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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Panhel Announces Names of

32

9 Coeds as

Sorority

Pledges

Bids Given Out After Two Wee

600 Sign Up To Rush;
Low Marks Force Many
Women T Withdraw
After two hectic weeks of par-
ties of every kind and description,
329 coeds have pledged the sor-
ority of their choice.
Of approximately 600 women
who registered for rushing, a large
number dropped because of scho-
lastic deficiency.
The following coeds were pled-
ged Sunday:
ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Janet
Carol Alarie, Ann Kristin Arthur,
s Judith Drake, Jeanne Alison Gre-
gory, Mary Ellen Hiener, Mary
Jane Jessup, Helen Virginia Jones,
Marilyn Lama, Lynda Leaver,
Lucy Jane Lindsay, Roddie Mc-
Donnell, Shirley Ann Mason, Su-
zanne Pullon, Judy Richardson,
Ann Rodriguez, Joan St. Denis,
Diane Swendeman.
* * *
ALPHA DELTA PI: Ursula M.
Albert, Betty Bayliss, Betyt Ford,
Joanne Marjorie Gessner, Sylvia
Doris Hagopian, Caroline L. Her-
ald, Charlotte Hoyt, Beatrice A.
Johnson, Vivian Bernada Kelley,
Sibyl Marion Lutz, Frances N.
McMahon, Nancy Saker, Ann
Schiewetz, Marlene Schulhauer,
,,Phyllis Mary Thombs, Margaret
Williams.
' ALPHA EPILON PHI: Joan
Benzoin, Maxine Chaimson, Ar-
line Elconin, Ann Enlgander, Ja-
net H. Goldfarb, Marcia Diane
Goldfarb, Janet Goldstick, Dor-
een Paula Halpern, Jane Kahn,
Sylvia Koplow, Judy Loehnberg,
Phyllis Mann, Miriam Enid Me-
sirow, Suzanne Miller, Ronnie
Raider, Marilyn Remes, Marilyn
Robbins, Jacqueline Schiff, Nor-
. ma Seidon, Rita Lois Kissel.
* * a
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA: Janet
Blakney, Hester Ann Courtright,
Beverly Davis, Betty Jo Gorman,
Mary Hodges, Carolyn D. Keith,
Shirley Anne Ind, Margaret Lo-
gan, Ruth P. Olsen, Kathleen Mc-
Kinney, Wilma Sue Martin, Pa-
tricia Misiolek, Mary Ann Morris.
Marjorie Ann Mowrer, Abigail
Nickerson, Phyllis Johanna Pe-
terson, Barbara Platte, Nancy
Pridmore, Diane L. Schleicher,
Suzanne Schwind, Mary Scollard,
Gloria Joan Skidmore, Suzanne
c .oed Cl3da
JGP-Members of the singing
chorus will meet for rehearsals
a from 7 to 9 p.m. today, at 4 p.m.
tomorrow, and from 4 to 6 p.m.
, Friday at the League. Margaret
Strand, chairman of the commit-
tee requests all members to attend,
since these rehearsals are of ex-
treme importance.
House Presidents -- There will
be a s h o r t meeting of all
. dormitory house presidents at
4:30 p.m. today in the League.
If the president cannot come, it
Jis requested that she send a sub-
stitute with the president's class
schedule and preference of meet-
ing time, Tuesday or Wednesday.
* * *
Bowling Club - New and old
members are invited to the or-
ganizational meeting at 5 p.m. to-
'morrow at the WAB.

