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May 23, 1954 - Image 5

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SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1954




League Announces Next Year's
..1 .1 .AI!

Dental Hygiene President
Active in Campus Activities



Next fall's women's orientation
Leaders have been announced by
the League, according to orienta-
tion chairman, Susan Fricker.
The following women will assist
freshmen nurses: Lillian Lampi-
nen, Barbara Barter, Joan Chi-
dester, Kathleen Wilson, Carol An-
derson, Marcia McIntyre, Beverly
Arnovitz, Nancy Bruneau, Joan
Lerner, Sara Truesdell, Judith
7 McGinley, Amelia Dustman, Anne
Reichart, Carol Fischer and Caro-
lyn Thomas.
) Others for nursing include Mary
Sue Fleming, Nancy Petricoff,
Shirley Maloney, Barbara Uebel,
Jane Germany, Mary Hoyt, Joan
Decker, Mary Winn, Virginia
Cooke, Paula Strong and Shirley
List Continues
Engineering leaders will be Mir-
iom Shlimovitz and Norma Ben-
nis; while freshmen going into
education will be assisted by Diana
Cook and Betty Jane Veres. Trans-
fer groups will be headed by Nan-
cy Bennet, Patricia Rupert, Betty
WAA Appointments
Cynthia Camp will hold the
managerial position in the new
WAA speed swimming club.
Jean Isaacson was appointed
modern dance club manager.

Hall, Mary Berinstein, Dorothy
Ham and Donna Westerlund.
Transfers in business adminis-
tration will look to Mary Jane
Grabill, Mary-Lou Porter and re-
serve Renata Hantel for help dur-
ing the first week of school, while
public health transfers will be as-
sisted by Margery Milks, Carolyn
Bryant and reserve Connie Shur-
Carol Cook and Margaret Ross
will look after pharmacy fresh-
men, and Anne Robinson, Pat
M~ooney and reserve Audrey Dor-
;tewitz will have the transfers.
Dental hygiene freshmen will be
led by Janet Mooney and Patricia
Marx, with Priscilla Miley, Julie
Bowles and reserves Emily Todd
and Beverly Wolf will assist the
In the School of Architecture
and Design, women orientation
leaders include Nancy Jacquette,
Judy Rankin, Dorothy Irwis and
Lynette Peters for freshmen, Vic-
toria Wehmeier and Barbara Mc-
Naught for transfers.
Music school freshmen leaders
include Paddy McBride, Sylvia
Schreiber, Doris Linton, Judy Hu-
2er, Janet Doggett, Katherine
Norman, Judie Shagrin, Carol
Cunningham, Katy Micou, Kath-
ryn Lucas, Frances Hauss and
Elizabeth Garland.

Anyone around the Dental
Clinic in the afternoons is likely
The following woe wl be to catch sight of a cheerful coed
orientation leaders for the literary busily engaged in cleaning some
college: Fredericka Loewenberg, patient's teethd
Lois Grabill, Patricia McGuigan, Little will he realize however,
Darlene Martenson, Audrey Mil- the extent of Sandra Whitting-
ler, Carol Murphy, Gail Murphy, ton's activities in addition to her
B e t t y Powell, Alice Robertson, classes and work in the clinic.
Beverly Ross, Darlene Sabo, Gret- As president of the School of
chen Schweizer, Mary Streib and Dental Hygiene, it is her job to
Charlotte Thomas. see that class projects are carried
Diane Willis, Ann Woodward, out.
Cynthia Krans, Jane Kohr, Elaine One of the projects she is pres-
Kihen, Edith Haffner, Sarah Bur- ently working on is the graduation
roughs, Dorothy Clarkson, Julie banquet next month. Miss Whit-
Flynn, Elaine Borkowski, Alice tington also planned the enter-
James, Ann Ochs, Ilyne Weisman, taining of the dental hygiene class
Ceci Ostrov and Gretchen Hult from the University of Detroit re-
are also on the list. cently, which she hopes will con-
The list continues with Nancy tinue as an annual event.
Pletta, Elaine Bice, Dianne Young, The dental hygiene school has
Ruth Cohen, Georgiana Davidson, two programs. Twenty two of the
Edith Kramer, Doris Ingraham, 43 in the class are on the degree
Kitty Crane, Marion Blakeslee, plan, which includes two years inf
Patricia Sarris, Roxanne Herrick, the literary college and two yearsc
Bernice Pericin, Elizabeth Baran- in dental hygiene for a Bachelore
ski, Elinor Plimac:, Nancy Schaff- of Science Degree. The others, in-
ner, Carol Foote, Janet Wormley, cluding Miss Whittington, are ont
Carolyn Predmore and Georgiana the two year plan which givesf
Clark. them a certificate in dental hy-
Others include Eleanore Hagler, giene.
Janet Rearick, Barbara McGrath, Decides Future in High School
Susan Seger, Dietlind Nixdorf,a
Shirley Lawson, Carolyn Ulrich, The busy senior who decided her
Barbara Jaworski, Jean' Under- future as a junior in high school
wood, Janet Malloy, Halen Jones, is also on the Dental School
Beverly Ashley, Meredith Hardy, Council, and hopes, with the sat-
Noreen Rupp and Margaret Heiz- isfactory end of State Board exam-
mann. inations, to work in a local den-
Additional Women Named tist's office in July, during the
Barbara Silverstein, Diane Kier- afternoons. She also hopes to be-
dorf, Sharon Kass, Barbara Hechtcome active in the Michigan Den-
Carole Fleck, Carol Sturm, Doro- tal Hygiene Association.
thy Watkins, June Walker, Claire In addition to working after-
Zimmerman, Marlene Davis, Pa- noons during the summer, she
tricia Dougherty, Mary Dingler, plans to attend the literary col-o
Joyce Reiben, Donna Wolcoff and secnas a sophoryo rcertificate.
Lillian Silverberg will guide fresh- Miss Whittington, who recently
men.. received her nursing cap with its
Literary college leaders contin- orchid-colored ribbon in a "cap-a
ue with Ilene Pavlove, Joan Ma- ping" ceremony, states she "lovesa
son, Cindy Gold, Cynthia Norton, to be in activities." A member of p
Nora Paselk,.Shirley Croog, Nancy Delta Delta Delta, she has during f
Masck, Nina Lask, Roberta Evans, the year been active in all of thef
Connie Butler, Margaret Phillips, house functions including sports,
Lois Steinberger, Patricia Pember-
ton, Ann McKinzie and Joan Feld- pledge- formals, Michigras, Lan-
tern Night and Homecoming.,
Not satisfied with this she is the
Additional women are Delores Tri Delta correspondent and help-
ed write a six-page article in then
Wheeler, Phyllis White, Sylvia sorority's national magazine. Sheh
Schwartz, Carol Kampner, Mary is also co-editor of their yearbook,
Crocker, Gretchen Streit, Susan The i
Chaffee, Maral Molyneaux, Mary Ai
Meckstroth, Alicia Tarrant, Jean- Active on Senior Board
ne Newell, Jocelyn Watt, Miki Eis- On the executive board of Sen- c
enberg, Janet Fildew, Ann Ellis, ior Board, she said "Senior Board t
Janet Walter and Mary Bloemen- is going to develop into something c
dal. very worthwhile. The campusg
University women leading trans- needs more coordination." b
fer groups next fall will be Dawn An Ann Arbor resident, she is a
Maine, Edith McClusky, Dorothy i
McElroy, Barbara Wood, Cathy
King, Nancy Kaser, Kat Frauen- I cV I
that, Lovea Jenks, Nancy Ingram a



