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DAY, JANUARY 8, 1935



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Betrothals Are 4nnounced During Holiday Season

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Former Students
.old Vacation
Wedding Here
Betty Tant's Bethrothal Is
Announced On Anniver-
sary Of Her Debut
Several weddings and engagements
of interest to0 University students and
faculty took place during the Christ-
mas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter . Tant an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Alice Elizabeth Tant,
to Charles Wood Jewett, '33, son of
Mrs. Frederick L. Jewett, of Lyme,
Conn., and the late Mr. Jewett at a
dinner party for 50 guests in their
home De. 28. This date was the
anniversary of Miss Tant's formal de-.
but which was made in 1932.
Led JHop
Mr. Jewett and Miss Tant led the
grand march of the 1933 J-Hop Ball
The engagement was cleverly an-
nounced with miniature pictures of
the couple attached to the hors d'oev-
res. Miss Tant chose for her an-
nouncement party, a rose crepe dress,
studded with rhinestones and made
with a short train. A matching
jacket buttoned up to the round
Nokdate has been set as yet for
the wedding.
Virginia Ladd, '33, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Webb
Ladd, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Wheeler of Ann Arbor, chose the
Church of the Ascension, New York,
for her marriage at high noon, Mon-
day, Dec. 31, to Robert Treat Crane,
Jr., '31, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Crane of New York.
Miss Ladd was attended by her
sister, Miss Helen Ladd, as maid of
honor, and Miss Elizabeth Ladd.
bridesm aid. -Two brothers of the
bridgegroom, Charles Crane, and Mat-
lock Crane, acted as ushers, Miss
Ladd was given in marriage by her
brother, Sanford Montgomery Ladd,
'37, Alpha Delta Phi.
Wore White
Miss Ladd chose a gown of white
satin which was completed by a wrap
of white ermine for her wedding. Miss
Helen Ladd wore a peacock blue dress
with a matching turban while Miss
Elizabeth Ladd wore a similar model
in wine color.
Immediately after the ceremony
a luncheon for members of the fami-
lies was held. The couple went to
Washington, D. C., for their wedding
trip, and will return to New York
where they will reside.
Miss Ladd was affiliated with Col-
legiate Sorosis. Mr. Crane was a mem-
ber of Apha Delta Phi. He grad-
uated from Harvard Law School in
Guests from Ann Arbor who at-
tended the wedding included Miss
Alice Lloyd, Mrs. George Patterson,
Barbara Sutherland, '35, Miss Isabell
Hubbard, Miss Virginia Schumacker,
and Miss Fredricka Harriman.
Another engagement of interest is
that of Jeannette Crow to David
Conklin, '35. The announcement was
made in Ellhart, Ind., on Dec. 25.
Miss Crow was affiliated with Alpha
Phi, and Mr. Conklin is a member of
Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Wed In Ypsilanti
Miss Julia Buel Quirk, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Quirk, Jr.,
was married to W. Brace Krag, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Krag, in the
Quirk residence in Ypsilanti on Jan.
An improvised altar was covered
with calla lilies and greens beneath
the balcony at one side of the pine
room where the ceremony was per-
formed. The balcony was decorated
with greens. s
Tlhe ceremony was read by the Rev.

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included 'Ginl the progr1aml- will be.
hi -1 ccbokrviews. Mr1s. William
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Engagement Oif Spanish Prince Is Ann ouniced
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-Associated Press Photo.
The engagement of the. Spanish P7inpe Jaimc rstt to an Italian
nblewoman was reccntly announced. The bride-to-lbe is Donna Emanuela
De lampierrc (right), a granddaughter of Princess Ruspoli de Suasa,
who is the former Josephine Curtis of New Yerk. Th' groom is the 26-I
yc:ar-cld scn of Former King Alfonso of Spain. No arrangements have
been made as yet to set a date for the rayal wedding.

J. Francis Sant, of old Christ Church,
Miss Quirk chose for the ceremony,
a simply designed dress of tea rose
satin crepe, with a short train and
long sleeves. The gown had a V'
neckline. Her flowers were gerbera
in a shower bouquet.
Nancy Lace Quirk was the only at-,
tendant. She wore a smart tunic
frock of turquoise blue crepe. She
carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds.
Mr. Krag chose Thomas Fiske, of
Chicago, for best man. A reception
followed the ceremony.1
Alotor In East

peas, swansonia and jasmine.
Mary Ellen Wheeler, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Miss Louise
Greenlee Dean was the bridesmaid.
They were dressed alike in pastel
green taffeta.
Mr. Lewis chose Bruce S. Schnnon,
Pittburgh, Pa., for best man and Ken-
neth McCallum, Detroit, for usher.
The couple will be at home after
Jan. 20 in Detroit.
Women's Cllb To
Honor Newcomersj

