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THEMICHIGAN DAILY_

New High Speed Plane For Hitler's Personal Use

Party Line
By the Neighbor.

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Some people think that a reporter can be defined as one who has
no personal integrity. Why, our best friends won't even confide in us since
we became a colyumist. We feel grim when we contemplate being forced
any day to choose between our playmates and our career. It's not the pros-
pect of having to change our major that bothers us, but the cruel barb of
mistrust that wounds us to the quick-aye, to the very quick.
Just to show you that we never violate a confidence, we refuse to reveal
the names of three gents of our acquaintance who were out having a peachy
time in somebody's roommate's car when they ran over a cat. This un-
timely death, we are happy to add, spoiled the fun for at least one of the
boys, as it reminded him of his own pussy's sad demise back home in Podunk.
The other two chumps have no soul. They went on having a peachy time.
The prisoners ate a hearty breakfast. We mean Helen Smith and Willie
Troutwine, who spent Friday evening cozily by the fire with a good book,
being confined to the Delta Gamma mansion because
Judiciary Council doesn't like the hours they keep.
While meantime the rest of the campus was
making merry at the League. Another time we'll be
more specific as to who was with whom but that
nite we were in the pink for dancing and barely had
time to notice that Susie Potter, Max Sykes, Toby
Davis, Earl Rhodes, Betty Schuele, Dave Spengler,
Ann Schaeffer, Howard Carruthers, Harwood Stan-
ford, Doris Cuthbert, Bob Clark, Florence Russ, Rog Peterson, Frances Fox,
Bill Scott and felix Sundouist were there. If you haven't tried the
League yet, we submit that (we got that one from Joel E. Davis in our
Modern Novel course) we submit that little Earl Stevens is plenty smooth
on the clarinet. Almost forgot to mention that Johnnie Chemerda, who
guided our trembling feet safely through Chem 3 when we were very young,
was seen in the Grill Room with any number of women around him.
Lots Of Orchids, Peoples ---
People we admire no end: Elizabeth Powers, who has never cut her 7
/a.m. class; Jimmy Allen, whom we overheard saying recklessly as he held out
a palmful of small change, "Come on, Flanagan,
we'll have lunch on this and just hope for a check,
before dinnertime;" Tyrone Power; people who
can say no to the Salvation Army lady when she =::-i
connes into the Bell; Stan Swinton, who put us in.
his column once.
Comings and goings: Bob Emerine whipped in-
to town recently for a one-nite stand and tore out-
again the next morning. Dave Laing has been
around the past day or two. Could Janie Elspass be
the reason? Adele Ramus made her way to Pontiac .i
and June Neuman to Detroit for the weekend. Nan Jj
Diebel took a plane yesterday for New York where
she will leave for the wilds of Pennsylvania and
then Baltimore. Tiss and Barb Telling are the

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The airplane shown above ig the private property of Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler of Germany, who will use it
for personal trips. The product of one of Germany's finest factories, the plane is said to have a cruising speed
near 250 miles per hour. Herr Hitler is not a pilot, but will be chauffered by a. member of the Reich's ali force.

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Dressing Up With Gay Jackets
Gives Life To Plainer Models.

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weekend guests of Millie Sartor. And Betty Jean and Bobby Wolfe are
shining lights of Norwalk, Ohio, just at present.
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow...

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Red, Blue Linen Number
Is Smart; Boleo, Box
Jackets Are In Pastels
By MARTI GRAHAM
If the funds are running low dur-
ing this slack summer season and
you've a big date planned, why not
dress up one of last year's plain
tailored cottons or sheers with a gay
jacket.
One of the smartest looking models
in town is a butcher boy number in
red and blue hand-blocked linen on
a white background. Kiono sleeves
enhance the smartness of this jacket,
and it should work wonders in com-
plimenting even the simplest of your
frocks.
Or, if you're in the market for
something daintier, we suggest that
you try either a bolero or a box jacket
of handkerchief linen which comes in
pastel shades. One of these will not
only give you a new outlook on life
by softening the contours of your
face, but as a result of its short full-
ness, will diminish your hips and
waistline to the vanishing point.

