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', JULY 12, 1940

THE MICHIJAN DAILY

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Worley To Officiate At Watermelon Cut Tonight

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Thomas Todd
To Assist Dean
At Yearly Event
Southern Women Students
To Head Hostess Group
At Dance Following Cut
Wilber C. Worley, Dean of Boys at
Andrew Jackson High School at Mi-
ami Florida, has been named to do
the cutting at the annual Water-
melon Cut given today by the Sum-
mer Session for all students here
from the south.
Miss Beth O'Roke, assistant sctcial
director of the League, made this an-
nouncement yesterday, and also nam-
ed Thomas D. Todd as Mr. Worley's
assistant. Mr. Worley has been com-
ing to the University for summer
graduate study for several years and
has been in Florida for 16 years. Mr.
Todd teaches in Wilderness, Va.
Cut to Begin at 7 :30 'p.m.
The Cut is to be held from 7:30 to
9 p.m. in the League Gardens, and
is to be free of charge for students
from the following states: Alabama,
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Del-
aware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas,
Kentucky, Lousiana, Mississippi,
Montana, Maryland, New Mexico,
North Carolina, Oklahoma, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
and West Virginia.
After the Watermelon Cut there
will be a dance in the League Ball-
room, and Earl Stevens and his or-
chestra will play special Southern
music. Ellen Wheeler, '4lEd, summer
social chairman of the League, urged
that students from both North and
South attend this part of the affair.
Southerners to Head Hostesses
Seven southern women students
will head the list of 25 hostesses to
officiate at the dancenannounced
Jeanne Massimini, '42, in charge of
Friday night dances. ,
Hostessing at the Watermelon Cut
will be taken care of by Miss Barbara
MacIntyre, assistant social director
of the League, and the Summer Lea-
gue Council, which includes Virginia
Osgood, president of the League,
Marion Counde, Barbara DeFries,
Margaret Hubbard, Ruth Streelman,
Rosebud Scott, Dee Skinner, Jane
O'Brien, Agnes Landers, Betty Hbag,
Miss Wheeler and Miss Crump.
Highway Employes Asked
For Political Contributions
DETROIT, July 11.-((A))-The
Detroit news said today that some
employes of the Detroit District Of-
fice of the State Highway Depart-
ment had been asked to contribute
"at least one per cent of their an-
nual salary" to the Van Wagoner-
For-Governor Campaign Fund.

Culotts For Afternoon Wear

"Simple Black'
Chic For Town
Cool Freshness Of Black
Stressed For July
With the yearly advent of mid-
July, fashion copy begins to stress,
much to the honest amazement of
many women, the chic of the "simple
black" for town and dress wear.
Strange as this may sound on one
of those broiling days of summer, a
black gown, with the proper acces-
sories, can bring about a cool mien
and a sense of serene freshness that
is utterly lacking in the shiny face-
bright cotton ensemble.
Favorite complements to the basic
dress are immaculate and shining
white pull-on gloves, and an enor-
mous black cartwheel straw to shade
the eyes.
The costume jewelry found in such
abundance these days on the de-
partment store counters of America
is the source of endless variations.
Porcelain is the curernt favorite,
mounded in the form of flowers, and
ranging in size from tiny chokers to
long and complicated lei effects.
An interesting model for the pen-
cil-slim woman is one of rayon crepe,
made with a horizontally tucked bo-
dice. The skirt is cast in the new
straight mold, fitting smoothly over
the hips and the three-quarter, push-
up sleeves are cool and flattering.

TWO ON THE AISLE
By... The Two B's ...

Michigan Theatre offers a wide va-
riety of short features."Pony Ex-
press," a brevity done in Technicolor,
shows the difficulties faced when the
first pony express line was establish-
ed. A "Circus Today" cartoon and
novelty skit are particularly good
selections.

"Earthbound" At The Michigan
In the eternal triangle, Andrea
Leeds as Ellen, Lynn Bari as Linda
and Warner Baxter as Nicky make
up the three-cornered symbol of
"Earthbound" which arrived at the
Michigan Theatre yesterday. It is a
movie with a moral under the guid-
ance of a little fellow in black (we
still can't figure out who or what he
is) impersonated by Charley Grape-
win. The play deals with the adven-
tures of a ghost living on earth.
Nicky, murdered by Linda near
the beginning of the play, finds it
difficult to resign himself to the fact
that he is actually on earth but is
unable to be seen or heard by any-
one except one who refuses to ex-
plain his supernatural power.
It is amusing to see him present
at his own funeral, running about the
court room trying to sway the jury
with his inaudible speeches. How-
ever, he considers his life of ghostly
exsistence well spent when he is fin-
ally able to force this knowledge of
the crime into the subconscious mind
of his wife.
Ellen, the faithful wife, comes
through with two dramatic speeches
when she denies the justice of the
court, and when she pleads with a
condemmed prisoner determined to

shield the culprit. Henry Wilcoxon
portrays Jeff who tries to cover his
wife's guilt.
Musical Background Unusual
A snow-covered peak in the Swiss
Alps furnishes an ideal setting for
the mood created by Nicky and Ellen
at the beginning of the play. In cor-
relation with the settings, the un-
usual handling of the musical back-
ground flavors this worth-seeing pic-
ture. Choir selections exquisitely done
make up the greater part of the ac-
companiment and add a certain
touch not obtained by the customary
orchestration.
The appearance of Nicky's spirit
is continuously supplemented by a
weird musical wailing which builds
up the impressiveness of the final
scene. The combination of a misty
atmosphere and the concluding ac-
tion of Nicky permits every theater-
goer his own interpretation.
While we would recommend this
picture as relaxation over the week-
end, we do not say it is a particularly
intellectual or stimulating piece of
cinema.
In addition to "Earthbound" the

