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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,. AUGUST 6, 1940

PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, AUGUST ~, 1940

Friday Evening Dance Will Feature
Songs And Dances From 'Hi Falutin'

ASSOCIATED
POCT4URE

PRESS
N EWS

Landers, Conde, Wheeler
And Schiller To Revive
1940 Junior Girls Play
"High Falutin'," Junior Girls Play
last year, will revive itself to enter-
tain those who are to attend the
League dance Friday. ,
This will be a regular League
dance, held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
but, as many of the weekend dances
of the Summer Session, will offer a
special feature. The Junior Girls
Play is an annual winter session
event, and Marion Conde, Agnes Lan-
ders, Margaret Schiller and Mary
Ellen Wheeler, have consented to
present some of the songs and dances
from it.
Miss Conde, who played the part
of Eve in the play, will sing, "He's
Plenty Good Enough For Me," writ-
ten by Doris Merker. She is in Play
Production this summer, and has
played in "The Critic," "Two on an
Island," and "What a Lile." She is
on the Summer League Council, and
a member of Alpha Delta Pi.
Miss Landers, who is judiciary
chairman for the Summer League
Council, and a member of Delta Del-
ta Delta sorority, will do her drunk
man's dance.
Miss Schiller, a member of Alpha
Phi sorority, played the part of Anne,
the dumb girl, in "High Falutin'."
She will sing "Once In A While You
Meet Somebody." In Play Produc-
tion this summer, she has acted is
"The Critic," "Star Wagon," and
"Two on an Island."
Miss Wheeler, social chairman of
the Summer League Council, played
the part of Anne's intelligent boy
friend, Phi Bete, and will do a dance
with Miss Schiller. She is a member
of Collegiate Sorosis, and in Play
Production this summer she has had
parts in "The Critic," "What a Life,"
and 'Escape."
0eddng S
cN and oo
ngagements
The engagement of two prominent
former students of the University
was made known in Ann Arbor at a
tea' given Sunday. Charlotte Rueger,
'37, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte D.
Rueger, of Ann Arbor, is the bride-
elect, and her fiance is Richard G.
Hershey, '37, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Hershey, of Taylorville, Ind.
Miss Rueger was a member of Col-
legiate Sorosis sorority, she was al-
so on the Board of Governors of the
League and worked as Women's Ed-
itor of The Daily one summer.
She was on the central committee
of Junior Girls Play in the capacity
of publicity chairman, and was also
on the cenral committee of Sopho-
more Cabaret and Pan-Hellenic Ball.
She was a member of Wyvern, honor
society for junior women; of Mortar
Board, national senior women's hon-
or society; Pi Lambda Theta, hon-
orary educational sorority; and
Theta Sigma Phi, an honorary jour-
nalistic group.
Mr. Hershey received his degree
from the Harvard law school this
summer. He is a member of Alpha
Delta Phi fraternity, and of Alpha
Nu and Sigma Delta Chi. He was
elected to Sphinx, honor society for
junior men.
He was managing editor of The
Summer Session Daily in 1937, and
during his University days was a
night editor on the Daily and a mem-
ber of the Michigan Band.

