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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CLOTHES CRAZY:
Fashion Fads Present Problem
For Confused Campus Coeds

Di ILY OFFICIRL BULLETIN

By MARYLIN KLAFER
"Who makes the rules of fash-
ion anyway?"
Many a disgusted coed has asked
the preceding question. as she
wriggled out of the print dress her
roommate had just pronounced out
of season. The question itself is
answered simply.
As might be suspected, the top
designers and fashion magazines
determine the current modes. Of
course, no criminal offense is com-
mitted in not abiding by their dic-
tates, but, in general, well-drerI ad
women follow the established basic
do's and don'ts of fashion.
UNDERLYING THE 'broad,
changing style trends are certain
fundamental questions which come
* League
Notes
Senior Society-There will be a
meeting of the society at 7:15 p.m.
today in the League. All members
are expected to attend, 'and the
room will be posted in the lobby of
the League.
Bridge Tournament-The week-
ly League bridge tournament will
be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the
League. The meeting is open to
the public.
Fortnite-A meeting of the cen-.
tral committee for Fortnite has
been scheduled for 4 p.m. Friday at
the League. All committee chair-
men are requested to attend.

up time and again in connection
with what may be worn and when.
Few women are properly in-
formed about the seasonal ele-
ment involved in selecting gar-
ments of certain fabrics. Forin-
stance, velvets, taffetas, satins
and suedes (excluding shoes) are
strictly fall-into-winter mate-
rials.
The wearing of dark cottons
during the winter months presents
another problem. According .to
fashion experts, cottons, dark or
light, are winter wearables only in
the balmy South.
WOMEN who intend to invest
in a print dress should consider the
brevity of the season for light
prints, which lasts from late spring
to the end of summer. A dark
print, however, may be worn all
through the year.
Controversy frequently arises
over the color, navy blue. Many
women have the mistaken no-
tion that navy clothes may only
be worn during the cold months
of the year. Fashion authorities
say that the color may be worn
throughout the entire year.
Also a problem color, if it may
be technically termed a color, is
white. White dresses and skirts
are considered right for wear solely
in the "good old summer time,"
while white coats and gloves are
very "right" and popular in all
seasons.
How dressy are dressy flats?
Since shoe designers first began to
dress up the flat shoe, women have
been dubious as to their proper
place in the wardrobe. Current
trends put both dressy heels and
flats in the same category.

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Board: 4:15 p.m., Rm. 3A, Union.
Visitors welcome.
International Center Weekly
Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., for all Foreign
Students and American Friends.
Students and Faculty Members,

Rm. D, Haven Hall. All Pre-Law
students invited.

Michigan Singers:
Broadcasting Studios~
Administration Bldg., 3

Rehearsal,
5th floor
p.m.

Coming Events
Visitors' Night, Department of

games, refreshments; everyone in-
vited; small admission charge.
Lutheran Student Association:
Hay-Ride, 8 p.m., Fri., Oct. 14.
Meet promptly at 8:00 at the Stu-
dent Center, 1304 Hill Street.
SRA Intercultural Retreat will
be held this weekend, Oct. 15-16.
Group will leave Lane Hall at 5
on Saturday. Reservations should
be in by 6 on Friday.
Hoe Down: Square Dancing, Fri-
day evening, 8 p.m., recreation
hall, Presbyterian Church.

interested in forming a campus Astronomy: Fri., Oct. 14, Angell
pacifist fellowship are invited to Hall. Dr. Freeman D. Miller will
an organizational meeting, 3 p.m., give an illustrated talk at 7:45
Meditation Room, Lane Hall. m p.m.,,in 3017 Angell Hall entitled
dit R mL Ha "How Many Stars"? Following the
talk the student observatory, fifth

-Daily-Herb Harrington
DANNY KAYE SHOW-Pictured above getting a preview of the "Danny Kaye and His All Star Com-
edy Revue" are show committee members. Left to right is Jean Russ, publicity; Jean Marson, secre-
tary; Mary Nell Walker, chairman; Diane Faulk, assistant and Tracy Redfield, ushers. The show,
sponsored by Panhel, will be given Tuesday at Hill Auditorium with performances at 7 and 9:30 p.m.
Tickets may still be obtained at the box office at Hill Auditorium during the day. The show will
include Danny Kaye, Skitch Henderson, the Page Cavanaugh Trio and the Dorothy Dorben Danc-
ers. Benefits from the show will go to the University of Michigan Fresh Air Camp.
* * * *

