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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESIDAY_ M A4 1I I ONA

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EAGUE PRESIDENT:
hone Still Ringing for Hazel Frank

By DONNA HANSON
Hey Haz, telephone again."
Yeah, yeah, would ya tell 'em
hold on a minute?"
uickly ending a telephone con-
sation on her private phone
her dorm room, Hazel Frank,
past president of the League,
to talk to the waiting party
the hall phone.
ven though her reign of League
sident has ended, serenity has
returned to her "second office"
Eelen Newberry where the 21-
r-old speech major still carries
activities with the League board
governors, Student Activities
Mding Committee and. as un-
cial counselor for dorm resi-
its.
Dial NO 2-2513
TWO TOP HITS
I AN JOHNSON

Although the senior from Tom's
River, N. J. came to the University
to study radio and television work,
the seems to be excelling in a
course named "Extra-curricular
activities 159."
Freshman Activities
Hazel set out on her activities
road when, as a freshman, she
lived in Prescott House, East Quad.
"We had nothing-no quiet hours,
not even any judicial setup." She
was promptly elected chairman of
the house judiciary and then presi-
dent of the house.
Then after being appointed a
member of Student Legislature for
two months, Hazel claimed it was
a "toss up" between more work
in SL or the women's Assembly.
Because of her work at Prescott,
Hazel chose Assembly and was
later elected president.
"I decided then to take it easy
my senior year-until somebody
put a bee in my bonnet, so I ran
for League president. I got it and
here I am still . . ." The telephone
rang again. Hazel sighed a little
and said, "Pardon me a second;
will ya?"
Naturally, she was smoking a
cigarette, but it only comes second-
ary in importance to telephone
conversations.
SGC Member
As president of the League, Hazel
was an ex-officio member 4f Stu-
dent Government Council where
one of her co-workers lauded Hazel
as a girl "who never dealt with an
issue having a preconceived idea
and was very logical in her think-
ing. Besides," David Baad, '56,
Managing Editor of The Daily
added, "she laughs at my jokes
and switched me to filtered cigar-
ettes."
Janet Neary, '58, vice-president
of SGC, sized up the brown-eyed,
dimpled senior as "one of the very
best SGC members.
"Hazel -was interested in the
Council's function to an extent
that most ex-officio members

"THIS CHARLES ADAMS'
CARTOON IS A SCREAM."

aren't. She was a leadey in debate
and one of my favorite people."
Innate Qualities
Because modesty is one of Hazel's
more innate qualities, Judy Jennis,
'56, a close friend, was plied for
more information. "You've got to
say something about how much
she loves people. Everybody goes
to her with problems."
Miss Jennis commented on
Hazel'spower of oratory with "she
can really capture an audience
and whether she's with members
of the University's administrative
body or with kids in the dorm, she
knows how to talk to them. And
Hazel's never snobbish." Then she
smiled and added, "Except with
me, but that doesn't count."
Although her oratorical ability,
has been proclaimed by many of
her friends, Hazel recalled an inci-
dent this year When this ability
was greatly impaired. It happened
at the Senior Night dinner where
Hazel was sitting at the head table
with the rest of the night's digni-
taries.

"ANYONE FOR TENNIS?"
"They had those tiny 'hard' rolls
which I like very much-and I had
broken off a little piece to eat.
And then all of a sudden my jaw
became dislocated."
'Luckily Dr. Bell was there so
as inconspicuously as possible, I
slipped over to her and she fixed
it for me. Then I returned and
finished eating the roll."
Activities Bldg.
Working on the Student Activi-
ties Building, Hazel assisted in
planning the student offices which
are tc be housed in the new build-
ing. "I'll never forget that," she
smiled. "We planned the student
offices bigger than those of the
Dean of Women and Dean of Men.
I'll never live that one down."
As for future ;plans, Hazel has.
a tentative job in New York and a
date with a boy named Joe at the
marriage license bureau in Sep-
tember.-
"Then I plan on . . ." The tele-
phone rang again. "Just wait a
minute will you?" she pleaded as,
she picked up the receiver.

HY'R1JSeeks
To'Educate'
Prejudiced
An end to racial or religious dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity is the aim of the Human
Relations Board.
Under the auspices of Student
Government Council, the board
uses "educational persuasion" inC
attempting to bring a discrimina-
tory practice to an end, according
to Sue Levy, '56, Board chairman.
The board usually begins in-
vestigating a case on receipt of a
complaint against a local busi-
ness, University agency orastudent
group.
If the complaint is verified, the
board sends representatives to the
person involved, questioning him
on the discriminatory practices.
While reasons given vary great-
ly, the Board responds by trying
to dissuade the person from dis-
criminating.
Steady "educational pressure" is
applied, often with results con-
sidered gratifying by board mem-
bers.
Four or five positions on the
board for next year are now open.
Petitioning for them ends today.
Petitions are available in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs, 1020 Ad-
ministration Building.
The board is one of the most
valuable and important on cam-
pus," Miss Levy said. ;'It's been
quite successful in the past, and its
continued success depends on the
maintenance of qualified people
serving on it."
IHC Petitioning
Inter-House Council Administra-
tive Vice-President Drake Duane,
'58, announced yesterday that pe-
titioning is now open for IHC judi-
ciary and committee chairman-
ships.
Petition forms may be obtained
from any quadrangle president or
house president or at the IHC of-
fices, Petitioning closed Friday.

