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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1952
League Plans
Full Program
For Summer'
Get-Acquainted
Schedule To Feature
Dances, Bridge Class
The Women's League, center for
all organized women's activities on
campus will carry on a full-time
social program throughout the
summer school session.
Mainly for the purpose of ac-
quainting students with others on
campus, the program is designed
for getting acquainted early.
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THIS SUMMER the League will
feature bridgq, Friday-night danc-
ing and television and there is
room for everybody on the pro-
gram,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Twelfth Night' To Open Play Bill;
Comedy, Opera To Be Presented

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Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night,"
the first in the series of Speech
Department Summer Season of
Plays, will open at 8 p.m. July 2 at
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Four plays and an opera have
been scheduled for the season,
which will continue through Aug-
ust 11.
* * *
PLAYING until July 5, "Twelfth
Night" will be directed by the
summer guest director, R. C. Hun-
ter, chairman of the Department
of Speech at Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
versity.
"Harvey," Mary Chase's pop-
ular comedy about a six foot one
and a half inch rabbit, will run
from July 9 to 12. Holding a rec-
ord of one of the longest runs on
Broadway, the play also won the
Pulitzer Prize in 1944.
A favorite of American theatre-
goers, Maxwel Anderson's Winter-
set" will be presented from July 23
to 26. The poetic drama copped

the prized New York Drama Critics
Circle Award in 1935.
" Second Threshold," Phillip
Barry's moving drama of an emi-
nent public servant who loses the
desire to live, will play from July
30 to August 2. The play was just
completed when Barry died in 19-
49 and after minor revisions by
Robert E. Sherwood, it opened on
Broadway for a successful run
last year.
Produced in conjunction with
Women's Page
Anyone interested in working
on the women's page for the
summer Daily contact Nan Re-
ganall at 5350.

the School of Music, Otto Nico-
lai's sparkling, comic opera "The
Merry Wives of Windsor," will
run August 7, 8, 9 and 11th.
Based on the Shakespearian
comedy, the opera will be dir-
ected by Josef Blatt, assistant
conductor of the Metropolitan
Opera Company.
Resident members of the speech
department for the -summer series
include Jack E. Bender, scene de-
signer, and Hugh Z. Norton and
Valentine Windt, directors. Lury
Barton, of the University of Texas
will be costumiere.
Season tickets are now on sale
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the
Mendelssohn box office. Single
tickets for all performances will go
on sale Monday.

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Women interested in doing
any kind of work for dances-
decorations, publicity, and es-
pecially posters-are urged to
sign up in the League under-
graduate office from 4 to 5:30
p.m. any day.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
BRIDGE LESSON-Shown above are students taking advantage
of bridge lessons offered by the League in its Summer pro-
gram. Lessons are offered on Tuesday nights and duplicate
bridge is played on Saturday nights.

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*or this summer, the League
Council has worked out a social
program that includes a different
function almost every night of the
week with a few special occasions
throughout the summer.
SPECIAL SUMMER activities
will include a "Beach Ball" sched-
uled for August 1 in the League
ballroom. The dance will be com-
plete with refreshments and Con-
ey Island decorations and will be
admission-free.
On Monday evenings from
7:30 to 9 p.m. the League Ball-
room will be the scene of square
dancing lessons under the in-
structions of Mr. John Reed.
Cost of the lessons will be $1.50
for the course of five or 40 cents
per individual lesson. Monday
will be the first day for the les-
sons..
A series of Tuesday night bridge
lessons began last night at 7 p.m.
for beginners and 8:30 p.m. for in-
termediate bridge players slightly
familiar with a "finesse" and un-
der-the-table signals. For six les-
sons, the cost is $3.
A POPULAR ITEM on the Lea-
gue winter calendar is ballroom
dancing lessons which will be in-
cluded in the summer program on
Sport Variety
'Offered Coeds
This Summer
Summer school will not be all
work and no play for athletically
minded co-eds, for the women's
athletic department has arranged
a wide variety of activities for
women on campus this summer.
Ranging from modern dance to
horseback riding, the classes start
today. Co-eds may register for
them from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. any
day this week at Rm. 15, Barbour
Gymnasium.
Most of the classes will meet
twice a week for six weeks. There
are no course fees and sports
equipment may be rented when
necessary. A concentrated two
week course in either tennis or
golf is being offered with class
sessions four times a week.
But. the men will not be left
out either, for several co-educa-
tional activities have been ar-
ranged. Joint classes are offered
in modern dance, tennis, archery,
riding and badminton.
Further information on these
and other athletic activities may
be obtained in Rm. 15 Barbour
Gymnasium.
Study of Science
To Be Analyzed
Impacts of current scientific re-
search on the teaching of science
in elementary and high schools
will be discussed by some 135
teachers from throughout the na-
tion at the University, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
To be considered at the annual
summer conference of the Nation-
al Science Teachers Association
are such subjects as "business-
industry-science-teaching rela-
tions," "how to introduce the
study of heredity and ideas about
osmosis," "mental health in the
classroom," and "the science cur-
riculum."
Booklets, charts and various
types of exhibits and exhibit ma-
terials will be on display in the
Rackham Building where the ses-
sions will be held beginning at 9
a.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Fri-

day. Saturday's meeting will be in I

Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. for
beginners and 8 p.m. for inter,
mediates. Mr. Rudolph Martinak
will instruct the classes which will
be free of charge. to women and
$2.50 for six lessons for men.
Women interested in the
dance classes are asked to sign
up in the League undergraduate
office between 4 and 5:30 p.m.
any day so that the League
council may be assured of at
least so many hostesses each
Wednesday. However, everyone
is welcome to attend the classes
where special get-acquainted
programs will be featured.
Duplicate bridge will be the main
attraction in the League every
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
The charge for a whole evening of
bridge is 50 cents per person, and
bridge players are requested to try
to brin gtheir own partners.
FRIDAY WILL always be the
big night at the League where in-
formal record dances will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
ballroom. The admission-free
dances will get under way this
Friday night.
Tickets and registration ma-
terial for the various lessons are
available at the door on the first
night of the function.
Everyone is invited to all the
functions with or without a part-
ner.
Besides the special program, reg-
ular League facilities will be avail-
able to students throughout the
summer.
The Round-Up Room and Cafe-
teria will be open for regular
meals and the Rumpus Room will
be open at all times for television,
ping-pong and games.
Daily Classifieds
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