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TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Women's

Campus

Organizations

Reveal

New

Leaders

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Coeds PTake Positions
At Annual Installation

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An atmosphere of excitement
and anticipation filled the air lastI
night as the women's positions in
the League, Panhellenic, Assem-
bly, and WAA were announced at'
the traditional Installation Night
ceremonies in Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Coeds cheered as they heard
their house members and friends,
receive their new positions, the
Alpha Lambda Delta awards, the
Schroll and Ethel McCormick,
scholarships and membership in
Scroll.
* * *
League.. ..
Positions on the League were
announced as follows: Sue Riggs,
president; Ann Plumton, vice-
president; Nancy Rein, secre-
tary; Iris Pumroy, treasurer; Lee
Fiber, chairman of joint judi-
ciary council; Barbara Bos, act-
ing chairman of women's judi-
ciary council.
Others are Ann Schmitz, first
vice-chairman of women's judici-
ary council; Lucy Landers and
Sally Stahl, junior members of
joint judiciary council; Jean Rob-
inson, secretary of women's judi-
ciary council; Georgiana David-
son ano Carol Downs, sophomore
members of the women's judiciary
council.
Also named were: Sue Shafter,
chairman of interviewing and
nominating committee; Sissi Berg-
stein, Marilyn Martin and Joan
Merrill, junior members of inter-
viewing committee; Jan Voorheis,
Dawn Waldron and Nancy Wright,
sophomore members of the inter-
viewing committee.
Barb Meier was named chair-
man of dance class committee.
Serving with her on this com-
mittee will be Shirley Bayliss,
finance chairman; Pat Corri-
4 gan, senior dance class captain;
Char Rolnick, junior dance class
captain; Sylvia Leach and Mar.
ilyn Smith, sophomore dance
class captains.
On the medit-tutorial commit-
tee, Phyllis Peterson will serve as
chairman and Claudette Hawes
will be the junior assistant. Betsy
Smith will head the orientation
committee with Diana Sims as
chairman of transfers and Su-
zanne Wilson as social chairman.
Other positions revealed were:
Barbara Dows, league parliamen-
tarian; Joan Kleinpell chairman
of the personnel committee; Janet
Campbell, Mary Lou Goldberg, Et-
ta Lubke, and Janice Rose, jun-
ior assistants on the personnel
committee; Phyllis Bettmann,
chairman of public relations; Gin-
ny Abbey, Martha Baker, and
Mary Sherman, junior assistants
on public relations committee;
Betty Gruschow and Sarah Weed,
art assistants on public relations
committee.
Ann Petrie was named chair-
man of the social committee
with Joanne Craft, Donna Hoff-
man, Dawn Maine, Karin Old-
berg and Carolyn Snyder as jun-
ior assistants on the committee.
Joyce Clements will serve as
chairman of special projects
committee.
Scholarships .. .
Ethel McCormick scholarships
were awarded to Suzie Riggs, Lee
Fiber, and Barbara Boss. Betty
Magyar was presented with the
Mortarboard scholarship, and the
'U' Women's
Junior Group
To Organize
Desserts of all kinds will pro-

vide surprises for women at the
American Association of Univer-
sity Women's Junior Group or-
ganizational meeting, which will
be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Mrs. W. W. Gilbert, 1714
Morton Drive.
Everyone attending should bring
a packed dessert sufficient for one
person. Later numbers will be
drawn and desserts exchanged
with another person to create a
mixer atmosphere. Coffee and chi-
na will be furnished, but everyone
should provide their own silver-
ware.
The purpose of the meeting is
to exchange ideas and get the
JuniorhGroup organized. All wom-
en who have graduated from the
University within the last ten
years are eligible for membership.
Last October the AAUW cele-
brated its 50th anniversary as an
independent branch. Originally
*the organization was founded in

