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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pi Beta Phi Wins Lantern Night Sing \ Sorority Team
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Following March To

Report Sellout
Of Ball Tickets
Seniors May Hold Dance
In Intraniural Building
The Senior'Ball, to be held Friday,
June 17 will be held in the Intramural
Building if the number of tickets sold
make it advisable, Neil Levenson, '38,
stated yesterday.
The present supply of tickets s
completely sold out, and 100 reserva-
tions for additional bids have been;
handed in at the present time, Leven-
son stated. For the purpose of esti-
mating the probable demand for tick-
ets, lists will be posted today and
until noon tomorrow in the Union,
League and the bulletin board in
Angell Hall basement. Persons desir-
ing to reserve tickets, priced at $3.50,
will have the opportunity of signing
up at that time,'the committee an-
nounced.
The Senior Ball was held in t'ie
Intramural Building for the first
time last year, when the expected at-
tendance exceeded the capacity of
the Union ballroom. Jan Garber and
his orchestra played for the affair.
The committee for the dance this
year has selected Henry Busse and
his band, from the Chez Paree in CAi-
cago, to play for the 1938 Senior
Ball. Busse has played for campus
functions twice in recent years when
he was featured with Hal Kemp at
the 1934 J-Hop at the Frosh Frolic
in 1932.

Kappa Alpha Theta Given
W.A.A. Participation Cup
(Continued from Page 1)
Jesperson, former president of As-
sembly.
Prof. David Mattern, conductor of
the men's glee club, and Prof. Thelma
Lewis, of the School of Music, werej
judges for the sing. Professor Mat-
tern made the presentation of the cup
to the winner of the sing.
Delta Gamma opened the program
with "Dream Girl" and "Girls Sweet
O nd Fair." Chi Omega followed
with "Here's to the Best Fraternity,"
and Helen Newberry came next with
"College Days." "The Hearth Song"
and "Memories" were sung by Alpha
Chi Omega. Delta Delta Delta was
fifth and Gama Phi Beta came sixth
with "Gamma Phi Sweetheart.."
"Heart of an A E Phi" was then sung
by Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Couzens Hall was eighth on the
program and sang "Follow the
Gleam." Alpha Omicron Pi was next
with "Jacqueminot Rose," followed by
"Original Jordan Song" by Jordan'
Hall. -Next came Alpha Gamma Del-
ta singing "Candle Lighting Time,"I
and they were followed by Kappa
Alpha Theta singing "Spirit of
Theta." Alpha Xi Delta sang "Your
Consolation" and the Ann Arbor In-
dependents sang "Vengeance."
Betsy Barbour was next on the
program singing "I've Been Working
on the Railroad." They were followed
by Beta Theta Pi. "Sweetheart of
Kappa Delta" was sung by Kappa
Delta and Alpha Phi sang "Let's
Pledge Ourselves to Alpha Phi." Mo-
sher Hall gave their rendition of

Palmer Field 'W s "j uecision
In Last Debate
Heads Lantern Night Gamma Phi Beta Victors
By Opponents' Default;
Committee Gives Tea
Gamma Phi Beta won the final
f round of the women's intramural de-
bate series through default by Delta
1 Gamma at 3:30 p.m. yesterday in the
League.
Thedecision was given by Prof.
Gail Densmore, Prof. Carl Brandt
and Prof. Henry Moser, acting judges,
when through a misunderstanding in
the time set for the debates one of
the members of the Delta Gamma
y v team failed to appear.
Following a tea given for the de-
baters and guests, a no-decision de-
bate was held. Jean Tibbits, '40, and
Barbara Newton, '41, of Gamma Phi=
Beta upheld the affirmative of the
question concerning the adoption of
the proposed United States' plan for
military preparedness. Mary Rail,
NORMA CURTIS '39, and Jane Krause, '41, of Delta
NOM CURTGamma debated the negative side of
Miss Curtis, '39, was general the question.
chairman of Lantern Night held Miss Olive Lockwood of the speech
last night at Palmer Field. Twenty- department acted as faculty advisor
five organizations marched with for the debate series. Helen Jean
the senior women in the annual Dean, '39, chairman, took charge of
Lantern Night parade which was the organization of the series which
led by the University Band. was sponsored by the League.
The intramural debates were be-
"The Friar Song" and Alpha Delta gun April 21 with 22 teams entering
Pi sang "I Love the Pin." Zeta Tau the contest.
Alpha, singing "Zeta Melody," wasc
followed by Martha Cook singing a New Officers Are Elected
l medley of "Laudes Atque Carmina" Florence Michlinski, '39, was pre-
and "God Be With You Till We Meet sented the Alice Martin scholarship
Again." Sorosis sang "Sorosis, the by Miss Alice Lloyd at the Adelia
Evening Is Falling." Kappa Kappa Cheever Honors dinner. The recent-+
Gamma and Pi Beta Phi presented ly elected officers are Miss Michlin-
the last two numbers. I( kinirsident a T Laming.'3.

