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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948

T MTCTIGANT AILY

PAGE VIVID

Coeds Selected
For Soph Cabaret
Annual Affair To Be Held Dec. 10, 1 1;
Committee Meetings Begin Next Week

According to Ethel Morris, gen-
eral chairman, members have been
selected, on the basis of eligibility
and preference for committees on
the 1948 Soph Cabaret, to be held
Dec. 10 and 11.
Women on the eligibility com-
mittee are Lois Bamborough, Pat
Cotter, Pat Crotty, Dorothy Feir
and Ruth Mary Nelson. The first
meeting will be at 4 p.m. today in
the League.
Decorations will be planned by
Joyce Andrews, Susan Baker,
Nancy Joan Clark, Phyllis Dickie,
Mary Dooge, Jose Engel, Merilyn
Granger, Lita Hagen, Joyce Marie
Hale, Jane Hendrie and Charlene
Hilt.
*, * *
OTHERS include Beltina Hoff-
man, Ruth Kahn, Ileana Lindh,
Nancy MacKay, Nancy Jane Mar-
in, Gerry Morse, Florence Mor-
row, Catherine Murtha, Anne Mc-
Coll, Mary Lou Porter and Martha
Rennie.
The list concludes with Carol
Schumacher; Ida Semerijan,
Barbara Anne Smith, Doris
Stoll, Ethel Varga, Marnie Wat-
son, Caroline Weber and Car-
olyn Wilcox.
The makeup committee consists
of Nancy Coleman, Lois Cronk-
wright, Nancy Cutting, Edythe
Goldman, Mary Goodyear, Mary
Helen King, Ruth Matterson, Mar-
ilyn Reed, Pamela Wagner, Jane
Dieterle, Nancy Sommers, Nancy
Rand, Phyllis Fraser and Wilma
Wallace.
* * *
WORKING ON THE stage crew
will be Joan Badgley, Phyllis Bliss,

Eleanor
Decker;,
Hodges,
Kruger,
Strauss

Boja, Sally Dalton,
Margery Fisher,
Margaret Kennedy,
Virginia Stoddard,
and Dorothea Wulz.

Jean
Polly
Judy
Sally

In charge of special booths
will be Sally Alber, RuthBjerre-
gaard, Marilyn Coe, Nancy Eg-
gleston, Janice Ellinghausen,
Joan Ely, Ann Grainger, Helen
Hager and Judy Harger.
Completing the list are Bette
Krickstein, Val Lemper, Sally
McBride, Sarah McHale, Sue Rod-
gers, Rita Sachs, LaVerne Schmit-
kons and Jean Schroeder. This
committee will meet at 5 p.m.
Monday in the League.
* * *
WOMEN ON the finance com-
mittee include Alice Coburn, Pat
Day, Janet Dewey, Marjorie Fish-
er, Marilyn Granger, Barbara, Hall,
Mary Lou Hook, Fumiko Ikemori,
Marjorie Ingram and, Arlene Jew-
ell.
Others are Judy Johannsen,
Yvonne Johnson, Louise Keller,
Shila McComb, Loretta Meggs,
Florence Morrow, Caroline Nel-
son, Joyce Neumeier, Anne
O'Connor, Ginny Stoddard, Sally
Strauss and Betty Tornquist,
The hostess committee consists
of Carolyn Black, Joyce Clark,
Ann Cudney, Ann Flitcraft, Eve
Havas, Vera Hosley, Patricia Kly,
Dorothy Khoury, Alice Proctor,
Joyce Robichand, Mary Schuma-
cher, Jeanne Segerstrom, Turry
Welden and Valerie Polk.
* * * *
ASSISTING THE patrons chair-
man will be Sue Hughes, Betty
(Continued on Page 8)