Scroll scholarship was received
by Iris Pumroy.
* * *
Assembly ...
Assembly president for next year
was announced as Delores Mes-
singer. Sally Lorber was appointed
vice-president and Roberta Ross,
secretary. The office of treasurer
was filled by Maryn Gabiner. Other
officers for next year are Eileen
Schulak as candy booths chair-
man, Rita Isbitts, projects chair-
man, and Janet Reinstein, big sis-
ter chairman.
Bette Cohen was appointed
personnel chairman; Elaine
Platt, social board chairman,
and Muriel Chaflin, chairman
of public relations.
P*anhel ...
Martha Hill is the new Pan-
hellenic president for next year.
Other officers include Judy John-
son, vice-president; Laura Hoff-
man, 2nd vice-president; Bea
Johnson, secretary; Cathy Wilson,
treasurer; Shirley Mason, rushing
chairman; Jackie Shields, chair-
man of the rushing counselors;
Ann Mercer, public relations; and
Debby Townsend, president of
junior Panhellenic.
WAA. .
Marian Swanson who has been
appointed president of the Wo-
mens Athletic Association next
year, will head the executive board
which includes Gretchen Meier,
vice-president in charge of spec-
ial projects; Carol Giddings, vice-
president in charge of student re-
lations; Phyllis Peterson, co-rec-
reation chairman; Margaret Pen-
ny, secretary, and Louise Tracy,
treasurer.
Other executive officers are
June Miekka, A.F.C.W. represen-
tative; Lois Grabill, public re-
lations; Rosalind Shlimovitz,
Daily publicity; Gloria Strutz,
dormitory manager; Barbara
Hill, sorority manager; Joan
Merrill, League house manager;
and Sally Fernamberg, co-rec-
reational tournament chairman.
Also named were the four heads
of the co-recreation clubs. These
are Margaret Ann Smith, badmin-
ton club; Meredith Tigel and Mimi
King, ballet club; Amy McAvity,
modern dance; and Judy Hirsch-
field, rifle club.
The new heads of the sports
clubs were announced as follows:
Margaret Bell, basketball; Eileen
Harmer, bowling; Shirley Sipper-
ley, camp counselors; Marion
Charvat, coaches and officials;
Dorothy Jean Clarkson, golf; Don-
na Westerlund, field hockey; Mar-
garet Lord, Michifish; and Joan
Hyman, tennis.
* * *
Publications .. .
Appointed to the Gargoyle
staff was Janet Winn, managing
editor and Lila Deutsch, art edi-

-Daily-Betsy Smith
NEW INITIATE-Marilyn Hey, president of Scroll, senior honorary for affiliated women, taps Mrs.
Harlan H. Hatcher for membership in the society. The Scroll ceremony climaxed the Installation
Night program last night in Rackham Lecture H all, as this year's members presented new initiates
with the large yellow scrolls. Junior coeds are chosen for membership in the group on the basis of
outstanding service, leadership and scholarship. T hese new members will be recognized on campus
today by the cardboard scrolls which they will b e wearing around their necks.

** *
tor. On the Ensian staff, Mau-
reen Sweeney was named en-'
graving editor, Vonda Genda
tryout editor and Sally Habe-
mann, accounts manager. Jane
Spensin was appointed assoc-
iate editor on the Generation
staff. Senior positions on the
Daily and junior editors on the
Daily and Ensian will be an-
nounced on Saturday.

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Glee Club- .-.,
The newly selected president of
Women's Glee Club is Mary Lynn
Donally. Other officers are Mar-
garet Lord, vice-president; Connie
Vandeveer, business manager;
Dorothy Ham,bpublicity chairman;
Harriet Stinson, secretary; and
Edna Carlson and Mary Ladue, li-
brarians.
Scroll . .
Last night, Scroll, honorary so-
ciety for affiliated senior women,
tapped the following: Lee Fiber,
Sue Riggs; Barbara Boss, Beatrice
Johnson, Janet Netzer, Sue Shaft-
er, and Katie Wakeman.
Other women tapped were
Karen Fagerburg, Mary Hodges,
Ann Houck, Iris Pumroy, Vir-
ginia Pike, Phyllis Peterson,
Laura Hoffman, Diane Deck-
er, Harlene Hankin, Gretchen
Meier, Ann Schmitz, Judy John-
son, and Barbara Steinko.
Mrs. Harlan H .Hatcher was
tapped as an honorary member of
the group.
* *
Alpha Lambda Delta
Senior women who had main-
tained a 3.5 average for four years

