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"Enjoy yourself" is the theme
for the League's summer activities,
ranging from dancing to playing
"It's a wonderful opportunity to
make new friends, and have a lot
of fun at the same time," assist-
ant social director Beverly Alexan-
Free square dancing lessons will
be given on Monday nights from
June 20 to August 1, with the ex-
ception of July 4. Mr. John Redd
will instruct the dancing in the
Palmer Field tennis courts from
7:30 to 9:00 p.m. In case of rain
this activity will be canceled for
Ballroom dancing lessons are be-
ing offered for beginners at 7 p.m.,
and intermediates at 8 p.m. in the
League ballroom on Wednesdays
from June 22 to July 27. Although
the fee for six lessons is $3.00 for
men, girls will be admitted free
of charge. Rudolph Martinak is the
instructor for both classes.
Al Townsend's orchestra will
provide dancing on Saturdays, 9:00
p.m. to midnight, from June 25 to
August 6 in the League ballroom.
Admission is 50 cents per person.
Bridge lessons, for beginners or
those wishing to improve their
game, are available on Tuesday
evenings from June 21 to' July 26.
Mrs. Walter McLean will lecture
for the first half of the 7:30-9:00
sessions, and students will play
bridge during the remaining time.
The six lessons will cost $3.00 Mrs.
McLean will also be in charge of
duplicate bridge every Thursday at
7:30 p.m., for 50 cents a person.
Room will be posted in the League
for both bridge events.
Stag or Drag
Students may come to activities
with or without partners. Season
tickets may be purchased Tuesday
or Wednesday evenings at the door.
For additional information come
into, or call the Social Director's
office at the Michigan League.
Richard R. Meyering, Grad., has
accepted the position of Director of
Secondary Education with the Air
Forces in Europe.
His duties will include work in
Turkey, North Africa, Spain, Eng-
land,. France and Germany.
Meyering was formerly Director
of Secondary Education for the Ar
my in France and Germany from
1946 to 1953.
All students are invited to Pres-
ident Harlan Hatcher's home for
an informal reception Thursday
from 8-10 p.m. Students will have
an opportunity to meet President
Hatcher and there will also be
League officers for the summerf
program are Marilyn Houck, '58,
President; Cynthia Krans, '56, Ju-1
dic Head; Helen Mendelson, '58,-
and Cherry Harris, '57; Sally Sta-
ples, '57, Social Chairman; Cora
Ann Carver, '58, Dance Chairman;
Jane Hattstaedt, '56, Publicity.
Summer Playbill Includes Shows
By Fry, Van Druten, Fontaine, Shaw
Christopher Fry's drama "Ring
Round the Moon," is the first play
scheduled for the University's
speech department summer play-
An adaptation of "Anouilth,"
the production will be directed by
Prof. William P. Halstead and cos-
tumes and scenery will be designed
by Jack E. Bender and Phyllis
Pletcher, all of whom are members
of the department.
Performances of "Ring Round
the Moon," will begin at 8 p.m. and
will be presented from June 29
through July 2 at the Lydia Men-
Other plays included on the
summer playbill are "Bell, Book
and Candle," by John van Druten;
"Heartbreak House," by George
Bernard Shaw; "The Happy Time,"
based on stories by Robert Fon-
taine and the opera, "Fidelio" by
Season tickets for the playbill
productions are now on sale at the
Lydia Mendellssohn box office.
The box office, located in the north
lobby of the League, is open from
10 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. Season
tickets are priced at $6.75, $5.00
Single performance tickets for
the plays, which go on sale next
week, are $1.50, $1.10 and 75 cents.
Opera tickets are priced at $1.75,
$1.40 and $1.00.
Season tickets for the playbill $1.40 and $1.00.
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