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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
SUNDAY, OCTOBER S, 1952
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At 7 p.m. last night, 383 women
picked up their bids to join sor-
orities and went to their chosen;
houses for pledging ceremonies at
Sorority women greeted the new
pledges as they proceeded up the
walks to the houses.
Last night's activities were the
climax to two weeks of intensive
party-going. The rushing scbedule
began with mixer parties and con-
tinued with two more sets of par-
ties plus final desserts.
Pledges and sorority members
alike.view the end of rushing with
mixed feelings for along with the
end of so many parties comes the
business of getting down to work
to catch up on two weeks of class
The following women pledged
sororities last night :
Alpha Chi Omega . .
Susan Caroline Armstrong, Su-
san June Arthur, Beverly J. Barth,
Judith E. Daines, Julie M. Diehl,
Carol S. Hershey, Mary Margaret
Hubbard, Patricia Hurt, Sonia L.
Janich, Shirley Maloney, Sandra
E. McPherson, Susan I. Sargent,
Mary Elizabeth Slawson, Martha
N. Taugher, Mary Frances Ware,
Mary Elizabeth Zaio, Jacquelyn
L. Ross, Alice Marie Robertson,
Marilyn Norton, Janice MacVaugh,
Suzanne L. Gilbert and Judy K.
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Alpha Delta Pi .,..
Priscilla Bickford, Barbara El-
len Crossman, Nancy Davenport,
Carol Downs, Jeanne Hager, Dar-
lene Doris Martenson, Dorothy
Mae McElroy, Joyce Noh, Helen'
Joyce Oliver, Eloise Sarraf, Marcia
Shafer, Shirley Ann Thomas, Ad-
die-Ann Tolhurst, Jill Umbs, Ruth
Margaret Hayward, Beverly A.
Riley, Janice Siefert, Nancy Ann
Eriksen, Suzanne Marion Kaeppel,
Nancy Briggs, Suzanne Ruth
Longpre, Nancy Marie Buese, and
Joan Brawn Robertson.
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Alpha Epsilon Phi .
Fran Benovitz, Judith Bercovici,
Sandra Brown, Nancy Druker, Lor-
raine Falberg, Ruth Gilbert, Ruth
Glick, Maxine Gordon, Sandra
Hearsh, Lois Klein, Shirley Klein,
Elizabeth Meyers, Allene Miller,
Lois Mishelow, Nancy Petricoff,
Elinor Rosenstock, Patricia Loraw,
and Ruth Helfenbein.
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Alpha Gamma Delta..
Jean Elizabeth Alexander, Becky
Conrad, Barbara Katharine Court-
right, Sharron Lynn Ducastel,
Audrey A. Gray, Mary Kathryn
Hart, Janet Arlene Hodges, Eliza-
beth Ann Huette, Margaret Ger-
trude Koehler, Carolyn C. Misio-
lek, Constance B. Misiolek, Caro-
lyn Betty Moeller, Suzanne M.
Turner, Barbara Joan Keller, Mary
M. Darling, Charlotte W. Carter,
Ruth Paula Brandt, Gail F. Lund-
strom, Carol Kaase, Janet L. Gil-
ger, Judith A. Neal, JoAnn Reavis,
and Linn A. Beavis.
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Alpha Omicron Pi ...
Beverly Lou Arment, Dian Dee
Brockmiller, Lucy Ann Blackburn,
Adelieu Irene Cook, Patricia
Blanche Corrigan, Amalia Ruth
Dustman, Dorothy Ellen Ham,
Collegiate Sorosis*. .
