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JU5LY 13, '1940

TH E MICHIGAN D A.ILY

PAGE THREE

Here's How To Stay Attractive Snapy Togs For
Under Sol's Ever-Brilliant Rays
By PATRICIA STEARNS Taking up another phase of sum-:
Will all you girls with the fallen mer complexions, what are you do-
faces please line up here at the ing with your make-up? Heres a
right, please? Now-you, with the tip>-Use the orangest make-up that
peeling nose! What in heck hap- your particular skin can take! It'ss
pened to you? You look like you all right to be startling and glamor-
tried to fry your face along with the ous inthe winter, with white skin,
morning bacon! and make-up that has a blue base,
And so it goes-the usual summer but in the summer-don't try it!
laments, we mean. "Qoo-o! My sun- Unless you have been living in the
burn!" is the loud cry, and "ooo-o, subway or some other dark place,
my face!" is the, quieter, but more your face is bound to be red. tan.
tragic exclamation. Well, take the or freckled. In any of the three gases,t
first complaint. Anyone can get sun- orange make-up will give your face ..
burned. But-no one has to get sun- a soft glow, and blue-based make-up
burned! We won't delve into the will make you look slightly sick.
freckle problem, because those little Be Careful With Rouge
devils seem to sprout in the sun just Rouge is very tricky-and the:
like mushrooms sprout-in the rain, wrong use of it is more than apt to
So, all we can advise you of the make you look like a clown or a nice,.
freckle class to do is to stand in dark rosy-cheeked apple. Those of you3
corners with white dresses on--to who have narrow faces may wear
give the illusion of a sun-tan, of more rouge with success than those M
course, who have chubby or wide faces. We
Use Tannic Acid For Sun-tan have been told for many years that°
Suppose you find that you are hard rouge should be blended so that it
to tan? Do you just worry about it, doesn't look like a red' patch. This
or do you use some lotion on your is true, of course-but at the same
back and face before you dive into time, don't start blending out along
the cool drink? Well, here's a little your hairline. In other words, you
secret-the preparation that you use should be able to see a distinct
should have a tannic acid base, or change in the hue of your skin where0
some amount of tannic acid in it. the rouge ends..
Finally, on the sn-burned situation, Powder And Lipsticky
don't think that one application of Many girls powder only their
lotion to an afternoon in the hot sun noses in the summer, preferring the "..
is enough! Even if you are not swim- natural tan for the rest of the face. Here's what to wear on those
ming, the lotion should be renewed If you don't approve of this idea, or on any simmering afternoon.
at half-hour intervals, or more often. just be sure to scout around for the match any eady to
shade of powder which comes the match and always ready to play
N " nearest to -matching your complex- hausted. For even the most en
iasn. Get adustingbrush to whiff much freedom. of movement beca
Chi1cago uriest io.Gtadutn'bshowif
off the excess powder, and your choice of light weight material. Li
1 skin will look much fresher for the as you step out onto the court, an
To peak Here trouble. In regard to lipstick, the feel cool.
"follow the natural curve of your
mouth" school of thought has gone
Rev. Wilson Will Discuss on a strike, it seems. If you don't
'Earth's Enterprise' like the natural curve of your mouth,
"Earth's Chief Enterprise" will be ahead and change it! With a little
the sermon subject of the Rev. Ed- practice, you'll find a curve that you
o ik . yo 'l fnd a ur e ha y uB y .. T h e
"win H. Wilson of the Third Uni- do likAnd, trace that curve with f
tarian Church of Chicago at the a stick that matches the color of
morning worship services of the Uni- your rouge,tn
