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,11, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Scroll Sells
Subscriptions
To Magazine
Society To Use Funds
From Formal Drive
To Give Scholarship
Scroll, senior honorary society
for affiliated women, is beginning
its formal drive to sell subscrip-
tions to the "Michigan Alumnus,"
a University publication.
The proceeds earned from the
drive will be used for the fund of
the Scroll scholarship given yearly
to a deserving woman on campus.
At present the society is urg-
ing fraternities, sororities, dor-
mitories and alumni of the Uni-
versity to purchase subscrip-
tions to the magazine.
"Michigan Alumnus" rates are
$4 per pear.
A subscription to the magazine
includes monthly issues except for
September and August as well as
a weekly football newsletter in
the Fall and the "Quarterly Re-
view," a scholarly publication con-
taining articles written by profes-
sors and facuty.
The "Michigan Alumnus" con-
tains from 36 to 48 pages of
t campus and alumni news in each
issue. The editors gather alumni
news through ja clipping service
and news sheet sent to each sub-
scriber.
Over 900 pages about Michigan
are circulated all over the world
each year. The "Alumnus" is sec-
ond only to the alumni publuica-
tion of Princeton in this respect.
The editor of the publication is
Mr. T. Hawley Tapping.
Groups interested in securing a
subscription to the magazine may
call Nancy Brewer at 2-5618 or
:arbara Buschman at 2-2569.
These coeds are acting as co-
chairmen of the drive.

General Ticket Sales
For J-Hop Will Begin

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JANICE CLARK PATRICIA IRVING
* * * * * *
Parents Tell Coeds' Plans
For Wedding, Engagements

WAA Notices

Clark - Powers
On December 24, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Clyde Clark of Ann Arbor, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, ,Janice, to Neal F. Pow-
ers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Powers of Ann Arbor.
Miss Clark is a sophomore in
the School of Architecture and
Design. Mr. Powers is a junior at
Michigan State College.
* * *
Hogan - Henning
At a dinner party on December
20 the engagement of Nancy W.
Hogan, daughter of Mr. Henry M..
Hogan and the late Mrs. Hogan
of Birmingham, Michigan, was
announced to Robert L. Henning,
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Henning
of Birmingham.
Miss Hogan is a senior majoring
in Dental Hygiene and is affiliated
with Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Henning is a senior in busi-
ness administration at Wayne
University.
An August wedding is planned.
Sanders - Ulbrich
The engagement of Betsy San-
ders, daughter of Mrs. David San-
ders of Highland Park, Illinois,
to Carl Ulbrich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Ulbrich of Villa Park,
Illinois, was announced recently.
Miss Sanders is a senior in the
Literary College and a member of
Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Ulbrich will graduate in
February from the School of En-
gineering and he is affiliated with
Chi Phi.
A summer wedding is planned.
Roos - Kemp
At an open house in their home,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Roos of
Waukegan, Illinois announced the
engagement of their daughter Su-
san Helen to V. Eric Kemp, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Kemp,
Sr. of Richmond, Virginia.
Miss Roos is a senior in the
School of Education and is affili-
ated with Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Kemp is a graduate of the
University of Richmond and is
now a senior in the Medical Col-
lege of Virginia.

