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THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1931

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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rHuRSDAY, JULY 9, 1931 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

TAG DAY
GROW S IN IMPORT
SAYS CAMP LEADER
Gavey Finds Failure of Campaign
May Mean Closing of
Last Session.
URGES SUPPORT HERE
Boys From University Institution
at Paterson Lake to
Distribute Tags.
(Special to The Daily)
PETERSON LAKE, July 9.--"Sum-
mer tag day this year is more im-
portant than ever before," accord-
ing to Walter Gavey, '32, assistant
director of the University Fresh Air
camp at Peterson lake. "An insti-
tution depending upon contribu-
tions always needs more funds, but
this year, our success on tag day
may mean the difference between
keeping camp open for the full sea-
son or closing it at the end of the
third section," he stated yesterday.
Camp May Close.
"The University Fresh Air Camp
is run for under-privileged boys in
Detroit and Ann Arbor on a ten
weeks basis. One hundred boys at
a time come for two weeks each, so
that if the camp has to close at the
end of its third section, two hun-
dred boys will be robbed of an out-
ing they are planning on," he con-
tinued. "Not only will this be a dis-
appointment to the boys, but it will
be a great waste of equipment. The
camp is in fine running order; the
staff is all hired and at work; the
ortly thing lacking is a fund for'
running expenses for four weeks.
That is why we are making a spec-
ial appeal for large contributions on
our tag day."
Boys to Come Here.
Wednesday, July 15, has been se-
lected as the date of the summer
drive for funds. Eighteen or twen-
ty boys from the camp who have
co-operated best with their leaders
during their stay will be chosen to
come into Ann Arbor and sell tags.'
English Department
Gains in Enrollment
Enrollment in the English de-
partment of the University has been
especially large this summer, it was
anounced yesterday. It numbers
more than two hundred graduate
students.
Professor Ernest H. C. Oliphant
of the Sarah Lawrence Colege in
Bronxville, New York, is assisting in
this department for the Summer
Session. He has just completed his
book "Principles for Determination
of Authorship in Elizabethan Dra-
ma1."

To© Seek Presidency

Mosher-Jordan Students Name
Women Representatives
on House Body.
Corridor captains were chosen
Wednesday by women of Mosher
Jordan Halls to represent them on
the Council which held its first
meeting Wednesday evening. This
council has as its purpose that of
deciding matters that cannot be de-
cided at regular house meetings.
Membership is made up of Mable
Helman, Iva Studebaker, Mildred
Goldstein, Helen Dornette, Marian
Packard, Mrs. C. S. Robinson, Jean
Rinehalt, Grace Jones, Esther Pot-
orff, and Jeanette Wilburn; and the
officers of the dormitory, Helen
Swineford, Ruth Kelly, Gladys Bad-
ger, and Mrs. Mary Buffington.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA--
"Big Sisters" and "Twin Sisters"
have been appointed to advise en-
tering women students here next
fall.

Joseph Irvin France,
Former United States Senator
from Maryland, who has announced
his candidacy for the Republican
nomination for President. France
is regarded as an authority on Rus-
sian affairs. He will discuss what
he considers the issue of the cam-
paign at a public meeting July 11
at his estate near Port Deposit, Md.

ashion
S***Plate
Dame Fashion decrees longer eve-
ning wraps for fall and winter wear
according to the latest bulletins
from Paris. They will be longer,
more flowing in style, and probab-
ly made of velvets. You girls who
have purchased these jackets of fur
and material will do well to wear
them out on these cool summer
evenings as they will be decidedly
passee this fall.
* * *
One of the well dressed woman's
greatest problems in the summer
time is how to look cool as well as
to keep cool. White sleeveless one-
piece dresses of shantung and silks
are attractive as well as cool. Ap-
propriate assessories including the
ever stylish panama hats, short or
medium length white washable
gloves, white sandals or sport
pumps, purses etc, make a pleasing
ensemble. Pastel shades in wash-
able cottons are also refreshing as
well as easy to take care of.
S ,*
At least the old custom on the
University campus of wearing hats
in classes is being done away with.
The natural fluffiness or waviness of
a girl's hair is absolutely spoiled
when she wears a hat constantly.
Although many still don their light
straws and knitted hats, they usu-
ally remove them in the classrooms.
Can it be the warm weather or
merely the breaking down of an old
tradition?
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
-A campus clean-up day is ob-
served here annually.
RAGGEDY ANN
BEAUTY SHOP
Shampoo . . . . . 50c
(soft water)
Finger Wave 75c
Dial 7561 1115 South University

BOARD-First class, by the week,
$5.50 for 3 meals per day; $4.75
for two meals. Slightly higher
rates by the single meal. One
half block from the Campus at
213 South Thayer. Phone 5156.
WANTED - Student laundry. All
work guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Socks darned and buttons
replaced free. W, ll call for and
deliver. Call 23365.
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
FOR RENT-Cool, attractive room
for men. Shower bath. Dial 8544.
422 East Washington.
8, 9, 10, 11, 12
LOST-Le Boeuf, blue fountain
pen with MARY SURINE cut on
it in yellow. Between University
High School along the Diagonal
to Natural Science Auditorium
or on the Diagonal to State
Street and down to Huron. Re-
ward. Reply Box 128 care Mich-
igan. 8, 9

Summer
Student

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on Sale Today

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Late
1930 model Ford standard coupe,
everything in perfect condition.
Price reasonable. 531 Forest.
Phone 6235. 8, 9
RELIABLE CHAUFFEUR with
Willys Knight car available for
picnic; excursions. References.
Rates reasonable. Phone 4398.
8, 9, 10

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Sportswoman

STR. TS I0

Every woman who cares for swim-
ming is invited to come to the first
W.A.A. outing of the summer which
will be held on Friday night at one
of the nearby lakes. Tickets can
be purchased from Mrs. Damm in
the office at Barbour gymnasium
any time before one o'clock today
for fifty cents. This will cover the
cost of transportation and food.
All those attending will meet at
five o'clock in Barbour gymnasium
and will bring their own swimming
suits.
* * *
Papers have been posted in both
Barbour gymnasium and Palmer

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field house for women wishing to
sign up for tournament play in any
of the popular sports. There will
be tournaments for both beginning
and experienced players starting
soon and information concerning
them can be obtained from the so-
cial chairman of every house on
campus or from the desk in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY - A
summer camp wil be opened for the
benefit of students and faculty
members at Forest Park, Pennsyl-
vania. The four day session of the
camp will be dvotd to discussion of
banking, crdit, and social planning.

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