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T.HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring Style Show

To

Be

Held Friday

In League

Campus Stores
To Contribute
New Fashions
Students To Model Latest
Creations Of Designers
For Approaching Season,
Ann Arbor fashions, representing
the latest in modes for spring will be
shown at 3:30 p.m., Friday, in the
League ballroom when women stu-
dents model creations furnished by
local stores. The show is sponsored
by The Daily, and is under, the direc-
tion of Marian A. Baxter, '39.
The newest in sports dress for the
spring season, afternoon dresses and
formal gowns, which represent the
latest ideas of fashion designers, will
be featured in the show.
Michigan's most beautiful women,
especially chosen to belie the four-
out of five legend, will model the
clothes.
Shops contributing to the show are
Goodyears, Collins, the Dillon Shop,
Jacbbson's, Kessel's and the Marilyn
Shoppe.
Models for the show, according to
Miss Baxter, will be, Barbara Teale,
'39; Marcia Connell, '39; Caroll
Adams, '39; Betty Shaffer, '39; Jean
Bertram, '39; Marietta Killian, '3 ;
Jean Rheinfrank, '39; Jenney Pete-
sen, '39 and Mary Randolph, '39.
Margaret Ford '40, Jane Jewitt,
'40; Marian Price, '40; Ida Mae Davis,
'40; Edith Lynch, '41; Nancy Chap-
man, '42; Virginia Alfvin, '42; Alicel
Thomas, '42 and Margo Thom, '42.

Capitalist Ball Maestro

FRANK DAILEY

Former Daily Editor
Finds Love In Boston
All things must yield to love! Proof
for this old adage was seen again in
the Feb. 20 issue of Time Magazine.
Richard L. Tobin, '32, former man-
aging editor of The Michigan Daily,
and now assistant city editor of the
New York Herald-Tribune, was quite
a traveler after he left school. In his
travels he often stopped at a certain
Boston hotel.
This hotel recently noticed that
guest Tobin had not entered its por-
tals for a long time. It sent Tobin a
letter seeking the reason for its loss of
business. The following came back
"Boy met girl in Boston. Boy
courted girl in Boston. Boy married
girl in Boston. Boy and girl now liv-
ing happily in New York!"

