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Y 6, 1930

TIM SUMMER A? RICAN DAILY

Y 6,1080 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FASHION PLATE

One of the principal consider-
ations in assembling a summer
wardrobe is to obtain sport clothes
which are both smart and comfort-
able. For golf and tennis the tra-
ditional outfit is a one piece dress
or skirt with a tuck in blouse. Soft
woolens are the favorites for golf,
but in very warm weather shan-
tung, tussor, or toile de sole are
more comfortable. They are usu-
ally belted and the skirt must be
wide enough to allow a natural
stance.
The virtues of white cotton pique
have been exploited this season by
most of the designer~s to make ten-
nis dresses of the plain, sleeveless
type that reach just below the
knee. Tucks, pleats, and clever
seams are used to give individual-
ity.
Bathing suits are more decor-
ous but still swimmable. The smart
swimmer no longer flaunts her
athletic prowess, the shorts of her

suit are cut to give the effect of
a skirt, plaited on the sides and
tied around the waist.
Pique, linen, and shantung are
the most practical for beach py-
jamas and overalls, and awning
striped materials are used for ac-
cessories. Bags are very large this
year, and will hold a suit, purse,I
cigarettes, and a book. Wide,
floppy hats of linen are newer
than straw and more practical.
Sports frocks that can be worn
to classes are shown in crepe, silk
pique, silk and wool etamine, tus-
sor, some of them piped with col-
lor and worn with colored belts.
There frocks are usually sleeveless,
belted at the natural waist, with
comfortable short, full skirts.
Other sports models have simple
skirts and short Eton jackets of
tweed, showing the s w e a t e r-.
blouse below their edges in a band
round the top of the hips.

Edm onson Will Lecture
Before Education Club
Meeting regularly for the first
time since their organization, the
Educational clubs of the Summer
Session will convene tomorrow
evening.
The Women's Educational club
will meet at 7:15 o'clock in the
Women's league building. Dean
James B. Edmonson of the School
of Education will speak before the
group, taking as his subject "Some
Questions on Professional Ethics."
The Men's club will meet at 7
o'clock Monday on the third floor
of the Michigan Union building.

C LASS I FI E
ADVERTISINJ
WANTED
WANTED-A few student wash-
ings. Work carefully done. Phone
7027. 4, 5, 6,

FOR RENT

FOQR RE NT--Rooms for light
housekeeping for summer. Rea-
sonable. 524 Hill St. Phone 7027.

4, 5' 6 Prompt service. ExI
LOST NModerat,
LOST 0. D. M(
LOST-Elk'stooth, initials P. E. H.
Dial 8659. 6,7. 314 South State St.

;erienced operators.
eo rates.
ORRILL
Phone 6615

TYPEWRITING
and
MIMEOGRAPHING
A specialty for
twenty years.

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WANTED-Situation, for summer.
Experienced typist. Phone 21147.
4,-5, 6, 7
HELP WANTED -- FEMALE-
Teachers (175)-for High School
and Grades wanted at once.
CONTINTENTAL TEA C HERS'
AGENCY, 316 Brooks Arcade
Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 2-27{

NO
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flue Vird Hair Shoppe
5 NICKELS ARCADE
We do not j ust cut Hair but shape it to best
suit your features.
Call 9616
and make your appointment
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ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS MATERIALS
STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN PENS, LOOSE LEAF BOOKS
TYPEWRITING AND POUND PAPERS
COLLEGE PENNANTS AND JEWELRY LEATHER GOODS
V2 Block from Campus 1111 South University Ave.

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WEDNESDAY

Call and Deld

Men's

Suits

CLEANED and
PRESSED

One Suit or

Overcoat at Our Regular Price of

75c

And an Extra One at 40c or Two for $1.15

Ladies' Plain Dresses or

Call and Delivered

Any Coat

Cane Dress (Up to 20 Pleats) or Any Coat for $1.00
And an Extra Dress, Suit or Coat at 75c or
Two for $1.75

One Trial Is Convincing

reene's

Cleaners and Dyers
23231l

Phone

Phone

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