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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Assembly Announces Plans
For Sending Boys To Camp
Funds from Dorm Candy Booths
To Pay Expenses of Three Chosen

Announce Weddings, Engagements

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Assembly Association will send
three boys to the University Fresh
Air Camp, Joan Mintzer, past
president of the organization of
independent women, announced.
The money for the projectwill
come from the candy booths that
Assembly sponsors in each of the
k dormitories. This fund was set up
in order to support a ,woman dis-
placed student at the University.
IT PAYS HER ROOM and board
and she lives in one of the dormi-
tories.
This year the displaced stu-
dent lived at Newberry Resi-
Voting roup
OpensBooth
Election information booths will
be conducted by the campusLeague
of Women Voters today from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. in the League lobby,
as part of the organization's vot-
ers' service program.
At these booths, interested stu-
dents may obtain information
about requirements for absentee
voting, dates of registration and
primary elections in their own
states.
This same information will also
be posted in all housing units,
some classroom buildings and oth-
er accessible spots on campus.
Since students will have to reg-
ister this summer in order to vote,
the League urges students to make
use of this service.
The campus League was organ-
ized this semester for women stu-
dents who are interested in know-
ing more about government and
who want to be able to vote intel-
ligently.
Membership is open to all wom-
en. It is not necessary to be 21 to
be a member of the organization.
' The campus group, which is pat-
terned after other Leagues, will
work in close cooperation with the
Ann Arbor League.
One of the objectives of the
League of Women Voters on cam-
pus is 'to assemble all the infor-
mation possible about the compli-
cated system of government at the
University.

dence, and graduated in Febru-
ary. Because she graduated in
the middle of the year, the
spring to June house president's
council has decided to use the
candy booth allocation left over
to provide three underprivileged
boys with a summer at the Fresh
Air Camp.
Members of the committee from
the house presidents council work-
ing on the project are Pat Wilcox,
Emily Blair and Joan Mintzer.
TO CHOOSE the three boys,
this committee went through a
series of steps to pick the ones
that could be benefitted most.
First they went to Dr. William
Morris, of the education school,
who is head of the Fresh Air
Camp. He told them who to con-
tact in order to pick out the
three boys.
Then the committee talked with
the principal of a school, and ob-
tained permission to observe the
boys in classes and watch their
behavior.
* ~ * *
THE LAST STEP was a meeting
of the principal, Morris, and Miss
Marion File of Family Service.
Here the group discussed the boys'
backgrounds further, and helped
the committee make the decision.
The types of boys chosen are
from broken homes, have serious
emotional problems, are under-
nourished and have a hard time
adjusting to life situations.
All extremes are represented in
the choice-from the overly docile
to the belligerent.
The careful planning that went
into the decision was done in order
that the project would be a worth-
while one and also to provide them
with the camping experiences the
Fresh Air Camp offers.

VIRGINIA SARAN

CHARLOTTE HOYT

CONSTANCE HART

MARY JOAN PERRY
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Saran - Hoexter
The engagement of Virginia
Eleanore Saran to Robert H. Hoex-
ter, son of Mr. and the late Mrs.
Hermann Hoexter of Detroit has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Teofil Saran also of
Detroit.
Both Miss Saran and Mr. Hoex-
ter are seniors in the literary col-
lege. Mr. Hoexter is affiliated with
Trigon fraternity.

JACQUELINE GETOOR BETTY FORD
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Newman Teas
Coffee, tea and cookies will
be served in the Newman Club
lounge from 4 to 5 p.m. from
Monday, June 3, through Sat-
urday, June 8. The teas will be
open to all Catholic students
and their friends. The Newman
lounge is in the St. Mary's
Chapel.

