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TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Mass Meeting
Planned Today
For Hostesses
Gathering For All Women
Interested In Working'
On. Social Committee
Graduate and undergraduate wo-
men students or other interested
An Arbor'residents who wish to work
on the Summer Session social com-
mittee cornected with the League
are urged to come to a mass meet-
ing at 5 p.m. today, Mary Ellen
Wheeler, '41Ed, social chairman of
the League, announced.
Those doing summer work do not
necessarily have to be stuents, Miss
Wheeler explained. The. room for
the meeting will be posted on the
bulletin board in the League under
social committee, and anyone not
able to attend this meeting may
call Miss Wheeler at 7930.
Committee work will be hostess-
ing for the Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday dances and the various
phases of the League Festival. A
complete explanation of the hostess-
ing system will be given at the meet-
ing. Those working with Miss
Wheeler on the various dances will
be present so that those wishing to
serve with them may sign up. They
are Ruth Streelman, '40Ed, in charge
of Wednesday afternoon tea dances;
Jeanne Crump, '42, in charge of the
Friday evening dances; and Betty
Hoag, '41, heading the Saturday eve-
ning dances.
4-Year-Olds
Still Accepted
B yPlay Grup
Openings in the Ann Arbor Pre-
school Play Group for a limited num-
ber of children from four to five
years old, have been announced re-
cently by Mrs. C. R. Huntwork, secre-
tary of the organization.
The group is a cooperative pro-
ject organized for the purpose of
parent education, which is carried
out through the daily play periods,
and through evenings meetings for
parents held at the League, which
are devoted to study and lectures.
The school, which includes 25 chil-
dren from two to five years old, will
be run each morning during the
Summer Session at the Angell School
playground. A regular nursery
school director, Mrs. F. W. Ouradnik,
is supervisor and the mothers of the
children assist, thus cutting down
the operation cost.
The children receive medical in-
spection by two physicians when they
arrive, and during the day they have
access to the playground equipment,
modeling clay, books, bicycles, paints
and crayons. Twice a week they
study music, and a mid-morning
lunch is the highlight of each day.
Visitors who wish to attend the
class are requested to make an ap-
- pointment with Mrs. Ouradnik. The
goup prefers mothers who will be
able to assist in th work of the
group, but at times special dispen-
sation will be made for those who
cannot, Mrs. Huntwork

Slim Lines Cut Hips
V .
The sleek gored skirts so popu'-
lar with the bathing suit manu-
facturers this year, are equally
popular with those women inclin-
ing to the pudgy side, for cleverly
cut, they do wonders toward re-
ducing the hips.
Daneing Lessons
To Be Given Today
Today in the main ballroom of the
League will be given the second in a
series of six beginners' dancing les-
sons.
Anyone connected with the Uni-
versity who would like to take these
lessons is welcome to come at 7:30
p.m., Virginia Osgood, '41, League
president said.
The fundamental steps in fox trot,
waltz, and tango will be taught, and
students may advance as quickly as
they are able.

League Council
Names Seven
Special Dances
Southern Watermelon Cnt,
Sadie Hawkins Party,
'Globe Trot' Planned
A group of seven special dances
will be included in the series of week-
end dances at the League during the
Summer Session, Mary Ellen Wheel-
er, '41Ed, social chairman of the
Summer Undergraduate Council, an-
nounced yesterday.
The regular tea dance given Wed-
nesdays during Summer School, will
take the form this week of a "Fourth
of July Dance," and the Friday so-
cial evening will be a "Quiz Pro-
gram," Miss Wheeler said.
July 6 there will be a regular Sat-
urday night dance, but Friday, July
12, will be the date of the annual
Watermelon Cut for all the southern
students on campus. The group will
gather at 8:30 p.m. in the garden of
the League for the cut, and at $ p.m.
will adjourn to the ballroom for a
dance until midnight In retaliation
a "Yankee Night" will be the feats :e
of the dance Saturday, July 13.
'Globe Trot' To Be Held
Friday, July 19, a "Globe Trot"
will be the theme of the social eve-
ning. A program by foreign students
in the International House has been
tentatively arranged for that night,
Miss Wheeler stated.
Saturday, July 20, and Friday, July
26, there will be no special events.
Skits, songs and dances from the
1940 .Junior Girls Play will highlight
the dance given Saturday, July 27,
and a dance contest will be sponsored
by the social committee at the Aug.
2 dance given Friday of that week.
Plan 'Sadie Hawkins' Dance
Regular weekend dances will be
given Saturday, Aug. 3 and Friday,
Aug. 9. The campus social season
will oficially close the night of Sat-
urday, Aug. 10, when a "Sadie Hawk-
ins Dance," borrowed from the fam-
ous comic strip "Li'l Abner," will cli-
max the summer League program.
This dance, when women students
will have an opportunity to ask their
own dates, has become a tradition on
many campuses, but it will be the
first time that such a feature will be
tried here.
The program was arranged by
Miss Wheeler, and approved by the
Summer League Council of 12 un-
dergraduate members.

