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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WTins First

11ace vi Intramural

Swim

Meet

Spring Styles Show [l[ j [J WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WILL CHOOSE
Penchant for Blue, LU U L LL LUII i SEVEN OFFICERS AT ANNUAL ELECTION TQDAY

Beige Combinations

By B.A.C., '34.
Beige and blue. Beige and blue.I
They seem to be having a veritable
color war for first place in the sea-
son's favorite shades. On the whole,
perhaps blue has a little the best
of the bargain. However, beige fol-
lows a close second.
As an argument for beige, we
must tell you about a dress of very
pale beige, triple sheer crepe which
we saw recently. Of course, it had
a high waistline, a tight fitting bo-
dice and a full skirt. But. the most
Ittractive feature of the dress, was
the yoke of a very fine eyelet work,
which extended across the top oft
the bodice, and just over the shoul-
ders. The sleeves were baggy ones,
at least as far as the elbow and
then they were tight fitting to the
elbow.{
However, we mustn't be too par-
till, and we have no. intention of
trying to settle this controversy; so
we must also tell you about a blue
silk suit which was equally attrac-
tive.
It happened to be one of those
intermediate blues which is more
bright than dark, and achieves a
spring-like appearance. The remov-
able jacket had three - quarter
ength sleeves, and the deep ecru
huffs of the blouse were allowed to
show.
The blouse was of a very fine,
ecru batiste, and it also was trim-
med with eyelet work on the deep
,uffs, and the large collar. We{
didn't really mean to stress eyelet
work, yet it does play an important
cart in trimming and is especially
effective when used on the light
weight, pastel materials of spring.
Eyelet work in lingerie touches
also continues to be popular. Lin-
gerie trimming seems to be here to
stay. It is extremely practical, and
may be easily removed and laund-
ered. When used in pastel shades
of lace or net on dark basic tones,'
a pleasing effect is achieved.

Election of seven offices for the and swimming. This year she was
Woman's Athletic Association will a member of the junior class chain-
be held from 8 to 5 o'clock today in pionship basketball team and sheI
I UUniversity Hall. Only active mem is intramural basketball manager
bers of the organization will be able on the W.A.A. board. She was also
-----'to vote, on the inembership committee. She
Thirteen Positions to Be Filled; Chairman of J.G.P. is treasurer of the Woman's Phys-
g ' ical Education club and took part,
Twenty-Eight Women Nominees for the presidency are in the Junior Girls' Play. She was,
Nominated, two in number and their qualifica- also on the finance committee.
tions are as follows: Jean Botsford, Publicity Manager.
C'33, in her freshman year played
BOARD PICKS NOMINEES interclass and intramural hockey, Elsie Feidman was on the publi-
--basketball, speedball, and swim- city committee for the Freshman
Judiciary Council Will Conduct I ming. She danced in the Fresh- Pageant. She placed second in the
man Pageant and was a Lantern indoor golf tournament in 1930.
Voting; SalgeEnsminger Night leader. While a sophomore She served on a committee for the
inCharge. she was swimming manager on the Sophemore Cabaret. She has been i
W.A.A. for the first semester and on the Michigan Daily staff since
All women on campus will vote for the second semester was vice- she was a freshman. In this, her
for thirteen League officers in the president. She was the sophomore junior year, she is one of the pub-
annual elections which will be held representative on the League board. licity chairmen of the Junior Girls'
from 8 to 5 o'clock today at a booth ,She was chairman of the Penny Play, publicity manager of the W.
Carnival, assistant chairman of the A. A., a member of Wyvern, chair-
stationed in University hall. Twen- Sophomore Cabaret. She was a man of tickets for the League
ty-eight women have been named member of the Physical Education spring dinner dance, and has serv-I
by tthe League nominating com- club and participated in hockey, ed on the membership committee
mittee to run for the various of- and swimming. In this, her junior for the W. A. A.
fices, and their pictures will be on year, she is a member of Wyvern, is Others Nominated.
Sgeneral chairman of the. Junior Jean Bentley, '33, and Mary Mar-
ia theGirls' Play and she has participated shall, '33, are candidates for secre-
recognition on the part of the vot- in hockey, basketball, and swim- --_-
ers. ming. She was chairman of decor-
Twenty-Eight to Run. ations for the Pan-Hellenic ball
and also was a Junior representa- o
Nominees for the various posi- nSchool o ursing
tions include Barbara Braun, 33, tive on the League board.
Helen DeWitt, '33, and Catherine Outdoor Manager. i ap i $st
Heeson, '33, for president, Enid Glendora Gosling. '33, entered the /A Profession for the
Bush, '33, and Jane Rayen, '33, vice- University as a sophomore and was College Woman
president, Jane Fauver, '34, and Jo- intramural manager for Jordan intereste& in the modern, scientific
sephine McCausey, '34, recording Hall last year. She has played in- I reencies of social service.
secretary, and Ruth Duhme, '34, terclass and intramural hockey for
and Marion Giddings, '34, treasurer. two years. She is now outdoor BACHELOR OF NURSING
Other positions to be filled on manager on the W.A.A. board and t eeof ledng oygs.cures grao-
the board, and the candidates who is athletic manager for Mosher years of approved college work required
have been put up for them include i Hall. Shc had a speaking part in for admission. A few scholarships avail-
Jane Fecheimer, '33, and Margaret the Junior Girls' Play. eati uas.w
Keal, '33, for senior member of the There are two candidates for The educational facilities o: Yale Uni-
i , , versity are open to quaifia students.
judiciary council, and Ada Black- vice-president: Jean Berridge, '33, $ r c.talog and irztawioIadress
man, '34, Harriet Jennings, '34, and Elsie Feldman, '33. The Dean
Phyllis Swift, '34, and Josephine Plays Basketball. The SCHOOL of NURSING of
Woodhams, '34, two of whom will Jean Berridge did no enroll here YALE UNIVERSITY
be named junior members. until her sophomore year when she NEW HAVEN CONNECTJUT
Council in Charge, participated in interclass basketball - I
Janet Allen, '33, Vinselle Bartlett, ----
'33, Aileen Clark, '33, and Adele ~~
',R ino or,,am-, nnminpnorm___ .d ....III

