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July 19, 1933 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGA-N DAILY WEDNESDA

Fisher To Give
Tea For Foreion
Students Friday
Cosmopolitan Club Hopes
To Bring Together For-
eigners And Americans
All students on the campus were
extended an invitation to attend a
tea in their honor to be given at 4
p., m. Friday at the home of Dr.
Frederick B. Fisher, '1430 Cambridge
Road, according to an announcement
made by B. S. Sawra, president of
the Cosmopolitan Club. The Cos-
mopolitan Club hopes particularly
that all new foreign studeints on the
campus will attend.
The Cosmopolitan Club has for its
purpose the bringing together of all
foreign and American students res-
ident on the Michigan campus in or-
der that the natives of the various
nations may benefit by the exchange
of ideas made possible by close con-
tact with others.
To that end the/. club regularly
fosters, duringdthe winter session as
well as the Summer Session, social
functions and discussion meetings
which tend to promote closer con-
tact among the foreign students.
Women as well as men are invited
to participate in all the activities
of the organization.

News Of The World Illustrated In Pictures
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One Day Only
Thursday,
July 20
This Is the Event
that brings crowds
to Jacobson's

One Day Only
Thursday,
July 20
Selling Starts
Promptly at 8:30
O'clock

Spectacular Buying Opportunities Planned for
ANN ARBOR'S GREATEST

The Winnie Mae, ship in which Wiley Post and Harold Gatty set the world globe-girdling record in
1931, is shown getting last-minute touches before Post, stocky Oklahoman, hopped from Floyd Bennet
field seeking a new solo record. A robot, he said, would "do all the work."

BARGAIN

DAY

U. . Davis Cup
Team Will Face
English Netters
AUTEUIL, France, July 18.-( )-
The United States will pin its Davis
cup tennis hopes. in the interzone
finals this week on the same four
players who conquered Canada and
Argentina.
Bernon S. Prentice, in charge of
the American squad, selected Ells-
worth Vines, Wilmer Allison, George
Lott and John Van Ryn recently
to race England, surprise conqueror
of Australia last week, in the inter-
zone series starting in Roland Garos
stadium Friday. Keith Gledhill of
Santa Barbara, Vines' doubles part-
ner, was picked as alternate.
Although the draw will not be
made until later in the week, it was
expected Vines and Allison would be
given the two singles berths with
Lott and Van Ryn handling the
doubles.
England probably will use Fred
Perry and H. W. (Bunny) Austin in
singles and Perry and George Pat-
rick Hughes in doubles.
After Friday's opening singles
matches, the doubles will be played
Saturday and the final two singles
matches Surlay. The winner will
qualify to meet France in the chal-
lenge round here July 28-29-30.

,Ann Arbor's Greatest Community Buying Event Is Here - Crowds will attend! Jacobson's are ready!
Every department is prepared to offer genuine "BARGAINS" that can only be possible in an event of
this magnitude! Extra Salespeople to serve you quickly and satisfactorily! Don't miss this Great Sale!
Read every item carefully to avoid confusion. Merchandise will be conveniently arranged for quick selling.
IN THE MAIN STORE

GROUP -SPORT AND DRESSY FROCKS

You may select a sport or Dressy Frock in plain
colors and Prints and Tub Silks. Knitted Suits
included. Values to $16.75. . ..... .....

$5

league Dancing
Will Continue

Classes
Thursday'

Dancing classes conducted by the
,eague as part of the Summer Ses-
ion activities program will enter in-
> their second phase Thursday night,
Miss Ethel McCormick, social direc-
>r, said yesterday.
Members of the classes who have
een doing elementary work during
he first group will next have inter-
nediate lessons, those who have been'
i the intermediate classification will
hiange to the advanced, and the
.ementary class will be discontinued.
More than 125 students have been
arolled in the classes so far, Miss
[cCormick said, and it is still pos-
ble for those who do not desire
ementary lessons to join. The stu-
ents meet from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
very Thursday in the League ball-
Dom, and, often stay for another
our after this during which time
ley practice the steps that they
ave learned, she said.

