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xVnuaYAPr A =1,95 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Senior Honor Society
Taps New Members

Twenty coeds will be seen on
campus today sporting the latest
in millinery styles-mortarboards.
Tapped last' night by members
of Mortar Board, honorary society
for senior women, are Beverly
Arble, Nancy Baehre, Evelyn
Brooks, Joan Brown, Judy Clancy,
Sue Craig, Betty Ellis, Grace Fink,
Nancy Fitch, Lois Gauger, Donna
Hendleman, Jean Belle Jones,
Polly Kurtz, Donna Mayer, Mary
Ellen Nielson, Peg Nimz, Nancy
Pridmore, Jo Phillips, Sondra Dia-
mond and Joy Sidenberg.
CHOSEN on a basis of scholar-
ship, leadership in extracurricular

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Coffee Hour
There will be a student-facul-
ty coffee hour from 4 to 6 p. m.
tomorrow in the Terrace Room
of the Union.
The Math and Philosophy
departments will be special
guests at the Coffee hour, but
all students and faculty mem-
bers are invited. The coffee
hour in informal, and free
coffee and cookies will be
served.
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OPTOMETRY
(Nationally Accredited)
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a splendid profession.
Doctor of Optometry degree in
three years for students enter-
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credits in specified Liberal Arts
courses.
FALL REGISTRATION
NOW OPEN
Students are granted profes-
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Department of Defense and
Selective Service.
Excellent clinical facilities.
Athlebic and recreational activi-
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activities, diversity of interest and
character, the junior women will
be initiated into the honor society
after spring vacation.
Present members of Mortar
Board make the choice with the
aid of recommendations from
deans and organization presi-
dents.
The society is made up of stu-
dent's from all the schools and
from all organizations; the only
stipulation being their scholastic
average.
BOTH INDEPENDENT and af-
filiated coeds are eligible for mem-
bership. The amount of time spent
in activities is also considered in
selecting new members.
Members were tapped in a
surprise after-hours ceremony
last night. Wearing caps and
gowns, pr'esent members parad-
ed through dormitories and
sorority houses in a singing pro-
cession placing their caps on
the heads of the coeds in tra-
dition tapping procedure.
Present members of Mortar
Board include: Marguerite Adams,
Betty Bridges, Beverly Clarke,
Mary Alice Davis, Carol Eagle, Lois
Eisele, Sally Fish, Pat Joy Arden,
Joan Mintzer, Mary Muller, Con-
nie Newman, Pat Smith, Margie
Strand, Joan Streifling, Ina Suss-
man, Martha Tomkins and Nancy
Watkins.
Board To Pick
League Heads
All coeds who have been nomi-
nated by the interviewing and
nominating committees for senior
League offices have been notified.
Members of the Board of Repre-
sentatives will vote on the candi-
dates April 14. Prior to the elec-
tion, representatives will receive
a booklet concerning the qualifi-
cations and plans of the women
nominated.
A second election will be held
April 23 for the sophomore and
junior League positions.

Tennis Club
To Organize
At WABToday
Tournament Games,
Instructions Offered
To Interested Coeds
Barbara Wildman, manager of
the WAA sponsored Tennis Club,
issues in invitation to all coeds to
bring their tennis rackets and
come to WAB at 5 p.m.today.
If the weather permits, Miss
Wildman says that the organiza-
tional meeting will be comprised
primarily of "some fast games of
tennis."
THE WAA sport club serves as
a means for University women to
gain valuable instruction in the
art of tennis and at the same time
to enjoy the spring weather out-
side on the courts.
Miss Joan Farrell, advisor for
the Tennis Club, will give in-
struction to the members, who
will be allowed to use the Pal-
mer Field courts several times
during the week in addition to
tennis club practices and games.
Discussion, regarding future
meetings and activities of the club,
will take up a part of the meeting
time today,
MISS WILDMAN says that
plans for the tennis tournament
are already under way, and details
will be explainedrto thenew mem-
bers, with actual tournament play
beginning soon.
Instruction will be offered not
only to beginners and inter-
mediates, but also to the more
advanced players and past mem-
bers of the Tennis Club.
Club members will learn basic
skills of the game, along with
knowledge of how to enter and
draw up tournaments.
Meetings of the club will be
composed not only of games
among the tennis members, but
also, because of the inevitable Ann
Arbor weather, of learning the
tennis rules.
Those attending the organiza-
tional meeting today should come
prepared for play, according to the
Tennis Club manager.
Students Invited
To Hatcher Tea
Tea, cookies and hospitality will
be the atmosphere of the Hatcher
tea to be held at the president's
home tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m.
Resident groups to be honored
this week are Alpha Gamma Delta,
Delta Gamma, Kappa Sigma, Del-
ta Sigma Pi and Sigma Phi Ep-
silon from the fraternities and
sororities.
Jordan Hall and Mosher, its sis-
ter dormitory, will be honored
guests from the women's residen-
ces while Williams and Winchell
Houses of West Quad will repre-
sent the men.
The tea will be informal with
group singing in the library.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

