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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

420

Students

Pledge

Fraternities

at

End of

Fall

Rushing

IFC Announces Names of New Members

A total of 420 men pledged 42
campus fraternities this fall, ac-
cording to pledge lists released
yesterday by the Office of Student
Affairs.
This figure represents G8 per
cent of the 620 who signed up for
rushing this semester. Last se-
mester 375 or 95 per cent of the
393 rushees pledged.
* * *
FOLLOWING IS a list of the
fall pledge class:
ACACIA: Arthur T. Bublitz,
'53E, Donald Chisholm, '55, Don-
Eald E. Nissle, '55, Richard Nyberg,
'55E.
ALPHA DELTA PHI: James B.
Allen, '54, Harold P. Andrews, '55,
Robert Blair Crawford, '56A, Law-
rence E. Dooge, Jr., 'S5NR, Ken-
neth Henry Misar, '55, Art Nicho-
las, '53E, James Riecker, '55, Stan-
'ley V. Seiffert, 'SSE, Edmund B.
Swanson, '55E, Charles Reid Web-
ber, Jr., '55.
ALPHA EPSILON PI: Stanley
Herman, '54, Samuel S. Reiter, '55,
Robert Schatz, '54P, Maxwell Ja-
cob Schwartz, '55, Norman Starr,
'55, Irving Weiner, '55, Herbert
Zarrow, '55P, Fred Richard Zech-
man, '54A.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI: John
Brandenstein, '54E, John Mar-
shall Harlon, '55E, Alfred Miller,
'53Ed., Carl F. Reinholz, '55A,
Louis A. Rossetti, '55A, Richard
Smith, '55, George B. Trubow,
'55, Wesley W. Wenrich, '54NR.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA: Daniel
;Boone, '55, Wayne Chapman, '54,
Howard Christenson, '53, Thomas
Finch, '54, Kenneth Grieser, '55E,
James Ison, '55E, Hugh Schaefer,
'55, Achilles Tarachas, '54, Hugh
Wenk, '55.
BETA THETA PI: Charles B.
Carter, '56A, Ronald J. Caya, '55,
Robert D. Guy, '55, John H. Hese-
man, '55, William R. Lawrence, '55,
Dan McGrew, '55, John Franklin
Miller, '55, William H. Schreiner,
'55.
CHI PHI: Dale P. Armstrong,
"55, Charles D. Atwater, '53, Rod-
ney W. Chubb, '55, Richard S.
Dunphy, '55, Glenn M. Lieving, '53,
William T. Nelson, '55E.
CHI PSI: Roy Christiansen,
'54, Gary H. Knapp, '55, Robert
S. McGinnis, '55, Harry Pen-
, nington III, '55E, Robert W.
Sabo, '55E, William C. Wilkin-
son, '55.
' DELTA CHI: Frederick Dawe,
'55A, Bruce Highstrete, '53E, Fre-
derick Pincoe, '54E, Charles Todd,
'56A.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON: Ter-
rence Edward Adderley, '55, Neil
Call, '55, Thomas M. Comparet,
'55, Daniel K. Converse, '55, Peter

