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?AGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY

517NI 'DAY, MM 2, 1940

Annual Senior Ball Will Have Glenn Miller Friday, J;

une 14

usic Lovers A re Revealed
ByOwmn, Facial Expressions
By DORIS CUTIBERT , Miss Enss claims, and they make an
"You can tell how much a person effort to follow the interpretation of
knows about music by watching his arranger. Others either relax,
reactions when a piece is played," de- tearne.Ohr ihrrlx
clared Ruth Enss, '41M, who, with read, or pretend to read.
Ella Mae Burton, Grad., has been in Opportunity to hear classical re-
charge of playing the records between cordings is so limited that jazz re-
the hours of 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. every cordings have been excluded from
day during the past year in the League the programs. Symphonic orches-
concourse. trations have proved to be the most
This year, as has been done for popular of all recordings this last
three previous years, the operators year, according to the number of re-
have arranged the day by day pro- quests received for them. Vocal ar-
grams and have been on hand to play rangements do not seem to be so
the phonograph. During this time much appreciated.
they have had ample opportunity to Tschaikowsky, outstanding among
study and type the different kinds romantic composers, governs the ma-
of listeners and to notice their favor- jority of pieces requested. Mozart
ites in the line of music. is the favorite classical composer,
Persons with a real knowledge of and of the moderns, DeBussy and
music are by far the most attentive, Ravel are best liked by the student.

SUMMER FACES
by
Summer Sun is the glorious new powder
shade by Elizabeth Arden to wear in
the glare of the sun. With it, use her
gay new Candy Cane lipstick and nail
polish . . . a color for the young in heart.
Summer Sun Cameo Face Powder, $2, $3.
Candy Cane Lipstick, $1.50. Nail Polish, $1.
'Tahe 2urr"
On State at the head of North University

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White Mara-
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High or mid-.
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perforated
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slip-onof
White elasti- -SeeninVogue,
cized Maracain. Mademoiselle,
High or mid- , Life and other
high feel. leading
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bow pump of r
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cized Maracain.

Sports Bluiding
Will Be Seene
Of Last Dance
Annabel Van Winkle, '41,
To Attend With Richard
Aains, '40, Chairman
Final plans are now completed for
the 1940 Senior Ball; the season's
last dance will take place from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m., Friday, June 14, in
the Sports Building.
Annabel Van Winkle, '41, who will
be the guest of Richard Adams, gen-
eral chairman, plans to appear in
red and white striped paper taffeta
with a full skirt gathered into a
tight bodice. The accessories will b
red.
Guest of Richard Abbott, who is
in charge of favors and programs
will be Margaret Redemsky, '42. Miss
Redemsky plans to wear a gown o
white dotted swiss, with narrow straps
and silver accessories.
Pittsburgh Guest To Attend
James Barnard,' building chair-
man, has invited as his guest Louise
D. Glick, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mis
Glick has chosen a white dress with
black lace above the waist, and a
band of black lace along the bottom
Brady To Attend
Helen Brady, co-chairman of pub
licity with John Thornhill, will at
tend the dance with Elwin Hendrick
'42. Miss Brady will appear in a
dress of white chiffon, full skir
caught into a gathered bodice, an
narrow straps. Her accessories wil
be silver.
Vievia Hoelscher, '40SM, will be th
guest of Lee Chrisman, music chair
man. A gown with a skirt of pink
white and green plaid silk gingham
with a pink jersey bodice will b
worn by Miss Hoelscher. She ha
chosen to wear pink accessories.
Miss Connery To Wear White
Sally Connery, patrons chairma
with Anne Hawley, will be accom
panied by Jack E. Maythorn, '40. Mis
Connery has chosen a princess dres
of white crepe, with a white jacke
sprinkled with gold sequins, and whit
accessories. Miss Hawley, who wil
be the guest of Latham Weber, o
Salamanca, N.Y., will appear in navy
and white dotted Swiss, with a ful
skirt, and white accessories.
Schmitz Guest Of Moore
Muriel Schmitz, project chairman
will be the guest of Robert L. Moore
of Burbank, Calif. Miss Schmitz wil
wear a gown of white silk jersey
modeled on Grecian lines, with a
Roman striped jacket and hood. He
accessories will be gold.
Annabel Dredge will be the gues
of her co-chairman on decorations
James Wills. Miss Dredge plans t
appear in a Grecian gown of whit
chiffon, with pearls at her throat
and white accessories.
White Net And Silver
Muriel Lubin, '41, will be the gues
of Harold Goldman, secretary and
finance chairman. Miss Lubin ha
chosen as her gown a dress of whit
net, with full skirt, narrow waist
and silver slippers.
Eugene Klein, ticket chairman, ha
invited as his guest Virginia M. Cole
of the University of Southern Cali
fornia. Miss Cole will be seen in a
gown of pale blue silk tulle, with
blue matching slippers, and pearls a
her throat.
Glen Miller To Play
Glenn Miller and his band hav
been engaged to play at the Ball
with his vocalists Ray Eberle an
Marion Hutton also appearing.
Grecian Columns Featured
Decorations will be in white and
maize and blue. Tall Grecian column

