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March 05, 1958 - Image 5

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Panhellenic Announces Women in Spring Pledge Clas:

SWAMPED--Courses in outdoor sports and swimming are offered
to University students who are already dreaming of summer
vacation.
University, Red Cross
Prep are for Summer
By SUE ROBINSON - -

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Getting ready for summer the
women's physical education de-
partment and the Ann Arbor chap-
ter of the American Red Cross
are offering courses in outdoor
living and water safety.
Water Safety.
The Red Cross will sponsor a
water safety instructor's course be-
ginning Thursday, March 27, at
Tappan School.
"Because of popular demand, we
wer'en't able to accommodate all of
the requests for the course offered
by the University," said Kathryn
Luttgens of the physical educa-
tion department.
The' first part is devoted to im-
proving personal skills. and the
second to teaching.
Men and women who have their
senior life saving certificate and
are 18 years old or older are .eli-
gible.
Outdoor Sports
For the first time,; the women's
physical education department is

offering a course in outdoor edu-
cation.
The class itself helped plan the
program which is divided into an
indoor and outdoor section.
During the first half of the
semester the class will concentrate
on riflery and firearm safety, the'
fundamentals of canoeing and
fishing skills and orienteering -
working with a compass and map
reading.
The outdoor section will be the
last half of the course. During this
period the class will concentrate
on camping skills, weather knowl-
edge and predications, the basics
of astronomy, first aid, games and
stunts, archery and crafts.
There are 17 students enrolled
in the class, fulfilling their physi-
cal education requirement. The
only prerequisite for the course
is to being able to swim.

Five hundred and eighty women.l
took part in pledging ceremonies
in the 21 sororities on campus last
Sunday after a month of rushing.
The following women took the
pledge oath:
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Pam Anderson, '61; Marylu Atherton,
'61; Kathy Bean, '61; Joan Bedortha,
'61; Ardetta Bissey, '61; Carolyn Brunk,
'61; Marianne Chardoul, '61; Jeanne
Dewey, '61; Judy Dukesherer, '61; Jean
Greimel, '61; Peggy Heiges, '60; Carol
Larson, '61; Diane Lieneau, '61; Marcia
Milanowski, '59; Arlene Miholancan, '59;
Mary Mumau, '61; Linda O'Connor, '61;
Carole Perkins, '61; Linda Robinson,
'60; Mary Scott, '61; Carol Simpson, '60;
Chris Teppo, '61; Mary Beth Tietjens,
'61; Judy Webster, '60; Laurel Benn, '61.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Linda Adams, '61; Judith Blake, '61;
Cynthia Blanchard, '60; Mary Linda
Bratton, '61; Ann Brueggemann, '61;
Judith Butzin, '61; Judith Chapman,
'61; Toby Chapman, '61; Geraldine Den-
nis, '60; Diane Franjac, '60; Aileen Gatt,
'61; Sharen Hickey, '61; Susan Holstein,
'61; Cheryl Howard, '60; Carol Landis,
'59; Sandra Littlefield, '61: Carolyn
Long, '61; Marilyn Long, '60; Lenore
Maloney, '61; Sandra Maring, '61; Sonia
Matthews, '61; Arleen Merkle, '60; Jac-
queline Nelson, '61; Marilyn Novotny,
'60; Betty Ports, '61: Patricia Raubin-
ger, '60; Marjorie Rusciolelli, '61; Judy
Savage, '61; Alice Scafide, '61; Lynn
Schultz, '61; Judy Snelling, '61; Anna
Svenson, '61; Jill Whisler, '61; Marcia
Wiegand, '61; Doranne Wilson, '61;
Katie Woodward, '61; Pauline Yeagley,
'61.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Elaine Ash, '61; Jane Baum, '59; Shir-
ley Braack, '61; Rochelle Caplan, '61;
Gail Cahn, '61; Nancy Cohen, '61; Ju-
dith Doner, '61; Barbara Golboro, '61;
Barbara Greenberg, '61; Patti Heyman,
'61; Jayne Kay, '59; Barbara Klivans,
'59; Barbara Kriser, '61; Denise Lande,
'61; Enid Lappin, '61; Marilyn Marsh,
'61; Andrea Maydeck, '61; Sharon No-
vak, '61; Mary Kay Office, '61; Jane
Oxenhandler, '60; Tama Peltz, '61;
Naomi Ross, '59; Sandra Ruch, '60;
Anita Rudolph, '61; Marjory Sachs, '61;
Nancy Schalnick, '61; Susan Schwartz,
'61; Phyllis Shapiro, '60; Dale sifiin,
'61; Ellen Weisberger, '61; Lynne Wex-
ner, '61.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Judith Brown, '61; Linda Clark, '61;
Nancy Grinzi, '60; Diana Dimitruk, '60;
Gretchen Gettel, '61; Frances Garrison,
'60; Yolan Horvath, '60; Suellen Keller,
'61; Joy Kersheske, '60; Janis Kimball,
'60; Judy Kurtz, '61; Judith Lauffer,
'60; Nancy Link, '60; Lois Miller, '61;
Jiudth Pilkington, '60; Nancy Reik, '61;
Elsa Ruedy, '60; Sharon Snyder, '61;
Susan Styrlander, '61; Gi Voight, '59;
Sally Williams, '61; Judith Wilson, '60;
Ann Peterson, '61.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Jo Ann Adams, '61; JoAnne Albert-
son, '61; Jeanne Atkinson, '60; Betty
Bailey, '61; Patricia Bourke, '61; Phyl-
is Boyce, '61; Elena Ching, '59; Marcia
Dalbey, '61; Effie Daley, '61;_ Kay
Krahnke, '59; Barbara Miller, '61; Don-
na Monroe, '61; Priscilla Mount, '61;
Barbara Niehaus, '61; Carol Osborn, '61;
Marianne Phelps, '61; Helen Shenk, '61;
Janet Sokup, '60; Sue Vander Weg, '61;
Joan Voss, '61; Kathleen Walsh, '61;
Jean Woodburns; '61.
ALPHA PHI
Winifred Allen, '61; Mary Boettcher,
'61; Susan Campbell, '61; Carey Charles,
'60; Evelyn Cohler, '61; Kay Currier, '61;
Karen Egly, '61; Judy Gardhouse, '61;
Alexanne Grossman, "61; Judy Her-
rick, 161; Sheilah James: '61; Susan
Laansma, '61; Carolyn Lucas, '61; Janet
Miller, '61; Nancy Murfin, '61; Joanne
Nelson, '61; Judith Nelson, '61; Carolyn
Osborn, '60; Lynne Palmquist, '61; Joan
Paulson, '61; Ellen Pearson, '61; Mary
Pullen, '61; Linda Rakas, '61; Sylvia

