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SL, University To Sponsor.
Free Mixer Dance Friday'

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'Beach Ball'
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A free mixer dance, jointly
sponsored by the Student Legisla-
ture and the summer session of
the University, will be held Friday
in the League Ballroom.
The informal Dance will be
open to all Sunmer Session stu-
dents eitther stag or drag.
DEL ELLIOT and his orchestra.,
featuring the song stylings of
Beth Skidmore, will be on the
bandstand from 9 o'clock until
midnight to furnish music for
dancing.
The Grand Rapids room will
be the center of attraction for
tired dancers. Features in the
Grand room will be an open:
bridge tournement, ping pong,
and the usual television set.
The bridge tourney, under the
direction of Mrs. Walter Mc-
Clean, director of the League As-
sociation, will also be free. Scores
will be taken from every fourth
hand.
* ~* *
A CASH PRIZE for the grand
winner will be provided by the
Student Legislature.
Fortune tellers will be on hand
to gaze into crystals balls for
those wishing to pry into their
future.
Another popular spot for relax-
ation between dances will be the
Garden of the League. The Gar-
den, viich is traditionally re -
served for women or men escorted
French House
Plans Novel BalI
Further social plans of the lan-
guage houses for the summer ses-
sion will include a Soiree to be
held Friday, July 28 at the Maison
Francaise.
Plans include a very French
atmosphere with appropriately
dressed musicians as well as
house settings. The dance will be
closed, girl-bid.

As

Final Dance

SONGSTRESS-Pictured above
is Beth Skidmore, vocalist cur-
rently featured with Del Elliott
and his orchestra. Miss Skid-
more has had a broad singing
background. While attending
University High School, she held
the leading roles of the oper-
ettas during her junior and sen-
ior years. She has also had her
own -weekly radio show over
WPAG. She hopes to some day
sing musical comedy in the
opera.
* * *
by women will be opon to all foot
weary dancers desiring to absorb
a little fresh Ann Arbor air.
THE LEAGUE GRILL will also
be open all evening to serve re-
freshments to those attending.
Under the chairmanship of
SL's Frank Butorac the dance
was orginally scheduled for last
Friday under the lights of Pal-
mer Field but was cancelled be-
cause of unworkable conditions.
As the first SL sponsored dance
of the Summer session, it will re-
place the regurally scheduled
League dance for that night which
also features Del Elliott and his
orchestra.

"Beach Ball", an informal dance
jointly sponsored by Del Elliott
and the Michigan League Coun-
cil will be held from 9 p. m. to
1 a .m Saturday, July 30 in the
League Ballroom.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by Del Elliott and his or-
chestra. Elliott's orchestra has
been holding down the bandstand
at the League every Friday and
Saturday night during summer
session. Featured songstress Beth
Skidmore will render the vocal
honors.
* * *
DECORATIONS ranging from
seaweed to fish nets will bedeck
the ballroom in keeping with the
beach theme. An assortment of
sea animals from the edible vlams,
lobsters, and shrimp to the more
forbidding sea horses, whales,
and many, other varieties of deep
sea fauna will also be seen. Beach
ambrellas will add their touch of
gaiety to the seaside scene.
Informality is the keynote of
the affair. Women attending
the dance will wear blue jeans
sunback dresses, skirts and
blouses, or informal cottons.
Men will be attired in sports
shirts and slacks.
.TENTATIVE PLANS have been
made for a floorshow during in-
termission. Refreshments of hot-
dogs and soft drinks will be avail-
able.
The "Beach Ball" conclude
the League's series of informal
summer dances. A formal had
originally been planned, but due
to the hot weather the idea was
given up.
Co-eds will be granted 1:30 a. m.
late permission.

Randolph-Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. Ran-
dolph of Ann Arbor have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Kathryn, to McClain B.
Smith, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Smith of Washington, D. C.
Miss Randolph graduated from
the University in June and is af-
filiated with Delta Zeta. Mr.
Smith received his B. S. degree
frcm Pennsylvania State College
and his Masters degree in forestry
at the University.
The wedding will take place
shortly after Christmas.
* * *
Helmick-Arnesen
Miss Nancy Helmick, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Helmick of
Park Ridge, Ill., and Richard
Arnesen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ragnar Arnesen of Ann Arbor,
were married on June 25 in Park
Ridge..
The bride graduated from the
University in June. A member of
Alpha Omega, she was Business
Manager of the The Daily.

