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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1959

THE PFIICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE T

SUNDAY, MARCH 2~, 195S THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?A0 F

Nominees Announced
By Panhel Association

Sigma Phi Epsilon Wins IFC Sing

Panhellenic Association has an-
nounced the names of nominees
for its forthcoming election.
Mary Tower, '59, of Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, is unopposed for the
position of president. Miss Tower
was a former president of Junior
Panhel.
Bary Beth Wyss, '59, of Sigma
Kappa and Judy Harbeck, '59A&D,
of Alpha Delta Pi are vying for
office of first vice-president. Miss
Wyss stresses the job of easing the
work of the president. Miss Har-
beck wishes to increase contact
with Panhel organzations on other
Big Ten campuses.
Nominees for second vice-presi-
dent are Phyllis E. Levine, '59, of
Alpha Epsilon Phi, and Alice Lohr-
man, '60, of Alpha Chi Omega.
Miss Levine's activities include
Spring Weekend and Homecom-
ing. She wishes to reactivate
sorority participation in Greek
Week.
Miss Lohrman, who has served
as assistant to Miss Tower, would
like to see a Panhellenic Ball and
a Greek Week held in the fall.
Joan Belle Konop, '60, of Alpha
Omicron Pi, and Dianne Gilbert,
'60, of Alpha Gamma Delta have
been nominated for Panhel secre-

tary. They both wish to encourage
house participation in Panhel.
For treasurer, Barbara Sutliff,
'59, of Alpha Chi Omega and Fran-
cina Roach, '60Ed, of Chi Omega
are the nominees. Miss Sutliff
wishes to see dues paid on a per
capita basis. Miss Roach would
like to transfer the financial office
of Panhel to the Student Activities
Building.
Lois Curtis, '59Ed, of Alpha Xi
Delta and Martha Thompson, '59,
of Zeta Tau Alpha are nominees
for Rushing Chairman. Miss Cur-
tis wishes to improve the rushing
calendar and to consult Panhel-
lenic alums about a recommenda-
tion file. Public relations and eval-
uation and improvement of the
rushing system are points on Miss
Thompsons' platform.
Sally Klinesteker, '59, of Delta
Gamma and Mary Welland, '60,
of Alpha Phi are vying for Chair-
,man of Rushing Counselors. Miss
Klinesteker wishes to leave the
rushee with respect for Panhel
through the activities of the rush
counselors. Miss Wellman wishes
to better feelings toward the soror-
ity system.

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BARGAIN, DAY'
Blazers
$10.95 and $12.95
formerly $19.95
Formals -$5.00
formerly to $39.95
Sweaters-%/z Price
All or|on and nylon sweaters
Blouses-$2.98
formerly to $5.95
Dresses-$7.95
Spring Dresses formerly to $1495
Skirts-Vs to Ys off

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
Placement Notices
Beginning with Sun., March 23 the
following schools will have representa.
tives at the Bureau of Appointments
to interview for the 1958-59 school year.
Sun., March 23
Coronado, Cal. - Elementary; Jr. H.S.
Language Arts; H.S. Math; Home Eco-
nomics; English; Science.
Mon., March 24
Coronado, Cal. - Same as above.
Tues., March 25
Anaheim, Cal. - Agric.; Art; Bus.
Ed.; Core; Driver Ed.; English; Home
Econ.; Ind Arts; Journ/Photo; History/
Counseling Library; Math; Music; Girls
and Boys Phys. Edu.; Speech/Drama;
Science; Social Studies; Spanish/French.
Detroit, Mich. (Southfield Twp.) -
Elementary; H.S. Homemaking, English;
Physics or Chemistry; Latin/Spanish.
Grand Rapids, Mich. (G o d W i n
Heights) - Elementary.
Millford, Mich. - Elementary; Elem.
Driver Ed.; Mentally Handicapped.
Wed., March 26
Holly, Mich.-Elementary; Girls Phys.
Edu.; Eng/Speech; Math.; Special Edu.
Marshall, Mich. - Elementary; Jour-
nalism, English; French, Spanish; Gen-
eral Math; Debate, Social Studies.
Mount Clemens (Macomb County)
--Special Education (all phases).
Thurs., March 27
Battle Creek, Mich. - (Springfield
Schools) - Elementary; Math; Gen.
Sci.; H.S. Science; Chem. Physics; Bio-
logy; Home Econ.; Arts and Crafts,
Speech Correction; Librarian.
Grandville, Mich. - Elementary; Girls
Phys. Ed.; Comm.; Eng.; -Latin.
Pelham, N.Y. - Elementary; Soc.

St., Eng.; Physics; Math; Guild; Eng/
Soc. St.
Fri., March 28
Harper Woods, Mich. -- Elementary;
Art; Vocal Music; English,
Pelham, N.Y. - Same as above.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg. NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews
Representatives from the following
will be interviewing at the College of
Engineering: Wed., March 26:
The Dayton Malleable Iron Company,
Columbus, Ohio-BS in Met, for Pro-
duction-Operating Metallurgist. Must be
a U. S. Citizen.
General Foods Corporation, Post Divi-
sion; Battle Creek, Mich.-BS & MS in
Ch. E., BS in E.E., M.E., and Science.
Men only, June grads only.
Penberthy Manufacturing Company,
Buffalo-Eclipse Corp., Detroit, Mich.-
BS in Ch.E., A.E., C.E., M.E., and E.
Mech for Research and Development.
Especially interested in students who
have a good background in dynamics
and thermodynamics of fluids.
York Corporation, Subsidiary of Borg-
Warner Corp., York, Pa.-BS in I.E.,
M.E. for Construction, Sales, Applica-
tion Engineering. Must be a U. S.
Citizen, Men only and June graduates
only.
General Motors (Summer Only), De-
troit, Mich,-All phases of Engineering
type assignments for students who have
completed their Junior year and seniors
who plan to go on to graduate school.
In E.E. and M.E. Must be U. S. Citizens
and willing to locate anywhere. Will be
here Wed. and Thurs.
For appointments, contact the En-
gineering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182.

Supported by Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Phi Epsilon sang its way into first place at yesterday's Inter-Fraternity Sing with "Blessed Is
The Man." Lambda Chi Alpha took second with "Paris Medley," while "Misty Miss" gave Delta Tau Delta third place. Alpha Delta Pi,
Sigma Delta Tau, and Alpha Gamma Delta took first, second and third places among supporting sororities.

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