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WulZnSx, MA x i ii THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Positions Reve aled, Coeds Honored at Annual Installat

rAGE FIVE
ion Night

Campus Groups Name Women

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Annual Installation Night festi-
vities reached a climax last night
at the Rackham Lecture Hall when
Catherine Sotir of Martha Cook
was announced President of the
Michigan League.'
Coeds filled the auditorium to
hear the officers of all women's
activities announced and to ap-
plaud the winners of several
awards which were presented.
* * *.
With Miss Sotir presiding, other
officers of the League are vice-
president, Margaret Strand; secre-
tary, Lois Eisele and treasurer,
Joanne Grill.
Betty Wiles will be president
of the Judiciary Council, with
Virginia Gish as secretary and
Betty Bridges, senior member.
Junior members of the Council
are Cyrille Landes, Grace Fink,
Judy Clancy and Barbara Bush-
man.
Sophomore Aides are Anna Ma-
rie Breyfogle, Virginia Pike, Jo
Ann Robbins, Ann Englander,
Sarah Weed and Diane Prettie.
* * *
Chairman of Interviewing Coun-
cil next year will be Marianne Van
Duzer, and Evelyn Hager is sec-
retary. Junior. members a r e
Jeanne Marshall, Carol Pearson
and Sue Wladis, while the sopho-
more members are Phyllis Bett-
man, Susan Riggs and Jacqueline
Schiff.
Ina Sussman is chairman of
Meri-Tutorial, and Elizabeth
Corbett, Iris Leja, Joy Siden-
berg, Barbara Watson and Mar-
cia Goldfarb are junior mem-
bers.
Personnel chairman is to be
Janet Speith, and her junior as-
sistants are Margo Abels, Phyllis
Peterson, Audrey Murphy a n d
Joan Pruitt.
Parliamentarian of the League
is Ronnie Raider, and Special Pro-
ects chairman will be Catherine
Roney.
Gerry Maraulo is chairman of
the public relations committee
of the League, and her junior
assistants will be Nancy Brewer,
Barbara Cremers, Fran Wind-
ham, Connie Hart and Peggy
Reed.
Chairman of the social commit-
tee is Mary Watt, and special

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events chairman is Marilyn Hey.
Junior assistants in charge of teas
are Marlin Carder, Kay Landes
and Ruth Oldberg.
S* * *
Pat Adams will be chairman of
the dance class committee, and
Jane Kirchma is finance chair-
man. Senior captain is Jean
Parker, junior captains and Jean
Martin and Sandra Brown, and
sophomore captains are Marcia
Blumberg and Laura Goler.
Chairman of Orientation is
Barbara Johnson, while Janice
Gerholtz is social chairman;
Peggy Graham, transfer chair-
man and Ann Gilbert, secretary.
** *
Panheienic . . .
Officers of Panhellenic for the
coming year are: president, Bev-
erly Clarke; first vice-president,
Jane Barker; second vice-presi-
dent, Barbara Elliott; secretary,
Gail Foster; treasurer, Judy Sin-
clair; rushing chairman, Rose-
mary Wise and crairman of coun-
selors, Maryanna Larson.
* * *
Assembly .. .
Assembly's officers next year
will be: president, Joan Mintzer;
vice president, Alberta Cohrt; sec-
retary, Rosylyn Egelka; treasurer,
Anita Hoert; personnel chairman,
Adrienne Shufro; social chairman,
Renee Levy; projects chairman;
Athena Savas and public relations,
Trudy Franklin.
JGP...
Coeds who will be responsi-
ble for producing the Junior
Girls' Play next year are: gen-
eral chairman, Joan Brown; as-
sistant, Jo Phillips; director,
Nancy Born; assistant, Nancy
Baehre; secretary, Peggy Zager,
treasurer, Nancy Pridmore; cos-
tumes chairman, Nancy Eichen-
laub; assistant dance chairman,
Dorcas Strong; programs, Sally
Gouldthorpe; properties, Pat
Texter; assistant, Meyle Reiss;
scenery, Lisa Kurcz; tickets,
Ann Black; stage manager, Di-
ane Harris; and, her assistant,
Margaret Sabin. ,
The list continues: script, Mimi
Lebeson; ushers, Donna Daven-
port; publicity, Donna Mayer; Da-

