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MAY 10, 1949

THfE MICHIGAN D7KTLY

League,

WfIR Position fwards Made at Installation Ceremor

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Flint, Bousfield, Wilson, Faulk, Hubach Will Hold Honored Reins Next Fall

Eleanor Roosevelt Recounts Life

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Marjorie Flint, Alpha Phi, took
the post of League president at the
annual Installation Night ceremo-
nies, which were held last night in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Other top offices went to Betsy
Bousfield, WAA president; Mary
Jo Wilson, Assembly president;
Betty Jo Faulk, president of Pan-
hellenic Association and Nan Hu-
bach, Glee Club president.
NEW LEAGUE Council mem-
bers are: Dorothy Fogel, Newberry,
Vice-president; Joyce Atchison,
Pi Beta Phi, Secretary; Shirley
Kallman, Sigma Delta Tau, treas-
urer; Mary Riggs, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Judiciary chairman; Pat
Reed, Martha Cook, interviewing
chairman; Joan Sheppard, Betsy
Barbou , Judiciary secretary; Jo
Bep1Ohi Omega, interviewing sec-
ritary; Marge Hehn, Pi Beta Phi,
chairman of Social Committee;
Charlotte Eagle, Jordan, chairman
of Special Projects; Pat Reader,
Gamma Phi Beta, assistant in
charge of Talent Show; Maxine
Read, Chi Omega, chairman of
dance classes; Jo Lyons, Alpha Xi
Delta, publicity chairman; Pat
Lewis, Gamma Phi Beta, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial; Jody
Johnson, Gamma Phi Beta, orien-
tation chairman and Mary David-
son, Mosher, personnel chairman.
Members of the Panhellenic
Executive Board include: Kath-
Michigan Dames will hold
their annual installation ban-
quet at 6:34 p.m. today at the
Allenel Hotel.

erine Mills, first vice-president;
Mary Nell Walker, second vice-
president; Jean Marson, secre-
tary; Sue Friedman, treasurer;
Marilyn Flynn, rushing chair-
man; Mary Helen King, ,assis-
tant secretary and Sally Strauss,
assistant rushing chairman.
Assembly Board members are:
Betsy Vinieratos, vice-president;
Marilyn Eistenbach, secretary;
Harriet Gale, treasurer; Priscilla
Woodward, project chairman;
Rcse Potcova, social chairman and
Mary Jane Inman, personnel
chairman.
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WAA BOARD members include:
Ruth Ann Hansen and Janice
Olivier, vice-presidents; Margaret
MacDougall, secretary; Carol
Tuer, treasurer; Priscilla Ball,
participation chairman, Eleanor
Doersam,m dormitory manager;
Phyllis §eput, league house man-
ager; Vivian Frazier, sorority
manager; Barbara Mollyneaux,
Daily publicity, and Judy Johans-
sen, general publicity.
WAA club managers are: Mar-
gie Macquire, archery; Virginia
Becker, badminton; Inez Miller,
ballet; Ann O'Connor, basket-
ball; Elizabeth Stanton, bowl-
ing; Marjorie Letzgus, camp
counselors; Joyce Howard, fenc-
ing; Virginia Fowler, field
hockey ; Marilyn Thisted, golf;
Carol Somers, ice skating; Sue
Rose, la crosse.
The list continues with Eliza-
beth Richards, Michifish; Bernice
Weinberger, modern dance; Mary
Lou Hook, officials; Jose Engel,
riding; Beverly Gibbs, rifle, Mary
Peterson, softball; Beverly Howell,

Dorothy Wendler
sophomore aides.

and Cleary, I

-Daily--Wally Barth
NEW PRESIDENT-Marjorie Flint (right) receives credentials
of her new office as incoming president of the women's League
from Nancy Hess.

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soccer; Nancy Somers, tennis are
Helen Waldorff, outing club.
JGP POSITIONS include: Jane
Topper, chairman ; Catherine
Clairmont, assistant chairman;
Jennie Qikirk, director; Delores
Janusch, assistant direstor; Vir-
ginia Stoddard, secretary; Betty
Tornquist, treasurer; Jean Car-
penter, costumes; Beverly Fuller-
ton, dance chairman; Doris Gard-
ner, make-up-chairman; Lennette
Schaefer, music chairman; Bar-
bara Hansen, program chairman;
Nancy Cutting, properties chair-
man; Martha Bryant, assistant
properties chairman ; Elaine Na-
gelvoort, publicity chairman.
Others are Pat Brownson,
Daily publicity; Martha Chan-
dler, posters; Jean Schrieber,
scenery chairman; Barbara
Smith, script chairman; Vir-
ginia Ellis, assistant script
chairman; Carol Schneider,
stage manager; Jean Decker, as-
sistant stage manager; Sheila
McComb, tickets chairman, and
Edith Merlin, ushering chairman.
Soph Cabaret positions went to:
Nancy Ericke, chairman; Margaret
Ryburn, assistant chairman; Su-
zanne Sears, secretary; Mary
Gratzer, assistant secretary; Lu-
cille Goldstone, treasurer; AnA
Waterman, assistant treasurer;
Lois Eisele, floorshow director;
Mickey Sager, assistant floorshow
director; Carol Eagle, music chair-
man; Julia Hennig and. Shirley
Stevens, assistant music chair-
men; Elaine Benjamin, dance
chairman.
OTHER JGP Central Commit-
tee members will be Betty Bailey

