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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1953

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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J-Hop Group,
Announces
Patron List
Invitations to Function
Sent to Many Guests
By Central Committee
Central committee of J-Hop has
announced the list of patrons
and patronesses for the 1953 J-
Hop.
The list includes Governor and
Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, Presi-
dent and Mrs. H. H. Hatcher, Dr.
and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Vice-
President and Mrs. M. L. Niehuss,
Vice-President and Mrs. W. K.
Pierpont, Secretary and Mrs. H.
G. Watkins, Regent Vera B. Baits
and Mr. S. G. Baits and Regent
and Mrs. R. 0. Bonisteel.
Others to act as patrons and
patronesses are Regent and Mrs.
A. B. Connable, Jr., Regent and
Mrs. O. E. Eckert, Regent and
Mrs. J. J. Herbert, Regent Charles
S. Kennedy, Regent and Mrs. K.
M. Stevens.
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Thurston,
Registrar and Mrs. I. M. Smith,
Director and Mrs. A. L. Brandon,
Dean Deborah Bacon, Dean and
Mrs. W. I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs.
G. G. Brown, Dean and Mrs. J. B.
Edmonson, Dean and Mrs. F. F.
Fauri and Dean and Mrs. S. G.
Fontanna are also included.
The list continues with Dean
and Mrs. A. G. Furstenburg, Dean
and Mrs. P. H. Jeserich, Dean and
Mrs. E. V. Moore, Dean and Mrs.
L. E. Odegaard, Dean and Mrs.
W. B. Rea, Director Rhdda F. Red-
dig, Dean and Mrs. J. D. Rowe,
Dean and Mrs. R. A. Sawyer, Dean
and Mrs. E. B. Stason and Dean
and Mrs. R. A. Stevenson.
Also named are Dean and Mrs.
H. J. Vaughan, Dean and Mrs.
E. A. Walter, Associate Dean Sar-
ah L. Healy, Associate Dean and
Mrs. B. D. Thuma, Assistant Dean
and Mrs. W. J. Emmons and As-
sistant Dean Elsie R. Fuller.
Assistant Dean and Mrs. J. H.
Robertson, Miss Ethel McCormick
and parents of central committee
members conclude the list.
The committee wishes to stress
rules concerning furniture for the
booths this year.

RELAX WHILE LEARNING:
Union, League, Lane Hall Will Provide
Studying Facilities During Exam Period

SHIRLEY ANN THOMAS

LOIS M. SISSON

MARJORIE ANN VEENSTRA

JO ANNE ALLEN

Weddings, Engagements During Past Weeks
Revealed by Families of University Women

Thomas-Derr
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thomas of
Cleveland, Ohio, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Shir-
ley Ann, to Millard Arthur Derr,
Jr., son of Mr. Millard A. Derr of
Detroit.
Miss Thomas is a sophomore at
the University where she is affil-
iated with Alpha Delta Pi.
Mr. Derr is a senior in the Col-
lege of Engineering and is a mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Sigma.
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Sisson-Halstead
At a family Christmas dinner
the engagement of Lois M. Sisson
to Boyd C. Halstead, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Halstead, of
Flint, was announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Sisson, of
Imlay City.
Miss Sisson has attended Car-
negie Institute in Detroit.
Mr. Halstead is enrolled in mu-
sic school here.
No wedding date has been set.
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Shafer-Veenstra
The wedding of Marjorie Ann
Shafer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Stanley I. Shafer, of Melrose,
Massachusetts, and Kenneth Earl
Veenstra, son of Mr. Theodore A.
Veenstra of Chicago and Mrs.
Katherine J. Veenstra of Ann Ar-
bor, took place on December 27
at Melrose.
Center Plans
Two Trips
To fill the between-semester
lull in social activities, the Inter-
national Center has planned two
trips that will enable the many
foreign students in Ann Arbor a
chance to see more of the state
of Michigan and its many indus-
tries.
On Feb. 2, a bus will leave the
Center for Detroit, where the stu-
dents will witness first-hand the
assembly-line method of produc-
ing automobiles.
In the afternoon arrangements
have been made for the group to
visit a salt mine.
Those wishing to make the tour
may still sign up at the Interna-
tional Center. Because of the
transportation element involved,
the trip will cost $1.50.
Anticipating more cold weather,
outdoor enthusiasts are polishing
up their skis in preparation for a
weekend vacation to Caberfae, a
town 10 miles from Cadillac.
According to International Club
officials, interested students may
make the excursion even if they
don't have the necessary equip-
ment, as skis may be rented at
the resort.
Including all expenses, the Jan.
30 weekend journey will cost ap-
proximately $25 for those who
rent skis and $15 for those who
furnish their own.
Sport fans still have time to
sign up for this trip.

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With final exams rapidly ap-
proaching, many students are fac-
ing two weeks of concentrated
study in a quiet, comfortable
study hall or library.
Rooms in the Union, League,
and Lane Hall will be available
during exam period as well as the
General Library, and divisional
libraries and study halls.
* * *
THE LEAGUE offers a place for
women to study with their dates
in the third floor hall and in the
Henderson Room on the same
floor. The atmosphere is informal
with comfortable chairs, couches
and tables. Smoking is allowed in
this room.
It will be open through noon
and most of the day until the
end of exams.
Open to women only is the
League Library on the third floor.
This room is also arranged in-
formally and offers a chance for
coeds to slip off their shoes while
concentrating on the books. There
is no smoking in this room.
* * *
THE LEAGUE Library will be
open Monday through Friday
from 9 am. to noon and 1 to 5:30
p.m. In the evenings it will open
at 7 p.m. and close at 10 p.m.
The Student-Faculty Lounge
in the Ann Arbor Room on the
second floor is open this week
only. Groups may use it for re-
view sessions.
For breaks between studying,
the League has coke and soft
drink machines as well as the
Round-up Room in the basement.
A television set on the second
floor is also available.
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with tables and chairs. Hours
here will be from 7 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. There are coke ma-
chines and telephones nearby
and smoking is allowed in the
hall.
To provide study facilities for
Sunday nights, Jan. 18 and 25,