were presented with Alpha Lambda Barb Uebel, stage manager; Jo
Delta awards in last night's cere- Decker, assistant stage manager;
mony. Kathleen Keely, with the Ann Mercer, ticket chairman; and
average of 3.9, received the high- Sue Stewart, ushering chairman.
est award. Other awards went to
Joyce Winter, Joy Xenis, Frances Sonh Cab
Reitz, Barbara Rassweiler, Lillian
Teegarden, Jeanne Kress, and Central committee members for
Carol Miles. Sophomore Cabaret were named
Also honored for senior mem- as follows: Nancy Jaquette, gen-
bership in Alpha Lambda Delta eral chairman; Judy Lichtblau,
were Joanne Kress, Grace Fink, assistant general chairman; Dee
Nancy Baehre, Carol Lutz, Beth Dee Engelman, floorshow chair-
Smilay and Lois Easterbrook. man; Rebecca Allen, assistant
floorshaw chairman; Lois Mishe-
low, secretary; and Grace Ritlow,
J .G.+P. assistant secretary.
Central committee members Other members are Doris In-
for the Junior Girls' Play will Emrahm , sta costumas;
be as follows: Lois Klein, gen- EmiyJwladancostumes;
eral chairman; Sue Beebe, as- Bev Rahn, dance chairman;
sistant general chairman; Jill Amy McAvity, assistant dance
Coleman, director; Mimi Buck, chairman; Marilyn Miller, dec-
assistant director; Helen Sch- orations chairman; Betty Ros-
wartz, secretary; Marg Spind- enfield, assistant decorations
ler, treasurer, Polly Miley, as- chairman and Claudia Moore, fi-
sistant treasurer; Jane Kohr, nance chairman.
dance chairman; Jo Jo Lichty, The list continues with Kay
assistant dance chairman; Nan- Gardey, assistant finance chair-
cy Bennet, make-up chairman, man; Bev Folk, hostess chairman;
and Linda Huntington, assistant pat Goddard, make-up chairman;
make-up chairman. Joanne Yates, assistant make-up
Other members are Nan Swine- chairman; Barbara Backlar, music
hart, publicity chairman; Becky chairman; Libby Garland, assist-
Conrad, Daily publicity; Charlotte ant music chairman; Claire Ham-
Carter, posters chairman; Virginia mer, programs chairman; Su-
Reubene, music chairman; Linda zanne Kipnis, publicity chairman;
Reck, choral director; Pat LeRoy, Debby Townsend, posters chair-
program chairman; Sue Fricker, man and Alice James, stunts chair-
properties chairman; Alice Rob- man.
ertson, assistant properties; Jo- Others are Barbara Barker, re-
anne Maxman, script chairman; fershments chairman; Mary Beck,

script chairman; Cathy King,
special booths chairman; Elaine
Bice, assistant special booths;
Mary Towne, stage manager; Mary
Jane Grabill, assistant stage man-
ager; Donna Netzer, tickets chair-
man; Darlyne Sabo, assistant
tickets; and Barb Courtwright,
ushering chairman.
O ta '.I'10 * **
{orientation .. .
The new women orientation
leaders for LS&A were announc-
ed as follows: Inez Krause, Jane
Murbach, Becky Conrad, Sally
Habermann, Mary Lou Mantz,
Louise Raisch, Enid Stenn, Janet
Netzer, Ann Houck, Ann Azi-
mow, Lee Fiber, Virginia Spur-
rier, Mary Jane Soper and Lynne
Davison.
Continuing the list are Sally
Katzel, Joan Balson, Mary Ann
Alexander, Marjorie Heberle, Jo-
anne Waxman, Joan Karabelnick,
Phyllis Peterson, Marilyn Lama,
Phyllis Bettmann, Carolyn Swart-
wout, Rae Livingston, Helen
Schwarz, Dulcie Batson, Cynthia
Hardy, Janet Campbell and Syl-
via Koplow.
Other named were Elaine Kihen,
Betty Ann Hess, Rosalind Shli-
movitz, Vonda Genda, Joan Mer-
rill, Patricia Rupert, Priscilla Mil-
ey, Dawn Maine, Leea Pierce, Ruth
Rossner, Carolyn MacVean, Linda
Huntington, Amy McAvity, Susan
Fricker, Carolyn Moeller and
Charlotte Thomas,
Sue Garfield, Barbara Rich-
ardson, Jane Kohr, Cynthia
Stone, Marcia Lubeck, Claudia
Moore, Mary E. Slawson, Duane
Willis, Helene Brayer, Harriet
Dunham, Edith Haffnar, Carole
Brumbaugh, Alice Robertson,
Gail Maxwell, Bernice Oshinsky
and Betty Bayliss were also
chosen.
The list continues with Mar-
jorie Frogel, Judith Lichtblau,
Mary Pike, Deborah Townsend,
Rebecca Allen, Elaine Borkowski,
Loraine Moote, Patricia McGui-
gan, Karen Jack, Jackie Boggan,
Cathy King, Jan Voorheis, Nancy
Kaser, Sally Lorber, Mary Beck
and Sarah Burroughs.
Others are Betty Powell, Gloria
Duwe, Ruth 'Adelstein, Dorothy
Clarkson, Faith Goldberg, Lois
Mishelow, Doris Tucker, Patricia
Newell, Helen Eisner, Suzanne Ki-
jsnis, Cynthia Eaton, Janet Mew-
hort, and Marilyn Smith.
Marcia Althaus and Sandra
Whittington are the new leaders
for Dental Hygiene. Marjorie
Wyche is the orientation leader
for Physical Education.
The Orientation leaders for
music school were announced as
follows: Ruth Krantz, Faith Cook,
Margaret Arshauan, Francis Skaff,
Carol Murphy, June Howe, Dawn
Waldron, and Eunice Ruff.
Freshmen leaders for School of
Architecture and Design are: El-
len Van de Vusse, Rosemarie Saf-
ron, Catherine Baker, and Betty

