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TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Women's

Organizations
* * *

Announce

Names

of

Officers

for

1952

* * *

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Kaufman Gets,
LeaguePost
Shufro, Harris Preside
For Assembly, Panhel
(Continued from page 1)
Chairman of the Public Rela-
tions Committee will be Jeannette
Desjardin with Sally Scoggin as
x her assistant in charge of art.
Phyllis Bettman will be in charge
of Interviewing Council publicity
and Evelyn Brance, Virginia Pike,
Pat Raney and Jean Waidley will
be junior members of the commit-
ee.
Social committee chairman will
be Marilyn Hey. Joan Prescott was
appointed junior assistant in
charge of special events and jun-
iors Ann Petree, Barbara Matti-
son, Tula Diamond and Margaret
Kennedy will be assistants for
Hatcher teas.
The position of chairman of
orientation will be held by Alice
Mencher. Beverly Warwick will
be chairman of transfer orienta-
tion, Sally Goldthorpe, secre-
tary, Susan Huber, social chair-
man, and Martha Coburn, chair-
man of information booths dur-
ing orientation week.
MacCormick scholarships,
awarded annually to women active
in campus life, were presented to
Nancy Born, Donna Mayer and Jo
Phillips.
Assembly Association
Officers of Assembly for the
coming year are president, Adri-
enne Shufro; vice-president, Sue
Alderman; secretary, Evelyn Mala-
wista; treasurer, Ealla Gallaway;
social chairman, Marlene Rotben-
berg; personnel, Mimi Blau; candy
booth, Ardith Brask; public rela-
tions, Katherine Zeisler; and pro-
jects, Gail Hyman.
Panhellenic Association
New members of the Panhellen-
ic Board are as follows: Dianne.

Oberg, Barbara Riley, Pat Texter,
Justine Votypka and Barbara
Wildman.
* hb* *l
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Delta awards
were presented to seniors who had
maintained a 3.5 average through-
out college. Gladys Robina Quale
received a book for having the
highest average. Others honored
were Mary Elferdink, Denice Buf-
fington, Constance Newman, Anne
Lindbloom, Jeanne Kress, Carol
Lutz, Susan Swan, Patricia Joy
Arden, Nancy Watkins, Martha
Bell, Ester Kleioman, Nancy Por-
ter, Ina Sussman and Norona
Stecken.
* * *
Orientation Leaders
Orientation leaders for the fall
of 1952 are for the College of Lit-
erature, Science and the Arts Ann
Knickerbocker, Marian Swanson,
Dolores LaFond, Carolyn Swart-
wout, Marlene Rothenberg, Barba-
ra Crane, Joan Hegener, Patricia
Titcomb, Gloria Strutz, Sue Tro-
meter.
Mary Elizabeth Smith, Mary
Ann Chacarestos, Marilyn Lama,
Cynthia Cook, Elise Fiber, Jan-
et Campbell, Beverly Pack, Joyce
Warney, Teetah Dondero, Elaine
Kihen, Alive Mencher, Lorraine
Baldwin, Cynthia Boyes, Diane
Foley, Centes Morrill, Betty Ann
Hess, Pat McVeigh, Judy Palmer,
Janet Netzer and Joan Hyman.
The list continues with Marlene
Carder, Barbara Laver, Donna
Speerman, Robin Renfrew, Ann
Houck, Inez Krouse, Jere Palmer,
Cynthia Hardy, Barbara Mattison,
Mary Jane Soper, Vonda Genda,
Carolyn Snyder. Carolyn von
Voightlander, Enid Stenn.

Virginia Spurrier, Ester Mark,
Sylvia Koplow, Ruth Rossner,
Joan Beeman, Priscilla Miley,
Phyllis Bettman, Barbara Mei-
er, Marjorie Heberle, Jane Mur-
bach, Julie DeVries, Abby Nick-
erson, Marilyn Hey, Leea Peirce,
Anita Hoert, Phyllis Peterson,
Iris Pumroy, Dolores Messinger,
Anna Azimow, Louise Raisch,
Sarah Weed, Sue Ridenour.
Leader for dental hygiene fresh-
men is Pat Anderson; physical
education, Margaret Hult; music,
Ellen Dodge, Faith Cook, Justine
Votypka, Joan St. Denis, Frances
Skaff and Mary Ann Smeltzer;
-architecture and design, Betty
Gruschow, Mary Mullins, Cather-
ine Baker.
Engineering freshmen and
transfers will be aided by Violet
Heintzelman.
Literary college transfer leaders
are Elizabeth Corbett, Ladonna
Brockmyer, Nancy Baehre, Lor-
raine Cole, Mary Jane Mills, Ann
Fenech, Betty Ehlers, Jan Gaines,
Joan Pruitt, Dorothy Zavell, Peg-
gy Zager, Barbara Steinko, Vir-
ginia Bender, Jean Waidley, Bar-
bara Watson, Diane Halbrook,
Marjorie Creola, Lore Dengler, Ju-
dith Davis, Joan Heiderer, Faith
Gillespie, Joan Balson, Shirley
Cox, Vivian Hieronymus, Joy Si-
denberg and Marjorie Shafer.
Transfer leaders for music will
be Carol Van Asselt and Esther
Miller while Jo Anne Mendlow,
Audrey Murphy, Jean Allen, Mar-
Golf Club
Members of the WAA golf
club will meet at 5 p.m. today
on the practice green at WAB.
Those attending are asked to
bring a No. 5 iron and a putter.

