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THURSDAY, MARCH 21,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Fairy Tales To Supply
y Theme for Michifish

-Daly-John Hirtzel
SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMERS-Intricate stroking and tricks will
be displayed by Michifish at their annual show this spring.

Coeds will display their aquatic
talents and tricks in "A Whale of
a Tale" to be presented by Michi-
fish, women's swimming group, at
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April
26 and 27 and at 3 p.m. Sunday,
April 28.
The theme is based on a "bop
version of Grimm's Fairy Tales."
Each number will portray a story
from the collection.
"Little Red and the Riding
Hoods," a comedy skit featuring
John Murphy, Michigan swimming
team diver, Ted Reissing, back
stroker, and members of Michifish,
will highlight the show.
Divers To Perform
The audience will also witness
a comedy diving act presented by
members of the Michigan swim-
ming team.
Michifins, preparatory g r o u p
for Michifish, will make their ap-
pearance for the first time in the
annual show to demonstrate their
skills in the art of synchronized
swimming. They will participate
in an act of their own and in the
finale.
Michifish made its first official
appearance about ten years ago
and has produced a show every
year since then. Originally, coeds
: swam as part of the Union Open
House spring program. This is
their fourth annual show in the
Women's Pool.
Sponsor Playdays
The swimming group's activities
are performances each year for
people outside the University. They
have sponsored several playdays

and, two years ago, an aquatic
festival.
Michifish joins with several
other colleges each year in play-
days. They also visit swimming
shows to get new ideas.
Members of the organization are
required to have almost perfect
form in the crawl, back crawl,
breast stroke and side stroke. They
must be able to perform the back
dolphin, kip, surface dives in pike
position and alternate ballet legs.
Tryouts held at the beginning of
the year are open to all coeds.
Women who wish training in syn-
chronized swimming skills may
join Michifins and improve their
skills.

Senate Hears
Coeds' Bid
For Positions
Yesterday the candidates for
junior. members of the Interview-
ing and Nominating Committee
gave their platforms and were
voted upon at the meeting of the
Senate, the legislative body of the
League.
The six women running for the
three available junior positions are
Lynn Allie, Gayle Burns, Jennie
Morgan, Mary Morris, Lenore Sar-
raf and Marsha Woughter.
In her speech Miss Allie stated
that there should be no set type
of person for any job.
Petition Important
Miss Burns stressed - the im-
portance of the petition. She be-
lieves that. the interview should
be used to discover the personality
of the petitioner, not to test her
knowledge of the committee.
The third candidate, Miss Mor-
gan, feft that this committee
should judge soundly and impar-
tially, considering primarily the
woman and her interest in thel
job for which she was petitioning.
Miss Morris stressed publicity as
the main problem of the Inter-
viewing and Nominating Com-
mittee.
Interest Needed
Miss Sarraff said that interest
should be stimulated in petition-
ing and that more personal con-
tact should be used in getting
women to petition.
In presenting her opinions, Miss
Woughter listed three important
areas: personal contact through
interviews, making unbiased deci-
sions in picking people for posi-
tions, and initiating more interest
through enthusiastic publicity.
This year the voting system has
changed. In the past these women
had been voted upon by all coeds
on campus. This year after hear-
ing these speeches, Senate mem-
bers voted on the women.
First Impressions
"Since these women will be
working in a situation where first
impressions are important this is
a change for the better," said Sue
Arnold, president of the League.
Others feel that since these
women are undercassmen and are
often not known, the opinion of
Senate would be more valid and
not biased on heresay
A third reason for the change
is the emphasis that it will place
on the senior positions of the
League.
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Parents AnnounceEngagements

the two-IoLd purpose of the Circle.
Selection of the rew members
will be made through recommen-
dations by house directors and
house councils. New members shall
be selected anct initiated before
League Installation Night. April 1.
Membership Limited
Membership wifl be limited to
those who are academically eligi-
ble and shall not exclude any

bly.
Provide Leadership
. The idea of an independent hon-
orary for coeds who have provided
leadership in the dorms and who
have given service to their resident
halls was conceived by the Assem-
bly Board this fall.
A committee of ADC members
worked out a constitution and
formulated the structure of Circle.

Hayman-Cheris
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Hayman Johnson-VanCtteren
of Syracuse, New York, recently The engagement of Helen Jorene
announced the engagement of Johnson to Gordon Frederick Van-
their daughter, Barbara Jo, to 'Otteren was recently announced
David Neil Cheris, son of Mr. and by Miss Johson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cheris: of Syracuse, Mrs., H. Howard Johnson of De-
New York. trolt, Michigan. Mr. VanOtteren
At present Miss Hayman is a is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
junior at Syracuse University, Col- Van Otteren of Grand Rapids,
lege of Liberal Arts. Miss Hayman Michigan.
transferred frem the University Miss Johnson is enrolled in the
last semester. She is affiliated with school of Dental Hygiene where
Sigma Delta Tau sorority. she is Secretary of her class.
Mr. Cheris graduated from Syr- Mr. VanOtteren is enrolled in
acuse University and is presently the School of Medicine. He is a
a student in the State University member of the Student American
College of Medicine in Syracuse. Medical Association.
A June wedding is planned. An April 24 wedding is planned.

Turner-Davidson
The engagement of Gayle Alice
Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Turner of Ferndale,
Mich., to George Charles Davidson
of Detroit was recently announced
by her parents.
Miss Turner is a Senior in the
School of Literature, Science, and
the Arts and is affiliated with
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority.
Mr. Davidson is a Senior in the
School of Literature, Science, and
the Arts and is affiliated with
Kappa Sigma fraternity.
An early fall wedding is planned.
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FROSH VEEKEND-Floorshow
tryouts for the Maize Team will
be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday,
from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and
from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the,

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League.
BLUE TEAM-Floorshow tryouts
for the Frosh Weekend Blue Team
will be held from 1 to 5 p.m.
Sunday and 6:30 to 10 p.m. Mon-
day in the League.
JOURNALISM HONORARY --
Theta Sigma Phi, women's jour-
nalism honorary, pledged Merrill
Martin whose name was omitted
from the list of pledges which was
publishea yesterday.

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