Of MEN andMICE...
What a weekend, all we can say is what a weekend! W have decided,
after careful study, that everyone in A.,A. believes in the old theory that
all play and no work is swell and that right here is the place to play in.
Things started off with a bang Friday night with the Reception, which
was a huge success. We saw Penny Shaw, Marty Piersol, and Dee Skinner
ill docked up in summer formals going into the Rackham Building to do
their bit to introduce guests and make them feel at home. Mary Ellen
Wheeler was there, leoking lovely in a white formal made in Grecian style.

Weddings And Engagements
Occupy Universitys_Interest

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bibing too. And. way
music, etc., were Eilee

She was acting charming and efficient in her
post of Social Chairman, never revealing the fact
that at ten o'clock she was going to have to tear
for the Lydia Mendelssohn to get ready for her
entrance in "The Critic" at ten past ten . . .
ah! these quick change artists!
After the Reception the crowd migrated to
the League and Union and, of course, the local
h\taverns. As we took a quick peek into the Union
Ballroom we caught a glimpse of Marion Conde
and Harold Spoden enjoying the music of .Red
Ritz. In the League lobby we saw Allan Korn-
feld holding hands with Dorothy "Dixie" Walker.
South of Division we saw Pooh Griffin and Bill
Gram (who was responsible for that two-column
spread on the edit page Friday) making merry.
Marty Graham and Roy Neff were down im-
out at the Dearborn Country Club, dancing to soft
ne Oberling and Bob Frye.

Jean McConkey Marries
John Hafer Saturday
In Ann Arbor Church
Numerous weddings and engage-
ments of interest to University and
Ann Arbor groups took place over
the week-end.
Florence Jean McConkey, daugh-
ter of Prof. and Mrs. McConkey,
married John Stuart Hafer of Sara-
nac Lake, NY., son of Mrs. Frank
K. Hafer, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in
the First Presbyterian Church.
The bride was attended by several
University classmates: Margaret For-
sythe, Mrs. Carl Kossack, Mary Red-
den and Mrs. Harlan Jarvis with
Margaret Rouse, of Ann Arbor.
Mr. Hafer is a graduate of Syra-
cuse University and principal of the
high school at Saranac Lake. He is
a member of Phi Gamma Delta fra-
ternity and of Tau Theta Upsilon,
Alpha Delta Sigma and Sigma Iota
Epsilon societies.
Received University Degree
Mrs Hafer received a degree from
the University college of architec-
ture and has been art supervisor at
Greenville. She served as the first
president of the Ann Arbor Independ-
ents and belongs to Phi Kappa Phi,
Mortar Board, Senior Society, Alpha
Lambda Delta and other societies,
including two in architecture.
Alfreda Louise Walker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Walker,
and Clifford Herman Greve, of Lan-
sing, son of Mr., and Mrs. J. Her-
man Greve, were married at 4 p.m.
Sunday in the Bethlehem Evangeli-
cal Church. Rev: Theodore R.
Schmale read the service.
Is Sorority President
Mrs. Greve is a graduate of Hamil-
ton Business College and president
-f the Ann Arbor chapter of Lambda
Chi Omega, national business sor-
ority Mr. Greve received his bache-
lor's degree from the University in
1936 and his masters degree in pub-
lic health in 1937. He is a member
of Alpha Kappa Delta and Kappa
Phi Sigma honor societies.
The engagement of two former
University students, Mary Frances-

