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March 09, 1939 - Image 5

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Spring Clothes For Campus

Will Be Modeled At Style Show

Local Fashion
Shops Display
Newest Outfits,
Wardrobe To Be Modeled
By 21 Campus Women1
At League Tomorrow
Twenty-one models, who will each+
wear five outfits, have been chosen
to represent the various local stores
in the Spring Showing of Ann Arbor
Fashions, to be held from :i:30 to
5:0 p.m. tomorrow in ne Leaguef
3a!llroom, Marian Baxter, '39, in
cth e of the affair, has announced.
The newest in Spring fashions
for the college woman will be shown.
The models have been chosen for
theirbeauty and poise, -and will be
allowed to select the outfits that ap-
peal most to them.
dopdyeair's To Be Represented
Doris Effler, '41, Barbara Teall,
'39, and Jean Bertram, '39, will model
ensembles from Goodyear's Cam-
pus Shop. The Collins Shop will be
represented by Jane Jewitt, '40, Jenny
Petersen, '39, and Virginia Alfvin, '42.
Margia Connell, '39, Nancy Chap-
man, '42 and Betty Reutter, '40A, are
to model for the Dillon Shop and Dana
Richarson hats will be shown with
these clothes. The Roberts Hat Shop
is furnishing hats to be worn with
the outfits from the Marilyn Shop.
Margot Thom, 42, Marietta Killian,
'39, and Mary Randolph, '39, will
show the ensembles from these two
Kessel's Campus Shop will be repre-
sented by Jean Rheinfrank, '39, Edith
Lynch, '41, and Margaret Pusch ,'41.
Betty Shaffer, '39, Caroll Adams,
Yor steamship passage to Europe for this coming Spring Ac
Summer should be reserve d now. Phone or come in choose
your ship &a smalldeposit will guarantee the space. If you find
you! canot go.t will gladly arrange for a Transfer. ora full return
of deposit money. All details completed here- without ohaige. t
y"Personal Service" on every booking, since 1917. PH. 0412
KURLER TRAVEL BUREAU, 601 E. Huron St.. Ann Arbor

Chairman Of Frosh Frolic And Guest

Musical Debate Capitalist Ball So
To Be Feature Information T
Of Dance 46' Central Committee Seeks d
Knowledge Of Picture is
Music Will Be Furnished Knowa ed O Pctr M
Last Noticed On Poster j
By Bill Gail's Orchestra; DBhR
William Geisert To Sing Missing.-Barbara Bush, beauti-
"Dance 46," a tea (-nce sponsored ful singer withyFrank Dailey's or-
chreety lost, stolen or
by Congress, will be given from 4w strayed from her place of honor at
p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the ballroom the top of a large grey poster in the s
of the League. school of Business Administration. c
The theme of the affair will be a Members of the central committee.
class in dance, featuring Bill Gail of Capitalist Ball have announced C
and his orchestra as doctors of rhy- that a reward is offered for any in-
thm. All women on campus, especial- formation leading to the whereabouts e
ly those living in dormitories and .f the singer's image.
league houses have been invited to Miss Bush, described as 8% by 11t
attend, and men will be charged an square inches of "ummph," was last d
admission fee of 25 cents, Winston H.-I seen at 6 p.m. on the night of March r
Cox, '42, general chairman, an- 7. Local authorities who are working n
nounced. on the case suspect that some stu-t
A floor show, featuring a musical
debate, will be presented as part of dance. Novelty stunts will be pre-N
the entertainment. Ruth Enns, sented by the orchestra to complete
'42SM, accompanied by Gwendolyn the entertainment. Both gum and
Fossum, Grad SM, will sing the "In- cigarettes will be given to the guests,a
dian Love Call" in a classical style, at "Dance 46," Cox said.
and Chandler Pinney, '42E, will swing In carrying out the theme of a
the same song, class in dance, roll will be called at
Erwin Sherdt, '39SM, will give the 12 after the hour, but none of the,
rebuttal. Bill Gail and his orchestra disagreeable features of a usual class
will announce the judges' decision. I will be included on the program, Cox
Bill Geisert, '41, is vocalist for the announced.

dent wth an unusually keen aesthet- uristmas vacaion, tne Roger wu-
c appreciation of beauty who is a liams Guild has termed their social
pitiful victim of the 'four out of five' which is to be held from 8:15 p.m.
myth has stolen the photograph that to 11:00 p.m. tomorrow the "Coming
he may feast his eyes on this vision Out of Hibernation" Party. It will be
of loveliness. held at the Baptist Guild House,
Picture Supply Limited 503 E. Huron St.
Although those who are familiar Robert Romig, '41E, is general
with the picture in question may chairman of the party; Ida May Stitt,
ympathize with this viewpoint, the '41, and Russell Van Cleve are in
entral committee of Capitalist Ball charge of the refreshments; Kermit
wishes to point out that it possesses Webb, '39, in charge of the games;
only a very limited supply of Miss and Ruth Enns, '41SM, will lead the
Bush's pictures, but that her admir- singing.
rs may ask the singer in person for -
her likeness at the Capitalist Ball, the fact that she sings with an or-
o be held from-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri- chestra rated as A- in the January
day, March 17 in the Union ball- 1939 issue of the magazine Metro-
oom. Until that time they may live nome, one of the leading authoritis
on the sound of her voice, broadcast on popular music, who rated the
nightly with Frank Dailey's orches- leading. dance bands of the country
ra at 11 p.m. over WLW from the according to auditions.
Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati- Other bands which received an A-
Orchestra Rated High rating are Artie Shaw, Hal Kemp
That the voice of Barbara Bush is Glen Gray, Mal Hallett, and Jimmy
as lovely as her person is proved by Dorsey.


