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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1954
Women's
Athletic
Association
Highlighting the school year by
the new sale of Michigan blazers,
' available to all University women,
the Women's Athletic Association
undertook the sponsorship of
Michigras as another important
project.
OFFICERS
Marian Swanson, '54, President.
Gretchen Meier, '54, Vice-Presi-
dent.
Carol Giddings, '54Ed., Vice-
President.
Phyllis Peterson, '54, Co-Recre-
ational Chairman.
Margaret Penney, '54Ed., Sec-
retary.
Louise Tracy, '56, Treasurer.
June Miekka, '54, A.F.C.W. Rep-
resentative.
Sally Fernamberg, '55, Tourna-
ment Manager.
Barbara Hill, '54Ed., Sorority
Manager.
Gloria Strutz, '54, Dormitory
S Manager.
Joan Merrill, '55, League House
Manager.
Rosalind Shlimovitz, '55, Daily
Publicity.
Lois Grabill, '55Ed., Public Rela-
tions.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Regents Scholarships

Maintained
Douglas Clark Long, Norman Cur-
tis Lund E, Rodney 1. MacDon-
ald, Esther Mae McGlothlin, SM,
Robert Jean MacGregor.
Lawrence Riedling Mack, E, Sal-
ly Ann MacKenzie, SN, Patricia Lu
Mallet, SM, Robert Neville Mann,
BAd, Monte K. Marshall, ShirleyI
Ann Mason, Ed, Julia Lee Mead,
SN, Milton Erwin Mead, Donald'
Kaye Meikle, E, Gloria Ellen Mey-
ers, June E. Miekka, Doreen K.
Millman, Ed, Phylis Jean Moats,1
SM, George Ernest Montgomery,

by 200
William D. Munroe, Jr., SM, Pat-
ricia Marie Murphy, Jocelyn Mur-
ray, Roy E. Nowak, BAd, George
H. O'Dell, Arthur Hadley Osborn,
Beverly Anne Pack, William Fran-'
cis Palluth, E , Mario Paparella,
Clayton Riley Parcels. Margaret
Anne Penney, Ed, Donald R. Peter-
son, Ed, Patricia Ann Pierson, Ed, '
Margaret Ann Plumton, Fabian
Polcyn, E, Ralph Urban Price,
A&D, Iris Pumroy Flynn, BAd, Vir-
ginia Anne Quiatt.
Joseph Franklin Redfield, Billie
Joan Reed, Dhy, Robert E. Reid,;
Nancy Marie Rein, Sandra J. Rey-
nolds, Ed, Charles H. Rhodes,
Shirley Jean Robinson, Mona
Louise Roesner, Ph, Mary Kath-
ryn Rogers, Roberta E. Ross, A&D,
Eunice Elaine Ruff. SM, Carol
Francis Rush, Ruth Patricia Rus-
sell, Carl Joseph Sarnacki, James

Union

Sees

Expansion,
Betterment

--Daily-Don Campbell

-Daily--Chuck Kelsey
LATE LIGHTS-Electricity -burns far into the early morning
at the Student Publications Bldg., where student staff mem-
bert work nightly as well as daily on their positions.

