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THEMICHIGANDAILY

Fraternities Receive 491 Pledges in Fall Rush

During the formal fall rush
period, 491 men were pledged of a
total of 984 rushees.
This represents a pledging per-
centage of 50 per cent, Howard
M u e 11 e r, '61E, Interfraternity
Council rush chairman, said.
The following men accepted'
bids to pledge:
ACACIA
Paul B. Bernstein, '63; Phillip Georg-
er, '62SM.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Thomas Midgley Eastwood, '63E; John
Richard Falker, '62; William Davis Hall,
'62; Eugene 'Albert Hand, Jr., '63; David
Paul Hohenstein, '63E; Wayne. Gary
Huebner, '64A&D; Daniel William
Krauer, '63E; Charles Fredric Krebs, 63.
Joseph Louis Lazaroff, 162E; Charles
John Mitchell, '63Ed.; Daniel James'
Murphy, '63E, James Boyd Pantlind,
'63; William Lorne Parker, '63E; Fred-
erick .Gilbert Riecker, '63; Douglas
James Shierson, '63; John William
Thornton, '63E.
ALPHA EPSILON PI
Mike Bank, '63; Arthur Barnett, '63;
Michael Bluestone, '63; Mark Cora,
'63; Philip Fietelson, 163; Steven Glunts,
'63; Gerald Melvin Kagan, '63; Louis
Allan Kamanowitz, '63; Stephen Kauf-
man, '63.
Edward 'Klotz, '63; Jeffrey Levy, '63;
Norman Lurie, "'63; Robert Lurie, '63,.
Ronald Newman, '63; Warren Raynes,
'63; George David Rubin, '63; Mark Ru-
binstein, '63; John Silverman, '63; Peter
Hill Sobel, '63; Samuel Zell, '63; Michael
Zimmerman, '63.
ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
Robert Ian Case, '63; Dale Edward
Guckenberger, '62E; Richard Harrison
Guenther, '62E; Robert Michael Tunic,
'61E.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Charles LeMoyne Burleigs, '63; Don-
ald Herbert Carmen, 63E, David George
Foster, '62; 'John Harvey Martin, '62;
Richard Alan Roy, '63 Phys. Ed.; Lynn
Lewis Waite, '63E; Howard Scott Wit-
, ALPHA TAU OMEGA a
John Hermann Enns, '63; William
David Hancock, '3E; Faris Adeeb How-
rani, '62; Robert Millea Hunt, '63; John
Frank Kowalik, Jr., '63Ed.; Daniel Con-
rad Molhoek, '63E.
Franc Neubrecht, '62Ph.; William
Kendall Newcomb, Jr., '63A&D; Freder-
ick William Roos, '62E; Robert Eugene
Servis, '63; James Kenneth Stuenkel,
'63E.; Robert Stanley Tutag, '63; John
Armstrong Waters, '63E.
BETA THETA PI
Frederic Fors Balgooyen, '62; Bruce
Anthony Beda, '62Ed'.; W. George Gal-
logly, '63; Arthur Kenny Gnewuch, '62;
John Taylor Hackett, '63; Robert Walter
Haessler, '62E.
James John Huntzicker; '63; Leonard
Keller, '62A&D; Samuel Russel MacAr-
thur, '63E; William Robert Montgom-
ery, '63; David' Alan Zimmerman, '62,
CHI PHI
David Robert Bacon, '63; Anthony
B a d a l a m e n t, '63; Andrew Dalzell
'63BAd.; Douglas DeYoung, '63E; Rob-
ert Kress, '63E; Steven Lundgren, '63,-
Ronald Suydam, '62E; Donald E.
Thompson, '63; Donald F. Zimmerman,
'63; Edward G. Vance, '63; Thomas
Richard, '62E. .
CHI PSI
Roger Lockwood Boylan, '63; Otwell
John Derr, '62; Michael Moran Ham-
mond, '62; Robert Arthur Hackathorn,
Jr., '62; John William Heyt, '63E.
Gerry David Kammer, '62E; John Hall
Ogden, '63E; John David Patterson,
inLsd 29, 'unsed srour lotusr Mr~sypp'
Kent Strikland, '63.
DELTA CHI
Brues Andrew Bala, '62; Gregory Jo-
seph Kaiser, '61.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Thomas W. Doerr, '63; John Leo Doo-
lan, '63; Donald- M. Ferguson, '63; Jo-
seph C. Johnson, '63; Eliot R. Long, '63
Denis M. Robison, '62; Anthony Ernst
Sultan, '63Ph.; John D. Watts, '62; Phil-
lip Bower White, '63Ph.; Todd W. Wool-
ery, '63
DELTA SIGMA PHI
William Cummings Albee, Bruce Al-
len Byle, David Martin Carlson, David
Carter Dunstone, David Arnold Eimy,
James Guy Freet, Robert Allen Haan,
Llewellyn Donald Howell, Charles Mac-
Huber, Donald Malcolm Hunt, Allen
Bruce Joseph, David Allen Jacobs.
Michael William Kabat, Michael
Francis Landers, Paul Merlin Melchek,
Frank Allan Cole, Owen Pyle, John
Howard Robertson, Michael David Wil-
son, George Emil Serniuk, Jr., Martin
C. Zonca.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Melvin Dana Baldwin II, '63E; Leslie
Philip, Boudrot, '61; Daniel Carling.
Brown, '63E; William Wolcott Buick,
'63E; Art Clapp, "'61; John K. Etsenhour,
162E; Robert McFarland Frew, 'GlEd.;
Robert F. Garrels, '62SM.
John Campbell Hutchinson, '63E;
David Earle Kartalia, '63; Thomas Pat-
rick McAuliffe, '63; Norman Joseph Mc-
Intyre, '61; Kelsey Carl Peterson, '63;
Robert Charles Pierce, '63E; Kim Pat-
rick Sebaly. '6i; Michael Van Westley,
'63Kd.; James Willard Wilkens, Jr., '63.

