TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TH IHGA AL
26 Coeds To Fill Central Committee Posts;
Maize, Blue Teams To Compete for Honors
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Names of Spring Pledges Released by IFC
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Assembly and Panhellenic Boards
have announced the names of
twenty-six freshmen coeds who
have been chosen to central com-
mittee posts for Frosh Weekend.
Blue Team: General. chairman,
Judy Lichtblau; assistant general
chairman, Mary Towne; publicity
chairman, Barbara Watson; as-
sistant, Eugenie Reagan; floor-
show chairman, Dawn Waldron;
4 assistant, Amy McAvity; and tick-
ets chairman, Marilyr. Larkin.
The list continues with decora-
tions, Pat Goddard; assistant,
Carla Schram; finance chairman,
Joanna Vorhaus; programs chair-
man, Cathy King; awards and
judges, Barbara Barker; and pa-
trons chairman, Nancy Briggs.
Maize Team: General chairman,
Nancy Wright; assistant general
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Representatives at 4
p.m. tomorrow in the League.
All members are urged to at-
chairman, Bernice Oshinsky; pub-
licity chairman, Jan Vorheis; as-
sistant, Mary Cross; floorshow
chairman, Barbara Backlar; as-
sistant, Shirley Sikkenga; and
tickets chairman, Carolyn Moeller.
Also on the other committee
are decorations chairman, Ann
Hepler; assistant, Jane Brill; fi-
nance chairman, Margaret Turkel;
programs chairman, Donna Som-
mers; awards and judges chair-
man, Margaret Clare; and patrons
chairman, Claudia Moore.
These two teams will vie for top
honors in the annual competition
which will be held April 17 and
18 in the League.
The weekendsconsists of two
dances and floorshows, sponsored
separately by the Maize and Blue
teams. Judges decide which team
will receive top honors on the
basis of ticket sales, program de-
sign, floorshow and decorations.
In 1951 the Maize team scalped
the Blues with their presentation
of "Make ;Mine Moccasins," while
last year the Blues walked off with
JGP BRIEFING-Sue Spurrier, Aggie Dunn, Mary Rea, and Betty
Magyar, the leads in the forthcoming Junior Girls' Play, are lis-
tening to the special instructions offered by Director Sue Shafter.
The junior coeds will present the annual production March 19,
Z2 and 21 at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
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Engineering students will pre-
sent their annual Slide Rule Ball
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday,
March 13 in the League.
In keeping with the date, the
theme of the dance will be "Black
Magic," with decorations empha-
sizing superstition, witchcraft and
THE ENGINEERS feel that!
good luck is in store for them be-
cause they are now in possession
of the two giant slide rules which
traditionally assure the dance's
This year will bring a change
from last as the lawyers' Crease
Ball is not being held on the
Traditionally, the lawyers use
all legal ingenuity to discover
where the two huge eight foot slide
rules have been hidden by the
* * *
IN PAST years the slide rules,
when found by the lawyers, have
been featured as decorations at
"Black Magic," an all-campus
affair, is sponsored by the "Mich-
ican Technic," the engineering
college magazine. The engineer-
ing organizations, Chi Epsilon,
Pi Tau Sigma and Tau Beta Pi,
are assisting with the semi-
The music of Paul McDonough
will be featured, with some mem-
bers of this year's Union Opera
reviewing McDonough's hit tunes
from the Opera. McDonough has
played for many campus dances
* * *
TICKETS PRICED at $2.50 per
couple may be purchased in the
Technic office and from those con-
nected with the dance.
A booth will be set up on the
Diagonal the week'of the dance
for ticket sales, and tickets will
also be available at the door.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
Dick Curry and Kingsley Joneson.
Committee chairman include
Ron West and Larry Mack, band;
Ken Moore and Bob Constant,
publicity; and Art Derr, programs.