Anne Gruschow. Anne Campbell
will be a leader for the School of
Engineering. Pat Pauling and Pa-
tricia Jahns will serve for the
School of Pharmacy both fresh-
men and transfers.
LS&A transfer leaders are as
follows: Charlotte Havers, Jean
Waidley, Miriam Buck, Jan
Gaines, Ann Petrie, Lore Leidig,
Ladonna Brockmyer, Cynthia
Boyes, Barbara Wood, Marilyn
Stelt, Phyllis Willar, Rita Isbitts
and Pat LeRoy.
Others are Dorothy Allaben,
Gretchen Schweizer, Audrey Mil-
ler, Ruth Brandt; Elizabeth Jones,
Suzanne Peters, Lois Buchbinder,
Kay Frauenthal, Mary Jo Gibbs,
Marjorie Ann Schroer, Elizabeth
Boswell, Joanne Kramer, Cornelia
Vandeveer.
Transfer leaders for school of
music are Elizabeth Garland and
Mayda Sherman. Education school
transfer leaders are Barbara Stein-
ko, Joan Hyman, Marlene Roth-
enberg, Joan Hegener and An-
geline Lamerato.
Appointed as'transfer leaders
for the School of Architecture
and Design were Patricia God-
dard and Nancy Jaquette.
Diane Foley and Iris Pumroy
will serve as Business Administra-
tion transfer leaders.
Those chosen to orient nursing
students are Marcia Shafer, Carol
Downs and Marian Coomer.
Reserve leaders for the Col-
lege of Literature, Science and
the Arts are Janice MacVaugh,
Darlyne Ann Sabo, Judy Silver-
man, Darlene Martenson, Ann
Willard, Greta Saldinger, Gail
Pierce, Ann Mercer, Cynthia
Kraus and Barbara Gertler.
Others chosen were Barbara
Barker, Debbie Shavelson, Caro-
lyn Bryant, Lois Grabill, Judith
Hirschfield, Barbara Walker,. Jean
MacRae, Fredrika Loewenberg,
Carol Campbell, Nancy Bennet,
Mary Streib, Joy Stanlea and Rita
Gedrovics.

CO-REC SOFTBALL -- Any
groups of five men each interested
in taking part in the co-recrea-
tional softball tournament may
pick up entry blanks in Rm. 15,
Barbour Gym. These men will be
matched with women's groups
which have been entered for tour-
nanent play. Competition will be-
gin Friday at Palmer Field.
* * *
INSTALLATION - Installation
ceremonies for new members of
the WAA Board will be held at 7
p.m. today in WAB. Both old and
new board members are asked to
attend.
HATCHER TEA-All seniors are
invited to attend the Open House
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow at the
home of University President Har-
lan H. Hatcher. Other groups re-
ceiving a special invitation to at-
tend are Collegiate Sorosis, Vic-
tor Vaughan, Chi Phi and Wil-
liams House of West Quadrangle.
Any other students interested in
joining the informal gathering are
also invited to attend.

Natalie Newman, Beverly Ross,
Eloise Sarraf, Roz Cantor, Betty
Dettling and-Cynthia Diamond.
Other reserves for LS&A are
Sarah Eisenberg, Nancy Fisher,
Marilyn Gordon, Jane Germany,
Emily Jewell, and Bonnie Silber-
man.
Rebecca Badger was appointed
as music reserve, while Martha
Seger will be reserve leader for
business adniinistration.
Education reserves are Lore
Dengler, Diane Swendeman, Mar-
garet Carter, Marilyn Stelt, Phyl-
lis Gira, Beverly Lou Arment and
Patricia Nell Ketchum.
Architecture and Design reserves
will be Fran Ware, Anne Nick-
erson, Mary Mullins and Donna
Somers.
Information Booth Workers are
Millicent Vinitsky, Martha Him*
melhoch and Shirley Keen.

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