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February 14, 1939 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ig To Begin For League And Judiciary

TryoutsForPigInA Poke'

To Be Held TodayAnd Tomorro

Pleats Are Graceful Parts Offered I'Weddings, Engagements Births
{ To All Eligible Announced At Opening Of Term
unior W oineie Prof. and Mrs. James Marshall and is a graduate of Harvard Law
Plumer have announced the birth of School.
-XPayment Of Class Dues a son, Langdon John on Feb. 11, 1939 The marriage of Helen Jean Ed-
Is Required; Eligibility at Saint Joseph's Hospital. wards daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
SpMrs. M. A. Stillman of Montclair, E ert Edwards of Ann Arbor to Edward
Need Not Be Shown N.J., has announced the marriage of H. Protz of Cleveland, Ohio, '38 took
Tryouts for "Pig in a Poke," the her daughter Catherine S., Grad., to place Feb. 11 in the League Chapel.
1939 Junior Girls Play to be given John A. Pierce of Cambridge, Mass. The former Miss Edwards attended
from Wednesday, March 22, through The ceremony took place Feb. 4 in the University where she was pledged
Saturday, March 25, will be held to- that city. Mrs. Pierce is a graduate to Chi Omega sorority. She graduated
Yday and tomorrow in Lydia Mendel- of Mount Holyoke College. Following from Cleary College in Ypsilanti.
daMeslthat she taught astronomy at Vassar Mr. Protz is a member of Theta Xi
ssohn Theatre. Those whose names College and entered the Graduate fraternity and is employed as a me-
start with letters in the first half of School in 1937. Mr. Pierce is a grad- chanical engineer for the Acme Ma-
the alphabet will tryout from 2:30 uate of the University of Maine and chinery Co. of Cleveland.
to 6 p.m. today and those from the is employed in the engineering re- Barbara Allington Wed
last half from 2:30 to 6 p.m. tomor- search laboratories of Harvard The engagement of Margaret C.
University. Goodrich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Agnes Kehl Is Wed George G. Goodrich of Glen Ellyn,
To Arrange Tryouts The marriage of Agnes Kehl, of Ill., to Ledru E. Davis, son of Dr. and
Anyone who can not come at those Fondulac, Wis., to Ralph Frisinger Mrs. James E. Davis of Detroit. Miss
times may contact Harriet Sharkey has been announced by the former's Goodrich attended the University and
at 22547 or Elnora Ferries at 22543 parents. Mr. Frifinger is the son of is affiliated with Alpha Gamma Sig'
to arrange for special tryouts. It is Mr. and Mrs. R. tq. Frisinger of Ann ma sorority. Mr. Davis is a graduate
necessary for anyone who wants a Arbor. The ceremony was performed of the University and received his
part to try out and all who do so will in South Bend last week. The couple Master's degree in journalism and at-
be assured of a part,. Dorothy Ship- will reside here while Mr. Frisinger tended Cornell Law School.
man, general chairman, said. She completes his work in the University. The marriage of Barbara E. Al-
urged all junior women to try out, The marriage of Jean Nelson, lington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
including those interested in chorus daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Leslie E. Allington of Detroit to Wil-
singing and dancing work, and said Nelson of Detroit to Robert F. Rouse, Liam G. Butler took place Jan. 31.
that committee work does not ex- '37, has been announced by the form- Miss Allington attended the Univer-
clude women from participating in er's parents. Mr. Rouse is the son of sity and was a member of Collegiate
the production. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rouse of Sorosis while Mr. Butler attended
Class Fee Is Complusory Chicago. He is a member of Beta Yale University and is a graduate of
Tryouts will consist of reading at Theta Pi fraternity. Harvard. The couple are on a wed-
least 15 lines from a modern comedy. Barbara Vail To Marry ding trip to Bermuda.
Women may prepare their own lines Mr. and Mrs. George T. Vail of
or books will be provided from which Michigan City, Ind., have announced
they may read. No one, however, may the engagement of their daughter
tryout who has not paid her class Barbara to Harlan P. Cristy, II., son
activity fee of one dollar, Jean Tib- of Mrs. James C. Cristy formerly of
betts, chairman of finance, announ- Ann Arbor. Mrs. Vail is a graduate
ced. Everyone will be asked to pre- of Wellesley College. Mr. Christy is
sent either her receipt or the money a graduate of the University and is
before entering the theatre. affiliated with Sigma Phi fraternity
Education Is Encouraged In China

Georgia and Harvard, were very
anxious to have her come to America.
There's nothing in China to com-
pare with football gamies, Miss Chang
said, but there are soccer, basketball
competitions, volleyball, and practi-
cally all the other sports. And there
are intercollegiate leagues and rival-
ries just the same as here.
Calls Dancing An Art
She calls dancing a western art,
but there is some dancing, most
popular in the larger cities of the
East. She said that the government
is doing everything in its power to
encourage the youth to go to school
and that the project has been very
successful. There is no conscription
among the students. Those who can-
not afford schooling are given free
tuition and she believes that people
are more serious and fervent than
ever before for education. She also
added that exams are much the same
everywhere.
Social life is much more reserved
and formal than in America. Dates
are usually group affairs and dancing
movies, hiking or bicycle trips are
very popular pastimes. On the whole,

there is much less mixed group life.
Women Like Careers
Women are just as anxious for
careers and more or less in the same
fields as in America. Many of the
foremost leaders have graduated
from Michigan, which is very well
known and credits from which are
highly accepted in China.
The coeds wear the usual Chinese
dress; there is no definite wardrobe,
nothing to typify the college girls
as sweaters and skirts or saddle shoes.
The hair is worn much the same as
we wear ours and permanents are
popular. Make-up, however, is used
much more sparingly and'more con-
servatively.
Is Awed At New York
She was awed at New York, as she
thinks most people are, but she says
that Shanghai is much more ob-
viously a cosmopolitan city, even
though it is on a smaller scale. She
believes that Shanghai typifies a
real blend of oriental and occidental
life.
Summing it all up, Miss Chang said
that "people are pretty much the
same everywhere you go."

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SABOTS

The little shoes the Dutch girls wear
inspired these smart new street
shoes. Notice the "keg" heels..the
walled last..the swoop and dip of
the front and sides. In burnt Straw or
Friesh Earth Calf and Black Patent.
Also Blue
Seen in Mademoiselle,
Vogue and other
leading magazines

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