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Values to 5.95
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345 Maynard Street

Here's an appropriate costume for that bicycling spree you're plan-
ning this weekend. It combines smartness and comfort. The culotts
could be worn with your favorite sweater, or a halter for that wonder-
ful tan you'd like to get. The jacket could also be worn over a skirt
or slacks.

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Recreational Play
Activities Offered
Summer St udents
Are you a stooge, or aren't you
a stooge? Do you spend 15 hours per
day in the library, or do you take
time out to imbibe some good old
vitamin D? There's nothing like a
little wholesome relaxation mixed in
with book larnin' to keep you looking
fine and feeling even better.
The campus has much to offer the
summer school student in recreation-
al activities. There are four cement
courts and about a dozen clay courts
in back of the Mosher-Jordan Halls.
Miss Beise or Miss Hartwig will be
around to give the beginner a point-
er or two should she want instruc-
tion.
Then there's canoeing on the Hu-
ron River and Miss Crowe will be
glad to help out there. One can al-
so rent badminton equipment from
the Women's Athletic Building or
take a fling at archery and swim-
ming. Even picnic equipment can be
obtained from the Women's Athletic
Biulding. So do come out and find
your place in the sun!

'Teen-Agers' Seek
Western Golf Title
SOUTH BEND, Ind., July 11.-(YP)
-Two 'teen-age girls from the
N'orthwest-Eileen Quinlan of St.
Paul and Georgia Tainter of Fargo,
N. D.,-match strokes tomorrow over
the South Bend Country Club course
for the 1940 Junior Title of the West-
ern Women's Golf Association.
The 16-year-old St. Paul entryj
won her way into the finals today
by eliminating 'Jeanne Cline of
Bloomington, Ind., one up in 19 holes.
Miss Tanter disposed of Indiana's
only remaining contender, Mae Lou-
ise Davisson of Leesburg, 4 and 2.
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In- the July Sales
at GOODYEAR'S
Fruit oftherLoom
EXTRA-WEIGHT
SHEETS and CASES
GREAT NEWS for homemakers who always like to have1
plenty of everything! Great news for housekeepers who
want to replenish thriftily! The remarkable values in this
JULY SALE of SHEETS and CASES are the same as last
season's, in spite of the upward trend of cotton prices.

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Phone 8270

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Our Summer SALE of

Fruit of
the Loom

U. of M.
Quality

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LUSIVES

Famous Junior Fashions-SPECIALLY PRICED

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and$1 .95
5 Formerly to $22.95"

Sizes
54" x99" SHEETS
63" x99" SHEETS
63" x 108" SH EETS
72" x 99" SH E ETS
72" x 108" SHEETS
81"x 99" SHEETS
81" x 108 SHEETS
90" x 108" SHEETS
42" x 36" CASES
45" 36" CASES
42" x 381/" CASES
45" x 38'" CASES

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For Gadabouts
Who Dote on Prints
on
WHITE and DARK
GROUNDS...
COOL as the dew on the morning
flowers.
COOL as the breeze at the ocean
front.
COOL as a sudden summer shower.
Your Ideal Summer Dresses.
and they're Washable!
If you're off for the fairs, vaca-
tioning around home, or dashing
about the campus . . . you'll need
a dainty print as "packable" as
these. They say "scat" to wrinkles
and dust and keep their freshness
all summer long. Feminine, yet
tailored in a wide selection of
styles. Misses and Women's sizes,
12-46, 16 f2 to 26 f. Juniors,
9-17.

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SPECIAL JULY SELLING!
Kenwood Reliance
BLARKETS

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SPECIALLY PURCHASED in the Spring market, here's a blanket
value that can't be repeated! Closely woven of not less than
75% wool, it knows the famous Kenwood trick of warmth
without weight, possesses, that sought-after combination of
lasting beauty and long wear. In green, royal blue, claret
red or cedar with matching rayon and silk binding. 72" x
84" size.

Sheers - Bembergs
Crepes
July Clearance Prices
10.00 7.00 5.00
were 7.95 to 16.95
Bembergs, Spun Rayons,

Pastel Crepes . .

. 'Dark Sheers . . Prints,.

'Batiste ... Chambray .. . Novelty Cottons

QOODYEAR'S
DOWNTOWN and STATE STREET STORES
WILL CLOSE AT ONE O'CLOCK
SATURD)AY AFTERINOONS

PRICES FAR LESS THAN USUAL on these distinctive fashions, so particularly flattering to

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