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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESbAY, SEPTEM

Count At End Of Summer Finds 67 University Couples Married,
' Among Them, Former Daily Women's Editor, Ann Vicary Mercer

(Continued from Page 3)
Editor,
Mr. Wicks will continue his studies
this fall.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilber S. Briscoe
of Tpeka, Kan.,k have announced x
the marriage of. their daughter,
Elsie Florene, to Capt. William I
Franklin Fratcher, United Statesw
Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernonf
C. Fratcher of Detroit. The wed-
ding took place Aug. 22 in the '
chapel of the League.
The bride is a graduate of the i
University of Kansas and received
her master of science degree from
the University in June. She is a
member of Phi Sigma and Pi
Lambda Theta societies. Capt. Frat-
cher holds the degrees of bachelory
and master of arts from Wayne
University and that of doctor of law %
from the University. He is a mem- i
ber of Pi Sigma Alpha and Delta AN
Theta Phi and of the Order of the
Coif. The captain is stationed at Dr. Bloom
the headquarters of the Michigan at the Un
military area at Detroit. ceived his
Ann Arbor will be the home of greehere
'Dorothea Taylor, daughter of Mr. essor op s
and Mrs. David Taylor of Ann Arbor, the speec
and James Eugene Fisher, '42M, son Human A(
of Mrs. Eugene F. Fisher of Miami, live at 51
Fla., who were married Aug. 23 in The wed
the League Chapel. daughter
of Grand
The wedding of Virginia Golden, Donnelly,
'41, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Donnelly
Golden of Detroit, and Seymour J. Aug. 28 i
Spelman, '42L, son of Mrs. Jennie Church
Spelman of Binghamton, N.Y., bridegroo
took place Aug. 24. The bride John F.
graduated from the University at Md., offi
the end of the Summer Session. from a t
Mr. Spelman, who will continue his ( 15, Mr, a
studies in the Law School this fall, home in
is a member of the staff of the Law is a gra
Review and competed in the finals where sh
in Case Club. Alpha T
Gloria Rettick, daughter of Mr. Weddin
and Mrs. Harvey L. Rettick, and Wil- 30 in the
lam K. Cook, '41, son of Mr. and DearbornI
Mrs. Sydney Cook, both of Ann Arbqr, daughterc
were married Aug. 24 in the Ethel Vicary of:
Fountain Hussey lounge of the Mercer, '4
League. Mr. Cook, who graduated Harold M
at the close of the Summer Session, The bri
and Mrs. Cook are living at 1289 W. of The D
Grand Blw. in Detroit. waist dres
Marion Lyons, daughter of Mr. nese lace
and Mrs. H. K. Lyons of South flowers he
Bend, Ind., and Ensign John A. carried w
Walsh, son of Mrs. F. M. Walsh of Her five R
Ann Arbor were married Aug. 26 blue marq
in South bend. Mrs. Walsh is a vet bows
graduate of St. Mary's Academ at brregdi
Monroe and Marygrove in Detroit. blue gr
Mr er
Mr. Walsh attended the University this fall.
where he was a meniber of Delta ma Nu
Kappa Epsilon. He received his member o
pommisson from Northwestern ority Tb
Naval Training School in Chicago, E. Ann St.
' ~Harrie
Dr. H. M. Bloomer of Abingdon, Arthurr
Ill., officiated at a ceremony held Arbor, w
Aug. 26 in the League chapel which Lady ch
united in marriage Hope Hartwig, lic churc
' 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Mrs. C
. Hartwig of Ann Arbor, and his late Mr.
son, Dr. Henry Harlan Bloomer, of parents a
the University faculty. Schleede
Miss Hartwig graduated from the Universit
University whe're she, was a member Mercy C
of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and are livin,
Wyvern, honor society. She was also Mary B:
president of the League and general Mrs.' Will
chairman of the Junior Girls' Play. was unite

Teacher, Wife . .

