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Caps For Senior Class
On Sale For Last Time
T ic final sale of caps for the
"enior class will take place from 2
until 4 p. in. today in the League
undergraduaie office, according to
Ja Allen '33. chairman of the
Toxennictee in charge. A final p-d
r _ J m eat I one dollar" will be due at
_ eflu tis time, Miss Alen s aid.

Tango Class To B,
This Week For

Womnen Urged
To Participate
InAetivitY
Freshian Lantern Dance
Tryouts To Continue
Today, Says Chairman
Tryouts for entertainment at the
Freshman .Lantern Dance will con-
Linue from 4 to 6 p. m. today in the
ballroom of the League, according
to Margaret Ballard, general chair-
man. "We particularly urge all
freshman women who are eligible to
take part in their class activity, to
come to the tryouts today," she
stated. "This. is an excellent oppor-
tunity for all freshmen to become
acquainted and to make their new
project a success."
The entertainment committee par-
ticularly stressed that they desired to
have people who could play either
ukeleles or violins, sing or do any
kind of dancing. To be eligible to
tryout, a woman must have received
no grade lower than "C", and one
"A" or "B" as her first semester
grades.
Committee appointments were
made by the various chairmen at a
meeting yesterday afternoon. Miss
Ballard who has charge of the en-
tertainment committee, as well as!
being chairman, announced that in
addition to two members who have
not as yet been named, the following
compose her committee: Julia Kane,
Jean Royce, and Elizabeth :Howard.
The members of the finxice com-
mittee are Hazel Hanlon, chairman,
Dorothy Armstrong, Jean Howell, Vi-
vian Wienner, and Alice Hannon. The
publicity committee is composed of
Nina Pollock, chairman, Faith Crit-
tenden, Leontine Lewis, Josephine
McLean, and Jean Hamner.
Winifred Bell is chairman of both
the music and refreshment commit-
tees. The members of the refresh-
ment committee are Anne Timmons,
Elizabeth Rich, Betty Chapman, and
Margaret Hiscock. Those on the
music committee are Katherine Yaw,
Elizabeth Greve, Elizabeth Evans,
and IreneMcCausey.

Prince

And Fiancee

arge Crowd
Attends Annual
Military Ball
Scabbard And Blade Holds
Banquet For Committee
Members Before Dance
More than 400 couples danced to
the music of Carl Moore's Orchestra
at the Military Ball Friday evening
in the Union, according to the final
count made by Donald E. Knight,
'33E, general chairman.
Among the features of the evening
that attracted special comment were
the tango exhibition by Bob and
Donna Baker, the silent drill demon-
stration by a picked team from the
Reserve Officers Training Corps, and
the Scabbard and Blade presentation
ceremony. Guests at the party were
unanimous in their approval of Carl
Moore's music and novelties. -
Before the Bail, Scabbard andI
Blade held a banquet for its mem-
bers and their partners, with the
committee members and their part-
ners as guests. The evening was
concluded with a committee break-
fast held in the Union tap room afterj
the dance, at which the officers on
the instructing staff of the R.O.T.C.j
were guests.

KniteS athinmg StisBea
Dresses Show Simmer

Tuesday night's classes in tang
ing will be held this week for
students who wish to enter. accor
ing to Miss Ethel McCormick, soc
director of the League. The nigl
have been changed so that Thursd
is to be faculty night,

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By CAROL J. HANAN
In response to the smiles of the
weather, we expect that it will not
be long before many take to the
water, and, with the idea of the
Barton Pond lurking in the back of
our mind, we have looked with a
:keptical eye at the moth holes in
our last year's bathing suit.
The hand knitted craze that has
pursued us ever since last fall will
be with us this summer, we are told.
jHand knitted bathing suits are going
to be quite the rage, and, with the
"uiistretchable, unshrinkable" prop-
erties that real knitted things possess,
they should really be popular. The
one we saw was in pale blue and
white and apparently pastel colors
are going to be good. Thcy are gmar-
anteed to look exactly the same when
wet as when simply beach bathing.
From a cursory glance at the new
suits it would appear that the one
general idea would be as little as
propriety and authority allow. Straps'
will cross at the most unexpected
angles in back, some meet at the
back of the neck with the advantage
of at least assuring an even tan, and
the brassier and trunks style is still
flourishing.
Instead of beacn pajamas the
really "ultra-ultra" now are beach,
dresses. These are wrap around af-
fairs that generally clasp at the side
with huge wooden buttons. Many of

them bost short capes--ad speak-
ing about capes we expect to se qute
an influx of them for beach apparel
this simmer.
The criterion for beach hats this
year is practically the same-that is,
the bigger the better. Hewever even
they have not escaped the new mill-
inery trend; hence, their "rown: arc
ngi;ble, their tilt is precarious and
their brims ae enormous.
WhernToGo
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Ras-
putin;" Majestic, "Secrets;" Wuerth,
"Hello Everybody."
Recitals: Emil Steva, phnist, 8:15
p. m., School of Music Auditorium;
Thane McDonald and Everett J. Hil-
ty, organists, 4:15 p. m., Hill Audi-
torium.
Lecture: A. J. Elliott, "The Signifi-
cance of College Attitudes," 4:15
p. m., Natural Science Auditorium.
Roller Skating Carnival: tonight,
Ingalls at North University.
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FINE PERFUMES
By the Dram or Ounce
Perfume Blending
'he STI AVE. COSMEfiC S1101P
300 S. State, near Liberty St.

