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f TUSDAY, OCTOBER 31, °195

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F VE

TtTESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950PAGE 1WE
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Fabric Choice
Will Highlight
Fall Wardrobe
Formal Occasions
Merit Popular Satins,
Silk Faille,_Brocades
Fashion designers this year have
been emphasizing the importance
of choosing appropriate and flat-
tering fabrics when selecting a
fall wardrobe.
Formal occasions, in particular,
offer an opportunity to dress up
in such fabrics as luxurious satins,
brocades, lace over satin and silk
faille.
These rich and unusual mater-
ials have been shown in dressy-
dress models featuring, among
other things, the contour belt, the
portrait collar and the trumpet
silhouette.
One designer, Samuel Zahn, has
used amethyst satin in a one-
piece dress with a skirt that flares
in back and is slim in front. A
V-shaped contour belt curves to
a point in back.
Creamy brown silk faille is the
material for a dress with a flat-
tering portrait collar of black silk
and jutting pockets that make the
hips look narrow. It was designed
by Janet Taylor.
The same designer has created
a dress of a new fabric with a
lustrous metallic sheen that does
not tarnish. It has a full skirt
with unpressed pleats in front and
back. Jeweled buttons fasten the
bodice.
Designer Margi Snyder features
a jacket dress of pewter-gray bro-
cade, suitable for many occasions.
It has cap-sleeves, and a low
round neck and is marked by its
graceful trumpet 'silhouette.
Ghosts Invade
MarthaCok
Martha Cook will be a spooky
house when the women residents
hold their Hallowe'en party at.
10:30 p.m. today.
An original ghost story told in
complete darkness, except for sev-
eral spotlighted scenes through-
out the story, will be the climax of
the evening's fun.
Refreshments will be served
during this break in the coed's
studies.
Besides the party, the Martha
Cook women will have special de-
corations for dinner to carry out
the Hallowe'en theme.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
English Journal Club: Meeting,
8 p.m., Wed., Nov. 1, East Con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg.
"Some Neglected Critical Meth-
ods," by Dr. D. R. Pearce. All
graduate students and others in-
terested are invited.
Residence Halls' Staff Institute:
Meeting, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Wed.,
Nov. 1, League.
Michigan Arts Chorale. Regular
rehearsal, Lane Hall, 7 p.m., Wed.,

Nov 1. All members must be pre-
sent
WAA Square and Folk Dance
Club: New meeting place, Water-
man Gymnasium, 7:30-9:45 p.m.,
Wed., Nov. 1.
Tau Beta Sigma. Meeting, Wed.,
Nov. 1, 4:15 p.m., Harris Hall.
Dr. Winifred Curtis of Tas-
mania, will present an illustrated
talk on the flora of Tasmania and
Australia, Thurs., Nov. 2, 4:10 p.-
m., 1139 Natural Science.

Camping Club
MeetsToday
Song Fests, Picnics,
Featured Activities
The WAA Camp Counselor's
Club provides a chance for inter-
ested coeds to meet and discuss
camp problems and programs.
Meetings are devoted to song
fests, handicraft, singing games,
rainy day projects, picnics and
other activities valuable to past
and future camp counselors.
CLUB PROGRAMS will also in-
clude outdoor trips, an overnight,
campfires, folk dances, and camp
techniques.
Silvercraft will be the topic of
discussion and experimentation
at the meeting at 7:30 p.m. to-
day at Barbour Gym.
Mrs. Robert P. Dixon, an ex-
perienced Ann Arbor handicraft
leader, will show the club simple
work in silvercraft. All necessary
materials for the project can be
purchased from Mrs. Dixon at the
meeting at a small cost.
* * '.
ALL COEDS interested in coun-
seling or recreational leadership,
including first semester freshmen,
are welcome to this meeting and
to membership.
If possible, those attending to-
day's meeting should come equip-
ped with a pair of pliers.

