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ENT OU LEAD1 FUR
ANNlUAL PROCESSION

ON PALMER FIELD
Semi-Final Matches
to Be Played Today

Have Ordered
Will,'Meet
Tonight.

GUEST S ATTEND
INFORMAL PARTY
Jordan Hall Entertains Faculty;
Hope Eddy Offers Program.
Jordan hall held the first of a
series of informal suppers for the
faculty Sunday night. Margaret
Mix, '1 president of the hall and
Malvina Lemmle, grad., were in
charge of the arrangements for the
affair.
Miss Inez V. Bozorth, director of
Mosher Jordan halls, Miss Isabell
W. Dudley and Miss 'Elizabeth De-
Vol, assistant directors of Jordan
hall, with the senior and graduate
residents entertained the guests.
'he informal plate supper was
served in the smaller of the twoJ
dining rooms of the hall. The guests
were seated at the stables in groups
of six. Roses on all the tables and
attractive place cards added to the

Will Wear,

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In conjunction with the Lant-
ern Night festivities, two semi-
final tennis matches will be held
at 4 o'clock today on the tennis
courts at Pa mer Field. The first
match, will be between Doris
Clarke, '34M, and Sarah Bond,
'32. The second match will be
between Celine Smith, '32Ed, and
Virginia Watson.

:
Teams, Individuals May Sign
in Barbour Gymnasium \
Until Wednesday.
An extension in time of entrance
has been granted in the archery
I tournament sponsored by W.A.A.
to be held May 27. The names of
entrants must be left on Miss Hart-
wig's desk in Barbour gymnasium
no later than Wednesday morning.
1 All organized houses may enter'
a team of two as well as individual
contestants. Though there is no
limit to the number of individuals
who can enter from any one house,
there may be but one team com-
peting. This contest is open to all
members of dormitories, sororities,
and league houses.
The first round of the tourna-
ment will be held from 3 to 6
o'clock tomorrow afternoon on the
archery range at Palmer field. A
Columbia .R o u n d, consisting of

raaiions o
uiversity of I
ors, sopho-
1l gather at
the Palmer
itern NightI
be at 7:30
a luncheon'
ant.

'.

TWO TEAMS WIN
RAQIRAI I GAMES

festivity.
Hope Bauer Eddy sang a group
of songs which comprised the en-

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ei IIUL U IlLL Ui11VI LU tertainment for the supper party. twenty-four arrows, shot at dis-
ed Some fifty guests attended. tances of 30, 40, and 50 yards from
a Betsy Barbour and Jordan Hall the target will be shot. There will
ar Defeat Kappas and Martha be some arrows available for the
nd ii contestants at Palmer Field HBoas,
an .l gs" -gH L but the committee in charge recd-
m- ,nimends that these who plan to
Yesterday afternoon four teams shoot provide their own arrows, as
participated in the elimination IIIVI [_AilVIIINIthe supply on hand is very limited.
games of the intramural baseball, Five intramural points will be
ors tournament. Kappa Kappa Gamma, .iven for each single entrant; ten
by Betsy Barbour, Jordan Hall and Treasure Hunts, Special Rides points for a team. Winners of first
n. Martha Cook were represented. for Members Featured place will gain 100 intramural
ns, At 4:30 Martha Cook p a y e d During Year. points for their houses, while those
ial against the Jordan 1 team. The lat- Drn er in second paewl.. eev 0 h
'31, ter were victorious by a score of -place will receive 50. The
vill 7 to 2. The pitching of Esther La The horse show and riding ex- bouse aring the greatest num-
en Rowe, '32Ed, for the winning group hibition which is being planned by ber of points will receive a cup.
ht was excellent. the Pegasus riding club is sched- Following the round Wednesday,
ne. At 5 o'clock Kappa Kappa Gain- uled for Friday afternoon, May 27. there will be continuous shooting
les ma played against Betsy Barbour. At this exhibition, stunt riding, from 3 to 6 o'clock for about two
i:i The Kappas were defeated by a feature form riding exhibitons, and weeks, until the tourney is com-
score of 7 to 4. Haddie Soupe, '32, various novelties will be presented. pleted, announced Miriam Carey,
pitched a very fine game for Betsy The show is open to the public and '33, W.A.A. manager of archery.
he Barbour. She struck out three peo- will be. given in the empty field be- These archery contests have been
he ple) in a row in the first inning. hind the women's League building held each spring and fall for the
Eby,.'33Ed, of the same team played on Twelfth street. past two years and have been very,
il very well also. The horse show, which is spon- successful.
als This afternoon at 5 o'clock Delta sored by Pegasus will give some ---
Gamma will play against League II idea of the work which is done in PARIS-(IPP)--Parisian women are
in the tournament at Palmer field. the club. Throughout, the year carrying real fiowers in their hand-
The winner;- of this game and Betsy there have been treasure hunts, and bags this spring. The fiowers are
rs Barbour and Jordan I, the winners -special rides for the members be- tucked into one end of an envcl-
en of the games played last night will sides the regular rides for instruc- ope bag. They match .the lining of
. meet for the semi-finals and finals tion. the bag and the costume acces-
Ln sometime this week or next Mon- Membrs of the club have been sories.
day so that the tournament can be training for the exhibition for some----_
.er completed be Ere the banquet next weeks. The last rehearsal for the
n Tuesday. show will be at 6:45 'WednesdayAP
nt The tournamecnt has been under ,evening. a R
wo the direction of Miss Hassinger, in-f
g- structor of physical education, and TYPEWRITER is conveniently packed in cases ofs
of Marian Gimmy, '31, W.A.A. baseball REPAIRING 5-gallon bottles
'o manager. The games have all beenAlmaeofacis.'H NFO
vn umpired byhmajor students inthe makes of machine PHONE 8270 FOR
h_ Our equipment and per.
physical education department. . o n n'e 1aare A aW aV w
amngth bsti th State. The resultn a