Oth. .JoU3 1
By MARJE SCHMIDT AND SYLVIA FOLZ
The fervor of the sports world will keep parties in Ann Arbor
town to a minimum this weekend as students travel to Lafayette to
watch our own Wolverines tangle with Purdue or to Cleveland to
take in a game or two of the World Series.
The Theta Delta Chis have planned a listening party with a
new angle for tomorrow afternoon. Members and dates will move
en masse to picnic grounds toting their portables behind them.
Coed football and baseball games will be in session on the
ground while games of the same name, but of different quality,
will come over the air. Survivors are invited to attend a record dance
that evening at the house.
* *~ * *
THE DELTS WILL ALSO HOLD a listening party tomorrow for
football fans who couldn't make the trip to Purdue. Between dances
wild cheers will be raised in hopes that the team may hear them
and be spurred on to victory. All this plus a buffet supper and more
dancing until midnight will round out the day.
Members of Delta Zeta will celebrate their annual State Day
tomorrow. Members of the Michigan State and Albion chapters
will storm the house early in the morning. During the day national
officers will give pep talks and, those present will swap chapter
news.
The gals' dates are invited to join in celebration that evening
at a record party. Fall leaves and flowers will decorate the rooms,
helping to produce a snappy seasonal setting. Intermission entertain-
ment will take the form of a skit, reenacting past events in the
Michigan chapter.
MEANWHILE, the popularity of listening parties extends to the
Delta Sigma house. The men have invited all other dent students
and women hygienists to join them shortly before game time.
The "U" Fresh Air Camp, will be invaded by students for the
first time this semester when two independent houses entertain
their dates at picnics this week-end.
Residents of Hayden House and their guests will leave by bus
at 6:30 today. Main Lodge will be blanketed by firelight for
dancing later in the evening.
Busses will pick up about 45 couples from Tyler House at 5 p.m.
tomorrow for their out-door fest at the camp. Sport events and danc-
ing will follow a supper of hot dogs and all the trimmings.
* * * *
THE THETA XIS and their dates will be roughing it also when
they don their oldest clothes tomorrow evening and search for buried
treasures.
The hunt will take them to every part of Ann Arbor as the
scavengers unearth clues near well-known landmarks. Prizes
will greet some, and refreshments all, when the adventurers finally
drag themselves back tothe house.
To introduce their new house-mother, the AD Pi's will hold a
team from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. In an effort to acclimate Mrs. Ufer to
campus life, other sorority house-mothers and several deans have

Newer Styles Increase Value
Of Proper Hosiery Selections

By MARYLIN PRAFER
Hosiery selection has jecome
more implortant than every with
the advent of new styles.
As dresses inchedcloser to the
ankle, women had to make the
most of that small area of the leg
still in view. At this point, smart
women realized the value of choos-
ing stockings which would lend
the utmost flattery to them and
to their costumes.
However, there is more to buy-
ing hosiery than meets the sur-
veyance of the admiring male eye.
THE SHADE OF a woman's
skin and the sheerness of a stock-
ing are of prime importance. A
shade of hosiery should always be
sampled against the skin of the
hand to insure a becoming choice.
A sheer 15 denier nylon in a
dark shade will appear as a faint
tint on the leg, while a 30 denier
nylon in the same shade will
have approximately the same
deep tone it had in the box when
it is worn.

darker on the leg than those of a
higher gauge and are usually less
flattering.
HEAVY LEGS seem slimmer in
dark, sheer, seamed hose. Thinlegs
appear more shapely in seamless
stockings in light or neutral
shades.
Special hosiery has been de-
signed to be worn with the bar-
est of evening sandles. These
stockings are marked only with
a narrow seam line and look like
a faint film on the leg. An even
barer seam-free version of this
stocking is also available.
This fall emphasis is being
placed on stocking shades, with a
wonderful variety offered to
choose from. Deep browns, blacks
and dark blues are still very popu-
lar.
Bright new shades in honey,
blackberry, redwood, green and
rose tones are also featured.
Women have a great opportunity
to experiment with new and abun-

Daily-Heggem
MAN'S GAME?-Coeds engage in rugged game of Lacrosse, recent
addition to list of clubs sponsored by WAA. Brave members, nearly
all novices, are coached by experienced Priscilla Ball, student
manager. Those pictured are Janet Dewey, Marilyn Sheldon, Marge
Ingram and Betsy Bousfield.
Television Added to Casbah

Lower guage stockings appear dant hosiery colors.

"Small parties, large parties and
even lonely little couples will en-
joy the informal atmosphere of
the Campus Casbah, which begins
its third successful weekend from
9 to 12 p.m. today and tomorrow in
the Michigan League," predicts
Jackie Reid, Casbah chairman.
"Those who choose the Casbah
for their weekend festivities will
find not only dancing pleasure, but
also listening and seeing pleasure

before the League's new television
set," she continued.
Installed in the Grand Rapids
Room, the television set will be
open to all Casbah goers who care
to use it.
Art Starr's sextet will be the
musicmakers in their informal
style, and will welcome personal
requests.
WJR songstress Renee Peters
will complement the outfit with
her "sultry to sweet" renditions.

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