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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ITT

Union, WAA
To Sponsor
Exam Events
Movie To Be Offered;
All Students May Use
Tennis, Golf Facilities
Union...
Hoping to provide a little relaxa-
tion for exam-weary students, the
Union will sponsor a free movie at
A8 p.m. Monday in the Union Ball-
room.
Presented at the end of every
semester, this year the program
will feature "Harvey," an adap-
tation of the Pulitzer Prize-win-
ning play of the same name.
Starring James Stewart, Peggy
Dowd and Josephine Hull, the
movie is the story of Elwood P.
Dowd and his friend Harvey, the
six-foot rabbit.
Also included on the evening's
entertainment will be a short fea-
ture.
In charge of arrangements are
John Munn and Bernard Levine.
* * *
WAA.. .
Although this week concludes all
physical education classes for the
year, the Women's Athletic Build-
ing will be open throughout the
exam period.
To relieve the tension of last-
minute cramming for exams, stu-
dents may find relaxation by
playing tennis matches or golf.
Now students will have a chance
to apply their skills outside of
class and take advantage of the
things they have learned in their
physical education courses.
The use of tennis courts is facil-
itated for all women at the WAB
by the barring of men unless they
are playing with women.
Women players have the choice
of the courts over mixed players,
while men can play only if there
are unwanted courts.
Students who would like to take
advantage of the opportunities for
some physical exercise in addition
to their mental work, may obtain
tennis racquets and golf clubs
which are available for a small

"SHIVERING SHANKS" WILKINS:
Literary College Senior Class President
Will Seek Position in Publications Field

JOAN ST. DENIS NANCY LEWIS
* * * * * *

CLAIRE JACOBSEN HELENE VIEDRAH
* * * * * *

Parents, Announce Womens' Engagements

By RITA GEDROVICS
"My burning ambition in life is
to be a good writer," is the goal
expressed by the senior class presi-
dent of the literary college.
Upon graduation, Roger Wilkins,
who is majoring in political
science, plans to get an immediate
job in the publications field but
later wants to be a fiction writer.
Wilkins became interested in
writing by observing people in
their everyday activities and
their differing reactions to the
same situation. He enjoys going
to unfamiliar places, and talk-
ing to odd personalities. "Since
people will be in my writing, I
want to assimilate different
ideas" says Wilkins.
During his University days, Wil-
kins has engaged in various acti-
vities. In his freshman year he
ran on the track team and also
served on the Strauss house coun-
cil.
As a sophomore, he was elected
president of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Col-
lege Degrees and ran for Student
Legislature.

In his third year Wilkins served
as chairman of the Human Rela-
tions committee of SL and in the
spring acted as member at large
of the SL cabinet. In addition, he
was tapped for Sphinx.
"Shivering Shanks" was the
title Wilkins acquired when in-
itiated into the Michigamua. He
is also an active member of the
Kappa Alpha Psi.
Hailing from Grand Rapids,
Wilkins is an ardent Democrat
and great Stevenson supporter. He
is also a fervent rooter for the New
York Yankees.
Wilkins most enjoys himself
when his shoes are off and he gets
a thrill from writing poetry, say-
ing, "Perhaps I like to write be-
cause I can always have my shoes
off when I'm pounding on a type-
writer."
It is Wilkin's opinion that he is
the most unmusical person living
and he says "If you'd ask the girl
I'm pinned to, she'd very readily
tell you I can't dance either."
Although at first Wilkins en-
tered activities and approached
life with a youthful, idealistic

zeal, at the age of 21 he admits
he has acquired a "somewhat
cynical attitude." He wants to
agree with Hobbs that "Life is
nasty, cruel . .. make the most
of it."
Believing in individualistic val
ues, Wilkins thinks that it is most
important to be happy and secure
himself.
"If you are frustrated yourself,
you can't go and advise others,
you'll only make a mess of every-
thing," he feels.
Wilkins also spent one summer
working on a mail route in his
home town. "Delivering mail was-
n't bad at all. If I fail as a writer,
I'll be a mailman," stated Wilkins.
SUCCESS
to you al1!!
It's been a pleasure
to serve you.
CALL ON US ANY TIME!,
The aseola Darber
Near Michigan Theatre

St. Denis-Dudd
Mr. and Mrs. Francis F. St.
Denis of Detroit recently announc-
ecl the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Joan to John Edward Dudd,
son of Mr. Clarence M. Dudd of
Three Rivers, Michigan.
Miss St. Denis is a junior in the
School of Music. She is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma
Alpha Iota.
Mr. Dudd is a graduate student
in the School of Music and is a
member of Omega Chi, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, and
Pi Kappa Lambda. He is also the
conductor of the AFROTC band.
Wedding plans have been set for
September.
Lewis-Van Deusen
The engagement of Nancy Ellen
Lewis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Lewis of Dearborn, to Char-
les Henderson Van Deusen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Deusen
of Buffalo, was announced re-
cently.
Miss Lewis is a senior in the
School of Education. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority
and Scroll honorary.1
Mr. Van Deusen graduated last
June from the School of Engineer-
ing and is affiliated with Sigma
Phi.
Wedding plans have been set for

Jacobsen-Wh i tmore engagement of their daughter, Hel- Mr. Lefton graduated from the
ene Diane, to Jack Bernard Ger- Illinois Institute of Technology
The engagement of Claire Su- suk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan and the Detroit College of Law.
zanne Jacobsen, daughter of Mr. Gersuk, also of Detroit. The wedding is planned for June
and Mrs. Henry O. Jacobsen of Miss Viedrah is a freshman in 30 at the home of the bride's par-
Lancaster, N. Y. to Roy A. Whit- the literary college. motp-
more Jr son of Mr and Mrs. Roy ents.

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A. Whitmore of Bayside, N. Y., was
recently announced.
Miss Jacobsen is a senior in the
literary college. She is a member
of Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Delta
Pi and Scroll. She holds the posi-
tionhof second vice-president of
Panhellenic.
Mr. Whitmore is a 1952 graduate
of the School of Natural Resources.
He was affiliated with Sigma Nu
and Alpha Zeta.
An August wedding is planned.
Viedrah-Gersuk
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Viedrah of
Detroit recently announced the

Mr. Gersuk is a graduate of
Wayne University, and is now a
junior in the School of Dentistry.
He is affiliated with the Alpha
Omega fraternity.
An early September wedding is
planned.
Lef ton-Stern
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O. Lefton of
Detroit recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Syd-
ney Helene, to Norman W. Stern,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Stern,
also of Detroit.
Miss Lefton is a junior in the
literary college and is a member
of the Daily business staff.

Laver-Domke
The engagement of Barbara
Jean Laver to Richard Domke, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Domke of
Toledo, Ohio, was announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Laver, also of Toledo, Ohio.
Miss Layer is a senior in the
literary college. She is affiliated
with Delta Zeta sorority.

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