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Penny Carnival
To Offer Many
Varied Booths
Special Number, Dancing,
Colorful Decorations To
Be Features Of Evening
The Penny Carnival will offer a
greater variety of booths and better
facilities for dancing than it has ever
been able to give before, Jean Ber-.
ridge, '35, general chairman, an-
nounced yesterday. Plans are com-
plete for its colorful opening at 8
p. m. tomorrow night.
According to Marie Metzger, '35,
booths will line all sides of the gym-
nasium, while the Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall upstairs will be used for
dancing. Virginia Lee, '35, chairman
of decorations, will decorate the hall
with gay lanterns and orange blos-
soms. She has been assisted by
Nancy Johnson, '35, Dorothy Ed-
mands, '34, Betty Scherling, '36, Jean
Heywood, '35, and Patricia Wood-
ward, '35.
Barbara Bates, '35, entertainment'
chairman, has arranged two feature
numbers to be presented during in-
termission. Dorothy Dishman, '33,
is to give a waltz dance number and
one of the trios of the Sophomore
Cabaret, composed of Jean Seeley,
'36, Ernestine Richter, '36, and
Edith Ferrin, '36, will sing.
Those who are to attend are urged
to bring as much small change as
possible as everything may be ob-
tained for a small sum, Beatrice De-
Vine, '35, finance chairman, stated.
Money change booths will be placed
at the entrance of the gymnasium
and the dance floor where coins may
be exchanged for carnival tickets.
Miss De Vine- is assisted by Ruth
Root, '35, Elizabeth Allen, '36, Ros-
anna Manchester, '35, Mvargaret Cul-
ver, '35A, Lucille Betz, '35, Mary Gay-
lord, '35, Alice Goodenow, '34Ed, and
Mary Savage, '35.
The publicity committee, headed
by Marie Murphy, '35, has placed
posters throughout the campu
buildings, distributed handbills to
fraternity houses, and arranged for
short announcements to be made this
noon from the engineering arch by
Gilbert Bursley, '34 Other members
of the committee are Eleanor Blum.
'35, Nina Pollock, '36, and Jeannette

Arranges Carnival

SMany Houses Pledging, Founders' Day Betsy Barbour
Luncheon Mark Week-Enid sBrbu
NV 11 Entertain Chi Omega announces the pledg- Gives Super
r e ing of Dorothy Park, 35SM. Welles- .
This Week-End burg,oW.hS And Musicale
_____BETA PHI
The celebration of Pi Beta Phi
Fraternities and sororities are go- Last night Betsy Barbour enter-
ing tonedbsy rothisek-egwi-hsorority Founders Day and the State
me etindbusygthileekbend we hl ay ine tamed several guests at a buffet sup-
eLeague. The meeting will be held in per and musicale. Among those pres-
Bill Marshall's Band will furnish ahe Grand apids Rooni followed ent were Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs.
the music for the formal dance to- bnByrl F. Backer, Miss Ellen B. Stev-
night to be held at Beta Theta Pi.yt enson, Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Heath, of De- Miss Marion McKinney, teacher of Ethel A. McCormick, Miss Alta B.
troit, will act as chaperons. Al Little, English in Ann Arbor High School, Atkinson, Miss Marcella Schneider,
'34E, is in charge of th party. will act as toastmistress, while Mrs. Miss Ruth House, Miss Dorothy Og-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohler, Anni Frederick B. Fisher is to be the main born, Miss Gertrude Muxen, Dr.
Arbor, will chaperon the informal speaker. Stunts will be presented by ; Helene Schultz.
par ty given by Hermitage Friday. the active chapters of Hillsdale Col- Prof. Orma F. Butler, Prof. Martha
Al Cowan'rrs music will provide the lege and the University of Michigan. G. Colby, Dr. Mabel E. Rugen, Miss
rhythm for the dancers. Harold Toro, Chairman for the committee in Laurie Campbell, Miss Emily White,
'33E, is in charge, charge of the affair is Mrs. Alfred H. Miss Irene Field, Miss Jeannette
At the Phi Gamma Delta dance White, who will be assisted by Mrs. saurborn, Miss Edith A. Barnard,
tonight, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Horn- sWalker V. Marshall, president of the Mrs. M. S. Pargment, Mrs. F. B.
ber 2er will be chaperons. The party kAnn r Alumnae Clu Mr. Al- Fisher, Miss Ruth Pfohl.
is being arranged by Paul Brunt, '35. bert Clark and Miss Marion Wilder, Before the supper the guests were
all of Ann Arbor-

