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AY, FEBRUARY 1%, 1935



Weddings And Engagecents Feature Termination O First S

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Petitions For Te Will Be Given Nuptial Vows Are Pronounced
T In W. A. A. Building At SHouehAsCh
A House Managers Tea will be .orority Hdatrees
i- Tom orrow held at 5 p.m. today in the Worn- --.----- ----
e's Athletic Building according EliZabeth igis Becomes 1, at the Ypsilanti State Hospital
to Lucile Betz, '35, chairman of . where Dr. Scott is resident physician.
Tryouts For All Major Johs the intramural managers. Plans Brde Of Dr. William Married At Kap D-La
for the new season involving Sen- Sc Of Kala
Are To Be Held Feb 11 ,fior Life Saving and Examiners, cott K amazoo The Kappa Delta sorority os
was the scene of Marjorie Louise
To Feb.,1 ping-pong tournament, intercol-
Fe.14Ilegiate rifle tournament, doubles By CHARLOTTE RUEGER Hunt's marriage to Wilbur A. Mueh-
badminton tournament, and a The University's examination per- lig at 4 p.m. Saturday. Miss Hunt
Petitions for major League positions Dance Club demonstration will be iod was fashionably climaxed with a is the daughter of Prof. and Mrs.
for next year are to be submitted by discussed. numiber of weddings , and engage-Walter Hunt, and Mr. Muehlig is
ments of particular interest to the the son of Dr. and Mrs. Geoge Mueh-
applicants this wee, according tostudents and the faculty. lig. Ann Arbor. The Rev. Allison Ray
the new plans for selection of leaders.ta te t Heaps, of the rst Congregational
Th ediefralpttoshsbe N ew Students Oy particular interest to the facl-
The deadline for all petitions has been and general student body is the Church, performed the ceremony. A
set at 5 p.m. Thursday. Application marriage of Miss Margaret Copeland, trio composed of Ava Case, pianist:
blanks may be secured in the Under- Are onored daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Thor Johnson, violinist, and Ruby
graduate Office of the League. Copeland of Saginaw, to Dr. Henry r ' 'y t e
All women interested in any of the A I Te Madison Kendall of the geography music.
positions are urged to file petitions, gw ih lnneaiue department which occurred last Sat- Thein w o a cp la lin sac-
since it is the only testimony on which urday. The ceremony took place at gonedth a long pointe trai .
4 oclok n te atenoo inth Fistceted by a Marie Antoinette c las.
the interest of the individual may be Preshmen women entering the Uni-i 4 'clok in the afternoon in the First A white tulle cap trimmed with ivory
judged. The offices open Ore League Congregational church at Saginaw. Brussel's lace from the wedding govn
president, recording secretary, treas- ea ivy inter hr tne Miss Copeland, who was given in of her mother, was worn by the
urer, chairmen of League committees,at a tea given in their honor by he marriage by her father, was attired bride. holding in place the long veilr
and Judiciary committee members,. Oientation committee Sunday after- in an empire model of peach crepe extending over the train. She carried
Nominations will also be made on the noon in the League. Fourteen of the embroidered in gold, with a panel an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill rosesc
basis of the petitions for the elective incoming students attended. train, high neckline fastened with and cream fresia tied with satin rib-g
gold buttons, and short puffed sleeves. tons
fThey were received by members of With this, she carried a peach and
Judiciary Council will interview all the League Council. Guests for the gold colored muff with pale lavender Eliabeth Skinner, a ecusin of the
applicantsbetweenFeb.15andMarch afternoon also included Miss Alice orchids. Mrs. Wilson White of Ann bride, was maid of honor. She wore
1, and on March 4 the League Coun- Arbor attended as matron of honor.a frock of Bussels lace of cream
cil will discuss the applications and Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry. Mrs. The bridesmaids, ring bearer, and color, which was worn over yellow taf-
making recommendations for the Byrl Bacher, Miss EthJ McCormick, several of the ushers were residents feta. The bridesmaids were Alice
three major positions to the faculty- Miss Mare Hartwig, and Miss Ger- of Saginaw, and Prof. Preston E. Suderland and Dorothy Norris. They
student committee. The final choice trude Nixon. I James of Ann Arbor acted as best were gowned in green net worn over
of president, secretary and treasurer Further orientation plans have been man. ; trains. Kenneth Muehlig, brother
devolves upon this group. The an- announced by Hilda Kirby, '35, who Announce Engagen'ents of the briegroom, was the best man.
nouncement of the appointees will be heads the committee. A group of Dr. and Mrs. Allan L. Richardson, and the ushers were Frederick Hunt,
made on March 11. freshmen will be taken on a con- Detroit, have announced the engage- brother of the bride, and William
Detrithaveannunce th engge-Howell.
The old Council, together with the ducted tour of the publications build- ment of their daughter, Cecilia Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Muehlig left for a
three newly chosen officers, will then ing at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. ardson, '36, to Duane E. Dean, son motor trip and will be at home in
appoint the committee chairmen. Plans for next semester's orienta- of Mr. and M. E. P. Dean. Ann Arbor after Feb. 18. Mrs. Mueh-
Vice-presidents will be elected during tion are also being made. A special Miss Richardson is a member of lig is a member of Kappa Delta sor-
that week. All officers are to be in- meeting has been called for 4 p.m. Alpha Chi Omega sorority. The ority, and Mr. Muehlig, '35M, is af-
augurated March 25 at the Installa- today for those students who haven't couple have chosen March 23 for fiiated with Phi Beta Pi fraternity.
tion Banquet. helped in orientation but are inter- their wedding date. Mr. and Mrs. John Taplin of Boas-
T h e committee chairmanships ested in doing so. At 4:30 p.m. those Dorothy Jane Dishman, daughter ton, Mass., gave their daughter, Bet-
which are open include reception, the- women who worked on the committee of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curtis Dish- I ty, in marriage to Sydney Moskowitz,
atre and arts, house, merit system, last semester and would like to con- man, Detroit, has chosen Feb. 16 as '36, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
orientation and social. In addition tinue the work in September will meet the date of her wedding to Karl Seif- Moskowitz of Boston, last week at
chairmen of the World Fellowship with Miss Kirby in the League. Fur- fert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berthhold the home of the bride's parents.
and the faculty-student relations ,ther opportunity will be given those Sieffert, Detroit. The Misses Marion Colton, Miriam
committees. Vice-presidents are to be people who are unable to come at Both the bride-elect and her fiance -
chosen for the literary college, the either of these times, to see a mem- are graduates of Michigan. Miss
School of Education, the School of her of the committee in the Under- Dishman was affiliated with Pi Beta
Music and other schools. graduate Office at 5:30 p.m. today. Phi sorority, and Mr. Sieffert was a - -- -
Installation has been planned for Organization for the advisory system member of Sigma Nu fraternity.
an earlier date this year than last, in for next term is already under way. Scott-Inglis THE
order that old officers may advise the A lovely wedding took place Satur-
new ones. IS GREAT ATHLETE day afternoon when Elizabeth Inglis, CONT N ENTAL
Robert Riegel, sophomore center on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James D IRN ING ROOMS
the Illinois basketball team, is con- Inglis, was united in marriage to Dr.
Co-unty Physicians sidered the greatest athlete ever to William Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs 1 1220 South University
graduate from Tolono (I..) High Joseph Scott, Kalamazoo. Dr. John Between Church & Forest
To M et In nion ScutefrmTooool.1 Hg
Dunning read the ceremony before
relatives and close friends of the UNIQUE MEALS
Members of the Washtenaw County Drug Eruptions." A lantern slide dem- famiy. AND EUROPEAN DISHES
Medical Society will hold their regular onstration will also be given, and Dr. The bride was given in marriage
monthly meeting at 6:15 p.m. today Udo J. Wile of the dermatology and by her father, and chose a moyenage Special Meals and
at the Union, Dr. John V. Fopeano, syphilogy department will discuss the amLong sare train. Cream velvet aa Carte served daily
secretary-treasurer, announced yes- paper. al sqe in. Cream vea C esdh
was twisted into a crown to which__
terday. Members of the University and St. s shirred the tulle veil which x-
Dr. George Belote, associate profes- Joseph's Hospital staffs have been re- tended the length of train. She car- H U RS
sor of Dermatology and Syphilogy, quested to invite internes, residents, tied a bridal bouquet of white orchids,
will give a paper on "Some Common and instructors to attend the meeting. cream and roses and lilies. 1 1 :30 a.m. to 8 :30p.m.
s. __--Wore Taffeta Fridays 1 1:30 to 10 p.m.
Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, as matron
of honor, wore a gowni of Michaelmas Open by appointment
There's Sornethin New Afoot for SprI- daisy and hyacinth' blue changeable at any desired time.
heresSo etigNrgtaffeta, with knife pleated pink taf-
See what it is in these New feta edging a circular cape. Her
bouquet was of pansies in various Home Made astries,
shades, harmonizing with the gown. Bread, Jams and Jellies,
Dr. George Wiggenton, Leonard- Served with Meals or
town, Md., attended the groom. The
ushers were Dr. Litzenberg and Dr. may be taken out.
Harry Towsley. Mrs. Alfred Con-
nable played the wedding music.__ ___ ______
Dr. and Mrs. Scott left for a motor
trip, and will be at home after March