ka Brown of Bloomington, Ill., and
Lt. Col. William Albertus Sheets was
announced last Sunday. They will
be married on Aug. 10.
Miss Brown was a member of Crop
and Saddle When in the University.
Lt.-Col. Sheets received his degree
from Dennison University and is a
member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
Helen G. Walker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis W Walker of Flint,
became the bride of Douglas K.
Reading, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos
A. Reading, at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
in the First Presbyterian church at
Flint. Both are University gradu-
ates.
Mrs. Reading attended the Nation-
al College of Education at Evans-
ton, Ill., and taught in the University
Elementary school and in Flint and
Grosse Pointe. Mr. Reading has de-
grees from the literary and law
schools and practices with his father
in the offices of Reading & Reading
Two University graduates of re-
cent years, Barbara Pinney Horton,
of Birmingham, and Joseph Irwin
Robinson, of Buffalo, N.Y., were
married Saturday afternoon in St.
James Church at Birmingham.
Local Shops Carry
Informal Outfits
For Sportswomen
Fashions have again come to the
aid of the sportswoman Many ath-
letic women have a difficult time
finding clothes that will look re-
spectable in town and also be suit-
able and comfortable for the beach
and sports wear. Now, however, al-
most every problem is taken care of
by designers.
In many of the local shops one
can find playsuits which have addi-
tional skirts. These completely
change a playsuit into a dress and
can be found in a variety of styles.
Some come with a separate play-
dress which goes over a brief play-
suit, others have pinafore skirts, and
some feature plain, tailored, button-
up-the-front skirts.

Efficiency ....?
Before we get too involved with "who went where with what and why"
we'd like to clear up a little matter with a certain Mr. Robert L. Williams,
the assistant registrar. We always thought the University was pretty effi-
cient . ., . well, quite efficient, but said Mr. Williams has taken away our
faith. You see, we've been here two years now and had (past tense) a sort
of egotistical idea that we were pretty well known. We felt that when peo
ple passed us on the street they immediately said, "did you see that girl,
Well, SHE'S on the DAILY!" and other such complimentary remarks ....
but no more. here's our open letter to Mr. W.:
Dear Mr. Williams:
On June 26 we received three little blanks and a letter pertaining
to the fact that we had completed sixty-three hours and were eligible
to concentrate. At the end of the letter there is a clause which reads,
"....should there be any other questions concerning your ACADEMIC
record do not hesitate to inquire in the Registrar's office for an explana-
tion." But, Mr. Williams, our question is not about academic matters!
All our blanks and our letters were addressed in meticulous trying to
"MR," and WE are a young lady! What shall we do?
- Bewildered
Those Southern Men!
Now that we have dispensed with Mr. W.. back to the gay sassiety life.
Caroline Holt was over from Birmingham for the Art Cinema production -
We can't tell you who she was with cause he's a DAILY man and it's
against the rules, but his initials are H. K. and he used to write under
the by-line "elbigileni." Saturday night the merry making went on and
another social evening at the League was a big success. We noticed a pre-

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WOMEN'S TOURNAMENTS
Sponsored by the Women's Physical Education Department
Check in the squares below those tournaments you wish to enter.

ponderance of those tall, blond, and good lookin'
those captivating. drawls and smiles . . . so- if
what says "yo-all" there's the place to meet
him, that is, if you can't wait 'til the famous
"Southern watermelon cut" that comes off
in the middle of July.
Speaking of meeting people, Mosher
Hall had a tea last Thursday just so that

Southern men there with
your weakness is a guy
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Archery......Columbia Round
Badminton
Golf ......Women's Open Singles
Tennis......Women's Singles
Tennis. . .Mixed Doubles (partner's name .............. )

Mail or bring entries to Barbour Gymnasium not later than Satur-
day, July 6.
Tournament lists will be posted in the Women's Athletic Building
(Badminton in Barbour Gymnasium) by Monday, July 8.
Name .................... Address ................ Phone .......

its residents, new and old, could get ac-
quainted with each other. We think it was
a swell idea (we got free tea out of it).
Milling around were Charlotte Kinney, Ruth
Willets, Bea Selvin and Liz Draper. Helen
Bock, Rita Marshall and Mildred Bock were
listening to records. All in all it was very
successful and we think the other dorms
should all try it.
Even though A. A. has been like winter
all'week some hardy souls'have ventured forth into the wind, rain and sleet
to get their daily exercise. We can't understand such fortitude but to prove
it we saw, Ruth Gram and Jean Coller heading for the tennis courts clad in
shorts! Doris Kimball and Hone Hartwig were playing too. And to top
it off, Suzanne Ellis went in swimming.
Just to give you something to do when you're not studying (? we've
worked up a Tizzie Lish recipe for you. Take a cab driver, a cab, a large
collie dog, eight bottles of coke, two jumbo bottles of beer, and seven pas-
sengers; mix well and see what you get. If you don't believe it we'll refer
you to the parties concerned.

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