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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

nchless' Tear
rce Attracts

Policeman Killed By WPA Strikers

Many Students
To the rhythmical melodies of Earl
Steven's orchestra more than 200
students danced at the tealess tea
dance yesterday afternoon in the
League ballroom.
Most popular girl on the floor was
Mary Jordan of "Michael and Mary"
fame. Miss Jordan wore a white silk
sport blouse with rhinestone clip at
the throat, blue skirtsand blue and
white spectator pumps.
Dancing with Frances Griffin was
Al Conrath, erstwhile summer direc-
tory editor. A colorful dirndl jump-
er with white organdy blouse was
worn by Miss Griffen. Pat O'Neill,
came in a blue and white striped cot-
ton sport dress.
Betty Kepler, social chairman of
the League Council, divided her time
between "hostessing" and dancing, at-
tired in blue and white polka dot
sports outfit with navy trimmings
and navy shoes. Another member
of the Council, Lillian Zimmerman,
chose a brown and white checked
cotton.
Sally Mustard, in white silk blouse,
pink swing skirt and blue and white
specators, when not being cut in on,
spent most of the time with her blond
Apollo. Toby Davis wore a navy
sport dress with white dots.
Club Celebrates
FrenC Holiday
Organizations Combine
To Fete Bastille Day'
Dancing, an informal talk by Prof.
Eugene Rovillain, and a special
French menu will highlight the cele-
bration ' of Bastille Day, the 'French
national holiday, when it is observed
today by the Cercle Francais and the
French House.
An entirely French dinner con-
sisting of' jigot d'agneau, haricots
verts, soupe de l'oignon, radis au
beurre, pain a la francais, salade a la
laitue, fromage Roquefort, biscuits
and corbeilles de fruits will be served
at the House at 6:15 p.m.
The Cercle meeting will begin at
8 p.m. with Professor Rovillain
speaking on "Contact avec l'Acade-
mie Francais." Following his talk,
there will be refreshments, informal
singing and dancing in the salon and
library.
The house will be especially dec-
orated for the occasion with French
flags and with the French national
colors, red white and blue. Attend-
ing will be members of the faculty
of the French department, residents
of the French House, students of
French and others who speak the

A policeman was fatally injured in violence that flared in Minneapolis
when flying picets descended on non-strikers on a WPA sewing pro-
ject. One of several persons injured, Frank Fischer,* 45 (between
policemen) was taken to a hospital for treatment after the conflict.
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Many Faculty
Members Seen
At First Night
Attend Opening Of Drama
In Formal Afterno on
Dress, Evening Gowns
In keeping with the formality of .a
first night, the wives of many facul-
ty members attended "Two Gentle-
men of Verona" in evening gowns,
and formal afternoon dress.
Prof. and Mrs. Frederick Jordan
were seen at the play, Mrs. Jordan
wearing a navy and white street
length print. Prof. and Mrs. John
Sundwall also were present, Mrs.
Sundwall choosing a floor length
chiffon print for the occasion. Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher wore a street length
print, and Mrs. Claribel Baird was
seen in a black crepe Grecian gownl
with white accessories.c
Mrs. Joseph Brinkman had on a
white crepe gown with a shirred bo-
dice, and Mrs. Ruth Goodlander,r
who attended with her sister, Mrs.c
Leslie Wikle, wore a white afternoon
dress.
Miss Margaret Echols of Oklahoma
who accompanied her mother, wore a
white crepe summer formal with a
pleated skirt and gold trimmed belt.
Mrs. Echols wore a floor-length pink
gown.
Others seen at the play were Dean
and Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley and Miss
Caroline Pattengill, Valentine B.
Windt, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic 0.
Crandall, Mrs. Holly Dobbins, Mrs.
Mable Rheade, Prof. and Mrs. G.
E. Densmore, Dr. and Mrs. Harley
Haines, Mrs. Hugh Wilson, Prof. and+
Mrs. Hugo Thieme, Prof. and Mrs.
Norman R. Maier, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Claude Drake and Mrs. T. Luther
Purdom and party,
Class In Weaving
To Be Given Here,
Instruction in weaving by Mrs. Os-
ma Couch Gallinger, director of the
Cromaine Crafts, Hartland, may be
obtained in connection with the Co-
operative Secondary Curriculum
Workshop for a short time by a lim-
ited number of persons not connected
with the Workshop, according to J.
Cecil Parker, Workshop director.
A fee of $1 will be charged for the
instruction, and students must pro-
vide their own materials. Those
wishing to enroll should get in touch
with Mrs. Gallinger at the Tappan
School.
Mrs. Gallinger is the author of
several books on weaving, one, "The
Game of Weaving," having received
wide recognition. ;

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PerCleron Honored In Contest

