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JULY 6, 1939

THE "MICHIGAN DAILY

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If you haven't joined the hatless sharkskin for frigid appearances
brigade with utter abandon, one of hot days.
.the smartest hats for golf and all- * * *
around wear is a tailored white linen For swimming devotees, one
with a narrow black grosgrain band the best known rubber goods man
and bow and peaked crown. Running facturers has designed a huge, splas
honors go to white hopsacking, which printed beach bag
is a modified form of burlap dear to lined in thin rubber.
Fashion's heart. The hopsacking style and guaranteed not
ias squarer crown for to go gooey or sticky:.
you tall gals who need Then there's a separ-
E the flattening effect. If ate rubber compart-
you lack a tailored hat ment inside to hold
for going to Town, your very, wet suit. .--
here's the model. Not too ekpensive and
* * * smart enough to be =~-=
Golf dresses are most seen on the street as -
attractive this season accessory to a plain sports dress.
in ice cream colored * * *
Pas t e chambrays. One of the newest prints consi
Sleeves are brief . h'ut of a background of candy-pi
tricky to conceal armhole ease for pique sprinkled with infinitesim
long drives. English violet is a new navy blue umbrellas. Good for love
flatterer for blondes and bi'unettes of pink and blue, but not meant
alike, and for anyone fortunate be worn in the rain.
enough to be a coppertop, it's per- * * *
fection. Newest shorts for tennis are ey

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Opening Night
Of 'Good Hope'
Attracts Many
Informal Attire Keynotes
First Nighters; Faculty
Members In Attendance
Many prominent faculty members
were seen at the opening of "The
Good Hope" last night in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Informality
keynoted the evening as many came
in short afternoon dresses.
Prof. and Mrs. Dwight Dumond
were among the early arrivals. Mrs.
Dumond chose a short afternoon
dress of pink crepe. A white knitted
suit was worn by Mrs. A. E. R. Boak,
who attended with her husband,
Professor Boak.
Seen entering the lobby were Prof.
and Mrs. James K. Pollock. Mrs.
Pollock was wearing a blue and white
flowered chiffon afternoon dress. Dr.
and Mrs. Norman Maier were also
present for the opening. Mrs. Maier
chose for this occasion a street length
dress of gold crepe with a straw pic-
ture hat to match. Prof. and Mrs.
Preston James were enthusiastic
spectators of the play. Mrs. James
was wearing a sleeveless floor-length
gown of navy print.
Coming with several friends was
Mrs. T. Luther Purdom. Dean and
Mrs. Edward Kraus were also pres-
ent at the play.
Others in attendance at the play
were Prof. and Mrs. Gail Densmore,
Prof. and Mrs. Heniy Adams, Prof.
and Mrs. Theophil Hildebrandt, Dr.
and Mrs. Louis A. Hopkins, Dean and
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Prof. and
Mrs. Albert Peck, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Briggs.
Other faculty members attending
were Prof. and Mrs. Ralph Aigler,
Prof. and Mrs. Henry Moser, Prof.
and Mrs. Burke Shartel and daugh-
ter and Prof.-Emeritus and Mrs. Fred
P. Jordan.
Other prominent patrons of the
Summer Repertory Theatre at last
night's performance were Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Gravit, Prof. and Mrs.
Benjamin Wheeler and James O'Neil.

Mrs. Roosevelt Honors Singer

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Summer Sesion until 3:30 p.m.; 11:00 a.m. Saturday

(Continued from Page 2)
of Archaeology, Toronto, Canada, to
study important Chinese archaeol-
logical collections. Party will leave
Ann Arbor Friday, July 14; optional
return Sunday, July 16, or Monday,
July 17. Expenses, plu meals and
lodging (tourist rate). Those inter-
ested apply to Mr. Plumer, 4018
Museums Building.
10-1 a.m., Thurs., Fri., Sat. or
phone Mr. Plumer's residence 3 to 5
p.m. these days.
All registration must be n by Sat-
urday, July 8
Language Teas at the Internati nal
Center: There will be a Chinese tea
Friday, from 4 to 6 o'clock. Classes
in Chinese languages are invited to
come for practice in conversation.
II

Mrs. Franklin -D. Roosevelt is shown here presenting the Spingarn
medal to Marian Anderson, Negro contralto, at a conference of the
National Association for Advancement of Colored People at Richmond,
Va. "Your achievement far transcends any race or creed," she said. The
medal is given an American Negro with the highest achievement in
any "honorable" field of endeavor.

