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January 16, 1957 - Image 8

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THE -IVIICHiGAI% DAILY

'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1957

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FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO.
216 W. William Street Ann Arbor, Michigan
Telephone NO 8-8014
We Have All Kinds of Glass-Mirrors and Furniture Tops
We Have the Nationally Advertised Paints
You Can Park Right in Front of Our Store
WE HAVE BEEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 67 YEARS

College Students
To Present Play
By Arthur Miller
"Death of a Salesman" by Ar-
thur Miller will be presented this
week by the Eastern Michigan
College Players.
The production, directed by
Prof. George Bird of the Eastern
Michigan speech department, will
be held beginning at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday even-
ings in Roosevelt Auditorium in
Ypsilanti.
Tickets are 75 cents and are on
sale at the door.

BOWLING, SKI CLINIC, SWIMMING:
Sport Facilities Open to Coeds During Exams

By MARY BETH GODFROY
As the pressure of final exams
increases and students crowd the
libraries to crack those books, the
need for some relaxation becomes
apparent,
According to Dr. Margaret Bell,
Chairman of the Program for the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment, "Any physical outlet is
conducive to refreshing the mind."
Utilizing this idea, the Women's
Physical Education Department is1
offering a wide range of activities
to the coeds on campus during the
examination period.

Those who are interested in
bowling may use the facilities at
the Women's Athletic Building
from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21,
through Friday, Jan. 25.
For people who don't mind the
cold, there is ice skating from 9
to 10 p.m. every evening and from
3 to 5 p.m. Sundays at the Coli-
seum. {
A Ski Clinic for women students
wishing to learn the elementary
skills of skiing will be held from
2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18 at the
Women's Athletic Building.
Skis will be furnished to stu-

dents who have boots. Those who
do not have the necessary foot-
gear may come and observe the
instruction and obtain advice con-
cerning the purchase of equipment.
Students interested are asked to
call the desk at the Women's
Athletic Building by noon Thurs-
day, Jan. 17, indicating their in-
terest so that sufficient instruc-
tion can be provided.
Barbour Gymnasium will also
be open for use from 3 to 5 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 21 through Tuesday,
Jan. 29 (except Saturday and Sun-
day). Badminton and basketball
equipment will be available while
on Monday and Wednesday stu-
dents will also be able to use the
trampoline.
The Women's swimming pool
will be open during the examina-
tion period through Sunday, Jan.
27. Hours are: 4 to 6 p.m., Mon-

day through Friday; 7:15 to 9:15
p.m. Monday through Thursday,
with Wednesday, co-rec night;
7:15 to 9:15 p.m. Saturday, also
a co-recreational night and 3 to
5 p.m. Sunday, co-recreational.
Faculty night and Michigan
night will be held at the usual
times.
Spring Weekend
Students who have not signed
up to work on Spring Weekend,
to be held Friday and Saturday,
May 10 and 11, may do so at
registration.
Members of the Central
Committee will be on hand at a
special booth to answer any
questions and to sign up in-
terested persons.

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SPORTSWEAR

SKIRTS

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Wool wrap-around skirts in a beautiful
selection of styles and pastel colors.
$9.90
OUTER JACKETS
Warm and wonderful group of winter
defying jackets. A good selection of
colors and sizes.
$18 and $20
Orig. $21.95 to $29.95
WOOL KNIT DRESSES

Beautiful wool chenille knit
made to sell for much more.

dresses

$24

ACCESSORIES
GLOVES . . . A group of 200 pairs of
mittens .. --.......... . . ...$2.00
A beautiful group of manufacturers'
samples in fashion styles and fabrics,
$2.45 - 3 pairs. $7.00
NYLON HOSIERY ... 88c to $1.49
a pair for full-fashioned first quality,
famous name hosiery. Orig. $1.05 to
$1.95 a pair.
HAN DBAGS
Bargains in suedes, leathers and fabrics
SCARVES, Stoles, Jackets, Collars,
Hoods ... good selections and wonder-
ful buys !
SHOES
Fall and winter fashion footwear .. . calf
and suede dress and casual styles you'll
wear right now with your winter ward-
robe and through spring. All heel heights
and in the season's best colors.
MADEMOISELLE . . . $10.85
Orig. $16.95 to $18.95
JOYCE CASUALS
$6.85 to $7.85
Orig. $9.95 to $12.95
TOWN AND COUNTRY $6.85
Orig. $9.95 to $11.95

ROBES
Clearance
LINGERIE

Special Group of
Mnufacturers Samples
FASHION BELTS
A fine selection of styles and colors in
patent, calf and cowhide leathers.
$1.39 ... 3 for $4

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. . . $9, $12, $14

BLOUSES

Jersey prints and solids, cotton and cot-
ton-dacron blend, man-tailored shirts,
matadors, soft suit blouses in plaids,
stripes and solids. Assorted silk prints
and sheer nylons.
$3.-$4 -$
PASTEL WOOL DRESSES
A very special group of two-piece pastel
wool dresses. Perfect for now through
spring.
$12.88
Orig. $17.95
SWEATER
Wool sweaters, short sleeve and cardi-
gan ...............$3.97 to $5.97

Nylon, waltz length, with cameo lace
trim; rosebud, embroidery with coin dot
print.

Matching Gowns .

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Orig. $14.95
Lounging Pajamas . $12, $18
Orig. $29.95

BARGAIN DAY SPECIAL
Save up to $8.00 a pair in our

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Velvet pants and satin
smocked jeweled trim.

shirt with
. . . $4

Bed Jackets

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Cashmere sweaters in pull-over
cardigan..............$17 to

and
$21

Orig. $8.95
Nylon tricot jackets with coin dot trim.
White with blue, and white with pink.
ROBES-$11 and $22
Orig. $14.95 and $29.95
Long nylon/dacron coachman with
rosebud print; and nylon quilted coach-
man robe.
Flannel Gowns and Pajamas
$4
Orig. $6.95
Cotton flannel PJ's and gowns. Embroi-
dered yoke. White and Red. Also siss
print pajamas.

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SAMPLE SALE OF STONE
COSTUME JEWELRY
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SALE OF HAND-FINISHED,
GRAINED CALF MOCCASINS
$7.85
Orig. $9.98

Values to $14.95
NEW SPRING SHOES
.Aren't you the lucky oe...* if you wear
shze 48 or 4%B8... just look at the savings
we're offering on nationally advertised shoes
-... co . early and see these terrific values
...we've dozens of the season's newest,
smartest styles. Colors and materials galore.
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