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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

26, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Guest Editor
Petitions Due

Hildebrand-Larson
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hildebrand
of Holland, Michigan announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Salle, to Wilford L. Lrson, Jr., son
of the Wilford L. Larsons of Col-
umbus, Mississippi.
Miss Hildebrand is a senior in
music education and is president
of Jordan Hall.
Mr. Larson is a senior in the
school of Industrial Engineering
and is a member of Lambda Chi
Alpha.
The couple plans to be married
June 22, 1957 in Holland, Michi-'
gan.
Goldstein-Star
Gail S. Goldstein's engagementt
to Lawrence S. Star, son of Mrs.
Harry Star of New York City, is
announced by her mother, Mrs.
Raymond W. Goldstein of Canan-
daigua, New York.
Miss Goldstein is a senior in the
School of Literature and is a mem-'
ber of Scroll, besides being per-
sonnel director of The Daily and
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Star is a senior at Cornell
University and is a member of
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity there.
An early summer wedding is
planned by the couple.

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SALLE HILDEBRAND GAIL GOLDSTEIN

Alexander-Chase
Jean Bassett Alexander, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Uhlman S.
Alexander of Charlotte, North
Carolina, was married Saturday,
Sept-,nber 1st, to Ensign Warren
Pritchett Chase, sotr of 'Dr. and
Mrs. William Warren Chase of
Ann Arbor. Dr. Chase is a profes-
sor at the University.
The Rev. Howard N. Steward Jr.
performed the ceremony at the
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church,

"The' Little Church in the Gar-
den", in Long Beach, Calif. The
bride was given in marriage by her
father.
The matron of hcncr was Mrs.
Uhlman S. Alexander Jr., sister-
in-law of the bride, of Los Angeles,
California. Miss Marian Russell of
Oswego, New York, was the maid
of honor and Mrs. Edwin Heikken-
en of Boise, Idaho, sister of the
groom, served as bridesmaid.
All Navy Men
The best man was Ensign Don-
ald E. Knepper and Ensign Kay D.
Woolman, Ensign David Boslaugh,
Lt. (g) Fred Johnson and Lt. (g)
James Artimage were, ushers.
They are all of Long Beach, Calif-
ornia.
The wedding was a military
ceremony in Navy tradition. The
couple cut the wedding cake with
Ensign Pritchett's sword, and they
left the church under an arch of
the ushers' swords.
Union Plans.
Two Dances
Two dances are on the Union
social agenda for the weekend,
scheduled for Friday and Satur-
day evenings.
Little Club
The first "Little Club" of the
semester will be presented from
9 p.m. to midnight Friday in the
snack bar of the. Union. Informal
dress will be worn to the affair.
No admission will be charged.
Checkered table-cloths and a
candle-lit atmosphere will prevail
at this weekly dance.
Saturday Night Dance.
Jim Servis and his band will
play for the Union dance which
will be presented from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday in the Union Ball-
room.
The Servis band is replacing
Red Johnson and his band, who
will be returning to play the eve-
ning of the Michigan State Uni-
versity game.
Servis specializes in danceable
music, with enough specialty num-
bers added to entertain the crowd.
The eight-piece group includes a
piano, base, drums, trombone,
trumpet and three saxophones.
Featured members of the band
are John Alexander on the. trum-
pet; Fred Becker, saxophone; Jon
Paterson, piano accompanist for
the Men's Glee Club and the band
leader, Jim Servis on the drums.
Record Dances
Other regular dances at the
Union will be record dances to
be presented every Sunday evening
in the Terrace Room of the Union.
Casual dress will be worn to
these weekly informal events.

Mademoiselle, a magazine for
women, is now accepting applica-
tions from undergraduate women,
for membership in its 1956/57 Col-
lege Board.
The college board contest offers
women students a chance at win-
ning one of the twenty guest edi-
torships. Winners are privileged to
work for a month on the staff of
Mademoiselle.
Assignments give college board
members the opportunity to write
features about life on their cam-
pus; to submit art work and fash-
ion as well as' feature, fiction or
promotion ideas for possible use
in the magazine.
Discover Abilities
The top twenty editors will be
brought to New York City next
June to help write, editand illus-
trate the. August college issue.
They will be paid a regular salary
for their month's work including
round-trip transportation to New
York.
While in New York, each Guest
Editor takes part in a full calen-
dar of activities. She interviews
a celebrity in her chosen field,
visits newspaper offices, fashion
workrooms, stores and advertising
agencies besides working daily
with the Mademoiselle Editor to
whom she is assigned.
Join Staff
The twenty guest editors are of-
fered help in obtaining positions
in their chosen fields and each
year several join Mademoiselle's
own staff.
November 30 is the deadline for
applying for College Board Mem-
bership. In order to qualify one
must write a 1500 word critique
of the editorial section in Made-
moiselle's August 1956 College is-
sue or a later issue if the August
issue - cannot be obtained.
A good critique will tell some-
thing about one's attitudes, in-
terests, and how she expresses
herself. An applicant should give
her overall likes and dislikes, sug-
gested changes and additions, and
then concentrate on her interests,
fashions, fiction, or illustrations.
Successful candidates will be
notified of acceptance on the col-
lege board before Christmas and
the first assignment will appear
in Mademoiselle's January issue.
Soph Show Tryouts
The Soph Show tr y ou t
schedule is as follows: From 4
to 6 p.m. today and from 5 to
6 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
Those students interested in
signing up for committees mayx
do so at this time.

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Coeds who like to get onto the
-' "links and green" for nine holes
will find the Golf Club provides an
opportunity for them to do so.
An organizational meeting for
the club will be held at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Women's Athletic
Building. At this time those inter-
ested will decide the regular time
for their meeting and discuss pos-
sible projects which they inight
carry out.
Last year the Golf Club spon-
sored a clinic at the University
course with Betty Jameson and
Mary Lena Faulk, professional
women golfers, giving deionstra-
tions and instructions.
Instruction will be offered once
a week by the co-advisors, Mrs.

and Miss Barbara Rotvig, all from
the Women's Physical Education
Department.
Also scheduled for the year are
intra-team matches and matches
with other schools.
Virginia O'Connor, manager of
the club, says that coeds must
have previous experience to join
and have their own clubs.
"Any woman on the, campus
who plays at the University course
may turn in the scores of her first
nine holes for a chance to become
a member of the women's golf
team," Miss O'Connor added.
The coeds with the four lowest
scores will} comprise the team and
the next four lowest, ones will

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