--
Of MEN and .......
What a weekend, what a weekend!!! Do you feel like we do now that
you suddenly have a week of real STUDYING before you? Exams next
week, remember? Have you lost your pep? Are you sluggish, run down ...?
Well, try Carter's Little Liver Pills . .. (adv.) This leads up to the fact that
everybody started celebrating early and amost forgot to stop this weekend.
After all, Summer Session is nearly over, and, well, can we blame all the
teachers what have to go back and teach come next year and all the stu-
dents what have to try (I just said try) to learn next year for attempting
to make the best of what's left of the summer . . . Only one more weekend
to play!!!! And don't you forget it!
" ^. People started playing Thursday night ... undoubtedly
the ones who have classes only on Mon., Tues., Wed. and
Thurs. nights! We saw Mary Peirsol and Dex Green enjoy-
ing the benefits of the Pretzel Bell, also seen were Bill Under-
down, Pete Olmstead, and Tom Peirsol. Came Friday night
and we started out with the play which was very swell ...
In the intermission we saw Johnny Moser wandering around
looking for somebody . . . Dave Spengler was talking over
the play with two charming young ladies ... .
Sing And Sway.
Later Friday night the League went wild with a dance contest. All the
jitterbugs from all around Washteriaw County came. The winnahs of the
smooth dancing section were John Clifford and sister, Cathleen. John, by
the way., learned to dance at the League dancing classes during his Freshman
jiving section Helen Corman and tddie Stoffer came in first ... real rhythm.
Watching the proceedings were Lillian Schoor, June
McKee, Ted Mattsen, Dave Rice, Bill Hoot, and Sandy
Harris. From the League we meandered down Main ''K
Street way and saw Osna Palmer, Jim Green, Mimi Well-
ington, Bernie Freidman, Steve Irving and Bob Levin t
all making merry . . . also seen-Johnny Schwarzwalder
and Mary Jordan. And continuing the merry-making in
Detroit at the Wonder Bar were Jane Carey Fristo and
Bill Harrison. Saturday night 'things continued at the
League with the usual dancing. Ann Livingston, Gerry
Michael, Mary Habel, Gunner Ranstrom, Ginny Osgood,
and F4 Valean, all seemed to be having a wonderful time!
"H i Falutin" . .
-k - o merry-making everybody should go to the League next
Saturday night 'cause they've got a real, 'swell program planned. Many of
the stars of this year's JGP, "Hi Falutin" are goingto sing some of the
songs featured in the show and there's goingto be a specialty dance too .
.. We don't know just who all is gonna take part for sure,
but Marion Conde, Margie Schiller, and Mary Ellen Whee-
ler will be on hand. Marion's rendition of "He's Plenty
Good Enough For Me" is really worth hearin'. There's
gonna be a lot of singing going on this week what with
"Patience" opening on Wednesday night. Don't miss it . .
. . Lots of people turned out at the ASU picnic Sunday
afternoon and the swimming was swell . . . also the food!
The Andriolas, Bill Ronn, Gwen Lemon and Ed Burroughs were all there
playing baseball and pitchin' horseshoes, etc. Well, comes the end. Only
one more weekend to go and then you can all take a rest and not have to

Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace (right), Democratic
vice presidential nominee, initiated his friend, Attorney General Robert
H. Jackson (left), into the secret of boomerang throwing at the polo field
in Washington, D. C. The two are shown swinging into action with
Jackson copying Wallace in everything except the yell.

Dressed as Paul Revere, 19-year-old Elaine Summers, daughter of a
Seattle, Wash., attorney, sets out from Chicago on horseback bound for
Washington, D. C., where she plans to stir up opposition to military con-
scription. Miss Summers, a professional model, carried an anti-conscrip-
tion scroll which she said she intends to present to President Roosevelt.

wake up Tuesday morning wondering if

your names got spelled wrong!

Commercial Club
Will Inspect New
Business Machines
Continuing on the Summer Ses-
sion program, the Graduate Com-
mercial Club will hold its sixth meet-
ing at 7:30 tonight in room 2001 Uni-
versity high school.
The main feature of the evening
will be a demonstration of various
office machines many of which have
been made available to the public.
A Burroughs Adding Machine Com-
pany agent will show the Calculator
after which members of the club v:l
inspect the machines.
The evening will be concluded with
cards, games and refreshments in the
recreation room.
The Commercial Club program of
meetings tentatively arranged to in-
clude six . weeks of the Summer
School Session has been extended
indefinitely because of the coopera-
tion and enthusiasm of the students
attending.

Matinees 28c . Evenings 39c
Shows at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
NOW!
A Picture To
Remember!
'FLORIAN'

Babe Young (sliding), New York Giants first sacker, had a busy
day in the first game of a doubleheader with the St. Louis Cards. Here
he is stealing second as Catcher Mickey Owen's peg to Joe Orengo
(jumping), Cardinal second baseman, is high. in addition to the steal,
Young hit two home runs to aid the Giants to a 5-4 decision.

This anti-tank unit, one of thousands dotting the English country-
side as the British prepare to face a German invasion, contrasts sharply
with the placid surroundings. Sheep and ducks move about them un-
concerned.

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YOUNG

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This Associated Press map indicates the location of the forthcoming war games for 301,000 regular army,
national guard and reserve troops this month. If the suggested year's training for the national guard becomes
effective, many men will remain in training through the winter. The largest group will be the First Army in
the East with 91,000 officers and men participating. The numbers indicate the four armies, with No. 4 spllt
between Minnesota and the state of Washington.

SEMI-ANNUAL
C LEARANCE
Continues
Through Saturday
with its Extra-Specials every day.
TODAY is $10.00 DAY
The cream of our better Dresses and Coats
Values to $35.00
Today at $10.00
The dresses - white and pastel - Sum-
mer dresses, dark prints, sheers and crepes,
jacket dresses, redingotes, and dinner and
evening dresses.
Sizes 9-17, 12-46, 10%-26%f.
The Coats-
Black, navy and tweeds - all good for
Fall wear. Sizes 12-40.

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