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tary, and Corrine 'ries, '34, and
Gladys Schroeder, '33, for treasur-
e . For publicity manager Miriam
Carver, '33, and Prudence Foster,

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'34, have been nominated. Anne
Neberle, '33, and Jean Porter, '34,
are candidates for intramural man-
ager and Elizabeth Gribble, '33, and
Katherine MacGregor, '34, for point
recorder.
In order to vote today a woman'
must have earned five W.A.A. points
and also have paid the dollar dues.
Other members of the executive
board will be appointed later.
Commodities valued a t nearly
$240,000,000 were handled at the
Duluth-Superior (Wis.) harbor dur-
ing the 1931 navigation season. The
tonnage totaled more than 26,000,-
000.

Committee Announces
Pageant Credit Rules
Members of the central commit-
tee of the Freshman Pageant wish
to make clear to all Freshman wo-
men participating in the dancing
of this year's production that either
league activity points, W.A.A. activ-
ity points, or gymnasium credit
is required, the choice of which
shall be taken will be left to the
participant.
There are still a few places in the
dances for those who wish to take
part. Any interested are urged to
sign up in Barbour gym and to at-
tend rehearsals dressed for dancing
as soon as they sign up. A sched-
ule for all rehearsals will appear
each morning in the Daily Official
Bulletin.
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DEODORANTS
and
DEPILATORIES
35c Odorono ...........24c
60c Odorono .............43c
50c Heck..............33c
50c Everdry............36c
30c Amolin..............23c
60c Amolin.............43c

FACE POWDERS
$1.00 Houbigants Fleure
Bienamine Powder ....... 49c
79c Bourjois Marie
Antoinette ............49c
50c Luxor Powder ......... 39c

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:1.00 Lucille Buhl Po
in Peche and Sun
only ................

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Tan
.29c

'33, Chosen
Thornton

rwnilg, , are Lie nomnslet s01
the two senior representatives on'
the board of directors, and Margar-
et Allen, '34, Isabel Bonicave, '34,'
Jeanette Detwiler, '34, and Grace
Mayer, '34, for junior representa-
tives. Two sophomore representa-
tives will be picked from a field in-
cluding Barbara Bates, '35, Nan
Diebel, '35, Mary O'Brien, '35, Vir-
ginia Salsbury, '35, and Mary Stir-'
ling, '35.
The elections will be conducted
by the judiciary council which in-
cludes Sallie Esminger, '32, chair-
man, Betty Loudon, '32, Jane Inch,1
'32, Mary Barnett, '33, and Mar-
garet Schermack, '33.

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For the New Season
I-c-stitching-AlIgrations
620 East Liberty Street

35c Mum.