Sumner Holmes, son of Mrs. Howard
S. Holmes of Chelsea and Ann Arbor,
Aug. 30, in Christ Church at Cran-
brook. Mrs. Holmes attended the
University and is a member of Colle-
giate Sorosis. Mr. Holmes is a gradu-
ate of Exeter Academy and of the
University College of Engineering,
and is a member ofaAlpha Delta Phi
fraternity and of Tau Beta Pi, hon-
orary fraternity.
Kathryn McLeod, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. McLeod of
Ann Arbor and Edwin J. Gillam,
son of Capt. and Mrs. E. J. Gillam
of Washington, D.C., were married
Aug. 30, in the Church of Our Lady
of Victory in Washington. Mrs.
Gillam graduated from the Univer-
sity law school. He is a member of
Alha Tau Omega fraternity. The
ccule will live at 3725 Macomb St.
N. W., Macomb Gardens, Washing-
ton, D.C.
Wearing a dress of fine handker-
chief linen which was \vorn by her
grandmother in 1850, Georgie Camp-
bell of S. Forest Ave. became the bride
of Robert Fulton Haugh, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Haugh of Tulsa,
Okla., Aug. 30 in the chapel of the
First Methodist church.
Mrs. Haugh is a graduate of James-
town College at Jamestown, N.D., and
has her bachelor's degree inlibrary
science from the University. After re-
ceiving his degree from the Univer-
sity pf Kansas, Mr. Haugh has taken
graduate work in the University of
Oklahoma and here, and is now a
teaching fellow in English in the
University while continuing his stud-
ies for his doctorate. The couple are
living at 921 Oakland.

N VICARY MERCER

er did undergraduate work
iversity of Illinois and re-
master's and doctor's de-
He is a member of Alpha
rnbda. He is assistant ,pro-
peech and clinic manager in
h clinic of the Institute of
djustment. The couple will
5 Church St.
ding of Katherine Shields,
of Mrs. George H. Shields
Rapids, and John Fenlon
son of Mrs. Bernard P.
of Holland, took place
n St. Thomas the Apostle
at Grand Rapids. The
m's uncle, the Very Rev.
Fenlon, S.S, Baltimore,
ciated. On their return
rip to Quebec about Oct.
nd Mrs. Donnelly will be at
Holland. Mrs. Donnelly i
aduate of the University
e was a member of Kappa
beta.
g vows were exchanged Aug.
First Methodist Church at
by Ann Muriel Vicary, '39,
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Dearborn, and Robert Dean
3M, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ercer of Detroit.
de, who was womeA's editor
aily 1939-40, wore a shirt-
s of white satin with Vien-
collar. A tiara of fresh
eld her short veil and she
hite lilies and bouvardia.
attendants had dresses of
*uisette with dubonnet vel-
at the waistline, and they
bonnet muffs covered with
oli.
cer will continue his studies
He is a member of Nu Sig-
atef'nity. Mrs. Mercer is a
f Kappa Alpha Theta sor-
ie couple are living at 317
tte Elizabeth Simon and
J. Schleede, both of Ann
ere married Aug. 30 in the
apel of St. Thomas Catho-
h. The bride is a daughter
Clarence L. Simon and the
Simon, and Mr. Schleede's
are Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J.
. Miss Simon attended the
ty and graduated from
College of Nursing. They
g at 119 N. Forest Ave.
lodgett, daughter of Dr. and
iam E. Blodgett of Detroit,
d in marriage with Howard