Dow, '55, Carl M. Eckert, '55, Gor-
don E. Epding, '56, Robert C.
Hutchinson, '55E, Arthur W. Ryan,
'55,
DELTA SIGMA PHI: Wm.
George Underhill, '55, Jack Les-
ter Burbach, '55, Newton Deming
Baker, '52, George L. Greene, '54,
Richard Abbott Hamilton, '54.
DELTA TAU DELTA: James
V. Bauer, '55, Dale Austin
Brown, '53, Thomas M. Dale, '53,
Adolph Richard Dasler, '55,
Deane S. Dixon, '54, Hubert F.
Garver, Jr.,'55, Andrew Kaul IV,
'55, John Lyons Porritt, '55,
Fielding Potashnich '55, John R.
Schaupp, '55.
DELTA UPSILON: R o b e r t
Brown, '55, Robert N. Cuffe, '53
BAd, Louis Dame, '55E, William
Haidie, '55, James A. Cafer, '55,
Richard A. Maier, '55, Donald Os-
born, '53, Edward Schneider, '52E,
James R. Sherman, '55, James Tre-
boar, '55.
KAPPA ALPHA PHI: Howard
Settler, '53, Arthur H. Townsend,
'54, Frederick S. Waller, '52?.
KAPPA NU: Paul K. Berg, '55,
Richard L. Coskey, '55E, Lyle Parr,
'55.
KAPPA SIGMA: Charles Bal-
kema, '55, Mark Bear, '55, Chris
Brown, '53 BAd, Thomas Cooper,
'54, Dave Davies, '55E, Sherm Fill-
more, Grad., John Higgins, '55A,
Donald Hurst, '3Ed., David Liv-
ingston, '55, Richard Roth, '54,
Charles Skala, '55, William Washa-
baugh, '54.
LAMBDA CIII ALPHA: Paul
D. Duncan, '53 BAd, Jerry Groat,
'55, Donald Kaiser, '55 Gordon
R. Merritt, '56A, Jack Nichols,
'55, Richard E. Sonntag '55E,
David E. West, '53E.
PHI DELTA THETA: Richard
Alexander, '55, Harry Athanson,
'55, George E. Clarke, '55, David
L. Czachorski, '54E, Peter David-
son, '55, James Green, '55P, Nor-
man C. Harbert, '55E, Lewis Greg-
ory Hooper, '54, Thomas L. Horn-
ing, '54, Thomas Horton, '55, James
M. Kalifleison, '55, James L. Little,
'54, Donald MacLaren, '54, Wil-
liam R. MacArthur, '55E, Ronald
W. Mauer, '55, James H. Moore,
'55, Jack G. Petrie, '55, Joel E.
Sebastian, '54, Robert B. Strain,
'55E, Russel P. Swaney, '55E, Ed-
ward H. Ward, '55, Arnold K. Wol-
gast, '55.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: John
Cooley Baity, '55, Frank H. Corn-
well, Jr., '55, James A. Douglass,
'54, E. Clark Gibson, '55E, Charles
H. Patton, '55, Peter John Paulus,
'56, G. Roy Pella, '54, Richard
Pinkerton, '55, Tom E. Shannon,
'55, Lynn Richard Shephard, '55E,
John H. Upton, '55, Eric William
Vetter, '54, Robert N. Wells, '55,
William Winkler, '55Ed.
PHI KAPPA PSI: David E. A.
Carson, '55, Francis Carlton Col-
cgrd, '55, Nikolas F. Hansen, '55,
T. Stephen Hauser, '55, Lynn E.
Howell, '55, John Calvin Kline, '55,
Robert Donald Meyer, '55E, Robert
Gerald Mills, '55, Howard Pecken-
paugh, '55, Phillip H. Sears, Jr.,
'55P, Eugene N. Smoley, '53, Ro-
bert A. Spencer, '55.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Ralph
W. Boeker, '55E, Raymond P.
Elliott,'55, Robert S. Hobbs,'55E,
Michael H. Lashmet, '55, Frank
S. Lyndall, Jr., Grad. B.A., Mario
M. Paparella, '54.
PHI KAPPA TAU: Dale William
Bowins, '54, Robert Alexander Bu-
chanan, '54, James Bulloch, '55,
Richard Schiel Currie, '54E, How-
ard Jerry Hockstad, '55, George
Hopper, '55, Larry Ho Jeu, '53E,
Gerald Richard Martas, '54E,
Richard Arlan Phillips, '55, Gor-
don Glenn Wepfer, '55E.
PHI SIGMA DELTA: Lee Ab-
rams, '55, Earl Abramson, '55, The-
odore Amdeer, '55, Robert Becker,
'54, Gerald Bilik, '55 Mus., Mar-

shall Blondy, '55, Melvin Bern-
stein, '55, Simeon Brinberg, '55,
Julian Finkelhaus, '55, Anthony
Giambalvo, '55, Ivan Kahu, '55,
Peter Katz, '55SM, Jerome Kent,

