1946-10-23; Central Michigan Life
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mt $£■ M'&WAA . Z+.K?i>iWA *?, .Ji J**" t™:,. Welcome Back, Alumni ■£'■?•* ; <s'JV'*-iiff.'V.ilr# ■'•-; *'ttt^rf-.-*! ng iss Get Your College Election Petitions to the Personnel Office VOLUME 28 MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1946 NUMBER 5 Students Elected for Who's Who • Seventeen new Central names will be included.in the 1946 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American ■< Universities and Colleges," as a result of the election ^Tuesday evening, October IS. Names of the seven candidates, who were ..nominated to the register last year will again be included in the new edition. Each department and each campus organisation, nominated, one person for the master list. Editors pf the three student publications, current major officers,. arid major officers ffoiri last year of all student Organizations are automatically,, nominated. All persons who were in, residence ,last semester arid members of the faculty were eligible to vote for a.fnajd- mum of seventeen, students ,from .the, master list. Choices were made on the basis of scholarship, leader- shi(p, character, participation in extra-curricular activities, ,ahd indication, of future usefulness to business and society. ■ Students' names, home towns, classes, honors, and activities are as follows: ■Marian E. Abbey, Lake Orion senior; .junior, class treasurer; Pan- HeUenic , council; AWS ' board; president, KaBpa Delta Pi; Sigma Phi Omicron. Bessie Ballantyne, Flint senior; president, Pan-Hellenic council; WRA board; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Sigma Alpha. Terry J. Carey, Mt. Pleasant senior; Phi Sigma Epsilon; Mercier. Georgia Clendening, Gladwin senior; AWS "board; Kappa Delta Pi; Pan-Hjellenic councpl; Delta Omicron; president,. Sigma Phi ©micron; president, Ronan hall. Helen A, Eddy, Ionia junior; sophomore class president; Theta Sigma^ Upsilon; WRA board. Barbara Jeari Force, Bancroft senior; Theta Sigma Upsilon; Heme Economics club; WRA. ' Louis H. Foubare, Alpena special student; president, Student council; vice ' president, Men's Union board; vice president, Veterans club; Tau Alpha Upsilon. James A. Gilfoy, Bay City senior; president, Keeler board. Lois J. Greening, Breckenridge senior; president, Delta Omicron; AWS board; Gamma Delta; A Cappella;- Pi.Kappa Sigma. Donna M. Ingersoll, North Branch junior; secretary, AWS board; assistant editor, cjiippewa; Student council; Student Social Activities committee; Alpha Sigma Tau. • Patricia A. Jahnke, Saginaw junior; AWS board; Phi Delta Eta; Mercier; Student Social .Activities committee; Student couricil. t Roberta A. Lanshaw, Alma senior; president; Sigma Phi Omicrttti; * vice president, Delta Omicron; f band; Madrigals. Rosemary ^Lawless, Portland.lvj-^^ v~~~k±Ji*iJi r«;«l« 1 ? senior; president, Helen R. Em^Wome Economics OrirtS -t j Beverly,:.;E.v,,..Marzolf, ..-Ithaca I junior; Delta 0micron-,/A Cappella; ■j Alpjh&; Siigiha Alpha s -. 'Dorothy P. "Pratt, Flint senior; I Sigma Tau Delta; vice president, ] Sigma Phi,,* Omicron; Masquers treasurer;r-'past presideift, YWCA? \ pasits .se'eretary, student council; i past/'secretary-treasurer, interfaith J .couricilj AWS,. ../ „ """ * Begin Work on Dorm Work began this week on the new student dormitory after a final conference between representatives of the architect, Roger Allen' of Grand Rapids, and- the contractor, Webber and Company of Bay City. The new building, which is to be. a 250-bed structure and the largest on the campus, will be Central's fourth dormitory. It will be located On Bellows street1 behind Rbnan hall. '.' '"' ;Y";:''., The project, .estimated to • cost $1,2CO,000, is Of .; self-liquidating, bonded type, arid will be of no expense to'the state. It 'will include both the dormitory building and a student foods commons, which is designed to accomodate the students of three residence halls,. and will be equipped with kitchen and dining, rooms. Social Calendar Booklets Issued Do you want to be hep to all the jingle, jangle, and