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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Assembly, Panhel To Honor'
SpeechDepartment at Tea

Students and faculty of the
speech department will be honor-
ed from 4 to 5 p.m. today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League
at the second Student-Faculty
Hour of the semester.
Panhel and Assembly, co-spon-
sors of the get-togethers have ex-
tended an invitation to all stu-
dents taking speech courses who
are interested in meeting mem-
HAIRCUTTING FOR WOMEN
The latest styles styled by exper-
ienced haircutters. No appoint-
ments - no waiting.
THEL ASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty near State

bers of the department informal-
ly.
A variety of recreational facili-
ties will be provided including card
playing, ping pong and dancing.
Refreshments will be served.
According to the combined com-
mittee, the speech department,
which was also honored at a Stu-
dent-Faculty Hour last year was
invited back because "they were
so much fun."
Coeds who will serve as hostesses
this afternoon are: Judy Sinclair,
Natalie Spieker, Ruth Ohsie, Don-
na Billington, Brooke Welde, Lil-
lian Cohen, Mickey Sager, Suzanne
Sears, Myra Moorehouse and Ce-
cily Wade.

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New Fashions
Will Feature
Furs, Velvets
By MARILYN KLAFER
Winter fashions, reminiscent of1
the twenties and the day of the
"flapper" are accenting accessories
of velvet and fur.
Inky black velvet touches pro--
vide startling contrasts to the pale,
filmy apparel which is being fea-
tured for dress wear. A great
abundance of separate velvet arti-
cles which offer endless possibili-
ties for combination are now avail-
able.
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CLEVER combinations of such
matching articles add sparkle to
the new and old outfits in any
wardrobe.
Velvet accessories are also im-
portant additions to the more,
casual dresses, suits and blouses,1
especially those which have vel-
veteen trim in the form of col-
lars, cuffs or both.-
The warmth and color which fur
accessories lend are fully high-
lighted against the bareness and
simplicity of many of the new
fashions.1
FOR FORMAL wear delicate
neckpieces in a variety of furs are
being shown. Some of the neck-
lets are plain, others have strands
of pearls of rhinestones circling
them for added brilliance.
Wide selections of accessories
to enhance coats trimmed in
leopard, ermine, beaver and
other furs are being featured
this year. Matching muffs are
coming back into style and the
newest are equipped with hand-
bag compartments inside.
Other effects which will accen-
tuate the trim on a coat with most
favorable results are head-hug-
ging cloches and skull caps. Fur
scarves, too, are attractive decora-
tions which add life to uninter-
esting looking topclothes.
For informal wear, fur pieces
are also playing a major role in
this winter's wardrobe. Fur ascots
and belts are popularly worn with
casual wool dresses and skirt and
sweater or blouse combinations.
New fur pins which may be worn
in many ways, to fasten a scarf or
ascot at the neck or to brighten
a plain looking outfit are now on
the market. They are made up of
ermine tails.
Grad Students
To Hold Mixer
FeaturingMovie
The third graduate mixer of this
year, called the "Turkey Trot,"
will be held from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow in the Rackham
Ballroom.
There will be dancing, bridge,
and canasta. For added entertain-
ment, the movie "Music in Amer-
ica," the history of American mu-
sic, mostly jazz, will be shown. The
movie will feature such famous
personalities as George Gershwin,
Benny Goodman, Serge Kousse-
vitsky, Mischa Elman, and Mar-
ian Anderson.
Students of graduate standing
from all schools are invited to at-
tend. Refreshments will be served.
There will be a twenty-five cent
admission charge.
GO HOME FOR

THANKSGIVING!
IT'S
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-Time for /
EXTRA COMFORT
EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY
EXTRA CONVENIENCE
byGREYHOUND
" Take your Thanksgiving trip
by Greyhound! Attend a family
reunion. Go home from college.
Take in a Turkey Day football
game. It's Take-a-Trip Time to
enjoy travel by Greyhound over
time-saving routes, the conven-
ience of frequent schedules, and
SuperCoach warmth. And-you
always take a saving when you
take a Greyhound.
EXTRA SAYINGS, TOOV

Wives Organize Book Club ,

Great Books Club of Willow Vil-
lage will hold an organizational
meeting tonight at the home of
Mrs. David Delzell, 1103 Goshen.
Under the co-sponsorship of
Mrs. Delzell and the Rev. J. Edgar
Edwards, the club is being organ-
ized for those who are interested
in studying the masterpieces of
writing.
Great literary works will be read
and discussed and will be com-
WAA Notices
Tennis Club-Members of the
Tennis Club will hold their last
meeting of the season at 5 p.m.
today in the WAB lounge.
The club will not dress for play-
ing as movies will be shown. They
will be "Fundamentals of Tennis"
with Don Budge and "Tennis Rhy-
thm" with Bobby Riggs.
* * .,
Hockey Club-The club will hold
its final meeting at 4 p.m. today
on Palmer Field.
There will be a party, and a
game will be played with Univer-
sity High School, weather permit-
ting.

pared with one another in style
and form. The events leading to
the writing of the piece will also
be considered.
At this first meeting the group
will read the Declaration of In-
dependence; Kings I, chapter 21;
Samuel II, chapters 11 and 12. At
subsequent meetings they will read
other chapters from the Bible and
such masters as Plato and Aris-
totle.
Future meetings will be held at
the University Community Center.
All those who are interested are
invited to attend this meeting. For
information call, Mrs. Delzell at
Ypsilanti 4465-W2.

Office and Portable Mod
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CHRISTMAS CARDS
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G. I. Requisitions Accepted

Perfume Flasks
Recent discovery of a
American perfume flask pr
the theory that not all un
and beautiful containers are f
in Europe and the Orient.

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RAYON CREPE GOWNS
Orig. 8.95, now............$5.00
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RAYON KNIT PANTIES
Orig. 1.25, now ..............79c
Nu-Eve and Luxite; sizes 4 to 7.
RAYON CREPE PAJAMAS
Orig. 8.95, now ............ $5.00
Tailored; sizes 32 to 40. Some satins.

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ANDREA CHENIER: La Mamma Morte (Giordano)
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NEW FALL SHOES in the styles you've wanted . . . now at a
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Budget Dresses
A great selection of taffetas, corduroys,
wool tweeds, gabardines, faille and
matelasse dresses in black, red, green,
blue, beige or grey.

Sportswear

JACKETS

orig.

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RAI NCOATS
orig. 19.95... .. .

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$7
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Orig. 12.95

WOOL
orig.

JUMPERS
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