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The Daily Classifieds

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No Job too large or small.
Programs -- Tickets
Stationery - Announcement
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

King Cole Trio To Highlight
Informal Dance Tomorrow

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As a result of the campus-wide
demand for more danceable music,
the central committee of "King
Cole's Court" contracted Charlie
Fisk and his orchestra for the in-
formal dance.
The committee feels that Fisk's
arrangements will offer more of
a contrast to the King Cole Trio
and will provide the dancers a
variety of dance music. Fisk and
the Trio will alternate dance sets
during the evening.
The last of the tickets for
the "Court," to be presented
Informal Rush
Be gins Today
Opening teas for informal rush-
ing will be held by eight sorori-
ties from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the
respective houses.
All coeds who have signed up for
rushing and -did not receive a
sheet of Informal Rushing RuleE,
are urged to pick them up today in
the Undergraduate Office in the
League before they attend the
open houses. The teas will be
strictly informal, and coeds may
attend in low heels and skirts and
Rules for informal rushing in-
clude that a rushee may not stay
more than two hours at any house
function she is invited to attend.
A house may ask a rushee tc
pledge after she has attended
three functions at that house. If
she is interested in another house,
however, she does not have to ac-
cept the bid at this time, but ma3
withhold her answer until she de-
cides on any other bid she may re.
If the rushee - accepts the bid, e
member of that house will take
her to the Undergraduate Office
in the League. There her pledg(
will be registered. Rushing wile
continue until Oct. 28 when a1-
bids will be due. Pledging will be

from 8:30 p.m. to midnight to-j
morrow in the Intramural
Building, will be on sale today at
booths in the Engine Arch and
on the Diag. Tau Beta Pi and
the Engineering Council are
jointly sponsoring the all-cam-
pus dance.
The King Cole Trio will per-
form on a specially constructed
bandstand jutting out on the floor
so they will be visible to more of
the dancers. The entire bandstand
will be decorated with crowns, de-
signed by students from the school
of Architecture, against a velvet
backdrop bearing a three-dimen-
sional pipe, bowl and fiddle.
The Trio, composed of Nat
Cole, "Crown Prince of Swing,"
on vocals and piano; Oscar
Moore, guitarist; and Johnny
Miller, bassist, will come to Ann
Arbor from their concert en-
gagement at the Civic Opera
House in Chicago.
The appearance at "King Cole's
Court" will be one of Oscar
Moore's last with the Trio. Moore
is leaving the group after they
celebrate their tenth anniversary
together at the end of the month
in New York.
"Court"decorations will help
create a regal atmosphere for the
informal affair. Refreshments will
be served at booths
WAA Noticesj
The WAA Hockey Club will be-
in Team Tournaments at 5 p.m.
'oday at the WAB.
Members of teams will play
Tuesday and Thursday of each
week during the season. Women
xishing to join a team may call
Harriet Fenske at 2-4514.
The WAA Golf Club will hold a
putting and approaching contest
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. today at the
WAB. In case of rain the contest


HE FEMALE ROBIN HOODS who can be seen swishing their way
across campus with their hoods up and their coats trailing behind
them like well-filled balloon sails, are strictly fair game for each
and every monstrosity turned out by some of the more depraved
fashion designers, as far as most of the men on campus are
The possibility of the flare-back coat ever being accepted by
the male on campus is practically nil. He doesn't like it, and as far
as can be predicted he never will like it.
This answer to a designer's prayer for getting rid of excess ma-
terial, is meeting with wide disapproval, some of which is even being
voiced by the women who are wearing them.
THE MOST COMMON GRIPES are that the coat just isn't practical.
and that it dresses up a woman about as much as would a mattress
cover worn in a similar manner.
Complaints from the women have to do with tripping, getting
the coat caught in the wearer's loafers, getting it wet when stepping
off a curb on a rainy day, or taking off for a short flight during a
wind storm.
From the men there come numerous protests. For example,
in the theatre if a young lady wants to remove her coat, her
escort is faced with the embarrassment of cutting off the view of
at least 40 people immediately around them while she removes
the coat. If she takes it off before she enters, her bewildered
companion is obliged to carry it.
Of course, these are only the smaller protests against the coat
from the men. The biggest complaint seems to be that the flare-
back coat makes a woman look like a walking teepee, the variety
of which even a squaw wouldn't be proud. There is nothing dressy
or smart about the coat. Its length is far below that which is com-
monly approved.
THE HOOD, which has received less comment, possibly because it is
worn less frequently, appears to be an attempt at giving women