Local Mare Captures Beauty Prize

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Looking. lass

Faculty Wives
Honor Visitor
At Annual Te
In the cool atmosphere of
Assembly Hall of the Rackham Bu
ing yesterday afternoon, the Fac
Women's Club held its annual Si
mer Session Tea for the wives
visiting faculty members and t
guests.
Mrs. 0. S. Duffendack, assistec
Mrs. L. M. Eich, introduced the gu
to the receiving line. Mrs. Ju
Beal, Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, I
Louis A. Hopkins and Mrs. Wa
B. Pillsbury were in the recei
line.
The two long tea tables were
tractively decorated with a to
flower arrangement of peach col
gladiolus, yellow and white dai
deep blue delphiniums and ye
snap dragons. Those who serve(
the tea tables during the afterr
were Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mr
S. Yoakum, Mrs. Ralph W. Al
Mrs. Edson R. Sunderland, Mrs.
Sundwall, Mrs. J. B. Edmonson,
Wells I. Bennett and Mrs. Roy
Cowden.
Among guests seen at the tea
Mrs. Enrico Fermi, Mrs. Williar
Edgerton, Mrs. Orie I. Frederick,
George L. Trager, Mrs. Rosario F
ipe, Mrs. Harvey L. Turner,
Claude Eggertsen and Mrs. H
Beaumont.
Mrs. 0. S. Duffendack, vice-p
dentof the club, was in ge
charge of the tea. Working in
junction with her was Miss F
McCormick.

By ALICE

(Special to The Daily)1
CHICAGO, July 11.-An equine
beauty queen, Roselae, champion
draft horse owned by E. A. Hunter of'
Ann Arbor, is winner of second prize
in a nationwide "beauty contest"
naming the All-American best Per-
cheron mares, it was announced to-
day.
Percheron "beauty marks" accord-
ing to horse experts are a short back,
deep body, heavy bones and strong
muscles'
Fifty-five horses competed, most of
Hobbies For Women
Are Discused On Air
By University Studio
Collections of fraternity pins, mas-
ques, dialects and many others were
among the hobbies discussed over the
air from 3:15 to 3:45 p.m. yesterday
from the University Broadcasting
studios in Morris Hall over WJR De-
troit.
This was the first in a series of
programs on hobbies for women to be
broadcast weekly during the Sum-
mer Session. Announcer was John
P. Milhous. Interviewers were Prof.
Waldo M. Abbot, director of the
Broadcasting Service, and Ruth
Landwehr.
Miss Lucy Barton, head costumer
for the summer Repertory Theatre,
interviewed on costuming plays;
Meribah Leach on her collection of
horses; Doris Ferry, fraternity pins;
Florence Efty, dialects; Nancy
Schaefer, masques and June McKee,
charcoal.
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them recent show-ring champions,
Entries' pictures were submitted to
judges of leading livestock shows,
who picked the 10 All-American best
stallions and mares, and 10 having
the best Percheron heads. Roselae
won grand championship at Michi-
gan state fair last year.
Three other horses owned by Mr.
Hunter placed in the contest. A mare,.
Doritea, four times grand champion
atestate fairs, received second prize
in the head contest. Tvo stallions,
Obusier and Malestroit, ranked
among the All-American best stal-
lions. Obusier was reserve grand
champion at the Chicago Interna-
tional livestock show last year; Male-
stroit, reserve champion at Illinois
state fair and the national Percheron
show.

For Men Only
For Men Only! Wander about the
campus in what ye may, but observe
the 'laws' of social dis-
order, order, rather, for e
Summer Session League'
dances.
Outlawed for social}
occasions is that com-
fortable crew - necked
jersey with "Michigan"
stamped fondly on the
chest. This goes for pajama tops, too.
Comfort or no, the social gods frown
on these.
Closely akin, though acceptable to
the powers that be, is the traditional
polo shirt,
whether the
neck is but-
toned, laced,
or zipped.
But clean, of
course!
isaChuck the.
'jione you wore
: for baseball
To Be and refrain
from wearing that tight one you ac-
quired last summer when you were
pounds thinner.
Polo shirts, naturally, demand no
ties. Regular shirts may be worn with
or without coat,
but with ties.
And s l e ev es
must not be
rolled above the
elbows. If you
forego the
coat, forego the'
suspenders, too.~,L'"'>'
For capitalis- And Not To Be
tic souls who own white suits-linen,
panama, palm beach or what have

you-get them out of moth balls and
on the dance floor. They make al-
most any man look tall, dark and
handsome.
Last,. but not least, don't forget
to turn out at League dances. There
are square and country dances, all
sorts of classes, tea 'dances, and social
dances. The crop of girls is good this
year, and you don't have to be stuck
with one all evening. Feel free to' ex-
cuse yourself after one dance and go
back to the hostess for a new intro-
duction. Anyhow, turn out!
Michigan Dames Bridge
Party Given Yesterday
The Michigan Dames held one of
their weekly bridge parties at 2 p.m.
yesterday in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League. Tea was served af-
terward in the ballroom.
Mrs. L. F. Haines was awarded a
pottery vase for winning the high
score at contract.