Presses Roll To Year of Success

Arthur Schaefer, E*, Donald S.
Breaking ground in July, the Schmitz, BAd, Barbara Ellen Scho-
Michigan Union will begin con- eck, SN, Larry David Schultz, Mar-x
struction on the $2,250,000 ad- tha Romayne Seger, BAd, Joan
dition to the present building, Semegen, Ed, Verla Rae Shaull,
Included in this expansion pro- SN, Margaret M. Shepard, Shirley
gram will be new kitchen facili- Marie Siler, Rose Marie Simonton,
ties, an extended cafeteria, a new A&D, Samuel Siporin, Audrey Yon-
and larger snack bar, and a tap landa Smedley, Mary Elizabeth
room extension for mixed groups Smith, Roger John Smith, E,
which will be similiar to the Louise Snider, Joan Coreen Spol-
round-up room in the Women's yar, Ed, Thomas Theron Staple-
League. Also, a three-story stair- ton, John Edwin Steinhelper Jr.
wall containing many rooms for Irving Jerome Stewart, E, Gloria
piano playing and music listening Marie Strutz, Harold Ernest Sur-
will be constructed. It is planned face, E*, Donald Oscar Swanson,
that more will be added to this NR, Shirley A. Swinson, Pr.
part of the building in the future. Phyllis Mary Thombs, Suzanne
* * . Trometer, Gladys Carol VanAsselt,
ALSO along construction lines, SM, Joseph Uhrich, Ed, Paul Ed-i
the lobby in the Union was re- ward VanCleve, E*, Eric William
modeled. New desks were installed Vetter, Priscilla A. Wass, Ronald
and office space provided. Emmett West, E, Edyth Louise
Wiard, SN, Roger H. Willoughby,
The Union sponsored many BAd, Ronald Gene Witt, Charlotte
activities on campus during the Verona Wolfe, SN, Delores Jean
year. Gulantics, The Union Wood, SN, Stanley Mitchell Wynn,
Opera, and the Little Club are j Joseph Gerald Yope, E, Richard
probably the Union's largest 1 Emerson Young.

Occupied regularly by its hun-
dreds of staff members, editors
and employees from early morn-
ing until two or three the next1
day, the Student Publications
Building witnessed the continued
success of its productions.!
The Daily won its chief acclaim
during the year in a typography
award given by the Inland Press
Association at a Chicago meeting.
Several new series of articles and
editorials punctuated the custom-
ary year-round coverage of cam-
pus, national and world affairs.
Presses served double time in
February when the Ypsilanti Press
building burned down and moved
to use Daily facilities.!
GARGOYLE AND Generation
staffs shared an office in the
building, providing humor and
more intellectual fare for campus
readers at quarterly intervals.
Adding a long-playing record
of the year's activities and mak-
Ing several other innovations in
its format, the Michiganensian
put in its time with customary
efficiency.
Technic, engineering students'
magazine, found its way as usual1

Bill Wise, '55BAd, Local Adver-
tising Manager
Gail Cohen, '56, Local Advertis-
ing Assistant Manager
Stu Lerman, '56, Local Advertis-
ing Assistant Manager
Lois Binetsky, '56, Classified Ad-
vertising Manager
Sue Blau, '56, Classified Adver-
tising Assistant Manager
Lois Pollak, '55, National Adver-
tising Manager
Dorothy Goldman, '56, Promo-
tions Assistant Manager
Ken Rogat, '56, Promotions As-
sistant Manager
Jim Mills, '55, Layout Manager
Pete Cooper, '56, Layout Assist-
ant Manager
Jim Bogdan, '54, Display Ac-
counts Manager
I Bob Ilgenfritz, '56E, Display Ac-
counts Assistant Manager
Mary Jean Monkoski, '55BAd,
Subscription Accounts Manager
Donna Green, '56, Subscription
Accounts Assistant Manager
Gargoyle
Laurence Pike, '54, Managing
Editor
David Kessel, Grad, Associate
Editor
Leila Deutsch, '54 A&D, Art Edi-

