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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Prama Sea soxi
Attracts Many
To Ann Arbor
Dr. W. P. Eaton, Dorothy
Sands And Doris Dalton
Included Among Guests
The dramatic season has attracted
numerous celebrities to Ann Arbor,
among them Dr. Walter Prichard
Eaton, well-known dramatic criicI
who is in Ann Arbor to deliver the
Hopwood lecture, Dr. Eaton is et
present with the Yale School of
Drama.
tAnother guest o the dramatic sea-
son, Dorothy Sands, who arrived yes-
terday in preparation for her Sun-
day evening recital of impersonations,
will stay over to appear in "Rain
From Heaven" with Jane Cowl.
Doris Dalton, elevated to stardom
last year in New York when she ap-
peared with Henry Fonda in "Blow
Ye Winds," is staying at the Micrji-
gan League. She is to appear in
"French Without Tears," rehearsals
for which started yesterday. Aristide
Aramini, the only authentic French-
man to appear in the play, is also in
Ann Arbor.
Among the other actors whop are to
appear in forthcoming productions
and who have already arrived are
Cornel Wilde and Nigel Blake.
Orientation Group To Meet
A compulsory meeting of all women
orientation advisers for transfer stu-
dents will be held at 5 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, it was announced yesterday
by Patricia Haff, '39, chairman.F
H. W. CLARK
ENGLISH BOOTMAKER
Custom-Made Boots to Your Measure
Riding Boot, hand-sewn welt, hand-
lasted, from $6.75 up.' All kinds of
oxfords made to measure from $7.50 up.
534 Forest Ave. Ann Arbor, Miph.

Script Needed
For Next J.G.P.
Positions On Committees
Are Now Being Granted
A script is needed for the 1939
Junior Girls' Play, it was announced
recently by Dorothoy Shipman, '40,
general chairman.
Anyone interested may submit a
summary of a plot or a sample scene
to Miss Shipman at any time during
the remainder of this semester, or
mail it to her this summer in care
of the League. A simple musical com-
edy is the type of theme desired. De-
cision as to whether or not men will
be included in the cast will be made
later, Miss Shipman said.
Those women who petitioned and
who .signed up for a committee af4r
the mass meeting held last Tuesday
will automatically be included on the
committee of their choice.
Physical Education Meet
Won By Dorothy Davis
Dorothy Davis, '40Ed, won the track
meet which was held yesterday on
Palmer Field for women majoring in
physical education by taking first
place in the 15-yard dash, the broad-
jump and the discus throw.
Florence Corkum, '41Ed, placed
first in the baseball throw and the
hap-step-and-jump. Dorothea Ort-
mayer, '41Ed, won the basketball
throw, Sally Connery, '40Ed, the jave-
lin throw, and Elizabeth French,
'41Ed, the shotput.
SENIOR BALL TICKETS
Tickets for the 1938 Senior Ball,
to be held Friday, June 17, in the
Intramural Building, will be*sold
from 2:30 p.m. until 5 p.m. today
and tomorrow in the Union, Neil
,evenson, '38, general chairman
has announced. The sale will be
open, and limited to 600.

Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
Wyvern, the old order and the new, celebrated this week, with gsto.
The new members met Tuesday afternoon under the clock and forged their
way over to the League, where they all had cokes in the League Grill. AlbertaI
Wood was in full charge, as befits the president,
marshalling her little group as they stalked unders
the trees. Dotty Shipman and Jane Nussbaum ap-'
peared finally, after waiting wearily in the Under-
graduate Offices for someone to appear.
Jean Rutherford and Harriet Sharkey werer
there full blast, and Betty Slee presented herself,:
sore nose and all. It seems that Betty met with at
sad accident on the sophomore picnic. The gals,
those who weren't studying frantically for an im-
minent psych, exam, discussed the pros and cons1
of the J.G.P. for next year. If enthusiasm means
anything-they'll have something there!
The girls from last year's group went on a housef
party over the week-end. Dean Byrl F. Bacher's t
cottage at Cavanaugh Lake was the scene of the
affair. Sybil Swartout, Janet Fullenwider, Roberta'
Chissus and Mary Alice Mackenzie went out on{
the end of the dock Saturday afternoon and played
a mean game of bridge instead of being athletic and t
out-door girlish as the occasion .demanded. House parties at a lake always
mean swimming, but unfortunately, the Wyverns were just a bunch of
sissies. Buffy White, the afore-mentioned Miss Fullenwider, Martha Till-
man and one unidentified water nymph were the only ones brave enough
to throw back their heads and gallop into the water.-
lair Curlers And Makeup Banned...
Rumor has it that curlers (as in hair) and makeup were banned for1
the week-end. Cavanaugh Lake residents are complaining this week of the
visitation of spooks that descended on them Saturday and Sunday. Poodie
Pomeroy and Stephanie Parfet we'nt out with the mosquitos to brush theirI
little teeth, and Bobby Chissus broke down one of the best beds trying to
tap Betty Lyon for Wyvern. Girls will indulge in horse-play. Barb Heath,
Marcia Connell, Jean Holland, Helen Jean Dean and Jenny Petersen werei
in the mob tbo, cursing the two tardy ones who delayed the trip back
home because they insisted on rowing around the lake. Ooh, these women!1
Some of the "horsier" element on campus indulged in a moonlight horse-
back ride the other night. Mary Lou Enders, Beatrice Ecker, Wally Hinkle,
Ed Snyder and Marian Guild were riding through hill and dale like mad!
for about an hour and a half, then the whole bunch had a big feed. Jimmy
Neilson, Dick Fisher, Dave Miller and Jean Harley have been in the habit1
of going, too.
Women Go For Early Dip...
The recreational leadership classes went native over the week-end on
their houseparty. The scene was the University Fresh
... Air Camp at Patterson Lake. Sue Stevenson, Mary May
r Scovill, and Ellen Krieghoff went swimming, and Mil-
dred Perkins and Doris Nashold took a morning dip
early Sunday. What fortitude.
The W.A.A. Board sort of kibitzed (they were really
special guests) and then eventually did their bit by giv-
ing a skit showing the different sports offered by the
W.A.A. (adv.) Alberta Royal, Norma Curtis and Ruth
Hartman all bent various histrionic efforts toward the
production. Sunday they had a baseball game, tradi-
tional between the Hartung and Peasely groups, and
after it Dottie White, Helen Ryde, Louise Spencer and
Meribah Ashdown spent an.hour or so .in sunning them-
selves, with an eye to getting that Hawaiian atmosphere, probably.
Beth The Mighty Has A Nap.. .
Beth O'Roke, the Mighty, left camp Saturday night to have herself some
fun at a dance, and then went to sleepSunday in the midst of everything.
Janet Sibley, Bessie Root and Lucille Heustis helped officiate at Sunday's
morning worship. The campers practically had to push the truck back
home; seems it got stuck in the mud.
Helen Newberry residents had the living
daylights scared out of them yesterday when
Ruth Secamp trucked in with a couple of live
snakes in tow. In fact, she even had one black I
job draped around her neck.
Bev Bracken and Liz Titus were amusing ] e *
themselves a few days ago by buying some
dolls from a little boy selling them on campus.
Too bad he didn't have a good supply of suckers I
and balloons.
Minnie has drawn the conclusion that most people are spending their
evenings in the library because among those boning in the first floor
hall were Bob Cooper, Phyllis Carey and Ralph Erlewine for the first time
this year. Seen with his nose in a case book was Dolas White. Bud Marcero,
George Marshall, Rueben Kelto, and Dick Dulebohn were deeply concerned
over the prospects of those staggering bluebooks.
And believe it or not-this is the end of Minnie. Whether she will go on
when she returns her matronly form to the campus in the fall, is a moot

