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April 26, 1935 - Image 7

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George Dufy's Band Will Play For Military Ball Tonight At

Tp'p ( y ,y

R.O.T.C. To Give
Surprise Sti ts
AtAnnual Af fair
Don Lyon, Delbert Hesler
Will Lead Grand March
At Colorful Dance
Members of the R.O.T.C. are spon-
soring their annual formal dance at,
the Union tonight featuring the music
of George Duffy's Orchestra. The
band, which has been playing at the
Mayfair Restaurant in Cleveland and
over the NBC network, is making the
Ann Arbor engagement a stop in an
extensive tour. Marjorie Black is theE
well-known singer who is the soloist
with Duffy.
Th& decorations for the affair will
be unique this year in that they fea-
ture an arrangement of colored lights,
in the modernistic manner. Red,
white and blue are used to give theI
patriotic touch. An additional attrac-
tion is being planned by the commit-
tee in the form of a special stunt,
the nature of which they refuse to re-
veal. There will be the traditional
presentation of the new initiates of
Scabbard and Blade, honorary R. O.-
T. C. organization.


To Atted Ilatt As Guests Of Co-Chairmen

SinkTells f
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Lirtp . Michigan
Cbe i oram
Chairles A. Sink, chairman of the
Yusic cu -t the Michio'an School-
master's Club, has announced the
ioga'in fcr the sesson to be held to-

Miss Hadock, Miss
Burke Give Recitals
Madeline Hadock, '35SM, organist,
gave her graduation recital at 4:15
p.m. yesterday in Hill Auditorium,
Margaret Burke will give her master'
graduation recital at 8:15 p.m. Mon
day, April 29 in the School of Music
Miss Hadock is a student of Wil-
liam Doty of the organ department of
the School of Music. Her progran
included a variety of selections among
which were numbers of Bach, Frank.
Widor, Vierne, and Karg-Elert.
Miss Burke graduated from th
voice department of the School o
Music last year, and will receive he
master's degree this June. She will
be accompanied by Ava Comin Cas
at her concert. Her program will con
sist of 20 well-known songs, divided
into three groups. The selection
she has chosen will be by the mor
modern composers such as Debussy


Ravel, Thomas, Cimara, Veracini, and
The general public, with the ex-
ception of small children, is invited
to attend Miss Burke's concert. There
is no admission charge.


Faculty Club Holds
Election Of Officers
Mirs. Everett L. Adams was elected
pr:sident of the Faculty Women's
Club at the annual luncheon and
meeting held at 1 p.m. yesterlay in
:e ballroom of the League. She
will succeed Mi'. Emil Lorch.
Other cncrs elected are Mrs. John
W. Bradshaw, who w'; continue in
the office of vice rsident M.rs. Her-

Where Too
ilictiun Pictues: Wuerth, "Charlie
Chan In Paris' with Warner Oland
and "The Mighty Barnum" with w al-

aty and to orrow.
Rcgi.sti- n will begIn at 3:30 a.m.
t~ ch of t School of Music
4 din . 1 alo icng the registration
ez be cet l ran ihcussion meetings.
--Oourwesy The Detroit Ne , e d nstraton clinic of
M'io L zian Dannlaever, Kansas City, and Miss Barbra Shuker, h' mrusic, elementary
]De hcit, wil, be the guest cs Deibert Hesler, '35E, and Don Lyon '35A v, Junior High School vocal
cc -chairmen of the annuai Military Ball to be held tonight at the Union usic, tciy an music literature,
_tning instrument technique, and wind
i rumeni technique.
ih g Suits This Yeuir ;A luncheon will be held at the Un-
Sion at 12:30 p.m. today at which time
C'arles A. SInk will preside. The
South Sea Islands' I uenceUiverst of Michigan Glee Club, un-
de the dir ection of David Mattern,
:il present a program. The after-

