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Cercle Francais Names Casts For
Slimming fctr Slighter Figures
At Helen Newberry
Alumnae of Helen Newberry Resi-
dence were entertained at a dinner
given in their honor at the dormitory
Earlier in the afternoon an infor-
mal tea was given by the seniors for
the alumnae and was followed by a
joint meeting of the alumnae and the
seniors. Miss Ruth Danielson, the
house director, spoke welcoming the
former residents, and Miss Royena
M. Hornberg, 25,, presided over the
The alumnae decided to give the
dormitory a blue Morocco leather
guest book. It was also decided to
give a scholarship of $150 to one of
the women living in the dormitory.
Miss Danielson will choose the wom-
an from among the applicants.
A special breakfast is being planned
for this morning for both the seniors
and the alumnae.
Women's Fencing Club
Meets For Final Bouts
Ruth Shield, '37, won first place
yesterday in the fencing bouts held
as the climax of the fencing season
in Barbour Gym. Ettie Chin, Grad.,
placed second and Elizabeth White,
'39, and Ruth Field, '38, tied for
Miss Shield captured 17 points
in five bouts, Miss Chin gained 16
points in four bouts and Miss White
and Miss Field both came through
meeting of the women's fencing club
with 13 points and two bouts each.
The matches were held at the finalf
meeting of the women's fencing club.
for the school year and were followed;
by a tea for the members.
Dr. William May and Miss Marie
Hartwig were the judges of the
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Jean Clemmons, '40, of Ann
To Take Roles
For First Time
To Have SrtIlar Rote
Be Given, Students
To Take Parts
'Tis Time To Wear
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There's a grand treat in
store for you 'when yo see
these lovely KNITS.
Exciting new COLORS, they're
full of "PEP" . . . and they'll
go anywhere. Just the kind
of clothes College girls de-
The model to the left
is a two-piece with
tucked bastiste' vestee
The Cercle Francais will present a
group of three one-act French plays,
"La Farce du Cuvier," Eugene
Brieux's "L'Ecole des Belles-Meres"
and Georges Couteline's "Un Client
Serieux" at 8:30 p.m., Friday in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, it was
announced by Prof. Rene Talamon of
the French Department.
The cast of "Un Client Serieux"
is composed of the following mem-
bers of the faculty of the Romance
Languages Department: Prof. Em-
eritus Arthur Canfield, former head
of the Department; Professors Ed-
ward Adams, Philip Bursley, Marc
Denkinge, Herbert Kenyon, Charles
Knudson and William McLaughlin;
Mr. Francis Gravit, Mr. Charles K.
Koella and Mr. Harry, Skornia. This
is the first time in the 31 years that
the Cercle Francais plays have been,
presented that members of the fac-
ulty have taken part.
Cast Is Announced
The three characters of "La Farce
du Cuvier" will be played by Row-
ena E. LaCoste, '39, Douglas N. Mor-
gan, '40E, and Alice E. Woodruff,
Members of the cast of "L'Ecole
des Belles-Meres" will be Misha M.
Chimacoff, '38, Marcia Connell, '39,
Martha E. Dynes, '39, Elizabeth S.
Parrish, '37 Harriet Shackleton, '38,
and Nikolay M. Turitzin, Grad.
"Un Client Serieux" is a humorous
satire of French judicial procedure.
Lagoupille, a lamp-lighter has been
accused of giving M. Alfred, a cafe
owner, a black eye, and is defended
during the first part of the play by
Barbemolle, a shyster lawyer.
When Baroemoiie aiscovers he has
been made a "Substitut" or govern-
ment attorney, "his flowery descrip-
tions of the virtues of Lagoupille
disappear from his memory and he
paints Lagoupille as an enemy of
society, a loafer and a drunkard. In
spite of this sudden change in his
attorney's attitude, Lagoupille is ac-
quitted and M. Alfred must pay the
costs of the trail.
