By NANCY VERMULLEN
There's a reason for different
shirt collar styles.
Not every man can wear all of
them, since some collars are more
flattering than others.
The regular , niedium-spread
collar is worn by most men be-
cause it's adaptable and flatter-
ing to the average face.
The wide-spread collar appeals
particularly to young men who
like to pattern their wardrobes
after those of movie stars, tele-
vision m.c.'s and leading sports-
Popular with most men is the
neat and trim short point collar.
This collar complements today's
narrower lapel wool-worsted suit
with natural shoulders.
If your face is broad and your
neck sho't, choose the long point
collar. They most always come
with plastic stays to keep collar
points from curling.
Whatever shirt collar style you
prefer, you're sure to find it in
your favorite color. Most popular
are the solid-colored shirts, with
white as number one choice.
Many men are taking to wear-
ing blue Oxford cloth shirts Fwith
their subtle patterned- striped and.
plaid wool-worsted suits. This col-
or complements both navy - and
dark gray wool suits.
There's lots of talk, too, about
broadcloth shirts with fine strip-
ings. Worsted cheviot suits look
good with them, as do dark-
striped wool -flannel business
suits. Smart men choose them for
they're aware that an unusual-
loolting shirt helps them to stand
out from other members of the
For handsome contrast with
solid dark wool-worsted suits, fine
window-pane checked shirts are
gaining in popularity, and being
seen more and more on well-
Since most three-button suits
and town coats this season em-
phasize "restrained" patterns in
quiet shades, it is especially im-
portant to select phirts that will
"perk up" both wardrobe and
Displays To Compe e
State Street at North University
HOMECOMING-"Mythigan Therpant" advertises Homecoming
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,crowds, and floats prevailed at the 1955 bi-annual Michigras.
tel and finance chairmen will be
igras Petitions, distributed at the
Rm. meeting, are due Saturday, ac-
cording to general co-chairmen
lude Jane Abeshouse, '58 A&D and
ices- Richard H. Levitt, '58 BAd. Inter-
ora- viewinig will be the following
ams; week. The Central Committee will
tick- be selected by Miss Abeshouse,
Oster Levitt, a 'Women's Athletic Assp-
ciation representative and a Un-
Another mass meeting will be
held on Wednesday,,Nov. 6 in the'
Union Ballroom fo' all students
intereste'd in working on one of
the 23 committees.
Michigras, the weekend of Ap-:
ril 25, is a bi-annual carnival co-
sponsored by the WAA and Un-
ion. A parade of floats on Friday
afternoon is followed that even-
ing and all day Saturday by a
carnival held at Yost Field House.
On Saturday afternoon, the car-
nival will be open to the Ann Ar-
Games of skill and chance, re-
freshments, as well as entertain-
ment .are to highlight the carni-
val. An added spark to the week-
end will be the competitive spirit,
in booth' competition.
Proceeds from Michigras will go
to a charity organization chosen
by the WAA and the Union.
with 'a dance o
Saturday, 98 displays made by
residence halls, sorority and fra-
ternity, houses will compete for
trophies in the annual Homecom-
Displays are judged on origin-
ality, appropriateness, artistic and
mechanical desigr. The judges
will be Assistant Dean of Women
Elizabeth Leslie; Prof Marvin
Eisenberg of the fine arts depart-
ment; Prof. Waltpr Gores of de-
sign and William Cross, assistant
to the Dean of Men.
This year's Homecoming dance,
features composer Duke Ellington
and his band. The "Duke," known
throughout the world as the cre-
ator of a new, rich and distinctly
American idiom, will play from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Intramural
Tickets for the dance are on
sale on the Diagonal, at the Un-
ion and the Engineering Arch to-
day through Saturday.
Born in Washington D.C., Ed-
ward Kennedy Ellington was
nicknamed "Duke" at the age of
eight hk a friend who admired his
In 1923, after attending Pratt
Institute in Brooklyn, "Duke"
"made the decision of his life" in
coming to New York with a five
Patrons for the annual dance
an the Diagonal.
are Governor and Mrs. G. Men-
nen Williams, Vice President and
Mrs. James A. Lewis, Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean Deb-
orah Bacon, Assistant Deans Eliz-
abeth Davenport, Leslie, and Elsie
Fuller and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Rinkel. Also expected are the par-
ents of the members of the Cen-
Last year's winners .n the dis-
play competition were: Lambda
Chi, Phi Kappa Tau, Kelsey
House, Alpha Phi, Delta Delta
Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha.
To Attend SGC
Assembly Dormitory Council
yesterday decided to have one
representative from each inde-
pendent women's housing unit at-
tend every Student Government
Betsy Alexander, '58, president
of Assembly, announced that SGC
voting booths will be closed dur-
ing elections from 12:30 p.m. to
1:15 p.m. if it rains.
This is due to the fact that
complaints have been made con-
cerning the previous practice of
moving booths into dormitories
and giving the residents an un-
fair opportunity to vote during
the lunch' hour.
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MUSKET - At 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Union Ballroom,
MUSKET will hold a mass meet-
ing for all men and women inter-
ested in working on this year's
show, "Kiss Me Kate."
Students may sign up to work
on committees. Casting will start
immediately after the, meeting
and continue through Monday.
FRENCH CLUB French Club
will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in Rm. 3R at the Union.
The meeting will be conducted
in French and will feature talks
by those~ who spent the summer in
France. All persons interested in
becoming members are invited to
attend the meeting.
the lunch hour.
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