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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAIGZ FTVT

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Chairmen
Announced
New Members To Fill
Senior Board Offices
New members of the Senior
Board have been announced by
Dave Kennedy, vice-chairman of
the organization.
In charge of planning and se-
curing the gift which the senior
class will leave to the University
, will be Lois Grabill.
New commencement announce-
ment chairmen will be Henry
Winkleman and Al Ewart. This
committee will be responsible for
the sales and distribution of gra-
duation announcements and plan-
ning the cover design.
John Buck and Jay Martin will
act as co-chairmen of the Alumni
Relations committee. Two chief
; duties of this committee are the
setting up of class reunions in ad-
vance and handling the first re-
union. The committee also works
in close connection with the Alum-
nii Association.
New co-chairmen of the Special
Activities committee will be Herb
Zarrow and Pat LeRoy. "Dead
week," the time between final ex-
ams and commencement will be
under the jurisdiction of the Spe-
cial Activities committee. In prev-
ious years picnics, dances and
movies have been planned for this
free time.
The committee will also be in
charge of Hatcher Teas for seniors
and activities for the February
T graduates.
The new Senior Board will hold
its first meeting at 7 p.m. today
in the League. The room will be
posted.
Spring Weekend
* Anyone interested in peti-
tioning for the central commit-
tee of Spring Weekend can pick
up petitions 'at the Union Stu-
dent Offices, League Under-
graduate Office, Barbour Gym
and the WAB. All petitions are
due at 5 p.m. today at the
League or Union.
Interviews will be held to-
morrow and Friday at the
League.

MIXING AND DANCING:
Union To Hold Post-Game Party

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-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
WCBN STUDIO-Dick Dallard, studio engineer for the campus
network, attends to the technical part of the program "Musical
Music," The station has recently been created from the junction
of three former University stations at the quadrangles, giving
students an opportunity to gain experience in radio work.
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U atioSns Combine,
Form WCBN Network

By LOU SAUER

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Operating for the first complete
year as a network, WCBN is broad-
casting to 5,000 University students.
At the opening of last year the
three quadrangles were separate
stations, but in October they re-
ceived permission to combine as a
member of the Inter-Collegiate
Broadcasting System which is
made up of college networks all
over the country.
The network can be heard in all
of the University residence halls
except Fletcher. Programs are
continuous from noon until 1 a.m.
Self-Supported
The station is supported entire-
ly from advertising on its own pro-
grams. The only University juris-
diction exercised is the regula-
tion of the number of ads allowed
on programs.
Last year a number of the record
programs achieved popularity by
a "quiiz show" method. They
would play a well known number
and offer a prize to listehers phon-
ing in the correct title.
Hockey Broadcasts
One of WCBN's services to the
COEDS:
it's Haircuts at a
moment's notice!!
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at your convenience
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students is the exclusive broad-
cast of all home hockey games.
The network also covers special
events such as SL elections and
all of the Union dances.
One of the most novel shows of-
fered is "Platter Party," spon-
sored by WCBN. This is a dance
as well as a program, held every
Saturday night in South Quad's
Club 600. Couples dance to records
as the network's disk jockey de-
scribes to the listeners what is
going on and plays requests.
Everyone contacted emphasized
that WCBN, instead of acting as
separate stations as it has in past
years, is now one station with three
studios.

