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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Large Audiencel
Attends Opening
Of Third Play
Many students, townspeople and
members of the University faculty at-
tended the opening performances of
"The Laughing Woman," third pro-
duction of the 1937 Dramatic Season,
given last night in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre of the League.
Dean Alice Lloyd and Miss Jean-
nette Perry were included in the
audience, as were Prof. and Mrs. A.
B. Moehlman, Prof. and Mrs. Rene
Talaman, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Ritter-
shofer, and Mrs. H. H. Cummings.
Prof. and Mrs. A. E. White, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. McKinley, Mrs. Byrl
Bacher, Miss Ethel McCormick, Prof.
and Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Prof. and
Mrs. H. 0. Whittemore, Prof. and
Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Dr. Margaret
Bell, and Miss Ethel McCormick also
attended.
Although there was a small pro-
portion of students present, a few
were there, including Hope Hartwig,.
'38, Betty Strickroot, '38, Alice Grif-
fiths, '39 and Ralph Danhof, Grad.
In spite of the fact that skies were
dark and rainy weather threatened,
spring outfits predominated and
there were the usual array of multi-
colored spring prints. White was.
also a favorite.
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302 S. State St.
Pen &
Typewriter
Service

Wall y's Wedding' Gown
as
This sketch of the bridal gown
which Mrs. Wallis Warfield has de-
cided upon for her marriage to the
Duke of Windsor was radioed to
New York from London. Created by
Mainbocher, it is of Wallis blue
with long sleeves and skirt.
CORRECTION
Through an error of The Daily, a
picture of Mrs. Ruth Leninger Dob-
son, winner of the 1936 Hopwood
Award for novels, was used in place
of Maryanna Chockley, who led the
Lantern Night procession last night
at Palmer Field.

Several Groups
To Give Dances
This Week-End
Spring Formals, Breakfast
Dance Included In List
Of Ente rtainment
Even in the face of approaching
exams, several fraternities ,sororities
and other organizations are holding
dances this week-end.'
Alpha Xi Delta is giving a spring
formal from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
today, in the Ethel Fountain Hussey
Room, at the League. Mrs. Edith Al-
len, Mrs. E. J. Hull, Mrs. Hugh Keeler
and Mrs. Day Peckinpaugh will act
as chaperons. Max Collins orchestra
will play.
Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Fuller, Prof.
and Mrs. Robert W. Frenchand Mr.
and Mrs. Norman J. Miller of De-
troit have been invited to attend as
chaperons for the spring formal
dance to be given by Kappa Sigma
fraternity from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
day.

Lutheran Concert Seniors Wearing Scabbard And Blade Marjorie Merker
To Be Held Tonight Caps, Gowns Lea To Hold Picnic Today Wins Golf Medal
Paraden Scabbard and Blade will hold a_
The Lutheran student A Capella er in 5 to 10 p.m., tocay, Marjorie Merker, '39, turned in a
choir, chorus and quartet willgive its Huron-Dexter Park, which will be score of 217 for 36 holes to win the
second concert at 8 p.m. this evening One hundred and four seniors in followed by a dance at the League. women's golf medal tournament. Mary
at the Trinity Lutheran Church. caps and gowns, carrying their tradi- Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. Frederick C. Jane Mueller, '38Ed., had the second
The choir, composed of 29 mem- tional lanterns, led the Lantern Rogers, Major and Mrs. Kelly and lowest score of 236, and close behind
bers, is under the direction of Mr. Night march last night from the li- Capt. and Mrs. Walter B. Fariss will her came Louise Nack, Spec., with a
William Rozenboom. They will of- brary steps to Waterman gymnasium. chaperon. Among the guests at the score of 238. Marjorie Tate, '39,
fer: "A Song of Praise" and "'Tis The procession which consisted of picnic and dance will be Major and turned in a score of 242 for fourth
The Holy Hour" by Beethoven, representatives of each of the classes Mrs. Tattnall D. Simkins, Capt. and place.
"Praise Ye The Lord" by Palmer and marched four abreast to Waterman Mrs. Rosswell E. Hardy and Lieut. Pauline Tolhurst, '40, was awarded
"Beautiful Saviour" by Christiansen. gymnasium accompanied b.J the Var- and Mrs. Wimer. the Hanley Trophy,

