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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rip To Dream Of WoodenShoes
In Freshman Project Tomorrow

big buttons that invariably character- I
ize Dutchmen in colors to harmonize
with their wives.
It was necessary that the cast of
the project learn to master the Hol-
land Hop in wooden shoes, for the
Dutch shoe theme will be featured
throughout the pageant. It is the
Dame's Dutch shoe which knocks Rip
unconscious as she screams, "Dodge
this token if' you can."
Poor Rip even dreams of Dutch
clod-hoppers as he snoozes on the
mountain top. He awakens only to
find his many grand children running
about in the same wooden shoes and
doing the wooden shoe clog in the ap-
proved Dutch fashion.
Jordan Wins
Baseball Title
In Last Game
Jordan Hall won the Interhouse
Baseball Tournament cup yesterday
by defeating Alpha Chi Omega 28-4.
Four successive home runs were
made by Dorothy Gardner, '38Ed.;
Mary Richardson, '40Ed.; Ethel Nor-
berg, '40; and Madeline Krieghoff, '39,
The players on the Jordan Hall
team were: Dorothy Gardner, '38Ed.;
Mary Richardson, '40Ed.; Ethel Nor-
berg, '40; Madeline Krieghoff, '39;
Irma Hornstein, '40; Frances Sym-
mes, '37Ed.; Florence Dyer, '40, and
June Richter. '39Ed.
Those playing on the Alpha Chi
Omega team were: Laura Spencer,
'38; Jean Johnson, '37; Eve Spencer,
'37; Margaret Waterston, '38; Flor-
ence Midworth, '38; Mildred Small,
'37; Betty Strickroot, '38; Virginia
Allan, '39, and Jean Steere, '38A.
Sttudents To Finish
Tennis Tournament'
The mixed doubles tennis tourna-
ment will be continued today when
Catherine Sanders, '38, and Robert
Miller, '37, will oppose Virginia Zai-
zer, '39 and Parker Davis, '38, at the
Palmer Field courts.
The winning pair in this match will
play Henry Thackwell, '37, and Meri-
da Hobart, '38, Friday afternoon.
Frances Bonisteel, '40, and Thomas
Flattery, '38, will meet Frances Al-
pert, '37, and Irving Ramitz, Friday
to determine which pair will play
Margot Goodrich, '37, and Edward
Stone, Grad.
The semi-finals in the women
singles tournament will be played
Thursday. Merida Hobart and Mar-
garet Veneboer, '37, will be the con-
testants in this match.

Two Alumnae
Tell Of Plans
For Weddinos
(,corgina Karlson I'fo Wcd
Robert Shaw June 23;
Miss Norris Engaged
The plans for two June weddings,
ene taking place in Detroit, and thel
other in Ann Arbor, were announced
by two former Michigan students last,
week.
Georgina Louise Karlson, '35,
daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Karl A.j
Karlson of Detroit, will marry Robert?
Nelson Shaw, '34BAd, of Kansas City,
at 8:30 p.m., June 23, at St. Joseph's
Episcopal Church in Detroit. Mr.,
Shaw is the son of Mrs. Fred F. Shaw,
of Sault Ste. Marie.
Bride maids Selected
Dr. William R. Kinder will read
the service. Janet Karlson, '38, will
be maid of honor. The bridesmaids.
are to be Mary Louise Bierkamp, of
Youngstown, Ohio; Betty Schluchter;
Elizabeth Shaw, of Sault Ste. Marie;
and Helen Stetson, of Ann Arbor. Mr.
Shaw has asked Paul Simpson, of
Eaton Rapids, to be his best man.
Following the ceremony there will be
a reception for 100 guests at the Lee
Plaza.
Miss Karlson was the chairman of,
the merit system committee during
her senior year and was also the pres-
ident of Jordan Hall. She also acted
as general chairman for the first As-
sembly Ball that was given on the
campus.f
Member Of Theta Xi
Mr. Shaw was affiliated with Theta;
Xi fraternity and received his Mas-
ter's degree in 1935.
At a bridge luncheon held Satur-
day at the home of Mrs. George F.
Muehlig in Ann Arbor, Dorothy Nor-
ris, '33, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Norris, named June 4 as the
date for her marriage to Donald Floyda
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wil-
bur Brown of Philadelphia, Pa.
To Be Wed JA League Chapel
The ceremony will take place at 4
p.m. in the chapel of the Michigan
League. A reception will follow in
the Alumnae Room of the League.
Mrs. Muehlig will serve as matron of
honor and Harrison Kelly, of De-
troit, will assist Mr. Brown as best
man.
Miss Norris was a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. Mr. Brown is
a graduate of the University of Penn-
sylvania and is affiliated with Beta
Theta Pi fraternity.
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Sigma Kappa recently elected
the following officers for next year:
Richard Faulkner, '38E, president;
Ned Kilmer, '38, vice-president; Lee
Moore, '38, treasurer; Fred Mahnus-
son, '37, secretary.