A jacket that you will find espe-
cially trim looking with a full-skirt-
ed dress comes in pique and is fitted
at the waist with one large pearl
button. Padded sleeves and wide re-
veres give it a military appearance
and it is particularly attractive over
a billowing skirt.
Pulitzer Prize
Play Will Ope n
'Our Town,' Broadway Hit,
Will Have No Sets
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Potshots from Camp Custer: Lennie Sculthorp, better known as Scud, has
had his head completely shaved. We think the departure of his mind must
have preceded that of his hair. His bunk-mates describe him as a cross
between Dracula and an ex-convict. We have already lost much sleep won-
dering if the future 'Ensian editor will be wandering around the Publications
Building next semester looking like that. We frighten easily.
We've seen a lot of uniforms from the aforementioned Camp Custer run-
ning around town off and on (not the uniforms but their inhabitants were
off and on)-George Reynolds, Dannie Shaw, Doc Sweeney, Mark Cheever,
Tom Knuth, Joe Cole and Don Rivette among others.
Notes from Health Service: Mary Jordan dropped in to see Betty Baldwin,
ill with pneumonia, but she didn't ever get to see Betty. They waylaid her at
the desk and now she's in bed herself. Lee Schaeffer, one of the winners of
the League dancing contest, was seen there getting treated the next day. It
must have been an awful shock to find out he'd won.

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Notes From Hither And Yon . .
Lots of picnics yesterday. Tom Heenahan and Peg Reid went on one. So
did G. Morehous and Sally Mustard. Sally's got a cute white bathing-suit we
plan to borrow some time. Frequent visitors at the D.G. house are Phil Buck-
minster and Joe Stirn. In fact Jo Clarke's and Carmen McKell's buzzers
hardly ever get time to cool off. Bill Jetter, Ben
"4 Dewey and Dick Nash can be seen practicing law
., almost any evening at the Pretzel Bell or at Metz-
ger's. Saw Millie Sartor at the latter spot this
weekend enjoying Brahms' Lullaby and the com-
pany of Norm Hanselmann and Jack Houvener.
We hear Dick Waterman, who's the coming thing
in the 'Ensian business office, Maxine Pryer, Stan
Trubey (or not true be) Lillian Tolhurst, Wanger Bosworth and Ruth Barry
went to Island Lake to dance only to find the dance hall wasn't open. But
they found Tommy Tucker at Walled Lake so all was not lost.
We seem to be at the end of our wits-I mean notes-so will say as a word
of advice, cut it out now if it has your name in it or you'll lose the paper and
will never be able to take it out of mothballs for your grandchildren and
point with pride. We're glad to have had you meet us and so-long until
next week.

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Carillon Program
To Be At 5:15 P.M.
Because of a conflict in time with
the band concert to be given at 4:15
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium, the
regular Sunday afternoon carillon
concert has been postponed one hour
to 5:15 p.m.
Carillonneur will be Sydney F.
Giles of Toronto. Today's program
follows:
Prelude ............ Edward Denyni
Songs-
Just A-Wearyin' for You.......
...........Jacobs-Bond
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere . Fearis
.Compositions for the Carillon-
Festival ............Kamiel Lefevere
Suite ..................Staf Nees
Introduction, Folk Song, Ballad,
Dance.
Classical Selections-
Elegie ....................Massenet
To a Wild Rose (Woodland Sketches)
.............. MacDowell
Menuet and Trio (Symphony in E
Flat)...................Mozart

