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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1955%



FR WAY, MAY 13, 1~55 THE Mi&3li1(iAi% IAIiA PAGE THREE

Through its yearly activities,
4'Assembly Association, the organi-
zation for unaffiliated women, has
succeeded in stablizing' itself fi-
Addition of a clause to the As-
sembly Constitution allowing for
a tax to be collected has facili-
tated this acconiplishment. The
tax is drawn from residence hall
dues and should not require extra
funds from students.
Assembly began its activities for
the year with its annual Orienta-
tion Week event welcoming new
freshmen women and transfers.
Fall Picnic Held
A fall picnic was held at Pal-
mer field and the spring semester
was ushered in with a social get-
acquainted party at the Women's
Athletic Building.
"Thousand and One Nights" set
the mood at the traditional "I-
Hop" held in October in coopera-
tion with IHC. In November Hobbs
House, Newberry, and Kleinstuck
residences took the honors at the
annual Fortnight, this year dra-
matizing the theme "Skits on the
A can of food donated by each
coed replaced the usual meal
tickets in residence halls when As-
sembly sponsored "Tin Can Din-
ners" to supply Thanksgiving
feasts to needy Ann Arbor fami-
Workshop Conference
February was a busy month for
the group with the Panhellenic-
Assembly Exchange Dinner de-
signed to strengthen relations be-
tween independent and affiliated
Filling the social calendar in
March was the annual semi-for-
mal Assembly Ball. Assuming the
name "Un-Birthday Ball," the
dance displayed an Alice-in-Won-
derland theme.
Climaxing the year's activities
in May was the Installation Tea.
Hazel Frank, '56, President
Mary Jo Park, '56, 1st Vice-
Madge Lawrence, '56, 2nd Vice-
Grace Ritow, '6Ed., Secretary
Judy Jennis, '56, Treasurer
Lois Shein, '56, Special Projects
Judy Lieb, '57, Big Sister Chair-
Silvia Levi, '56, Personnel Chair-
Lois Yandell, '57, Social Chair-
Sally Hirsh, '56Ed., Public Rela-
tions Chairman
Jeannette Grimm, '57, President
Ilene Pavlove, '57, First Vice-
Y Joanne Osmond, '56Ed., Second
" Joan Mason, '57, Secretary
S h a r o n Chynoweth, '56Ed.,
Lois Cowell, '56, Public Rela-
Meredith Tigel, '57, Big Sister
Chairman -
Jean Scruggs, '58, Personnel
Nancy Case, '57, Special Pro-1
jects Chairman.,

Student Publications
C ~mlm t nc B Yr

Honoraries Tap Superior Students

-Daily-John Hirtzel
INITIATION-Along with the honor of being tapped into a
campus honorary go the long, often grueling, lioum of drudgery
before the new initiate officially becomes a member of the
An niversaryBuilding
Sparks Union Activity

Employing the services of hun-
dreds of students, the Student
Publications Building continued to
serve as a "second home" for the
editors, writers, and advertising
workers who turn out the cam-
pus student publications.
The Daily this year worn an All
American Award from the Associ-
ated Collegiate Press. Throughout
the year, students worked until 2
and 3 a.m. turning out stories and
editorials and putting together
Gargoyle and Generation pro-
vided creative writers and artists
with the opportunity of having
work published. Gargoyle scored
with its famous New Yorker paro-
dy issue and Generation printed
the stories and poetry of young
Michiganensian has worked dil-
igently to turn out its annual year-
book. Students spent many hours
working on page layouts and pro-
viding the yearbook with original
art work.
Technic, the engineering stu-
dents' magaine, provided engineer-
ing students and engineers all over
the country with informative and
interesting articles.
* * * -
The Daily
Eugene Hartwig, '55, Managing'
Dorothy Myers, '55, City Editor
Jon Sobeloff, '55, Editorial Direc-
Pat Roelofs, '55, Associate City
Becky Conrad, '55, Associate Ed-
Nan Swinehart, '55, Associate
Dave Baad, '56
Joel Berger, '55
Debra Durschlag, '56
Jim Dygert, '56 BAd

