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For First Term
To Girls' Co-Op
To Be Used To Purchase-
Permanent Equipment;
ApplicationsNow Open
More than 200 dollars profit was
made during the first semester by the
Girls' Cooperative House, established
this fall in an effort to provide a
painles sway to reduce excessive ex-
penses for women's room and board.
This figure represents a net gain
exclusive of a sinking fund for rent
during the summer months. Profits
will be used to add permanent equip-
ment to the organization.
The house is completely run by the
19 members of the cooperative, the
cooking, cleaning and other house-
keeping jobs being divided among
them. Tasks have been arranged
so that each girl does a maximum
of seven hours work a week.
By cutting overhead in this way,
the cooperative is able to provide
room and board for $5.75 a week and
still operate at a profit.
Applications for next semester are
now being received, with the expecta-
tion that rents will remain the same.
Beautification Of New Mall
Now Nearing Completion
Beautification of the campus moves
forward with the. landscaping now
being done on the three acres sur-
rounding the new Horace Rackham
School of Graduate Studies which
should be completed within three
About 25 WPA laborers under the
supervision of Arthur Stellhorn, '34,
are levelling the grounds preparatory
to seediiig and completing the plant-
ipg of a hedge which will enclose the
read It In The Daily x

Swing School Holds Executive
Session Tuesday In The League

Committee For
Chosen By


Local Churches

Congress' Heads
Installed Thur

Diamond's Jazz Collection
To Help Hillel In Drive
For Funds To Aid Jews
All Michigan students enrolled in
the swing school will have an im-
portant class at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Main Ballroom of the League,
when Philip Diamond of the German
department will present some of the
best pieces of his famous collection
of swing records. Attendance is prac-
tically compulsory.
The admission price of 10 cents a
person will go to the fund campaign
being conducted by the Hillel Founda-
tion to aid victims of religious perse-
cution in Europe.
Campus connoisseurs of the mad
music claim Mr. Diamond's collection
is the best and most complete in
the country. Records by Bix Beider-'
bicke, Red Nichols, Miff !Mole and Joe
Venuti, old timers and the originators
of the real jam session, that fans
could probably not hear anywhere
else will be played at the concert
Mr. Diamond, a University graduate
and a former Big Ten quarter-mile
champion, worked his way through
school with a band of his own and
after graduation was a pianist with
several popular swing orchestras of
the day.
His notable collection of syncopated
masterpieces was started when rag-
time was the rage. The selections
will be grouped according to or-
chestras and Mr. Diamond will com-
ment on the band personnels and ar-
The local $3,000 drive to aid Jews
in Europe, to which the entire pro-
ceeds of the concert will be donated,
is part of the national five mnillion
dollar campaign being conducted by

the Joint Distribution Committee of
New York.
Candidates for a BS (Bachelor of
Swing) who attend will be given credit
toward their doctorate. This music
appreciation class. unlike that offered
by the University for students who
are unable to appreciate the new
great music will have no blue books
or term theses. Only true love of the
art will be {required of the several
hundred students who are expected to
be present.
Etiopian Test
before League
Italian Recognition Comes
Up In Opening Session
GENEVA, May 7.-00)-The diplo-
matic "battle of the year" will open
here Monday over the question of
recogntion of Ethiopia as part of the
Italian empire.
The League of, Nations Council
will open its 101st meeting then on
the second anniversary of Italy's an-
nexation of the East African nation.
A single adverse vote could wreck
a Council decision. No unanimous
vote, however, is required for a mere
recommendation by the Council-us-
ually the practice on questions of
Ethiopia's legal existence as an in-
dependent state, League quarters in-
dicated tonight, may be treated as
just that-a mere question of proce-
Other issues to be before the states-
men will include.:
1. China's appeal against Japan's
undeclared Xwar.
2. Foreign intervention in the
Spanish civil war.
3. Switzerland's demand for "in-
tegral" neutrality.
4. The position of refugees from
Austrian Germany,
Growing resentment faced the
plans of Great Britain and France
to have the Council give membersof
the League freedom to recognize the
Italian conquest if they desired to do

