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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .2 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Petitioning, Interviewing Begin
For Senior Project Positions
Coed Committee To Plan Dinner, March
Preceding Opening Performance of JGP
Petitions for positions on Sen- vations; ticket chairman; patrons
ior Project, now in its second and invitations chairman; publi-
year, will be due at 5 p.m. Dec. 1 citycran chairman ; ds
in the Undergraduate Office of chairman.
the League.bEntertainment will be planned
Begun just last year by the Lea- by the general chairman of Sen-
gue Council, members of Senior ior Project working with last
Project plan and make arrange- year's JGP general chairman,
ments for Senior Night which is Jane Topper, and Director, Jen-
held the opening night of JGP. n ie Quirk.
Preceding the performance, giv- Because this is a comparatively
en only for senior women, is a new committee there is opportun-
traditional march and banquet in ity for new ideas to expand and
their honor. Senior Project was improve the present plans. Pat
created to improve arrangements Breon, chairman of interviewing
for the march and dinner. and nominating committee, urges
* * * rs
all seniors interested in Senior
POSITIONS OPEN for petition- project to petition.
ing include: general chairman, * * *
coordinator and general planner INTERVIEWING committee will
in charge of the senior march; hold office hours next week from
assistant chairman, in charge of 3 to 5 p.m., Monday through Fri-
dinner arrangements and reser- day to give any further informa-
tion that is required and to help
~ipetitioners.
TYP EWR 1T E RS The committee requests that in-
terviews be signed for when peti-
tions are handed in. Interviewing1
Rented will be held from 3 to 5 p.m., Dec.1
5, 6and 7.t

Aprons Spark
Simple Outfits,
With Fullness
Fashion leaders and designers
have found another way to make
dresses more festive looking.
The change from a single out-
fit to a more formal one can be
made by the addition of an apron.
For the approaching holiday sea-
son many dirndl overskirts that
can be worn open at the front
or back will be popular.
Considerable ingenuity has been
used by the designers of the ap-
rons. They are cut or draped in
unusual shapes, some of them be-
ing three cornered. Most of them
are worn over sheathed skirts add-
ing fullness and color.
Some of the overskirts can be
bought separately and others as
part of a costume. Many come in
glamorous fabrics that are em-
broiderd or embossed.
Displayed by fashion leaders are
aprons of gold embroidered white

CHRISTMAS

CAUSES CONFUSION

Gift-Buying Season Bewilders, Baffles Male

By MAD DAVIS
Is the man in your life a groper
or a single-track giver qt Christ-
mas?
Emily Kimbrough, noted author
and humorist, says that he is pret-
ty sure to be one or the other. She
thinks thatdmen are thrown into
strange and inexplicable trances
when faced with buying presents
for their women.
All during the Yuletide season
the male of the species can be seen
wandering through department
stores. With a staring, frightened
look in the eye, hand in pocket,
he guides his halting feet through
the perplexing maze only found in
huge stores just before Christmas.
* * *
AFTER SEVERAL DAYS of this
wandering, the bewildered man
clutches something in desperation,

usually by some coincidence, from
the best looking clerk in the store,
pays his money and takes it home.
This "something" that he has
confiscated will either be an ob-
ject that he has a distinct affec-
tion for, amazingly similar to a
gift he bestowed on his beloved
for her birthday last month, or
a masterpiece of extravagance
for which the poor women will
never find a use.
A groper is more difficult to
guide, because his mind is almost
lost under the mental strain that
the season brings on.
THE FOG that clouds men's
minds during this season is unlike
any other that may come over him,
and can prove to be his most dis-
astrous.
"The only thing to do with a

man like this," states Miss Kim-
brough, "is to sit down and plan
with him what the two of you
will exchange on Christmas
Day."
Even this, however, may not
prove fruitful, especially on the
first try,
AFTER DISCUSSING at some
length the beautiful rhinestone
necklace you would like to cherish
as your own, your one and only
can still come up with an out-
rageous garden urn for which.you
have no use ... and no garden.
All you can do about teaching
this man of weird tastes and un-
stable memory about the facts of
Christmas is to try the discussion
again the next year and hope for
better results.
Christmas comes but once a
year .

ALICE GOLDSTEIN
< ---Cn-a.emen.
o 0

year

S-t-r-e-t-c-h your Holiday!

