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15, 1959

haadt's Letter Enumerates
ranges in Food-Serving Policies

At Service

By KATHLEEN MOORE
Changes in food-serving policies
and plans to send a newsletter to
all women in University residence
halls in an effort to solve recent
food problems were announced
yesterday by Joan Comiano, '61,
second vice-president of Assembly
Association.
Six TO Speak
At Meeting
Of NAACP
The local chapter of the Nation-
al Association for the Advance-
ment of Colored People will hold
a meeting at 4 p.m. today at Jones
School, 401 N. Division.
Among the speakers will be Ann
A. Hedgeman from Ne'v York, as-
sociate editor of the "New York
Age." She is known for her work
in minority group housing prob-
lems and integration in production
plants after the second World War.
She was also an executive assist-
ant to Mayor Robert Wagner of
New York City and she worked
with Philip Randolph and the Fair
Employment Practices Commission
after the first world war.
The Reverend Henry Lewis of
St. Andrews Episocpal Church and
chairman of the area's Human
Relations Commission will speak
on local problems and local chap-
ter members will speak on the
plans of the chapter in the coming.
year.
Samuel Harmon, Grad., will,
speak on housing problems; Bob
Marshall will talk on employment
practices and Jesse Parks and
John Milligan, Grad., will speak
on education.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic without charge.
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The policy clarifications and
changes which have been put into
effect since the food demonstra-
tions last semester were enumer-
ated in a letter Miss Comiano re-
ceived from Leonard A. Schaadt,
business manager of residence
halls and University - operated
apartments which states, in- part:
States Changes
a) "At all lunches peanut but-
ter and jelly will be provided as
choices."
b) "If they so wish, they (resi-
dents) may omit, potatoes and
take the two vegetable dishes"
offered on the dinner menu.
c) "Leftovers will not be served
as one of the two choices" at din-
ner, but "such will be considered
as third choice."
d) "It will be policy to have a
hot soup at lunch when a cold
plate as the main dish is offered."
e) A request to all dieticians to
"check all menus so that we are
sure that when pork or a pork
product is on the menu, the sec-
ond choice will be a product oth-
er than pork."
Will Discuss Problems
Schaadt's letter ended with an
expressed hope that "these
changes have accomplished some-
thing that will be pleasing to our
students," and a statement of his
willingness to discuss any prob-
lems brought to the attention of
the Service Committee. '
Miss Comiano related plans to
send a newsletter to women resi-
dents to explain the problems in-
volved in menu planning, the ex-
tent of the changes and the proper
Parents Announce
Wedding Plans
Of Student Nurse
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Bon-.
nell of Mountainside, N.J., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sara Lou, to John L.
Shields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
W. Shields of South Haven, Mich.
Miss Bonnell attended Ohio
Wesleyan University before com-
ing to the University where she is
a senior in the nursing school. She
is a member of Scroll Honor So-
ciety and Alpha Xi Delta social
sorority.
Mr. Shields is a senior in the
University's medical school and he
is a member of Phi Rho Sigma
medical fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.

channels through which residents Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha
may lodge service complaints. Iota, professional music fraternity
A "pie diagram" will be compiled for women, has announced the fol-
by Schaadt and included in the lowing initiates:
letter, she continued, to illustrate Diana Baird, '61, JoAnne Barth,
the uses to which board and room Grad., Mary Fawcett, '60, Belle
fees are put. Gretzler, '61, Ann Kynast, '61,
Changes Experimental Slyvia Miller, '59, Sandra Mount,
Miss Comiano emphasizedthat '61, Patricia -"Noffsinger, Grad.,
iss Coiangos remhsi red tt Brenda Roberts, '61, Louise Scheld-
policy changes are being tried on rup, '61, Rosemary Spleet, '61, Ann
an experimental basis and some Staniski, '60, and Ella Villa, '60.
may need modification orprove The initiation service took place
unfeasible. Feb. 7 at the Ann Arbor Women's
She explainedythat the vege- City Club. After the service, the
table choice policy: is already cre- new initiates, the University chap-
ating problems in the larger halls ter, the patroness of the group and
because it "tends to slow up food alumnae groups attended the ini-
lines." The varieties, she said, tiation banquet given by the Ann
must be put in dishes on the steam Arbor alumnae chapter in honor of
tables to speed up service, but this the new initiates.
method causes rapid cooling of At the banquet, LeAnn Dieken,
the food.. Grad., soprano, presented a mini-
This' and other problems, she ature musicale.
stressed, are being examined by On Thursday the chapter was
Schaadt and the house dieticians honored by a visit from Alpha
and Schaadt, she said, is "more Province President Mrs. Wanda
than willing to try changes." Stoufer of Dayton, Ohio.
ON FRIDAY THE 13TH:

