MIDAY, MAY 19, 1956
'T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY RAGE nv!
Offered 'U' Women
Parents of University Coeds
Reveal Engagement Plans
47 Students Selected
As American Friends
MARY BETH GODFROY
When applying for summer jobs,
University students are quite fre-
quently met with a frustrating
situation; employers need em-
ployees but they don't want them
This is usually true in such oc-
cupations as camp counselors and
playground directors. To give
Places for You and Your Date
To Go This Weekend
Cinema Guild offers "Tight Lit-
tle Island" with Basil Rathford
and Joan Greenwood at 7 and 9
p.m. tonight at the Architecture
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Any interested students may
take part in the Union Bridge
Tournament, whcih will be held at
7:45 p.m. tonight in the Union.
Prizes will be awarded to the win-
Richard Maltby and his Orches-
tra will play for fraternity mem-
bers and their dates at the IFC
Ball, scheduled for 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight in the League Ballroom.
Tickets may be purchased at the
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A splash party at the Women's .
Pool tomorrow afternoon will end
Greek Week for University affil-
young women the training and ex-
perience required, the Women's
Physical Education Department of-
fers them a recreational leader-
ship course during the spring
Organization of the course oc-
curred in 1935 as the result of de-
mands for "trained" leaders.
These leaders were expected to be
Since not many people m a k e
camp counseling their life's work,
there was no course of studies
directed toward this end. Con-
sequently, the need for such a
course was realized and filled.
Apply for Course
Coeds wishing to enroll in the
recreational leadership class must
submit applications. Recommend-
ations are sought for each woman'
before she is accepted. Only 60
students can be accommodated.
Classes meet for two hours on
Friday afternoon. During t h e
course of the semester a wide
range of activities are covered.
These range from song leading and
handicraft to nature studies and
Each coed at one time during
the course is a member of a teach-
ing committee. She is assigned to
teach one activity to the rest of
Help With Projects
Each member, also, works on a
volunteer pioject in Ann Arbor.
They assist regularly each week
in such activities as the G i r 1
Scouts, YWCA, Dunbar Center,
and at University Hospital.
JOAN LERNER COE COOKSON
Joan Carole Lerner's engage-
ment to Charles William Beattie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William G.
Beattie of Detroit, was recently
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin H. Lerner of Cas-
tro Valley, Calif.
Miss Lerner is a junior in the
School of Nursing and is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Beattie is a senior in the
School of Business Administration
and is affiliated with Alpha Tau
Coe Walker Cookson's engage-
ment to Pfc. Thomas E. Davis, III,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Davis of Jacksboro, Tex., was re-
cently announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cookson of De-
Miss Cookson is a sophomore in
the literary college. She is a grad-
uate of Liggett Girls' School in De.-
Pfc. Davis is now stationed at
Gross Isle Army Base. After his
discharge in February, 1957, he
plans to attend the University of
An afternoon wedding has been
planned for June 16 at the Bush-
nell Congregational Church in De-
Members of the Student Bar
Association Auxiliary will hold
a luncheon meeting at 1 p.m.
tomorrow. Those who wish to
attend may call Mrs. Smalley at
New memberships to the "Amer-
ican Friends" committee, sponsor-
ed by the Women's League, were
Members include Brenda Acker-
man, Judy Adams, Jane Andrews,
Judy Bleiweiss, Jane Briggs, Mar-
ilyn Damsky, Diane Dowsette and
Others are Bertha Epstein, Doris
Esch, Gwynne Finkleman, Gloria
Fowler, Margaret Galdonyi, Linda
Green and Marilyn Harris.
Continuing the list are Carol
Hecht, Joyce Hillig, Jane Hodgson,
Carole James, Alice Joseph, L i1 a
,Kaplan, Cynthia King, and Sarah
Kolin. Betty Lee, Barbara Lewis,
Jan McAfee, Barbara Maier, Diana
Marcus, Pat Marthenke, B a b s
Meyerson and Bea Minkus were
also selected to be "American
More New Members
Also included are Marilyn Na-
than, Dorothy Newton, Maude
Nichthauser and Priscilla Oppin-
heim. Other coeds chosen are
Mary Anne Pahl, Alice Pollack,
Marilyn Perlman, Sue Raunheim
and Joyce Reuben.
Gertrude Scheib, Sally Scheu,
Diane Semanske, Polly Van
Schoick, Donna Wickham, Winnie
Wohllebe, and Kay Yonders com-
plete the list of new members.
A mass meeting for the commit-
tee will be held at 5 p.m. Monday
at the League. Anyone who can-
not be there should call Sue Sturc.
The "American Friends" com-
mittee is organized to make stud-
ents from abroad feel more at
home here at the University. Coeds
will receive the names and ad-
dresses of the foreign coeds from
Will Explain Campus Life
They will then write to their
friends from abroad explaining thej
clothing and supplies they will
need, activities and life in general
here at the University.
Helping their friends to go shop-
ping for clothes and books, and
also including them in activities
with other American students will
be just a few of the ways in which
these new members will orientate
them into campus life.
Today is the last day that
twelve-inch long playing re-
cords of the Junior Girls Play
may be purchased at the League
Ga Y -
Two Semesters of Study and travel
through 8 countries ......$1780.
For those American students who
aspire to a broader education
through foreign study and travel,
the Institute of European Studies
dedicates its program.
Students live in Austrian homes
and attend the English taught
courses offered by the University of
Price covers: round trip ocean pas-
sage. Room and board in Vienna,
and while travelling. Travel costs,
Tuition and registration fees at the
University of Vienna for two se-
Travel through: Holland, Belgium,
France, Italy, Germany, Spain,
Morocco and Austria.
Sailing date: September 8, 1956.
SS Zuiderkruis, from New York.
June 15, 1956
For free brochure explaining this
program, send this coupon to:
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