FALL STYLES-Members of the Wives of Student Veterans' Club
model fashions at the style show presented last Tuesday at the
University Center. They are Mrs. Julian 0. Cumberland (left)
in a glen plaid suit with brown accessories; Mrs. Thomas V.
Jardine (center) modeling a black satin dress with rhinestone
clips and bracelet; and Mrs. Richard Leithauser (right) wearing
a caramel-colored hat and coat of corduroy.

Dean Urges Women

To Complete

HousingPlans for Spring Semester_

Spring housing accomodations
for all women students on campus
shoild be completed as soon as
possible, according to a statement
made by the Office of the Dean
of Women.
Women students now living in
League houses who wish to remain
in the same house may ask house-
mothers for spring contracts at
any time. These students have
priority until Nov. 1. On and af-
ter that date coeds wishing to
move to other League houses will
be referred to vacancies after they
have applied at the Office of the
Dean of Women. They cannot
apply directly to housemothers.
Those applicants now on camp-

us will be referred to all vacancies
until Nov. 15. Beginning then,
women students entering the Uni-
versity for the first time will be
referred to any vacancies.
The only applications taken for
dormitory rooms for the spring
semester will be from first semest-
er freshmen entering the Univer-
sity in the spring. Women ad-
mitted at that time with advanc-
ed standing, as graduates, or as
special students will be referred
to League houses, supplementary
graduate houses and Willow Run.
Women students now living in
dormitories are reminded that
their present contracts extend
Through the spring semester.

that Dennis Dimwit look. In this

it has succeeded.

held the following day.

. will be postponed until Tuesday.

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ATTENTION -" Social Chairmen!
China-- Glass -- Leather - Precious Metals. Phone for an
Qj appointment to see them at your convenience in your own
chapter house. One month for production and delivery -
o please!
Phone 9533 Tom and Meredith Suckling
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Local Group Plans
Coming Affiliation
With Panhellenic
Another sorority will be added
to the University campus during
the spring semester, when the
local chapter Alpha Eta is initiat-
ed by the national sorority, Delta
Plans for this new sorority,
which will continue to be an as-
sociate member of Panhellenic at
the University until a vote is taken
next Spring making it a full mem-
ber were made during the summer
with the purchase of the honie and
grounds at 1824 Geddes overlook-
ing the Arboretum.
During the current semester the
house is being occupied by grad-
uate students. Renovation and
redecoration will be completed
for the opening of the second
semester; when the members of
Alpha Eta of Delta Zeta will move
in their new home.
Women interested in acting
as hostesses for the men's danc-
ing classes are asked to attend
a mass meeting to be held at
5 p.m. today in the League
Ballroom. Registration for the
classes may be made from 2
to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the

Office and Portable Models
of all makes
0. D. 111011RILL
3 14 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Acceptedj
"Home of 3-Hour
Odorless Dry Cleaning"
630 South Ashley
Phone 4700

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$7 50

In Black or Brown Suede
The Rogue"-another new wedge-heel pattern
in suede ... $8.50
Black - Brown - Green - Burgundy
Also Silver Kid (sizes to 10)... $10.00


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Side swept intrigue and a squared-off
toe make this free-feeling shoe a

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Collins for style,
for beauty .. .
for less .. .
BE SURE to pre-
view Henry Rosenfeld's
Smart Fashions in our
current window display

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"Debutantes, matrons and
career girls alike go for
Smart, inexpensive
Henry Rosenfeld has adapted
his new creations to the new
trends skillfully, carefully
and dramatically. Read all
about this famous designer
and his flattering fashions in
this month's American, then
come in to the Collins Shoppe
and see his begiling clothes
for yourself.
10.95 to 17.95

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