Rush Begins
After Week
"Are you excited?" a prospective
rushee jokingly asked a friend at
lunch Friday.
"No . . . just scared," was the
reply-a sentiment echoed 'by
nearly all of the 1,400 women
students who trekked through the
slush to the first round of parties
in Panhellenic Association's For-
mal Rush schedule.
While 65 or 70 students in rush-
ing group 13 worried about the
opening day being a Friday the
13th and rushees and sorority
members alike' worried over "first
impressions," four Panhel mem-
bers at the Association's League
office got a brief respite after a
"hectic" week of preparations.
Many Details Involved
Lois, Curtis, '59Ed., rushing
chairman, Mary Wellman, '60Ed.,
chairman of rush counselors, and
their 'respective assistants, Pat
Garland, '60, :and Janet VanWag-
nen, '60E, have been occupied with
the mass of technical details in-
volved in the process.
Establishing the sororities' quo-
tas, distributing "last-minute com-
munications" to sororities and
rushees and recording students
who .haye dropped from rushing
have been completed and, Miss
curtis commented, "things should
calm down" urtil the "big days"
when the first set of invitations
are ready to be sent out.
Miss Curtis explained that all
invitations, after being processed
by IBM, must be sorted and sent
to the rushees in "about an hour's
time."
Straighten Out Difficulties

for Women
of Preparation

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Meanwhile, the four remain
posted at telephones at the League
office during each session of par-
ties to straighten out any difficul-
ties that may arise, such as the
lost rushee who called early yes-
terday evening and had to be redi-
rected to her group's location.
They and -all the rushing coun-
selors are disaffiliated from their
sororities during the rushing pe-
riod. Miss Curtis explained that
they cannot wear their sorority
pins or participate in any house
activities connected with rush.
The method "helps the rushee,"

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SUNDAY 3:30 P.M.

1429 HILL

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K@L KROSSWORD

No. 13

ACROSS
1. Greek god
5. Fraternal
follower of Chi
8. Not the same
as reshopped
10. Woman-hater's
affliction
11. Nel's on the
hook
12. Trade Last
(abbr.)
13. Slippery
customer
15.Willie says,
20. Big tree of
Big 3
23. See how
wonderfully
Kools are
26. A he and a she
28. By way of
29. Tea makes 4
Sue fat
80. Kool-America's
most refresh-
ing
33. Price of afifofum
34. Willie's milieu
35. Kind of ling
37. She specializes
in defense
39. Phooey
42. Pronouncements
from the docti
46. Test in
chemistry
48. So your gal's
done you wrong
50. What becomes
of a fraulein
51. Caviar
containers
52. It starts
tenderly'
53. Lachrymose
ending
54. An old, old
story
nn"fbi

S. Oh, to be Latin
4. Girly garment
sounds dishonest
5. Curious way to
get loose from
a clinch
6. Enraptured
7. Love story
doesn't sound
like work
9. Used the eye
approach
14. It's evil to
do it backward
15..How sex begins
16. What gal BA's
go on to become
17. Prench egg
18. On which Dad
asked Mom
19. Rockette
without rock
20. And so on
21. Oahu-type
r necking
22. Guy who makes
time with a
gal you can't
24. This is to
be tied
25. A Waller
27. Any guy whose
name you
don't know
31. Southern fellow
32. This is soft
when down
36. This hooey is
off the bottom
87. How their
scents travel
88. A little ground
40. Kind of ran
41. Switch from
- to Kools
43. She's mostly
decor
44. Stepped on
45. Girl from
Annapolis

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