R17, 1I$U THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mary Markley Kitchen Features
Intercoms, Pop-Up Dishes, Food
Assembly Council Decides
To Decrease Membership
By BECKY MOSEN
Women's Senate will feature a
discussion on "impersonal" fac-
ulty-student relationships at their
meeting at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Henderson Rm. of the League.
Penny Reynolds, chairman of
the Senate, and Ann Morrison, her,
assistant, will discuss with the rest
of the Senators the course evalu-
ations going on in the literary col-
lege in light of the "tendency to-
ward impersonal relationships" in
a large state university.
"The relationships at present
are too stiff," commented Miss
"For instance, how much do
English conferences usually
cover?" She feels that both stu-
dent and teacher merely feel ob-
ligated to attend such a meeting.
"In a history lecture of 200,"
she asked, "how can a professor
possibly get to know all of his
Miss Morrison noted that a fac-
ulty member will discuss the same
issue at the next Women's Senate
The Senate may also discuss to-
morrow the recent faculty-senate
resolution concerning the Sigma
Faculty Senate last week re-
solved to smuport SGC decision
finding Sigma Kap-,, sorority in
violation of the University dis-
All Senators will have the op-
portun'ty to participnte in a gen-
eral talk about FacultyrSenate
and Women's Senate relation-
ships, Miss Morrison aidded.
By NORMA SUE WOLFE
Elevated stainless steel equip-
ment and signs like "Are your fin-
gerprints guilty?" highlight the
Mary Markley kitchen.
The apparatus in most kitchens
is mounted on the floor, but one of
Markley's most distinctive features
is that the equipment is all
mounted from the walls.
The purpose of this elevation is
.to make cleaning and access to
plumbing easier. Visiting archi-
tects have toured Markley and
marveled at one of the country'sE
first elevated kitchens, according
to a kitchen official.
Against one wall of the kitchen
is an elevated, glass-surrounded
office. From there dietitian Eliza-
beth Hyde can see what's cooking.
Miss Hyde was graduated from
Michigan State University in 19531
with a bachelor's degree in home
economics. She worked at the Uni-
versity four years, then returned
to Michigan State for graduate
work. Her duties involve planning
menus, ordering food and super-
vising production and employees.
In order to keep in touch with
the employees, Miss Hyde may also
make use pf one of six intercom
sets. These are located in the
office, kitchen, bake shop, receiving
room and each of the two serving
The kitchen is staffed by 35K
full-time and approximately 100
part-time employees. The first em-
ployee arrives at 5:45 a.m. and the
last leaves at 8 p.m. daily.
In order to feed 1,200 *omen in
four separate dining rooms, allow-
ing them 50 minutes per meal,
some of the employees prepare one
meal, serve it, and clean up. Dur-
By KATHLEEN MOORE
SOUP--Chief chef Carl Soper sti
Hyde adds a "pinch" of salt. Alt]
in the kitchen, one is sufficientt
Markley women in a matter of
ing the last stage, others work
on the next meal.
Most Markley women use the
apparatus in the third floor serv-
ing rooms every day. For break-
fast one day, the button on the
automatic milk machine in dining
room four was pushed 255 times,
149 times for whole and the rest
for skim milk. Markley-ites drink
180 gallons of milk per day.
Behind the serving line is a rowa
of refrigerators for storage of 10-
gallon milk cans, salads and des-
serts. Roast beef (325 pounds is
devoured per meal), other meats'
and vegetables are kept warm in
hot serving trays.
Dishes for serving are arranged
on springs so that they will pop up
Sets Holiday Sing
A Christmas-Chanukah folksing'
will take place at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row at the Michigan Union.
The sing is open to the campus
and is sponsored by the U-M Folk-
lore Society, Barry Kalish, '61, a
member of the group reports.
Assembly Dormitory Council
voted unanimously Monday to de-
crease its membership probably
beginning next semester, from
about 50 to 23 representatives.
