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SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Panhellenic Announces
New Sorority Pledges

Panhellenic Association has an-
nounced the names of 27 new sor-
ority pledges taken on Bid Day,
Sunday, March 18.
Ten houses participated to fill
spaces in their quotas, left by
members who have dropped out of
school for non-academic reasons.
Alpha Chi Omega pledged Janet
McElroy and Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Cheryl Hubar and Judith Levy:.
New Neophytes
Becoming Alpha Gamma Delta
neophytes were Gay Gerber, Mar-
ilyn Beam and Joan Borgerding.
New Alpha Omicron Pi pledges in-
clude Carolyn Preish, Nancy Weh-
ner and Patricia Wolfe.
Emily Moulthrop became a pros-
pective Alpha Phi and Anne
Rouse, a future Collegiate Sorosis.
Delta Gamma bid Beverly Blea-
kley, Marie Brumley and Gertrude
McKewen.
Pledge Eight
Delta Phi Epsilon topped the
houses in the number of coeds
pledged, taking eight women, in-
cluding Bonnie Albion, Selma Den-
berg, Cindy Grand and Shaela El
lensweiz.
Judith Kessler, Deborah, Kope
lov, Jacqueline Mirner and Connie
Zipperman complete the list.
Mary Ann Pahl went Gamma
Phi Beta while Marjorie Beal, Ellen
Goldman, Barbara Rose and El-
len Zinner pledged Sigma Delta
Tau.

Panhel has also revealed a new-
ly created position open to either a
sophomore or junior coed. As sec-
retaiial manager, she would be of-
fiice manager of the Panhel office.
Other duties will include mem-
bership on the Panhellenic Exec-
utive Council and heading the sec-
retariat.
Additional posts which are
available to both sophomores and
juniors include chairman of hous-
ing, chairman of foreign relations
and chairman of alumnae rela-
tions.
Women of any class may peti-
tion for the four memberships on
the Public Relations Committee
and the four places on the Secre-
tariat.
Set Deadline
Applications are due Tuesday,
April 10, and interviewing will be
Wednesday and Thursday, April
11 and 12.
Petitions may be picked up and
returned" to the Undergraduate Of-
fice in the League. Only the first
page of the blank need be filled
out for these positions.
The Association has sent Susan
Sturc of Sigma Delta Tau to the
mock United Nations assembly this
weekend at the University of Wis-
consin.
Wednesday marks the deadline
for applications for the two $100
Panhel scholarships.

Committee
Issues Call
For Tutors
Students with the right qualifi-
cations may help other students
brush away those "mid-semester
blues," and make some money at
the same time.
The League Merit . Tutorial
Committee needs tutors, especially
in chemistry and physics. How-
ever, anyone desiring to act as a
tutor in other subjects,. may also
contact Mary Lou Kierdorf at NO
2-3153 or the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
In order to qualify as a tutor, a
student must have received a "B"
in a subject which is in his major
field or an "A" in any other course.
The Merit-Tutorial Committee
aids students who are seeking aca-
demic help by providing them
with the name and phone number
of a tutor specializing in their par-
ticular subject.
The tutor and student make
their own arrangements for the
time and place of tutoring. Hourly
rates are charged with the fee of
1 an hour for every subject except
physics and chemistry. These are
$2 an hour.
Anyone who would like to make
use of the tutoring service may
leave his name in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League.
The Merit-Tutorial Committee
also keeps a card file containing in-
formation on the activities of all
undergraduate women.

