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League Council
Aids In Sadie
Hawkins.Plans
Summer Session Council
Members Announce
Friday'sGuest List
Guests to attend the Sadie Haw-
kins dance Saturday with members
of the Summer League Council,
which is assisting Betty Hoag with
plans for the event, have been an-
nounced.
Miss Hoag, who is in charge of the
dance, will be accompanied by Logan
Hovis, and Virginia Osgood, pres-
ident of the League, by Barry Rat-
liff. Beth O'Roke, the assistant so-
cial director of the League helping
with the dance, will be there with
Robert Mitchell.
Barbara DeFries is to attend with
Jack Rawlings, Jeanne Crump with
John Clifford and Margaret Hub-
bard with Bill Hoot. Other members
of the Council are Marion Conde,
who has asked Harold Spoken to be
her guest, Agnes Landers, who will
have Bob Bishop as her guest, and
Ruth Streelman, attending with Dick
Power.
Hillbilly Theme Featured
The dance, to be held from 9 to
12 p.m., will feature a hillbilly theme
such as is prevalent in the Li'l Abner
cartoon from which it is taken. It
is an occasion to which' women are
to ask their dates, but both men
and women may come alone, Miss
Hoag explained. Women will do the
cutting all evening, with the excep-
tion of four dances when men will
have the privilege.
The entire evening will be very
formal. Dancers are asked to come
in whole or partial costume, and
there will be a prize given for the
best wman's and the best man's
costume. The committee to award
this prize will also have the right to
ask those who come without any
suggestion of a costume to pay from
one to five cents extra.
Exhibition Square Dancing
Entertainment for the evening will
feature an exhibition group of square
dancers, organized by John Clifford,
and three-quarters of an hour of
square dancing taught and called by
Ivan Parker. There will also be sev-
eral Kentucky Feud dances, when
either men or women will be given
rifles to hand to those they cut in
on. Another feature of the dance
will be a "couple robbing" during
which couples will exchange partners
several times during one piece.
Dick Power is to do the announcing
throughout the evening. Decorations
will be Li'l Abner cartoon subjects
on the walls of the ballroom, Rosebud
Scott, decorations chairman, an-
nounced. To aid With the informality
of the affair,,there will be no chairs
around the room, and tired dancers
will have to use the floor to sit on.
Former 'Daily' Man
To Wed Atlanta Girl
From Atlanta, Ga., comes an an-
nouncement of the engagement of]
Sally Mildred Moscow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Moscow, of that
city, to Arnold S. Daniels, '38, of
Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Miss Moscow is a graduate of Em-
erson College, Boston, Mass., and
her fiance attended the University.
Mr. Daniels was a member of Thec
Daily editorial staff during 1935, 19-i
36 and 1937.'
The date of the wedding was notI
made known.I