To Give Medieval Comedy
"La Farce du Cuvier" is a medieval
slap-stick comedy which originally
served as a short interlude between
the acts of a longer mystery play,
and as such, is complete in itself.
Brieux's "L'Ecole des Belles-
Meres" is written in a lighter vein
than most of his social plays, al-
though he has a didactic purpose in
mind. He is trying .to correct the
influence of parental interference in
This is the last Cercle Francais
presentation of the year. Tickets are
50 cents, 25 cents to holders of Cercle
Francais membership cards, and will
be on sale Thursday and Friday at
the Lydia Mendelssohn box-office.
Lewis - Sackett
n Ann .Arbor
Margaret Lewis, '34, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George E. .Lewis of
Ann Arbor, and Willard A. Sackett,
'35E, of Charleston, W. Va., were
married at 8:30 p.m. yesterday in
the First Congregational Church
here. The Rev. R. Edward Sayles
performed the ceremony.
A buffet supper was served after
the reception at the Lewis home, fol-
lowing the ceremony. A family din-
ner was given at their home previous
to the wedding. After a motor trip,
the couple are to make their home in
Both Mr. and Mrs. Sackett grad-
uated from the University where Mrs.
Sackett was affiliated with Delta Del-
ta Delta. Mr. Sackett is the son of
Mrs. Charles G. Sackett of Kansas
Elizabeth L. Basse, '37, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Basse, an-
nounced her engagement at a bridge
tea yesterday at the home of her
parents in Oak Park, Ill. Richard S.
Tarmelee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
W. Tarmelee of Bingham, N.Y., is
Miss Basse's fiance. The couple will
be married in August.
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Mlle. Elena Miramova, Russian
star, will take the part of the
Grand Duchess, Tatuana Petrovna,
in the current New York hit, "To-
varich," which will be the high
point of this year's dramatic sea-
son. The performance of the play
in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre
will be the first in America outside
New York city.
Plan Mass Meeting
For Freshman Women
Plans for the mass meeting of
freshmen women which will be held
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the League areI
being completed by Alberta Wood,
general chairman for Freshman Proj-
ect, and the committee heads.
Plans for the June celebration to
be held in honor of the centennial
of the University were discussed by
the New York and Boston alumnae
groups and the American Alumni
Council during the past week, ac-
cording to Mrs. Lucille B. Conger,
execution, secretary of the League,
who visited the meetings during a
recent trip in the East.
The New York Alumnae Group,
meeting at the Engineering Club in
that city, elected Mrs. Ira Campbell,
Mrs. Rena Mosher Van Slyki and
Miss Emily Bates to represent it here
for the celebration. Miss Bates is ,
president of the group and con-
ducting the meeting.
Mrs. Conger attended the lun-
cheon meeting held by the Boston
Alumnae Group last Saturday. Miss
Doris Volland is president of this
group. The convention of the
American Alumni Council was held
for three days at West Point, Mrs.
Conger said, adding that plans were
formulated for that group's part in
the centennial celebration.
Returning from her Eastern trip
Thursday, Mrs. Conger attended the
meeting of the Detroit Alumnae
I Group yesterday. More than 150
women were present, she said, adding
that this group, too, has definite
plans made for the June activities.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Five members of Kappa Kappa
z Gamma sorority left yesterday for a
Province Convention which will con-
tinue through today in East Lansing.
With just enough con:trol to keep
you supple! It's a girdle with "Two-
Way, One-Way" at its daintiest -
soft satin Lastex, stretching up and
down only, in front and in black -
turning bulges into graceful curves.
The side panels of power Lastex
mesh, stretch BOTH ways-remem-
ber - Le Gant never rides up!-
You'll delight at its comfort -light
as a cob web - strong as a cage!