Mrs. Veenstra is a senior in the
School of Education and is affil-
iated with Chi Omega Sorority.'
Mr. Veenstra is a sophomore in
Medical School and is a member
of Phi Chi and Phi Beta Kappa
and Phi Kappa Phi, honorary fra-
ternities.
The couple is now living at 807
Arch St., Ann Arbor.
Allen-Scott
The engagement of Jo Anne
Allen, daughter of Mrs. Belle Al-
len of Bethesda, Maryland, to
Pvt. John R. Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Scott of Birmingham,
was announced recently.
Miss Allen is a junior in the
School of Nursing.
Pvt. Scott is a graduate of the
School of Business Administra-
tion. He is now serving in the
Army.
* * *
Bamber-Shappirio
The engagement of Elvera Bam-
ber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Bamber of Howell, to David
G. Shappirio, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol. Shappirio of Washington, D.
C., was announced last week.
Miss Bamber is a senior in the
literary college. Mr. Shappiriois
a 1951 graduate of theUniversity
and is now doing graduate work
at Harvard University. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa.
No definite plans have been
set for the wedding.

is a member of Chi Phi, Vulcans,
Honor Council, Chi' Epsilon, M
Club and the varsity football
squad. He is a senior in the en-
gineering school.
The wedding will take place on
* *, *
January 3y.
Storm-Lobanov-'
Rostovsky
The wedding of Nancy Storm,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colton
Storm of Ann Arbor, to Igor Lob-
anov-Rostovsky, son of Prince An-
drei Lobanov-Rostovsky of Ann
Arbor and Mrs. Grace Lobanov of
New York, was held in the Chapel
of St. Andrews Episcopal Church
on December 23.
Mrs. Lobanov is a former stu-
dent of the University. Mr. Lob-
anov was graduated from the
School of Architecture and De-
sign in 1952 and was affiliated
with Alpha Rho Chi. He is now
studying at the Art Center in Los
Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lobanov are now
living in Beverly Hills, California.

BASKETBALL--There will be
no meeting of the Basketball Club
tomorrow. Date of the next meet-
ing, scheduled early next semes-
ter, will be announced in The
Daily.
INTERNATIONAL TEA - The
International Club extends a cor-
dial invitation to students and
faculty members to attend its tea
from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in
the Center. Students may engage
in informal conversation with stu-
dents from practically every na-
tion in the world.
SOPH CAB-All sophomore wo-
men who wish to work on decora-
tions, publicity or special booths
for Sophomore Cabaret between
semesters and during the first
week of school should sign their
names, addresses and phone num-
bers on special lists in the League
Undergraduate Office. Women
who wish to work the nights of
Soph Cab should sign on separate
lists in the Office.

Room 3A in the Union will be
open to co-educational study. The
cafeteria in the basement will also
be open.
A FREE Union record 'dance at
the same time in a nearby ball-
room will furnish a break in
studying.
Lane Hall is equipped with a
library which will be open from
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday
through Saturday during ex-
ams. The room is furnished
with tables, comfortable chairs.
couches and also has a fireplace.
The library in Lane Hall, which
is a branch of the University l1-
brary, has a large number of
books, basically religious reference
books. There are also many maga-
zines and periodicals along reli-
gious and human relations lines.
BESIDES THE Union, League
and Lane Hall, there are other
places where hours will be ex-
tended during examination period.
The General Library and Its
many divisional libraries have
sources for specialized fields.
Angell Hall Study Hall will alse
be open during exams.
Among the other collections for
specialized use are the education,
natural resources, fine arts, music,
engineering and other divisional
branches of the General Library.
One of the most modern facili-
ties on campus is the library
in the Business Administration
Building. A large number of per-
iodicals are kept here.

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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
to
THE BUNNY RHYTHM TRIO
at the
NEW FRIENDS BAR
37408 FORD ROAD

STUDENTS, CONTACT
THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD
AT 928 SOUTH STATE STREET
FOR YOUR DISCOUNT CARD,
FOR NOON-DAY LUNCHES AND DINNERS.
PLATE LUNCH 45c
Full Course Dinner, Except Sunday
for $1.00 (One Dollar)
You must register with us to be entitled to these prices.
All our Pies and Pastries are home-made.
Beginning next week we will be open all afternoon.

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H ube r-Pederson

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Huber
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Suzanne Dona, to Bern-
hardt L. Pederson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. N. Pederson of Marquette.
Miss Huber is affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta and is a senior
in dental hygiene. Mr. Pederson

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CLEARANCE SALE
Save As Much As 50%
COMPACTS BILLFOLDS
PEARL JEWELRY
CIGARETTE LIGHTERS RHINESTONE JEWELRY
and CASES NOVELTY ITEMS
Balfour and Fair Traded Items Not Included In Sale
SHOP EVERY DAY AT BALFOUR'S
BOB CARLSON 1321 S. University
Owner-Manager Phone 3-1733

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for North-South or Stay-at-Home
BEAUTIFUL NEW SUITS of precious wools, silk,
orlon combinations and rayons.
STUNNING COATS of pastel Ka-Ma-Juri, inter-
lined to wear now or late into spring.

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119 East Liberty (Across from the P-Bell)

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