Generation

Alton Becker, '54, Managing Edi-
tor
Ruth Stinson, Associate Editor
William Holtz, '54, Fiction Edi-
tor
Tom Arp, '54, Drama Editor
Ruth Misheloff, '56, Poetry E'
tor
'Ensian
Robert Schrayer, '54, Managing
Editor
Maureen Sweeny, '54, Associate
Editor
Vonda Genda, '54, Associate Edi-
tor
Jeffery Pemberton, '54, Photp-
grapher
Robert Wells, '54, Business Man-
ager
Paul Geiger, '55, General Sales
Manager
Carolyn Call, '54BAd, Office
Manager
Sally Habermann, '54, Accounts
Manager
Kenneth Perkins, '55BAd, Ad-
vertising Manager
JUNIOR EDITORS
Betty Dettling, '54, Organiza-
tions Editor
Max Bergman, '55, Assistant Or-
ganizations Editor
Mike Montgomery, '55, Schools
and Colleges Editor
Etta Lubke, '55, Features Editor
Pat Marx, '55, House Groups
Editor
Virginia Pike, '54, Copy Editor
Mary Cross, '56, Assistant Copy.
Editor
Jean McCaskey, '56, Assistant
Copy Editor
Jack Pierce, '55, Sports Editor
Joel Kaplan, '55, Assistant
Sports Editor

sponsored activities. --- --
For the aid and entertainment Galensj
of students, the Union providedj
the Faculty Administration Con- OFFICERS
Terence for Students, the "M''
ferece or tudetsthe"M" Brian McCabe, ,54M, President,
Handbook, "U" Day, Travel Serv- George Porretta, '54M, Vice-Presi-
ice, theater trips to Detroit, Jazz dent, Clyde Spencer, '54, Secre-
' Concerts in the Union Ballroom, Itar, Shattuck Hartwel, '54M,
the Union-League Calendar, and !Treasurer.
Hatcher Open Houses. Such fea- T * ,
ture as the Art and Photography MEMBERS
Contests were also given. Mark Ardis '55M, David Ausum
Headig the Unon were the '54M. Kenneth Averill '55M,
following officers:
Senior Officers Charles Birdsall '55M, Jack Court,
Jy Strkl '54, Predent Roy Goethe '55M, Seymour Gor-
iiayp richer, '54, Exesicti don '54M, Milton Green '55M, John
ecrear sheim,54,Executive Hallitt '55M, Christian Helmus
V s'55M, David Jahsman '55M, Mar-
William VantHof, '54L vin Lubeck '55M, James Poppy,
Gerald Gleich, '56M Howard Postma, Reginald Pugh
Sabato Alfieri, '54A&D '55M, Paul Roberts, Wilbur Snider,
Robert E. Baker, '55L 55M, Mortimer Weisman '55M,
HarryBlum '54.Ad.Arthur Weston '54M, John Wil-
Harry Blum, '54B.Ad. am '4M
William Libby, '54NR Hams'54M,
Howard Nemerovski, '54E --
Executive Council A-
Stanley J. Leiken, '55 A nniversary
Santo Ponticello, '55E
David M. Smith, '56 Year Passes
Louis J. Slavin, '55
Stanley P. Bohrer, '54 The past year has been one of
Bertram M. Shapero, '55 significant anniversary celebra-
Richard L. Pinkerton, '55 tions for many departments of
Thomas M. Leopold, '55 the University.
John S. Munn, '54E On June 3. 1953 the 50th anni-