will be ranged along the sides of the
dance floor. Closer examination wil
reveal these columns to be huge diplo-
mas tied in the school colors, maize
and blue. Between these will be
draped great folds of color, maize or
one side of the room and blue on the
other.
These drapings will converge at the
center of the ceilings in alternating
colors, carrying the eye toward th
end of the dance floor, where ther
will be a huge replica of the cover
of Life Magazine. Stepping from
the magazine will be the large figures
of a boy and girl, dressed in cap and
gown.
Barbara Strongmiller
Rides Museumn Puma
Finally allowing one of her inhi-
bitions to become uninhibited, Bar
bara Strongmiller, '43, rode one of
the playful iron pumas which decor-
ate the front of the Natural Science
Museum. Describing her feelings
after the escapade Barbara said that
she felt "extremely exhilerated."
Caps, Gowns & Hoods
For FACULTY and GRADUATES

f «'«-soggy saddle shoes and anklets can fashion, however, are the colored
t3 ab ardine r dens n t a 48 be very uincomfortable. The smartest waterproof canVas and leather booties
9_ looking thing is to wear medium which are absolutely guaranteed to
ve you become resigneheeled pumps. They'll be comfortable keep the feet dry. They can be ob-
also holding its own. Another favor- to walk in, and stockings dry off tamed to match the gabardine rain-
fact that it's going to keep on rain- ite is a natural colored trench coat, much faster than anklets. coat or the reversible in a matching
ing, even though this very minute This last is more liable to match all Most stylish of the new shoes in color.
the sun is streaming in your win- your costumes. --'-- -_-----______________
dow, and that you'll have to get a The rainy season brings on other
rain coat before you go home? style possibilities. Gabardine pork- Be Satisfied With A MICH GAN DAILY , dssfed
Then hie yourself to your favorite pies match coats, and can also be
store and first of all look at the pas- worn with matching sweaters on dry-
tel gabardine coats, that are as col- er days. Roomy gabardine or cello-
orful and flattering in rain or shine. phane mittens are now being made
However, the fact that these are the to fit over delicate spring gloves,
y predominating style now, doesn't ex- Shoes are still a problem. Most
clude dark colors, for dark blue is coeds don't like to wear rubbers, and
-
....
:It
SETS WIN BY A NOSE-solve gowns and pants. She can have "
f the problem. That's what QUAR- the entire set of the same mater-
RY suggests, and if I were you, ial. Then don't forget hose,
I'd look them over very carefully. hankies and gloves. They have
Make-up or manicure sets, ei- grand quality and at an evenP\
ther will be appre- grander price. Costume jewelry
ciated for that "I too-red, white and blue are so
s finally made it" good this year. And jewelrywIoi t 0
day. They come in dresses up any outfit. See them
almost any line- . now--give the graduate a thrill!
Parner
. Arden, Rubenstein, . - * *
Aryes. Then too-
notice the new PLAY SUITS IN DUAL CAPA-
Candy Cane line. The attractive CITY-Pleasure and work. DIL-
® case is only part of its attraction. LONS recommends that you buyF
Every kind of cosmetic is repre- a carefree style for ease and com- Five Pi<CEs to go everywhere with
a sented. Revlonikmaibrei
t definitely the one ature the ir fort at picnics and the like- you! Spun rayon in pink, blue,
