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April 27, 1941 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

en Models
Gershwin Hits Models T
To Accompany'
Spring Review
Jane Krause, '41, Is Manager;
Style Show To Be At 4:15 P.M.
Thursday in Michigan Theatre

Are

Announced

For

Daily

Fashion

Forecast

o Parade At Fashion Show

English Refugee To Find New Home;
Federation Representatives To Be Here

Ten men will take part in "Sum-
mertime," a fashion Review sponsored
by The Daily and Ann Arbor mer-
chants on May 1 at the Michigan
Theatre.
Those who will appear on the stage
to display masculine apparel are Bob
Bennett, '44, Charles Dillman, '42,
Frank Savage, '41, Blaz Lucas, '41,
Murrey Markland, '43, Pat Hoeper,
'42, Irl Brent, '42BAd, Bob Templin,
'43, and Ed Pearlberg, '43 Bob Shedd,
'42, wVill be commentator along with
Jeanne Crump, '42.
George Gershwin's "Summertime"
will' introduce the afternoon style
show, starting at 4:15 p.m. to the aud-
ience of men and women students
and Ann Arbor residents who are in-
vited to attend at no charge, and the
entire musical program that will go
on during the display of clothes is
to be restricted to Gershwin tunes.
Jack Rue and his orchestra will ren-
der the music.
The traditional semi-annual fash-
ion show, this spring under the charge
of Jane Krause, '41, offers an af-
ternoon's entertainment besides in-
formation on the latest in stylistic
news. There will be adequate seating
for all, and no waiting for the show
to begin nor intervals in the show.
Working with Miss Krause are
Carolyn Kleiner, '43, chairman of the
arrangements, Margaret Hadsell, '42,
programs, Lou Carpenter, '42, models
committee, Elaine Gordon, '43, con-
tact committee, and Jean Mullins,
'42, in charge of ushers.
Sampson-Van Stock
Engagement Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sampson of
Sheridan Square, Evanston, Illinois,
'announce the engagement of their
daughter, Dorothy Jane, '41, to Mr.
Marvin Van Stock of Chicago, Ill.
Miss Sampson is affiliated with Al-
pha Epsilon Phi of which she was
sub-dean this past year, and she also
has been active in Choral Union. Mr.
Van Stock has received his master's
degree in Economics from the Uni-
versity of Chicago, and is working for
his doctorate in the same subject.
At Our Cosmetic Counter -
P R ESC RI D E S
SPRING TONIC COLORS
They're magic nail polish potions to
pep up winter-weary fingertips
color bracers to make a smart cos-
tume distinctive. And they're brewed
to match Spring's most popular ac-
cessory colors.
R Ii U E A R B ...shrill pin stimulant
FIRE WEED.invoratin true red
GIN GER TEA...rch brown red
SIXTY CENTS
°f 5',

BATH SOAP
Special offer -
Box of 4 cakes - $1.00
Regular 35c cake, unwrapped
CREAM SOAP
Superf atted.
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Box of 4 cakes - $1.00
Regular 30c cake, unwrapped
WHITE ROSE
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Regular 26c cake, unwrapped