Marge Maurer is in charge of
David Hampton, '55; James Mur-
ray, '57; Earl Rapson, '57; Arnold
Sarya, '56; Larry Schwartz, '56;
Lee Solomon, 157E; Roger Towne,
'57E; Edmund Troester, '55,
CHI PSI: Robert Brown, '56;
Arthur Fairbanks, '55; Albert
Flynn, '56; Jerry Hill, '56.
DELTAhCHI: Eugene Farner,
'54Ph; Thomas Frost, '56.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON:
Joseph Benton, '55; Lawrence
Gray, '56NR; Robert Klise, '56E;
Ross Macdonald, '55.
DELTA SIGMA PHI: Richard
Hueston, '56E; Robert Martin, '56.
DELTA TAU DELTA: Ronald
Cook, '56Ph; Gordon Ferguson, '56;
Donald Fitch, '56; Jack Garter '55;
Robert Labbe '56; John Moule
'55NR; John Ryan '56; John Har-
DELTA UPSILON: David
Baad, '56; Stewart Evans 56;
David Mason, '56E; George Rid-
dell, '55; Donald Wylie, '55.
KAPPA SIGMA: Robert Busha
'56; Daniel Calkins, '56; Thomas
Clark, '56E; Carl Dalton '54 NR;
Horace Diamond, Jr., '56E; George
Kircos '54; Robert Porter '56; John
Sayles '56; Frank Swanson '56.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Jerome
Burns, '55A&D; Jay Casemier,
'56; Patrick Cleary, '56E; George
Fomin, '57E; Charles Forrest,
'55; Gerald Gase, '56; Dale Jen-
sen, '56; Ian McLeod, '56;
Donald Scotilla, '56; Wayne Smith,
'56; Robert Thorne, '56E.
PHI DELTA THETA: James
Barron, '55; Philip Endres, '56;
Thomas Jorgensen, '55; Frank
Moore, '56E; John Rogers, 56E;
Thomas Singer, '56E; Parker
Ward Jr., '56; Peter Ward, '56.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Thomas
Brush, '56; Keith Coates, '56E;
Larry Cox, '56E; James Deland,
'56; Thomas Hail, '56E; James
Hodgman, '56; John Hodgman,
'56E; Robert Knutson, '56; Ed-
win Lewis, '55; Ernest McCoy,
'57E; John McMahon, '56; Donald
Mattron, '56M; Kaye Mercer,
'56E; James Kruthers, '56E; Doug-
las Murray, '56; Bruce Smith, '57;
John Wine, '56; Frank Zinn, '56.
PHI KAPPA PSI: Frederick Al-
brecht, '57; James Baker, '56E;
Gordon Busby, '57; John Gallan-
der, '56E; Richard Heasley, '56E;
Alan Holderness, '56; William Hus-
ted, '56E; James Mills, '55; Steph-
en Pauli, '56; Thomas Troske, '55.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Robert
Brand, '55E; William Lawrence,
'55; Francis Podleski, '56E.
PHI KAPPA TAU: Wayne Bou-
cher, '56; Howard Buchanan, '56E;
Robert Hoy1 '56.
. * *
PHI SIGMA DELTA: Paul
Adams, '57E; Marcus Brand, '56;
Donald Cohen, '56; Chester Kay,
'57; Frederic Keywell, '56; Paul
Kramer, '56; William Matheson,
'57; Howard Nizen, '56; Herbert
Schneider, '56; Milton Silverman,
'56; Simon Vanderryn, '57A&D;
Jerome Warchaizer, '56; Stephen
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Keith
Corrigall, '56; Paul Furlong,
'57A&D; James Magnuson, '55.
