AT11E4 MICHIGAN DAILY
Annual LanternNight Will Be Held May 20
At Palmer Field
To BeBy Air
Tournament Will Feature
Bowling via the air waves will be
a feature of the first telegraphic
bowling meet of the year, from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Women bowlers in the novice and
advanced classes will meet against
Illinois and Purdue teams, with par-
tial results and final scores being
conveyed by wireless.
Novice classes include all women
who have never bowled before this
year. There is no specific number of
women who may enter the meet.
In both classes only the four high-
est scores will be entered as the team
In addition to the team score,
which will be based on three games,
the highest individual score for three
games will also be entered. The in-
dividual game netting the highest
score will be included in the results.
All those interested in taking part
in the bowling competition are re-
quested by Marion Weiss, '40, to call
her at 2-2539.
Lace Yolk Is Feminine
For coolness and charm on warm
summer days, wear this crisp white
blouse made of either organdy or
marquisette. With its slimming
waist band, its high puffed sleeves
and lace trimming, this blouse in-
dicates that the fashion trend is
Make-Up Needed With Sun Tan
Just as accessories are vital to the
completion of an attractive suit, so
is the correct type of make-up neces-
sary to set off that sought-after tan.
As the tan becomes darker, the
shade of powder should also become
darker. Experts advise the use of a
powder which will blend in with your
complexion rather than trying to ac-
quire a rich tan over night by the
use of a deeper powder. Yellow tints
should be avoided for they are apt
to make many people who are just
acquiring tans look sickly. However,
foundations are excellent to cover
up those spots that the sun just hap-
pened to miss.
Rouge, polish, and lipstick should
all take on a lighter trend, once again,
however, depending upon your natur-
al complexion. It is usually advis-
able to continue the use of the make-
up used during the winter months,
providing it is fitting to your com-
plexion, in a lighter shade. To
avoid that "dirty look" which often
accompanies tanned skins a shade
of make-up more orange than us-
ual has been found by many to solve
To convey that "breath of spring"
air even on the hottest days, many
advocate the complete abandonment
of perfumes for colognes-especially
tight ones. The athletic type of wo-
nan might use a spicy odor while
ethers usually stick to the more flow-
PERSONAL GIFTS PREFERRED
Give Mother some lovely new wearables .
so smart you'll want to borrow them yourself!
NEWEST BAGS.... in
all colors (the whites
are washable) from
Stunning new NECK-
pins from $1.
ONCE A YEAR --- just once a
year we celebrate the greatest
little women in the world. Need
I say who? D'Orsay by way of
QUARRY wishes to make this
occasion a real suc- ,
cess. They have
packed in an ap-
ated little box some
of their most pre-
cious colognes, for
you to give her.
She'll glorify in them-for in-
stance Le Dandy, Trophee, and
Belle de Jour. Then too, Lucien
Le Long comes through with en-
ticing perfumes. They come in
darling, delicate perfume plumes.
Just step into Quarry - your
mother will be mighty pleased.
YOU'VE HEARD OF THREE
SMART GIRLS, now let me tell
you of a smart threesome in
clothes. It is made up of shirt,
_ vskirt and slack com-
however calls it the
because you can get
the slacks to match
the casual outfit. It
is free, sporty and
is happy - go - lucky
looking. The three
of rayon gaberdine come in pink,
blue, aqua and beige. Guaranteed
to resist creasing. Actually it
makes two outfits-take advan-
tage because here is something
you don't want to miss.
REMEMBER YOUR, BEST
GAL.-Her day is coming up and
it is one not to miss. Mother's
Day, May 12th. Suggestions be-
ing in order-Remember the
CAMPUS SHOPPE. There you
will find articles reasonably
mother loves. Say white, blue,
rose, navy-you can't go wrong.
Then there is lingerie and stock-
ings. They always make a lovely
and most practical gift. Their
sheer stockings and lacy slips
really catch the eye. Remember
what your mother likes best-
then see the Campus Shoppe.
TUSSY ON PARADE AGAIN-
Half price and a real bargain at
present that huge size in four
new dramatic shades-Tom Tom,
Red Magic, Dazzle Red and Saf-
far. Guaranteed to please. By the
way, mother wears
lipstick too. Speak-
~ing of mother, they
have a nubby look-
ing make-up kit
® called Pif, Paf, Puf
which she'd lovq. It
consists of lipstick,
rouge, powder and
puff. The cleverest part of the
whole outfit is that the color of
the bag indicates the color that
the lipstick matches. Boys, here's
your chance to make a hit May
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LUCKY MOTHER, you who
receive a Mother's Day gift from
GAGE LINEN SHOP. Here is
one day of the year which YOU
should not forget. It is the little
things that count,
so a gift from Gage
s most appropri-
ate. Linen is one
thing that the
household can nev-
er have too much
of. Towels, hand-
sets, all are in or-
der for the occasion. They have
a wide range of prices and a
beautiful assortment of colors.