Dial 2-1129

.....24c

JACK ET MODES

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Bill

CREAMS
$1.00 Cotys Creams.......84c
$1.00 Un Air Embaume
Cleansing Cream..,.......74c
75c Noxzema Cream......43c
50c Woodbury's Cold and
Vanishing Cream .........41c
25c Woodbury's Cream in
tubes, 2 for 29c.....17c
50c, Luxor Cold Cream. . .39c
50c Johnson's Baby Cream. .39c
LOTIONS
35c Mack's Benzoin Cream 21c

Clothes That ake

S 60ccMum..............39c
60c Neet ...............36c
50c Zip Cream Depilatory. . 43c
TOOTH PASTES
and POWDERS
Colgates ....... 3 for 51c 18c
Listerine.......3 for 50c 18c

CHIC BEAUTY
SHOPPE
Shampoo and
Finger Wave
50c
PERMANENTS
OIL OR STEAM........ $3.00
DURADENE............ .$4.00
GABRIELEEN.............$6.00
Free bridge pads to our patrons.
Phone 22757
205 Michigan Theatre 'Bldg.

Li~fe .W
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rorth Living

West's, 3 for 43c......15c 35c Allain Strawberry Lotion 28c
Hinds Honey Almond
Kolynos (large)......3 for 92c ..Lotion 31c and......67c
P d..... 3 . f .. 92_ _

No wonder she waves a
gay farewell. Isn't her
traveling bag packed with
the smartest clothes

Uepso en ............. jor C
Pebeco..............3 for 92c

Chamberlains...........34c

Ipana.

$1.00 Pacquins Hand
.3 for 92c Cream............84c

created?

And weren't

they so inexpensively priced she had sufficient of her

budget left to cover multitudes of incidentals?

Be fash-

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A90h.0 75 $ 75

Forhans .................39c
Squibbs .................33c
lodent................29c
Prophylactic... .......27c
Prophylactic Tooth
Powder.............27c
25c Colgate Tooth Powder..19c
TOOTH
BRUSHES'

4 oz. Glycerine and Rose
Water ................19c
SHAVING
SUPPLIES
Gillette Blades....37c and 71c
Probak Blades.............41c
Auto Strop Blades........39c
Mennens Shaving Cream. . .33c

'V I7, vc uz

West's...........3 for 92c Palmolive Shaving
Cream ..............23c

175, 9

Your Sensitive Skin will
he beateil J-__or te gossaner-lile
softness of this exquisgte iusting po w/er
® If fairies spun for you a gossamer Dust it on lightly after your bath.
veil, it could not make a sweeter, Luxurious and delightful at any time,
softer, more exquisite covering than Mist of Dawn Dusting Powder is
Kathleen Mary Quinlan's Mist'of marvelously soothing when you wear
Dawn Dusting Powder. your woolen dresses.
Mist of Dawn Dusting powder
In our Toilet Goods Department

Take One of
These Coats
Chinched-in waist lines, center
closings, buttons, belts . . . all
used to give that smart appear-
ance. Scarfs, collarless, fur col-
lars, and capes . . . Also sports
in imported tweeds and polos ...
/ 75to$8975 t
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Zel Brushes..............37c
Child's Tooth
Brushes, 2 for 25c....13c
TALCUMS and
BODY POWDERS
54c Luxor Body
Powder............34c

Sway Shaving Cream......37c
Williams Cup Soap....... .4c
Williams Aqua Velva.....33c
Colgates Shaving Powder...23c
SOAPS
Palmers Skin Success Soap. 16c
Mack's Hard Water
Soap........12 for 73c
Camay Soap......12 for 79c
25c Henry Rocheau Soap,
assd............2 for 25c
15c jergens Violet Glycerine
Soap ................5c

$1.00 Trejur Body
Powder.....2 for $1.00
Johnson's Baby'
Talc........3 for 41c
Mennen's Talcs,
Assorted......3 for 46c
Colgates Cashmere
Bouquet Talc..........

59c
14c
16c

Milled Hard Water Soaps,
.14c per doz..............49c

Blue Rose
Talc.....2 for 30c 17c
50c Pottery jar lied with Body
Powder ........37c
LISTICKS
510 i stik - -- - - 84c

25c Pall Mall Soap, 4 for 76c
BEAUTY AIDS
25c Powder Puffs.......16c
10c Powder Puffs
3 for -22c...............8c

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25c Roger and Gallet Lip Puffs.......
P nmarn14

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