Fisher-Boy Overalls
With Tailored Shirt
Shown For Picnics
With a holiday coming up Monday,
students are bound to go on picnics
and canoe trips, meantime concen-
trating more on clothes than on ex-
ams.
The most important thing, of
course, in choosing a costume, is to

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pick a material that will take any-
thing. Crush-resistant cottons are
perfect for the times when the gon-
dolier's paddling gets splashy, and
sharkskin will stand a tubbing after
a lot of unkind treatment.
For a rougn and tumble outing,
something sturdy will be needed.
Fisher-boy over-alls are new, and
they come in any length this season.
Slacks in sail-cloth are an old stand-
by with, for instance, a cool silk-
and-acetate pull-over.
If one is being more lady-like, a
gay printed dirndl is picturesque and
appropriate, and a matching scarf
or bonnet will keep you sleek.
One dirndl model is inade of blue
and white checked gingham. It has a
square neck, puffed sleeves, and an
attractive sunbonnet of the same ma-
terial with a starched brim.
Westminster Guild
To Honor Seniors I
Westminster Guild, young people's
group of the Presbyterian Church,
will hold a closed formal dinner-
dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. today an
the student meeting room of the
Presbyterian Church, honoring the!
senior members of the Guild.
The chaperons are Prof. and Mrs.
Howard McClusky, Prof. and Mrs.
James Woodburn and Miss Elizabeth
Leinback. Other guests include 11
and Mrs. Ora S. Duffendack, Mr. and
Mrs. George Alder and Mr. and Mrs.
L. 'R.Hunter. Arnold Kuhl will be
the toastmaster.

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a a v u a a,ct .Cltitt , J ,
vice-president and social chairman;
-and Jean Ebersole, '40SM, secretary-
treasurer.

FRIDAY and Saturday... Goodyear's
MONTH-END SALE

Five Formal And One Informal
Dances Are Planned For Toniglit

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EXTRAORDINARY VALUE DAYS just before the Decoration
Day holiday. Our regular once-a-month clearance of
odd lots and broken size ranges in women's and chil -
dren's apparel--all desirable for early summer. Women' s
footwear, dress accessories, and things for the home.
Shop Friday, the savings are unusually worthwhile.
Sale continues Saturday .too.
ALL SALES FINAL - NO APPROVALS, EXCHANGES
C.O.D.'s or PHONE ORDERS w
DAYTIME and EVENING DRESSES,
3.98 5.98 7.98
Pastel crepes and heavy sheers, a few bright prints, thin
wools, navy and black. Tailored, afternoon, and jacket styles.
Value to 19.95. Also a few long sleeved dinner downs and
2 formals .. . white, wine, green and black crepe, marquisette
and fringe. Values to 39.75.
EVENING GOWNS ...16.98
9 evening and dinner gowns of chiffon, net, crepe, and taffeta.
Several styles with jackets. Odd sizes. Values to 39.75.
EVENING GOWNS ... 9.98
Just 6 of them, mostly extreme evening types in net, lace,
taffeta, crepe and marquisette. Odd sizes... values to 29.75.
oWHITE COATS...9.98
3 white coats and one pink coat in sizes 12, 16 and 16/. Fitted
and swagger . . crepe lined . . . greatly reduced.
- APPAREL - THIRD FLOOR
SPORT SHOP COATS ... 14.95
20 fitted and swagger tailored coats of fine woolens and
tweeds, and several reversible gabardine and tweed topcoats.
Sizes 12 to 40 . . . navy and pastels.
RAINCOATS... LESS
Plain and printed rubberized broadcloth and silk. Plain tailored
and shoulder cape styles. Sizes 12 to 20 ... formerly 5.00 to 10.00..
SPORT SHOP SUITS... 11.98
20 man-tailored suits in flannels, twills and tweeds. Two-
piece styles . . . 12 to 20 . . . values to 19.50.
25 CAPE COD SHORT RAINCOATS; 1.00 each.
21 BOLEROS and JACKETS; 2.98 each-pastel woolens. Black
satin blouses, skitts
15 SKIRTS; 2.98 each-pasttel, flannel and black satin.
38 BLOUSES; 1.98, 2.98, 3.98 each - silks, plain and plaid taffetas;
32 to 42. Pastels and dark shades. Values to 5.95.
1 CHIFFON BLOUSE; 7.98 - accordion pleated, powder blue
afternoon style.'
FINE LUGGAGE GREATLY REDUCED