Large Hat Brims
Keep Beauties Safe
From Blazing Sun
As the sun begins to glare down on
us with its penetrating, all-revealing
rays, we had better hasten o buy
one of these new wide-brim hats, or
our noses will be peppered with those
disturbing little brown freckles. But
necessity should not be the only rea-
son for our buying one of these hats
for they are beautifully fashioned
and most becoming.
The swooping brims are flattering
to the face. They may be dipped at
any angle, so that any kind of face,
from the roundest to the narrowest,
may be suited. Among the various
styles is a shiny new blue straw sailor.
This hat uses only a plain dark blue
grosgrain ribbon for variation. A pico'
straw has a large black taffeta bow
draping the crown
Multicolored straw is also being
used to make up this style of wide-
brimmed hats. This straw proves
extremely practical because of the
variety of costumes with which it can
be worn.
Iaiee (Group ives
Las IDemois tration
The Modern Dance Club presented
its last demonstration of the year at,
4:15 p.m. yesterday in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall at Barbour Gymnasium.
The program included Improviza-
tions; "Festival Dance"; three pre-
classic dances, "Courante," "Alle-
mande," "Gavotte"; and "Zodiac."
f The last number was composed by
Miss Ruth Bloomer, modern dance in-
structor, who also took part in it.
Those students who participated in
the program were: Mary Jane Muel-
ler, '38; Sally Kenny, '38Ed; Beatrice
Lovejoy, '38A; Sarah Graf, Grad.;
Jean Groh, '37Ed.; Winifred Law,
'39; Barbara Guest, '40; Barbara P.
Horton, '37Ed.; Bud Wolfson, '39;
Marion Cranmore, '38Ed.; Doris Scott,
'40; Mary Redden, '38Ed.; and Elaine
Hamilton, '39.
Women's Golf Team
Defeats Town flayers
The University of Michigan Wom-
en's golf team defeated that of the
Ann Arbor Golf Club, 6-3 in a return
match held Sunday on the Ann Arbor
golf course.
The Michigan team consisted of
Marjorie Merker, '39; Mary Jane
Mueller, '38Ed, and Stephanie Par-
fet, '39.

Sale Of Tickets
For Senior Ball
Is Announced
Tickets for Senior Ball, to be held
June 18 in the Union Ballroom, will
go on sale from 2 to 4 p.m. tomor-
row at the Union desk, according to
Cedric Marsh and Alexander Neill,
co-chairmen of the ticket committee.
The opening sale will be restricted
to senior class members and any ex-
cess numbers will be available. to un-
derclassmen at a later date, Marsh
announced. The price of the tickets
will be $4. He also stated that an early
sell-out is expected.
Jan Garber's orchestra has been
chosen to play for the ball because of
its popularity as a college dance band,
it was stated by John Otte, one of
the general chairmen for the ball. He
will leave New York on a nation wide
tour early in June and stop in Ann
Arbor to play for the Senior Ball. Jan
Garber and Jimmy Lunceford's or-
chestra played at the 1936 J-Hop.
Other committee members for the
dance include: Joseph Hinshaw, one
of the general chairmen; William
Anspach, who is chairman of the
music committee; and Frederick
Buesser, publicity chairman, who will
be assisted by James Goodrich. Gar-
rett Bunting is in charge of the bud-
get committee and Kathryn A. Keel-
er and Ella Wade are co-chairmen of
the favors and program committee.
SOCIAL SECURITY
Satisfies the AGED
PURITY ICE CREAM
Satisfies all
Wikel Drug Company
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League. A short comic skit will be
enacted by several of the members, Student Will Compete
as part of the program. Miss Grace I For irls' Tennis Titie
Gray, '37, general chairman, has an-T
nounced that the banquet will con- Frances C. Bonisteel, '40, is sched-
elude Athena's activities for the year. uled to meet Virginia Kyner, student
Sigma Alpha Iota, national hon- of Cooley High School, Detroit, for
oiary music sorority, announces the the Junior Girls' Open-State Tennis
recent initiation of the following stu- Championship today at Bloomfield
dents: Helen Barry, '38SM; Martha Hills.
Bailey, '39SM; Mary Katherine Ham- If Miss Bonisteel is the victor, she
lin, '39SM and Ruth Holmes, '38SM. will be the first Michigan woman to
Zeta Phi Eta, honorary speech sor- receive a gold medal in the state tour-
ority, elected the following officers nament. Merida Hobart, '38, was
last week: June Laing, '39, president; the runner-up for the championship
Margaret Lowry, '38, vice-president; in 1934 and was awarded a silver
Nelson Persons, '38, secretary and medal. Margery B. Gillen, '40, won
T.ni,'hMll (Tndlnv1 'sR1VT"trQQsff arI tli silvr awairvd in 1935.F

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