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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1964

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;00 NEW MEMBERS:
Fraternities Complete Rush, List Pledges

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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3:45-6:10 and 8:45

Inter-Fraternity Council recent-
ly released the following list of
new pledges for the 1964 spring
rush:
ACACIA
Michael Krauff, '67; Donald Morelli,
'67; Douglas Stetson, 66; Walter Zemke,
'68
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alexander Bragdon, '67; William Cha-
pin, '68; Richard Crockett, '67; Robert
Culver, '67; Ernest Dunn, '67; John
Esch, '66; Alexander Griswold, '67;
Charles Harley, '67; John Hartwig, '67;
N'eill Hollenshead, '66; James MacBain,
'67; Robert Wilder, Jr., '66.
ALPHA EPSILON PI
Harvey Bellman, '67: Harry Bloch,
67; David Gassman, '66; Richard Gehl,
'67; Lawrence Horwitz, '67; Neal Kulick,
'68; Joseph Sobel, '68; Raymond Weitz-]
man, '67; Michael Wengroff, '68; Steven
Zarit, '67.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Roger' Blain, '67; Thomas Frederick,
'67; Carroll Haas, '67; Jon Ladd, '67;
Jon Miller, '66; Benjamin Perry, '67;
Ronald Raczkowski, '66; Charles Suth-
erland, '67; James Wright, Jr., '66.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Harold Burroughs, '67; William How-
ard. '66; Ernest Humphreys, '67; John
Judge, '67; Thomas Kramer, '65; James
Macember, '68; Lucius McKelvey, '67;
Eric Nelson, '67; Allen Parsley, '67;
Stephen Ramsy, '67; Robert Riley, '67;
Van Roy Sandstrom, '67; Garyl Van der
Voort, '67; Joseph Williamson, '67; James
Yeakley, '67; Stanley Zientek, '67; John
Surprenant, '68; Neil Watkins, '67.
BETA THETA PI
'Richard Fortlage, '67; Frank Nunley,
'67; William Waterman, '67; Douglas
Eschtruth, '67; Michael Peregon, '67;
John Ross, '67; Robert Brown, '67; Wil-
liam Fette, '66; Mark McGuire, '67;
Robert Heitzman, '66; Julian Tyler, '67;
Joseph Dayton, '68; James SeIber, '67;
Dean Arfstrong, '67; Donald Palmer, '67.
CHI PHI
Richard Anderson, '66; John Finkel-
mann, '67; Robert Hawley, '68; Tom
Ittner, '68; Stephen Krentzky, '67; Rob-
ert Lewis, Jr., '68; Ross Mahachek, '67;
Francis Miller, '67; James Rozsypal, '68;
John Saveland, '67; Edmund ThaI, '67;
Jay Wiley, '67.
CHI PSI
John Buzynski, '67; Wallace Gabler,
'66; Steven 1landlos, '66; Scott Marston,
'67; Roger Vanko, '67.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Robert Anthony, '67; George Boyd,
'67; John Bullington, '67; William Gil-
bach, '67; David Gould, '67; Kreekle
Green, '67; Richard Greene, '67; Miles
King, '67; David White, '67; Thomas
Wiseley, '67; Edward Yesser, '66.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Owen Breed, '67; Bruce Carr, '67; Mi-
chael Casselman, '67; Gerald Foster, '67;
Lynn Furman, '66; Robert Kovacs, '66;
Pro Musica Set
To Give Programs
The New York Pro Musica, con-
ducted by Noah Greenberg, will
Present a program of "Music of
Burgundy,. Flanders and Spain"
at 8:30 p.m. today in Rackham
Aud.