and Ann Gilbert, assistant dance
chairmen; Cynthia Bruce, script
writer; Carita Houser, costume
chairman; Jean Abbott, assistant
costume chairman; Beverly Clarke,
special booths chairman; Mary
Muller, assistant special booths
chairman; Barbara Elliott, usher-
Approximately 74 incoming
and outgoing WAA board offi-
cers will be feted at the annual
installation supper slated for
6:15 p.m. today at the Barton
Bills Country Club.
ing chairman; Joanne Streiffling,
programs chairman; Joanne Grill,
makeup chairman; Isabel Rach,
assistant makeup chairman;
Ginny Gish, stage manager; Joan-
Giessow, assistant stage chairman.
Catherine Sotir will fill the
poition of publicity chairman;
Carolyn Wilcox, posters chair-
man; Beverly Howell, stunts
chairman; Nancy Porter, ticket
chairman; Katherine Roney, as-
sistant ticket chairman; Ruth
Grabowski, decorations chair-
man; Barbara Arter, assistant
decorations chairman; Nancy
Weed, hostess chairman; and ,
Pat Doyle, refreshment chair-
man.
Junior and sophomore members
of the interviewing committee will
be: Pat Breon, Sallie Slocum,
Mary EllenTurnbull, Sylvia Shep-
pard and Jane Barker.
JUDICIARY Council members
are: Margaret Anne Prine, senior
member; Beverly Baron, Nancy
Notnagle and Barbara Johnson,
junior members; Ann Warnock,
Margaret Balckford, Joan Weaver,

Junior positions went to:
Lydia Wilhelm, junior assistant
secretary; Mary Schulmacher,
Helen Wayt and Karol Kerr,
dance class captains; Jean Bee-
man, Marion Larson, Doris Egan
and Joanne Auch, merit-tuto-
rial.
Orientation committee members
,ire: Barbara. Gerholz, chairman of
transfer; LaVerne Schmitkons, so-
vial chairman; Joyce Briskman,
information chairman, and Kath-
erine Geigenmueller, secretary.
MEMBERS OF the Social com-
mittee axe: Sally Kalton, Joan
Buckingham, Eleanor Hewitt and
Louise Moore, Ruthven teas;
Renee, Pregulman and Jeri Rich,
special events committee.
Personnel committee mem-
bers are: Yvonne Johnson, Joan
Broomfield, Joy Williams and
Rosalie Sklar. The publicity
committee is made up of : Deana
Lindh, assistant in charge of
posters, and Patsy Perkin; Myra ,
Hahn, Pauline Zimmerman and
Mary Pat Young, radio.
Virginia Campbell was award-
ed the Mortar Board scholarship
while Jo Bell, Betty Jo Faulk
and Mary Jo Wilson were an-
nounced as the recipients of the
Ethel A. McCormick scholar-
ships.
Those tapped by Senior Society
include Alice Anderson; Florence
Baron;. Debbie Dubinsky; Lillian
Drazek; Charlotte Eagle; Dorothy
Fogel; Eleanor Goldman; Lyn
Gutenburg; Martha Heinrichs;
Gloria Korhonen; Roma Lipsky;
Jo Ann Misner; Patricia Reed;
and Betty Richards.
THE LIST concludes with Mar-
ilyn Ruff; Sue Siris; Mary Stein;
Betsy Vienieratos; and Priscilla
Woodward.
Twenty women were tapped
by Scroll, including Jo Bell;
Miriam Cady; Ruth Campbell;
Betty Jo Faulk; Marilyn Flynn;
Sue Friedman; Marge Hehn; Jo
Henderson.; Gale Huntington;
Jeanne Johnson; Pat Lewis; Jo
Ann Lyons; Katherine Mills;
Jeri Mulson; Janice Olivier;
Shirley Osgood; Pat Reader;
Mary Riggs; Jean Russ; and
Sidney Steck.
Beverly Bradford was named
vice-president of the Glee Club
and Nancy Beveridge was ap-
pointed secretary. Other officers
are Jane Buell, business manager;
Glee Dudgeon, publicity; Valerie
Pock, librarian; and Ina Sussm<,1,
associate librarian.
Positions for the Panhellenic
newspaper were also filled, with
Valerie Lemper named as the liter-
ary editor. Norrine Taylor and
Mary Beth Howe were appointed
as business editor and cartoonist,
respectively. Virginia Ellis, Mary
Lou Scanlon and Dorothy Warm-
ling were named as staff members.

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