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
NEW PRESIDENT-Shown with Jennie Quirk, is Cathy Sotir, on the right,-who was announced as
the new president of the League for the coming year. The announcement was made at the annual
Installation night proceedings that were held in the Rackham last night. Miss Sotir served as gen-
eral chairman of the Junior Girls' play during the past year.
* * *. * * ,, * * *

ily publicity, Laura Silver; stunts,
Barbara Cole; music, Berta Hous-
ton; choral director, Sally Hansen;
composer and arranger, Evelyn
Brooks; make-up chairman, Mar-
gy Boos and her assistant, Cather-
ine Taormina.
* * *
SophCab -. .
General chairman of the sopho-
mores' annual production, Sopho-
more Cabaret will be Ann Plump-
ton; assistant general chairman,
Barbara Steinko; treasurer, Bar-
bara Bos; assistant, Iris Punroy;
secretary, Katie Wakeman; assist-
ant, Abby Nickerson; decorations
chairman, Cece Schimer; assist-
ant, - Marilyn Robbins; hostess!
chairman, Barbara Johnson; pro-
grams, Sue Alderman; publicity,
Janet Netzer; posters, Mary Ann
Chacarestos; stunts, Natalie Gold;
refreshments, Maxine Berliner;
special booths, Sue Martin; tick-
ets, Laura Hoffman; assistant,
Margaret Carter; ushering, Ellen
Haar.
Also on the Central Commit-
tee of the Soph Cab next year
will be floorshow chairman, Sue
Nasset; assistant, Sue Shafter;
costumes, Dorothy Hammett;
assistant, Billy Reed; dance,
A n n Albert; make-up, Teri
Youngman; assistant, Aileen
Allsop; music, Charlotte Hoyt;
script, Betty Smith; assistant,
Liz Perlin; stage manager, Mary
Ann Alexander and her assist-
ant Judy Johnson.
WAA. . .
Officers of the Women's Athle-
tic Association for the coming
year are as follows: president,
Abby Funk; vice - president in
charge of student relations, Ruth
Spilimen; vice-president in chargeI
of projects, Pat Smith; secretary,
Beverly Howell; treasurer, Betty
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Comstock; AFCW representative,
Nancy Fitch; participation, Bar-
bara Bucshman; sorority mana-
ger, Barbara Riley; dormitory
manager, Lois Middleton; League
house manager, Nancy Lewis;
public relations, Pat Walker and
Daily publicity, Lorraine Butler.
* * *
Club Managers include: bad-
minton, Marian Swanson; basket-
ball, Margaret Saferian; bowling,
Beri Miench; camp counselors,
Gloria Young; fencing, Jackie
Bergey; field hockey, Pat Texter;
golf, Elizabeth Clapham; Michi-
fish, Margaret Sabin; officials and
coaches, Joyce Dudkin; rifle club,
Barbara Meir; softball, Sue Boll
and tennis, Barbara Wildman.
This year WAA has set up a
new board which includes the
clubs of both men and women.
Officers on this board are: co-
recreation chairman, Mary Pet-
erson; ballet, Ann Albert; ice
skating, Stewart Brown; folk
and square dancing, Allison
MacArthur; modern dance,
Doris -Melleky and town and
country club, Glen Musselman.
* * *
New officers for the women's
Glee Club are: president, Jean Al-
len; vice president, Marion
Charles; business manager, Nancy
Beveridge; secretary, M a x i n e
Wolfe; publicity chairman, Peg
Graham; librarian, Charlotte
Pritchard and her assistant, JillI
Schiller.
* * *
PubliCations . . .
Women's editor and her associ-
ate on the Daily staff are Janice
James, editor, and Jo Ketelhut,
associate.
Junior positions on the women's
staff of the Daily are night edi-
tors Lorraine Butler, Shelia Cohen,
Mad Davis, Kate Radovan, Athena
Savas and Nancy Taylor.
Peg .Nimz is managing editor
of the Gargoyle and Marianne
Kull has a junior position as as-
sistant make-up editor of the
humor magazine.
Sally Fish is finance manager
of the Daily business staff.
* * *
Associate editors of the Michi-
ganensian are Margaret Padden
and Polly Kurtz. Coeds who have
junior positions on the Ensian are:

