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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Annual Dance
Ticket Sales
Set To Begin
Woody Herman Band
Will Provide Music
For Homecoming Ball
Tickets for the 1954 annual
Homecoming darice will go on sale
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow on
the Diagonal and in the Adminis-
tration Building.
They are priced at $3.60 per
couple.
The all-campus dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Sat-
urday, Oct. 23, in the Intra-Mural
Building, will feature the music of
Woody Herman and his Third
Herd.
Fight for Brown Jug
A featured event during the
homecoming weekend following
the football game with Minnesota
in a struggle to gain possession of
the "Brown Jug," the dance is
sponsored by the Student Legis-
lature.
"Dressy" dresses and heels for
" coeds and suits for men are ap-
propriate for the occasion.
Late permission is being grant-
ed for the women students who
are asked not to wear flowers.
Present Homecoming Trophies
During the intermission, cups
will be presented to the men's and
women's residences having the
best homecoming displays.
Committeemen for the dance in-
elude Jay Martin, general chair-
man; Jane Kohr and Jim Gold-
berg, decorations; Herb Schneider
and Al Weisz, publicity; Bob Dom-
broski, bands; Betsy Sherrer, pro-
grams and patrons; Wayne Cook,
tickets; Donna Hoffman, building
and grounds and Donna Sommers,
photographers.
Bridge Lessons
League sponsored bridge les-
sons will be given from 7:30 to
9 p.m. today for beginners and
advanced players under the
instruction of Edward Simon.
All interested students are re-
quested to attend the session.

515 Men Make Up Fall Semeter Fraternity Pledge Class

JAZZ SESSION-Rhythm man and soloist on the bass, Ray
Brown, right, tries out a new tune arrangement for the Ann Arbor
presentation of "Jazz at the Philharmonic." Flip" Phillips, tenor
saxophonist, who will also appear on the program, is best known
for his rendition of "Perdido." The concertized jam session will
be presented at 7 and 9:15 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium.
Buro-Cats, New Coed Group,
To Aid LeagueCommittees

Buro-Cats, members of the new1
branch of the Secretariat of the
Women's League, are on call as
"helpers" for all the League com-
mittees and coed extra-curricular
activities on campus.
A mass meeting of all those new
members who signed up for the
organization will be held at 7 p.m.
today in the League.
The Buro-Cats will be divided
into three sub-branches; the sec-
retariat, Senate research and the
emergency and hostess committees.
Chairmen for the three committees

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Check List
Q Fraternity Pins
l Sorority Pins
Q Pledges Pins
Q Recognition Pins
i Stationery
Q Programs
Q Invitations
Q Favors
Ql Knitwear
Q]Mugs
E Paddles
Q China Ware
QMichigan Rings
House Flags

PANHEL PUBLICITY -Therea
will be a Panhel publicity commit-
tee meeting at 4 p.m. today in the
League.
* * *
BALLET - The co-recreational
Ballet Club will hold its first in-i
structional meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today on the second floor of Bar-
bour Gym.
HOMECOMING-All houses en-
tering a Homecoming display are
asked to return the entry blank to
Shirley Diamond, 122 Tyler, East
Quad. Houses not receiving a form
may get one from her. Informa-
tion concerning Homecoming dis-
plays can be obtained from her or'
from Don Persellin at NO 2-4410.
.
LEAGUE COUNCIL-There will
be an important meeting of the
League Council at 4 p.m. today in
the League. All members are re-
quested to attend.,
* * *.
UNION TRIP-Tickets for the;
Union-sponsored trip Tuesday,1
Oct. 19, to "Saint Joan" playing;
at the Cass theatre in Detroit may
be purchased for $3.25 in the Stu-
dent Offices of the Union until
3:30 p.n., Friday.I

have been chosen to head activi-
ties for the coming year.
Maintain Information Booth
Sally Wilkinson will direct the
work of the emergency and hostess
committee, which will maintain a
permanent information booth in
the League lobby for visitors and
freshmen, and will also help in the
League Undergraduate Office. In
addition, they will act as an emer-
gency committee when the poster
or other committees of class pro-
jects need assistance.
Under thedirection of chairman
Joyce Perry, the Senate research
committee will collect information
for discussion of all-campus issues
at the weekly Senate meetings and
will be responsible for mailing this
material to senators three or four
days prior to the meetings.
Joanne Karch, newly appointed
chairman of the Secretariat com-
mittee, will guide her group in the
care of all the clerical - work and
general office work connected with
the various committees of campus
class projects, such as Frosh
Weekend, Soph Scandels and JGP.
Chairmen Explain Work
The three new chairmen will
explain further the work of their
committees, in addition to brief
talks by Lucy Landers, president
of the League; Jean Bromfield,
president of Panhellenic Associa-
tion and Hazel Frank, president of
Assembly Association.
New Buro-Cats will also have an
opportunity to meet Nancy Wright,
second vice-president of the Lea-
gue and general chairman of the
Buro-Cats; Helen Schwarz, Joan-
ne Park and Barbara Heider, mem-
bers of the advisory board of Buro-
Cats.
Coeds will learn more about the
specific functions and organiza-
tion of the Buro-Cats and will
meet the people with whom they
will be working. They can also
sign up for one of the three com-
mittees and meet their fellow
workers.

