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r TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1948

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League Offices
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GAY NINETIES GIRLS-Members of the Women's Athletic Asso-
cition graphically dramatize the need for a women's swimming
pool in ungraphic but officially recognized bathing suits.


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CROWDS, COLOR AND CONFUSION-A vivid l Ird's eye view of some of 15,000 students, and
townspeople who jammed Yost Field House dun ing the great two-night MICHIGRAS. You can
almost hear the noise.

Continued from Page 1)
imi Stern, Betty Lou Zwemer and
Pat Peter.
Assembly Boird members in-
clude Margaret Frostic, Barbour,
vice-president; Mary Joe Wilson,
Mosher, secretary; Betty Richards.
Newberry, treasurer, Marian
Grant, Cook, Personnel chair-
man; Dorothy Fogel, Newberry,
Project chairman: and Marie
Hedrick, Mosher, Social chairman.
Members of Panhellenic Board
for 1948-49 are Harriet Mer-
melstin, Sigma Delta Tau, first
vice-president; Jeanne Blinn,
Kppa Kappa Gamma, second
vice-president; Corinne Schild,
Alpha Omicron Pi, secretary;
Christine Blair, Alpha Phi,
rushing secretary; and Barbara
Houghton, Delta Zeta, treasurer.
Jean Leonard, Cook, was award-
ed the Mortarboard scholarship,
and Betta Barna, Jordan, received
the Delta Delta Delta scholarship.
Members of the Judiciary Coun-
cil are Eileen Hickey, Pi Beta Phi,
secretary; Marcia Lipsett, Sigma
Delta Tau, senior member; Joan
Sheppard, Betsy Barbour, Marge
Flint, Alpha Phi, and Mary Riggs,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, junior
members. Sophomore aides are
Virginia Stoddard, Pi Beta Phi,
Marjorie McClean, Mary Markley,
Nancy Notnagel, Delta Gamma,
Pat Isbel, Alpha Xi Delta and Ag-
nes Wadell. Alpha Gamma Delta.
Eileen Scanlon, Kappa Delta,
is secretary of the Interviewing
Council for the coming year.
Junior members are Pat Reed,
Joyce Atchison and Charlotte
Eagle. Sally Slocum, Jacque-
lyn Rau and Jeri Rich are soph-
omore members.
The following women were
tapped by Scroll: Jeanne Blinn
Bernice Calkins, Nancy Culligan,
Martha Delano, Dorothy Ellis,
Harriet Fenski, Corinne Firth, Vir-
ginia Garritsen, Ann Gestie, Mary
Lou Hill, Joan Kampmeier, Mar-
cia Lipsett, Nancy Musselman,
Virginia Nicklas, Corinne Schild,
Ann Schoonmaker, Shirley Smith,
Gwen Sperlich, Mary Stierer and
Mary Carolyn Wright.
Orientation committee mem-
bers are Billy Perekins, trans-
fer chairman; Ruth Ann Han-
sen, information booths; Sophia
Holley, secretary and Shirley
Kallman, social chairman.
Junior assistants in the League
are Carold Richards and Jo Ann
Lyons, publicity; Danno de Harde,
assistant secretary; Monica Geig-
er, Dorothy Malanick, Marjorie
Hehn and Barb Seeger, Ruthven
Teas; Edith Andrews and Jody
Johnson, special events; Carol
Tuer, Jackie Zipp, Miriam Cady
and Joyce Gould, Merit-Tutorial;
and Joyce Keen, Mary Davidson,
Esther Kaufman and Margaret
Prine, personnel.
Included on the Dance Class
committee are Jeanne hunt, fi-
nan- chairman; Janet Taylor
and Arlene Brice, senior cap-
tains; Maxine Reid and Frances
Foley, junior captains; and Dor-
othy Meyers and Joy Williams,
sophomore captains.
Casbah committee members are
Jackie Ward, floorshow chair-
man; Ellie Littlefield and Pauline
Zimmerman, floorshow assist-
A meeting of all tag day post
captains will be held at 4:15
p.m. today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
Dormitory and League House
presidents must turn in their
tag day post lists at their meet-
ings today, according to Irma
Eichhorn, Assembly president.

