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TH MIChIGAN-DAIEY

50 Will Travel
To American
Health Meeting
Dr. Margaret Bell Heads
Ann Arbor Delegation.
To Annual Convention
Is Presiding Officer
More than 50 delegates from theI
University will attend the 45th An-
nual Convention of the American
Association for Health, Physical Edu-
cation and Recreation today through
Saturday in the Stevens Hotel, Chi-
cago.
Dr. Margaret.Bell, national presi-
dent of the organization and chair-
man of the Department of Physical
Education for Women, will lead the
delegation from Ann Arbor which will
include many members of the wo-
men's and men's physical education
faculties as well as representatives
from the staff of the Intramural
Building.
Dr. Bell will give the president's
message/at the first general session
meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday. She
will preside over the second general
session at 10:45 a.m. Thursday. The
convention banquet Thursday will
find her serying in a similar capacity.
The Convention will attract author-
ities from all over the country. A
representative of the U.S. Department
of State--the Chief of the Division
of Cultural Relations,. will speak on
'The Opportunities of Inter-Ameri-
can Exchange in the Field of Health,
Physical Education and Recreation."
Other national figures will also at-
tend.
University Press Prints
Arts Academy Papersl
Michigan's University Press re-
cently published the twenty-fifth
volume in the series of "Papers of
the Michigan Academy," and sep-
arate books devoted entirely to Bot-
any and Forestry, Zoology, Geog-
raphy and Goology, consisting of the
papers presented a year ago at the
meeting of the Academy of Letters,
Arts and Sciences.

To Match Wits With Michigan Men

Michigan State coeds, pictured above, will match wits with a team
of Michigan men via the airwaves at 8:30 p.m. Monday over the NBC
Blue network.
Station WXYZ, Detroit, will be the local outlet for the "True or
False" broadcast which will originate in the M.S.C. auditorium at East
Lansing.
The Michigan State team will be, from left to right, Jean Wilson,
Jean Bedford, June Weber, Mary Jeanette Martin, Jeanne Bradley,
Hester Myers and Leona Tousignant.
Cash prizes will be awarded by the program director, Dr. Harry
Hagen. Prof. Waldo Abbot of the speech department, University direc-
tor of broadcasting, has named the six Michigan men who will comprise
the coeds' opposition.
Hopwood Entries Set Record
As 72 Submit 83 Manuscripts

French Play's
Cast Is Listed
By Talamon
French Club To Present
This Year's Selection,
'Happy Days,' May 3
Cast for "Les Jours Heureux"
"Happy Days"), this year's French
play sponsored by Le Cercle Fran-
cais on May 3, was announced by
Prof. Rene Talamon of the romance
languages department here yester-
day.
The leading role of the story, based
on modern French youth, will be
taken by George Kiss, Grad., of
Budapest, Hungary. The two cou-
sins, Oliver and Bernard, will be
played by Georges Sabagh, '42, of
Bagdad, Iraq, and David Gibson,
'41, of Detroit.
The part of the Bernette, the fem-
inine lead, will be played by Jean
Bolgiano, '43. Completing the cast
of six, Carrie Wallach, '41, pres-
ident of Le Cercle Francais will
portray the character of Marianne,
and Frances Blumenthal, '40, of
Francine Gassin.
The psychological comedy by
Claude-Andre Puget attained great
success in Paris last year and won
acclaim for its freshness and spon-
taneity. Picturing modern French
society, the play takes place in the
countryside outside Poitnu. This
forms the background of the story
of the six young people on vacation.
Unusual for its young characters,'
none of whom are more than thir-
ty years old, the play is well-adapted
for production here, Professor Tala-
:mon cited.
Under the influence of Jules Ro-
main, modernrFrench dramatist,
Puget has produced several other
noted plays during the last decay1
among them "La Ligne de Coeur"
and "Valentin le desosse."
The tryouts and casting were done
by Prof. Talamon, Prof. Charles E.
Keella and Mr. James O'Neill, who
will also act as directors of the pro-
duction.

Health Service Reports
23 Appendicitis Cases
Appendicitis had a field day among
the student body in March, the Health
Service's monthly report issued yes
terday disclosed. Of the 23 acut
cases reported, 14 were operated o
without fatal results in any instanc
In past years, the month of Marc]
has seen relatively little activity o
the appendicitis front.

The Hopwood 'ontest experienced
a banner year on this tenth anniver-
sary of the establishment of the
Hopwood prize fund as 72 contestants
turned in 83 manuscripts intcontrast
to 62 entrants and 73 entries for
last year.
"This is the best year the conests
have had since their inception," Prof.
Roy W. Cowden, director of Hopwood
Awards, said.
Announcement of the winners of
this year's contest will be made fol-
lowing a lecture to be given in the
Rackham Auditorium Friday, May
31. Announcement of the lecturer
will be made at a later date.
Entries in the four fields in which
prizes are offered in the major divi-

sion this year numbered 10 in ficton,
10 in drama, five in essay, and 10 in
poetry. Last year the entries were
fiction seven, drama six, essay 11, and
poetry, 10.
In the minor division there were
19 fiction entries, 10 in drama, 14 es-
say, and five poetry as compared with
last year's quotas of 18 in fiction, sev-
en drama, three essay and 11 poetry.
Weinstein To Tak

