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Y, MARCH 4, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Y, MARCH 4, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Plan Potions of Past

-Daily-Allan Winder
ALCHEMISTS AT WORK-Students conjure up decorations for
the pharmacists' Apothecary Ball, "Old Alchemy," to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Friday at the League Ballroom. Lambda Kappa
Sigma, Phi Delta Chi and the American Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion are sponsoring the annual dance and will donate all proceeds
to the student Charity Organization.
TILL NEXT YEAR
Pins, Chants, Enthusiasm
Mark End of Rush Season

v'

By SUSAN KARP

The IBM machines are quiet now
and brightly colored pledge pins
have appeared around the campus.
These and other signs indicate
that sorority rush is over for an-
other year. If you call the Chi
Omega House you will hear the
"melody" of
"This is the Chi Omega House
A little pledge is speaking
If you will tell me whom you want
I'll find whom you are seeking"
sung hesitatingly intp the phone.
The rush chairman, Marcy Fo-
dell, '59, said that the actives are,
really "happy to see all the new
faces." This is the sentiment heard
in other houses too.
At Alpha Epsilon Phi, Gail
Kravitz, '60Ed., said that her house
has "the best pledges ever, ever."
IN DETROIT
Saturday, March 14, 8:30 P.M.
FORD AUDITORIUM
THE WEAVERS
Tickets at BOB MARSHALL'S
$3.30 $2.75 $2.20 $1.65

Sharon Koski, the pledge chair-
man of Phi Mu said the pledges
and the chapter are both really
enthusiastic and that she is sure
they "will all have a wonderful
time until initiation."
And from the new members
come sighs of relief. The pressure
is off and they're happy to be
pledges.
Dentists Set
Odonto BalI
The junior class of the School of
Dentistry will present its annual
formal dance, the Odonto Ball,
from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. March 14
at the Union Ballroom.
This is the twenty-fifth dental
school dance. The theme will be
the silver anniversary of the ball,
and special invitations are being
sent to the class of 1936, which
presented the first, then known as
the All Dental"Ball.
The dance is given in honor
of the graduating seniors, and is
attended by dental students, den-
tal school faculty and alumni.
The "joys of life in dental
school" will be depicted in a
movie made by the junior class
to be presented at intermission.

WAA Board
Applications
Still Available
Students interested in petition-
ing for positions on the Women's
Athletic Association Board may
still pick up their petitions at the
Women's Athletic Building, Bar-
bour Gym and the Women's Pool.
Petitions are due March 10 and
may be placed in Norma Clarke's
box in the League Undergraduate
Office. At this time the student
may sign up for an interview as
dates will be posted then.
For the position of president, all
women petitioning must be schol-
astically eligible juniors who have
served one year on the W.A.A.
board. The president's duties in-
clude presiding at meetings, ap-
pointing committees and commit-
tee members and being general
spokesman for the W.A.A. group.
Attend Convention
One of the first jobs of the new
president will be to attend the
national convention which will be
held in Oregon this year. She also
must approve all requisitions and
bills and submit a final report to
the secretary.
Two vice-presidents, one in
charge of projects and the other
in charge of student relations, will
be chosen through the process of
petitioning. This year's project
vice-president, Penny P a m e r,
'60Ed., assumed the position of co-
chairman of Spring Weekend.
The vice-president in charge of
student relations serves as chair-
man of all intramural programs
and also schedules all house ath-
letic manager meetings.
Other executive positions open
are secretary, treasurer, sorority
manager, dormitory manager,
public relations chairman and
A R F C W representative. The
ARFCW representative informs
the board about publications and
proceedings of the Athletic Recre-
ation Federation of College Wo-
men.
Positions are also available as
basketball manager, bowling man-
ager, field hockey manager, golf
manager and ski unit manager. In
addition, rifle club manager and
tennis manager positions are now
open. Managers for Michifish and
Michifin clubs will be open for
petition, but managers will be
chosen from the club membership
only.
Both men and women are eli-
gible to petition for the co-recrea-
tional clubs which select co-
managers. These clubs include the
badminton club, ballet club, fenc-
ing club and modern dance and
riding clubs.
SGC Forum
Opens Series
At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, the
Union will hold the first in a
series of administrative forums
open to the public.
The forum will cover Student
Government Council and its role
in the University and it will be
held in the third floor conference
room of the Union, John Fried,
'62, of the Union's University Af-
fairs committee said.
Three speakers will discuss SGC
briefly and then discussion will be
opened to the floor and anyone
may ask questions of the speakers
or voice his opinion on SGC.
Dean of Men Walter Rea will
speak on the history of student
government at the University and
Assistant Dean of Women Eliza-

