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TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1954



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Chairmen of Homecoming Dance Big Sisters'
J L.. ci.. ..i .Will Counsel


Announcea vy ctuaent Legisiature

Next year's Homecoming Dance
chairmen have been announced,
subject to approvel of S. L., spon-
sors of the annual event.
General chairman of the dance,
which will be held Saturday, Oc-
tober 23, after the Michigan-Min-
nesota "Little Brown Jug" game,
is Jay Martin. He will be assisted
by finance chairman, Vic Hamp-
ton ,and publicity chairmen, Al
Weisz and Herb Schneider.
In charge of programs and pa-
trons will be Betsy Sherrer, while
~' Bob Dombrowski will head the
committee for engaging a band to
play for the traditional dance.
Decorations will be handled by
Jane Kohr and Jim Goldberg, and
Danna Sommers is in charge of
the booths. Ticket sales will be
guided by Wayne Cooke, and Don-
na Hoffman will be responsible for
buildings and grounds.
The homecoming displays com-
mittee will be headed by Don Per-
ellin and Shirlie Diamond, assist-
ed by the administration.
The 1954 homecoming dance will
bring a weekend of reunions, dis-
plays and excitement to an end for
another year. The traditional
Michigan-Minnesota football
game, featuring the rivaled "Little
Brown Jug," has always been a
big weekend for University stu-
dents and alumni.
New committee members will
start work immediately on con-
tacting prospective bands and a
place on campus to hold the an-
nual ball, according to Martin.
Last year Claude Thornhill pro-
vided the music for "Black Cat
Ball," held' on Hallowe'en in the
Intra - mural Building. Ghosts,
skeletons and black cats helped to
give a general eerie atmosphere
In 1952, SL presented "Autumn
}.Nocturne," with Tommy Dorsey
Martin announced that there
will be a mass meeting of all those
interested in working on the event
in September.
Alpha Lambda Delta
New Alpha Lambda Delta
members may pick up their
membership certificates from
10 to 11 a.m. today and from
11 a.m. to noon and 2:15 to 3:15
p.,5 tomorrow in the League
Are You a Music Major?
Why not couple your
major with . . .
ICE has placed in attractive secretarial post-
!innis college girls whose music maior was
eoupled with secretarial skills acquired in
the 4 months' (Gregg) INTENSIVE SECRE-
TARIAL COURSE for college girls.
Start first Monday each month .
Bulletin T free-

New Coeds
Program of Activities
Planned for Women
By Assembly Board
"Guardian angels" aiming to
make it easier for freshmen coeds
to adjust to college life are the
upper class women who act as "big
sisters" in dormitories.
Under the auspices of Judy Leib,
big sister chairman of Assembly
Board, the program will be ex-
panded for the fall semester. Fu-
ture plans include sports tourna-
ments. On the tenniscourts and
baseball diamonds, new coeds will
havfe an opportunity to become
better acquainted. Competition in
ping pong and bowling too are
slated to put fun as well as work
into a freshman's first semester.
The new women's pool will be
utilized by the Big Sister Pro-
gram for swimming parties with
men's residence halls. Another new
aspect of coed recreation are the
picnics to be held in the fall.
Four Point Program Planned

We, the undersigned members of the staff of
the University of Michigan, wish to reaffirm at
this time our belief in free inquiry and the free
discussion of ideas as the foundation of the
academic community. We believe competence
should be the criterion for hiring and evaluating
faculty personnel, and that personal beliefs -
unless they are demonstrated to interfere with a
man's ability to study and teach objectively -
should not enter the evaluation. We do not feel
that the invocation of a right guaranteed every
citizen by the Constitution is grounds for firing.
We believe that the introduction of any such ex-
tra-professional criteria into the University could
have only harmful effects on the intellectual life
of the nation.

