SUNDAY, APRIL %4, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, APRTL 24, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Frosh Weekend Skits Revealed
NEW WOMEN'S EDITORS-Mary Hellthaler, left, and Elaine
Edmonds were appointed Women's Editor and Associate Women's
Editor respectively yesterday. Miss Hellthaler, a junior from Flint,
Mich., is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman honorary,
and Women's Athletic Association board. She is enrolled in the
pre-professional program for medical studies. A junior majoring
in English from Wyandotte, Mich. Miss Edmonds is also a mem-
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta. Both women are residents of Martha
Hillel Members To Discuss
Job Opportunities in Israel
Frosh Weekend will begin with'
a dance and entertainment pre-
sented by the Blue Team from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the League
"M-barrassing Bluepers," Blue
Team theme, will be characterized
in a skit in which bluepers or faux
pas are made at four different "U
According to Ann Cohn, floor-
show chairman, the script commit-
tee was divided into four groups of
two coeds each, who worked to-
gether to write the acts.
Judy Maxwell and Ann Cohn
wrote and directed Act I, in which
Marcia Morris, a Mexican toreador
takes the singing lead. Act II de-
picts a blueper at the "U of Mos-
cow," with Kathryn Gillay per-
forming an authentic Russian
dance. Sandy Beer and Bea Mink-
us are the writers and directors of
Coed Takes Lead
Nancy Amberson plays the dra-
matic lead in Act III which takes
place at Monte Carlo. Esther Mar-
golis and Esther Richter are re-
sponsible for this part.
The frightened freshman coed,
Nancy Smith, has the leading role
in the final act, directed and writ-
ten by Angela Suino and Mary
The introduction is directed by
Linda Aschea with choreography
by Sheila Lund and Angela Suino,
A Michigan Arboretum Elf will
take the spotlight in the Maize
Team production, "Mae'z Here To
Stay," to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday in the League
Rachel Tiedke portrays Mae, the
amazing elf, who invades a dormi-
tory room one evening.
The elf relates its knowledge to
a group of surprised coeds, played
by Kay Eckerman, Rosemary War-
nemuende, Catherine Clark and
According to floorshow chair-
man, Beate Kaulfuss, the skit was
written by Nancy Murphy; Diana
Paris, Linda Sutton, Vera Khoury,
Molly Dean and Marge Davidson
and Judy Beallo, who is also chor-
Choreography was done by Nan-
cy Willard, Grace Moore and Judy
Reynolds. Beate Kaulfuss will ac-
company the nine groups
"Professional Opportunities in
Israel," will be discussed by Ye-
huda Levine, director of the Mid-
west Office of Professional and
Technical Workers Aliyah'
(PATWA) at 8 p.m. today at Hil-
Sponsored by the Student Zion-
ist Organization, the meeting is
one of a series of events highlight-'
ing Hillel's Spring Calendar.
Levine, an American, has re-1
cently arrived from Israel where
Men's Glee Club 1
In Recent Electiont
Next year's officers of the Men's
Glee Club were chosen recently in
Stephan Hauser, '56, was elected
president and Fred Hindley, '56,
will be the new vice-president.
Formal installation of the offi-
cers will take place at a banquet
after the traditional spring concert
to be held May 20. Free reserved
seats are available for this public
Two concerts were presented
yesterday by the 60-voice 'glee
club. Following the first perform-
ance at Hill Auditorium for high
school students attending the an-
nual University Day, the men
travelled to Lakewood, Ohio.
In an evening concert at this
Cleveland suburb, the glee club
participated in the dedication of a
FROSH WEEKEND THEMES-Proclaiming their themes, Myki
Gold and Betty Sykes, publicity chairmen for the Blue Team, pre-
sent "M-barrassing Bluepers." Maize team publicity chairmen,
Jeanne Tammi and Margaret Decker, challenge their opponents in
friendly rivalry with "Mae'z Here To Stay."
Guided Tours To Highlight
Spring Hatcher Open House
he was the associate director of the
"Section for Newcomers from An-
glo-Saxon Countries," a special
department of the Jewish Agency.
This agency is set up to assist
professionals and others with re-
gard to employment, housing, He-
brew language courses and person-
PATWA's midwest office has
been opened in Chicago to help
train young Americans, interested
in obtaining professional posi-
tions in Israel.
"Although technicians and pro-
fessionals are urgently needed in
many fields;" Levine said, "they
should know about some of the
problems likely to confront them
on their arrival in Israel."
Winner of the all-campus
women's table tennis tourna-
ment, sponsored by the WAA,
was Lee Zirnitis, defeating De-
lores Doll in the semi-finals.
Scores of the match were 21-
17, 21-14 and 21-7.
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Guided tours and musical enter-
tainment are in store for students
attending the second Hatcher
Open House of the semester, to be
held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday
in the President's home.
Honored guests at the open
house will be residents of Theta
Xi, Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Sigma Delta Tau, Theta
Chi, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Delta
Epsilon, Delta Sigma Phi, Allen
Rumsey House, West Quad; Klein-
struck and Palmer Houses, Alice
Lloyd and Kelsey and Gomberg
Houses, South Quad.
Members of The Daily and En-
sian Staffs are also being honored,
although everyone on campus is
Singer Earl Sayer and harmoni-
ca player Gene Jones, accompa-
nied by Paul McDonough are fea-
tured in the entertainment pro-
Housemothers of the honored
campus residences will be present
along with Deans Elizabeth Leslie
and Gertrude Mulhollan, Mrs.
James Lewis and Gertrude Mul-
holland, Mrs. James Lewis and
Mrs. Wilbur Pierpont.
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