THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For August 12
Ken Norman's Band
Will Provide Music;
In summer a young student's
fancy turns to thoughts of the
The second annual "Beach Ball,"
sponsored by the Women's League
Council, will be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight, Saturday, August 12
in the League Ballroom.
TRADITIONALLY the League
Council has given a formal each
summer on the last weekend be-
fore finals. Last year because of.
the heat and the informality of
the times, a casual warm weather
"Beach Ball" was inaugurated.
Decorations will range from
sea serpents, fish nets, and life
boats to gay tables canopied
with beach umbrellas. T h e
bandstand will be transformed
into a boat complete with port-
holes. A sail will fly behind the
Music for the event will be pro-
vided by Ken Norman's orchestra.
Norman is well known for his ap-
pearances at fraternity and soror-
ity parties, and such campus
events as Caduseus Ball and
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THE BAND does not restrict it's
engagements to this area, but also
plays in other Southern Michigan
Norman is noted for his sweet,
danceable ballad style and a
distinctive sax section. Don
Truesdell's piano renditions are
also familiar to campus party-
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TICKETS WILL GO ON sale
Monday at the main desk in the
League. They may be purchased
during the week from 9 a.m. to 5
Patrons for the informal dance
include: D., and Mrs. Lewis
Hopkins, Dean and Mrs. Erich
Walter, Mrs. Sarah L. Healy,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea,
Mrs. Elsie Fuller, and Dr. and
Mrs. George McEwen.
Otliers are Dr. and Mrs. W. Earl
Britton, Dr. and .Mrs. Richard
Boya, Dr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mc-
Keachie, Prof. and Mrs. Benjamin
Wheeler, Miss Muriel Efty, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Moffitt, Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Raab, Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bynum.
Hostesses May Attend
\Veely League Dances'
Hostesses are still needed for
the Friday and Saturday night in-
formal dances at the League.
Women may sign up in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
They, will be admitted. free of
charge. Stag or drag, students may
attend the dances which are held
from- 9 p.m. to midnight in the
Ballroom. Recent changes in the
dances-include the addition of in-
dividual lamps for each table,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Immediate need for office help, pay-
roll clerks, timekeepers, engineers,
draftsmen, skilled & unskilled work-
ers all types, on. large Government
& private contracts in United States,
Hawaii, England, Belgium, Italy,
Germany. Iran, South America, Far
East. Living quarters, transporta-
tion, high pay. Men and women,
both. For information on these job
contracts and application blanks,
send $2.00 mailing charge to: Em-
ployment Information Center, Dept.
0o1 120. P.O. Box 4, Brockline 46,
Mass. No other fee or charge of
anyskind. Delivery guaranteed. We
are Bonded. Membersof Brookline
Chamber of Commerce.
BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED-A late August wedding is being
planned by Pamela Stump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bogue
of Birmingham, and David E. Walsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Walsh of Kalamazoo.. Miss Stump, a member of Delta Delta Delta
sorority, is a senior in the architecture school. Mr. Walsh, also a
senior in the same school, is affiliated with Alpha Rho Chi fra-
ternity. The couple will live in Ann Arbor in the Fall.
REMODELING THE WHITE HOUSE-.
A workman operates a jackhammer during remodeling of the
White House in Washington, scheduled to cost $4.500.000.
"Little Women" have at- last
come into their own.
Betty Grable and Anne, Baxter,
movie actresses; Mrs. Oa Jol~n-
son, famous woman explorer; Mrs.
Thomas E. Dewey; Helen Hayes,
one of the first ladies of the the-
atre; and U. S. Senator ,Margaret
Chase Smith of Maine, have been
selected as the six best dressed
"little women" in America.
The announcement comes from
Murray Sices, a leading fashion
designer. These selections are the
result of a nation-wide fashion
survey quiz conducted by Sices
through a fashion newsletter dis-
tributed to 10,000 women five feet
five and under, throughout the
Representing varied fields and
professions in which "clothes help
to make the woman," the select
six will be invited to meet in New
York City late this month to re-
ceive "Best Dressed" statuette
awards from Sices.
The winners were selected on a
basis of outstanding attire and
appearance in public; general
ability to wear correct type of
clothes for specific occasions and
charm and grace.
Sices, six years ago, discovered
that "little women", under five
feet five, were being grossly neg-
lected, fashioh and style wise, in
comparison with their taller sis-
OVERBECKS BOOK STORE
1216 South University
GOOD SUMMER READING
" STEELE-Diamond Wedding
O FALSTEIN-Face of a Hero
" SIDNEY-Good Tidings
" HERSEY-The Wall
* ROBINSON-The Cardinal
* NEWSWEEK'S-History of our Times
" PAUL-Springtime in Paris
* MUEHL-Interview with India
" VELEKOVSKY-Worlds in Collision
" GUNTHER-Roosevelt in Retrospect
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necklaces, matching earrings
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-Julie Wilson wears an eastern
"yashmak" presented to her for
having "loveliest after-dark eyes
in London" by a stageartist
jury at the Embassy Club.
The Princess AlyKhan, formerly
Rita Hayworth, motion picture
actress and dancer, examines
leather goods during a shopping
tour in Rome, Italy.
Slated for Success ...
These velveteen coat beauties.
The perfect answer for a topper
for chilly evenings over your'
prints and cottons yet equally
smart over suits.
(Can be ordered int-erlined also)
WINS SKY TITLE-
(above), brunette Icelandic air-