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AAYi MAY 28 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT'. MAY 28, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hop Central Committee
lans Assembly Fall Dance

League Group Holds Book Drive

I-Hop central committee has
been working on plans for the
semi-formal dance which will be
held soon after school begins next
fall.
"Shades of Savannah" is the
name of the Assembly-sponsored
dance. "Decorations will revolve
around the garden of a southern
plantation, including weeping wil-
low and Magnolia trees with a
fountain in the center. of the
dance floor," Ferell Seifer, 160,
publicity chairman, noted.
Other members of the central
committee are Jill Clarridge, '61,
general chairman; Elsie Scherer,
'60, and Martha Kinley, '59SN,
decorations; Margaret Hawkins,
'61SN, finance and orchestra; Sue
Teagen, '59, patrons and pro-
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grams; and Bev Harling, '59, and
Karen Barling, '59Ed., tickets.
I-Hop is a traditional two-way
bid dance on campus. "Shades of
Savannah" will feature two or-
chestras with all types of danc-
ing. "Last year's dance was a
complete sell-out and we hope
this year's will be too," Miss Siefer
added. Tickets will go on sale in
the fall.
Center To Hold
New York Tour
Niagara Falls and Buffalo, New
York, will be the points of inter-
est in the June 16 through June
18 international, student tour be-
ing planned by the International,
Center.
The group, which will travel by
train, will leave early June 16 and
return late at night June 18.
The tour is open to all interna-
tional students, including those
with limited entry visas, Helen
Tjotis of the Center said.
Home hospitality will be pro-
vided by the University Alumni
Association in Buffalo.
Interested students may see
Miss Tjotis in Rm. 18 of the Cen-
ter for further information or
reservations.

Service Section
To Ask Donations
From Women
The League's Community Serv-
ice Committee is sponsoring a
book drive June 1 through 7.
All women's dormitories and
sororities will hiave a box and
poster where students can donate
their books.
"We are planning a book drive
because of a letter received from
Barbara Humphrey, '57, a high
school teacher in Vermontville,
Sandra Frieswick, '60Ed., chair-
man of the committee, said.
In the letter, Miss Humphrey
asked if the League could help her
obtain extra reading material for
her students who have access to
nothing but their textbooks, Miss
Frieswick said.
"We don't stop to realize how
fortunate we are to have such
complete libraries," Miss Fries-
wick added, "while so many small
communities are in despair over
the lack of books."
Besides collecting books, the
committee is also asking students
to contribute any fine arts prints
and records that they will no
longer be using.
The laboratory department for
music literature is also being
asked to dorlate any records that
they no longer need.
The books will be picked up at
noon on June 7 and stored at the
League until next fall when the
committee will send them to
needy communities, primarily in
Michigan.

-Daily-Ian MacNiven
READING FOR THE UNFORTUNATE-A University coed pre-
views the upcoming League book drive by donating her unneeded
books early. Boxes and posters like the one pictured will be placed
in women's dorms and sorority houses.

School

of Nursing Classes,

CouncI

Select Officers for Coming

Year

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Class officers in the School of
Nursing have been elected recent-
ly for the school year 1958-1959.
In the sophomore class they are
Gretchen Bohlander, president;
Jean Mathie, vice-president; Jo-
Anne Ricciardi, secretary; Rose-
mary King, treasurer; Sharon
Corey and Gretchen Van Dis, stu-
dent - faculty representatives;
Donna Goodman and Janet Ja-
nicke, social publicity representa-
tives; and Ann Fangboner, pub-
lications.
The junior class officers are

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Arlene Stuckey, president; Bar-
bara Couch, vice-president;
Frances Garrison, secretary; Gail
Erickson, treasurer; Donna Tige-
laar and Wendy Winship, stu-
dent-faculty representatives; Bar-
bara Gilbert and Helen Koefoed,
social publicity representatives;
and Helen Pasquier, publications.
Officers for the senior class are
Joanne Hulbert, president; Sally
Heath, vice-president; Judith Van
Ree, secretary; Kathy Martin,
treasurer; Patricia Wittle and
Mary Schwaderer, student-faculty
representatives; Evelyn Maynard
and Sharon Cheney, social publi-
city representatives; and Leila
Bachman, publications.
Nursing Council officers were
also elected. They are Diane Pug-
no, '59SN, president; Nancy Calk-
ins, '59SN, vice-president; Judith
Johnson, '60SN, recording secre-
tary; Sue Hodge, '608N, corre2
sponding secretary; and Jane Er-
hart, '60SN, treasurer.

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tea until next fall will be held B O S
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The teas will be omitted for the
first time this summer because of
the cut in appropriations, Kath-
leen Meade of the Center 'said.

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