Capitalist Ball61 Women Offer
To Have M otif Diving, water poloandotherrecrea-
tional swimming will be open to all
OfwBigoMoneymen on campus at 4p.m eve ry
_ _ ,jd Monday afternoon at the Union pool
Dollar Signs, Bank NotesWomen will be charged 10 cents for
the use of the pool.
'Social Security Tickets' Spring is the time! No more need your finger tips. C A L K I N S- The above program is being spon-
Will Be Black And Silver be said - But (in radio slang) FLETCHER is having a particular sored by the women of the Michi-
we'll elucidate! Gates! It's the spring combination: the Peggy gan Woman's Swimming Club for the
Black and silver, carrying out the time for new bonnets, new top- Sage Trillium (Polish Re- purpose of encouraging recreational
idea of big money, will be the decora- knots, new bangles, new dates, and mover, Polish, and Satin- swimming among women on campus.
tive scheme of the Capitalist Ball, so we go on to whistle a song on base) all for $1. Any Membership in the swimming club is
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., how to do it. shade is yours and the not necessary to take advantage of
March 17 in the Union Ballroom, new ones are fascinating. this weekly Monday afternoon swim.
'William Shaw, '39BAd, and Jack "DID YOU EVER SEE A DREAM Fushia, Vintage, Hacien- Diving instruction will be given
MacLeod, '40BAd, co-chairmen of the WALKING." Well you will if you da, Tulip for the daring
dance have announced. pop into DILLON'S DRESS SHOP gals, and Bisque, Old Rose, Shrimp
Social Security Tickets for a look at the little Eton jackets for the less adventurous. Or for
Dollar signs, banknotes and other of marabou feather. Feminine the gal with a yen to startle there {
forms of security will be used to ex- white and a very eye-taking bril are the jewel tones for formal
press the idea of big business, Shaw liant blue! The new taffeta wraps wear: White Pearl, Rose Pearl,
and MacLeod stated. The tickets are out, quilted, embroidered, as Amethyst, Onyx, Topaz, and Sap-
are exact replicas of a Social Security fresh and spring-like as you please. phire Blue. Walk, don't run down
card, printed in blue and white with And all for a very small song! More to Calkins-Fletcher's.
the characteristic red serial number. and more gorgeous formals are in * * *
A complete sell-out of tickets is an- and here's one we IT'S A "BLUE INTERLUDE" when
ticipated within a few days, Gilbert can't wait to tali "For No Rhyme or Reason" you
Phares, '40BAd, publicity chairman, about! A hydran-
announced yesterday. He attributed gea blue fitted wake on a "Monday Morning" and
the ticket rush to the fact that the frock with a ter- find you've no bright clear shades
Capitalist Ball is the lowest priced rifically s m a r t in stockings to team
all-campus formal to be given this fushia wool crepe up with your pet pas-
year. Phares pointed out that the jacket. The com- tel skirt. Those dark
idea of insuring the dance with bin a t ion j u s t tones were all right
Lloyds of London was adopted be- can't be appreci- but sprig has come,
cause of the expense entailed in ated enough un- ladies, and down at
bringing a well-known orchestra to til you see it. A very smart black SARAH ROGER S
Ann Arbor and placing a low price powdered with sweetheart pink SHOP on S. Univer-
on the tickets. dots makes a super dinner dress. sity it has brought these lovely
To Feature Vocalist Very striking is the grey plaided hosiery colors: Preview (a rosy
Frank Dailey's orchestra, featur- with yellow, blue and red! Come shade for violet, fushia, lavender,)
ing Barbara Bush and Howard Du- see for yourself. Palm Spring (warm,soft sun color)
laney as vocalists, will play for the * and most important this is the
dance. The Gentile brothers, in . Admiration Hosiery that comes in
haeofte"anPto"rdo Whistling along we say: "You..
Narge of the "Dawn Patrol" radio "ever Know when it's going to be proportioned" lengths - very un-
broadcast from Detroit, report that usual at 79c. So tall girls, short
they have recently had many re- Stormy Weather in Ann Arbor
qetfo Frn Dalyrcrsso if you're aiming to be a "Sweet- girls, just right gals, here's whate
quests for Frank Dailey records, of i o ' ee each and every one of you wants.
showing interest in his intended visit. heart of Sigma Chi you d better
Tickes othe Leare ohe a the DI MATTA BEAUTY SHOP "FROM ALPHA TO OMEGA"'Y
the main desk of the League, the main fosorsrn emnn.I ht esl aetesrnhleti
desk of the Union, at Wahr's book- stormyur spring permanent. If that stfro Srig r cs fo
tore, and from members of he cen- comes and you've . costume suits and if powder blue E
no sure curls the is your color hurry down. Here's
rocking chair a winner, dress and
IIwl e o. ts* coat, very tricky 5 f
CHAPTER HOUSE the curly tpswith big cartridge 1
who swing pleats for shoulders.-"'
S CTIVITY N TES dinA red jerseystripped /
Mattia specializes in machine-less rayon jacket turns
permanents: Vapo-Marcel and the headlights on
Rushing and initiations by many Zotos and if you want a "natural" the navy blue crepe"[:J::
houses are announced and they con- permanent wave that's adaptable dress underneath which has more
tinue as the new semester gathers to all your various hair-do moods pleats than you can count. The..::.:.
momentum. it's a Machineless Permanent at pearl studs have tiny red sailboats
Initiates at the Alpha Gamma Del- Di Mattia's you are asking for! painted on them. A perfect dressy .
ta house are: Gwendolyn Dunn, sport model comes with lots of
'42MS; Elinor Kirkpatrick, '42; Au- tucks to make it fit snug and
drey Sorenson, '42 and Suzanne "HANDS ACROSS THE TABLE" smooth. It's the new Sheerona
Tussing, '41. A formal rose banquet won't be your theme song if you're silk as intriguing as its name. At
will be given in honor of the new neglecting the bright note that KESSEL'S CAMPUS SHOP in the
members. Sorority awards are to be Peggy Sage Nail Polish can give Arcade but not for long!
made at the banquet also.
Alpha Gamma Sigma, independent0y
women's sorority, will give a dinner Read and Use The DailyCAds.
for second semester ushers from MihgnCasfe
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'd SwimPeriod