French Play Shown
To Capacity House Where ToGo
Motion Pictures: Michigan. "From
-Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" was H ell to Heaven," Majestic. "King
played last night to a capacity crowd Kong": Wuerth. "Island of Lost
at the Laboratory Theatre. Souls": Art Cinema League presents
Among those who atterded were "The Diary of a Revolutionist,' 8:15
Dr. John R. Effinger, dean of t in. m.. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
literary college; Prof. Emil Lorch, ctUreS: Prof. WIlliam Clark Tow,
director of the College of Architec- "German Education and Ours."
ture: Professor-Emeritus Arthur G. Conert: University of Michigan
Canfield of the Romance Language Band under the direction of Nichohas
department: Prof. Herberi A. Ken.. Pacone, 7:30 p. m. Hill Auditorium.
yon of the Spanish department. and lnors Convocation, 11 a. i, Hill
Mrs. Kenyon: Prof. William A. Mc.. Auditorium.
Laughlin of Romance Languages, Danai g: League Grill. Union
and Mrs. McLaughlin; and Prof. Balloom.
Warner Pattelson of the French de- Exhibits: Ann Arbor Art Ass°-
partment. citajon presents solced paitings
Othes wh attndedwereMrsfromn the Forty-Fifth Annual Ameri-
Others who att2indChed were M -r's.an Art Exhibit from the Chicago
ner, Mrs. Alfred H. White, Dr. B - rnstite, 7 to 5 1. m., Almni
Teior'al Hall.

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raeru, ura mene-z oI Ti e ealnhj
service, M1C. Otto Graf, of the Ger-
man depa:tment, and Mrs. Graf, Mr.
Francis W. Gravit of the French de-
partment and Mrs. Gravit, Prof.
Joseph N. Lincoln of the Spanish
departmernt and Mrs. Lincoln, and
Prof. Charles A. Knudson of the]
French department.

T HE FIF T H AVE NU E
COSMETIC SHOP
(IX rmcr'v int Ae rde
New Location, 309 Sou th State St
(Next to Ma ry Lee Shop)

Jean Berridge, 'k 4Ed., vice-president
of W. A. A., has charge of this year's

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Penny Carnival. Miss Berridge is a David S. Cuiver, '35E, is in chargej
member of Chi Omega sorority. of arrangements for the Phi Kappa
Sigma house party this week-end.
Fiive Initiated Into Dr. M. R. McGarvey and Mrs. Me-
Garvey will be chaperons. Phi Lamb-
Prnal C 3da Kappa is holding an informal
dance tonight with Dr. D. A. Brid-
Five menwere invited into Oi.i- son, and Mrs. Bridson, Ann Arbor,
mron Kappa Upsilon, national hon.- chaperoning.
)rary dental fraternity, at cere- At the spring formal at Sigma,
monies held Wednesday night. A Alpha Epsilon, Pete Blomquist's band
formal banquet at which Dr. 0. W. will play and chaperons will be Mr.
White, of Detroit, spoke, followed and Mrs. Clark Tibbitts. Ned Welch,
the initiaiton. ''35, is in charge.
Those taken into the organization Alpha Omicron Pi will have its
are Edwin T. Rice, '33D, Homer E. spring formal tomorrow night. Mrs.
Faust, '33D, Harry Symons, '33D, lva Anderson, Mrs. Maude Thomp-
Joseph G. Thomas, '33D, and Dr. son, and Mrs. Myra Upham will
White, who was made an honorary chaperone the party. Elizabeth Evans,
member. '36, is planning the dance.
"They are ca t uri gth
f youtg moderrns. .. these
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THETA PHI ALPHA.
Eleanor Blum, '35, will be honored
by the members of Theta Phi Alpha
at a birthday dinner tonight. Daf-
fodils, sweet peas, and yellow tapers
will make up the decoration scheme.
Margaret Phalan, '35, is in charge
of the dinner.

