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THEE iMICH CIN A ILY_____

WAA PlansTo Continte Sports
Throughout Summer Session
WAA activities will continue activity, will be included in the WAA
through the entire summer session to summer program.
encourage outdoor sports and athletic Class meetings will be held for the
recreation throughout the sunlit sea- most part in the late afternoon, many
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Tennis courts, practice golf holes,
archery and badminton equipment
will be available to summer students
to provide sports opportunities for
leisure hours and minutes.
Golf Classes Offered
Beginning and intermediate golf
and tennis instruction will be in-
cluded in the class schedule. Modern
Dance courses will be conducted both
in the field of activity and in the
theory and practice of teaching dance.
Badminton, archery, riding, and
swimming classes will also be given.
Tap dancing, too, although an indoor.

starting after 3 p.m., although some
,meetings will be heljd in the early
evenig.
Picnics Are Planned
As in the fall and spring of the
regular school sessions. tournaments
will be promoted in archery, golf,
tennis, and badminton. Weekly
luncheons for women majoring in
physical education will be an added
incentive to sports participation.
Picnics will be arranged at the con-
venience of those interested in out-
door meals and steak roasts.

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Don't be deceived by the trou-
sers. This slack suit, though cut
with smoothly tailored lines, is
very feminine with its dainty col-
lar and pocket. In blue or dusty
pink sharkskin, it is a summer
costume which feels as cool as it
looks.
Program In American
Culture To Be Offered

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Does your partner step on your toes? Does your dancing need brushing
up? Can you tango and do the grapevine twist gracefully? The answer
to all your problems can be found right here in Ann Arbor during the
summer session. Opening the social season of summer school, a reception
to which all students will be cordially invited with or sans partners is
scheduled for the first Saturday. But that is only the first opportunity
offered to keep you on your toes. Why, did you know that every Monday
night for the first six weeks of the session, there is going to be square
dancing and country dancing at the Edison Institute in
eaDearborn!
If the idea of the grapevine twist is too formidable,
\ n t is recommended that you stay right here in Ann Arbor-
no matter how hot it gets. Every Tuesday night, that
s, for the first six weeks, ballroom dancing instructions
* for beginners will be featured at the League, and if you
improve fast enough, just hold over 24 hours and trip
over there on a Wednesday night. That is the time
when all the intermediates will be shagging and jiving.
Bridge Intricacies Taught ...
Does your bridge partner glare at you over the table? Do you know what
the club convention bid means? Is a spade a card to you, or just another
shovel? Again the answer is. come to summer school and acquire a liberal
education. Competing with the beginner Terpsichores, duplicate bridge
matches are going to be sponsored every Tuesday night. Everyohe is
welcome, dated or dateless. Attendance at the matches is based on the
assumption, that you can tell what a two bid means, of course.
Do you recognize the music that is played with that cartoon as the
second theme handled by the bass horns in the third movement of Opus 28
of Beethoven? Do you realize that the theme
of the current song hit is taken direct fromn
Tschaikowsky's Fifth Symphony? Do you know
that Toscanini is an orchestra director, and not
another new drink? Pardon the repitition, but
come to summer school, and find out about the
finer things in life.
So you still aren't interested? Are you an
outdoor girl who wants to acquire a beautiful
even tan? Haven't you always wanted to spend
all your afternoons canoeing, swimming, riding,
golfing and playing tennis? Did you ever satisfy
your yearning for pictures? Would you like to
forsake that milk and banana diet and lose those superfluous pounds
while enjoying yourself? Come to the summer session and realize a few
of these wishful thoughts.
Dream Down By The River .. .
Meditate on those lazy, inspiring afternoons when you could loll
out in the Arboretum or down by the Huron River and fritter your deep
thoughts away. And there is always the possibility you might lose yourself
in reflection and discover a fifth dimension.
gd,\ a Do you have a secret desire to be another
first lady of the theatre? Do you wish to
improve your technique? Do you want to
learn to "ad lib" and wisecrack with the
smoothies from way back? Unrolled before
._your eyes every week, sparkling comedies will
be produced during the summer session and
'...! the heavy tragedies will give you some ex-
cellent pointers on how to dramatize your-
self effectively on the stage.
s 'Music, drama, dancing, picnicking, and
f the numerous conventions to be held in Ann
9 "~ Arbor during the summer will be the social

