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JULY 23, 1940




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Of MEN ad MICE...
Weekends come and weekends go, but this one came and went without
the customary Play Production picnic. We are crying, you see, because it
seems we were too wordy or realistic in our description of said entertainment
last week, so as is the way of many good things of the past the famous
picnics have gone . .. BUT ARE NOT FORGOTTEN! In defiance as it
were, lots of private parties popped up. Trying to keep cool and celebrate
Saturday night were Margie Schiller, Sue Wiley, Mary Ellen Wheeler,
Larry Eggleton, Jim Norris and Ted Treadway and also several others
whose names we didn't catch. Downtown we caught a glimpse of Johnny
8chwarzwalder, Ruth Landwehr, and Bob and Mary Moss all talking
about Johnny's wonderful (?) dialectic powers dis-
played so beautifully in "Two On An Island" which,
incidentally, was a great success, very funny, and a
: sellout ... We don't care WHAT "The Straight Dope"
ell, ~ says, we think the director should get a medal for
doin' such a swell job.
C. '---9
Speaking Of Parties . . .
Jean Moehlman had a swanky luncheon on a terrace overlooking
Barton Pond with lots of her old school mates . . . Ruth Gram, Mudgie
Killins, Marty Peirsol, Penny Shaw, Marlou Shartel, Betty Ganzhorn and
Nancy Wright were all there lookin' very cool and pretty.
Speaking of parties there was a wonderful birthday celebration going
on at the Bell Friday night.. . Around the table we saw Billy Underdown,
Sam Marshall, Tom Peirsol, Dotty Warner, Pete Harris, Dexter Green,
Jeanne Crump and Pete Olmstead. We weren't just sure whose birthday
it was, but take a guess it was Dexter's. Late Saturday night, or should we
say early Sunday morning, A. A. was
treated to many Choral offerings . .
giving their all on one corner were Kip
King and Roy Rector and on another r4
Bill Gram and Sunny Markman.
Janet McKinley had lots of people
out at her lovely new house Saturday
afternoon' Dave Underdown, Joe Good-
rich, Betty Anne Chaufty and Barb
Heath were all milling around having as
wonderful time. Per usual people kept drifting in and out of town all
weekend . . . Bob Rittenour almost didn't get to his weekend in Toledot
because of "Two On An Island." In fact, he had to take the bus there witht
his makeup still on.
"The Globe Trot" at the League Friday night drew a big crowd from
(no kiddin') all corners of the earth! The winner of the
prize of the evening was Herb Hackett. He hailed from
farther away than anyone else . . . coming all the way1
\ from Moulmein, Burma. We can't wait to meet him in a
person because he agrees with that awful statementC
that "four out of five women are beautiful and the
fifth comes to Michigan!" How he can say such a thing
we don't know 'cause Mary Anna Jamison, Betty Willging,
Mary Peirsol and Barb DeFries were all there . . . also
Barb Johnson, who was dancing with Ted Tarbell.
Cooling Off Were .. .
Seeing as how the weekend was so, so hot . .. everyone and his brother
seemed to migrate out to the various swimming holes that surround A.A..
We envied Larry Mayer, Vivi French, Hugh Norton. . . and Hugh's room-

British And Italian Naval Units Meet In Ionian Sea Battle

By ... The Two B's.

This picture, from an Italian source, was made when British and Italian units met in the Ionian Sea.
The official caption on the picture says it shows "A p hase of the battle: Italian ship opens fire against
enemy units." Both sides claim victory after the eng agement.

Wednesday Dances
To Be Held Weekly
Continuing the social program of
the League for the Summer Session
will be the Wednesday afternoon tea
dance held weekly from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m., Ruth Streelman, '40Ed., in
charge of the affair, announced.
Earl Stevens' orchestra will play
for the dance, and University nem-
bers as well as Ann Arbor residents
may come with or without partners.
Mixer dances will again be featured,
but Miss Streelman stressed that
this time the dancers may return to
their former partners.
There is no charge for these dan-
ces, which are given through the
cooperation of the Summer Session
social office and the Summer League
Council. Ten hostesses especially se-
lected by the Council, will officiate
and will help those attending to find
dancing partners.

Prof. Lee Thurston
Will Address Club
"A College Professor Views Inter-
scholastic Athletics" will be the topic
of Prof. Lee M. Thurston of the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh and the Summer
Session faculty of the School of Edu-
cation at the weekly Phi Delta Kappa
luncheon at 12.10 p.m. today in the
A graduate of the University, Pro-
fessor Thurston was a member of the
state department of public instruc-
tion. With his background in school
administration and finance, he will
view the problems present in secon-
dary athletics.
Plans for the initiation of new
members at the banquet Thursday
will be announced at the luncheon,
Joe Park, president said.
Read The Daily Classifieds!

mate, whose name we didn't quite
Sunday afternoont.

catch, the cool dip they were having1




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7Uedding s
Sand .
The engagement of Jean Craig,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Gilbertson, of Detroit, to Howard S.
Carroll, '37, of Philadelphia, was an-
nounced by the parents of the bride-
elect at a tea given last Saturday in
Mr. Carroll, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. Otto Carroll of Bath and
Corning, N. Y., is a graduate of, the
engineering school. He is a member
of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, and of
Tau Beta Pi, national honorary so-
ciety. Miss Craig is a former student
of the University.
The Michigan influence was car-
ried out in the floral and table dec-
orations for the affair, with maize
and blue predominating. The wed-
ding i to take place in late October.