'53, Richard Kostoff, '55, Lee Kra-
mer, '55, David Markowitz, '55, Ro-
bert Portnoy, '55, Eugene Ross, '54,
Barry Safir, '55, Malcom Schlus-
berg, '55, Larry Schreiber, '55, Al-
an Tarr, '55.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Joseph A.
Frank, '54, Frank Frazier, '55, Ed-
ward Harding, '53, Reginald Huff,
'52, Robert Kennedy, '55E, James
Loree, '54, Richard Mueller, '55,
Robert Mueller, '55, Daniel Shait-
berger, '55E, Chester Sledznik, '52
BAd., Allen Smith, '55, Robert
Vanderzee, '53E.
PI LAMBDA PHI: David Caplan,
'55, Edward Fox, '54NR, Armin
Guggenheim, '53, Larry Levy, '54,
Carey May, '55, Robert Rosin, '55,
Paul Siegel, '55, Burton Stein, '55.
PSI UPSILON: James Barker,
'55, Tom Bender, '55E, Clement
Eckrich, '55, Charlies Irvin, '55,
Richard Joy, '54, Ronal Larson,
'55, Harrison Quirk, '55E, Boyd
Redner, '55, Douglas Roberts, '55,
Robert Sandling, '55E.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Her-
bert Berwald, '55E, Robert Bishop,
'55, Douglas Dales, '5, Paul Dor-
meny, '55, Earl Engel, '54, William
Hamaker, '54, William Hart, '55,
Edwin Heikken, '55NR, Anthony
Herbold, '54, Charles Hollis, '55,
James Buttenlocher, '55, Donal
Kenney, '54, William Miller, '53,
Blair Munns, '55, Cecil O'Boyle,
'53 BAd, Lawrence Preuss, '53,
Hadley Schaefer, '55E, Walter
Voss, '53wBAd., James Way, '53
BAd., Howard Welch, '53 BAd.
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Reuben
Ballis, '54, David Bornstein, '55,
Neil Dorfman, '55, Robert Gantz,
'55, Jay Grant, '55, H. Barton
Hamburger, '54, Marc Jacobson,
'55, Jerry Jerome, '55, Nathaniel
Kahn, '55, Robert Karp, '55, Stew-
art Krakover, '55, David Levenson,
'54, Robert Metz, '55, Basil Nemer,
'55, BernardRapaport, '55, Floyd
Rappaport, '55, Stuart Ross, '5A,
Earl Rudner, '55, Allan Schecter,
'55, Bertram Shapero, '5, Harvey
Tennen, '53, Robert Wagner, '5,
Myron Waxberg, '55,gWarren
Werthwimer, '55, William Wise,
'55, Alfred Wolin, '54, Fred Yaffe,
'54, Robert Zeff, '55.
SIGMA CHI: Michael Barnard,
'55, Jerry Benson, '5SSM, Richard
Doll, '55, Thomas Dyckman, '55,
John Fildew, '55, James Ford, '55,
John Lager, '55, John Maddox, '55,
Lance Minor, '55, Maurice Pelto,
'53, Gary Skidmore, '55, Paul Tho-
mas, '55A, James Walters, '55E,
Arthur Wynne, '55.
SIGMA NU: Ronald Chipps, '55,
Robert Dau, '52, William Lindgren,
'54, James McGarvey, '55, Philip
Nestor, '52BAd., John Oliver, '54E,
Robert Richardson, '55E, Wiley
Sams, '55, Donald Shipley, '53E,
Thomas Skrentny, '54, Edward Sle-
der, '54P, Ronald West, '52E, John
Wilson, '52, Frank Lexa, '55.
SIGMA PHI: W. Ben Blackett,
'55, Fred Bradshaw, '55, Clay-
ton Cormier, '54, Frederick Dor-
er, '55, Frederick Glover, '55E,
John Hibbard, '55E, John Lep-
pelmeier, '55, Richard Penberthy,
'55, George Roen, '54E, Nemer
Simons, '53, Richard Van Hout-
en, '53, William Whitney, '55A..
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Neill
Bowman, '52NR, William Cary, '53,
Edward Conlin, '53, John Conlin,
'54, Herbert Hood, '54, James Hub-
bell, '54, Burwell Jones, '55, Rich-
ard Lowery, '54E, Don MacGregor,
'53, Donald Mason, '54, Herman
Snyder, '54E, Pieter Thomassen,
'54.
SIGMA PI: Richard Kocon, '53,
David Manwaring, '53.
TAU DELTA PHI: Eugene Cur-
tis, '55E, Hanlet Gurwin, '55, Er-
win Rubenstein, '55, Fred Shure,
'55, Lionel Spoon, '55.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Robert
Fitts, '53E, Robert MacDonald, '54,
Thomas McNorton
THETA CHI: Roger Willough-
by, '54, Speers Crumrine, '54SM,

