THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Finish First
Qualifying 18-Hole Scores
For Golf Turnament
Due At WAB Monday
Entrants in the all-campus wo-
men's tennis and golf tournaments
were named yesterday afternoon by
Dr. Margaret Bell, chairman of the
Department of Physical Education
Aspirants for the tennis title are
urged to get in touch with their
opponents at once and to arrange
to play their first round early in the
week so that if Ann Arbor weather
interferes there will still be time
to get the mgtches off before the
deadline, Dr. Bell said. All first
round games must be played by Mon-
Six graduate students and three
art school students are among the
16 entrants in the tennis race .begin-
ning this week. The graduates in-
clude Lois Joyce, Eva A. McCheskey,
Jane Bennell, Ruby G. Vaughan,
Alice Huwer, Viola Mitchell, Beth
Mart and Mary Shemaitis.
Jeanne Maddy, Barbara Strong-
miller, '43A, and Christine Chambers
represent the art school. Others en-
tered in the tournaments are Avis
Borden, Helga Bodenheimer, SM,
and Harriet Lanz. Two of the cou-
ples entered in the mixed doubles
tournament are Marjorie Kern, '41P,
and Robert March, and Miss Strong-
miller and William Gallup.
Do'mitories are well represented in
the golf tournament with Clara Ja-
cob, Gertrude Andresen, '43, and
Elizabeth Anderson from Mosher
Hall and Julia Goddeyne from Stock-
well. Besides being in the tennis
tournament, Miss Shemaitis is also
entered in the golf tournament.
All golfers are remnded by the
physical education department that
they must turn in a qualifying score
ler Monday. The golf tournament is
still open to any student providing
she turns in a qualifying score by
the time'set in the deadline. Archery
tournament lists are posted in the
Women's Athletic Building along
with the lists in the other tourna-
ments mentioned above.
eN and .
A dessert party given last Mon-
day by Mr. and Mrs. W. Keene Jack-
son, of Ann Arbor served to announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Betty Louise Jackson, ,'43, to Ray-
mond V. Fink, '40BAd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C.A. Fink, of Salisbury, N.C.
The betrothal was made known by
means of verses attached to corsages
which were given the 20 quests. Bar-
bara DeFries, '43, presided at tle
Miss Jackson attended Stephens
College in Columbia, Mo. before com-
ing to the University. Mr. Fink was
formerly enrolled in the University
of North Catolina, and received his
master's degree in accounting here
last month. No date was set for the
Mary Gies Engaged
The engagement of Mary Gies,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
0. Gies, of Ann Arbor, was announ-
ced this week to David Lincoln Hatch,
son of Prof. and Mrs. Roy Hatch of
Montclair, N.J. The date of the wed-
ding has not been made known.
Miss Gies was graduated from Vas-
sar College and received her master's
degree from the University. She is
a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and
has been teaching in a Montclair
high school this year.
Mr. Hatch was graduated from
Dartmouth College in 1933, and re-
ceived his master's degree at Co-
lumbia University. At the present
time he is studying at Harvard Uni-
versity for his doctorate. He is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta, and
of Green Key and Casque and Gaunt-
let honor societies.
Bethrothal Announced Tuesday
Another engagement revealed
Tuesday was that of Virginia Weese,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Weese, of Ann Arbor, to Marwood
B. Ahling, '40, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Ahling, also of Ann Arbor.
An informal party was given at
the home of the bride-elect Tuesday
evening for 14 friends of Miss Weese.
Folders which featured verses writ-
ten backward, and which the guests
deciphered, revealed the news of the
bethrothal. The date of the wedding
has not been planned.
Miss Weese is a graduate of Dui-
rand Righ. School and Mr. Ahling
was graduated from the University
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To Hold Party
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previous night, all University mem-
bers are invited to attend. Miss
Wheeler explained that this dance
is a new feature, for it has not usu-
ally followed the annual Cut. Host-
esses will officiate and the price will
be 35c a person. The dance is to be
held from 9 to 12 p.m.
BettyHoag is assisting Miss Whee-
ler on Saturday night, and will head
the, hostesses. Friday night Jeanne
Crump will have charge of the host-
esses, On the Council which will of-
ficiate at the Watermelon Cut are
Virginia Osgood, president of the
Summer League, Marion Conde,
Barbara DeFties, Margaret Hubbard,
Ruth Streelman, Rosebud Scott, Dee
Skinner, Jane O'Brien, Agnes Lan-
ders, Miss Wheeler, Miss Hoag, and.
Miss Crump. Miss Barbara MacIn-
tyre, assistant social director of the
League, will also act with the Coun-
cil at the Watermelon Cut.
Lila Foster, Por
Lila Foster of Flint and John Por
of Detroit were the popular students
who won the contest at yesterday's
"Autography Hunt" tea dance held
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the League
Ballroom, announced Ruth Streel-
man, who was in charge of the af-
Miss Streelman explained that
both men and women kept a list of
those whom they danced with during
the afternoon and the ones having
the longest list won tickets to the
Michigan Theatre. There were two
"Robber Dances" in which the wo-
men had a chance to cut in.
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Plaid and stripes are the new
keynote of the summer season so
far as the consumer is concerned.
Plaid has been Been more and more
on the beaches, made usually from
that crinkly lastex or wool.
Bridge Class Is Today
Second in the series of six bridge
lessons will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the League, with Conway Ma-
gee as the personal supervisor. In-
struction has been designed to give
help to beginners on the fundamen-
tals of the game of bridge. According
to Barbara DeFries, publicity chair-
man of the League, the first lesson
given last week proved highly suc-
cessful to those who attended.
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