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A three-cornered scarf tied peasant
fashion is nothing new, but if you're
blonde and the kerchief is black-
,that's news and wonderfully becom-
ing. Try it for your next evening
date to, keep stray locks under cover..
White still leads color arrays as
favorite and is shown in crepe, linen
and pique. White pique with Irish lace
is a new and fetching combination.
Emphasis is still placed on white and

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azzling checks in red or blue made
pinafore style with ruffles
ind all. Very quaint and
little womanish but not to
be attempted if Mou're
more than size 16.
If beige is one of your
arch flatterers, be sure to
have a dress in its new-
est hue-bamboo beige. It
is equally smart with
white, black or brown ac-

cessories and very good with your
newly acquired Fourth of July tan.

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Many Students
Take Time Out
For Tea Dance.
Over 250 attended the second in
a series of weekly tea dances spon-
sored by the League Council which
took place from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. yesterday in the League ball-
room. Four member's of Earl Stev-
ens' regular band played at the
dance, which was free of charge, and
punch was served in the ante-room
of the ballroom,
Informality of attire was evident,.
as a concession to the warm weath-
er. Mary .Jordan, seen dancing with
Roy Rector, chose a cool blue and
white print, cut on simple lines. Betty
Nixon also wore a cotton print, this
one in pink and white, and Harriet
Thom, who was hostessing, was seen
in a blue and white candy striped
dress which she wore with navy and
white spectator pumps.
Kathryn Cramer, in brown dotted
swiss, danced with Roger Peterson,
and Betty Clark wore a navy blue
dress of the same material.
Sally Mustard was seen in a two-
piece dress of a colorful print, made
with a hood and a very full skirt, as
she danced with Ed Burrows.
Beginners' Dancing
Class HeldTonight
Elementary steps are being taught
in ,the beginning dancing classes
which will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the League ballroom instead
of 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, the usual time.
Waltz, fox-trot, tango and rhumba
are among the steps being taught in
a series of intermediate dancing
classes, the second of which was held
last night.
The price of the series, which will
continue throughout the Summer
Session, is $1.50.
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To Hold Joint Mixer l
The Women's and Men's Educae-
tion Clubs will hold a joint mixer at
7:30' p.m. Monday at the Women's'
Athletic Building. All facilities of the
building will be available, and re-
freshments will be served, according
to Elizabeth Barrowman, chairman of
the affair.

Summer Parley
Will Begin Today
(Continuea from Page 1)
Prof. Charles Jamison of the School
of Business Administration.
Prof. Richard Fuller of the de-
partment of sociology will act as fac-
ulty speaker of the panel on govern-
ment and politics, "How Much Gov-
ernment Do We Need?" Tom Downs,
Grad., will act as chairman with
Samuel Weisberg, Grad., as student
speaker.
Members of the faculty panel are
Prof. John Brumm of the journalism
department, Prof. Edgar N. Durfee
of the Law School, Prof. Albert Hyma
of the history department, Prof.
James K. Pollock of the political sci-
ence department and Dr. Isaac Ra-
binowitz, director of Hillel Founda-
tion.
The separate panel groups will
meet again tomorrow at 4:15 p.m.
and also at 7 p.m., both in the Union.
Carillon Concert
Carillon Concert, 7:30 p.m. today.
Sydney F. Giles, carillonneur.
Prelude ,Cuckoo, . Vanden Gheyn
Songs-
Love's Old Sweet Song ....Molly
Still as the Night .........Bohm
Compositions for the Carillon-
Menupetto ......Van den Gheyn
Sonata ............ Jef van Hoof
Classical Selections-
Confidence ...... .Mendelssohn
Gavotte.............J. C. Bach
The Tambourin ........Rameau
Rondo .............I. J. Pleyel