Smith, Florence V. Turner, Lois
Woita, Roseann Wood.
ALPHA OMICRON PI: Joanne
Elizabeth Anderson, Jane Louise
Burdett, Audrey Lois Murphy,
Alice Ann Ryan, Carolyn C. von-
Voightlander.
* * *
ALPHA PHI: Carolyn Abbott,
Phyllis Bettman, Anne Christen-
sen, Agnes Ann Dunn, Carolyn
Fisk, Anita Sue Kalmar, Nancy
Kieser, Mary Kuhns, Millicent
McIntyre, Marilyn Scott Martin,
Barbara Grace Mattison, Ann
Plumton, Carol Rogers, Suzanne
Ross, Joan F. Shehan, Lue Jane
Stinson, Katherine Wakeman,
Carlotta"Ann Ziegeler.
S* *
ALPHA XI DELTA: Elizabeth
Anne Barber, Elizabeth Brophy,
Stirling Cockbum, Dona Lee Da-
venport, Mary Day, Peggy Doug-
las, Sally Habermann, Lou Harn-
,den, Laura Hoffman, Ann Houck,
Sally Ann Knapp, Mary E. Lu-
bienski, Carol Virginia Lutz, Pa-
tricia Ann McVeigh, Patricia
Mahaney, Pauline Marx, Mary
Masten, June Miekka, Paula Riz-
zo, Patricia Ann Rohring, Marian
J. Swanson, Joyce Muriel Watson.
* * *
CHI OMEGA: Nancy Aiken,
Ann Black, Diane Cooley, Carolyn
Anne Crego, Joanna Fink, Mary
Catherine Hutchins, Margy Ket-
elhut, Mary Jo Kohl, Mary Jane
Lehman, Mary Jane Mills, Nancy
Reganall, Betty Rhamstine, Jean
Carol Sennet, Greta Shehan, Mary
Ann Smeltzer, Lois Suckow, Cath-
erine Taorimina, Marjorie Jane
Vaughan, June Vollrath.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS: Nan-
cy Ruth Alles, Nancy Lee Bowers,
Dorothy Brand, Sally Ann Butler,
Mary Sage Doelle, Judith Hamil-
ton, Suzanne Hempsin, Patricia
Jahns, Jean Belle Jones, Joanne
Kaiser, Doris Kenny, Jane Krch-
ma, Anne B. Lautner, Marilyn
McWood, Betty F. Magyar, Betty
Novy, Ruth Richmond, Saly
Shepler, Jacqueline Shrank, Ab-
bie Shumaker, Mary Frances
Wiseley, Sylvia J. Witherspoon.
* * *
DELTA DELTA DELTA: Ann
Albert, Julia Atwood, Pauline
Bucknell, Joyce Ann Clements,
Enid Virginia Foster, Clara Jane
Frederick, Sally Ippel, Judy
Johnson, Helen Elizabeth Ker-
math, Geraldine L. Lane, Sue Ly-
on, Mary McAllister, Shirley Mu-
eller, Carolyne Nussbaum, Judy
Omans, Carolyn Rau, Margaret
Sabin, Janet Sigtenhorst, Sue
Trometer.
DELTA GAMMA: Lorna Beck-
er, Ruth Carter, Alice Field, Sally
Ann Granger, Martha Hill, Jane
W. Kolb, Margaret Lewis, Betty
Ann Mares, Ardythe Marquardt,
Donna Mayer, Gretchen Meier,
Louise Adele Olmsted, Ruth El-
len Orr, Elizabeth Potter, Joan D.
Prescott, Carolyn Rourke, Jane
Arthur Thompson, Carolyn Wade,
Barbara Jane Wagner, Elizabeth
Ann Wargell.
* * *
DELTA ZETA: Carolyn Joan
Bauer, Letitia Lingle Bell, Janet
Currie, Marjory Joan Maurer,
Ruth Anne Renner, Georgia M.
Rese, Grace Seavoy, Lillian Alice
Steinhardt, Patricia Elaine Thay-
er, Mary Thompson, Mary Eliza-
beth Vaughan, Joyce Warney.
* * *
GAMMA PHI BETA: Catherine
Frances Baker, Lucile Begrow,

