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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1948'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Heart Bid Ball To Be Held by fssembly Saturd(

ay fpril, 1?

Suitable Clothes Prescribed
For Afternoon Walks in Arb

As every young lady wants to be
properly attired for any occasion,
the Michigan coed's wardrobe is
not complete without clothes for
Sunday afternoon walks in the
Arb.
In most fashion discussions, one
starts with the hat and works
down, but for the Arb, the order is
reversed. At this time of year
boots are a necessity: first for
fording the stream at the en-
trance, and second to keep from
succumbing to the slushes of snow
r and mud.
As the basis of attire, the coed
uses a pair of sturdy levis adorned

with an attractive but functional
belt. She wears a long-sleeved cot-
ton shirt to be tucked in tidily or
:et fly in the wind. Because of the
March winds, she tops off her out-
fit with a raincoat or wool shirt.
Few accessories are necessary,
and she will enjoy the outdoors
pore if she leavesher bandanna at
tome and lets her hair fly. With
he proper attire, the coed is ready
o cope with the elements and en-
joy the spring season.
Hang nylon things carefully to
3revent wrinkles, and you really
won't need to iron them.

Ted Weems To Be Featured;
Ticket Sales Begin Tomorrow
Heart Bid, the 1948 version of the annual Assembly Ball, will be
presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, April 17 in the Intramural
Building with music for dancing by Ted Weems and his orchestra.
The decorations will carry out the theme of playing cards. There
will be booths for every independent house and near each booth will
be a knave holding a scroll on which will be written the names of the
women attending the dance from that house and their dates.
There will be an honor booth, the Queen of Hearts, which
will be for both the league house and the dorm having the greatest
proportion of women at the dance.
The color scheme of red and black will be carried out' and the
dance programs will feature scor-
ing pads. There will be a false
ceiling with a unique centerpiece. earls Popular
Ticket sales will begin tomor- Pearls are no longer just worn
for independent women. Tick- with sweaters and evening dresses,
ets will be sold from 2 to 5 p.m., but now mean co-ordination be-

By MARILYN JONES use one of the bright colored silk
A small, well - put - together scarfs that are so popular.
wardrobe is often the most suc- The hat chosen can make a big
cessful. difference in the effect, depending
A women can go almost any- on the occasion; a beret for the
e tailored look and a fussy hat with
where with one suit, one coat andflowers or veil for a more dressy
one dress, which leaves plenty of look.
money for the connecting links;:s
the perky hat, the feminine blouse. Suits Should last
the flattering jewelry, the fresh' But when buying this suit it
flower or even a ribbon that can must be remembered that it should
bring about a noticeable change. have a lasting quality. Its easy
Blouses Add Color straight skirt. sleeve-lenth jacket
The suit, if it is a multi-color and slightly padded shoulders can
tweed, can be an inspiration for a be worn bosh this year and next.
number of changes. A variety of ;When choosing a coat, a woman
different styles and colors of should think of the rest of her
blouses can be worn for an effect- wardrobe before making the final
ive change. In place of a blouse decision, in order that the coat
can be used to its best advantage.
Bright Coats Are Popular
Engineer preference tickets Coats this year are being shown
for Slide Rule Ball will be sold in bright shades such as lipstick
beginning today at the West I red, royalblue and kelly green.
Engineering Arch and in the Women who have never owneda
lobby of the East Engineering bright coat have missed one of the
Building.gayest and most versatile fashions
in the world. The hem length,

slightly flaring silhouette is the
style most adaptable to the aver-
age woman.
The dress is one that would suit
a hundred women, but becomes a
personal fashion with your own
magic touch. Always simple in
line, this spring it will have a cer-
tain fullness or flare or may fol-
low the princess silhouette.
For accessories, pearls or multi-
color beads will circle the neck as

chokers, or drop to the waist in
long strands. Flowers in two or
three colors can be tucked into the
neckline or belt. A length of rib-
bon may be worn as a sash or tie
through the pearls to add a touch
of color. Gloves may be long or
short and hats large or small.
For a fresh spring lok, add
organdy or eyelet collars and
cuffs to your basic suits.

Basic Spring Wardrobe Contains Versatile Suit, Coat

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Choose
IMPORTED GIFTS
for EASTER

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SIMPL 1LINts appeal to Mary
June, so she has chosen this
ice-green tissue crepe. This
graceful gown from our mod-
erately priced fashion features
is distinguished by side inter-
est and flowing wing sleeves.
For only $18.95, you too,
can have this style sensation
in blue, green or a print to
sport during the Spring round
of gaiety.
Our shop is full of.count-
less other Easter hits for you.
See them today!

daily in the League and in Uni-
versity Hall and by representa-
tives in the dorms.
Women who head the dance
committees are Nadine Literaty,
general chairman; Joan Sheppard,
finance; Arlette Harbor, tickets;
Peggy Pell, tickets assistant; Mar-
garet O'Leary, building and
grounds; Bobbie Strunsky, decora-
tions; Sheila Millman, decorations
assistant; Mary Jo Wilson, pa-
trons; Arlene Brice, programs;
Bette Hamilton, publicity; and
Louise Konig, publicity assistant.
Coeds attending the dance will
receive 1:30 a.m. late permission.
New Hair Styles
Feature Short,
Neat Tresses
Along with the "Gibson Girl,"
the "new look" beauty marks, pet-
ticoats and spring, comes the
"sculptured look," the newest in
hair styles.
This look emphasizes the short
and neat. Coeds can no longer
get by with those waving tresses
resembling a shaggy sheep dog.
The thing to do now is to.get out
those scissors and cut, cut, cut.
Here's a warning though, be sure
not to go beserck, but keep it trim
while trimming.
If you still don't have a clear
picture of what is meant and want
proof positive, just rummage
through mother's picture album,
or those 1918 snaps. Hair has to
be bobbed!
Just an added tip. With this
versatile type of hair-do, you can
really satisfy that longing for
golden earrings, and they'll show,
too.

tween all the new spring and sum-
mer fashions and accessories. So
bring in the spring with a string
of pearls and use them all the year
round.

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INDIA ART SHOP
330 Maynard Street

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Far left: NANCY BENSON in a
little-waisted dressmaker suit of
pink, aquamist or grey wool flannel.
Misses' sizes, 65.00.
Lefl: PAT HtLENSLEE in pique-
frosted navy wool crepe. Long-line
jacket and softly full skirt. Misses'
sizes, 65.00.
Below: LOU DICKNSON in classic
wool gabardine with a quartette of
pockets on the easy-fitting jacket.
Cherry, chamois or butterscotch.
Misses' sizes, 65.00.

--Daily Photo by Lipsey
MARY JUNE SIMPSON
Dayton, Ohio
E_ Xappa Kappa Gamma

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