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PAGE FIVE

Summer Prom Will Be Open
To Civilians, Servicemen Here

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Following in the footsteps of last
Summer's only all-campus dance, the
Summer Prom to be held from 8:30
p.m. to midnight Aug. 14 in Water-
man Gym will be open to all civil-
ianis and servicemen stationed here.
The orchestra for the dance is still
unnamed, but the announcement will
be made shortly, Chuck Dotterrer,
44, general chairman of the central
committee, said yesterday.
Last summer's dance was held in
the Intramural Building, with Hal
IcIntyre and his orchestra. "This
sear we decided to hold the dance a
little closer to campus," Dotterrer
said. "There hasn't been an all-
ca,mpus dance actually on the cam-
pus for a long time."
The only big dance to be held here

during the summer termnthe Prom
is -being offered 'early 'enough for
summer session students as well as
those enrolled in the term to attend.
Members of the centrol committee
for the dance include Carol >MicCor-
mick, music; John Clippert, floor;
Roy Boucher and Rupert Straub,
tickets; Erwin Larsen and Dean
Monson, publicity; and Libby Swish-
er, patrons.
Patrons and the opening date of
the ticket sale will- be announced
later when the orchestra is named.
Proceeds from the dance will be do-
nated to the Bomber Scholarship.
USO To Hold
Servicemen's
Dance Today
All servicemen stationed on cam-
pus are invited to attend the Uni-
versity USO dance to be held from
7:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. today in the
League, it was announced by Monna
Heath, '44, )president of the Women's
War Council.
The hostesses, who 'are till members
of 'the newly created University USO
Volunteers, will be on hand to greet
the guests. The Grand Rapids room.
will feature dancing to the tunes of
a juke box.
IFor those who do not care to dance'
there will be checkers, cards, and
bingo in the Kalamazoo Room.

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Members of WAAAF Become 'Physically Fit'

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Bill Sawyer
To Play Today
League Dance To Feature New
Melody from MGM's 'Russia'
A new Jerome Kern tune,' 'And
Russia Is Her Name," will be the fea-
ture attraction of the League dance
to be held from 9 a.m. to midnight
today in the ballroom, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Bill Sawyer,
band leader.
The dance 'is open to coeds, stu-
dents and servicemen. "Because. of
the marvelous response to the Friday
and Saturday dances," Sawyer stat-
ed, "servicemen in uniform will now
receive a 30 cents reduction in ad-
mission price. As the dances are run
on a non-profit basis, the reduced
rates will be continued as long as
we can break even."
The new song which is to be fea-
tured is from the MGM picture,
"Russia," and Sawyer expressed the
belief that this would be the first
time it has been played in Ann Arbor.

The latest news on how to
add oomph to that summer or
all-time romance of yours!

HOSIERY
Extr rSheer Rayon2Mesh
by Archer $1.23
Sheer Rayon Walking
Chiffon 97c
Sheer Seamless Cotton Lisle
$1.00
Argyle Sox - All Colors
49c
SMARTEST
H OSIERY S HOPPE
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SEASIDE EXERCISES: On a beach at Sydney, N.S.W., these members of the WAAF go through
physical and recreational exercises with poise and grace.

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natural, Cupid blue, blush
pink, buttercup, wood violet,
jade, Chinese cherry, white,
black, brown, pavy. 32 to 40.
Short-sleeveil sweater 3.95
Long-sleeved sweater 3.95
Cardigan 4.95
PLAID SKIRTS
You can Mix or Match.
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beauties.
24 to 30 waists.
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To Hold Open
House Sunday
The WAA Playhouse will be open
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday to entertain serv-
icemen stationed on campus, it was
announced yesterday.
The affair which will take place in
the Women's Athletic Building lo-
cated on the corner of Forest Ave.,
'and N. University will provide indoor
and outdoor recreation. Bridge,
checkers, chess, and backgammon
will be the attractions in the lounge
while volley ball, badminton, shuffle-
board, baseball and croquet will be
held outside.
WAA Tennis Club
To Meet at 5 P.M.
There will be a meeting of all wo-
men interested in joining the tennis
club at 5 p.m. today at the W.A.B. it
was announced yesterday by Jean
Gaskell, head of the WAA.
Sign up sheets for the tennis tour-
nament will also be posted in the
W.A.B. and anyone interested is re-
quested to sign up by noon tomor-
row. There will be a women's singles
and a mixed doubles tournament.
FDR ESTABLISHES MEDAL
WASHINGTON, July 29.- IP)-
President Roosevelt established to-
day, by executive order, a "Women's
Army Corps Service Medal."

