THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Foresters Take First at Conclave,
Vie with Midwestern niversities
To Take Part
conclave this year. Dareld Davis,
'60NR, was teamed with Martin in
the two-man event victory.
George Stec, '61NR, placed sec-
and in chain throwing, an event
which tests how fast a measuring
tape used in surveying work can
be unwound and rewound in a
prescribed manner. Hoyt Whee-
land, '60NR, tied for second in
The conclave is an annual
meeting of midwestern forestry
schools for a weekend of fellow-
ship and competition.
Pi Lambda. Theta, honor so-
ciety for women in education, has
initiated twenty-six new mem-
Initiates include Elain R. Cap-
lan, '59; Ruthmary W. Cohen,
Spec.; Mary L. Harvey, '59, Ed.;
Dorothy L. Ouradnik, Grad.; Ju-
dith M. Marckwardt,'59; Mary A.
Pfundt, '59 Ed.; Beverly A. Bleak-
ley, '59Ed.;< Carol J. Akey, '60Ed.;
Joyce I. Berman, '59Ed.; Sarah G.
Weiner, '59; Rosemary A. Komin-
ek, '59, Flint College; and Elsie L.
Other new members are Pamie
E. Rentrop, '59; Marlene Y. Men-
zel, '60; Mary Ellen G. Collins, '59,
Flint College; Donna J. Wickham,
'59; Marian- I. Taylor, Grad.;
Eleanor L. Rusnak, '59Ed.; Judy
E. Meites, '59; Roberta G. Dorph,
'60Ed.; Beverly R. Berney, '60Ed.;
and Carol S. Umbreit, 59.
Also joining are Harrite V. Heit,
Grad.; Blanche L. Wellman,
'59Ed.; and Pearl L. Dumoff, '59,
Petitioning for the Panhellenic
co-chairman of next year's Greek
Week opened yesterday, Bev
Ford, '60, first vice-president of
Panhellenic Association, said.
Petitions may be obtained in the
League Undergraduate Office or
in front of the Panhellenic Asso-
ciation's offices in the SAB.
Petitioners are asked to place
their names on the sign-up sheets
for interviews. Petitioning will
last until Monday. Interviews will
be held Monday through Thurs-
The undergraduate chapter of
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalism fraternity, initiated
seven men Tuesday.
They are William Bradford, '59,
Frank Dombrosky, '62, Fred Holt,
'59, David Lyon, '60, Douglas Mc-
Cormick, Grad., James Seder, '61,
and Thomas Turner, '60.
Emmons To Review;
Jets, Aircraft To Fly
Over City in Morning
By FRED KATZ
Nine hundred University ROTC
cadets will pass in review tomor-
row as part of the annual Armed
Forces Day celebration.
The ceremonies, involving fu-
ture Air Force, Navy and Army
officers, will begin at 10 a.m. at
the presentatio'n of
standing cadets by
review will be
awards to out-
Dean Emmons To Review
Associate Dean of Engineering
Walter J. Emmons will be. the re-
4iewing officer. He is ;a former
chairman of the University's mili-.
tary advisory committee.
Also on the reviewing stand will
be the heads of the three military
branches at the University: Capt.
Philip W. Mothersill, professor of
naval science; Lt. Col. Alfred D.
Belsma, professor of air science,
and Col. Ernest A. H. Woodman,
professor of military science and
Four other military exhibitions
will participate in the half-day
To Demonstrate Attack,
Immediately following the re-
view, the Ann Arbor Marine Re-
serve Platoon will demonstrate the
attack of a fortified position.
The University's state cham-
pion Pershing Rifle Drill Team
will give an exhibition of its
award-winning fancy drill routine.
Two flights of Air Force air-
craft will pass over the city during
the morning. At 8:45, six C-119's
(Flying Boxcars) will fly through
followed at 11:35 by four F-86
Supersonic Jet Fighters.
To Display Missile
The Army will display a Nike
Ajax Guided Missile from Battery
A, Second Missile Battalion, De-
troit Defense Area at Ferry Field.
The missile will be on display all
morning beginning at 9:30 a.m.
University, civil and military
dignitaries will be honored guests.
Bleachers will be installed for the
Positions are still open on the
stunt, poster, program, and gener-
al publicity committees for Soph
According to Steve Vile, '62, and
Suzie Smith, '62, publicity co-
chairmen, conflict with various
other campus activities has left
several openings on these commit-
tees for interested freshmen.
Although many people signed
up at the mass meeting last week,
they added, there is still room for
anyone who wants to sign up.
Those wishing to sign up may
do so in the League Undergradu-
ate Office any time between today
OUT FROM UNDER-This synchronized rise from the depths of
the Women's Swimming Pool is part of the act given by the Michi-
fish in their annual club show, given tonight, tomorrow and
Sunday afternoon by this club and their training organization, the
Ghost To Lead Swimmers
Through 'Attic Antics' Here
The Michifish-Michifin swim-
ming show, "Attic Antics," will be- of Michifish, will swim the part
gin at 8:15 p.m. today at the of Casper.
Women's Swimming Pool. The scenery will be provided by
The synchronized swimmers slides projected against the pool
have planned their program walls which were made by the
around the story of Casper, the Michifish members.
friendly ghost's, trip around an This annual swimming produc-
old attic. tion is presented by the Michifish
His wanderings lead himn and the Michifins, who are being
through adventures with various trained to swim in the synchron-
objects, including a bicycle built ized shows of the advanced club.
for two, a music box, bats, spiders,
diving birds (the National Colle-
giate Athletic Association national
championship diving team), and
a Raggedy Ann and Andy. y
All of these objects provide oc--" h1
casions for swimming acts, cre-
ated under the direction of the
Michifish advisor Fritze E. Gareis.
Michifish alumnae will perform
in onie of the numbers, called "AfO -
Splash from the Past.'" The Mich-
igan diving squad will participate
in a comic diving routine.
Patsy Dernberger, '59, president
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