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Season's. New,, Suits Feature Casui
By NANCY VERMULLEN
s are off RoaidVr
the Gil- Cynthia Conway, Rosalind Fer-
y, Union ris; Jill Freedman, Judy Gilden,
ic Asso- Sherry Hutte, Carol Jones, JoAnn
Krantz, Ruth Lehman, Dale May-,
ers, Jayne Miller, Helen Murray,
. Ann Polak, Bette Romola, Elsa
ciety an- Ruedy, Alice Scafide, Sandra
Nov. 21, Suino, Alice Umemoto, Marjorie
f "Trial Upp, Jo Zagray and Helia Zim-
erer" . . beroff.
one act Other members of the chorus
nings nclude James Anderson, Fred
sem"h Becker, David Blaoekburn, Peter
f errors Cartwright, Paul Cohn, Gene Cor-
n which rell, James Currie, Edward Dick-
enson, George Finkel, Charles
Hetselberger, Harold'Keivit, Paul
produc- Lehman, Charles Menges, Eugene
om Mor- Moore, James O'Brian, Philip
Schuster, Power, Buckley Robbins, Don
ch, Rob- Seltz, Robert Schulz, John Smead,
lley, Er- David Williams and Dan Wolter.
an, Lynn An enlistment meeting for all
those interested in working at the
>arts of Union will be held today at 4:15
I to Syl- p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the Union.
ck, Sally Little Club will feature the
;s. band of Bob Elliot at 9 p.m. Fri-
orus are day at the Union. Admission is
Coedy, Jim gervis and his orchestra
will entertain couples in a night-
club attmosphere at the Maize-
enl and-Blue Note Dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Un
ig ht ion Ballroom. Two floor shows
will be featured.
ight, the WAA . . .
ponsored Modern d? nce enthusiasts will
will be have an opportunity to receive a
in Har- master lesson in modern dance
I on the techniques sponso: ed by the Wo-
n. men's Athletic Association from 2
p who is p.m. to 4 p.m. this Friday.
ng 'may Josepl Gifford, director for
annual three summers of modern dance'
Friday, at the National Music Camp at
Interlochen will instruct the class
pined by in the Barbour Gymnasium dance
prize is studio.
Gifford is a professional danc-
vt Loken er, teacher and director of a New
the . past York City dance group. This
as Rob- seminar in dancing will be his
ton, Joe second engagement in Ann Arbor.
" Trout Gifford, who is a graduate of
ht. the University, makes his home
attrac- in Detroit. During the , summer
r, fresh- he appears with his concert group
will pre- at the camp. .
gridiron The lesson will be given to any-
one interested or, experienced In
intment, modern dance. There will be a
at Har- slight fee. Students from Eastern
511, ext. Michigan College have been in-
vited, to attend the clss.
Easy and feminine describe this
season's suit fashions, which car-
ry the look of casual elegance
that adapts itself to either a Sat-
urday night concert or Sunday
morning church with equal
Foremost among fall suit sil-
houettes is the semi-fitted suit,
dress for mid-season into winter
The tapered hip-tip jacket suit
is another expression of the
"casual look" so right for cam-
pus. Its little tapered box jacket
hangs in a slim line to rest easily
on the, hips. Sometimes these
suits have oval back-dipping hem-
lines or back pleat or bowed de-
The stroller, three-quarter coat
suit with matching skirt is being
shown in every fashion collec-
tion this fall. The coat varies
from 36 to 38, even '40 inches -
short enough to show a span of
matching skirt. Many have coor-
dinated jersey, satin or trimmed
sweater ,blouses to create tle en-
semble effect that coeds love.
Lizard to Satin
The belted dressmaker suit of-
fers the perfect way to look fem-
inine and tailored at the same
time. The suits are belted all
around and look very pretty when
contoured a little below the waist-
line in back, and belts come in
everything from lizard to satin.
Strictly a, glamour item is the
furred suit, which has hit an all-
time high in fall collections. Furs
of all kinds are used as collars
and/or cuffs - either lavishly, or
in small pretty ways more suit-
able to a college budget.
Fur has even found its way into
suit linings this, year. Mike and
more suits are lined with fur -
all kinds; but especially American
broadtail with its soft lustrous
finish. Or suits have little fur
jackets, from the smart waistline
variety to semi-fitted or bloused
styles, of American broadtail,
moleskin or kidskin especially.
From casual tweeds to the ele-
gant furred varieties -- with such
a variety to choose from this sea-
son, every coed is guaranteed of
finding the suit to "suit" her.
Haskaylo's String Sho1
211 South State NO 3-
NEW AND USED
Ann Arbor's Busy; Book .Store
with short fluid line jacket that
just indicates the figure. Univer-
sally accepted this. past year
through the influence of Chanel,
who made it more American and
easier to wear, .this suit takes best
to heavier weights. Many coeds
choose it in place of a coat and.
Our easy-do, casual hairstyles
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