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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
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LEAGUE OPENSDOORSAnnual Reception To
Be Held Next Friday
TO SUMMER SIUIINIS Summer School Faculty Members,
And Students To Be Guests
Of Administration'
AND FACULTYWOEI

FACILITIES ARE F
UNDERGRAU

REE TO ALL Members of the Summer School
EUATE faculty and all Summer School stu-

WOMEN dents are invited to be present at
W___EN an informal reception, followed by
dancing and bridge, to be given
CAFETERIA IS OPERATING from 8:30 to 11:30 Friday evening,
June 28, in the Women's League
Fountain Room Is Open To Men As building. The reception is an an-
Well As Women From 7: nual feature of the Summer School
A. M. To 11 P. M. program and is always held the
All departments of the Women's first Friday after Summer School
League building and open for use 'opens.
LrThe administrative officers of the
by members during the summer~ University and their wives will form
months, according to an announce- j a receiving line in the Concourse of
ment made by Dorothy Woodrow, th
'30, summer president of the the League. Dancing will be in the
Lgu e dAssembly room, with bridge for
Leaguethose who care to play. Personal
Every woman undergraduate stu- invitations will be sent to faculty
dent at the University is automat- mmbers whil blasent iia-
ically a member of the League and!membersthde a blaneti
is free to use the facilities of the tion to students will be extended
through The Daily.
building, which include a cafeteria, In the past, the reception has
a main dining room, tea-rooms, pri- ;I h at h eeto a
vatmemdining roomtea-utymprorbeen held in Alumni hall, and more
vate dining rooms, beauty parlor, eetyi abu ynsu.
attacios.recently in Barbour gymnasium.
dance floor, and otherattractions. This year, however, the League has
The cafeteria is open to both men been chosen as a particularly
and women from '7:30 o'clock in the
morning to 11 o'clock at night. charming spot in which to hold the
There is table servicein the eve-'affair, and it is hopednthat it will
serve to acquaint new students
ning from 8 o'clock on. A large with the building and its facilities
radio provides music and thus addsI for their enjoyment as well as with
to the charm of this cool retreat. the faculty and each other.
Plans for summer social activi-thfauyanechoer
ties at the League are under way,1
according to Miss Woodrow'. The Ex-Empress Zita Flees
garden is near completion and will France Upon Discovery
soon be opened. Besides the recep-

SUMMER COURSES IN HEALTH AND English Women Attend Universities To
PHYSICAL EDUCATION ARE OFFERED Prepare For Careers, Not For Culture
The University offers, in its Sum- general grade teacher who is called
mer Session courses in physical ed- upon to teach the physical activity Ii "The woman who goes to college rather than attend a large univer-
mucat sion oren a poysed- i n ogr a hin England is almost certain to be sity in order to gain culture for the
health education whichs will inter- There is a similar course for the planning on earning her own living home, the domestic type prefers a
est every woman enrolled. There is general teacher in high school after graduating," says Miss Leon- year of Paris polish to four years
ample opportunity for training in ehich is based on a study of char- ora W. Lockhart, graduate of Gir- of college grind.
the newer methods of gymnastics acteristics and the needs of the ton college, "while the American "Since the woman who pursues
and neerheuito of new ma- adolescent girl. college woman may be no less a a business career finds the intellect-
and in the acquisition fne m-adecntgr.debutante than a scholar. ual standards beyond her and goes
terial for the physical education Perhaps the most interesting ofd"Ineganahscher.euctitandrmmeyoreren rgoe
teacher who has come to Summer the courses offered is that cover- "In England the higher education to a commercial or secretarial
Secherolhto hasecomequaitedwimmrn tepurncplesofredasgeantryaris regarded as an investment rather school, it is chiefly the women who
School to become acquainted with ing the principles of pageantry and than a luxury and appeals for this expect to enter the higher pro-
the type of program that is desira- dance drama production, which reason to the middle class rather fessions who are to be found in
ble in the grades and high school, ends with a demonstration pageant.h,
and the methods of teaching this Classes in recreational activities than to the aristocracy. There, women's colleges in England."
material. are also being given which may be
Besides the regular courses in substituted for "block activities" *
coaching of major sports and the or used as make-up credits for aca-
clogging and interpretative dane- demic physical education require-
ing classes, new courses have been ments. Classes in social dancing
added which will enable every stu- for beginners will meet every Tues-
dent to become acquainted with; day and Thursday.
the fundamental' principles of ac- The increase in the athletic
tivity. equipment for women gives ampler F
The course in physical education opportunity for the development of
for the elementary grades is espec- skill in various fields, and for more
ially adapted to the needs of the accurate training. 'CAAM PIIS W EAR