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Hoyt - Bagnall
On June 19 in Greenfield, Iowa,
Charlotte June Hoyt will become
the bride of James Neson Bagnall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Bag-
nall of Dearborn.
Miss Hoyt, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph W. Hoyt of Green-
field, Iowa, is a sophomore in mu-
sic school and is affiliated with
Alpha Delta Pi and Mu Phi Epsi-
lon sororities.
Mr. Bagnall is a senior in the
College of Engineering and a
member of Alpha Sigma Phi fra-
ternity and Tau Beta Pi.
* * *
Hart - Wulf man
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. O.
Hart of Milwaukee, Wis., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Constance Ann, to Carl
Eugene Wulfman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Wulfman of Detroit.
Miss Hart is a junior in the
School of Journalism, a member
of Chi Omega sorority and presi-
dent of Theta Sigma Phi, national
journalism honorary. She is social
chairman of Student Religious
Association.
Mr. Wulfman is a member of
Alpha Chi Sigma, chemical fra-
ternity, and Phi Eta Sigma fra-
ternity. He is a junior in the liter-
ary college.
The couple will be married Sept.
6, in Saint Mark's Episcopal
Church, Milwaukee, Wis.
Perry - Fliege
The engagement of Mary Joan
Perry to Stewart E. Fliege, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fliege was an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Perry of Benton Harbor.
Miss Perry is a freshman in the
School of Nursing.
Mr. Fliege is *-graduate student
at U.C.L.A. He is affiliated with
Acacia fraternity and is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa.
September 13 is the date set for
the wedding.
* * *
Getoor - Kuthy
The recent engagemena of Jac-
queline Getoor to Eugene Kuthy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ku-
thy of Detroit was announced by
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. G.
Getoor of Royal Oak.
Miss Getoor is a sophomore in
the literary college.
Mr. Kuthy is associate busi-
ness manager of The Daily and a
member of Druids. After graduat-
W

ing from the literary college this
spring he plans to attend the Uni-
versity Law School.
* * *
Ford - Barnes
A summer wedding in Clearwa-
ter, Fla., is planned by Betty Ann
Ford, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Hugh Ford of Clearwater, Fla., and
her fiance, Harrison W. Barnes,
son of Mr. and the late Mrs. R. W.
Barnes of Lakeland, Fla.
Miss Ford is ansenior dental
hygiene student and is affiliated
with Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She
is a member of Choral Union.
Mr. Barnes will enter the Emary
School of Dentistry in Atlanta,
Ga., this fall after attending
Swannee College in Tennessee. He
is affiliated with Phi Gamma Del-
ta fraternity.
* * *
Hass - Unger
Mrs. G. C. Hass of Dearborn
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Joan, to Steve Un-
ger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Unger, also of Dearborn.
Miss Hass is a senior in the
School of Nursing and Mr. Unger
is serving with the United States
Coast Guard.
A fall wedding is planned.
* * *
Hagan - Waidley
A summer wedding is being
planned by Ann Hagan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hagan
of Grosse Pte. and John W. Waid-
ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Waidley of Detroit.
Miss Hagan is a University jun-
ior and is a member of Alpha Phi
sorority.
Mr. Waidley graduated from the
University last year and is now
working on his Master's Degree at
Wayne University. He is affiliated
with Delta Tau Delta.
* *
Sparks - Eyler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Sparks,
of Jackson, have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
MariRoselle, to Richard Y. Eyler,
Jr., of Mastic Beach, New York.
Miss Sparks graduated from the
University last June and is now
teaching high school in Lapeer,
Michigan.
Mr. Eyler is a senior in the busi-
ness administration school, and is
associated with Alpha Chi Sigma
fraternity. A June wedding is
planned in Jackson.
* * *
Dailey - McIntosh
Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Dailey of
Waterford announced the engage-
Pictures
Women who have had wed-
ding or engagement pictures
run in The Daily may pick them
up at the Women's Desk this
week. No pictures will be mailed
to their owners.

ment of their daughter, Frances,
to William C. McIntosh, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William F. McIntosh at
the Alpha Chi Omega sorority
house.
Miss Dailey is a senior in the
education school and is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Mr. McIntosh is a junior in the
business administration school and
is a member of Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity.
An August wedding is planned.
* *.*
Follinger - Davies
The engagement of Marnie M.
Follinger to John Griffith Davies,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Davies of Sydney, Australia, has
been announced by her parents,
Mrs. Robert Ziegfeld of Scarsdale,
N.Y., and Mr. Alfred Follinger of
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Miss Follinger and Mr. Davies
are both seniors in the literary
college. Miss Follinger is a mem-
ber of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Mr. Davies is affiliated with Alpha
Tau Omega and co-captain of the
University swimming team.