ks of Rushing
Martha Ann Bicknell, Beverly
Joy Brennen, Edith C. Buckwal-
ter, Mary Jean Cash, Diane Foley,
Jane McCarthy, Mary Anne Mc-
Cusker, Barbara Meier, Elizabeth
V. Miller, Barbara Nemec, Joyce
Roper, Virginia Sue Spurrier, Lu-
cille Stansberry, Mary Ann Sui-
no, Lynne Dean Taylor.
* * *
KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Aleen
Allsop, Dorothy D. Anderson, Pau-
la Lou Bargeman, Jean Frances
Barnby, Barbara Boegehold, Kar-
in Carlson, Anne Cowan, Anne
Furstenau, Judy Ann Gallup, Pa-
tricia Johnson, Else Jorgensen,
Jacqueline Judd, Phebe McLean,
Maureen McNamara, Mary Mal-
colm.
Carol Osuhowski, Arline Patton,
Faye Reichelt, Edith Paula Rew,
Nancy F. Scott, Suzanne Shafter,
Patricia Ann Skinner, Ann Tunni-
clif y, Joann Wennerberg.
KAPPA DELTA: Margaret Ann
Carter, Betty Anne Gruschow,
Charlotte Mary Havers, Rosemary
Heineman, Susan B. Lyons, Jere
A n n Palmer, M. Jacqueline
Shields, Billie Joan Reed, Ann
Reynolds.

DOCTORS OPERAT
Medical Stud
Annual Cadu(
"Calling Dr. Mal Practice".
The trials and tribulations of
this famed master of medicine
will be presented in skit form to
couples attending Caduceus Ball,
the medical school's annual dance,
which will be held Friday in the
Union Ballroom.
* * *
THE SATIRICAL STORY of
Dr. Mal Practice's antics at Uni-
versity Hospital will be presented
as a radio program during inter-
mission. The amusing events in
the life of a medical student at
Michigan are also scheduled in
the evening's entertainment.
Dancing will take place from
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. to the music of
Frank Tinker's orchestra which
plays for the weekly Union
dances.
Sponsored by Galens, honorary
medical society, Caduceus Ball is
a semi-formal which is given es-
pecially for medical students and
staff members at the University
hospital. The dance, however, is
open to students from all schools.
* * *
LUMINESCENT PAINT will
decorate the bandstand and walls
of the'ballroom giving an appro-
priate "ghost-like" setting for the
medical school's ball.
Musical notes and symbols
and a large replica of a juke-

E:
ents To Present
cEus Ball Friday
box will add a decorative touch
to the theme of the dance,
"Musico-therapy". Recent rec-
ord "hits," composed by staff
members at the hospital and
medical students will be dis-
played to the dancers at one
end of the room.
A large caduceus, a rod en-
twined with snakes-an emblem
dating from Greek and Roman
days-will be placed at the oppo-
site end of the dance floor. The
caduceus is an emblem now used
by the Army Medical Corps.
Tickets are being sold at the
Galen News Stand, located on the
first floor of University Hospital
and at the Union. They may be
purchased also from any Galen
member and at the door of the
ballroom the night of the dance.
Bill Wilkinson is the general
chairman for the dance. He is
being assisted by Dick'Asbury and
Jim Grost, publicity co-chairmen;
John Zimmerman and Chuck Ste-
vens, ticket co-chairmen; . Bill
i Kretschmar, patrons; Doug Erick-
son, decorations and Morrie
Weiss, entertainment.
Buy and Sell
T hru Daily Classifieds