Mrs. Roosevelt
Aims Toward
World Peace
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
United States representative to
the United Nations, is described as
the symbol of hope for world
peace in a recent article in New
York Times Magazine.
One of Mrs. Roosevelt's jobs is
to serve as chairman of the Com-
mission on Human Rights. Her
biggest task at- present is the
drafting of the Covenant on Hu-
man Rights.
Mrs. Roosevelt is greatly admir-
ed by most of the people with
whom she comes in contact, but
like all famous people, she puts
herself in a position for criticism,
the article pointed out.
The former first lady has been
called a "hypocritical servant of
capitalism" and "a meddling old
woman" by delegates, with whom
she has chosen to disagree.
Her great contributions, howev-
er, and her unflagging faith in
this world organization brings
high praise from many of her UN
associates.
Radio programs, lectures, in-
formal discussions and regular UN
duties compose Mrs. Roosevelt's
daily routine.
This rigorous schedule, she
feels, is part of her job in destroy-
ing ignorance about the United
Nations.

TERROR OF TAPPAN HALL: .
Prospector To Lecture on Virtues of Gold

One of Michigan's most dis-
tinguished alumni, Mr. Whitimore
Glittermore, will arrive at the
University tomorrow,resplendent
in top hat and spats as behooves
a man of his prestige.
As executive director of "Glit-
termore Gold Mining Enterprise"
and a noted mining stock mani-
pulator, Glittermore has led a col-
orful life. He is well known as
prospector, speculator and finan-
cier.
REPENTING F R O M earlier
Coed Ca1lndar
Soph Cab Committee-The pub-
licity Posters' Committee will hold
a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the
League. All members must be pre-
sent to plan for the week's work.
Hockey Club-Since the sche-
duled game for Friday was rained
out, the team will play Albion at
4:30 p.m. today at PalmersField.
Those who plan to play should
meet at this time.
* * *
League House presidents-There
will be a meeting at 5 p.m. today
in the League. Room will be post-
ed.

ruthless exploitation of the earth's
treasures (among other things),
he has changed to a policy of be-
nevolence.

Arriving on campus
proximately 12:45 p.m.
row, Glittermore will be1
to the top of the main
steps by music of the
marching band.

at ap-
tomor-
ushered
library
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IT IS REPORTED that those
attending the lecture will be re-
warded both intellectually and
materially.
Glittermore has often been
thought of as an eccentric old
codger but his intinate friends
consider primarily his reputation
of unselfish generosity.
Dean Stevenson of the School
of Business Administration vivid-
ly recalls the days when "Whit"
was known as the "Terror of Tap-
pan Hall."

There he will address Univer-
sity students on the topic of "Pru-
dence and Virtue Pay Off in
Gold."

FASHIONABLE SATIN-Fashion designer, Mme. Elsa Schiapa-
relli, left, displays one of her dinner suits on model in Beverly
Hills, Cal. The suit, not yet seen in Paris, is in white satin with
wide bands of quilting and large glass buttons.
League Positions Announced
ByInterviewing Committee

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Salad
Dessert
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Patricia Breon, chairman of
interviewing a n d nominating
committee of the League announ-
ced today the results of recent pe-
titioning for League position open
ings.
The following were chosen:
Donna Billington, Martha Cook,
senior member of women's judi-
ciary council; Marianne Van Du-
zer, Alpha Gamma Delta, junior
member on interviewing and no-
minating council; Patricia Joy,
Delta Delta Delta, dance chair-
man of JGP.
The list continues with: Bar-
bara Johnson, Zeta Tau Alpha,
dance class junior captain; Ann
Higgins, Alpha Gamma Delta,
dance class sophomore captain;
Sara Reed, Delta Delta Delta, as-
Committees Announced
For Annual 'Holly Hop
Quad's Winter Formal
Members of the central commit-
tee for "Holly Hop," West Quad's
traditional Christmas dance have
been announced.
Geoffrey Leigh will act as gen-
eral chairman. Joe Simpson will
be in charge of music and Don
Edwards, Remus Boila and John
Der Derian in charge of decora-
tions.

sistant publicity chairman in
charge of posters for JGP; Kath-
leen McKinney, Newberry, Soph.
Cab. assistant costumes chairman.
Club To Form
For Managers
The newly organized Athletic
Managers' Club will hold its first
meeting at 5 p.m. tomorrow at
WAB.
The first meeting will be a so-
cial gathering, for the purpose of
acquainting all house managers
with one another and planning
the group's events for the year.
This general planning session
will give every woman a chance
to suggest ideas for the club's
monthly meetings.
The club's purpose is to give the
managers of all league houses,
dormitories and sororities an op-
portunity to help each other and
encourage good sportsmanship
among all. women on campus.
OPTICAL SERVICE
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-91 16

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