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NUARY 19, 1951

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPRING FEVER:
Designers Will Reveal Plans
For More Feminine Fashions

Traditional Dances To Provide Mid-Semester Diversion

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January is the month that wo-
men find out what designers are
planning and styling for the
spring fashions.
Advance reports for spring
clothes indicate that the broad
shouldered sparse-skirted silhou-
Military Ball
The central committee has
announced that plans have
begun for the Annual Military
Ball which will be held on Mar.
9, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the
Union. The dance is presented
under the joint sponsorship of
the ROTC units.

ette of the past years will be re-
placed by more feminine styles.
The trend will be toward simpli-
fication for daytime wear and
elaboration for night.
One fashion designer's collec-
tion of spring clothes is already
stressing an ensemble of wool and
silk combination. It combines a
short wool coat over a tailored
silk print dress. A variation is the
bareback dress with a matching
jacket in linen for the day and
one in taffeta for evening.
The collection also features the
slim dress that is designed to give
without fuss. The same silhouette
appears in suits.

Coeds Select
Dance Gowns
i-Hop, 'Wintermezzo'
Hold Social Spotlight
J-Hop weekend will provide one
last round of partying and danc-
ing before students settle down to
the old routine of books and
studying next semester.
Then to start the new year off
right, the annual coed-bid payoff
dance will hold the spotlight on
Saturday, Feb. 17.
Uppermost in the minds of wo-
men who are attending these
dances is, of course, "what shall
I wear?" Dorm and sorority "gab-
fests" have gone on long into the
night over the merits of this or
that dress,borwhether the other
one looks better.
Shops here and in Detroit are
being beseiged by coeds looking
for just the right gown.
In formal wear, strapless mo-
dels are, of course, still just "the
thing," but there is a trend to-
ward the slim skirts and covered
shoulders of the "mad-cap Twen-
ties."
"Turn about is fair play" is the
motto of "Wintermezzo," the girl-
bid dance which follows J-Hop.
It gives coeds an opportunity to
thank that fellow not only for
J-Hop, but for other good times
of this past semester.
Dressy winter styles - wools,
rayons and crepes will set the
mood in fashions.

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PRE-PARTY PREVIEW-Posing above are Barbara Lawton and
Nancy Hilton in a sneak preview of what they will be wearing to
J-Hop. Featuring a southern plantation theme, the dance will
be held on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 and 9, from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. in the IM Building.

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Time Schedule Change for sec-'
ond semester in Mathematics:
Mathematics 47, Section 4, will
meet at 2 p.m. instead of 1 p.m.
Mathematics 125 will meet at 1
p.m. instead of 2 p.m.
Mathematics 20, Air Navigation
(3 hours) will be given MWF at
3 p.m. in Room 3201, Angell Hall,
by Professor Carver.-
Correction in Time Schedule,
Pol. Sci. 52. Add Professor Pol-
lock's name to the list of lecturers.
Doctoral Examination for Ro-
bert Austin Warner, Musicology;
thesis: "The Fantasia in the
Works of John Jenkins," Fri.,
Jan. 19, West Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., 3 p.m. Chairman,
Louise E. Cuyler.
Doctoral Examination for An-
thony M. Pasquariello, Romance
ete and Loa in the Colonial The-
atre of Spanish America," Sat.,

Jan. 20, East Council Room,
Languages & Literatures: Span-
ish; thesis: "The Entremes, Sain-
Rackham Bldg., 10 a.m. Chair-
man, I. A. Leonard.
Doctoral Examination for Mer-
ton Louis Davis, Chemistry; the-
sis: "Thermodynamics of B-
KHF2, Including Heats of Dis-
sociation, of Fusion, and of the
A-B Transition," Tues., Jan. 23,
Room 3003, Chemistry Bldg., 3
p.m. Chairman, E. F. Westrum,
Jr.
Doctoral Examination for Max
Arthur Proffitt, Zoology; thesis:
"Comparative Morphometry and
Growth of Scales in the Bluegill,
Lepomis m. macrochirus Rafin-
esque, with Special Reference to
Related Body Growth," Wed.,
Jan. 24, Room 4101, Natural Sci-

ence Bldg., 9 a.m. Chairman, K.
F. Lagler.
Doctoral Examination for Don-
ald Garner Castanien, Spanish;
thesis: "A Seventeenth Century
Mexican Library and the Inqui-
sition," Fri., Jan. 26, East Council
Room, Rackham Bldg., 10 a.m.
Chairman, I. A. Leonard.
Doctoral Examination for Clar-
ence W. Olmstead, Geography;
thesis: "The Pattern of Orchards
in Michigan," Fri., Jan. 26, Room
210, Angell Hall, 1:30 p.m. Chair-
man, C. M. Davis.
Doctoral Examination for Ar- I
thur Ferdinand Carlson, Latin;
thesis: "The Orthography and
Phonology of the Latin Papyri,"
Sat., Feb. 3, Room 2009, Angell
Hall, 10 a.m. Chairman, H. C.
Youtie.
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CLEARANCE

Continues 'till all fall and winter stock is sold.
Great Savings! Many items below 1/2 price.
COAT SAVINGS
Coat prices slashed! Values for all misses, juniors and
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Hats
Light and dark colors, or-
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1.00 to 3.98.

Blouses
Long and short sleeves . . .
rayons, crepes, sotins and
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