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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE SPORTING LADY
By BENCH WARMER
And we expect we'll see all of you at W.A.A.'s annual Penny Carnival to-
night ... As you probably know the money earned in the carnival supports
W.A.A.'s projects next year so the more you buy, the more the sport facilities
)iext year . .. And then, everything over a fixed amount is to go toward
a fund for the proposed women's swimming pool . . .
And the orchids of the week go to Jane Kidder. who made the penny
shaped posters advertising the carnival ...And incidentally, if you're wor-
ried about how to manage the pennies you'll need, there will be booths is-
suing penny tickets to everything and you can buy them in a lump sum ...
Carnival To Exhibit
Euueralinng ooths Where To Go
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A.A.U. W. Members
Will Visit Museum
The Toledo museum of art will be
Where T O:
X XUX :..Jltlk'AtJers and carnations. Gloriana Selie,
Ti, will be in charge of this booth.
The Fisk Jubilee singers of Fisk Delta Gamma will have the "Bingo"
University, Nashville, Tenn., will give booth this year. The prizes given
a choral program at 4 and 8:15 p.m. away will include practically every-
Sunday in the Lydia Mendelssohn thing but the usual Indian blankets.
theatre. Prizes will be given at each game, the
The octet, which is more than 65 winner of three games in succession
years old, has toured this country and winning a grand prize. Marjorie Leh-
Europe. It is under the direction of ner. '39, will manage the booth.
Mrs. James A., Myers, and has as Perhaps the most unique booth will
soloist Luther King, while Mrs. King be that of Helen Newberry, directed
and Billy Holland are accompanists by Lois Spreen, '37. The booth will
The prograi is as follows: be called an "Olfactorium," and will
Spirituals: Steal Away; Good offer prizes to any spec'tator' who
News; Chilly Waters; Hear Ila An- I "smells his way to fame."'
gels Singing; The 01 Ark. Kappa Kappa Gamma. will pre-
I Want to Learn to Serve..........sent the familiar peanut cart, which
... Harry T. Burleigh will be under the direction of Loraine
(Poem written for Fisk Singers by Lambert, '39, while Kappa Alpha
Theatre: Majestic, "Klondike An- vsit odayDyteAmerican As-
sociation of University Women, it was
nie"' with Mae West. Michigan, announced.
"Rose Marie" with Nelson Eddy. Or-
pheu, "Wipsw" wth yrnaLoy The party will hear an address on
pheum, "Whipsaw" with Myrna Loy the glass collection by Blake-More-
and "George White's Scandals of Godwin, director of the museum, at 3
1935" with Alice Faye. Whitney, p.m. and will be entertained after-
"The 39 Steps" with Robert Donat ward at tea given by the Toledo
and "Motive for Revenge" with Don- Woman's Club at which Dean Alice
d Coo.ver Roaenge'mighLadyn-C. Lloyd and Dean Lydia Jones of
ald Cook. Wuerth, "Roaming Lady" Ypsilanti will pour.
with Ralph Bellamy and "It Had to M
Happn" ithGeore Rft.Members of the group will include
Happen" with George Raft. Mrs. Albert Reeves, president of the
Dancing: Silver Grill of the League, branch, and her guest of Hove, Sus-
Rainbow Room of the Union, and sex, England, Miss Earey Reeves;
Hut Cellar. Mrs. Walter Pillsbury; Mrs. John F.
Shepard, chairman of transportationr.
and Mrs. Dean W. Myers, chairman
of the nominating committee.
303 N. Division - 8876
Luncheons - 11 :30 - 1 :30
Dinners - - 5:30 -7:30
12:30 - 2:30
Room For Private Parties
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to tunout for the
These cool sunny days bring to the mind of anyone
interested in the royal and ancient game, the thoughts
of long green fairways and little white balls dropping
softly into the cup . . .And you are urged, while the spirit
is strong within you, to get out to the University course,
and play the qualifying rounds for the spring golf tour-
nament. . . All scores must be in by April 30, although
those who were winners in the fall tournament need not
requalify . . . Turn your scores in to Mrs. Hanley, at
the course clubhouse ...