Members of the Maize and Blue
Teams for Frosh Weekend will be-
gin rehearsals at 6:30 p.m. today in
the League.{
During the past week the re-
spective teams have named the
coeds who will have the lead in
parts in each floor show.
Acting leads for the Blue Team
are Mary McIoskie, Sophy Sham-
bes, Lorella Green and Toby Wei-
ner. Mary Morrow will do a spe-
cialty dance act. Paino accompan-
ist is Sally Olmstead.
Script Committee
Coeds on the script committee,
headed by Lenore Fink who is
floorshow chairman, have writ-
ten the 1956 Blue Team show
which will be presented on Friday,
April 27 in the League.
Other coeds on the committee
are Edwina Croll, Lynn Fieldman,
Mary McMullan, Nancy Robinson,
Fern Frisby, Lois Kapp, Mary Jane
Volmar, Mary Murphy and Judy
Campbell.
Blue Team's competitors, the
Maize Team has also selected the

Rehearsals To Begin
For Frosh Weekend

coeds who will portray the leads
of their floorshow to be given on
Saturday, April 28, in the League.
Maize Cast
Members of the cast are Rose-
mary Palen, Carol Applebaum,
Melba Maltenfort, Marilyn Selb,
Joan Logan and Lee Seraff. Shel-
ly Nachman will be the piano ac-
companist.
Headed by Linda Green who is
assisted by Maureen Murphy, the
script committee for the Maize.
Team includes Rosalie Rue, Judy
Sanders, Mickey Greenspon, and
Sally Coon.
The work of these teams will
culminate when they present their
respective floor shows and dances
to the campus. Then the teams
will be judged on decorations,
floorshow, programs, ticket design,
the amount of dues collected, num-
ber of tickets sold and the total
dance cost.
The winning team will be award-
ed a coveted plaque. Last year the
two teams ended in a tie for this
honor.

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JUDITH CANTOR
Cantor - Horwitz
The engagement of Judith Can-
tor to Jack Allen Horwitz, son of
Mr and Mrs. Joe Horwitz of De-
troit, was recently announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Cantor of Bangor, Maine.
Miss Cantor is a sophomore in
the literary college and is affili-
ated with Delta Phi Epsilon.
Mr. Horwitz is a senior in the
School of Business Administration
and is a member of Tau Delta Phi.

CLARISSA KNAGGS

MARGARET SCOTT

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He is also Associate Sports Editor
on The Daily.
Knaggs - Jacobson
On Valentine's Day Clarissa May
Knaggs 'engagement to Bruce Ter-
rence Jacobson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold K. Jacobson, of Wyan-
dotte, was announced by her par-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Earl K. Knaggs
of Wyandotte.
Miss Knaggs is a senior in the
literary college. She is president
of Martha Cook Dormitory and a

member of the Modern Dance
Club.
Mr. Jacobson is a senior in the
School of Music and is a member
of Alpha Sigma Phi and Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia. He is also a mu-
sic critic for The Daily.
Scott - McCreight
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Scott
of Detroit announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Margaret
Lind, to Ronald Keith McCreight,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William R.
McCreight of Port Huron.
Miss Scott is a junior in the lit-
erary college.
Mr. McCreight is a senior in the
School of Business Administration.
He is a midshipman in the NROTC
program and will receive his com-
mission in June.
The wedding will be Sunday,
June 17 in the Lloyd Douglas
Chapel, Ann Arbor.

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UNADORNED DIAMONDS
For the last half century and more, the solitaire
or single diamond, has been traditional for the
engagement ring. At one time, it was set in high
prongs of yellow gold. The rings shown adhere
to the same simplicity - yet their mountings vary
in design as do the openings in which they are set.
Prices include Federal tax Charge or budget
Rings slightly enlarged to show detail

Events Around Campus

FROSH WEEKEND-The post-
er committee of the Maize Team
and the coeds in the skits and
stunts of the floorshow will meet
at 6:30 ,p.m. today in the League.
There will be a meeting of the
Blue Team publicity committee at
7 p.m. today and the decorations
committee at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
* * *
LANTERN NIGHT - All house
presidents or song leaders inter-
ested in participating in Lantern
Night may attend the meeting at

5:10 p.m. Tuesday in the Women
Athletic Building.
* * *
PASSOVER MEALS - Hilb
Passover meals will be served b
ginning tomorrow to Frida
Lunch will be offered at noon a
dinner at 6 p.m.
SENIOR SOCIETY SCHOLAR
SHIP - Applications for the $10
Senior Society scholarship may b
obtained at the League Undergrad
uate Office. Any second semest
junior or first semester senior ma
apply.

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