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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1953

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U nfon League To Hold Announce Weddings, Engagements
i ce 1Nignt, Classes !,

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'SING,

EVERYONE, SING!'

Men's Glee Club Finds Time for Parties,

Bridge Night ...
"Fourth for bridge," a call often
heard in this popular card game,
will again be heard as the Union
will begin Bridge Night from 7:45
to 10:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
Bridge Night is designed to ac-
quaint any bridge players on cam-
pus, as well as Ann Arbor resi-
dents, with duplicate bridge.
During the first two weeks in-
struction in duplicate bridge
will be given to anybody who is
not acquainted with this game,
therefore all "non-experts" are
encouraged to come.1
Dates are encouraged for Bridge
Night. However, Bob Hardies, who
is in charge of Bridge Night, ex-
plained that every effort will be
made to arrange partnerships for
all those who come alone.
In general, the committee in
charge says that this event is run
on an informal fun and fellowship
basis, and the players not only be-
come acquainted with bridge prac-
tices but also with each other.
Admission to each Bridge
Night will be 25 cents and the
meeting place will be posted on
the main bulletin board in the
Uniot.
Buy Early!
. MODERN
CHRISTMAS
o CARDS
330 Maynard Street

Highlighting the year's playing
schedule will be an all-campus
bridge tournament, where players
will have the opportunity to com-
pete for prizes with other bridge
fans on campus. Trophies will be-
awarded to winners and, runners-j
up in all divisions.
For any additional facts about
the Union Bridge Night, any inter-I
ested persons should call Bob Har-
dies at 2-8269 between 6:30 and
7:00 p.m. or Herb Lavine at 206
Wenley, West Quad.
Bridge Classes-...
League bridge classes are still
open, with eight more weeks of
instruction left and the price for
each lesson 35 cents.
Beginners classes, under the in-
struction of Ed Simons, meet from
7 to 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday.
Players who are further advanced
can attend the intermediate
classes which are offered from 8:30
to 10:00 p.m.
These bridge classes not only
offer instructions, but also give
an opportunity for actual prac-
tice during a special period set
aside during each lesson.
So that players will not forget
the proper play details and rules'
of the game, typewritten instruc-
tions summarizing the lesson are
issued to all fans after all meet-
ings. Participants in the League
bridge classes will also be eligible
to enter the all-campus tourna-
ment sponsored by the Univer-
sity.
Players who have displayed
exceptional talents in the game
will later be chosen as represen-
tatives to the annual state of
Michigan Tourney after they
have won several rounds in a
playoff.
Highest scores determine the
winners in the elimination tourna-
ments. These are run off on a du-
plicate bridge basis, therefore
players who want to participate
should make it a point to learn
this play.,

HARRIET BENNETT EDIE WOLDMAN

JUNE WHIPPLE
Mr. Davidoff received his Mas-
ter of Science from the School of
Natural Resources in 1953 and is
now stationed with the chemical
corps at Dugway Proving Grounds
in Tooele, Utah.
Frankensteen -Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Frank-
ensteen recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Carol
Lee to Michael Monroe Walker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Walk-
er of Strongs, on Sept. 6, in All
Saints Episcopal Church in De-
troit.
Mrs. Walker is a junior in the
literary college. Mr. Walker is a
senior in the same school.
The couple are residing on Pros-
pect Street in Ann Arbor.
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Abraham - Dale
The marriage of May Abraham
of Wellington, New Zealand, to
Charles Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eric Dale of Washington, D. C.
took place on Aug. 15, in Windsor,
Ontario, Canada.
Mrs. Dale is a 1952 graduate of
the School of Public Health.
Mr. Dale received his Master's
degree in chemical engineering in
1951 and is now doing graduate,
work at the University.

Concerts, Va
By JOY STANLEA
'It's a thrill to be a part of the
Men's Glee Club when it steps out
across the stage and takes shape
on the risers," says Dan Parsons,
assistant publicity manager of the
Glee Club.
Dr. Phillip A. Duey, director of
the Glee Club, takes his place and
another concert begins with
"Laudes Atque Carmina," as it has
for every concert since 1899.
* * *
CONTINUING the concert with
selections of various types and of
varied composers, the evening
comes to a close with the "Yellow
and the Blue."
But the Glee Club relaxes too,
for after the concert it's party
time. Time for some more ser-
ious singing. It is often hard for
the Club to decide which con-
cert they enjoy the most, the
one that people come to hear, or
the one they do just for them-
selves.
On a tour such as the tour the
Club took East during last year's
spring vacation ,the morning aft-
er a concert is often complicated.
There is the problem of arising to
meet the bus, and answering roll
call before they can settle down
in the bus and fall asleep.
SOMETIME in the afternoon,
the bus finds their next concert
town, and the Glee Club goes back
to work again.
Speaking of Prof. Duey, the
men of the Glee Club feel that
they appreciate him more than
ever when they are on the stage,
voicing the opinion that his song
arrangements and showman's
ingenuity make them a Glee
Club far more than their sing-
ing.
Prof. Duey comes to the Glee
Soph Cab
All members of the Soph Cab
central committee will meet at
7:30 p.m. tonight in the League.
1hoom Number will be posted.