Mark the date with a big circle,
and make it a red letter day for
Is To Precede'
Activities, Song Awards
Will Be presented; All
Women To Participate
Senior women will pass to their
successors the symbol of continuitous
campus life during the annual Lan-
tern Night Service at '7:15 p.m. May
20, with the natural setting of Pal-
mer Field as a background to the
Five leaders, president of the
League, WAA, Panhellenic Associa-
tion, Assembly, and Judiciary Coun-
cil, will lead the procession of seniors
dressed in gowns and mortar boards,
followed by the women of all other
classes. The cortege will follow theI
band, playing Michigan marching
songs, to Palmer Field, where an in-
ter-house song contest will take place.
Jane Grove, '40, president of the
WAA will open the program with a
welcoming address, and will make the
announcements during the singing
contest. Sorority, dormitory, and
League house zone groups will com-
pete for the cup which is given each
year to the winning singers. Kappa
Delta won the melody award last
The activity cup will be awarded to
the house whose rating is highest on
the WAA percentage chart; the bases
of the percentages are the number
of girls who have participated in
sports and the degree of success
reached by the house in competitive
games and tournaments. Martha
Cook dormitory received the cup last
Miss Grove heaas the committee
for Lantern Night arrangements; she
is being assisted by Margaret Van
Ess, '41, in charge of the line of
march, Margorie Allison, '41, lanterns,
Donelda Schaible, '41, singing, and
Frances Aaronson, '42, publicity.
The line of march will start from
the main library, will continue down
the diagonal, past Hill Auditorium,
and the League to Palmer Field.
Mary McCoy Elected
To Head Zeta Phi Eta
Zeta Phi Eta, national profession-
al speech society, announces the elec-
tion of the followin gofficers.
Mary Ann McCoy, '41, is the new
president; Jean Hubbard, '42, vice-
president; Jane Grills, '41, treasurer;
Mildred Ward, '41, recording secre-
tary; Nancy Gould, '42, correspond-
ing secretary, and Betty Fariss, '42,
Don't be a
Don't be a "tease" with that
fur coat of yours. The moths
will love to trail you, but you
won't enjoy their handiwork on
your precious furs. Ask us to
call and store your coat in our
moth-proof, fire-proof vault.
Phone 7040 for
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Baseball: 4:30. 1. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma vs. Van Benschoten;
2. Chi Omega vs. Alpha Xi Delta;
3. Ann Arbor Independents vs.
Alpha Delta Pi. 5:10: 4. Gamma
Phi Beta vs. Delta Delta Delta.
Tuesday 4:30: 5. Alpha Epsilon
Phi vs. Alumnae House; 8. Col-
legiate Sorosis vs. Alpha Chi O-
mega. Wednesday: 4:30, Kappa
Delta vs. winner of 1; 5:10 Winner
of 2 vs. winner of 3; Loser of 2
vs. loser of 3; Adelia Cheever vs.
Phi Sigma Sigma. Thursday:
4:30, Pi Beta Phi vs. loser of 5:
Martha Cook vs. winner of 6. 5:10
Delta Gamma vs. loser of 7; Alpha
Omicron Pi vs. winner of 8.
Games rained out on Monday
will be played on Wednesday.
Teams eliminated from A and B
tournaments may sign up on the
WAB bulletin if they still wish
Fencing: Regular practice 7:30
Tuesday and Thursday at Barbour
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Purses for instance.
They have some
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She'll love their soft, beautiful sheer-
ness and will be pleasantly surprised
at their amazing durability. Give HER
"Stockings of Matchless Beauty".. .
a lovely gift for a lovely person.
Come in and browse
for other Mother's
Day gift ideas.
Give your mother pearls,
a distinctive jewelled clip,
a compact, or perhaps a
cameo. Unusual sterling
bracelets and brooches
are featured from $1.
fas ' t :-et
3 & 4-thread SHEERS at
$1.00 - (box of 3 prs.
$2.85). 3-thread sheers 79c
,4° I an00.
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