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j WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE PIVi~

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Commencement To Culminate
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Graduating Seniors Campus Life
About 3,000 University students
will culminate their college days
when they receive their diplomas
at Commencement ceremonies on -,
June 12.
Graduation exercises will be
held at 5:30 p.m. in either the
Stadium or Yost Field House de-
pending on the weather.
Clad in the traditional black
caps and gowns, the entire senior
class will assemble at 4:30 p.m. in
the area east of the Stadium. Mar-
shalls will direct graduates to their T
proper stations in the procession
at this time.
Weather Permitting'
In case of unsuitable weather

the University fire alarm will
sound at intervals between 4 and
4:15 p.m. This will indicate that
the exercises are to be held in
Yost Field House.
The speaker at the ceremonies
will be Dr. Lawrence Gould, presi-
dent of Carleton College. Dr.
Gould holds three degrees from
the University and was formerly
a member of the faculty. A geolo-
gist and an authority on the Arc-
tic regions, Dr. Gould has been
president of Carleton since 1945.
Degrees will be presented by
President Hatcher, who will also
t announce recipients of honorary
degrees.
Senior Activities
Various activities have been
planned for and by seniors for the
"dead week" between the end. of
exams and commencement.
On Friday afternoon, June 11,
there will be a tea for graduates
and their families at the home of
President and Mrs. Harlan H.
Hatcher.
According to Marie Wollscheid,
- social chairman of Senior Board,
tentative plans have been made for
a golf tournament and a picnic at
either Silver Lake or the Arbore-
tum.
Women's Senate
To Fill New Post
At Last Meeting
} Women's Senate will choose a
University coed to fill the newly-
created position of second vice-
° president of the League at 4 p.m.
today at their regular meeting.
Women running for the new
post are Nancy Wright, Marilyn
Tobocman and Joyce Perry.
Nancy Wright, '56, has partici-
pated in Michifish, Wolverine
Club, Soph Cab and League Coun-
cil. She was chairman of Frosh
Weekend last year and is a mem-
ber of Wyvern, Interviewing and
Nominating committee, rushing
counselors and Michigras peti-
tioning committee.
IHC Personnel chairman, House
Judiciary Council and I-Hop pub-
licity chairman are among the ac-
tivities of Marilyn Tobocman, '56.
Joyce Perry, '55Ed, was costume
chairman for Junior Girls' Play
this year.
Duties of the new second vice-
president of the League will in-
clude holding the "executive hand"
in the League in the absence of
the president and the first vice-
president; taking charge of the
League Secretariat and being edu-
cational delegate to the Women's
Senate from the Secretariat.
She will also be student office
manager of the League Under-
graduate Office and chairman of
the Ethel McCormick scholarship
committee.

Alumni Plan
'U' Reunion
Novelaires, Speaker
To Highlight Program
Class reunions will highlight the
week of June 7 through 12, which
has been designated as Alumni
Week.
Official reunions will be held
by those classes ending in 4's and
9's. The golden anniversary class
will be that of 1904.
Alumni Memorial Hall will be
open for registration on Thurs-
day, June 10.
Novelaires To Entertain
At 6:30 p.m. that evening vice-
president and Dean of the Facul-
ties Marvin L. Niehuss will speak
at the annual All-Class Dinner to
be held at the Union. Entertain-
ment will be provided by the Nov-
elaires Quartet of the Men's Glee
Club.
Friday, June 11 will be a busy
day for returning alumni.
The annual Alumnae Luncheon
will be held at noon at the Michi-
gan League. President and Mrs.
Harlan H. Hatcher will open their
home to alumni, members of the
graduating classes and their fam-
ilies for a tea in the afternoon.
Later in the day the traditional
Alumni Sing and Band Concert
will take place in Hill Auditorium.
The day will be culminated by
an All-Class Dance at the Barton
Hills Country Club.
Commencement Activities
Alumni activities will continue
through Commencement Day on
Saturday, June 12. That morning
there will be special breakfasts in
the Michigan League and Michi-
gan Union for alumni of the vari-
ous schools and college.
At noon Saturday all alumni
will be guests of the University at
the annual Alumni Luncheon in
Waterman Gymnasium.