jive for Sunday, Monday, and all the years? Do you want to know the "how," "when," and "where" of the social situation? Well, here , is your chance — with the kind regards of the Student council, it has been made possible for each student of Central to receive a Social Calendar booklet. Also soon to be distributed are the student Social Code Books which will be placed in all the boxes of the dormitories. All off- campus students may secure them in the Dean of Women's office. College Election Dote Announced Election of officers for the Student council, Men's union, and senior classes will take place Wednesday1 November 13 in the second floor foyer of Warriner hall. Petitions for nominations for "' these of ices may be obtained in the Student Personnel office beginning-, today, October. 23, and must be returned tothe personnel office with 25 signatures not. later than 5 p.m. October 30.-jsrames of the candidates will be published in Life November 6, one week before the election,, s ^ ' Th vice-presiderit of the Student council* will, be elected;. The. vice- president ,.y MU automatically; „be- come president of. the council in February^ Other officers'.to be chosen will be the president, vice-president, secretary, and.treasurer Of the Men's union, sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Members of .the election committee include Betty Wilcox, Ionia junior; Art Clark, Oakland senior; and Al Opalek, Muskegon Heights sophomore. Final Homecoming Plans Are Told Tenor to Open Artists Course Central to Honor Her War Dead A special memorial tribute for Central students who gave their lives.during World War il is being planned for half-time at the Home- ■ coming football game Saturday. Included in the gold star tribute will be the following: from the Navy;" Robert H. Barden, William E. Bowler, Robert G. Carlson, Francis J. Lynch, H. Keith Norwood,- Walter J. Ryznar, Dean S. Scroggie, Steve E. Simonick, and Gerald B-.' Stewart. From the Army; Norman A. DeShone, Robert E. Dibble, Charles Dickinson, James C. Eldred, John F. Epple, JohnH. Evans, Robert L. Hill, Merle E. Howe, Melyin G. Kennedy, Ray F. Kilrain, Thomas H. Munger, Philip L. MrGill, Keith K. Phillips, Robert S. Seeley, Richard W. Shupe, Benjamin J. Smith, Jack C- Taylor, and Malcolm S. Wardrop Jr. Formal initiation... of new mem-;j bers of the Home Ecoribmics cfub took*place Tuesday, October 15, fat 8 pjpru iri the /feqre&tiOn room |ih- Sloan hall. :, . ; , J , Jan iSchnieder played the piafio while'' Edni*s*'Curtley safig' "Au-'l tumn." Ruth Wallace, mistress |of iceremoniesi1 introduced Miss Rose U^^ofUe; ^hQrtgave t^|jwelcqming " ^r^*p-5-^«t; MzzMmsJ^^ Midland Architect to Lecture Here Mr. Alden Dow, world known architect and prominent student of Frank Lloyd Wright, will give an illustrated talk on. architec- at 8:15 p.m. in the college auditorium. The art department, sponsors of the program, Invite everyone to attend. Mt. Pleasant Has Blood Plasma Clinic Young Daryl Reynolds of 707 East Locust street here in Mt. Pleasant knows the value of blood plasma. "I owe my life to blood plasma, and the important factor was its availability at the proper time," he explained. The need for blood plasma in a community is of the utmost importance. A plasma clinic is being held in the Methodist church until Friday of this week. All interested college students are asked to r"onate a pint of blood. Tito §chipa, internationally famous tenor, comes to us on Octo-^ ber 29 and 30. In recent perfor- riiances in New York at Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera association Mr. Schipa scored his usual triumphs before capacity audiences that crowded the famous opera house every night, The Italian lyric tenor is widely known for his distinctness of enunciation and his aristocratic style. His voice has been described as "golden," and he has enhanced it with intelligent use in judging the mood of his audience. He has been quoted, "Sing and your audience sings with you. Make them happy; sing the songs they love, no [funeral songs 'but cheerful ones!" His effortless manner of singing comes as naturally as speaking for most of us, yet his voice commands a wide range of tone effects—ihe can shade them from a delicate pianissimo up to a sonorous forte. His singing is marked by his special expressiveness and beauty of phrasing. Central students are certain to hear a fine recital in Warriner auditorium when this celebrated opera and concert tenor appears here as the first Artists Course performer. Homecoming Calendar of Events Friday, October 25 Y . 