Committees for the annual fresh-
man picnic, to be held Saturday af-
ternoon, ay 28, have been announced
by Janet Homer, '41, general chair-
The joint committee in charge of
publicity and entertainment is com-
posed of Jack Corey, Robert Cran-
ston, Allison Curtis, Richard France,
Olga Manichoss, Barbara Newton,
James Palmer and Mary Rodgers.
Besides the, traditional softball
game between the freshman in the
engineering and literature colleges,
the committee has announced a pro-
gram of races and novelty games.
Deflation Is Cause
Of U.S. Recession,
Economist Asserts
(continued from Page 1)
building and capital expansion as a
compensating measure.
The banquet also was the occasion
for the presentation of Beta Gamma
Sigma scholarship keys to top stu-
dents in the business school. Those
awarded keys were: Prof. George R.
Husband, Mary E. Bennett, '38; Wil-
lim B. Corlis, '39; John Phelps, '39;
Carl T. Devine, Grad; Charles A.
Hoffman, '38; Charles S. Lurie, '39;
Hugh Mallick, '38; Wilbur K. Pier-
pont, '38; and Paul W. Pinkerton, Jr.,
Hope that the activities of the fed-
eral securities and exchange com-
mission would stimulate corporations
to improve the caliber of their annual
reports was by Carmen G. Blough,
chief accountant for the SEC, in a
conference of the group yesterday.

The Installation Banquet for new
Presbyterians To Dedicate Congress officers will be held Thurs-
day, May 19, in the Union, it was an-
New Church Today nounced yesterday by Irving Silver-
man, '38, president of Congress and
Contlnued from Page 1) co-chairman of the banquet with
byterian Church at the new student Robert Kleiner, '38.
center. The banquet will feature talks by
The Rev. Charles W. Brashares several prominent faculty men and
will speak to the First Methodist out-going officers. All independent
Church at the 10:45 a.m. service. His men can buy tickets at the Union
subject will be "Beginning at Home." desk or from Congress members.
The Wesleyan Guild will meet at 6 Awards for service to the organiza-
p.m. in Stalker Hall. Following the tion will also be made at the banquet,
fellowship supper, officers for the it was announced. Members of the
coming year will be installed and Dr. executive council and district coun-
Brashares will speak to the group. cil are to receive keys; other officers
The second in the new Hillel Sun- and committeemen will be given pins.
day Forum series will be held tonight Petitions for the various positions
at the Foundation, starting with a
cost supper at 6 p.m. to be followed were accepted this past week, 'and
by a social and a symposium on the the announcement of the new officers
causes of anti-Semitism. will be made by the judiciary com-
t~ mittee Thursday, May' 12.
The 'symposium, following the pol-
icy of having a panel of speakers in-
stead of one guest faculty speaker, REPUBLICANS DEFY MURPHY
will start at 8 p.m. with a panel DETROIT, May 7.-(P)--Governor
composed of Miriam Szold, '40, Leon Murphy's hospital modernization and
Rosenman, '39, and Fred Brandeis,. uilding program was attacked today
Grad. An open discussion will follow, by two Republicans.

This floodlit empire tower dom-
inates the $5,000,000 Empire expo-
sition at Glasgow, Scotland just
opened formally by King George
and Scotch-born Queen Elizabeth.

The United Peace Committee will
meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Lane Hall
to elect new members to the execu-
tive board and discuss plans for a
permanent structure, Martin'B. Dwor-
kis, 40, executive board chairman an-
nounced yesterday. The peace movies
scheduled for presentation Tuesday
have been postponed, he stated.'

For Information,-C.:all MISS_ JONES at 2-3241

we cal it SH ADOW
THE WHOLE FRONT is made of airy mesh - allowing the air
to simply seep through to the body. It's a SHADOW Corselette
with special control - the back stretches up and down from
hip to hip - the sides stretch BOTH ways - slimming your
figure to the lines of the new summer fashions. It opens all
the way down the left side - you'll find that a joy when you're
hot and sticky! Here's the surest recipe for a delightfully-
comfortable summer - we know you'll say it's grand!