beth Davenport will talk on the
responsibility of SGC.
Ron Gregg, '60, a member of
SGC will talk on how SGC carries
out its responsibilities.
Bob Arnove, '59, vice-president
of the International Students As-
sociation, will moderate the dis-
cussion.
Students To Make
Friendship Tour
The International Center's an-
nual friendship tour to commu-
nities outside Ann Arbor will be
held from March 30 to April 3,
James Davis, director of the Cen-
ter announced yesterday.
The tour group of 30 students
will visit Hickory Corners, Lan-
sing, Jackson, Flint and Davison,
Michigan. Students will stay with
American families in the commu-
nity and will visit industrial
plants, farms, service clubs and
other organizations.
The general purpose of the tour
is to promote and cultivate bet-
ter understanding between stu-
dents and residents of the various
communities.

The number of women to pledge
sororities during this year's spring
rush period rose to a total of 603,
rush period rose to a total of 603,
an increase of 23 over last year.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Carol Chamberlin, '62; Linda Clark,
'62; Mildred Conlan, '61P; Helen Cush-
ing, '61A&D; Jean Dalton. '62; Rachel
DeMoss, '61; Nancy Denovan, '62; Pat
Dewey, '62; Judy DuPuis, '62; Alice Er-
win, '62; Kay Gardner, '62SM; Martha
Glomset, '62; Julie Hoover, '62; Ruth
Jagusch, '62; Patricia Jan Tausch,
'62A&D; Carol E. Jones, '60; Mary
Knepper, '61; Karen Kuhr, '62; Maureen
Meekison, '61; Patricia Paisky, '62; An-
drea Patterson, '62; Judith Phelps, '62;
Mary Schaefer, '62; Pat Speiran, '62Ed.;
Julie Stockwell, '62; Carol Trimby, '62;
Joyce voyce, '62; Joan Weeber, '62;
Carolyn Wellauer, '62; Sandra White,
'62; Jann Whitehead, '6OEd.; Gail Wil-
liams, '61SN.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Susan Allen, '62; Betty Brandt, '62;
Pamela Chapman, '62; Heidi Chisholm,
'62A&D; Barbara Court, '61; Caroline
Cummings, '62; Andrea Darling, '6lEd.;
Gail Drobnyk,62; Linda Ellis, '62; Ann
Gould, '62; Judith Hassel, '62; Hester
Hull, '62; Mary Huysken, '62; Sandra
Jenkins, '62; Julie Kempf, '62; Mar-
guerite Lambert, '62; Cynthia Lauter-
hahn, '62; Rosaleen Malow, '62SM; San-
dra McAdam, '62; Ellen McAfee, '62;
Jean Menmuir, '62; Jean Merkle, '62SN;
Sue Moag, '61; Myrna Moxley, '62;
Bonnie Pickhaver, '61; Ann Slaggert,
'61; Karen Tait, '62.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Louise Abbell, '62; Joyce Baskin, '62;
Carol Bomash, '62; Bonnie Cossman,
'62; Gail Crow, '62; Arlene Epstein, '62;
Marilyn Frank, '62; Ruth Gelman, '62;
Susan Ginsburg, '61; Stephanie Glazer,
'62; Carolyn Goode, '60Ed.; Barbara
Gould, '61; Margaret Greenberg, '62;
Arlene Grossman, '61; Carol Levin, '61;
Ruth Levin, '62; Kay Levy, '62; Vivian
Levy, '62; Karen Lieberman, '61; Ellie
Lief, '61; Louise Millstone, '62; Rebecca