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School of Education: Students who
treceived marks ofI or X at the close
of their last semester or summer
session of attendance will receive a
grade of E in the course unless this
work is made up by July 24th. Stu-
dents wishing an extension of time
beyond this date in order to make
up the work should file a petition
addressed to the appropriate official
in their school with Room 4 U. H.
where it will be transmitted. The
petition must carry the written ap-
proval of the instructor concerned.
Candidates for the Teacher's Cer-
tificate to be recommended by the
Faculty of the School of Education
at the close of the Summer Session:
The Comprehensive Examination in
Education will be given on Saturday,
Aug. 3, at 9 o'clock in 2432 U.E.S.
Printed information regarding the
examination may be secured at the
School of Education office.
Exhibition of American Painting
presented by the graduate study pro-
gram in American Culture and Insti-
tutions is being held in the Rackham
Building through July 31, daily ex-
cept Sunday, 2-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m.
Home Loans: The University In-
vestment Office, 100 South Wing, will
be glad to consult with anyone con-
sidering building or buying a home
or refinancing existing mortgages.
The University has money to loan
on mortgages and is eligible to make
F.H.A. loans..
Prof. Hollister To Present
'Hamlet' Lecture-Recital
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister of the De-
partment of Speech will give a :lec-
ture-recital of "Hamlet" at 7 p.m.
Monday in the auditorium of the
W. K. Kellogg Institute.
This recital, which is open to the
public, is the third in a series of
programs presented in connection
with Professor Hollister's class in
the "Oral Interpretation of Shakes-
Catholics To Hold Mixer
The second in a series of weekly
Catholic Mixer Dances will be held
from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday at
the Chapel Auditorium on Thomp-
son and Williams Streets for Catho-
lic students and their friends.
Dancing, ping-pong and cards will
comprise the entertainment in addi-
tion to a guessing contest and the
distribution of novelty prizes.

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"Andy Hardy Meets Debutante",
currently featured at the Michigan
Theatre, is the latest edition of those
amusing Judge Hardy family serials.
Mickey Rooney turns in his usual
flippant protrayal of the adolescent
scapegoat, Andy =Hardy, ably sup-
ported by Judy Garland, who plays
the part of a wealthy New York
society girl. Excitement reigns at the
Hardy dinner-table one evening
when the Judge announces that one
of his legal cases will take his family
to New York for a short stay.
Meanwhile, Andy hasp involved
himself in one of his typical con-
fusing problems of pretending that
he is very intimately acquainted with
Miss Daphne Fowler, New York's
Number One glamor girl. His. con-
temporaries on the high school mag-
azine realize that he is bluffing and
intend to embarrass him by writing
an illustrated storyabout his crush
on the debutante.
Soon after the Hardy's arrival in
New York, Andy really gets himself
into a jam by attending an expensive
night-club where Daphne Fowler is
slated to appear. Of course he hasn't
the money to finance the evening's
festivities, and finally winds up
sheepishly standing before the pro-
After being thoroughly put in his
place, he discovers that he has lost
a valuable shirt-stud pin which was
Luncheon And
Sports Panels
ToBe At union.
All the men and women students
in the physical education depart-
ment have been invited to attend a
luncheon tomorrow noon at the
Union, Dr. Margaret Bell, director
of women's physical education, an-
nounced today.
Groups seated at each table will
discuss current problems in physical
education. Faculty members will
lead the different discussion groups.
Some of the topics chosen include
"Intermural Sports," "Co-recrea-
tion" and "Guidance in Physical Ed-
ucation. After the luncheon the
main speaker, who has yet to be
announced, will give a short talk.
This luncheon is one of the week-
ly get-togethers sponsored by the,
physical education department for
the students enrolled in their classes.
Last week the group held a picnic
on the grounds of the Women's Ath-
letic Building. The attendance at
the picnic was reported to be 70.
The after-supper baseball game at
the picnic went off in "fine style,"
according to Miss Dorothy Beise, who
with Randolph W. Webster has been
in charge of the arrangements for
the weekly luncheons.

borrowed for the occasion from his
former friend Betsy, (Judy Garlan'd),
the New York society girl. Being un-
able to contact the debutante, he
finally confesses his predicament to
Betsy, who turns out to be a very
close friend of the unapproachable
Miss Fowler. Through Betsy's efforts,.
Andy is invited to the exclusive com-
ing-out party of the nation's most
promnent debutante. Andy finally
realizes that glamor girls in general
are rather shallow, and that the sim-
ple, sweet and old-fashioned type of
girls are far superior.
The picture is entertaining and is
interspersed with two vocal selections
by Judy Garland, which are the high-
lights of the entire movie. Judge
Hardy, his wife, and her sister, Mil-
licent give their usual entertaining
performance. Ann Rutherford is the
same Polly Benedict, the home-town
f lame.
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