Ann Arbor

Here Is
In

Today's

News

Summary

Scouts came to the rescue of police
yesterday when 35 local boy scouts
and scout leaders answered an
emergency call from police head-
quarters asking their aid in locating
the body of Herman C. Gauss. 58,
missing from his home here since
Tuesday morning.
Robert F. Ryan, one of the scouts,
found the body hanging from the
limb of a tree at the southwest edge
of the city. Coroner Edwin C. Ganz-
horn said the man had taken his own
life. Friends reported he had been
despondent over ill health.
The scouts who assisted in the
search reported for duty only 30 mir-
utes after Scout Executive Walter
MacPeek issued his call for aid.
* * *
Ann Arbor will be given a prevue
of what to wear to a blitzkrieg when
two of Uncle Sam's armored scout
cars stop here briefly en route to
Fort Sheridan, Ill., from Detroit. The
two panzer units are the reconnai-
sance type vehicles to be attached to
the first armored division at Fort
Knox, Ky. The cars are now sche-
duled to join the second army ma
neuvers.
Lightly armored, this mechanized
"light cavalry" unit mounts two .30
caliber Browning machine guns, a
.50 caliber armor-piercing machine
gun and a 37 millimeter anti-tank
gun.
* * *
Lt. Gen. Stanley H. Ford, com-
manding general of the United States
second army, and a staff of two
army officers were driven off their
flying course yesterday and forced
to land at the Ann Arbor airport
by the force of yesterday's sudden
storm.
En route from F6rt Brady at Sault
Ste. Marie to Detroit, General Ford's
plane was not damaged in the forced
landing here. The party continued
to Detroit by automobile.
Speech De par tmen t
To Sponsor Summer
Session Tea Today
Graduate students and wives of
the faculty oftthe speech department
will be honored at an informal tea
from 4 to 6 p.m. today in the As-
sembly Room of the Rackham Build-
ing.
As the second of the social events
sponsored by the speech department
all students are urged to attend to
become better acquainted with other
students and the faculty, Prof. G. E.
Densmore of the department announ-
ced.
The group of girls who will
hostess at the affair are Mary Sue
Adams, Dorothy Neff, Rosetta Ram-
sey, Virginia Batka, Helen Sullivan,
Ruth Landwehr, Elizabeth Adams,
Eva Goldman, Eugenia Bibby, Mar-
ion Yinger, Eleanor Yinger, Carolyn
Perkins, Elizabeth Edwards, Beatrice
Sandles, Vivian Mowatt, Vera, Kel-
logg, Mary Catherine Van Noy, Edith
Ross, Elizabeth Green and Lazelle
Laughlin.
Gorky Film Sunday
"The Childhood of Maxim Gorky",
a Russian film, will be shown by the
Art Cinema League at 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the Rackham School auditor-
ium, based on Gorky's autobiography,
"My Childhood." It is directed by
Mark DonskQi and Alyosha Lyarsky
plays the part of the youthful Gorky.

New Princess
Iw
.Y
c
* .
All-over patterns plus sleek prin-
cess lines of the newest swim toggery
gain favor of mermaids and sun-
worshipers as the temperature soars
and soars again.
Tailored lines fitted for the com-
fort of active sport and for emphasis
of the figure's best points have made
these the apple of the shopper's eye
for style. Coupled with design and
color they compliment the mellow
suntan.
Specially lastex, crinkley or smooth,

Cut Swim Suits
j .
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Hostess Group
Is Announced
Officials for the dance to be held.
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League Ballroom have been announ-
ced by Jeanne Crump, '42, in charge
of Friday night dances.
They will be Cathleen Clifford,
Peggy Whitker, Josephine Clancy,
Dorothy Vogel, Marilyn Vogel, Bar-
bara Grill, Eleanor Nelson, Miriam
Westerman and Jean Westerman.
This list, which has been chosen by
Miss Crump, has been approved by
the Summer League Council.
Earl Stevens and his orchestra will
play for the dance, which is held
every Friday night in connection
with the Summer Session social of-
fice. It is priced at 35c a person,
and one may attend with or with-
out a partner.

Phi Delta Kappa Initiates Forty
Phi Delta Kappa, national lion- Fred G. Walcott of the University
orary fraternity, initiated 40 Uni- High School presented the welcome.
versity graduate students in educa- Dr. Fritz Redl of Cranbrook School,
tion into their chapter yesterday at a member of the University's Sum-
the Michigan Union. mer Session faculty, presented the
The fraternity's banquet at which response for the new members and
the new members were welcomed was Hardin A. Van Deursen of the School
held last night following the initia- of Music directed the music for the
tion. Prof. Harlan C. Koch of the evening.
University School of Education act- Guest speaker at the banquet was
ed as toastmaster for the affair and S. L. A. Marshall.

You
your

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favorite brand of Beer and Wine better from-
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303 N. Fifth Ave.
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Today - the First Day of Our
5-Day After-Inventory
CLEARANCE

wools, sharkskin, smooth rayon fab-
rics have added new zest to the swim
suit market. Innumberable combin-
ations of shade, pattern and styles
provide an almost endless opportun-
ity for selection of own's favorite.
Cousins in style to these prints are
the plain vivid classics which have
also attained a reputation for ele-
gance on the beach and swimming
holes where they are worn. The range
from white to black in suits aind
their accessories has made the sport
more colorful than ever.