Milt Goldstein, '57, Assistant Lo-
cal Advertising Manager
Joe Frisinger, '56, Assistant Lo-
cal Advertising Manager
Stew Evans, '56, Classified Ad-
vertising Manager
Pat Lamberis, '57, Assistant Clas-
sified Manager
Dorothy Goldman, '56, Nation-
al Advertising Manager
Dick Alstrom, '56, Promotions
r Manager
Dave Silver, '57, Assistant Pro-
motions Manager
Sandy Wasserstein, '57, Assistant
r Promotions Manager
Gail Cohen, '56, Layout Manag-
Linda Rubenstein, '57, Assist-
ant Layout Manager
Joey Vorhaus, '56, Display Ac-
counts Manager
Francine Stieglitz, '57, Assist-
ant Display Accounts Manager
Marty Weisbard, '56, Subscrip-
tion & Classified Accounts Man-
Elaine Surbrook, '56, Assistant
Subscription & Classified Accounts
Ann Harrison, '56, Assistant Cir-
culation Manager
Dave Hershberg, '57, Assistant
Subscription and Classified Ac-
counts Manager

Celebration of its 50th anniver-
sary and progress on completion
of the building program high-
lighted this year's activities of the
Michigan Union.
An addition to the present Un-
ion building and remodeling of the
interior will cost $3,000,000. Con-
struction should be completed by
the end of 1956, although some'
areas of the new addition will be
temporarily unfinished.
A new banquet room, music lis-
tening rooms, expanded cafeteria
facilities and a remodeled lobby
are among the present construc-
tion projects.
In October the Union greeted
former officers who served during
the organization's 50 year history.
Banquets, reunions, tours of the
campus and a dance were includ-
ed in the weekend's activities.
Last month the Union enter-
tained the students at its 50th
year open house.
Hospital talent shows and a
campus leadership training course
are two of the Union's new pro-j
jects this year.
Tom Leopold, '55, President
Dick Pinkerton, '55, Executive
Robert Baker, '55L
George Chatas, '57M
Howard Nemorovski, '55E
Richard Buck. '55


Robert Henderson, '55
Jay Grant, '55
Gregory Schmidt, '55
Todd Lief, '56, President
Bob Blossey, '56BAd., Executive
Gus Gianakaris, '56
Lou Kwiker, '56
George Bashara, '56
Jon Collins, '56E
George Jones, '56E
Norm Zi ber, '56L
Executive Council:
Mark Gallon, '56
Jerry Hays, '55
Gus Gianakaris, '56
Todd Lief, '56
Bob Blossey, '56BAd.
Harvey Rutstein, '56
Jon Collins, '56E
Keith Pohl, '56BAd.
Merrill Kaufman, '56E
William Beard, '55BAO.
Joel Berger, '55
Jim Brady, '55
John Buck, '55
Wally Eberhard, '55
Conroy Erickson '55
Ollie Hanninen, Grad.
Doyne Jackson '55
Jim Mills '55
Kenneth Moore '56
Robert Polley, '55
Duane Poole, '55
Lendy Reaves
Corky Smith, '56
Dick Underwood, '55
*' * *
(National Professional Honorary
Fraternity for Women in
Barbara Sonneman, '55
Joyce Williams, '55
Helen Thomas, Grad.
Coralie Harper, '55
Kay Baker, '55
Lorraine Dmock, '55
Rosalind Shlimovitz, '55
June Granstrom, Grad.
Wendy Delchamps, Grad.
Barbara Smith, '.55
Sue Garfield, '56
Judy Wilson, '56
Sue Gilbert, '56
Joan Mainville, '56
Junior IFC
Junior IFC officers:
Robert J, Trost, '58, President
Joe W. Co'x, '58A&D, Vice-Pres
Robert L. Stahl, '58, Secretary
John L. Etter, '58, Treasurer.
Dwight P. Allen, '58E, a mem-
ber of Sigma Phi Epsilon was ap-
pointed chairman of the Public
Relations Committee. Robert D.
Arno, '57E, a member of Kappa
Sigma and Robert C. Talley, '58E,
of Alpha Tau Omega were ap-
pointed chairmen of the Social
and Services Committees.

