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£New Orleans' Jazz Will Accent
k J-Ho p's 'La Rue Basin' Theme

Seven Coeds' Engagements Recently Announced

- I

"Basin Street" complete with
American jazz comes to Ann Arboi
F'eb.r 4 and 5.
With "La Rue Basin," as theme
the 1957 J-Hop Central Committe(
is planning a "gay atmospheric
setting" for couples attending thi
traditional dance.
Although the theme concern,
the world of jazz, the music wil
be primarily for. dancing. Duk(
Ellington and Buddy Morrow wil


take requests for many of their hit# during 0
sngs. modeled.
Ellington may be heard playing Modeliz
such songs as "Mood Indigo," Bill Ada3
"Never No Lament" and "Creole Hyberger,
Rhapsody." Requested of Morrow Kramer,
may be "Night Train," "Stairway ron, Bern
'to the Stars" and "Greyhound." Jim Sarg
I Ticket Sale Wednesday Cc
ITickets for J-Hop will be sold Women
jat,. the Administration Building ed by sc
and through junior representatives coeds.
at each house. Ticket reservations Three
may be made Wednesday, Dec. 12 sponsor t
through Friday, Dec. 14. cal backg
J-Hop Committee will sponsor a be provid
fashion show at '7:30 p.m. Wed- pianist.
nesday, Jan. 9 in the League Reserve
Ballroom. Formals, ski outfits, dance ma
tuxedos and other clothing worn1 son,

J-Hop weekend will be
ing men's clothing will be'
ins, Duke Gregory, Bob
rMike Jackson, Ron
Mike Lynch. Marvin Ny-
ie Rinella, Mike Rotunno,
gent and Bob Trost.
'eds Also to Model
n's fashions will be model-
orority and independent
department stores will
the fashions. The musi-
:round for the show will
ded by Beate Kaulfuss, a
rations for booths at the{
ay be obtained from Jack-

To Offer Goods
From 15 Nations
Offering for sale art works and
novelty goods from 15 countries,
the Treasure Van Bazaar will open
at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lane
It will operate from 1:30 to 8:30
p.m. through Thursday.
* Special guests Mayor and Mrs.
Wiliam Brown of Ann Arbor will
attend opening ceremonies to be
K held at 7:30 p.m. James Davis,
Director of the International Cen-
ter, will deliver a short speech.
The bazaar is sponsored by the
International Students Associa-
tion and the World University
Service, who will receive the profits
from the sales.
Items being sold, which will in-
clude dolls, jewelry, paintings,
candy and novelty clothing, were
*donated by foreign embassies in
Washington, D.C. and by the Uni-
versity's international students.




Sociologist Calls Marriage
Adjustment Full-Time Job

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Rose of
Mount Pleasant. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter S an-
dra Leigh to Page L. Bellinger,
son of Mr, and Mrs. David L.
Bellinger of Rosebush.
Miss Rose is a senior in the
School of Nursing and a member
of Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Bellinger is completing his
studies at Michigan State Univer-
A fall wedding is planned.

Rocray, son of Mrs. Bertil E.
Lindvall of Winchester, Mass.
Miss Strock is a junior in the.
literary college and a resident of
Martha Cook Building.
Mr. Rocray is a graduate of the
Hebron Academy and Dartmouth
College. He is now studying at.
Cornell Law School.
The wedding will take place in
January in New York.
Old Man Weather
Aids Skating Club

Mary Elizabeth Ward's engage-
ment to Robert Hamilton Griffith,
son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ed-
ward Griffith of Charlotte,' N.C.,
was announced at Thanksgiving by
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Charles Ward of Detroit.

Miss Ward is a senior in the
School of Education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Griffith is a graduate of the
School of Business Administration
and affiliated With Alpha Sigma
The couple plan to be married
on Saturday, June 22, in Detroit.

U of D To Teach Over


"Happiness does not fall like
mystic dew on the altar." Mrs.
Evelyn Duvall said recently.
Speaking at Rackham Auditor-
ium to a group interested in
"Planning For A Successful Mar-
riage," the sociologist discussed
common marital problems.
Basic to any well-adjusted mar-
riage, she feels, is the couples'
wholesome acceptance of them-
selves, respect for each other and

the ability to communicate effec-
tively with each, other."
Marriage, she emphasized, is not
a panacea for a couples' problems,
but a challenge in their continual
mutual cooperation and sharing
of lives.
She remarked that engaged
couples usually have an easier time
adjusting to married life when
they share a common value sys-
tem and have the shame religious
and socio-economic background.
"Mixed marriages, although they
are here to stay," demand more
work, Mrs. Duvall added.
Lauds College Courses
She lauded college courses in
marriage as "particularly valu-
able," saying she thought they
helped young couples plan more
realistically for marriage.