SPRING

Coeds' Engagements Announced by Parents

Polier - Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sneider of
Baltimore, Md., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Har-
riet Louise Polier, to Warren Jay
Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
net Robbins of Jersey City, N.J.
Miss Polier attended the Uni-
versity where she was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi. At present,
she is a junior at the University
of Maryland in the School of Edu-
cation.
Mr. Robbins was graduated from
theUniversity where he was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and
Phi Beta Kappa. He is now at-
tending the University of Pennsyl-
vania School of Medicine.
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Ford - Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ford of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Janet Grace, to
Donald J. Campbell, nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Coons of Bir-
mingham.
Miss Ford is a sophomore in the
literary college.
Mr. Campbell is a junior in the
College of Literature, Science and,
the Arts.
The couple will be married Aug-
ust 28 in Detroit.
Johnson - Kendrick
At dinner at the Delta Delta
Delta house, the engagement of
Judith Ellen Johnson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson of
Saginaw, to Crane Kendrick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Gregg of
Detroit, was recently announced.
Miss Johnson is a senior in the
League Reveals
Reserve Leaders j

BETROTHALS:

JANET FORDT

-Daily-Dean Morton
"THE BIG DAY"-Seniors are trying on caps and gowns in
preparation for Commencement exercises, to be held Saturday,
June 12, at the Michigan Stadium or Yost Field House. Grad-
uation will culminate four years of study and campus activities
for "the mighty seniors.'
Dormitories, League Houses
Elect Officers for Next Fall

HARRIET POLIER
literary college and a member of
Scroll.
Mr. Kendrick is doing graduate
work in the School of Business Ad-
ministration. He is affiliated with
Theta Delta Chi.
The wedding will take place
August 21.
Killoran - Brady
At dinner at the Alpha Delta Pi
house recently, the engagement of
Jeanne Catherine Killoran, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Killor-'

an of Pontiac, to James John Bra-
dy II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freder-
ic A. Brady of Detroit, was an-
nounced.
Miss Killoran is a senior in the
School of Education and a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Theta.
Mr. Brady is a junior in the
literary college. He is a member
of Sigma Delta Chi.
* * *
Netzer - eary
Janet Elaine Netzer's engage-
'ment to Robert Donald Neary, son

of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Neary
of Des Moines, Iowa, was announ-
ced recently by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Netzer of Detroit.
Miss Netzer is a senior in the
literary college and a member of
Pi Beta Phi.
Mr. Neary is a senior in the
School of Business Administration.
He affiliated with Phi Delta The-
ta and Michigauma. He is Student
Legislature President and a mem-
mer of the Union Board.
A June 15 wedding is planned.

JUDITH JOHNSON

Our MONTH-END SALE is

By SUE LEVINE
Excitement, wishful thinking,
and anxiety prevails throughout
many of the dormitories and Lea-
gue Houses because of the elec-
tions of new officers.
Although the voting has taken!
place in many of the houses, there
are elections which won't be held
until the end of the month, just1
before finals begin.
Mosher Hall which held its elec-
tion of new officers recently, has
voted Helen Matoras as president.
Assisting her as "veep" for next
semester will be Barbara Hecht,
while money matters will be hand-
led by Barbara Schanz. Taking
the minutes at various council
meetings will be Janet Fradkin.
Other Officers
Representing Tyler House in
East Quad for next semester will.
be Mary Jean Monkoski, presi-
dent; Kathleen Taylor, vice-presi-
dent; Sandra Keckenon, secretary;
Marian White, treasurer and Pat
Tisch, chairman of Judiciary
Council.
Newberry has elected Carol
Foote presidnet, with Grace Cool
as vice-president. Taking minutes
and handling secretarial matters
will be Lyda' Sullivan, while Mar-
tha Papo will collect the dues.
"Hollis House," one of the many
League Houses, has chosen Zoya
Hallden as its only officer, presi-
dent, while at "Freeman House,"
the coeds have voted Edith Kram-
er to represent them in the League
Senate.
Dorm Executives
Shirley Boers will be the pre-
siding officer at Martha Cook.
Janet Ekwall will be "veep," Cyn-
thia Diamond, secretary and Kate
Krolczyk, treasurer.
"On the hill" at Stockwell Hall
Nancy Shaffner was elected presi-
dent, with Mary Poore as her as-
sociate president. Collecting dues
from the residents of the dorm
will be Clara Oppenheimer. Carol
Kitt will handle secretarial duties.
At Palmer House in Alice Lloyd