John Hirtzel, '57, Chief Photog-
Dick Gaskill, '57
Sam Ching, '56
Fred Day, '57
Ben Monaghan, '58
Esther Goudsmit, '55
Lynn Wallas, '57
* * *
Janet W. Malcolm, '55, Manag-
ing Editor
Larry H. Scott, '55, Art Editor
David G. Davies, '55E, Businessf
David Kessel, Grad, Associate

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
HONORARIES-A combination of scholarship and activities
are criteria for membership in campus honoraries.

Wally Eberhard, 55 Editor
Murry Frymer, '56 Richard Laing, Grad, Associate
Jane Howard, '56 Editor
Dave Kaplan, '56 * * *
Louise Tyor, '56
Mary Lee Dingler, '57
Gail Goldstein, '57 Charles Stickels, '55E, Editor-in-
Lew Hamburger, '57 Chie
Bob Jones, 56 James Snediker, '50z, usness
Phyllis Lipsky, '55 Manager
Lee Marks, '57 Sheldon Levin, '57E, Associate
Marge Piercy, '57 Editor
Lou Sauer, '57 * * *
Dick Snyder, '57 *
Harry Strauss, '55 enera ion
Ernest Theodossin, '57
Mary Ann Thomas, '57 Ruth Misheloff, '55, Managing
David Livingston, '55, Editor David Tice, '55SM, Associate
Henley Gurwin, '55, Associate Editor
Editor William Wiegand, Grad, Assist-
Warren Wertheimer, '55, Associ- ant Editor
ate Editor William Caro, '55. Business Man-
Ken Copp, '55 Anne Goodyear, '55, Art Editor
Phil Douglis, '56 Ann Thuma, '55, Art Editor
Al Eisenberg, '56 Robert Holloway, Grad, Fiction
Dave Grey, '57 Editor
Steve-Heilnern '57 Richard Braun, '56, Poetiw Edi-

Lou Baldacci, '56, President
Bob Weinbaum, '56, Vice-presi-
Larry Harris, '56, Treasurer
Todd Lief, '56, Secretary
Dick Alstrom, '56BAd
Dave Baad, '56
Jim Barron, '56 BAd
Hank Berliner, '561
Tom Bleha, '56
Mark Booth, '56Ed
Neil Buchanan, '56
Mike Delaney. '56
Jim Dygert, '56BAd
Gordon Ferguson, '57
Mark Gallon, '56
Bob Gillow, '56
Pete Gray, '56
Don Haney, '56BAd
Dick Harrison, '56
Tom Hendricks, '56Ed
Tom Jorgenson, '56Ed
Bob Knutsdn, '56
Ed Meads, '56
John Morrow, '56
Bill MacFarland, '56BAd
Keith Pohl, '56BAd.I
Jerry Prescott, '56BAd.
Ken Rogat, '56BAd.
Frank Vick, '56
Burt Wardrop, '56
Jack Wardrop, '56
' Mortar Board
Honor Society for Women, ii8S
Shirley Ruth Baylis
Eleanor Sue Beebe
Elizabeth Ann Bowen
Joan Margaret Bryan
Miriam Elizabeth Buck
Anne Kirk Campbell
Rebecca Conrad
Virginia Lou Cooke
Mary Cross
Georgiana Davidson
Debra Sue Iurchslag
Jane Pipes Germany{
Patricia Jane Goddard
Anna Grace Gonda
Barbara Heider
Donna Jane Hoffman
Joan Ruth Hyman
Alice Elaine James
Cathy Elizabeth King
Lois Irene Klein
Cynthia Louise Krans
Lucy Frasier Landers
Joyce Ellen Lane
Sally Ann Lorber
Margaret Jean Lord
Edith Lillian McClusky
Joan Elizabeth Merrill
Dorothy Helen Myers
Lois Ellen Pollak
Eugenie Marie Reagan
Christine Elisabeth Reifel
Bette Jean Robinson
Mary Elizabeth Slawson
Claudia Irene Moore Smith
Janet Anne Smith
Margaret Ann Smith
Dorothy Lois Fink Ungerleider
Nancy Ann Wright
Anne Alexandra Young

International Students Associa-
tion officers were Turner Kara-
mizrak '55, President; Richard Fu,
Grad., Vice-President; Rasheed
Muriby, Grad., Exec. Secretary;
John Wallwork, Grad., Treasurer.

