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MAY 9, 1930
GRIDIRON STARS IN FILM REFUSE TO USE MAKEUP ‘Grease Paint, No Picture,’ Desi Handed In by College Youths. 'HOLLYWOOD. May 9.—Holly- * wood, the capital of the artificial, was blasted by a strange defi when! IDEAL FURNITURE COMPANY This Beautiful Walnut Finished Breakfast Set With Each ' Purchase of $75.00 or More and ..... 14-Piece Bedroom 5 CA Cc here’s What You Get SmlU Dfposit /iJ A Down! df.'K.fK;,,". ta-A H “!2 B ; fak !? st Srt M *IU * y y.l; p/men" • V Breakfast Set Included tHlows nd two boudoir lie 11 very. J amp. f.tji •*/ to picture! bed ans j a 5.p c# Breakfast Set $3 DOWN! mMW— E 0^ n Saturday merit Extra km 3 ITO a A ■T t E A #IV l I | Ik I*l L*Jk BP 1 Discount _ yl/ litfl ___ an all-American football team, picked from colleges east, west, south and north, arrived here. “No make up!” these husky lads from a dozen gridirons stated em phatically. And William Wellman, director at Warner Bros., wrung his hands, pulled his hair and the other things a director does when he reg isters strong emotion. “We’re going to play in this pic ture under our own names,” assert ed one of the team, “and we don't want to face the camera ‘dolled-up’ in paint and powder.” And his buddies reiterated the viewpoint. Wellman, who struggled through one production in which the players didn’t use make up, agreed finally that if they played football a shiny nose or two wouldn’t matter greatly. "I directed ‘Wings’ without make up on the players and I guess we can make this picture the same way,” Wellman said. Which probably means that James Hall and other regular-actor players in the cast will have to forego the use of make up to pre vent contrast. The team which has been gathered includes star players from ten colleges. The show is “It Must Be Love.” Os course it’s a college picture, and the players, mostly col lege boys. The powderless brigade includes Paul Scull of Pennsylvania; Wil liam Banker of Tulane; Howard Harpster, Carnegie Tech.; W. K. Schoonover, Arkansas; Kenneth THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Haycroft, and George Gibson, Min nesota; E. N. Sleight, Purdue; Ray Montgomery, Pittsburgh; Otto °om merening, Michigan; Tim Moyni han, Notre Dame, and Russ Saun ders, Southern California. STREET CARS IMPROVED New Leipsic Models Have Tables Between Seats for Patrons. Bu f'nitrd Prctt LEIPSIC, May 9.—Something new in street cars has been in troduced here. Fifty cars with small tables between the seats have been added to the Leipsic service. Whether the tables are to be used for impromptu luncheons or for bridge parties has not yet been made clear. Pettis Downstairs Dollar Specials Tomorrow for the Last Day of This Great Semi-Annual Sale Event INDIANA DAYS Men's White Broadcloth Shirts 1 White mercerized broadcloth shirts in collar attached or neck band styles. Sizes 14 to 17. -—Pettis, Downstairs store. Women’s Pure Thread Silk Hosiery Be Uni s$ i IS hf Pairs JB I Substandards of much J| nQ higher priced hose. Smart g&Jriji shades, including suntan, HK almore, duskee, beige, jSBF gunmetal and many other popular shades. Sizes B*4 I tO 10. —Pettis, Downstairs store. Rayon Undies * Sor -j Regularly 59c J? 1 each. French J*L panties, bloomers and vests, in pastel shades. All sizes. Eayon Pajamas Regularly $1.69 value. Attractive C rayon pajamas jif for women. Pastel A shades. All sizes. Bloomers 3 Pairs , Children’s sat- p ] een bloomers, in white, pink and black. Well made of fine quality sateen. Men’s Shorts 1 £or <t 4 Broadcloth*? | shorts in many novelty prints and stripes. Sizes 28 to 38. Boys' Sweaters All - wool slip over sweaters in JC jHj novelty sports Bj weaves. Tan, green and blue. Sizes 30 to 36. Boys’ Hose 3 Pairs . •§ Boys’ three- ] q u a r t er length sports hose, in many novelty weaves. Regularly 39c pair. Boys' Blouses 2 £or c R e gularly J>9c ] each. Boy s’ blouses, in fast color prints. Many col ors. All sizes. 1,500 Pairs of Shoes New .priii, and summer shoes for nomen ” a and misses, including straps, pumps, ties, ox / VV fords and sandals. White kid, white canvas, tan and blond kid, red and green kid, black dull kid, patent and satin. Many popular \ f st Y les * French and Cuban heels. Sizes 3*4 to 8. Pettis, Downstairs store. ChiMrei&’s Frocks $1,95 and $2.95 Values! j| . Organdy in white and prints, ls j \ percale and ginghams in various J U patterns. Silk pique in plain H colors. Long and short sleeves. */ Sizes 7 to 14 years. Children’s Dresses, 3 for $1 Percale, voile and gingham frocks in prints. Broken sizes, 2 to 10 years. —rettis, Downstairs store. 3 Pillows Porch pillows _gg| of gav cretonne. \ g® Well filled. Splen- v JS did for porches, canoes, etc. 8 Yds. Gingham Regularly 19c yard. W o v e n \ gpg checked and plaid gingham in many colors. Also plain color ginghams. Anklet Hose 5 Pairs Regularly 23c J pair.* Children's X anklet hose in novelty color combina tions and plain shades. Athletic Suits 2 tor ,'£ Regular 59c suit. p Men’s nainsook athletic union suits in all sizes. 15 Tweed Suits Just a few of these attractive suits that originally sold at $5.95. Flared skirts, with egg- shell crepe tops. Broken sizes. Green, tan, grey mixtures. —Pettis, Downstairs store Group of $6.95 Silk Dresses Women’s silk dresses in prints $ and plain shades. New styles. Just 25 of these. Broken sizes. —Pettis, Downstairs store 10 Towels T u r k i sh and hack towels. Plain $ j|| white with col- v X ored borders. Wash Dresses * c ,“' *% v Summer Mm Novelty prints, printed dimity, printed broadcloth and printed piques. Circular or flared skirts; organdy or . contrasting color trimming. | Delightful range of colors. All sizes. Eou —Pettis, Downstairs store. PAGE 9 Curtain Fabrics 10 Yards Regular 19c $ j|if yard. Marquis- JB ette, voile, grena dine. White, ivory and ecru. 36 inches wide. Bleached Sheets Regularly $1.39. Bleached seam- % ■ less sheets, in round thread weaves. Finished with deep hem. 81x99 inches. Printed Percales 10 Yards Printed and r e ss $ percales in small prints, multi-col or designs. Light, grey and cadet blue grounds.