Hall, Bonnie Silverman was elected
president. Assisting her will be Ir-
ma Broller, vice-president; Mar-
tha Himmelhock, secretary and
Diane Kappin, treasurer. Repre-
senting Palmer in the Senate will
be Jeanne Sykes.
Additional Heads
Presiding at Angell's house
meetings will be Carol Braum-
baugh and "veep" will be Joan
Clark. Handling any money mat-
ters is Kathy Adams' job, as Bet-
ty Stone takes the minutes.
Pat Stoddard will be the "officer
in charge" at Kleinstueck House
in September and in her absence,
Bonnie Dugan will take the gavel.
Treasurer and secretary respect-
ively are Nancy Farrell and Peggy
Tullzien. Representing Kleinstueck
in the Senate is Barbara Walker
and Betty Spalding is the Inter-
Dorm representative.
At Betsy Barbour Marjorie
Wyche was elected president and
Marion Charvat, vice-president.
Handling the social matters is Jo-
an Heiden's job and collecting
dorm dues for Barbour is Eliza-
beth Beebe. Secretary will be Mar-
garet Ross.
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WAA BLAZERS-All women in-
terested in buying WAA blazers
may go to the Women's Athletic
Building anytime from 3 to 5 p.m.
today.
* * *
JGP-There will be a meeting
of the central committee of next
year's Junior Girls' Play at 8:15
p.m. today in the League. Any
member not able to attend should
contact General Chairman Alice
James, NO-25618.
* * *
LUNCHEON WORKERS - All
women who worked at the School-
masters Luncheon, May 14, are
asked to pick up their checks in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League immediately.

Next year's reserve women's ori-
entation leaders, who will replace
regular leaders in case of changes
in students' plans, have been an-
nounced by the League, according
to orientation chairman Susan!
Fricker.
Music school leaders will be San- I
dra Keckover, Joan Baker and
Barbara McCabe. Helping fresh-
men in education are Ann Harri-
son, Janet Ann Mabarak, Marjorie
Wright and Ellen Brown, while
Emily Todd and Beverly Wolf will
be in charge of dental hygiene
students.
Reserve orientation leaders for
freshmen groups in the literary
college are as follows: Mary Min-
ier, Emily Hauss, Louise Fonteine,
Abby Justice, Katy O'Hara, Nancy1
Kanitz, Janet Deitrich, Patricia!
Johnston and Rema Nickell. j
Transfer leaders will be Sally
Fisher, Betty Shuptrine, S u e
Christenson, Julia Sullivan, Char-
lotte Haller and Lois Union.

Coats - Suits - Dresses -Hats - Accessories

WONDERFUL BUYS in

SPRING COATS
All 100% Wools. Full Length
and Shorties. Navy - greys - blues
pastels and white
Originally 29,95 to 69.95
now at
19.98 to 39.95
Rain or Shine Coats
at 14.95 - 19.95
Originally 25.00 to 35.00
DRESSES
19.95 and 25.00
Two groups Better Dresses of
all kinds. Navy sheers - silk
prints and shantungs, Linens,
one-piece, two-piece and costume
types. Also evening and cock-
tail dresses. Sizes 9-15, 10-14,
121/2 to 2412.
Originally to 39.95
HATS of All Kinds
Originally priced 6.95 to 19.95
1.98 to 10.00

TWO GROUPS
14.98 and 10.00
Better Cottons crepes - prints .
linens. Also evening and cock-
tail dresses.
Group of COTTONS
and oddd and ends in prints.
Also six evening dresses
at 5.95
BLOUSES
Nylons and orlons tissue failles.
Originally 5.95 to 10.95
at 1.98,
3.98 and 5.00

SPRING SUITS
100% Wool-Silk and wool and
orlons .Originally 39.95 to 89.95.
Fitted and Boxy Styles.
now 25.00 to 49.95
Sizes 7-15, 10-40, 121/2 to 201/2

RAYON SUITS
10.00, 14.98
and 19.95

Campus Toggery
Specials
at our South U Shop
Group of cotton blouses and
wool sweaters at
1.88
Group of Skirts,
Sweaters, Blouses,
2.98 - 3.98 - 5.00

On Forest
Off South U

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BALL-BAND
Cf rich elk leather in several smart shades, with a
trim moccasin vamp and rugged Crayco sole. In-
sulating Duo-Texture platform cushions the foot
seats it naturally; comfortably. MULCA.-
IZED to wear and wear.
$ 495

by Joyce
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Above:
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light as
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ner leisure.
ckledown" box-
er low wedge.
9.95
"Thick 'n' Thin low
glazed kidskin san-
8.95
elow: "Thick 'n' Thin"
high wedge glazed kidskin
sandal. 10.95

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