dith A. Cole, '62SN; Anna Crabbs, '62;
Martha Crego, '62SN; Dorothy Dedo,
'61; Ruth Engman, '62; Marilyn Esch-
ner, '60Ed.; Brennis Friess, '62SN; Pa-
tricia Fuller, '62; Janet Gage, '62;.
Georgia Holden, '61; Judith Hopkins,
'62; Jan Johnston ,'60Ed.; Carolyn Kal-
lock, '62; Nancy Keck, '62; Martha
Leigh, '62; Pamela MacRae, '62; Sandra
McAlister, '60; Sandra McGarr, '62SN;;
Patricia Mareydt, '62SN; Inta Mednis,a
'61; Margaret Miller, '60; Jeanne Norris.
'62SN; Joan Richards, '62; Barbara
Roark, '62; Sue Schilling, '62; Michele
Tait, '62; valerie Thede, '62SN; Martha
Treat, '62SN; Patricia Tritsch, '62; Anne
Warner, '60; Carole Sandelman, '62.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
'Kaye Benner, '60; Martha Bennett,
'62; Phoebe Braddock, '60; Susan Burt,
'62; Anne Cole, '62; Sharon Crawford,
'62; Suzanne Cumberworth, '62; Don-
na Day, '62; Janet Diehl, '62; Marna
Diehl, '62; Margaret Dodd, '62; Judith
Ewing, '60; Claudia Gage, '62; Ann Hil-
ton, '62; Helen Jakobson, '61; Suzanne
Jesson, '62; Carol Joslyn, '62; Suzanne
Mann, '61A&D; Blanche Paulson, '62;
Susan Peterson, '61; Faith Pulliam, '62;
R. Catherine Quick, '61; Ruth Roby,
'62; Sarah Traweek, '62; Anne vander-
zee, '62; Catherine Williams,
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Connie Arnos, '62SM; Marilyn Bish-
op, '61; Alexandra2Ellis,r'62;yGeorgia
Freestone, '62; Jean Gregor, '62; Mary
Jordon, '62; Sarah Kahn, '60; Jeanette
Lim, '62; Marcia Mack, '6OEd.; Ruth
McCutcheon, '60; Mary McInaliy, '61;
Gayla McPhail, '60Ed.; Suzanne Philip-
part, '62; Sharon Steiter, '62Ph.; Ju-
dith Warnke, '62SM.
DELTA GAMMA
Mary Jo Bailey, '62; W. Janis Bush-
ong, '62; Kristin Carlson, '62; Mary
Clementson, '62; Sharon Cucuro, '62;
Barbara Denny, '62; Katherine Forbes,
'62A&D; Carol Green, '62; Carolyn Haf-
ner, '62; Sandra Halverson, '62; Lynne
Jillson, '62; Joan Kittle, '62; Lynn Lo-
pata, '62; Elizabeth Lutz, '62; Ina
Lynch, '62; Patricia Michelmore, '62;
Sandra Miller, '62E; Margaret Mueller,
'62; Susan Murbach, '62; Beatrice Nem.,
laha, '62; Elizabeth Nichols, '62; Sarah

Panhellenic Announces Spring Pledge Classes

KAPPA ALPHA THETA '
Sandra Albinson, '61A&D; Sarah An-
derson, '62; Mary Barber, '62; Kathleen
Bennett, '62; Linda Bird, '62; Marina
Cielens, '62; Kathryn Deeg, '62A&D;
Lyn Dominguez, '62; Alice Emenhiser,
'62; Bonnie Gerlach, '62; Melinda Har-
rison, '62; Louise Lochner, '62; Kather-
ine Mabley, '62; Barbara McFadden, '62;
Susan Moore, '62; Susan Muir, '60;
Marie Pope, '62; Audry Schmidt, '62;
Elizabeth Schmidt, '62; Paula Struck,
'61; Helen Waller, '62; Diane Walters,
'62; Anne Wilcox, '62; Lavinia Wood,
'62.
KAPPA DELTA
Lucinda Anthony, '62SN; Diane Bar-
low, '62SN; Carol Bates, '62; Marilynne
Chisholm, '61; Mary DeRight, '62;
Mary DiGiovanni, '62; Deanne Doebeli,
'62; Judith Fancher, '62SN; Patricia
Field, '62; Judy Francis, '62; Bonnie
Glass, '62; Elinor Hogsten, '62; Shirley-
Johnsmiller, '62; Sue Keenan, '62SN;
Anne Knoll, '62; LindanLaMarre, '61;
Aline Limburg, '62; Martha Magel,
'61SM; Pamela Marzulla, '62; Nancy
McCortney, '61; Margaret McLaughlin,
'61; Sarah Miller, '62; Frances Panee9
tieri, '62SN; Elizabeth Patchett, '62SN;
Elizabeth Perry, '62; Lynne Plummer,
'62; Marjory Reins, '62; Elaine Sage,
'62; Donna Schriver, '62; Roberta Rich-
ter, '62; Sharon Selleck, '60; Cynthia
Simone, '60; Carolyn Skaff, '61; Pa-
tricia Stumm, '62; Penny Thewalt, '62;
Margery Zemke, '62.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Alice Aagesen, '62A&D; Susan Barry,
'62; Mary Bross, '62; Judith Brouwer,
'62; Cynthia Clark, '62; Mary Cliff, '60;
Carol Decker, '62; Jacqueline Efrusy,
'61; Mary Evely, '62A&D; Bonnie Giles,
'62; Donna Gotschall, '62; Barbara Guf-
fey, '62; Marilyn Hart, '62; Judy House-
holder, '62; Mary Johns, '61; Patricia
Johnston, '62; Joanna Jury, '62; Susan
Lemak, '62SM; Jane McCann, '62E;
Marian Peterson, '60; Rebecca Role-
son, '62; Nancy Savage, '62; Marie
Stern, '62; Ann Strcikland, '62; Virginia
Swift, '62A&D; Judy Walton, '61.
*PHI MU
Dorothy Bauer, '62; Margaret Becker,
'61; Sally Blubaugh, '61; Margaret
Childs, '61; Marilyn Conway, '60Ed.;