PARIS H AS LONG CO
A FINE ART; fHEN
Deigners kollon' Trenid of Art;
Keep Their Creations
in Symp athy.
"Since the ixteenth century,
when Catherine de Medici dressed
dolls for amusement and sent them
throughout lr op as representa-
tiv:'s of thenmode°s of her court,
Paris has set the dress styles of the
world," states Mr. Francis Dickie in
a recent article in the Windsor
Magazine on "Thwarting Sty 1e
Thieves."
"l.ior than 200 years later Cath-!
erine's idea was adopted more prac-
tically. Dolls magnificently dressec
by the most noted designers were
i sent to Rome, London, and St. Pet-
ersburg, and the ladies of the Court
of St. James and in the Czar's pal-
ace ordered their costumes from1
seeing these inanimate wearers. Tom
day live mannequins are at times
sent by aeroplane from Paris," he
continues.
Paris Always Leads.
"Paris has always led in this
great art industry because every
modeliste worthy of the name has
a wide knowledge of painting,
sculpture, and the theatre. They
keep in touch with the trends in all
arts, and possess as well a wide
knowledge of the past. They are'
constantly going back through the
ages for old ideas to mingle with
the new," Mr. Dickie affirms.
Certail unscruplous people are
always attempting to steal the out-
lines of completed masterpices
Sometimes they are successful.
However a careful watch is kept. If
the cheap copies of unique styles
do go on sale before the legitimate,
buyer can place his reproductions
on the maket a great dhal of
money is lost.
First Showing is Event.
"When a dress collection is ready
for its first showing the event is as.
important as the first night of a
Only certain members of the press
1 T"" ,,
KILLINS GRAVEL
COMPANY
Tfelephone 7112
six 2-quart bottles for home use and
S for office use.
QUICK SERVICE
chemically pure distilled water.

NSJDE RED DRESS
ICE ITS SUPREMACY
and various notabilities and per-
sonal friends of the house are in-
vitad. Invitation cards are careful-
ly scrutinized upon entering," he.
says.
"The mannequins -begin their'
parade. Just before their entrance
each guest is presented with a large
card and a small pencil. The name
of each dress is printed on the card,
with a small blank space opposite
for notes, and upon which request,
may be made for latter illustra-
tions. No one is allowed to bring
out any notebook or to use any
paer but the card supplied," Mr.
Dikestates.
Collection open to Buyers.
"On the following day the col-
lections are open to the view of the
buyers who come from all over the
world. Individual clients are rare-f
ly admitted until the orders of the
trade buyers have been completed,"
he asserts.
"Dress creation is an art just as
much as painting, books, sculpture,
or music. The fashion creators can
only keep up their reputation by
the originality of their models,"
Mr. Dickie concludes.

