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SEPTEMBEN 24, 1935

PAGE TWELVE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Announce Many
Summer Rites Piominent Stu
Are Read For
Local Students
League Chapel Is Scene
Of Ceremonies Held InF
Vacation Months

If eddings, Betrothals

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dents Wed During Summer

ter of Mrs. James B. Pollock and the
late Prof. Pollock, and Russell John
Tinkham, Champaign, Ill., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tinkham, Port-
land, Ore.

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Whether the breezes blew softer
this summer or the depression lifted
is a matter of dispute, but no one
questions that the last season has
been an exceedingly prolific one as far
weddings are concerned. Each, day
heralded a marriage or engagement
of a student or recent graduate.
No sooner had Barbara Suther-
land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Dugald Sutherland, Narberth, Pa., re-
ceived her diploma than she became
the bride of James Crapo Cristy, Jr.,
son of Mrs. James Crapo Cristy, Ann
Arbor, formerly Detroit, and the late
Mr. Cristy.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Henry Lewis, rector of St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church, in the
home of Mrs. Cristy, with only the
immediate family and relatives pres-
ent. White tapers burned in wrought
iron candelabra .on each side of the
firelace which was banked with ferns
and white peonies: The former Miss
Sutherland distinguished herself in
class activities, being chairman of
retary of the League, leader oftaoi
the Junior Girls Play, leader of Lan-
tern Night, and secretary of the
League. She is a member of C'ol -
legiate Sorosis, Wyvern, junior hon-
orary fraternity, and Mortarboard,
national senior honorary fratenity.
Cristy, a record-breaking varsity
swimmer was the first white man to
finish in the 1932 Olympics, as well as
winner of the National Canadian
two miile race. He is affiliated with
Sigma Phi and was president of
Michigamua, national honorary fra-
ternity.
Snyder-French
The Little Church Around the Cor-
ner was chosen by Louise French,
neice of Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Perkins,
Bay City, and DeWitt Snyder, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snyder, Mt.
Hope, W. Va., for their wedding,
Only'the immediate family, relatives
and intimate friends attended.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Snyder are
prominent on campus. Mrs. Snyder
is affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma sorority and has been active

Mr. and Mrs. Tinkham, after a mo-
tor trip north, will make their home
in Champaign, Ill., where both will
attend the College of Architecture in
the University of Illinois.
The former Miss Pollock is a mem-
ber of Delta Delta Delta and Alpha
Alpha Gamma sororities, and Mr.
Tinkham is affiliated with Alpha
Delta Phi and Scarab.
Kleene-Blanchard
Fritz Kleene, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Kleene, Asheville, N. C.,
was married to Betty Blanchard,
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mor-
ley, Bloomfield Hills, in the Christ
Church, Cranbrook. The Rev. Dr.
S. S. Marquis read the service be-
fore an altar banked with baskets
of white peonies, entwined with ropes
of shasta daisies and white stock
and cibotium fern.
Thomas Kleene, '36, was best man
for his brother, while Lloyd Goulet
and Jack Bianchard were among the
ushers.
The former Miss Blanchard is a
graduate of the Liggett School and
of MissaBennett's School. The groom
is affiliated with Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity.
Poat-Bailey
The wedidng of Ruth Poat, '35,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
Poat, and William Van Antwerp
Bailey, son of Mrs. William Bailey,
was the most spectacular Battle Creek
has witnessed in some years. Miss
Poat was assisted by Margaret New-
nan, and Margaret Windham, maid
of honor.
After a Euroepan trip, Mr. and Mrs.
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Howdy, Mi*ss 19392F
~Le'sBe Fri~ends"
SCampus Shop
cjor Tarticu tar ?o-Weds
In making your tour of the Campus, stop at Ann
Arbor's "Value Spot." Smart, new Silk and Woolen
Frocks -- long, slinky After-Dark Formals, and
plenty of the new "Double-Date" Frocks - swell
for Rushing-
Coats for Sports -- and for Dress - and inex-
Pensive FUR COATS. And some lovely two-piece
full-length Suits.

Barbara Sutherland, '35, and Evelyn Neilson, '35L, two prominent
students who were among the brides of this summer.

at the League. Her husband is a
member of Chi Psi fraternity.
Bolton -Beam
One of the loveliest of the summer
weddings was that of Dorothy Davout
Bolton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis D. Bolton, Detroit, to Dr. A.
Duane Beam, son of Mrs.. Arthur
Beam. The ritual was read by the
Right Rev. Walrren A. Chandler,
bishop of Atlanta, at the bride's an-
cestral home, Burge Plantation,
Mansfield, Ga.
The living room where the cere-
mony was held was decorated with
southern smilax and large clusters of
white lilies. Lilies in an antique
silver bowl flanked by white tapers
in silver candelabra formed the cen-
terpiece for the bride's table, which
was laid with pointe de venise cloth
over white satin.
Hutchinson-Gordon
The wedding of Mary Hutchinson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
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G. Hutchinson, Birmingham, to El-
liot Morton Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles T. Gordon,Connersville,
Ind., taking place Sept. 7 at the home
of the bride, carried out the autumn
motif.
The former Miss Hutchinson is a
member of Collegiate Sorosis while
her husband, a graduate of Purdue,
is affiliated with Sigma Chi frater-
nity.
Pollock-Tinkham
Flowers in autumn tints harmon-
izing with the fall gowns of the bride
and her maid of honor were used in
the wedding of Nina Pollock, daugh-

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