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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG

Crow, Brouwer Set
To Lead Froshmen
Appoint Thompson, Finkleperl as Assistants
To Central Committee General Chairmen

Assembly, Panhel, League Announce Dates
For Petitioning; Interviewing of Candidates

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By KATHLEEN MOORE
Members of the Central Com-
mittee for Frosh Weekend were
announced yesterday by the
League class project interviewing
and nominating committee.
Gail Crow of the Blue team and
t Judy Brouwer of the Maize team
have been appointed general
chairmen of their respective
teams' projects for the freshman
class' annual dances and floor-
shows to be held May 8 and 9.
A jointt central committee
meeting of both teams will be held
at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the
League Undergraduate Office.
Name Assistant Chairmen
Assistant general chairmen are
Mary Thompson for Blue and
Announce
Cancellation
Of Munroe
A change has been anonunced
for the mock Campus United Na-
tions scheduled for Friday and
Saturday.
Sir Leslie Munroe, past presi-
dent of the regular United Na-
tions and featured speaker for
the Union-sponsored affair, tele-
grammed that he will not be able
to attend, laurice Zilblr, '60,
related.
Munroe was scheduled-to speak
Friday at the opening ceremonies
of the, Campus United Nations,
Zilber, chairman of the Interna-
tional Affairs Committee of the
Union, said.
Since he will not be present,
opening ceremonies will imme-
diately precede. the debate by the.
general assembly on the Algerian
question at 10 a.m. on Saturday in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
No event will be scheduled, for
Friday since everything has been
moved over to Saturday due to
the unexpected absence of Mun-
roe, Zilber added.
Munroe is in; Korea on a fact-
finding mission for the United
Nations.

Ellie' Finkleperl for Maize. Publi-
city for the Blue team will be
handled by Barbara Falk and
Carol Provol with Marcia Welch
and Penny Thewalt heading the
Maize publicity committee.
Myrna Lethinger and Sue Ferb-
er are co-chairmen of the Blue
Iecorations committee while Carol
Harris and Deanna Schmid share
the post for the Maize team.
The floorshow chairman for the
Blue team is Sue Stillerman with
Luise Abbell acting as her assist-
ant. Linda Unrad will head the
Maie's floorshow committee, as-
sisted by Pippy Lutz.
The Blue team's productions
committee co-chairmen are Elsa
Bilton and Sharon MacFayden,
with Nancy Mitnick and Laurie
Steinberg assuming these posi-
tions for the Maize.
To Handle Finances
Finances will be handled by
Barbara Denny for the Blue team
and for the Maize, Patricia
Henny.,
Barbara Berger will head the
tickets committee for Blue and
Linda Tann is tic)kets chairman
for Maize.
The Blue team's programs com-
mittee chairman is Anita Clay-
man, Maize's is Erna Weiner.
The patrons committee chair-
man for the Blue team is Nell
Rose, with Helene Finberg as-
suming the chairmanship for
Maize.
Announce Other Heads

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Assembly Dormitory Council is
holding a tea at 4 p.m. tomorrow
at the League for all independent
women interested in petitioning
for Assembly Board positions,
Martha Kinley, '59N, activities
and scholarship chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.
Council and Board members will
explain the responsibilities of each
office, she said, and petitions writ-
ten by former Board members will
be available to those attending the
tea.
Engagements

Petitioning for the office of
president will begin tomorrow and
continue through next Monday.
Interviews for those submitting
petitions are scheduled for next
Monday and Tuesday. Any inde-
pendent woman with an over-all
grade-point average of at least 2.0
is eligible to petition, Miss Kin-
ley explained.
Tomorrow through March 16
petitions for the nine other Board
positions and general chairman-
ships of I-Hop and Fortnite will
be accepted, with interviewing set
for March 17 to 23.
Name Nine Positions
The nine positions to be filled
are first and second vice-presi-
dents, treasurer, secretary and
chairmen for the Scholarship and
Activities Committee, Orientation
Committee, Social Committee,
Special Projects Committee and
Public Relations Committee.
Petitions for positions and
chairmanships on League com-
mittees, executive offices and posi-
tions on Women's Judiciary will
be accepted Tuesday through
March 10.

NOREEN ANNETTE BAYLY
Bayly-Smith

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Arlene Sherman heads the
awards and judges committee of
the Blue team. The Maize team
chairman is Sue Solomon.
Each team will select a, theme
on which to base its all-campus
dance and floorshow, which is
traditionally a well-guarded se-
cret until the publicity campaigns
begin. Last year Maize chose
"Magne-maize" as its central
theme, with Blue opposing it with
"Bluetopia."
A prize is awarded to the team
judged to have presented the bet-
ter production. A panel of judges
bases its decision on the teams'
productions,, decorations, publi-
city, program, patrons, tickets and
financial success.

The I.S.A.
Debate and Discussion Committee
announces

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Bayly
of Pittsburgh announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Nor-
een Annette to Wayne K. Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit R.
Smith of Plymouth.
Miss Bayly, a junior in the
architecture and design college, is
a member of Circle women's hon-
orary and is president of Fletcher
House.
Mr. Smith is a junior in the en-
gineering school. He is president
of the East Quad Quadrants.
No wedding date has been set
by the couple.
Choose 15
To Give Skits
First skit eliminations have
been held for Spring Weekend's
jSkit Night.
Fifteen skits have been chosen
by the committee from those sub-
mitted. These were written by Al-
pha Phi and Phi Sigma Delta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta
Tau Delta, Phi Epsilon Pi and
Sigma Delta Tau, Chi Phi and
Ganmna Phi Beta, Taylor and
Jordan Houses, Little and Reeves
Houses, and Kappa Alpha Theta
and Zeta Beta Tau.
Also remaining are Delta Sigma
Phi and Kappa Delta, Couzens
Hall and Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Theta Zi and Collegiate Sorosis,
Alpha Tau Omega and Pi Beta
Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Al-
pha' Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Kappa
and Geddes House, Gomberg and
Newbury Hall and Chicago and
Fletcher Houses.
The next eliminations will be-
gin on March 23. At this time
skits will be presented in Hill
Auditorium. Judges will be from
the speech department.

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