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TUESDAY, MARCH 2 , 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Honor Society
Releases Lis t L
Of LCandidatestr
Alpha Lambda Delta
To Initiate Freshmenkky
At Sunday Breakfast {
Women who are eligible for
Alpha Lambda Delta, national F
freshmen women's honorary fra-
ternity, may register today from
3 to 5 p.m. in the League.
Coeds who are eligible have had
a 3.5 average over the first semes-
ter or the first two semesters of
their freshman year.-

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THE INITIATION, which will
take place Sunday, April 27, will
be followed by a breakfast.

Those eligible to become
members of Alpha Lambda Del-
ta are: Carol Faye Alford, Ben-
nie Elaine Balas, Eleanor Sue
Beebe, Lillian Bickert, Ruth
Elizabeth Brede, Jessie Brunton
and Miriam Elizabeth Buck.
The list continues with Anne
Kirk Campbell, Donna Ann Cha-
pin, Rebecca Lee Conrad, Ellin
Joyce Gaffert, Janet Lenore Gil-
ger, Sharon Barbara Gross, Edith
Louise Grotenhuis, Mary Elizabeth
Hall and Barbara Ann Hansen.
OTHERS ELIGIBLE are Ruth
Sylvia Harwitz, Donna Jane Hoff-
man, Frances Elaine Hauss, Ca-
milla Deborah Heller, Phyllis
Carol Hess, Sally Irene Katzel,
Lois Irene Klein, Frances Ruth
Kochin, Marjorie Thiel Kratz and
Alice Mary Kretzschmar.
Included in the list are Mary
S. Ladue, Carolyn Mae Lentz,
Joyce Margaret Leonard, Diana
Frances Locke, Barbara G. Mat-
tison, Margery Joyce Milks,

--Daily-Alan Reid
VICTOR'S CELEBiRATION-Cast and crew of Zeta Beta Tau Fra-
ternity go wild at Tappan Junior High School auditorium just
after it had been announced 'that they had won top honors in
the 1952 Hillelzapoppin Program. This was the second year in a
row that they had walked off with the trophy.

Dorothy Helen Myers, Martha
Nancy Neff, Ida Mae Nyberg
and Janet Adele Pasch.

Broman, Elizabeth Brophy and
Mary Ann Chaearestos.
* *

Vacation Plans
Occupy Minds
Of 'U'Women
By MARY JANE MILLS
With the first hints of warm
weather in the air many coeds are
starting to plan their summer va-
cations.
For inexpensive and rewarding
holidays outdoors many college
women are thinking in terms of
the many vacation spots within
the United States.
* * *
THE BEAUTY and facilities of
the national and state parks are
within the reach and means of
almost everyone's pocketbook.
Many parks offer personally-
guided tours, camp sites and en-
tertainment at a nominal price or
free of charge.
The mountains, clear lakes
and other exciting scenery
which can be found from coast
to coast provide rewarding
places for tired vacationers who
just want to relax.
For the rugged coeds, hosteling
is one of the most exciting ways
to tour the country. Hosteling
tours can be planned to make use
of the camping facilities provided
for cyclists.
The summer plans range in
price from $350 and up and in
variety from conducted tours to
The Experiment in Internation-
al Living
This experiment is for those who
are especially interested in one
county and would like to spend
part of their summer living with
a family and the remainder hos-
teling through that country.
MANY WOMEN are making
their reservations for a holiday in
Europe through the many student
tours set up by various travel
companies.
Work camping is another way
many women plan to spend in
Europe. By doing this coeds
work side by side with European
students repairing bombed out
universities and exchanging
ideas on international living.
Whether coeds plan on staying
close to home or traveling to the
far corners of the earth, they can
be found with their noses buried
in guide books and travel folders.
Their questions include 'those
about packing, eating, tipping and
wearing apparel for certain parts
of the world. College women seem
to want to know how to make the
most of their money and interests
to have a vacation they'll never
forget.
Frosh Weekend
There will be a meeting of
the Maize Publicity committee
at 4 p.m. this afternoon in the
League. The room will be post-
ed. All members are urged to
attend.

MUSIC MASTER-Berta Houston smilingly relaxes in one of her
favorite places, the piano. Miss Houston recently finished writ-
ing half of the music and lyrics for this year's Junior Girls' Play.
* * * s
Artistic Coed Donates Talent
To Many Campus Projects

THE LIST continues with Nancy
Other coeds eligible are Gayl Davis, Barbara Dowd, Janice Ev-
Patricia Penberthy, Linda Mering erett, Karin Fagerburg, Beverly
Reck, Darlene Beecher Rhodus, Faught, Lois Fink, Ann Frank,
Janet Townsend Rutherford, Tilla Beverly Goerke, June Granstrom,
Savanuck, Bernadette Mary Evelyn Grossman, Ann Hatch,
Schildberg, Patricia Joanne Shaw, Frances Hill, Charlotte Hoyt, Mary
Marianne Ida Sippola and Enid Hutchins and Shirley Ind.
Ruth gfenn.