entertained with solos sung by Bar-
bara Bates, '35, and Maxine May-
nard, '35; a harp solo played by
Elizabeth Bell, '36; a harp duet by
Dorothy Batchelor, '34, and Eliza-
beth Bell; a piano solo by Jane Reed,
'36; a song by Mildred Stroup, '36,
accompanied by Elizabeth Bell on
the harp.

SUMMER
NEWS
IN

An Opportu nty Sate
of
in TWO PRICE-GROUPS

FRIDAY
$595

- SATURDAY

NELLY E
DRESS
Lacy Eyelet
So exquisitely
so artistically d
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so reveling in
on tradition a
est quality an
ton! The ca
frills are winso
the shaped skir
is slimming... .
price inviting.

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You've never seen such O xf r

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This Group formerly
Selling to $16.75

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This Group formerly
Selling to $10.95

If you have been waiting for "End-of-the-Season" Prices
on Spring Dresses and Suits you need wait no longer ...
we've made these reductions right in mid-season on
PLAIN and PRINTED SILK DRESSES and SUITS,
WOOL DRESSES and SUITS, including Cape Suits.

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NEW HOSIERY
Chiffon and Service
55c pr. 2 prs. $1

Closing Out - One Special
Group of^5
EARLIER u 7
FROCKS . .

smart leathers and so

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much style.... the new Beige calfskins are lending
their charming presence here also ... Chic brown
and white calf combinations.., and white calf and
pigskin ... and they're just the right price. . . $2
MAIN FLOOR, SHOE DEPARTMENT

7L i/oppe
EAST LIBERTY AT MAYNARD

Other NELLY DON FROCKS to take you smartly
through the day from morning 'til evening are
priced at $1.59 to $10.95.
GODYAS

MAIN STORE
124 South Main Street

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Telephone 4171

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BELIEVE IN SIGNS? If you
ever feel groggy and dopey
early in 'the morning or late
at night, that's a sure sign
that Kellogg's PEP B£ran
flakes are calling you.B
They're the aetive people's
cereal. Crisp and delicious
with milk or cream. Packed
with the famous flavor of
Pep. Chock-full of the good-
ness of wheat. PLUS BRAN!
Mildly laxative.
Enjoy a bowl of beuer
bran flakes at breakfast.
Start that first class with
energy. PEP is a good snack
at night. Get it wherever
students eat. Made by Kel-

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ESCHELBACH MARKET

202 E. Huron

Phone 4150 - 4159

Ann Arbor

Beech Nut Crackers, 3 packages ..........19c9
Blue Bonnet Coffee (Vacuum Packed) .. 25c lb.
Tomato Juice Cocktail, (Beech Nut Brand)
Large Bottl.... 17c,..........3 for 49c
MILK and ICE CREAM

Assure yourself of the best n food by
patronizing the merchants whose prod-
acts are advertised on these pages and'
better quality and more reasonable
prices will be yours.

ARBOR SPRINGS WATE
is bottled in handy 2-quart bottles (6 to the case) for home
use, and in a 5-gallon glass container for office or store use.
Phone 8270 for Delivery
We can also supply you with chemically pure distilled water.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.

416 West Huron

Phone 8270

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PHONE 2-3141-
FOR YOUR FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS
liresh Cream - Cultured Buttermilk

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ndividual
Cream Flower Baskets
tutted with Whipped Cream Flowers
will delight your guests.

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Serve Spring Flowers made of Rich Ice Cren
at Your Next Bridge or Dinner Party.
TRY THIS SPECIAL:
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