StT"'Y, JULY 9, 1950
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
NO MEN ALLOWED:
Comfort, Large Book Stock
Are Offered at League Library
Do you like, to study with your
On the third floor of the Wom-
en's League is a place made to
order for such things-the League
THE ATMOSPHERE is quiet
and informal. Men are not al-
lowed in the Library.
A homelike atmosphere is cre-
ated with an old fashioned fire-
Dances S lated
Shall we dance?
Students who bemoan the lack
of social life on campus during
the summer need lament no more
because they may attend the regu-
lr Friday and Saturday night in-
formal dances in the League Ball-
Stag or drag, couples can "trip
the light fantastic" from 9 p.m.
to midnight to the rhythm of the
new Musicon sound system.
Women who wish to act as hos-
tesses to help mix those attending
stag, may sign up at 8:45 on the
evening of the dance they wish to
attend, in the tUndergraduate Of-
floe of the League. They will re-
ceive name tags bearing their first
n Hostesses are admitted free of
charge, while others are assessed
30 cents per person.
"The Musicon is even better
than an orchestra," said Alice
Platt, publicity chairman of the
League, "because it doesn't rest
between numbers or go out for a
coke during intermission."
place, cushioned chairs, tables,
carpeted floors, and the tradi-
tional book-lined walls.
Main purpose of the library is
to provide recreational and cul-
tural reading. The shelves include
a large collection of books dealing
with drama, poetry, and fiction.
* * *
A NUMBER of volumes have
been donated to the Library by
various social groups.
One thousand books were giv-
en in honor of Dr. Jessie Horton
Koessler, a distinguished Mich-
igan Alumnae. The library was
financed and furnished in her
memory by her husband and
Her portrait, donated by her
son, now hangs above the fireplace.
Dr. Koessler, who studied medicine
at the University, designed a color-
ful pictorial map of Ann Arbor to
help raise money to build the pres-
'ent League building.
* * *
MANY CURRENT popular mag-
azines are also available at the
Library. Most fiction books cir-
culate for two weeks.
Library hours are from 1 to
5:30 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.,
weekdays, and 2 to 5 p.m. and
7 to 10 p.m. Sundays.
During the fall and spring se-
mesters, weekly Friday evening
record concerts are held in the
Library. Coeds may bring dates
and smoking is also permitted at
While listening to the music,
students may follow the scores of
the pieces or read through the
many biographies of the com-
WILL MARRY-Mr. and Mrs. James M. Conroy of Moorestown,
N.J. have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Janet E.,
to Louis G. Maier of St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Conroy, a junior
in the literary college, is affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
Mr. Maier, a member of Phi Kappa Sigma, is a senior in chemical
engineering. No date has been set for the wedding.
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