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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, ,APIXTL 26, 1953

PAGESIXSUNDY, PRIL28,195

Men, Women
On Campus

Parents Announce Engagements of University Women
. . . . ~ * .* . .* , . . .

'SOAPY' HONORED:
Governor Williams Attends
House Dances, Pig Dinner

En

joy

Bridge

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Lessons, Experience
Offered to Students
At Weekly Gatherings
"Fourth for Bridge" is the call
that campus card sharks respond
to almost as readily as the first
call to supper.
Throughout the year master
minds as well as novice bridge
players gather round a table or
oven on the floor and in a cloud
of smoke open the bidding.
SOME STUDENTS use all kinds
om mathematical formulas tofig-
ure out the honor count while
those who "play at the game"
just close their eyes and hope,
much to the disgust of the "pros."

Gretchen Truettner
* * *

Marian Moats
* * *

Rosemary Heineman Ruth Finger
* * * * * *

Elaine Rothman

A'
pus,
has
the
son

popular pass-time on cam-
the art of playing bridge
been offered by experts at
League weekly bridge les-
on Tuesdays.

In previous years, the Union has
sponsored a Bridge tournament
which was not too successful be-
cause of the tense atmosphere
created.
THIS YEAR the League and
Union decided to co-sponsor a
Bridge Night every Wednesday in
the Union Ballroom so that both
excellent and poor players could
enjoy the game.
Many of the bridge games are
held spontaneously in dorm
rooms and lounges, however.
Card fiends have even turned the
League's Round Up room into a
card parlour where lady luck
reigns.
Amidst the confusion strange
oddities occur to "old hand" bridge
enthusists.
JERRY STERN, '55E, Paul Dom-
eny, '55BusAd., Fred Hohwart,
'55E, and George Schatz, 155E get
together every night after supper
in South Quad for a few hands of
bridge.
Recently Stern had a "Grand
slam" in one of the games. For
the non-bridge readers, a grand
slam means he took every trick.
This feat was niot accomplished
with out the aid of lady luck, how-
ever. Stern's opening hand con-
tained 100 honors in diamonds as
well as the ace, king and queen of
both hearts and clubs.
Bluebook time has become sy-
nonymus with Bridge at the 'U'
as students take time out from
grinding over the books to join in
the fascinating game. Many men
also engage in a few hands while
waiting for tardy dates.

lor's and master's degrees from the
School of Engineering. He is a
member of Phi Sigma Delta.
A July wedding is planned.
Ma col m-Leydorf
The wedding of Mary MacKen-
zie Malcolm, daughter of Justice
and Mrs. George A. Malcolm of
Hollywood, Calif., to Fred L. Ley-
dorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loftin
H. Leydorf of Toledo took place
Mar. 28 at Martha-Mary Chapel
The reception was held at the
in Greenfield Village Deerborn.
The reception was held at the
Deerborn Inn.
Mrs. Leydorf is a junior in the'
literary college. She is affiliated
with Kappa Alpha Theta.
Mr. Leydorf is a senior in the
School of Business Administra-
tion. He is a member of Phi Delta
Theta fraternity.
After a wedding trip to Key
West, the couple plan to reside in
Ann Arbor.

By ROZ SHLIMOVITZ
'The welcoming mat was rolled
out for the extremely versatile
governor of the state of Michigan,
G. Mennen Williams, and his wife
at a round of parties held on cam-
pus yesterday.
While the state's first couple
had to miss the Union Opera, an
event they annually witness, they
attended Allen-Rumsey's "Bow-
Tie Ball" and a square dance given
at Victor Vaughan. The Governor
was also present at the stag Phi
Gamma Delta Pig Dinner.
ESPECIALLY honoring the high
official, Alleh-Rumsey's semi-for-
mal affair was probably the first
place the governor found 100 per-
cent of the male population wear-
ing bow-ties, an article of dress
particularly dear to the governor.
These ties held the center of
attention as a large picture of
Governor Williams framed above
a lighted bow tie which flickered
on and off formed the back-
ground for the evening's enter-
tainment.
Not singing "Buttons and Bows"
because the Governor likes bow-
ties, or "Donkey Serenade" be-
cause he's a Democrat, the Allen-
Rumsey Glee Club instead wished
him a "Bright Future Beyond the
Blue Horizon."
* * *
A STAR DANCER whom the
Governor and his wife missed see-
ing at Union Opera, Andy White,
'55, did his routine to this melody.
The program also consisted of
folk tunes by Ed Banghart, '54M
accompanied by his guitar and
excerpts of "Porgy and Bess"
sung by the Glee Club.
When Mrs. Williams entered the

