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Daily Makes Promotions
To Senior Staff Positions

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NEW STAFF-The Board in Control of Student Publications announced its appointments to the sen-
ior staffs of The Daily. Among the new senior editors are: Michael Sattinger, Debbie Beatie, John
Kenny, Louise Lind and Ann Gwirtzman. The new senior business staff ihcludes: Jay Gampel, Bar-
bara Johnson and Judy Goldstein.

Across Campus,

Arbor resident. Kenny is an Eng-
lish major ffom Royal Oak, Mich.
Deborah Beattie replaces Mar-
jorie Brahms, '64. Her position will
not be permanent until she re-
turns from her junior year abroad
at the Sorbonne in Paris. She is
a member of Alphi Phi sorority.
Miss Lind will be in charge of
the. magazine, as was her prede-
cessor, Gloria Bowles, '64. She is
an English honors student and a
member of Mortarboard honor so-
On the business staff, Miss Pau-
ker follows Peter Aronsen, '64.
From Queens, N.Y., she is also an
English major and a member of
Chemistry major Miss Goldstein,
from Youngstown, Ohio, replaces
Lee Jastros, '64. She is a member
of Alpha Lambda Delta honorary
Miss Johnston, from Hunting-
ton Woods, Mich., takes on a new-
ly-created position for the busi-
ness staff. She is a history major.
Judith Lepofsky, '64, is follow-
ed by Jay Gampel. He is an eco-
nomics major from Detroit.
Another new position went to
Miss Schemnitz. A member of Sen-
ior Society, she is a Spanish ma-
jor from Milwaukee, Wis.
Appointments were announced
at the Student Publications Build-
ing shortly before 8:00 p.m. last
night. The announcements fol-
lowed a meeting of the Board in
Control of Student Publications at
which final consideration was giv-
en to the selections for'the staff

In spite of the surgeon-general'sk
report on smoking, the sale of
cigarettes has been generally un-
affected in Ann Arbor.
Cigarette sales initially went
down as much as 22 per cent in
local drug and tobacco stores, but
they have, at this time, resumed
their previous sales level.
Sales of cigars and pipes have
gone up considerably. One local
tobacco-seller reports a 100 per
cent increase in the sale of pipes
and accessories since the report
came out. The demand has been
so great in places, that some pipe
manufacturers are having diffi-
culty supplying it.
Women Too
Women have taken up pipe-
smoking also. More than three
dozen women have purchased
pipes recently, one local merchant
reported. One manufacturer is
even marketing a new "feminine"
pipe which is smaller and thin-
ner than the standard size pipe.
"We're a bit leery about this
new trend," commented one pipe
salesman. "We don't think it will
have a long lasting effect."
A Union administrator noted
that this is not a new innovation
but an old fad.
"Women were smoking pipes
years ago in some of the sorority
houses here. It didn't mean any-
In addition to the rise of pipe
sales, merchants report a slight
increase in sales of cigars, cigaril-
los and filter cigarettes. Many of
the non-filter brands have remain-
ed steady in sales, being only
temporarily affected by the smok-
ing report.
One permanent effect of the
report was the action taken by
the medical school recently. It
was announced that all cigarette
machines would b6 removed from
buildings that form this segment
of the University. No action, has
been taken by other colleges, how-

Prof. Mark H. Ingraham of the
University of Wisdbnsin will speak
on "Truth: an Insufficient Goal,"
at 4:15 p.m. today .in Rackham
Housing Problem's.---
Two Ann Arbor landlords and
two University housing officials
will lead a panel discussion on
housing problems at 7 p.m. today
in Rm. 528B of the SAB. Peter A.
Ostafin, assistant to the vice-pres-
ident for student affairs; will mod-
Russian Theatre ..
Norris Houghton, noted author-
ity on Soviet drama, will speak
at 8 p.m. today in the League Ball-
room on "Contemporary Russian
Theater" under the sponsorship of
the Professional Theater Program
and the Creative Arts Festival.
Berlin ..
Prof. Karl Reichenbach of the
history department will speak on
the "Political Image of Berlin"
today at 7:30 p.m. in the Multi-
purpose Rm. of the UGLI.
Red China...
Lester S. Bork, president of the
Detroit Economics Club, will speak
on "France's Recognition of Red
China: Will It Affect East-West
Relations?" at 7:30 p.m. today
in the Law Club Lounge.
Minority G oups ...
Hiroshi Wagatsuma, acting di-
rector of the University of Cal-
ifornia's Institute of Human De-
velopment, will speak on "The
Honor Units
Name Members
Two University honorary fra-
ternities-the South Quadrangle"
Quadrants Honorary and the wo-
men's Senior Society-recently
tapped new members.

Outcastes: Minority Group Prob-'
lems in Japan" at 8 p.m. today
in the West Conference Rm. of the
Rackham Bldg.
International Tea ...
There will be an International
Tea sponsored by Junior Panhel-
lenic Association from 4-5:30 p.m.
today at Alpha Delta Pi.
Religion.. .
Leslie Paul, British author, will
speak on "Honest to God?" at 4:10
p.m. today in a lecture sponsored
by the Office of Religious Affairs
in Aud. A.


Yearbook Names New Staff


MICHIGANENSIAN STAFF-Appointments to the Michigan-
ensian senior staff were made public last night by the Board in
Control of Student Publications. They include: Joan Wolfsheim-
er, layout and -design editor; Patti Joseph, personnel director;
Diane Pierson, copy editor.

featuring Frank Kuntz
Tues., Thurs. & Sat.
Del' Rio Bar
122 W. Washington

The South Quadrangle Quad-
rants, recognizing outstanding
service and participation within
South Quadrangle, has become
co-educational this spring
Senior Society, organized for
unaffiliated women, bases its cri-
teria for membership on leader-
ship and service in extra-curricu-
lar activities.
Elected to the South Quadrangle
Quadrants were: Jack B. Arbuth-
not, '66, Dana M. Bedore, '66,
James E. Davis, '66, Nancy M.
Freitag, '64, Mary F. Moore, '65
and John R. Phillips, '66E.
Tapped for Senior Society were
Patricia Griffin, '64, Mary Lou
Butcher, '65, Aletta Biersack, '65,
Ann Walter, '65N, Mary Van de'
Walker, '64, Nancy Freitag, '64,
Carol Dustin, '65N, Elody Mondo,
'65, Betsy Wigginton, '65, Norma
Weinstock, '64, Mary Moore, '65
and Ruth Schemnitz, '64.

Forget to pick up your ticket for the.
Tickets to Metropolitan are $1.50
and to Willow Run $1.25.
Buses will leave every 2 hours
between 12:30 and 6:30
Tickets may be purchased in the
Fishbowl on March 18 and 19
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.





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International Students Association
Michigan Union

Union-League Creative Arts Festival
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