DELTA UPSILON
John Orlando Blair, '63; David Law-
rence Casbon, '63A&D; Thomas Payne
Casselman, '62; Charles David Correll,
'63; Clinton H. Gerhold, '63E; Dennis I.
Hirota, '62E.
Stanley Victor Hoover, '63; Michael
Lewis Joyce, '63Ed.; William Thomas
Kerr, '63; Cass John Kershaw, '63E;
Lawrence Monberg, '63A&D; Michael N.
Omalev, '63; David Louis Paul, '63E.
David Lawrence Randall, '63E; Roger
Brian Rickard, '63E; John Anthony
Scott, '63E Gary Edward Sutherland,
63E; William M. Watrous, '62; Peter
David Winer, '61.
KAPPA SIGMA
Richard Allen Baldwin, '63E; Eugene.
Gilbert Brown, '63E; David Brummel

L. Ruben, '63; Jeffrey C. Rubenstein,
'63; Barry Slotkey, '63; Richard L.
Sweet, '63; David L. Wintroub, '63;
Richard M. Young, '63.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Max Edward Bissey, '62; Thomas
Duncan Davis, '63; Thomas Lamonte
Davis, '63Ed.; Stephen Dee Dotson,
'64A&D; Robert Forge Finke, '63; Rus-
sell Charles Livingstone, '63; Richard
Louis Nohl, '62; Theodore Parnall, '63;
John Roland Shreves, '62E; William
Kerr Zollinger, '63.
PHI KAPPA PSI
Thomas Warren Ruggles, '62; James
Carhart Manley, '63; Juris Lielais, '62;
Lynn Michael Bartlett, '63; Arthur Alan
Shantz, '63; John Richard Moorhead,
,63E; Russell Bruce McAfee, '63; Jack
E. Matthias, '61E; Robert Orrin Hayes,
'63.
PHI' KAPPA SIGMA
Claus Beneker, '62E; Jere Hays Cort,
'61; Glenn Franklin Doyle, '63; George
Norman Heller, '63SM; Peter Allan Ja-
worski, '63; Richard Lane Maire, '62K;
Robert Paul Marcel, '63E; Stephen B.
Newlon, '63E; James Lewis Spillan, '62.
PHI KAPPA TAU
James Bartholomew Gaffney; Robert
Edward Howe, Patrick Joseph Kelly,
Peter Kopack III, William Charles
Krause, Neil Claud Williston.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Thomas D. -Carbeck, '63E; Bernard C.
Colins, '61E; Leland B. Felgner, '62E;
Richard P. Park, '63; Frederick H. Tank,
Jr., '62; Gordon Tucker, '63NR; Richard
E. Tuttle, '63.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Bill George Barris, '63; David J. Ber-
man, '63; Stanley Darryl Frankel, '63;
Mark Joel Levick, '62; Edward Alvin
Lumberg, '63; Leslie Sy Menuck, '63;
Stephen S. Schulson, '63K; lwood Ste-
phen Simon, '63; Frederick David Stein-
hardt, '63.
PSI UPSILON
Thomas Randall Ahern, '62E; Chris-
topher George Farrand, '63; James San-
ford Hale, '63; Daniel B. Hales, '63; Wal-
lace John Knox II, '63; Carmen Augus-
tine Lodise, '61; Gary Joseph Near, '62;
Robert Sutherland Spence, Jr., '63E;
