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July 14, 1945 - Image 5

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SUNDAY, JULY 1., 194 5,


Women's Dorms Elect Officers;
Propose Plans for Summer Fun

Women in the residence halls have
been electing officers and planning
summer activities this past week.
Heading Stockwell for the summer
is Gene Clark, president of Delta
Theta Pi. Mary Craigmiles is pres-
ident of Betsy Barbour, and Char-
lotte Wood is acting chairman of
Martha Cook. Women of "both
Engagement o
Lucy C. Wright
Is Announced
Prof. and Mrs. Preston Slosson
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Lucy Chase' Wright,
to Tech. Sgt. Jim Bob Stephenson,
son of Prof. and Mrs. Orlando Steph-
The announcement was made Sun-
day, July 8, at a garden party given
for Miss Wright by her parents and
Mr., and Mrs. Walter 'Badger at the
Badger home.
Both Miss Wright and Sgt. Steph-
enson graduated from ithe University
High School and attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan, from which Miss
Wright obtained her AB in 1944.- She
was a member of Delta Delta. Delta
and Mortarboard, served with the
advertising staff of the Daily, and
was a member of the Women's War
Board. Following her graduation,
Miss Wright was a social worker at
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Mosher and Jordan are balloting and
petitioning for offices this weekend.
The Couzens Hall social season be-
gan Friday evening with a party
carrying out the theme of Friday the
13th. Horseshoes and black cats
were prominent among the decor-
The nurses will retain the ,tudent
officers of last year. Margaret Carl-
son is president of all nurses, Ruth
Hollstein vice-president, and Jean
Billmeier secretary-treasurer.
House teas for residents and friends
will be held every Friday afternoon
during the eight weeks that Martha
Cook will be open.
Stockwell is planning a "sun-deck-!
sing" for this evening, and other
activities for its. eight weeks' session
were planned at a house meeting Fri-
day. Olivyn Pearson is vice-pres-
ident of the house and Beverly Cran-
del is treasurer.
Other officers of Betsy Barbour, a j
house for graduates for the session,t
are Winifred MacFee; vice-president;
Cornelia Johnson, secretary; Jane
Modlin, treasurer; and Edith Kovach,
social chairman.
the University Settlement House in
New York City. At present she is
an assistant director of the local
Sgt. Stephenson, active in Play
Production, and was also a member
of the Men's Glee Club and an offic-
er in the Alpha Nu speech fraternity.
He entered the Signal Corps in the'
Autumn of 1942 and went overseas
in April, 1943. He helped organize
theatrical performances for the army
in Italy and played the leading role
in "Our Town" under the personal
direction of the author, Col. Thorn-
ton Wilder. Sgt. Stephenson is ex-
pected home on furlough late this
summer, and the wedding will take
place shortly thereafter..

Men, Women
Will Register
For Tourney
Registration for the summer sports
tournament sponsored by the
Women's Physical Education Depart-
ment will continue through Thurs-
Men as well as women may parti-
cipate in golf and tennis. Two-ball
foursomes and women's singles are
offered in golf, and in tennis mixed
doubles and women's singles and
doubles. Badminton and archery
will also be open.
Registration blanks must be hand-
ed in at the Physical Education De-
partment office in Barbour Gym or
at the desk in the Women's Athletic
Building by Thursday. Gaines will
be played next weekend.
Tournament Registration Blank
Name .............................:

THE ADDITION OF A WHITE SNOOD net to her summer wardrobe is
a "must" for songstress Rrth Davey, of Mutual's "Fresh-Up Show."
She drapes the net under her low chignon, adds a white grosgrain
bandeau and is ready for tennis court or the links.
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If you freckle easily, give three
big cheers for yourself. Science has
just crowned you with distinction.
An exhaustive series of experiments
conducted sometime ago by two Bel-
gian scientists, Dr. Van Guinterthael
and Dr. Roger, reveal that if you
have freckles, you have vibrant health
and buoyant spirits far greater than
your unfreckled sisters. And you
very definitely have sex appeal.
According to an article in "She"
Magazine for July, freckles are not
due to imperfect pigmentation nor
to any other defect in a woman's
skin. Nor are they caused primar-
ily by exposure to the sun. Freck-
les are far more than merely "skin
When there is high activity of two
or the most important glands of in-
ternalrsecretion, the adrenal and
pituitary glands. they produce a cer-
tain pigment known as melanin, and
this pigment is deposited on the skin
in an irregular pattern. The adrenal
and pituitary glands are considered
among the richest sources of vita-
man C and a high content of this

Summer may be hardly well begun
in Ann Arbor, but behind the scenes,
in stores, fall has arrived with a
vengeance in the guise of shipments
of clothes that will be on the racks
when coeds come home for Christ-
ihas vacation.
So far, fall fashions seem to be
merely a revision of summer cottons.
In fact, in the words of a Detroit
buyer, recently back from New York,
summer frocks are simply the "cot,-
ton samples" of fall styles.
Sleeves for Wools
The same cap sleeves and easy
shoulders that make your chambrays
and ginghams so comfortable are ap-
pearing in soft wools and gabardines.
Bows of every manner and descrip-
tion are very much in evidence and
range from huge, floppy bows on
necklines to neat businesslike little
ones perched in most unexpected
places, on shoulders, hips and sleeves.

last season. The improvement is
most noticeable in gabardines and,
other hard finish materials.