Bruce Larva, '67;,Carl Meier, '67; Gil-
bert Premo, '67; Mark Ryan, '65.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Thomas Brooks, '67; Joseph Cutro, '67;
David DeFouw, '67; James Freier, '67;
Merrill Gilfillan, '67; William Gray, '67;
William Groft, '67; Richard Havelka,
66; Robert Hildreth, '67; David Mc-
Laughlin, '66; Darrell Milburn, '67; Marc
Mulholland, '67; Kurt Neumann, '67;
Terrence O'Connell, '67; John Parisian,
67; John Patterson, '67; Thomas Tilley,
'67; John Vry. '67; Montgomery Welch,
'67; Thomas White, '67.
DELTA UPSILON
William Abbott, '67; Harlan Bloomer,
'66; Robert Butterfield, '67; James Caist-
er, '66; Gregory Curtner, '67; Paul Duem-
Ier, '66; Richard Greenough, '67; Jack
Hanover, '67; Nathan Higbie, '67; Rob-
ert Jackson, '67; John Kazmierzak, '67;
William Kokko, '67: Jerry Lohla, '67;
Kenneth MacKenzie, '67; Richard Mc-
Intyre, '67; Michael Mincher, '67; John
Mulhern, '67; John Murray, '67; James
Odle, '65; Norman Otto, '67; J. Douglas
Phillips. '67: Steven Piehl, '66; Stephen
Robertson, '67; Theodore Rose, '67; Rich-
ard Seligman, '67; Stephen Smithson,
67; Mark Sokoloff. '67; Robert Souter,
Jr., '68; Richard Stitt, '67; Roger Wal-
lace, '66; Robert Winkel, '67.
KAPPA SIGMA
James Alexander, '66; Edward Car-
ter, '66; Dale Ehresman, '67; Wilfred
Feige, '66; Geoffrey Jarpe, '67; Joseph
Lawrence, '66; James Lawson, '67; Stev-
an Myhra, '67; Kerry O'Tool, '68; Serge
Rivard II, '66; Anthony Sirna, '66;
James Shurka, '67; James Tindall, '67;
Richard Von Luhrte, '68.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Gary Ackerman, '67; Michael Bequette,
67; Thomas Cecchini, '66; Charles Deh-
lin, '66; Craig Dill, '67; Edward Downs,
'66; John Eckert, '66; Lawrence Grace,
'67; David Jepson, '66; Keith .LaFer-
riere, '67; John Lindholm, '67; Yynn
LoPucki, '66; Don Mateer, '67; John Mc-
Peak, '67; Daniel Meyer, '67; Jack Mur-
chie, '68; Frank Richardson, '67; Kim
Stertzbach, '67; Christopher Tompkins,
'67; Gary Trepod, '66; Richard Van
House, '67; Peter Vlisides, '67; Lewis
Walton, '67; Gordon Weeks, '67; Rich-
ard Wells, '66; Hugh Whiting, '67; Ivars
Zadvinskis, '66.
PHI EPSILON PI
Michael Adams, '66; Richard Bohn,
'67; Carl Cohen, '66; Thomas Copi, '67;
Marvin Freedman, '67; Larry Goldman,
'67; Robert Grody, '66; Richard Holber,
'67; Jay Kleiman, '67; Jeffrey Leeds, '67;
Steven Levenburg, '67; Steven Lynn,
67; Mark Rogow, '67; Robert Wittie,
'67.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Richard Baird, '66; Darryl Bell, '67;
Robert Bodkin, '67; Robert Boeke, '66;
Robert Chapel, '67; Russell Dejong, Jr.,
67; Ralph Duffy, '66; Andrew Falendar,
'67; Alan Greenleaf, '67; George Henry,
66; William Irwin, '65; Stephen Mel-
gaard, '67; David Nash, '67; Charles
O'Dell, '67; Tel Poulton, '67; Darrell
Schwalm, '66; Jay Shutt, '67; Peter
Van de Walker, '67; Michael Wyman,
'67; Jay Zulauf, '67.
PHI KAPPA PSI
Max Pitlosh, '67; James Howell, '67;
Edward Wagenvelt, '66; James Konicki,
'66; Richard Fortlage, '67; Dan Herst,
'67; John Manske, '67; Wallace Lyon,
'66; Richard Savery, '67; Richard May,
'67; Dennis Smith, '67; Michael Haines,
67; David Arch, '67; David Downs, '67.
PHI KAPPA TAU
Robert Alexander, '66; Ronald Alley,
'67; Charles Case, '66; John Ekin, '66;
John English, '66; Alan Heminger, '66;
Stephen Hershey, '65; Charles Kossack,

WORK BEGINS-With fraternity rush completed, the new
pledges will soon begin their traditional work sessions for the
houses. The fraternities listed more .than 500 new members, many
more than were in last year's spring pledge class.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Build-
ing before 2 p.m. of the day pre-
ceding publication, and by 2 p.m.
Friday for Saturday and Sunday.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15
Day Calendar
Basketball-U-M vs. Indiana: Yost
Field House, 2 p.m.
Wrestling-U-M vs. Iowa: Intramural
Bldg., 4 p.m.
Cinema Guild-Hitchcock's {The Thir-
ty-Nine Steps," plus short, George Grosz'
'Between the Wars": Architecture Aud.,
7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Hockey-U-M vs. Michigan State:
Michigan Coliseum, 8 p.m.
University Musical Society Chamber
Music Festival-New York Pro Musica,
Noah Greenberg, conductor, in Music of
Burgundy, Flanders, and Spain: Rack-
ham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
3rd Annual "Sounds from the Sum-
mit": today, Hill Aud. at 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
Nursing 101: Will meet on Mon., Feb.
17, at 3:30 p.m. in Room M5330 Medi-
cal Science Bldg. Spea/er-Dr. Hub-
bard, Dean of the Medical School. Sub-
ject-"Responsibility for the Patient."
Ushers Are Most Urgently Needed for
the "Sounds from the Summit" concert
in Hill Aud. on Sat., Feb. 15. Anyone
who may be interested in helping to
usher for this event will please report
to the east door of Hill Aud. not later
than 7:30 p.m., Sat., Feb. 15. See Mr.
Warner at the door.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
The Foxboro Co., Detroit, Mich. -
Seeking young Engineer to begin as a
trainee for Field Sales Organization.