HANDY SERVICET
DIRECTORY

LAUNDERING-9
LAUNDRY -- 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.
SILVER LAUNDRY
647 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
Shirts ..................... .14
Undershirts..04
Shorts.....................04
Pajama Suits...............10
Socks, pair.................03
Handkerchiefs..............02
Bath Towels...............03
. All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
arately. No markings. Silks,
wools are our specialty.
TYPING-18
TYPING-L. M. Heywood, 414 May-
nard St., Phone 5689.

TYPING-18

TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 34
EXPERIENCED TYPIST. 10c a page.
Call mornings or evenings. Bar-
bara Grill. 1830 Hill. Call 5718
TRANSPORTATION -21
WANTED-Passenger to Stillwater,
Oklahoma, leaving July 29. Call
Miss Barnes, phone 2-4401.
MISCELLANEOUS -20
SPECIAL - Regular $6.00 Eugene
Super Permanent, Now $3.00. Col-
lege Beauty Shop. Phone 22813.
Open Evenings.
ARTICLES FOR SALE
MICROSCOPE, 1000 diameter with
stage. Also 8 milimeter Filmo, with
regular and telephoto lenses and
case. Extremely reasonable. Phone
6518.

AT THE DOWNTOWN STORE
FIVE DAYS OF CLEARANCE ... today is the first one...
shop early to have the fullest advantage of selections ...
With mid-summer inventory completed ... all summer mer-
chandise and all odd lots of stople goods are DRASTICALLY
REDUCED for this event. SAVE on Women's and Children's
Apparel, Shoes and Accessories. Fill in and pep up jaded
Summer wardrobes with new clothes at a fraction of the
original prices . . . Buy things for the home at decisive Sav-
ings ... Supply your wants and needs in Goodyear's Five Days
of After-Inventory Clearance.
All Sales Final - No Approvals, Exchanges,
Telephone Orders or C.O.D.
CLEARANCE -- SPORTS SHOP
Coats and Two-piece Suits
$16.98 and $22.98
Unrestricted choice of all remaining coats and two-piece suits
including imported fabrics, navy, tan and black monotone
tweeds.
Women's Sizes . . . Misses' Sizes . . . Junior Sizes
Coats and Two-piece suims
$10.98
A limited number of coats and suits-extraordinary value.
at this low price.
Sweater and Blouse Clearance
$1.98 $2.98 $3*98
29 Blouses-summer cottons and silks . . . 53 sweaters, light
weight cardigans, slip on and short sleeve styles. A wide
selection of colors.
Summer Skirts $1.49 $2.49 $3.49
for costume variation have several skirts-combined with
sweaters or blouses-you'll have a grand vacation wardrobe.
Ater-Inventory Sale of DRESSES
Summer Cottons -- Dresses $4.9, ea.
50 Dresses in this group-cotton prints, voiles, piques, ginghams-
dresses that you will wear for months to come. Excellent selection
of colors and sizes.

HOSIERY
SPECIAL.
Three-Thread
Crepe-Twist Stockings
69e pair
Four of the most wanted
shades for now-all sizes.
DOWVNTOWN AND
STATE STREET

SECOND FLOOR
DRESS SHOP
AND LINGERIE
CLEARANCE

Summer Dresses
$4.98 each
Dresses that were $6.98 to $8.95-
In styles you will like-cool cot-
tons and Bemberg Sheers. 58
dresses in this clearance lot.
23 DRESSES; $2.98 each-desir-
able styles in cool summer cottons.
21 DRESSES and PLAYSUITS;
$1.98 each-just the thing for
vacation wardrobes.
29 DRESSES; $1.19 each-Cool
cotton prints.
51 Pcs. LINGERIE; $2.98 each -
slips, gowns and panties.
29 pes. LINGERIE; $1.98 each -
step-ins, gowns and slips.
22 pcs. LINGERIE; $1.39 each -
slips and panties.
37 GOWNS at $2.69 each-printed
Bembergs in lace trimmed and
tailored styles.
32 GOWNS; $1.98 each - sheer,
cool Bembergs.
14 PAJAMAS; 69c pr.-summer-
time cotton prints.
5 ROBES; $2.98 and $3.98 each-
three of terry cloth; two of Chen-
ille.
10 HOUSE COATS; $2.98 each -
Cotton sheers and Bembergs, Zip-
per and Wrap-around styles.
13 HOUSE COATS; $4.98 each --
Printed Bembergs.
CLEARANCE
of Children's Coats