FROM THE Bow-tie Ball Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Williams went to
a square dance given at Victor
Vaughn.
Here the Governor was not
an idle bystander, but proved
why he is one of the state's
most popular square dance call-
ers.
The official stated that calling
is not something new to him, and
jokingly admitted that he's been
at it a "couple dozen years."
ALSO A square dance enthus-
iast, Mrs. Williams remarked, "My.
only difficulty is finding a partner
while the Governor does the call-
ing."
Also featured at the Vaughan
party was the calling of Dean
Ivan Parker. According to Kay
Baker, '55, chairman of the
dance, "the Dean and Governor
both did a wonderful job ex-
plaining all the steps."
Governor Williams, a member
of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity,
made his first appearance of the
evening at the group's 68th an-
nual pig dinner.
THE MAIN speaker at the din-
ner was Congressman Frazier
Reams, the only Independent in
the United States Congress since
1920 serving his second successive
term.
Other speakers were William
S. Zerman, Assistant to the
Dean of Students, who acted as
toastmaster, Dean of Men Wal-
ter B. Rea, and Mr. Harry L.
bavis, fraternity Section Chief
from Cleveland, Ohio.
Joe Middleton, past president of
the chapter, was awarded the
Reynolds Rich Smith trophy by

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Eddlene Friedman

Janyce Ayers * Alva Sachs

Patricia Ann Mahaney

Truettner Cannon
The engagement of Gretchen
Jane Truettner, daughter of Mrs.
Lowell H. Truettner of Ann Arbor
to John Patrick Cannon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Cannon of
Grosse Point Park, was announced
recently.
Miss Truettner is a graduate of
Christian College, Columbia, Mo.
She is presently employed at Mich-
igan Bell.
Mr. Cannon is a senior in the
literary college and plans to enter
Medical School next fall. He is a
member of Lambda Chi Alpha fra-
ternity.
Moa ts-Stevens
At a small party in their home,
Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A. Moats
of Marine City announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
ian Leora, to David Bishop Ste-
vens, son of Mrs. Bert Stevens of
Harbor Beach and the late Mr.
Stevens.
Miss Moats is a junior in the
School of Music.
Mr. Stevens is a senior in the

literary college. He is a member of
the Pershing Rifles Society and is
house manager of the J. Raleigh
Nelson House for International
Living.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
** *
Heineman-Oeh ler
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Heineman of
Saginaw recently announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Rosemary to Richard Dale Oehler,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Oehler
of Tampa, Florida.
Miss Heineman is a graduate of
the University. She was a member
of Kappa Delta.
Mr.' Oehler attended the Uni-
versity of California where he was
a member of Phi Beta Kappa,
A summer wedding is planned.
* * *
Finger-Friedman
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Finger of
New York City recently announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Ruth Carrel, to Stuart Joel Fried-
man, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. David
Friedman of West Orange, N.J.
Miss Finger is a sophomore in
the literary college.
Mr. Friedman is a student at
the University of Buffalo.
A June wedding is planned.
* *' *
Rothman-Simon
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford A. Roth-
man of Detroit recently announced
the engagement of their daughter,

Elaine Eve to Leonard Sherwin
Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Simon of Rochester, N.Y.
Miss Roth is a senior in the lit-
erary college.
Mr. Simon is a senior in the
School of Engineering. He is a
member of Phi Sigma Delta.
Wedding plans are set for Aug-
ust 2.
,' * *7
Sachs-Gold
The engagement of Alva June
Sachs to Lt. Herbert A. Gold, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gold of
Chicago was announced recently
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Er-
nest Sachs of Detroit.
Miss Sachs is a junior in the
School of Architecture and De-
sign.
Lt. Gold is a graduate of the
School of Engineering.
A June wedding is planned.
Friedman-Bioom
At a party in their home, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Friedman of Kala-
mazoo announced the engagement
of their daughter, Eddlene Marcia
to Victor Bloom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Bloom of New York
City.
Miss Friedman is a junior in
the literary college. She is affili-
ated with Pi Lambda Theta.
Mr. Bloom, a January graduate
of the University, will enter Medi-
cal School in September.
No definite wedding plans have
been made.

Mahaney-Stein
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mahaney of
Dearborn recently announced the
engagement of their daughter, Pa-
tricia Ann to Donald Lester Stein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stein
of Troy, Ohio.
Miss Mahaney is a junior in the
School of Nursing. She is affiliated
with Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
Mr. Stein attended Miami
University in Oxford, Ohio and
graduated from the University of
Michigan concentrating in the
field of chemical engineering.
A June wedding is planned.
Ayers-Quinn
On Easter day, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Ennis of Holley, N.Y. an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Janyce Eileen Ayers to
Robert G. Quinn, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert G. Quinn of
Grand Rapids.
Miss Ayers is a senior in the
School of Education. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
Mr. Quinn, a junior in Law
School, is a member of Delta The-
ta Phi legal fraternity.
No definite plans have been
made.
* * *
Williams-Heineman
The engagement of Sarah S.
Williams, daughter of Mrs. Bea-
trice S. Wilcox of Detroit and Mr.
Robert C. Williams of Bagalusa,
La., to Morse Richard Heineman,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Morse
Heineman, was announced recent-
ly.
Miss Williams is a freshman in
the School of Architecture and De-
sign. She is affiliated with Colle-
gaite Sorosis.
Mr. Heineman is a freshman in
the School of Engineering and is
a member of Theta Xi fraternity.
Sipkin-Gluck

Quad she was presented with an Shirley Smith, Secretary Emeri-
orchid by a resident of the house. tus of the University.

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