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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

wn, Greens In Parade Too
As Black Leads Fall Fashions

Swimming Coaches, Please Copy

Not rushing the season or anything,
but here are a few early autumn tips.
Black, of course, will again domin-
ate the color scene. It's good foil for
left-over tanned complexions as well
as for you smarties who stayed lily-
white. But another old favorite,
brown, is vying for favor this fall and
is even converting some of the dyed-
in-the-wool black champions. The
new brown is the color of tree-bark
and looks refreshing even on a warm-
ish early fall day. Greens are also
high in favor this season. A new
deep shade called Molyneux green,
all varieties of olive, and grayed moss
shades are the new pets.
Wine reds will be more popular
than in the seasons just past. They're
called vintage, but smack more of
leaves that are beginning to turn a
deep; soft red. Blues are often grayed,;

year. The 1939 term is "Artic" blue.
Jewels will be significant on simple,
yet intricately draped black frocks.
Designers are now often placing neck-
laces or clips on their dresses to be
sold as an integral part, probably in
self-defense to prevent ruination of
their brain-children. Icy rhinestone
necklaces and bracelets are often used
as sparkling accents on dead, jet
black.
Speech Symposium Listed
The field of Speech science will be
covered Wednesday in a Symposium
on Graduate Studies. All undergrad-
uate and graduate students contem-
plating or studying for advanced de-
grees in this Speech Science line
should be in Room 1025 Angell Hall

"slate" blue of last at 4 p.m.,

Wednesday afternoon.

RAD IOSP OT L I GHT
WJR WWJ WXYZ CKLW
750 AC - CBS 920 AC - NBC Red 1240 KC - NBC Blue 1030 KC - Mutual
Sunday Afternoon
12:00 Church Music Children's Theatre Ford Birthday
12:15 " Garden Hour "1
12:30 Mother's Album Detroit-Phila. " Salvatore Stefano
12:45 Musical " will Osborn . World's Fair
1:00 Democracy varieties Concert Orchestra
1:15 11 i. 1 1
1:30 Cabin Fplks " Treasure Trails Church Service
1:45 1' o1
2:00' Grshwin Concert ].Melody Sunday Afternoon
2:15 " " Booman's Notebook
2:30 " Tiger Talk Allen Roth Chapel Hour
2:45 " Detroit - Phila. ft
3:00 Musical Fun ; Nat'l Vespers Tabernacle
3:15 "t"fs1
3:30 St. Louis Blues " Leopold Spitainy Haven of Rest
4:00 Father, Coughlin News Nobocty's Children
4-:15 " " Jimmy Dorsey"
4:30 "y r" van Alexander
4:45 " Feature Ray Perkins
5:00 Gay Nineties Catholic Hour Grenadiers Concert orchestra
5:30 Hollywood Vera Richardson Paul Laval Dance
5:45 " Harry Heilmann "o
Sunday Evening

