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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 24,

: Juniors Portray Jungle Politics

Students Win
Full Grants
For England
Two Michigan students, Hugh
Witemeyer, '61, and' Jonathan
Trost, '61, have won full scholar-
ships to leading British universi-
ties.
Witemeyer, chairman of Chal-
lenge, is one of 24 United States
students to win a Marshall schol-
arship, which covers all tuition and
expenses for two to three years.
He will study philosophy, politics
and economics at Oxford Univer-
sity's Lincoln College.
Trost, president of the Inter-
Fraternity Council, will study one
year at the University of London,
tuition and expenses paid, under
the Leadership Exchange Program
initiated five years ago between
the University and the University
of London.

ITCARTSBA' -- Politics in the jungle is the theme of this year's Junior Girls Play production. An
original musical satire written, composed, directed and Presented by women of the junior class, the
play wll run through Saturday night. The cast inckudes: Elizabeth Dillman, Alice Erwin, Erna
Weiner, Judy Miller, Margaret Dodd and Sue Guffey.

MARCH 23,24, 25 8:00
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN

Panhel Confirms Four Amendments.

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delegates shall by secret balloti
make the final decision in the1
election of members of Panhel'sI
Executive Council.
Officers for 1961-1962 will be
elected at a special meeting Tues-i
day. Each sorority will send three
delegates, the president and a]

representative from the other
they will have an opportunity to
hear the candidates speak before
voting.
Each house has been permitted
to decide for itself whether its
representatives will cast their bal-
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Wolverines Elect President;
Plan To Sponsor Conference

The Wolverine Club has elect-
ed Judith Caplan, '61, as the first
female president in the organiza-
tion's 11-year history.
Other officers are Arthur Bar-
nett, '63E, vice-president; Judith
Goldin, '63, secretary, and Stanley
Rodbell, '62BAd, treasurer.
Under the ew administration
the club is planning "to break with
the traditional conception of a
pep club" which operates only dur-
ing athletic seasons, Miss Caplan
said.
It will sponsor an inter-state
pep club conference at the Uni-
versity in. April to discuss the
function of the pep clubs on col-
lege campuses and possible meth-
ods of expansion. Guest schools
will be Ohio State, Indiana, No-
tre Dame, Illinois, Michigan State
Universities and smaller Michigan
colleges.
It also hopes to sponsor a foot-
Group Elects
New Officers
The literary college steering
committee yesterday elected Ruth
Gellanter, '63, and Joanne Steiner,
'63, as secretary chairman for the
coming year.
It also announced that petitions
for committee positions will be
available in Rm. 1220 Angell Hall
after spring vacation.
An open meeting of the com-
mittee will be held from 4 to 5
p.m., April 20, to give students
and petitioners an opportunity to
become familiar with the opera-
tion of the committee.

ball clinic before the footballs sea-
son next fall, aimed particularly
at girls, "who would like to in-
telligently watch the game with
their dates," Miss Caplan said.
To Consider,
U.S. History
The Eleventh Conference on
Early American History will be
held in the William L. Clements
Library today and tomorrow..
"The Indian Wars: Defensive or
Preventive" will be the topic of
discussion at the opening session
at 2:30 p.m. today.
Edgar P. Richardson, director of
the Detroit Institute of Arts, will
speak on "The Evidence of Artist
and Artisan for Colonial History"
at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting in
the Michigan Union.
Tomorrow's session will open at
9:30 a.m. with a discussion of "The
Biographical Approach to His-
tory."
University President Harlan
Hatcher will speak at a luncheon
meeting at the Union.
"Twentieth Century Liberal and
Conservative Interpretations of
Colonial History" will be discussed
at the 2 p.m. session.
Searle To Present
Philosophy Talk
Prof. John Searle of the Uni-
versity of California will give an
address on "Analytical Philoso-
phy" at 8 p.m. today in Aud. C.

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