question. But everyone is going away-and the year is ended. Pardon while
she cries in her -- (Censor present).

Beach Clothes
See Originality
ChiefDemand
In the summer a young girl's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts of clothes.,
Each summer in the past has unfail-
ingly presented us with new modes in
sport costumes, tricky accessories, and
novel little beach gadgets. This ap-
proaching one is no exception.
Social calendars and gay vacation
days necessitate a certain amount of
new additions to wardrobes regard-
less of budget limitations. Many of
the new ideas are inexpensive, any-
way. For instance, the new woven
leather sandals known as Mexican
Huaraches for sport and smart com-
fort would hardly make a dent in
your pocketbook.
Lastex Suits Popular
Flattering to your tan and in-
cidentally to yourself are those new
wisps of satin lastex barely filling the
requirements of a bathing suit. They
come., in gay flowered prints and in
attractive solid colors. Even Vic-
torian sleeves have entered the realm
of bathing fashions in a suit of green
and white polka dots with a flared
skirt and a short, short jacket. An
abbreviated version ofp the current
favorite Dirndl is also popular as a
flattering suit.
Plaid Straw Is Used
If you haven't feasted your eyes
on anything new and different for
the summer, take a peek at one of
those new outfits consisting of a short
flared skirt, bra-top, and hat-all of
plaid straw. Furthermore, the man-
ufacturers faithfully promise that it
will not scratch. Another novel idea
is a 1938 adaptation of the amusing
striped bathing suit of the 1900's.'A
brown and white striped sweater al-
most completely covers a pair of
straight-cut shorts. For puttering in
the garden or romping on the beach,
stitched overalls with huge patch
pockets are just the thing.
Straw beach hats, with or without
School of
Social Dancing
Taught daily, 10 to 10.
Terrace Garden Studio
2d Floor Wuerth The-
ater Bldg. Phone 9695.

crown, have bigger and better brims
to protect your eyes and skin from old
man Sol's piercing rays. The new
beach bonnets with wide brims look
so demure and attractive that there
are bound to be numerous "Sunbon-
net Sues" on the beach this summer.
Large colorful beach umbrellas also
help you to get just the right shade
of tan.

Handy beach bags will be more
popular than ever this summer. They
come in all shapes and sizes from
melon-shaped bag of canvas to para-
to. your comfort on the beach, linen
sol-shaped ones of terry cloth. To add
clogs, moccasins, and gay beach san-
dals mounted on cork soles serve as
protections from burning sands.

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LINEN HATS
Off-the-face styles, bonnets, open air backs.
In white, natural, brown, and dubonnet.
$.25 to$5.0
Hats, in any color or style nade to order.
McKINSE Y HATIISHOceeP
"'Hats that are di ff erenft"' -

227 South State Street

Phone 2-1416

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Here is a handy appliance to make cook's life easier!
You can put a complete meal in the cooker-a roast,
two vegetables, potatoes and gravy-and devote
your time to other things. Several different styles
and sizes are available: The 18-quart size serves
ten people.
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BASIC COOLNESS in a Summer
PANTIE GIRDLE
Seemingly a mere wisp of nothing . .. this sheer lace and
knitted lastex pantie that fits like your skin . . . but that
triangular front panel smooths your tummy; the lace lastex
sides and back slims thighs and "derriere." It's typically
a garment to make slim figures lovelier.

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