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THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

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PIT PLACES MANY
Plaeenlent! of Teaibers]
In Lover MIfeigan;1
- For Detroit Scl
FEWER PLA CES
Placements to teaching
next year which have b
the .University Bur~eau of.
already number 128. 'Thi
appointments which ha
recorded and others whi
made without the assistai
Sreau.
The majority of plac(
been for schools in thes
i gan, a large percentage
troit and the lower pen
ever, several prospective1
'signed contracts for thei
insular Menominee offer(
cies which were filled.0
state a few have been1
Saway as Missouri and 01
Sschools, junior colleges
are on the list.
hPlacements this year
Sfigure of last due to the
condition of the field. "Iv
acco rdin,g to Miss Marga
b"are teaching aferm
leaving fewer pjositons
were fewer vacancies and
Sments than last year." T
combined with ;the 'act
tendents seemh to be lat
their staffs partially expl
%that' only 128 T ~hbement
made out of 504 calls th
A~ pared with 188 placemen
' calls last year.
HOLD bAt
Due to the recent cha
Open Road tour schedul
Sigan unde~gradudtt a won
for acceptance of one of
open for the trip ' has be
for a few days. All opt
have been in' May 15. S
Swas changed from a mid
/ one including the British
Holland, and Belgium, wi
s taLy at Geneva, the Inter
dent Center, interest h;
d, eveloping .inthe project.
Four reservation~s have
na~e by MajreY illh
Smnither, '21), Helen ~Bro,
Phyllis -Richards, '28, wh
ers are coi~pleting their
~tbo group.

BUHIU!.ichgan"Coed" Defies Paris Edict'of
Feminine Styles For Present Season
IJLI~~lIU Paris says beads, beads, and more when you examine it closely. It is
of them to be used as trimming on the, pleated and split into halves like
Is Principally straight line evening gown. But the trousers; it is a deceptive model if the
Mkanyign coed" on this campus looks Paris in; wearer does not take too long steps.
hoots tile eye and. says: "Give me the plainE She finds it very convenient for horse-j
little perky taffeta for formal wear,-;back riding, too.
4VV ritJand without ornamentation." Three ofI Matching accessories in color seemsI
.v the bouffant taffeta models to one to be an important amusement of the
frock of "perpendlicular" line are sold ,"coed" 'here; but not an inexpensive
g positions for to the women students by the local oe h n-oo ceehsbe
enmdbystores. ij carried out for hats, scarfs, buckles,
Appintent Pais(lelars:-furispasse. The ;and the -like for several months. Now
ere are some "coedl" comes back with "not for me"; (they include shoes, which must be in
not eenand shep continues to display fur trim-' line with the hat and choker beads es-
Lch ofhae been mirlg on her coats, and to make the pecially. Red, ;green, and blue are
small fur choker a necessary acces- equally popular.
eet haesory to her suits. The "coedl" who wears a coat of the
state of Mich- The campus woman puts her thumbs plain tan, brown or blue of other
sbeing in De- down on the Parisian "in-between" !years knows that she is not a la mode,
ninsula. H~ow- dress. She dlemandls the sport outfit, because all around her she sees hterl
teachers have or the "dressy" dress-one or the. sisters wrapped in comfortable loose-
northern pen- other! Of course almost any frock, ly belted coats of novelty plaids and
ed six vacan- that isn't the latter can be classified the mixture weaves. Of course, if the
Outside of the under the name of sports, whichA sat- college girl of fashion must have a
placed as far isfies any particular person. 1plain model, she chooses black, which
llahoma. High Then milady of the Michigan cam- will, fit in very nicely with the pre-
and colleges puts whio professes to be fully eman- valent black and white scheme.
cipated from fashion experts, makes' It. is violet time in Ann Arbor, and
are below the her independence null and void by ap- these royal yet simple little flowers
over-crowded plauding for low necks and short i are not growing "by a mossy stone,
Manypeope,"sleeves after they have firmly estab- half-hidden'to the ee", but are being
~re Ca-ieonlished themselves for the coming sea-il displayed in huge bouquets on the
narriage and son. When announcement yfirst came campus woman's collar. Some of them
open. There out of the return of short sleeves, the are real, and some are factory made-
d fwe plce' college mistress held up her hands in but they all give the same fresh "sutm-
ie e pl c --..-.n-1nIIAnth en ;_tn n r "o m ah - + --1,11.

NEIN MEMBERlS 1EABEict New
MflPIP~flAfl~ or Junior
Iflofty, Unmi--

Officers
Society

N0O T I C ESI at 4 o'clock tomorrow at Newbherry
Tphe Thieta Sigma I Matrix ban- hIn-las track meet to be held to-
quet which was toa1h( held today has day ~vill begin promptly at 4:30 o'clock

