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FRIDAY, FEBR=UARY 15, 2957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIIE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIYK

Active Jean Scruggs Praises SGC

Parties, Winter Dances
To Highlight Weekend

By BEATA JORGENSOP
An infectious grin, a ger
interest in student governi
and a liking for coffee are
trademarks of Jean Seri
president of Assembly Associa
Jean, a pert junior in the
erary school, first became it
ested in student government v
she was a freshman and held
position of activities chairma
Hinsdale House.
"Then came one of my f
years, when I served on Asse:
Board in the capacity of pei
nel chairman," she recalled.
SGC Work
"It was in the fall of 1955,
ing as the personnel directo
the all-campus elections, wh
first became interested in Stu
Government Council," the e
omics major said.
And since then, Jean has
an active participant in SGC
fairs, this year serving as an
member.
"SGC is one of the most re
tic and finest forms of stt
government, and I am very
luctant to see its duties and
sponsibilities taken away,"
thoughtfully remarked.
Assembly Problems
"Assembly, which is the
ganization for all indepen
women on campus, is a sp
group with its own problems,
Committee

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JOKES
Do you enjoy playing
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UNION THEATER TRIP
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Apothecary Ball . . . twined with serpents which tbe-
Students will dance amid scenes longed to Aesculapius, god of
of "a modern pharmacy" at the, healing and is now the symool
Apothecary Ball from 9 p.m. to of the medical profession, will
midnight tonight at the League hang above the bandstand.
Ballroom. Proceeds of the dance will go
Don Kenney's Band will pio- to various Galens' activities in-
vide music for couples at the ninth cluding Children's Workshop at
annual all-campus dance of the the Hospital, the Scholarship and
pharmacy school. Decorations Loan Fund for medical students,
will depict the development of the annual Galens' lecture cnd Ga-
profession through the a;es. lens' student-faculty lounge in
Sorority Lambda Kappa Sig- the Hospital.
ma, fraternity Phi Delta Chi and * * *
the American Pharmaceutical As- Theme Parties ,
sociation are sponsoring the
dance. Proceeds will go to the To celebrate Valentine's Day,
Fresh Air Camp. many sororities and fraternities
Tickets may be purchased at have planned special parties.
the Pharmacy Building and at Members of Tau Delta Phi and
the door. their dates will dance tonight
* * * while a local disc jockey conducts
Caduceus Ball his program from the house. r0-
morrow night. Acacia will hold
Medical School will p.resent its 1 a semi-formal Valentine Dance.
annual Caduceus Ball from 9 p.m. Entirely different will be the
to 1 a.m. tomorrow evening in the "Bundle Parties" held at bota A-
Union Ballroom. pha Tau Omega and Theta Xi to-
The semi-formal dance, an an- morrow night.
nual event of Medical School, is Intellectuals will be honored at
sponsored by Galens, honorary Sigma Alpha Mu's "Bohemian
medical society, and is open to Party". Guests will have an op-
staff members of University Hos- portunity to view an art display
pital and to all students. while eating.
Eight men from the University Members of Phi Sigma Delta
Glee Club will provide entertain- will do a "Sophisticated Swing"
ment. During the intermission, with their dates while those of
comedian Bob Levin will present Psi Omega will hold a "Monte
his act. Carlo Party."
Parodies of professors drawn Pledges of Kapps Alpha 'Theta
by Don Kelly, will decorate the will be honored guests 0t "Theta
walls. A large caduceus, a rod en- Heaven Pledge Formal."

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Tickets $3.00 (Transportation

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Tickets on Sale
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ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT SCRUGGS . . . surprises even herself

being its president has been my
top University experience," she
or- said.
dent A bubbling blond, Jean usually
ecial attends about six official meet-
and ings a week in addition to "vari-
Chooses Coeds

For Cast of Annual JGP

ous and sundry committee mc et-
ings I manage to sit in on."
One of the greatest satisfac-
tions derived from her work in
activities is that of knowing and
working with the administration,
faculty and student body.
Coffee and Work
"The Assembly Board has
learned to drink coffee this year
if they like it or not," the coed
hailing from Wyandotte said.
On first appearance shy and
quiet, Assembly's president said
with regard to her future, "There
are a couple of leap years before
I'm too old!"j
Level-headed and open-minded,
Jean confessed, "Ever so often I
do something that surprises even
myself."

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Cast members for this year's
Junior Girl's Play, chosen by the
Central Committee during the
past week's tryouts are:
Leads: Joan Donovan, Carol
Sue Meeker, Judy Maxwell, San-
dy Dobrick, Sue Salkover, Beate
Kau'fuss, Diane Heidelmeyer, and
Nancy Wren.
Other Individual Parts: Kay
Eckerman, Ondra Gansser, Betsy
Alexander, Peggy Hall, Winnie
Wohllebe, Leslie Yoder, Pat Mor-
ton, Mary Lou Mo'nger, Carol Pal-
mer, Nancy Smith, Elynor Popo
vich, Ann Murphy.
Margaret Whinery, Arlene Koel-
bel, Judy Brush, Lois Lamdin,
Mary Anne Pahl and Terry Jelac-
sity.
Dancing Parts
Dancing Parts: Linda Brozan,
Ann Crossmen, Carol Domke,
Mary Jo DeWitt, Cathy Carrero,
Jo Jesson, Ann McDonald, Johni
Nagel, Judy Reynolds, Bev Scales,
Sally Simon, Nancy Wyle.
Judy Baer, Judy Engelke, Pat
Booze ,Sue Fox, Sue Goldman,
Carol Hotham, Jennie Gibson,
Polly Van Schoick, Shirley Todd,
Susan Whinery, Jean Carter,
Lynn Markus, Claire Lenz, Vera
Ptak, Carol Seidel, Sally Thayer,
Sara Jane Trythall.
Adele Busaid, Carol James, El-
len Jones, Rachel Tiedke, Joyce
Tobeler, Bunny Lifshey, Joan
Borgerding, Marianne Goes, Mary
Klauer, Gail Porath.
Singing Parts
Singing Parts: Peg Davis, Leslie
Dietz, Sandy Marx, Nancy Walser,
Barb Anderson, Arlene DeCook,
Ann Doerr, Marcia Flucke, Mari-
lyn Mehney, Maureen Isay, Vir-
ginia O'Connor, Ann Osborn.
Judy Owen, Gertrude Scheib,
Julie Dayton, Mary Lou Grand-

bois, Marty Belknap, Virginia
Haroutunian, Priscilla Montgom-
ery, Frances Sekles, Judy Wol-
gast, Ginny Myers, Sue Bobcean,
Jeannette Cameron, Margie Chew,
Sandy Edleman.
Jo Ann Marsh, Pat McFarland,
Kathy Mooney, Maude Nichthaus-
er, Ann Morrow, Barb Hansen,
Barb Koto and Kay Wheeler.
The cast will have its first
meeting at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow
in the League.
League to Hold
Bridal Clinic
A bridal clinic, planned Iy the
special projects committee of the
League, will be held from 1:30 to
4 p.m. tomorrow in the Hussey,
Michigan, and Vandenberg rooms
of the League.
This clinic is not only for
brides-to-be and bridesmaids, but
for all interested women.
Local merchants will display
china, crystal, silver, linens, and
other gifts. Pamphlets and other
information will be available.
Hilda Brief, a bridal consultant,
will speak at 2 and 3 p.m. She
will give tips on planning a wed-
ding and reception, and choosing
a trouseau. She will explain the
different types of weddings and
the chief duties of each member
of the bridal party.

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