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PAGF FIVE

)AY, MARCH 4, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Petitions for WAA Positions
Due at League Office Today

Petitions for all positions on the
Board of the Women's Athletic
Association will be due at 5 p.m.
today in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Interviewing will begin tomor-
row and continue until Ilarch 14.
Petitioners will be interviewed by
senior members of the VIAA
Board.
PETITIONS MAY still be ob-
tained in the League, WAB and
Barbour Gym, and copies of old
petitions, along with committee
chairmen reports, are available in
the League Undergraduate Office.
Women may petition for a to-
tal of three positions, two of
which may be executive offices.
In order to be eligible for the
president's position, the applicant
Ballet Group
Reorganizes
All men and women interested
in ballet are invited to attend the
re-organizational meeting of the
co-recreational Ballet Club at 7:15
p.m. today in Barbour Dance Stu-
dio.
Beginning this week, two class-
es will be held at each meeting. An
intermediate class will take place
from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m., and a be-
ginner's group will be taught from
8:15 to 9:15 p.m.
The plan has been initiated in
order to attract more students in-
terested in dance and to provide a
better opportunity for men and
women to gain the type of instruc-
tion necessary.
The intermediate class will be
taught by Mrs. Doris Taylor, for-
merly a dancer with the San Fran-
cisco Ballet under Mr. William
Christensen.
Three members of the interme-
diate group will alternate in the
teaching of the beginner's class.
Although the club's activities
consist mainly of these classes,
other opportunities to learn about
theatrical dance will be offered.
At the present time two mem-
bers are choreographing a 'dance-
poem to be presented late in
March. Men and women interested
in dance parts may inquire at the
meeting today.
All new members are requested
by the Ballet Club ' manager to
bring practice clothes to the meet-
S ing.

must have served at least one year
on the board and be a second se-
mester junior at this time.
* * *
INCLUDING THE office of pre-
sident, there are 13 posts open on
the executive board of the WAA.
These positions on the board
include president, two vice-pre-
sidents, secretary, treasurer, AF-
CW representative, participation
manager, sorority, dormitory and
league house managers, public
relations manager and Daily
publicity manager.
Besides these executive board
posts, whose duties have been dis-
cussed in previous articles in the
Daily, there are 18 sport club
managers' positions.
* * *
THE HEAD of each sport club
has certain important duties to
perform, including being respon-
sible for all organization and ad-
ministration of the sport.
Position as a sport manager
also entails planning the sched-
ule of practices, games, and club
activities before the beginning of
the season, presenting at Board
meetings all business pertaining
to the sport, and assisting in se-
curing officials for all games.
Other duties of the managers
include assisting in securing and
training scorers for all games, re-
cording and filing the scores of all
games and names of all partici-
pants in the sport, and submitting
to the participation chairman a
list of all participants in the sport.
* * *
MANAGERS MUST also work
on the Board in any capacity when
the sport is not in season and
must appoint or elect a treasurer
if any money is to be handled.
Five of these 18 clubs are co-
recreational and both men and
women may petition for the po-
sitions of manager.
The co-recreational clubs and
their managers this year are bal-
let, Ann Albert; ice skating, Stew-
art Brown; Folk and square dance,
Allison MacArthur;'modern dance,
Doris Melleky; and town and coun-
try, Glen Musselman.
Coed sport clubs and their man-
agers include badminton, Marian
Swanson; basketball, Margaret
Saferian; bowling, Beri Miench;
camp counselors, Gloria Yough;
fencing, Jackie Bergey; and field
hockey, Pat Texter.
The other clubs and their man-
agers are golf, Elizabeth Clapham;
Michifish, Barbara Beckley; offi-
cials and coaches, Joyce Dudkin;
rifle, Barbara Meier; softball, Sue
Boll; tennis, Barb Wildman; and
riding, Ann Henderson.
JGP
There will be an important
meeting of the JGP cast at 5 p.
m., today, in the League.