Col. H. M. Waite of Dayton,
Ohio, as assistant public works
administrator is drawing up the
plan for a regional system for al-
locating construction out of, the
$3,300,000,000 public works fund.
Second Event
Of Swim Club
Is To Be Held
The second event on the program
of the Recreational Swim Club will
be held from 6 to 7:30 p. m. today
in the Intramural pool, Miss Marie
Hartwig of the women's physical
education department said yester-
day.
.These swims, organized as one of
l the recreational activities for wo-
men offered during the Summer Ses-
sion, are made possible through the
combined efforts of the men's and
women's physical education depart-
ments, Miss Hartwig said.
During the last swim held under
the auspices of the club an impromp-
tu water polo game developed, Miss
Hartwig said, and accordingly plans
are being made to include water
games in the programs in- the fu-
ture.
Any students wishing to join the
club were asked to sign up with Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director of
women, at thegLeague.cThere is a
small fee charged to cover locker
expenses, Miss Hartwig added.
The second picnic swim for women
will be held Friday, Miss Hartwig
said. The group will leave from Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 5:45 p. m. and
officials expect they will return not
later than 8 p. m.
All women students wishing to
take part in this were requested by
Miss Hartwig to call in their reser-
vations at Room 15, Barbour Gym-
nasium, by Friday noon. There is a
small charge to cover the costs of
food and transportation, she said.
GRAIN EXPORTS DOWN
WASHINGTON, July 18.-(iP)-
Grain exports last week from the
United States amounted to 258,000
bushels against 972,000 the previous
week and $28,000 the corresponding
week last year.

COATS AN D SUITS
Sport and travel coats, some fur
trimmed. Desirable styles and colors.$4 85
$19.75 values..... . .. .. ,
SPORT COATS
Dressy and travel coats in mix-"1 ,
tures, navy, tan, and black
Values to $39.75.......
SPORT AND TRAVEL SUITS
CHOICE OF REMAINING SUITS
IN STOCK - VALUES TO $29.75... .4.8*
WHITE and PASTEL WOOL COATE
and SUITS - Values to $16.75... 7 7

ACCESSORI ES

GROUP l-SMART MODES IN BETTER DRESSES
Among these smart styles, you'll find many numbers
very wearable for fall. Sheers, Prints, Chiffons,
Knits. Values to $19.75............. . . .
GROUP Ill-CHOSEN FROM OUR SMARTEST FROCKS
These selections from our smartest modes are in
all desirable shades.. with and without jackets.
Sheers, Crepes, Prints, Chiffons. Values to $29.75.....

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BLOUSES- Blouses, organdies, voiles, 55c
ginghams. Values to $1.95-..-...- .
SKIRTS-85 new spring and'summer skirts,1
silk and light weight wools. Val. to $3.95....'
GLOVES-Mesh and fabric gloves.
$1.00 values..........................50c
CORSETS-Two groups-closing out-
Values to $5 at 95c---alues to $10.... 95
COLLAR & CUFF SETS- Organdy
and silk ties and scarfs................39c
JEWELRY- Miscellaneous collection
of Jewelry.... ..... ................ .. 15c
HOSIERY-Last chance to get our fam-
ous Wayne Knit Hosiery, 69c values...-. $

August Luer, wealthy 77-year-old banker and meat packer of
Alton, Ill., is shown reunited with his wife after his release by abduc-
tors who held him more than five days. Members of'his"family'said
no ransom was paid.

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Bargains Galore!
FINAL REDUCTIONS ON SUMMER
FOTWA

In The, Fashion Annex
Choose from 400 Dresses: Cottons,
Piques, Voiles, Crepes, Linens, Tub
Silks, Crepe. Frocks for all occa-
sions.
$5.95 VALUES...........$2.00
10.95 VALUES......... ...$3.00
$12.75 VALUES .. .....$4.00
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'he suburb of Lakewood, 0.,
ked first among cities of its
the United States five times
fire prevention record.

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.TOMORROW-- DOUBlE FEATURE PROGRAM
"MYSTERY "BLON DIE
of the JOHNSON"
WAX MUSEUM' Joan Blondeil
Lionel Atwell Chester Morris

FINAL CLEARANCE

Values up

Aats. 15c- Nights 25c
DOUBLE FEATURE
-Today and Thursday-

Double
Feature
Program

MAJESTICMatees

"H ELL'S "FAST
HIGHWAY" WORKERS"
Richard Dix John Gilbert
"MAEDCHEN IN UNIFORM"
Tickets Now on Sale - 1000 Reserved Seats at 40c
July 26 - 27 - 28

$

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BARBARA WEEKS
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BARGAINS

PIGSKIN

BUCKSKIN
KIDSKIN

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Special group of smart white
hats in crepes, piques, and
straw. Every hat in this
group formerly sold for two
and three times this sale
price.
Brims and Turbans
Special Value Group
Limited Number
STRAW HATS

Our Bargain Table of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

is now ready and more attractive than ever before-

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