WE'RE HERE!
The hungry moths love sur-
prise parties . . . and the most
tempting party refreshment to
them is your fur coat. If you're
not a moth entertainer, it's
time now to store your fur
coat. Send it to us for thorough
cleaning, glazing and scientific
storage in our freezing, fire-
proof, mothproof vault. Bond-
ed messenger service. Your
coat fully insured at your val-
uation. Call 7040 for bonded
pick-up.
Phone 7040 607 E. Liberty

At League

Today

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Noted Rabbi and religious leader,
Dr. Jacob J. Weinstein of Temple
K.A.M. in Chicago will speak on
"Democracy and Cultural Pluralism"
at 8 p.m. today in the League.
His address, which is being spon-
sored by Avukah, student Zionist
organization, will deal with a consid-
eration of the failure of America as
a melting pot and of a plan of mul-
tiple cultures which may be instituted
in this country.
A graduate of the Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati where he be-
came known as the Rabbi's Rabbi, Dr.
Weinstein has become k n o w n
throughout the nation as an author,
lecturer and teacher. In 1929 he es-
tablished the Hillel Foundation at
the University of Texas where he
served as director for three years.
In addition, he is the founder of
the Menorah school for Jewish study,
a former lecturer and teacher at San
Francisco's Jewish Center.

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NOVELTY IS IN THE AIR
AGAIN! Revelon's the author,
and QUARRY the middleman.
It's three new beautiful shades
of their famous polish and
matching lipsticks. So-we pre-
sent Pink Lemonade, a Red
Punch, and Raven
Red. Pink Lemon-
ade has a sunlit,
rose pink accent.
Blends perfectly
with pale blues,
grey and rose. Red
Punch has a rich,
vivid hue which
dramatizes sharp yellow, tur-
quoise and royal blues. Raven
Red is a dramatic accessory color
especially recommended for bru-
nettes. It shows the trend to-
ward dark, intense shades. Re-
member you can buy them in
pouches-handy, new, and eco-
nomical. See them now!
WHEN A WOMAN WEARS
PANTS-If they are not right,
she's wrong ! And smartly cut
slacks are never wrong. DILLONS
just received a new shipment of
real goldrlookers. They come in
cotton or light gaber-
dine. The cottons feature
light blue, pink and tan .
with a white stripe, and
shirtwaist top with poc-
ket, smartly tailored.
Gaberdine comes in tan,
green and blue of a sim-
ilar style, but a little
freer looking. There is
an air of ease and com-
fort which goes with
perfect tailoring. So gals!-hop
to it, you can be comfortable
too!
APRIL SHOWERS MAY
BRING MAY FLOWERS, but al-
so they bring wails and woes from
the coeds. "My hair, my hair!"
Suggestions being in order, here
is one that will hit the spot. It's
BLUEBIRD BEAUTY SHOPPE.

For real value, this
is the place. Inex-
pensive, expert
work by fine oper-
ators give you only "'!{
a few of the ad-
vantages; Mani-
cure too - take
care of those fin-
gernails. They feature Revelon
shades, especially the new ones-
Pink Lemonade and Red Punch.
Stop your griping girls-do some-
thing about it-Remember Blue
Bird Beauty Shoppe.
CASUALS ON PARADE: Pinks,
blues, yellow, turquoise-all now
on sale at the TOWN AND COL-
LEGE SHOPPE. They are the
gems of the campus-free, sporty,
good looking. They come in soft
wool material, and
by the way, a new
shipment of chiffon
wool, a lighter ma-
They sell the skirt
teriaI, is on its way.
nd shirts separate-
ly, too. So mix them,
it's fun and makes
you three or four
different outfits. Shirt waists
never go out of style-here is a

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Yes sir-it'sthe
lege Shoppe.

real investment.
Town and Col-

SHE'S DONE IT AGAIN -
Who? Why Peggy Sage! CAL-
KINS-FLETCHER now presents
her Escape Trio-Agate, Red
Spangle and Sequin in their new
jewel tones. Agate is the shim-
mering opalescence of pale, pink
shells. Sequin is iri-
descent blue, red,
deep and vibrant.7
Startling at night and
sophisticated in the
daylight. Red Span-
gle has a luminous,
star spangled gla-
mour all its own. Try these glam-
ourous, new, iridescent polishes
now on sale at Calkins-Fletcher.

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Supper

ev.ening,
Service

in the

Main
D~ining Room
Waffles with Syrup
Grilled Bacon
Apple Pie or Sherbet
Beverage
50c

Fruit Salad Bowl
Bread and Butter Sandwiches
Boysenberry Tart or Ice Cream
Beverage
50c
Chow Mein with Noodles
Chef's Salad
Cherry 'Mallow Sundae
Beverage
60c
Cranberry Juice
Individual Chicken Pie
Potatoes au Gratin
New Peas
Angel Food Cake or Ice Create
Beverage
75c
GOOD FOOD
Excellent Service
6 to 7:30 o'clock
April 21, 1940

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Adventures
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OUR COSMETICS COUNTER .. .
One of the finest in Ann Arbor can meet the tastes
of the most discriminating women. Lipsticks, rouges,
powders and toiletries of all the best brands.
OUR TOBACCO
COUNTER...
Complete service for the smoker.
Cigarettes, tobaccos, pipes and
accessories at exceptional prices.
OUR SODA FOUNTAIN * .,
Always popular. Delicious menus and
ice-cream dishes are our specialty.
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Insurance-$ 100 policy
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OPEN EVENINGS .

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