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March 15, 1959 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Announces Spring Pledge Roster)

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The Inter-fraternity Council has
announced the list of 320 pledges
or the spring semester for the
University's 42 undergraduate so-
c~ ial fraternities. Of 525 rushees,
~ the following were chosen by the
respective fraternities:
ACACIA
Robert Balmer, '61E, Dennis Berry,
'61; Charles Buchanan, '61E; Robert
°e *reve, '62; Roy tR1haesa, '62;- Robert
chultz, '62E James Seeback, '618M.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Carl Kilno, '62E; Donald Leary, '62.
ALPHA EPSILON PI
Stephen Bazerman, '62E; David Dro-,
sen, '62; Ronald Goldman, '63; Michael
Gottfurcht, '62; Neil Greenhill, '62;
Arthur Klinghoffer, '62; Jerry Knoppow,
'62; Edward Koven, '62; David Meshorer,
'61; Russell Misheloff, '61; Martin Nem-
iroff, '62.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI.
Clarke Andreae, '62A&D; Robert
Arends, '62; Frederick Coale, '61;
Charles Haley, '62E; Philip Klintworth,
'62E; Ronald Nederhoed, '62E; Robert
Neuser, '62A&D; William White, '62E.
ALPHA TAU OMEGO
James Bartell, '61E; Donald Callison,
'61; Roland Clark, '61; Richard Cope-
land, '62E; David Garcia, '61; William
McAlester, 161E; David Myers, '62; Da-
' :vid Palomaki, '61; Norman Wendrow,
'OlE.
BETA THETA P1
-Jon Applin, 61; Michael Danek, '62E;
Donald Dinning, 162E; ,George Parker,
61; James Sexsmith, '61E.
CHI PHI
Richard J. Bennett, '62; Richard V.
Bennett, Jr., '62; Gary Calvin, '61;
Kurtz Downer, '62; George Farr, '62E;
Chester . Greiling, '62; Ralph Hitch-
cock, '62E; James Hoffman, '61E; Rob-
ert Hooker, . '61E; Gerald Kirsch, '61;
John Mair, '61E; Edward Miglich,
62Ph.; Robin Perry, '61BAd.; Charles
Schank, '62; Erwin Seidel, '62E; Richard
Thomas, '62E; Albert Weston, '62.
CHI PSI
Verne Istock, '62; Roger Moore, '63;
Richard Syring, '61; John W rran, '62E.
DELTA CH I
Agris Aunins, '61; Peter Cress, '62E;
James Jenning, '62; Lane Kendig,
'62A&D; Jerome Martin, '62A&D..
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Peter Billingsley, '62; Stuart Dow, '62;
Douglas Dahn, '62; Richard Kost, '62E;
Patrick McGovern, '61; Wayne Smith,
162E; George Woodman, '62A&D.
'DELTA 'SIGMA PHI
William Bisiop, '61; Robert Evans,
'62; Dennis Kloko, '63A&D; Wayne
Moon, '62; Joseph Oliver, '60E; Roger
Rathbun, '62; William Richardson, '62E.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Thomas Beach, '62; David Brownlie,
Jr., '62; Todd Grant, '62; Bruce Green-
field, '61E; Raymond Heald, '62E; Rob-
ert Irwin, '62E; Frederick Kellermann,
'62; George Kelly, '63NR; Richard Knab,
'62; Robert kCohrman, '62E; Larry Lentz,
'62; Patric Ludwig, '62; Kenneth Peters,
'62; Ben Settle, '63NR; Stephen Wil-
lams, '62.
DELTA UPSILON
Kenneth Dec, '61E; Samuel Walker,
S, '619:
KAPPA ALPHA PSI
vCleo Kirk, '61.
KAPPA 'SIGMA
James Davis, '62E; Robert Dill, '62E;
Bruce Gordon, '62E; Richard Knudson,
'62; Gerald O'Shaughnessy, '62E; Ter-,
ence Pokela, '61; Phillip Thieman, '60;
J. Kirby Thomas, '62.
Soph Show
Posts Open
SkAll positions on the general
committee for Soph Show are open
for petitioning, Steve Schwartz,
'61, outgoing show publicity chair-
man, announced yesterday.
Petitions will be received through
Wednesday, Interviewing will start
Thursday and will last through
March 24.
Positions are open for general
chairman, director, treasurer and
secretary. The committee chair-
manships of publicity,, program-
ming, productions, costumes, dance
and music are also open.
Petitions may be picked up at

the League undergraduate office.
The positions will be announced at
League Night, April 13.
Soph Show is a coeducational
production put on in the fall by
the sophomore class and sponsored
by the League.
The show is usually a musical;
this year it was Cole Porter's "Any-
thing Goes."

