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THE MICHIGAN DAILY A IYGE FIVE

Cotton Used In Newest Bathing Suits1
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Seaweed, Fishes Decorate Suit
Of Brilliant-Colored Shantung
By VIRGINIA VOORHEES tangling their varn-colored fins amid
Under the sea, where there are such white and blue seaweed as

Engagements, I
Wedding Dates
Are Announcedj
Several engagements and wedding
dates have been announced recently
by former students.
Eileen McManus, '36, daughter of
Mrs. William Henry McManus of De-
troit, will marry Robert A. Choate,
'36L, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Choate of Greenville, Saturday in the
League Chapel.
Miss McManus was a member of
Alpha Kappa Delta, Black Quill and
Senior Society. She was also secre-
tary of Helen Newberry, served on the
League board of governors and was
on the finance committee.
Mr. Choate was a member of Tau
Beta Pi during his enrollment in the
engineering school and later became
affiliated with the Society of Indus-
trial Lawyers.
Helen D. Osborn, Grad., daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Osborn of
Sault Ste. Marie, has recently an-
nounced her engagement to Dr. Ro-
bert Jess Patton, son of Dr. and Mrs.
'harles L. Patton of Springfield, Ill.
Miss Osborn, who lives at Martha
Cook, is a granddaughter of Chase S.
Osborn, a former governor of this
State.
Phoebe Bennett, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward S. Bennett of De-
troit, announced. her engagement to
Harold A. Sleeper, '31, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Sleeper of
Detroit.
Miss Bennett attended the Liggett
School in Detroit, Miss Hall's School
at Pittsfield, Mass., and the Garland
School in Boston. Mr. Sleeper is a
graduate of the Harvard Law School
as well as of the University.
ALPHA DELTA PI HONORED
The national scholarship cup of
Alpha Delta Pi has been awarded to
the local chapter.

Junior Girls Play Nets
$310 For League Fund
Profit from the 1937 Junior Girls
Play amounted to $310.04, according
to Margaret Ferries, finance chair-
man of the production. The money
will go into the Undergraduate Fund
>f the League.
Hope Hartwig was the chairman of
-he musical comedy, "Feather In His
Cap," which was presented in March
by the women of the class of '38.

No runs, no hit- a perfect game!
PURITY ICE CREAM
a perfect dessert!
Wikel Drug Company
We Deliver Phone 3494

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T EX-T OP HOSIERY
HERE, praise be, is a stocking that fits you
perfectly . . . comfortably . . . in action as
well as in repose! Extra long, with a special
stretchy top, it clings and "gives" exactly
as needed. It's the famous Fielderest La-
France TEX-TOP stocking. . . and it comes
in all those new "Indies Colors" that are

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fishes, shells, sea-weed, even an oc-
topus or two, competition requires
that human mermaids look after their
interests in the smartest of bathing
suits.
The suit pictured on the right is,
destined to attract notice in the wa-
ter or on the beach. It is called
"Cherie" by its designer, which name
was undoubtedly inspired by the
round cherry-like buttons decorating
it. The skirt is detachable and may
be worn around the shoulders for
the sake of variety as well as for pro-
tection against the sun's rays. This
suit is very fitted and is of ripply
wool.
Shantung is the material used in
a suit with a red background on
which fish swim in all varieties from
the ferocious octopus to the meek-
eyed jelly fish. At least they ap-
pear to be such in spite of the strange
colors which camouflage their true
natures. They seem to be busy en-

would leave, most fish gasping for
breath. This suit is styled with a
fitted top and the straps over the
shoulders continue at the waistline
to tie in back. It is also made with a
blue background.
Seersucker makes up into an at-
tractive model with a gored skirt
which flares out all around and but-
tons in back with crystal buttons.
Brilliantly flowered pique is used in
a smart suit with pleated shorts and
a halter top, the bandeau of which
narrows down until it forms ties in
the back. All these cotton styles
have jersey linings.
"A suit of yellow ribbed wool fits
smoothly. It has an unusual neck
and strap arrangement carrying out
the lines set by the diagonal ribbing
in the material. Another woolen mod-
el of acquarmarine buttons in front
with large and round navy buttons.
Its braided straps loop in back, run
through the band edging the top of
the trunks, and tie there.

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JEWELRY - rhinestone, metal,
crystal...........$1.00 to $7.50

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for a
COO L
Summer
- °' Without a doubt,
*°-Cotton Sheers are
*. the loveliest and
coolest frocks for
Summer! Soft and
chiffonlike, they re-
sist wrinkles amaz-
ingly.
O °o
# All Color fast!
** Bright Florals!
e* Dotted Swisses!
** Roman Sheers!
* - * Voiles!
- - Many other Washable
- materials to choose
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from.
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GLOVES - Aris Kid . . $3.25 to
Capeskin ......... $1.95 to
Fabric and Lace . ..$1.00 to

$4.50
$3.50
$2.95

GUIMPES --lace or piqie .
.$2.00 and $3.50
Boleros and Sashes . . .$1 and $2 each

FITTED CASES - linen, fabricoid
and cowhide ... . $6.50 to $24.50

UMBRELLAS -silk, Gloria cloth,
oiled silk..........$2.00 to $7.50

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