The chorus of 15 voices will sing,
"0 Rest In The Lord" by Mendel-
ssohn; "Blessed Is He" by Gounod,j
"The Lord's Prayer" by Rickett and
"Landsighting" by Grieg. The quar-
tet will sing "Prayer From The Cru-
saders" by Protheroe and "Twenty-
Third Psalm" by Koschat.
Wedding Plans
Of Miss Koch
Ar'e Announced
Katherine Koch.'2dagtro

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To Give Spring Formal Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Walter Koch of
A spring formal dinner-dance will Hendersonville, N.C., and formerly of
be held by Phi Sigma Sigma sorority Detroit, is to marry Charles Nash
from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. today Blunt, son of Mrs. William Williams
at the Washtenaw Country Club. Al Blunt of Port Huron and New York,c
Cowan's band will play. The chap- June 19 at the St. James Episcopal
erons will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Church in Hendersonville.t
Goldberg from Gladwin and Dr. and. Chur onthnertoilie l
Mrs. Hirsch Hootkins. From 9 p.m. tnMembers of the two families will be
to mdnihttomrrow Ph Sima he only guests and the Rev. James
to midnight, tomorrow, Phi Sigma Burke will officiate. Following the7
Sigmhi will hold a radio dance. The Brewl fiit.Floigte
Siganwill old athedio same.sTheceremony, the couple will take a wed-
chaperons will be the same as for ding trip through New England. After
the dance tonight. i July 4 they will be at home in De-t
Theta Chi fraternity will give a' troit.
:osed dinner-dance from 7 to 9:30 iss
p.m. today. From 9:30 p.m. to 1 phMisoroiyh was eleclited to I
a.m. thedance wil be open. Chaper- pha Phi sororit n as ailteec ted to
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Legg Phi Beta Kappa during her stay at
and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Whitmer. the University. She also was presi-
andMr.andMrs R.M. hiter. dent of the Women's League during
Westminster Guild is holding. a her senior year; and after graduation
closed formal dinner-dance from 7 she worked for a time as assistant to
p.m. to 12 today at the Huron Hills the director at Mosher-Jordan.
Country Club, in honor of the seniors Mir. Blunt is a graduate of Andover
in the group. William Morse, '38, and the Sheffield Scientific School of
will act as toastmasted for the pro- Yale.

sity band. Maryanna Chockley, '37,
chosen by the Womens Athletic As-
sociation as the "most prominent
woman on campus," led the seniors.
She was followed directly by Elsie
Pierce, Charlotte Rueger, Lois King,]
and Kate Landrum who wore the blue
jackets of the senior class.
The procession swung into the for-
mation of a huge block M outlined
by the seniors in the middle of the
gymnasium floor. Following the sing-
ing of "The Yellow and Blue," the
seniors passed their lanterns over to
members of the other classes signi-
fying the passing of the classes.
After the Lantern Night ceremony,
boxed suppers were served in Bar-
bour gymnasium. At 6:45 p.m. the
freshmen presented their pageant
"Rip Van Winkle" to a crowd of
nearly 1,000 people. Although the
project was scheduled to be produced
on Palmer Field, uncertain weather
conditions made an outdoor produc-
tion impossible. The pageant, which
was directed by Sarah Pierce, Grad.,
depicted the family troubles of Rip,
Dame Margaret, and their 10 chil-
dren.
The yellow and blue flag, given to
the class having the most members in
the Lantern Night march, was
awarded to the seniors.
Barbour Scholar Plans
To Sail Ilone Monday
Miss I-djen Ho, Grad., who com-
pleted the requirements for the de-
gree of Doctor of Philosophy in
Physics at the University this spring,
will sail from New York Monday on
her way home to Soochow, China.
Miss Ho graduated from Ginling
College, Nanking China, in 1930, af-
ter which she taught for one year
in Olivet Memorial High School,
Chinkiang. From 1930 to June 1933
she studied at Mount Holyoke Col-
lege, South Hadley, Mass., where she
received her master's degree.
For the last four years Miss Ho
has been awarded one of the Levi L.
Barbour Scholarships for Oriental]
Women to enable her to study at the
University.