Barbara Burstein, '55
Debbie Shavelson, '55Ed.
Nan Stevens, '55Ed.
Virginia Abbey, '55
Janet Rutherford, '55.
Betty Sherer, '55
Jean Bromfield, '55
Marilyn Martin, '55Ed.
Dawn Waldron, '55SM
Connie Hilton, '55BAd.
Margie Price, '55BAd.
Margi Blunt, '55Ed.
Jill Coleman, '55
Etta Lubke, '55
Sally Fernamberg, '55Ed.
Margi Spindler, '55Ed.
Pat Marx, '55
Jane Kohr, '55
Sue Fricker, '55
Barb Uebel, '55
Ray Byron, '55N
Nan Swinehart, '55Ed.
Connie Jackson, '55SM
Janet Wolk, '55
Carolyine Snyder Van Boven, '55
Robin R. Bahr, '55
Barbara Backlar, '56
Sarah Jo Brown, '56Ed.
Dorothy Clarkson, '56
Ann Cordill, '56
Jaylee Duke, '56
Ruth Flanders, '56
Elizabeth Garland, '56
Carole Hackett, '56D
Jane Howard, '56
Peggy Hubbard, '56
Nancy Jacquette, '56
Peg Lane, '56
Lois Mishelow, '56
Donna Netzer, '56
Beckie Ninness, '56
Jan Northway, '56D
Harriet Thorne, '56
Deborah Townsend, '56
Martha Wallbillich, '56
Jo Ann Yates, '56BAd.
Linda Reck, President
Barbara Hillman, Vice-President
Edna Carlson, Secretary
Audrey Kapatansky, Treasurer
Patricia Bubel
Eunice Coleman
Carol Fischer
Carol Foote
Frances Hauss
Camilla Heller
Diana Hewitt
Anna Heystik
Marilee Jones
Carole Kenney
Nan' Leavy
Carolyn Lentz
Carolyn McKechnie
Dolores Messinger
Mary Jean Monkoski
Ida Nyberg
Nan Schiller
Rosalind Shlimovitz
Sally Stahl
Gwendolyn Williamson
Marjorie Wyche

League Initiates Burocats,

iNew voiuntee
Besides presenting a full social
season, the League initiated a
new administrative department
this year and acquired an annex
for student offices.
Burocats, the administrative
section, is a volunteer group of
girls on campus. It is divided into
three sections with separate func-'
tions. The Secretariet does the
typing, the Receptionists answerj
questions in the office and the
Art committee prepares the bulle-
tin boards and display cases.
League Council
League Council directs the year-
ly activities of that organization.
Lucy Landers, '55, headed the
Council as president of the League.
Nan Schiller, '55, was her first
vice-president and Nancy Wright,
'56Ed., was second vice-president.
Helen Schwarz, '55, was secre-
tary; Margi Blunt, '57Ph., treas-
urer; Sally Lorber, '55, chairman
of Interviewing and Nominating
Committee; Sally Stahl, '55, chair-
man of Women's Judiciary Council
and Nancy Riley, '56, chairman of
League House Judiciary Council.
Hazel Frank, '56, was president
of Assembly; Jean Bromfield, '55,
wasbpresident of Panhellenic;
Debbie Shavelson, '55Ed., chair-
man of Special Projects and Joan
Hyman, '55Ed., chairman of Com-
munity Services.
Joanne Craft, '55Ed., chairman
of the Social Committee, sat on
the Council with Mary Sherman,
'55Ed., chairman of Public Rela-
tions; Barbara Uebel, '55, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial and Sue

r Uepartment
president of WAA and Rosalind
Shlimovitz, '55, Daily Women's
Mary Jo Park, '56, parliman-
tarian, and Madge Lawrence, '56,
Executive Vice-president of As-
sembly conclude the list of League
m Calendar

