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' 9TNDAY, FErRTn 27, 194

-THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 7rME

Sororities Pledge

325

Women

£4s ConcentratedRushingEnds

(Cohntliviec from rage I1
rey Parnes, Judy Singer, Vivian,
Sena, Joan StIrieflin;, Anabel
Tenciler,
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA-Pa-
tricia Adams, Marian J. Allen,
Marion Birkenmeier, E l a n o r
Brockett, Marion Dane, Barbara
Demmer, Barbara Elliott, Merilyn
Granger, Edna Rollene Jackson,
Marguerite J. Kidwell, Charlotte
Ann Mettunen, Margaret Owens,
Virginia Florence Reese, Marjory
Ann Reubene, Jean Segerstrom,
Marianne Van Duzer.
** *
ALPH4 OMICRON PI - Bar-
bara E. Arter, Rosemary Clifton,
Barbara Edmunds, Gail Foster,
Charlyn Hawkins, Jean M. Hayes,
Virginia Kern, Jean Knibbe, Di-
ana Lahde, Sue Ann McCutcheon,
Janet G. Spieth, Marion Stepa-
nauskas, Lora Ann Wheeler, Max-
ine Wolfe, Joan K. Young.
* * *
ALPHA PHI - Jean Carpenter,
Beverly Caswell, Beverly Clarke,
Clara Davis, Carita Houser, Louise
Frances Leonard, Ann Mainland,
Geraldine Maraulo, Kern McKay,
Barbara L. McMahon, Rosemary
Michelmann, Elizabeth Hoyt Mil-
ler, Patricia Paton, Joanne Patter-
son, Marilyn Patterson, Mary
Howard Peterson, Kathleen A.
Rose, Suzanne Sears, Dorothy
Jean Staebler, Gloria Thomas.
* * *
ALPHA XI DELTA - Alison
Bliss, Patricia J. Brownson, Janet
E. Conroy, Virginia Lenore Her-
ring, Nancy S. Hilton, Mary Louise
Hook, Irene Kole, Barbara R.
Ochs, Jacqueline Priebe,. June
Scheffler, Nancy Taylor, Mary
Delle Wilson.
CHI OMEGA-Mary Grace Ald-
ridge, Carole Anderson, Joy Butts,
Virginia Byers, Ann Cotton, Mary
Alicia Gallagher, Peggy Gates,
Joyce Howard, Mary Keegan,
Joann Ketelhut, Dorothy Har-
rington Lapp, Yvonne Mardelle
LeDuc, Helene Torrey McPhail,
Patricia Rossiter, Marianne Sing-
ler, Margaret Strand, Beverly

'Truesdell, Wilma Wallace, Ann
Weaver, Mary Jean Whitney.
COLLEGIATE OROSi-Bet-
ty Bailey, Priscilla Joan Ball, Nan-
cy Bergdahl, Nancy Bolles, Dor-
othy Bowersox, Carol Gay Briggs,
Cynthia Anne Bruce, Catherine
Ann Cleary, Nancy J. Cutting,
Jean 1-. Dickie, Nancy Eggleston,
Virginia Lee Fowler, Frances
Hundley. Joanne Kleinert, Anne
Lafer, Mary A. Moore, Barbara A.
Ochring, Tracy Redfield, Alice M.
Richmond, Margaret A. Ryburn,
Joyce Simpson, Ruth E. Stein, Lois
Urban, Margot Walsh, Anne War-
ren, Mary Jane Wheeler, Mary
Elizabeth Wicking.
* * -
DELTA DELTA DELTA-Bar-
bara Averill, Lois Bamborough,
Betty Brady, Patricia Brown, Ro-
berta C. Clark, Janet M. Denham,
Barbara Donlon, Ruth Grabow-
ski, Elinor Honer, Joann Johnson,
Patricia Ann Joy, Joan Kerr, Bar-
bara Krause, Marianne Kull, June
Laurin, Carol Neilson, Sara Jean
teed, Cynthia Smith, Patricia
Smith, Alicia Stevenson, Dorothy
Webb.
DELTA GAMMA-Patricia June
Bay, Anne Cooley Gallery, Judith
Harger, Sue Heinemann. Dorothea
A. Hess, Elaine Hadden, Carol1
Marquardt, Charlotte Matthews,
Isabel G. Rash, Rosemary Rindge,
Virginia Lee Robinson, Helen
Louise Rutledge, Prudence Saun-
ders, Suzanne L. Shawaker, Lan-
ette Sheaffer, Jane Standiford,
Mary Taylor, Dorothy Thorn,
Mary J. Watt, Rosemary Wise,
Faith D. Zeeuw.
DELTA ZETA - Jo Ann Ball,
Barbara Jean Cook.
GAMMA PIll BETA-Virginia
Becker, Joan E. Beeman, Nancy
Ann Beveridge, Elizabeth Clap-
ham, Carol F. Colwell, Beverley
Howell, Carol Ann Miller, Marjorie
Lee Minnis, Susan Moedinger,
Mary Myra Norton, Ruth Par-
menter, Margaret Pietz, Barbara
June Smith, Peggy Voegler, Cath-
erine Wetzel.