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ersonalized hair style and a proffes-
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the morale in hot weather, and to
you look cool and feel comfortable.

Skirts are predominently straight
and narrow again, and the kilt or
wraparound style is still good. Don't
be surprised to find an occasional
dirndl lurking among the slim skirts
to lend a little variety, but if you
have pleats on your mind, you'll look
long and hard. The plaids and flan-
nels you'll wear with sweaters are
the exception.
Low Necklines

(Continued from Page 4)
(12 noon EWT), Thursday, July 19,
League Ballroom. . (Note change of
place of luncheon.) Conference at
12 noon CWT (1 p.m. EWT), A B C
Room, Michigan League. Subject:
"Why learn a foreign language?"
Dean Hayward Keniston. Those in-
terested who cannot attend the
luncheon are welcome to come to the
Annual Summer Reception of the
International Center. The annual
summer reception for new foreign
students, given by the Counselor to
Foreign Students and his staff, will
be held in Rackham Assembly Hall,
Wednesday, July 18, froi 8 to 11
p. m. American faculty and students
are especially invited to meet the'
foreign students.
French Tea Tues.day at 4 p.m.
EWT (3 p.m. CWT) in the Grill
Room of the Michigan League.
French Club: The third meeting
of the Club will be held Thursday,
July 19 at 8 p.m. EWT (7 p.m. CWT)
in the Michigan League. Mr. Pierre
Raynaud, a junior in the school of
engineering, a Frenchman who spent
15 yea-rs in Morocco, will speak on:
"Le Moroc". Group singing, games
and a social hour. All students, ser-
vicemen and Faculty people interest-
ed are welcome.
Phi Delta Kappa. The regular
weekly meeting of Phi Delta Kappa
will be held at the Michigan Union

on Tuesday, July 17, at 6:30 p.m. Dr.
Bonner Crawford will lead a discus-
sion on "The Effects of Interest on
Success in Learning." Members of
all chapters are cordially invited. The
group will assemble at the desk in the
lobby and proceed through the cafe-
teria line to the faculty dining room.
A.I.E.E.eThe first meeting in the
summer term of the Michigan Stu-
dent Branch of the American So-
ciety of Electrical Engineers will be
held Wednesday, July 18, 6:30 p. m.
(CWT) at the Michigan Union. Mr.
R. Schell of International Detrola
Corporation will speak on the topic
"Radio Land-Mine Detectors." All
students of electrical engineering are
Conference on the United States
in the Postwar World. July 23 to
August 3. Special bulletin available
in the Summer Session Office, Room
1213 Angell Hall. Distinguished vis-
iting lecturers.
Social Dancing Class: The social
dancing class sponsored by the Wo-
mens Department of Physical Educa-
tion will meet on Wednesday even-
ing, July 18th at 7:30 CWT (8:30
EWT) in Barbour Gymnasium.
Please note the change in the place
of meeting which is for this week
La Sociedad Hispanica will give a
picnic on Tuesday. July 17. Those
interested in attending are asked to
meet in front of the Rackham Build-
ing July 17 at 4 p.m. (EWT) and to
bring their cwn refreshment. All
students interested in Spanish are
cordially invited.
La Sociedad Hispanica will meet
Wednesday and Thursday, July 18
and 19, in the International Center,
at 4 p.m., for their regular weekly

Carillon Recital. Percival Price,4 t a
University Carillonneur. 2.15 p.m. 314 South State St.
CWT (3:15 p.m. EWT).

teas. Don't miss this opportunity to
practice Spanish.
Events Today
Sunday, July 15: Services in Ann
Arbor churches.




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Dressy dresses go the limit with
low necklines and either very short
sleeves or the new full bishop sleeve.
This fall, you'll turn your back if you
want to seem fashion-wise, for the
seemingly plain dresses if viewed from
the fore are apt to be foils for un-
believably. large bustles or surpris-
ingly net shoulders in the back.
Most encouraging of all is the fact
that, on the whole, quality of mater-
ials and workmanship surpass last
fall's offerings. Wools will be much
better and few labels will bear the
reprocessed, reused tags so frequent

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For the young sophisticate
who knows her way about --
BLACK is the answer for
everything. In cottons or
sheer or some of the ex-
tremely smart new things in
one- and two-puce styles.
Black spells enchantment.

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