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NE 4, 1939 __ TI E MICHIGAN DAILY

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C oupe To Lead Senior Ball, June 16

Traditional Last
Dance Of Year
Is Senior Ball
Bob Crosbv'QOchestI /i
as.,., tAa~ s.J a rc t a

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for FA.TH ER'S oDAY v~
'We have a wide selection of handkerchiefs that
will be sure to please Dad beyond all measure. B
WHITE, SOLID COLORS Children Presen
Monogrammed, Colored Borders
By DEBS HARVEY
$20,000 Leagues Under The Sea"
Aays Reasonably Priced are no mere idle words to the third
grade of the University Elementary
GAGE LINEN SHOP vSchool. As the culmination of a sem-
ester's work on a cooperative class
10 NICKELS ARCADE project, 16 youngsters, the pupils of
. ),maoo<~o corb0<=o=> oo Mrs. Olga Vedder, recently presented
a program clearly showing the ad-
vantages of progressive education
over the old-fashioned system of
"Dog Days" Edition learning.
Of Your Favorite Young Authors Recite
Following a cafeteria supper, a
C rick et S uit "movie" of over 75 illustrated stories
C r i Cke - u on deep-sea phenomena was pro-
jected on a screen and read aloud
by the young authors. A "deep-sea
dive," complete with helmets, into
an artificial ocean made by the chil-
dren completed the program.
Amusing as well as instructive were
Return engagement of these the original stories written by the
tur enlit e nsuitsnewlydonesboys and girls for their "movie". One
trig little suits newly done in young reader said: "The Swordfish
fabrics for summer's hottest has a sword. It grows on the end of
days. Crisp, cool chambrays his nose and it is long and strong
and checked ginghams now ap- and sharp;" and of the sawfish that
pear in the same trim-fitting, "it is a murderous creature"-and
then, with a touch of pardonable
button-front jacket, the same pride, "I made a sawfish for our
wide-flared skirt. A touch of ocean." The stories as written and
pique at the throat adds a cool, used by the pupils have been bound
"snow-on-the-mountain"touch into a book called, "Our Treasure
Book of the Atlantic Ocean."
Deep-Sea Dive Made
y The climax of the evening was the
Goodyear 's "deep-sea dive" into an ocean con-
structed of white wrapping paper
painted in three colors, representa-
tive of the ocean depths. In the ocean
were sea-creatures of every variety,
scientifically accurate as to size, shape
Also of the Downtown Store and coloring. Divers' helmets were
donned by all who entered the lower
depths and the youngsters completed

WILLIAM GRIER
t Sea Pano
the illusion by wearing
ming suits.
The parents' interest
ject was no less enth
that of the children.
pointed out, although
difficult through his ca
met, that the students
all the essentials of edu
such a form that it seer
Reading, writing an
were all involved in the1
creating of the ocean, w
advantage that it encoun
ability and allowed for t
differences of each chil

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To Play; Dance Theme On
Is 'Symphony In Blue' the
H cry ha
With William Grier, '39, and Betty
Mandel, '41, heading the list of com-
mitteemen and guests, the annual PL
Senior Ball, traditionally the last her
dance of the year, will be held Fri- yo
da, June 16, in the Intramural tor
are
Building. hare
Bob Crosby's orchestra has been or.
; engaged to play, and the theme for in
the decorations is to be "Symphony in cra
Blue." Roberta Chissus, '39A, is in Tw
charge of decorations. and has an- in
an
nounced that there will be ?ears, ful
decorated in blue and coral, where Zin
coca-cola and ginger ale will be gol
served. Booths for organizations will 49'
be placed around the walls. tab
This is the second year that the wit
Ball has been held in the Intramural 'ro
Building, due to the increased number shi
of tickets which have been sold. For- ne
merly, it was held in the Union. litt
Grier is general chairman of the Wi
dance, and other members of the cen-
tral committee are Jack Wilcox, '39;
Betty Spangler, '39; Waldo Abbot, GR
'39; Peter Ipsen, '39E; Jean Bleecker, TO
'39; Frederick Wiest, '39M; Jerome the
Mitchell, '39F&C; Charles Jacobson, thE
'39E; Frederic Olds, '39E, and Betty FL
Shaffer, '39. Wo
elli
CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES
rama
Chapter House notes for the year
their swim- end with the following announce-
ments:
in the pro- Alpha Gamma Sigma
usiastic than Alpha Gamma Sigma, independent
One father woman's sorority, recently elected /
speech was officers for the coming year. Tenby j
rdboard hel- Larson, '41, was chosen president and
Charlys-Marian Lucht, '41, is the new
were getting vice-president. Other officers are:
catonbutinsecretary, Lillian Kasmark; treasur-
ned like play. er, Norma Bennet, '41; social chair-
d arithmetic man, Betty Myers, '41 and decorations %l
planning and chairman, Roberta Ferguson, '42.
ith the added Theta Chii
aged creative Theta Chi announces the pledging
he individual of Leon Coquillette, '42, of Flint.
d. -Joseph Gies
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r own shadow, these formals spell enchant-//
Senior Ball date and those important
zure summer nights. Laces, organdies,
:hiffons and printed cottons.
up

fine hopsacking,
d perfectly delight-
. hues. Turquoise,
nia pink, and a!
d reminiscent of
ers. Little comfor-
ble cotton jersey
h stripes that go
Fund. Cool white

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e last peek into the shops and fume falcon in the famous shock-
n we'll all wend our ways to ing! A very clever and inexpen-
ppy vacation spots! sive idea,Yesteryear
perfume in an ador-
* * able bottle, , made
like a little old-f ash- \
AY DAYS, GAY DAYS are soon ioned doll. Mary
re to stay. Besides we know Dunhill's personal-
u'11 be taking a day or two of f ized lipsticks, with
relax 'tween finals ! And here your initials set up-
just the clothes to on the casing. Beautiful manicure
ve a grand time in, sets are truly lasting and lovely
maybe just lounge graduation remembrances ... and
the sun whilst you don't forget the travel kits, all
m for bluebooks. kinds and prices.
o-piece slack suits, . *

crew shirts,
'round and
rayon silk

rts, action-back and fresh as
w paint! All at SOREN'S (the
le shop around the corner from
illiams St.).
1ADUATION GIFTS ARE FUN
GIVE and fun to receive when
ey come from the CALKINS-
ETCHER cosmetic counter.
onderful perfumes: Schiapar-
's heart sachet and tiny per-

THE DILLON SHOP'S COTTON
CROP IS THE BEST EVER! Nev-
er saw such clever frocks and
pretty colors. Eye-fillers are the
startling bandana dresses in red
or blue. Some have sheer, full
white blouses, others are all one

SEEN IN VOGUE, MADEMOISELLE and OTHERS
r r
"pt ao.Hg r-
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siond" of WHITEs KID.
Hgrmedium heel.
6 ,0Cn e ..Of sugar--
loaf" WHITE KID with
stretchable side-strap. ' . '
Confetti perforations.
Medium heel.--
4.95
WHI CRUSHED KID n>' r
with "sweet little
sprays" of cut-work. -t\
Medium heel.
.5onnie . . of "birth-
day-cake" WHITE KID
...softly draped...finely
perforated. High or
"'Vt
4.95

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smartest o
suits. Con

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ment for that
occasions on a
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