Mark Wellwood Staples, '63E; Richard
Allen Sutherland, '63E.
SIGMA ALPHA UPSILON
John Charles Auld, '63; William
George Beckers, '63E; Samuel Hebard
Carter, '63E; Richard James Collins,
'61Ed.; Robert"Frank Cooper, '63; Rich-
ard G. Heiden, "'62Ed.; John Gamber
Hill, '63; Bar .Edward Hood, '63; John
Donald Kelber, '63E; Marion Richard
Kurtyka; '62Kd.
Robert John Lewis, 163E; Robert
Louis Morawsky, '62Ed.; John Lincoln
Patterson, '62; Kenneth M. Reichie,
163F; Michael George Reissing, '63;
Lawrence Phillip Sorenson, '63; John F.
Springer, '61Ed.; R. William Weldon,
163E; Frederick George Yaeger, '62.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Jeffrey B. Arnestine, '63E; Jay Ellis
Berkelhamer, '63; Michael Lewis Dean,
.'63; Roger Allan Goldman, '63; Stuart
N. Goodall, '63; Phillip Marshall Good-
man, '63Ph; David Howard Harris, '63E;
Tony John Jacob, '63; Mark Ansel
Moskowitz, '63; Allen Albert Aboler, '63;
Edwin Lee Pear, '63; Mark Howard
Saipe, '63; Robert Irwin Schaffer, '63;
David Stewart Sher, '63; Robert Sander
Sweet, '62; Robert Samuel Walters, '63;
Stan Paul Weiner, '63E; Lee Steven
Woldenberg, '63.
SIGMA CHI
Frederick Wm. Bentley, '63E; David
Arthur Collon, '63; Michael Andrew
Drake, '62E; Robert Alan Dwyer,
'62A&D; Doug Warner Eggelston, '63;
David Lambert Fleming, '63; Gary Ed-
win Frederickson. '63; Robert McCann
Furlong, '63; James Spencer Galland,
'63E.

Jozef Gerlach, '62Ed.; Neil Douglas
Graham, '63; Wm. Winfield Hallock,
'63E; Samuel Houston Hazelton, '63;
Frederick Jo Heinemann; '63; William
Charles Kinsinger, '63; Albert Charles
Leader, '63E.
John Hopkin Leete, '63E; Bill Joe
Noles, '63; Wm. Arthur Pace, '63; Robert
W. Phillips, '63; Thomas Lee Sellers,
'63E; Tadd Conrad Seitz, '63E; Terry L.
Slonaker, '62; William Ronald Tasch,
'63E; Frederick Dorr Wolf, '62.
SIGMA NU
Richard Franklin Baske, '63; Breed
Larkin Booles, '63; Dahn Douglas
Charles, '62; David Hall Floersch, '62;
Michael Shan Griffith, '62E; Jerry Allyn
Hearl, '61; Birney Charles Hoyt, '62;
Richard Bruce Laidlaw, '63; Larry Jo-
seph Nelson, '61BAd.; Otto Max Penzler,
'63.
Charles Ryan, '61; Arthur Ainsworth
Sullivan, '62: Steven Millen Taylor, '63;
James Lynn Townsend, '63E; Charles
Valentine Weaver, '63A&D; John Wm.
Welsh, '63E; Thomas Stevenson Whit-
man,s'63NR; Wm. Frederick Woodbury,
'62E; John Atkins, '63E; James Mac-
gregor Apple, '63..
SIGMA PHI
Robert Matthew Callahan, '61; Albert
Love Ely III, '63; Jeffrey Fulton Han-
way, '63; Jeffrey Woodward Hutson, '63;