KAPPA ALPHA THETA-Nan-
cy Benson, Julie Bowman, Betty
Bridges, Barbara Clemons. Dor-
ol :y Garrett, Sally Ann Gresham,
Jeanne Jorstad, Ann E. Kamper,
Colleen Kennedy, Andriana Lon-
des, Mary Blynn ("Binnie") Man-
ley,, Beverly McCracken, Myra
Moorehouse, Elinor Anne (Eli-
anne) Patterson, Sheila Joan Pat-
terson, Mary Lou Porter, Joan E.
Robinson, Janet M. Schriefer, Ju-
dith Sinclair, Katherine Wersen.
r 4 '
KAPPA DELTA - Jane Eliza-
beth Barker, Janet Cass, Janice
-James, Johanna E. Leonard, Mary
Jane Little, Edith Marsh. Betty
Jane Or, Patty E. Pratt, Mary J.
Scott, Virginia Helen Swanson,
Nancy Weed, Jean A. Wernig.
4r 4
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA -
Jackie Broerman, Harriet Joanne
Brown, Marilyn Collins, Susan
Dwan, Ann Glover, Cary Arden
Higley, Arlene Lange, Mary Jose-
phine McCormick, Mary Elizabeth
Muller, Marianne Swanson, Bette
Swanson, Diana Thorp, Cecily
Wade, Nancy Watkins, Mary E.
Welch, Suzanne Wilson.
PI BETA PHI - Elizabeth W.
Adams, Margaret Blackford, Dor-
othy Blomquist, Christine Boomer,
Nancy L. Carter, Barbara Anne
Cress, Patricia J.. Day, Nancy
Ericke, Katharine Evans, Abby
Funk, 'Barbara Gerholz, Anne R.
Gilbert, Jo Ann Grill, Nancy Ellen
List, Janet Parker, Barbara Riggs,
Mary Jane Sheaffer, Virginia
Skau, Elizabeth Snyder.
SIGMA DELTA TAU - Shula-
mith Adler, Elaine Benjamin,
Mary Ann Cooper, Ruth Eckstein,
Enid Frank, Lucille Goldstone,
Joyce Golobe, Roberta Hasan, Sal-
ly Hechtman, Jean Iglauer, Tu-
lane Itkoff, Ralle Ann Kamens,
Sandra Kirk, Fayne Myers, Bar-
bara Nuremberg, Frada Rosen-
berg, Marilyn Rudolph, Jean Sar-
ason, Betty Shapiro, Suzanne
Sherman, Edith L. Zickerman,
Shirley Zuckerman.
ZETA TAU ALPHA-Margaret
Brewer, Elizabeth A. Della-Moret-
ta, Lora Franklin, Erna Fritz, Eliz-
abeth A. Gates, Barbara A. John-
son, Joan Karner, Judy Moehl-
mian, Mary Turner, Mary-Esther
Wuensch, Dorothy E. Zavell.
tWAA Notices
Riding Club--There will be an
organizational meeting held at 5
p.m. tomorrow in WAB. Beginners
and experienced riders are wel-
come.
Bowling Club - The Monday
group of the club will meet from
3:30 until 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the bowling alleys of WAB. Mem-
bers are requested to bring $3.50
for dues and to wear bowling or
tennis shoes.
Ballet Club-There will be a
meeting of the club at 7 p.m. to-
morrow in the dance studio of
Barbour gym. Those interested in
participating in the spring pro-
gram are requested to attend. Any
questions concerning the club can
be directed to Inez Miller, 2-3225.

DARLIN' DAUGHTER-That's
what the lovely Betty Wragge
has been for 14 years on NBC'st
"Pepper Young's Family." Bettyr
an actress since childhood,
played herhfirst role-on the
stage-at the age of three. f
Dance Classes
Need Hostesses
The dance classes, which aret
held at the League Monday and
Tuesday evenings, have openings
for more hostesses.-
First semester freshmen womenk
are eligible.-
The beginner's class is held from4
7 until 8 p.m. Monday; the in-
termediates meet from 7 until 8
p.m. Tuesday and the advanced
class follows from 8:30 until 9:30
p.m. Tuesday.
The exhibition group will not
begin this week, but is waiting for
further notice.#
JGP NOTES [
Backstage Crew will meet from
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in thei
Rehearsal Room.l
Speaking Parts will rehearse
from 7 to 10 p.m. tomorrow in
the ABC Room.
Chorus will rehearse as follows
tomorrow:
4 to 5 p.m. Specialty 1 in the
Garden Room.
5 to 6 p.m. Specialty II in the
Garden Room.
5 to 6 p.m. Specialty III in the I
AB Room.
Properties Committee will meet
from 5 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in the
C Room.