Party Line
By the Neighbor
Censored notes on who was seen where with what and why (plug for
The Daily) . . . Bernie Freedman, well known to the Flautz Cafe clientele
(adv.) and winner of a Harvard scholarship, nearly floored us the other
night when he discussed, and very intelligently too, the Ballet Russe. After
all, boys, chemistry and photography are very well in their place, but we
don't think they make for very sprightly conversation on a date.
Dick Waterman, 'Ensian business manager next year, really has an eye
to the future.,He's been working on the '40 yearbook all summer, and
will have just cause to sit back and laugh next fall while everyone else in
the publications building is swamped with work piling in from all directions.
Efficiency we call it.
We like the way pretty Judy Gold wears her hair. It always looks cool
and neat and doesn't droop the way our's does in this blistering weather.
Just in passing, how long is Roy Heath going to hang around town?
(P.S. Roy, did she turn out to be cute?)
Pat Conger, local boy who made good, or better known as Beach's kid
brother, (are you listening, Pat?) did some pretty fancy high divesat Loch
Alpine this week. We don't recommend his cooking though, or maybe he
prefers his eggs burned to a deep shade of tan.
In T he Favorite People Line-Up ...
On the list of favorite people; we give Howie Mehaffey an A-1 position.
He's the lad who made the Yale line look like a prep school team last fall,
and the Jeep wouldn't hurt his worst enemy . . . if he has one, and we
seriously doubt it.
"Triple threat man" Harmon came up last weekend to give the town
the once over, and took a football back with him, which bodes ill for the
Minnesota team next fall.
We wonder how many people checked up on the Santa Claus caption
and discovered that there were really 152 days till Christmas. Somebody's
goose was cooked on that one.
Mr. and Mrs. John Winder (she's the former Becky Bursley) have
moved to Schenectady, N.Y., where Johnny is working for G.E.
P.S. Where does Ed Frutig disappear to every night after he's written
his sport's column? There is no reward offered for the answer, we're just
curious.
Seen at Eastwood recently was Mary Anderson, looking like a Southern
Belle in a full-skirted dotted swiss dress, shagging with George Paul. In
the same party was Margaret Knott, looking very trim and attractive in a
tyrolean model, dancing with Jess Mosher.
That familiar figure on the Campus with the southern drawl and the
crooked smile is Tom Adams, up and coming Intrafraternity Council presi-
dent. He is also one pof the best dish washers that the Theta Xi house has
ever had, and in addition to his other talents, Tom shines at leading the
hymn singing of the other dish washers and waiters every night after they're
through work.
Beer picnics are proving very popular this summer. We- saw Jeannie
Donaldson and Bob Smith starting out on one the other day.
Westwood was over-run with Michigan students this weekend. We saw
Bill Dobson and Barb Rogers out there with Ruth Mitchell and a Mr. Hall
who was publicity shy and wouldn't reveal his first name.
Seen picnicing yesterday were Bill Wetherbee and Dorothy Rupert, Bill
Craft and Marie McElroy, and Everett Prasser and Jeanne Gomon. The
-rowd really made a day of it by ending up at the Union afterwards. Either
we're all wrong, or going out Saturday was a gala occasion for these lawyers.
And Some Enjoyed 'Androcles' ...
Contrary to the opinion of SOME people a large crowd attended the
Thursday performance of "Androcles and the Lion" and seemed to be en-
joying it. We saw Kay Purdom and George Quick discussing its merits with
Phil Buchen and Ann Kremers.
Seen on the Campus: Lyndon Hornbrook of Springfield, Ill., and Cliff
Gettings, formerly of Grand Rapids, now going to Battle Creek.
Paul Brickley, last year's president of the Union, is spending most of
his time with the books. His successor, Don Treadwell, is running away
with the swimming tournaments-a lesser-publicized ability of this junior
Phi Beta Kappa. Others prominent in the winter session who are here
include Harold Nichols, last year's wrestling captain, Harold Spoden, last
year's head of Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor scholastic society, and
Anderson Ashburn, coming editor of The Technic.
At Westwood last Wednesday were seen Bob May, prominent engineer
of last year and secretary of Congress, independent men's organization on
campus, and Betty Bonisteel, who had just finished leading all women
golfers in the city in the annual city tournament. They were there with
Bob Hartwell, last year's president of Congress and popular man on campus,
and Betty Johnson.

Of course, Film Actress Jane Wyman doesn't recommend her Holly-
wood get-up for' actual swimming but it can be worn for sun-bathing
alongside a quiet pool in movieland. Note the bubbly beads, the large
glass buttons on the cork-platformed shoes and the transparent helmet.

DAILY OFFIIAL
BULLETIN
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Album of Music
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Radio Guild
NBC Symphony
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Edwin C. Hill
Irene Rich
Chas. Barnett

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Baseball Scores
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When YOU Grow Up!"
Love's In Bloom forAndy Hardy
... and we mean Positively!

