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LUARY 23, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Parents of Coeds Announce
Engagements, Wedding Plans

Bicknell - Kordenbrock
Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Bick-
nell of Clare have announced the.
engagement of their daughter
Martha Ann Bicknell to M. Ronald
Kordenbrock of Birmingham.
Miss Bicknell is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with the Gamma Phi Beta Soror-
ity.
atdfo h olg fof'*. Engn..
I R.
ing is now a graduate student it
the B u si n e s s Administratior
School. He is a :member of Theta
Delta Chi fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Barker - Tonnesen
The engagement of Betty Bar-
ker to Sander Tonnesen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. T. Tonnesen of Ja.
maica, N.Y., has been announced
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by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F,
Willard Barker of Coatesville, Pa
Miss Barker, a graduate of Earl.
ham College in Richmond, Ind,
peuiic dietician at the University
Hospital of Cleveland.
Mr. Tonnesen served with the
U.S. Infantry in World War II and
;graduated from the College of
Engineering last year. He is noa
completed her internship in die-
tetics at the University of Michi-
gan Hospital and is now a thera-

with the duPont Company in Rich-
mond, Va.
The wedding will take place this
summer.
* * *
Brauer - Feldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Brauer of
Toledo have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Elea-
nor, to Gerald Feldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feldstein, also
of Toledo.
Miss Brauer attended the Uni-
versity.
Mr. Feldstein attended the Uni-
versity of Toledo and was gradu-

ELEANOR BRAUER
ated from Bentley School of Ac-
counting, Boston. He is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The couple is planning an early
spring wedding.
Collinger - Rosen
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Collin-
ger of St. Louis, Miss., announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Marilyn, to Maynard
Charles Rosen. son of Mr. and

Galens' Annual
Caduceus Ball
To BeTonight
Ken Norman Featured
At 'Doctor's Dream';
Door Prize Offered
Caduceus Ball, the twentieth
annual dance to be presented by
Galen's honorary medical society,
will be held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
today in the League.
Ken Norman and his band will
play for the formal dance which
is traditionally held on the week-
end following George Washing-
ton's birthday.
Based on the theme, "A Doctor's
Dream," the decorations will cari-
cature professors and members
of the medical profession.
Intermission entertainment will
feature a skit about a young doc-
tor looking ahead through the
years.
Photographs will be taken at
the dance which will be held in
the Main Ballroom, the Hussey
room and the Vandenberg room
of the League.
This year's dance will offer a
door prize for the first time. The
prize is being presented by a local
medical supplies store.
The holder of the winning tick-
et will receive his choice of blood
pressure apparatus or a gift certi-
ficate of $42.50.
Caduceus Ball is given primar-
ily for medical students and mem-
bers of the University Hospital
staff. Women students are given
late permission for the event.
The central committee is stress-
ing that flowers are not to be worn.
Galens Society, honorary service
fraternity for medical students, is
sponsoring the dance which is the
official Medical School social
event.
Members of Galens operate a
store at the hospital, proceeds
from which are donated for extra
hospital equipment.
They also sponsor the annual
Christmas drive to provide a par-
ty and toys for year-round acti-
vity for children confined at Uni-
versity Hospital.
Tickets cost $3 and may be pur-
chased from members of Galens
and at the Galen News Stand, lo-
cated on the first floor of Uni-
versity Hospital.
They may also be purchased at
the door of the Ballroom tonight.
Coeds To Hold
Semi-Formal
Assembly Ball
Assembly Ball, the annual dance
presented by independent women
on campus, will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the Lea-
gue.
The entire second floor will be
appropriately decorated w i t h
Greek goddesses and famous fem-
mes fatales through the ages for
the semi-formal, coed-bid dance
being held on the extra day of
leap year.
Johnny Harbard and his orches-
tra and Bob Leopold and his com-
bo will provide music for dancing.
The other rooms on the League
second floor will each be decorat-
ed in honor of different femmes
fatales such as Diamond Lil, Hel-
en of Troy and Scarlet O'Hara.
Coke-tail parties are being plan-
ned in many of the residence halls.