features, Martha Conney; schools
and colleges, Beulah Markhus;
senior pictures, Lorraine Norquist;
assistant organization, J a n e t
Oberg and house groups, Pat
Texter.
Other junior positions on the
editorial staff of the Daily are:
night editor, Donna Hendleman;
assistant night editors, Ann Ha-
gan, Sally Gouldthorpe and
Mary Letsis and Cara Cherniak.
Junior positions on the Daily
business staff are: circulation as-
sistant, Ina Plesofsky; local adver-
tising assistants, Ronnie Raider
and Mary Lubienski; classified as-
sistant, Doris Schweiker; classified
accounts manager, Betty Bridges;
classified accounts assistant, Re-
nee Levy; layout manager, Phyllis
Gringer; layout assistant, Pat
Walker; national advertising man-
ager, Eva Stern and staff secre-'
tary, Barbara Lawton.
** *
Scroll .. .
Scroll, honorary society for af-
filiated women, tapped the follow-
ing activity-conscious coeds last
night: Jane Barker, Joan Bee-
man, Peg Blackford, Ann Cotton,
Pat Doyle, Barbara Elliott, Abby
Funk, Virginia Gish, Jo Hunsicker,
Janice James, Jo Ketelhut, Diana
Lahde, Arlene Lange, Elaine Mad-
den, Mary Peterson, Sue Sears,
Judy Sinclair, Mary Watt and
Marianne Van Duzer.
Former members of Scroll also
tapped Miss Ethel McCormack, so-
cial director of the League, last
night as a reward for her many
activities concerning the League.
* * *
Senior Society - - -
Senior Society, honorary for
independent women, tapped
eighteen new members 1 a s t
night. They are Marily Kollen-
berg, Susan Peterson, Beverly
Myas, Martha Tomkins, Mary
Gratzer, Joan Patrick, Joan
Mintzer, Mary Curtis, Joan
Striefling, Gwen Dorn, Barbara
Trytten, Kitty Clark, Ina Suss-
man, Helen Yaeger, Joan Nel-
son, Micky Sager, Robina Quale
and Connie Newman.
Miss McCormick, awarded foul
coeds the MdcCormick scholar-
ships last night. Micky Sager,
Margaret Adams, Barbara Elliott
and Mary Gratzer are the recipi-
ents of the awards.
* * *