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A LANDMARR GOES DOWN-Student Legislature's home was
slowly demolished this spring, paving way for the new addition
to the Union. SL offices moved to various temporary head-
quarters in the meantime.
Student Legislature's Work
During Past Year Reviewed
Because of the Union building L
addition, Student Legislature has Larry Levine, '56
had to move its offices three times Stan Levy, '55
this year. New locations of SL Leah Marks, '55L
first included the Student Publica- Donna Netzer, '56
tions Building, then the Union, Robert Neary, '56 Ad,
and finally the Quonset Huts on Janet Netzer, '54
the Bast side of campus. Ruth Rosner, '55
During elections a provision for Anne Schmitz, '54
the new constitution was passed Dennis Sills, '56
by the students, which vzould place Ned Simon, '55
a 25 cent tax cn all students in Wilbur Wright, '55
this university. The Student Af- JoAnne Yates, '56
fairs Committee alco passed this Herb Zimmerman, '56
provision. Imre Zweibel, '54
* * * ______ _
NO DECISION was reached a-
bout the driving ban proposal dur- oint udiCiary
ing this year's session of SL. How- Cou il
ever, several worthwhile activities
have been undertaken by the Joint Judiciary Council ended
Student Legislature, among these the year by offering its services to
the s'ponsoring of Academic Free-atetrbharg its sco
dom Week. Older movies of the any student charged with miscon-
best quality provided enjoyment before an investigating committee,
for students through the SL spon- and decided not to release names
sored Cinema Guild,
of offenders to the press.
A total of $12,700 has been re- Members this year were:
ceived from the student book Lee Fiber, '54, Chairman
exchange which was set Ap by Jim Smith, 54L
ths administration. The book Tawflg Khoury, '55E
exch nge is a non-profit activ- Riedi Gingrass, '54
ity. Also a Student Uiscount Roger Wilkins, '56L
Service waz established by the Norman Giddan, '55
SL this year. Jean Bromfield, '55
Members who comprised the Lucy Landers, '55
Student Legislature thi year were Janet Rutherford, '55
the fllowig: 1Audrey Rosin, '55
the following: .
CABINET,,--" *
Robert Neary '54 B.Ad. PresidentSCOTtT o G ive'
Fred Hicks, '54 Vice-President
Steve Jelin, '55 Treasurer Dictionaries
Ru h Rossner, '55 Recording
Secretary
Leah Marks, '55L Corresponding Chosen for "excellence in aca-
Secretary demic achievement and evidence
Ned Simon, '55 Member-at- of useful citizenship," 31 graduat-
Large ing seniors will receive Oreon H.
Janet 7c tzer, '54 Member-at- Scott Awards at a ceremony be-
Large tween 2 and 4 p.m. today in Alum-
ni Memorial Hall.
COMMITTEE HEADS Scott, a University alumnus,
Hank Berliner, '56 Campus will be present along with several
Action representatives of the administra-
Larry Harris, '5 Culture and tion and faculty, to autograph the
Education students' awards, in the form of
Tom Bleha, '53 Human Rela- dictionaries, after the formal pres-
tions entations are made.
Wilbur Wright, '55 International * * *
Relations THE DICTIONARIES will be
Marc Jacobson, '55 Public Re- presented with each student's
lations name printed inside, with an ap-
Dick Mackenzie, '55 Intercollegi- propriate inscription.
ate Relations This year's Scott award win-
ners include eight students from
MEMBERSHIP the field of humanities, 14 who
Lee Abrams, '55 have concentrated in various
Barbara Backlar, '56 phases of science, and nine who
Hank Berliner, '56 have majored in social science
Tom Bleha, '56 studies.
Jackie Boggan, '55Ed. A member of the class of 1894,
Bob Chigrinsky, "55 Scott, whose home is in St. Louis,
Mort Cox, '56 Mo., is a noted realtor, investment
George Denison, '57 banker and lawyer.
Paul Dormont, '55 He has been a member of the
Bill Duffy, '55 University Alumni Advisory Coun-
Carl Eckert, '55 cil, and was president of his Law
Steve Jelin, '55 School class in 1894, and is active
Sue Klame, '55 Iin the St. Louis chapter of the
Bob Leacock, '57 Alumni Association.