Office and Portable Models
of all makes
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted

ants: Ann Sauer, posters and de-
orations; Jo Bell, assistant:; Mary
Ann Harris, publicity; and Ber-
nice Calkins, personnel.
New members of the WAA Exec-
utive Board are H osem ar e
Schoetz, Gamma Phi Beta. \ ice-
president; Betsy Bousfield,. appi
Kappa Gamma, secretary: Mar-
garet Fristic, Barbour, Intrim-
ral manager: Betty Cole, Gainrra
Phi Beta, A.FC.W.; Ruth Ann
Hansen, Chi Omega, participa-
ticn; Jan Oliver. Alpha Phi,
dormitory manager; Helen Hiub-
bard, Pi Beta Phi, sorority man-
agr; Margaret MacDouall, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, League House
manager; Cynthia Finn. Kappa
Alpha Theta, general publicity:
and Mary Ann Harris. Alpha Xi
Delta, Daily publicity.
WAA sports managers are
Beverly Hawes, archery; Nancy
Somers, badminton; Inez Mil-
ler, ballet; Jeri Mulson, basket-
ball; Virginia Correll, bowling;
Carol Tuer, camp counselor's;
Marian Robinsin, fencing; Buf-
fy, golf; Barbara McReady,
hockey; Ruth Ann South, ice
skating; Priscilla Ball, lacrosse;
Edith Daniels, modern dance;
Sue Robinson, outing; Zola
Shipman, rifle; Libby Rens-
ford, Michifish; Marilyn Shel-
don, sofetball; Janet Marshall,
table tennis; and Barbara
Reynolds, tennis.
Gini Campbell, Pi Beta Ph, i:
chairman of Junior Girls Play for
next year. She will be assisted by
Pat Lewis, Gamma Phi Beta. Oth-
er members of the central com-
mittee are Betty Jo Faulk, dire-
tor; Dorothy Fogel, assistant di-
rector; Mary Wilson, secretary;
Shirley Osgood, treasurer; Laura
Nasset, costumes; Marcia Ames,
dance; NancyN Williams, make-up:
Katherine Mills, music; Adele Ha-
ger, lyrics; and Sue Hendrian,
choral director.
The JGP list continues with
Nancy Cupples, programs: Sally
Goodyear, properties; Kathleen
McPherson, publicity; can
Russ, assistant for Daily public-
ity; Marilyn Stone, assistant for
posters; Mary Stewart, scenery;
Edith Livermore, script; 1111
Bohnsack, stage manager; Rita.
Schubot, assistant stage manag-
er; Marlyn Bates, tickets; and
Lois Kennery, ushering.
Ethel Morris, Newberry, was
named Soph Cabaret Chairman.
Other committee members are
Barbara Reynolds, assistant chair-
man; Bev Baron, secretary; Mary
Thorn, assistant secretary; Elainel
Nagelvort, treasurer; Jean Lange,
assistant treasurer; Virginia Ross,;
decorations; Laurelyn Lamy, as-
sistant decorations; Mary Grace
Aldrich, refreshments; Pat Breon,d
special booths; Marcia Ziskind,
program; Renee Pragelman, pub-
licity; an Charlotte Volker, as-
sistant publicity.
Also included on the Sopht
Cabaret central committee are
BetsyVial, tickets; Joan Broom-
field, assistant tickets; Maxine
Pearson, floorshow director;f
Hope Schaidler, assistant floor-
show director; Lydia Wilhelm,2
costumes; Vivian Milan, dance;
Jean Beeman, make-up; Carylr
Daly, music; Sylvia Folz, assist-c
ant music; Mary Maguire,
script; Juanita Brown, usher-1
ing; Ellen Van Wagoner, stager
manager; and Martha Bryant,r
assistant stage manager.
Women's Glee Club officers for
1948-49 are Ruth Spore, president;