BOB TEMPLIN, JUNE UNDERHILL, MILDRED RADFORD, BOB SHEDD
TheIlite Wroite4
Just came back from the last Daily bouquet of little pink flowers. He
picnic I'll probably ever go on. We went on in this vein for approxi-
had fun, as usual, but for me, it was mately three more paragraphs
rather .a sad occasion because it clinching the effect with this final
brought the realization that appoint- line. "Oh, yes, and Miss Pons
ments are just a week away, and that also sang." Relations between Mr.
after next Saturday night I'll be Schwarzwalder and Miss Pons were
just another has-been. a bit strained. She called up The.
Of course, I'll come up here and Daily, howled in French at poor, be-
offer advice to the new women's edi- wildered Al Sarasohn, tried to get a
tor, and tell her that- things always hold of Haufler (but he's a smart
look their blackest at 2 a.m. when a Joe and hid in one of the filing cabi-
big hole has been left on the page nets), called the President of the Mu-
and she has to dream up copy to fill sic School, and finally President
it, but it won't quite be the same. Ruthven. In describing the affair
Nobody will be nice to me any more. at a banquet a few days later, Dr.
At least, not the way they've been Ruthven said that he would have
these last three weeks-when it done something about it except that
counts. he quite agreed with Mr. Schwarz-
couts.walder's column. So The Daily came
We Reminisce out on top on that one.
Ann Vicary, last year's women's Time On Your hands
ed. was back today, and we naturally Right about this time of year, the
drifted into the "remember when" seniors sit around up here in the
phase of conversation. There was afternoons and relate these stories
the time when Debs Hardy wrote a by the dozens. That's another thing
story about the faculty women's re- I'll always remember about The Daily.
ception, and in describing one wo- If you've ever got five minutes time
man's gown she said, "She wore a to waste and you never really have),
print silk dress, with a broach at but anyway, if you think you have,
the neck of it." And when no one you always end up wondering how
was looking, Stan Swinton added come the whole afternoon went by so
"which was very low indeed." And it fast. And a couple of other peoplei
went through like that. Reverbera- will be wondering the same thing.
tions? Aplenty ! It's not all fun, though. I re-
Then there was the time last spring ,member worrying myself into innum-
when Johnny Schwarzwalder, The erable headaches over "make-up"
Daily's music critic (now exercising . . . And combing the Ann Arbor
his pipes at Fort Du Pont, Delaware) Daily News for SOMETHING to fill
wrote a review of Miss Lily Pons' per- up that last hole . . . and apologiz-
formance at the Music Festival. Miss ing to 15 potential committeewomen
Pons, he wrote, wore a beautiful pink (our future BWOC's) whose names
net dress with lacy pantaloons show- had been misspelled. Whatta head-
ing daintily beneath it, a pert pink ache it's been-but the best three
hat and she also clutched a tight and a half years of my life!
.. .

Mary E. Wright To Be Adopted'
By Dr. May Preston Slosson
As 'Godparent Plan' Hits Home
By FRANCES MENDELSON
Just a few. weeks ago, Mary E.
Wright, a little English child, was
five years old. Mary is one of a
family of 12 children; her mother is
sick and her father has been un-
employed for several years. Mary,
herself, had the measles and is still
in a weak condition.
But the birthday was not an un-
happy one. Mary had just been
"adopted" by Dr. May Preston Slos-
son, mother of Prof. Preston Slosson,
of Devonshire Road. She will be
taken from England and brought to
live with Mrs. Slosson for the dura-
tion of the war.
This is the first adoption to be
made in Ann Arbor through the
Save the Children Federation.
As yet, Mary is just a picture
(Photo No. A.- 2481) and a short
typewritten description, to Mrs. Slos-
son. But, by a strange coincidence,
the name of the child is the same
as that of one of the Slosson's
daughters-Mary Elizabeth Wright.
"Adoption is a wonderful help for
Mary," said the note which accom-
panied the picture, "because it en-
ables her to have the extra nour-
ishment which she so urgently re-
quires \in these anxious and difficult
times, but of which she would other-
Announcement Made
Of Former Football
Star's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Patterson
of Flint announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara M., '39,
to James W. Sargent, '43, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Sargent of
Milwaukee, Wis.
While on campus Miss Patterson
was affiliated with Collegiate Soro-
sis and a member of ScrollandMor-
tarboard. Mr. Sargent is a member of
Phi Kappa Psi and Phi Chi fra-
ternities. The wedding will take place
in June.
At a dinner party at the Chi Omega
house last night, the engagement of
Hazel Jensen, '41, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. V. Jensen, Ann Arbor
to Forrest R. Jordan, '40, son of Mrs.
William Kanarr of Clair, was an-
nounced.
Miss Jensen is affiliated with Chi
Omega and Mr. Jordan is a member
of Phi Gamma Delta and Michi-
guama.

