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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

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Moonlight

Dance

Will

Be Given

Friday

Night

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Campus Organizations Are
Sponsors of Outdoor Affair

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Weddings &
Engagements

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The Moonlight Dance, an all
campus event, is to be presented
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday,
in the new parking lot between the
Chemistry Building and Natural
Science, Mary Catherine Wright,
League president said today.
A totally new and unusual idea,
the dance originated with the
American Veteran's Committee,
and spread with the acceptance
of joint sponsorship by the Lea-
gue, the Union, Student Legisla-
ture and the Inter-Racial Associ-
ation, according to Miss Wright.
Designed to permit street dan-
cing to the music of Al Chase and
his band, the event will be open
to all students on campus free of
charge. Cokes will be sold to add
to the carnival atmosphere of the
occasion.
Fair weather will be necessary
for the dance, and the sponsors
are cooperating in a joint plea to
the weatherman in the hope of
avoiding rain, according to Miss
Wright.
Al Chase will be remembered as
.: the regular bandleader at the Cas-

bah Friday and Saturday nights.
In the outdoor mood of the dance
his music will carry an airy theme.
The amount of space available
in the parking lot is sufficient to
accommodate a large crowd, and
the air present should guarantee
that the heat doesn't dampen the
spirits'*of the dancers, Miss Wright
said.
Village Council To
Hold Dance Aug. 9
The Willow Run Resident Coun-
cil will sponsor a dance from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. August 9 at West
Lodge.
Proceeds of the dance will be
used to further the council's pro-
gram of village improvements.
Tickets are fifty cents and may be
obtained through council mem-
bers.
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ELEGANT-Eleven curling pet-
als paved in diamonds hang
from a diamond and platinum
necklace in this new design.
Clips in feather crown repeat
the flower motif.

State

'Fairest'

i

To Be Sought

Slim-Trim and Ladylike
A NEW INSIDE-
YOUR-HANDBAG ACCESSORY

At

State

Fair

The engagement of Miss Norma
Anne Johnson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Bazydlo of
Wyandotte, to Robert E. Walker,
son of the Floyd Walkers of Media,
Pa., has been announced by the
bride-elect's parents.
Both were graduate from the
University.
They plan an August wedding.
* * *
The engagement of Lois West-
cott to Bruce Knight Bockstanz
has been announced by the bride-
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Westcott of Detroit.
Mr. Bockstanz is son of the Sid-
ney Bockstanzs of Grosse Pointe.
Miss Westcott attended Harper
Hospital School of Nursing and
Detroit Business School. Mr. Bock-
stanz is a graduate of the Uni-
versity. He is affiliated with Al-
pha Tau Omega and Alpha Kappa
Psi.
The couple plan an October
wedding.
At a recent ceremony in New
York, Miss ,Cornelia Reagan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Reagan of rooklyn, N.Y., became
the bride of Mr. Donald John Cur-
to, son of the D. H. Curtos of Mar-
quette.
The bride is a graduate of the
University and a member of Col-
legiate Sorosis. Mr. Curto, also
a graduate of the University, is
a Marine Corps veteran. He is
working on his M.A. at the Uni-
versity.
At a recent ceremony in Chi-
cago, Miss Marilyn Jane Bothinan
became the bride of Robert Mag-
nus Singer.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bothman of
Ann Arbor. Mr. Singer's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Singer of
Chicago.
Thenew Mrs. Singer is a grad-
uate of the University and a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi. She
also attended the Art Institute of
Chicago.
Mr. Singer, a graduate of the
University of Missouri, is a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Beta
Kappa honorary society and Scab-
bard and Blade. He served in the
Navy during the war.
The couple will live in Holly-
wood.

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DESIGNS IN PLASTER-Edward Krumpe, New York sculptor
and wood carver, looks over a plaster figure which he designed.
Busts, lamps and chandeliers also were made by Krumpe, who
calls this work "creative plaster."
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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A glamor contest to choose
Michigan's "Fairest of the Fair"
will be held at the ninety-eighth
Michigan State Fair, Aug. 29
through Sept. 7, under the chair-
manship of Richard W. Satter-
field, executive manager of the
John Robert Powers Finishing
School.
The contest is open to all of
Michigan's "queens," "goddesses"
and "misses" of the past year. Any
woman who has won a title
thi'ough sponsored competition
may come to Detroit to try for the
crown of "Fairest," according to
Gladys McCracken, publicity di-
rector for the fair.
A program of special entertain-
ment has been planned for contest
entries on Sept. 3, the day of the
contest. Miss b~. S. R. of August
will be hostess to the contestants
for a special sightseeing tour of
the city by bus and they will also
be entertained at a luncheon and
dinner.
Women wishing to enter the
competition may submit entry
blanks, which can be obtained
by writing to the Michigan State
Fairgrounds, Detroit, before mid-
night, Aug. 15.
Open House Today
The League holds open house
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. every Sun-
day evening with facilities for
dancing and bridge in the Grand
Rapids Room.
Open to all students, the League
here presents an opportunity for
students to get together and en-
joy recreation.
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First Congregational Church:
10:45 a.m. Public Worship. Dr.
Parr's subject is "The Greatest
Discovery of Modern Education."
3:00 p.m. Student Guild will
meet with the Wesleyan Guild at
the Methodist Church for an aft-
ernoon and evening program with
supper at 5:30 p.m.
First Church of Christ, Scien-
tist, 409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at
10:30. Subject: "Truth."
Sunday School at 11:45.
Wednesday evening service at 8
p.m.
Unity: Sunday services at 11:00
a.m. at Unity Chapel, 310 S. State
St. Subject: "New Horizons."
There will be no meeting of the
Student Discussion Group this

week.
The Class in "Jesus Christ
Heals" will meet at 7:30 Wednes-
day night. Reading Rooms will be
open only on Wednesday and Fri-
day except for special appoint-
ments for the remainder of the
summer.
Memorial Christian Church:
(Disciples of Christ) Hill and Tap-
pan Streets.
Morning Worship 10:50 a.m.
Nursery for children during the
service.
The Congregational-Disciple
Guild: Movies and skits about Ann
Arbor at 3 p.m. in the Methodist
Church. Supper with the Wes-
leyan Guild at 5:30 followed by
a discussion "Do You Believe in
Fairy Tales?" George Bradley,
Evelyn Pease, Melvin Marcus and
Dwight Walsh will participate in
the panel.

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