ANN ARBOR

BARGAIN FESTIVAL

S

o f Sales

CANARIES, PARRAKEETS,
LOVEBIRDS
Bird Cages, Foods, Supplies
Birds Boarded. Reasonable Prices.
MELODY AVIARIES
562 S. Seventh St. Ph. 5330

Thursday

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Here's the biggest sale of the year, in finely made, attrac-
tively fashioned clothes you can enjoy for six long weeks
of heat, vacation, and outdoor fun! Come early, and get
as many of these Bargains - Dresses and Jackets - as
you can-and have money left over for extra summer fun.
SIZES FOR WOMEN, MISSES, JUNIORS.

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eeption
da Theta

We Concentrate Remaining Stock from
Our 3 Stores for Our AnnArbor

MANY ONE-OF-A-KIND VALUES.

Pi Lambda Theta, women's hon-
orary education society, held a re-
ception at 7:30 p.m. yesterday in
the Assembly Hall on the third floor
of the. Rackham Building.
Thirty guests were present in re-
sponse to invitations issued by the
committee in charge of the event.
Members of the committee include
Eloise Voorheis, Frances Quigley,
Elizabeth Crozer and Bernice Re-
miersma.

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B argain

DaySale

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BETTER

DRESSES

$5

Originally priced up to $49.95

at 12price
ALL SPRING COATS. Sizes 12 to 42. Formerly $16.95
to $39.95. Bargain Day prices.-. . . . .$8.48 to $19.88
ALL SPRING COSTUME TWO- and THREE-PIECE SUITS.
Sizes 11 to 20. Values from $16.95 to $49.75. Bargain
Day ............. $8.48 to $24.88
100 SPRING DRESSES. Many Jacket and Redingote types.
Navys and Pastels and Prints. Sizes 11 to 17, 12 to 46.
Values $7.95 to $39.75. Evening dresses included. /
12 HOUSE COATS of print and stripe crepe.
1 $5.95 values at......... ... .........$2.98
HAND BAGS. (Mostly Pastels) $1.00 and $2.95 values
at ... ....................... 50c and $1.48
GLOVES. Pastel doeskin and Shartex. $1.00 and $1.95
values at........................50c and 98c
COSTUME JEWELRY. $1.00 values. . .,..'...at 50c

JULY CLEARANCE
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Formals . . . . . . . Now $5 and $10
Summer -Formals, Crepes, Jerseys, Marquisettes, Nets, Cottons,
Wearable now and through early fall. / Values to $39.95.
CoatsandSuits .*0*. .Now $10
Odds and ends of Summer and Spring styles Values to $29.95.
B U DGEwT SIlOP
Cotton Dresses. .*0. . . Now $4
Originally priced $6.95 to $8.95.
Silk, Wool, and Cotton Dresses Now $3,
Values to $10.95.
Jackets, Skirts, Sweaters
Now 50% off
Blouses, Sumrer Suits
ACCESSORIES

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SKIRTS. Mostly light wools, pastels, and darker colors.
$1.95 to $5.95 values........from 98c to $2.98.
6 NATURAL CRAVENETTE PLAID LINED RAINCOATS.
$10.95 values at $5.48. 10 Navy and Brown Gabar-
dine Raincoats ..... . $5.95 values $2.98
FLANNEL JACKETS. Values to $7.95
at .............. ......$1.00, $2.00, $3.00
TRILLIUM SLIPS. $1.95 Values ... . .at $1.39
BLOUSES oft.$1.00, $2.00, $3.00. Values from $1.95 to
95c. 1 Closeout group at 50c.
ONE GROUP OF ODDS AND ENDS IN BETTER DRESSES.
Both street and evening. A few two-piece Spring suits
and coats.............................$5.00
THREE GROUPS of
COTTON SUMMERI PRINTS
and CREPES
Sz*95 f*91 t7.04
Sizes from, 11 to 46,

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tchiin #t'pperfect ea#slt , . 1'cis m I dt
let : r coJlte I hels3 JiMtv~a yaws fi$tS
(Also covered heels).3

FABRIC and STRING GLOVES - Values to $2.95.
BELLE SHARMEER HOSE $1.35 and $1.65 qualities, now
SLIPS, GOWNS and PAJAMAS . . . . . .

Now 33c
Now $1.00
Now 50% Off

Odd Accessories, r eatly Reduced
Group of SCARFS, JEWELRY, FLOWERS and BELTS

All Sales-Final

No Approvals

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