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THF. MTCHIC.AN DAILY

FRIDAY, n

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"T-1Ji L lr aCTalTat ANi\ 1lAnT.V FRIDAY,..

Prof. Brumm
Talks At Alpha
Nu Initiation
Says Present World Is
Interested Primarily In
Material Affairs
Six men were initiated into Alpha
Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma Tuesday
and were honored at a banquet held
Wednesday night in the Union. Prof.
John L. Brumm, head of the jour-
nalism department, spoke at the
dinner.
The men initiated are Rowe A.
Balmer, '34, Lewis Berry, '36, George
J. Mulligan, '35, Arthur L. Shepard,
'33, Leslie H. Geisinger, r34, and Paul
Cousins, '34.
"College students should prepare
their program for a better world,"
Professor Brumm said, "Man now
engages in a livelihood for material
rewards." He went on to say that
the utopian life would have two
ends: first, to preserve life; and sec-
ond, to perfect life. "What our edu-
cation should do," he stated, "is
help us develop resources which we
would not find in material rewards."
The thing that every student
should learn in college, according
to Professor Brumm, is to use
his imagination correctly.
COMSTOCK TO SPEAK
MUSKEGON, May 18.--(P)-Gov.
William A. Comstock has accepted
an invitation to speak at the ban-
quet of the Associated Press Editors
of Michigan in Muskegon Saturday
evening, June 10.

Radio Entertainers
To Open Ballroom
A large number of radio stars has
been scheduled by the proprietors of
the Sylvan Gardens, Sand Lake, for
the opening of their summer ball-
room, it was announced yesterday.
Besides Del Delbridge and Ray
Gorrell and their orchestra, the
opening night's entertainment will
include Jeane Van Reypen, WJR's
singing star, Jack and Earl of
WXYZ, Will Collins of WJR, and the
Frohne Sisters of the National
BroadcastingrCompany, the pro-
prietors said.
Funeral Services
For Hibben Today
Princeton, N. J., May 18.-(P)-Dr.
John Grier Hibben, president em-
eritus of Princeton University, who
was killed in an automobile accident
Tuesday, will be buried today in
Princeton Cemetery. His grave will
be in President's Row, where all ex-
cept four of his predecessors as heads
of the university lie at rest.
Services will be held in Princeton
chapel Friday afternoon. There will
be no academic procession. The Rev.
Robert Wicks, dean of the chapel,
will conduct services, assisted by Dr.
Charles R. Erdman, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, Prince-
ton.
TYPEWRITERS - PORTABLE
114w, Seaoon-HnDz Rebilt,
ni t1 oorona Noiseless,
Underwood Pal, Erngton .
14SSaeS. Are.
314 S.e State St., Ann Arbor.

Sikorsky Sees Regular through the stratosphere probably Iing between 15,000 and 20,000 feet autogiro, was another airman to re-
Trans-Atlantic li~htS never will become accepted practice.1overhead. ceive a medal from the Franklin so-
TF Sikorsky, here with other inven- He said everything hinges on the ciety Wednesday and he, too, said
PHILADELPHIA, May 18. -(P)- tors and scientists to receive the an- demand, adding that the aviation that he was planning larger and
Although'he feels sure nonstc,:-, trans- nual awards of the Franklin Insti- industry can construct as advanced better craft.
tctgbensivctonsthe tranlsportlassesplanes as business can justify. Build- There is no fundamental reason
Atlantic airplane flights will be op- of 10138 carrying 35 to 50 passengers jutie.Buld
erated on commercial schedules"mger of the largest airplane made in why the autogiro cannot be de-
-traveling between 150 and 200 miles this country, he said he is now work- veloped as a multi-motored aircraft
wtitentfvyas ricruis- ing on plans for a bigger one. to carry half a hundred passengers,
korsky says passenger plane service an hour as fast enough," and'Juan de la Cierva, inventor of the he declared.

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The Greatest Entertainment Value Ever Offered to the Dancing
Public, will be featured at the
GALA OPENING
of Southern Michigan's Largest and Popular Summer Resort Ballroom
SYLVAN GARDENS-SAND LAKE
IN THE BEAUTIFUL IRISH HILLS, APPEARING ONE NIGHT ONLY
Saturday, May 20, Dancing till 3 A. M.
Look at this Array of Stars that will be on hand to entertain you

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featured
today

the
den.

OON'T MAM'
ULAM- YOUR
CLOTW-9..
Some fellows sweat. Some fel-
lows growl. But the wise ones
ar6 changing over to cool, wash-
able, shape-retaining
PALM BEACH
GOODALL, makerso! the cloth,
have tailored them for us into
the smartest suits of summer-
time. For golf, for business, for
evening wear.

