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'MOST DANGEROUS'
IN BARBOUR9 gyM
Martha Graham Will Talk onr
°4. Forms of The Dance This
Morning.
Martha Graham, celebrated Am-
erican dancer, who is appearing in
recitals in the Dramatic Festival
here, will speak to all women in-
terested in the dance at 8 o'clock
this morning in Barbour gym, ac-
I1cording to an anonuncement by
Miss Emily White, instructor in the3
physical education department.
Miss Graham wil discuss trends
In the dance today, change in the
movement during the last few
years, and will speak on her trip
>_::......__to the Mexican tribes, where she
Associated Press Photo hopes to assimilate some of the
primitive forms of rhythm. She
Carol Burgeson of Duluth, Minn., will discuss why she chose this par-
was chosen "most dangerous co-ed" ticular locality for her study, and,
by Northwestern university stu- what new attitude she hopes to
dent , but she explained that if she bring to her work.
told why she won she wouldn't be Anyone interested in the dance
dangerous anymore. is invited to attend the lecture.
ANNUAL CEREMONIES TO FEATURE
LAST FUNCTION FOR SENIOR WOMEN
Engaged, Married Women Will candle ceremony. All married sen-
Hold Center of Stage in iors blow out lighted candles when
Festivities. they are passed around. Women
Ftiewho plan to be married within the
coming year stand up and walk
The Senior Breakfast which will around their chairs.
take place Saturday morning June In previous years, there has been
18, is the culmination of the year presented after the breakfast, the
for senior women. It is the last traditional senior play.
occasion at which graduates are J________
present in a body. A srla e iit
For more than twenty years, Australian Feminists
Michigan women have held this Initiate New College
annualbreakfast, until it has be -I_
come one of the noted traditions A movement for the establish-
of the campus. I ment of a college to train girls to
Among the highlights of the af- become happy wives and mothers
fair is the traditional announce- has been initiated by Australian
ment of engagements and mar- feminists. "This," they declare, "Is
riages. Lemons are passed around I the only successful career that
to women who have become engag- leads women to happiness."
ed during their college careers, and

CAST OrF CNIA
MEETSSTUDENTS,
Miss Collins and Mr. Henderson
Give Act From Anatole;
Tea Served.
"It is the wish of the Dramatic
Association to give the Students
who are planning to either act or
write for the professional stage an
opportunity to meet the actors and
actresses who come to Ann Arbor,"
stated Robert Henderson at an ex-
hibit at the Play Production Thea-
tre yesterday afternoon. For this
reason, an informal exhibit was
given.
Miss Patricia Collins with the
help of Robert Henderson, gave a
short scene from "Anatole," a play
in which she starred last year in
New York. She gave a slight intro-
duction, explaining what the set-
ting should be. The short scenej
was given entirely without proper-,
ties or costumes.
After the short act, tea was serv-
ed in the lobby of the theatre, and
everyone was given an opportunity
to meet Miss Collins and the rest
of the cast playing in "Candida."
INDIANA STUDENTS
PLAN EXCITEMENT
Women to Alleviate Dullness
of School Year by Various
Summer Adventures.
Co-eds of the University of In-
diana must have a dull time of it
during the school year. At least
they seem to plan unique vacations
to make up for the usual lack of
excitement. Optomistic sophomores
are planning to work thei way
across the Atlantic by waiting on
tables on an ocean liner. Others
are going to do the same sort of
work in Yellowstone National Park.
More athletically inclined members
have arranged fishing trips through
the Canadian lakes and speed boat
practice on the Wabash river to get
tin trim for the Labor day races.

SUMMER STYLES COMBINE DEMURE,
DARING IN INTERESTINGMANNER
Girlie' Organdies, Cellophane tumes, that many of us started to
Fad, Are Highlights in save cellophane wrapers and make
New Mode. them ourselves.
The latest accessory to make its
By Carol J. Hanan arrival in this very modern field
Have you discovered those "girlie, has been shoes. Cellophane shoes
girlie" frocks that are so grand for for sport wear look as though they
summer nights? They keep to brief were woven out of straw except the
sleeves and wide wide shoulders surface is shinier. They are usually
and have a Victorian quality about all white or trimmed with red or
them that smart young moderns blue, and they have a coolness and
know is flattering, a. lightness of appearance not usu-
One we thought very lovely was ally found in the straw sandal of
of all white net, but what made it last year,
particularly charming was a dimin- It is not surprising, then, what
uitive jacket of the same material with foot-wear won over, that hand
that had huge balloon sleeves end- bags should also follow the general
ing just below the elbow. Another trend of the fad. These bags com-
frock of net had sleeves that had bine the woven effect of straw with
the off-the-shoulder look and .had the polished, "new" look of patent-
tow upon row of tiny ruffles that leather. Many of the smartest
made the sleeves look high and shops are showing cellophane bags
stiff and very quaint. Then there's and sandals in matching weaves
a reflection of a by-gone age in a and hues. They are extremely smart
pale yellow net frock worn over a with one's spectator sports cos-
matching yellow taffeta slip and tume.
trimmed with numerous rows of
shirred net.
Paris proclaims velvet jackets for
summer chic to top the smart
dancing frock. One that we thought THE
particuarily effective was of green
transparent velvet a nd barely
reached the waistline. Its shortness
was accentuated by the enormous se
balloon sleeves and the slim shawl
collar. Wear it over any of these Gives you
summer gowns with success.
It's been a cellophane year. Cig- - t
arettes started it with their air-
proof packages, candy factories CREPES-
took it up and now Dame Fashion ROUGH
has discovered it. Accordingly, the CHIFF
cellophane hat made its entree and
the shiny polished surface ran ino 1, 2 and 3-pc.
compitition with the intricately A golf or i
woven straws for popularity. Belts A good choice
started appearing then in the same sizes
material and the results were so
clever, especially with sport cos- Late Spri
and Early S
HAT
- ~Priced for immrn

NOW YOU CAN BUY THE SAME
QUALITY
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
At Greatly Reduced Prices
100 HOSE NOW
79c and up
A full line of Silk Lingerie, moderately
priced.
Slips from $1.00 up
CAMPUS SHOPPE
229 South State Street at Liberty

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117 S. Main St.
SWeek-End Specials
$1.00 "Kayser" P9-

GLOVES
SILK NET
HOSIERY
SHEER PICOT TOP
and Serivce Hose
that wear!......

Pair
46c
CHIFFONS
67c
Pair

New Shoes for
Graduation
Styles that will add beauty

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2

I and grace to your gradua-
tion frock.

White Shoes

$ .95
to,
$5.95

DECREED BY
THE HEIGHT OF

SHOE STYLISTS
SUMMER FASHION

No matter what color your summer outfit may be, there will be no
question about the shoes. They will be white, of course, whether for
active or spectator sports, teaing, shopping dining or dancing! As to
materials the best bet is linen mesh. P. S. Our linen shoes are guar-
anteed to wear and insure perfect satisfaction.
Mack's Two Low June
Sale Prices

$4.95

$6.95

The SULTAN - White T-strap
sandal. White kid and linen mesh
with open shank ...........$6.95

The TRUHART-White kid and
linen mesh pumps. Very cool and
perfect fitting ....... 6.95
The WALES - White wales tie,
white kid toe and heel. Vamp and
qvarter white arabesque . $....$6.95

Pumps of kid and suva mesh
are extremely popular this year.
Their light weight and airiness
makes them such.
As illustrated in white kid with
suva mesh. T-Straps meet the
favor of many.
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