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THURSDAY. MARCH 19. 1953

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Four Coeds
Review Year
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Installation Night, comling up
April 20, will mark the end of a
year in office for many coeds who
are participating in extra-curri-
cular activities.
Those who are leaving office
view the prospect with mixed emo-
tions. "It's been a great year," one,
coed remarked, "but it will be a
relief to sit back and watch some-
one else take over for a change."
Many new ideas were put into
action this year. 1953 may some-
day ..be known as the year of
change; because the structure of
some League offices was reorgan-
ized. Other projects put on a trial
basis will be evaluated during
these next few weeks.
L; Ugue..

Phyllis Kaufman, president of
the League, has the duty of co-
ordinating and guiding all pro-
jects and activities of the League.
She has been working to create a
unified group, and has worked on
projects designed 'to utilize the fa-
cilities of the building to the best
advantage, she said.
SHE SPENDS much of her time
sensing' areas in the community'
where the are needs, and to ini-
tiate projects and' enlarge and
broaden perspective of the .,rgan-
izationi.
The bigegst project of the
year was the reorganization be-
Ing done in the League adminis-
trative offices, she said.
A committee has been investi-
gating general, liberal and demo-
cratic principles on which to base
the government.
A CONSTITUTION has been
written and it wil soon be pre-
sented to groups for their reaction.
The greatest change will be in the
Board of Representatives, Miss
Kaufman said.
Other new projects in the Lea-
gue this year were the Student-
Faculty Lounge, the new house
and League house judiciary sys-
tem, the coed study room and
the Little Room, to be opened
in the spring.
The League Council has gone on
two retreats for the purpose of
getting together as a group to dis-
cuss problems and find where
there are needs in the organiza-
tion, Miss Kaufman said.
IN DECIDING matters of policy,
she had the job of meteing with
student-faculty committees, other
student leaders and alumni groups.
She also had many public re-
lations duties, such as entertain-
ing Barbara Ward aJckson.
Miss Kaufman is looking for-
ward to a trip to California with
the new League president in April,
she said. However, she views with
sadness the end of her term in
office. "The year was too short
to get everything done," she said.

-Daily-Matty Kessler
BEGINNING AND END: Phyllis Kaufman is shown receiving the'
gavel, designating the office of League president, from Cathy
Sotir at last year's Installation Night. It will soon be time for Miss
Kaufman to relinquish the gavel to her successor, who will take
,over the office April 20, at Installation Night. Miss Kaufman
views the end of her duties with sadness, and says "The year was
too short."

draw up a constitution for the nev
coed house. Later in the semestei
the panel assumed an advisory ca-
pacity to help students when cer-
tain problems arose.
SHE HAS enjoyed working with
people especially, Miss Shufre
said, and believes that her campus
leadership will be a valuable ex-
perience.
She hopes to teach elementary
school in Philadelphia where
she and her future husband will
live.
Her other activities on campus
have included activities chairmar
in her freshman year and presi-
dent of Hinsdale House in her jun-
ior year.
Miss Shufro had a position or
Soph Cab and as personnel chair-
man of the Assembly Board last
year. She was tapped for Senior
Society, independent women's hon-
orary.
WAA...
Nancy Fitch has the job of co-
ordinating all Women's Athletic
Association activities in her capa-
city of president.
ONE OF HER biggest jobs was
to act as mistress of ceremonies at
last year's Lantern Night. She has
worked on the co-recreation pro-
gram and all other WAA activities,
This year WAA is working
with the Union to present Spring
Weekend on alternate years
with Michigras, instead of the
former project, Tennis Ball.
She worked also on the Mott
lecture committee and on the Un-
ion speaker's bureau.
SHE REPRESENTED her group
at visits to high schools in Michi-
gan and to alumni groups in Ann
Arbor and Lansing.
Miss Fitch has enjoyed meet-
ing people both on and off cam-
pus, she said.
She expects her office will help
her either directly or indirectly in
her profession, elementary educa-
tion.
A June graduate, she plans to
have a teaching job in Ann Arbor
or Lansing.
New Finishes
The finishing touch for this
year's men's sportswear will be the
"nubby touch." The nubby finish
will be applied to all spring sports
fashions as manufacturers are fea-
turing ties, shirts, sports jackets
and hats of irregular textures and
roughish surfaces. Fashion experts
recommend that the nubby ma-
terials be contrasted by smooth
finish items for emphasis and that
smart, fashion-wise look.

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Cottons are being shown in and blouse set which has roman EA ST ER FA
mseasn rough textured fabrics this stripes running horizontally on a
The emphasis is on denims, white background.p1ain
coarse linens and roughly woven A faint, wide, black stripe runs in Plastic and
cotton materials. A quick scout vertical to the roman stripes giv-
through local stores will reveal ing a plaid effect.
some interesting trends on these There is a lighter side to cottons H A N D B
three basic fabrics. too. Many summer skirts are of
The traditional blue denim skirt fine textured, glazed cotton in a
is here again. One shown has un- multitude of styles and colors.
pressed pleats all the way around Two different ones are a full, dark
with a narrow denim belt of palest blue skirt with white polka-dots F I
baby blue. that have a criss-cross design in
Both skirts and dresses are of white angora yarn on its wide zt'
heavy denim with bold multicol- waist band.
ored stripes that would brighten The other, in a figured pattern
a coed's wardrobe, of pink and grey, is made in two
The striped theme is also car- halves. The top half of the skirt
ried out in rough linens. An inter- is slightly gathered while a very
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Panhellenic.
Diane Harris, 'ptesdent of'Pan-
hellenic Association, will conduct
her last board meeting soon, and
views the prospect with mixed
feelings.
. * *
"I'M LOOKING forward to be-
ing a 'vegetable'," she quipped. (A
'vegetable,' according to recentl
Daily editorials, is a person who
doesn't participate in extra-curri-
cular activities.)
She has enjoyed the year with
her duties of co-ordinating Pan-
hellenic activities and represent-
ing the organization with other
groups on campus.
Miss Harris says she was always
busy, especially with fall rushing,
which was put on a trial basis this
year. She has also enjoyed meet-
ing many dfiferent people from
campus groups.
THE BROADENING experience,
she believes, will help her in her
work, which will be either person-
nel or teaching.
A graduating senior, Miss
Harris will earn her secondary
certificate for teaching English
in June, and may return for
graduate school.
The Highland Park coed "dab-
bled" in Student Legislature work
in her sophomore year and worked
on the JGP central committee.
In leaving a word of advice to
her successors, she said, "It was
a wonderful experience and well
worth the time." Besides fun and
the work with people, she has got-
ten a feeling of satisfaction from
her duties, she said.

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Assembly.. .
Adrienne Shufro, president of
Assembly Association, will eva-
cuate her office soon to take over
the position of housewife in June.
HER DUTIES as president in-
cluded meeting with the house
presidents each week to study the
situation in dormitories, and oth-
er meetings to represent Assembly.
She has helped on the League
reorganization committee which
has been drawing up the new
constitution.
During the year Miss Shufro's
organization scheduled meetings
with housemothers and with ad-
ministration officials to review
questions about house rules and
how to change them.
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SOME OF THE subjects review-
ed were room and board, tele-
phones and blue jeans.
Miss Shufro ard her board
set up a panel of women to help
the freshman coeds in Prescott
House of East Quadrangle get
started in house government,
League activities and studying.
First the house officers were
elected, then the panel helped

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