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SUNDAY, IJULY 20, 194

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THE MItHIGAN IJAILY

First

Formal

Dance of

Summer

Session

Will

Be

Held

Friday

Starlight Ball
To Be Given
At the Casbah
The first formal of the sum-
mer and the most important so-
cial even~t to date will be th-e
"Starlight Ball" to be heldefrom
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday at the,
Casbah,
For the occasion the Casbah
will assume an entirely new at-
mosphere. Decorations will fol-
low the "starry" theme and the,
music of Al Chase and his band
will complete the dreamy mood.
Intermission; entertainment is
planned and programs will be
given to every couple. Dress for
men is optional, but there will
be no corsages for the women.
Women attending the dance
have been given special 1:30 a.m.
permission. The tickets, which
are $2.00 a couple, will go on sale I
Monday at the League and Union
desks. Only 300 tickets are avail-
able.

COURT PLEATS-The influ-
ence of pleats is making itself
felt even on the badminton
court. The sports dress shown
above as pictured in the June
issue of Junior Bazaar is of
black and white poplin, all in
one piece. A black leather belt
goes about the waist.
Need Hostesses
The dancing classes held from
7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays in the
League Ballroom are still in need
of hostesses, according to Mrs.
Iona Hendrian, social director of
the League.
The girls are admitted free,
and beginners and intermediate
classes are also open to couples,
she said.

Graduate Club
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet at 2:30 today at the
Northwest Entrance of Rackham
Hall for an afternoon of bicycling
and swimming.

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Weddings &
Engagements
The marriage of Miss Bette
Carolyne Willemin to Donald A.
.Holman took place in Ann Arbor
recently.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G .Willemin
of Ann Arbor. Mr. Holman's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. George Hol-
man of Detroit.
A graduate of the University,
the new Mrs. Holman is affiliated
with Alpha Chi Omega. She was
a member of Mortarboard, Wy-
vern, and Pi Lambda Theta hon-
orary societies.
Mr. Holman, also a University
graduate, is a member of Phi Eta
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Sphinx
and Druids honorary societies.
The couple will live in High-
land Park.
* *. *
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Atwood of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Harriet, to Robert N. Van Ranst,
son of the C. W. Van Ransts of
Dearborn.
Both the couple attend the Uni-
versity. Miss Atwood is a mem-
ber of Collegiate Sorosis and
Mr. Ranst is affiliated with Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thielman
of Dearborn announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Char-
line, to Donald Draper, son of
the Walter Drapers of Hunting-
ton Woods.
Miss Thielman, a June graduatel
of the University, is a member of
Alpha Omicron Pi. Mr. Draper,
a pre-dent student, is a member t
of Sigma Phi Epsilon.t
The engagement of Marietta
Cameron to Russell Rathbun, sonr
of the Winfred Rathbuns of Fer-s
rand Park, has been announcedE
by .the bride's parents, the Ar-t
thur Camerons of Detroit.i
The bride-elect is a graduate oft
the University. Her fiance at-
tended North Carolina State Col-
lege and Wayne University. t
Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Schaiblet
of Manchester have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Virginia, to Don R. Parker ofr
Detroit.
A graduate of the University,
Miss Schaible is affiliated withC
Alpha Gamma Delta. Mr. Park-f
er, a senior at the University isI
a member of Alpha Tau Omega.,
The couple plans an Augustt
wedding.

(Continued from Page 4)

Couples of the Guild will
Beginning Life Drawing, Mrs. Vir- Potluck Supper in the
gil Clark, instructor. House.
Fri., Jul. 25, 8 p.m., Duplicate

hold a
Guild

'BABY' FIXES HUBBY HIS LUNCH-Mrs. Delores Loman j
Schuffer, 13, fixes a sandwich for her husband, James, 20, who
was originally hired as her "baby sitter" in Springdale, Pa., while
her mother worked.

Bridge.
Ci urch es
First Congregational Church
10:45 a.m.-Dr. Parr's subject
will be "The Eloquence of Rust."
2:45 p.m.-Student Fellowship
Group will meet at Guild House
for Annual Summer Reunion and
Picnic at Saline Valley Farms. Dr.
Parr will conduct the outdoor wor-
ship service.
Morning worship at the First
Presbyterian Church at 10:45 a.m.
Dr. Lemon's sermon will be
"Things That Matter Most."
At 5 o'clock, Dean E. Blythe
Stason will speak on "As the
World looks to a Jurist." Supper
will be served at the CoL~ncil
Ring at 6 o'clock. Everyone wel-
come.
First Baptist Church
512 East Huron
C. H. Loucks, Minister and Stu-
dent Counselor, Roger Williams
Guild House, 502 E. Huron.
Sunday-10:00-Church School.
Student Class in the Guild House.
11:00-Church Worship. Sermon
"The Prodigal Son." There is a
Kindergarten for small children.
6:00-The Guild meets for Fel-
lowship and Worship in the Guild
House. Mr. Geo. Cole, former Y.
Secretary in Washington will talk
on "Life's Chief Decisions."
As cost supper is served.