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son, '62; Carolyn Wells, '62; Cynthia
Zdrowski, '62.
SIGMA DELTA TAU
Barbara Berger, '62; Terry Birnkrant,
'62; Bonnie Borg, '62; Gloria Brown, '62;
Rachel Cohen, '62; Beverly Cooper, '62;
Anne Crystal, '62; Susan Elconin, '62;
Myra Ernstein, '62; Ellen Feldman, '62;
Phyllis Kaplan, '61SM; Josephine Kasle,
'62; Martha Levin, '62; Ellen Piloff,
'62; Patricia Plehn, '62; Elisse Pogofsky,
'62A&D; Laury Porte, '61; Susan Solo-
mon, '62; Celia Spiegelman, '62; Esther
Towbin, '62; Marley Trossman, '62;
Linda Unrad. '62.
SIGMA KAPPA
Nancy Archbold, '62; Linda Burton,
'61; Donna Carr, '61; Louise Cataldo,
'62; Bonita Cunliffe, '62SN; Jo Ann
Gillespie, '62; Mary Hitchens, '61Ph.;
Beverly Jaycox, '60A&D; Lynne Lam-
bertson, '62; Penelope Lint, '62SM;
Kathleen Lockwood, '61; Barbara May,

'61; Josephine McKenna, '62; Barbara
Morris, '62; Gail Newton, '60Ed.; Alice
Nugent, '62; Elinor Petroff, '62; K: Lisa
Robinson, '62; Linda Schweizer, '62Ed.;
Susan Seiffert, '62; Sarah Southwick,
'62; Elaine Szurpicki, '62A&D; Patricia
Tinsler, '62; Claire Valiance, '62; Nancy
Whipple, '62.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
S. Patricia Backman, '62; Juley Bald-
win, '62SN; Joan Burlson, '62; Margaret
Curtis, '62SN; Judith Dean, '62; Ann
Fangboner, '61SN; Carol Halbert, '62SN;
Nancy Huesmann, '62; Patricia Irwin,
'61SN; Suzanne Jenkins, '62; Tarmar
Kirk, '61E; Susan Luoma, '61; Ann Me-
lin, '62; Frances Musick, '61; Janice
Orosz, '62; Marilyn Paulson, '61; Jean
Ruby, '62; Judy Selby, '62; Paula Shim-
min, '62; Judith D. Smith, '62SN; Sally
Stevenson, '62SN; Betty Terpenning,
'62; Mary C. White, '62; Marilyn Wol-
ski, '60SN.

Like to Dance?
DANCE CLASSES
Mass meeting Wed., March 4.
7 P.M. at LEAGUE BALLROOM
Cha Cha--Jitterbug -Fox Trot -
Charleston -etc.
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-Daily-Robert Kaplan
AH, AT LAST-The smiles on the faces of the n ew pledges seem to express relief that rushing has
finally come to an end. At their first pledge meet ing, they chat over coffee before the pledge trainer
-1c u Yia4 M4 nrlt. Th znz~~a oftzaarla m n~rzra h w- n r~~sf- 4k- re~zl4 i n Mez

calls the meeting to order. The routine or w e tigs pegan a
who received invitations to pledge Sunday aftern oon.

Y

THE DISC SHOP PRESENTS
THEODORE BIKEL

March 8 ... 8:00 P.M.