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As Cool As An

Co utinued Clearance
of all
REMAINING SALE MERCHANDISE
at
Better than Bargain Day Prices
A GROUP OF BETTER DRESSES
Originally up to $35-Now

( olh ur lofhe3
Icad Drnk
DRESSES
Don't let these next few
weeks of summer find
you without enough cool
clothes.
Our July Clearance Prices
bring you every type you
need at DRASTIC RE-
DUCTIONS.
r Jerseys Sharkskins
:;. Sheers Pastels
Whites Darks

71 Better Dresses
Reduced to $14.98
In this group are pakables, chif-
fon prints, bembergs . . . Sports
styles and dressy types-plain
pastels and prints. Also silk
jerseys and light and dark
sheers. Women's sizes, misses'
sizes, and half sizes.
39 DRESSES at $6.98 each -
Cotton prints, batistes, voiles,
crepes, ginghams, and chiffon
prints. Light and dark colors.
Formerly priced at $10.95 to
$14.95.

French Room
Formals
in four price groups
$798 to $1.98
46 lovely formals especially
createdfor summer evenings.
Cool cottons, prints, chiffons-
pastels, and gay colors. Dresses
that formerly were $10.95 to
$29.95-Greatly reduced.
25 French Room Dresses; $19.98
imported sheers, eyelet em-
broidered, and prints.
DRESSES, THIRD FLOOR

14 Coats
Reduced to
8 Coats
Reduced to
4 Coats
Reduced to

.........

$3.98
$5.98
$ 7.98

.k/ /

$'5

-$8

-$10

Including Dark Sheer Redingotes,
Jacket Dresses, Prints
BUDGET COTTON DRESSES
$3
50 COTTON PLAY SUITS REDUCED
Sale Prices

fId
Now $7.0
Sizes 9-
VJ 16V2
ns Spun Rayons Sharkskins
$5.00 and $7.00
(Were to $12.95) Sizes 9-17, 12-44

)0 - $10.00
17 12-44
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Laces

AT THE STATE STREET STORE
SHOE CLEfRANCE
Entire Stock Spring and Suimmer
]FOOTWEAR
IN TWO PRICE GROUPS
$2.98 and $3.99 Pair
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY to get new shoes for the remainder of
summer as well as to wear into the fall season. A fine selection
of styles for street, dress and sports wear - a wide variety of
leathers and fabrics . . . all heel height. All sizes in the entire
stock, but not all size in all styles. Shop early for most satisr
factory selection.

Tweed and navy materials-polo
coat and regular tion styles. Saes
in the three groups range from
1 to 10.
Junior Coats
Reduced to $9.98
14 Coats in the group-Tweeds,
polo cloth and navy wools in
dressy and sports styles. Former-
ly $16.95 to $22.50-Sizes 10 to 16.
17 Taffeta Dresses; $1.98 and $2.98
each-pastel colors-Sizes 3 to 10.
5 Ensembles; $2.98 each-sizes one
to six. Swiss dress with pique coat
and bonnet.
Table of Odds and Ends, Greatly
Reduced-Children's Cotton slips
and rayon underwear.
64 Sunsuits and Playsuits; $1.49
each-styles for boys and girls ...
sizes 1 to 14 years.
28 Dresses; $4.98 - cottons, spun
rayons and linens in pastel and
dark colors. Junior sizes 9 to 15.
60 Cotton Dresses; $1.49 each -
organdies, swisses, lawns and ging-
hams.
65 Dresses; $2.39 each-cottons of
the better quality.
27 Dresses; $2.98 each-Formerly
priced at $3.98-reduced.
7 Children's Robes; $1.98 each-
striped and plain color terry cloth.
Sizes 7 to 14.
8 Terrycloth Robes; $1.49 each-
sizes 2 to 6. Plain color and striped.

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,ottons

Spun Rayons Now $3.95
(Were to $7.95)
Slack Suits $2.95 and $3.95
(Were to $5.95)

Play Suits

- $3

- $4

- $5

Shirts, Overalls, Shorts at $1.00
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