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1 aried Activities Are Planned For Summer Social Program At.
FRiAY, MAY 14, 1937
THE SPORTING LADY
Gag= B THREE BLIND MIC
With-summer just around the corner as the sun reaches hotter and hotter
levels, the thought of summer school comes to mind-And what to do about
cooling off at such a time..
The physical education staff has already considered that angle and
has any number of suggestions to make life one happy picnic for the would be
student at that time ... And we mean picnic here fig-
uratively as well as literally for the department or-
ganizes picnic swims for get-acquainted purposes on
occasional Friday afternoons during the session . -
And for those wishing more strenuous exercise, thec
department promises to sponsor tournaments in anyi
sport where there is enough demand to make it wortht
while .Or perhaps your interests lie along the realms of "boots, saddle, tot
horse and away" as Mr. Tennyson phrased it . . . And in that case there'll
be riding all summer-both for instructional and recreational purposes ...
The popular Sunday morning breakfast rides will be continued as will thes
Thursday supper rides . . . there have also been rumors of more of thek
moonlight rides being continued throughout the summer months..
If You Can't Sing It, Swing It ...
And after a few lessons in golf at the W.A.A. Building-and somek
practice on its famous putting green and Palmer Field, you'll be able toE
swing around the expanses of the University Golf Course with the best
of them . . . And there'll be instructors at Palmer Field to help you]
master any stroke you're having trouble mastering, and bring you down
into the seventies....
If you feel any William Tell tendencies coming on, there are both
inside and outside facilities at Palmer Field to practice on before you
aim at your unhappy victim . . . And last but not least, a great deal of
any necessary sports equipment will be furnished by the department
. . . what you aren't furnished free of charge, you can rent for a very
small fee at the W.A.A. Building . - .
To Trip The Light Fantastic....
Modern dance enthusiasts will have quite a time, it's predicted, asa
Katherine Manning, who is Doris Humphrey's assistant at present, will,
be giving courses here this summer . . . And I mean the Doris Humphrey
of the Humphrey-Weidman concert dance group of course . .
But if your tendencies lie more along Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
lines, there'll be tap dancing instruction to keep you right up with the
best of them . . . Both mixed and women's classes are
scheduled throughout the week ...
Then the 12 clay and four cement tennis courts on
Palmer Field are open all summer to bring out the Helen
Wills in you . . . These courts, which are incidentally, 0
reputed to be the most popular- in the city, will have
the same privileges during the summer session as at
present . . . And if you concentrate on your drive or take
any of the courses given, there's always the city-wide tennis tournament
later in the season to plan on ..
Suggestions On Cooling Of f.. .
As the mercury gets higher and higher and the sun shines brighter and
brighter, "ye olde swimming poole" becomes more and more popular . .
And with good reason, as its one sure way of cooling off . .. So there'll be
lots of classes given for beginners and a few for the more advanced . .
And if you're not quite so aquatically minded, canoeing rates next to
swimming as the most popular sport of the season . ... In fact, there's even
been some talk of canoe trips for those advanced in the art being spon-
sored by the department during the summer . . .
Bicycling, roller skating and walking have greater and greater pos-
sibilities as the summer wears on . . . All three are good ways to start
the picnic treasure hunts and weenie "busts" that increase
/ so many innovations along the bicycle line including a
new motor-driven vehicle that you can't help finding
one you like . . . For example, there's the ingo-bike to
work off any excess poundage you may have acquired
during the lazy June months . . . Or the tandem bike
if you want to make it a twosome . . . And there's talk
about having electric lights on some of the bicycles so riding ,n the
evening hours will become safer ...
And with that, we'll leave you speculating on the joys of summer and
Suppers, Bridge Lessons, organizations to mix together and be- their annual tea and reception early 'friends and making new acquaint- supervision of Miss McCormick, who
Watermelon Cut T e a come acquainted in the short period in the season at the League. The ances. This social program will be arranges the program of social af-
of eight weeks. She also stated that summer social program followed by supplemented with other functions fairs. This year's calendar will in-
Will Be Inclided dances of previous years have proved the group which is composed of wives during the summer which have not lude additional events, in which more
successful in providng a more social of students will follow the same w- been arranged, Professor Hopkins plans will be made for entertainment
Dances To Be Hatmosphere among the student body. ter program of social affairs. A larger
Dan esTo Be el T Hae osesss emersipisexpctd urig hesaid. All activities will be under the of the visiting faculty.
To Have Hostesses membership is expected during the________________________
Every evening 25 or 30 women stu- summer due to the increase of elig-
Hopkins To Give Breakfast dents will be hostesses at the dances The faculty women and wives will
To All Master's Degree 1and students are urged to come with also hold a tea in the League as a
or without partners. The orchestra part of their social program. This
Candidates In August I for these dances has not been an- tea is held early in the Summer to
nounced. The charge for the dance acquaint the visiting women faculty
By MARION SMITH will be 25 cents a person. Bridge members and wives with the wives of
The annual faculty and student re- games will also be held in conjunc- the faculty living in the city. Sh
ception will again this year open the tion with the dances, and prizes will Sunday Night Suppers
concentrated program of social ac- be given. The League will be open to any
tivities of the Summer Session, under In addition to these dances a tea group that wishes to hold Sunday
dance will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. night suppers during the Summer,
the direction of Miss Ethel McCor- every Wednesday in the ballroom, Miss McCormick announced. Sup-
mick, social director of the League. Miss McCormick announced. Fac- pers may be served in the garden of
A new feature in the social calen- ulty wives will pour each week. These the League or on the lawn.
dar will be a breakfast to be given dances will also be sponsored by The Southern Club, composed of TAK E A T I P F ROM M E -- - -
by Prof. Louis A. Hopkins, director of various groups and will be free to all southern students, will again hold a
the Summer Session, for all summer men and women students. Last sum- watermelon cut in the garden of the
school students who will be candi- mer the tea dances were well attended League. All southern students and
dates for masters degrees at the end and grew more popular throughout others interested are invited to at- Wh the hot sun is about to
of the Session. The breakfast will be the term. Itend. Watermelon will be served and
held Sunday, August 15, the last week The social program will also include the time will be spent in meeting old
end in the term, according to Profes- a series of six bridge lessons, which _ __ __ _ __get you down . . . or when you
sor Hopkins. This function will be will begin early in the Summer. Les-
held in honor of the candidates who sons will be given in the League and are thirsty andtired . .
will have completed their work on the charge for the series will be tyi d.
masters degrees and will take the $1.50. Last year there were 21 in the p ace to go we all is
place of the commencement held at class.Il . placetknow,i the
the end of the winter session.
Ruthven Is Honor Guest
Professor Hopkins stated that Pres-
ident Ruthven will be the guest of
honor and will address the student
group. More than 200 students will
be eligible for the candidacy at the
Close of the Summer Session. The
place of the breakfast will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Dances will be held every Friday
and Saturday night in the League
ballroom, as in previous years. All
dances will be informal and will be
sponsored by various groups and
organizations on the campus. Ac-
cording to Miss McCormick, the
dances are held to encourage various
Miss McCormick will be the in-
structor of the dancing lessons to be
given every Monday and Tuesday eve-
ning in the League ballroom. The
hour lessons will be given for all stu-
dents who wish to learn to dance and
is also to be a social hour for stu-
dents. The classes will be divided
into beginning and intermediate
groups which will receive separate in-
struction. The beginners class last
summer was composed of 84 students,
and the intermediate class had 114
members. The lessons will begin the
first week of the Summer Session it
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