History Of Twentieth Century
Traced In Evolution Of JGP

First Play Given In 1905;
Ranks High On Campus
As Michigan Tradition
By ANN VICARY
If this were the introduction to a
history textbook instead of a feature
on one of the better traditions of the
Michigan campus we might find "that
the history of '20th century America
can be traced in the evolution of the
Junior Girls Play."
A little far-fetched, it's true, but
there's something in it, nevertheless.
The first JGP was given in 1905,;
about the time that some of our
mothers and fathers were struggling
with their first Ford. It was a very
informal play, presented for the sole
benefit of the senior women by the
juniors. 'It was held in the tiny au-
ditorium in Barbour Gymnasium,
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
There 'was no question of whether
men should participate in those days.
The Junior Girls Play was the "sanc-
tum sanctorium" of junior and senior
women (like the front entrance of
the Union for men). Only a few
friends were invited to attend and
they were always women.
The post-war boom of the '20's was
echoed in the production of extreme-
ly elaborate plays. Beginning with
1920 they were given in the Whitney
Theatre on three nights, the first be-
ing reserved for the seniors. The
plays required tremendous budgets
and became more work than pleasure.
Ih 1927 "Gold, by Pauline Bene-
dict Fisher was shown in Detroit on
two nights after being given on the

usual three evenings in Ann Arbor.j
The purpose of this was to make
money for the League building which
was soon to be started. Under thej
sponsorship of Detroit alumnae the
play netted $2,000.
This stage in the development of
JGP was characterized by elaborate
programs, music scores published in
book form, expensive costumes, and
a huge over-head cost. When the
League was built the play was given
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and
has been ever since.
In its third phase, Junior Girls
Play has hit what Dean Alice Lloyd,
chief authority'on the subject, terms,
a "happy medium." Written and di-
rected by campus people, it offers a
large portion of junior women a
chance to indulge that suppressed de-
sire to participate in such amateur
productions which seems to be felt
quite universally among both men
and women.
So JGP lives on, surpassing in en-
durance even the famous Union Op-
era which the current population of
the Michigan campus relegates to the
category of mgyth.

p.m. to 7 p.m. today. The dinner
and social hour will be held at the
home of Mrs. C. F. Harris, who is a
patroness of the sorority.

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WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: Club meeting at 4:15
p.m. Friday; mixed club meeting
at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday; open
play from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomor-
row. Tuesday and Thursday at
1arbour gymnasium.
Basketball: Club basketball at
4:30 p.m. and at 5 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at Barbour gymna-
sium. 4
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
7p.m. to 9 p.m. daily; 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday at the Women's
Athletic Building.
Dance Club: Meeting at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, 4:15
p.m. Wednesday and 10:15 a.m.
Satturday.
Rifle: 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. to-
morrow, Wednesday and Friday;
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the Women's Athleticj
Building.1
Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
p.m. Monday. Diving and water
polo.

I

} 'Bright Side
to Every
REVERSIBLE
for Spring
There's a different story to reversibles
this Spring! They're all lightness and
brightness on the wooly side. Plaids and
checks in spongy homespun weaves, her-
ringbone weaves and shetland - type
wools take a cue from this color-con-
scious season. Powder blue, aqua, cran-
berry and japonica in monotone weaves
. COLOR on a neutral ground for the
others.
1495 to 19.5
Also dark shades and camel cloth.

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This girdle works wonders
with the average figure.
The elastic side' sections
"give" t with each motion,
yet comfortably slope the
hips. 15 and 17-inch
lengths. Cotton and
rayon. . . . .3.50

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Spring Sowing
of
ANN ARBOR FASHIONS
'Pdresue t e d by
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
in coo peratioin with
nn Arbor 's For emo st Shops
FRIDAY, MARCH 10th

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