100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 18, 1954 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1954-04-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


SUNDAY, APRM 19, 1954

TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAt"r

$U N D Y, A ~ iL S, I~ 4 W A I!W

rak.N* r'RVE.v

Maize Team Captures

Michifish Program Will Honor Dr. Bell

Members of the Maize Team of
Frosh Weekend took top honors
last night for their presentation
of "aMAIZ-in PURSE-onalties,"
given Friday in the League.
' The theme of "aMAIZ-in
PURSE-onalities" featured the
story of a University coed. The
winning floorshow cast, under the
direction of Meridelle Knights and
Sally Ann Miller, chairman and
assistant chairman, revealed the
mysteries of a women's purse
through original songs and dances
Sally Wilkinson was general
chairman for the Maize Team.
Elizabeth Metcalf took the lead
in the floorshow, "Pamela's Per-
sonality Party," as Pamela, with
supporting roles by many other
freshmen women, including Nancy
Marsh, playing Isabelle.
In the show, Miss Metcalf's ma-
jor subject of study was radio-ac-

Honoring the life of Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Chairman of the Wom- will review the high points of her dance, complete with black leo-
en's Physical Education Depart- life in their water show. tards is also represented.
ment, at their water show, Michi- Narrated by Donna Hoffman, During the war years, Dr. Bell
fish, WAA swimming club, will the program begins with a re- was in charge of the physical fit-
present two more performances at minder that Dr. Bell always loved ness programs at the University
tive isotopoes, which she soon 3 and 5 p.m. today at the new swimming as a little girl. A "dive" for the U. S. Army. "Waltzing
changed for charm and personality women's pool. by Anne Linda Hatcher will open Bugle Boy" forms the background
through the beauty secrets of Th first fo' e f the the program, for a routine involving exercises.
"Pamela's "amazing purse." When Th;DrBelsmdclcolyas
she gained her diploma for an program took place yesterday at Dr. Bell's medical school years The new pool that Dr. Bell has
s main pernipy"mh frci the dedication of the pool. Tick- are represented by a trio, approp- worked so hard for, offers many
ed a real wooden shoe, one of the ets for the shows are free and are riately dressed in "boney" cos- opportunities for synchronized
Maie Tam' sybol, a a oodavailable at the pool. tumes, swimming to "Dry Bones. simn.Tredmntain
Maz Tassybls sa odHer study in Vienna was featur-tohemscf "Baia," "Brho
Presewo soon valbntinghetri bute to Dr. Bell um shseumnsicnnowairth ' saof
luck omen. The show was given reets tribue Bel ed by "Tales from the Vienna the Blues" and "Tawny," prove
in the form of a radio broadcast. for her efforts to acquire a pool Woods," while her love for fishing the point.
The Maize team captured first is represented by Marian Charvat
place after a close decision by and Margaret Lord, Mchifish Cappedsin colors designating;
judges Susan Riggs, president ofI manager, as sparkling white fishy. their class, Michifish membersj
the League; John Baity, president i'kAAA amInsit Ina1923, Dr. Bellversty.ted a po- will conclude their program de-
l of stona the University. ounilan At this picting one of the Lantern Night
of the Interfraternity Council an time a baseball game featured highlights, formation of a giant
women I bloomers and middy "M" to the music of "The Victors."
manager of the League. The judges LEAGUE COUNCIL - All old mblouses Michifish remember this
felt that "aMAIZ-in PURSE-onal- and new members of the League to the tune of "Take Me Out to
ties" was "outstanding in original- Council are urged to attend work- the Ball Game."
ity and presentation." shop sessions from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Dancing with scarves was popu-
Paul McDonough and his or- and from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Tuseday lar then and the idea of swim- HOW'D YOU LKE TO.
chestra provided music for dancing in the League. Special problems ming was an old fashioned idea
both nights of Frosh Weekend in edarious committees will be of "hang your clothes on a hick-
the League Ballroom. ds, , , ory limb, but don't go near the
SENIOR PANHEL-There will fashioned water ballet to the mu-
be an important meeting of the sic of the "Surrey with the Fringe
i ,I- I Panhellenic Association at 4:30 on Top."