After the

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Skacting Carnival

Stop in the

MVichigan League

Grill Room

for a

COOL DRINK AND A DANCE
AL COWAN AND HIS BAND

-Associated Press Photo
Prince Wilhelm, 26, son of the for-
mer Crown Prince Friederick Wil-
helm of Germanys will be married ir
1Iyto Dorothea .von Salviati, memm-
~cr of an aristocratic Italian family
residing in Germany. The two broth-
ers of the prince, Prince Friedrick,
and Prince Louis Ferdinand, visited
the University last fall and were the
guests of the Delta Upsilon fraternity
during their stay.
Grad te Club
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Underclass Women
Entertain Faculty
Freshmen and sophomore women
of Mosher Hall entertained members
of the faculty at supper Sunday.
Amonlg the guests present were
Prof. Waldo Abbot and Mrs. Abbott,
Prof. Arthur S. Aiton and Mbrs. Aiton,
Prof. Wassely Besekirsky and Mrs.
Besekirsky, Prof. John L. Brumm and
Mrs. Brumm, Miss Anna M. Cam-
eron, Miss Louise Cuyler, Prof. Edwin
D. Dickinson and Mrs. Dickinson,
Prof. Tobias Diekoff and Mrs. Die-
koff, Mrs. Gordan Farrell, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Hahn, Mr. A. Herman,
Prof. Russel C. Hussey and Mrs.
Hussey.
Prof. Horace 'W. King and Mrs.
King, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Long, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Prof. Vincent C.
Poor and Mrs. Poor, Prof. Justine L.
Powers and Mrs. Powers, Dr. Theo-
phile Raphael and Mrs. Raphael, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Reed, Prof. Daniel L.
Rich and Mrs. Rich, Prof. Kenneth
T. Rowe and Mrs. Rowe, Mr. George
M. Stanley, Prof. Charles Stocking
and Mrs. Stocking, Prof. Arthur Van-
Duren and Mrs. VanDuren, Prof. Ed-
munds Wild and Mrs. Wild, Mr. and
Mrs. Mentor L. Williams, and Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph A. Winnacker.

Having had a good turn-out for
last Saturday's party, graduate stu-
dents are planning another canoeing
trip for this Saturday. The party
will assemble at 2:30 p. in. on Angell
Hall steps. They plan to be at the
canoe livery at 3 p. in.
Commodore A. V. A. Pulling will
offer free instruction, and the partic-
ipants are expected to learn, not only
how to handle a canoe, but also uch
hours afloat, the group will stop for
supper along the northern bank of
the Huron River.
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Shop with Ease!
The
Elizabeth Dillon
Gown Shop
in its new location offers
- a smart selection of new
spring frocks for smart
z economy.
520East William
(Formerly at 500 East William)
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White shoes say "chic" in so many
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Book lovers will revel in the wide selection we offer in this ten-day SALE. On trips to Chicago and
New York City recently we were able to purchase thousands of volumes of the finest books published
at greatly reduced prices, which together with our stock on hand will be offered at Startling Reductions.
Commodity and stock prices responded quickly to the promise of inflation and now with inflation
assured, prices of the $50,000.00 stock of quality merchandise to be offered in this sale is indeed an
opportunity which deserves your attention.
You will be able to buy FINE BOOKS, Supreme QUALITY WRITING PAPERS, FOUNTAIN
PENS AND PENCILS, FELT GOODS, LEATHER GOODS, and a HOST of other items too
numerous to mention, at prices which will never be offered again.
Glance at a Few of the Guaranteed Bargains!
POPULAR DOLLAR SERIES OF FICTION (wide selection) .. ._... .......... Now 77c
FINE BINDINGS (the highest art in bookmaking)........... . ........ Now One-Half Off
ALL THE POPULAR LIBRARIES (Modern, Black and Gold, etc.). . Now One-Third Off
Hundreds of New Books on TRAVEL, SCIENCE, BIOGRAPHY, POETRY,
and the LATEST IN FICTION will be disposed of at ............ One-Third Off
REFERENCE BOOKS FOR ALL SUBJECTS, at at a new low price .per VoIumr
EVERYMAN LIBRARY, regularly priced at 90c, now. ....... .. ..... 3 Volumes for $1.00
FINE WRITING PAPERS for every purpose, at reductions of . .... ., One-Third and One-Half
HUNDREDS OF OTHER VALUES WHICH WILL BE OF GREAT INTEREST !
YOU WILL ACTUALLY SAVE DOLLARS AT OUR ANNUAL SPRING SALE !
Your Inspection Cordially Invited

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