Graduate School Record Con-I
certs: Every Thursday, 7:45 p.m.,
East Lounge, Rackham Bldg. Pro-
gram tonight: PURCELL: The
Golden Sonata, Menges, violin,
Primrose, violin, Gauntlett, viola
da Gamba, Ticehurst, harpsi-
chord; MOZART: Quintet for
Ciarinet and Strings in A, K581,
Kell and Philharmonia Quartet;
BEETHOVEN: Quartet No. 7 in F,
Op. 59, No. 1, Busch Quartet. All
graduate students invited; silence
requested.
Michigan Crib,aPre-Law Socie-
ty: Organizational meeting and
election of officers, 7:30 p.m.,
Swim Cosmetics
Swim time is also the time for a
change in cosmetics if women
would be as healthy looking in the
water as out.
Cream rouges and liquid pow-
ders are a necessity. Most mas-
caras will depart in the water, so
the swimmer who would use it at
all should use an eyelash tint be-
fore going in the sun. Lipstick too
is essential in the water for
screening off the harmful rays of
the sun and preventing parching.'

floor, Angell Hall, will be open un-
til 10 p.m. for observations of
Jupiter and double stars provided
the sky is clear. Children must be
accompanied by adults.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., Fri., League Cafeteria. All
students and faculty members in-
vited.
Geological-Mineralogical Joamr-
nal Club: First meeting, 3055 N.S.,
Fri., Oc 14. Dr. John Clark will
speak on "The Geology of Part of
Central Asia."
Friday Frolic: Friday, 8-12 p.m.,
Women's Athletic Building; danc-
ing, bowling, ping pong, card
[WAA Notices]
Field Hockey Club-Regardless
of rain, members will meet at 5
p.m. today at the WAB.
Lacrosse Club - The regular
meeting time of the club will be
at 4:10 p.m. on Fridays, starting
tomorrow, in the WAB.

Tickets for Kaye Program
Show Rapid Sale Increase

"Tickets are going at a tremen-
dous pace for the Danny Kaye per-
formance," said Jean Russ, pub-
licity amanager for the Panhel
sponsored show Tuesday.
There are some $2.40 and $1.20
tickets left, but the $1.80 ones are
sold out for both shows.
IAIL ORDERS and checks

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EXAMPLES OF THE VARIETY AVAILABLE ON
C u I
SERIOUS MUSIC:

made payable to the Panhellenic
Association may be sent to their
office in the Michigan League ac-
companied by a self-addressed en-
velope and a note saying where
seats are desired.
Tickets may also be purchased
directly at the Hill Auditorium
box office, which is open from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Along with acting as a foil to
Danny Kaye, Skitch Henderson
will play many of his hit recording
releases in the show, including
"Cynthia's In Love" and "Five
Minutes More."
* * * -
THE DOROTHY Dorben Dan-
cers from Chez Paree in Chicago
will open the Revue with -the spir-
ited "Football Frolic," complete
with cheer leaders and fans.
Page Cavanaugh and his trio
will round out the program with
some of his well known piano
stylings in popular music.
Benefits from this show will be
given to the Fresh Air Camp and
are to be used towards the build-
ing of a new beach house both for
the summer campers and for stu-
dent recreation.
LATE PERMISSION will be
granted to those coeds who are at-
tending the late show Tuesday by
the Dean of Women.

Ball Chairman
Told by Panhel
Chairmenships for Panhellenic
Ball have been announced by
Betty Jo Faulk, president of the
Panhellenic board.
Positions awarded are Mary Lou
Asplin, Pi Beta Phi, general chair-
man; Beverly Dunn, Delta Zeta,
assistant; Tulane Itkoff, Sigma
Delta Tau, publicity and Renee
Pregelman, Alpha Epsilon Phi, as-
sistant and decorations, to be
filled.
The list continues with Marilyn
Buell, Delta Gamma, assistant;
Margaret Kenedy, Alpha Phi, pro-
grams; Nan Byrnes, Delta Delta
Delta, refreshments; Doris Buser,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, tickets;
Margaret Strand, Chi Omega,
patrons and Betty Bridges, Kappa
Alpha Theta, building and
grounds.
Phyllis Bchnsack, Delta Delta
Delta, has been appointed first
vice-president of Panhellenic, and
Lois Kennedy has been named as
the Panhel chairman for the Fac-
ulty Teas.
Coat Fashions
Warmrbut not bulky coats are
this year's latest in the fashion
world. These light weight gar-
ments can be worn belted or loose
without hindering the lines of the
coat.

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La Boheme (Puccini)

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