This custom of entertaining coeds
and their dates before the inde-
pendent women's dance was start-
ed several years ago.
The central committee makes it
clear that coeds may or may not
wear flowers as they wish.
Boutonieres are being sold for
25 cents by the ticket salesmen,
and may be bought in all of the
residence halls. Tickets may also
be obtained in the League. Those
not living in dormitories may pick
up the boutonieres the day of the
dance. Price of the tickets is $2.50.
General chairman of the dance
is Sue Alderman. Other commit-
tee heads are Iris Pomroy, finance;
Jan ZurSchmiede and Evelyn
Grossman, publicity; Mimi Blau
and Shyrlee Bloom, decorations;
Inez Krause-, programs; Lorraine
Baldwin, tickets; Della Galloway,
patrons and Frances Kochin,
building and grounds.
Group Begins
Open Houses
International Center will begin
the first in a series of open houses
dealing with campus activities and
problems at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the International Center.
This week's subject will be fra-
ternity life on campus and will
be presented by ten representatives
from the Inter-fraternity Council
a nd Panhs&lrnip A aareia +in

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SANDRA COLLINGER
Mrs. Morris Rosen, also of St.
Louis.
Miss Collinger is a sophomore
in the literary college.
Mr. Rosen is a graduate of
Washington University in St.
Louis and is affiliated with the
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
A summer wedding is planned.

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A TTEN-SHUN:
Military Men May Purchase
Tickets for Traditional Dance

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Tickets'for Military Ball which
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, March 7, in the Union
Ballroom, may now -be purchased
by members of the ROTC, reserve
officers and members of the Na-
tional Guard.
The tickets are available at the
militwy offices or from officers or
members of the dance , central
comlimittee.
THE ANNUAL DANCE which
has been presented by the ROTC
units on campus since 1918 will
feature the music of Fred Netting
and his orchestra.
Netting, a native Detroiter,
was at one time associated with
Tony Pastor as a featured sax-
ophonist. Since then he has
worked with a Detroit radio sta-
tion doing arranging and com-
posing work before he organized
his own group.
Having played at colleges in the
Detroit area, the Netting orches-
tra features Judy Claire as vocal-
ist, She is also featured over a
daily radio show. Also featured
with the group is Wally Gordon
on the trumpet.
TRADITIONALLY THE dance
will be held amid decorations of
a military nature. Last year's
dance had the scene set with
Fellowship Group
To Hold Meeting
Interested students may attend
the meeting of the Michigan Chris-
tion Fellowship which will be held
from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow in Lane
Hall.
Special speaker for the meeting
will be Mr. David Adeney who has

sandbags and other appropriate
equipment.
Under a ceiling of maize and
blue, emblems of the four
branches of the service were
placed about the walls.
Featured entertainment during
the intermission of last year's
dance included an exhibition of
rifle drill by the Pershing Rifle-
men.
Music for the evening was play-
ed by Paul La Voie and his orches-
tra from Detroit.
[ A Notices]
Badminton Tournament-Those
women already registered through
their athletic managers are eli-
gible to play in the WAA badmin-
ton tournament, which is schedul-
ed to begin at 1 p.m. today. All
contestants are asked to bring one
bird. Rackets will be furnished.
Contestants must be dressed and
ready to play according to the fol-
lowing schedule: Fis through Ja-
1 p.m.; Jo through McL-1:45 p.-
i.; McV through Ra-2:30 p.m.;
Re through C. Smith-3 p.m.; P.
Smith through Zim-3:30 p.m.;
Ab through Buc-4 p.m.; Bus
through Fin-4:30 p.m.
Michifish - Tryouts will be held
from 9 to 10 a.m. today in the Un-
ion Pool.
* * *
Bowling Club-There will be an
organizational meeting of the
WAA 'Bowling Club at 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday in the WAB. Women who
wish to bowl on Tuesday evening
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