MICHIGAN DAILY
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AVIS RENT-A-CAR OR TRUCK for local
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Motor Sales, Inc., 210 W. Washington
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'WANTED TO BUY
PORTABLE, electric, 3-speed record
player. Phone Univ. ext. 519, Mon.,
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FURNISHED three room apartment
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. )42D
NEWLY REMODELED apartment for
two or three persons. Complete kitch-
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off campus. Available June 15 to
Aug. 31. Call Gib or Dave Cooper,
NO 3-4187 after 6:30. )62C
SPORTS
Hi, Mr. & Mrs. Golfer
Visit Michigan's most well stocked Pro
shop. Anything and everything for the
golfer! Beginner's sets, 2 woods, 5
irons, nice bag. $79 value $57.50; shag
balls (repainted) $2 doz. Add to your
present set with some of my wide se-
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and putters, utility clubs. Extra spe-
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BOB APPLEGATE'S
Golf & Gift Mart
Located at Municipal Golf Course
Phone NO 8-9230
)20S
MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE now open
for playing. 1519 Fuller Road. )21S
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
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South Main, NO 8-7590. )44J
'RICHARD, MADDY -- VIOLINMAKER.
Fine, old certified instruments and
bows. 310 S. State. NO 2-5962. )31J
New Atlas Tires
6.70x15, $15.95; 6.00x16, $13.95; 760x15,
$19.95 (exchange price plus tax)
Hickey's Service Station
Cor. N. Main & Catherine. NO 8-7717
)42J
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERINGS
205 N. Main 207 E. Washington
Headquarters in Ann Arbor for:
Armstrong linoleum and tile
NO 3-8321 . NO 2-9418
Complete floor coverings shops
Mohawk and Bigelow carpets
Guaranteed installation or
"do-it-yourself."
)36J
PERSONAL
ATTENTION: Give him Esquire only $4
a year. Give her Lad. Home. Jr., 21
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Student Periodical, No. 2-3061. )164F
ROBERT OWEN House is sponsoring an
open house Sunday, April 29th from
2-5 P.M. Open to all1students. )163F
ELECTRIC ORGAN for responsible par-
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can be seen in this locality. Write
Credit Manager, box 5152, Southfield
Station, Det., Mich. )162F
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
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Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single-breasted, $18, or new silk sliawl
collar, $25. Write to Michaels Tailor-
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gan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776. )118F

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Sprowl. P'ease return to Louise
Sprowl, 860 Oxford Rd. Phone NO
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Come out today to the BIG NEW lot
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Phone NO 3-4197
Open evening till 8
1949 PONTIAC Tudor; black, radio,
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or New Jersey June 9 or 10 or one
ride June 7 or 8 .Call 6047 Lloyd or
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MUSIC FOR THE MAY FESTIVAL

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Recordings 6f the Philadelphia Orchestra
Eugene Ormandy, conductor
Zino Francescatti, Byron Janis, etc.
Pocket Scores to the Major Works

Congregational and Disciples Guild:
Mid-week Tea, today, 4:30 p.m., Guild.
House, 524 Thompson.
* * s
Deutscher Verein: The movie, "The
Wonderful Times" (Herrliche zeiten)
will be shown tonight, 8:00 p.m., Archi-
tecture Auditorium. Admission is 50c;
members will be admitted free upon
show of membership card.
* * *

WCBN-SQ: Meeting, May 3, Rm. G
103, South Quad, 7:15 p.m. Election of
officers for the fall semester. All
active members are required to attend
or submit an excuse to NoraLea Paselk,
Martha Cook, before the meeting.
* * *
Westminister Student Fellowship:
Open House, today, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
"Question Box" discussion at 4:45 p.m.,
Presbyterian Student Center.
Seminar on "Jeremiah," May 2, 4:10
p.m., League.
Vespers, Mya 2, 7:15 p.m., Presby-
terian Student Center.
Young Democrats: Professor James
Meisel of the Political Science Dept.
will speak, tonight, 7:30 p.m., Michigan
League.

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Hillel Foundation: 'Elementary He-
brew Class, tonight, 8:00 p.m., Hillel.
Lecture, May 2, 8:00 p.m., Hillel. Dr.
Frank F. Rosenthal, Rabbi, Temple
Emanuel, Oak Park, Mich., will speak
on "The Post-Talmudic Literature."
Undergraduate Mathematics Club:
Praofessor Samuelson will speak tonight,
7:340 p.m., Rm. 3201 Angell Hall.

508 East William St.

NO 8-7515

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De-Slalinization - What Does it Mean
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