Thirty-seven people are needed
to sign up by 5 p.m. today in the
Union student offices to enable
the Union Travel Service to char-
ter a non-stop bus for New York
City.
Students as well as residents of
Ann Arbor desiring to travel to
the Big City for spring vacation
must call or go in person to the
Union Student offices by 5 p.m.
today to obtain a seat on the
chartered bus.
IF LESS THAN thirty-seven
people sign up for the bus, the
Union Travel Service will be un-
able to extend this service so it
is vital that those interested con-
tact the Union immediately,
The proposed chartered bus is
scheduled to leave the Union at
4 p.m. on Friday. However, if
the thirty-seven passengers can
make arrangements to leave
earlier, the bus will depart at
their convenience.
The scenic but practical route
via the Turnpike has been planned
for the bus. The fare is $17.77 one
way. A return bus at the end of
spring vacation has not been ar-
ranged.
Express bus fare of $17.77 must
be paid by 6 p.m. today at the
Union student offices.
* 4 *
AS IN PREVIOUS years the
Union Travel Service has also
offered the free service of arrang-
ing rides with students driving to
all points east, west, north and
south.
This service is available to
anyone living in or near Ann
Arbor as well as students of the
University. Thursday at 5 p.m.
is the deadline for drivers as
well as riders to take advantage
of this service.

Since a great many people wish
rides those signing up first will
have preference to the service.
Drivers wishing to have passengers
are urged to sign up to accommo-
date the great demand for vaca-
tion transportation.
The procedure followed by the
Travel Service is as follows: Driv-
ers are notified of the names of
the number of riders they desire.
The drivers then make all ar-
rangements with their passengers.
When arrangements have been
made the driver is to call the
Union in case he has too many or
too few passengers.
Maize Team
The Maize team publicity
committee will meet at 5 p. m.
today in the League. The room
will be posted,

-Daily-Alan Reid
PRE-EASTER FUN - Children from the Dunbar Center prepare
to roll the Easter Eggs they found in the hunt held Sunday and
sponsored by the sororities and fraternities in the Tappan and
Hill Streets area.
IN MEMORIAM:
League Honors Former Coed

Union Travel Service Offers
Transportation To New York

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In memory of the late Barbara
Little, former chairman of wo-
men's judiciary council who died
in an accident last summer, the
Ann Arbor Room on the second
floor of the League will be re-
named "The Little Roorm."
The project will be done in her
German Club
Will Sponsor
Konzertabend
An all-german musical program
is in store for all those who wish
to attend the Konzertabend to be
held at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Hussey Room of the League.
Sponsored by the University
Deutscher Verein, the Konzert-
abend will feature selections of
the famous German composers.
Among the University music
students who will participate in
the program, are Ara Berberian,
bass, and Bob Kerns, baritone.
The piano rendition of Beet-
hoven's "Sonata Opus 10 number
3" will be given by Carola Falter-
meier, while Ruth Stein will play
Schubert's "Opus 90, numbers 3
and 4."
Frances Henry, soprano, will
sing various selections from Schu-
iann's "Frauen Lieben and Le-
ben."
Also featured in the program
will be Ted Johnson, violinist,
playing Beethoven's "Sonata Opus
96, number 10" accompanied by
Patricia Joy.

honor by the women she worked
with.
Four soundproof listening booths
will be built in the room, two with
a capacity of eight people, and
two with a capacity of four peo-
ple. They will be furnished with
comfortable chairs and footstools.
A telephone will be installed in
each booth andconnected with
the desk in the women's library.
From a catalogue of records, the
people in the booth can choose
their requests and the librarian
will play them on four correspond-
ing turntables in the library.
The music will be piped into the
booths. In this way four concerts
can be going on at once.
Both men and women may have
access to "The Little Room."
The center of the room will
have a place for tables and lounge
chairs. }
On the wall there will be a pic-
ture of Miss Little, which will be
donated by Delta Delta Delta
sorority of which she was a mem-
ber. A plaque with her name will
tell of the things she has done for
the campus.
The work will be paid for by
the junior class, contributing pro-
ceeds from JGP, the freshman
class, with Frosh Weekend profits,
and sophomore class after next
year's Soph Cab.
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