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pproximately 300 Women Pledge in Formal
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Of Sororities' t
Approximately 300 of the 500
women who signed up for formal
rushing received bids Friday and
were pledged yesterday to the 19
sororitiesi on campus.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Joan Kay
Brush, Marian Cloots, Marjorie L.
Creola, Frances M. Dailey, Jean-
ette R. Dujordin, Patricia Marsh
Durham, Nancy Finch, Patricia
Gillespie, Susan Marie Giffin,
Marilyn Groos, Carolyn Hart-
mann, Elise Kuhl, Carole Lofgren,
Pamela Ann Meyer, Cherry Rich-
ards, Norma Jo Scherrer, Joan Sie-
ber, Sherry Truesdell, Jean Waid-
ley, Margaret Wappler and Patsy
ALPHA DELTA PI: Marjorie
C. Ackerman, Beverly Arble, Mar-
ilyn Berg, Joanne B. Porso, Ann
Burnett, Alice Louise Campbell,
Carole E. Eiserman, Pauline Eric-
son, Joanne Frye, Evelyn Margie
Hager, Barbara L. Henderson, Jac-
quelyn Hirt, Mary Joyce Holzberg-
er, Janice Hulett, Barbara Ann
Johnson, Joyce C. Lallier, Iris M.
Leja, Marylouise Lindquist, Cath-
erine McCarthy, Margaret Schust-
er, Phyllis Ann Smallwood, Nancy
Lou Weitknecht, Justine Votypka,
Shirley Wellhoff and Marilyn Yar-
ALPHA EPSILON PHI: Marilyn
Joan Blieden, Susan Miller Block,
Carol Brenner, Lois Jane Daniels,
Judith Ann Isenberg, Marjorie
Karasik, Anita Keller, Lenore Bet-
ty Koppelman, Marilyn Krauss,
Cyrille G. Landes, Marianne Lebe-
son, Ann Lewis, Jo Phillips, Gloria
Prince, Joyce Rashti, Ann Rosen-
berg, Elise Schwartz and Sandra
Claire Sipkin. J
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA: Sally
Allerton, Barbara Beckley, Bai'-
bara Bell, Margaret Brown, Bar-
bara Cole, Lura R. Cation, Maury
Clark, Nancy Eichenlaub,, Nancy
Ann Hodges, Loraine Hewitt, Ann
Higgens, Marilyn Marie Johnson,
Connie Lee Jones, Constance Kay,
Elizabeth McColl, Barbara Nopper,
Mildred A. Paavo, Jeanne Shew-
man and Constance Stiller.
ALPHA OMICRON PI: Beth
Marie Adams, Jean Carol Fresh-
our, Nancy Eleanor Creider, Es-
ther Ruth Ham, Nancy Lewis, Pa-
tricia Mann, Beryl M. Miench and
ALPHA PHI: Barbara Lee And-
erson, Carol Atherton, Nancy Bae-
bre, Lynn Beach, Barbara Crem-
"rs, Ann Hagan, Margaret Harri-
gan, Marilyn Dee Hey, Kathryn
Aorris Jackson, Mary Ann Le-
vora, Nancy A. Marshall, Margery
lungester, Barbara Jean Riggs,
'atherine Hoyt Roney, Ruth Spill-
man, Carolyn Westman and Bar-
ALPHA XI DELTA: Loralyn An-
way, Janice E. Ayers, Jacqueline
Bergey, Jean E. Carson, Martha
Anne Coburn, Janne Cooley, Car-
olyn Ferry, Patricia Ford, Janet
Helen Gast, Jacqueline F. Grant,
Sally Hansen, Mary Ellen Hastie,
Joan Marilyn Hogener, Mary Hel-
sn Jorstad, Kathleen Emden Kee-
ly, Lyna Kimpton, Jean C. Park-
er, Barbara L. Riley, Roberta Jane
Shaw and Alice Helen Steere.
CHI OMEGA: Jean Allen, Mar-
garet G. Atkins, Barbara J. Belote,
Jane M. Cook, Julie Crossman,
Sally Fish, Connie Hart, J. Dianne
Johnston, Pauline L. Kurtz, Sally
Larsen, Mary Martin, Genevieve
Miller, Nancy Porter, Sally Stick-
ney, Nancy Symmonds, Helen Pa-
tricia Ann Texter and Carol Wil-
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS: Bev-
erly Booker, Janet Louise Bos-
worth, Carol Clifford, Judith C.
Davies, Barbara Joy Greene,Phy-
llis Gondrum, Jean-Karlin John-
son, Alice Gay Lowe, Louise E.
Morgan, Renate Helen Marob, A.
Jean Sayles, Elizabeth M. Smith,
Sally Smith, Georgianna Taylor,
Marie Vose and Marilyn Wrob-
DELTA DELTA DELTA: D, Lou
Boonstra, Evelyn Brooks, Beverly
Mae BroWn, Joan Coutts, Nancy
Dorsey, Jeri LouFEly, Marnie M.