OPEN MONDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M.
flFTER-Ef4STER Sf4LE
Smart Sprin g Styles in Coats, Suits,
Dresses and Skirts, taken from our
Regular Stocks and Drastically Reduced

DRESSES .. .
$7

Were 10.95 to 39.95

$10

$14

A 1 'ri I

ANLL L ifl1{J VElK

I

After-Easter
SHOE S

p.m. tomorrow in the League. All Equipped with balloons, Michi-
members and new delegates are fish members hail one of the big-
asked to attend the meeting. gest contributors to the new pool,
* * * Michigras.
TENNIS CLUB-Members of the Members of, the men's varsity
Tennis Club will meet at 4:20 to- swimming team will help hail
morrow on the Palmer Field Matt Mann, retiring University
courts. Coeds who are still inter- swimming coach, followed by a
ested in joining the club are urged racing exhibition.
to contact their house athletic The I-M Building was opened
managers or contact Joan Hy- to women and the Co-Rec square
man, NO 2-3119. dance came to the fore. Modern

U a7 re
Lt. Grady L. Friday and
Aviation Cadet Selection
Detachment No-403 are
visiting the University of
Michigan from April 26 to
April 30. He will be avail-
able on the third floor of
the Union Buildin from
desiring further informa-
tion on career opportuni-
ties in the Air Force.

ALL WOOL SUITS... Were
$28
COATS S
Were 45.00 to 59.95 I Were

$18
35.00 to 59.95
$38

KIRTS
14.95 to 17.95
$9

.I

I

I. I

$38

Connie and Prima
Flats and Dress Shoes
Regto 8.95
Jacqueline
Dress. Shoes
Reg. to 10.95.
Marquis of Paradise
Dress Shoes
Reg. to 16.95

now
now
now 88Qs

kanaC'i

paired
pockets
*. . perfection for Easter suits
Ship'n Shore sleevelessuits
open-or-close collar pretty-little
. . . pockets roomy-big . .
shirt tails extra-long. Sparkle-
washing combed cotton .. .
white, pastels, vivids. Sizes 30 to 38.
2.95
lots of other new
blouses in stock now, too.
In the Casual Shop
MAIN AT LJBERTY ANN ARBOR
Only the finest quality at prices that are fair

4.1.
3

Save in this Sale ....and Charge at
FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY
320 SOUTH STATE STREET

P

U

i

READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

306 S. State

Open Monday Nite

:tiff:ti....: ;........:v;: .......:u: .................................. .....

.:::.. .:v:.. .r. .;.:v:.:.. .... ..... . ss4hvr.i.. ,......sA Cs.'.s ~~~ . .. . ..."'. :.- . :" . ..... , :..*rt.... .

.......... .

i4
C
r y
1 1y
Jtiti
,w
N
.J
yr4
r.}S
.Y.:1
ul "}.i
"'lS}4
m

4;w
i
.9- A

!.

I

,r+
44 a
" }
°S7'

A new
A bra that ac
cleverest kind o
stitching that d
it accentuates y
notice how the1
yet keep the ban
fitting room an

ABOVE, shantung cos-
tume suit. Under the
smart jacket is a beau-
tiful sheath dress with
wide scoopneck . . .at
$35.00. Navy or dior
blue. Tiny pillbox with

I

spring's prettiest ..
our pencil=-lim
SILK SHANTUN

..
G

H
a
?
?f
?f
se
NE
Silk
Po
pla
NE
Pri
$

GflLF FORM4L OPENING
rave you been thinking
bout your Spring
PROM
FORMAL
GRADUATION
CLUB OPENING
COCKTAIL PARTY
e now have the I \y
ost beautiful
election ever!
EW F~ABRICS: "- .;
k broadcloth-crystalette
lished cotton, lace, nylon net, X I /
in colors and prints
W STYLING f
ced At
14.95 to $39.95
Monday nite and Tuesday special
V I uo "- $39 9S

ONE-PIECE DRESSES and
TWO-PIECE DRESSES from $22.95
DRESSES WITH JACKETS from $29.95
prints, dots, solids
Sizes 10-42, regular and petite
Tall 12-18 - Half sizes 12% to 241/2

7

E
r:
'
S:
4: i i
D;:>;
:;':
:3
G>
>
;
' j,:;:
z
is
f.. .
i>i2
.: .
i >
is
4ry'y
G; :;
. .
K}:
::':
!::'
G :,.
,1::
i ":
5; ,,_
%::

. ,
.
v*

fib;;
.eft
1 7

beauty
takes a bow

RIGHT, pencil slim print
shantung with white
pique touches on neck-
line and sleeves . . . at
$25.00.

f/

t C

tually is new and different. It's the'
of cup-reinforcing, it's the functional
does the trick ... see how beautifully
your bustline. Move, bend, stretch .. .
two elastic gussets expand with you,
nd firmly in place. Try this BALI in the
nd see what we mean. A, B, C cups,

1'

4a lues - .
14 FORMA LS $10.00

t

I

A KM

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan