* TUESDAY' APRIL 2,1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TUESDAY, APRIL 2,1957 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY
A nLRI'e K IV M&
League Announces Positions at In!
Grose and David Palm, posters;
and Karol Buchner and Ted Cohn,
-- Merit-Tutorial- .
- Merit-tutorial chairman will be
Sue Stokes and the two newly-
announced members will be Carol
Committee are Fanchon Blender,
Katherine Johson, and Dorothy
Schaffner. Junior positions will be
filled by Lynn Allie, Gayle Burns, I
and Marcia Woughter. Sarah Jane
Trythall will handle the job of
secretary, and Ann McDonald will
serve as chairman
CONGRATULATIONS-New officers were announced at the In-
stallation Night ceremonies held last night at the League. Former
officers greeted the incoming ones with speeches, responsibilities
and best wishes.
Installation Night, held last eve-
ning at the League, was the scene
of great excitement as speeches
were given and new officers, schol-
arships and awards were an-
League Officers ...
Heading the League next year!
will be Marylen Segel, president;
Jeanette Cameron, vice president,
and Barbara Maier,.second vice-
president. Other officers will be Jo
Anne Marsh, secretary and Nancy
WAA Positions .. .
Charlotte Haller announced the
WAA positions as follows: Sally
Eckwald, life saving corps; Helen
Koefoed, basketball and Judy
Kessler and Jim Purcell, rifle.
Other committees will be headed
by Jane Prindeville, Michifish;
Sylvia Haisley, ice skating and El-
lan Orenstein, golf.
Helena Palmer will take charge
of field hockey; Sheila Burke will
be -chairman of fencing and Anna
Mapes will be chairman of bowl-
ing. Ballet will be under the direc-
tion of Sandy Bader and Bill.
Crummett; public relations will be
directed by Peg Davis, and Ann
O'Neal will serve as The Daily re-
Other positions announced in-
clude Jan Barber, dormitory
chairman; Mariel Bennett, soror-
ity manager and Dorothy Mallett,
A.F.C.W. representative. Serving
as treasurer will be Carolyn Ros-
enbaum; as secretary, Norma
Clarke and as co-recreational
manager, Shirley Miekka.
LuAnne Austin will be president
of the organization. Jo Manning,
vice president, will handle student
relations and Jane Abeshouse, vice
president ,will take care of special
New Panhel officers will be
Marilyn Houck, president; Dianne
Duncan and Mary Tower, first and
second vice presidents respective-
ly and Mimi Ryan, secretary.
Other positions are Charlotte
Bopp, treasurer; Elizabeth Ware,
rushing chairman with Cynthia
Cross as her assistant; and Vera
Ptak, counselors chairman. Con-
cluding the list are Beverly Bleak-
ley, assistant counselors chairman;
Barbara Sutliff, public relations;
and Pamela Dexter, secretarial;
Carol DeBruin, the retiring Pan-
hel president, announced the Pan-
hellenic scholarship winners as.
Mary Klawson and Nancy Farrell.
It was announced that Delta
Gamma's pledge class had the
highest scholastic average. The
house with the highest average is
Sigma Delta Tau.
Jean Scruggs announced the
following Assembly positions:
Fort Nite, Pat Marthenke, pub-
lic relations, Mary Lou Anteau;
social, Bobbie Bank; activities and
scholarship, Martha Kinley; big
sister, Marjorie Shook; special
projects, Elsie Shearer;
Treasurer, Ann Carlend; secre-
tary, Monteen Johnson; second
vice president, Ruth Alkema; first
vice president, Margaret Brake;
and president, Betsy Alexander.
Junior Girls' Play .
Mollie Dwan announced new
Junior Girl's Play positions as fol-
Assistant dance, Janet Hammer
and Mary Jean Herter; dance,
Judy Harbeck; choral director,
Sally Olnsted; ushers, Joan Hig-
gens; tickets, Helen Schultz; pro-
grams, Sally DeBolt; assistant
make-up, Bev Harling; makeup,
Assistant costumes, SuDiane
Nolte; costumes, Ginny Neffner;
assistant scenery, Sally Bushalla;
scenery, Sue Bailey; assistant
props, Carol Wray; props, Barb
Script, Carol Luse; Daily pub-
licity, Shirley Berkowitz; campus
publicity, Sylvia Phelps; stunts,
Alicia Sue Cuen; posters, Suzie
Janetzke; general publicity, Mar-
Director, Sue Hattendorf; sec-
retary, Phyllis Young; treasurer,
Barbara Sutliff; assistant general
chairman, Barbara Scheibler; and
general chairman, Penny Rey-
Soph Show .. .
