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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Cast of Union Opera Fifty Booths
To Be Picked

Weddings, Engagements Announced by Coeds' Parents

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Adopting as their motto "the
show must go on," Union Opera
cast members and crew will em-
bark December 26 on the longest
road tour since the '20s.
Anticipating 1600.miles of travelI
the 69 members of the opera cast
and the 5 stage hands will board
two University buses the day after
Christmas for the first lap of their
trip.
FOLLOWING a schedule which
will be approximately the same in
each town, the group will arrive
in Toledo in time for a banquet
put on by the Toledo alumni. Aft-
er the show, the men will be hon-
ored at a Cast-Alumni Mixer.
* * *
Because of the short distance
to Toledo, the group will not
spend the night there, but rather
come back to Ann Arbor.
After a short rest Sunday, the
buses will pull out again at 10
p.m. that evening for the opera's,
stand in Buffalo.a
SERVING AS headquarters for
the men in Buffalo will be the
Buffalo Athletic Club.
Beginning about fifteen min-
utes after the close of the per-
p formance, this party, as in all
the cities visited during the tour,
is open to not only cast mem-
bers. University students, mem-j
bers of the audience and friends
are also invited.
After spending Monday evening
in Buffalo and perhaps taking a
sight-seeing tour to Niagara Falls,
the "gang" will head for Cleve-
land and a performance scheduled
for December 29.

C THE PARTY planned by the
Cleveland Alumni is typical of
those scheduled in each of the
cities. Expecting a crowd of be-
tween 1200 and 1550, the whole
mezanine floor of the hotel has
been rented for the event. Titled
"Michigan Ball," guests are ex-
pected from as far away as 60
miles.
One large ballroom and two
smaller rooms will be among the
rooms open for the event. On
hand to provide music for danc-
ing will be a seven piece orches-
tra,
Leaving early on the morning of
December 30, the outfit will make
te journey to Flint and back in
one day. The same arrangements
have been made for the show in
Detroit on New Year's Eve.
* * *
PRECEDING both performances
will be the usual banquet. Parties
scheduled by the alumni will be
similar to that planned in Cleve-
land. Added attraction in Detroit
will be the ushering in of the
New Year.
A night on the town will be
the highlight of the Chicago trip,
the last lap of the tour. Making
their headquarters the Conrad-
Hilton Hotel, the men will also be
lavishly entertained by the alumni
group of the "windy city."
Finishing their stand in Chi-
cago, the men will arrive back in
Ann Arbor on Sunday afternoon,
just in time for Monday morning
classes.

Petitions Will Be Used
As Basis for Selection
In '54 Spring Carnival
Booths for the carnival portion
of the 1954 Michigras, to be held
April 23 and 24 in the fieldhouse,
will be selected on the basis of
petitions, co-chairmen Barb Bur-
stein and Bob Gillow announced.
Because of limited room the co-
chairmen have set 50 as the top-
number of booths, shows, games of
skill and refreshments that will
be chosen.
The petition system will be ex-
plained to all house representa-
tives at a meeting to be held at
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 6 in
the Union.
Booths will be selected on the
following basis: originality, sell-
ing ability, carnival spirit, expense
and thoroughness of petition.
Special consideration will be
given to traditional booths in so
far as they were successful last
year, Miss Burstein stated.
While the Michigras theme,
"Life's a Book," will prevail in the
fieldhouse, she asserted that it is
not imperative that the booths fol-
low this theme in their decorations.
Gillow reminds representatives
that trophies will be awarded in
three divisions-show booths, re-
freshments and games of skill.
Considered will be the number of
tickets sold; originality, appear-
ance and carnival spirit; and gen-
eral appeal to the public.
The "Beta Burlesque," a booth
offering of Beta Theta Pi and
Pi Beta Phi, sold the greatest num-
ber of tickets at the last Michi-
gras carnival in 1952.
"Love Through the Ages" pro-
duced by Theta Xi and Alpha Phi
was a close second
Working with the representa-
tives will be petitions chairman
Sissi Bergstein, electrical chair-
man Bob Hoffman, supply chair-
man Frank Taylor, design and
construction chairman Dave Flei-
sher, deconstruction chairman
Tom Barnum and judges chair-
man Marilyn Becker.
Other positions on this com-
mittee are filled by Sarah Jo
Brown, secretary, an'd Emily Bak-
er, publicity "chairman.
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MRS. ROBERT BOWMAN

MARY HEINER

DORIS GARDNER

MRS. GARTH DEWEY

The couple plan a late summer
wedding.
Johnson-Boeker
The engagement of Barbar
Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Frederick 0. Johnson of Birming-
ham, to Bruce Boeker, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor W. Boeker of
Darien, Conn., was recently an-
nounced.
Miss Johnson is a graduate of
the University and a member of
Zeta Tau Alpha. At present she
is a bacteriologist in the Uni-
versity Hospital.
Mr. Boeker is a senior in the
College of Engineering, and presi-
dent of Phi Kappa Sigma.
No wedding date has been set.
* * *
Adell-Thorpe
Mrs. Vivian Adell of Chicago,
Ill., announces the engagement of
her daughter, Eileen Marie, to
Roger Grant Thorpe, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elving Thorpe of Steph-
enson, Mich.
Miss Adell attended North
Park College in Chicago, and is
now a junior in the School of
Nursing. She is a member of Phi
Theta Kappa.
Mr. Thorpe also attended North
Park College, and is a sophomore
in the Medical School. He is sec-
retary of the Christian Medical
Society.
The couple plan to be married
Dec. 21, in the North Park College
Chapel in Chicago.