oppose develop a really fine drama.
Thornton Wilder is one of the few
authors who has won Pulitzer Prizps
in two different literary fields. Be-
sides the prize for "Our Town," he
also won the prize far the best Amer-
ican novel with "The Bridge of San
Luis Rey."
The part of the stage manager,
most important of the characters in
the drama, is to be portrayed by
Whitford Kane, guest director and
actor of the summer season, who will
make his first appearance of the
Summer Session in this play. Clari-
bel Baird who was seen in "The Good
Hope" will play the feminine lead.
The play is under the direction of
Prof. Valentine B. Windt. Miss Lucy
Barton is doing the costumes.
Offer Life Saving Course
Instruction in life saving and water
safety for both men and women will
be given from July 24 to Aug. 5 in the
Intramural Pool under the auspices
of the Washtenaw County Chapter
of the American Red Cross, it was
announced yesterday.
The course will be given under the
direction of Robert Mowerson, former
Michigan swimming star, and now
director of life saving and water
safety for the local chapter of the
Red Cross. Classes will be given'
from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. on Monday
and Thursdays and from 6 to 7:45
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday.

Weekly Record .Concert
Held In Graduate School
More than 100 persons attended the
weekly record concert held in the
men's lounge of the Rackham Build-
ing yesterday.
The concert included selections
from Die Valkyrie, Beethoven's Fifth
Symphony and Suite Number Three
by Bach.
The program for next week was
tentatively announced. The numbers
to be heard are Symphony Number
Four by Sibelius, Violin Concerto by
Mendelssohn and the Mozart opus 40
in G minor.
ODAILY 0OFFICIAL I
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Hardin Van Deursen with William
Barnard at the organ.
5:30 p.m., Summer School Vesper
Service. A cost supper will be served
at the Council Circle at the rear of
the church. Following the supper the
meeting will start at 6:15 with Dean
Chester Lloyd Jones of the University
of Wisconsin speaking on the sub-
ject "Church and State in Mexico."
First Congregational Church, State
and Williams Streets. Minister, Rev.
Leonard A. Parr.
Public worship at 10:45 a.m. .Doc-
tor Parr will preach on the subject,
"When God Laughs." Miss Leah
Lichtenwalter will sing "Pray" by
Guion. As a special feature the choir
LASTEX FOUNDATIONS
styled by
HICKORY
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Will be assisted by 20 or 25 young
people -of the High School Band
Clinic, here for the three weeks' ses-
ion. They will sing "Lord for Thy
Tender Mercies' Sake" by Farrant.
The guest organist will be Leslie P.
Spelman, who will play "Kom, susser
Tod" by J. S. Bach, and "Jesu, meine
Freude" by Karg-Elert.
Unitarian Church, Sunday, 11 a.m.
Rev. Lester Mondale of Evanston,
Ill., on "Norway, Another Middle
Way."
Church Worship Services will be
held in Zion Lutheran Church Sun-
day at 10:30 with sermon by the
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn. This church
is located at tie corner of East
Washington and South Fifth Ave.
Services of worship will be held in
Trinity Lutheran Church, E. William
at S. Fifth Ave. at 8:15 a.m. and
10:30 a.m. Sermons will be delivered
by the pastor Rev. Henry 0. Yoder.
The Lutheran Students, their wives
and friends are invited to meet at
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall Sunday
at 4:30. An outing has been planned
at the large fire-place at Island Park.
This is the third of the meetings for
summer school students. Call 2-3680
by Sunday noon for reservations.
Christian Reformed, and Reformed
Church services will be held Sunday
July 16 at the Michigan League
chapel at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Doctor J. C. DeKorne, famous China
missionary, will conduct both serv-
ices.
First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron
St. 9:30 am. Church School.
10:45 ,a.m. morning worship.
The Rev. H. Othman Smith of
Yonkers, New York will speak on the
theme "Is Life Worth the Struggle."
The Congregational Church an-
nounces the following which will be
of interest to music lovers. At the
Sunday morning service, iprof. Leslie
P. Spelman, Prof. of Organ at the
University of Redlands, Redlands,
California and former organist and
choir director of the American
Church of Paris, France will be the
guest organist.
Miss Leah Lichtenwalter, Director
of Music in the Public Schools of
Des Moines will also sing a special
solo.
First Methodist Church. Dr. C. W
Brashares will preach at 10:40
o'clock at the morning worship serv-
ice on the theme "Suffering."
Wesley Foundation. Student Class
under the leadership of Dr. E. W
Blakeman. The theme for discus-
sion will be "Jews and Gentiles in
the Book of Acts." at Stalker Hall
Wesleyan Guild meeting at the
Church at 6 p.m. Dr. Harold F. Carr
of Court Street Church, Flint wil
speak on the subject: "The Youth
Situation in America." Fellowship
hour and refreshments following the
meeting.
English 211E will meet Monday an
thereafter in 206 South Wing.
N. E. Nelson
Kermit Eby, executive secretary o:

