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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Beach Ball'
Only Big Dance
For Summer
Coney Island Theme
Flavors Semi-Formal
In League Ballroom
Highlighting their summer so-
tial program and giving students
a respite from the Ann Arbor heat,
the League will hold "Beach Ball,"
a semi-formal, from 9 p'm. to 1:30
a.m. Saturday, July 25 in the Lea-
gue Ballroom.
Since this is the only big dance
on campus during the summer
session, it will give all the women
a chance to get their finery out
of summer storage.'
Featuring a Coney Island theme,
the dance floor will be surrounded
by hot dog stands and bathing
beauties. Beach balls, umbrellas,
nets, sailing pennants and other
standard beach equipment has
been loaned to the League by lo-
cal merchants to add the flavor
of salt air.
Refreshments will be served in
-the League garden while Johnny
Harbard's band plays dance music
for the couples inside.
The League wishes to stress that
men should wear suits rather than
tuxedos. The appropriate dress for
women will range from dressy cot-
tons to formals.
Tickets priced \at, $1.50 per
couple are available at the League
before July 20 and may be pur-
chased at the door of the dance.
There also will be special student
representatives in all dormitories.
The League central board will
appreciate decorating help from
any interested coed.

RACKHAM PROGRAM:
Collegium Musicum Group
To Present Medieval Music

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The Collegium Musicum, direct-
ed by Prof. Louise Cuyler of the
School of Music will present a pro-
gram of medieval music at 8:30
p.m. today in the Rackham As-
sembly Hall.
The program will be divided in-
to three parts. Two compositions
for harpsichord: "Sonata No. 65
in G minor" by C. P. Bach and
"Sonata No. 1" by Kuhnau will
comprise the first part.
The second group of composi-
tions will include music of the
sixteenth, seventeenth and eight-
eenth centuries. Five chansons, by
Arcadelt, Cadeac, Montiverdi, J. J.
Quantz and Geminiani, will be
played. Each chanson will be per-
formed first in its original form,
by a voice and three instruments,
then re-performed by four instru-
ments.
' The third group will consist of
choral music of the sixteenth and
seventeenth centuries by the Sum-
mer Madrigal Choir and instru-
mentalists. Music by Arcadelt, De-
Rore, A. Gabrieli, Maranzio, Gib-
bons, Purcell and Isaac will be
performed.
The Isaac number is "Missa So-
lemne," transcribed and edited by
Prof. Cuyler. This Mass is one of
five which will appear in a second

volume of Isaac's works to be
published this fall under a Hor-
ace H. Rackham Fund Grant by
the University Press.
Golf Course
To Be Scene
Of Ladies' Day
"Ladies' Day" at the University
golf course has been set for to-
morrow by the women's physical
education department.
Open to all women students, the
tournament will begin at 2:30
p.m. and teeing off times will last
from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
A fee of 75 cents will cover play
in the tournament, and handi-
caps will be awarded to the golf-
ers.
The ladies will make a real day
of it with refreshments and prizes
in the offing.
For those who do not have their
own golf clubs, clubs will be avail-
able on a returnable deposit of $2.
Reservations for the tourna-
ment will be accepted at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building, 31511,
Ext. 702.

Teas To Honor
'U' Groups
Two teas at the home of Presi-
dent and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher are
scheduled for this week.
An informal reception honoring
summer session students will be
held from 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday
evening in the President's home,
815 S. University.
Friday evening from 8 to 10
p.m., the President and Mrs. Hat-
cher will hold a tea honoring
members of the visiting summer
session faculty.
Coed' Lalfradar
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NEW CLASSES - Two new
sports classes have been started
for women. An elementary golf
class meets at 3:30 Monday
through Thursday and includes
ten lessons. A co-ed tennis class
meets at 4:30 p.m. ,Monday
through Thursday. Those interest-
ed may sign up in office 15, Bar-
bour Gym.
SWIMMING-The Union swim-
ming pool is open to women only
at 8:15 pm. Tuesday and Thurs-
day for recreational swimming.
Read Daily Classifieds

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MRS. STAFFORD, JR.

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THE QL
Important At
ThisI

i/f /~?c~d~nf & (Itnnt
Patrick - Stafford madonna lillies decorated the al-
tar backed with palms and cande-
The Methodist Church, Mar- labra.
lette, Michigan, was the setting Given in marriage by her fa-
for the afternoon marriage cere- ther, the bride was gowned in
mony this spring of Joan Pat- ivory satin with fitted bodice and
rick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. full skirt extending into a short
Stanley Patrick, and John Staf- train.
ford Jr., son of Mrs. John Staf- Matron-of-honor was Mrs. Don-
ford, Sr., of Alpena. ald Patrick, sister-in-law of the
Baskets of white deutsia and bride, of Mechanicsburg, Pa. She
wore a pale lavender taffeta
gown with matching mitts, and
carried pale delphinium florets.
h for Bridesmaid, Miss Leona Bar-
deau wore yellow taffeta with
matching mitts and carried yel-
l / jlow aster reeds. Miss Susan Horn-
tARRY'S ing, cousin of the bride, scattered
rose petals from a white hand-
Icrocheted basket. She was dressed
Snouncem en in a long white taffeta gown with
matching mitts and headpiece.
Mr. Lee Stafford of Jackson,
Priddy Michigan was his brother's >est
man. Mr. Robert Patrick of Balti-
more, Md., brother of the bride,
was usher. Seating the guests
were Lt. Donald Patrick, brother
of the bride, of Mechanicsburg,
Pa., Mr. Larry Stafford, brother
of the groom, of Alpena Michigan
and Mr. William Stirton, Jr., of
Ann Arbor friend of the bride and
groom.
Out-of-town. guests and rela-
I BO O KS tives were entertained at a buffet
supper at the home of the bride's
parents following the reception.
The newlyweds reside in Cincin-
nati, O., where the groom has ac-
cepted an engineering position.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Stafford, Jr.
and up are graduates of the University.
Mr. Stafford was a recent June
graduate.

RICHARD TUCKER, Tenor . . . . . . .. Wednesday, October 8
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist . . . . . . . Wednesday, October 22
DANISH STATE SYMPHONY . . . . . . . Thursday, November 13
VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Pianist . . . . Wednesday, November 19
BIDU SAYAO, Soprano . . . . . . . . . . Monday, December 1
VIENNA CHOIR BOYS . . . . . . . . . . . Friday, January 16
MINNEAPOLIS, SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . . Thursday, February 12
GERSHWIN CONCERT ORCHESTRA . . . . . . . Monday, March 2
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN, Pianist . . . . . . . . Thursday, March 12
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . ; . . . . Tuesday, May 19

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY CONCERTS

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