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To own a PALM BEACH suit in'
the new, lighter weight cloth,
nian-tailored by PASSARELLI is'
'to banish the last bogey of hot'
1days. Secretly processed, it holds
its line perfectly in the face of
onstant' tubbing or wear, and
the EarlG sleeve lining anid
Kover-Zip fasteners are distinc-'
tive details of finish. A suit is
smart so often in summer, you'll
need several in white, natura,
black, brown, navy and pasels'
A bove: Trim fl/ed back to this single
breasted style. Sweeping peak lapel.
Patch pockets. Link closing. Inverted
centerd pleat skirt. nge10 - 20


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"madding crowd" down at Mich-
igras certainly was super, wasn't
it, boys and girls-more fun than
a barrel of monkeys! And didn't
you see everyone you'd ever known
since you were knee high to a
grasshopper? It seems Everybody
and their second and third cousins
were there! Spring fun in Ann
Arbor makes even the Phi Betes
jtake time out to while away a few
YES SIREE, GALS, and we have
news for you today that will make
that current heart throb want to
while away more than a few hours
beneath that full moon. Smart
girls since Cleopatra's time have
known the witchery in a combin-
ation of lunar light and a pretty
girl in an enchantingly swirling
summer formal-else why the tra-
dition claimed by the June month.
And here's the frock we mean-
Exquisite, miniature bouquets
printed on a white crepe - just
the right sort of fitted bodice-and
innumerable, swirling, swaying'
pleats (which we defy you to be
able to count). And could you
swing 'n sway in that! We guar-
antee you'll be the most admired
dancing partner trippin' the light
fantastic. Nature will provide the
moon; DILLONS', the frock; and
he'll ptovide the compliments!
Smart irls are snapping up the
adorabl little bengaline and vel-
vet jackets that sell for a tiny sum
and really make the evening pic-
ture complete.
TODAY lovely ladies "who dance
the whole night thra," have aban-
doned the minuet and polka, but
an aura of glamour like that ex-
uded by beauties of the first In-
augural Ball is still the toast of
modern "Michigan" gallants. Early
American toiletries recapture the
spell. Haunting "Old Spice"fra-
grance ! The same that Early
American belles brewed of rose
petals and spices perfumes this
smart, new bathpowder and soap.
Bigger stores from Hollywood to
New York can't keep enough of
this "glamour getter" on hand.
Just to let you in on a secret we'll
tell you that old treasure chests
inspired the piquant hand decor-
ated, wood veneer boxes-and the
perfume and toilet water contain-
ers are authentic reproductions of
old Stiegel glass. Hold on, girls,
we know you'll all rush to be the
first in Ann Arbor with this new
trick in fragrances, and the line
forms to the right at CALKINS-
OUCH!-Yes we know that it is
your current sunburn you are so
proud of! And here-peoples-are
the spanking new sun back dresses
just aching to help you show off
that first "golden glow." KESSEL'S
have barely had time to shake the
tissue out of these before we flew
I offt o-e tt he w nwstn ou r

right up out of his 10 o'clock snooze
when you appear in one of these!
-please let me explain-that is
how a German would say-"you
are looking lovely" if you come
out in JUNE GRAY'S adorable
navy and white Dirndl dress. The
extra little navy bodice laces up
with a bright scarlet ribbon in true
Tyrolean style and we'll guarantee
you at least on serenade of "Du,
Du liegst mir im Herzen." And
June Gray has something for you.
girls who treasure that lovely pink
and white complexion. Huge, open-
crowned straw hats that 'are the
answer to every girl's secret desire
-You know, the wish to have, just
once, a hat with a great big flat-
tering brim. Seeing these you
won't be thinking of anything so
lowly as socks but we have some in
this store that aren't mere ordi-
nary socks. No siree-they're lovely
delectable pastel colors you've been
hunting far and wide for. Your
search is ended when you drop in
at June Grey's.
So long-we'll be gadding about
next week again.


Other Shadows for all figures,
$3.50 and $5.00


Eliminates bulging at the warstline,
Easiest to put on and take off.
No downward pull on the bu.st
Hook-and-eye center closure
gives smart separation..
Center- ront zipper pre-
vents "ol-side' pull.
Allows free breathing.
Tb "'CiOpen Diaphragmcn is en. Carie
feature of "Miss Scarenetie" by "H&W"



Notation for Monday.
There's to be a Choice of the House" SALE at Marilyn's. Our well-
known policy is "NO CAKRY-OVE(S" . . . so

21 Man- Tailored& Dressma
Your unrestricted choice Regardless of formcr price or value.

20 FuF-Trimmed
Two- and three-piece, These sold as high as $41.50 $19 will not cover
the cost of the furs






31 COATS...Plainand' Tw'ed$
The kind that sold for $19.75 to $25.
This is a half-yearly savings opportunrity and you can get your share


Ask to see our new TYROLEAN GIRDLES
worn outside your dav or evening frock.

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