* * *
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA: Eli-
zabeth Park Adams, Joan Louise
Brown, Kathryn C. Brown, Mar-
garet Ann Brown, Julie J. De-
Vries, Kathleen Doyle, Karin Fa-
gerburg, Sally Ware Gnau, Do-
rothy Hammett, Mary Longmaid,
Joan Mott Mitchell, Centes Mar-
ie Morrill, Susanne Elizabeth Nas-
set, Jill Predmore, Sue Ralston,
Sandra Reynalds, Susan Riggs,
Gay Joan Thurston, Sarah Weed.
PI BETA PHI: Ruth Elinor
Blight, Elizabeth M. Brown, Bar-
bara Ann Carse, Elise Fiber, Nan-
cy Sue Fitch, Mary Judith Frost,
Greta Giles, Sally Gouldthorpe,
Marian Haring, Alice Harrell,-Ann
Henderson, Sarah Hoffman, Pa-
tricia Morgan, Barbara Jeanne
Palmer, Diane Prettie, Anne
Schmitz, Sally Seymour, Margary
Ann Shoesmith, Susan Toshach,
Beverly Warwick, Frances Braden
Windham.
* * *
SIGMA DELTA TAU: Joan Bal-
son, Maxine Berliner, Natalie R.
Gold, Laura Goler, Ellen Haar,
Judith Haber, Esther Halpern,
Hargary Hemmelreich, Barbara
Ann Kaufman, Rosalie S. Kolk,
Leslie Lebow, Shola Levitt.
Florence Pasternack, Eleanor
Pope, Carol Rothenberg, Joan
Florence Sall, Naomi Satz, Audrey
Seligson, Barbara Ann Silverblatt,
Lois Solinger, Joy Whitman, Teri
Youngman, Jeggy Zager.
Variety Show
Chairmen Set
Names of members of the central
committee for Hillelzapoppin, an-
nual campus variety show to be
held March 24, have been an-
nounced.
Guida Garon is general chair-
man, while Al Gendelman has
charge of tickets, Carolyn Kaplan,
make-up; Lyn Rudolph, programs;
Lou Pollack, stage manager and
Bob Welber, publicity.
The six groups which are sche-
duled to present skits are: Sigma
Delta Tau, Alpha Epsilon Phi, the
Traumatic Players, Sigma Alpha
Mu, Zeta Beta Tau and Phi Sigma
Delta.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
LET'S DANCE-Brightening up a Sunday evening, students danced from 8 to 10:34 p.m. at the
firist of the Union's new weekly entertainment programs. Record dancing was featured in the small
ballroom, and cards were available for bridge and canasta games in the Terrace Room. There is no
admission charge for couples attending these weekly events.

APPLY WITHIN:

Coeds May Obtain Petitions
For Various Campus Positions

WAA1 11. ". .
Petitions are now available at
the League Undergraduate Office
for positions on the board of the
Women's Athletic Association.
The WAA is headed this year
by Marilyn Thisted whose biggest
job is to coordinate the specific
interests of many varied clubs, in-
cluding both sport and dance
clubs, and to oversee the activi-
ties undertaken by the organiza-
tion.
POSITIONS on the executive
board which are available are:
president, vice-president, secre-
tary, treasurer, co-rereactional
chairman, participation manager,
sorority manager, dormitory man-
ager, league house manager, pub-
lic relations chairman and Daily
publicity manager.
Other positions which are
open for petitioning include
club manager posts. Experience
or ability in the sport is not re-
quired, but rather an under-
standing of the purpose of the
club, enthusiasm plus leader-
ship and organizational ability.
It is required that in addition
to being a senior, one year be
served on the board before taking
over the president's position.
PETITIONS for WAA positions
will be due March 6 in the Under-
graduate Office of tla League. At
this time women are asked to sign
up for interviewing which will
begin March 7.
Petitions should include plans
for the positions being peti-
tioned for and also ideas about
WAA in general. Qualifications
and past experience should also
be included.
Interviews will be conducted by
the senior members of the WAA
executive board.
For the Figure
Doctors say that potatoes in
themselves are not fattening. It is
what one puts on them that makes
the calories mount up.