Sir Robert And Lady Mayner
Will Be Special Guests At Tea
And Dinner While Visiting
Sir Robert and Lady Mayer of Lon-
don, England, will be the guests of
President and Mrs. Ruthven on Tues-
day, when they are in Ann Arbor inj
connection with their work for the
Save The Children Federation, and,
more particularly, the British Save
the Children Fund.
Sir Robert and Lady Mayer have
been touring the country for several!
months as representatives for the
Federation, acting as liason officers
between the American and the Bri-

MARY E. WRIGHTLulV.0
- ~- -~~--~~~--~- ~- - Arbor bra
wise be deprived, especially just now Mrs. Edw
when prices are so high as a result A dinn
of the war." held at 6
Under the extensive wartime serv- Dress is
ice of the Save the Children Federa- the tea,v
tion, arrangements are made where-
by individual children are brought to for the
America under an "adoption" or god- be made
parent plan, at a cost to the donor who wish
of 30 dollars a year. This service is tomorrow
carried on in close coordination with Union, re
the government. All frie
The donor receives the name, a organizat
brief description, and a picture of and brin
the child he is to have, as promptly who arei
as war, conditions permit. Payments Children
may be made semi-annually, quar- attend e:
terly or monthly. affairs.
Shower Her
with Linens
,. Alwaysthe
appropriate t
for the bride-to-be.
"Always reasonably p
(GAGE L INEN
10 NICKELs ARCADE

Sale Of Mortar
And Pestle Ball
Tickets Opens
Tickets for the annual Mortar and
Pestle Ball, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the League
ballroom, are now on sale at the
Union desk.
Music for the affair will be furn-
ished by Max Gail and his orchestra.
Sydney Aaronson, '42, is general
chairman of apothecaries' dance
decorations plans are taking shape
under co-chairmen David Meier, '42,
Marjorie Kern, '41, and David
Schlichting, '41P.
John Gregg, '41P, is in charge of
tickets, Howard Nunes, '41P, heads
the publicity committee, Miss Kern

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GOODYEAiR'S

izations. is in charge of patrons, while Ar-
ayer will speak at 4:15 p.m. thur Pugh, '42P, is head of pro-
in the League, at a tea
being planned by Mrs. Pres-
osson, chairman of the Ann
inch of the Federation, and j
ard Blakeman.
er for the visitors will be j
p.m. Tuesday in the Union. Zilou " the
optional. Reservations for
which will be 30 cents, and
dinner, at one dollar, must
by individuals and parties
to attend, no later than
night at the League or K
spectively.
nds and co-workers of the
ion are invited to attend
g their guests. Any others
interested in the Save The-K
Federation, are welpome to
ither one or both of theSe
STRIPES are everywhere!s Tn
tJ-the new collection of cotton
wash dresses and blouses athe
OKTOWN AND COUNTRY ShpO
stripes are outstanding. If you
like good looking, tailored sum-
mer dresses, take a peek at the 3
crisp seersuckers and soft chamF
riced" jgrays-In bright reds, greens,
adblues . . and soft browns
adpinks.
SHOP
cr
- -- jBARGAINS galore at DIL -
j LONS! If you did not quite get
j around to buying a spring suit
or coat, it still isn't too late.
Stop in and look at this mer-
chandise. There are plaids, f
tweeds,rand pastels that you
Kcan wear now and though the
summer.
/
K PERFUMED SOAP need not be
a luxury. CALKINS AND FLET-
SCHERhave a special this week.
All of these luxurious 4711 bath
soaps are offered at special bar-
Sgains. The fragrance of each
of these is delightful and will
Kadd to your daintiness-White
Roe, Geranium Rose, Mayflow-
er, L'Offrande, and Carnation.
CRIT? ARLTO _
j RELAX IN SLACKS-Whether
you're studying for that next
%blue book, or enjoying yourself
l on a picnic, you will feel com-
fortable and look gay in the
Ksmart looking slack sets that
JACOBSON'S are showing. In
sharkskin or non-crushable ma-
Sultant fromterial-these three piece suits
N rom come in either light pastel or
ew York % brilliant shades.
e tic j
EK ONly.
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j. NOVELTY JEWELRY can dress
j up any outfit. EIBLER'S Jewel-
ry Store offers you at reason-
able prices adorable lapel clips ,
and pins ... animals and flow-
j ers made of gold and enamel V
. . . P.S. So you like earrings?
s. Then be sure and see the
seli owerserearrings
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