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'Jazz Age' Styles

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By NANCY VERMULLEN
"At ease!" is the-fashion order
this fall, for clothes have reverted
back to the loose and relaxed styles
of the roaring twenties.
Sheaths aren't so "sheathy."
Suits have unbuttoned their jack-
ets. The new look is one of casual
comfort, so right for campus life.
Bulky Sweters...
Sweaters, too, are bulkier and
less form-fitting. Big news is the
Shetland, a heavy yarn named forj
its place of origin, the Shetland
Islands. These sweaters run the
gamut of the color wheel in shades,
and relax comfortably around the
hips in the new long look.
Even necklaces are in keeping
with the trend set by the flapper
girl. Ropes of beads-30 or even
90 inches in length -are being
swung around the necks of many
fashion-conscious coeds this sea-
son.
Pleated Skirts ...
The pleats that Grandma loved
are back again, too. Accordion
pleats. Knife pleats. Box pleats.
Take your pick; they're all being,
featured in the smartest skirts and
sweaters.'
For that all-out "twenty-three-
skidoo" look, try a raccoon coat.
Used ones that have been cleaned,
glazed and relined are available
at many stores, and will provide
the warm answer to cold Ann
Arbor winters.
Gay Plaids ...
Plaids, too, are adding gayety
to this season's wardrobes. Whe-
ther your choice is a big bold Tar-
tan so right for skirts, or a small
check to add luster to a "dressy"
dress, you're sure to find the right
one for you.
You should be anything but an-
gry if you look in your closet and
"see red," f or red is being pro-
claimed as "the" color this season.
From the rosy pink shades of
pledge-formal pretties to the
bright orange shades of campus
costumes, red is being featured in
every hue for you.
Jazz Societ .. .
The first meeting of the Mod-
ern Jazz Society will be held at
8 p.mi. in the Union on Sunday,
Oct. 13.
The club plans to bring a fa-
mous name jazz group to campus.
Lectures by professors of the Uni-
versity Music School are on their
agenda for this semester.
Interested persons may contact
William, Hoffa at Extension 207
in South Quad for further infor-
mation about the organization.

Swim Class
Now Open
To Beginners
Pool Offers Fun for
Employees, Alumni,
Coeds; Faculty Groups
The Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department is initiating a
swimming instruction program
for upperclassmen who do not
know how to swim.
The class will meet once a week
on an informal, elective basis for.
about half an hour.
Miss Fritzie Gareis, associate
supervisor in the department, said,
that 5:10 p.m. Tuesday, OctobeV
8, has been tentatively set as the
time for the class. If this time
proves to be inconvenient for the
majority of women interested, the
time may be changed to Friday
afternoons after classes or anoth-
er suitable time.
Additional information can be
obtained at the Women's. Pool or
office 15 in Barbour Gymnasium.
Miss Gareis encourages all women
to inquire and indicate the time
that is best for them.
Water Wonderland
"It is everyone's moral respon-
sibility to learn to swim," stated
Miss Gareis. "It's a shame," she
added, "that in this water won-
derland' there is such a high rate
of non-swimmer drownings."
Towels and suits will be pro-
vided for the students, who are
requested to bring their own caps.
There is no charge for the les-
sons, which will be taught by a
member of the physical education
staff.
Women students, co-ed groups,
faculty, grad students, employees,
and alumni already able to swim
are invited to make use of the
pool's facilities at regularly sched-
uled times.
Women Only
The pool is open to women only
from 5:10 to 6:10 p.m. on Mon-
days and Thursdays, 8 to 9:15
p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays
and 3 to 5 p.m. on Fridays.
Friday night is divided into two
periods for faculty and their fam-
ilies. Families with children un-
der eight years old may attend
from 6:30 to 8 p m. Children over
eight are admitted from 8 to 9:30
p.m.
Sunday night is "Michigan
Night" at the pool. Employees,,
alumni, grad students and their
families are welcomed from 7:15
to 9:15 p.m.