Active Year
Recollected
By League
A year-round gathering-place
for many of the women hon-
ored at today's Convocation,
the League began the year by re-
vamping its organizational struc-
ture.
The obsolete Board of Represen-
tatives was replaced by the new
Women's Senate, divided into
three committees: Culture and
Education, Rules and Regulations
and League Evaluation.
ACCOMPLISHING first the dis-
tribution and compiling of a ques-
tionnaire sent to all women on
campus, the Senate found that the
majority were in favor of present
closing hours. The questionnaire
dealt also with late permission
problems and participation in
League facilities and activities.
Other innovations this year
were "Keys to the Future," the
first League-sponsored career
conference; dedication of the
Barbara Little Listening Rooms;
the League Secretariat, a train-
ing program for officers, and
participation in the Student Ac-
tivities Building project and the
Big Ten Union Board conven-
tions and conferences.
This has also been a trial year
for the new League constitution,
with additional briefs presented
for the reorganization of the Stu-
dent Affairs Committee.
Governing the League's affairs
was the Women's League Council.
Executive Board members have
been:
Susan Riggs, '54, President
Ann Plumton, '54, Vice-Presi-
dent
Nancy Rein, '54, Secretary
Iris Pumroy, '54BAd., Treasurer
Barbara Bos, '54Ed, Chairman
of Women's Judiciary Council
Katie Wakeman, '54Ed, Chair-
man of Interviewing and Nomi-
nating.
Administrative Committee
Chairmen, in charge of projects
and subdivision activities, were:
Margaret Carter, '54
Joyce Clements, '54
Joan Kleinpell, '54
Barbara Meier, '54
Phyllis Peterson, '54
Eileen Schulak, '5 5
Betsy Smith, 'rte
Sue Spurer, '54
Sarah Weed, '54
Letters Given
U Athletes
(Continued from Page 1)
SWIMMING
Charles Bates, '56; Thomas Ben-
ner, '55E; John Chase, '54; John
Delaney, '56; Peter Dow, '55BAd.;
Donald Ferguson, '54BAd.; Ronald
? Gora, '55Ed.; Donald Hill, '54BAd.;
Burwell Jones, '55; Robert Knox,
'56; Donald Potter, '55; Lawrason
Thomas, '56E; James Walters,
?55E, John Wardrop, '57; Robert
Wardrop, '57; and Barrett Way-
burn, '54BAd.
* * '*
TRACK
William Barton, '54BAd.; Van
Bruner, '53A&D; John Carroll,
'54BAd.; Roy Christiansen, '54;
Ross Coates, '55A&D; Geoffrey
Dooley, '55; Robert Evans, '53;
George Hammond,,'54BAd.; Dald
Heinzman, '54; Daniel Hickman,
'53; Joseph LaRue, '53BAd.; James
Love, '55; George Lynch, '54Ed;
Roger Maugh, '54E; Milton Mead,
'54; William Michaels, '54; John

Moule, '55NR; Fritz Nilsson,
'54Ed.; Terry Nulf, '53BAd.; Roy
Pella, '54BAd.; Allan Rankin, '53
Ed.; John Ross, '54; Grant
Scruggs, '55; Junior Stielstra, '55;
David Stinson, '54Ed.; and John
Vallortigara, '55.
BASEBALL
Bill Billings, '53Ed.; . Daniel
Cline, '55; John Corbett, '54BAd.;
Donald Eaddy, '55Ed.; Paul Fan-
cher, '53E.; Gerald Harrington, '53
BAd.; Bruce Haynam, '53E; Frank
Howell, '53; Richard Leach, '54Ed.;
Paul Lepley, '55Ed.; William Mogk,
'53Ed.; Raymond Pavichevich, '54
Ed.; Jack Ritter ,'55Ed.; Gil Sa-
buco, '53; Garabed Tadian, '54;
Marvin Wisniewski, '56; Robert
Woschitz, '54E; and Richard Yir-
kosky, '54.

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to the desks and collections ofor
most engineering students and fa-
culty as well as to other sources all aes
over the country. ager
David Davies, '55E, Assistant
The D ily "Lauresnce H.a Sctt, '55, Associate
Art Editor
EDITORIAL STAFF Norman Giddan, '55, Advertising
SENIOR EDITORS Manager