d new colors and come in hand- then they will be useful for peep- geranium, grey or citron, frosted
1 some cases. See them now! ing cool while studying, not to with potted posies. Brain-child
* * * forget that sun tan.
e FLATTERINGLY FEMININE- They have some dar- *. of B. H. Wragge.
Here is the key word to success lings! How about a -
with the girl graduate. CAMPUS short jumper style? Biuton-Bonnet 3.00 Shirt 3.00
, SHOPPE suggests in this line -flashy in red and
e nightgowns and robes. It is a blue stripes to be / Cardigan 3.00
s delicate gift, and oh so nice! Fine worn with white Shorts 4.00 Skirt 5.50
cottons and silks and satins. The shirt. They also have
cottons have such pretty little white silk sharkskin,
n designs on them, then gaberdine and cotton. Cotton
- they are so cool for dresses, too . . . cambray, seer-
s summer. In robes they sucker, linen-the spectator sport
s feature some good- type. Be at ease-comfort is man's
t looking cottons in a greatest pleasure. Play suits and
e number of styles and dresses at Dillons.
t ,colors. Silk robes hit * * *w
f the spot too! Then
y lingerie-in slips they give you CALKINS-FLETCHER presents
l the Rhythm Line. Known all over GIFTS FOR BOY AND GIRL
! the country for its quality. White GRADUATE. Here is a chance to
purses are fine. Notice soon their clip off both presents in one try.
quality-and the price! You will
be interested. The Beauty Bar suggests toilet
S* * sets for boys, and cosmetics sets
, EVEN THE BEST HAS ITS for girls. They have Lentheric,
a BAD POINTS--and th t in a line Y-dley, and Early L AST sToP as you're Sum-
r sums up graduation. What gift America~n sets.
shall I give? There is the prob- They come in lug- mer bound to replesh the
t lem. Well, TOWN & COLLEGE ger leather - over- carefully casual clothesyou
SHOPPE has some grand sugges- night cases and Ilove Then happy days
o tions for you to consider. Lingerie contain colognes, -fod iealg
hefor instance--one of dusting powders, ;;. . and it's Fal again
thenicest gifts that creams, etc. One of when wel be seeing you.
you can give. They the nicest gifts that you can give.
have some lovely shirt Compacts and lipstick sets would
t striping sets, and be appreciable too. They have a
when I say sets I real- number of types and makes. If 5 -
s ly mean it, because you see Calkins-Fletcher-your
e they come in slips, shopping will take little time at
half and full, pajamas, night- all.
Mattress Ticking
It. Won't Be Long NW!!FO u
3b
3 t 'RomHOMEBODY to sophisticate
d 10, in one trim little suit. That's
the story of mattress ticking in
thi ---i- -a-d-g---l-u-e-a--

s whooshing flared skirt. Red, blue
e YES, school's almost out and or sandy beige with white.
1
- most of you will be leaving
e3.
e Ann Arbor. If you're grad- 7.95'
uatiing, we wish you all kinds Calots, bonnets, brimmed
of success and happiness. And casuals to match 1.00
knowy will be back "Picnic" basket carry-ails 1.95
e yoMatching purses .. .. 2.00
er sometime--because you love
r Ann Arbor as much as we do.
1x
S If you're still an "under-
1.1
grad,," have a grand time this 8 * i e
summer and hurry back in
:. r..C..A L FOR N A
September. We have enjoyed
serving you and are anxious
to continue doing so to the
best of our ability.
TO ALL OF YOU - weill
be seeing you.

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