League . . .
Petitions f or senior League
posts will be due at 5 p.m. Friday
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
Executive positions open are:
president, vice president, secre-
tary, treasurer, chairman of judi-
ciary council and chairman of in-
terviewing and nominating com-
mittee.
* * *
OTHER POSITIONS are: dance
c l a s s chairman, chairman of
merit-tutorial, personnel chair-
man, public relations chairman,
chairman of special projects, so-
cial chairman, secretary of judi-
ciary, senior member of judiciary.
The list continues with: sec-
retary of interviewing a n d
nominating, finance chairman
of dance classes, two senior
dance class captains, assistant
chairman of special projects in
charge of the talent file, chair-
man of transfer orientation,
secretary of orientation com-
mittee, social chairman of ori-
entaion, information booth
chairman of orientation.
"Although the duties of the ex-
ecutive council are fairly well
known", says Pat Breon, present
chairman of interviewing and
nominating committee, "many
women aren't familiar with quite
a few of the other offices."
* * *
F U R T H E R INFORMATION
about the positions available may
be found in the League Lowdown,
Presideit's reports or the consti-
tution of the League.
The interviewing and nomi-
nating committee are holding
office hours from 2 to 5 p.m.
this week to supply information
about the senior positions.
Petitions may be picked up im-
mediately. Posts will be an-
nounced at instdllation night next
May 23.

Travel Service
Aids Students
Arrange for Trips,
Accommodations
Going abroad this summer?
The League Travel Service can
help you plan your itinerary, get
your accommodations or arrange
your transportation.
Enil Leidich, noted travel au-
thority, explained the functions
of the travel service to all inter-
ested students yesterday in the
Grand Rapids Room of the Lea-
igue.
The Service is available for both
men and women. It can arrange
reliable and inexpensive travel to
any point outside of the United
States, complete with itineraries
and tours, according to Mary
Watt, director of the Service.
"We need booth workers, re-
presentatives to contact housing
residences and people to work on
a publicity committee," Miss Watt
added.
Those helping in any part of
the Bureau need not travel them-
selves, Miss Watt stressed.
Coffee Hour Tomorrow
For Students, Faculty
This semester's program of stu-
dent-faculty coffee hours will get
under way tomorrow when the
first event is held from 4 to 5 p.m.
in the Grand Rapids room of the
League.
Members of the sociology and
psychology departments will be
special guests. The coffee hour is
open to students from all depart-
ments.
You'll enjoy pleasant warmth
and comfort going Greyhound-
on ANY trip ... at ANY time
.i. n ANY weather. And look at
these low fares-by Greyhound!
See how little it Costs
ANN ARBOR to:
Buffalo, N. Y.....$7.10

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TRITON

FILM SOCIETY (S.R.A.Y
presents a series of outstanding films.
Feb. 23 GREED with Erich von Stroheim
March 9 WHAT PRICE GLORY?
with Victor McLaglen
March 16 POTEMKIN, Sergei Eisenstein's
masterpiece

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March 30

FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE
APOCALYPSE with Rudolf
Valentino

Memberships $1.20 Spring Semester
Admission on membership basis only.
Available from 1 to 2 P.M. at
Lane Hall.

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FINAL CLEARANCE!

DRESSES...

3 GROUPS

$500

$700 '
VALUES TO $35.00

$900

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Dresses and Ensembles
Pert as Daffodills

COATS ...

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Short Tweed Storm Coats...$19.00
Values to $39.95
Zip-In Coats....$29.00 and $39.00

These dresses can be worn now and
into Spring! Sizes: 7-15, 10-18.

The prettiest prints in seasons.
Some printed all over, some
with solid jackets.
Pure Silks-Rayons--Taffetas-
From 16.95
Budget prints from $10.95

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Values to $59.95.

SUITS..

Sizes 10-18.

100% Wool Suits . . . . . . . . ..$29.00
Values to $59.95
CHECKS - SOLIDS - PLAIDS
Sizes 10-20
Rayon-lined Suits...........$15.00
(look like wool) crease-resistant.
Values to $32.95. Sizes 10-20.

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