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MARCIA LORCH JOYCE BRICKER JACQUELINE SCHIFF

Coeds' Engagements Announced by Parents

UNIVERSITY OF
SUMMER
TOURS SUMMER SESSION
°.D.H'WARD SEVEN WEEKS $ $3
FOR ONLY 7 TAX
This price includes airplane roundtrip between the West Coast and Hawaii
via Pan American World Airways,. United Air Lines or Northwest Airlines,
living accommodations, all sightseeing on Oahu, excursions in Honolulu,
and special visits to Pearl Harbor, a pineapple cannery, a sugar mill, the
Royal Palace, native villages, and many other places of major interest. It,
further includes a catamaran cruise, several outrigger canoe rides, a glass
bottom boat cruise, a visit to the aquarium, several college dances, plus a
formal dinner-dance. For farewell, there will be a special "luau," or native
feast. Tips, transfers, beach cottages, weekly movies, etc. are also included
in price of tour.
HA WAII'S "81G SUIMMER"
The internationally famous biennial Trans-Pacific Yacht Race from the Mainland
to the Islands takes place in 1955, thus making Waikiki a great vacation land of
gaiety, excitement, and fun. It is a summer members will never forget.
J. D. HOWARD TOUR ORGANIZATION s SEVENTH ANNUAL SEASON
* HOWARD TOUR: This is Hawaii's original college tour. It is for coeds
only, with the girls living on campus. University enrollment is mandatory.
" WAIKIKI SURF TOUR: Residence is at beach apartments in exclusive
hotel area at Waikiki. University enrollment is optional. Tour is divided into
three separately identified and operated units, as follows: (1) Under-Gradu-
ate Group, for college girls only, (2) College Graduate Group, for members
with professional and other backgrounds between 21-31 years of age, and
(3) Post-Graduate Group, for all other members. These tour units live in
different hotel areas.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONSULT:
MRS. EDNA H. STRACHAN

Glenn Livingston, son of Mr.
Glenn H. Livingston of Van Wert,
Ohio, was recently made by .her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A.
Bricker, also of Van Wert.
Miss Bricker is a junior in the
School of Education at Bowling
Green State University.
Mr. Livingston is a senior in the
literary college majoring in eco-
nomics. He is a member of Druids,
president of Kappa Sigma social
fraternity and Sports Editor on
The Daily.
They plan to be married in Au-
gust.
SCHIFF-NEMEROVSKI
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Schiff of Los

Angeles announced the engage-
ment and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Jacqueline, to
Howard Nemerovski, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Nemerovski of Oak]
Park, Ill.
The bride-elect was a June
graduate of the literary college.
She was president of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi sorority, and a member of
Wyvern, Mortarboard, and the
League Interviewing Council.
Mr. Nemerovski is a senior in the
Engineering College and has
served as the school's senior class
president. He is amember of Zeta
Beta Tau fraternity, Michigau-
mua, Vulcans, Triangles, Quadran-
gles, Toastmasters and Mimes

honoraries and was a vice-presi-
dent of the Union.
They plan to be married June
5 in Chicago.
* * *
HICKS-LUDWIG
Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks of
Cheboygan announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Margaret,
to Kenneth Ludwig, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Ludwig of Brooklyn,
Mich.
Miss Hicks is a sophomore in the
literary college. She is office man-
ager of the Inter-House Council.
Mr. Ludwig is also a sophomore
taking business preparatory cours-
es. He is a member of the Inter-
House Council.

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Thinking of travelling abroad this summer? The National Student Associa-
tion sponsors student tours to Europe, Mexico, the Middle East--special
tours for students particularly interested in Journalism, Economics, Political
Science, Sociology, Engineering, Medicine and Public Health, Education--
yes, even Library Science. You will have an opportunity to meet adult
experts as well as student leaders of the various countries throughout the
world. There are special tours which will attend the major music festivals
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all cases qualified, multi-lingual student guides will be provided. There are
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