(Continued from Page 1)
Pete E. Pritchard, '58E; Franchot
C. Stein, '58; Robert O. Weisman,
'58.
CHI PHI: Wallace P. Ardussi,
'57E; Michael A. Arent, '58; Bruce
W. Avis, '57; James L. Blum, '58E;
David J. Cooper, '56; Robert B.
Creal, '58; Thomas W. Gaffield,
'58E; Donald L. Gilger, '57; Ter-
rence K. Gillen, '57; Earl F. Gro-
ner, '57M; Daniel Y. Gulden, '58;
John B. Hodges, Jr., '58E; Rich-
ard A. Jasinski, '58; Donald O.
Kimball, '56; Jack H. Lepard, '57;
Barry D. MacRae, '58; Leonard D.
McDermid, '58; Gorden Mars, '56;
John R. McCarus, '57; Hamilton
W. Robichaud, '58, Brooks H. Sit-
terly, '58; Robert J. Tomlinson,
'58; Terrence E. Tweedie, '58;
John P. Van Camp, '58.
CHI PSI: Frederic F. Brace, Jr.,
'56; John V. Campbell, '58E; Fred-
erick J. Clatworthy, '58E; Stanley
A. Kwasiborski, '58; John E.
Lama, '58; Wayne R. Lehr, '58E;
William H. Mead, '58E; James S.
Miller, '58A&D; Richard C. Palma,
'58; James S. Powell, '58; Mark
T. Putney, '58; Stuart B. Smith,
'58; Richard L. Spindle, '58.
DELTA CHI: Roland B. Bosma,
'56; Philip D. Church, '57; Robert
H. Fear, '58; Thomas W. Hauser,
'58; Thomas C. Hemenger, '56;
Bruce P. Korzilius, '58Ed; Charles
C. Murdoch, '58SM; Frederick A.
Roeben, '58; Dale H. Thiel, '58E;
Paul S. Wolcott, '58E.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON: Law-
rence C. Baker, '57L; William C.
Cassel, '57L; Robert H. Durham,'
'57L; Franklin C. Hirt, '57E; Da-
vid E. George, '58L; Paul A. Gru-
ber, '58L; James H. Knaggs,
'58L; Gary L. Knight, '58A&D;
Neil T. Peters, '58L; Jon H. Ryall,
'58L; James H. Stark, '58L: Thom-
as C. Stipes, '56L; Thomas M.
Straszewski, '58L.
DELTA SIGMA PHI: Albert
Bush, '56; John L. Buster, '56; Ar-
thur R. Gaudi, '58; Walter H. Ger-
des, '58E; Richard S. Grimes,
58E; James E. Hayford, '56;
James D. Hedberg, '58; Thomas E.
Hunter, '57E; Robert T. Jones,
'58; James C. Meyer, '56; Edwin
S. Robinson, '57; William S. Za-
haree, '58E.
DELTA UPSILON: F r e d E.
Aengst, '57; Fred G. Barrett, '57E;
Joe W. Cox, '58A&D; Bruce G.
Goldsmith, '58E; Larry B. Jerome,
'58; Paul S. Newcomb, '57E; Ken-
neth L. Rutherford, '58; Robert J.
Smith, '58E; James H. Sergeson,
'58; Samuel R. Ward, '58E; Ar-
thur E. Wible, Jr., '58; Elmer H.
Whipple, '57.
DELTA TAU DELTA: Robert N.
Bowen, Jr., '58; David H. Evans,
'57; Jerold R. Harwood, '58; Rob-