Sally Marie Blackman, Carol
Ann Carrigan, Marila Carrigan,
Mary Catherine Crane, Margaret
Michael Hamelink, Gretchen Ann
Hult, Mary Ann Kerlikowske, El-
len Sherwood MacPherson, Laurie
McLean, Joanne Sydney Miller,
Roberta Woodworth Piatt, Rose-
mary Margaret Rehn, Mary Sue
Shoop, Cynthia McCormick Stone,
Carolyn Berridge Travis, Susan
Van Boven, Sally S. Williams,
Cynthia Beam Woodward, Emily
Jane Kinde, Vickie Ann Weh-
meier, Pamela Ward Egeler, Bev-
erly Jeanne Stryker, Amy Adams
McAvity, Barbara Jean Conroy,
Nancy Grace Brinker, and Nancy
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Delta Delta Delta -. -
Carroll Bower, Eleanor Louise
Chid~resC B_ Ann Cross. Sally
ker, Anne Woodard, Jane Stell- Valerie Geisz, Barbara Hills, Janet
wagen, Margaret Pettit, Joan S. Iler, Alice Kent, Carol Park-
Howlett, (Ruth) Ursula Gebhard, hill, Marjorie Quimby, Gretchen
Carol Anne Henderson, Eleanor Schweizer, Marilyn F. Smith,
Johnson, Jacquelyn Touscany, Claire Taylor, Emily Todd, Joanna
Margaret Smith, and Janet Mew- Vorhaus, Patricia Wolf, Sally
hort. Yuille, Helen Borden, Martha Lan-
don, Nancy Laskoske, Diane Wil-
Kappa Alpha Theta . . lis, Edith Haffner, Darlyne Sabo,
Sally Caswell Angell, Virginia Diana Skaff, Lois Kinietz, Mary
Arbuckle, Barbara Barnum, Mir- Maxwell, Barbara Schicks, Mary
iam Van Dyck Baxter, Marjorie E. Vanker, Hermine Weinert, and
Beenen, Ann W. Bross, Patricia Carolyn Bryant.
Pi Beta Phi . ..
Marcia Ellen Babbidge, Sarah Jo
Brown, Jill Coleman, Anne Fenech,
Nancy Gmeiner, Grace Hallek,
Fern Barbara Law, Carol Loveless,
Mary McParlan, Nancy Morris,
Patricia Murphy, Donna Netzer,
Nancy Nungester, Joanne Pincoe,
Alexandra Ryburn, Laura Thorn,
Martha Wallbillich, Kay McLaugh-
lin, Emily Baker, Ann Hess, and
Sigma Delta Tau .. .
Barbara Backlar, Ruth Donner,
Lois Freedberg, Barbara Gilbert,
Donna Green, Elizabeth Green-
berg, Marlene Jaffa, Dolores Kap-
lan, Eva Kauffmann, Adrienne
Kolb, Doris Lipton, Laura Michel-
son, Rhoda Paris, Janet Schuster,
Ellen Serck, Mary Jayne Shumsky,
Betty Auer, Dorothy Glasier, and
Dow, Gay Duerson, Ginny Ellis,
Barbara Hill, Linda J. Hunting-
ton, Joyce S. Judson, Martha Mc-
Inally, Anne Nickerson, Mary
Northrop, Pamela Sattley, Jane P.
Spence, Elizabeth Hunter, Sally
Woodruff, Gail Burlingame, Karen
Jack, and Bonnie L. $ergland.
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Kappa Delta ...
Barbara L. Butterfield, Carol
Cunningham, Mary Ellen Galvin,
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Nancy Bauer, Alison Brewster,
Ann Cumings, Elizabeth Garland,
Alice James, Laura Lou Smith,
Nancie Strome, Dorothy Swanson,
Jan Voorheis, Patricia Wright,
Betty Thompson, Barbara Taylor,
Jo Ann Niemann, Ingrid Arnesen,
Louise Fiber, Martha Seger, and
PLEDGES NAMED-The final chapter to this year's rushing was
written last night as women picked up their bids at the League.
They then went to their respective houses where pledging cere-
monies took place.
Anne Lae Hepler, Mary Cecilia
Hoyt, Joann Kathryn Karnatz,
Sylvia Joan Leach, Patricia Ann
Million, Sue Mitchell, Gretchen
Harriet Quine, Betty Lorraine Rice,
Laura Roberts, Loraine Alecia
Schoolmaster, Diana Frances Sims,
Janet Barbara Streicher, Paula
Strong, Beverly Louise Swan, Cor-
nelia Vandevere, Suzanne Cather-
ine Wilson, Dorothea Jean Addis,
Sarah Burroughs, Evelyn Mae Al-
lee, Elinor Ann Sines, Jane How-
ard, Sallie Lee Wilson, Sari Pa-
tricia Barker, Marilyn Ann Morris,
Sue Stockle, Mary Lou Kierdorf,
and Mary Collen Stuart.