Mixing and dancing will be the
order of the day when the Union
opens its doors for an open house
from 4:15 to 6:15 p.m. Saturdayk
after the Illinois football game.
Students from Michigan and Il-
linois, alumni and parents will
gather in the ballroom to cele-
brate the victory of one team and
"replay" the game.
An orchestra will provide music
and refreshments will be served.
The open house is being arrang-
ed by the Student Services Com-
mittee of the Union, under the di-
rection of Bill Bohmsack.
Photo Contest
Another Union activity takes the
spotlight this week as amateur
shutterbugs enter their snapshots
in the last week of the Union-
sponsored photography contest.
Due to the inability of many
contestants to have their pictures
in by Nov. 1, competition has been
extended until Wednesday, Nov.
10.
The grand prize, a $29.95 Wes-
ton Master II Photo Electric ex-
posure meter, and other prizes will
be awarded on Nov. 18.
Contest chairman, Dick Cramer,
emphasizes that anyone can en-
ter the contest. Coeds are espec-
ially urged to display their work
since two of last year's prizes were
captured by women.
Three Divisions
The competition has been di-I
vided into three categories on the
basis of subject matter. The first
division features curricular scenes,
the second, extracurricular phases
of campus life. The third division
will picture community subjects.
Entry blanks may be obtained
at the Union Student Offices or
at local photography shops.
Union, Students
Invited To Attend
Open House Today
Informality will be the keynote
at the second Hatcher Open House
of theyearnas President Harlan H.
Hatcher and Mrs. Hatcher open
their home to students at 4 p.m.
today.
Although all men and women are
invited to attend, the affair will es-
pecially honor the Student Offices
of the Union on their 50th anniver-
sary and 10 campus residences.
Those houses being honored are
Alpha Phi; Sigma Phi Epsilon;
Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta Chi;
Lloyd, Williams, and Michigan
Houses of West Quadrangle, Angell
House; Chicago House and Fei-
ner League House.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will be supplied by Paul McDon-
ough at the piano.
Assisting with the serving and
pouring will be housemothers of
the 10 residences. Mrs. Dorothy P.
Eckhart, Mrs. Viola Forth, Mrs.
Luella McCutcheon, Mrs. Irene Al-
ling, Mrs. Grace Cook, Mrs. Kath-
erine Glass, Mrs. Lois Kempf and
Miss Emily Feiner will help the
Hatchers entertain students.

All snapshots must be five by
seven inches in black and white
and unmounted. They may be
brought to the Union Student Of-
fices any afternoon until 5 p.m.,
Nov. 10.

Newly Appointed Dean
Received Degree at 'U'
-- -

The contest is being sponsored
by the Student Services Commit-
tee of the Union, headed by Mark
Gallon. It is being promoted by the
photography clubs in South, West
and East Quadrangles.

CYCLO-PEDIA
When in Detroit, visit our Showroom!
CYCLE SPORT SHOP, 6447 Michigan Avenue, Detroit 10, Michigan

Dean Leslie transrered here as a
junior from Pembroke College,
where she also attended an Angli-
can Music School. While here at
the University, she majored in vi-
olin, was vice-president of Jordan
Hall and a member of Mu Phi Ep-
silon, honorary music fraternity.
After graduation in 1934 she
taught music in the University
Elementary School and was an as-
sistant in violin in the School of
Music from 1935 to 1937. She was
employed with the Michigaft His-
torical Collections from 1941 to
1945 as assistant curator.
The new assistant dean has been
in the Office of the Dean of Wo-
men since June, 1951.
Her duties as assistant dean in-
clude coordinating women's hous-
ing, in addition to all the coeds'
activities on campus. She is par-
ticularly in charge of housing in
League houses, co-operatives and
sororities, while Dean Elsie R. Ful-
ler handles dormitories.
Dean Leslie is the wife of Prof.
William F. Leslie, of the history
department. They live at 1527 Gol-
den Ave. in Ann Arbor with their
nine year old daughter, "Margy"
and the family pet, a German
Shepard named "Penny."

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Mrs. Elizabeth A. Leslie, has been
on the University campus since her
graduation in 1934, when she re-
ceived a Bachelor of Music degree
in violin.
Effective last August 1, this ap-
pointment fills the vacancy left
by the resignation of Mrs. Sarah
Healy, who has become Dean of
Women at the University of Ala-
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UNION - The Union-sponsored
coffee hour honoring the sociology
department will be held from 3 to
5 p.m. today in the Union terrace
to provide an opportunity for stu-
dents to meet and talk informally
with members of the sociology fac-
ulty.
SERVICE COMMITTEE - There
willl be a meeting of all entertain-
ment volunteers of the Community
Service Committee of the League
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
Three representatives from the Un-
ion will speak.

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