las McGregor, '63; Joseph Neiman, '60;
Charles O'Brien, '63; Ralph Perriello,
'62; Dennis Sof'iak, '62E; Robert Still-
wagon, '62; Joseph Truske, '61; Michael
Toumajian, '61; Stephen Wildes, '62.
TAU DELTA PHI
Richard Friedland, '62E; Gerald Gru-
met, '62; Paul Kissner, '62; Joel Laut-
enberg, '62; Henry Newman, '61; Rich-
ard Small, '62.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Jeffrey Berno, '62E; Curt Hudelson,
'61E; Keith Peyton, '62E.
THETA CHI
Daniel Carpenter, '62E;'James Col-
lier, '62 Roger Herold, '6lE; Cordell
Jones, '61; Juan Rodriguez, '61; Rich-
ard Rosenbaum, '62.
THETA DELTA CHI
George Benington, '62E; Gary Cox,
'62; Clark Johnson, '62; Robert Land-
gren, '62; Robert McMahon, '62; Ed-
gar Morrill, '62E; Paul Osterbeck, '62E.
THETA XI
Timothy Bennett, '62; Thomas Biele-
jeski, '61; Thomas Boebel, '62; Robert
Brewbaker, '62; Rogert Burt, '61; Don-
ald Haviland, '62; Lee Husting, '62;
Gerald Londal,2 '61; Peter McLean, '62;
Don Person, '62; George Ritsema, '61;
Dustan Smith, '62; John Wiltse, '63.
TRIANGLE
Donald Withers, '6E.
TRIGON
David Haller, '62E; Donald Leckrone,
'61.
ZETA BETA TAU
Richard Fain, '62; Myron Herzog, '62;
David Kahn, '62; Michael Leff, '62;
Michael Rosman, '62; Nathaniel sack,
'62.
ZETA PSI
Roger Barnes, '61E; Lee ]runner, '62;
George Brusky, '60; John Daume, '61;
Michael Gillman, '61; William Lehman,
'62E; Thomas Marcin, '62; James Mitch-
ell, '61; Stephen Oldstrom, '62; Richard
Romano, '62; Donald Stammer, '62; Ted
Wilson, '60E.
--.--AT FISCHER'S---

Committee
Announces
Dance Booths
The finalists for the Spring
Weekend dance, "Rue de Cafe,"
booths were announced yesterday.
These 15 finalists will put up
booths at the dance, depicting
shops on Bourbon St. in New Or-
leans, Sue Stein, '61, dance com-
mittee chairman, said.
They are Zeta Tau Alpha and
Kappa Sigma with a flower shop,
Theta Xi and Collegiate Sororsis
with a wake parlour, Kappa Delta
and Delta Sigma Phi with a mis-
sion house and Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Pi Lamnbda Phi with a movie
fhouse.
Also finalists are Delta Tau Del-
ta and Kappa Kappa Gamma with
a night club, Phi Mu and Delta
Chi with a cafe, Phi Kappa Tau
and Alpha Gamma Delta also with
a cafe and Alpha Delta Pi and
Sigma Phi Epsilon with a black-
smith's shop.
Others are Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon's and Delta Phi Epsilon's fish
market, Martha Cook's and ,Evans
Scholars' show boat, Fletcher and
Chicago Houses' fire station, Delta
Gamma's and Sigma Chi's art
gallery and tatoo shop, Hender-
son' and Triangle's hotel, Phi
Sigma Sigma's and Alpha Epsilon
Pi's garden and Victor Vaughan
and Wenley House with a night
club.
The finalists gained 50 points
in the Spring Weekend contest.
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FRATERNITIES PLEDGE-Now that rushing parties are over
and the '42 undergraduate social fraternities on campus have
settled down, the Inter-fraternity Council has announced a total
of 320 men pledging out of 525 rushees.

