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'Gridiron Gambols' Thirty-Eight Fraternities Announce Pledging of 478 Men

ToFeature McDonough Combo
Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra will be featured at the
League-Union's "Gridiron Gam-
bols" to be held from 9 p.m. tom
midnight, Saturday, in the Union r
Using "Can't Imagine," one off
McDonough's Union Opera tunes
as a theme song, the combo spe-
cializes in requests, old-time fa-
vorites, waltzes and Latin Ameri-
can dances. y 4

(Continued from Page 1)
kin, '56: Charles Joseph Goering,
'57; Don Ross Craft, '57: Herbert
Lesile Hedges, Jr.. '57NR; Michael
Fitzsimons, '57E: Stephen John
Kovacik, '56: Robert Horton Wier,
'55BA; John Harvey Netzley, '57;
Gerald Thomas Davies, '57.
KAPPA SIGMA: Kenneth Lynn
Cook, '57P: Allen LeVere Craig,
'56; Phillip Eugene Davis, '55E;
Joseph Edward Kubacka, Jr., '55;
John Hampton Moore.' '57E;
James Randall Pullin, '56M.
ert Ankeny, '58E; Richard D.
Blodgett, '57; Edward F. Ellison,
'57E; William B. Guy, '57; Don-
ald B. Head, '56E' David N.
Hurst, '55; Walton O. King,
'57E; Calvin E. Strom, '58; Eu-
gene Terrill. '57AD; and James
D. Wiley, '57AD.
Barger, '57E; Harry S. Barrett,
'57: William Bohnsack, '57; Rob-']
-14 Tl-r r V-f _n rrn T +Llinc'

Paul Berinstein, '57: Marvin
Harold Davidson, '57; Burton S.
Epstein, '57; Gary Goldstein, '57;
Bernard, Goodman, '57; Roger
Greenberg, '57; Leon Green-
blatt, '57; David Hershberg, '57;
Harold Horwitz, '56; Stanley
Kampner, '57; Richard Leavitt,
'57; David E. Levy. '57; Lee R.
Marks, '57; Herberg Ross, '57;
Laurie Scher, '57; Lawrence R.
Seder. '57; David Lawrence
Sherman, '57; Stuart Ronald
Stone. '57; William A. Stone,
'57; Leonard Velick, '57.
PSI UPSILON: George W. Bih-
ler, '57E; John O. Culver, '57; John
A. Hubly, '57: Richard G. Ingwer-
sen. '57: Arthur T. Kuiper, '57E:
R. Timothy Leedy, '57E; David P.
Milbrand. '57: Bailey B. Nagle. '57:
Richard C. Norton. '56: Thomas
W. Prunk, '57E; Richard G. Rear-
ick. '57E; Thomas R. Shaw, '57:
Boyd N. Shertzer, '57; and M.
Welby Taylor, '57.

