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INT - Lois Wurster, costume chairman of Soph
y Lou Anteau, cast member, put the finishing
city megaphones to be, distributed at Saturday's

;i Crazy To Feature
nging, Dancing Acts

Gym Classes
Open Friday
Registration for women's first
indoor athletic season will be held
from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to-
morrow on the main floor of Bar-
bour Gym.
The .present classes will con-
tinue through Nov. 7, and the new
classes will begin the week of Nov.
11.
Water Safety
Students considering the Water'
Safety Instructors course for next
semester are advised to take their
Life Saving class this, season.
These two classes cannot be taken
concurrently.
Figure skating and ice skating
will be taught by a. professional
teacher in the University Coli-,
seum. Skates may be rented at a
slight fee.
Riding in an indoor ring will be
offered this season. Transporta-
tion will be provided, from W,A.B.
Cost of the first lesson will be
paid for by the department.
Fundamental Skills
Swimming classes offering non-
swimmers an opportunity to learn
fundamental skills are open.
Upperclassmen who are inter-
ested in electing physical educa-
tion classes will register in Bar-
bour Gym from 8 a.m, tovnoon
Monday through Wednesday.
Union Lecture - +
The Academic Services Com-
mittee of the Union is sponsoring
a lecture, "How a student with
limited funds should invest in
stocks and bonds," by Prof. J. W.
Eckman, instructor in business
administration school, at 7:30 to-
night on the third floor of the
Union.
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
Our excellent Sample
Books of personalized
cards are now on display.
We suggest that you
make your selection
NOW!
OVERBECK
BOOKSTORE
1216 S. University

EYES ON FASHIONS
WINTER COATS
By NANCY VERMULLEN
Coat fashions this year make it easy to be pretty and warm at
the same time.
The Oval Silhouette is the most significant new coat fashion. As
its name implies, it has a supple rounded look and stands away from
the body across the shoulders.
SHORT STYLES .. .
Another rising fashion is the Shorter-Than-Long Coat, 38-40
inches. It is high fashion in the oval silhouette, but has more uni-
versal appeal when just slim or tubular, often double-breasted --
frequently with low placed patch pockets.
The slim straightline coat continues for fall as a basic silhouette
at all pricelines. It's newest in Balenciaga Chesterfield coats, very
much in the current dressy-casual trend as opnosed to the more
formal dressy trend. It is softened by other new fall signatures, as
the Balenciaga yoke, shaped collar and rounded shoulders.
SHADES OF BROWN . .
The color palette in winter coats favors the brown family this
season, from beige or oatmeal, to taupe, to medium browns. The blue
family takes next top billing, emphasizing sapphires and royal blues,
with some navy tagging on. Reds, from raspberry to burgundy,
through to clear reds, often deepened with black or brown, are strong
contenders for third place.

protection

Our laundry divides each bundle received into several
parts. Each part goes into a net bag. The net bags filled
with clothes go into the washer. Suds and water 'run
freely through the open mesh of the nets. Yet the nets
protect clothes from tangling and knotting. Have your
clothes' washed in nets regularly to protect them and get
them cleaner.
KYER MODEL LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
814 South State 1021 East Ann
601 East Williams 627 South Main
NO 3-4185

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irl Crazy," a musical comedy
songs by George and Ira:
hwin, will be presented by the
omore class at 8 p.m. Thurs-
Friday and Saturday; Nov. 14,
nd 16 at Lydia Mendelssohn
tre,
e story concerns a New York
onaire who sends his son to
all western town to get away
. women. The son, however,
les to move the East to the
-.
Male and Female Leads
le production will feature male
female leads, a male quartet,
>ryReading*-
ta Phi Eta, national speech
fraternity, will open its first
lers' Theater with a program
oetry reading at 3 p.m. Sun-
in Rm. -2508 Frieze Bldg.
aders will be Prof. Claribel
d and Prof. La Mont Okey of
speech department and Prof.
i Sargent of Eastern Michi-

a chorus, dance numbers, and such
songs as "I Got Rhythm," "Biding
My Time," and "Embraceable
You." '
Student .directors Toby Stern
and Robert Shaye are being help-
ed by Ted Heusel, director of the
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre.
Block tickets, sold through resi-
dence halls, fraternities, and soror-
ities, will go on sale today. Indi-
vidual tickets may be purchased in
the League Undergraduate Office
and in the Lydia Mendelssohn Box
Office 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning
Sunday, Nov. 10. The Soph Show
Central committee recommends
block ticket sales for Thursday.
Pre-Game Advertising.
Publicity for the show includes
a pre-game band, number from
the show at the Iowa game, block
"M" stunts, advertising handed out
outside the stadium, a square
'dance on the Diag Monday, Nov.
11, and a performance of a num-
ber from the show on TV. The stu-
dent radio station, WCBN, is play-
ing records of songs from the show.
The Centisal Committee will give
a party for the cast and crew at
the League after the last perform-
ance.

NOTICE TO ALL CATHOLIC STUDENTS
FRIDAY, Nov. 1 st, is the FEAST OF
ALL SAINTS, a Holyday of Obligati'on.
MASSES AT ST. MARY'S CHAPEL
will be at 6:30, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 12 Noon and 5:10 P.M.
N.B. Meat may be eaten at all meals on Nov. 1st.

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LEATHER HANDBAGS
in your-favorite colors andstyles
See our fascinating styles in casual handbags to
carry on campus . . . hurry in and get yours while
our selections are complete! Choose the popular
clutch bag in brown, navy, black, red or briar ..
the sporty shoulder bag that converts to a regular
style in black, beige, brown, navy, red, grey or briar.
Shoulder bag
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Other clutch bags including fold-over styles
2.50 to 5.00

Shop. Monday through Saturday 9:30: to 5:30

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BOTH with the famous, original Tangent Strap feature. Anchored at the sides,
these fabulous straps hold up the entire bra frame, not just the cup. You can move
freely, the bra always stays snugly in place.. no drag on tender shoulders, ever!
And now, available in both 4-section and 2-section cups. Come try .your
favorite cup type today, and enjoy the wonderfully trim, sure feeling you get in
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