ert E. Heiberger, '58; Richard J.
A. Kruse, '57; William E. Martin,
'58; Robert M. McNiff, '56BA;
Paul A. Murphy, '57; John C. Nae-
gele, Jr., '58; Abraham W. Nico-
laou, '56; James L. Rieder, '58;
James M. Sargent, '57; Don C.
Shepard, '58; Bernath P. Sherwood
III, '58; William H. Strickler, '58.
KAPPA SIGMA: Richard C.
Ainslie, '58; Robert D. Arno, '57;
Robert E. Belcher, '58; Edward S.
Bernreuter, '58; Donald A. Briggs,
'58; George C. Davidson, '57; Rock-
ne D. D. Ehle, '58; James D. Is-
bister, '58; Joseph S. Moore, '58;
David B. Rorabacher, '57.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Joseph
Betts, '57; Frank Brabaw, '58;
Thomas Burd, '58; Wendell Chad-
wick, '58; Robert Clark, '57; John
Erlanger, '58NR; George Friess,
'57; Thomas Gougeon, '57; James
Hart, '57; Jack Hathaway, '56BA;
Stanley Head, '58; Richard Heusel,
'56BA; Robert Hovie, '56; Kerry
E. Johnson, '58; Francis LeMire,
'56E; Robert Luft, '58; Dan May-
bee, '57; Fred Schreiber, '56; Bar-
ton Snyder, '58NR; Tom Vanden-
bosch, '58; George Volis, '58; John
Walper, '58; Edward Woods, '57.
PHI DELTA THETA: William B.
Alger, '58; Don L. Catrow, '57;
David C. Bowers, '58; James
Friedman, '58; Charles Green,
'58E; Tom Isley; Clifford B.
Johnson, '57E; William MacFar-
land, '56; Byrne Marshall, '58;
Richard Murray, '58E; Kenneth
Myers, '57; Jay L. Newberry, '58;
David M. Ralston, '58; Bernard
Rinell, '58; Peter A. Schauer, '58E;
Robert Sullivan, '58; Bruce Terry,
'58; Peter Tillotson, '58; James
Van Pelt, '58.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Thomas
P. Anderle, '57; Michael A. Baity,
'58; John P. Burt, '58; John M.
Christie, '58SM; Donald J. Dell-
'Aquila, '58; Dale L. Eldred, '57E;
Gordon K. Emery, '58; Ross D.
Fletcher, '58; James M. Hardy,
'58E; Frederick W. Heath, '57;
Robert A. Meyers, '58E; James
Paterson, '58; Samuel H. Riggs,,
Jr., '58E; Stevan Simich, '58E;
Robert L. Stahl, '58; Charles L.
Steiner, '58; Clinton C. Wagner,
'58; Jack C. Wheeler, '57E; Don-
ald S. Young, Jr., '58.
PHI KAPPA PSI: Kent M. Biel,
'58E; Charles T. Boylan, '58; Ron-
ald F. Eschenberg, '58; William A.
Green, '58; Robert E. Griffith, '58;
Stephen C. Harper, '58E; John M.
Hoffman, '58; Jerome D. Mills,
'58P; Robert Pauzek, '58; Richard
C. Stanley, '58E; William S. Tripp,I
'58E.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Phillip L,
Hein, '56; Robert Pehlivanian, '56;
Jack D. Williams, '57Ed.

PHI KAPPA TAU: Richard H.
Borth, Jr., '57; William L. Cook,
'57NS; Robert E. Galbraith, '58;
Calvin G. Covell, '58E; Keith Kep-
ler, '57E; James A. Lange, '58;
Thomas L. Mazanec, '57; William
N. Moloney, '58; Ernest W. Nagle,
'58E; William L. Powell, '57; R6b-
ert N. Taylor, '58E; Paul Thibault,
'56; Donald T. Wattrick, Jr., '58E.
PHI SIGMA DELTA: Stanley L.
Berger, '58; Charles L. Birke, '58;
Robert A. Brown, '58; Martin L.
Fine, '58; Martin J. Frank, '58E;
Harlan E. Givelber, '57; Richard
A. Gooel, '58; Gary A. Kane, '58;
Herbert W. Kline, '58; Richard H.
Levitt, '58; Norman A. Levy, '57;
Roy Missner, '58; Sydney L. Ruby,
'58; Jerome M. Spielman, '58; Fred
Wilpon, '58.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Donald A.
Barclay, '57E; Thomas A. Taylor,
'57; Gary F. Vickers, '56; George
R. White, '58.
PI LAMBDA PHI: Richard B.
Bennett, '58; Gary Bergman, '57;
Gerald Goldberg, '58; John W,
Loeb, '58; Edward Lubin, '58; John
C. Mendel, '58; Michael E. Miller,
'58; Michael J. Rosenberg, '58;
David S. Schlain, '57; P. David
Weisman, '56; Larry Weisman, '58;
Alvin R. Ziv, '58.
PSI UPSILON: Michael Carey,
'58; John D. Goodrich, '58P;
Thomas A. Greenway, '55; Wil-
liam A. Hoffhines, '58; Howard E.
Johnson Jr., '58; Dana W. Larson,
'58; Karl F. Litzenberg, '58; Rol-
land B. Lyons, '56BAd; Edwin A.
Murbach, '58; John V. Powers,
'58E; Frederick S. Sheldon, '58;
Richard T. Stiefel, '58. ,
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Pe-
ter Aluzzo, '57; William W. Ben-
ham, '58; Karl Betz, -'57; Richard
Bingham, '56; James Booth, '56;
Thomas K. Bullen, '57; Caleb R.
Chapel, '58; Clement Corona, '57;