John Monaghan, '57: John Mor- THETA CHI: Lindsay Murray Theodore Leaf. '57E; James Doug-
row, '56; Carl A. Nordberg Jr., '57; Sedwick, '57; Harry Hesel Shore, las MacArthur, '56E: Clifton Ed-
Marvin Nyren, '57; Charles Weir, '57E; Charles Delbridge Malloch, ward Michael. '57E; Stanley Clar-
'57; John Wrona, '57: John Wylie. '57E; Willis Wallace Merkling, ence Toney, 56E Richard Theo-
'57, 1'58A; Kenneth Bennett Johnston, dore Trachler, '57: and Forest
SIGMA NU; Daniel Huelster 1 55BA; and Thomas Wayne Winn, Kendall Fowler, '57E.
Dahl, '57E: Richard Lee Fuller, '57.
'57E; Niles Devereux Gilmour, * * " TRIANGLE: Martin Paul An-
'57; Lawerence Russell Hardy., HTADLA HBDun erson, '57E.
'56E; Wayne Verl Huffman, '57E; Charles Breager '55BA; William ZE BET TA Staney -
Jon Darrel Mandell, '57E: Richard John Brinker '57A; Paul Couluris, fred, '57: Donald Cohodes, '57;
Alan Mills, '56: Eugene Arthur '57Phar; Kurt Ewand. '57: Rich- Arthur Friedman, '57; Lewis Ham-
Moore, '57; Ben Eugene Olive, '57; ard Carl Hausler, '57; William nurger, '57; Clifford Hart, '57;
Paul Albert Richardson, '57; Kent Cass Hein, '56; Ronald Frank Herbert A. Karzen, '57; Ivan L.
McConnell Robinson, '57E; Ernest Holbrook, '57: William Lawrence .Kushen, '57; Henry Kirke Lewis,
Lee Sansum, '57; Alexander Sar- Miller, '57; Harry Carl Walker, '57; Lawrence Rattner, '57; Lester
ros, '56E; James Robert Wheel- '57E; Ralph Rae Watts, '57; Clyde B. Salins, '57; Ronald M. Schecter,
ing. '56; and Bernard Franklin Lee Whipple, '56; Elwood Hanse- '56; Norman Shubert, '57; Milton
Whittenberg, '57. mann, '57; Jack Allen Campbell, Silverman, '56; Lee Tenenbaum,
SIGMA PHI: James T. Cul- '56E; Casimir Jan Gogulski, '56E, '57: and Herbert S. Wander, '57.
len, Jr., '57; John Edward Heid- and Nicholas Wiese, '57. ' ZETA PSI: Robert Edward
gen, '57E; Robert Bruce Nelson,- Bates, '57E; Robert Frue, '55;
'5;Richard Irving Pierce, '57- THETA XI: Donald B. Carlsen, Howard H. Handorf, '57E; How-
B '5 7 ; R i c ha dR o e B u N l o -HAi g re ;m '5 6 ; M e lv in W illia m D e v e r s , '5 7 E ; a n d M a r tin L ip s e y , '5 6 ; M ic h a e l
David Ross, '57; GaryBria Richard M. Doolen, '55BA; Robert Gordon Mols, '57; Charles Horton
Davird 57 Gllary F rns Hugo Gersabeck, '56; Norman Joy O'Malley, '57E; Peter Joel Heck-
Sellers, '57; Tomas Stevensoklin Gersabeck, '56; William C. Gilbert, enbeil, '56; John Edward Schippel,
Simmns, ' h as Stve '57E; Alvin Wayne Haggerty,.'56E; '56; and Chuck Moffatt Smillie,
Spies, 5E; nd CrtisLeeRoy E. Lave, Jr., '57E; Arthur '57.

ORGANIZED several years ago
by McDonough and Art Stade,
band manager, the group has be-
come well-known for its dance-
able music and original arrange-
At I-Hop, which broke all rec-'
ords for attendance at the
League for any social event, the
combo featured a special ar-
rangement of music McDon-
ough wrote for this year's UnionI
This same arrangement will be
presented againrat "Gridiron
Gambols" and there are tenta-
tive plan's for a second such ar-
rangement of this year's opera'
tunes. 'CAN'T IMAGINE'
* * * duces Paul McDono
VOCALIST for the group is at the League-Union
Betty Magyar, who had leading 9 p.m. to midnight,
roles in Soph Cab, Soph Satire
and JGP.'
McDonough, a sophomore law CLASS OF '54:
student, was featured on his
own show, "Piano Varieties," Mib
over WPAG last year and has e
had numerous other offers for
Following the football theme, C oordii
decorations for the dance will fea-1
ture a football mobile hanging
from a ceiling festooned with pur- By JANET SM
ple, white, yellow and blue Although June and
streamers. seem a long way off, f

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
. . . This popular Union Opera tune intro-
ugh and his orchestra who will be featured
n Dance "Gridiron Gambols" to be held from
Saturday, in the Union Ballroom.