for next year's HomecomingL
thinking" for Saturday, October
Minnesota in the traditional gan
Donna Sommers, Jay Martin (
Sororities Elec
New ChapterF
Sororities have recently elected
their new officers for the coming
Delta Phi Epsilon has chosen
Shirley Baylis as its president and
Edith Schneiderman as social
chairman and vice-president. Sec-
retary will be Audrey Friedman,
while Ninion Block will collect
dues. Corresponding secretary will
be Nina Katz and Marcia Gelbert
is social chairman.
Dottie Philip will wield the gavel
at Alpha Chi Omega meetings and
Mary Sue Flemming and Julie
Bowles are vice-presidents. Treas-
urer will be Diane Keyport, while
Mary Slossen is in charge of rush-
ing. Corresponding and recording
secretaries are Carol Hershey and
Marcia Boothe, and Alice Robert-
son is social chairman.
Other Officers Named
Delta Delta Delta's new chapter
president will be Patricia LeRoy,
while house president is Susan
Fricker. Handling money matters
will be Barbara Uebel, and Bonnie
Balas will be recording secretary.
Social chairman is Janet Holtz
and Beverly Shea is rushing chair-
man. Barbara Wood was elected
corresponding secretary.
Presiding at Sigma Delta Tau
meetings will be Sue Bitman, while
vice-presidents will be Patty Klein
and Mary Lou Goldberg. Andy
Weinstein is treasurer and Connie
Jackson is recording and corres-
ponding secretary. Rushing chair-

-Daily-Dean Morton
members of the central committee

Dance are doing some "wishful As Chairman, Miss Leib directs
23, when the University will meet and co-ordinates the individual
me. Left to right are: Jane Kohr, programs run by big sister chair-
chairman) and Bob Dombrowski. men in their respective dormitor-
ies. To accomplish the orientation
of freshmen and transfer students
t O f i Ce einto life at the University, a four
:t Officers;2"u
point plan is in effect.
-tF eFirst, each entering woman is
Po ssdassigned a "big sister" to help her
with her schedule, explain dormi-
tory and campus rules and aid her
man is Marlene Jaffa; social chair- with her study problems. This "big
man is Janice Rose and house sister" will be as willing and un-
manager is Lynn Landwirth. derstanding an advisor and confi-
List Continues dant to her "little sister" as is
Alpha Delta Pi has elected as its possible.
new officers Ann Bartlett, presi- So that the overwhelming feel-
dent; Lee Roose, vice-president; ing of attending a large university
Jan Siefert, treasurer; Carol Hol- can be dispelled, a major part of
ley, recording secretary; Marcia the program deals with providing
Shafer, rushing chairman; Ruth opportunities for newcomers to be-
Hayward, social chairman and come acquainted with each other
Rose Marie Saffren, corresponding and with older students. Corridor
secretary, parties and get-togethers between
Pi Beta Phi chose Ann Pletta as floors are held in each house.
president and Jean Kurtz as vice- Third Point Explained
president. Treasurer is Ruth NolanT
and recording and corresponding The third point of the program
and ecoringand orrsponingintroduces men on the scene. Mix-
secretaries are Kathleen MacKay ers, record dances and listening
and Louise Raisch. Rushing chair-
man is Martha Wallbillich's and parties with brother quadrangles
Mary McParlan is social chairman. offer a beginning to a coed's dat-
- ing life at the University.
Housing Facilities more formal touch is added
tisin the fourth section of the "feel-
at-home" plan when exchange din-
Made Available ners are held with men's dormi-
For Graduation Working closely with social
chairmen of residence halls, Miss
In preparation for commence- Leib and her committee are put-
ment weekend, June 11 and 12, the ting out the welcome mat for en-
Student Service Committee of the tering women.
Union is attempting to provide ac-
commodations for friends and
relatives of graduating studentst
who may wish to attend the grad-. 4pj Campu
uation exercises. IEU.
A file of possible facilities is
available in the Student Office of WOMEN'S SENATE-There will
the Union. This file includes theb norn'S eet he
location, type and rates for var- an important mee of the
ious accommodations. Women's Senate at 4 p.m. tomor-
Seniors who need housing facili- row at the League.
ties for commencement weekend
may call the Student Office from BLOCK 'M'-Block 'M' Central
3 to 5 p.m. today through Friday Committee will meet at 7 p.m. to-
and upon request will be given day at the Union.
information on housing accommo-* * *
dations. SCROLL -Scroll, honorary for
Seniors are then to make the affiliated women, will hold a meet-
necessary contacts ing at 7 p.m. today in the League.
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