Don I
Roz S
Jane 2
Sue C
Jan S
Joy S
Lois F
Bill N
nance T1
Bob I
lation N
Ken I

sic lvvia, 0
Horwitz, '56BAd.
Lindman, '55
nd Smith, '56

* * *I

hhlimovitz, Editor j
Smith, Associate Editor Etta Lubke, '55, Editor
NIGHT EDITORS Mike Montgomery, '55, Engrav-
e Edmonds, '56 ings Editor
Fowler, '57 Mimi Buck, '55, Copy Editor
Barfield, '56 Paul Geiger, '55, Business Man-
ra Hecht, '57 ager
Hellthaler, '56 Ann Cordill, '56, Office Manager
iia Robertson, '57 Fitz, Cornwell, '55, General
mith, '56 Sales Manager
quires,'56 Pierre Welch, '55, Advertising
Marlyn Smith, '56, Accounts
Pollak, '56, Business Man- Manager
* ~, *
Brunskill, '55, Associate JUNIOR EDITORS
sManager Herb Wander, '56, Features
Vise, '55BAd, Advertising Marilyn Larkin, '56N, Schools
and Colleges
Jean Monkoski, '55, Fi- Phil David, '55E, Sports
MIanager Pat Goddard, '56, Tryouts
lgenfritz, '56E, Circulation Diana Cook, '57, Assistant Try-
r ts
Pusch, '57, Assistant Circu- Dick Trackler, '57, House Gorups
tanager Mary Jo Palmer, '57, Assistant
Rogat, '56BAd., Local Ad- House Groups
g Manager Bernice Pericin, '56, Organiza-

Peter A. Dow, '55BAd, President
Andy Kaul, '55BAd, reasurer
John C. Baity, '55, Secretary
Fred N. Baer, '55
Theodore J. Cachey, '55BAd
Daniel J. Cline, '55
Donald J. Eaddy, '55Ed
Paul K. Geiger, '55
Paul Groffsky, '55
Eugene L. Hartwig, '55
Stephen J. Jelin, '55
Burwell 0. Jones, '55
Tawfiq N. Khoury, '55E
Thomas M. Leopold, '55
Paul M. Lepley, '55Ed
Stanley R. Levy, '55
Richard L. Pinkerton, '55
Grant M. Scruggs, '55
Ned B. Simon, '55
James H. Walters, '55E
Marvin J. Wisniewski, '56
Gus Gianakaris, '56E, President
Jon Collins, '56E, Treasurer
Keith Coats, '56E, Secretary
Roger A. Andersen, '56E
David Burchfield, '56E
Jack E. Burchfield, '56E
Charles T. -Blockett, '56E
Roger Comstock, '56E
Robert L. McMasters, '56E
Robert P. Rudesell, '56E
H. William Diamond, '56E
David Fleisher, '56E
Frank Hirt, '56E
Robert Hoffman, '56E
Robert Ilgenfritz, '56E
Merril Kaufman, '56E
James Kruthers, '56E {
John Surbis, '56E
Vu (cans
Frederick Glover, '55E, President
SRobert Richardson, '55E, Vice-
William Salisbury, '55E, Secre-
Lewis Burnham, '55E, Treasurer
Richard Balzhiser, '55E
Thomas Benner, '55E
Jere Brophy, '55E
David Davies, '55E
Albert Fey, '55E
Ronald Geyer, '55E
Guy Mouthrop, '56E
John Munn, '55E
Howard Nemorovski, '55E
Santo Ponticello, '55E
William Sommers, '55E
Charles Stickels, '55E°
Ronald West, '55E
South Quad
Jon D. Bass, '56
Bernie Berman, '58M
Bruce Bevelheimer, '56
Tomn Bleha, '56
John Barbant, '55E
Dick Eisenstein, '56
Jere Gray, '56E
John Harlan, '56E
Frank Johnston, '55BAd.
Erle Kauffman, '55
Robert Mann, Grad, BAd,
James McClurg, '55Ed.
John Meyer, '56E
Dave O'Brien, '57E
Charles Sacquety, Grad, SM.
East Quad
Jon Collins, '56E, President
Roz Shlimovitz, '55, Secretary
Joel Marganau, '57L, Treasurer
Len Sipiota, '55
Bill Weber, '55E
Jim East, '55 Ph.



