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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1952w

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE 'LITTLE ROOM':
Coeds To Plan Music Room
In Memory of Barbara Little

In memory of the late Barbara
Little, former chairman of wo-
men's judiciary council who died
in an accident last summer, the
Ann Arbor Room on the second
floor of the League will be re-
named the "Little Room" and it
will be converted to a coeduca-
tional music room.
The project will be done in her
honor by the women she worked
with on campus activities.
* * *
AT MONDAY'S League Council
meeting a committee was elected
to make plans for construction of
the booths.
F o u r soundproof listening
booths will be built in the room,
j two with a capacity of eight
people, and two with a capa-
city of four people.
r They will be furnished with
comfortable chairs and footstools.
A TELEPHONE is to be install-
ed in each booth and connected
with the desk in the League li-
brary'.
From a catalogue of records,
the people in the booth can
choose their requests and the
librarian will play them on four
corresponding turntables i4 the
library.
The music will be piped into
the booths. In this way four con-
. certs can be going on at once.
Board of Reps.
The Board of Representa-
tives meeting that was schedul-
ed for today has been cancel-
led. There will be no more
meetings of the Board for the
rest of the semester.

BOTH MEN and women may
have access to the "Little Room."
The center of the room will
have a place for tables and
lounge chairs.
On the wall there will be a pic-
ture of Miss Little, which is to be
donated by Delta DeltaDelta sor-
ority of which she was a member.
* * *
A PLAQUE with her name will
tell of the things she had achiev-
ed on the campus.
The work will be paid for by
the Junior class contributing
proceeds from JGP, the fresh-
man class with Frosh Weekend
profits, and the sophomore class
after next year's Soph Cab.
Almost in this same manner,
the League Library has offered
Sunday night record concerts dur-
ing the past year.
* * *
THESE CONCERTS are open to
both men and women so that they
may both use the custom-made
radio-phonograph women stu-
dents have purchased with JGP
proceeds.
This series of concerts fea-
tures the informal relaxed at-
mosphere for which the League
Library is noted, and which will
also be found in the "Little
Room."
The League Library has in its
collection of records both classical
and popular numbers, thus cater-
ing to the Music Literature stu-
dents.
The collections include a wide
range of albums from the Paga-
nini Concert in D Major for violin
to Harris' Symphony No. 3.

Parents Reveal May Engagements

Chlopan - Esbrook 1
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chlopan ofI
Detroit, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Lois Ann, to
Edward Wayne Esbrook, son of
Mrs. George W. Esbrook .of Iron
River.
Miss Chlopan is a junior in ele-
mentary education school.
Mr. Esbrook is a senior in en-
gineering school.
* * *,
Cassidy - Haughwout
Mr .and Mrs. Holton C. Cassidy
of Lewiston, Pa., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sarah Jane to Peter J. Haugh-
wout, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Haughwout of Montclair, N.J.
Miss Cassidy is a sophomore at
Smith College. Mr. Haughwout is
a sophomore in law school here.
The wedding will take place the
first of June in Open Heart.
Kleinschmidt-Viehmann
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kleinschmidt
of Mancasset, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to Norman J. Viehmann,
son of Mr. and Mrs'. John L. Vieh-
mann also of Mancasset, N.Y.
Both Miss Kleinschmidt and
Mr. Viehmann are in graduate
school. Miss Kleinschmidt is a
member of Phi Sigma and Phi
Kappa Sororities, and Mr. Vieh-
mann is affiliated with Chi Phi
Fraternity and Delta Sigma Pi
Fraternity.
* * *

Miss Reed is a junior in the lit-
erary college and is affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta Sorority.
Mr. Guy is a junior in law
school and a member of Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity.
* * *
Buth - Thayer
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Buth of
Eastmanville have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Joan Marie, to Sgt. Roger J. Tha-
yer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
H. Thayer of Fremont.
Miss Buth is a senior in the
School of Education.
Sgt. Thayer attended Michigan
State College and is now stationed
at Fort Devens, Mass.
* * *
Slaman - Roti
Mr. George Slaman of Lake-
wood. Ohio, announces the en-
gagement of his sister, Dorothy, to
Richard F. Roti of Ishpeming, son
of Mrs. Vistor Roti.
Miss Slaman is a senior in the
School of Education.
Mr. Roti attended the Univer-
sity as a student in the College of
Architecture and Design and is
now employed as an architect in
Detroit.
The wedding is to take place
August 2, in Lakewood.
*, * *
Drelles - Diamond
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dia-
mond of Monroe have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Marie, to Speros George Drelles,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Drelles
of Muskegon.
Miss Diamond is a senior in the
literary college, majoring in Eng-
lish and is a member of the Mar-
tha Cook Board.
Mr. Drelles is a graduate stu-
dent in the School of Business Ad-