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FOR DECORATION DAY - Those New

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... the shoes that are your most intimate campus
companions, for you wear them most! Ghillies in
White, Buck or Crushed Pig, with all-leather heels!
Come pick yours!

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Specials For
Decoration Day
Sale of Summer Silk DRESSES
-Washable Satin, Shantung,
Net, or Georgettes in sizes rang-
ing from 11 to 52.
5 to $10.90

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gram which will be given after din-
ner. Guests will include Prof. and
Mrs. O. S. Duffendack, Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Freund, Dr. and Mrs. W. T.
Lieman, Dr .and Mrs. Howard Mac-
Clusky and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morns.
Hold House Party
Tau Beta Pi will give a week-endt
house party starting tomorrow after-
noon and lasting till Sunday after-
noon at the Lakeland Hotel at Lake-,
land. Dr. F. L. Everett and Prof. M.-
B. Stout will act as chaperons.
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Frowine
and Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mayer are to
chaperon the Xi Psi Phi spring formal
which will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority will hold
its annual breakfast dance from 9
a.m. to noon, Monday ,at the Huron
Hills Country Club.

Seni or Ball Ticket
Sellout Announced
A complete sell-out of general sale
tickets for Senior )all was announced
yesterday by Cerdric Marsh and Alex-
inder Neill, co-chairmen of the ticket
committee. The sale was restricted to
members of the senior class.
Any remaining tickets are held by
other committee members.

COLLEGIATE SHOE SHOP
A Great Array of Super Values
MON TH-END

LORRAINE SHOP
121 South Main Street

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College Shops and Downtown Store

SPECIAL
Friday Saturday
MAIN STORE
C:OATS
UNTRIMMED SPORT and DRESS
25 Discount

SALE

Our racks must be cleared for summer clothes, so
here is the balance of our Spring Stock, at reduc-
tions of more than ONE-HALF.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY

DRESSES--

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Crepes, prints, knits, sheers, jack-
ets, capes, little suits for daytime.
Laces, nets, chiffons, organdies

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DRESSES.. .for tennis ..
for golf . . . for tea . . . for
dates . . . for dancing.
$8.95 to $22.75

SINCE MEMORIAL DAY is your last
fling at fun until after exam worries
are over, you'll be wanting to have a
-really grand weekend. Do it up right
by having the knock-out type of
clothes for whatever fun you may
happen to indulge in.
S . . .
srs . . .
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nnis . .
BATHING SUITS . ..that
are guaranteed to absolutely
floor both life guard and
escort. *
$1.95 to $10.95

$11.00

for evening.
Sizes 12 to 46 -16 to 26

SUITS

SPRING SUITS and
Fur Trimmed Coats

2 pc. tailleurs, swaggers, fitted
three-quarter length.
Sizes 12 to 38.

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1/2 Price
DRESSES

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Plus...
Play Suits...
Slacks and Shirt
Shorts and Halte
Smart Riding Tog
Knits for Golf ..
Sunbacks for Tei
Play and Beach
Accessories . .
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$ .95 and $f.95

One Group of Values to $45
Stocks replenished from our other two stores.
A complete assortment of sizes and types.
Dresses for all occasions - exceptional values.
Store Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 to 5:30.
Saturday 9 to 6 P.M.

COATS -
Three fur collared, six plain, in
sizes 12 to 20 - Values to $35.
D RESSES -
SCrepes, prints, knits, sheers, in
$80 sizes 12 to. 46.
SUITS-
2-pc. tailleurs-Swaggers.
DRESSES --
Prints, sheers, crepes, knits.
$5.00, Sees 12 to 46-Values to $19.75
SUITS-
2-pc. tailleurs in greys, browns-
many sizes 12 to 20 - values to
$12.95.
0 Blouses - Sweaters-Skirts.

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50 Sport and Daytime
DRESSES $5.95

$1.00

Blouses - Linens - Crepes.
Sizes 3 2 to 40.

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