tarian Church at 11 a.m. Sunday. Put together a funny man, a good
Rev.Wilsn wil lad te dicuscomedian, a swell yarn, a dash of
sion of "What Science and Culture Sum nerfleat Boris -Karloff and you have "Ghost
Are Doing to Christianity" at the Breakers," the current feature at the
informal panel dt 7:30 p.m. Other andPaulete Goddstarring Bob Hope
members of the panel will be Prof. ,o.ni
Gardner Williams of the philosophy "Ghost Breakers" is the story of
department of the University of Tole- V oi e Dresses three persons who separately attempt
do, Dr. F. S. Kinney of First Metho- to snatch a silver vein away from
dist ,Church of Galesberg, Rev. R. the rightful owner through the me-
Lester Mondale of the First Unitar- Really, it would seem so! Summer dium of ghosts and a terrifying in-
ian Church of Kansas City, Mo., weather is coming around, and we dividual ala Frankenstin. Paulette
rf Chrch ofKthep hily oph. can bring out those precious voiles Goddard as Mary Carter inherits
epartmnent~arndrProf. John Shepherdand white linens that have been in her ancestral home which is located
of the psychology department. storage. in Havana, Cuba. A beautiful but
Noted for his research on civic pro- There are, however, a large enough ghostly mansion with a tropical set-
blems in Chicago, Rev. Wilson was percentage of those who haven't yet ting for background creates an at-
a guest speaker of the Sixth An- gotten those hitherto unneeded mosphere which you'll long remem-
nual Religious Conference speaking dresses, and here are some sugges- ber.
on "The Church and Community tions for them. Get something with Bob Hope is magnificent in his
lots of skirt, and a bit of lace at the
Life." portrayal of Lawrence Lawrence,
collar. It's so cool looking that it'll Mary's faithful friend and ally. He
make you feel cool. and Willie Best. his valet Alex, turn
'Watermelon Cut' To be more specific, dimity is a in two of the most entertaining per-
good material to get it in, and green formances done during the past year.
Calls Southerners is a very cool looking color-green Hope has a subtle, deadpan humor
dimity with a white rayon check in unsurpassed by this year's crop of
To Dine, Dance it and an Irish lace collar to add comedians.
the prim touch. Another idea is When keeping a rendezvous with
Amid flying watermelon seeds and dotted swiss with the dots in light a notorious gangster whom he had
blue, yellow or red. This material panned during one of his Winchell
empty green rinds, another annual lends itself better to flared skirts, radio broadcasts, Larry finds him-
Watermelon Cut, given by the Sum- whereas dimity shows off to a good self innocently involved in the first
mer Session for southern students, 'advantage in dirndls. murder in a series of three. Mary
came to an end yesterday evening. A bit less light in weight, but still Carter, a dashing, daring young
The ut ws hld rom7'30toggood for the very ht days that are thing, shields him from the police
The ut as hld rom 7:30~ o ther w y ti linen. White is, of by dumping him aboard a Cuba-
pm.i thee ague Grdns and ap- co s tisonets
proxmante leag0sudens andmaphcorses, the best t get this in, for bound boat embedded in her trunk,
poxt tiey5 tudpearntsefroet it's tops in looking crisp and sphis- and from there on her troubles are
South put in their appearance to eat ticated. If a shirtmaker dress is his with gusto.
their home fruit at the expense and your desire, linen is the material Hope has one idea, Goddard has
good wishes of University. Wilber for it. A modified linen classic is oe a ong ith sundr her
C. Worley, Dean of Boys at Andrewasoecm.Brgenu hwit another and along with sundry other
C. Wrle, Dan f Bos a Anrewalso welcome. Brighten up the white curious people they end up at the
Jackson High School, Miami, Fla., with rows of colorful buttons, rib- same pce the end fo one
cut the melon. Mr. Worley has been b inc i b ,

