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fRIDAY, JULY 15, 1949

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An admission-free mixer dance
will be the joint project of the
Student Legislature and the
Summer Session of the University
for 9 p.m. to midnight Friday,
July 22 in teh League Ballroom.
Open to all summer session stu-
dents, couples or stag, the dance
will be quite informal and plans
include general entertainment.
DEL ELLIOTT and his orchestra
will provide the music for the
occasion, with Beth Skidmore do-
ing the vocal honors. Entertain-
ment features will be found in the
Grand Rapids room, while the
Garden of the League, tradition-
ally reserved for women or men
only when accompanied by women,
will be open.
Features of the Grand Rapids
Room will include bridge tables
set up for relaxation or weary
feet, as well as ping pong tables
and the usual eye-catching tele-
vision set.
Under the chairmanship of SL's
Frank Butorac, the dance was or-
iginally scheduledf or this Friday
under the lights of Palmer Field,
put was cancelled b'ecause of un-
workable conditions.
* * *
AS THE FIRST SL-sponsored
dance of the Summer Session, it
will replace one of the weekly
Friday, Saturday night dances

held at the League, also featuring
Del Elliott.I
The League grill will be open
for refreshments, while League
cooperation will also be given
in other phases.
Elliott and his orchestra have
had a wide background in the field
of campus dance music with prev-
ious experience in many dormi-
tory, fraternity and sorority func-
tions as well as band leading at
Michigan State Normal College.
League Has
Ratio Trouble
Two guys in search of romance
Came to the League for a dance,
With no girls in the room,
They danced with a broom.
So, come on girls, here's your
chance.
Have you ever danced with a
broom? Ask the fellows who came
to the dance class last Tuesday.
They just aren't as "graceful" as a
girl.
In case you haven't heard, the
League sponsors two dance classes
every Tuesday night. The boys
have to pay, but the girls can
learn free of charge.
The classes are held at 7:00 for
beginners and 8:30 for interme-
diates in the League ballroom.
There is still room for a few girls.

Terrycloth sems to be the fa-
vorite at the beaches this summer.
Wonders can be performed at
home on the sewing machine and
produce almost any kind of
beachwear. Cunning terrycloth
lunch baskets have been made. Af-
ter the day at the beach is over,
it also serves as a place in which
to deposit the wet suit.
When the sand is too hot for
bare feet, clever designers can
fashion little slippers mounted on
rope soles. Big, roomy bags to
carry around the inevitable sun
oils and beach coveralls can be
made without much loss in itme.
* * *
PERHAPS NOT AS popular as
the gold kid accessories, but not
quite as expensive are the straw
belt and bag sets shown by the
stores. Ranging from prices in the
low bracket on up, straw pocket-
books are light and attractive.
Styles run from a cloth bag
mounted on a straw base to the
classic envelope pocketbook. j
Straw belts have the advan-
tage of serviceability; they can
be used on any dress that needs
a belt, no matter what color.
But buyers should keep a cau-
tious eye on the quality of straw
accessories, because their wear-
ability is not as good as the
prices might indicate.
Summer seems to be the in-
spiration for all kinds of gewgaws.
Gold metal beads and bracelets
provide a striking effect with a
summer tan.
Stores are showing an assort-
ment of chokers, pearls and glass
bead jewelry to add a gay touch
to the ummer outfit. Depending on
one's taste, summer jewelry ranges

in price from $2.98 to the $18
quoted for fake baroque pearls
measuring 56 inches long.
* * *
IT'S NOT TOO LATE to catch
onto that summer trick in wash-
ing cottons. Taking shoulder pads
in and out after washings has al-
ways been a source of annoyance.
We tried all the suggestions,
but the one we like best is the
snap solution. Sew snaps where
the pads are sewed to the dress
and on the corresponding parts
of the pads. Before washing,
snap the pads out and put them
back in after ironing. It saves
annoying hours of sewing and
seething.
Although the summer fashion
trend among the "exclusives" is
ostensibly moving away from
peasant blouses, most women, par-
ticularly those of college age, still
cling to this style. The blouses are
practical, inexpensive and gener-
ally adaptable to all types of
skirts and occasions.
Maison Francaise
Will Fete Guests
French conversation and mu-
tual interests will be the basis of
acquaintance for guests at the
open house to be held from 9
to 10:30 Monday in the French
House.
Feted by women residents who
carry on all daily conversations in
French, guests of the house, in-
cluding professors, students, and
all others who profess an interest
in the language, will also be ex-
pected to speak French during
their visit to the Maison Fran-
caise.

GENEVIEVE MOBLEY
* * 4

Miss Mobely
To Be Wed
Mrs. Mary Mobley of Sidney,
Iowa has announced the engage-
ment of her daughter, Genevieve,
to Eino C. Kainlauri, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Kainlauri of
Lahti, Finland.
Miss Mobley was graduated from
Colorado State College of Edu-
cation at Greeley, Colo. She has
taught in various parts of the
United States since graduation.
Mr. Kainlauri has attended the
University of Helsinki and the
Helsinki Institute of Technology
in Finland. He is now working on
his master's degree in architec-
ture at the University. He is af-
filiated with Alpha PEho Chi fra-
ternity.