garet Carter and Kathleen Mc-
Kinney will be education transfer
leaders.
Margaret Ardis will be the Ar-
chitecture and Design leader and
business administration transfer
students will be guided by Mar-
jorie Black.
Members of the Orientation In-
formation Booth Committee will
be Sheila Frenkel, Carol Brown,
Ruth Keller and Millicent Vinit-
sky.
Reserve leaders from the liter-
ary college are Marjorie Wyche,
Carol Pearson, Teddy Maire, Jane
McCarthy, Dawn Maine, Dorothy
Fink, Lynne Davison, Donna Yo-
cich, Rosalind Shlimovitz, Sally
Katzel, Frances Reitz, Jacqueline
Wood, Rae Livingston, Felice Az-
en, Joan Karabelnick, Janice Rose,
Dulcie Batson, Helen Schwartz,

Joanne Waxman, Janet Wolk,
Carolyn MacVean. Donna Hoff-
man. Lorraine Butler, Ann Petrie,
Marilyn Stelt, Diane Swendeman,
Sally Haberman, Mary Ann Alex-
ander, Edith Buckwalter, Ange-
line Lamerato, Jena Butler, Becky
Conrad, Pat Marx, Joan Merrill,
Cristine Reifel, Pat Rupert, Janet
Rutherford. Charmaine Studer,
Barbara Uebel and Barbara Wood.
Architecture and Design reserve
leaders are Rosemarie Safron and
Ellen Van de Vusse, wile Beverly
Wolf, Irma Bailit and Ruth Krantz
will be music school reserve lead-
ers.
Engineering college reserve lead-
ers are Marion Pearson and Anne
Campbell, Business Administra-
tion, Lore Leidig and education re-
serve leaders are Margaret Atkins,
Dorothy Brand and Janet Alarie.

--Daily-Matty Kessler
JUNIORS HONORED-Climaxing Installation Night ceremonies last night, Senior Society, honor
society for independent women, tapped new members. Scroll, senior honor society for affiliated wo-
men also tapped.

QUALITY PRINTING

Harris, president; Marianna Lar-
son, first vice-president; Sue Ja-
cobson, second vice - president;
Peggy Zager, secretary; Jody
Steinkemp, treasurer; Sue Griffin,
rushing chairman; Martha Hill,
chairman of Counselors; and Nan-
cy Reganall, public relations
chairman.
WAA
Nancy Fitch will head the Wo-
men's Athletic Association for the
coming year. Other officers are
Barbara Riley, vice-president in

charge of student relations; Betty
Comstock, vice-president in charge
of projects; Ann Henderson, sec-
retary; Katie Wakeman, treasurer;
June Miekka, A.F.C.W.; Marian
Swanson, Sorority Manager; Joyce
Dudkin, Dormitory Manager; Pat
Texter, League House Manager;
Marilyn Campbell, Daily publicity;
Elaine . Kihen, public relations;
Nancy Lewis, Co-recreation chair-
man; Vera Simon. Ballet; Henri-
etta Hermelin, modern dance; and,
Jo Robbins, town and country
club.
Club managers will be: bas-
ketball, Carol Giddings; bowl-
ing, Pat Mann; camp counselors,
Joan Hubbell; golf, Ann Petrie;
field hockey, Gloria Yough; Mi-
chifish, Donna Hoffman; of fi-
cials and coaches, Margaret
Penny; riding, Mary Malcohm;
softball, Jackie Turner; rifle,
Ann Batchelder; and tennis,
Jane McCarthy.
* * *

ity sales manager; Dorothy Cla-
gue, independent women's sales
manager; Lois Holtz, assistant
advertising manager; and Sue
Hemping, campus sales man-
ager.
*0 * *
Generation
Managing editor of Generation
will be Eleanor Suslow and Caro-
lyn Pickel will be art editor.
Women's Glee Club
Officers of the Women's Glee1
Club for next year are president,
Marion Charles; vice-president,
Iris Pumroy; secretary; Shirley
Robinson; business manager, Mary
Lynn Donnally; publicity man-
ager, Donna Hoffman; and librar-
ians, Edna Carlson and Mary
Ladve.
Senior Society
The following junionrs wer tn

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