LADDER ANTICS-Pictured above is an AEPi and two women
guests at the fraternity's Firemen's Ball held last Saturday night.
Seen everywhere in the house were pieces of firefighting equip-
ment so everyone felt safe, although the decorations seemed to
threaten fire.
* * * *
ALL ABLAZE:
Ann Arbor's Chief Fireman
Aoe i I
Sees AEi House in Fame

Bum Winners
Will Present
BoweryBall
Mike, Zeke, Henry111
Willy, Bert Selected ;
As 'Big Soppy Five'
By BEA JOHNSON
In the recent nationwide "Big
Bum" contest it was discovered
that the five sloppiest "bums"
were enrolled at the University.
President Harlan Hatcher tried
to censor the announcement that
the bums were on campus as it
would give bad publicity to 'the
quality of students here at the
University.
However, officials of the contest,
have revealed that the winners of
the "Big Bum" contest were Uni-
versity students Mike, Zeke, Willy,
Bert and Henry III.
The "bums" were discovered loi-
tering around the Union pool room
by the contest officials, dressed to
kill in the sloppy attire of dirty'
T-shirts, patched jeans and. "black
bucks."
When interviewed, the sloppy
five defended their social stand-
ing. Zeke, the spokesman in the
bum's behalf said, "Just because
we are of a lower social class so-
cially don't mean dat me and me
buddies can't put on a high-classed
social event."
The infamous five have planned
to have a coming out party "Just
to show youse guys, who have be-
stowed upon-us bums the woid
'bum.' We're going to plan a hig-
classed dance, from 9 to midnight
on Saturday at the Union Ball-
room."
"We calls it BOWERY BAL,"
continued the odiferous Zeke,
"mainly 'cause it's going tb be
decorated to de surroundings dat
me, Mike, Willy, Bert and Henry,
the thoid is so accustomed to."
Continuing with the plans Zeke
and the other four bums figured
that there are more than five bums
on campus that would appreciate
the Bowery coming out party at
the Union. They urge all prospec-
tive bums to purchase tickets for
the dance.
Zeke and the other four plan to
reveal their identity when they
personally sell tickets at noon on
Wednesday in front of the Union.
"We has special pull with dese
Union guys due mainly to me quick
tung," revealed Zeke.
"We advises you to come or else.
When we puts on a dance, we ex-
pects to see results," threatened
Zeke. "I think you catches what I
means by de tone of me voice."
"Due to our unpopularity wid de
coppers in dese parts, we demands
dat all youse wear bum's clothing
at de dance," advises Zeke.
The Unn dance committee has
graciously relinquished the Union
ballroom to the fie bums ad will
cooperate with the city police in
trying to keep the Bowery Ball
from becoming a bum's brawl.

(Continued from Page 1)
ALPHA TAU OMEGA: David
Rand Bishop, '54; James Ward
Dryer, '54; Donald Bruce Head,
'55E; Darrell Wayne Huntley, '54;
John David Maas, '54E; Duncan
Black McDonald, '55; David Ralph
Netting, '54; Millard Handley Pry-
or, '55; Robert Cyriel Speybroeck,
'54; Roger Spencer Staff, '55E.
CHI PHI: Gorman Rendel Cul-
ver, '55; Thomas Jerome For-
gacs, '54BAd; James Lyons How-
ell, '55E; John Clemens Kolb,
'54A&D; Richard Marlowe Mur-
phy, '55BAd; Edward Samuel
Patterson, '55A&D; Gerald Wil-
liam Roberts, '54; James J. Ro-
pert, '55E; Ralston W. Schultz,
'54E; John Treadaway, '55E.
CHI PSI: Bruce Bevington Allen,
'55; Ross Francis Bechard, '55; Pe-
ter George Banzhaf, '54; Gordon
Douglas Brookn, '54E; George Ri-
chard Glass, '55E; Charles Pierce
Hatch, '55E.
Robert Donaldson Law, Jr., '55E;
Richard Albert Lawrence, '55;
James Harmon Mabry, '54; Guy T.
Moulthrop, '55E; Arthur Calvin
Smith, '55 A&D; Robert Frank
Westover, '55.
DELTA CHI: David H. Ed-
wards, '54E; John C. Norburg,
'53E.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON: Ro-
bert Granderson Clapham, '55;
James Alfred Lafer, Jr., '55.
DELTA SIGMA PHI: David
Pence Huthwaite, '55; Dale Camer
Rax, '55E.
DELTA TAU DELTA: Robert
Max Danials, '54; Samuel B. Di
Frencesco, '54; Robert K. Domler-
owski, '55; Patrick V. Montoyano,
'54; John C. Peirce, '55.
DELTA UPSILON: Ara Boya-
jian, '54E; Edward N. Beck, '55;
Richard L. Buck, '55; Frederick R.
Gorree, '54A&D; George A. Hell-
warth, '55E; James D. Laarman,
'55E; John C. Layman, '54E; Na-
thaniel F. Pierce, '55; Gerald J.
Underwood, '55.
KAPPA SIGMA: Lee Elwyn
Allgood, '55E; Jere Hall Brophy,
'55E; Donald Ray Dugger, '53
BAd; Charles William Paetzke,
'53; Laurence Alden Price, '53;
John Alfred Renner, '55A&D;
Robert Charles Tuck, '55; Del-
man Howard Wright, '53BAd.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Lloyd
Stanley Anderson, '55; Elliott Evan
Burd, '54; Neil Albert Cords, '55;
Donald Good, '55; Robert Lee
Kessler, '54E; Leslie L. Knowlton,
'55; Eugene J. Kochkodan, '54;
James Lawrence Snediker, '54E;
Raymond Lee Wine, '56; Angello
Zannie, '55.