Jo Phillips, Delores Lafond, Mar-
cia Blumberg, Jere Ann Palmer,
Judy Clancy, Ruth Spillman, Bar-
bara Anderson, Pauline Kurtz,
Betsy Smith, Sara Jean Reed,
Betsy Sanders, Donna Malone,
Emily Blair, Nancy Eichenlaub,
Diana Lahde, Gail Foster, Pat
Walker, Marjorie Ann Black, Vir-
ginia Byers and Nancy Fitch.
The list continues with Alice
Mencher, Sally Gouldthorpe,
Joan Louise Brown, Mary Ellen
Hastie, Jody Behrens, Barbara
Ochs, Martha Tomkins, Helen
Yaeger, Ethel Cada, Donna Mil-
burn, Eddlen Friedman, Marie
Corbin, Donna Speerman, June
Jessop, Dottie Urban, Jo Spen-
cer, Ann Rose Azemow, Elsie
Parker, Beverly Aaught, Barbara
Watson and Janet Love.
Also orientation leaders are
Cynthia Boys, Shelia Cohen, Vir-
ginia Spurrier and Dottie Shaver.
** *
Transfer women leaders for the
literary college are Barbara Buke-
ma, Marge Creloa, Joan Beeman,
Dottie Ruban, Mary Jo Scott, Sar-
ah Hoffman, Judy Davies, Joan
Pruitt, Doreen Holpern, Marguer-
ite Nurice, Ann Houck, Alice Field,
Marilyn Lama, Joan Hegener, Ter-
ry Ham, Jane Kichna, Clara Jane
Fredericks and Ann Reynolds.
The list continues with Anita
Hoert, Marlene Rothemberg,
Marie Avendroths, J e a n n e
Freshour, Marilyn Davis, Caro-
lyn Bauer, Carolyn von Voight-
lander, Jo Borlas, Joan Kay
Brush, Jean Allen, Martha Co-
burn, Jean Carson, Jackie Hirt,
Sherry Truesdale, Marilyn Hey,.
Janet Ayers, Mary Jane Mills,
Gloria Struts and Sue Adams.
For the School of Architecture
and Design, orientation leaders
for transfers are Barbara Wild-
man and Rosemary Heineman.
* * *
Transfer women reserves are
Julie DeVries, Ann Knickerbocker,
Sue Toschak and Sue Riggs, Phyl-
lis Bettman, Barbara Elliott, Nan-
cy Baehre, Ann Plumpton, Marlin
Carder, Karen Fagerburg, Ruth
Blight, Mary Masten, Joan Hun-
┬žecker, Nancy Pridmore, Barbara
Townsend and Joan Snodgrass.
Also Nancy Born, Carolyn
Cass, Mary Ann Ayers, Mary
Marsh, Ann Schmitz, Jackie
Schiff and Jackie Shields.
Orientation leaders for the
School of Architecture and Design
are Rhoda Uhlendorf, Jackie Ber-
gey, Nancy Comstock, Betty Gru-
show, and Ann McDonald.
The following coeds are also
freshmen leaders: College of En-
gineering, Violet Heintzelman;
pharmacy school, Virginia Gish;
dental hygiene, Joyce Holzberger;
physical education, Barbara Riley
and music school, Julia Hennig,

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Carol Van Asselt, Ellen Axon and
Charlotte Charles.
Freshmen reserve leaders are
Sarah Weed, Sue Lyon, Bev Brown,
Sue Nassett, Centes Morrill, Betty
Corbett, Joan Nelson, Joan Shee-
han, Joanne Mendlow, Marjorie
Heberle, Vonda Genda, Sylvia
Koplow, Pat McVeigh, Myra Kras-
sner, Marilyn Gordon, Sue Lyons,
Barb Matteson, Beverly Pack, Car-
ol Lutz, Janice Everett, Eleanor
Cannon, Peggy Zager -and Char-
lotte Haver.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Senior certificates were awarded
to senior women who made Alpha
Lambda Delta during their fresh-
man year and have maintained a
3.5 average throughout 7 semes-
ters.
The following women were hon-
ored: Juanita Brown, Norma
Chud, Doris Gardner, Lita Hagen,
Mary Louise Hook, Yvonne John-
son, Shirley Mae Miller, Louise
Moore, Nancy Notnagel, Elizabeth
Ross, Alice Ann Shannon, and
Joan Willens.
Eleanor Scott received the Sen-
ior Book Award for maintaining
the highest average.
Senior Sales
To EndToday
Today is the last day that ticket
sales for Senior Ball, to be held
Friday, May 25, in the Union Ball-
room, will open exclusively to sen-
iors.
Any remaining tickets will be
sold to students from all classes
beginning tomorrow.
They may be purchased from 1
to 4:30 p.m. in the Administration
Bldg. The price is $3.60. Since
the number of tickets is limited,
seniors have been given priority.
Senor Ball will feature the mu-
sic of Hal McIntyre's orchestra.
McIntyre, who started out -with
Glenn Miller, has become a re-
cording, as well as a personal ap-
pearance, favorite. Some of his
top recording hits have been "Sen-
timental Journey," "Put 'Em In A
Box," and "Lover, Come Back To
Me."

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