coming to the University for sum- ____r___________ purpose, to get the silver. From
mer graduate study for several years then on, it's every man for himself,
and has been in Florida for 16 years. Nazis Serenade French with Hope occasionally wondering
He was, assisted by Thomas Dodd PARIS, July 10.-(Delayed)-(P) whether he is a man. At the crucial
who is a teacher in Wilderness, Va. -The German Army has begun sere- point of the play, Larry and Mary
Members of the League Summer nading Parisians ih an effort to re- flip a coin to see who faints first-
Council and Miss Barbara MacIn- store some of the gayety to one-time
tyre, assistant social director of the "Gay-Paree."
League, hostessed at the Cut. Fol- Military bands massed under thew
lowing the eating of watermelons, Obelisk in the Place de la Concorde
southern students went to the dance facng the Hotel Crillon are "oomp-
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the ing' operatic airs for crowds gather-
League Ballroom, where Earl Stevens ing in the square.
and his orchestra played several spe-
cial southern pieces.
Heading the list of hostesses at the
dance were seven women students ' .
from the South. They were Penny er ectin t modern eoozikn
Massimini, Atwood Hudson, Selma
Bassett, Eugenia Bibby, Jay Cleary
and Catherine Van Noy. Enoy yoUCo

The Tennis Court

Yankee Night
To Inaugurate DAI LY OF F IC I
New Tradition
(Continued from Page 2)
Earl Stevens To Feature pers will be served. There will be a
Northern Music With door charge of $.15.
Yankee Doodle Theme Monday Book Lecture. Dr. Leonard
Northern students will rally to- A. Parr of the First Congregational
night at a dance especially honoring Church will give the fourth Monday
them at 9 p.m. in the League ball- Book Lecture in the Church Assem-
room when Southern and Northern bly Room on Monday from 3 to 4.
students alike will inaugurate the This lecture will present a group of
new tradition of "Yankee Night." the new oooks fiction, biography,
"Yankee Night" will retaliate with public affairs. This will be the last
the "Watermelon Cut" held last lecture of the series, and the public
night when only Southerners were is cordially invited.
invited to the cut but everyone was A
urged to attend the dance. This new American Federation of Teachers:
custom provided by the joint cooper- Mr. George Guernsey, editor of the
ation of the Summer Session Office American Teacher, will speak after
and the League will be established
annually in the future.
Earl Stevens and his 10-piece band
will play special music characteris-
tic of the North and will feature inW
particular "Yankee. Doodle" and
various Big Ten songs from Northern
colleges.
Betty Hoag, chairman of Saturday
night dances, will head a group
25 hostesses which will welcome stu-
dents from both the North and the
South.
The hostesses include Eleanor
Korstad, Mim Westerman, Catherine
Plum, Ruth Watt, Ann Everets, Hel-
ene Zimmerman, Josephine Clancy,
Marilyn Vogel, Dorothy Vogel, Ev
elyn Icheldinger, Sue Vogt and Bar-
bara Moore.
The usual price of admission is
charged and it is stressed that peo
ple may come with or without part-
ners.
Queen Of Festival
Chosen ForOpening
PORT HURON, July 12. --(,P)-
Michigan's list of 1940 queens was ...
augmented by one here tonight as
19-year-old Eileen Gay received her
crown as "Miss Port Huron" at the
opening of the annual Blue Water
Festival.
The coronation ceremony featured:
the Skippers' Ball, which the Junior
Chamber of Commerce gave in tri- Enjo
bute to the participants in the Port shoe
Huron-Mackinac Yacht race which .
starts tomorrow.
The festival will last three days / and
and will be highlighted by band and
choral concerts,
essence of Bob Hope and Paulette
Goddards' latest triumph. We say
see it,, hear it, and, enjoy it. It's a
thriller for. the six-year-old; it's a
thriller for the 60-year-old; it's fun-
ny, you'll howl; it's Paramount at COLLEGIAT
its best. And we mean, don't miss it!

AL BULLETIN

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supper in the Russian Tea Room of
the Michigan League on~ Monday,
July 15. There will be a discussion
following Mr. Guernsey's talk. All
members of the Federation from all
locals are urged to attend; all othets
interested are cordially invited. Sup-
per will begin at 6 p.m. Carry a tray
down the cafeteria and bring your
selections across the corridor to the
Russian Tea Room.
Pi Lambda Theta formal invitation
dinner will be held Wednesday, July
17, at 6:30 o'clock, at the Michigan
League, in the I*nderson Room.
Members please make dinner reser-
vations with Mrs. Sarah Olmstead,
(Continued on Page 4)

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blazing tennis courts this weekend
You'll be coolly efficient in every
one more when the others are ex-
ergetic player this costume avails
use of the fullness of cut and the
ook smart, stylish and sophisticated
ad remember, if you look cool you'll
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first, that is, after the audience. The
story ends, as all stories do even if
most of the cast has succumbed,
with Hope breaking up the ghosts,
his physical and mental constitution,
and his equilibrium but getting the
money and the girl. All but one
ghost is finally extinguished and no-
body really cares about that one any-
way as when Hope and Goddard be-
gin making plans for the future,
everybody's happy and ready to go
home.
We didn't think it possible to laugh
so hard and at the: same time be
utterly scared to death, but it hap-
pened to us and it'll happen to you
when you experience "Ghost Break-
ers." Chills mixed with grins, ohs
mixed with ahs and we have the

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Whether you're the type that
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