Mr. Arnesen was also
Daily staff.
The couple will live
Arbor while Mr. Arnesen
his last two years at the
sity.
* * *

on the
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finishes
Univer-

Earle-Fry
In a ceremony held June 18 at
the Metropolitan Methodist
Church, Detroit, Miss Martha Ann
Earl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Earl of Grosse Pointe,
became the bride of William
James Fry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn W. Fry of Ann Arbor.j
Mrs. Fry, a June graduate of
the Literary College, is affiliated
with Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Fry, who is in Medical
School, is a member of Phi Chi
medical fraternity.
* * *
Wenk-Schwartz
The Zion Lutheran Church,

AnnArbor, was the scene on June
15 of the marriage of Miss Corinne
Ila Wenk, daughter of H. Albert
Wenk of Ann Arbor, and Harold
C. Schwartz, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Schwartz of Butte, Mont.
Mrs. Schwartz will be a senior
this fall, while Mr. Schwartz is a
pre-medical student.
The newlyweds are living in
Ann Arbor.
Good-Austin
Miss Jean Margaret Good and
Philip Thomas Austin exchanged
their marriage vows on June 15
in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church,
Ann Arbor.
The bride is the daughter of
Prof. and Mrs. Warren Good of
Ann Arbor. While attending the
University she was affiliated with
Kappa Delta.
Mr. Austin's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. C. Leroy Austin of Bir-
mingham. He received his Mas-
ter's Degree at the University.
The couple is living in Birming-
ham.
* * *
Buell-Boynfton
Miss Mary Elizabeth Buell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon
H. Buell of Ann Arbor, and Ken-
neth H. Boynton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy J. Boynton of Pontiac,
were married July 2 in the First
Baptist Church, Ann Arbor.
The bride, a member of Delta
Delta Delta, is a June graduate of
the Literary College.
Mr. Boynton received his BS in
Engineering and his Master's in
Business Administration ait the
University.
Mr. and Mrs. Boynton are mak-
ing their home in Battle Creek.
* * *
Porter-Muhl
Miss Elinor Elizabeth Porter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Doak Porter of Ann Arbor, and
Edwin Oliver Muhl, son of Mrs.
Edwin Muhl of Minneota, Minn.,
were united in marriage on July
9 in the First Presbyterian Church,
Ann Arbor.
A graduate of the University,
Mrs. Muhl is affiliated with Alpha
Gamma Delta.
Mr. Muhl attended the Univer-
sity of Minnesota.
The couple will live in Minnea-
polis.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Maitland
of Manistique have announced the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Shirley,
to Dean Spaulding, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Spalding of Grand Rap-
ids.
A graduate of the University,
Miss Maitland is employed at the
Ann Arbor News. Mr. Spalding, a
senior in the School of Business
Administration, is a member of
Chi Phi.

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guchi (July 7-31). Islamic pottery
from the collection of the College
of Architecture and Design.
Rackham Galleries: Paintings
by Willard MacGregor, Visiting
Professor of Piano, School of Mu-
sic (July 8-August 5), East Gal-
lery.
Architecture Building: Exhibit
of student work in design and in
city planning. (June 9-August 13).
University Museums Building,
rotunda. Arctic birds, by George
Miksch Sutton.
Museum of Archaeology: An-
tiquities of the Mediterranean
area.
Clements Library: Unique Can-
adiana: A Selection of Fifteen Ca-
nadian Rarities in the Clements
Library. (June 20-August 19).
General Library, main lobby
cases. Contributions of the Anci-
ent Mediterranean World to West-
ern Culture.
Michigan Historical Collections,
156 Rackham Building. Sketches
and architectural plans of Irving
K. Pond.
Events Today
Open House at German Lan-
guage Residence-Deutsches Haus
---1101Church St., 7:30 to 10:00
p.m. today. At 8:30 Prof. Henry
W. Nordmeyer, professor of Ger-
man and chairman of the Depart-
ment of Germanic Languages and
Literatures, will lead a discussion
on Goethe. All German-speaking
faculty and students are cordially
invited. Refreshments.
Broadway and Hollywood actor
Whitford Kane will open tonight
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8
o'clock. Once again Mr. Kane is
playing the role that he created
for the pre-Broadway tryout of
this Drama Critics Circle Award
play. Tickets are on sale at the
Mendelssohn Theatre box office,
open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The English Journal Club will
meet at 8 p.m. today in the West
Conference Room of the Rackham
Bldg. to discuss "The Teaching of
Poetry." The discussion will be led
by a panel including Miss Mary
June McCue, Mrs. Lois Taylor
Henderson, Mr. Clyoe Craine, Mr.
Harvey Gross and Prof. Morris
Greenhut as moderator. Specific
poems by Shakespeare, Blake,
Eliot and others will be analyzed
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SUMMER SUITS
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FABRICS-SUEDES
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BLOUSES
Crepe and Cotton............... ..$3.00
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SLIPS
White Cotton with
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