Ballet Lessons
Include Steps
Of lIntricacy
The Ballht Club is well under-
way in the new ;,meter and thern
are still op('iings for mien and
women, beginners and interme-
diates, who are interested in be-
coming members of the organiza-
tion.
Inez Miller. manager of the
club. says she has of ten bcen
asked, "Just what do you do at
ballet meetings?" and wants all
to know that they do more than
just "meet."
THEY HAVE A regular ballet
lesson which is divided into three
parts; the first is "exercises a la
barre."
The second part of the lesson
is exercises in "Adage" or studies
in balance.
An "Adage" consists in a suc-
cession of slow movements which
must be performed with fluidity
and an apparent ease, the body
usually being supported on one
foot. Any monotony is relieved by
an occasional pirouette, or more
smoothly by a "tour sur place"
executed on the flat of the foot.
The last part of the lesson is the
"Allegro," the term meaning much
the same balletically as it conveys
musically; namely, brisk, or lively.
THE "ALLEGRO" includes all
the steps of elevation, such as the
ballonne, echappe, entrachat anc
cabriole which, arranged into a
sequence of steps, require a great
deal of skill to execute.
The women of the club have
just begun a short period in toe
work which Miss Miller says is
being enjoyed very much.
The club has also been devoting
time to "Adagio" work, which is
men and women working to-
gether, and are hoping to spend
a great deal more time with lifts
and other variations along this
line.
Last semester, the club weni
into Detroit as a group to the
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, and
hopes to repeat the trip if the
Ballet again comes so near Ann
Arbor.

FOOLS RUSH IN:
Union To Open Front Door To Coeds

Womenw xill be given the often
'ought "privilege" of entering the
front door of the Union at the
annual Open House to begin at
1:30 p.m. Saturday.
All Unioii facilities will be avail-
!:. to both men and wou n n
this "day of the year." A waterj
ballet presented by Michifish willi
be one of the highlights of the
afternoon. Ping pong pros will
then demonstrate their ability
with the paddles. The sports
e( ti will be concluded with
bow1 n: and billiard exhibitions.
Another attraction of the after-.
noon will be the showing of thel
movies of last year's NCAA hockey
tournament which was won by
Michigan.
TlE FEATURE attraction of
the afternoon will be the West-
inghouse stage presentation.
"Planned Lighting for Greater
See-Ability." The presentation will
be held in the Ballroom where two
performances will be given; the
first at 1:30 p.m. and the second
at 3:30 p.m.
Alfred Paulus, WestinghousN
lighting engineer and lecturer,
will be the sprincipal speaker
and narrator, During his service
with Westinghouse, Paulus has
been connected with such out-
standing lighting jobs as the
Chicago World's Fair, Statue of
Liberty and a host of indus-
trial and floodlighting installa-
tions.
Monty Montague, manager of
the Sales Promotion Division, will
serve as master of ceremonies.
Montague, producer and director
of the "Planned' Lighting for
Greater See-Ability" production
has established for Westinghouse
an enviable reputation for tech-
nical society, civic organization
and customer meeting programs
done in the theatrical manner.
* * *
THIS IS BY FAR the largest
and most pretentious show ever
produced by Westinghouse. This
lighting spectacle has been de-
signed to tell the story of planned
lighting for the school room, of-
fice, store and factory in highly
dramatic and colorful fashion.
The elaborate and, colorful
stage is complete with a huge
screen, fluorescent trim and
drapes, portable lamps, sound

axmplificationa and slide pro.iec-
tioi equipment. (olored Mass
slides are ued to supplement
and illustrate the presentation.
Those who wish diversification
froni the exhiibitiuns and shows
will have an opportunity to dance
to the music of Del Elliot and his

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throughout the afternoon.
As a climax to the "day of
the year" affair, a dance featuring
the music of Frank Tinker and
his orchestra will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight in the Ballroom.

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League Outlines Eligibility Rules
For Coed Petitions, Interviews

League activities will again
come into the spotlight with the
opening of interviewing for posi-
tions this term set at Monday,
March 14.
Sophomores will be given the
first opportunity to display their
interests and capabilities with pe-
titions for sophomore positions
due Friday, March 11 and inter-
viewing from Monday, March 14
to Friday, March 25.
Reopening of . senior interview-
ing will follow with petitions due
April 11 and interviewing dates
set April 12 to 15, while junior
petitions will be due in April 15,
and prospective junior. position-
holders will be interviewed April
19 to May 4.
THOSE PLANNING to inter-
view will have ample opportunity
to receive helpful information
from a member of the committee,
since one member will be in the
interviewing office to aid coeds
every afternoon a week before in-

terviewing excluding Thursdays
from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
The primary rules of petitions
and interviewing remain un-
changed this term. Eligibility
cards are required at the inter-
views. Those petitioning should
sign up for an interview when
petitions are handed in with the
telephone number beside the
niame.
Petitions should be typed if pos-
sible but it is not required, and
petitions must be in at 5:30 p.m.
on the date stated, according to
Mary Carolyn Wright, chairman
of the interviewing committee.
* * *
IN ORDER to aid the inter-
viewing committee in remember-
ing petitioners, it is requested by
committee members that each
woman attach a picture, snap or
photo, of herself to the petition,
something she will not need again.
Helpful background informa-
tion is also available to inter-
viewees in the presidents' re-
ports and "League Lowdown."

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