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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Fairy Tales To Supply
Theme for Michifish

New Group I SPRING BETROTHAL
To Organize Coeds An
Libraries To Sponsor ISchageter-Andrew
The wedding of Trmgard Schia-
Book Collector's Club 4geter to Robert B. Andrew was an-
nounced recently by her parents,
A new book collectors club is in Mr. and Mrs. o. Schlageter of
the process of being formed at the Grosse Point Woods, Michigan.
University. Mr. Andrew's parents are Mr.
The new campus organization and Mrs. R. D. Andrew of Detroit,
hopes to attract students interest- Michigan.
ed in some form of book collecting Miss Schlageter is a graduate of
- varying from Americana to the School of Education and is
scientific. affiliated with Pi Lambda Theta,

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nounce Marriage Plans

To be jointly sponsored by the'
Clements' Library and the General
Library, the club will be patterned
after similar groups at Yale and
smaller colleges.
Having no specific objects in i
mind, the discussions and meetings
will be keyed to the interests of the
club members, possibly exploring
such fields as fine printing, private
presses, the history of printing,
modern first editions, old maps
and autograph letters.
A prize may be offered at the
end of each semester to the mem-
ber collecting the most books dur-
ing the year.
Students interested in a club of
this type may contact Howard H.
Peckham, Director of Clements'
Library or Frederick H. Wagman,
Director of the University Library.
Open to both students and fac-
ulty members, the club has not yet
set aside a definite meeting date.

Senior Society, and Phi Kappa
Phi. Her finace is a junior in Med-
ical School.
The couple plan to be married
June 29 at the Martha-Mary Cha-
pel in Greenfield Village.
Mueller-Kardal
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mueller of Hen-
derson, Michigan recently an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Norma Jean Mueller to
Hans J. Kardal, son of Mrs. Hans
-E. Kardal and the late Mr. Kardal
of Charlotte, Michigan.
Miss Mueller is a sophomore in
the literary college and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Kardal is a graduate of
the School of Business Adminis-
tration. He will complete his Mas-
ter's Degree in the School of Busi-
ness Administration in August.
The couple plan to be married
June 16.

IRMGARD SCHLAGETER NORMA JEAN MUELLER

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT - Michifish members rehearse
for annual show.

Tennis, Fishing Clubs to Organize

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By ANNE O'NEAL
"A Whale of a Tale," the 1957
Michifish show, is to be presented
at 8 p.m. 5riday and Saturday,
April 26 and 27, and 3 p tn. Sun-
day, April 28 n the Womren's Pool
Depicting a "bop version of
Grimm's Fairy Tales," each of
the numbers will portray a story
from the collection, with "Little
Red and the Riding Hoods," as an
example. Two members of the
varsity swim team, Ted Reissing,
backstroker, and John Murphy,
diver, are featured in this number
with members of Michifish.
Student Written
The script was written by two
students in the journa'i:1r depart-
ment, Chris Libby and Gail Por-
ges.
Costumes were designed by Car-
ol Cook and Sylvia Mayers to cor-
respond with the fairy tale scene
and were made by the women
themselves.
Perfect Form
Michifish members are required
to have almost perfect form in the
BURO-CATS - There will be
a treasure hunt for all buro-cat
members at 4 p.m. today in the
League.
LEAGUE COUNCIL - There
will be a meeting of the League
Council today at 7:00 p.m. in the
Kalamazoo Room of the League.

crawl, back crawl, breast stroke
and side stroke. They must be
able to perform the back dolphin,
kip, surface dive in pike position
and alternate ballet legs.
Judy Shagrin heads the com-
mittee in charge, of music; Sandy
Lambert, tickets; Sue LaBlanc,
programs and Nancy Caulkins,
publicity.
Michifish will appear with
Michifins, the preparatory group
for Michifish, for the first time
in this production. The hour and
a half show will feature 15 num-
bers, in one of which 24 Michifins
and 52 Michifish will participate.
Michifins will participate in an
act of their own and in the finale.
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Tennis Club ..
The organizational meeting of
the tennis club for beginners, in-
termediates, and advanced play-
ers will be held today at 5:10 p.m.
at the Union.
At the organizational meeting,
the meeting time of the all cam-
pus women's tournament will be
decided. The tournament, spon-
sored by the tennis club, will take
place Friday and Saturday, May
3 and 4.

Fishing Club . .
The spring organizational meet-
ing of the outdoor education club
will be held at 5:10 p.m. today at
the W.A.B.
This unit of study will be on
fly and bait casting and any other
fishing points the group would
like to discuss.
Coeds who possess their own
equipment are requested to bring
it to the meeting.

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