Location: Cleveland, Ohio. BS in EE, ME
or ChE. Pref. 2-4 yrs. of indust. exper.
after graduation. Others considered.
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., Findlay,
Ohio-Openings include: 1) Training
Ass't. Mtkg. oriented bkgd. & interests.
2) Scheduling & Distribution Analyst-
Math & stat. bkgd. & interest. 3) Mar-
ket & Sales Analyst-Math & stat.
bkgd. & marketing oriented interests.
4) Retail Store Manager Trainees-Ag-
gressive interests in retailing & store
mgmt.
Kordite Corp., Macedon, N.Y. - 1)
Industrial Engnr.-BS in IE. Minimum
5 yrs. plant exper. in IE. National Sales
Mgr.-BS or BA with emphasis on mktg.
if possible. Minimum 7 yrs. in sales
mgmt.
* * .*
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
INTERVIEW SCHEDULE-
On Tues.. Feb. 18, Medinah, Ill. (Lake
Pake High School) will be at the Bu-
reau of Appointments to interview pros-
pective teachers. The fields they are
interested in have not'yet been an-
nouned. If you are interested in mak-
ing an appointment contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3200 SAB, 663-
1511, Ext. 3547.

SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
American Friends Service Committee
(Quaker)-Summer work & study proj-
ects for undergrads & grads: 1) Work
Camps-manual labor & community
service in USA, Latin Amer., Europe,
Middle East, Africa & Asia. 2) Institu-
tional Service Units-rec., etc. in men-
tal hospitals. homes for mentally re-
tarded or emoltonally disturbed chil-
dren & juvenile detention homes. 3)
Civil Rights & Community Relations
Projects-oVter registration & citizen-
ship educ. in South & Internes in Elem.
Educ. in Noi'th. 4) Peace Caravans -
speak on peace issues from various view-
points. 5) Internes in Community Serv-
ice-special agencies. Students earn
very little or pay to participate. Mr.s
R. Kerman will interview at Summer
Placement Mon.-Wed., Feb. 24-26, from
1:30-5 p.m.
Camp Gulliver, N.Y.-Will Interview
Tues. & Wed., Feb. 25 &= 26. Positions
open for seniors, grads or instructors
as group leaders or specialists who can
teach expertly: athletics, photography,
nature, journ., drama, music & fine
arts. Coed camp.
Camp Lawrence Corey, N.Y.-Will in
terview for this YMCA camp on Thurs.
& Fri., Feb. 27 & 28.
Chicago White Sox Boys Camp - Will
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'66; Bruce Roberts, '67; Harold Taylor,
66; David Trinkaus, '67; Carl Wick-
strom, '66.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
David Aronow, '67; Jay Bielfield, '67;
David Chait, '67; Robert Dale, '67; Paul
Dekker, '67; Richard Firestone, '67; Mi-
chael Goodman, '67; Dennis Herold, '67;
Douglas Miller, '67; Joel Morganroth,
'67; Howard Mullin, '67; Joey Silvian,
'67; Bernard Stern, '67.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Charles Guenzer, '66; William Henry,
'67; Robert MacDougall, '66; Timothy
Parrish, '67; Robert Rader, '67; Kenneth
Rasmussen, '67; Ralph Schweigert, '67;
Samuel Sias, '67; Richard Weiss, '66.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Hal Berman, '66; Dounglas Cash, '67;1
Oren Conway, '67; Thomas Fohman, '67;
Bruce Frankel, '67; Gary Friedman, '67;
Jeffrey Herman, '67; Leslie Kashdan, '67;
Michael Levy, '67; Joseph Litven. '67;
Michael Meyers, '67; Stevan Phillips,
'67; Lee Schutzman, '67; Mark Simons,
'67; Mark Singer, '67.
DELTA CHI
Gerald Konarske, '67; John Neil, '67;
Keith Plossl, '67; Carl Rohrbach, Jr.,
67.
PSI UPSILON
James Dunn, '67; Robert Golden, '67;
Thomas Kennedy, '67; John Middleton,
67; Timothy Mousseau, '67; David Pitch-
er, '67; Jorge Polo, '65; Stanley Roe, '67;
Lee Rulis, '67; John Shaw, '67; Roger
Turner, Jr., '67.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Charles Aumack, '66; Darrell Balmer,
'66; Allan Bara, '66; Floyd Day, '66;
Thomas Evans, '66; Thomas Haverstock,
'66; Allan Olson, '66; Richard Ott, '66;
Robert Reed, '67; Charles Ruzicka, '66;
Gary Schick, '66; Richard Schryer, '67;
Roger Shaw, '67; Ted Sizemore, '67;
Merle Smith III, '67; Ronald Smith, '66;
Frank Stagg, '66; Richard Stonely, '67;
Leslie Tanona, '67; Byron Tennant, '67;
Perry Tenney, '67; William Western,
'67; William Zepp, '67.
SIGMA ALPHA MU I
Jacques Abrams, '67; Robert Berger,
'67; Howard Bittman, '67; David Coop-
er, '67; William Eisman, '67; Mark Fish-
man, '67; Martin Katz, '67; Martin
Miller. '67; Peter Nemkov, '67; Howard
Shulman, '67; Miles Stone, '67; Charles
Tobias, '67; Jon Unger, '67; Howard
Warshaw, '67; Jay Weill, '67; Laurence
Winukur, '67.
SIGMA NU
Alfred Dart, '67; Richard Friedenberg,
'67; Eric Hall, '65; Gregg Hanson, '67;
Russell Haslev, '67; Frank Liebgott, '67;
John Nagy, '66; Robert-Rice, '66; Myron
Serbay, '67; William Shenk, '67.
SIGMA PHI
Richard Dymond, ,67; Jeffrey Gri-
mord, '67; Ray Ketcham, '67; Frederick
Lynch, '67; Stanley McKay, '67; David
Paulns, '67; Arthur Sherman, '67; Ran-
dall Snow, '67; Alan Tate, '66; Fred
Thomas, '67; Daniel Warden, '67.

SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Nicholas Dehaas, '67; Scott Lash,
William Patch, '65; John Sapienza,
Fred Smith, '67; Fred G. Smith,
Jeffery Walker, '67.

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TAU DELTA PHI
David Berson, '67; Steven Blatt, '67;
Howard Bolnick, '67; Ira Dury, '67; Ross
Fridson, '67; Fred Gruber, '66; Jeffery
Joseph, '67; Gary Krochmal, '67; Steven
Loewenthal, '67; Arthur Marks, '67;
Lance Mermell, '65; David Saltman, '67;
Charles Troy, '66; Melvin Weinert, '67.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Peter Fodor, '67; Rodney Lockwood,
'67.
THETA CHI
Marek Bozdech, '67; Anthony Halat,
66; Richard Louvet, '66; Matthew Plaw-
chan, '67; Kent Rakas, '67; James
Schelter, '67; David Servis, '67; Scott
Woodison, '67.
THETA DELTA CHI
Robert Aepli, '67; Ned Anschuetz, '67;
James Ball, '67; Rory Fjeldstad, '67;
Robert Kimball, '67; Charles Meeske, '67;
Gary Sasaki, '66; Larry Snoddon, '67;
Thomas Trimmer, '67.
THETA XI
John Baldwin, '68; Lee Benz, '67;
Adrian DeGroot III, '66; Richard Dob-
bins, '67; William Donehoo, '67; George
Dunham, '67; Joseph Gartner, '67; Tim-
othy Hansen, '67; Robert Haupt, '66;
Samuel Hinckley, '67; George Hutch-
ings, '67; Michael Hochim, '67;Clyde
Johnson . III, '67; John Kelley, '66;
Melbourne Livernois, '67; Douglas Mac-
Carthy, '67; David Moss, '66; Wayne
Poyer, '67; Michael Seitz, '67; Charles
Smith, Jr., '67; Evart Stevens, '67;
Thomas Wagamon, '67; Stephen Wash-
ilew, '65.
TRIANGLE
Richard Beaubien, '67; Aobert Podd,
67; Thomas Sladek, '66.
ZETA BETA TAU
Brian Bilzin, '67; David Grekin, '67;
Richard Herzog, '67; Daniel Linger, '67;
Costis Michalopoulos, '65; Samuel Os-
nowitz, '67; Richard Pomp, '67; Leon-
ard Pratt, '67; Joel Schwab, '67; Robert
Steinert, '67; David Summer, '67.
ZETA PSI
Richard Bierma, '67; William Brass-
field, '67; Lawrence Bohner, '67; Michael
Donnelly '67; Timothy Fox, '66; George
Henry, '67; Douglas Norland, '67; Paul
Pavlik, '66; Douglas Schryver, '67; Peter
Sharp, '67; Dennis Vatsis, '66.
Lane To Speak
On Oswald Case
Mark Lane, a New York attor-
ney representing Lee Oswald's in-
terests at the Warren Commission
hearings will speak today at 2 p.m.
in the Multipurpose Room of the
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