TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1952
Looking toward two of next
year's projects, the Panhellenic
Board has chosen central com-
mittees for both the Panhel Ball
and Variety Show.
General chairman and assistant
general chairman of Panhellenic
Ball are Barbara Wildman and
Jeanne Freshour respectively.
Leading the committee for Var-
iety Show are Sue Jacobsen, gen-
eral chairman and Joan Kay
Brush, assistant general chair-
Other members of the dance
central committee are Barbara
Andrix, decorations; Ronda Fine-
stone, assistant decorations; Betty
Magyar, programs; Marymac Mal-
colm, tickets; Virginia Pike, pa-
trons and Katherine Wakeman,
Variety Show planners are
Gretchen Meier, publicity; Mary
Jane Mills, newspaper publicity;
Dorothy Hammett, stunts; Lynn
Robbins, posters; Laura Hoffman,
secretary and Beverly Brown,
A meeting of the Panlel Ball
central committee will be held at
5 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
I 4ceo-'4" Campo4
Orientation Leaders-All lead-
ers who have not picked up their
supplies must do so today or be
dropped from the list of orienta-
Judiciary Council - The Wo-
men's Judiciary Council will not
be in session for the remainder of
Minor infractions of women's
rules will be handled by the
housemothers during the next
Serious cases may be referred to
the Dean of Women.
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who are swimming in the Barton
Hills swimming show should con-
tact their groups for rehearsals
today or on Thursday.
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Women's Hours - The recent
changes in women's hours voted
on by the Board of Representa-
tives will not take effect until next
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Parents Reveal Engagements, Wedding Plans
Ann Arbor After Midnight
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Ford, of Elmhurst, Ill., announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Joyce Constance to Robert L. Hal-
brook, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Halbrook of Grosse Pointe.
Miss Ford is a junior in the
School of Architecture and De-
sign and is a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority.
Mr. Halbrook is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
The weding will take place
June -14, in Ann Arbor.
Sussman - Miller
The engagement of Ina Suss-
man was announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Sussman
of Brooklyn, N.Y., to Maynard
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Miller of Auburn, Maine.
Miss Sussman is a graduating
senior in the literary college and
is a member of the Daily Business
Staff, Alpha Lambda Delta, Wy-
vern, Senior Society, Mortar
Board, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi
Mr. Miller will receive his mas-
ters degree in Business Adminis-
tration this month and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity,
Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sig-
ma and Phi Kappa Phi,
A summer wedding has been
E ARLY MORNING in Ann Arbor
You have to hunt around to find
people after 2 a.m. At first you
don't spot any as your car thumps
down the rain-drenched streets.
But there's the inevitable cop, at
last, calling in from a phone on
He knows where people are still
stirring. So you go to the police
station, and then you hunt up a
restaurant operator putting on the
finishing gleam to the chromium
after a night's work, and then to
a baking plant where two men are
stacking thousands of loaves for
AROUND 3 a.m. you see a drunk
-- a corpulent, wobbling man
lurching down Washington past
S. Main. But~ somehow he disap-
pears before you cover the block
and a half between you. People
have a transient quality in the wee
hours they don't possess in day-
light. Be this as it may, we couldn't
find the drunk. and couldn't begin
to figure out where he'd gone.
Back on State you see a light
-and you scoot up to it, think-
ing "Is it a robbery"-it isn't;
just a high school senior making
a few extra bucks putting a store
window into shape for a new dis-
play. You take his "pitcher"
through the glass and he's hap-
py. But not before the flash at-
tachment goes bad and that
piece of equipment is useless for
the rest of the night.
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By then it's 4 a.m. and there's
no other live picture to take. Now
it's time for a dead one. So you set
up the tripod on S. Main to get a
panoramic picture of bleak, wet
quiet. The massive rumble of the
haulaway trucks as they head out
Main for the open highway hardly
seems a part of the scene before
the lens. But the light patterns on
the print bear witness to their
Stay up some night and see it-
Ann Arbor is worth it.
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Fisher - Fox
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Fisher of Bay
City announce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy to Gerald
F. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Fox of Huntington Woods.
Miss Fisher is a junior in the
College of Architecture and De-
Mr. Fox is a senior in the engi-
neering college and is a member
of Theta Xi Fraternity.
The couple will be married July
5, in the First Presbyterian
Church in Ann Arbor.
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Rummell - Staley
June 22 has been set as the
wedding date by Elizabeth Rum-
mell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R.
J. Rummell of Fennville and Ro-
ELIZABETH RUMMEL CAROL EAGLE
bert L. Staley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Staley of Seattle, Wash.
Both Miss Rummell and Mr.'
Staley graduated from the liter-
ary college last year. Miss Rum-
mell is presently teaching in East
Detroit and Mr. Staley is serving
as a special agent with the F.B.I.
in Savannah, Georgia.
The couple plans to live in Sa-
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Eagle - Downie
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Eagle
of Buffalo, N.Y. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Carol
Frances to Donald Reid Downie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W.
Downie of Detroit.
Miss Eagle will receive her ba-
chelor's degree in music this June.
She is a member of Gamma Phi
Beta sorority, Mortarboard and
president of Wyvern.
Mr. Downie is a member of Sig-
ma Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Triangles,a
Phi Kappa Phi and Tau Beta Pi
fraternities and Vulcans. He grad-
uated last January from the Col-
lege of Engineering and is pre-
sently enrolled in the School of
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Ford - Halbrook
At an engagement party at
their home, Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Coed To Appear as Vocalist
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While seeking professional ad-
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won a job as guest vocalist with
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A personal telephone call from
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IT ALL started about 8 p.m. on
May 17, the night of I.F.C. Ball.
"I wanted to know what Mr.
Flanagan thought of my voice,"
explained Miss Seput, "so I went
to see him at the I.M. Building."
Dressed in typical coed attire
Miss Seput talked her way past
the doorman at the I.M. Building
and approached the Flanagan
band tuning up for the dance.
. . .
AFTER Miss Seput explained
that she wanted professional cri-
ticism on her voice, Flanagan con-
sented to listen.
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Miss Seput presented jazz ver-
sions of "I Got It Bad and That
Ain't Good" and "Paper Moon."
After a moment's silence Flana-
gan answered, "I like it! But if
you ever sang with my band you
couldn't wander so much from the
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terview. "It was the biggest sur-
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agan called on Saturday," ex-
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She had no idea that Flana-
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when she auditioned.
Although Miss Seput has never
had any voice lesson she has sung
with local bands for the past two
SHE STARTED her blues sing-
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of a resort in Charlevoix in the
summer of 1950.
Last year she sang with Don
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Earlier in the year Miss Seput
sang in Varsity Night and appear-
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quartet in Gulantics. The Quartet
placed third in the competition.
Miss Seput is a speech major
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