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THE MICHIGAN lXLY

MONDAY, JTUNE 24, 1940

PAGE SIX MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1940
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Library Hours
Are Announced
League To Have Books
For Lending,. Renting
The League Library will be open
to women students from 12:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m. seven days a week dur-
ing the Summer Session, it was pan-
nlounced yesterday.
The Library, located on the third
floor of the League, has a rental
collection of current books which
may be taken out at the rate of
three cents a day, as well as the
regular circulating collection taken
out for two weeks. Current copies
of the New Yorker, Vogue, Made-
moiselle, Time, The Readers Digest,
The Atlantic Monthly, Good House-
keeping, The Saturday Review of
Literature and others are available
for use in the library, while back
numbers may be taken out.
The book collection includes mod-
ern plays, fiction, biographies, travel
and poetry.

For Warmth On Reach
Snug jackets with attached
hood mean warmth on the beach.

. .. of cabbages
and kings ...
Now that you're all through with registering and have all those eight
hours (WE recommend taking only two-all work and no play makes Jill
a dull girl, etc.' well in hand, you can stop worrying about the scholastic
side of the summer until that fateful week in August when finals come.
Personally, we just aren't thinking about that week-YET! Anyway, what
we're leading up to is that each and every one of you should concentrate
on the recreational side of the summer -. -
What you are going to do with those long summer days shouldn't bother
you a bit. A. A. offers just lots of wonderful things, and you don't even
have to look them up yourself. We've investigated all possibilities for you.
First, if you're the athletic type or want to get your sweet sixteen
figure back, you can go out for some of the physical ed. classes that tle
summer session offers. You can choose from Modern Dance, Tap Dancing,
Archery, Golf, Riding, Tennis, Swimming and Badminton classes. And
in case you want to make it a twosome all these classes except swimming,
golf, and tennis are open to both men and women.
Take Your Playmates To ...
For those who don't want to take special classes but just want to play
when they feel like it, there are several excel-
lent golf courses around Ann Arbor, also sev-
eral very good riding stables. To show
off that daring new bathing suit or to get a
good tan or just to swim, you can go to Portage
Lake (via Dexter), Whitmore Lake, Loch Al-
-pine, or Barton Pond, and oh, yes, if you don't
have a car you can go to the Union pool for
recreational swimming Tuesdays and Thurs-
days at 11 in the morning and from 8:30 to
9:30 in the evening.
If you're not a sports fan, but still want to be in the sun, out in the
open air, reveling in that wonderful (?) A. A. weather, you can always go
walking (Arboretum recommended) or get a sturdy beach chair and bask
in the sun.
The social outlook for the summer ought to make you all sit up and
take notice.
Friday night a grand reception will be held at the Horace Rackham
School. You'll meet everybody from everywhere there and it ought to be

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KEEP YOUR HEAD
THIS SUMMER...
as lovely and as "like-you" as. it is during the
other months. You'll admit there's cool comfort
in a hair-do that won't allow for straggling
ends. You'll also admit that "topnotch" per-
fection renders you self-confident in any social
whirl.
Believe it or not, our hairdressing processes are
downright refreshing, even on the warmest days.
Come to DiMattia's for your hair-trimming,
hair-shaping, permanents, finger-waves, mani-
cures and all the best in beauty treatments.
338 South State (above the Parrot)
1133 East Huron

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Free Sports,
Dance Course
Are Offered
Men's, Women's Lessons
Begin Today; Students
May Rent Equipment
Activity couarses in sports and
dancing are to be given to students
in the Summer Session free of charge
beginning today, Dr. Margaret Bell,
chairman of the Department of Phy-
sical Education for Women, has an-
nounced.
Students may register for the
courses, which- will be given on a
four and six weeks basis, in Room
15 Barbour Gymnasium. Equipment
may be rented there for a small fee.
Women students may enroll in any
of the classes offered, but men stu-
dents are limited to seven. The two
modern dance classes, archery and
riding, which will be given beginning
this week, and the badminton, riding
and tap dancing classes which are
to begin July 8.
All women taking the activity
courses or playing in the. tourna-
ments are required to have a medical
check at the University Health Ser-
vice before participating, Dr. Bell
stated.
Tournaments in golf, tennis, arch-
ery and badminton will be run dur-
ing the summer. Entry blanks for
the tourneys will be available this
week in the departmental office.
The Summer Session faculty of
the women's physical education de-
partment as announced by Dr. Bell
will include Dorothy Beise, instruc-
tor in archery, body conditioning
and tennis; Marie Hartwig, who will
teach golf and tap dancing; Barbara
Crowe, swimming instructor; Helen
Ellis, modern dance, and Catherine
Good, in charge of the riding classes.
West Quadrangle,
Fletcher Hall Open
Among the residence halls open
to men students of the Summer Ses-
sion will be - the West Quadrangle,
which adjoins, the Union. Students
in the medical school, and depart-
ments of public health and the bio-
logical sciences will be taken in at
the Victor C. Vaughan .House, which
is next to the University Hospital.
Fletcher Hall, although giving
preference to students entered in
the eight-week Summer Session, will
be open to all students.