Mon., Tue, Wed., 50d SHAMPOO


DIAL 3694


'39, and Alice Thomas, '42, have been
chosen to model for Jacobson's.
Marian Price, '40, Betty Kepler,
'41, and Ida Mae Davis, '40, will show
Helen Polhemus hats. They will con-
tribute their own ensembles, except
for the hats to be modeled.
Each model will wear two sports
outfits, two afternoon dresses, and one
evening gown in the course of the
show. Since they are to be chosen
by the models from the stock of the
store,' the spring fashions will be
truly representative of the tastes of
college women, Miss Baxter believes.
No admission will be charged for
the show, and tables will not be re-

'Pig In A Poke' Hero
Trains To Smoke Pipe
The central committee of "Pig in
a Poke" may be dreaming pipe dreams
of an unprecedented success, but=
Mary Jordan, one of the leading
characters, seems slated for "pipe
nightmares" before opening night of
the current Junior Girls Play.
Miss Jordan, who has the part of
Warren Kirby, hero, has gone into
training to learn to smoke a pipe.
Deadline for health recheck
cards for Junior Girls Play is Mon-
day, March 13, Pattie Haislip,
assistant chairman announced
yesterday. All women who are in
the cast or members of a commit-
tee must have a health recheck.
They may leave their cards in the
League Undergraduate Offices.


Today is the last day on which
petitions for nominations for As-
sembly officers will be considered,
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, presi-
dent, said yesterday. Interviewing
will take place from 3 p.m to 5:30
p.m. today and tomorrow.

Moping On The Ml
By Meandering Minnie
See-Whadda we tell you? Winter!
J.G.P. is starting to amount to something,' as rehearsals and dance
practices are being held every night in the week for the junior show girls.
Tuesday night a goodly part of the cast assembled in r-
the theatre to see what they could do. Max Nelson was *
there crutches in hand, and plaster cast on ankle,
directing the dancers. Dick McElvie was saddened and *a
cheered by turns as choruses in varied stages of danc-
ing perfection went through their paces.
Cletus Hall, Betty Meyer, Ruth Jacobson, Margaret
Neafie, Phyl McGeachy and Freda Vander Veen, mem-
bers of the opening chorus were given a real work-
out as they repeated their steps under Ella Stowe's tutelage. Jane Jewitt was
doing a Bette Davis in hoop skirts. Just what the Civil War belles did in
the way of going in and out of doors and sitting down remained a bit of a
problem to Miss J. who was thrashing around the aisle with her hoops out
of kilter- Ah, for the good old days!
Can-Can Chorus Gets 'nder Way. .
The can-can chorus did much tripping around in high heels. Lee Burli-
son came in with one of the costumes on so that costume chairman Ja.\e
Nussbaum could pass judgment on the effect.
Barbara Guest, Dorothy Boyer, Annabelle Dredge,
Lois Longan, Evelyn Dock, Betty Roberts, Ellef
MacDonald and Barbara Benedict appear to have
gotten the music hall spirit all right!
Alberta Wood, the knitting queen, Barbara
Bassett, Norma Vint, studying her lines in the
green room, and Dottie Shipman were strewn
about the audience.
Who says college women aren't superstitious?
Over at the club basketball tournaments Jane
Dunbar believes that putting her shirt in brings
bad luck. Alberta Royal has been running around in shining white saddle
shoes, and Mary Culbertson rolls her pants up as though preparing for a
flood. Mary Richardson, Mildred Curtis, Marion Weiss, 'Helen Peck and
Sally Corcoran have all been doing their bit. Seems like the ball bounces off
Miss Curtis's head more sluggishly as the games progress.
Helen Douglas Is Alumnae Big Shot! .. .
Helen Douglas, ex-women's editor of this fair sheet, has just been elected
to the executive board of the Detroit branch of the Martha Cook Alumnae
Association, so comes word from headquarters.
Interviewing for Freshman Project has been making solemn little num-
bers out of the freshmen all week. Patty Hadley and Betty Fariss were sitting
in the Undergrad Office the other day, waiting
for Barbara Backus to poke her head around
the door and lure them in.
In the second round of the badminton
tournament are Millie Curtis, Joanne Dailey,
Lois Clingman, Ruth Mary Smith, Sally Cor-
coran and Suzanne Bentley. Further results
later on.
A flurry of sorority-fraternity exchange *
dinners is invading the campus. Signs of
spring. At the Psi Upsilon-Pi Phi exchahge the
othej night many lovely couples were noted. (Notice to all "steadies:" it
was compulsory, and every one was paired off arbitrarily!) Doris Bolton
and Marshal Rogers, Phyl Miner and Harry Calcutt, Betty Spangler (her
brother's head cheer leader, too) with Art Kleinschmidt, Bettie Smith
and B. Fishburn and Mary Alice McAndrew followed by Rex Latham
were present. This could go on and on, but you get the picture.
Enough for now- Sometime when the time and mood are right, the
story of Betty Slee and the trip to Bermuda offered her will be discussed
at some length.



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