Jack Cunningham, '58; John L.
Davidson, '58; Peter Goulding,
'57; Donald Haney, '56; David E.
Hulbert, '57; Raymond Indreica,
'58; William G. Juergens, '58; John
K. Kurkjian, '57; Ernest K. Mann
III, '58; William K. Mosher, '57;
Norman J. Polomis, '57; Waldomar
M. Roeser, '57; Michael J. Rotun-
no, '57; William Roy, '58; Robert
Sharland, '57; James L. Simmons,
'57.
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Martin Al-
bion, '58; Henry Baylis, '57; Lawr-
ence S. Bizer, '57; Richard Edgar,
'57; George Finkel, '58; Robert
Fisher, '58; Fred Gordon, '58; Joe
Greenberg, '58; Allan Kalt, '58;
Michael Luckoff, '58; Barry Mere-
noff, '59A&D; Ronald Radway,
'58; Allan Rein, '58; Mark J. Sabin,
'58; Bruce M. Siegan, '58; Marvin
L. Starman, '58; Stuart Sucher-
man, '58E; Edward M. Tanen-
baum, '58; Jan K. Tanenbaum, '58;
Harvey Weiss, '58; James Weitz-
man, '58.
SIGMA CHI: Michael J. Basford,
'57L; Stephen J. Bloom, '58L;
John P. Chapman, '58L; Howard
S. Christie, Jr., '58L; Edward W.
Cole, '58L; Paul Drake, '58L; Dan-
iel Forbes, '58E; John H. Garvey,
'58L; Jon P. Hauch, '58L; Richard
T. Heglin, '58E; William E. Hoh-
meyer, '58E; Nicholas G. Karay,
'58L; Nicholas Kouchoukos, '58L;
Frank R. Leu, '58L; John W. Madi-
gan, '58L; Jay McCaughna, '58E;
Gordon Morrow, '58L; Phillip J.
Rosewarne, '58E; John Shepanek,
'58L; John) M. Simonds, '58L;
Frederic N. Smith, '58L; David L.
Stickney, '58E; Robert J. Trost,
'58L; Jerry A. Victor, '58L.
SIGMA NU: Frederick R. An-
derson, 58; Frederick B. Bevis,
'57NR; Joseph L. Brand, '58;
Thomas R. Donkin, '58E; Robert
J. Groff, '58P; Theodore W. Horn,

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'58E; John C. Kreger, Jr., '58E;
Thomas A. Kroczek, '58; Don C.
McNeil, '58; William E. Marling,
'58; Peter A. Marsh, '58E; Robert
A. Monroe, '57E; Harold G. Morse,
'58; Robert G. Smith, '57E; Robert
T. Webster, '58; Carl J. York, '58.
SIGMA PHI: Henry E. Candler,
'58E; George K. Carr, '58; James
Cripe, '58; John E. Davis, '57; Her-
bert L. Hedges, '57.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Dwight
P. Allen, Jr., Richard E. Bachman,
Bruce H. Barrett, Alex H. Boch-
nowski, Donald F. Campbell,
George H. Cress, Thomas M. De-
ver, John G. Gillis, Lee D. Gunn,
Richard E. Hartle, Ronald S. Kar-
panty, Thaddeus K. Ketchum,
Richard L. Ketteman, James P.
Laughlin, Larry L. LeVercombe,
Arthur M. McGrath, Jr., Merrill
W. Nelson, Lawrence C. Mitchell,
Robert L. Pearson, Daniel B. Quick,
Thomas P. Rockwell, '58, Robert F.
Schaefer, Charles M. Shields, Rob-
ert E. Thomason, Charles F. Tur-
ner.
TAU DELTA PHI: Martin J.
Blatt, '58; Ivan F. Dunaief, '58;
Michael M. Eisman, '58; Martin
R. Goldman, '58; David B. Her-
melin, '58; Allen J. Kovinsky, '58;
Irwin Miller, '57; Ned D. Miller,
'57; Stuart W. Pernick, '58; Joseph
Pruzan, '58; Henry J. Rosenbaum,
'58; Bruce M. Schlussel, '58; Bur-
ton L. Scott, '58; Alan Winkel-
stein, '57; Seymour Ziegelman, '58.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Jim
Kearful, '56; Dick Rockafeller, '57.
THETA CHI: Carlos E. Ander-
son, '58; Timothy Felisky, '57;
John G. Foy, '56BA; James S. Hal-
ler, '59A&D; Paul B. Hays, '57E;
Chester D. Karston, '57BA; Paul
J. Lay, '58; Nicholas C. Masters,
'58; Gary F. Paulu, '56NR; George
E. Potter, '58; C~iarles F. Sonne-
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