Goldstein-Brauer
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein of
Margate, New Jersey have an-
nounced the engagement of their
dn. hter Alie NAnmi_ to rld

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Bought
Repaired

auginer, Alce 1VaU1, , o Tea
Brauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Russian Circle To Meet I. Brauer of Brooklyn, New York.
At International Center Miss Goldstein is a sophomore in
the literary college. Her fiance is
Members of the Russian Circle ! a senior in engineering school and
will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at is a member of llbe heldoFe u-
the International Center. y3Th einw ed FeyCu-
A talk on folk music in the ary 3 at the Linwood County Club
TT.' QD' IA1' ln rrncr~fnr7heyx inT2 Atlantic City.

Buy your Christmas Cards now.
Fountain Pens repaired by
a factory trained man.
MORRILL'S
314 S. State Ph. 7177

a
t
i

UkWt t. win Ie resenteay r t. .
Choseed of the Russian Depart-
ment. Phonograph records will
illustrate his lecture.

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by TOPP'S
Warm and caressing as a sincere
heart, these driving gloves
with fleecy lambskin on the
inside to cuddle your fingers
during icy weather.
There's nothing quite like
them for wearability,
warmth and smart
looks. Brown or
beige; small,
medium or large.

T et worn over a gold lame sheath
Buckingham-Ford dress and black organdy embossed
Mr. and Mrs. William Bucking- in gold worn over black rayon
ham of Berkley have recently an- faille.
daughter, Joan, to H. Stanley Ford, Other overskirts are made of
nounced the engagement of their gold plated or cotton sateen with
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Ford of an appliqued gold pattern worn
Burmingham. over velvet or velveteen. For the
Miss Buckingham is a senior in more practical shoppers there is
the Literary College and is affiliat- the fresh looking wrinkle proof
ed with Alpha Chi Omega. nylon skirt.
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New fashions demand smooth lines, no
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the answer ... Fancee Free! $2.00
P.S. Doubles as sanitary belt too..with satin tabs, $2.50
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building

T lanksgiving
These are but a few clearance items

DRESSES
2 groups $10.00 & $14.95
Better wools, crepes, vel-
veteens and corduroys...
one and two piece styles.
SUITS $25.00 to $39.95
Originally $39.95 to
$59.95 . . . 100% wool
checks, tweeds, gabar-
dines and flannels. Jun-
ior sizes 9-15. Reqular
and short sizes 10-20.
HANDBAGS 3.98 to 7.95
Better calf and suedes.. .
black and colors were
7.95 to 16.95 Other bags
at 2.98 and 5.00. Were
to 10.95.

One group $7.00
Rayon crepes, cordur
gabardines . . . origin
$8.95 to$14.95...s
9-15, 10-44, 10-24.
BLOUSES $2.98 to $5
Originally to 10.95
Crepes, satins . . . I
and short sleeves
white, pastels, darks.
sizes 32-44.
1 group better wools 8
Were 10.95, sizes 10-

Come see
Come choose

Afes

V.
coys,
ally
;izes
.00
ong

.95
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GLOVES - 2.98
Were originally 5.95 and
6.95. Black and. brown
capeskin, white kid and
capeskin at 3.98. Origin-
ally at 6.95.

ABOVE is a fine pinwale
corduroy two-piecer spe-
cial at 10.00.
HATS 2.98 to 500
Originally to 12.95
Odds and ends in velours,
velvets, velveteen, felts,
plaids., Group of sports
hats and berets, felts, cor-
duroy and wool jerse at
1.00.

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7.'95

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495 to 795

Delicate nightgowns in many flattering
colors . . . white, pink, blue, maize,
Lilac, black .. , sizes 32-38.
$95 to 1595
Luxuriously trimmed
SLIPS in net and lace
... sizes 9-1]5,.32-38.

5,95J to 1 095

Net and lace-trimmed
PANTIES. ..sizes 5, 6, 7

Also: COMFORTABLE NYLON PAJAMAS...
Pastel shades,.., sizes 32-38............
LOVELY NYLON ROBES in navy and
red . . . sizes 10-18 ........... ........

.....$10.95
.....$17.95

REMEMBER: A small deposit will hold. your purchase till Christmas.

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