PI LAMBDA PHI: Arnold Cher-
in, '56; Dan Gaines, '56NR; Ivan
Goldberg, '56; Wallace Handler,
'56: Leonard Pearlman, S3BAd;
David Schlafman, '57 Carl Stern,
PSI UPSILON: Keith Olson, '56.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Mel-
vin Bernia, '55E; Robert Buhl,
'55BAd; Don Cameron, '54; Dale
Dawson, '55; Terry Eieknbery,
'56E; James Henson, '56E; Thom-
as Hollowell, '55E; James Knowles,
'56; Thorias Krause '56E; Duane
Linderman, '55E; Ronald Malis,
'56E; David Moore, '56E; Ronald
Norene, '56E; Roger Peters,
'56A&D; Howard Poe, '56E; Ron-
ald Poland, '56; John Stevens,
'55BAd; Charles Tippy, '55; Na-
thaniel Walton, '55; Richard Weiss,
'56E; Wallace Wilcox, '56; James
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Allan
Gilbert, '56; Merrill Kaufman,
'56E; Morton Krasner, '56; Ger-
ald Laker, '57; Lloyd Newman,
'56; Ivan Potts, '56; Stuart Rap-
paport, '57; Norman Rothen-
baum, '55; Victor Spear, '57;
Larry Sweet, '56; Michael Wein-
SIGMA CHI: James Bowman,
'55NR; William Hill, '56E; Howard
Hockstad, '55; Philip Jacobus, '55.
SIGMA NU: Donald Barrigar,
'55E; Donald Chisholm, '55; John
Curran '56P; Harold Franz, '55;
Julius Hanslovsky, '56E; Richard
Lassy, '56E; Richard Paterson,
'56E; George Reeves, '56E; James
Ryckman, '56; Hans von Bernthal,
'55E; David Wallingford, '55.
SIGMA PHI: Byron Benson,
'56; William Coleman, '56; Jo-
seph Moor, '56; Richard Van-
Schoick, '56; Robert Spath, '56;
Lawrence Winters, '56.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Charles
Hurbis, '55E; Eric Maklel ust, '56;
Charles Necco, '55E; Nicholas Pri-
tula, '55; William Sommers, '55E;
Keith Turner, '57.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Henry
Chow, '55; Sidney Rosell, '56.
THETA CHI: Frederick Beard,
'57E; Kenneth Kleyn, '56; Don-
ald McIntosh, '56; Robert Rude-
sill, '56E; Peter Soltr, '56 Ed;
James Starkweather, '55.
THETA DELTA CHII: Lyn
Graziani, A&D; Ernest Nigg.
TAU DELTA PHI: Charles Baraf
'56E; Alan Eisenberg '56; Raymond
Failer, '55; Herbert Feinstein, '56E;
Michael Gale, '56; Gerald Gold-
berg, '56E; Peter Gould, '56; James
Hack, '56; Howard Kaplan, '56;
Peter Kivy, '56; Jordan Rossen,
'56; Maxwell Schwartz, '55; Ed-
ward Wiener, '57A&D.
THETA XI: Walter Averill III,
'56; Jack Burchfield, '56E; Thom-
as Chamberlain, '57E; Carl Luck-
enbach, '57A&D; Ronald Ritzler,
'56E; Robert Robbins, '56; John
Ross, '56E; James Sturrock, '56E;
Gordon Summerbell, '56E.
TRIANGLE: Hooshang Noman,
ZETA BETA TAU: MelvynAdel-
man, '56E; Michael Bernstein,
'56; William Caro, '5d; William
Gardner, '56; Michael Kadens, '56;
Robert Littman, '56; Ralph Rose,
Jr., '56NR; Gerald Schreiber, '56E,
AlanmSorscher, '56;' Herbert Zim-
ZETA PSI: David Richardson,
'56E; Hugh Curtin, '56; James Fil-
gas, '56; Fred Swart, '55P;
Charles Franti, '55; David Graf,
'56E; F. William Block, '55.
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DANCE CLASSES-All women
on campus are invited to serve as
hostesses at the International
Dance classes in the League this
evening. The beginners' class will
be held at 7 p.m. and advanced
dances willmeet at 8 p.m. After
both classes refreshments will be
* * *
BASKETBALL-Angell I, win-
ners of the "B" round of the all-
campus women's basketball tour-
nament, will meet Mosher I, run-
ners-up in the "A" round, in a
challenge game at 7:30 p.m. today
in Barbour Gymnasium.
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