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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30,1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hatchers Will Hold Open House

In keeping with a tradition of
many years standing, Presidentj
and Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher will
open their home to students from
4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
First of the semester, the open
house is designed to give students,
especially freshmen and transfers,
the opportunity to meet the presi-
dent and his family on an infor-
mal basis.
As in previous years, several re-
sidence houses, fraternities and
sororities haye been accorded spec-
ial invitations, although everyone
on campus is invited to attend.
Invited Guests
Members of Delta Gamma, Sig-
ma Kappa, Alpha delta Pi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu,
Alpha Kappa Kappa and Psi Up-
silon are among those invited..
Residents of Stockwell Hall,
West Quad's Michigan, Chicago
and Adams houses, Huber house,
South Quad and Freeman and
Baldwin League Houses finish the
list.
Fresh from an appearance at
Varsity Night, the "Scotties" will
provide entertainment for the af-
ternoon.
Refreshments To Be Served
Punch and cookies will be serv-
ed as refreshment. Housemothers
pouring for the event will be Mrs.
Olive Atwood, Mrs. Millicent Neil,
Mrs. Mae Ufer, Miss Maude Dick-
erman, Mrs. Grace Cook, and Miss
Barbar Wykes.
Held early in President Alex-
ander Ruthven's 22 years of office
the open houses have become in-
corporated as a popular aspect of
student life.
Later the social committee of

the League and Union took over Noted for its lovely rooms, the
the task of organizing the informal Hatcher home, often called the
open houses, and since then men "Little White House," was origi-
and women students have served nally designed by an Eastern arch-
as hosts and hostesses for the af- itect to resemble the style pop-
fairs. ular in that region in the 1840's.
Panhel Announces Members
Of Pan-Helpers Committee

Panhel announces the members
for their new organization, Pan-
helpers.
Coeds who have been selected to
serve on'the Creative Corner Com-
mittee include Penny Reed, War-
rell Paeiotti, Paddy Kovacs and
Mary Jean Herter. Julie Wind-'
ham, Phyllis Young, Alice Rasmus-
sen and Terri Morgan will also
assist.
Pamela Keena, Sue Laurence
and Mimie Neely will help Chair-
man Nan O'Tool.
This committee will meet at 4
p.m. on Tuesday.
Other Members
Other coeds of this committee
will meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
At 4 p.m. on Tuesday the Info-
Investigators will have a meeting.
Those who compose this committee
include Sallie Steretu, Jennie Mor-
gan, Sally Beandslee and Char-
lotte Bopp.
Others serving include Mary Lou
Wishbuk, Ann Menmuir and Lynn
Allie.
At 4 p.m. Wednesday other
members of this committee will
meet.
Info - Investigators
Other women selected to serve
include Patti Kreul, Jean Fair-
burn, Norma Mueller, Mary Lou
Kieft and Judy Coburn. Sue For-
tier, Mary Tower, Joyce Phaneuf,
Kathryn Wilson and Barbara Joe
Cope will help.
Betsy Palmer, Jill Thompson,
Alice Royer and Carol Hecht will
assist, as will Mary Ann Loughery.

Shirley Babel, Pam Dexter and
Lesley Torcom.
Barbara Schiefler, DianeHeidel-
meyer, Jo Anne Scharbet and
Dorothy Newton will aid this
committee. Susan J. Stokes, Mary
Hodges, Mary Jean Forshel, Su-
san Taylor and Judy Martin will
also help with the reports.
Other women helping chairman
Carol Kirshner will be Wanda
Walgenbach, Barbara B i h I e r,
Christine Anderson and Marty
Coates. Pat Miller, Sue Cuen,
Mary Beth Wyee, Darlene Roose
and Margaret Moore will assist.
Additional Committee Members
Concluding members are Sara
Weiner, Carolyn Thomas, Eliza-
beth Erskine, Leonore Sarraf and
Joan Taylor.
The Stenographic Staff will be
composed of Andrea Laken, Ellen
Leonard, Diana Stafford and Dru
Ellis. Darragh Humphrey, Kitty
Bell, Carol Starkey, and Lois Cur-
tis will assist.
Marilyn Rignell, Lynda Genthe,
Sue Christiansen and Nancy Mor-
rison will aid chairman Kathy
Luhn. She will also be assisted by
Nancy Kendall, Sue Hattendorf,
Joan Logan, Pat Hund and Judy
Ross.
Molly Bowman, Lois Hendrick-
son, Sally Woonton, Karen Walt-
ers and Marcia Bryant will lend
their talents to this committee, as
will Lee Ann Price, Judy Mac Don-
ald and Marcia Murphy conclude
this dommittee will meet at 4 p.m.
Wednesday.

Hockey Club'
Loses Game
With MSU
By VIRGINIA ROBERTSON
In a rough and ready field hock-
ey meet last Friday, University
coeds were edged out in a close
game at Palmer Field with Mich-
igan State University, by a score
of 3-1.
Termed "the best college field
hockey event in this area in five
years" by two national referees
who umpired the game, 17 MSU
coeds made the trip to Ann Arbor
to achieve the victory.
Sally Lyon, manager of the Uni-
versity WAA-sponsored Hockey
Club, remarked that the Univer-
sity of Michigan team had beaten
the MSU coeds twice in the last
three years and that "they were
all out to win."
First goal of the game and lone
goal of the University team was
scored by Linda Johanning, dur-
ing the first half. Then Barbara
Jensen, MSU center forward, "hit
the jackpot" evening the score at
1-1.
The game remained tied until
the end of the second half when
the MSU team scored two more
goals to win the game.
Starting lineup for the Univer-
sity team were Robin Piatt, left
wing; Joan Thomas, left inner;
Miss Lyon, center forward; Liz
Metcalf, right inner; Betsy Alex-
ander, right wing; Miss Johan-
ning, left half, and Carol Sober-
man, center half.
Starting in the backfield were
Jane Abeshouse, left fullback and
Ann Shouvlin, right fullback with
Etta Saxe playing goalie.

Sigma Nu To Honor
ATO at Annual Dance
Annual White Rose Ball honor- semi-formal dance presented by
ing Alpha Tau Omega will be pre- sigmaluraernity.
sented from 9 p.m. to midnight Sigma Nu fraternity. r
Saturday in the League Ballroom. A reply is requested for each
ATOdreturns the honor by pre- house stating the number of tick-
senting its Blackfoot Ball for the ets needed.
Sigma Nu's later in the year. This year's dance will feature the
Every fraternity and sorority on music of Don Kenney and his Or-
campus has been invited to this chestra in the main Ballroom of
the League. while Carole Kennev

Coeds Wi I I Meet

CounciI

Members

At League Night'
The Vipmen's League will pre-
sent its annual "League Night"
on Thursday in the ballroom.
All new students will have an
opportunity at this event to meet
members of the League Council,
and to be introduced to the func-
tions and services which the
League performs.
There will be scenes from last
year's Frosh Weekend, Soph Scan-
dals and Junior Girls Play as well
as songs by the Psurfs, winners of
last year's Gulantics.
Mistress of Ceremonies for the
affair will be Hazel Frank, League
President.
After the program coffee will
be served, and informal get to-
gethers will be held in the Michi-
gan Room.
Pat Mooney, chairman of orien-
tation urges as many new fresh-
man women as possible to attend.
She also says that those fresh-
man coeds who missed signing up
for Frosh Weekend will be able to
do so at that time.

Soph Scandals
There will be a decorations
committee meeting as 5 p.m.
tomorrow at the League, and a
stunts committee and scenery
committee meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday.

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