C.ompose 's f
J G. P.1 Misi
T_ Meet Today 1
Intensivc work on the .935 Junior
Girl's Play, which will be produced
early in March, will be begun imme-
diately, according to Julie Kane, gen-
eral chairma nThis afternoon di-
nite work will be started on music
for the play when prospective writ-
ers of lyrics and music will meet at
4 p.m. at the League to confer with
Barbaa Bates. music chairman. At
this time a synopsis of the musical
numbers required for the show will
be presented.
Junior women in particular are
urged to submit numbers, but there
is an opportunity for others, both men
and women, to participate. Russel
McCracken, director of last year's
J.G.P., will be present this afternoon
to advise those who wish to write
lyrics or music for the singing and
dancing choruses. A similar meeting
will be held tomorrow at the same
time, the room to be announced on
the League bulletin board.
Marjorie Morrison, chairman of the
program committee, has announced
the members of her committee ap-
pointed recently. They are Ruth
Rich, Betty Rich, and Dorothy Gies.
Other committee appointments will be
made known soon, according to the
chairmen of the various committees.
Add Paintinos
o Ann Arbor
0Art Collection
Several fine paintings, now a per-
manent part of the Ann Arbor Art
Association, constitute an interesting
exhibit and form an excellent nu-
cleus for the building up of an ex- I
tensive collection of modern works.
In this collection are three oil paint-
ings by well-known and widely ac-
claimed American painters. Miles
Spencer and Henry Lee McFee sup-
ply canvases similar in subject,
"American Scene," each showing a
group of buildings. Spence's paint-
ing is typical of his works in its
simplicity and clarity, with careful
construction and cool, low colors.
McFee's interest is centered in the
relationship of forms, using colors
rich in mellowness and depth. Tle
third canvas is by Alexander Brook,
entitled "Nude on a Navajo Blanket,"
stressing freedom and excellence of
execution typical of Brook's style.
Included in the collection of the
Airt Associatin are water colors by
two members of the faculty of the
college of architecture of the Univer-
sity, Myron B. Chapin and Jean Paul
The newest acquisition of the asso-
ciation is a print by Morris Kantor.
The title of this etching is "Mother
and Child." It is at present on exhi-
bition in the first floor of Alumni
Memorial Hall while the oils and
water colors are placed in one of.
the second floor galleries.
A meeting of Adelphi will be held
at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the Adelphi
RoCm in Angell Hall. There will be
a discussion among the members of
the coming Saar plebiscite.




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Collegiate Shoe Section

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-Associated Press Photo
Miss Helen M. McCoHan is en-
gagcd to the son of the secretary
ui' War, his mother, Mrs. George IL
Dern, announced recently.
Womnef Invited To
Third League Tea
All women on campus are invited
to attend the third of a series of
ntonthly teas sponsored by the League,
to be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday in
the ballroom. A special invitation is
being extended to non-affiliated wom-
The teas are planned by the social
committee of the League, headed by
Ann Osborn, '35. Members of the!
comm ittee act as hostesses. Al Cow-
an's orchestra will play for dancing.

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Mr. and Mrs. Krag left for an east- The Ann Arbor Women's Club will
emn motor trip and will be at home honor those newcomers who have
after Feb. 1 at the Parkstone, De- joined the organization since last
troit. Mr. Krag 'was a member of March at the regular meeting at 2:30
Phi Delta Phi. p.m. today. Roses will be presented
Io t the new members.
Friday afternoon the wedding ofE.. Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will pre-
Miss M. E. LeMaster and E. B. Hall sent a new picture "The Vanishing
of Ridgewood, N. J., took place at American" as a part of the program,
the home of Rev. H. Bau, Ann Arbor. Special music will also be given. The
the witnesses were Miss Agnes E. committee for the meeting consists
Dancer and William F. Hedetnie of Mrs. Francis LaPointe, Mrs. Julio
of Champion.Idel Toro and Mrs. Ray Dolph.
The Collegiate Sorosis House was Preceding the regular meeting will
the scene of the wedding of Miss be the meetings of the Better Amer-
Martha Helen Wheeler, daughter of ican Speech Class at 1:40 p.m. and
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice W. Wheeler, the Cercle Francais it 1:30 p.m.
to Bartram Durfee Lewis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. St. Elmo Lewis, on
Saturday, Jan. 5. The Rev. Henry ! 5he j-",i
Lewis read the marriage vows at 8:30 We

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Bouquets of flowers, in which yel-
low was the predominating color, I
banked the mantel, before which the
couple knelt for the service.t
Satin Gown


Motion Pictures: Majestic, "Happi-
ness Ahead" with Dick Powell; Mich-
igan, "Chu Chin Chow" with Anna
May Wong; Whitney, "Convention

Th bride was given in marriage by City" With Joan Blondell and "Men
her father, and chose a gown of deep of the Night" with Bruce Cabot;,
ivory satin, fashioned with a tight
fitting jacket, distinguished by a Wuerth, "The Count of Monte Cristo"
lace yoke and two rows of satin but- with Robert uonat.
tons down the front. Her veil was Dancing: Hut Cellar.
waist length, and was held in place
by a tiara of rose pointe lace. She Native women in Curacao, off the
carried a bouquet of white roses I Venezuelan coast, use the ocean as
with pale pink centers, white sweet the family washing tub.

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