DEL DELRRIDGE AND RAY GORRELL
IN PERSON, AND THEIR FAMOUS ORGEESTRA.

.

"BEAUTIFUL" JESSITA
The Platinum Blond Peanut Vender.
Earl Carroll picked her for a Feature
Role in the 1932 Vanities also she
was featured with Doug. Fairbanks
in his picture "Gaucho," Movie-
land's Latest Sensation.
JEA NEVAN REYPEN
W-J-R'sNEW SINGING STAR
The Voice of the Shadows
Whispering 'Will' Collins

JACK and EARL
Sensational Funsters from W-X-Y-Z
and Michi. Radio Network. You'll
laugh at these two boys when they
start giving their impressions of Fa-
mous Radio Stars.
THE FROHNE SISTERS
N. B. C. Artists
New Songs -- New Arrangements
Better Than Ever
DONNA and BOB (Baker)
DANCERS DELUXE

fried deep sea scallops
or
half broiled lobster-
or
fried filet of flounder
complete dinners 50c

$12.50

Wild

&

Co.

Plus other outstanding Stage and Radio Stars
Admission 15c Park Plan Dancing
DANCING SUNDAY NIGHT, MAY 21th
FREE ADMISSION -- PARK PLAN - RAY GORRELL'S ORCHESTRA
Watch for other announcements of Sensational Importance to lovers of High
Class and Real Dance Music and' entertainment coming to Sylvan Gardens-
NOTE: Sylvan Gardens opens forRegular Season Sat., May 27, with Bobby
Woodruff and his Great Band of 13 artists. Featuring Betty Jane Wolfe, Don
Hughes and Geo. Dobbins Jr. - FREE ADMISSION -- PARK PLAN.

"with the tang of the open sea"-
many other good things to eat today
at fingerle operated

On State Street

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READ THE
WANT ADS

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Get Set for

Summer

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THE CAMPUS
FASHION CENTER

BEGINNING TODAY-JACOBSON'S INTRODUCES
A SPARKLING NEW FASHION SEASON .. .
Weeks of Preparation Have Preceeded This Important
Introductory Summer Fashion Event .. .
J ACOBSON Stylist and buyers have viewed, eliminated and
selected from creations of foremost designers and makers
-the superb fashions that comprise this Summer Showing-
FROCKS FOR ACTIVE SPORTS AND SPECTATOR WEAR - FROCKS FOR DAY-
TIME - BUSINESS - SCHOOL AND AFTERNOON WEAR - SWAGGER EN-
SEMBLES - FROCKS FOR "AFTER-SUN-DOWN"-GRADUATION ACCESSORIES

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IN OUR FAMOUS FASHION ANNEX
ARE ALL THE ANSWERS FOR A COLOR-
FUL AND SMART SUMMER CAREER!

Presenting Today -

A BRILLIANT COLLECTION OF

New Summer

* A Conmplete Fashion Service for W omen and Misses-

FROCKS

At Irresistibly Low Prices

PRESENTING TODAY-
Hundreds of Charming
New Summer

$595

$1095

FROCKS-
By Far the Smartest Collection of Last-Minute
Fashion Successes In All Ann Arbor - Created
Epeially for Yof-
-AT' PRICES ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT !

Were Never So Charming !
CoIton Frocks
PIQUES .. .GINGHAMS ... BATISTES
ORGANDIES . . . SEERSUCKERS . .
SHIRT FROCKS . . . COTTON KNITS
AND COTTON LACES-
'2.95.and 3.95
Cottons have come into their own this
year. You can buy them for every hour
of the day and at these low prices you
can afford to have them for almost
every occasion.

In Our Famous
FASHION ANNEX

Sparkling With Newness-
Just the Frocks You'll Be
Happy To Wear For Every
S-mer Occasion-

NEW SILKS
NEW COTTONS
LINENS!

$16.75

-- $19.75

N'Ew SHEERS . . . SWAGGER ENSEMBLE EFFECTS -
FOR DAYTIME, LUNCHEON, THEATRE, DANCING,
AND EVENING . . . SPECTATOR SPORTS FROCKS . . .
CREPES ... SHEERS.. . . WASHABLE PASTELS & PRINTS
Here Are the Fashions That Are Now Being
Featured In the Leading Style Institutions
on Fifth Avenue - New York. -

Copies of m
Expensive
Fashions -
You'll Agre
Price Tags
Just As Deli
ful to the E

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A nd r > 'n}
the
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WHITE
COATS-,
Come now and

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