Berner of Detroit. Mrs. Berner was1
president of Delta Deit, Delta andf
was active on League committees,
Sophomore Cabaret and JGP. Mr.
Berner has his degree from Michi-
gan State College where he was
affiliated with Pi Alpha Xi,honor-
ary fraternity.
Thelma Young, '43, daughter of Mr.1
and Mrs. Durward M. Young of Ann
Arbor and Thomas Gies, '43, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gies of Ann1
Arbor were married Sept. 6 in the
First Baptist church. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Gies are graduates of Ann Arbore
High school and will continue their
studies in the University this fall.1
They will live at 401 N. Fourth Ave.
Sept. 6 was also the date chosen
by Muriel E. Jago, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney C. Jago, for her
marriage to John J. Raaf, jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Raaf, both .
of Ann Arbor. Both are graduates
of Ann Arbor High school and the1
latter attended the literary college.
Mr. Raaf is a graduate of Michigan
State Normal College at Ypsilanti.
Ruth Louise Waggoner, daughter
of Mrs. Carrie Waggoner, was united
in marriage with Frederick Greiner,1
'41L, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Grein-1
er of Washington Heights, Septembers
6 in the chapel of the First Methodist
church. Both are graduates of the
University from which Mr. GreinerI
received his degree at the close of
the Summer Session. He is a member
of Delta Sigma Rho, national speech
fraternity. Mrs. Greiner is secretary
to the assistant dean of women.
The wedding of Ann E. Platt, '41,
of E. Kingsley St. and George W.
Brooks, jr., '43M, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Brooks of Norwich,
N.Y. took place Sept 6 in St. An-
drew's Episcopla church. Mrs.
Brooks is a member of Delta Delta
Delta. Mr. Brooks is affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Chi,
professional fraternity.
Mary Frances Reek, '40, daughter
of Mrs. Henry G. Reek of Ludington
and the late Mr. Reek, and Howard
F. Gross, son of Mr.pnd Mrs. Herman
F. Gross of Ann Abor, were married
Sept: 7 in the Community church at
Ludington. Mr. Gross is stationed at
the United States air base at Will
Rogers field, Oklahoma, with the
721st Ordnance company, and the
couple will live at Oklahoma City
after Oct. 1. Mrs. Gross was presi-
dent of Assembly and is a member of
Mortar~ Board, Senior Society, and
Delta Sigma Rho, honor societies.
The marriage of Betty Anna
Krall, '43, daughter of Mrs. Frank
Krall of Royal Oak, to George
William Thomas, '42L,, son of Mrs.
William Yager and Judge George
Thomas of Kansas City, took place
Sept. 7. Mr. Thomas is a grad-
uate of the University of Kansas.
The wedding of Elizabeth Mullin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.
Mullin, and Paul Kohler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. O. L. Kohler, both of Ann
Arbor, took place Sept. 12 in the rec-
tory of St. Mary's chapel for Catholic
students. The bride, who is a gradu-
ate of the University and a member
of Chi Omega, is employed in the of-
fice of the bureau of appointments.
Mr. Kohler attended Hillsdale Col-
lege and the University.

18 Members
Form Board
Of Assembly
Independent Women's Group
Is Headed By Jean Hubbard;
Emily Root Is Vice-President
Assembly-one of the first words
to greet the freshman woman's eye
as she arrives on the campus-is the
independent women's organhation at
the University. An executive board
of four, heads the entire group, aid-
ed and abetted by 14 other women
who represent on the board, the
League House residents, the Ann
Arbor Independents, each of the eight
dormitories and Beta Kappa Rho,
an organization for women students,
who are working in Ann Arbor.
Jean Hubbard, '42, will lead As-
sembly's work this year, as president,
and Emily Root, '42, will assist Miss
Hubbard in the office of vice-presi-
dent. Doris Cuthbert, '42, will offici-
ate as secretary, while Elzabeth Ann
Walker, will act as treasurer for the
coming year. The 14 other women
who go to make up the -Assembly
Board, are Mary Brownrigg, '44,
president of the League House group,
Phyllis Bernstein, secretary-treasurer
of that same group; Carolyn Barden,
president of Beta Kappa Rho, Sarah
Jeanne Hauke, secretary-treasurer of
that organization; Ruth Clark, e'43,
president of the Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents, and Roberta Holland, sec-
retary-treasurer of the group.
The eight representatives of the
women's dormitories on the Assembly
Board include Opal Shimmons, repre-
senting Martha Cook; Virginia Jo-
miny, of Helen Newberry; Dorothy
Anderson, '42, Betsy Barbour; Bar-
bara Smith, Jordan Hall; Sarah Cor-
win, Mosher Hall; Betty Woods, Ade-
lia Cheever; Miriam Dalby, Stock-
well Hall and Roberta Ferguson,
Alumnae House.
This entire Board of 18 women will
meet once a week throughout the
school year, to discuss the affairs of
each of the four groups concerned in
its organization, the affairs of As-
(sembly as a whole, and of the League
in general.