Club after many years of profes-
sional experience. He is a veteran
of some 5,000 radio broadcasts,
including appearances on the first
broadcasts of six coast to coast
programs.
* * *
HE WAS A member of the "Rev-
elers Quartette," along with James:
Melton, Lewis James, and Wilfred
Glenn. Frank Black, now conduc-;
tor of the National Broadcasting
Company Symphony, was accom-
panist and arranger for the group.
The campus will get its first
taste of Prof. Duey's leadership
and the Club's singing on the

cation Tours, Appearances

evening of Nov. 21, after the last
gridiron clash of the season,
when the Men's Glee Club will
present a combined program
with Ohio State University.
This will be the first time that
the two clubs have appeared to-
gether on the stage.
Many will remember last year's
combined concert with the Cornell
Glee Club, which performed to a
full house at Hill Auditorium.
Taking a look at the activities
of a member of the Men's Glee
Club, one can see that although
there is hard work, there is much
more pleasure.

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BARBARA GEYER JILL SCHILLER

Bennett - H amme
The engagement of Harriet Ben-
nett, daughter of Mrs. M. M. Ben-
nett of Dearborn, to Richard N.I
Hamme, son of Nelson F. Hamme
of Detroit, was recently announc-
ed.

at Martha-Mary Chapel in
field Village.
* * *

Green-

Woldman - Rosenfeld
Dr. and Mrs. Edward E. Wold-
man of Cleveland, Ohio, recently
announced the engagement ofI

Miss Bennett is a June graduate their daughter, Edie Jo, to Rich-
of the School of Education. MissIand Zola Rosenfeld, 'son of Mr.
Bennett was active in the Choral
Union, Gilbert and Sullivan, play and Mrs. Zola Rosenfeld of Jack-
production, and the Student Play- son.

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Miss Woldman is a junior in the
Mr. Hamme received his degree literary college.
in 1948 and is now doing grad- Mr. Rosenfeld, a freshman in
uate work. He is a member of Tau the School of Law, is a member of
Beta Phi. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi
A December wedding is planned and Kappa Nu.
No date has been set for the
Quad To Present wedding.
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Annual Fall Dance

Larson - Whipple

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The marriage of June Ann Lar-
Autumn Leaves, one sign of Ann son to Edson Austin Whipple, son
Arbor's current Indian summer, of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Whipple of
has been selected as the theme for
East Quad's annual fall dance to Plymouth on Sept. 12, was an-
be presented from 9 p.m. to mid- nounced by the bride's parents,
night Saturday in the Green- Mr. and Mrs: Harold Larson of
Hinsdale dining room. , Ortonville.'
Witches, black cats, and gob- Mrs. Whipple is a recent grad-
lins will mix with guests, prior to uate of the Harper Hospital School
their official debut a week later. i of heiHarperoit
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---REPEAT CONCERT
Sun., Dec. 6 2:30
MAUD NOSLER, Soprano
CAROL SMITH, Contralto
WALTER FREDERICKS, Tenor
NORMAN SCOTT, Bass
CHORAL UNION CHORUS
and ORCHESTRA
MARY STUBBINS, Organist
LESTER McCOY, Conductor
TICKETS - 50c and 70c

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trellis will be erected in the con- Mr. Whipple graduated in ,June
course. Here refreshments will be from the University where he was
served under the stars. a member of Delta Upsilon, Druids,
Music will be furnished by one Sigma Delta Chi and Sports Editor
of the Strauss House residents, of the Daily.
Paul McDonough. Featuring vocal-
ists Betty Magyar and Don Gha- Geyer - Seyferth
reeb, McDpnough's orchestra re--{
cently played at Gridiron Gambles, The engagement of Barbara Lil-
and I-Hop. yan Geyer to Blaine H. Seyferth,
During intermission Ghareeb son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold N.
will do a specialty version of "It's Seyferth of East Detroit, was re-
Me" from "Me and Juliet" and cently announced by her parents,
the theme song, "Autumn Leaves." Mr. and Mrs. John F. Geyer also
Chuck Reynolds and Co. will also of East Detroit.
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Strauss House resident presents a
show of magic.
With no game scheduled at
home, the East Quad Council,
which is sponsoring the dance,
hopes to have a large representa-
tion at the affair. Tickets, priced
at $2 per couple, may be purchas-
ed from the house social chairman
or at the dance Saturday.
Ken Preston who has been ap-
pointed general chairman of the
dance is being assisted by CeCe
Coleman and Jerry Jackowski,
publicity chairmen and Shirley
Clark and Jim McGee, decorations
co-chairman.

the literary college.
Mr. Seyferth is a senior in the
School of Business Administra-
tion.
Schiller - Davidoff
Mr. and Mrs. Maurece B. Schil-
ler of Larchmont, N. Y., recently
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Jill to Pvt. Edwin
B. Davidoff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Davidoff of New York
City.
Miss Schiller is a senior in the
School of Education.

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