Harry Lunn, '54, Managing
tor
Eric Vetter, '54, City Editor
Virginia Voss, '54, Editorial
rector r
Michael Wolff, '54, Assoc
City Editor
Alice B. Silver, '54, Asso
Editorial Director
Diane D. AuWerter, '54, A
ciate Editor
Helene Simon, '54, Assoc
Ykditoro
NIGHT EDITORS
Becky Conrad, '55
Gayle Greene, '55
Gene Hartwig, '55
Dorothy Myers, '55
Frances S. Reader, '55
Mark Reader, '54
Pat Roelofs, '55
} Jon Sobeloff, '55
Nan Swinehart, '55
ASSISTANT NIGHT EDITO
Joel Berger, '55
Debra Durchslag, '56
Jim Dygert, '56
Wally Eberhard, 55
Murry Frymer, '56
Jane Howard, '56
Paul Ladas, '56
Arlene Liss, '56
SPORTS STAFF
Ivan N. Kaye, '54, Editor
Paul Greenberg, '54, Assoc
Editor
NIGHT EDITORS

Edi-
Technic
Di- Robert Constant, '55E, Editor
Lawrence Mack, '54E, Business
diate Manager
Charles Stickels, '55E, Manager
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University Bands

versary of the teaching of actuar-
ial science in the United States
was observed. Many prominent

Arnold AirSociety j
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OFFICERS
Robertson Augustine '55, Clif- Grad., George Dutter '54BAd.,'
ford Schutz '56E, Arthur Wynne i Richard Fiegel '55, William Fisher
S'5BAd., Edmund Swanson '55, Al- '55E, John Fortenberry '54, Peter
fred Edmrt '5SF.Fuss '55E, George Glass '55E, Don-y
fred Ewert 55E. ' ald Goo '57A&D, Norman Harbertf
MEMBERS '56E, John Harlan '55E. Joe Jeff-
Harry Anderson '55E, John Baity ries '7Med, Williard Ikalo '4Ed,j
'55, Williard Beard '55E, Jerald Mickey Karimoto '55, Douglas Kel-
Bilik '55SM, Van Bruner '54A&D, ly '55E, Richard Kohn '54, StewartI
Barton Cowan '55, Patric DiBar- K'rakover '55NR, Leonard Kujawa
tolomed '54A&D, John Dudd, ; '54BAd, Edward Leland '54, Nils,
! Lou '54A&D, Williom McArthur
'55E C. A. Mitts '54, John Munn
Senior Board '54E, Richard Pinkerton '55, Larry
Pfeiffer '55NR, Philip Rice '54E,
Senior Board, composed of of- Douglas Robinson .'55E, Jerome
ficers of all the University's Schostak '55BAd., Philip Sears '55
schools, climaxed the year with a BAd., Tom Shannon '55, William
stand on the prejudice situation in Smith, Conrad Stolzenbach, Grad.,
r ref ernece to 'alumni clubs and Howard Thiele '55L, Robert Tuck
speakers. - '55, Richard Warren, Grad., Alan
Other projects were the im- Whitfield '55E, Richard Yirkosky
provement of senior football seat- '54,Joseph Yope '54E.

Although the Uybands alumni were present to celebrate
concentrate their activities on the occasion.
football season and symphonic per-
formances, a staff of band mem- IN THE FIRST part of Octo-
bers is required for the year- ber was celebrated the 50th an-
around organizational duties. niversary of the first regular
Leading the 11-member group course in forestry in the United
of officers are: States, taught originally at the
Charles Hollis, Grad.. Business University.
Manager Most colorful of the anniver-
Robert Whitacre, '54SM, Equip- saries was the centennial cele-
ment Manager bration of the College of Engi-
Robert Stakenas, Grad., Librar- neering, on October 23 and 24.
ian. A special faculty committee has
been appointed to study the col-
Students lege's present program in rela-
tion to the needs of the pro-
Of the students honored at to- fession of engineering,
day's convocation, the great ma- Also in connection with the Col-
jority are enrolled in the Literary lege of Engineering's 100th birth-
College. day, the North Campus of the
Average grades of 3.5 by fewer University witnessed the dedica-
numbers of students in Engineer- tion of the Cooley Memorial Lab-
ing, Music, Education, Architec- oratory, which houses some of the
ture and Design, Business Admin- college's most important facili-
istration and Nursing, ties,

Many Students Active in Campus Club Program

I ing and success in winning a "free
day" before final examinations.