Wiithsummer school, comes a new
opportunity to adorn the campus
walks and buildings with coeduca-
tional style smartness.
Successcr to the present sweater
collection will be fresh and color-1
ful blouses, If you want the enpha-
sis on "freshness" pick white batiste
or cotton, but not organdy, if you
want comfort through a hot day of
classes. If your emphasis is on "col-
orful", then flowered materials are
the answer. Of course stripes and
pastels will still be leaders. With,
these will be worn skirts of cotton
gabardine, sharkskin, linen and even
sheer wools.
Wash dresses will also play a pro-1

nunent part in the summer scene.
Two piece classics are to be varied
by the new idea of a contrasting color
for the front of shirts. A more pro-
nounced divergence from today's cos-
tume are splashy prints. Many col-
ored striped dresses should be cut on
conservative lines, for, although there
are less strict bounds in the summer
months, simplicity is still a rule.
For dating purposes, turn to silk
prints and sheers. A charming ac-
cent to flowered or designed dresses
can be attained by totches of white.
White or colored piping and ruch-
ing are sure to take a lead in mak-
ing this summer's clothes more at-
tractive.

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An Old Established Firm
in a New Location.

A Graduate Study Program in
American Culture and Institutions,
the purpose of which is to present a
well coordinated course of study and
discussion of some of the more fun-
damental tendencies in our national
life, has been organized for this year's
Summer Session.

J. B. CJBL
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Students may become members of
the Graduate Study Program by reg-
istering in Course 350 in any one
of the departments offering it, after
consultation with the director of the
course in that department.

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9CANY OF THE FINEST WORKS ON THE PROGRAM
OF ANN ARBOR'S CELEBRATED MAY FESTIVAL MAY BE HEARD ON
GLORIOUS RECORDINGS BY VICTOR-

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"LIEUTENANT KIJE" Suite (Prokfieff)
Koussevitzky - Boston Symphony.. . . ......T
"BORiS GoDoUNow" Symnphonic Synthesis (Moussorgsky)
Stokowski - Philadelphia Orchestra.A
"SONG OF PRINCE GArITSKY" from "Prince Igor" (Bor
Chaliapin ..........
FIFTH SYMPHONY IN E MINOR (Tschailowsky )
Stokowski --Philadelphia Orchestra . A

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,Odin)
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M253

Overture to "EGMONT"
Victor Symphony

(Beetboven)

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"LEMMENKAINEN'S F OMEWARD JOURNEY" (Sibeli
Meecham - London Philharmonic.........
"CONCERTO NO 4 IN G MAJOR (Beethopen)
Schnabel and London Philharmonic...........
"L'AMERO SARO COSTANTE" from "Il re Pastore"
Elizabeth Rethberg .............

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AM446
AM1i56
(Mozart)
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AM300

BELL SONG from "Lakime" (Delibes)
Lily Pons .............. ..
SYMPHONY IN D MINOR (Franck)
Stokowski - Philadelphia Orthestra
SYMPHONY No 2 IN D MAJOR (Brahms)
Stokowski - Philadelphia Symphony
VARIATIONS ON A THEME BY HAYDN (Brahms)
Toscanini - Philharmonic Symphony N.Y.

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DATE DRESSES
COME what may you'll be ready
for the hottest days in this sim-
ple chiffon ensemble.

WE WANT YOU to enjoy every minute you
spend in Ann Arbor this summer. So we have
noted some special short cuts to new summer
beauty for you. We hope you come to see us
about your summer wardrobe.
PLAY TOGGERY
ALL WORK and no play makes Jill a dull
girl. Stop in and we will fit you out with
a slack outfit or bright shirt and shorts.
Then off for a sun and a swim.
$1.95 to $6.95
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MY HEART AT THY SWEET VOICE (Saiui/
Gladys Swarthout . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .
POEME, parts 1-4 (Chausson)
Yehudi Menuhin - Paris Symphony

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You may hear these recordings in our PRIVATE BOOTHS, or
order them by phoning 3542. They will be delivered without
charge.
Our CLASSICAL MUSIC ROOM, devoted to the use of those wishing to listen to
classical music, is now open. In it, you -may enjoy comfort, relaxation and privacy
while playing records on the finest rep rod rcng instruments.

FORMAL DANCES
COOL and fresh dancing frocks for gay week-
end parties. You look and feel like a breeze in
whispy chiffons, fragile laces, and nets (also
splashy linens and seersuckers).
$9.95 to $27.50
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