THE MICHIGAN DAILY
llation Night Draws Crowd
Outgoing women officers yester-
day announced women's activities
appointments, awards and scholar-
ships for the coming year at the
annual Installation Night held in
President, Norma Clarke, '59;
Vice-President - Special Projects,
Helena Palmer, '59; Vice-Presi-
dent - Student Relations, Ellen
Orenstein, '59Ed; Co-Recreation
Manager, Irene Shapiro, '60Ed;
Secretary, Elaine Ash, '61; Treas-
urer, Carolyn Rosenbaum, '59BAd;
AFCW Representative, Theresa
Pinkler, '60; Sorority Manager,
Marie Joynt, '60A&D; Dormitory
Manager, Patti Kreul, '59; Public
Relations, Sandra Ogden, '60; Bal-
let, Pauline Mitchell, '60; Bowling,
Patricia Cornell, '61; Fencing,
Cynthia Van Heeckeren, '61A&D;
Field Hockey, Barbara McCallum,
'60Ed; Golf, Barbara Crill, '59Ed;
Ice Skating, Sue Lorimer, '61;
Rifle, Joanne Gobel, '60, and
Rosanne Gobetti, '61N; Tennis,
Kay Davis, '60; Life Saving Corps,
Sally Eckwall, '59; Badminton,
,Patsy Dernberger, '59Ed.
Women's League . .
First Vice-President, Kay Karse,
'59; Second Vice-President, Pene-
lope Reynolds, '59; Secretary, Jac-
queline Mervis, -'60; Treasurer,.
Gayle Burns, '59BAd.
Interviewing and Nominating
Committee: Chairman, Marilyn
Malone, '60; Secretary, Marsha
Woughter, '59Ed. Members: Sylvia
Engle, '60; Susan Hodge, '60A&D;
Slyvia Trythall, '60; Elinor Brown,
'61; Jacqueline Efrusy, '61; and
Nancy Brown, '60.
Women's Judiciary Council:
Chairman, Sarah Drasin, '59; Vice-
Chairman, Sandra Halford, '59Ed.
Membtrs: Cyra Greene, '60; Mar-
cia Pierce, '60A&D; Dorothy Shaff-
ner, '69; Mary Wilcox, '60; Shirley
Larkin, '61; Carol Ference, '61;
Ann Verhey, '61; and Doranne
Orientation Committee: Chair-
man, Sharon Miller, '60Ed. Mem-
bers: Rosalind Farris, '60; Barbara
Kriser, '61;. Jean Ross, '61;. Rosa-
lind Ribyat, '61; Elise Sarahov,
'61; and Betty Zapolski, '61N.
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Katherine Johnson, '60. Members:
Barbara Barclay, '59SM; Patricia
Heyman, '61; Ann Buehrer, '59Ed;
Judith Tingley, '604; Polly Witzke,
'61; and Sally Proud, '61.
House Committee: Sally Coon,
'59, Chairman, and Helen Murray,
Tutorial Committee: Chairman;
Margaret Powers, '59A&D. Mem-
bers: Jeanne Atkinson, '60; Janis
Kimball, '60; Virginia Knox, '60;
Sherrill Nichols,- '60; and Ann
Peterson, '61. .
Panhellenic . .
Secretarial Manager, Nancy
Moore, '60; Public Relations Chair-
man, Sheila Stampfli, '59; Cbun-
selors Chairman, Mary Wellman,
'60; Rushing Chairman, Lois Cur-
tis, '59Ed; 'reasurer , Barbara
Sutliff, '59; Secretary, Diane Gil-
bert, '60; Second Vice-President,
Phyllis Levine, '59; First Vice-
President, Mary Beth Wyss, '59;
President, Mary Tower, '59.
Public Relations Chairman,
Beata Jorgenson, '59; Social Chair-
man, Joan Comiano, '61; Activi-
ties and Scholarship Chairman,
Martha Kinley, '59N; Orientation,
Karen Barling, '59Ed; Projects,
Nancy McKechnie, '60A&D; Treas-
urer, Elsie Scherer, '60; Secretary,
Connie Kreger, '60; Second Vice-
President, Monteen Johnson, '59;
First Vice-President, Christine
Wells, '59Ed; President, Patricia
General Chairman, Elinor Dodge,
Soph Show ...