Sororities Tap
Activity-Shy
Member Coeds
House Dis-Honoraries
Initiate Those Women
Overlooked by Campus
By BEA JOHNSON
With the conclusion of each
school year comes the traditional
tapping ceremonies presented by
the various honoraries on campus
and not to be outdone by these
societies, several social sororities
have also adopted tapping cere-
monies for their own groups.
In recent years sorority women
in several houses on campus have
concocted "honoraries" within
their perspective houses that have
become traditions.
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COPYING MORE or less the
male honorary style of tapping
with "official" ceremonial robes
from blankets to slips the women
have added a new twist to other-
wise straightlaced customs.
Eveyone gets into the act at
Chi Omega after Installation
Night when those who are not
tapped for campus honoraries
are honored by being pounded
(not tapped) into "Minor
Board."
Chi O's who lack honorary mem-
berships, have low scholarship and
no activity record are tapped into
the society.
THE MARK of distinction en-
dowed upon the new members is
a necklace made up of a nail and
a piece of string.
With empty beer cans in hand
blanketed Gamma Phi Betas
march into this dining room ir-
regularly to tap new members
into the "Drunkards Division of
the C.T.U."
As the woman is tapped she is
given a tiny beer bottle.
* * .
THE ALPHA DELTA P'S need
two societies to show proper recog-
nition for the various activities
being done about the house.
Those A D Pi's that show de-
ficient talent in one of the three
important musical fields, voice,
piano and the uke, are eligible
members of "Kappa Koka Kola"
better known as "Tri K."
Tapping whenever they feel it is
necessary, the "Tri K's" don lamp-
shades and their prettiest slips
and carry their emblem, a coca
cola, during the ceremonial ritual.
SINCE ITS FOUNDING last
year the society has taken in half
the membership of the house plus
one of the national officers of
Alpha Delta Pi.
The "Honorary Society of
Sack Rats" has also been started
at the A D Pi house to accom-
modate the lazier members that
are always seen in a horizontal
position after every meal.
Probably the newest society on
campus is the Smorgasbord at
Kappa Delta. It was organized by
the seniors as they were writing
their annual will.
SINGING "We Are Here To Tap
You For Smorgasbord," the Sen-
iors bestowed upon the undergrads
names of food that would be found
on a smorgasbord table.
Immediately after Installation
Night, non-activity women are
tapped into "Squinks Society"
at the Pi Beta Phi house.
In order to qualify for the club
the women must exemplify an

anti-activity attitude.
Wearing lamp shades, the
"Squinks" form a conga line and
sing "Mortar Board and Scroll
Take The Best, We'll Take The
Rest," as they go through the
house tapping new members.
We t ank the Uni-
versity of Michi gan
for their continued

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Mu Phi Epsilon-Mu Phi Epsi-
lon, national music sorority, ini-
tiated five new members recently
at the home of Mrs. Lee Case, 2111
Vinewood road.
The new initiates are Mrs. May-
nard Klein and Mrs. Robert J.
Court, both wives of School of
Music faculty members, and Grace
Ravesloot, J o a n Hansen, and
Carole Tannenbaum, seniors in the
School of Music.
Following the initiation cere-
mony an informal tea was held.
Judiciary Council-The Council
of League House Presidents has
announced the members of the
League House Judiciary Council.
The three-member group is
composed of Nancy Stassan, chair-
man; Myra Krasner, secretary;
and Rita Levine, member-at-large.
The newly organized body will
have charge of judciary problems
in the League houses.
Rushing Registration-A regis-
tration meeting for sophomores,
juniors and transfer students in-
terested in rushing will be held at
7 p.m. September 18 in the League.

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