The couple is planning a June
wedding.
Irving - Griffin
The engagement of Patricia Ir-
ving, daughter of Mrs. Bertha Ir-
ving of Flint, to Edward Griffin,
grandson of Mrs. Virginia Griffin.
of Detroit, was announced recent-
ly.
Miss Irving is a senior in the
School of Nursing. Mr. Griffin is
a senior speech major and is affili-
ated with Alpha Tau Omega fra-
ternity.
The wedding' will take place in
June.
Nelson - Neil
Rev. and Mrs. Anthony A. Nel-
son of Manstee, Michigan, announ-
ced the engagement of their
daughter, Joan Ruth, to Herbert
Edward Neil, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert E. Neil of Schenec-
tady, New York.
Miss Nelson graduated from the
Literary College last June and
was a member of Senior Society.
Mr. Neil graduated in 1952 from
the Literary College and was affil-
iated with Acacia fraternity. He
is now working on his master's de-
gree in business administration.
The wedidng is planned for
May 2, 1953.
Bean - Jacobson
Joan Bean, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Merce Bean of Grand Rapids,
recently became the bride of Via-
chislaf Nicholas Jacobson, son of
Mr. and Mrs, Nicholas Jacobson,
of Istanbul, Turkey.
Mrs. Jacobson is a 1949 gradu-
ate of the University and prior to
her marriage was employed by the
Foreign Service of the U.S. State
Department.
Mr. Jacobson is a graduate in
civil engineering of Robert Col-
lege in Istanbul.
The couple is making their home
in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Tickets go on sale from 10:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow and Tues-
day for juniors, seniors and grad-
uate students who wish to attend
the '53 J-Hop "Grande Baroque."
On Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday all remaining tickets will
be placed on sale until the limit of
1500 is reached.
,* * *
WITH THE J-Hop returning
this year to a one-night dance, the
committee has decided to limit the
number of tickets being sold in
order that the IM building will not
be filled to over capacity.
The '53 J-Hop, featuring
Ralph Marterie and Tommy
Dorsey and their orchestras, will
be held from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 6, at the IM build-
ing.
Women students will be allowed
4 a .m. permission for the annual
dance on Friday night, while wo-
men are required to be in their
residences at 2:30 a.m. Saturday
night.
* * *
STUDENT GROUPS who are
planning to hold parties on J-Hop
weekend must apply for approval
by Jan. 23 at the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs.
Specific rules concerning the
J-Hop weekend have been set up
by the committee, which includes
the regulation that no corsages
are to be worn to the dance ex-
cept by members of the central
committee.
Smoking in the booths or on the
dance floor is forbidden, and is
permitted only in the place pro-
vided.
STUDENTS MAY not re-enter
the building after once leaving,
and no spectators shall be allow-j
ed, unless bearing tickets to the
Hop.
No house parties will be ap-
proved for the night of "Grande
Baroque," and pre-Hop dinners
must end at the designated hour.
Fraternities are closed to callers
on Friday evening until 2 a.m.
when the house may re-open for
breakfast.
However, fraternities housing
women guests may remain open
during the Hop and the chaper-
one-in-residence, who must be ap-
proved by the Dean of Women,
must be at the house.
* * *
ARRANGEMENTS for housing
women over night during J-Hop
weekend in men's residences must
be separately approved at the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
Fraternities having overnight
women guests must vacate their
houses by 1 p.m. Friday after-
noon, Feb. 6, after which the wo-
men guests and chaperones may
move into the houses.

Men may re-enter the houses
any time after 3 p.m., Friday, for
dinners or house entertainment,
and again leave while the group
is attending the dance.
* * *
ON SATURDAY, fraternity
members may enter the house af-
ter noon and after 9 a.m. on Sun-
day. Women guests must vacate
the buildings on Sunday.
Although 4 a.m. permission is
granted on Friday and 2:30
a.m. hours on Saturday, calling
hours in women's residences will
not be extended.
Chaperones for all weekend af-
fairs are subject to the approval of
the Dean of Students. Two mar-
ried couples, or one couple and the
chaperone in residence are requir-
ed as chaperones for specific so-
cial events.
It is suggested that chaperones
be selected from such groups as
parents of students, faculty mem-
bers or alumni, who will be will-
ing to cooperate to assure that
University regulartions are observ-
ed.
Union To Provide
Studying Facilities
On Sunday Nights
The Union will provide facilities
for men and women to study to-
gether from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight
and every Sunday night in Room
3A.
This room, equipped with tables,
lights and chairs is open every
Sunday evening through exams
and into next semester.
Also on hand are telephones and
a coke machine. The cafeteria in
the basement will be open.
A free Union record dance at the
same time in a nearby ballroom
will furnish a welcome break in
studying.

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The schedule for the week in the
all-campus women's basketball
tournament is as follows:
Tomorrow at 5:10 p.m.-Jordan
II vs. Alpha Phi I; Alpha Xi Delta
I vs. Alpha Omicron Pi I; at 7
p.m.-no games; at 8 p.m.-no
games.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Sorosis I
vs. Barbour II; Alpha Chi Omega
II vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma II;
at 7:10 p.m.-Cook II vs. Jordan
III; Couzens II vs. Delta Gamma
II; at 8 p.m.-Palmer II vs. Mosh-
er I; Angell I vs. Ann Arbor Girls
Wednesday-no games schedul-
ed.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Pi Beta
Phi' II vs. Ann Arbor Girls II; at
7:10 p.m.--Stockwell I vs. Delta
Delta Delta II; Couzens It vs.
Prescott I; at 8 p.m.-Barbour I
vs. Angell II; Stockwell II vs. Al-
pha Delta Pi I.
Team captains may sign up for
practice sessions when there are
no tournament games scheduled.

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