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June 26, 1933 - Image 3

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Musicians PlanSeries 'g e IY C i lActivities-t-a-------
id, Sixty membersof the Detroit Sym-
SSixy meberhs, ondf the Dretitn- Social activities for students en- lounges, and bowling alleys will be Dancing classes will be held under
Pis hony Orchestra, under the direction rolled in the Summer Session will open as usual, he said. the direction of Roland Fulton, who
series of nightly concerts July 1 at a center around the League, it was Dances Friday and Saturday nights will be assisted by Miss McCormick
newly constructed concert garden at stated yesterday by Miss Ethel Mc- at the League will follow the general and Miss Ellen B. Stevenson, assist-
Westwood Inn, situated on Michigan Cormick, social director of women, plan of those held during last year's ant to the dean of women. These
ate In Wvenesw dnnsiuateornccordingt mongevents planned are Friday Summer Session in that they will not classes, which are limited to 100, are th e S.A .E . OS
Avenue near Dearborn, according to and Saturday night dances begin- require attendance in couples.dBoth intended for beginners and willmeet w
an announcement. ning July 7, teas, dancing classes, men and women will be encouraged two evenings a week in the League Corner Washtenaw and South University
With concerts every night except bridge instruction and tournaments, to come to these dances whether Ballroom. It was pointed out by
r mem- Monday as well as on Saturday and and the organization of luncheon with partners or alone, Miss McCor- Miss McCormick that Mr. Fulton will
.aborate Sunday afternoons, the orchestra clubs. The Student Art Exchange mick said, and there will be host also give special lessons in tango
'esented will present hour and half-hour pro- will be continued from the regular and hostess committees to make it dancing if desired. A nominal fee
accord- grams interspersed with dancing to session, Miss McCormick said, easier for students to get acquainted, will be charged for membership in
a by Dr. a representative dance orchestra. Students will also have a number Dean Edward H. Kraus' reception any of the classes, she said.
of the Officials of the Detroit Symphony of facilities for recreation offered and open house Friday, July 7, will Bridge will be taught Wednesday
e bu D ,y r pr setive da ce or hets.ttu ent w ll aloeav a nu m er D ennd w rdHdK r us' re ep io a y f he cla seyhe sadh®ee rUnteiffci lof thwDe rothym ho yifm sclit es fo r cr at on ohfre a dppe eh usiF idaeulv7ew llBrdge wiltehauhsW ensdarJu yes.Or he trnh vghnn used th ty t eJ yhhe U n onMwictamss,,be thwoen ng ev nt flhi s ri ssni htTby Jo nE Etes woE All al o HAE E ASA YD
s of five floor 125 feet long and 65 feet wide provide a social and recreational All students enrolled in the Summer be in charge of the bridge tourna-
aturing will be available. center for faculty and students. Session are invited to attend this ments scheduled for Tuesday nights.
e Uni- According to the plan the sym- There will be no special activities, free of charge, it was said. There Players in the competitions will be ALSO ROOM $2.50 PER WEEK PHONE 9135
resident phony program will begin each eve- however, it was said yesteerday by will be dancing and the entire League in pairs and the winning team will
ning, continuing for an hour and Stanley Waltz, assistant manager. Building will be open to inspection receive a silver cup. There will be a
faculty followed by' a half hour of dancing, The swimming pool, billiard room, by the visitors. small entrance fee charged.
in the after which the symphony orchestra
th en- will again play for half an hour. The
e Was- dance music will then continue until
violin; 1 a. m. Reservations for tables may
>ncello; be made through the Detroit Sym-
voice; phony Orchestra, Orchestra Hall,
rofessor Detroit.
an, as-
faculty The Whitney Theatre, closed for
laneous many months, has now been opened
Palmer for regular afternoon and evening
st, and showings of first-run movies. The
chestra, theatre, located across from the
iversity court house on Main St., is under the
tes for direction of Larry E. Mull, who has
finitely been in the theatre business in this
r Presi- city for the past four years.
us year
' Presi-
(Continued from Page 2)
er con- fully the detailed article appearing
in Hill in this issue of The "Daily"
Las Fal- Michigan Repertory Players: Franz
ind in- Molnar's "The Play's the Thing"
ent sev- opens tonight in the Lydia Mendel-
, it was ssohn Theatre. An announcement
concerning the list of plays and
prices may be found elsewhere in
Will this paper. WE certainly are happy that you are having the advant-
tdies University Symphony Orchestra: Seso atU vriy
Open to all students of the Univer- ages of a Summer Session at the University of M ichigan
will be sity who can qualify. Rehearsals
dies this M. T. W. Th. at 2 p. m. in Morris
collec- Hall. Students not in the School of YOU likewise will be happy to know of the finer cleanng
iiversity Music who have conflicts may regis-
at the ter for two of the weekly rehearsals. and pressing available in Ann Arbor at GREENE'S. The
by and David Mattern.
_an__d__ most modern of cleaning methods are employed. It is a
n 1928, University Summer Session Men's
botany, Glee Club: Open to all men of the cleaning procedure that insures that your garments are
y, and University who care to sing. Re-
om 8 a. hearsals Tuesday from 7 to 8 p. m..ins anrrks
nd from in Morris Hall. this
id holi- David Mattern.
able for University Summer Session Mixed
ral ex- Chorus: Open to all students of the
:dustrial University who can sing. Rehearsals
la, an- Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p. mn. in Morris
;y, fine Hall. .,
David. Mattern.
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