At the Armory

Tickets: $1.65 and $2.75
Available at
THE DISC SHOP . . . 1210 S. University
and at LIBERTY MUSIC. ..211 S. State St.

Mosen, '62; Jo Ann Nedelman, '62; San-'
dra R. Nelson, '62; Joni Prooslin, '62;
Alice Rosenberg, '62; Joyce Rubin, '62;
Jane Sommerfield, '62; Marilynn Stein,
'61; Laurianne Steinberg, '62; Susan
Stillerman, '62; Paula Williams, '61;
Mary Wolf, '60, Norma Sue Wolfe, '62;
Elaine Youkilis, '62.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Katherine Adams, '62SN; Merlena
Bartleson, '62; Rosamond Blakeslee,
'62; Gretc henClemmons, '62; Patricia
Cornell, '6lEd.; Sara Culver, '62; Frances
Doherty,,'62; Suzann Estabrook, '60Ed.;
Janice Friedli, '62SN; Darlyne Gould,
'62SN; Sandra Hegg, '62; Eleanor Heinz,
'62; Ardeth Henry, '62SN; Judith Hen-
ry, '62; Molly Hess, '62; Karen Holt-
hues, '62; Mary Jacobsen, '62; Elizabeth
Johnson, '62SN; Arlene Kidd, '62SN;
Joyce Kirlanoff, '61; Susan Knobloch,
'62A&D; Laurel Krause, '61SM; Loretta
Kulczak, '62; Suzanne Lewis, '62; Nan-
cy Lind, '61; Suzanne Malis, '62SN; El-
len Martz, '62; Marlene Michels, '62;
Margaret Nixon, '62; Suzanne Oehler,
'6OEd.; Jeanette Paskiewlcz, '61; Eliza-
beth Pearse, '62SN; Jane Pohorenec,
'62; Karen Reeder, '62SN; Carole Regan,
'61; Dolores Reid, '61; Patricia Skog,
'61; Judith A. Smith. '62SN; Barbara
Thom, '62E; Diann Walker, '62SN; M.
Catherine Williams, '60A&D; Ann Wir-
gau, '62Ed.
ALPHA PHI
Lois Bernitt, '62SN; Gail Boardman,
'62; Mary Brandt, '62; Linda Ellison,
'62; Carol Harris, '62; Patricia Henny,
'62; Kay Kiger, '60DH; Jane Litzen-
berg, '62; Mary Measel, '62; Shirley
Miller, '62SN; Barbara Parker, '62A&D;
Laura Pinkerton, '62; Joan Sachs, '62;
Ann Schroeder, '62; Elizabeth Seibold,
'62Ed.; Margaret Selvala, '62; Nancy Si-
mone, '62; Susan Spicer, '61; Mary
T h o m p s o n, '62; Margaret Thorp,
'60A&D; Mary Ann Turner, '62SN,
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Ruth Bowers, '62SN; Bonnie Burk-
hart, '62SN; Ruth Cadogan, '61; Sandra
Coon, '62; Laura Cullip, '61; Carol
Furtsch,'61; Mary Grubbs, '60A&D;
Marcia Innes, Julie Magnuson, '62SN;
Beverly Miller, '62; Katherine Patton,
'62; Kathleen Rosecrance, '62; Ruth
Stephens, '62; Susan Stoudinger, '62;
Katherine Williams, '62.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Jeanne Abbott, '62; Margaret Agren,
'62; JoAnne Bahna, '62SN; Charlotte
Beck, '61; Merle Boxell, '62A&D; San-
dra Champnella, '62; Jane Cook, '62;
Doris Diehl, '62SN; Diana Ermacora,
'61; Janice Fiorello, '62SN; Anne Fiske,
'62; Mary Godden, '62SN; Carole Jen-
kins, '60Ed.; Mary Jensen, '62; Kay
Karchevski, '62; Nancy Klabunde,
'62SN; Charlotte Krieger, '61; Sharon
MacFadyen, '62; Carlotta Maize, '62;
Nancy Nagelkirk, '62; Judith Oakey,
'62SN; Joy Owen, '61; Penelope Pell,
'62; Susanna Pollock, '61; Carol Raab,
'61SN; Carol Rudert, '60Ed.; Lillian
Rutledge, '62; Janet Trautwein, '61;
Linda Vernon, '60SM; Barbara Warren,
'62; Grace Zetterstrom, '62SM.
CHI OMEGA
Bonnithe Boeinxe, '62; Julie Brazil,
'62; Brenda Brosnahan, '61; Barbara I.
Brown, '62; Mary Ann Calcott, '60; Ju-

