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THE BUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1931

LEAGU WLL GLIL
OPENING TEA TODAY

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Will Offer Students and Faculty
Members Opportunity to
Become Acquainted
Men and women students and
members of the faculty are invited
to attend the first tea to be given
by the Women's League from 4 to
5:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Concourse and Grand Rapids room
of the League building.
Opportunity for becoming ac-
quainted is given to every student
and faculty member of the Univer-
sity. Knowledge of facilities which
the League building affords is also
offered.
Janice Gillette, '32, social chair-
man of the League, and Katherine
Noble, director of social activities
for the summer, have made ar-
rangements for the tea.
Yesterday afternoon, social re-
presentatives of all houses and dor-
mitories were guests at a tea at the
Women's Athletic building. The de-
partment of physical education and
the League social committee were
joint sponsors of the. affair, the
purpose of which was to form a
definite organization for the pro-
motion of social activities.
Weekly Rhythm Class
Offered for Children
Any child between the ages of 4
and 8 years may attend the rhythm
classes which will be given at 3
o'clock every Thursday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium beginning to-
day.
Emily White will direct the class.
Since it is to be used for demonstra-
tion in connection with the course
in the elementary program, no fee
will be charged.

WOMEN'S SPORTS,
ACTIVITIES BEGIN
Nearly 300 Enroll in Physical
Education Classes.
Nearly 300 women have already
taken advantage of the numerous
activities in which the physical ed-
ucation department has scheduled
regular classes for this summer and
have enrolled either to learn new
sports or to develop skill and ability
in their favorite sports, Dr. Marga-
ret Bell, director, said yesterday.
Registration is still going on and
students may sign up at any time
from 8 to 6 o'clock at the desk in
Barbour gymnasium.
'As an added feature, the depart-
ment is introducing several short
two and four Week courses in which
all the fundamentals of sport will
be given, including instruction in
buying equipment, the best type of
costume for that particular activity,
the etiquette, as well as the main
rules of and the best methods of
play. These courses will include
tennis, golf, archery, swimming and
both tap and natural dancing.
Tonight, as on every Tuesday and
Thursday, the Union pool will be
open to all University women from
7:30 until 9:30 o'clock for recrea-
tional swimming. Miss Ruth Camp-
bell, instructor in physical educa-
tion, will give instruction to anyone
desiring it.
Intramural Program
Will Start Monday
Nearly 425 lockers already have
been issued to Summer Session stu-
dents and faculty members at the
Intramural Sports building, accord-
ing to Paul R. Washke, director of
the intramural program during the
term.
Students are signing up for the
sports in which they are interested
and organizing of teams will take
place next Monday,

Rules of Golf Course
Continue for Summer
Regulations governing the opera-
tion of the University golf course
during the school year remain in
force during the Summer Session, it
was announced by R. O. Courtright,
manager of the course. Special
cards have been attached to the
university registration blanks,
which, when properly filled out and
so stamped as to indicate that the
holder has regularly enrolled, will
entitle him to the privileges of the
course. Fees are the same as dur-
ing the year.0

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
blanks at the office, 201 Mason Hall, Thursday or Friday of this week;
hours 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 to 4:00. After this week a late registration
fee will be charged.
University Symphony orchestra: Open without fee to any member
of the University who has had sufficient technical training on a specific
instrument to enable him to conform to the standard of public perform-
ances. Several concerts will be given during the Summer Session under
the direction of Professor Mattern. One hour credit may be earned by
music students. Rehearsals, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
day at 2 p. m., Morris Hall.
David Mattern

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SOUTH
STATE

_ _FURTESMMERMICGANDAIL THUSDA. JULY 2......1931... .

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Special
Hot
Weather

Dishes

During these
summer days you
will find our cold
plates - tasty
sandwiches -de-
licious salads -
and refreshing
fountain drinks
especially appe-
tizing.
Every booth in
T H E PARROT
is directly cooled
by a fan. The
combination of
cool air and cool
disles will do
much to refresh
you.
The 50c evening
cold plate has'
proved quite a
favor too.

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FOUNTAIN PEN

SALE

30% DISCOUNT ON ALL WAHL, MOORE, AND BROKEN STOCKS
OF FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS.
O. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
314 South State Street

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S~UM-MUR

BUY A CASH CAR
$6.00 Work for $5.00
CALL AND DELIVER AT CASH
AND CARRY PRICES
GREENE CLEANERS

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Third Summer Season of the

Michigan Repertory Players

TONIGHT

"PARIS BOUND"
The Smart Comedy by Philip Barry

STRAPS

Also Friday and Saturday
July 3 and 4 at 8:15

'9'

$ .85
and
$4.86 -8$5.88

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"Creation on the stage of people such as most of us know in
life . .."
-Stark Young in the New Republic.
"In Paris Bound,' Barry puts all of his charm and humor to good
uses . .."
J. Brooks Atkinson in the N. Y. Times.
"Interesting characters in fresh and dramatic situations. "
-Percy Hammond in the N. Y. Herald Tribune.
"A comedy with a flavor quite distinct from that of other comedies."
-Robert Littell in the N. Y. Evening Post.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

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White Kid
White Line.
Suva Cloth
Blonde Kid
Black and
White
Brawn and
White

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Season Tickets
for Seven Plays

$4.00

THL E ILIS COMPANY

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All Seats 75c

SOUTH
STATE

TICKETSNOW ON SALE
Phone 6300 for Reservations

118 Main St.

STREET

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Food--Fair

Prices- -Friendly

Atmosphere

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