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SIN DAY, AUGUST 3, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DATY

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Square Dances To Feature
New Records, Max Weed

LAST SESSION of square
dancing will be presented from
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow in
the League Ballroom.
Mr. Scott .Calvurn, officiating
as caller, will play square dance
records selected from the Ford
Foundation collection. The Mon-
day night sessions have been held
regularly throughout the semester.
There is a small admission charge.
Women Prize
Hanc[-Knit Socks,
Sweater Items
Prize items in every coed's sock
and sweater collection are the
soft, fluffy ones that she has de-
signed and knit for herself.
Coeds will find they have plenty
of time to finish sock and sweater
outfits if they knit throughout the
semester for relaxation after
studying and during the combin-
ation gab sessions and cheese and
cracker parties. The ardent knit-
ter will want to exchange patterns
and ideas with the many among
her new-found friends who share
The most popular hand-knit ar-
ticles are the plain colored woolen
sport socks, fluffy white angora
anklets and the more difficult-to-
knit argyle socks. The more ex-
rt perienced at the craft have-
matching sets of socks and sweat-
ers in plain colors and argyle
designs to their knitting credit.
Coeds who might be classed as
experts tackle the Scandinavian
reindeer and skiing designs in
their sweater and mitten sets.
Beginners w.ho are eager for
further instruction in the art will
probably find roommates and
neighbors willing to help them
with the tricky stitches and to
advise thei on yarn weight and
needle sizes. There are several
knit shops located in Ann Arbor
where knitters may purchase al
their supplies.
Knitting is very popular at
Michigan but there are a few
places where knitting is out and
the lecture room is one of them.
1Neither is the happy clicking of
knitting needles appreciated in
the movies or at concerts. If con-
fined to the dormitories and in-
formal gatherings knitting is a
pleasant social activity.
Weddings &
Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Petty, of
Huntington,, W. Va., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Georgie Leroy, to William Robert
Crane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde.
C. Crane, of Pontiac. The bride
elect is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Kentucky. Her fiance is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan. The wedding will take
place late this summer.
* * *
The engagement of Miss Patri-
cia Ann Collings, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Raymond Collings of
Detroit, to Robert Cromwell Wood,
son. of Arthur C. Woods, was re-
cently announced.
Miss Collings is a student at
the University and her fiance at-
tends the University of Detroit.
He is a member of Psi Omega fra-
ternity.
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Wild-
er of Detroit announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Betty
Apn, to Harry C. Dillingham, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dilling-
ham, of Ennis, Tex.
Miss Wilder was affiliated with
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Her fiance attends University of
Texas, where the couple will con-
tinue their studies after the wed-

ding in early September.
* * *
The marriage of Marilyn Jane
Bothman, daughter of Mr. and.
Mrs. S. G. Bothman of Detroit,
to Robert Magnus Singer of Chi-
cago, Ill., and Hollywood, Calif.
was announced recently by her
parents.
The bride attended the Chicago.
Art Institute and is a graduate of
Michigan. She is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Singer,
a graduate of University of Miss-
ouri, was a member of Zeta Beta,
Tau. The couple will live in Hol-
lywood, Calif.
Hart Beats Muller
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Aug.
2--(P)-Doris Hart of Miami, Fla.,
defeated Mrs. Mary Muller of
South Africa, 6-3, 6-4, in the semi-
finals of the Swiss international
tennis championships today and
will meet Mrs. Sheila Summers of
South Africa for the women's sin-
gles title tomorrow.
Mrs. Summers was leading Mrs.
Patt Todd of Hidden Valley, Calif.,
in the other semi-final, 6-4, 8-7,
when the American defaulted, say-
ing she was exhausted by the heat.

AX WEED and his old time
square dance orchestra will
play for the square dance to be
presented from 8:30 p.m. to 11
p.m. Friday, August 8, at Ann Ar-
bor High school.
The dance is co-sponsored by
the Ann Arbor Youth Hostel and
the Ann Arbor Recreation Depart-
ment. The aiffair is open to the
public, and stags or couples may
attend, The admission price is 50
cents.

Veterans' Dance
Wives of Student Veterans'
Club' at Willow Village is spon-
soring a dance in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard P. Pooley, to
be held from 8 p.m. to midnight
today at the University Com-
munity Center in Willow Vil-
lage.
Mrs. Pooley has been Assist-
ant Social Director of the Uni-
versity Cormunity Center forj
the past year and a half. TheI
couple will leave at the end of
the summer session for Lin-
coln College in Lincoln, Ill. Mr.
Pooley will be librarian there.

A sneak preview of leap year
will be held at the Casbah Fri-
day and Saturday, when the com-
mittee presents Sadie Hawkinsl
dances.
Students may attend in couples
or stag and are required to wear
blue jeans or old clothes. The
Casbah will be open from 9 p.m.
to midnight both nights.
Designed to furnish relaxation
the last week end before finals
begin, the dances will feature the
music of Al Chase, whose orches-

Casbah's 'Sadie Hawkins' Dances
Designed for Pre-Final Relaxation

tra is scheduled weekly at the
Casbah.
The special dances will mark'
the official closing of the campus
night club for the summer ses-
sion. Carla Mullendore, central
committee chairman of the Cas-
bah for next year announced that
the student-run night club will
reopen Friday, September 26.

Women Needed
At Dance Classes
Volunteer Coeds are still need-
ed as hostesses for dancing class-
es sponsored by the League from 7
[to 8 p.m. and from 8 to 9 p.m.
Tuesdays.
The classes are presented for
the benefit of men who would
like to learn to dance or improve
their dancing. Professional in-
struction is offered by John Guin.
Both beginning and intermedi-
ate sessions are held on Tuesday.

IMPORTED BRASS-WARE
Newly arrived shipments of brass vases, candel-
bras, ornaments and jewelry. All excpsisdtefy de-
si )ed -- all imnportef
Summer Student Teachers:
1947 Christmas Cards are now on display.

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