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The engagement of Margaret M.
Reed to Ralph B. Guy, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Guy of Dear-
born, was announced by her par-
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ministration. He is affiliated with
Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity.
The couple is planning to be
married July 13.
*, * * i
Fansler - Wilcox
Mrs. Sanford Wilcox of Grand
Rapids announces the engagement
of her daughter, Patricia, to Mi-
chael C. Fansler, son of Dr.
George D. Fansler of Logansport,
nd.
Miss Wilcox is a senior in the
literary college and is president of
Martha Cook Dormitory.
Mr. Fansler graduated from
Harvard and attended the Uni-
versity Law School.
A November wedding is planned.
* * *
Peterson - Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petersen of
Escanaba announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Nancy, to
Theodore H. Reynolds, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Reynolds of Ro-
chester, N.Y.
Miss Petersen is a freshman in
the School of Nursing.
Mr. Reynolds is a senior in en-
gineering school and is affiliated
with Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.
The wedding is to be in Septem-
ber at Escanaba.
* *.
Carbaugh - Collins
The engagement of Doreen Ann
Collins to Glenn Irvin Carbaugh,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Car-
baugh of Kansas City, Mo., was
announced bymher parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilmer Andrew Collins
of Grand Rapids.
Miss Collins is a graduate of the
University and will receive her
master's degree in economics this
June. She attended Randolph Ma-
ken Women's College at Lynch-
burg, Va., where she was affiliat-
ed with Kappa Alpha Theta. She
is a member of the Martha Cook
Board.
Mr. Carbaugh graduated from
Yale University and is a senior at
the University Law College. He is
a member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Alpha Delta.
The.wedding is planned for
June 19.
Van Asselt - Norris
The engagement of Carol Van
Asselt to Allen M. Norris, son of
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Norris of Mid-
dlebury, Ind., has been announced
by her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mathew Van Asselt of Royal Oak.
Miss Van Asselt is a sophomore
in the School of Music and is a
member of Mu Phi Epsilon, music
sorority.
Mr. Norris is also a sophomore
in the School of Music. He is af-
filiated with Delta Tau Delta Fra-
ternity and Phi Eta Sigma, fresh-
man honorary fraternity.
Cornfield - Kutinsky
Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Cornfield
of Detroit announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Beverly
Gail to Jerome Kutinsky, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kutinsky also
of Detroit.
Miss Cornfield is a junior in the
literary college.
Mr. Kutinsky received a B.A. at
Wayne University and is now a
sophomore in the College of Den-
tistry, he is affiliated with Alpha
Omega, dental fraternity.
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Mary Hutchins
Leads Active
CampusLife
Musical Junior Holds
Varied Memberships
In Local Honoraries
Red hair and a red bicycle are
the trade marks of one of the very
active junior women on campus,
Mary Hutchins.
Miss Hutchins, a redhead who
possesses all the qualities implied
by the color, is keenly interested
m all of her many activities at
the University, including the fra-
ternity of which she is a member.
THE MUSIC major's campus
activities are an open score filled
with plenty of lively tunes and few
rest stops.
When questioned concerning
her numerous daily chores, Miss
Hutchins replied "What a
mess."
The active junior's musical tal-
ent lies with the piano, which was
her major before she changed to
choral education.
ACCOMPANYING is what re-
ally keeps this coed busy. She as-
sists the Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety as well as accompanies for
all of the University Choirs and
the Lawyers Club.
Miss Hutchins is vice-presi-
dent of Sigma Alpha Iota, hon-
orary music fraternity. She like-
wise was a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta, freshman scho-
lastic honorary, and was just
recently tapped by Wyvern,
junior women's honorary.
She is also affiliated with Kap-
pa Phi, a Methodist group of
which she is chaplain, and attends
the Wesleyan Guild. The active
junior is thus among the most
affiliated independent women on
campus.
* * *
MISS HUTCHINS' high school
past is no less packed with acti-
vities. Along the musical line, she
played solos with an orchestra at
several concerts in Detroit as well
as playing for many symphonies
in Buffalo.
While in high school, she was
a member of the Natioiial Hon-
or Society, Latin Club and an
editor on the school paper. In
addition, Miss Hutchins did a
little work on television and ra-
dio.
As to her future the University
coed says that she would like to
teach miisic and do some travel-
ling, especially to Sweden and
England.
However, before Miss Hutchins
considers future plans, she says
that she wants to have some fun,
which she is of the opinion comes
with work, if the work is as in-
teresting as all her campus acti-
vities.

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