JU edor W men Ur" -yo Collegiate Sorosis announces
To ryotFrrJ P 1)o Of Sowpledging of Inez Stevens, '37, Detroit.
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6 p.m. today in the rehearsal room
of the League for all junior wom-
en who wish to have speaking
parts, or parts in the singing or
'icing choruses of the Junior
Girls Play. They may sing, read
a part, or present a dance routine;
and they are urged to have some-
thing prepared for presentation.
Couples or groups may try out
together and women may also
bhiing their own accompanists,
though one will be furnished by
the committee.
Sprince, Mary McCarthy, Ethel Brau-
er. and Harriet Schulman, all of Bos-
ton, were the bridesmaid at the wed-
ding, and Nathaniel Moskowitz, the
groom's brother, acted as best man.
The couple left for Ann Arbcr ii-
mediately after the ceremony, ar-
riving here Saturday night, after a
motor trip through the Great Lakes.
A surprise party in honor of the
couple was given by a group of the
groom's friends here Sunday after-
noon. Sidney Hoos, Grad., played a
number of violin selections, accom-
panied at the piano by Mrs. Moskow-

York playwright, will direct the next
Comedy Club show, of which he is
the author, it was announced yester-
day by Hubert Skidmore, '35, presi-
dent of Comedy Club. The play,
which is entitled, "Why Minnie
Bog:!" will be presented Feb. 21
to 23 in the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
A meeting of the Comedy Club will
be held at 5 p.m. today in the Garden I
Room of the League, and tryouts for
the play will be held at 7:30 p.m. in
the Garden Room.
Mr. Van Sickle is also the author
of "The Best Years," a Broadway
production which was included in
Burns Mantle's collection of the 10
1 best plays of the year.
A clinic and lectures on amalgams
were presented yesterday at Benton
Harbor before the Tri-County Dental
Society of.Soutwestern Michigan by a
group of University dentists under
the direction of Prof. Robert K.
Brown, member of the executive com-
mittee of the dental school.
Professor Brown was accompanied
by Dr. Ralph S. Moyer and Dr. John
W. Seeburger, of the dental school. I


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