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40ci'b Campu4

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COFFEE HOUR-Sponsored by'
the Faculty Women's Club and
University Club from 4 to 5:30
p.m. today in the quarters of the'
University Club in the Union.
* * *
CIRCLE--Residence hall honor-
ary will meet at 8:30 tonight at
the League.

Positions Open
For Talent Tour
Places for American and foreign
talent in the International Spring
Talent are still available, says
William West, counselor at the
International Center.
The students will present shows
in several Michigan communities
April 7 through April 12..
Community groups will sponsor
the students in each town and
provide rooming. Interested stu-
dents may contact West in Rm-.
18 of the International Center.

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A Campus-to-Career Case History

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Roy Vaughn (left) discusses a central office power installation with Switchman R. F. Heider.
"I like (and get)'start-to-finish'
engineering assignments"

"When it comes to making a job inter-
esting, I think the assignments a man
gets are more important than the size
of the project he's working on," says
Roy Vaughn of Illinois Bell Telephone
Company. "I found that out soon after
I graduated. My first job was with an
organization where the projects were, big,
but the individual engineering assign-
ments lacked variety and scope.
"After this experience I looked over
power engineering opportunities in a
number of companies.' I joined Illinois
Bell because it promised the most inter-
esting and challenging work. That was
three years ago. My work with IBT has
everything that I was looking for.

The work never gets routine. One job
may be for a new building, the next for
expanding existing plant. And power
needs vary tremendously from little rural
dial offices serving a few hundred tele-
phones, to big metropolitan telephone
plants serving hundreds of thousands.
"But what I like best is that I generally
handle the job from start to finish. I de-
termine the operational and emergency
power requirements of the facilities to
be served, and order the equipment
needed. And I'm usually on hand during
installation to see the job through.
"Not only does this kind of engineer-
ing assignment keep work interesting,
but I find it is helning me becme a

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