Dave Baad, '56 Presidents of the senior classes
Ken Copp, '55 are:
Phil Douglis, '56 John Black, Education
Hanley Gurwin, '55 Martha Cecil, Nursing
Dave Livingston, '55 Michael Scherer, Literary
Warren Wertheimer, '55 Sanford Robertson, Business Ad-
WOMEN'S STAFF minisration
Marilyn Campbell, '54, Women's! Marilyn Jakus, Pharmacy
Editoro Howard Nemorovski, Engineer-
Kathy Zeisler, '54, Assistant Edi- ing
tor Sandra Whittington, Dental Hy-

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T eacher Club
Meets Today

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JAPANESE STUDENTS' CLUB
GOTHIC FILM SOCIETY-Wil- -Yukihisa Suzuki, '54-fall; To-
liam Wiegand, grad--fall. moaki Iye, '55-spring.

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GRADUATE HISTORY CLUB- JOURNALISM CLUB-James J.F
Assembling today in Ann Arbor Vincent A. Vis, grad-spring. I Brady, '55 * and Jack C. Neal, '54.*
for its 88th meeting, the Michigan GRADUATE STUDENT COUN- KAPPA PHI-Carol F. Rush, '54'
Schoolmasters' Club will, by tra- CIL-Chester R. Leathers, grad * -fall.
dition, center its activities aroundK
the Honors Convocation. HAWAII CLUB-Ronald Y. Lee, wKINDAI NIPPON KENYU KAI
Educators from high schools grad-fall; Raymond Tam, grad- -John F. Plummer, grad
Euaosfo hihshosspring. LES VOYAGEURS - John P.
and junior colleges throughout the
state comprise the Club. At manyI HILLEL FOUNDATION-Daniel McArdle, '54NR-spring.
previous Convocations they have Fogel, '54Ed - LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSO-
witnessed the awarding of high INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CHE- CIATION-Calvin D. Kuder, '54

NEWMAN CLUB - Anthony ENGINEERS- R ichard D. Ken-
Steimle, grad * dall, '55E *
ORTHODOX STUDENTS' SO- SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL STU-
CIETY-James A. Bogdan, '54 * DENTS-Alan D. Dawson, grad *
PAKISTAN STUDENTS' ASSO- SOCIETY OF MEDICAL TECH-
CIATION-M. Sulaiman Kakli, NOLOGISTS-June Miekka, '54-
grad * spring.
PHILIPPINE -MICHIGAN CLUB 1STUDENT PLAYERS-James .
-NelonE- HIsagra CBrodhead, '54 *
-Nelson M. isada, grad * STUDENTS FOR DEMOCRA-
PUBLIC HEALTH CLUB-Dr. TIC ACTION-David J. Kornbluh,
Allen T. Willis, grad 54 *
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-Donald STUDENT LEAGUE FOR IN-
A. Jabury, '54 * DUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY - Ar-

odore N. Ferdinand, grad-fall.
WESLEYAN GUILD-Milton X
Mead, '54 *
WESTMINSTER GUILD-Mari'
C. Hutchins, '54Mu *
WOLVERINE CLUB-Robert J.
Golten, "54 *
WOMANS ATHLETIC ASSOCI-
ATION-Marian J. Swanson, '54-
fall.
WOMAN'S 1HYSICAL EDUCA-
TION CLUB-Barbara J. Bos, '54
Ed *
WORLD UNIVERSITY SERV-

NIGHT EDITORS
Roz Shlimovitz, '55
4anet Smith, '56
Pamela Smith, '55

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Robert McGrath, Music.'
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