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BACK AGAIN to the old stamp-.
ing grounds after a glorious colos-
sal vacation in big cities and
"hick" (small, I beg your pardon)
towns. But not reluctantly did we
return for there are those spring
lays in Ann Arbor that can't be
resisted, lilac time, and our own
SPRING CLEANING seems to
be in the air at this point, so
let's join the ranks! Now we
had better put it a little more
mildly and say spring treatment
when speaking of the face, but
anyway it's the same idea. This
treatment is all boxed for you by
Dorothy Gray in grey and ready
for you at CALKINS-FLETCHERS.
There are two types, you see they
aim to please, one for'- dry skin
and one for normal skin with
creams and lotions to take that
winter dryness away and leave in
its place a fresh, lovely, and glQw-
ing skin. So while Ann Arbor is
dealing in spring cleaning, we can
follow along in step - especially
after the dust and grime of Mich-
ANOTHER SIGN of Spring is
the navy blue and white combi-
nation in those new frocks. Your
gadder figured that you'd be in
the market for some new "date"
dresses in the very latest styles
and colors, so in my travels I dis-
covered some "knockouts." At the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP navy
blue and white are being especi-
ally featured and among the
many, many cute things I saw
those attractive Phoenix dresses
by Barnale -navy net seemed to
be tops in these dresses and one
in particular had trimming of
red and white - red lapels on the
jacket and white buttons sailor-
fashion on the blouse. Another
navy net was trimmed with unique
clock buttons (what will they
think of next?). Marquisette, too,
will be very popular this season
with frilly trims. And incident-
ally you must see the navy sheer
trimmed in red (no white this
time, but this one can't be passed
over without a word). A series of
red zipper buttons lends an in-
genious touch of color, and if you
have never seen zipper buttons,
now is the time to do it. Well, it
won't be long now before the
Michigan men will be having
IN THE MOOD for spring treat-
ments and spring clothes? Then
you are certainly in the market
for a spring trimming - hair, of
course! O, yes, we do a bit of
everything here in Ann Arbor and
your correspondent has discovered
THE place to have your hair
trimmed by Mr. Bartlett at the
DI MATTIA BEAUTY SHOP -
where you may have your hair
trimmed any way your little heart
may desire it and then, of course,
the Di Mattia coiffuriers stand at
attention to give it that final
touch! Are you ready, all you
gals? Then let's.go!
F O U N ) ATC)U 1JS F O R
YOUT H FU L F IG URES
Fo'undations, did we say?
For lack of a hetter term,
yes. But these are different?
They c don't pretend tochange
:. . ; figu.res--they <only smooth
k} : ' out the fittle fleshy spots
Sthat even teeny babies have.
Nary a bone, just a handful
of. fchiffon "Lastex"-and
so very, very light. Youths' f
-own garmezl-. girdle, pantie
girdle and Girdleiere styles
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$V Oto $1 00
Others $1.00 up
Liberty' at Maynard
Rad a Use c ss s
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in New Shade - Red Earth
by. DEXDALE - $1.15 Value
a Nice Assortment
$.'69 to $2.95
SMA RT EST
H OSIE RY SHOPPE
Michigan Theater Bldg.
CARTW RIGH T CONSIDERS INFLATION
and FINDS IT FLATTERING in
MARTHA GALE'S INTERPRETATION
NIP AND TUCK
Five "dotted lines" turn out to be pearl button
punctuation marks - to emphasize your gay young
charms. A matching zipper closing pulls up -
to tuck a snow-white pique posy underneath yourf
chin, Perpendicular pleats divide back interest
between the pigskin belt and shoulder yoke - a
skirt that fits and flares, completes this Summer
sunstroke. Made up for you, in pastel pink or
blue, aqua, navy, brown or black. Watch black -
it's apt to be the Big Thing in your life.
Sizes Eleven to Seventeen
and Priced from Fifteen Dollars
/ldd smart accents to your sprang
* ; ensembles . . . Gay Geometric
Designs . . . Floral Prints ..
Also, a complete line of chiffon
.rte '-U ' .rr - UEA fl ' £4'J
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