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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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College Skit by ZBT Wins
First Prize in 'Hilleizapoppin'
"I'll Never Forget My College Days," a skit with original words
and music presented by Zeta Beta T o fra u y-, won first prize
in the annual "Hillelzapoppin' " last Saturday in Lydia Mendelssohn,
Theatre.
Sigma Delta Tau followed with thir :, econd place winner,
"Demublicans' Choice" in the series of vaueille skits presented by
the Bnai' Brith Hillel Foundation.

Bold Colors Will Accent Spring

Hoods Help Keep Hair Curly in Wet Weather

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it's a paintbox spring, and

-they are this spring's most

dre e; are trimmed right off the catching colors. if the coat i
ri w bright, let the dress be navy, spiced
Two-piecers are back with full itl white.

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It is a well known phenomenon woman look." Either way it is its practicality in the hood that
'at whereas signs of spring art quite a discouraging fact to the spent the winter on the back.
imerous and varied all over thc male observer in the dull lec- With the help of the hood as a
orld, they may be narrowed ture. shehter, coeds may arrive in class
>wn to one thing in Ann Arbor But this need not be so this dry-heaidd and with curls in pre-
-rain. spring. The new look now proves sentble order.
R- .in c it nnnli, tI t trlar

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skirts and little jackets that team

Spring dresses can be supple-

to make a dress with the range of mented with a blazing coat, which

a suit. Bold, full-figured prints
are fashionable. They're the kind

will be long, three-quarter length
or finger length. It should be fairly

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Ic dec by general chairman
i Blanche Berger and directed by
Aviva Shanoff and Fred Klein,
the proceeds'from the perform-
ance go to the Ann Arbor Allied
Jewish Appeal.

that can be worn with the same narrow shouldered and must look
sense of eternal newness which smart over full skirts.

rain as 1Lappues co uen
generally nearly always means
water-marked books, muddy sihoe
and wet clothes. But to the coed
it means something far worse anfi
with far greater consequence. It
means wet hair.
If the hair is naturally straight
rainy weather means the "cin-
derella look" for the day while
curly-headed coeds have to con-
tent themselves with the "wild

IF YOUR STOCKINGS SHOW THESE SYMPTOMS ..

used to be felt only about black.

Pick a coat from bold, pure bolts.

With dark coats, be certain the I Try the new pandemonium red.

.ress is bright. Try a deep mauve,
a copper shade or a moody green

parade blue, hot yellow, glow white
or meadow-fresh green.

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I'hy 'doesai't her best
friend tell her alout
fine PERMANENTS
for 7.50?

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Four other organizations en-
tered skits for competition includ-
ing the Phi Sigma Delta and
Sigma Alpha Mu fraternities, a
group from the league house at
1027 E. University and another
group calling themselves the
Traumatic players.
Spring Vacation
Resorts Surveyed
This spring with ten days of
s-hool-free time to do with as they
wish the thoughts of many ;stu-
dents turn to travel.
keservations should be obtained
early this year for travel condi-
tions are as crowded as during the
war. Air is increasing steadily as
the most favored method of trans-
portation.
Bermuda and Miami are the fa-
vorite places for students with leis-

C ASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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WANTED

RIDE for Two to Rochester, N.Y., any-
time spring vacation. Share driving
and expenses. Call 2-8265. )23
FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM-For couple. Kitchen
privileges; near campus. Phone 2-5128.
)29
SHARE pleasant double room one block
from campus. Business woman or
graduate. 714 E. University. )92
SINGLE ROOM for girl after spring
vacation opposite Rackham. Phone
6671 before noon.

Slae&c V CLop

Phone 8 87.8

601 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor

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ure time.

Foremos Faslions
By Leading Mhers
Irridescent Elkskin Raincoat
With Button-On Visor Hood
$3995
J'o wear as a topper come rain or shine
Audrey recommends this Del Mar waterproof elkskin
in Easter egg purple. The fitted visored hood
continues down over the shoulder where it
buttons all around. When you remove the hood
the buttons form a pert yoke. And, of course,
with it you'll carry a gay nylon umbrella in its
matching shoulder sling, priced $10.45 complete
Other Raincoats
Priced $14.95 to $49.95
-Posed by Audrey Lawrence
Alpha Chi from Detroit
309 SOUTII SoTAE STRIET