Seven University coeds recently
left the single status and began
making future wedding plans.
The engagement of Alyce Eustis
Harris, daughter of Mrs. Thomas
R. Harris of Ridgewood, N. J., to
James Calvert Watson, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Ernest S. Watson of
Elmnhurst, Ill., was recently an-
IMiss Harris is a senior in the:
School of Education.
Mr. Watson is attending gradu-
at sc~hool at. Yale University.

Oh E&ur/ (%es .. college /,tk
ahd/,d~ndrieoaou-xw 4


Mr. and Mrs. Abraham William ArithW ntrPa s
Schostak of Chicago announce the Wih WitrYln
engagement of their daughter,
Muriel Shifra, to Harris David Blessed by a white sweep from
Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra- King Winter's scepter, the ice skat-
ham Robert Kohn of Chicago. ing club continues its annual pro-
Miss Schostak is a resident of gram.
Martha Cook and will graduate Betty Veres, club manager, says
from the literary college this Feb - that for the first time in the club's
ruary. - history it has an evening ice time,
A late Wpring wedding is. plan- and a professional instructor,
ned. Mary Francis Greshke.
* * Club members, of which there
S e t-Jnesare 44 men and women, have dues
ScottJonesto pay for the use of the rink.
The engagement of Adelaide A. Miss Greshke spends a half hour
Scott to Donald Andrew Jones, in giving intensive instructions on
son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin C. Jones edges, turns and dance steps, Miss
of Detroit, was recently announced Veres explained, adding that the
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. last half hour is used for members
William Campbell Scott of New to practice.
York and Alford, Mass. "As we see the skill of the mem-
Miss Scott is a senior in the bers and gain a definite impres-
School of Nursing. sion of the skaters, they will be
Mr. Jones is a junior in the divided into skill groups for their
School of Dentistry, own benefit," she said.
A June wedding is planned. With the regular use of the ice,
* « Miss Veres hopes the club will
S troc k- Li nd va1Ii work up to having shows between
hockey games.
Dr. and Mrs. Lester W. Strock "The club used to have shows in
of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., an- the past but the inconvenient
nounce the engagement of their skating facilities hindered their
daughter Winifred to John A. quality," she explained.

DETROIT ()")-An "easy chair"
education is in the offing at Uni-
versity of Detroit, where fresh-
men next September can take up
to two thirds of their college work
by television.
Lectures and demonstrations in
all freshmen courses in the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences will be
carried over the city's channel 56
education station WVS.
The Very Rev. Celestin J. Stein-
er, University president, said the
program will help solve a class-
room shortage; enable short-staff-
ed faculties to reach more stu-

"This is not a 'gimmick," Pia-
thdr Steiner said. "TV will not
replace conventional education
methods but will be used to bring
lectures to qualified students who
Imight not be able to afford a
fulltime campus program."
Women's Hours
The calendar committee pro-
posal, brought before Women's
Senate last Wednesday, was for
a 1 a.m. Saturday night curfew.
The proposal did not mention
an extension for Friday nights.


are Smoother


That planning, she feels is es-!s ..",'
,sential before couples plunge into: The couple plan to be married:
the "pull and haul" of marriage, this summer.
Current divorce rates, Mrs. Duvall * * *1
said, "look like the fever chart! Ladd-Sertv iS3
of a very ill patient.";
By the time couples are ready The engagement of Joan Gail
f or marriage, she continued, they Ladd to James Edward Servis, son!
should be relatively well-adjusted of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Servis
to society as a whole. of Ann Arbor, was recently an-
'When You're in Love.. .4' nounced by her mother, Mrs. Dale1
She called the courtship period Ladd of Adrian.
a time for resolving mutual prob- Miss Ladd is a junior in the,
lems to avoid some of the "emo- School of Edycation
tional hot water" of marriage. Mr. Servis is a junior in the
Commenting on the universal School of Business Administration
question of "When is it love?" at Eastern Michigan College. He
the sociologist remarked that one formed the Jim Servis Orchestra I
test, is feeling less strain and which plays for many University
tension and the ability to concen- functions.
trate on and accomplish everyday The couple plan to be married1
tasks more effectively. Sunday, June 23.
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