THE 1YICHIGAN DAILY
C1 Coeds Announce Marriage Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Almon Allen of
Hillsdale announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Jacqueline
Milne, to Gerald Mark Schneider,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Schneider of Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
Miss Allen is a senior in the
School of Literature, Science, and
Mr. Schneider is a junior in the
School of Business Administration
at Michigan State University in
An August wedding is planned.
The engagement of Mary Ann
Ditzhazy to Morris R. Boucher,
Jr. was announced recently by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Ditzhazy of Ann Arbor.
Mr. Boucher is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. M. R. Boucher of Olivet.
Both are juniors in the School of
Literature, Science and the Arts.
The couple will live in Lansing
after their wedding February 1.
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Norma M. Goss-
man to Peter H. Hay,,son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ken Crapeau of Birm-
ingham was announced by her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr, and
Mrs. William Coffron of Ann Ar-
The prospective bride is a junior
in the School of Literature, Sci-
with some concrete evidence gathered
by living among other nationalities at
Room & Board, or Board only l
Phone 3-8506, 915 Oakland
(Ask for Nancy or Chris)
JACQUELINE MILNE ALLEN
JUDITH NORENE KARAT I
EMMM~i ...'., RRE
DIXIELAND-The New Orleans' group is the first jazz band to play at the annual dance.
J-Hop Plans Dixieland Band
ence, and the Arts at Hillsdale
College. She is a member of the
Mr. Hay is a member of Phi
Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Alpha Delta.
The couple will be married the
first week in February in Birm-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kabat of
Ann Arbor announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Judith
Norene, to Monroe Bartlett Os-
mun, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
Osmun of Pontiac.
Miss Kabat is a junior in Nurs-
ing School and is a member of
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
The couple plans a summer
is something new this
ray Qf music.
rst time a jazz band
the annual dance.
of Dixieland," com-
iversity directly from
will entertain with
in traditional Dixie-
hey have played hold-
nents in, Las Vegas,
s, Columbus, Ohio;,
Their television ap-
clude NBC Tonight
rard Miller shows.
terie to Play
ding music for the
:will be Ralph Mar-
iis band. They are
ch hits as "Pretend,"
rms for International
ps are now available
ational Center recep-
hip positions open
rnational Show, and
an and international
eligible. The petitions
ired by February 10.
"Caravan," and "Skokiaan." Mar-
terie was rated by the disc jockeys
of America as one of the most
promising and popular bandlead-
ers of 1951. -
"Ports of Call," a tour of in-
teresting places around the world,
will be g iled by the class of 1959,
and will e held from 9:30 p.m. to
2 a.m. Feb. 4 in the Intra-Mural
The dance will be decorated by
professionals and will include
scenes from many countries. The
bandstand will be, decorated as
the deck of an ocean liner.
Large Budget Planned ;
"The budget 'for the J-Hop is
$7,200, the largest amount spent
for any all-campus social affair,"
says Jim Champion, 1959 J-Hop
General Chairman. "The Central
committee has been working since
last April to prepare the 1959 J-'
Champion added, "Special late
permissions of 2:30 a.m. bn Mon-
day and 4 a.m. on Tuesday will
From 2 to 4 p.m. Monday aft-
ernoon free co-ree swimming is
planned at the Women's Pool. A
dance sponsored by the Union and
the League will be held Monday
night at the Union.
Tickets Will be sold today at the
Administration Building, in the
fishbowl and in individual houses
by members of the junior class.
Sales will continue at all cazti-
pus bookstores and record shops,
as well as in Rm. 2503 of the Stu-
dent Activities Building until Feb.
4. Champion urges those planning
to attend J-Hop to purchase tick!
ets early. A ticket reservation is
Tickets admitting a couple to
a free dance lesson at the Arthur
Murray Studios ae given with,
each J-Hopy ticket.
Houses still desiring display
booths are requested to send in
their contracts immediately.
Gibbs Girls Get
The most wonderfully wearable
fashion on campus . .. the Camel
and wool Boy Coat. Choose from
Camel or Navy to complete your
coat wardrobe. Sizes 7 to 15.
To Welcome New Grads
To Re-acquaint Old Grads
the Top Jobs
Special Course for College Women.
Residences. Write College Dean
for GIBBS GIRLS AT WORK.
h SOCIAL HOUR
Friday, Feb. 7, 5-7 P.M.
VFW Hall on Liberty St.
* Convocation and Rackham Open
Saturday, Feb. 8, 7:30 P.M.
0 GRADUATE MIXER
Saturday, Feb. 8, 9-12 P.M.
Paul McDonaugh's Orchestra
Sponsored by Graduate Student Council
THE FASHION FLOOR-
;t' Panhel Contact Rules'
ake Effect During Rush
BOSTON 16, 21 Marbouh St. PROVIDENCE 6, 155 Angel St.
NEW YORK~ 17.7230 Park Ave. MONTCLAIR, NJ., 33 Plymouth St.
9:30 to 5:30 Daily
flowing Panhellenic con-
s will be in effect during
orority rushing from Fri-
. 7, until pledging Sun-
will be no visiting in in-
it housing by active or
sorority members. No
is permitted between af-
and independent women
e the number of students
the University in Febru-
of yet certain, the list' of
on leaders recently an-
ation Leaders definitely
i11 be contacted by a let-
the administration, says
ders thus notified are ex-
ireturn to 'the University
n. Thurs., Jan. 30, for a
at the League.
unless members of two houses are
Telephoning to rushees by af-
filiated women is prohibited. Con-
versation between affiliated wo-
men and rushees on campus ' is
limited to "a friendly hello."
After the final rushing party,
Peb. 28, until pledging o Sunday,
Match 2, all affiliate women
should refrain from conversation
with rushees. .Throughout the
rushing period, sorority women
will be on their- honor.
Any questionsor infractions
may be reported to Elizabeth
CWare,'n58Ed, Panhellenic Aushing
Chairman.; Cases will be'reviewed
by the PanhellenicCouncil. Pen-
alties will be monetary.
FOR BEGINNER AND ADVANCED
PHONE NO 3-1470
ANNUAL CLEARANCE of manufac-
turer's discontinued styles, patterns,
and colors. , . plus Pendleton mer-
chandise from our own stock ... This
year we are offering a much larger
selection than in the past. All first
quality merchandise at tremendous
$8.95 to $13.95
VIRGIN WOOL LADIES'
$17.95 and $19.95
SWEATERS-pull-overs, cardigans, 2
and /4 length sleeves. $400 to $700.
SKIRTS-Solid color men's wear flan-
nel straight skirts. $700 and $800.
Wednesday Morning at 9
49'ER JACKETS-Plaids And checks