WANTED TO RENT
TWO GIRLS wish to rent or sub-let
furnished apt, for sumnner term
Box 80, Daily.
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and de-
livery. Phone 25-7708. )41
SEWING: Specializing in skirts and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. )40
WATCH REPAIR-Done by an expert
with years of experience. A. Spring.
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Phone 4834.
)14
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice, 208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
THINK OF HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last
year's wardrobe that new look. Alter-
ations a specialty with prompt serv-
ice. Custom clothes and re-styling.
Hildegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
ton, Telephone 2-4669. )87
FOR SALE
New table model Philco radio record
changer combination. Like new. 25 per-
cent off. Call 2-4591 301 Prescott House
after seven.
22 Ft. trailer, luxuriantly furnished,
including piano. Parked near camp-
us, near transportation Box 76,
Michigan Daily.
SALE OR TRADE: Bolex H-8, 8 mm.
Movie Camera and frame counter-
f:3 Schneider-Kreuzrach Lens, Case
Call 8612-Plank.
LADIES BICYCLE-Genuine imported
English Raleigh with generator,
lights, tire pump, gear shift, over-
size rims, tool kit, basket, etc. Like
new. Cost $96. Will sell for $60. Phone
2-0706.
FUNK & WAGNALLS complete Ger-
man record course-brand new con-
dition $40-120 Chicago House 2-4401.
CAMERA: Like new, Busch Pressman
"C", Flash supermatic shutter, all
accessories. 6 holders, F.P.A., etc. $225
or reasonable offer. Ed Strong, Ph.
20549.
PLYMQUTH COUPE 1934. Good running
condition. $185. Call 24463 noon or
after 4:30 p.m.
TEE OFF with a new set of clubs, S
Irons, 3 woods. Men's women's rea-
sonable. Call 27053.
BIKES: Lady's Schwinn and Man's
Rollfast. Also Portable washing ma-
chine. Reasonable. Call 27053.
CORONA PORTABLE typewriter in
good operating condition. Call at
Wagner's Store, 303 S. State. )35
CANARIES, large selection of top qual-
ity singers and females. Bird supplies,
cages. 562 S. 7th. Phone 5330. )30
MAKE ME AN OFFER. Size 42 Camel's
hair topcoat. Phone Bruce Brown,
8568, 7-9 p.m. )36
BUICK, 1940, four-door special sedan.
Radio, good condition. Phone R. Wei-
gle, 4145, Rm. 0-12. )93
ARGUS A-2 Camera, leather case, ex-
cellent condition, $15.00. Phone 6368.
INSURANCE POLICY
on ail dates . . . corsage from
CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Call 27032 between 8-12 P.M.

HELP WANTED
CANDY SALESGIRL-Il a.m. - 8 p.m.
2 p.m.--11 p.m. Mary Lee Candies'
HELP WANTED: Part time help for
evenings and week-end. Apply Broad-
way Soda Iar 1015 Broadway be-
fore 2 pm. or after 6 pin.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ladies' Waltham - watch Sat-
urday-State and Liberty. Return
1467 U. Terrace Apt. 1323. Reward.
LOST: Male Brittany Spaniel-Orange
and White License-1351-Answers to
"Jeff." Reward. Phone 2-1553.
LOST---Chi Omega Pin. S. L. Johnson
on back. Reward. Call 2-2569.
LOST: Rhinestone bracelet. Vicinity
Olivia and Cambridge. Call 2-2443.
)31
LOST-Black Eversharp Pen between
Angell and N. University. Phone
2-7795. )26
AT SCHWABEN'S Saturday taken by
mistake, gabardine topcoat. Have
yours; call 21349.
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Washington, D.C.
Spring vacation. Phone Albert Jenk-
ins 2-5584 before 10 p.m.
WANTED: Ride to Cleveland April 2.
Phone H. J. 20808 Share expenses.
WILL SHARE EXPENSES and driving
for transportation to or near Sioux
City, Iowa. Leaving on or around
April 3, 2-6582.
DRIVING to Miami, Florida, spring va-
cation. Room for 3, 2-7265, Eve. )39
RIDE WANTED to N.Y.C. Spring vaca-
tion for two. Phone Joan Ramirez.
Univ. Ext. 452. )38
LET'S GO to Colorado. 2 or 3 want to
go. We help drive and share ex-
penses. Need a man with a car who
leaves April 3rd. Call 23179, Harry.
Paul or Hodge. )37
STUDENT DESIRES ride to Southern
Cal. Share driving expenses. Leave
April 1. Contact Warren 2-0968. ) 32
RIDE to New England or New York de-
sired by dog and student during
spring vacation. Will share costs.
Phone Johnny, 2-7066. )27

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THERE'S
NOTHING NEWER,
NOTHING PRETTIEII,
THAN OUR
PACE-SETTING
SPRING FASHIONS!
Ginn) Bauer, A iirey Parncs, ((1l(
moza11%iiclu!iff spcr forth ii/o Spr'ins
in A d(!ClijOiscit' Id/('.S faJI0//S,

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--Daily Photo by Lipsey
Marilyn Eisenbach, '51 Pharmacy,
is the essence of Spring in this three-piece all-wool gabardine outfit
of palest pink. Her flower-decked cloche is a whirl
of grey tulle and pink roses.
The suit and hat come in a variety of other blush colors.

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