Basketball Throw,
and High Jump,
Dash Are Ev

Music Group Pledges
T wo Freshmen Women
Sigma Alpha Iota musical soror-
ity ahnounces the pledging of Helen
Carol Clarke, '34SM, of Zeeland,
MVichad Sarah Place, '34SM, of

RESHMAN CL
INkS TRACK I

Freshmer' proved to be
torious class today in ti
meet which the major sc
Physical Education held y
morning at Palmer field.
The sophomores placed
juniors, third and the senic
in fourth. +
There were only four eve
High jump, progressive bro
the basket ball throw, anc
yard dash. Average time
class on the dash was: Sop:
7.5 seconds; freshmen, 7.62
juniors, 7.9 seconds; and1
iors, 8.1 second.
Individual scores were ta
in the dash. The three bes
were: Grace Meyers, '34, w
pleted,it in 6.8 seconds; Je
ford, '33, with a time of 6.9
and Elizabeth Cooper who
exactly 8 seconds.
Although the freshmen v
torious, the sophomores
closely with only .7 of a p
ference in the final scoro.
I..

F RENCH SUMMER
SCHOOL
Residential Summer School
{ o-educational) in the heart
r o f French Canada. OIL
Country French staff. Only
French spoken. Elementary,
ntermediate. Advanced. Cer-
tificate or College credit,
French entertainments, sight
S"eig,.sports, etc.
Fee $140, Board and Tui-
tion. June 25-- J u 1.y 30.
Wr ite for circular to Secre-
tary, French Piummer School.
McGILL UNIVERSITY
Montreal - - Canada

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Detroit, Michigan & Walkrerville,
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WASHINGTON
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LAST 4 DAY
OF THIS BIG

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Expert Shoe
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es leaving their'
and continuing
to form the "V"
Formed.
gain the seniors
again separating
ight and left
ge of the fresh-
>re lines. They
ide of the double
11 pass their lan-

WISCONSIN--Young women at
Wisconsin are much interested in
dancing. Wisconsin has the distinc-
tion of being the only university
which awards a degree for a course
of study centered about the dance.

" a a ase ae considered
among the best in the Mtate. The result
,f twenty years' careful building.
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by lemac process
We Call for and Deliver
Phone 7373

ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
416 West Huron Phone 8270

SELLING OL
2, 3, 4, dollars worth of r
disc selling for the price
dollar. Every thing, must

114 South State St.

Phone 6615

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les again the back
ors will about face
their lanterns out-
homore and fresh-
front. At the same
Lae lines of fresh-
face and complete,
a the ceremony will
atil Wednesdatv
ae time.

GREPA RI N-G
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HALLER 'S
Stote Street jewelers

SPE CIA LS a t
ANN STREET DRUG CO.
1117 East Ann Street

40c P. b. & Co. Shaving Cream . ...
$1.00 Gem Micromatic Razor and
Blades . . . . .
25c West Tooth Paste, 2 tubes for...
25c Colgates' Tooth Paste, 3 tubes for

25c
85c
25c
50C

75c Three Flowers Face Powder .
3Boxes I otex . . . . .

. ..60C
$1.00

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Decoration Day
and After

Smart Frocks

L a dies' Silk
Hosiery, guar-
anteed $2.0
values go at . .

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Corsets, Corselttes,
Brassieres at prices
heard of before.
Kleinerts Dress
Shields, 50c
values, pair .. q

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Quality Portraits
"Yes," Michigan students you still
have time to have that Portrait made
at Mack & Co., before school closes.

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Ladies'
Blouses .....
Silk.
Parasols ......
All
Notions C
French Panties
and Step-ins go
at..........

All
wear
'z

$1

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You need
come in.

no appointment. Just

Wherever you go on the
can be~smartly dressed for the

A SOCIAL STUDY TOUR
IN THE SOVIET UNION
26 DAYS in die U. S. S. R.
educational and instructive-t-visiting the cultural and indus-
trial centers-special emphasis on social life of the people.
INCLUDING;
LENINGRAD MOSCOW KHARKOV KIEV

THE LARGE 11x14 SIZE ... $1.00
BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTING $1.00,
ALSO THE MOST POPULAR SIZE
8x10, 3for . . . . . $2.00
Come in this week and you tor will be surprised
at the quality we make.

Decoration Day outing you
occasion in these new wash
shades, embroidery trimmed

Ladies' Aprons,
50c values....

silk frocks.

White and pastel.

jackets in corresponding shades

ALL SIZES

Ladies' Sc
50c to $:
Values up to
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