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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RT DNESDAY, Y 23, 1952

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1952
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roup Plans
iscussions

League 'Beach Ball' Set for Friday;
To Feature Cool Atmosphere, Dress

"Are Civil Rights Your Busi-
ness?" will be discussed by the
Fellowship of Reconciliation at 8
p.m. today in the basement youth
room of the First Methodist
Church, according to Devra Lan-
dau, Grad.
The cases of Arthur McPhaul
and Saul Grossman, recently cit-
ed for contempt of Congress, will
be included in this discussion.
Before the meeting, a pot-luck
picnic will be held at the east end
of the Island. All interested stu-
dents and townspeople are invited

Climaxing the summer program
of activities, the League will pre-
sent it's "Beach Ball" from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League Ballroom.
One-thirty permission has been
granted for the dance.
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OFFERING COEDS one of the
few chances to get dressed up dur-
ing the summer, "Beach Ball' will
feature dress ranging from long
formals to dressy cotton dresses.
Owing to the weather, men

will get a break in dress. They
will still be in style if they shed
their coats and ties and roll up
their sleeves.
The League has put the emp-
phasis on coolness in atmosphere
as well as dress for their mid-sum-
mer dance.
COUPLES WILL DANCE on a
floor resembling their favorite
beaches.
Beach tables, nets, beach balls

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EXTRA-SPECIAL

VALUES

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FOR BARGAIN DAY

2 PRICE SALE Corselettes and Girdles
/2 PRICE SALE Brassieres in
A, B and C cups-not all sizes in each
style-some discontinued models

and sailing pennants will dec-
orate the ballroom.
There will even be an occasion-
al life preserver for those unable
to swim and beach umbrellas to
shield couples from the brilliant
overhead lights.
THE ONLY THING lacking on
"Beach Ball" beach will be water.
Music for the dance will be
furnished by Johnny Harbard's
band.
Between numbers, dancers will
be able to slip out into the League
Garden for a stroll. Lemonade
refreshments will be served in the
Michigan Room where the "Delta
Gamma Trio" composed of Lois
Engman, Carolyn Rourke and Jane
Kolb, will entertain the couples.
Tickets for "Beach Ball" are on
sale for $1.50 per couple and may
be purchased the remainder of
this week at noon in Angell Hall
and in the afternoon at the Union
or the League. Tickets will also
be sold in the League Lobby the
night of the dance.
Visitor's Night
Topic, Astronomy
An illustrated talk on the Milky
Way by Prof. Leo Goldberg, chair-
man of the astronomy department
will highlight the second of the
summer series of Visitor's Night's
at 8:30 p.m. Friday in Rm. 3017
Angell Hall.
. Sponsored by the astronomy de-
partment, the talk will be follow-
ed by observation of a star cluster
and double star at 10:30 p.m. in
the student observatory on the
fifth floor of Angell Hall.

Yale scholar
Explains Plan
For History
Plans for a six-volume scientific
and cultural history of mankind
under UNESCO- sponsorship were
explained here yesterday by Pro-
fessor Ralph Turner of Yale.
He explained that the six-vol-
ume plan arises out of a particular
view which considers that the
chief unit in history is "peoples."
PROFESSOR TURNER said the
volume would deal with pre-his-
tory and ancient Oriental peoples
and the sixth volume will take up
the first half of the 20th century.
The entire six volumes will
be divided up according to pe-
riods and will include study of
groups of people throughout the
world in their outstanding pe-
riods.
Various divisions of each vol-
ume, he said, will be concerned
with such aspects of history as
peoples of the period; inter-
relationships of peoples; modes by
which peoples come into contact
with each other and cultural
achievements of the peoples.
* * *
OTHER DIVISIONS will be re-
ligions, arts and literatures; sys-
tenms of social control, law, cus-
tom, ritual and mores; and theo-
ries of knowledge.
It was explained that the Com-
mission has set out to create a
mechanism w h i c h involves
drawing upon the scholarship
of the world insofar as that
scholarship w ill cooperate.
There has been no response to
letters sent to communistic
countries, he said.

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"BEACH BALL"-Bill McIntyre and Harriet Fales don shorts and get out beach balls in prepara-
tion for the League summer dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the League Ballroom.
Johnny Harbard's band will furnish the music for the dance.
Summer Weather Calls for Extra Care of the Hair

Small Group of Formal Slips.
Formal Petticoats..........
Rayon Crepe Petticoats... ..

... . .. ...2.95
..........1.95
.2.95 -- --

Nylon Crepe Petticoats ..
Rayon Crepe Gowns,
Sizes 32 to 48.....
3 Bed Jackets .......... .

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In winter, a women's hair may
be her crowning glory without too
much work, but during the sum-
mer hair may be damaged enough
to affect its appearance for the
next six months.
Salt water, chlorine-treated wa-
ter, even fresh water, on hair
makes it dry and limp. The natur-
al tendency to put hair up in pins,
and let the sun dry it, creates split
ends and bleaches the hair.
If a shade lighter hair is desired,
there is less damage and a much
more beautiful effect with a pro-
fessional color treatment.dSun
bleaching and salt water dehy-
drates the hair.
The following are a few simple
tips for proper summer care of
the hair:
1. Get a soft permanent that
won't dry out hair.

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2. Keep your hair covered with
a kerchief or hat.
3. Since bathing caps are not
too satisfactory in keeping water
out, aluminum foil may be used
over a kerchief with a bathing cap
on top of that.

4. The use of a quality hair-
lacquer is good but it should be
used sparingly.
5. The daily use of hair pomade
-for protection and conditioning
of hair, is effective, and it keeps
the setting in, while it helps repel
moisture.

1.95

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in the style-right favorites
of the season
SUITS - COATS - TOPPERS
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