rs of Senior Board
Hate Class Affairs

ert Dunn, bDE Ueoge . s SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Wil-
'57; David Gilcrest. '57E: Frank liam Johnston Adams, '57: Wil-
Haag, '55E: Donald Johnston. '56; liam R. Bernard, '57; Robert Lee:
George Rich, '57; and Fred Wee- Brooks, '57; Thomas M. Ehni. '57;',
man, '57. Guy V. Foster, '57; Dwight Gal- !
PHI GAMMA DE TA. Ronald loway, '57: George Ilyas Haddad,
Barlow Clark '56BA John Ex- '55E; Richard Perry Huttenloch-
ton Davis, '57: Franklin K. Greg- eI r'57; Melvin Henry Johnson .
ory. '57: Allan Elroy Hartwig, Jr.,'57; James Joseph Kobriger.
'57E: Henry Stern Loeb, '57; Bar- 57A; Robert J. Mahoney, 57E.
ry Bruce MacKay, '57; William Thomas Wade Martin, '57: Louis
Gerard Pusch, '57; and Harrison Vincent Onders, 56; James B. Or-
wig, '57; John Powell, '56E; Victor
PHI KAPPA PSI: David C. Mc- Roland Stoeffler, '56; Barry Stev-
Cullough. '57: William Russell j ens Wilson. '57; Robert Larry Wise,'
Meyer, '57: Rex B. Steele, '57: and '57E; Paul Walker Brown, '56; and'
William H. Wundram. '57. j Rober Schleh 6U
John Haney. '56Ed.: and William E.Berrit,' onal eeBoor-
Richard Petrie. '55BA. stein, '57: Stuart Victor Fenton,
PHI KAPPA TAU: Dale E. '56; Nathan S. Firestone, '56;I
Baker, '57; Barry Leigh Collier, Walter Goldsmith, '57; Milton L.
'57E; Glenn H. Girardin, '57; Goldstein,'57; Arthur Golumbia,
Richard Huebler, '57; Gene Pat- '57; Allan Knee, '56; Stephen A.
terson, '57; David K. Robertson, Koplin, '57; James Leven, '57;
'57E; Raymond Walter Sanford, Shelly E. Liss. '57; Richard
'57P: Robert Bruce Stevens, Marvin Moss, '57; Donald A.1
'57E; Vernard M. Stilson, '57E; Persellin, '57; David Silver, '57;]
James C. Thurlow, '57; and Bruce M. Stiglitz, '57; Stephen
Theodore Treiber, '57. Cahen, '57; John Kennedy, '57;
PHIl SIGMA DELTA: Gary Adel- Joel David Tauber, '57; Martin
man, '57: Richard Barnett. '57: Weisbard, '56; and Harvey
Stephen Bronstein. '57; Lawrence Zuckerberg, '56.-
Charfoos. '57: Leon Egrin, '57; Ir- SIGMA CHI: Robert Miller Ap-
win Field. '57; Lawrence Gould, pleman, '56; William Bass. '56;
'57: Joseph Hanchrow, '57: Ernest Robert H. Becker, '57; Charles
Kahn, Jr.. '57: David Klausner, Edwin Brooks, '57; Glen A. Carl-
'57; Lawrence Levine. '56; Edward son, '57E; James P. Cattey, '57A;
Marks. '56: R iar Nahina, E. CrencECoean, CovJes
~. ~..i-.,.i ~ . Cosle. '57Ee Jack Covries '7

Wells, '57NR.
liam Chester Adams, '57; Richard
W. Andersen, '57P.Ed: Richard
Arthur Crawford, '57; Ted George
Dodenhoff, '57; Donald Carl Flli-
son, '57E; Otto Louis Gutowsky,
'57; Craig Robert Johnson, '57E;
John Herbert Kagay, '57E; Frank
Richard Knox, '57; Richard Fran-
cis Kiusel, '57E; Richard Steven
Potter. '57; Robert William Rich-
ardson, '57E; James Curtis Shear-
on, '57: John Thieme Thomas, '57;
Don Kelvin Vance, '57E; Richard
Lee Wood, '57; and Michael Frank
Zaremba, '57.
TAU DELTA PHI: Gerald Ack-:
erman, '57; Phillip I. Bellack, '57;
Gerald Samuel Berman. '56; Har-'
vey Brandes, '57; Ronald B. Char-'
foos, '57: Barton Z. Cowan, '55;
Allan Drebin, '57; Richard S.'
Flaxman, '57; Stephen N. Fish-E
man, '56: Herbert Gardner, '57;
Paul Goodman, '57; Stephen Heil-
pern, '57; Allan Horowitz, '57;
James S. Kaplan, '57; Arnold Le-
vitsky, '56; Norman Lievman, '57;
Ira S. Schamack, '57: Theodore'
F. Simms, '57; and Gerald Solo-'
mon, '57.
P. Cecchini, '57; Gerald A. Hall,i
'57E; Harold R. Judd, '56E; John
David Low, '56E; Larry Kay
Posner, '57; Richard Thomas,
'56; and Charles E. Zaraeonitis,

The Professor Who
Couldn't Say "No"
OR ... What to do when you
can't afford to flunk

for members

* * * of the Senior Class commence-1
AML DECORATIONS will fea- ment is not so far off as it may ap-
tune Northwestern's purple and peart.
white and Michigan's yellow and bThis is especially true for mem-
blue, bers of the Senior Board, who are
Tickets for the dance which go already hard at work on plans.
on sale today at the Union or on MADE UP of the officers of the
the Diag are $1.50 a couple. senior classes in each of the ten
* * seircassi*aho h e
THE PURPLE and White of schools on campus, the Senior
Northwestern will dominate the Board handles the business for all
programs for this first annual the classes.
League-Union dance which is re- Divisions of the University in-
placing, the former separate eluded on this board are the
League and Union fall dances. College of Literature, Science
Featured as, entertainment will and the Arts, the School of Edu-
be the Novelaires, Ed Rabenscroft, cation, the School of Music, the
drum-playing winner of last year's School of Dentistry, the Col-
Gulantics, and Floyd Zarbock,;I lege of Engineering and the
drum major. School of Pharmacy.
The dance is open to all campus Also represented on the board
and Northwestern students are es- are the School of Business Admin-}
pecially invited. istration, the School of Nursing