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Lastex For Freedom In Seas

Along with all the current hulla-
baloo about "freedom of the seas"
and the inviolability of the Monroe
Doctrine, goes freedom of movement
and the Mexican influence in the
new summer bathing suit and play-
suit styles.
For weekends at a cottage on the
shores of Lake Huron or Michigan,
a "must" for the serious swimmer
is an elastic swim suit, designed to
assure greater freedom of movement.
Combination playsuits and swimn
suits, either one or two piece, are
more practical for the beach lounger,

and can be made just as stunning
cis a lastex suit. The dressmaker
suit, that erstwhile favorite of the
old and infirm, has enjoyed a pre-
nomenal rise to popularity among
the young fry this season. Matching
sbort coats for beach wear are a
frequent complement to these suits.
Playsuits fit for the tennis court,
picnics or canoeing may be either
shorts, slacks or skirts with halter
tops or shirts. The shorts-and-skirt
combination goes very well fLr the
particular case of the woman student
at the University.

"G IMME"
Sandal
FOR PLAY 0 FOR SPORTS 0 FOR LOAFING

fun. Every Friday and Saturday night there will1
League ballroom. You can come with or without
partners and it's a swell chance to hook a new
man or gal to amuse you this summer. Don't let
opportunity knock in vain.!

be social evenings in the

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Be Popular-Learn Dancing
If you can't dance and don't want to let thist
wonderful chance to secure that life partner go
by, join the League dancing classes. They're held f
every Tuesday night. Also, every Monday night
Square and Country Dancing classes will be held
at the League. Learn to do a barn dance gracefully and surprise all your
friends when you return home (Really it's lots of fun!). The League gives
bridge lessons too.
If sports and bridge and dancing don't appeal to you you can turn to
the stupendous productions the Repertory players will put on (ADV.).
They're giving seven plays, a new one every week, and we have first hand
information that they're all going to be good.

All smart girls are crying, "Gimme
GIMME" . . . It's the coolest, smart-
est, comfiest casual shoes made!
WHITE! All sizes! Come see it!

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TAKE IT EASY - have fun
-and make your summer school
a vacation. Live a carefree sum-
mer in clothes designed for
campus living - for the class-
room, lectures, teas, the summer
plays and dances at the League,
-for picnics and active sports.
Choose from our big collec-
tion of everything that's new
and news this summer for the
budget-minded.

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COTTONS for 'round the ciock
hours, from $3.9-5.
PRINTS, chiffons, nets and jer-
seys, from $7.95.
PLAYSUITS and SLACKS,

If you are SHORT and
Yearn to Walk Taller . .
Sit Taller . . . Feel Taller
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Wear "HALF-SIZE"
It's the WHOLE Foundation
Fashion Picture . . . but it's
in "Half-Sizes!"
Yes, by shrewd manipulation,
Half-Size seems to add inches to
your height! It has that "soft
young look" so desired by
mothers and their young count-
erparts, and is designed to com-
plement their new Half-Size
Dresses.
Fits with little or no alterations
... for it not only carries your
size on the tag, but is styled as
you want it-proportioned the
way you need it! The TwoWay-
OneWay back panel controls
with greatest of ease and com-
fort.
3 variations of cut and fit to
mould 3 basic types of Half-
Size Figures!
* the short, full-busted in sizes..
*the average in sizes..........
Othe tail, full-thighed in sizes....

Lovett To Open
SquareJ Pance
SeriesTonight
For the third consecutive year,
Benjamin B. Lovett of the Dearborn
Edison Institute will conduct tonight
the first of a series of six square
dancing classes to be held at 7:45
p.m. each Monday in the League
Ballroom.
These dancing classes mark the
opening of the League social pro-
gram for the 1940 Summer Session
and are presented free of charge for
the benefit of all students enrolled
in the University.
The enthusiasm of the partici-
pants in the dance last year promp-
ted the return engagement of Mr.
Lovett who will instruct interested
students on the principles of the
walk, quadrille formation, badger
gavots, waltzes and other variations
of basic square dance steps. Last
year, Mr. Lovett was originally sche-
duled for a series of four lessons but
by popular request, the series was
extended to six.
Because of the large attendance
at the square dance lessons, students
are urged to come early to eliminate
any possibility of being turned away.
There will be adequate facilities for
those wishing to witness the classes.
In cooperation with Mr. Lovett,
the Henry Ford Square Dance Or-
chestra of Dearborn will again fur-
nish the music. The members of this
musical organization are selected
musicians especially trained for this
type of dancing.
Crowd Attends
League Dance
More Than 400 Throng
Ballroom Saturday
A lively crowd of more than 400
students of the Summer Session in-
augurated the League's social pro-
gram at this first event of the sea-
son held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the League Ballroom.
Dancing enthusiasts, ranging in
rank from freshmen to graduates,
danced to the music of Earl Stevens
and his 10-piece band. A feature of
the summer dances noted Saturday
was the presence of the stag line,
which is notably absent from winter
dances at the University.
Performing the duties of official

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