University Lutheran Chapel:
Sunday service at 11:00 a.m., with
sermon by the Rev. Alfred Scheips,
"Life's Decisive Choices."
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stu-
dent Club: Supper Meeting at 5:15
Sunday at the Student Center.
Friends Meeting for Worship.
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. at Unitarian
Church, 1917 Washtenaw Ave. Pot
luck dinner at 12:00.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
409 South Division Street
10:30 a.m.: Sunday Lesson Ser-
mon. Subject "Life." 11:45'a.m.:
Sunday School.
8:00 p~m. Wednesday evening
testimonial meetings. This
church maintains a free Reading
Room at 706 Wolverine Build-
ing, Washington at 4th, which is
open daily except Sundays and
holidays from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Here the Bible and
Christian Science literature in-
cluding all the works of Mary
Baker Eddy may ue reaa, oorrow-
ed or purchased.
Memorial Christian Church:
(Disciples of Christ) Hill and Tap-
pan Streets.
10:50 a.m. Morning Worship.
Sermon by Reverand F. E. Zendt.
Nursery for children during the
service.
The Congregational-Disciples
Guild: Meet at the Guild house,

DRILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Summer Reunion will b held at
the University Fresh Ai bCamp in-
stead of Saline Valley Farms. Call
5838 if you have not nade a res-
ervation.
First Church of Christ, Seientist.
409 S. Division Street.
Sunday, morning sric,10:30.
Subrect: "Lifes"
Sunday school at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service at
8 pm
The Lutheran Student Associa-
tion will meet Sunday at 3:00 pen.
at Zion Lutheran Parish Hall309
East Washington Street, and leave
from there for an outdoor meet-
ing at the North Lake cottage of
Miss Jeannette Graf. In case of
raMi the meeting will be held at
5:30 p.m. at the Parish lll. Bib
Hour will be at the usual hour of
9:15 a.m. at the Center, 1304 Hill
Street.
Worship services in Zion and
Trinity Lutheran Churches e-
10:30 a.m.
Unity: Sunday services at Unity
Chapel, 310 S. State St. Marie
Munro, minister, will give a re--
port on the International Nea
Thought Alliance Congress from
which she just returned.s
The Wednesday night Study
Group will continue through July
meeting at 7:30i
The Reading :Roomswill;be
open only on Wednesday and Fri-
day (11-2 p.m.) except by special
appointment for the remainder
of the month. Phone for consul-
tatioh

Friday-----6:00

The Married 4 .18 Maynard Street at 2:45. The

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The-swinging Bolero of
crisp white bird's eye pique
over a balloon cloth rope
print in black, copen blue,
brown, coral or green with
white. Sizes 10 to 18.
JULY SALE
PRICE
14y95
Originally $25.00

By BEVERLY DIPPEL and
PREDRICA WIN'TERS

"When is a woman not a wom-
an?"

'When she is a mattress."
Women unite! No, not for po- This brings up the problem of
litical purposes, but for the in- the male angle which has admit-
alienable right of every woman tedly influenced fashion since
to look as well as she can using Paris was a village. The gentle-
the materials with which she hasman don't like their women with
the marilwhwlower extremities completely con-
o wr cealed, with shoes that cover the
This year, it seems, the high ankle (the only part of the legs
moguls of fashion, usually our not already hidden by the elong--
staunchest. supporters, have turn- ated skirts), and with easily dame-
ed and bitten the hand that pays ageable padding.
them. They've done their best l We think new styles deserve
in their designing of fall clothes new names, and just to prove that
to make the American woman ap- we aren't bitter here are our nom-
pear paunchy, dumpy, weak an- inations for style names of the
kled, and heir to glandular dis- coming year.
turbances. "The drop-dead bustle"
After years of willing slavery "the harem-scarem skirt"
to the pencil-slim figure we are "the galoshe that masquerades as
suddenly told to develop all sorts a shoe" . . . "the Herculean hip"
of difficult-to-obtain curves. De- . . .and "the iron-lung bodice."
signers are helpful on this score
however, about as helpful as Jun-
ior slicing bread with a hatchet. quare Dancing
They offer us weird varieties of
Grandma's 17 petticoats in the Square dances are held from 7
form of padding to be worn un- to 9' p.m. every Monday in the
der the new creations. This sit- ballroom at the League.
uation will undoubtedly give rise Scott Colburn is the caller. Aft-
to comment of the following var-. er the dances Colburn will teach
iety from unfettered males. calling to those intereted

Gujid: Meet at the Guild House, tatioii.

COLLEGE SHOP

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What could be nicer or smarter than these
shadow-cool ensembles!
The new-again Redingote, in soot-black
butcher linen with print cuffs and lapels
to match the bow-tied dress (pink, blue,
and maize shantung musical print.)
Sizes 12 to 20

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JULY SALE PRICE
$16.95
Originally $29.95

OTHER JULY CLEARANCE
VALUES

DRESSES
$10.00 and 14.95
Crepes in black and colors.
Prints, bembergs, and shan-
tungs. Better cottons. Many
values to 29.95
5.00 and 7.30
Marvelous values in cottons
and spun prints. Sizes in both
groups 9-15, 10-44, 162-241,.
Maternity Dresses and Play
suits in .all groups
Coats - wool fleece - cov-
erts - suede. Pastels and
Navy and Black. July Sale
22.50 - 29.95. Original values
to 59.95. Sizes 9-44.
Suits - wools and rayons in
pastels and dark colors. July
Sale Price 14.95 - 19.95 -

Better Handbags and Cos-
tume Jewelry originally to
22.95 at 5.00 -- 7.00 - 10.00.
Blouses at 1.98 - 2.98 - 3,98
and 5.00 also Handbags -
Costume Jewelry originally
4.00 to 12.95.

cut with a dash -nd
a flare for sopn istic-tion
Here's your prophesy for fall
suavely expressed by Tailor-
brook in beautiful Botany Mar-
chon gabardine, fine 100% Vir-
gin wool ... one button longer
jacket with curved-in waist and
hip rounding pockets. Designed
for the 5'4" and under in sizes
8-16. Red, Green or Black.

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Belts -- Gloves and Flowers.
At .49 -- Jewelry - Dickies
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2 groups of Ankle sox in col-
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