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1NI(;DNDAY JU r 24, 1940

THE MICHi-AN DAITY

FACE BEVEL

MONDY, JNE 2, 140 PGE ~.VI

League

To Be Headquarters Of Summer Social Activities

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French House
To Begin Fifth
Summer Here
To Form Cercle Francais
Connected With Foyer;
Annual Dinner Planned
The Foyer Francais, a residence
and center of activities for students
from all departments interested in
French, begins its fifth summer on
campus this week.
Women students may live and
board at the house, while men are
invited to take their noon and eve-
ning meals there. Arrangements
may also be made for single meals at
the house.
Only French may be spoken in the
house. As a rule the members of the
Foyer include representatives from
all parts of the country, many of
whom have traveled abroad and are
able to give interesting talks of their
travels. French publications are
provided for the members.
Highlighting the series of social,
events will be the celebration of the
French national, holiday July 14, and
the annual banquet to be held dur-
ing the final week of the session.
The house is again under the di-
rection of Mlle. Jeanne Rosselet,
professor of French at Goucher Col-
lege in Baltimore, Md. Assisting Mlle.
Rosselet will be Mlle. Deirdre Mc-
Mullan; instructor in French during
the regular school year at Grosse
Pointe High School. The faculty di-
rector will be Prof. Antoine Jobin
of the French department.
The Foyer will be located at the
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority house
as in past years, located at 1414
Washtenaw. A few places are still
available at the house for room and
board and also places at the table;
arrangements may be made by tele-
phoning Miss McMullan at the
house, 2-2547.
Members of- the French faculty

Sororities, Dorms,
47 League Houses
Open For Summer
Four residence halls, 12 sorority
houses and 47 League houses will be
open for women students in the 1940
Summer Sessions.
Betsy Barbour House, with Miss
Edith Barnard as chaperon, Univer-
sity House headed by Mrs. Edward
Goodale and Stockwell Hall with
Mrs. Ellory Preston are for graduate
students only. Mosher Hall, to be
chaperoned by Mrs. Holly Dobbins,
will have one graduate corridor and
the rest will be for undergraduates.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Alpha Xi
Delta will be open -or undergrad-
uates. The following sorority houses
will be open for graduate students
only: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon
Iota, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha
Phi, Chi Omega, Collegiate Sorosis,
Delta Delta Delta, Gamma Phi Beta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Beta
Phi.
Hours for graduate students will
be 11 p.m. Sunday through Thurs-
day and 1:30 a.m. Friday and Sat-
urday. There will be night chaperons
in graduate halls so that these hours
will be the closing hours, but will
not have to be held strictly, an-
nounced the office of the Dean of
Women.
Regular League rules will be in
effect for undergraduate women. The
hours are 10:30 p.m. through the
week, 1:30 a.m. Friday, 12:30 p.m.
Saturday and 11:00 p.m. Sunday.
are frequently invited to the house
to meet the members informally and
also to contribute to the conversa-
tion. A group of graduate students
and teachers of French form a nu-
cleus in the Foyer which cooperates in
assisting new students to improve
their facility in the spoken language.
In connection with the Foyer, a
Cercle Francais will be organized,
and the first meeting will be held
at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the house.

Square Dances
And Ballroom
Dances Taught
Miss McCormick Plans
Events To Continue
Every Day Of Week
The League under the direction of
Miss Ethel McCormick, social ad-
viser, this Summer Session presents
a social program consisting of a wide
variety of entertainment, featuring
special events in dancing, bridge
and social hours,
Heading the list is a series of
square dancing classes to be held at
7:45 p.m. every Monday for six weeks
beginning today. Benjamin B. Lovett
with the aid of the Henry Ford
Square Dance Orchestra will super-
vise the instruction which will be
presented free of charge to all stu-
dents.
Duplicate Bridge Offered
Two social events mark Tuesday on
the calendar. Miss McCormick and
Elva Pascoe, instructors in winter
dancing classes, will conduct the
first beginners dancing class tomor-
row and the first intermediate class
on Wednesday. The price of $1.50
covers the entire group of dancing
classes for beginners and interme-
diates. At 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Con-
way Magee, research assistant in
physiology, will be in charge of a
duplicate bridge hour. Anyone wish-
ing to play is cordially invited to
attend either with or without a part-
ner.
Wednesdays will be filled with
dancing; in addition to the inter-
mediate class, free tea dances will
be held in the League ballroom from
3:30 p.m. to 5:30. p.m. under the
baton of Earl Stevens and his band.
Students are urged to attend with
or without partners .to become ac-
quainted with other summer school
students. At '8 pm. each Thursday,
Mr. Magee will be present at the
League to instruct all interested in-
dividuals in the "ups and downs" of
good bridge playing. The cost of
bridge lessons is $1.50.
Weekend Dances Planned
Winding up a week of social ac-
tivities, Friday and Saturday evy,-
nings will be devoted to gala social
hours beginning at 9 p.m. Earl Ste-
vens and his orchestra will again
supply dancers with music. All stu-
dents are inviteed to come with or
without a partner. Admission will
be 35 cents per person for each Fri-
day and Saturday night dance with
the exception of this Friday, when
there will be no admission charge.
Planning of the 1940 Summer Ses-
sion League program is under the
direction of Miss McCormick in con-
junction with the Summer League
Council. Heading the council as
president is Virginia Osgood, '41.