The purpose of qualifying is to place the girls against
opponents of their own ability . . . so don't get worried
about the scores . .. A11 girls interested in golf are urged
tournament, no matter how little they have played .-..
Murmuring Zephrys ........ Jensen
A Star ....................,Rogers
Theta booth will sell "sizzling ham-
The dance floor will be in the form
Not only is it good experience, but it is lots of fun as well . . . And who knows,
you may have a good day and surprise yourself . . . Mary Jane Mueller, golf
manager, will answer all questions . . .
The tournament will be played the weekend of May 2 . . . There are
other tournaments coming, too . . . There will be a, blind bogey, in which
each player takes the handicap which he thinks will bring him within a
stated range of scores, the winner being determined by drawing among those
within the range . . . This is planed. for May 16 . . . A putting contest will
be held also.
Give Me My BooLs And Saddle...
Here's news for those who are desirous of trying out for Crop and Saddle,
but who were unable to do so Friday: l.here will be another opportunity for
you at 7 p.m. Wednesday . . . Meet at the Barbour Gym as was done Friday
and transportation will be provided . . . Announcement ,of those chosen
will not be made until after Wednesday, according to Eleanor French, pres-
ident of the club ...
Under the plan for the archery tournament adopted this year for the
first time, archers will have a chance to make their more representative scores
count . . . Instead of having the entire tournament run off in one afternoon,
groups will meet at 4:15 on Wednesdays, and the average score for the sev-
eral times will be used to determine those qualifying for the spring tour-
nament . . . But don't be afraid to come out for the tournament even if you
haven't done much archery . . . There'll be lots of us out there who will
probably be worse . . . Barbara Eppstein, the manager, urges all interested
to'sign up in Barbour Gym or the W.A.B., but if you forget, come out any-
Spring naturally brings the thought of baseball, and now that sunny days
and warm breezes are here, it is time to get the teams organzied and the
tournament started . . . And Elizabeth White, manager, is working hard
to get it started by Tuesday or Wednesday . . . although the schedule will
not be announced until next week ...
Slide, Kelly, Slide. .
Thursday a number of girls showed their intentions to get off to a flying
start in the tournament by turning out for a practice game on Thursday . . .
The biggest thrill came when a triple play was made, three outs! . . . We
noticed representatives of Mosher, Newberry, Betsy Barbour, Delta Zeta, and
Alpha Gamma Delta. . . Elizabeth White and Ona Thornton were on hand,
as were Jean Flesckentine and Barbara Kanouse . . .. Virginia Frink, noted
for her work on Play Production, was there watching the players, among
whom, we saw Carolyn Salisbury and Betty Howard.-.
The possibility of a tennis club was discussed at the house managers
meeting Monday . . . Hope Hartwig, the new manager replacing Jane Quirk,
who held the position last year, seemed very enthusiastic about it . . . No
definite plans have been formulated as yet though, she regretfully ad-
The month of May has been chosen for the tournaments,
which include women's singles, and women's and mixed
doubles. . Papers posted in the W.A.A. building and Bar-
t bour Gymnasium for those interested will be taken down
April 25 and we'd suggest signing up in a hurry as they're
filling up quickly . . . The draw will be posted about the
27th and it's "point, set, and match" from then on ...
Dashing by the ccurts Thursday, we saw several of last
season's badminton stars warming up . . . Miss Hilda Burr
and Louise Paine were rallying back and forth enthusias-
tically while further down Margo Goodrich, Eustace Fox
and Chris Mack were in the midst of a game . . .
Recreational leadership is going strong again after vacation . . . Yester-
day, they heard a talk on canoeing by Miss Marie Hartwig (and by the
expression on most of their faces, it is easy to figure out that they wished
it had been a practical demonstration on our own raging Huron) and an
ornithology lecture by Larry Quinn
Humoreske .......... Rachmaninoff of a big top tent. T
(Billy Holland)> wrapped with bright]
Where'er You Walk ........ Handel paper with matching
Per la Gloria d'Adoravi . . Hluononini top of the tent.
