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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

~UNiflAY, MAY 26, 1940 PAGE SEVEN

Gov. Dickinson
To Attend Fete'
Cooley Cane To Be Given
At TungOilBanquet
(Continued from Pae 1)
speaker that it's time to begin, the
yellow will warn him that his time
is. running short and the red light
will tell him to stop. If he still
continues talking Professor Morri-
son will blow his whistle and, if
that is to no avail, he will fire his
cannon.
The winner of this contest will
receive a wreath made of flowers
and leaves from a tung oil tree,
which has been dubbed the "Tang
Oil Crown," and a bronze stump.
The other contestants, who are as
yet unknown, will be awarded gavels
made of tung wood.

Carr To Address

British Fascist Leader

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Student OpinionPol Reveals
Campus Sentiment About War

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In Grand Rapids
(Continued from Page 1)
reau; Miss Ruth Neymark of the
Washtenaw County Welfare Com-
mittee, and Barrett Lyons, acting
supervisor of the Old Age Assistance
Bureau, will represent Ann Arbor
at the Conference.
General sessions will ;eauure each
day of the meeting, today's being
headlined by a consideration of "So-
cial Work at the Turn of the Dec-
ade." Tomorrow's session will be
concerned with a consideration of
"The Essentials of an Adequate Re-
lief Program."
Tuesday the delegates will take
up the subject of "The Challenge of
the Forties for American Childhood
and Youth."

(Continued from Page 1)

der cent who prefer an Allied victory.;
However, 68 per cent favored an Allied
"etory last year.
Growing sentiment for making our
xconomic policies toward the Allies
ecs stringent was disclosed in the
answers to the question, "Regard-
! ess of present legislation, what do
ou think the United States policyI
,hould be concerning the sale of goods
Io the Allies?" Forty-nine per cent
still favor the requirement of cash
>ayments, a decrease of eight per
,ent since October. Men were more
.evere in this conviction than the
wcmen, 52 per cent favor the cash
:tipulation while only 40 per cent of
he women subscribed to this opinion.
Twenty-five per cent favored "no
sates" in October but today that 1
opinion is held by only 10 per cent

Twelve per cen favored 90-day cred-
it and 11 per cent long-term credit.
Th poll canvassed '435 students
who were icted on the basis of
school enrollmeii. class, and sex, to
approximate the proportions found
in official University statistics. To
check the validity of comparisons be-
tween this week's poll and the similar
one conducted last October a control
question involving membership in
United States military organizations
was asked in both polls. There was
only six-tenths of one per cent dif-
ference in the answers, indicating
that the cross-section sample of stu-
dents questioned was of similar com-
position in both instances. The con-
trol question concerned fact that is
unlikely to change, and did not in-
volve opinion, thus affording a re-
liable check that comparisons will
be valid.

Sir Oswad Moley
tsh F.seist leader,
in Britain's drive on
umnn element within
United Kingdom.

(ajove), Bri-
wa, arrested
the fifth col-
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FOR THAT SPRING TIME
DATE-look smooth, but also
look cool. Wear good looking
summer dresses from DILLONS.
Take advantage of the newness of
the season, every girl likes to
wear new clothes right away-
stock up. For sugges-
tionsthow about a green
shirtwaist dress-it is
becoming-then to go
with it is a natural
non - crushable linen
full length coat. Suits
Ann Arbor to a "T". Linens are
always immaculate, for instance,
a darling two-piece blue and
green combination that really has
style. How about a long torso
coat for evening and travel? It
has °a two-piece, shirtwaist dress
again, of blues, of specks, of
whites. For dressy clothes you
can't do better than Dillons.
HERE'S A NOTE-which real-
ly hits the right key now. Bathing
suits! Doesn't that sound good
with Memorial Day right around
the corner? And, by the way, the
CAMPUS SHOPPE is right
around the corner with
some slick numbers. All 1
kinds-one you'll love
has a jacket to match-
sounds perfect! It has aa
lovely floral design. Then_
too, there are one- and:
two-piece suits, wool or ,
lastex and sharkskin- /
well, just everything! V
The lastex have extra
pants this year, prepared against
embarrassing moments. Candy
stripes, plain-well, you choose!
There is one you'll like!
* * *
TWO IN ONE--It's a problem
till you step into GAGE LINEN
SHOP, then all the troubles will
fade away. Graduation and mar-
riage - so often they come so
close upon each other. O.K. then,
do it up well, give a present ap-
propriate for both. Linen is the
answer. Every bride needs your

aid. Towels, bridge sets, dining
room cloths, blankets-all are
most apnreciated. Give her a real