In a roll call vote on a slate of
constitutional changes and addi-
tions, the Council replaced the
section providing for proportional
representation with a clause stat-
ing that the group "shall con-
sist of one representative from
each house" to be elected and to
serve as a voting member of her
The changes, which also include
provision for calling a referendum
on issues the Council may con-
sider important to the entire body
of independent women and speci-
fications for the establishment of
a Presidents Council, will be pre-
sented to Student Government
Council for approval at its first
meeting after Christmas vacation,
according to Pat Marthenke, '59,
Assembly president and chairman
of the Council.
Would Allow Interchange
-Daily-Harold Gassenheimer The proposed President's Coun-
irs soup while dietitian Elizabeth cil, Miss Marthenke explained,
ough there are four soup kettles would allow house presidents to
meet whenever necessary to
to cook enough soup for all the "share ideas and complaints" and
minutes. to discuss issues affecting inde-
into easy reach of the server. .Apendent women about which up-
henp-ourselfybreaddisheserrhaperclass women might have more
help-yourself bread dispenser has knowledge.
a built-in roll warmer underneath. She cited the current issue of
Behind the scenes is the first whether or, not spring rush will
floor bake shop. It is equipped be continued as one example of a
with a rotary oven, shelves of case where the house presidents,
which rise to meet the baker's because of their experience, would
hand, and an automatic pie-crust be able to compare the results of
rolling machine. both spring and fall rush.
On the right in the main kitchen Both Miss Marthenke and Joan
on the third floor are three Pres- Comiano, '61, hirman ohe
sure cookers for vegetables an evaluation committee whichre-
I four soup kettles. One kettle tipelainr ented thecite changes, exchpree
for easy serving, another is 40 satisfaction at the unanimity with
inches in diameter and will hold
80 gallons of soup, while the other
two have capacities of 60 gallons
Mixer, Soper Seen
In the center of the floor is a
large mixer, used to whip potatoes.
On the left is chief chef Carl
Soper, who is busily arranging city
chicken on toothpicks.
After farming and working in
a local restaurant, Soper began
his chef apprenticeship at Mosher-
Jordan Hall in 1937. He has
worked at the University 20 years.
Walk-in refrigerators labelled
"dairy products," "meat," "pro-
duce" and leftovers" line one wall.
On another wall are four fryers
and four electric grills plus a nine- \
which the proposals were accept-
The decrease in membership, al-
though it will probably entail
further changes in individual
house constitutions, will enable
the Council, Miss Marthenke said,
"to give the campus a better stu-
dent government for indopendent
women and will make i a more
Miss Comiano expressed the
conviction that the membership
change would "improve the func-
tional aspects" and make it a
group "in which each representa-
tive feels more responsibility to
Assembly Association as a whole."
By PETER DAWSON
Petitioning for the central com-
mittees of Frosh Weekend and
Senior Night will be held Dec. 17
to Jan. 6, according to Marsha
Woughter, '59Ed., chairman of the
League Special Projects Inter-
viewing and Nominating Commit-
During Frosh Weekend, next
May 8-9, two teams will each put
on an all-campus dance on con-
secutive nights. The team that
puts on the better dance wins a
prize, Miss Woughter explained.
Open (to freshmen) are fourteen
pjsitions on the central commit-
tee of each team.
No experience is necessary, Miss
Woughter said, only willingness to
K):tticipate. Any freshman wo-
man may petition.
Six positions are available for
Ser ior Night, a banquet for all
senior women Miss Woughter re-
vealed. Seniors may apply for the
Petitions for both affairs are
available now in the League Un-
dergrauate Office, Miss Wough-
Interviewing will be done Jan.
7-12 by the League Interviewing
and Nominating Committee.
Frosh Weekend positions in-
clude General and Assistant Gen-
eral Chairman; Finance, Pro-
grams, Patrons, Tickets, Produc-
tion, and Awards and 'Judges
chairmen; and chairmen .anl as-
sistant chairmen for Floor Show,
Publicity, and Decorations.
Positions open for Senior Night
are similar, Miss Woughter said.
Assembly Dormitory Council will
sponsor a tea for international stu-
dents in the residence halls at 4
p.m. today in the League.
House presidents and ADC rep-
resentatives are invited to the tea
which will also honor Agnes Mai-
tinsky, '61A&D, the Hungarian
student sponsored by Assembly
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Covington, are to send in their
contracts by Friday, according to
Bill Rude, '60, Booth chairman.
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