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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCI ETY

RUDOLPH'S
BEAUTY SHOP

for.
GRADUATION
AND SHOWERS
fhe latest in-
LUNC IEON SETS
BRfDGE SETS
FANC-Y HAND-
IiERCHIEFS

Discussion Of
'34 J.G.P. To
Be Held Today

Attractive For Sun Hunters And Swimmers

Week Finds Many Sororities
Ending Term's Entertainment

Shampoo & Fingerwave 50c
PERMANENTS

CroquignQle
Gabrieleen
Frederic
Eugene
Artistol

5.00
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Meeting Concerned
Possible Use Of
By Non-Student

With
Play

"Decisions will be made this after-
noon affecting next year's Junior
Girls' Play that require the attend-
ance of at least one representative
from every sorority and dormitory,"
Barbara Sutherland, general chair-
man, announced last night.
At a general meeting of sophomore
women to be held at 4:15 today in
the League substantial changes in
the type of play, the organization,
and the financing of the play will
be discussed and decided upon.
Dean Alice Lloyd and Russel Mc-
Cracken will speak briefly on some
of the important phases of the play,
and will suggest the possibility of
not using a student manuscript for
the basis of the play.
Marion Giddings, '34, author of
"Love On the Run," 1935 Junior
Girls' Play, will have some valuable
suggestions to make for those in-
terested in writing a play. The chair-
man of the play this year, Frances
Manchester, '34, is to be present to
offer several ideas as to the .organ-
ization that would be most success-
Margaret Phalan
Awarded Trophy
Margaret D. Phalan, '35, was for-
mally presented the Theta Sigma Phi
Journalism Cup for 1932-33 in a
lrief ceremony yesterday in the
League. The cup, given annually to
the woman student "who has done
the best work of any sophomore on a
student publication," was presented
by Eleanor Mann, '34, retiring presi-
dent of the journalistic sorority.
Miss Phalan, who is a night editor
on the women's staff of The Daily,
has had considerable journalistic ex-
perience. She edited a high school
publication in her home, Erie, Pa.
She was elected Monday night to1
the presidency of Athena, national
women's literary forensic society, and
is vice-president of Theta Phi Alpha
sorority.
Where To Go
Dramatic Season: "Design for Liv-!
ing," 8:15 p. m., Lydia Mendelssohn1
Theatre.1
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Lux-
ury Liner;" Majestic, "Privatee
Jones," "The Past of Mary Holmes;"
Wuerth, "Too Busy to Work."
Concerts: . Organ recital, L e t a
Musgrave, 4:15 p. m., Hill Auditor-
ium; Students' recital, Jane Carlton,
'35S, And Charlotte Whitman, '35,
pianists, and Helen Gray, '34, so-
prano, accompanied by Jane Law,
'34SM, 3 p. m., 305 School of Music
Building; graduation recital, Romine
Hamilton, 'Grad.SM, violinist, ac-
companied by Jack Conklin, 8:15 p.
m., School of Music Auditorium.
Lecture: Annual Hopwood Awards
lecture, Max Eastman, 4:15 p. m.,,
Union ballroom. Announcement of
winners of Hopwood Awards will be
made.
Exhibition: Water colors and pen-
cil drawings by Prof. Roger Bailey,
9 a. m. to 5 p. m., Architecture
Building.
DOUBLE YOUR
DOLLAR'S WORTH OF
FUNS

FOLLOW THE "50 TIMERS"*
for a LOW-COST
SUMMER in EUROPE
*Peoplewho have traveled across theAtlantic
50 times or more via the White Star Line.
AS SOON as you step aboard for an
ocean trip your vacation dollar be-
,gins to grow ... When you follow the
"50 Timers" on a European vacation,
you're all set for the time of your life-
at the lowest travel cost in years!
And when you follow the" 5 0Timers,"
you are going on the ships chosen by sea-
soned seagoers, who know travel-and
have chosen White Star's mighty liners
50 times and more! Here are the ships
they choose: The Majestic, world's largest
ship; faimous Olympic; Georgic (new) and
Britannic, England's largest motor liners;

