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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F"

RAGE FIVE

rents of Coeds Reveal Spring Engagements

TUNING UP TIME:

Tours,

Concerts.

To Highlight

Engman - Vernier
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Engman
of Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Jeanne, to Robert Vernier, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Vernier also
of Detroit.
Miss Engman, a senior in the
dental hygidrie school, is a transfer
member of Delta Gamma sorority.
Mr. Vernier is a sophomore in the
dental school and is affiliated with
Delta Sigma Delta fraternity.
Williamson - Riley
The engagement of Patricia J.
Williamson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles E. Williamson of Bay
City to John F. Riley was recently
announced at a dinner at Miss
{ Williamson's sorority, Delta Zeta.
Mr. Riley is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Riley of Blissfield,
Mich.
Miss Williamson is a senior in
the literary college.
Rubinstein - Landsberg
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rubinstein of
New York City have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Greta, to Dr. Jack Landsberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. I. Landsberg of
Miami Beach, Fla.
Miss Rubinstein is a junior in
the literary college. Dr. Landsberg
is a 1950 graduate of the School
of Dentistry and is now an in-
structor in that school.
Fullerton - Sadler
Mr. and Mrs. B. Fullerton of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bever-
ly, to Clifford Sadler, son of Prof.
and Mrs. W. Sadler of Ann Arbor.
Miss Fullerton, a senior in the
education school is a member of
Kappa Delta and Zeta Phi Eta,
honorary speech society. Mr. Sad-
ler, a senior majoring in English,
is a member of Chi Phi fraternity.

Women's Glee Club Activities

Moore - Huff
Dean and Mrs. Earl V. Moore of
Ann Arbor have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mary,
to William Eldred Huff, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eldred H. Huff of Ply-
mouth.
Miss Moore, a junior in the liter-
ary college, is a member of Colt
* * *

Malitz - Simons
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Malitz of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara, to Morton Simons, son of
Mr. Benjamin Simons of Quebec,
Canada.
Miss Malitz and Mr. Simons,
graduates of the literary college
and members of Phi Beta Kappa,
are both juniors in law school.
Winterle - Kirby
Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Winterle
of Flint have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Betty
Jane, to William R. Kirby, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kirby also
of Flint.
Miss Winterle is a senior in the
School of Education. Mr. Kirby is
a senior at Central Michigan
Teacher's College.
* * *
Abbott - Good
At a dinner in the Kappa Delta
sorority house on May 14 the en-
gagement of Jean Abbott, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Abbott
of Ann Arbor, to Charles Good was
announced. Mr. Good is the son of
Prof. and Mrs. Charles W. Good
also of Ann Arbor.
Miss Abbott, a member of Kap-
* * *

Walker - Enslen.
June 23 is the date set for the
wedding of Miss Caroline Dabney
Walker and Mr. George Clinton
Enslen.
Miss Walker, daughter of Mrs.
Wm. M. Haynes and Mr. John G.
Walker of Fremont, O., is a senior
in the School of Architecture and
Design and is a member of Kappa
Delta. Mr. Enslen, son of Mrs.
George Clinton Enslen of Cleve-
land, is a graduate of Stanford
University and a member of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon.
Howard - Cox
The engagement of Miss Dorothy
Anna Howard to James M. Cox
has been announced by her father,
Mr. Ray J. Howard of Farmington.
Mr. Cox is the son of Mr. J. Cecil
Cox of Walled Lake.
Miss Howard is a sophomore in
the literary college. Mr. Cox is a
sophomore at Michigan State
Normal Teachers' College.
Fisher - Whitney
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Fisher
of Grand Haven have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Annette, to Robert P. Whitney, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Whitney of
Pittsburg, Pa.
Miss Fisher is a senior in the
dental hygiene school and is a
member of Kappa Delta sorority.
Mr. Whitney is a junior in the en-
gineering school and a member of
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
Groos - Hough
At a party at their home Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Q. Groos of Escanaba
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Marilyn, to Thomas
E. Hough, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas E. Hough of Winnetka,
Ill.
Miss Groos will graduate in June
from the School of Education. She

is a member of Alpha Chi Omega
sorority.
Mr. Hough, a graduate of the
University, is now working in Chi-
cago. He is affiliated with Delta
Kappa Epsilon,
Linderman - Neir
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Linderman
of Inkster have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Chris-
tine Joanne, to Robert Louis Neir,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neir
of Astoria, N.Y.
Miss Linderman is a senior in
the School of Education. Mr. Neir
expects to receive his BA degree
in business administration in June.
Mintz - Faber
Mr. and Mrs. William Mintz of
Ann Arbor have announced the

engagement of their daughter,
Eunice, to Robert Gerson Faber,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber
of Trenton, N.J.
Miss Mintz, a 1948 graduate of
the University, was a senior as-
sociate editor of The Daily.
Fortnight
Chairmen for next year's
fortnight program have been
announced by the Assembly
Board.
Serving asgeneral chairman
for the annual event will be
Lila Beck. Assisting her as
committee .chairmen .will .be
Della Galloway in charge of
decorations; programs,k Gwen
Dorn; honors, Liesel Ellenbogen
and skits, Sie Alderman.

Plans for, the Women's Glee
Club's 1951-52 season are already
under way with promises of an
even more successful year.
Highlighting the season will be
the annual Christmas and spring
concerts. Added to these will be,
radio programs, private concerts
for private groups and conven-
tions, a tour of the state during'
the first part of Iring vacation
and evening concerts in nearby
cities.
The club's activities will be guid-
ed by Jean Allen, president and
Marion Charles, vice-president.
The spring tour and other out-of-
town concerts will be handled by
Nancy Beveridge, business mana-
ger.
Publicity will be handled by

Peggy Graham, and Maxine Wolfe
will handle the secretarial duties.
The growing library of music will
be kept in order by Charlotte Prit-
chard and her assistant, Jill
Schiller.
The Glee Club will be directed
again this year by Miss Janette
Floyd Estep who will be assisted
by a student director.

Softball Club
Members of the WAA Soft-
ball Club will hold a regular
meeting from 4 to 4:30 p.m. to-
day at the WAB. The game
which was scheduled with Ann
Arbor High has been cancelled.

MARY MOORE
legiate Sorosis, Wyvern and Mor-
tarboard. Mr. Huff is a senior in
the literary college and a member
of Alpha Delta Phi.
* * *
Donovan - Atwell
The approaching marriage of
Laura Donovan and Arthur Atwell
has been announced by her mother,
Mrs. James Donovan of Napoleon,
0. Mr. Atwell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Atwell of Detroit.
Miss Donovan, a sophomore in
the literary college, is affiliated
with Delta Gamma sorority. Mr.
Atwell is in the engineering school
and is a member of Phi Kappa
Psi fraternity.
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