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Mr. Filler graduated from the
University in 1950, and is now a
junior in the Medical School. He
is a member of Alpha Tau Omega.
The couple plan a June wedding.
Wi I Iertz-Dewey
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willertz
of Grosse Pointe Shores announce
the wedding of their daughter,
Johanna, and Garth E. Dewey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dewey of
Vicksburg.
Mrs. Dewey is a freshman in
the School of Music,, and Mr.
Dewey is a senior in the College
of Architecture and Design.
The wedding took place on Nov.
22, at the Presbyterian Church in
Ann Arbor.
Ki tson-Brabant
Kathryn Suzanne Kitson's en-
gagement to Yvan E. Brabant, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Brabant
of Brussels, Belgium, was recently
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur H. Kitson of
Grosse Pointe.
Miss Kitson is a junior in the
College of Architecture and De-
sign, and a member of Delta
Delta Delta .
Mr. Brabant is a senior in the

College of Engineering, and affil-
iated with Tau Delta Pi and Pi
Tau Sigma.
Luce-Green
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Luce of Mid-
land announce the engagement of
their daughter, Beverly Gaie, to
David L. Green, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fredrick L. Green of Ply-
mouth.
Both Miss Luce and Mr. Green
are juniors in the School of
Music.
Miss Luce is a member of Gam-
ma Phi Beta and Sigma Alpha
Iota. Mr. Green is affiliated with
Kappa Sigma and Kappa Kappa
Psi.

KATHRYN KITSON

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June 1953 from the School of Nat-
ural Resources. He is affiliated
with Kappa Sigma.;
The couple plan to make their,
home is Springerville, Ariz.
Hiener-Corbett
The engagement of Mary Ellen
Heiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Heiner of Grosse Pointe, to
David Corbett, son of Mrs. John1
J. Corbett of Grosse Pointe, was
recently announced.
Miss Heiner is a senior in the
School of Education and a mem-
ber of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Corbett graduated from theI
University in June, 1952, and is
now a sophomore in the Wayne
University Medical School. He is
affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega
and Nu Sigma Nu.
Gardner-Filler
The engagement of Doris Gard-
ner, daughter of Mrs. R. T. Gard-
ner of Jamaica, N. Y., and Mr. R.
T. Gardner of Garden City, N. Y.,
to Blair Filler, son of Mrs. E. V.
Renwick of Orlando, Fla., and
Mr. C. W. Filler of Owosso, was
recently announced.
Miss Gardner graduated from
the University in 1951, and is
affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi.
She is employed as a research
assistant in the Bacteriology De-
partment of the University at
present.

Staebler's Beauty Salon
601 East Liberty

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BARBARA JOHNSON

Reservations
Reservations for the 1954 J-
Hop may be made from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. today in the Admin-
istration Bldg.
Today is the last day to make
reservations, J-Hop committee-
men said yesterday.

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-A In white and pastel
Above: SILVER STRAW pro- felts, metal straws, se-
file in white, pastels, and " ,quins-and little flow-
dks at 895 er hats. Priced from
arsa ..$8.95.. .Other hats
from $5.95.
Right: SEQUIN BEADED
beauty at 12.95.
Just off South U.
on Forest

Butler-Bowman
At Trinity Evangelical United
Brethren Church, the wedding of
Lorraine Ray Butler, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Amos H. Butler of
Sebewaing, and Robert Paul Bow-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E.
Bowman of Neenah, Wis., was per-
formed in a double ring ceremony.
Mrs. Bowman is a June grad-
uate of the University, and re-
ceived a degree in German and
a teacher's certificate. She was
the Woman's Editor of The Daily
and a member of Senior Socitay.
Mr. Bowman also graduated in

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Gift Hints to Start Your
Vacation-Shopping Off Right:
CHRISTMAS COSMETICS

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JG PLAY-There will be a short
meeting for the poster committee
of JGP at 4:30 p.m. today in the
League. Room number will be
posted.
RIDING CLUB-The WAA co-
rec Riding Club will meet at 5:15
p.m. today in the Women's Ath-
letic Building. All members are
requested to be present. Plans for
a social evening after vacation will
be discussed.
INTERNATIONAL TEA - The
International Center is holding a
tea from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. today
in the International Center. All
students are invited.
MUSICAL PROGRAM-A pro-
gram of Brazilian music will be
presented by Julio de Carvalho at
8 p.m: today in the Madelon Pound
House at 1024 Hill Street.

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the elegance of a never-to-be-forgotten
era. She'll remember you always for
giving it.
*All prices plus tax
REINDEER LIPSTICK
1.50 (plus tax)
Her favorite lipstick (we'll be happy 4
to help you pick out the shade) gift-
boxed with reindeer and jingle bells
trim.
MADE-TO-ORDER FACE POWDER
1.00 - 2.00 - 5.00 sizes-
You give her an empty powder box.
She brings it back to us after Christ-
mas for a personally-blended powder
made to suit her coloring.
ALABASTER HAND LOTION
2.00*
A gift she'll use daily-prettily pack-
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