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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hatcher Open House
Will Be Given Today

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Hungarian refugee students will
be honored at the Hatcher home
from 4 to 5 p.m. this afternoon.
The Hatcher teas give the stu-
dents a chance to meet President
and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher and to
tour their home. 200 to 300 stu-
dents attend the two or three open
houses that the League and Union
help Mrs. Hatcher give each se-
mester. All students are invited to
attend the open house.
The League is responsible for
the hostesses and choosing the
pourers and honored houses. The
Union handles the publicity, in-
vites the hosts, and chooses en-
tertamment.
Honored Guests
The honored houses at today's
open house will be Alpha Delta
Phi, Chi Psi, Collegiate Sorosis,
and Couzens Hall.
The other houses to be repre-
sented are Freeman House, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Nu Sigma Nu,
Hillel Opens
New Positions
Petitions for Board
To Be Due March 25
Petitioning for positions on the
illel Student Government opene
today, Hillel President Burt Fain
man announced.
The Hillel Student Governmen
is composed of three bodies; th
executive board, the administrative
council, and the representative as-
sembly.
The five executive board mem-
bers formulate the policies of the
student community. It is composed
of the president, administrative
vice-president, executive vice-pres
ident, treasurer, and secretary.
Vice-Presidents Also Chairmen
The administrative vice-presi-
dent is the chairman. of the ad-
ministrative council and Is directly
responsible for the proper func-
tioning of its committees.
Along with his vice-presidentia
duties, the executive vice-presiden
is the chairman of the representa-
tive assembly.
The administrative council i
composed of the chairmen of com-
mittees, responsible for developing
and carrying out the Hillel pro
gram.
The committees are publicity
social, religious, cultural, supper
club, Hillelzapoppin', membership
inter-religious, United Jewish Ap-
peal, Hillel News Letter, athletic
and secretary. The council func-
tions as a planning group, using
the policies of the executive board
to build their program.
Petitions Due
Petitions for executive board
and administrative council may be
picked up at the Hillel office any
day between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
1 p.m. and 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. and
10 p.m.
The deadline for exeutive board
petitions is Monday, March 25. All
administrative council petitions
are due Monday, April 15. Appoint-
ments should be made for inter-
views with the nominating com-
mittee at the time petitions are
turned in.

Palmer House, Phi Kappa Tau.
Prescott House, Scott House, and
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Four girls from Victor Vaughn
who have formed a quartet will
entertain the guests at the Hatch-
er home. They call themselves the
Miss Chords and first won third
place at Gulantics.
Women To Pour
The following women were cho-
sen as pourers: Mrs. Jessica Han-
sen, Mrs. James A. Lewis, Mrs.
WIlbur K. Pierpont, and Mrs. Isa-
bel Quail.
Also pouring at the tea will be
Mrs. Mary Selden, Miss Margaret
Sloman, Mrs. Willis Thompson,
and Mrs. Mary Wood.
The members of the League's
social committee show stdents
the historic Hatcher home and
act as hostesses.
Begun in 1935
These teas were instituted in
- 1935 by President and Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven. Since then the
League has taken over the major
work of planning the teas.
The Hatcher home was built in
1850. It is the oldest building on
campus and is often called the
"Little White House".
When occupied by President
Ruthven, who was a noted author-
ity in the natural sciences, the
house had a closed patio between
e the living room and study, which
was kept full of plants and flow-
*ers of all kinds.
As is now tradition, each presi-
dent has the opportunity to have
e the home redecorated to suit his
own personal tastes and the con-
veniences and desires of his fam-
ily.
President Harlan H a t c h e r,
Seighth president of therUniversity,
SMrs. Hatcher and their two chil-
dren, Robert and Anna Linda,
- have occupied the home since 1951,
-Odonto Ball
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'To Be Held
, By Dentists
s "Pieces-O-Eight" will set the
scene for the twenty-third annual
Dental School dance, Odonto Ball,
- to be held from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday at the Union ballroom.
The room will be decorated with
two typical pirate scenes on each
end and a high scull and cross-
bones hanging from the ceiling.
From aboard a "pirate ship," the
mnusic of Red Johnson's Band-may
be heard.
A jazz band, consisting of dental
students, will entertain with Dixie-
land music during intermission at
the semi-formal dance.
Tickets may be purchased
through Don Carlson, ' general
chairman, at Dental School or at
the door.
Committee chairmen are Rich-
ard Hart, decorations; Walter
ICrowson, advertising; James Eas-
ley, program; and Ted Parkhurst,
entertainment. The dance is open
to all students.
Delta Sigma Delta, dental fra-
ternity, will sponsor a dinner dance
beforehand.

Parents Ani
Green-Herman
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Green of
Lotz Road, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mildred
Helen, to Thomas S. Herman of
Clarkston, son of Mr.Hand Mrs.
C. E. Herman of Ypsilanti.
Miss Green is enrolled in the
School of Nursing. Her fiance is a
graduate of the University and is
affiliated with Pi Tau Sigma and.
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
societies.
Plans for a June wedding are
being made.

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of Sault St. Marie have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Virgean Eleanor, to Fred James
Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Knight of St. Ignace.
Miss Rightmyer is a senior in
the School of Nursing.
Mr. Knight is a sophomore at
the Michigan College of Mining
and Technology.

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of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Porter of
Standish, was announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis
of Standish.
Miss Lewis is a senior in the

School of Nursing.
Mr. Porter is a senior at Central
Michigan College where he is a
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Plans are being made for a
June wedding.

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*!YISION Of
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WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY in cooperation with Ashridge
College, England, will offer as part of the 1957 Summer Session its
third Social Studies Seminar abroad. The Seminar party will fly, abroad
from Detroit on June 20th and return from Paris by air arriving in
Detroit August 29th, allowing ten weeks in Europe. Some six weeks
will be spent in a formal program in England. Following this several
possibilities for four weeks' travel in Britain or on the Continent are
available.
The Seminar carries 6 semester hours of graduate or undergraduate
credit in the Social Sciences. The price, exclusive of the four weeks
travel at the end of the summer is $742. Here is your opportunity to
travel inexpensively, to study foreign countries under competent
guidance, and to earn college credit all at the same time.
For full information write to
WESTERN MICHIGAN SOCIAL STUDIES SEMINAR, INC.
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN

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