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Wesley Foundation. Dr. E. W.
Blakeman will lead theclass in "New
Testament Religion" at 9:30 a.m. at
Stalker Hall. The subject for dis-
cussion will be "The Cross--First
Tragedy then Doctrine." Wesleyan
Guild Meeting at 6 p.m. Dr. C. W.
Brashares will speak on "Toward
Racial Understanding." Refresh-
ments and fellowship hour after the
meeting.
First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron
Street. 9:30 a.m. Church School.
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship.
Rev. C. Y. Boyd, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Tiffin, Ohio, will
be the speaker. He will speak on the
theme: "Does God Care."
Unitarian Church. Sunday at 11
a.m. Rev. Lester Mondale of Evans-
ton, Ill., will speak, on "Men, Wom-
en and Hate," an aniswer to Karl
Menninger's essay on unhappy mar-
riages.
Christian Reformed and Reformed
Church services will be held Sun-
day, July 30, at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. in the Michigan League Chapel.
Mr. John H. Bratt will speak at both
services.
Ann Arbor Friends (Quakers): The
Ann Arbor Meeting of the Religious
Society of Friends will hold an un-
programmed meeting for worship,
Sunday, July 30, 1939 at 5 p.m. in the
Michigan League. Following the
meeting there will be a cafeteria sup-
per in the Russian Tea Room. Friends
and others interested are cordially
invited to be present.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
409 S. Division St., Sunday service at
10:30, subject: "Love."
Golden Text: Jude 1:21. Sunday
School at 11:45,
Japanese Language Tea at the In-
ternational Center on Monday, July
31, at 4 p.m.
Lecture, "Repercussions of the
Renaissance in England Under Ed-
ward VI," by Conyers Read, Profes-
sor of English History, University of
Pennsylvania, at 4 p.m. on Monday,
July 31, in the Amphitheatre of the
Rackham Building.
Lecture, "Youth, Schools, and Life"
by Thomas H. Quigley, Head of the
Industrial Education Department,
Georgia School of Technology, at
4:05 p.m. on Monday, July 31, in
the University High School Audi-
torium.
Lecture, "Leading Personalities in
Latin-America." Professor Charles
E. Nowell of Fresno State College
will speak at 5 p.m. on Monday, July
31, in the Lecture Hall of the Rack-
ham Building.
Orchestra rehearsal for Iolanthe at

7 p.m. Monday, July 31, fifth floor of
the Tower.
High School Athletic Accident or
Benefit Plan Conference. Athletic Ac-
cident Benefit or Protection Plans in
effect in several states will be dis-
cussed by C. E. Forsythe, State Di-
rector of High School Athletics,
Michigan High School Athletic As-
sociation, in Room 318 of the Michi-
gan Union, Monday, July 31, 7:30
p.m. Michigan school administrators,
physical education instructors, and
athletic directors and coaches espe-
cially are urged to be present in order
that problems involved in the pos-
sible establishment of an Athletic
Accident Benefit Plan in Michigan:
may be considered.
Square and Country Dancing at
7:45 p.m. on Monday, July 31, in the
Michigan Union Ballroom.
Piano Recital. Harry Gil-Smythe,
pianist, of Baltimore, Maryland, will
give a recital in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the Master of
Music degree, Monday evening, July
31, at 8:15 o'clock, in the School of
Music Auditorium on Maynard St.
The general public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
The Graduate Commercial Club:
Dean Edmonson will speak on Occu-
pational Patterns at 4:15 in the East
Conference Room of the Rackham
Building on Tuesday, Aug. 1. There
will be tea and dancing in the As-
sembly Room following the lecture.
Lecture, "Whom Do -You Know?"
by Dr. T. Luther Purdom, Directorof
the Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information. Dr. Pur-
dom will speak at 7:00 Tuesday, Aug.
1, in the Lecture Hall of the Rackham
Building.
This is the last in the series of
three lectures concerned with tech-
niques used in getting and holding
positions.
German Hause: Dr. Frederick Dean
McClusky, Director of Scarborough
School, visiting professor of Psychol-
ogy in the Summer Session, will give
a talk on "Visual and Auditory Aids
in Language Instruction" Tuesday
evening, Aug. 1, at 7:30 p.m. at the
Deutches Haus, 1315 Hill Street. All
students of German, teachers, and
others interested are invited to at-
tend. Otto G. Graf.
Chinese Students Attenion, Dr. Wil-
liam W. Lockwood, research staff of
the American Institute of Pacific Re-
lations, has been invited by the Chi-
nese Student Club to a discussion
meeting to be held in the Interna-
tional Center, Tuesday evening at
7:30 p.m. He is an expert on Far
Eastern situation. The discussion
will be very informative.
Fellowship of Reconciliation meet-
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every day. We specialize in°
giving you. only the finest,
freshest quality always. Have
Sunday dinner at the Allenel
today.
SEA FOOD DINNERS
Lobster $1.00
Soft Shelled Crabs . 75c
Frog Legs . . . 75c

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