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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ammer Session Activities Slated by League
ill Include Instruction in Dancing, Bridge

Betrothals Told

Square dancing, social dancing,
dancing lessons!and bridge les-
sons are all on the 'social calendar
planned by the League for sum-
mer students.
The activities will begin the
first week of the summer session.
The League has gone all-out in
planning recreation for students
cii every night of the school week.
* * *
STUDENTS will have an op-
portunity to learn how to "swing
their partners" at the square
dancing lessons which will be
taught by Mrs. Vel Moffit on Mon-
days, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The les-
sons will begin on June 26. Tic-
kets cost $1.50 for the series,

which will include at least five
lessons, or forty cents a night.
Social dancing lessons will be,
taught by John Lekas, Arthur
Murray instructor, on Tuesdays,
beginning June 27.
Beginning classes will meet from
7 to 8 p.m. and advanced classes
from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m Season
tickets for men are $2.50. Women
will be admitted free.
BRIDGE ENTHUSIASTS and
would-be enthusiasts will have a
chance to brush up on their game
or to start from scratch, as the
case may be, beginning June 28.
The classes, which will be taught

by Mrs. Walter McLean, will'meet
on Wednesdays for six weeks.
At the first meeting, which
wil be held at 7 p.m., classes willx
be divided into beginning and
advanced groups..After this first
meeting, beginners will meet at
7 p.m. and the advanced stu-
dents at 8:30 p.m. Tickets for
the series are three dollars.
Mrs. McLean will give duplicate
bridge lessons at 7:30 p.m. on
Thursdays, beginning June 29. The
price will be fifty cents a lesson.
To round out the summer weeks
there will be dancing in the League
Ballroom from 9 p.m. to midnight
every Friday and Saturday during
the summer session, beginning
June 30.
Poll Discloses
Tennis, Outing

LOIS DuFRAIN

ELEANOR G. BROCKETT

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duty in activities within the Poto-
mac River Naval Command and
the Engineer Center, Fort Belvoir
Department of the Army.
The U.S. Civil Service Commis-
sion announces the following ex-
aminations: Laboratory Mechanic,
Laboratory Machinist, Superinten-
dent, Power System Operations
(GS-13) ;Chief, Power System Dis-
patcher (GS-12), Chief, Power
.System Technical Analysis Sec-
tion (GS-12).
For additional information on
the above announcements, call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg.
Academic Notices
History 50 Final Examination:
Waterman Gym, Sat., June 3, 9-
12 noon.
History 154 Final Examination:
will be held Thurs., June 8, 2-5
p.m., in Room B HH (instead of
in Room C HH).
Greek 168, Basic Greek Ideas:
Meeting of the class at the usual Rl
hour on Friday, June 2.
FINAL EXAMINATION
ROOM SCHEDLUE
English 1-Mon., June 12, 2-5 p.m.
Burd, 101 Ec; Engel, R., 2225
AH; Fletcher, 1020 AH; Markland,
6 AH; Markman, 2203 AH; Need-
ham, 2029 AH; Stockton, 4003 AH;
Wikelund, 2003 AH.
English 2-Mon., June 12, 2-5 p.m.
Allison, 1025 AH; Amend, 205
MH; Barrows, 1025 AH; Bennett,
2235 AH; Bollinger, 16AH; Bolt-
wood, 231 , AH; Boys, 231 AH; Read at
(Continued on Page 6)

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Top Sports

According to a recent survey of
student interest in co-recreation,
tennis and outing proved to be by
far the most. popular.
Co-recreational clubs, -those
which have a joint membership of
men and women, are sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association.
Next fall, WAA will organize
several new co-rec clubs includ-
ing not only tennis and outing,
but also bowling, riding and golf
which were next in popularity.
Friday, Saturday and Sundays
were indicated as the best times,
for all activities. Men especially
showed preference for Friday and
Saturday nights.
Many students indicated a de-
sire for a co-rec swimming club,
but, due to limited facilities, it is
doubtful if such a club could be
organized, said Barbara Moly-
neaux, WAA co-recreation man-
ager.
Instruction will be provided if
possible, and if club members
wish it.
Many of the clubs will have an
advanced section for experienced
players to meet and plan tennis
matches or golf games.-
Club members will also choose
their own officers, set the amount
of dues necessary for efficient
running of the club and generally
plan their own season program,
Miss Molyneaux added.
Organizational dates of all co-
rec clubs will be published in The
Daily next semester.
Read Daily Classifieds
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Brockett- orsberg
The engagement of Miss Elea-
nor G. Brockett to Lenhard A.
Forsberg, Jr. has been announced
by Miss Brockett's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. O. G. Brockett of Kan-
sas City, Kansas.
Miss Brockett is a senior in the,
literary college and a Senior
Board member. She is affiliated
with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
Mr. Forsberg is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Forsberg of Grand
Rapids.
Mr. Forsberg received his de-
gree in electrical engineering in
February and is now a graduate
student in the School of Business
Administration. He is a member
of Acacia fraternity.
An early fall wedding in Kansas
City is being planned by the
couple.
DuFrain-Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DuFrain
of Pontiac announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Lois, to
Samuel Nelson Irwin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dalton D. Irwin of Cha-
grin Falls, Ohio.
Miss DuFrain is a junior in the
literary college, while Mr. Irwin is
a member of the junior class in
the School of Engineering.
The couple is planning a fall
wedding.
Marks-Keys
The betrothal of Miss Marilyn.
R. Marks to Howard D. Keys, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Keys of
Detroit, has been announced.
Miss Marks is the daughter of
Samuel Marks of Detroit and the
late Mrs. Marks.
Mr. Keys, a senior, will enter
LawhSchool in the fall.
The wedding will take place
Aug. 23.

Lodewyk-Gross
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lodewyk of
Bay City have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Gretchen, to Joseph L. Gross, son
of Mrs. W. R. Gross of Pontiac.,
Miss Lodewyk is a freshman in
the literary college. She is affili-
ated with Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Gross is a sophomore at
General Motors Tech in Flint.
No date for the wedding has
been set.
* * * '
Krause-Tonkin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krause of
Marquette have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Eileen
Kangs, to Cecil H. Tonkin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Tonkin
of Ishpeming.
Miss Kangas is a recent gradu-
ate of the Augustana School of
Nursing, in Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Tonkin is a senior in the
school of forestry.
Black Dresses
Black, long a standby in any
feminine wardrobe, needs special
care in washing to-avoid a blurred
and grayish look. New type deter-
gents provide a reliable answer to
the problem. They don't combine
with chemicals in the water to
form what is known as hard water
scum, and thus black dresses are
as dark as when first washed.
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