Women's positions on Soph
Show were announced and they
were combined with the men's po-
sitions into co-chairmanships.
Adrienne Richards and Lawrence
Velvel will handle the general
chairmanship, while Toby Stern
and Robert Shaye will do the di-
Other co-chairmanships are
publicity, Marcia Keller and Allan
Nachman; treasurer, Barbara Ros-
be and Keith Kussmaul; secre-
tary, Sylvia Engle and Gerald We-
ber; and programs, Nancy Moore
and David Metzner.
Productions will be handled by
Amy Morrow and Teague Jack-
son; makeup, Carol Shapiro and
Terry Thure; costumes, Lois Wur-
ster and Martin Newman; music,
Joan Knoertzer and Irwin Gage
and dance, Kathy Deutch.
The sub-chairmanships went to
Lynn Schoonmaker, props; Hal
Randelman, stage crew; Judy
Handschumaker and Shirley Todd.t
House Committee . .. .Awards . .
Janet O'Brien will be the new Winners of the
chairman of the House Commit- mick Recognition
tee. Barbara Randall was an- Marylen Segel, Ma
nounced as a member. Julie Fahnestock. M4
nounced new mem
Social Committee . . . scholarship winner
Chairman for the Social Com- I well.
mittee will be Barbara Jones; as- The Alpha Omic
sistant chairman, Barbara Holm- nity Service trophy
berg, and the members will in- pha Epsilon Phi,a
clude Jean Chapman, Judy Jus- Epsilon received h
tice, Jenny Morgan, Carolyn Ca- tion. Alice Louie an
mer and Donna Taflin. are the scholarship
Intrnat'l Committee ll award. Scroll
I nt mt I C mmitee also announced.
The chairman of the Interna- Rut- Alkema w
tional Committee will be Nancy Society scholarshi
Colwell and the new members will Delta scholarship
be Eloise Eberhardt, Cynthia List- Constance Fatiou,
er and Margaret Quick. and Catherine Cla
Public Relations . . . Awards were ann
Serving as Public Relations plea Lambda Delta
chairman will be Sandy Lovre, and members of Wyve
the new members include Connie tioned.
Campbell, Ann Crossman, Betsy 1
Curry, Joan Machelski, Ann tr- ' jI I r
schel and Jane Neelands. iI e E
Community Service.. .
Linda Hepburn will be the Com- N ew O f
munity Service chairman; Mari-
anna Strook, assistant chairman;
and the members include Joan Dick Asch was el
Beris, Ann Orebaugh, Judy Rich- of the Hillel Studer
ards, Barbara Serena and Kuniko last Sunday in the
Tkemori. annual executive el
Other new mei
Special Projects.ote nwmn
EtelBa taj, Lnn . . board are Robert S
Ethel Buntman, Lynn Dykeian, vice president; Be
Marcia Murphy, Liz Streeter, and ministrative vice p
Judy Webster are the new mem- old Lubin, treasure:
bers of the Special Projects Com- Fischman, secretar
mittee. formulate Hillel po
Executive Secretary... and coordinate th
Executive S e c r e t a r y Nancy the assembly.
Bausch 'named newly-elected Sue The governmen
Hill to the position. three bodies, the Ex
Orientation . . . the Administrative.
Linda Green was named chair- council is compose
man of orientation, and Beverly of the various comn
Harling and Janet Lackner will ing social, religious,
make up her committee. licity, Hillelzapoppin
Hillel Players and
Parlametarin 9 Appeal.
Julie Fahnestock was named The council, alon
new parliamentarian by the re- ministrative Asseml
signing head, Joyce Reuben. . fmsraieAemP
'Sf mebr fr m&J ~J
ry Klauer andt
bers and their
r, Nancy Col-
ron Pi Commu-
y went to Al-
and Delta Phi
d Vera Khoury
winners of the
on the Senior
P. Delta Delta
nounced by Al-
and the new
rn were men-
embers of the
lle Bizno, Ad-
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ry. They will
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New members to Judiciary Com-
mittee were announced, with Sue
Evely, Karen Nelson, and Mary
Ruterford taking over the sopho-
more positions, and Sarah Drasin,
Betty Fries, Jio Anne Hodgeman,
and Kay Yonkers filling the ju-
nior positions. Vice chairman will
be Louise Warshauer, and chair-
man will be Alice Louie.
Nominating - - -
New sophomore members to the
Interviewing and N o m i n a t i n g
on campus, plans a
the year's Hillel pr
Petitioning is now
sitions on theE
Council. Petitions n
up at the secretary'
lel Foundation andj
in by Tuesday, Apri
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