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Nancy Ann Dean, Jaylee Mary
Duke, Marilyn K. Larkin, Cynthis
Louise Krans, Betty Jean McKa-
mie, Ann Gwendolyn Ochs, Cyn-
thia Potter, Judith M. Willits,
Dianne Cecelia Young, Carolyn S.
Rundell, Joyce Elaine Neumann,
Margaret Dorothy Farrar, Made-
line M. Thompson, Marilyn Ann
Shoares, Janet Elinor Hardie,
Gretta May Culler, Ruth Eliza-
beth Butler, Elaine Marie Sur-1
brook, and Charlotte Thomas.
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Margaret Louise Bell, Lois Ann
si11Q b, ". lll a, 77l,
Anne Cushman, Kay Frauenthal,
Patricia Goddard, Lois Anne Gra-
bill, Mary Jane Grabill, Janet
Marlene Holtz, Constance Alice
LaRue, Carolyn Ann MacVean,
Beverly Jean Rahn, Judith Mary
Ross, Beverly Marie Shea, A. Bev-
erly Smith, Rosemary G. Tomicic,
Kathleen Elizabeth VonHaam,
Sandra Joy Whittington, Joan Es-
ther Young, Beatrice Joan Pursell,
Jean Marie Wasserberger, Barbara
Ann Avallone, Barbara Lee Wood,
Mary Ellen Eckert, Susan Hutch-
ins Parmelee, Elinor Hazel Rust,
Suzanne Marie Garfield, Alicia
Margaret Spragg, and Doris Louise
Delta Gamma ...
Mary Anne Davison, Janet E.
Furst, Janet tGallery, Janice L.
Kinkema, Laura Lee Mares, Su-
san C. Potter, Mary C. Rea, Kath-
erine A. Tunis, Helen Judith Ver-
Meulin, Frances Browne Sawson,
Mary Lynn Ross, Mary Cross, Har-
riett Thorne, Linda Mary Lofberg,
Betty Lou Givens, and Louise
Ruo . * * *
Gamma Phi Beta .
Judith Alcorn, Margaret Avshar-
ian, Virginia Friend, Natalie Jane
Higbee, Margaret Kermath, Anne
Madigan, Ann Elizabeth Nelson,
Mary L. Pike, Eugenie Reagan,
Elizabeth Sharp, Sally E. Swigert,
Deborah Townsend, Carolyn Wal-
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Janet Bradshaw, Mary Kathryn
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Choral Union Singers Form
One of Oldest Music Groups
Over 350 singers under the di-
rection of Prof. Lester McCoy, of
the music school, ban together
each year to form the University
Choral Union, one of the largest
and oldest choral groups in Am-
Each year the group gives two
major performances of Handel's
Messiah at the opening of the
Christmas Season. In the spring
the chorus also participates in two
of the May Festival concerts with
the Philadelphia Orchestra and
distinguished soloists, under the
direction of Thor Johnson, con-
ductor of the Cincinnati Sym-
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ORGANIZED; IN 1879 by the
University Musical Society, the
Choral Union began with 30 or 40
singers from several church choirs
who joined together to sing chor-
uses from the Messiah.
By the following year most of
the singers had left Ann Arbor
so the group opened their ranks
to all comers and prepared their
second year of concerts. In this
year the group elected their first
president, Calvin Cady, who
served for eight years.
Albert Stanley took over the
president's reins in 1888 and for
33 years directed the group to both
artistic and financial success. Un-
der Stanley distinguished artists
and great orchestras were included
on the concert series with the un-
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EARL MOORE in 1921, Thor
Johnson in 1939 and now Prof.
McCoy have followed in Stanley's
footsteps as presidents of the
group. During the years of its or-
ganization the Boston Symphony
forerunner of the Boston Festival
Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony
and now the Philadelphia Orches-
tra have accompanied the group.
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of the group in all parts of the
world. Many members have gone
on to make music their careers.
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