g lace Beery: Majestic, "It's a Small
ber t . Taggart, who will replace
, Woild" with Spencer TIracy and "The
Gw' ride wih CaolsLombrd:Mrs. Walter A. Reichert as treasurer,
Gay Bridle" with Carole Lormbard; _ rr
e nd Mrs. E. D. Dickenson, who is con-
! Michigan, Casino Murder Case" wit inuing an incompleted term as sec-
r Paul Lukas and "Transcient Lady" retary.
l with Gene Raymond, Whitney, "Be-
e hind the Evidence" with Norman
- Foster and "Whom the Gods Destroy"
d with Walter Connolly.
s Danc'ng: Military Ball at the Un-
e ion, Silver Grill of the League, -UR
, Chubb's, Hut Cellar.


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The most spectacular innovation
for bathing suits this year comes as
a iesult of Tahitian infuence. These
it. h,, Y bn I3rri m fn hb ,lni cl t'vn

,11. n ave :emear ulously smar .
Leading the grand maich at nid-1Te most stiiking models are those
night will be the two co-chairmen oAhe most tiingcmodelspreofthose
of the Ball, Don Lyon, '35A, and Del- of the identical cotton print of those
bert Hesler, '35E, with their guests, worn by the South Sea Island maid-
Barbara Shuker, Detroit, and Lillian cns. The Tahitian suits have a bras-
Dannahower, Kansas City. Follow- Il e top, with a little skirt and short
ing them will be other committeemen bloomers beneath.
and members of the R.O.T.C. in full Huge flowers splashed on bright
uniform.mcolored cotton are very native. Pastel
The dance will last from 9:30 p.m. celanesĀ°+ suits, and those of lastex,
to 1 a.m. and the office of the dean are also smart.
of women has granted late permission While we are all taking to the knit-
until 2:30 a.m. for campus women at- ting sport it would be appropriate to
tending. knit a bathing suit. Knitted suits

-Scabbard And
Blade To Hold
Scabbard and Blade will hold a
formal dinner tonight prior to the
Military Ball in honor of its new init-
iates, including T. B. Smith, '35, W. D.
Weidner, '36, A. B. Allen, '36, A. B.
Cook, '36, H. J. Gaston, '35, L. M.I
Mason, '36, R. E. Mason, '36, F. Sweet,
'36, J. A. Gay, '35, J. McClintic, '36,
L. M. Reading, '36, H. Cheever, '35,
R. L. French, '36, R. V. Johnson, '36,
P. W. Phillips, ' 6, and W. H. Haughey,

are extremely popular and we can
make themeto an original pattern in
any of the brilliant shades that will
be so popular on the beach this sum-
Beach Ensembles Popular
Halter necks are still used but the
well-worn anchor belt buckles are
replaced by boat honk fasteners.
Strimgs of gayly-colored signal flags
will be seen on everything. Many
suits boast complete ensembles with
knitted caps and wide full skirts.
You will like particularlyathat model
of which the skirt may also be used
as a cape or a beach mat. Capes, you
see, are going to be just about as good
on the beach as on the street.
h If you still like the rubber suit
that shocked the world last season,
you can feel just as fashionable in
one this year. Rubber suits, as the
conservative wool, will be seen in the

