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IlE MICHIGAN 1DA1LY

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--Daily-Vern Soden
JAZZ OONCERT-An evening of music with a swing, held at
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mudhowl, highlighted Greek Week
events of yesterday.
Married Students Combine
Housework, Homework

By NANCY LEIGHTON
Many students may have noticed
that aside from all the "unat-
tached" coeds in their classes,
there are quite a few "airs." pres-
ent.
This observation has surely set
several of them wondering how
these coeds manage to find time
to attend classes, do homework,
clean house, cook and balance
their budgets too.
Many of these women are only
part-time students and, there-
fore, such problems are somewhat
alleviated.
/ One senior seems to have a
minimum of problems, because she
is carrying only six hours. She
and her husband, who is studying
for his doctorate, have a one-room
efficiency apartment, so that she
spends little time cleaning house.
She does not, however, have as
much leisure time as it might
seem, since she spends most of her
free time working at. University
Hospital. With this money an4
supplementary aid from his fam-
ily, they have no financial wor-
ries.
Housework Comes First
Another married student, a jun-
ior in the School of Education,
finds that school does not occu-
py an enormous amount of her
time. She said that if she has a
large amount of studying to do,
she makes sure that her house-
work and cooking are taken care
of first.
It's easy to imagine getting
along with programs such as these,
but how do the coeds who carry
complete programs and work, too,
enjoy their college life? This prob-
lem has been an important one
in the lives of many young lovers.
An energetic senior in the Lit-

erary College explains that it is
primarily a matter of 4 budgeting
your time.
Leisure Time
"I actually don't have any less
leisure time now, than I did when
I participated in extra-curricular
activities last year." ]
Married in the spring of last
year, both she and her husband
will receive their degrees in June.
In the Fall, she kept house, went
to classes, worked in her free time
and found herself "kind of busy."
Now, working fewer hours, she has
spare time in the afternoon,
"It's a challenge, but it's fun,"
she says. "If we can get through
this phase of our life without much
trouble, we should have very few
problems later on."
Grades Improve
Surprisingly enough, marks of
both have improved since their
marriage. Instead of running to
and from the library, they now
work together at home and waste
considerably less time.
Not bothered by the curfew in
the Women's dorms, they get to
bed earlier and can get more rest.
"Living in the dorms, we never
thought of coming in before the
specified time.'
The young couple especially en-
joy taking one course together
each semester.
Receiving no money from their
families, they support themselves
through part-time work and stu-
dent loans.
"The essential thing to remem-
ber as far as your marriage re-
lations are concerned is to keep
from arguing over trifles and to
have a common interest.
"Above all," she concluded, "co-
operate and give in to the other
person when necessary."

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