Make-up, Susan Huggard, '61;
Costumes, Susan Stein, '61, .and
Jane Thompson, '61; Productions,
Barbara Brian, '61A&D, and Nich-
olas Vick, '61; Treasurers, Lois
Jenkins, '61, and Herbert Allen,
*'61; Contact Secretary, Jane Stick,
'61; Secretaries, Donna Goodman,
'61, and William Ca-mell, '61;
Directors, Louise Rose, '61, and
Robert Brod, '61; General Chair-
men, Linda Heywood, '61, and
Robert Vollen, '61; Publicity, Allen
Lambert, '61, and Steven Schwartz,
'61; Posters, Susan Kennedy, '61-
A&D; Daily Publicity, Jean Hart-
wig, '61; Stunts, Barbara Green-
key, '61; Programs, Brenda Bar-
rett, '61, and Paul Leeds, '61;
Props, Leanne Winick, '61; Stage
Manager, Rochelle Goodman, '61;
Music, Brenda Fink, '61, and Phyl-
lis Keplan, '61; Dance, Jill Lib-
The Mortarboard scholarship was
presented to Beverly Barchi,
'59BAd, .by Nancy O'Toole, '58.
Marilyn Houck, '58Ph, presented
the Panhellenic scholarships to
Rosalind Farris, '60, and Beverly
Barchi, '59BAd, and the Junior
Panhel scholarship to Gretchen
Karen Russell, '59, was awardedj
the Senior Society scholarship by
Sheila McKenzie, -'58SM.
The Delta Delta Delta scholar-
ships were presented to Rosalind
Farris, '60, and Carolyn Ludwig,
'59, by Marcia Murphy, '59.
Donna Tafian, '60, and Susan
Stokes, '59, were awarded the
Scroll schlarships which were
presented by Mary Frances Jones,
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Special Projects Committee:
Chairman, Marcia Murphy, '59.
Members: Jayne Kaye, '59Ed;
Judy Lurie, '61; Sandra Weiss, '60;.
Linda Zucker, '61; and Ronnie
Community Service Committee:
Chairma ,Sandra Fleswick,
'6TEd. Members: Judy Nichols, '60;
Lou Ann Brown, '59; Joyce Pha-
neuf, '59Ed; Linda Vance, '61N;
and Joyce Tolhurst, '60Ed.
Public Relations Committee:
Chairman, Rosalie Rue, '59. Mem-
bers: Jane Holwadel, '60; -Doris
Joy, '61; June Wittich, '60; Sharon
Koski, '60; and Ellen Weinberger,
International Committee: Chair-
man, Eloise Eberhart, '60. Mem-
bers: Jill Bement, '60; Barbara
Moss, '61A&D; Sadie Mulholland,
'61; Joyce Larson, '61; Johanna
* Nickum,.'59E; Kay Perring, '60;
and Marilyn Sievert, '60.
Social Committee: Chairman,i
Class if ieds
Junior Girls' Play. .
Music Chairman, Janice Ross,
'60; Stage Director, Marie. Meyer,
'60; Choral Director, Patricia Vick,
'60; Tickets, Susan Walker, '61;1
Ushers, Barbara Nash, '60; Pro-j
grams, Barbara Eckert, '60; Make-
up, Connie Osmer, '60N; Assistant
Costumes, Pat Thies, '60N; Cos-
tumes, Slyvia Plard, '60; Asssitant
Props, Mary Collins, '60; Props,
Louise McQuilken, '60; Script, Su-
san Brace, '60; Daily Publicity,.
Peggy Bayne, '60; Campus Pub-
licity, Susan Shilling, '60; Stunts,
Lois Starke, '60; Posters, Judy
Savage, '60A&D; General Pub-
licity, Joyce Wienke, '60; Director,
Karen Levey, '60; Secretary, Sara
Kellermann, '60; Treasurer, Bar-
bara Rosbe, '60; Assistant General
Chairman, Charlene Miller, '60;
Awards ... PENNSYLVANIA ANYONE?
The Ethel McCormick Activities L E B R E SCRANTON
Recognitions Awards were pre-
sented to Barbara Maier, '59; Lin-W LK SB R EIC AN O
da Green, '59; and Elizabeth Ers- WILLIAMSPORT
kine, '59, by Nancy O'Toole, HARRISBURG
Delta Phi Epsilon was recog- BRADFORD IfLEAM
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sented to Collegiate Sorosis by
Karen Aldridge, '59.
Nancy Willard, '58, was pre-
sented with the Alpha Lambda
Delta Award as the senior with
the highest continuous average
for four years.
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