54 A&D, while Betty Magyar,
"54 Lit., is recording secretary.
Gay Thurston, treasurer of the!
School of Business Administra-
tion, was elected treasurer by thei
Senior Cabinet. In this position
she has the help of the Board of
* * *
ORGANIZED in 1949, the Se-
nior Board works to bring about
closer cooperation between the
various senior classes.
Previous to the Board's found-E
ing, each school handled its own
business; such as reunions, in-
dependently of every other

Once there was a Professor who was
reluctant to Flunk the Team's Top
Muscle-Man . . . a fullback named
Printwhistle, of impressive Physical
Proportions but intellectually a Lump.
The Professor sought a Loophole.
"Printwhistle," he said, "I am no
pedant who believes that the sole pur.
pose of education is to cram the Mind
with Facts. Rather is its aim to broaden
the Mind and make it more Productive.
If you can come'to me within 24 hours
with one-just one-original and
worthwhile Idea, I shall not Flunk
The dejected Printwhistle explained
his Dilemma to his roommate. "Relax,"
said the latter. "Simplest thing in the
world" . . . and he expounded a

Next morning the evidence was i.
Telegrams .. hundreds of 'em ..,.on
the Professor's desk, from practically
everybody on the Campus. All bearing
the same message: "Printwhistle must
not Flunk. Old Blackstrap needs him.
This Approach is his Idea."
Did it work? Well, there's a certain
All-American named Printwhistle
whose voice shakes with grateful Emo.
tion when anyone mentions Western
Union in his Presence.
When you want to Swing a Deal.. .
Telegrams work wonders. They're
grade-A Date Bait, great for coaxing
cash from home, practical for arrange
ing anything from a Weekend to a Job
Interview. When you want to get inside
the Opponent's ten-yard line . .. let
Western Union carry the balL

122 Huron St. E.
Telephone 3-4221

sno.LoNwan 'b;rc nral as,
Under this system, there was a '56; Sanford Norian, '56; Phillip
great deal of overlap and waste Pines. '56; Frank Poack, 57;
of time and energy. By combin-' Michael Recht, '57 Eugene Sale-
ing their efforts, the senior classes sin, '57E; Frederick Scriatz, '57;
hope to remedy this situation. Michael Schneidermar., '57; Char-
les Schwartz, '56E-Fr 'ed Schwim-
The Senior Board is seated on mWarre S r, S5hEim-
the Commencement Steering Com- mer, 57; Warren Smger, 57E; E.
mittee, as well as working in closeBarry Stulberg, '7,;Lawrence
connection with Dean Walter B. Walde Z57 D Winbe.
Rea, and the Alumni Association.!'57: Michael Zucker, 57; Mitchell
KAP :DaGrZucker, '57E.
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and the College of Architecture
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al Resources is represented by the
officers of the Forestry Club.
* * *

Goeffrey M. Dooley, '55; Frederick
William Trost '57; John Hool, '57;
E'Tom Moentz, '57; Joseph H. Mc-
IKean, '57; William Miner, '57A;
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IN ORDER to make a smaller
and 'more workable group, the!
'presidents of the ten schools form
the working committee, known as
the Senior Cabinet.
The cabinet elects f r o m
among its members one person
to serve both as chairman of
the Senior Board and chairman
of the Senior Cabinet. Filling
this position at present is John
Black, '54Ed.
Also elected from among the
class presidents is a vice-president.
Chosen for the job this year was
Howard Nemerovski, '54E.
* * *
necessary bookwork for the com-
bined senior classes is the Secre-
tariat, made up of the secretaries
of each of the ten senior classes.
Heading this committee are
the two secretaries elected by
the Cabinet. Serving as corres-
ponding secretary is Bev Smith,

LE uue oU rl
There will be a meeting of
the League Council at 4 p.m.
today in the League. All mem-
bers are asked to attend to take
part in a discussion of the
year's League budget.

don Broerick, '56E; Paul G. Hub-
bell, '55; Edward Richard McCli-
ment, '56E; Alexander Earl Mead,
'55BAd; Richard Narman
Schwartz, '55: Robert Franklin
Stoner, '55BAd; John William
Stoehr, '57E.



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