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A Finger in All-Campus Pies ...


ns in Men's Clothes


-Da-l*-Norman Jacobs
hat's an ivy-league suit without i buckled
conscious men prove that the narrow-
ton suit is still first choice -on campus.
-Daily-Norman Jacobs

"What to wear" is no longer a
problem for just the ladies.
This year, more than ever,
clothes manufacturers are de-
signing with the male point of
view in mind.
Comfortable casual fabric suits
have become a bigger-than-ever
style major. Shown in every ma-
terial from. flannel to tweed, they
are perfect for campus wear and
also a smart change of pae for
business wear. A mixture of brown
and black continues as number
one color choice,.
Stripes First Choice .. .
Sport coats are of such major
style importance that every man
should own a wardrobe of these
spirit-lifters. Stripes are the pre-
ferred pattern being -shown this
fall, with corduroy gaining in
popularity as the preferred ma-
Topcoats are still "tops" in a
good wardrobe, with bold yarn
tweeds in full bodied bal c llar
models the choice for casual wear.
For dressier occasions, the smart
I choice is a natural-tone covert or,
a neat herring-bone pattern in a
trim, straight-line model.
The tapered, plain, ivy-league
style continues to rate approval
in sport slacks. Smart men vary
the style effect of each of their
sport coats with a supporting cast
of several pairs of related, but
deeper-tone slacks.) You can also
enjoy varied slack detailing by
having some with pleats and oth-
ers unpleated, with buckled back-
Narrow-Brimmed Hats
You'll have a "head" start on a
good wardrobe by choosing your
hat; with care. The narrow brim,
tapered undented crown hat is
good for leisure wear, and so are
the new recessed top and Tyrolean
Button-down collars are the tra-
ditional favorite. of college tnen
in shirtwear. While Oxford is the
chosen fabric for campus wear,
orlon and other man-made fibers
are giving new importance to
knitted sport shirts,
Clothes can't "make the man,"
It's true, but they can give you
the self-confidence . that comes
with knowing you're dressed cor-
Coed Swim Clubs
To Hold Tryouts
Michifish and Michifin tryouts
will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at the Women's Pool.
All Michifish tryouts are re-
quested to demonstrate the front
and back crawl, as well as the side
and breast stroke.
.Women trying out for Michifin
will be asked to show a ballet leg,
a kip, a pike surface and' a back
"We hope that all women inter-
ested in swimming will attend the
tryouts," said Jane Prindeville,
president of Michifish.

Sh eaths
caleulated for
a totally
dvastating ef f ect

Be the most bewitching girl at
the party. Subtle flattery of a
Tailored Junior. This, for dinner
and after, singled out from so
many that tempt your fashion
sense. In Wyner's 9 oz. wool jer-
sey, as advertised in GLAMOUR.
Taffeta obi against a slim back-
ground of black. Sizes 7 to 15.

BURO-CATS will hold a mass meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the League for all interested under-
class women. Above, the Buro-cat Advisory Board composed of Barbara Maler, second vice-presi-
dent of the League, Linda Brady, June Wittich, Henrietta Lepsky, Jane Freeman and Karol Buckner
make plans for the Mass meeting.

League Asks



n Ann Arbor
All women interested in doing
volunteer work at the Speech Clin-
ic, University Hospital, Veteran's
Readjustment Center, Ypsilanti
State Hospital and St. Joseph's
Hospital should inquire about the
Community Service Committee in
the League Undergraduate Office'
Planned Parties . .
The various volunteer service
activities include work at the
Speech Clinic. Here women may
participate in planned parties for
adult speech patients.
Six departments are open for
women at. University Hospital.
They are Physical Therapy, Polio
Respirator Center, Hospitality
Service, Hostess Service, Hospi-
tal School and Chaplain Service.
General hospital aid is needed
at St. Joseph's Hospital. This will
be done under the direction of Sis-
ter Xavier.
Dance Hostesses . .
Volunteer hostess work is open
at the Veteran Readjustment Cen-
ter. Here women act as hostesses
one afternoon a week for the vet-
erans' dance classes.
A minimum of two hours per
week is needed at Ypsilanti State
"You will find the experience
gained well worth the time and ef-
fort spent," said Linda Hepburn,

9:30 tc

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Other smart Dresses, for the games,
parties and after, Priced from
$17.95. Sizes 7-15, 10-40 Tall,
. i20s



The chic clutch can be of velvet,
satin or' faille at $5.00. Smart
Earrings and Pin $2.00 each plus

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As students at the University of Michigan, you'll find
Ann Arbor Bank the TRADITIONAL place to conduct your
banking business. Two near-campus branches . . . at S. State
Street and at S. University Street . . . serve as convenient
financial "headquarters," offering these helpful services:
Special Checking Accounts--Only $2 for a book of 20-
checks. No additional service fees, and no minimum balance
Special Money Orders--Persona money orders for up to
$250, at special low rates, beginning 'at 15c.
Travelers Checks-Instantly negotiable, anywhere, they
will be cashed ONLY when you countersign them. Available
in all denominations.

'round the corner
from the Campus

TOMORROW is the last day of our
MONTH-END SALE of Dresses.
3 outstanding groups of better dresses f
$10.00- $14.95 -$25.00
SSubscribe to
rThe Michigan Dc

-Daily-Norman Jacobs
N' COMFORTABLLE-Whether the choice be a crew-
ter or a dressier suit, University men al agree that
the prime requisite In clothes.
--Daily-Norman Jacobs
Union Open New Posts




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open on the
ntral commit-

tions on the Union, there will be'
a tryout meeting at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday for those who were un-
able to attend the previous meet-

rkowitz, '59, an-
all junior women
petitioning for cam-
stage manager and
e manager for JGP
in the League Un-

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npus publicity is a coordinat-
>sition of all stunts, posters
vents occurring on campus.
tage manager and her as-
t will be in charge of chang-
ts and lighting.
an Glossberg, assistant gen-
hairman of JGP, added that
will be a mass meeting of
' women on Nov. 21,
students interested in posi-



fashion-Wise gais on campus
wear fine lamb's wool-and-nylon

Our easy-do, casual hairstyles
are flattering!
Ask upperclassmen about us
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre


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Constantly in fashion's favor ..rock-tex-
tured tweeds whose classic good looks have
been softened for femininity.




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breasted:. . . fashionably" frosted with a color blend
alpaca collar. Lining of alpaca to keep you toasty warm
at the football games. Grey or brown tweed. 75.00
OTHER COATS, luxuriously Lumpy . . . Dark brown or
black and white tweed beautifully lined in white nylon

and orlon pile.


D on't soil a
for lack. of a little

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See our luxurious, popular 65%
Iamb's wool aod 35-% nylon Adler
s-t-r-e-t-c-h socks that fit so

REVERSIBLE COAT in grey or black tweed with alpaca
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