The Calendar Committee has
been working this year on a plan
for the 1956-57 calendar.
Representatives on the commit-
tee are Hank Berliner, '56, Anne
Campbell, '55, Becky Conrad, '55,
Bob Dombrowski, '55 and Norm
Giddan, '55.

Pat Goddard, President
Ann Gonda, Secretary
Nancy Wright, Treasurer
Eugenie Reagen, Special Projects
Suzanne Blau
Ann Cordill
Georgiana Davidson
Cynthia Diamond
Debra Durchslag ,
Carol Ford
Elizabeth Garland
Jane Germany
Alice James
Cathy King
Joyce Lane
Claudia Moore Smith
Lois Pollak
Grace Ritow
Dawn Waldron
James Bates, '55Ed, President
and Secretary
Robert Wells, '55, Vice-Presi-
dent and Treasurer
Anthony Branoff, '56
Philip Brunskill, 55BAd.
Robert Dombrowski, '55SM
George Dutter, '55BAd
Norman Giddan, '55
Ronald Gora, '55Ed
Jay Grant, '55
Edward Hickey, '56Ed
Harold Johnson, '55SM'
David Livingstone, '55
James Love, '55
William Lucier, '55Ed
Alexander Mann, '55
Jay Martin, '55
Duncan McDonald, '55
John Moule, '55
Jack Ritter
L. Bryan Sanford, Grad
T. Gregory Schmidt, '55
Jon Sobeloff, '55
Arthur Walker, '55
William Winkler, '55Ed
William Wise, '55BAd
',William 0. Gray, '55E, Commo-

Judics Clari
Educating the campus as to the
organization, purposes and func-
tions of Joint Judiciary has been
that group's main concern this
The Judic has considered set-
ting up a speaker's committee to
talk to various campus groups. It
has also tried to improve and
make more frequent Daily Official
Bulletin notices and to improve
relations with the Daily.
Better cooperation with. Wo-
men's Judic and better coordina-
tion of judiciary groups on campus'

/ y "Joh, r o se, F unc io nPaul Kerastas, '56, Photography
if >,Purpose, Function "5,Asitn Or
Cathy King, '56, Assistant Offiec
Officers, Fall Semester fthis year to all incoming fresh- Dick Harrison, '56, Promotions'
Tawfiq Khoury, '55E, chairman. men, explaining the workings, or- Bob Porter, '55, Campus Sales
Janet Rutherford, '55, vice- ganization and purposes of the Morgan Davis, '55, Assistant Ad-
chairman. judiciary. vertising
Norman Giddan, '55, secretary. Changes in the rules booklet Cynthia Stone, '55, Contracts
Howard Nemerovski, '55E. have also been accomplished by!
Audrey Kepetansky, '55. this year's Women's Judic. Houses
Georgianna Davidson, '56Ed. may now remain open until 1:25
Elizabeth Garland a.m. on 1 :30 Eam. later permission
Roger Wilkins, '56L. nights. Previously, all houses were Spot clubs dance groups and
Richard Balzhiser, '55E. required to close at 12:25 a.m. tournaments are some of the ac-
Christine Reifel, 55 In addition, women now have tivities the Women's Athletic As-
Spring Semester an automatic half hour after var- sociation has offered this year.
H o w a r d Nemerovski, '55E., sity athletic events in which to get WAA's president is Margaret
chairman. back to their houses. Lord, '55Ed. Vice-Presidents are
Goprginana Davidisonn. '5Ed. r;;+;, io1-n n +,:.. E.rV~_. __ 1 _,_




Marvin J. Lubeck, 155M, Presi-
Chris Helmus, '55M, Vice-Presi-
Roy Goethe, '55M, Treasurer
Kenneth Averill, '55M Secretary
Mark B. Ardis, '55M
Charles Birdsell, '55M
Dick Chess, '56M
Thomas B. Coles Jr., '56M
Roy Correa
Charles A. Dafoe, '56M
Alan D. Dawson, '56M
John Hallitt, '55M

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