THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By NANCY VERMULLEN
The fashion world has good news
this fall for knitting enthusiasts.
This year, more than at any
time in your school career, the
items you knit yourself will be at
the very fore in the fashion pic-
Why not transform the long
hours of those first-of-the-year
house meetings into a bulky
striped cardigan for your favorite
date . . . or, if you're just starting
to knit, why not try ever-popular
Fashion experts predict special
things this year. For instance, for
a dorm item that's ever so much
"Chic-er" than Bermuda shorts
or even toreador pants-slim-fit-
ting, ankle-length leotard loung-
Also headed for certain popu-
larity is a pert new ski hood, gear-
ed to be striped in colors and re-
quiring less than no time to make.
Knee-length cable socks to match
your skirts and bermudas are
always in order, too. You'll be
surprised to see- how inexpensive it
can be to make just what you
College Fashions knitting books
are featuring a collection of nov-
elty items to tantalize the expert;
many others are available that
explain fundamentals and give
confidence to the beginner.
There's no limit to what you
can make for yourself while you
enjoy coffee katches, TV breaks
and late-at-night discussions with
.All sizes, all shapes, all colors-
it's fun to knit and -useful. So'let's
go with those knitting needles!
Mary Markley Dorm
Assembly announced members
for the study committee for the
new coed dormitory, Mary Mark-
Kay Sheren, Prescott; Janet
Shew, president of Alice Lloyd;
Bette 'Haughn, president of Couz-
ens; Mary Lindeman, president
of Betsy Barbour; a resident of
Stockwell; Dean Elsie R. Fuller
and Margaret Brake, Assembly
vice-president will discuss dormi-
tory problems and government.
.. pert ski hood
. bulky cardigan
INTERNATIONAL CENTER will
hold its weekly tea from 4:30 p.m.
to 6 p.m, today at the Interna-
LEAGUE COUNCIL will not
meet tonight as formerly sched-
uled because of the flu.
THE UNION will sponsor a
dance, "The Maize and Blue Note"
to be held Saturday after the
Michigan-Michigan State game in
the Union Ballroom from 9 .m. to
Jim Servis' Band will play, says
publicity chairman David Hertle,
'60E. Two floor shows will be fea-
tured at 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sev-
eral acts will be put on by students
from State, who have performed
with "The Four Freshmen.".
Tickets may be purchased xat the
HOCKEY CLUB-Manager Pen-
ny Palmer, '60, says the Hockey
Club will meet every Fiiday at 4
p.m.. and Wednesday at 5 p.m. at
A TEA for the college board edi-
tor of Mademoiselle will be given
at 4:15 p.m. Monday in the League.
All women interested in meeting
her and entering the 'annual Ma-
demoiselle contest are invited to
WASHED AND IRONED
Nothing so annoying as a missing shirt but-
ton. That's why Shirt Elegance
stands for button perfection too. Should
we ever fail to replace a missing button
we guarantee to replace the button-
then wash and iron that shirt plus an-
other shirt absolutely free of charge.
So make sure the next shirts put into
your drawer are guaranteed button per-
fect. Start today.
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627 South Main "NO 3-4185
For your Better Things - Shop HUTZEL 'S
Wear your pocket on your sleeve
this year, says Mr. Mort! And flaunt
x mad plaid fringed cravat too, with your
proper. white collar. Gently fitted
long torso completes this very new
version of your indispensable good .grey
or brown wool tweed. Junior sizes.
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