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Combine a
VACATION iin
Colorado Springs
with scholastic
advancement at
Colorado College
" A marvelous
place to spend
your vacation
* .Undergraduate
study.
" Small classes
" A complete'
schedule of
academic
subjects
For further information, write
DIRECTOR OF SUMMER SESSION
COLORADO COLLEGE, DEPT. 1
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

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'NEVER TOO LATE'
Gala Opening of Union Opera
To Fete Unescorted Women
Unescorted women will be hon-
ored at the gala opening of the of the Art committee has pre-
Union Opera, "Never Too Late," pared several window displays,
tomorrow at the Michigan theatre. one now appearing in a local bar-
The all man show will pay spe- ber shop.
cial tribute to single coeds attend- Audrey McIntyre, '54, has
ing the production for the privi- worked on properties while Carol
lege of impersonating the weaker Eiserman, graduate, has acted as
sex, chairman of the costume commit-
A special grand opening cere- tee.
mony with Governor G. Mennen Miss Eiserman. with a staff of
Williams participating will be held about 20 coeds, has worked for a
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in front of month preparing costumes for this
the theatre to inaugurate the 1952 year's show.
Union Opera production. The Positions on make-up and pro-
ceremony will also be heard over motions committees have also
a local radio station. been adequately filled by coeds.
This year several coeds have Tickets for tomorrow's opening
actively participated in several of Union Opera will be available
phases of the Opera extravaganza. from 1:30 to 5 p.m. at the Union
Jo Winnenberg, '53, as chairman, and from 1:30 until show time at
the Michigan theatre box office.
. ,.Union Opera will also be given
M ic higras Groups Thursday and Friday nights at
8:30 p.m. The show is scheduled
W i 1 I/M eetToday for 8 p.m. tomorrow because of
I pre-performance activities which
Representatives from campus will take place in front of the
groups that will have refreshment theatre.

. *A*
THE REMAINING eligibles are
Jane Ellen Stoltz, Sandra K.9
Stone, Margaret Uriko Takagi,
Anne Willitts, Charlotte Verona
Wolfe, Grace Eileen Wolfe, Del-j
mar Cynthia Wyllie, Rosalyn
Yarost and Ann Alexandra Young.
Last year Dean of Women,
Deborah Bacon, was made an
honorary member of Alpha
Lambda Delta.t
Members who were initiated last
year are Joan Bachmann, Helen
Beatson, Phyllis Bettman, Beverly
Blair, Donna Blazevic, Marcia
Blumberg, Alice Bogdonoff, Kath-
leen Bond, Nancy Bonvouloir, Ann

Other members include Dor-
een Kollenberg, Cyrille Landes,
Iris Leja, Naomi Lemkey, Rita
Levine,gSibyl Lutz, Roberta
MacGregor, Millicent McIntyre,
Patricia McVeigh, Mary Mal-
colm, June Miekka, Suzanne
Miller, Marion Nowlin and Ber-
nice Ozga.
More last year initiates are
Shirley Perin, Phyllis Peterson,
Barbara. Petrie, Ann Plumton,
Catherine Ries, Marion Sanders,
Frances Skaff, Lois Solinger,. Joan
St. Denis, Ann Stevenson, Marion
Swanson and Shirley Swinson.
Cynthia Vary, Carolyn Von
Voightlander, Suzanne White, Ro-
berta Wood, Joyce Xenis and Teri
Youngman conclude the list.

By MARILYN DAVIS
If a tall, statuesque blond, pos-
sessing a quick smile, sparkling
blue eyes and a ready "Hi Kiddo"
on her lips passes swiftly by on
the Diag, it's probably musically
inclined Berta Housto'n.
Alvays cheerful and usually
singing, Miss Houston is continu-
ally working on a project, but her
mountains of work never get her
down. Plus all her work in adver-
tising design, which she is plan-
ning as a career, she is song
chairman and editor of the Kappa
Delta house.
As editor she writes and mails
the annual Communi-KD to all
chapter and alumnae members. In
this paper the activities of the
house for the past year are told.
IN ADDITION, she was music
chairman of JGP, for which she
wrote half the lyrics and songs.
This type of schedule is noth-
ing new to "Bert" for as a
sophomore she sang in Choral
Union; was song director at her
sorority house for Lantern
Night, and Booths Chairman for
Soph Cab. In her spare time
she wrote some poetry and
songs for her own pleasure, and
in the Youth Talent Contest in
Grand Rapids won a prize for
her art work.
Filling up her time in her fresh-
man year, Miss Houston sang iii
Arts Chorale and Choral Union,I
decorated for both the fall and
spring formals at Stockwell, was
floorshow chairman for the Maize
team for Frosh Weekend, and was
elected vice-president of her Kap-
pa Delta pledge class.
Even in high school she was

interested in activities, and then,
as now, divided her, time between
art and music. She sang in the
choir, acted in the senior play and
entered the state speech contest.
Besides this she had a solo in
the school's Christmas pageant
and in the spring band concert,
decorated for the senior banquet,
was co-art editor for her year-
book, and art editor of the school
paper. In addition she spent one
of her summers in Interlochen.
Although always busy with
something, Miss Houston is always
willing to take on something more.
Added to her many other respon-
sibilities this year, she designed
and was co-chairman of home-
coming decorations of her soror-
ity.
With a schedule such as this, it
hardly seems possible that she
survives with little sleep, never
g'ets sick and yqt always has a
joke or an encouraging word for
someone, but she does!
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for SPRING CLEANING
free moth-proofing and
wrapped in cellophane
CT N blocked and returned
fresh and crisp
laundered or
dry cleaned
compjetely cleaned
and renovated
washed sparkling clean
to look brightly new
SPRING VACATION MEANS IT'S
SPRING CLEANING TIME AT.,.
KYER MODEL LAUNDRY

booths at Michigras are asked to
come to a meeting at 4 p.m. today
in the Union, according to John
Mauriel, '53.
There will also be a meeting at
4 p.m. in the Union for represen-
tatives of the organizations work-
ing on games-of-skill booths, ac-
cording to Harry Blum, '54.
At 4:30 p.m. there will be a
meeting of all booth representa-
tives, who will meet with Gerry
Maraulo, '52, and Mark Oscher-
witz, '53.
Estimated float bills are due at
4:30 p.m. today in the Union

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