e a
start. The towels are of lovely
quality, and come in handsome
colors. The dining room cloths
are so lacy and pretty. Her first
party will be a success. Help the
little girl along-yet save your
budget at Gage Linen Shop.
* * *
HINTS TO THOSE IN NEED-
Gifts for the girl graduate from
QUARRY, twill go straight to
her heart. Candy Cane lipstick
and compact sets by Elizabeth
Arden. The compacts are very
attractive; features in-
elude - deep, roomy,
large mirror. The lip-
stick is for all light,
bright summer colors.
Perfected right in time
for the season, and for
you as a gift. You can't
beat these for articles that girls
love. And she can't have too
many of them. 'Tis cute as can
be, and sweet as a Candy Cane-
at Quarry.
* * *
KEEP FRESH AS A DAISY-
'Tis Tussy's slogan, and a hint
to the wise is sufficient these
hot days. Tussy's colognes go on
sale this week at half price. They
give you three of their
most lovely creations:
Tropical Spice, Natural,
and Mt. Laurel, and in
two sizes. Dorothy Grey
steps forward too with
her gift-Jasmine and
Sweet Spice at half price. You
can't beat any of these. It's a
bargain - so then, now is the
time that colognes feel so re-
freshing and cool. See them now!
Don't let this special slip by.

(Continued from Page 4)
neyer on "Thomas Mann's 'Lotte in
Weimar'."
Acolytes meeting Monday at 7:30
in the Rackham Building. Arthur
Burks will read "A Modification of{
One of Charles Peirce's Classifica-
tion of Signs." The Annual Picnic
will be held Sunday, June 2, at 2:30
p.m.
Graduate Tea on Tuesday, May
28, 4:00-6:00 p.m., in the West Con-
ference Room, Rackham Building.
Dean C. S. Yoakum of the Graduate
School will speak on "Personnel Ad-
justment."
The Fellowship of Reconciliation
meets Mondayatp7 o'clock in Lane
Hall. The group will discuss its
course of action in the event of the
U.S. entering the war.
Deutscher Verein: A brief business
meeting will be held Tuesday, May
28, at 5:15 in 203 U.H. All members
are urged to be present.
Drama Group of Michigan Dames:
Tuesday, May 28, at 6:30, picnic at
the home of Mrs. Carl Weller, 1130

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Sunday. 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion;
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by the Reverend Henry Lewis;
11:00 a.m. Junior Church; 11:00 a.m.
Kidergarten, Harris Hall; 7:00 p.m.
Student Meeting, Harris Hall, Dr. Ed-
ward Blakeman will speak on "Chris-
tian Youth and Its Problems." Dr.
Blakeman's talk is designed to sum-
marize the entire program for the
past year, and present certain ideas
for carry-over during the summer
months. There will be open house
on the next two Sunday nights dur-
ing the examination period.
Episcopal Student Guild: There
will be a Corporate Communion Sun-
day at 9 o'clock in the Bishop Wil-
liams Chapel in Harris Hall. All are
invited. Breakfast.
Unitarian Church: Cars will leave
the church at 10:30 a.m. for an out-
door service at Saline Valley Farm.
Mr. Marley's topic will be "Nature
Speaks."
Picnic lunch, entertainment, and
games follow service.
Presbyterian Church: "Rumor and
Revelation" will be the subject of the

horn will hold Church services on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ):
10:45 a.m. Morning worship. Rev.
Fred Cowin, minister.
5:00 p.m. The Guild will meet at
the Guild House to go to a park for
recreation, supper and a vesper serv-
ice. In case of unfavorable weather,
there will be an informal program
and supper at the Guild House at the
same hour.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Sunday morning service at 10:30 a.m.
Subject, "Soul and Body." Sunday
School at 11:45 a.m.

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ut why worry - while
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will be proud to own!
Sizes 9-1 . . . 2-42
$400$ 9o

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MACHINE
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50
Regular $4.00 to $6.50 waves
MACHINELESS,
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Regular $5.00 to $7.50 waves
AIR-CONDITIONED
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Fair Oaks Parkway. All dames are j sermon by Dr. W. P. Lemon on Sun-
invited. day at 10:45 a.m.
Those- interested get in touch with
one of the following: Mrs. R. A. Oet- Trinity Lutheran Church: Rev. Yo-
jen, Mrs. James M. Ross, Mrs. Anna- der will hold Adult Confirmation serv-
bel Kinney, Mrs. Sidney Salzman, ices and Holy Communion services
Mrs. Marshall Standing. Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Churches Zion Lutheran Church: Rev. Stell-

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First Methodist Church: Commun-
ion Service at 8:15 a.m. Morning
Worship Service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr.
C. W. Brashares will preach on "The
Presence."
Wesley Foundation: Student Class
in the Assembly Room at 9:30 a.m.
Prof. George Carruthers will lead the-
discussion, "Qualifying for Leader-
ship."
Wesleyan Guild Meeting at 6 p.m.
in the Assembly Room. This is the
Senior Meeting and Mrs. Grace Sloan
Overton will be the speaker.
The Michigan Christian Fellowship
.vill hold its regular meeting Sunday
afternoon at 4:30. The group will
meet at Lane Hall and then go in a
group to some section of the Arbor-
etum for an outdoor meeting. All
students are welcome to attend.
First Congregational Church: 10:451
a.m. Public Worship. Dr. L. A. Parr
will speak on "Stars and Broken
Hearts."
4:30 pm. Student Fellowship pic-
nic at the Island. Meet at Pilgrim
Hall.

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