LAMBDA CH.I ALPHA
Douglas Abbott, '61E; Alfred Buhler,
'62; Leonardo Cercone, '62; Donald
Chalfant, '6 ld.;John Fast, '62; Ste-
phen Gordon, '62; Herbert\ Harper, Jr.,.
'62E; Stanley Kley, '62; William Knotts,.
'62E; James Nette, '62E; William Pat-
rick, '62; William Scovill,-'62; Theodore
Theodore, '62E; John Wines, '62E.
PHI DELTA THETA
Richard Adams, '62; Terry Boyce, '62;
David Cook, '62; Eugene Cross, '62;
Dennis Davies, '62E; Allan Keir, '62;
Keith Knubbe, '61; Gerald Kolb, '62;
Douglas Lutz, '62; Frank Maloney, '62;
Jerome Overton, '62; George Randt, '62;
John Rickel, '61; Charles Schieman,
'62E; 'Ronald Spacht, '62; Charles
Spangler, '62; Nicholas Stroh, '62; Pat-
rick Tobin, '61; John Upp, '62E; Ed-
ward Wilson, '62; Philip Wynn, '62.
PHI EPSILON PI
Robert Fischer, '63; William Friede-
berg, '62; Gary Kline, '62; Jay Rich-
man, '63; Stanley Rodbell, '62; Thomas
Stutz, '62; Robert Wise, '62.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Cornelius Bierboyer, '62; James Bolt,
'61; Paul Carder, '62; Thomas Davis,
'62Ed.; Richard Denise, '62; Todd Fay,
'62; Robert Hunter, '62; Gary McGraw,
'62; Arthur Meacham ,'62; John Mertus,
'61; George Peapples, '62; David Pohlod,
'62; Ronald Sistrunk, '62; Marshall
Smith, '61E; Richard Strickland, '62E;
Carl Weaver, '62.
PHI KAPPA PSI
Steven Bennett, '62; Jonathon Dur-
fee, '62; Gordon Lawton, '62; Douglas
Rasmussen, '62; John Ullrich, '62.
PHI KAPPA TAU
Robert Gordon, '63E; Frederick Hin-
ton, '61E; Paul Lodico, '62; Norman
Marschke, '62E; Charles Mortimore,
'62NR; Jackson Steffes, '60; Paul
Stottlemeyer, '62E; Lawrence Wright,
PHI SIGMA DELTA
1 William Ash, '63; David Bloomgarden,
'62; Irwin Deutch, '63; Alan Miller, '63;
Steve Neumer, '62; Samuel Nover, '63;

Karl Pick, '62E: Ethan Revsin, '63;
Michael Rosenthal, '62; Carter Ross,
'62E; Richard Sokol, '62; Edward Sos-
nick, '63; Jeoffrey Stross, '62.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
David Cantrell, '62; Harold Humph-
rey,' '62; James Lovett, '62A&D; Robert
Paullette, '62; Richard Williams, '61.
PI LAMBDA PHI'
Moss Galpeer, '62; Alan Goldman, 62;
Barry Goldman, '62; Robert Mellen, '62;
Sheldon Sandler, '62.
PSI UPSILON
Richard Keenan, '61; W. Schuler Sey-
mour, '61.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Robert Beekman, '62; Fredric Beu-
thin, '62E;' Arthur Brauner, '63A&D;
Guy DeStefano, '62; Milton Gates, '62E,
Thomas Irwin, '62; William Kile, '62;
Gary Musser, '61E; Thomas Osterland,
'62E; Robert Ravenscroft, '62E; Phillip
Stranahan, '61E; Frank Woidka, '62E.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Howard Baru, '62; Merle Berger; '63;
Stewart Duban, '62; Harvey Gordon, '62;
Fred Margolin '62; Joseph Nieder, '62;
William Schwartz, '61; Irving Shapiro,
'62; Scott Shore, '63; Lowell Stone, '63;
Roger Zier, '62.
SIGMA CHI
George Bletsas, '62; Thomas Bredt,
'62E;; Henry Chapman, '62A&D; James
Jaco, '61Ed.; Earnest Zubkus, '62.
SIGMA NU
Stewart Loud, '62E; Donald Lucas,
62E; James Robinson, '62E.
SIGMA PHI
Gary Adams, '62E; Philip Giesen,
'62; Robert Goodrich, '62; Roger Kol-
voord, '61; Barrett McGregor, '61; Ro-
land Otto, '61A&D; Thomas Witecki,
'61.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Paul Alta, '62; William Arnold, '62;
Stephen Boyle. '61E; John Cooper, '61;
Charles Drake, '63E; Robert Frey,
'62A&D; Thomas Gee, '62E; Robert He-
din, '62Ed.; Evan Kokales, '62; Doug-

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