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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Assembly Association
To Distribute Report

Parents Announce Weddings, Engagements

Senior, Junior Panhellenic
Announce Board Positions

Presenting a factural statement
of progress, Assembly Association
will distribute its "Assembly Asso-
ciation Progress Report" to all in-
dependent women today.
Assembly Association hopes the
report will answer any questions
women may have about the orga-
nization and will give a more com-
plete picture of the association,
as it works with and for the inde-
pendent ,women on campus.
Mrs. Elsie Fuller, Assistant
Dean of Women, expressed her
approval of the report and em-
phasized that all major projects
should be followed with an an-
nouncement of this sort.
Given special permission to dis-
tribute these bulletins, Assembly
will put the report in women's
mailboxes.
Included under social events are
I-Hop and Assembly Ball, with I-
Hop having one of the largest

crowds at a League dance, 656
couples.
Tag Day, candy stores and holi-
day projects fall under the As-
sembly's work in community serv-
ice.
, Covering a vast area in cam-
pus service and projects, Assem-
bly has worked with residence
hall organizations. They have
helped set up the Prescott House
organization, judiciary systems
and meetings to coordinate the
work of various hall chairmen.
Assembly Board works with the
League House Council and with
the Assembly Dormitory Council.
Responsible for the awards and
honors given at Fortnite, Assembly
interviews for Fortnite positions
and supervises the planning of the
event. It is now working with Pan-
hellenic on an evaluation of fall
rushing.

Senior Panhellenic Association,
has announced three new posi-
tions; Public Relations chairman,
co-chairman of Greek Week and;
Parliamentarian.
Marlene Jaffa, a sophomore of
Sigma Delta Tau, is taking Ann
Mercer's place as public relations
chairman. She will represent Pan-
hel on all campus organizations
and arrange for exchange dinners.
Co-chairman of Greek Week, to
be held in May, is Beckie Ninness,
a sophomore of Chi Omega. Miss
Ninness will work with IFC on the
event. She is also responsible for
planning Panhel Tea and the pres-
ident's conference at Fresh Air
Camp and workshop.
Helping to revise Panhel's Con-
stitution, Barbara Heider, a junior
of Alpha Xi Delta, fills the new of-
fice of parliamentarian.
Members of the Panhellenic
Board will visit Central Michigan
College at Mt. Pleasant in the near
future, where they will attend a
workshop on Panhel and hear how
its activities are carried on in oth-

er schools. Dean Sarah Healy will
accompany the board.
The Panhel Board represents all
affiliated women on campus and
is the governing body of the Pan-
hellenic Association. It is made up
of the seven senior members and
one associate member in charge
of public relations.
Junior Panhel has announced
its new officers as the following:
president, Debbie Townsend; vice-
president, Ginny Zinn; secretary,
Heather Hutchins and treasurer,
Gail Clark. Junior Panhel will hold
its usual meeting today at 4 p.m.
in the League. Members are re-
quested to attend.