Weddings
CNand 1/10

EngagementsI
Maj. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Eddy
of Ann Arbor have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara Lou to John Smith Crandell II,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alger Buell
Crandell of Ann Arbor. No date has
been set for the wedding.
Miss Eddy is a freshman in the
University and a member of Kappa
Phi, Methodist sorority. She is also
a member of the University Women's
Riding Club.
Mr. Crandell is a member of the
class of '44 and is a member of Theta
Delta Chi fraternity. He is now in
the V-12 training program on cam-
pus. He also played on the football
team his junior year.
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Women's Riding Club
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Final Clearanc ,e
Summer.

ym Tomorrow
"Members of the University Wom-
n's Riding Club will meet at 8 a.m.
omorrow in front of Barbour Gym-
asium for an hour ride," Patricia
[cGinnis, acting president of the
aub announced yesterday.
"Persons interested in riding with
he club are invited to try out," Miss
McGinnis added. "A certain skill in
orsemanship must be demonstrated
efore membership will be extended."
Members of Crop and Saddle are

WAA TOURNAMENT
Everyone entered in the WA
golf tournament must play nir
holes on the University Go
Course, record their score and tur
it in to the W.A.B. by Aug. 9,
was announced., yesterday by Jea
Gaskell, WAA head.
riding with the University Wome
Riding Club this summer. The club
planning to continue throughout t
16 weeks.

Ann Arbor announce the recent ma
riage of their daughter Christa
George J. Cooke, son of Mr. and M
George E. Cooke of Toronto, Ont.
Mrs. Cooke is a graduate of Clea
College in Ypsilanti and Mr. Coo
graduated from the College of E
gineering.

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COATS...
ODDS AND ENDS in fitted and chesterfield styles, in
black, navy, twill, blues, tans and tweeds. Sizes 9-17,
10-44, 161/2-241.

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SUITS...--
Two groups of summer suits, in black, navy, brown, red
and pastels in linen, shantung, gabardine. Sizes 9-20.

At 10.00,

12.95, and 14.95

SUITS

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LAST CHANCE for fanciers of these wonderful casual
clothes to get them at end-of-the-season savings, Dresses,
suits, slacks, skirts, blouses, even a few hats and bags. A
grand opportunity to give your summer wardrobe a "lift"
with good investment fashions.
5 RAYON SHANTUNG SUITS, Sizes 10 to 16...
Were 29.95
1 RAYON TWILL SUIT, Size 14 ..... Was 29.95

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I RAYON FAILLE SUIT-DRESS, Size 10

Was 25.00

BETTER DRESSESo.
Beautiful dresses of all kinds. Pastels, navy,
prints, sheers, meshes, jerseys . . . many suit
Also a few dinner dresses. Sizes 9-17, 10-44,
26/2.
At 10.00, 12.95, 16.95

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black,
types.
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Have you -been looking for
Petti clothes? JUNE GREY has
all the latest styles. Pleated all
the war, 'round skirts . .. sum-
mer or winter, slack suits, too.
The summer Petti skirts in
fetching colors at $3.95, the
winter wools at $5.95. Long and
short-sleeved slack suits at
$13.95.
IS THE
What to do with that spare
lipstick, comb, and powder on
your date. Just the thing
small make-up bags with a
clever drawstring at the top.
You can find these in printed
materials of blue, pink or white
at the MADEMOISELLE SHOP
for only 25 cents
TIME
Time to stock up on your
supply of sweaters. Those ador-
able station wagon knitteds at
the CAMPUS SHOP are just
what you want. At $7.95 in
dark and light green, dark red,
tan, white, pink, black, and
light blue.

Exactly what you need..
a beautifully designed
sandal of soft, minute-
ly-scaled reptile ... to
complement all of your
clothes! TOWN BROWNI
BLACK!

DRESSES . .. 5.00, 7.00
Cottons, spun rayons, jerseys, and Bembergs. Sizes
9-17, 10-44, 1612-2612. Including a few dance dresses
and some maternity, dresses.
SHORTIE COATS...
At 7.00 and 8.95 of corduroy and rayon velour; of
cotton at 3.95.
SKIRTS...
of printed jersey, butcher linen, luana at 2.95 and 3.95.
CULOTTES at 2.00 and 2.95
and St For the convenience
of Defense Workers
we open on Mondays at
12 noon arid close at

2 RAYON SHANTUNG DRESSES, Size 10 only....
Were 25.00
2 PRINTED RAYON CREPE DRESSES, Size 16 only
Were 25.00
3 RAYON SHANTUNG DRESSES, Sizes 12, 14 and 16
Were 22.95
1 COTTON CHAMBRAY DRESS, Size 18. .Was 17.95
9 VINE PRINT RAYON CREPE BLOUSES, Sizes 101
to 16 . . . Were 9.95
8 Prs. RAYON FAILLE SLACKS, Sizes 10 to 16. ..
Were 12.95
3 RAYON FAILLE WRAP-AROUND SKIRTS,
Sizes 14 and 16 . . . Were 9.95
A FEW HATS that were 5.00
AND HANDBAGS that were 6.95
Sorry, all sales must be final!

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What could be more alluring
than that shiny chintz? Out-
fits to make you feel and look
gay at THE DILLON SHOP for
$10.95. Then for that matching
short and skirt outfit - see
their selection at $6:95. All the
latest styles and colors of sweat
shirts, too.

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