On the J.ouJe
By NANCY STAMM
After a tedious week of shaking hands and making small talk
with rushees, fraternity men are planning to relax at a weekend of
parties.
Tonight coeds invited to Delta Theta Phi and Kappa Alpha Phi
will put on their dancing shoes. Chamber music, played by the Vienna
String Quartet, will set the dancing mood at Phi Delta Phi. At the
same time, Wenley House will take the guise of a "Southern Planta-
tion" and Georgia peaches will be the favors.
After Game
Tomorrow after the Michigan-Georgia game, houses will greet,
wine and dine their guests. Alumni will be welcomed at Phi Delta Phi,
Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Theta and Phi Sigma Kappa.
Acacia, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Beta Theta Pi and Alpha Kappa Kappa
will serve buffet dinners before an evening of dancing. After dinner,
couples of Alpha Kappa Kappa will see the movie, "Maltese Falcon,"
while coeds at Beta Theta Pi'will dance to the music of the Alley Cats.
Nu Sigma Nu's front lawn will be the scene of an ox roast, to be
followed by a dance.
They'll Dance
Saturday evening, the nation's top bands will play (on record of
course) at Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau, Psi
Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu and Theta Xi.
Bands, combos and trios will play swingin', rockin' and dreamin'
music at Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi
Delta Theta, and Sigma Phi.
Pajamas will be the style at Delta Chi's Pajama Game and at
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Music played by the Alley Cats will entertain
Delta Theta Phi's guests. Complete with gambling tables and an
imitation bar, will be Alpha Chi Sigma's "Night Club." Miss Georgia
Peach, to be chosen from the coeds at the party, will highlight Delta
Upsilon's dance. Alpha Tau Omega's guests will cross a moat to the
"Castle Ball." They'll dance to the music of Red Johnson's Band.
From South to Rome
"the South Wi1l Rise Again" at Delta Sigma Phi. On the walls
the couples will seg pictures of house members wearing confederate
hats. Coeds will receive Confederate money as favors.
A Bacchanalia, Roman feast, will take over the Phi Kappa Psi
house. Coeds will "Suppress Their Desires," at the Sigma Chi house,
while Kay Mieser's Combo plays. Phi Gamma Delta will "Restore the
Rock of the Class of 1867." Favors will be small rocks. Calling the
square dance at Huber House's Barn will be Russ Towles. Trigon mem-
bers will visit at"Southern Plantation."
Bohemians will congregate at Triangle's "Left Bank" party. Zeta
Beta Tau, with the Flip Williams Band, will present the "World Series"
dance.
Sunday, members of Phi Delta phi will have John Morrow,
president of the Birmingham (Ala.) Bar Association, as a guest
speaker. Following his talk on the "Southerner's View of Segregation,"
he will moderate a discussion.
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AFTERNOON CHAT - Marylen Segel, League president;
Ives, new acting social director of the League; Deborah B
dean of women and Barbara Maier, second vice-president o
League "chat" at the tea given by Dean Bacon and League (
cil yesterday afternoon to honor Miss Ives.

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University Symphony Band' will
headlinerthe nineteenthannual
Varsity Night at 8:30 'p.m. next
Friday in Hill Auditorium.
The Band, directed by William
D. Revelli, makes its campus de-
but of the season. Included in its
program are the " 'M' Fanfare,"
Bilik's "Block 'M' March," "Cir-
cus Time" by Lang and "Waggery
for Woodwinds" by Walters.,
Newt Loken, gymnastics coach,
and John Schubeck, Marching
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Alumni Guests
Dean Earl V. Moore of Music
School and Fred Lawton will en-
tertain as alumni guests with the
story of how "Varsity," the song
they composed 50Syears ago, came
into being..
Wally Weber, freshman football
coach, will present his forecast of
the season's gridiron spectacles.
Winners of the auditions for
campus talent will compete for
the first prize of $75 and a $25
dollar second prize. Final winners
will be determined by an audi-
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Tickets on Sale
Tickets are now on sale at the
Administration Building and from
all University bandsmen. They
may be purchased on the Diag
starting Monday.
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State game has been scheduled
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