Donald Urquhart, '55, Doug Hill,
'55, Robert Jarndinico, '54, Lars
Linden, '55E, Eugene Re, '53,
Stephen Jaffe, '54, James Ross,
'54, Jack Bennett, '56A, Roy
Hawkinson, '54.
THETA DELTA CHI: George
Beauchamp, '55, Gerald Conley,
'55, John Garritsen, '55, Jack Gar-
ter, '55, William Graessley, '55,
Thomas Griffing, '55SM, Howard
Gurney, '54, H. Cumings Johnson,
'55, Robert Loucks, '54, Stuart
Meach, '55, Eugene Miller, '55E,
Lee Morrison, '54, Roger Penning,
'53, Jack Strong, '54.
THETA XI: Fred Bryan, '55,
James Burke, '55, Robert Clark,
'53, James Easley, '55, Donald
Knapp, 'S5E,Joseph LaTendresse,
'53, Gene Lehmann, '55E, Donald
MacKinnon, '54, Kenneth Perkins,
'55, James Rasbach, '54.
(Continued on Page 6)

NEW TENANTS-Moving into their new Senior Executive Board
Office in the SL building are, from left to right, Dave Barrett,
Nancy Watkins and Bob Leopold.
Pound House Opened Sunday
For Use of Foreign Students

AFCW W omen FIRST OF ITS KIND:
Probe Problems Sororitys' Exc
At Covntion To Be Sponsor
Co-rcreaion ~ork Panhellenic will sponsor the
Co-eceaio W r first inter-sorority exchange din-.
Finance, Organization ncr in campus history tomorrow,
in an attempt to promote a feeling
Dilsculssed at Meeting of cooperation and friendship;
among the houses.,
Clea Lak Cam, ner Batle Sororities have been divided in-
Creek, was the scene of much ac-totregupofsxhssea,
tivity last week end when the according to their geographic lo-
state convention of the Athletic cation. * *
Federation of College Women was GROUP ONE will be composed
held.
held.of the following: Gamma Phi
The two-day stay, sponsored by Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Colle-
Albion College, was attended by gita Sorosis, Chi Omega, Delta
representatives from all Michigan Zeta and Alphi Phi.
colleges belonging to the national Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Del-
organization. ta Tau, Alpha Gamma Delta,
* *n m pm
Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Gamma
MISS PEARL BERLIN, faculty and Kappa Kappa Gamma will
member of the Women's Physical be in Group Two, and Group
Education Department, and W A Three will include Kappa Delta,
board members Barbara Riley, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Del-
Gloria Yough and Allison Mac- ta, Pi Beta Phi, Delta Delta Del-
Arthur served as convention dale- t and Alpha Epsilon Phi.
gates for the University. In accordance with the number
Topics discussed included co- of girls which each house can seat
recreation, outings, finances and at dinner, the coeds will be di-
the problem of strengtheninAg vided into small groups.
the state organization FOR EXAMPLE, in a sorority a
The n a t i o n a A organization, certain number of girls will re-
which is commonly called AF'CW, main at their own house to act
has representatives in most all as hostesses, while approximately
college a t h 1 e t i c associations the same number will go to each
throughout the country. of the other five houses in their
* r * respective groups.
N C I srs th The rushing chairmen of the
pacyIthFervsitELhEis sororities have already had sev-
capacita eo nvceaity Ahe i eral meetings together in an ef-
resposle oart ahtcquscations fort to knower o eah ohetter
and proceedings of the AFCW and. ota uhn ilb bet
also for contributing information be an easier task this year.
thouhe onalhe ouranity. n aboutgrThree houses have been given
Ag a the privilege of rushing informally
WA Y this fall. They are Kappa Delta,
"Sportlife," the newspaper of Alpha Omicron Pi and Delta Zeta.
the AFCW, was originated by * #**
Miss Marie Hartwig, faculy ad- EACH OF these houses is in a
visor of WAA, and saw its first group and coeds have been urged
publication in Ann Arbor. by Rosemary Wise, Panhel rushing
chairman, to make a special ef-
About five issues are published fort to become acquainted with
annually, containing stories of the members of these houses,
athletic and recreational activities since in the near future they will
of college women, be aiding them with their plans
On October 6 of last year W AlhAA far informal rushing.
served as hostess to delegates from This is the first year that in-
nine Michigan college athletic as- formal rushing has been usel at
sociations. the University, and the Panhel-
Purpose of the meeting was to lenic Board hopes that It will
maketclans for the National Con- be successfulh
vention of the AFO W, which was
held April 10 through 13 on the
University campus.h nbry Tnd tHE P! el-