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1-ountain Service
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Toasted Sandwithes
WE SER VE A
Noonday
Lunch

Lion tor the summer aculty and
student body next Friday night, a
tea for women students a week
from Wednesday has been hinted
at. Katherine Ferrin, '32, is in
charge of the social affairs of the,
League, having recently been ap-
pointed summer social secretary by
Miss Woodrow.{
AIR CLUB PLANSI
FETE FOR FLIERS
IOWA - The local aeronautics
club at a meeting yesterday laid
plans for the entertainment and
handling of crowds expected at the
airport today, when more than 32
planes in the second annual Iowa
good-will air tour stop here.
t.

Former Empress Zita of Austria,
mother of royalty and formerly the
prettiest princess in Europe, objects I
to the limelight and is insistent in
her search for privacy. She re-
cently fled France when her incog-
nito was discovered by a Hungar-
ian girl who had seen her in Bu-
dapest.
A middle-aged, stately woman,
she was living at the time of her:
discovery, with her eight children
in the little village of Villard-de-
Lans in the Alps foothills. uShe
was known there as the Countess1
de Luzace and was thought by the
townspeople to be merely a mem-
ber of the foreign nobility.

The BETSY ROSS SHOP
13-15' Nickel's Arcade

Candy

Salads

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The Harper Method Office
Is located at 403 South Division St.
Phone 4016
An Outdoor Patio Addled for Hair Drying

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DISCOUNT
from regular prices
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Just the sort of smart little frocks that these warm days
on campus demand. The loveliest models in "practically every
color-and so beautifully made. Charming cool looking
frocks that will go into the tub and emerge in all their
freshness.
15 to
If its footwear we have it and here are a couple of
new ones.

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Oh, Those Silver Slippers!
or white kids-plain colors--or snake skins. For
tripping the light fantastic "at summer dances.
Charming ones await you.
Priced at $8.00, $9.00 and $10.00

Correspondence Stationery
Including Michigan and Fraternity
Die Embossed papers. A large
assortment of the finest papers by
such well known manufacturers as
Eaton, Crane & Pike, Ward, Whit-
ting, Hampshire, etc. Many styles,
shapes and sizes, and all first-class
clean goods.
NoveltiesMottoesand Leather Goods

June means white and
we certainly have them in
all their different inter-
pretations. Here is a smart
one strap correct for any
occasion at
$5.85
Built in all the new
shades of blonde and of
course in white either high
or low heels. One of our
new popular Jaqueline
modes at
$5.85'

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FIVE . EIGHTY

FIVE

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FIVE EIGHTY . FIVE

Writing Sets, Bridge
Line-A-Days, Travel 1
Tally Cards, Place
Pads, Gift Items, etc.

Sets, l
Books,
Cards,

Diaries,
Purses,
Score

As always we will. be able to fill the demand for smart

footwear throughout the summer.

We need the space and can use the money. It
will be well to shop early as the quantity of some
items is small.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Stationery and Typewriter Store
During this sale we will be open evenings until eight o'clock.

ON THE CAMPUS
The Shop of
Personal Service

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