Pilgrim, '62; Norma Rasmusen, '62SN;
Sandra Shrank, '62; Sandra Stover, '61;
Judy Wendler, '62.
DELTA PHI EPSILON
Havia Alswang, '62A&D; Peggy Bar-
nett, '62; Penny Coe, '62; Hedy Cohen,
'62; Nancy Falk, '61; Janice Fine, '62;
Sharon ,Ffne, '62; Brenda Fink, '61;
Suzanne Fisher, '62; Carole Goldman,
'61; Diane Gordon, '62; Lois Green,
'62A&D; Ellen Greene, '62; Linda
Grisite, '61; Barb Grossman, '62; Joan
Haskel, '62; Susan Hoffman, '62;
Frances Klein, '61; Diane Koonin, '62;
Barbara Lebowitz, '62; Carole Lewis, '62;
Susan Lubin, '62; Amanda Nachman,
'62; Barbara Perlman, '62; Rebecca
Posner, '62; Joan Reifer, '62; Lana Sha-
grin, '62; Linda Sher, '62; Rosalie Siegel,
'62; Marjorie Stein, '62A&D; Dianee
Stonorow, '60 Linda Tann, '62; Rosalie
Weisman, '62; Y. Rochelle Weiss, '62;
Donna Winthrop, '62; Rona Wolk, '62;
Deanna Zeff, '61.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Katherine Alcorn, '60; Lynn Cocker-
ill, '62; Ann Collins, '62A&D; Carolyn
Gonn, '62; Carolyn Dierking, '62; Ber-
nice Foley, '61; Marcia Gilfillan, '62;
Jill Grootemaat, '61A&D; Leila Gross,
'62SM; Nancy Grove, '61; Janet Harp-
er, .'62SM; Margaret Harris, '62A&D;
Joan Martin, '61; Marlene Miller, '62;
Gretchen Nyboer, '62; Nancy Palmer,
'60; Geraldine Roberts, '61A&D; Maud-
ette Shapiro, '62; Pamela Sikes, '62SN;
Roma Smith, '62; Nancy Swan, '60Ed.;
Mary Thomsen, '61; Tula VanDyne,
'61; Nessena Walter, '60; Judy Weight-
man, '61A&D; Mary H. Wilson, '62.

Monday for the sorority women
Gloria Cusumano, '62; Judith Ebner,
'61SM; Carol Fortin, '61; Kathryn Gas-
dorf, '62; Joyce Kosloski, '62; Patricia
Lynch, '62; Nan MacLeod, '61A&D; Mar-
tha Nist, '62; Shije Orh n, '62; Chris-
tine Paraschos, '61SM; Eileen Philipott,
'62; Marian Porter, '62; Sue Precobb,
'62; Mary Rainaldi, '62SN; Barbara G.
Smith, '61; Elizabeth Underwood, '61;
Audrey Volis, '62; Ruth Wahl, '62; Linda
Wittich, '62; Diane Woods, '62.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Barbara Berman, '62; Judith Disner,
'62; Ann Eichler, '61; Rhona Ender,
'62A&D; Barbara Epstein, '62; Joan
Feldman, '62; Sharon Glaser, '62SM;
NancyGoldstein, '61Ed.; Linda Granet,
'62; Nancy Greeglass, '62; Susan Gros-
berg, '62; Carolyn Gross, '62; Susan
Heyman, '62; Judith Hitzig, '61; Shelil
Katz, '62; Lucille Levitt, '62; Linda
Lurie, '62; Paula Mestel, '62; Morlee
Miller, '62; Marian Morton, '61; Lynne
Natal, '62; Susan Netchin, '62A&D;
.Julie Raben, '62A&D; Aleena Rieger,
'62; Judith Salzman, '62; Jackie Sand-
berg, '62; Jane .Sanders, '62SN; Caryl
Scheinblum, '61; Susan Sloman, '62;
Frances Sussman, '62; Shirley Tucker,
'62; Ellen Willig, 62.
PI BETA PHI
Marilyn Amos, '62; Mary Jo Andrews,
'62; Barbara Bosscher, '62SN; Mary Car-
roll, '62; Barbara Condon, '62; Sally
Furnas, '62; Nancy Hagen, '62; Jean
Leach, '62; Gretchen Manternach,
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