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TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

League Calls
For Dance
Class Aids
A mass meeting for all coeds in-
terested in serving as assistant
teachers and hostesses for the
men's social dancing classes will
be held at 5 p.m. Thursday in the
League Ballroom.
Details of the classes which will
begin next Monday will be ex-
plained by Sue Smith, dance
chairman. All coeds including
freshmen are eligible for this
League activity.
Sponsored by the League County
cil, the classes will be divided into
three groups: beginner's class
meeting at 7:30 p.m. every Mon-
day, intermediate class at 7 p.m.
every Tuesday and advanced class
at 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Class-
es will continue until May 4.
Registration for men will be
open from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday in the
League.

Radio Men Put
Thumbs Down
On 'New Look'
By LOUISE KONING
The common man and the un-
common man have both definitely
put thumbs down on long skirts
and full-blown coats.
Serving as jurors at the Cosmo-
politan magazine's male-tested
fashion show at the Stork Club,
such well-known radio men as
Peter Donald, Peter Roberts and
Ted Malone decided unanimously
that the American men and wom-
en who pay the bills want no part
of the "new look" in women's
fashions.
They were backed up by com-
ments and letters from dress man-
ufacturers and radio listeners. The
former are protesting that they
have found that retail outlets can-
not move the new look attire.
The four major complaints that
were given are: (1) the fashion
trend forces women to buy new
clothes, throwing budgets out of
line when the government is ask-
ing for conservation; (2) the long
skirts take too much material that
is needed for poverty-stricken Eu-
rope; (3) long skirts, along with
other style features age women
and (4) long skirts just cannot be
worn by women who are chasing
small children around.
One dissenting listener sums
the situation up by writing, "Who
on earth are the droopy dresses
for? A short person looks like a
gnome; a tall person looks like a
skyscraper; a fat person looks like
a tub; a thin person looks like a
beanpole."
There are the words; where are
the actions? We must remember
that women are women, and fash-
ions are fashions, and it seems
that right now fashions have the
women.

i iLeague, Soph Cabaret Petitionin
Will Be Explained to Freshmen

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The many opportunities in
League activities and Soph Cab-
aret positions for sophomore wom-
en will be explained at a mass
meeting for all second semester
freshmen to be held at 5 p.m.
Thursday in the Grand Rapids
room of the League.,
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Contvined from Page 4)
fered at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation. Beginners' classes will
be held every Mon. at 7:30 p.m.
and the intermediate group will be
taught every Wed. at 7:30 p.m. All
students are invited.
Motion Pictures: "The Electron-
ic Age in Music Teaching," a film
showing 1947 activities at the Na-
tional Music Camp, Interlochen,
auspices of the School of Music,
7:30 and 8:30 p.m., Wed., March
3, Rackham Amphitheatre.
U. of M. Rif' Club: There will
be a meeting on Wed., March 3,
7:15 p.m. in the ROTC rifle range.
All students interested in shooting
are invited.
Meeting of Sigma. Delta Chi:
Wed., March 3, 7:30 p.m., Michi-
gan Union. Discussion of the
chapter's radio project and other
important matters.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Busi-
ness mesting Wednesday noon in
Rm. 3055 N.S.
Social Seminar, auspices of the
University of Michigan Chapter,
American Society for Public Ad-
ministration; open to interested
persons. Address by Dean Paul H.
Appleby, Syracuse University,
Thurs., March 4, 8 p.m., West Con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg.

Betty Hahneman, President of
Judiciary Council and Barbara
Hitchcock, Interviewing Secretary,
will speak on the organization and
function of Judiciary and Inter-
viewing positions, for which fresh-
men may petition.
Soph Cabaret positions will be
described by Joyce Atchison,
general chairman of this year's
Cabaret; Gail Huntington,
floorshow chairman; Eva Galt,
script; Shirley Osgood, stage;
Eleanore Littlefield, music; Joan
Makielski, costumes and Eliza-
b2th Zauer, decorations.
The petitions, which may be ob-
tained in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League, are due at noon
Saturday, March 13 in this office.
Interviewing for petitioners will be
held from March 15 through 26.
Further information on
League and Cabaret activities
may be obtaired by consulting
the President's reports,
The League Interviewing Com-
Independent women may sign
up today through Thursday in
the League Undergraduate Of-
fice for committee work on As-
sembly Ball, to be presented
April 17. There will be oppor-
tunitiy for work on publicity,
decorations and tickets.

mittee will open two positions to
sophomores, acid the Judiciary
Council has five sophomore aid
positions. The Dance Class Com-
mittee has two positions for soph-
omore Dance Captains.
The following Soph Cabaret
positions are open: chairman,
assistant chairman, secretary,
treasurer and assistant treasur-
er. -
Other chairmanships for the
Cabaret are decorations and as-
sistant, hostesses, music, pro-
grams, publicity and assistant, re-
freshments, special booths and
tickets and assistant.
The list concludes with floor-
show committee positions of di-
rector, assistant director, costume
chairman and assistant, music and
assistant, make up, stage chair-
man and assistant, script and ush-
ering.

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PROM COMMITTEE-Members of the Soph Prom are (seated left to right) Marilyn Stone, Sally
Stevens, Don Hiles, Jo Bell and Ruth Campbell. Standing (left to right) are Jack Waters, Ed Dwor-
sky, Jim Smith and Sum Howard.

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By MARILYN JONES .
WOMEN HAVE revolted again !
This appears to be the only explanation for the sudden change
from conservative neutral shades of hosiery into a riot of color. It
seems that one way for women to overcome the boredom of wearing
the tried-and-true colors of hosiery offered during the war is to make
some kind of drastic change.
T HE NEW COLLECTION of revolutionary shades are in part named
after jewels, with each resembling its namesake in color. We find
in this category such shades as ruby, a deep wine shade; amethyst, a
deep purple; asteria, a silver blue and platinum, a dark gray.
In addition to the jewel tones there are four popular shades ro-
mantically named mistique, a hazy autumn taupe which harmonizes
with dark apparel; bronzeskin, a sophiticated brown for costumes in
brown, cocoa and coffee tones and black beauty, a dramatic off-black
for costumes in black, gray plum and mulberry. Another is gunmetal, a
misty gray-black that blends effectively with fall and winter shades,
THE NEW FAD was readily taken up by the younger set, while older
women and many style-conscious people are taking a longer time
to become converted. Many of those who do not really approve of the
new shades are buying them merely to be in style-another manifesta-
tion of the theory that the old "follow the leader" motto- still pre-
vails in the fashion world.
Many stores find it hard to keep the new shades in stock, while the
old conservative shades seem to be moving very slowly, merchandis-
ers report.
Dye manufacturers have fortunately come to the rescue of those
who do not wish to discard their old hosiery. A dye has been perfected
which proves very effective in transforming the old shades into beau-
tiful new colors.

Prom Tickets
General ticket sales for
"Soph Music Hall" will con-
tinue from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to-
day through Friday in the Uni-
versity Hall booth. The tradi-
tional semi-formal dance, fea-
turing Phil Levan; and 'his or-
chestra, will be presented fromi
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
Union Ballroom.

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Previews of Progress
Rose Bowl Movies

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Ooh, look at you, sporting ca prim
ribbon tie on your covered up pump!
A sophisticated Americana with hidder
comfort in the cushiony inner platform.

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