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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Annual Slide Rule Ball To Be Presented A1

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Louis Prima
Band To Play
At Engine Hop
Ticket Sales Will Be Held
Tomorrow, Tuesday, and
Wednesday; V-12s Get Liberty
Slide Rule Ball, an annual tradi-
tion at the University, will be pres-
ented by members of the engineer-
ing school from 9 p. m. to midnight
Friday, April 13 in the Rainbow Room
of the Union.
Contrary to custom, Slide Rule Ball
will not be limited to engineering stu-
dents. Ticket sales for the first three
days will be for engineers only, but
will later open to the general cam-
pus.
Sales To Begin Tomorrow
Sales booths will be set up in East
and West Engineering Arches from
10 a. m. to noon and from 1 p. m.
to 3 p. m. Monday through Wednes-
day. General sales will begin after
Wednesday.
Louis Prima's orchestra will be on
hand to help celebrate the occasion
with his own brand of favorite sweet
and swing favorites. Prima is well
known to American radio and movie
audiences as well as to dance fans.
He has broadcast over the major
networks from hotels and night clubs
and on the "Spotlight Band" and
"Million Dollar,Band" shows.
Popular in Movies
Prima's best known movies are

LaCrosse Players Greet

Spring

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The arrival of spring means the
arrival of robins to some, bursting
buds on trees and shrubs to others,
to still others it means an aversion
to study, but to the members of the
La Crosse Club of WAA it means the
start of their season's playing.
The club has introduced La Crosse
to the campus and the enthusiastic
group that meets every spring to play
is more than enough proof that the
game merits its increasing popular-
ity.
In order to gain some idea of this

rather unusual game, try to imagine
field hockey with a ball in the air.
This ball is played from one end of
the field to the other and is pushed
along with La Crosse sticks, some-
what comparable to a type of rac-
quet.
The game is played on Palmer
Field and the first meeting of the
group will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at WAB. For further infor-
mation call Ginny Brady, chairman
of the group, at 2-4514.

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TRICK FIDDLE-Binnie Sidebotham holds a transparent plastic
violin at a Los Angeles plastic exhibition. The violin can be played
and is said to have excellent tone.
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Last-Minute
RUSHING SUPPLIES
Ready at
BURR PATTERSON & AULD COMPANY
Fraternity Je wUTHs at Michigan
79 Sou-rii UNIVERSITY Ru'rri ANN OAKEs, Mgr.

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By RUTHE RIEMANN
FASHION HEADLINES.. . Some-
one has said . . . "Hats turn the
wheels of fashion and in the process
remake streamlines." If so, the new
millinery creations are significant of
a revolution in silhouettes. The hats
are by in large thicker, higher, bulk-
ier, and of such new outlines that
only the simplest suits or dresses can
be worn to play up the hats in proper
order. This new headline is not cas-
ually concocted. It takes creative
genius to pile fabrics of any weight
into silhouettes that will not over-
whelm or look out of place.
" N YOUR Eastern bonnet" . . . but
this year there are not only rib-
bons on it, but any fragile material
including horsehair braid, chiffon,
lace, and most popular of all, veiling
to adorn Eastern hats. A fantastic
amount of veiling is used for a single
hat, swathed layer over layer to make'
the featherweight finished creations
that achieve surprising thickness to
the eye. Pert straw sailors have the
wide brims completely snowed under
drifts of veiling.j

LUCKILY, all the hat makers are
imaginative individualists. For
new Easter skyline millinery crea-
tions vary not only in color and size,
but also shape. There are flat top
creations with minimum of decora-
tion for tall women, and exceedingly
high, even towering models, for the
shorter ones who crave additional
height along with the flowers and
veiling And for the average silhou-
ettes see the dozens of medium width
brims and medium high crowns. . .
all sophisticate-glamour ideas timed
for pre-Easter shoppers.
SENSATIONALLY eye - catching
hats are made of net, from fine
meshes to gigantic squares, oval, and
circle patterns. Some are cleverly
twisted heaps of net or veiling, others
are fashioned with wired frames and
in intricate designs like hats formerly
shown in felt. Flowered hats will
lead the parade . . . bright spring
colors, pastels, and the fashion im-
portant all-white flowers which make
the first spring line-up
Coeds are needed immediately
by the Child Care Committee to
servesasleaders and assistant
leaders for Ann Arbor Girl Re-
serve troops. The desire to work
with high school students and the
willingness to contribute at least
two hours a week to the work are
the only requisites.

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You Can't Have Everything," "Rose
of Washington Square," "Rhythm On
The Range," .Start Cheering" and
"Manhattan Merry-Go-Round." His
most popular composition is the hit
tune "Sing, Sing, Sing."
Members of the central committee
for Slide Rule Ball include John Pet-
erson as chairman, B. Phillip Stem-
mer as vice-chairman and Coe Best
as financial manager. Robert Royce
and Robert Bald will be in charge
of ticket sales. James Wallis A/S
USNR and Charles Helmick are in
charge of publicity. William Mc-
Connell A/S USNR and Harold Flet-
cher will plan the decorations while
Richard Seitz will be in charge of
programs.
V-12s Get Late Liberty
Navy V-12 men have been granted
liberty until 1:30 a. m. in order to
attend the dance. According to Hel-
mick Navy men may sign for tickets
and pay for them after the first of
the month.
Decorations for the dance will fea-
ture the famous slide rule now lodged
safely in the West Engineering Build-
ing vault and large emblems of differ-
ent engineering societies.

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Gaiety. It's sure to be a favorite for Easter.

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2.75' & 5.00
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Fresh and sweet as the scent of woods after rain.
Provocative . . . compelling . . . alluring.
One of the best loved fragrances of all time.
highly concentrated, in solid form.
As easy to re-scent as to re powder.
Keeps you appealingly fragrant at all times.
Every time you freshen up, apply it to
your hands, hairline, throat, wrists.
Perfect for travel, for long busy days.
Equally appropriate for town and country.
With constant use from morning till night it lasts
for weeks. Cannot spill or evaporate.
Inspired gift for all occasions. Ideal for women
in the service, for overseas shipping. 1.50 phis taro

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smaller edition . same
smooth performance and

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Adorable - tiny - Reti-
cule BAGS . . . all colors
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glowing leathers. Smooth
GLOVES - in fabrics and
leathers. "Necessaries" that
must spell perfection to the
discriminating woman.

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pocket., In Limelight Green
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