7:30 p.m. Pep Meeting—Alumni Field 8:30 p.m. Bonfire-War Dance—Practice Field 9:00 pan. Dancing and Open House—Keeler Union Saturday, October 26 •.■-•" ...' All Day Organization Reunions Alumni Luncheon—Keeler Union Homecoming parade—-Forms behind Warrineri: Hall Homecoming • Football Game (Northern . Illinois Teachers) —Alumni Field AfteriGame Coffee Hbur-r^Keeler ^llrQpm 6:00 p.m* Varsity Club Alumni Diniier-^Keeler < '-■'■-M <«w.^'*/*tM0Ii; - ; '■' ;A.rr,A -..■■^A .,:a.,a 9:00-12:00 p.m. Homecoming Ball—Keeler Ballroom . Yll:30 p.nu ' 1:00 p^n. ,2:30 p^m. £>■«> With Queen. Scotty Chisholm reigning over this week-endfs homecoming activities, Central's campus will celebrate its Golden Jubilee anniversary, .. The festivities start off with'a bang on Friday afternoon with a football game of Centrars Junior Varsity against Grand Rapids Junior college at the Alumni field, at 3:30. At 7:30 is a pep meeting in front of the grana stand. At'this time the coaches of the Chippewa squad; will say a few wofd^,= ac- coriipariied by yells sind a few numbers by the college band, The highlight of the rally:^U be an authentic Chippewa Indian , war darice by fourteen Chippewa- Indians. A huge bonfire and 'Snake dance will begin at 8:30 on the practice field. ■<> Following the pep rany and sttalce "dance there will be two dancesv Ed- d|e Hanson's orchestra will, furnish music for the square dance'in the gym, while "Bob Spencer's, orchestra will play in the ballroom for an informal mixer. Both dances will begin,.at 9 p.m. To quicken the ..pace, there is to be an Alumhi luncheon Saturday noon, in Keeler ballroom. Mr. Woodward C. Smith; and Mr. Richard Ldchtenfeld, director of Keeler Uuion, have devised a method to serve the large crowd that is anticipated by going through a line in the ballroom beginning at 11:30 a.m. Lorenz Hansen and his string ensemble will furnish luncheon music until 12:15 when Dr. Charles L. Anspach will Welcome the aluni- ni. The line will open again at 12:30 p.m. and this system will continue until all guests attending the luncheon have been served. This program enalbles. Central to keep up its tradition of an alumni luncheon despite the acute food shortage. The homecoming parade will assemble at 12:30 behind the administration building and will actually start at 1 p.m. The procession will pass through the business district,, the streets of the city > and terminate at Alumni field proceeding the football .game. All organizations entering a float in the parade must notify Dean Lauer concerning the type of float and the name of the organization sponsoring it. Northern Illinois State Teachers, college will meet the Chippewas on the gridiron at 2:30 for the homecoming game. During,the halftime,. the student council float* conveying the queen and her court Of five- coeds, will circle the field and Dr. Anspach will crown the queen. This, will be followed by a short remembrance of Central's war dead. The college band will sound taps and play our Alma Mater. Keeler Ballroom will serve coffee to everyone after the game and the? student council is serving as host for the affair. See—JtJBILEte—Page 8 Band to Attend > Western, Game > i Central's snappy tnatching band Will follow the Chippewas to Kalamazoo Saturday: November 2, wh.en the Brorieos and the Mrichriaeiri-wlll .tangle in a highly-spirited contest. "iDUrhig,Ahull, tinie, "the" bydYwiU iperform ori the field in routine frii^atlpns.*, Balph Ajlbuytiri§f ;tkvi^ 'soil freshmaWis W'druniYSjoir, i.
|Title||1946-10-23; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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