Ecstasy....... . . ..........nmel Eye Glass Frames
Luther King > d
Deep River ....................... em. .Ground.
.-.-.........Arranged by Burleigli
Spirituals: Little David; There Is H A L L E R'S
A Light; Lord I Can't Turn Back; State Street a
My Soul's A Witness.
he poles will be
ly colored crepe
balloons at the
0UR safe non-immersing
cleansing method will
revive their softness and beauty.
If you wish our furriers will re-
model your coats to the newest F R E E
lines, or repair them if needed. STORAGE
Summer prices now in effect.
Phone 8507. We'll call for your of Furs with
furs. Remodeling Work.
State and Washington Streets
CHARLES W. BRASHARES
and L. LaVERNE PINCH
10:45 am.-Morning Worship Ser-
"TEACH ME TO PRAY"
by) 1)r. C. W. Br ishures.
12:00 Noon -Class at Stalker Hall
led by Dr. E. W. Blakeman. Topic:
'Peace -- War."
6:00 p.m.--Wesleyan Guild. Under
the leadership of Herbert Soper,
topic of the Spring Parley, "Our
Tomorrow, What Shall We Make
Of It?" will be discussed. Fel-
lowship Hour and Supper follow.
Corner East University and Oakland
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director
Regular Sunday Evening Forum
8:00 p.m. - James Ellman, president
of the Zionist organization of
Detroit, will speak on
"What Zionism Means To
Me at the Foundation"
Masonic Temple '327 South Fourth
Ministers: William P. Lemon
and Norma W. Kunkel.
9:5 am.-. Prof. Howar'd MClusky
will lead thle SItudent. Forumn.
10:45 a.ri. - Mr. Kmikel preaehes:
"YOUTH RAISES ITS
6:00 p.m. -Supper and discussion
meeting of the Westminster
Guild. "Tomorrow's World, What
Shall We Make Of It?" Rose
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Roger Williams Guild
R. EDWARD SAYLES and
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Ministers
Rev. R. Edward Sayles
12:00 Noon - Student class omitted
account Spring Parley.
6:00 p.m. ---Six students will form
a panel to discuss the ethical
and religious issues of the Spring
Parley. Open discussion. Social
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32 Years of Unexceed Values anid Service
Dates to Attend This Sale of
Second Floor Suits, Coats and Daytime Dresses!
EVERY SPRING SUIT and coat in stock has been marked down for this outstanding event. You are
certain to find many splendid additions to your wardrobe. Expect two and three-piece suits in tailleur
and dressnmking models; coats in swagger, reefer and wrap-around styles - some richly trimmed with
wolf and fox fur. All suits and coats are fully lined. Navy, wheat, grey, brown, green, strawberry
I$16.75 COATS $14.75
ORINAL$19.75 COATS $16.7
e odu ced to$67
Olzl(;NAL $22.50 and$2.0 % -
COATS - Reduced to... $24
OR IGINA. 35.0 )and $39.75
COATS -- Redtiid 10 $2 %.9
ORIGINAL $16.75 SUITS
ORIGINAL $19.75 SUITS
Reduced t .. . .. . .
ORIGINAL $22.50 SUITS
Reuluced to ..............
ORIGINAL $25.00 and $29.75
SUITS - Reduced o......
Thank the Late Spring for These
DRESS REDUCTI ONS
Dance to the Music of
100 beautiful hostesses
games of skill
Late Spring Dresses
Early Spring Dresses
Other Spring Dresses
e ®* o* TO $22.50
r " TO $25.00
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of zephyr wool; short sleeves;
originally :1.79. . . . ... . .. .. .. 1 4
of silk pique; white and navy; $J 4
originally $1.95 ... . . .. .