Follinger, Joyce Ford, Anne Ker-
math, Joan Kirkland, Donna Mary
Malone, Monona Pick, Jo Poch,
Jean Purvis, Margaret Marshall
Reed and Joan Snodgrass,
DELTA GAMMA: Suzanne Jane
Anderson, Jane Badgley, Marion
Frances Broadbent, Judith L, Dav-
ies, Laura Donovan, Sally Scovel
Frost, Virginia Granse, Katherine
Jane Guthe, Esther Hawkins,
Juanita C, Hutchison, Joanne E,
Jacobs, Joyce M, Johnson, Pat
McDonald, Mary Anne McLean,
Florence Norris, Sally Qua, Nancy
Regester, Jeanette Anne Scoville,
Barbara Wildman and Betty Wil-
GAMMA PHI BETA: Janet L.
- Buckwalter, Barbara Bruschman,
Helen Carpenter, Pat Doyle, Carol
Eagle, Betty Ellis, Jane Ellzey, Ni-
da Jane Heath, Nancy Hogan, Su-
zanne Dona Huber, Gretchen Lo-'
To Be Held Today
"Sharps" and "flats" will con-
vene at 1 p.m. today for an annual
physical education banquet at the
Red Coach Inn.
"Sharps" will be the adopted
title of all the physical education
majors and minors, while the fac-
ulty will be termed as "flats" in
accordance with the banquet
theme, "Symphony in Sharps."
Following a chicken dinner, the
"flats" will be entertained by
musical contributions from the
"sharps" which are being kept
secret by the committee in charge
of the banquet.
Chairman of the afternoon is
Sue Moedinger who is assisted by
Barbara Nelson, in charge of de-
corations; Lois Middleton, pro-
grams; Beverly Hawes, finance
and Mona Pick who has planned
the entertainment. LaVerne Sch-
mitkons is issuing the invitations.
Dormitory groups will meet
At 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in rm.
3N of the Union. All campus
groups will meet at 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday in the Union Ball-
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Music Hour; 4:00 p.m., Movies on
America (Midwestern states); 8:00
p.m., I.S.A. Open House.
Sunday, March 12, 6:30 p.m.,
ALL SMILES-Pictured above are Mary Claire Matheson, Barbara Beukema,, Gladys Y. Whyte,
Renate Helen (Nicky) Maron and Nancy Dorsey excitedly opening their bids on Friday at the League.
The coeds left immediately after the picture was taken to see their respective new sorority sisters.
dewyk, Ann T, McDonald, Betty
Moncrieff, Frances Morse, Susan
Roos, Elizabeth Sanders, Joanna
Steinkamp, Marian Hazel Thom-
son, Barbara Townsend, Pat Walk-
er and Joyce Woolfenden.
DELTA ZETA: Ann-Engler Ba-
ner, Marian Gessner, Marguerite
Merrill, Jane Moudy, Jeanne No-
vack, Judith Palmer, Barbara Ras-
sweiler and Marjorie Trysell.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Helen
P. Allen, Nancy Ann Barlow, Bar-
bara Beukema, Margaret Corlett,
Susan A. Craig, Florence Crotty,
Elizabeth Ewing, Diane C. Harris,
Joanne Virginia Jones, Mary
Marsh, Mary Claire Matheson,
Ann Patterson, Pamela Price,
Anne Lawrence Stuart, Ann War-
nock, Nancy Washburne and Gla-
dys V. Whyte.
KAPPA DELTA: Donna Barak,
Marolyn Ann Barba, Joanne Stu-
art Bierer, Marlene Elizabeth Car-
der, Elizabeth Ellen Corbett, Mar-
ilynn L. Davis, Joan Dixon, An-
nette Fisher, Joan Gooden, Mar-
garet Haley, Sally Jane Henry,
Frances Hirshman, Berta Houst-
on, Betty Marguerite Lee, Bar-
bara Merriman, Dorothy Vanna
Piquet, Ida D. Semerjian, Con-
stance M. Simonds, Caroline D.
Walker and Jacquelyn Yund.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA: Susie
Adams, Marilyn M. Bailey, Eliza-
beth - Baldwin, Jody Behrens,
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Nancy Brewer, Judith Ann Clan-
cy, Nancy Comstock, Betty Com-
stock, Joan Daley, Patricia A. Fil-
dew, Elizabeth Robin Glover, Alice
Huston, Gloria Diane James, Bar-
bara Keim, Maryelizabeth Newton,
Janet Oberg, Ruth Oldberg, Vir-
ginia Persons, Elliot Ryder, Nancy
Upjohn and Jean White.
PI BETA PHI: Mary Jane Boll,
Nancy Born, Margery Ann Boos.