Be a cool, cool beauty
in the new Summer vi


member of the Ann Arbor Girl's
Club. Her other activities have in-
cluded being an orientation lead-
er, member of the dance chorus in
the Junior Girl's Play and work-
ng as a waitress in the Union
for the past three years.
Announcing that her peeve was
"a person who puts cigarette
ashes on a plate instead of in an
ash tray," she cheerfully flicked
her cigarette into an appropriate
ash tray.
League To Offer
Volunteer Work
In Fall Program
Community Services Committee
of the League offers a variety of
opportunities for volunteer ser-
vices and paid positions.
The Committee is fairly new
and growing section of League
activities and controls the hos-
pital volunteer service, hostessing
or the speech clinic, waitressing
for the League and work in the
ield of veterans' rehabilitation.
Starting to branch out last year
under the guidance of Joan Klein-
Pell, the committee is headed by
Joan Hyman this year with-Carol
Downs as secretary. Charnya But-
man is directing the speech clinic
hostessing and Paula Limberg is
n charge of the League waitress-
ng and veterans' rehabilitation.
This committee gives University
oeds the opportunity to assist in
herapy work. Work at the speech
linic involves mingling with the
guests at five parties scheduled to
e held from October to December.
Veterans' rehabilitation work will
nclude dance programs, which
will be held weekly starting in
October. The committee cooper-
tes with the Union in all volun-
eer work.
The committee also controls sev-
ral types of paid positions in
he League which are available
o students. The League offers
ositions as regular and substi-
ute waitresses, desk work and
heck girls. Those interested
hould contact Mrs. Edith M.
Wheeler, League business man-
Coeds interested in the Univer-
ity volunteer service will be able
o indicate their preference on
he activities list that the League
sues every fall, followed by an
ppointment with Mrs. Andrea
Keyes at University Hospital. I

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Barbara Greenfield, Jocelyn Fein-
gold, Mary Poore, Suzanne Mc-
Cotter and Rebecca Stutesman.
To Help Transfer Groups
Adeline Ciavola, Lois Fennig,
Janet Smith, Nancy Johnston, Bet-
ty Jane Brown, Gail Wren, Mar-
gery Kenvin, Cynthia Conway, Ju-
dith Lough, Suzanne Gilbert, Al-
lene Widdis, Virginia Zieman and
Jean McCaskey will also lead
Other transfer leaders include
Grace Hallek, Nancy Allen, Sarah
Hayden, Nancy Swartz, Maryanne
Peltier, Elizabeth McDonald, Joan
Voss, Nancy Leffingwell and Fred-
ricka Haines.

aI ._ _7.


HILLEL-Old and new officers
and recently appointed members
of the Administrative Council of
Hillel will be honored at an in-
stallation brunch at 11 a.m. to-
day at the Hillel Foundation.
At 1:30 p.m. members will hold
a picnic with other college Hillelj
* * *
tory department will hold its an-
nual picnic for graduate students,
teaching fellows and professors
this afternoon at the home of
Prof. Benjamin Wheeler.



PHONE NO 2-2914

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