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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Buro-Cats, Campus Honoraries
Announce Chairmen, Members

'U' Students To Participate in Aquatic Show

The University of Michigan will
be well represented when the
Washtenaw County Chapter of the
American Red Cross holds its Dia-
mond Jubilee Aqua Show at 8 p.m.

As the spring semester draws to
a close, new members and initiates
of various groups continue to be
announced.
Buro-Cats
The Women's League recently
appointed their new Buro-Cats Ad-
visory Board. New Board members
include, Arline Harris, chairman
of the activities committee; Donna
Wickham, chairman of league re-
search; and Sue Janetzke, chair-
man of the art committee.
Gerry Wise, chairman of the re-
Music Group
Ends Year
With Banquet
Members of the Men's Glee Club
held their annual banquet Monday'
evening at the Hillside Inn in
Plymouth, concluding a year of
varied activities.
At this time awards were given
to outstanding members of the
group. The Taylor Award pre-
sented each year to the individual
who has been most valuable to the
* club was awarded to Steven
Hauser, president of the Glee Club.
Seven Novelaire awards were
also .presented. Five were given to
outstanding seniors of the year,
Bill Hein, Tom Schill, Steven
Hauser, Bob Fritts and Oleg
Solanov.
Receive Honorary Awards
} Two honorary Novelaire awards
were received by acting director
.of the group, Walter S. Collins, and
past faculty business manager,
Walter B. Rea, Dean of Men.
Novelty awards were presented
to Jon Peterson who made the
outstanding error of the year, and
to Jack Leonard who was able to
stop rehearsals with a single com-
ment.
Highlights of the past year's
Glee Club work centered around
their summer European tour. Forty
members of the group spent almost
two months in Europe, presenting
16 concerts.
Tour Six Countries
Countries included on their tour
were Germany, Austria, Italy,
Switzerland, France and the Neth-
erlands.
' Last fall the group's annual
combined concert was given with
the University of Indiana's Glee
Club, while the University group
was also sponsor of Gulantics.
The second oldest Glee Club in
the country is under the acting
direction of Walter S. Collins,
while director Prof. Philip S. Duey
is in Europe on sabbatical leave.

ceptionist committee; and Fern
Frisby, chairman of the secretariat
were also announced as members
of the Advisory Board. Maureen
Isay, as second-vice-president of
the League, is chairman of Buro-
Cats.
Buro-Cats is a branch of the
secretariat of the League. Members
of this group act as helpers for
all League committees.
Buro-Cats is divided into five
branches including the secretariat,
receptionist, Senate research, art
and activities committees, The sec-
retariat group takes care of all
clerical and general office work
connected with the various class
projects.
Coeds on the Senate research
committee collect information for
discussion of all-campus issues at
weekly Senate meetings and are,
responsible for mailing this mate-
rial to the senators prior to each
meeting.
* * *
Zeta Phi Eta
Eleven new members of Zeta Phi
Eta, national speech arts frater-
nity for women were initiated at
a banquet which celebrated the
chapter's twenty-fifth year on the
University campus.
Membership in the honorary is

based on a major

or minor in the Saturday at the Ann Arbor High

field of speech, faculty recom.-
mendations and a better than de-
partmental average in speech
courses.
New initiates include, Sally
Blackman, Christine Crawford,
Carol DeBruin, Barbara Hollar,
Beverly Houghton, Eleanor John-
son, Dona Miller, Barbara Schoen-
holz, Alma Volpe, Naicy Ward and
Lenore Weiss.
Also initiated in recognition of
her outstanding achievement in
drama was honorary member,
Ethel Waters.
President of Zeta Phi Eta ror the
past year has been Eugenie
Reagen.
* *
Kappa Tau Alpha
New members of Kappa Tau
Alpha, journalistic honorary fra-
ternity for journalism majors in
the upper ten percent of their
class, will be initiated at the home
of Prof. Wesley Maurer of the
journalism department at 10 a.m.
on Sunday.
The initiates are Robert Ander-
son, William Beers, Philip Douglis,
marian Ellias, Jack Hoffman,
Robert Jones, James Kerwin, Rob-
ert McDivitt, Virginia Robertson
and Laird Wallace.

.
School pdol.
Participating in the show will
be the University swim team and
Recreation Month
Increasing leisure time and
years of prosperity have meant
more hours of recreation for
the average American.:
As a result publicly-owned
playgrounds, public recreation
agencies and the number of
professional recreation leaders
has jumped by leaps and
bounds.
Nextsmonth has been desig-
hated as National Recreation
Month by the National Recrea-
tion Association. It is during
June that playgrounds, beaches,
pools and summer camps will
be opening up.

Michifish, the synchronized swim-
ming group.
University coeds will be model-
ing in the water-wear fashion
show which stars Miss Dede Wil-
liams. The models are Ellie Love-
land, Jan Tinkham, Irene Heuser,
Marial Hulbert, Nancy Parish,
Mary de Tar and Trudy McKewen.
Miss Sally Miller of the Panhel-
lenic office has arranged for the
models.
Swim suits will be furnished by
a local shop.
Others appearing in the show
are Bruce Harlan and the Dillies.
From Michigan State Normal Col-
lege, the Roosevelt Sinkopators
will be directed in synchronized,
swimming by Miss Mary Irene
Bell.
The Tappan Junior High School'
swimming team and the Ann Arbor'
High School swim team will also
appear.
Paul Clifford, swimming coachl
at Ann Arbor High School, is
directing the show.

On the program are exhibitions'
of high diving, comedy diving,
water ballet, demonstrations in the
history of swimming and such
water safety skills as life-saving
techniques and small craft handl-
ing.
The public is invited to attend
the Aqua Show. As seating is limit-
ed, admission will be by ticket.
Tickets may be obtained free of
y F e

charge from the Red Cross office
in Ann Arbor.
IFC Ball Pictures
Formal pictures taken at In-
ter-Fraternity Council Ball may
be picked up at the Administra-
tion Building afternoons until
5:30 p.m. today through Wed-
nesday, and all day Thursday,

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Parents of University Coeds
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Tennis Winners
Winner of the all-campus
women's tennis tournament
Monday was Kay Weaver. She
won over Diane LaBakas, last
year's winner, by the score of
6-8, 6-2 and 9-7.

Walter-St. John
The engagement of Janet Jean
Walter to Richard Y. St. John,
son of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. St. John
of Pontiac, was recently announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Walter of Kalamazoo.
Miss Walter is a junior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with Alpha Delta:Pi.
Mr. St. John is a senior in the
School of Business Administration
and is a member of Delta Tau
Delta.

MacLean-Buehler
Captain and Mrs. C. R. Mac
Lean of Cheboygan recently an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Joan, to William S.
Buehler, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Buehler of Hastings.
Miss Mac Lean is a sophomore
in the literary college.
Mr. Buehler is a senior in the
literary college and, is a member
of Scabbard and Blade. He is in
the NROTC and will be commis-
sioned as Ensign in June.
They will be married a year from
this summer.

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