Gerald Alexander Ahronheim, '62; Hen-
ry Arthur Futterman, '63; Martin Alan
Levin, '63; Herbert A. Asch, '63; Edward
Ralph Stein, '63; Robert Dale Gary, '63;
Allan David Greenstein, '62.
TAU EPSILON PHI
- Bruce Hilliard Feldman, '62; Michael
Barry Frank, '63Ph.; Bruce Paul Lan-
tinga, '62; Bruce Michael Levin, '62E;
Morris Liebling, '61BAd.; Michael Ron-
tal, '62; Richard Alan Rose, '63; David
Allan Silberg, '63; George Taft, '62E;
Donald Marvin Tractenberg, '6iBAd.;
Stanton Laurence Walker, '63.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
William Cameron Mair, '63; Thomas
Sherwin Sampeer, '63 Clifford Jack
Prentice, Jr., '63; James Allen Hender-
son, '63.
THETA CHI
-Gilbert Fisk Boyd, Jr., '6lEd.; John
W. Evans, '63; John Alan Whipple, '62E;
Patrick William Danna, '63; James
Richard Stockard, '62K.

Women
To Conduct
Annual Sale
The Ann Arbor branch of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Women will hold their annual
used book sale from 2 to 9 p.m.
Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday at the International Cen-
ter.
This annual sale offers a great
variety of used books at reduced
prices, including paperbacks, text-
books, fiction and national maga-
zines.
Profits from the sale will be used
for international study grants and
fellowship awards. Between 45 and
50 women, usually with careers
already launched, are brought to
the United States annually by
AAUW for a year of professional
training.
Afterwards they return to re-
sponsible posts in their own coun-
tries where they share their ex-
periences in the United States
with co-workers, students, and
professional groups with whom
they work. .
The AAUW pays travel expenses,
tuition, and room and board for
the year, unless the grantholder
has already received Fulbright
Travel Aid.

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While many of the housing units
recuperate from the hectic Home-
coming weekend, the social season
is takirg a rest. But several houses
have found enough energy to plan
the following events.
Fall scenes will decorate Cooley
House of East Quad tomorrow,
night, when it holds Its semi-
formal "Autumn Nocturne" dance.
A party will be held before the,
dance from 8 to 9 p.m. House
talent and the Kingsmen orchestra
will provide entertainment for the
dance which will last until mid-
night.
Also centering around the fall
season is the "Autumn Leaves"
dance which will be held by Fred-
erick and Kelsey houses in the
decorated South Quad dining room.'
Guests will dance to the music of
Al Blazer from 9 to 12 p.m.
"The-November Meeting of the
Greater Metropolitan Manchester'
Bridge and Tea Society" will be
called to order at 8:30 tomorrow
night at the Tau Kappa Epsilon
fraternity house. A pianist will
entertain while the guests play,

cards, and Bob Elliott will s
the music for dancing.
Delta Sigma Phi fraternit
turn its house into a Rathi
tomorrow night at 9 p.m. Di
tions will involve a Bavaria
ting, with guests in German
including Tyrolean hats,
hosen, and red suspenders. A!
man band will furnish the
for the members and their c
White To Le
SGC Semina
Prof. Leslie White of th
thropology department will :
discussion on "The Science o
ture" at 4 p.m. today in the
ors Lounge of the UndergrE
Library.
Prof. White's analysis o
book is a part of a series of
nars sponsored by the Si
Government Reading and i
slion Program. The seminar i:
to the public.

THETA DELTA CHI-
Thomas Wilson Gething, '61;
Howard Rich, '62..