KNOX & ROXFORD
FELT HATS
2.98 and 4.98
Pastels, brown, navy, and black
sports and tailored felt brims.
Trimmed with ribbons and em-
broidery. Many are ideal for
summer wear. Formerly 7.95 to
12.50.
MILLINERY-THIRD FLOOR
SECOND FLOOR
DRESSES AND UNIFORMS; 98c
each.
17 VANITY FAIR SLIPS; 1.69
each -- navy and brown.
SLIPS and PAJAMAS; 1.69 each
20 SLIPS; 1.98 each -- crepe and
satin, lace trimmed; values to
3.50.
3 KAYSER NIGHTGOWNS; 2.98
each - knitted of glovesilk.
37 PCS. LINGERIE; 69c each -
petticoats, pajamas, chemise,
briefs.
45 NIGHTGOWNS; 2.98 and 3.98
each - satin and 6repe; lace
trimmed.
LOUNGING APPAREL; 4.98, 6.98,
10.98 -- pajamas and ensembles
and hostess gowns formerly priced
to 27.50.
80 GIRDLES and CORSETTES;
5.98 and 7.98 each -- formerly
priced to 12.50.
25 GIRDLES and CORSETTES;
69c to 1.98 each.
55 BRASSIERES; 19c and 49,
each - values to 1.25.
SECOND FLOOR
PAJAMAS
1.39 nd 2.98 .pr
30 pairs of printed broadcloth
and printed silk Iwo - piece
pajamas with long or short
sleeves. Odd sizes . .. values to
5.00.
HOSE and GLOVES
46 PAIRS ANKLETS; 29c pair -
wool, size 8%.
93 PAIRS SOCKS; 19c pair-
7 socks in sizes 81% to 91/.
186 PAIRS HOSIERY; 79c pair--
sizes 8 /2to 10V,; desirable shades.
60 PAIRS GLOVES; 1.49 pair -
black, white, brown, biege, green,
and red kid.
60 PAIRS FABRIC GLOVES; 49c
pair - odd sizes 5% to 7%.
FIRST FLOOR

In contrast to the 35 dances held
last weekend, there will be orb y eight
chapter house dances on campus this
weekend. Five formal and one in-
formal dance are scheduled for to-
night.
Alpha Xi Delta sorority is holding,
its annual spring formal from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Steere and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O.
Creal will chaperon the dance. Jimity
Fisher and his orchestra will furnish
the music, and Japanese lanterns are
being used to decorate the garden.
Chi Phi fraternity is having its
spring formal today, also, from 10
p.m. to 1 a.m. The music will be pro-
vided by Charle Zwick and his nine-
piece orchestra. Chaperoning the
dance are Mr. and Mrs. George An-
dros, Mr. and Mrs. Philip de Deaubin
and Dr. William Brace.
Chi Psi fraternity is giving an in-
formal victrola dance from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ran-
dall and Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Griggs
will be the chaperons.
Delta Delta Delta sorority will have
a formal dinner-dance at the Barton
Hills Country Club. Their chaperon
list includes Mr. and Mrs. James
Everly, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Marin, Mr.
and Mrs. Shirley W. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Rolland M. Mathews, Mr. and
Mrs. Frances Shilling and Mrs. John
Theta Cbi Holds Annual
Mothers' Bridge Party
Theta Chi fraternity entertained
100 women at their eighth annual
Mothers' Bridge Party given in the
chapter house yesterday.
Charles Frost, '40, was in charge of
the affair. Thirty-five of those at-
tending were mothers of students in
the fraternity, while the other guests
were friends invited by them, Frost
stated.

A. Orbison. George Petrouleas' or-
chestra will play for the dance.
The Huron Hills Country' Club will
be th'e scene of the Phi Sigma Sigma
1 annual spring formal. Larry Moi ;e
and his "Dance Barons" will furnish
the music. Mrs. Lettie M. Davies,
Mrs. Belle Knight, Dr. Bernard Hel-
ler and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinhart
will chaperon.
Theta Chi fraternity also is having
its spring formal tonight. The chap-
erons will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Legge and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pal-
mer. Russ Rollin's orchestra will
play.
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Black Fabricord Fitted Case, 18-inch; formerly 8.50.....5.98
Black Fabricord Fitted Case, 18-inch; formerly 11.50.....8.98
Brown Fabricord Fitted-Case, 21-inch; formerly 11.50....8.98
Brown Topgrain Cowhide Fitted Case; 18-inch; for. 15.00 10.98
Brown Topgrain Cowhide Fittetd Case; 18-inch for. 25.00. .18.98
Black Fabricord Hangar Case; 21-inch; formerly 13.95... .9.98

GIFTS 98c and 1.98
35 better gifts . ..spun alumi-
num vases, hand wrought cop-
per pieces spun aluminum bun

men from 184 colleges en-
rolled at Katharine Gibbs
School. Here they are ac-
quiring secretarial training
for interesting, well-paid posi-
tions made available through the
experienced services of-our Place-
ment Department-which regu-
larly receives more calls for Gibbs
secretaries with college training

You'll tear the pages from your calendar to hurry vacation
along when you see these rollicking cottons! Frosty-cool, cotton
DRESSES, in every trim style from shirtwaisters to dirndls!
Sizes 12 to 46. $1.95 to $8.95. PLAY SUITS to love and live in!
Sizes 12.to 20; $1.95 to $5.95! BATHING SUITS designed to
make you star of your summer beach scene - satin lastex, krinkle
cotton and krinkle satin lastex, wool, silk jersey and cotton prints!
Sizes 32 to 42; $2.95 to $6.95! SLACKS and SLACK SETS,
tailored to a "T" in "Tru-Kool" and other fabrics. Sizes 12 to 20;

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