thing in beach bags is a cotton ban- no on will be spent at a band demon-
danna which pulls through a wooden , t._ation clinic at Morris Hall. The
zing to form a perfect container. demonstration will be given by the
But, since the drastic change in University of Wisconsin Band with
women's footwear, you must pay more lay Dvorak conducting.
attention to beach shoes. Beach shoes The University of Michigan Band
are tinted brilliant shades this year will give a concert at 7:15 p.m. to-
to, match varicolored suits. This night in Hill Auditorium. At 8:15
trend carries out the revolutionary p.m. the Little Symphony orchestra
idea so dominant in footwear for will give a concert in the School of
street and formal this season, for a Music auditorium with Thor Johnson
few years ago the blues, reds and conducting.
yellows would have been dubious An orchestra clinic and discussion
even on the beach, will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Emphasizing Colors tomorrow in Morris Hall. The Roch-
Carrying out the printed effect in gjster Civic Orchestra will play with
the shoe, there is a vermilion-heeled Guy Fraser Harrison conducting.. The
patent pump with the toe in strips 1iternoon will be devoted to demon-
of vermilion,black, and white o 'ration rehearsal and discussion. At
red, green, and white plaid linn hs time the "Jumblies" will be -per-
beach ghillie with low white leather frmed by the Elementary School
heel and a trim with tassels. A kid- festival Chorus, composed of 500
skin sandal with a red-edged sole children. This cantata is being pre-
under red, green and white straos ;lred for the May Festival.
emphasizes the fact that any andI
all colors can be worn on the beach.
The classic influence is outstand-' i ld Interviews For
ing for beach wear. The model is a J.G.P. Applicants Today
kidskin trimmed with alligator hav-I
ing a white line around the edge and Women who petitioned for posi-
a small metal buckle. Another is a tions on the central committee of
suede slip-on shoe of dark blue with next year's J.G.P. are to be inter-
a twisted fringed suede ornament in viewed by Judiciary Council be-
the front. Suede will be seen fre- tween 3 pi. and 5 today. Appli-
quently on the beach, even in an in- cants are urged to appear early,
tricately cut red suede pump trimmedIsince 65 petitions were received for
in red and white kidskin and buckled the 11 chairmanships.
with a strap in front.



Katherine Carpenter
Marie Murphy
Georgia Karison
Ann Osborne
Sarah Pierce


EU i'ination
Queen of the Mardi Gras
Check 8 out of the names below and deposit
Ballot in ballot boxes before 1:00 p.m.

Billie Griffiths
Charlotte Whitman
Hilda Kirby
Isabelle McKellar
Virginia Cluff

"Unpleasant breath" cre-
ates a "Twin Personality"
but that doesn't mean you
will be twice as popular
with the girls! Use Lavoris
and be"'O.K." all the time.
"Medicinal in action
- - but not in taste~
- 25c -SOc - $1 Bottles -

NOTE: All students may vote. After checking
names tear out the ballot and place in ballot boxes
at the Daily, Angell Hall, Union,~ League, Ro-
mance Languages Bldg., or Natural Science Aud.,
Barbour Gym, Betsy Barbour, Mosher-Jordan,
Engineering School, Music School.


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State at No. U. - State at Packard
5th and Washington



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'36. !rightnst shades of red, orange,
Ted Argue, '34, chairman of the af- green, or yellow.
fair, stated that Dean A. H. Lovell of Peasant Berets Match
More attention is being paid to
the engineering department and T. what you will wear with your bath-

Hawley Tapping, general secretary of
the Alumni Association, will be init-
iated into the society as honorary
Last Saturday, those who were to be
initiated i n t o t h e organizationI
marchedto the Boy Scout camp at
]dexter where they cleared the camp
and prepared a six o'clock supper.
During the night, they did regular
military guard duty. Sunday they re-
turned to Ann Arbor where they took
their initiation pledge on the campus.'

ing suit this season. You will be both
pleased and amazed to see the new
Basque berets that will carry out a
peasant influence, and the newest




we've just about
that 's new '
hr Spring
.. .. .>-\(
Q& y
Amon ur-newest1 "two tyles
f7 n brown and whjzte tha have
Connie's "ha5dao-re "appeal
(f o ther~s~are /r'I white,
" > :::r: v ' : 1 ist co::ge. gray . it the
.;1 most co al arr1 of the season!
p thra
X" Q '
{ -S.

s. M
;'';i ; . .':::
There's a glorious selection
to choose from for those who
shop early in this pre-season
event. Linens, piques, felts,



of This Grand Sale of Beautiful


cti ccessories


Drastic Price Reductions of

2 Ofthl




Values $

$2 95"A

- $3 95
-~ -Y izn

sport fabrics, panamas and
straws delight the eye for
almost1- n*'~inv caion.

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