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T~lEMIC RIGAN AL

Cartwrig ht-Riley, O'Brien-Marshall
AndFrey- Wandell Vows Are Spoken
Grete Hoist's Engagement Bert Frey of Scio Church Rd., and from Miichigan State Normal College
TO Carle T.Willet N. Wandell, son of Mr. and and will attend the University this
Evans, Jr., Mrs. Warner Wandell of Kaukauna, year to study for his master's de-
Announced By Parents Wis., took place on Sunday, Sept. 15. gree in physical education.
Mrs. Wandell attended the Uni- *
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Holst of Port- versity. Mr. Wandell attended the The marriage of Mary Alice Bart-
land, Mich., have announced the en- University of Wisconsin and received lett of Detroit, daughter of Dr. and
gagement of their daughter, Grete a degree of bachelor.of science..in Mrs. Clifford L. Bartlett of Pasadena,
'39A, to Charles T. Evans, jr., son of forestry from the University last year Calif., to Frederick William Hunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Evans of and a master's degree this year- '39E, of Detroit, son of Prof. and
Titisville, Pa. No date for the wed- * * * Mrs. Walter F. Hunt of Baldwin Ave.
ding has been announced. Announcement of the marriage of will take place Sept. 30 in Ann Arbor.

Miss Young Weds Recently
The wedding of Miss Patricia
Young of Los Angeles and Lester
Spitzley, '37E of Chicago, son of Mrs.
Jessie Spitzley of Los Angeles and
Ray L. Spitzley of Grosse Pointe, took
place Friday, Sept. 15.
Mr. Spitzley is a member of Sig-
ma Phi. Mrs. Spitzley is affiliated
with Delta Gamma and received her
degree at the University of Southern
California.
The marriage of Miss Jane Tower
Arnold Fof Dertoit, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer Kellogg
Arnold of Portland, Ore., to Robert
Lawrence Philbrick of New York City,
son of ,Mr. and, Mrs. Shirley Seavey
Philbrook of Rye Beach, took place
Tuesday, Sept. 19 in St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Philbrick is affiliated with
Chi Omega and was president of the
Panhellenic Association here.
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Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Violet Irene Brod-
beck, '38, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Brodbeck of. South Bend,
Ind., to Ralph .Stephen Archibald,
jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ste-
phen Archibald .of Negaunee, Mich,
on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Hockey Club
Will convene
Sunday, Oct. 1
Plans Will Be Discussed
For Season; Graduate
Students Are Invited
Any graduate students or towns-
people interested in field hockey are
invited to attend the first meeting of
the Ann Arbor Hockey Club at 9 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 1, Marie Hartwig an-
nounced yesterday.
Miss Hartwig, presjident of the
club, said that plans for the sea-
son will be made-at.,that..time. and.
those people interested in playing
will be introduced to the club's activi-
ties.
The Ann Arbor club is within the
Great LakesDistrict of the National
Field Hockey , Association., Teams:
from Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, and
Columbus are also members of the
Great Lakes Section.
The district tournament will be
held in Buffalo this year and will
take place during the week before
Thanksgiving.
For the two great lakes teams
selected .to play at the national tour-
nament, five Ann Arbor players were
chosen.
Anne Austin is vice-president of
the Ann Arbor Hockey Club and Mrs.
Jane Eaton is secretary. Esther
Caustens is treasurer and Louise
Karpinski is games chairman of the
club. The watching chairman and
exchange games chairman are Lurene
Prouse and Laura Hammann, re-
spectively.
Athletic Program
Open To Freshmen
One of the few extra-curricular
activities open to freshmen women
during the first semester is the Wom-
an's Athletic Association's activity
program.
Initial meetings of the various
sports clubs will be held during the
first part of the new semester, said
Miss Marie Hartwig, adviser to the
WAA board. Announcements of the
time and place of the introductory
meetings of the various clubs will be
made in The Daily Official Bulletin,

Sports Equipmen
Is Of hred T o
By CLARA LENFESTEY
Do you own a set of golf clubs?+
No. - But you do like to play! Well
you may-How? -Simplyby going
down to the Womans Athletic Build-
ing and renting a set for the nominal
fee o twenty-five cents a day.
In that white pillared building at
the foot of .North University Ave.
there is made available by the Wo-
man's Department of Physical Edu-
cation equipment of all kinds to all
women University students for ex-
ceptionally small fees. You may rent
it at any time by simply calling and
reserving the particular equipment
you want or by going down and get-
ting it then and there. The building
is open from a.m. to 5 p.m. on week-,
days and every Sunday morning.
Among the things that are offered
are: rollerskates. tennis racquets,!
badminton racquets, golf clubs, base-
balls and bats. and even toasting
forks, grills, pans, and any other
cooing vessels you may desire for
a cookout supper on the banks of
the Huron..
When the snow starts swirling and
your thoughts turn to skiing and to-
bogganing, you may don your long
underwear and call for skiis and poles,
and toboggans at the W.A.B.-ps.
here's where the advantage of reser-
vations comes in, just be a good
weather prophet and the fun is yours,
first come, first served. However,
the stock of skiis was added to last
year so you will be more able to get
your size when you want them.
If you are among those who in
their younger days had instruction in
fencing or archery and have taken it
up as a form of recreation, fencing
foils and archery equipment await
you, with archery ranges and floor
space for fencing at your disposal.
And most important of all, IF you
happen to have a date, he can play
too. Although he will have to bring
his own skis or what have you. Be
sure you get a guest card for him
at the W.A.B. desk if you are playing
tennis, for men are allowed on the
Palmer Field courts (next to the
LOOT for the
Sweater Collector

t f All K inds yellow and blue sportsbulet
Of AllK indslished b°' the W.A.A. for the t
I of all entering women student
W o men ilL WJ AB will. find it among all those1
and booklets sent you by the
W.A.B.) only if they are the guest tra_
of a woman student. He may also
play badminton with you in the eve-
niingsatnBarbour Gymnasium, when
the season starts Nov. 27..Or if you
prefer.croquet, the W-A.B. provides
facilities for that too.
For that sylph-like appearance, you
are offered the opportunity to swim
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday nights at the Union Pool.
Or if you like your 'dips .during the
day, Barbour gym has its own pool.
The Intramural pool is open for mixedYf
swimming on Saturday nights, so if RECONDITION your hair
you want to bathe where champions the social whirl. e do all
swim, here's your chance.
You may also bowl afternoons and of beauty work and specializ
evenings at the W.A.B. alleys, five satisfaction.
cents a game in the afternoon and
ten cents at night. HE will have to DiMattia
pay fifteen cents at all times.
For any further information pn Over the Parrot * 338 So S
woman's sports, consult the little

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