DIANE DECKER

HARRIET STINSON

CARY HIGLEY

HELENE SIMON

Still time to enter

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What you have to do:
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particularize your big interest (e.g., fiction, fashion). Use
the October or November issue if August isn't available.
Give particulars on a separate sheet: name, class year, college
and home addresses, major and minor, extracurricular activities and
summer jobs, if any. All entries must be typewritten, mailed by
November 30. (Women undergrads regularly enrolled under 26
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Mail your entry (and a sample of your work, if you wish) to
College Editor
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Decker - AuWerter.
At dinner in the Kappa Delta
house on Nov. 5, the engagement
of Diane Decker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Decker of Mt.
Pleasant, to Russell AuWerter II,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Au-
Werter of Huntington Woods, was
announced.
Miss Decker is a senior in the
literary college, majoring in Eng-
lish. She is an associate editor of
The Daily, a member of Scroll, and
on the Young Republican execu-
tive board.
Mr. AuWerter II is a senior in
the literary college, also majoring
in English. He is a transfer from
Albion College. He is a member of
Delta Tau Delta, and a former as-
sistant night editor of The Daily.
The wedding will take place on
Jan. 28, 1954, and the couple plan
to make their home in Ann Arbor
until graduation.
Stinson - Meacd
The engagement of Harriet V.
Stinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Willis D. Stinson of San Marino,
California, to Milton E. Mead, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Mead
of Bay City, was recently an-
nounced.
Corbett - Salmon
The wedding of Bette Corbett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Knee-
shaw of Arlington, New Jersey,
and Charles Salmon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Salmon of De-
troit, was performed Sept. 12, in
the First Presyterian Church in
Ann Arbor.
.Mrs. Salmon is a June graduate
from the School of Education, and
affiliated with Kappa Delta.
Mr. Salmon graduated in 1952
Gulantics
Gulantics tryouts will be held
beginning at 4 p.m.-this after-
noon in the Union. Appoint-
ments may be made by calling
Joyce Clements at NO 2-5675.

SOPHIA FEDONIS

with a bachelor's degree in civil
engineering, and he is presently
completing work for a master's de-
gree in civil engineering. He is a
member of Tau Beta Pi and Chi
Epsilon.
Fedonis - Gemolas
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fedonis of
Pontiac have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, So-
phia, to Nicholas D. Gemolas, son
of Mrs. Gemolas of Detroit.
Miss Fedonis is a senior in the
School of Music.
Mr. Gemolas attended Adrian

BARBARA PAAPE
College, and is now serving in the
United States Marine Corps.
A July wedding is planned by
the couple.
* * *
Spencer - Paape
On October 24 at the University
Lutheran. Chapel in Ann Arbor,
Barbara Jane Spencer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Spencer
of Arlington, Massachusetts, be-
came the bride of Dale Paape, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paape of
Eau Clair, Wisconsin, in a double
ring ceremony.
Mrs. Spencer is a senior in the
literary college, and Mr. Spencer
is a senior in the College of Archi-
tecture. He is also a member of
Alpha Rho Chi.
The couple took a wedding trip
to Glen Lake in Glen Arbor, and
after graduation will take up res-
idence in Dearborn.
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Simon - Wolff
'The engagement of Helene Myr-
na Simon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Simon of Gary, Indi-

ana, to Michael Field Wolff, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Wolff
of New York City, was recently an-
nounced.
Miss Simon is a senior in the
English Honors program. She is
Associate Editor of The Daily, and
a member of Senior Society.
Mr. Wolff is a senior in the lit-
erary college, majoring in phy-
sics. He is a member of Druids,
and Associate City Editor of The
Daily.
Miss Simon has won an Avery
and Julie Hopwood award in essay,
while Mr. Wolff has won a similiar
award in poetry.
No definite wedding date has
been set by the couple.
* * *
Higley - Straffon
On October 25 the engagement
of Cary Arden Higley, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Higley of
Shaker Heights, Ohio, to Dr. Ralph
Atwood Straffon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd A. Straffon of Cros-
well, was announced.
Miss Higley will graduate from
the School of Nursing in January
and is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
Dr. Straffon is a graduate of the
Literary College and the Medical
School, and he is affiliated with
Nu Sigma Nu. In 1945, 1948, 1949,
he was a member of the varsity
football team. At present he is an
interne at University Hospital.
The couple is planning a Feb-
ruary wedding.
Soph Cab
Members of the following
Soph Cab committees will meet
tomorrow: 3 p.m., special
booths, ushering, stunts; 7:30
p.m., costumes and decorations.
The central committee requests
attendance at these meetings.
Room numbers will be posted.

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Concert Tickets
Tickets for the combined con-
cert between the University and
Ohio State University Men's
Glee Clubs to be held at 8:30
p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditor-
ium, priced at 90 cents, $1.50
and $2.20 are on sale from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. for the remainder
of the week, in the box office of
Hill Auditorium.

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