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THETA XI
Robert Thornhill Benedict, '63E; Da-
vid Dickinson Berry, '63E; G. Barton
Borland, '63E; Harold G. Dittrich, '63E;
David Peter Fauni, '62; Mark W. Hall,
'64A&D; Philip G. Hall, '63E; Kenneth
A. Hoedenian,, '63E.
John P. Hopkins, '63; Lee Larson,
'63E; Gordon H. MacCleary, '63E; Ken-
neth R. Maurer, '63E; John C. Maxwell,
'63; Paul C. Merlo, '62E; Richard A.
Ogar, '63; Jay W. Pease, '63E; Jeffrey A.
Smith, '62E; John L. Thompson ,'63;
John J. Werner, Jr, '63E; Edward W.,
Wood, '62; James William Zoellner, '63E.
TRIGON
Richard Thomas Gagnon, '62E; James
Stanley Schlee, '63E.
ZETA BETA TAU
Max Apple, '63;. Steven Basch, '62; A.
Willaim Chayes, '63; Edward Fishma I
'63; Lawrence Hoberman, '63; David
Karp,L 63; Howard Kleckner, 63; Bruce
Leitman, '63; Gerald Office, '63; Leslie;
Ringe, '63; Stanley Saeks, '63; Jeff
Schottenstein, '63.
Barry Sherman, '63; Robert Simon,
'62; Daniel Stone, '63; Michael Wein-
berger, '63.
ZETA PSI
Paul Francis Krynicki, '62; Joseph
Kurkilam, '63E; David Mtichell Morse,
'63E.

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Cox, '61BAd. Richard Paul Diehl, '62E;
Gordon Bruce Higgins, '62E; Donald
Robert Kalen, '62E.
Thomas Joy Martin, '62E; David Lee
Nelson, '63; Richard Norman Nelson,
'62E; Steven Alan Niblock. '63E; Charles
George Smith, '63E; Michael Allen
Stoner, '63E; Charles Frederick Totten,
'61; George Elmer Wanstall, '63.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Robert Roger Broesamle, '63E; John
S. Carton, '63; Ronald G. Drummond,
'62;, Steven Cody Engle, '63; Bruce W.
Galbraith, '62SM; David M. Gaskin, '63;
Frederick Allen Herbert, '63;' Kershner,
Thomas Richard, '63.
/ 'Jecf Barnes Maebius, '63A&D; Vaso
Runyan Medigovich, '63E; John Philip
Meyerholtz, '63; Donald Edward Mitch-
ell, '3 David Lee Neisius, '61BAd.
Charles Whiting Newton, '63; Ropbert
Manley Partington, '62; John Henfrey
Smith, '61BAd.; James Charles Wolport,
'63E; Douglas Lee Zahn, '63.
PHI DELTA THETA
Michael Agee; Gary Kester Bowen,
'63; Clell Boyer, '62; Robert Dye Gus-
tine, '61BAd.; Robert Hansen Gillette,
'63E; Michael John Harmon, '63E;
James Michael Harris, '63.
John Parke Malcolm, '63E; James
William Mullen, '63; Michael Arnold
O'Neil, '63E; Paul Michael. Orme,
'64A&D; Paul Doyle Palmer, '62Ed.;
David Wilson Parsons, '63E; Thomas
William Sumner, '63; Thomas Frederick
Wile, '63E.
PHI EPSILON PI
Alan R,..Ash, '63; Robert M. Berger,
'63; Donald S. Beser, '63; Mike Blu-
menthal, '63; Donald S. Finkelman, '63;
William A. Harris, '63; Robert M. New-
ton, '63.
David J. Olen, '63; Richard L. Rein-
ish, '63; Mike S. Rosenthal, '63; Harvey

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SIGMA PHI EPSILON
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Alan Carlson, '63E; Reynolds Harvey
Campbell, '63E; John Gillis Cleveland,
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TAU DELTA PHI
Samuel Bernstein, '62; Frederick Bar-
ton Benjamin, '63; Allan 1enjaniin
Morris, '63; Marvin Stuart Greenfield,
'63; Robert Joel Wilensky, '63; Michael
Wayne Rosenberg, '63E; Jeffrey Harold
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