Brennans Announce
Birth -OfDaughter
Mr. and Mrs. John.-Carter Bren-
nan of 2021 Pontiac Road announce
the birth of a daughter, Penelope, on
July 3.
Mrs. Brennan, the former Doro-
thea Staebler, was women's editor of
The Daily last year, and a member
of the League Council. She is af-
filiated with Alpha Chi Omega. A
former member of Wyvern, junior
women's honor society, she was
chairman of the patron's commit-
tee for 1936 Frosh Frolic and pub-
licity chairman of 1936 Sophomore
Cabaret.
Mr. Brennan is a member of Phi
Gamma Delta; Michigqmua, senior
men's honor society; Druids, senior
men's honor society of the literary
college, and Sphinx, junior men's
honor society of the literary college.
Mr. Brennan also won three varsity
letters as guard on the Michigan
football team.
WE HAVE V
SAir Conditioning
ALL BEAUTY SERVICES V
_ AT POPULAR PRICES
S Shampooand Fingerwave
Mon., Tues., Wed. ... 50e
Thurs., Fri., Sat. . . . 65c
Open Evenings
_ CAMPUS
Beauty Sh op
( Phone 2-1379 711 N. Univ.
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JULY CLEARANCE
CLASSICS
,1/3 Less,
OUTSTANDING REDUCTIONS in our entire stock of
B. H. Wragge classics right at the beginning of the
season when you can wear them most. Well-made
clothes, beautifully tailored and finished by the famous
men's shirtmaker in styles tl at are good for travel and
almost every summer occasion. Included are many
dresses that can be worn right on into Fall.
8 BLOUSES; formerly 3.50 each... Printed Enka and spun
rayons. Background colors in white, beige, orchid, blue,
pink and red.
1 SKIRT; formerly 10.50 .. . Red spund rayon and linen.
4 EVENING SKIR TS; formerly 12.95 each . . Printed
spun rayons, white sharkskins.
5 TWO-'PIECE SUITS; formerly 21.00... Short-sleeved
styles in wrinkle-resistant spun rayon and linen.
13 DRESSES; formerly 14.95 each . . . One-piece printed
silks; two-piece styles in white sharkskin or with printed
silk blouses and plain crepe skirts.
1 DRESS; formerly 17.95 . . . Chartreuse polka dot silk.
9 DRESSES.; formerly 1995 . . Printed silks and spun
rayons in soft, tailored styles.
17DRESSES; formerly 22.95 . .. Plain color crepes with
cardigan or convertible necklines. Pastels and darker
colors.
10 PLAYSUITS; formerly 17.95 and 19.95 each . .. Shorts,
blouses and button-front skirts in white sharkskin and
printed Enka or spun rayons.
ALL SALES FINAL

All Campus Women's Tournament
Women's Physical Education Department
Check in the squares below those activities you wish to enter.
[ Archery Tournament
L Badminton Novice Tournament
[1 Badminton Advanced Tournament
L Golf Pitch and Putt Competition, Friday, July 7-3:00-4:00 p.m.
J Golf Women's Summer School Golf Team-try-outs
f Golf Women's Open Singles
C Tennis Women's Singles
F1 Tennis Mixed Doubles (Partner's name ....................... )
Mail or bring entries to Barbour Gymnasium not later than Saturday,
July 8th. Tournaments will be posted in the Women's Athletic Building
(Badminton in Barbour Gymnasium) by Tuesday, July 11th.
Name........... ......................................
Telephone Number ...............

NO FUSS... NO BOTHER... NO WAITING!
We Carry Belie-Sharmeer-'s
Individual Leg Sizes

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FOUNTAIN,
SPECIALS
Fresh Orangeade
1Oc
Heavy Malted Milk
12c
Cantaloupe Sundae
15c
Limeade
or Lime Rickey
Chocolate Sodas 12c
DONUTS and COFFEE
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complete costume
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oman with an eye to
conomy. Wear the
eatly tailored white
iarkskin coat with all
our summer clothes.
ip it off .. there's
arling polka-dot dress
eneath.
from
:abeth 'Dillon
SHOP
309 SOUTH STATE
(Round the
corner off
the campus).

Imagine getting stockings that fit like custom-made-but at
ready-made prices and at a moment's notice! It takes only
a minute to get your own individual leg size in our beauti-
ful Belle-Sharmeer Stockings, accurately proportioned in
both width and length for you. No red-tape about order-
ing in advance-no waiting for delivery! And they're so
easy to buy-simply ask for your Belle-Sharmeer leg size
by name---Brev for smalls, A1odite for mediums, Duchess
for tails, Classic for plumps. Here exclusively, of course-

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ENTIRE STOCK of
SHOES REDUCED

Formerly 5.00

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SPRING and summer shoes
alike - all are substantially
reduced for immediate clear-
ance that we mayreopen in
the Fall with fresh new stocks
of the latest in smart foot-
wear. Styles for street, dress,
spectator and active sports-
wear.

College Shoe Shop
Saturday for the Summer

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CALFSKINS

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* NAVY ...
# JAPONICA...
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* WHITE..

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TOAST and COFFEE
20c

I1 $1.00 and X1.15

COLLEGE SHOE SHOP

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