Y SAT"URDA"Y, APRIL 17, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1954 THE MICIGN AIYPE V'
Pool Dedication Slated for Today
To Be Held
At Lane Hal
Hectorians Honor Senior Fraternity Leaders
Michifish To Give
Of Water Ballet
Michifish, WAA swimming club,
will present the firstaperformance
of their water show at the formal
dedication of the new women's
pool at 2 p.m. today.
Because attendance at this cer-
emony is by invitation only, the
group will repeat the show for the
entire campus. Taking the place
of their annual spring program,
Michifish members will perform at
4 p.m. today and at 3 and 5 p.m.
TICKETS fo the shows are free
and are still available at the pool.
With the theme of the show
remaining secret until the first
production, some of the music
has been revealed.
"Waltzing Bugle Boy," a large
group number, is under the direc-
tion of Cindy Camp, while the
"Parade of the Clowns" is under
Marian Charvat's leadership.
"TALES from the Vienna
Woods," "La Mer," Kangaroo,"
"Biaha" and "Surrey with the
Fringe on Top" will also be work-
ed into the water routines.
Donna Hoffman has written
MICHIFISH REVIEW-Members of Michifish are shown rehears-
ing for the first performance of their water show, which will be
presented at the formal dedication of the new women's pool at
2 p.m. today. Additional performances will be given at 4 p.m. today
and at 3 and 5 p.m. tomorrow.
the narration for the water
show. Marion Swanson, this
year's president of the Women's
Athletic Association, will intro-
duce the performance. -
dedication will the unveiling Qf
a portrait of Dr. Margaret Bell,
head of the Women's Physical
Education Department, by Mrs.
Lola Hanavan, chairman of the
Also on the program for the I Alumnae Committee of the pool.
Exhibition To Include
Over Thirty Pictures
By Korean Art Student
Students will have an opportuni-
ty to view the art work of a fel-
low student who hails from the
Far East during an exhibit sched-
uled to begin Monday in Lane
Displayed will be the work of
Bong-yol Yang, a graduate stu-
dent in the College of Architecture
and Design and a native of Korea.
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OVER 30 pictures, all done by
Yang, will be hung in the library
and the lobby of Lane Hall. The
biulding is open from 8 a.m. to 10
p.m. every day, including Sunday.
Among the selections to be
displayed will be 14 oil paintings,
12 lithographs and six etchings.
Including scenes painted in
Florida, a number of the paintings
feature land scapes. Among the ti-
tles in this category are "In the
Everglades," "Mangrove Trees"
ALSO AMONG the prints to be
exhibited are "Autumn Song,"
"Pond," "Mother and Child" and
"Still Life." Additional pictures
Yang has entitled "Figure,"
"Crane" and "Weaver."
One of the highest priced pic-
tures included in the display is
"They All Make Their Own
Yang held a similar display at
Lane Hall last year. This spring's
showing, however, will feature
many pictures painted since that
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THE REMAINDER of the show
will be composed of some of the
pictures that were not available
last year, since they were being
displayed in New York City.
Although a native of Korea,
Yang takes the themes for his
art from the life of the Western
Aside from several exhibits in
New York City, Yang's work has
also been featured at shows in
Miami, Florida. His talents have
also been displayed at several na-
tional art exhibitions.
The exhibit, open free of charge
to any interested student or towns
person, will continue through Sat-
urday, May 15.
One of the newest honorary so-
cieties on campus, the Hectorians,
came into being last December
through the efforts of seven fra-
The society was founded to hon-
or senior affiliated men who have
shown exceptional leadership, and
service in the fraternity system.
Service in organizations outside
fraternity activities is not consid-
ered in electing members.
THE NAME of the society is
based on the Trojan warrior Hec-
tor, who stood for leadership and
high ideals. Hector's chariot forms
the main portion of the pin worn
by the members. This Greek char-
iot is crossed by a gavel, represent-
ing fraternity leadership.
First among the purposes of
the Hectorians is to recognize
men who have attained a high
standard of efficiency in lead-
ership in the fratenity system
and to inspire others to strive for
attainment in this area.
The seven founders also wanted
to bring together the men display-
ing outstanding interest in the
fraternity system at the Univers-
ity and thus create an organiza-
tion to promote cooperation and
service among these men, with the
aim of aiding the IFC and fra-
ternities in general.
AFTER organizing the society
and writing its constitution, the
founders tapped'nine new members
at a ceremony held in February.
The majority of the membership
was selected from three sources--
the fraternity presidents, the IFC
officers and the Executive Council
of the IFC.
Consisting of not more than
20 members and not less than
12, tapping for the society will
be twice a year. Electing a small
class.in the spring and a large
one in the fall, men will be tap-
ped when they are second se-
mester juniors or first semester
Although the first tapping was
held during dinner, beginning next
fall the colorful ceremony will be
conducted at night. The following
day at noon the ritual will be re-
peated at some symbolic spot to
be chosen on campus.
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ACCORDING to the constitution
of the group, no hazing of any sort
is allowed, since this is against the
best fraternity ideals.
Members are officially install-
ed at the installation dinner,
when presentation of the pin
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on Construction of their New Pool.
The Hectorians meet every two
weeks at the IFC Chambers in the
Union, in order to discuss projects
and plans. Currently, work is be-
ing done on gathering an alumni
file of all Michigan fraternity men.
THE MEN will also carry on
projects with the Salvation Army,
the Dunbar Community Center
and the University Hospital.
Also tapped for the group are
affiliated alumni of the Universi-
ty, who become honorary members.
One such member was selected in
February, when William Zerman,
counselor to fraternities and as-
sistaht to the dean, was elected to
Officers of the Hectorians in-
clude president John Buck and
secretary-treasurer Ralph Dwan.
Among the original seven foun-
ders are the two officers, plus Clif-
ford A. Mitts, Monte Marshall,
Stewart Mittenthal, Neal Vansel-
low and Dick Roth.
Tapped in February were Jack
Boyce, By West, Tom Tinker, Ken
Rice, Sam Siporin, Ken Cutler,
Hal Abrams, Harry Jones and
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