Sororities on campus are ending
their semester's entertainment this
week with a number of special din-
ners and luncheons.
ALPHA DELTA)PI
Alpha Delta Pi will honor its pat-
ronesses, its alumnae and the Moth-
ers Club of Ann- Arbor at a buffet
supper tonight.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
The seniors of Alpha Gamma Del-
La will be entertained at a dinner to-
night by the other members of the'
sorority.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Miss Marian Smith of Chicago is
a house guest of Alpha Omicron Pi
this week.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Mrs. H. H. Seeley and Mrs. C. J.
Lyons will entertain the senior mem-
bers of Alpha Xi Delta at a dinner
tonight.,
KAPPA DELTA
The members of Kappa Delta en-
tertained thirty couples at a tradi-
tionalMemorial Day breakfast dance
Tuesday, for which- Max Gail and
his band played. Table decorations
consisted of place cards , spring
flowers and tapers.
Miss Bettina Rightmire of Detroiti
was a guest at the sorority Tuesday.
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi honored Jeanne Whit-

man, '33, with a shower Monday
night after the regular business
meeting. Miss Whitman's approach-
ing marriage in July was the occa-
sion for the party.
THETA PHI ALPHA
The senior members of Theta Phi
Alpha were presented with gifts at
a spread held Monday night. Marie
Heid, '35, was in charge of the affair.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha held initiation for
Marion Campbell, '36, of Pittsburgh,
Pa. The ceremony which took place
on Sunday morning, was followed by
a special breakfast.

All permanents guaranteed
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Ann Arbor

THE WHITE FLANNEL

SEASON

IS HERE!

-Associated Press Photos
A suggestion for a swimming suit to be included in the new sum-
iner outfit is offered by Lona Andre of the films. It's one of 1933's
latest models.

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Mathes To Act On I
Brige Committee
John C. Mathes, League bridge di-
rector, has been appointed to serve
on the committee for the first annual'
Michigan Contract Bridge Tourna-
ment, it. was announced recently.
The tournament will take place June
1, 2, and 3 at the Hotel Statler, De-
troit.
In conjunction with this, a State
association of contract bridge play-
ers will be formally organized and
officers elected. Dr. Thaddeus Wal-
ker, district governor of the United
States Bridge Association will act
as temporary chairman.
For those players who cannot
spare the time to play in a cham-
pionship event or who feel that they
have not had sufficient experience
to do so, there will be open games
Thursday and Friday afternoons and
evenings and a consolation game
Saturday.

Exhibit Of Rare Books
On Display In Library
An exhibit of many of the valu-
able books from the Library's rare
book room is now on display in the
lobby of the General Library.
Contained in the display are rep-
resentatives of the Library's special
collections of payryi, manuscripts,
incunabula, and interesting volumes
from the various collections.
CHURCH PLANS SUPPER
The May supper committee will
serve the supper planned for Thurs-
day evening at the First Methodist
church. The affair is for members
and their friends and will be followed
by a social evening.
100 ENGRAVED CARDS
and PLATE $2.25
- Any Style -
DAVIS & OBILINGER,
109-111East Washington St.
Phone 8132 Second Floor

Cleaning and Pressing
of WHITE FLANNELS
is a SWISS specialty

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Dresses For
Washable
Crepes
$4095

Phone 4191

G arm~ent GCann
209 South Fourth Avenue 7051/2 North University Avenue
C. H. SCHROEN - F. P. HALL - ERWIN W. SCHROEN

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Sensational Sale Starts Today
LASTING UNTIL CLOSE OF SCHOOL
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN THE FACE OF A RISING MARKET
This sale offers an unusual opportunity to select Graduation Gifts of
permanent value at prices insuring unprecedented SAVINGS. Also, with
our large stock of FICTION and NON-FICTION, including recent
shipments of new books, an unusual opportunity is presented to stock
up on interesting books for the summer vacation camp or cottage.
The Popular Dollar Books ..... .........Now 77c
New and Unusual Fiction, . now One-Third and One-Half Off
Modern Library. reduced from 95c to 69c
Everyman's Library, ........ . reduced from 75c to 35c
Black and Gold Library ...... reduced from $2.00 to $1.59
FINE BINDINGS ................ Now One-Half Off
All Juvenile Books ........ ...One-Third and One-Half Off
All Reference Books (originally priced up to $4.00) ........
......... .. ..........Now all on price, 40c per volume
A HOST OF FINE GIFT SELECTIONS, YOU WILL ADMIT ! !
ALL FINE WRITING PAPERS, Now. One-Half and One-Third Off
Take home a souvenir of the college year to the youngster in your family
ALL NOVELTIES . One-Half Off--as well as all Michigan Felt Goods
For many obvious reason, it is to your advantage to shop in either of our
two stores during the remainder of the time you are in Ann Arbor.
REAL VALUES - REAL SAVINGS

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These
for ever
tennis,
travel w
waist fr
tailoring
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the sum
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'y daytime activity -
golf, afternoon tea and
ear. They're the "shirt-
rocks" - simplicity in
g- pastel shades and
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imer wardrobe.

Sies 12 to 18

and a per fect match to wear
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