III U IIIfuuriIU iA At the election held 'immediately af- i I 7C vJE'i itt $:<1UU *Vtt <<< <<t<
1TUIU I0 Itee Ihe iitijation breakfast Sunday of Cap Night. olhcials-. are a.ked to be on thco fiel
n aninzg at t he Alpha Phi house, Wy- Try~out s f(et ' Ma sijue Ii be hield on timle.
Fifteen junior women will appear illo' oo O~~yfo ih
class rooms this miniuig wearin, "1 wr 1(' :th alOwn fI IIIIIlI 111l1111111111 il Ill Mi11111111IIilnIii iilii1I11I lilt [I! III l1I1fill 1111111i'
mortarboards without g \ whla -cm;poheitMr hie 2,sc
ing that they have rcived; idto A 1 y :ni treasurer, Vera Johnson,---
Mortarboard, senior hn O stjt~ its'OUO' vl aeoe hi
for ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 111. woe.ToeWl)wl o h Id tn; vd at ely. The chairman of
mortarbloard are: Iiiz 7ahl ,,i -t,, .lo- t1e Jmiitw adviserIs syst em will be apl- -
sephine Norton, Atrlene I nwo i th]ipinted1 later bat will come frainthis0 V
Phyllis Loughton, Laura Osgood, Mar- it tFA S .. as i welp s as it Cleans
ian Welles, Evelyn Ogboral, 1Marion 1s neeti
Van Tuyl, Gladys Aippelt, EIle'l ta of Four freshmen women at t-oucher Trehas ever before been aelcrcclean-
Elsie Murray, Mai'gir('ttnl ilaV' l fhiS,3(0.1 Colloge have been suspended ten days _1~ee~a
McKraig, Mar'garetlI31err, II elfan aw - a for smoking.- value as great as the new popular-priced -
n~itiation will be 31(}~I I la1 nio1.[1 MM - H-oover,wvhich makes "Positive Agitation"
ing and will lw follo led Ty hnahis,-t available at a new low price within reach
at te GeenTre In. _ ib~nsCaronsof all. Just think of it! A genuine Hoover
$669.60. Several hounses turned in ~tir' and Supplies foh rc fa ordinary vacuum
profits late whiich inereaso'd the on' 'i, .;iike of b l'e1ri ers. Rapid= cleaner.
in al amount, announced prey iously. to ~rI~I 1 1Iock, insures 'Sbest _
the present figure. i.;l al it, IIOE1 1 raen'lice.
Patronize Daily Av(0. or 1cD. OR I1oLLe 61 . -,
Special
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Will Play
All Matinees DAILY TiWek-
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(Third Floor)'
Is all they can say after seeing~ the picturization of-
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These reasons
that superin-
Lter in filling
lailns the fac
its, have .beeni
his year com- i
ats out of 603
O(+PEN
4l IONSI
ange in the
led for Mich-
men the date
the 13 places
een held over
Lions were to
ince the trip
3-European to
Isles, France,
ith a five day
rnational Stu-,
Zas been fast '
already been
er, '27, Betty .
) w h '2 9 , a n d +
hie four oth-
plans to joij

scorn. oe ouao b e WUOIU cieni ii thm, mery atmosuphiere to any lady's cos-
But now she will have nothing else tume.
wahen she buys a simple pastel slip of
awash-silk in anticipation of coming The final amount netted by the all-
warm days. ' campus bridge parties held at the
And she likes the Suzanne Lenglen [various. sorority houses and dorinitor-
outfit with its skirt that isp't a skirt les two weeks ago, has increased to

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Presentig the Lover of
all Lovers, Inspiredl
By 20 World
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PROFITABLE SUMMER WORK
V With opportunity of getting
' sound business and sales expe-
Srience, is available with reliable
S National manufacturing concern.
SLiberal compensation. Write the
SFuller Brush Co., 411 Wood-
Sbrook Bldg., 5050 Joy Road, De-
Stroit, or phone stu ents Frank
R uensel 6636, or Max Shadley,
- 8565.
Mrs. H. W18. Cake is going
abroad again this summer and
Swill be, glad to meet eleven
youn, Nvrnejincrested in an
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Sprivately conducted, expertly Su-
pervised. PIhone 3597.

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SEASON
Just received one hundred and fifty
dresses from New York City, the
latest styles and all pastel colors;
sizes 14 to 40V values of $11.50 and
$15.00 on sale at

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Come Early
Others at $1 1,50 and $14.90

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"The Best Place to Shop After All"

c A Drama of Love
and intrigue on the high seas
in wh lichi romance, adventure
and thirst for g&lory move
through a series of' spectacu-
lar ep~isodes to a sm ashinigcl m x
Af
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alt nd )v Warren Comedy
m 5V ¢ ' "Just a Husband"
"FELIX THE. CAT"'
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Make
Your Own
BOWS
-or, better still, let us make
them for you without charge.
You can easily make an old
frock appear up-to-date with a
bow cr two made from ribbon
purchased here for a trifle. We
have many kinds and widths of
ribbon in a host of desirable
colors.
Narrow ribbons suggest tail-
ored bows applied in series
1 formation while crisp taffeta

Policy
2:00
3:35t
Bal.
3 5c
M~. F.
50C
Children
15c
7 :00
8:40
Adults
50c
Children
25e

50 Fame os Stars 1000 Pla ers
And(- the screen version treats Lord Byron's
[poem "Don Juan" wvith accurate realism-fromn
;are openifig scene you catch the spirit of this
tanoAus lpersonage and live with him to the
wdhSo mast er fully has thle director hand-
edi the prnoductionl. Signed.
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