Lois A. Comb, Sally Convery, Gail
Cook, Lois A. Eisele, Vanice Ger-
holz, Katherine Landes, Maryanna
Margaret Larson, Joan Luedders,
Jeanne Marshall, Jean Martin,
Helen Morris, Joan Pruitt, Caro-
Simmons, Jo Ann Wagoner and
SIGMA DELTA TAU: Margot
Jane Abels, Naomi Benjamin, Bar-
bara Sue Bernstein, Cara Cherni-
ak, Sondra Naomi Diamond, Shei-
la Estelle Frankel, Myra Gross-
man, Doris Hyman, Floralou Is-
rael, Marilyn Karasek, Lois Gay
Kotin, Betty Kornman, Shirley
Newfield, Ruth Jane Rykoff, Le-
nore R. Serck, Fayanne Shapiro,
Maurine Shapiro, Ronnie Shapiro,
Joy Sidenberg and Cecele Helyn
ZETA TAU ALPHA: Teetah
Catherine Dondero, Alice Gill, B.
The basketball tournament will Delta III; at 7:15' p.m. -- Mosher
continue next week with the fol- X Vs. Stockwell XVI; Barbur IV
lowing games to be played: vs. Gamma Phi Beta I; at 8 p.m.
- Ann Arbor Club vs. Alpha Gam-
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Delta ma Delta II; Jordan II vs. Jordan
Zeta II vs. Mosher III; Mosher II I.
vs. Sigma Delta Tau I; at 7:15 Thursday at 5:10 p.m. - Stock-
well VIII vs. Delta Zeta I; Delta
p.m. - Mosher VIII vs. Jordan Gamma I vs. Mosher I; at 7:15
VIII; Barbour III vs. Jordan V; p.m. - Alpha Xi Delta III vs.
at 8:15 p.m. - Alpha Phi I vs. Henderson I; Stockwell XIX vs.
Stockwell XXI; Alpha Phi II vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I; at 8 p.m.-
Stockwell VI. Gamma Phi Beta vs. Alpha Delta
Tuesday at. 5:10 p.m. - Alpha Pi I; Stockwell XII vs. Chi Omega
Omicron Pi I vs. Stockwell VII; II.
Delta Gamma II vs. Collegiate So- Cancellations may be made by
rosis II; at 7:15 p.m. -,Stockwell calling Eleanor Doersam, 2-2591
XI vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma I; before 1 p.m. Monday. Games may
Jordan III vs. Delta Delta Delta I not be cancelled after that time.
at 8 p.m. - Newberry II vs. Stock-
well X; Jordan IV vs. Alpha Xi Lost Earrings
Delta II; Kappa Kappa Gamma
IV vs. Stockwell XVII; Kappa A new use for single earrings
Kappa Gamma II vs. Barbour II. whose mates have been long lost
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. - Alpha has come about with the introduc-
Delta Pi II vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi tion of hats which bare only one
I; Pi Beta Phi II vs. Delta Delta ear.
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International Center's Thursday
afternoon teas, a meeting time for
Michigan students of all nations,
provide an atmosphere of warmth
and friendliness to the many peo-
ple who attend them regularly.
One of the numerous functions
of the International Students As-
sociation, the teas are held in the
spacious rooms of the Internation-
al Center in the Union.
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CONVERSATION over tea-cups
is the main entertainment, and
the various topics of conversation
in every language from Spanish
to English with an Australian ac-
cent often prove to be extremely
The suite of rooms provided
There will be a mass meeting
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League for all those coeds who
are interested in petitioning for
WAA positions on the executive
board and as sports club man-
for the International Center is
a comfortable setting for the
ISA's main purpose--to acquaint
students with other students
from different countries.
Contrary to the beliefs of many
people, the teas, as are the other
functions of the ISA, are intend-
ed for students from the United
States as well as those from for-
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THE TEA BEGINS with a few
people dancing and talking in the
dining room which is cleared of
all but one table. As the majority
of the people arrive, people drift
towards one end of the room for
tea and cookies.
To further the friendly f eel-
ing always present, name tags
are presented to everyone as
Dr. Gale, head of the Interna-
tional Center, said the teas have
been "going on sincettime imme-
morial.". According to the con-
sensus of those who attend them,
the teas will continue in the same
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La P'tite Causette. Mon., 3:30
p.m., Grill Room, Michigan League.
Sociedad Hispanica: Social hour,
Mon., 4-6 p.m., International Cen-
The meeting for all Junior Wo-
men who petitioned for Senior
Positions in the League which was
scheduled for Mon., Mar. 6, 5 p.m.
will be postponed until Wed.,
March 8, 5 p.m., due to the me-
morial service for Dean Alice
Lloyd which is being held Mon-
Summer Service Projects: Stu-
dents who have had experience in
summer service projects such as
Workcamps, Lisle Fellowship, Stu-
dent-in-industry, peace caravans,
etc. are requested to meet at 5
p.m. Mon., March 6, at Lane Hall.
Volunteers are needed to describe
service projects to U of M stu-
Sigma Alpha Iota: Meeting,
Mon., Mar. 6, 7:15 p.m., League.
Compulsory attendance for all ac-
Naval Research Reserve Unit:
Meeting, Mon., Mar. 6, 7:30 p.m.,
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