PHI SIGMA KAPPA: William
Otis Andrews, Jr., '54M; William
Franklin Jewell, Grad.
* * *
PI LAMBDA PHI: Seth Colod-
ney, '55; David Frank, '56; Allan
Mogilowitz, '54; David Morgan,
'56; David Potyk, '54; Benjamin
Uchitelle, '55.
PSI UPSILON: Edward B. Bit-
zer, '55E; Charles Ansel Leaf,
'54; Douglas Keith Robinson,
'55E; John W. Sweetland, '54.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON : Ro-
bert A. Bell, '54; Joseph M. Bick-
nell, '55; Robert W. Bishop, '53
BAd; Donald R. Browne, '55; John
F. Carroll, '54; Carl A. Cornelius-
.on, '53E; Richard E. Ernst, '54;
Richard F. Hulstrand, '55.
Joseph W. Krahl, '55; Gilbert S.
Lazich, '52; Roger C. Markhus,
'54; David J. Noorthoek, '54; Ro-
bert D. Roush, '55E; Almon G.
Turner, '54E; Robert A. Webb, '53.
* * *
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Robert
Bergner, '56; Paul Groffsky, '55;
Stephen Jacob Jelin, '55; Leonard
Martin Loren, '55; Richard Paul
Meyer, '55; Ronald David Rose-
held, '54; Charles Sachse, '54; Jer-
ome Leon Schastak, '55; Donald
Wittma Tann, '55.
SIGMA CHI: John William
Gelder; Phillip R. Jacobus; Wil-
liam G. Mergard; Andrew A. Ra-
del,'55E; Charles A. Ritter, '54E;
Charles H. Stark, '55; John R.
Warmholts; John A. Ziegler, '55.
SIGMA NU: Terence Andre, '55
LSA; Carl Dubac, '55E; Alfred
Ewert, '55E; Larry Keenan, '55E;
Robert Koester, '55SM; Mike
Montgomery, '55; Gerald Moss,
,55E; John Pate, '55; Richard Rex,
'55E; Dick Scroggins, '55; James
Talcott, '55.
* * *
SIGMA PHI: Grant Harris, '56
A&D; Frank John McCarthy, '53;
Ronald Gordon Morgan, '56.

IFC Announces Fraternity Pledges

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SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Rus-
sell Aiuto, '55; Walter Boland,
'54; Charles Chavarria, '55; Alan
Cierk,'55; George Croasdale, '55;
Paul Doolle, '54; Albert Fey, '55.
Richard Fiegel, '55; Louis Frey-
bler, '54; Hugh Gouldthorpe, '55;
Donald Hanley, '55; James Hellen-
berg, '55; Robert Hoydic, '55; Joe
Jefferis; Robert Nichols, '53; Ed-
ward Rockwell, Jr., '55; James Ro-
maker, '53.
Frederick Schoettley, '57; Ste-
phen Shawaker, '55; John Vellor-
tigara, '55; Maurice Van Auken,
'55; James Van Cleve, '55; Thomas
Waltz, '55; John Wotring, '55;
James Youngblood, '54; Floyd
Zimerman, '55.
* * *
TAU DELTA PHI: Stanley Bern-
stein, '56; Edward Choderoff, '56;
Laurence Friedman, '56; Warren
Kleeman, '56E; Jack Novominsky,
'56; Fred Sansone, '56; George
Sperling, '56; Leonard Tax, '56.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Floyd
Reid, '55; Armin Tufer, '54BAd.
THETA CHI: Charles Barnhart,
'54; Charles Jehle, '55E; Charles
Malanick, '54; Joseph Ray, '54;
Robert Reardon, '54; Morris Ved-
der, '53.
THETA DELTA CHI: Philip Ho-
fan, '53E; Donald Kirkpatrick,
'55E; George Riddell, '55.
* * *
THETA XI: .Robert P. Clark,
'53; Carl B. Hinrichs, '55E; Robert
D. Kerns, '54 Mu.; Leonard Gene
Scott, '55; James R. Stewart, '54.
TRIANGLE: John H. Borrow-
man, '55E; Bruce H. Honeck,
'53E; Larry R. Petersen, '55E;
Paul W. Seippel, Jr., '55E; Wil-
liam L. Wallace, '55E.
ZETA BETA TAU: Stanley P.
Bohrer, '55; Gerald N. Gordon, '56;
Earl Jacobs, '54; Joel A. Kaplan,
'56; James F. Shapira, '56; Ned B.
Simon, '55; Donald H. Silberberg,
'55.

Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity put
on a big "blaze" at the "AEPi
Firemen's Ball" held Saturday
night.
Although the decorations in the
living room of the house made it
look as though it were on fire, the
house was never in danger of burn-
ing for Chief B'an Zahn of the
Ann Arbor Fire Department was in
attendance at the party.
There was also fire-fighting

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PANHEL-Petitions which are
due Monday in the Undergraduate
Office in the League include only
those for the Panhellenic Board.
Petitioning for Panhel Ball and
Variety Show will open at a later
date.
ORIENTATION - Orientation
leaders from last year who are in-
terested in working again next
fall should see Barbara Johnson
from 3:15 to 5 p.m. today or from
2:15 to 5 p.m. Thursday in the
League.
* * *
SENIOR NIGHT-There will be
a meeting of the singing chorus
for Senior Night at 5 p.m. today
in the League.

equipment loaned by the depart-
ment to be used by way of decora-
tion.
Fire hats, heavy raincoats, a
fire axe and a fire hose winding
through the living room and card
room put couples dancing amidst
the flaming living room at ease.
There was also a bell from the
front of a fire engine which was
rung several times throughout the
party. The bell was so loud that
the AEPi's felt the windows were
in danger of shattering several
times.
Adding to the noise of the party
was a siren, which had traveled
to the Rose Bowl game with the
1950 Wolverines and a fire engine
and crowd noises, loaned to the
house by radio station WHRV.
Twelve flares burning on the
front lawn warned the couples as
they approached the "Firemen's
Ball."
Besides the flaming decorations
in the living room were a fire-
men's pole and AEPi fireman
climbing a ladder to save a dam-
sel who was "boiling" in a bath-
tub. On the window of the house
Television set was a sign saying
"Break Glass in Case of Fire."
Guests -at the "AtPi Firemen's
Ball" were several members from
nearby dhapters of the same fra-
ternity.

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Dance Classes
The first of the League dance
classes will be held at 7:15 p.m.
tonight and tomorrow night in
the Michigan League Ballroom.
A special couples class will be
held at 8:30 p.m. both evenings.

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PHI DELTA THETA: Norman
E. Borgerson, Jr., '54; Robert J.
Henderson, '55; George Beau-
champ, Jr., '55.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Ross
Coates, '55; Jack Cox, '55; Maur-
ice Decoster, '55; Paul K. Geiger,
'55; Eugene Halbrook, '55; Eu-
gene S. Hartwig, '55; Thomas M,
Leopold, '55; Alex W. Mann, '55;
Robert E. McGrath, '54; Gerald
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Samuel F. Szor, %62; George E.
Warner, '55; Pierre Welch, Jr., '55;
William Winkler, '55; John Evans,
'55; Anthony Bonadio, '54.
PHI KAPPA PSI: Ralph X.
Cross; Gabriel Durana, E.; Freder-
ick C. Hertel; Robert E. Jewett;
Roger Law; Richard A. Miller,
George Nichols; Douglas Povenz.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Tony Bra-
hoff, '56; Jose N. Correa, '55; Don-
ald D. Drake, '55Ed; Thomas Fits-
simmons, '53; James L. Hobart,
'55; Robert A. Johnson, '55; Dean
L. Ludwig, '55Ed; Luis F. Rodri.
gues, '55; David K Scharmack,
'55E.
PHI KAPPA TAU: Malcolm B.
Campbell, '56A&D; Clarence W.
Cook, '54; Arthur A. Ranger,
'55E.
PHI SIGMA DELTA: Stuart
Friedman, '55; Robert F. Gold, 56;
Leonard.Gusser, '56; Robert Le-
vine, '56.

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