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ed by Panlhel
Concentrated efforts are being
made to instill a high feeling of
cooperation among the sororities
during this period, since the re-
sults will be apparent at the close
of rushing.
Senior, junior, sophomore and
transfer women are eligible for
informal rushing. Registration
will be Monday and Tuesday, Oc-
tober 22 and 23.

Esson Gale States Aim of Project -
Provide Atmosphere of American Home'

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"The recurring lament of for-
eign students that they have never
seen into an American private
home has been answered by the
opening of the Madelon Pound
House," Dr. Esson M. Gale, direc-
tor of the International Center,
said at the open house dedication
ceremonies for the House Sunday.
Several hundred foreign stu-
dents, f a c u t y members' and
townspeople visited the three floor
residence at 1024 Hill which has
been remodeled to supplement the
facilities of the International Cen-
ter
THE REMODELING of the
home was done by the University
with funds provided by Arthur
Pound and his wife Madelon, for
whom the house is named.
At 3:30 p.m. Sunday Presi-
dent and Mrs. Harlan H. Hatch-
er, the Pounds, Regent and Mrs.
Roscoe Bonisteel, Mr. and Mrs.
Esson M. Gale, Michael A. Gor-
man and guests gathered in the
main drawing room for an in-
formal dedication ceremony.
Gorman, editor of the Flint
Journal and life-long friend of
the Pounds, described the inter-
est and generosity the facily has
shown toward the University and
their contribution to Flint, where
Mrs. Pound's father was a pioneer
automobile manufacturer.
MRS POUND then presented to
Regent Bonisteel a facsimilie draw-
ing of a plaque which will be af-
fixed to the front entrance of the
house. The plaque bears the name
of the house and a quotation from
Robert Burns flanked ' by two
torches of learning and the Uni-
versity seal.
In an acceptance speech Re-
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Center will continue its work
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President Hatcher commented
on the friendship which had ex-
isted between himself and Pound,
for many years. Both are authors
of books in a Great Lakes series.
* * *,
FOLLOIVING t h e ceremony,
guests inspected the newly decor-
ated social rooms and library fa-
cilities on the first floor and two
large rooms devoted to English
orientation of foreign students on
the second floor,
Furnishings and equipment
for the House have been provid-
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A Community Committee was
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ior Board will be available this
week from 3 to 5:30 p.m. in the
Executive Board office in the Stu-
dent Legislature building.
* * *
Assembly-Reporters for the As-
sembly Inter-Dorm newspaper will
meet for the first timne at 4 p in.
today in the League. The room
number willbe posted.
* * *
Soph Cab -- The collection of
dues for all sophomore women will
begin today and continue through
Nov. 1.
Positions are still open on var!-
ous committees for Soph Cab and
all interested sophomorewomen.
are urged to sign up for these
committees in the Undergraduate
Office of the League
* * *
Hillel-The Hillel folk- song.and
dance group will meet at 7:30 p m.
today at the League.
* * *
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bridge players will begin at 7:30
p.m. today at the League and will
be followed by the intermediate
class at 8:30 p.m. Tickets may.
be purchased from 9 a.m. to noon
and from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. today
in the League Undergraduate 'Of-;
fice.
Student-Faculty Coffee Hour.-
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ter will be held from 4 to 6 p ii..
tomorrow in the Terrace Room of
the Union. The Political Science
Department will be honored this
week, but all students and faculty
members are cordially invited to
attend the coffee hour.
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