Walker-Sandsf
Mrs. Graham Ruthledge Walker
of Elizabeth, N.J. announced the
marriage of her daughter,eNancy
Harding, to Kenneth Donald
Sands, son of Dr. and Mrs. Selmer
K. Sands of Pontiac.
Mrs. Sands graduated from the
University in June and was , a
member of Delta Zeta.
Mr. Sands, a Theta Chi, also re-
ceived his degree in June of this
year.
* * *
Wolfe-B rock
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe of
Farmington, Michigan have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Geraldine, to Donald
Brock of Detroit, Michigan.
Miss Wolfe is a senior in the
literary college.j
Mr. Brock, a senior at North-
western Medical School, is a mem-
ber of Phi Rho Sigma.
The wedding is to take place in
August at the Littlefield Presby-
terian Church in Detroit, Mich-
igan.
* * ,*
Swanger-Cummings
Mr. and Mrs. Bertan Rose Swan-
ger of Detroit have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Ros-
anne, to Thomas Newton Cum-
mings, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cummings of Detroit.
Mrs. Cummings was graduated
in June. She plans to teach in
Dearborn next year.
Mr. Cummings also was grad-
uated in June from the literary
college. He is a member of the
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
Yale-Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Yale of
Johnson City, New York have an-

nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Jean, to Thomas R.
Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
of Detroit.
Mrs. Boyd was graduated in
June.
Mr. Boyd also was graduated in
June. He is amember of the
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and
was president of the Westminster
Guild.
Schoonmaker-Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bronson
Schoonmaker of Kalamazoo have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Ann, to Richard Charles
Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
of Detroit.
Mrs. Boyd was graduated in
June. She was a member of the
Kappa Delta sorority.
Mr. Boyd was graduated from
the engineering school in 1948. He
was a member of Tau Beta Pi,
honorary engineering fraternity
and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
* * *
Sta rr-Wunch
Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Starr of
Muskegon have announced the

marriage fo their daughter, Helen
Margaret, to Mr. John Edward
Wunch, son of Cmdr. and Mrs.
Edward W. Wunch of Dearborn.
The wedding took place June 11
at the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority
house in Ann Arbor. The newly-
weds are living in Wyandotte.
Steere-Beattie
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Steere of
Oxford Rd. have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Lois,
to Mr. Allan Beattie, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Beattie of Brock-
man Blvd.
The wedding took place June 10
in St. Andrew's Episcopal church,
Ann Arbor.
The bride is a senior in the
University and a member of Alpha
Xi Delta sorority, Wyvern and
Mortarboard honorary societies.
Mr. Beattie is also a senior in
the University and is a member of
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
The couple is living in Indianap-
olis this summer and will return
to Ann Arbor in the fall to com-
plete their studies.

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CANARIES, Parrakeets, Lovebirds, talk-
ing, whistling Cocketiels. Bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. Seventh, at
W. Madison. Phone 5330. )88
TWO CANVAS COTS, army style, like
new, $3 ea. 1356 Geddes, 2nd Fl., after
3 p.m. ) 83
1949 INDIAN Motorcycle. Scout-twin.
1400 miles. Must sell. Phone 9267 be-
tween 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. or
5:30 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. )78
BOBBY JONES registered woods and
irons. Complete set-slightly used.
Can be seen at Van Boven Shoe
Store from 9-5:30. )70
MEN'S English type Bicycle. Gear shift
and basket. Edward Eriksen, 1319
Cambridge. )71
1937 STUDEBAKER, Four-Door Sedan.
Engine recently overhauled. Good
tires. Clean upholstery. New heater.
426 Eberwhite, Phone 2-8335. )72
INDIAN Motorcycle, 1943, 30.50, like
new, $350. O. E. Moore, 428Hamilton
Pi., Tel. 2-4538, after 6:00 p.m. )77
1937 DODGE, radio, heater. Clean. Good
transportation. Best offer-2-7401. )75
DODGE, 1928 with radio. In good con-
dition. Call or see me after 6:00 p.m.
Tom Rich, Phone 2-7715, 1105 S.
Church St. )80

FOR SALE
1931 MODEL A Ford. New tires. Excel-
lent motor. 1366 Ervin Ct., Willow
Village, after 5:00 p.m. )74
Good transportation. Best offerET
SUMMER SPECIALS. Army type foot-
lockers, $10.99 (all taxes included).
U.S. Navy T-Shirts, $.49. Suntan
pants, $2.99. Sleeping Bags, $2.95 up.
Short-sleeve Sport Shirts, $1.69. Open
'til 6:30. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington. )82
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED TO CHICAGO-Week-
end of 22nd or 29th. Share driving and
expense. Box 196, Mich. Daily. )89
LOST
and
FOUND
LOST-Brown collapsible umbrella. On
campus. Call New Dorm (2-6581),
room 6569. )84
i ROOMS
FOR RENT
FOREIGN STUDENTS - Rooms with
complete cooking facilities. Linens
furnished. Block from Union. Phone
2-0482. )87

BUSINESS
SERVICES
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
is run by students, deals almost ex-
clusively with students, and offers
student rates on TIME, LIFE, FOR-
TUNE, NEWSWEEK, COLLIER'S and
SATURDAY EVENING POST. To or-
der subscriptions, simply phone 6007,
9 to 5:30 (9 to 3 Saturday). )85
TYPEWRITING SERVICE
Student reports, theses, dissertations.
Phone 6197. )28
WE BIND THESES, term papers and
dissertations in a variety of styles and
colors.
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976 )1
LAUNDRY - Washing and/orironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. ) 2
HELP WANTED
SALES TRAINEES--Engineering trained
men, about 25 years old, will be placed
on 16-month program to learn pro-
ducts. Prefer C. E., Arch. E., M.E., or
I.E. Training in Chicago and reloca-
tion to district office upon comple-
tion. Straight salary. Selling to ar-
chitects, contractors, dealers. High
selection standards. Give full details,
photo. Write, Personnel Deparmtent
Ceco Steel Products Corporation, 5701
W. 26th Street, Chicago 50, Illinois.
)86

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