Weddings AndEngagementsFeature
Graduation, Post Graduation Days

Numerous weddings and engage-
ments interested Ann Arbor and
University society in the days be-
tween final exams and opening of
Summer Session.
Alice Elizabeth St. John, '39,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
St. John, and Neil M. Tracy, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Tracy, of Flint,
were married June 8 in the League
chapel. Miss St. John, a member
of Alphi Phi sorority, has been teach-
ing in Clare. Mr. Tracy is a grad-
uate of Michigan State and is a
member of Phi Delta Theta.
Beatrice Marie Nesbitt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edwin Nesbitt,
of Butler, Pa., and Bryant Walker
Ruthven, son of President and Mrs.
Ruthven, were married June 4 in the
League Chapel. Following the wed-
ding, a reception was held in the
League garden, and later Dr. and
Mrs. Ruthven gave a dinner at their
home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
Ruthven received their degrees from
Albion College. Mr. Ruthven will
take up graduate work in the busi-
ness administration school. He is a
member of Delta Tau Delta frater-
nity, and his bride is a member of
Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Mrs. L. L. Laing has announced
the engagement of her daughter,
Ruth, '40, to Lynn Townsend, '40,
of Evansville, Ind. The engagement
of Joanna Reading, daughter of
Harry W. Reading and the late Mrs.
Reading, to Elliott Ketcham, '37E,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ketcham,
of Dearborn, was also told.
Frayer-Usher
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Frayer
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Alice Carolyn, '39, to Ro-
land Greene Usher, Jr., son of Prof.
and Mrs. Roland G. Usher, of St.
Louis, Mo. Miss Prayer is a member
of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr.
Usher received his bachelor's degree
from Washington University in St.
Louis, and his masters here.
Mrs. Bertha Bauer announced the
engagement of her daughter, Linda,

'37A, to John W. Thomson, '40M.
Dr. Thomson, son of Dr. and Mrs.
T. L. Thomson, received his masters
degree here in 1937.
Prof. and Mrs. Ransom S. Hawley
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Evelyn, to Dr. Lawrence A.
Comstock. '40M, son of Mrs. Charles
L. Comstock, of Albion, and the late
Mr. Comstock. Miss Hawley attended
the School of Music here, and Dr.
Comstock received his bachelor's de-
gree from Albion College in 1932.
Lendved-Lebeis
Marion Lendved, '42, of Menom-
inee, Wis., and Edward H. Lebeis,
Jr., '40E, of Mamaroneck, N. Y.,
were married June 15 in the League
Chapel. Mr. Lebeis is a member of
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
society.
Allison Curtis, '41, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis D. Curtis, was mar-
ried to Charles LeMoyne Burleigh,
Jr., June 19 in the garden of her
home. Mrs. Burleigh is a member
of Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. Bur-
leigh received his master's degree
from Harvard in 1938.
Dr. and Mrs. William P. Lemon
have announced the engagement of
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their daughter, Gwenyth, to Edwin
G. Burrows, of New Haven, Conn.,
son of Prof. Miller Burrows of Yale
University.
Ann Sylvester, '40, member of Phi
Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, was
married to Philip William McLane,
'39, June 17 in St.. Andrews Episcopal
Church.
Miss Jane Hancock Kraft, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Kraft,
of Caledonia, married Dr. James L.
Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
H. Lawson, June 17 in the League
Chapel.

Shantung Sandals
New Beach Wear
Ankle socks and bare legs seem
to be almost universal this summer,
both featured in the current swing
back to children's styles in adult
fashions.
Besides Mexico's huraches in foot-
wear there are, for more casual wear,
play shoes of every style: spike-soled
golf -shoes, moccasins for play, flat-
soled oxfords, Roman sandals and
regular beach sandals, many in the
new natural pigskin and gay shan-
tung. Side lacings and pipings are
prominent.
For more dressy occasions there
are the perennial pumps, high-heeled
strap shoes, sandals with and with-
out wedges, and satin slippers.

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TO THE SUMMER SESSION.
MAKE THIS YOUR HEADQUARTERS
WHILE IN ANN ARBOR
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