By KAY RUDDY
Soon,-or just as soon as Michigan's
athletes can count the football season
behind them and can furl their mus-
cles for the year, rehearsals for
Mimes, the men's Union Opera, which
will compete again this year with the
Junior Girls' Play for the campus
'ham' championship, will get under
way.
We don't know how it developed
into a rivalry-this feud between the
two projects; in fact, we're not even
sure that it is a rivalry. But it's cer-
tain that there is a degree of sparring
between the two. One year, JGP will
triumphantly claim to have sold the
most tickets to its epic; the next
year, Mimes will report to the gen-
eral public-with great superiority,
that its line of 16 beautiful Co-eds
(count 'em, 16!) did much more dif-
ficult steps in its routine than did
JGP's chorus.
The Union Opera has been a tra-
dition at Michigan ever since 'way
back when-well, when people dis-
covered that it was funny to see un-
shaven lantern-jaws beneath Para-
dise-feathered hats and hairy legs
kick high from under layers of pleat-
ed chiffon. Light operas were at their

JGP, Mimes, Spar For Title
As Musical Comedy Champs

FOR THE PENS
OF MICHIGAN

Another name was added to the
list of faculty wives Aug. 30 when
Elizabeth Anne O'Dell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus
O'Dell of Bloomfield Hills, was
married to Dr. Lloyd Stuart Wood-
burne, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. A.
Woodburie of Grand Rapids.
The service was read at high
noon in Christ Church, Cranbrook,
by the rector, Rev. William Hamm.
A small reception was held at Inch
dIouse on Tiverton Rd., Bloom-
field Hills, the home of the bride's
parents. The bride, who was unat-
tended, wore a closely-fitted dress
of cream-white satin, made .very
simply in the bridal tradition, and
her Juliet cap of real lace was fash-
ioned from a fine Brittany cap 200
years old.
The couple are at home in Ob-
servatory Lodge. Dr. Woodburne
has degrees from the University
and the University of4 Berlin, and
is assistant dean of the college of
literature, science and the arts.

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peak, anyway in the twenties, and the
men's opera rode along with them to
such big-time heights as profitable
touring road shows and a box-office
record at the opera house where they
were shown in New York. In fact,
the revues enjoyed such a tremendous
vogue that their profits financed a
good portion of the building expense
of the present Union.
Mimes made a big comeback
with its offering, "Four Out of Five"
-about you-know-what. It repeated
with its 1940 production, 'Take A
Number", and, of course. promises
great things of Union Opera: Edition
1941. That's to be expected.
JGP hasn't had as star-studded a
history as has Mimes. due in part,
perhaps to the fact that it's never
had as exciting material to feature
as Men's Opera has. (You'know-
athletes to draw the female sheckels
at the box-office.) Just about the
most outstanding athletic personality
JGP has ever been able to dig up has
probably been something sensational,
like the captain of the Michigan Cro-
cheting Team.
The feud is on, and the best sex will
win; we guarantee it. (Come on,
JGP!)

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August 31 was the date chosen by
Betty Wooster, '43, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyell Wooster of Dowagiac,
for her marriage to Eugene Singer,
'43, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robin-
son of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Singer
is a member of Alpha Delta Pi and
of Zeta Phi Eta freshman honorary
society for women. She was on the
sophomore editorial staff of The
Daily.
Jane Griswold, '41, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Griswold
of Detroit, chose Sept. 6 as the date
for her marriage to John Allen
Berner, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
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