Ann Parker, vice-president; Jean
Dennis, SeeraTry; Nan Hubach,
busim <ssmanaIe: Dorotby Jemal
;publi;y-hi:Aorian and Patricia
Iollis, librarian.
F'resnan o rientation advisors
tor the College of Literature, Si-
ence and the Arts for next fall are
Eureaia 1MarCallum, Ann Grif-
fin, Barbara Ream, Barbara Cros-
by, Ilana Fietze, Nancy Hess,
Eileen Sanlon, Frances Hall, Ber-
nice Calkins, Mary C. Peters,
Katherine A. leminer Shirley
Smith, Jackie Reid, Joyce Aatchi-
son, Lois Steere, Virginia Nich-
olas, Mary Daugherty, Elinor Hor-
owitz, Arlene Brice. Mary Buell,
Mary Wilkinson. May Carolyn
Wright, Alice Anderson, Miriam
Krause, Betty Jo Faulk, Nancy
Williams, Nancy Symons, Heen
Starr, Pat Ja:nes. Pat Reed, D b-
by Dubinski and Jody Johnson.
The list continues with Paul-
ine Johnston, June hill, Chris-
tine Blair, Jean Sheppard, Viv-
ian Frazier, Bernice Adler, Ruth
Fairbank, Susa n Robinson,
Cath'rine Campbell, Pat Lewis
and Audrey Buttery.
Other freshman advisors are
Audrey Crawford, dental hy-
giene; Betsy Bousfield, physical
education; Sue hlendrian, Ann
SI aler and Pat Baumgarten,
mnUsi(; Mary Hill, Jayne Sem-
sker, Carol Warren and Marge
Slalaii aI'cliieelture.
i eservts are F'ane's Litte,
Ia Kellog, Joann Lyons, Con-
fie skall, Virginia Moore, San-
dra Loeb, Barbara Maul, Ruth
Franknustein, Nancy Constan-
tine and Beverly Dipple.
Transfer orientation advisors
for the literary colle' E are Eliza-
beth R. Vinieratas, Ann Achoon-
maker, Jane Golan, Barbara
Latn. 1li: abeth Myers, Betty
Sheperd, Corinne Firth, Gretch-
en Mar kle, Jeannie Johnson, Alice
Steele, Donna DeHarde, Elizabeth
Barss, Betty Barna, Mary Briggs,
Hlarriet Felsenthal and Alice
Jane N. Williams, Arlette
Harbour, Katherine Mills and
Elizabeth Hildebrant are advis-
ors for the School of Music;
Jean Rae and Camille Prch,
pharmacy; ( ynthia Finn, Ann
aucr, Shirley Ann hahn and
;h;la Lee Ryburn, architec-
ture; Margaret Frostic and Jean
BOOS, edu'ation; and Della
Kutis and elen Gibson, public
health and dental hygiene.
Reserve transfer advisors are
Phyllis Walters, Dorothy Ann
Baveock, Ann Weiner, Marie
Hearick and Natalie Elioa.
Quad Glee Clubs
To Hold Dinner
The West Quad Glee Club will
be dinner guests of the East Quad
Glee Club tomorrow.
Dinner will be served in one of
the new dining rooms in the East
Quadrangle addition, and an in-
formal joint rehearsal will be held
afterwards in the Greene House
The two clubs have about 30
members each, and are under the
direction of A. J. Rogers, III, of
West Quad, and Lewis R. Wil-
liams, Jr., of East Quad.
Each Glee Club is preparing a
recital to be given at the Quad-
rangles later this month.
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YOU WIN A SEEGAR-A brawny coed rests after a vicious
attempt to demolish the Phi Gamma Delta's prize-winning atom
smashing machine. The Phi Gammas also walked off with top
parade honors.
Pictures contributed by ALEX LMANIAN,
student free lance piotograpier

ONLY TEMPORARY-Two students stare wistfully at some professorially polished apples outside
the booth sponsored by Zeta Tau Alphal The good will gesture was short lived-the exam schedule
appears on Page 4 of today's Daily.

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