See BOB GACH
for Everything photographic

the Chicago Federation of Teachers,
will speak in the Grand Rapids Room
of the Michigan League at 12:45,
Monday, July 17 on the subject "Cut-
ting Fads and Frills-Chicago's Ex-
perience." Those interested may
join him at lunch at 12 o'clock in the
cafeteria.
Pi Lambda Thetans: Dues may be
paid in the Pi Lambda Theta Room
in the University Elementary School
on Monday, July 17, from 3 to 5 p.m.
If not convenient, call 7160 or mail
dues to Mary Eliza Shannon, 1327
Minerva Rd.
Lecture, "Der Ackermann aus Boh-
men." Ernst A. Philippson, Assistant
Professor of German, University of
Michigan. This lecture will be given
in English on Monday, July 17, in the
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Bldg.
,at 4 p.m.
Lecture, "Issue of National Signifi-
cance in Teacher Education." Wil-
liam S. Gray, Professor of Educa-
tion, University of Chicago. Profes-
sor Gray will speak at 4:05 p.m. on
Monday, July 17, in the University
High 'School Auditorium.
Graduate Commercial Club. There
will be a tea Monday, July 17, at
4:15 p.m. in the West Conference
Room of the Rackham Building. Dr.
Henry Beaumont of the University
of Kentucky will speak informally.
Lecture, "Central America and the
United States." by Clarence H. Har-
ing, Professor of History, Harvard
University. This lecture will be giv-
en on Monday, July 17, in the Lec-
ture Hall of the Rackham Building
at 5 p.m.
Square and Country Dancing at the
Michigan League Ballroom on Mon-
day, uly 17, at 7:45 p.m.
Two Gentlemen of Verona will be
presented by the Mihigan Reper-
tory Players at 8:30 p.m. in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on Mon-
day evening, July 17.
Students in the Division of Hygiene
and Public Health: The annual sum-
rmer picture of students, will be taken
on the steps of the campus entrance
to the West MedCal Building on
Tuesday, July 18 'at 12 noon. All
professional students in hygiene and
public 1ealtlh are urged to be present.
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon Tues-
day, 12:10, Michigan Union. Profes-
sor John H. Jessup will speak on
"Education in England."
The two meetings to select candi-
dates for membership will be held
Monday, July 17, and Wednesday,
July 19, at 7:30 in the East Confer-
ence Room of the Rackham Building.
Members are asked to attend.
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Language Teas at the International
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Nickels Arcade

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for gad-abouts who
dote on prints ..

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Two Bands Join
In Concert Today
(Continued from Page 1)
March of Youth'.......J. Olivadoti
Conducted by Dale Harris
Polka Dots ........Forest Buchtel
Cornet trio played by:
Charles Jones, 1st Cornet, Richard
Wilson, 2nd Cornet; A. Richard
Markillie, 3rd Cornet.
Descriptive Patrol:
There's. Something
About a Soldier ............Gray

Overture Hongroise ...... Skornicka
Conducted by Cleo Fox
Varsity.............Earl V. Moore'
Conducted by Cleo Fox
Part II
Overture: Hero .. Harold M. Johnson
Bravada, Paso Doble .......Curzon
Second Movement, Largetto,
Symphony in C Minor .. E. Williams
Repartee (Band and
Piano)..........David Bennett
Pianist: Ernest Hares
Overture to
"The Secret Marriage" . Cimarosa
The World Is Waiting

for the Sunrise . Arr. by Harry Alf

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