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Page 71 text:
Phrateres, 1973-74. Pictured: Esther Bendit, Linda Datz, Sylvia Greenspan, Marcia Herkman, Dany Margolies, Suzanne Morlock, Carol Shulmistras, Joan Winkler, Dean Mary Jane Krebs, Dawn Saunders. Not pictured: Joetta Adamec, Muffy Arbuckle, Wendy Berweiler, Bobbie Chazen, Rita Del Rosario, Angie Dominicis, Wendy Harvey, Gloria Herkovits, Marla Karwoski, Anita Mork, Susan Nelson, Wendy Ortwin, Kathy Parsons, Marilynn Phelps, Tobi Rael, Roxie Shapiro, Laurey Shiozaki, Susan Stein, Sandy Stept, Ann Stork, Roslyn Swartz, Catherine Uchida, Sue Waldeck, Maxine Zuest. In the service of UCLA Phrateres Phrateres is a social and service organization open to all university women. Phrateres ' Alpha Chapter has been keeping busy this year with various activities and projects. In finishing up 1973, they helped the Alumni Association with its Christmas mail by addressing envelopes. Later, they again helped out by itemizing the distribution of complimentary tickets to a UCLA anniversary event. At the start of the Winter quarter, the Alpha leaders put business aside to relax at the year ' s first social gathering. Dawn Saunders, alumnus and co-ordinator of the 1974 Convention, invited the officers and committee chairwomen to a potluck dinner at the home of her mother-in-law. The girls, and their dates, and their husbands ate and enjoyed, but inevitably, hard-working General Joan Winkler, Secretary Susan Stein, Membership Committee Chairwoman Wendy Ortwin, and Dawn Saunders stepped aside to discuss Phrateres events. On January 25, Alpha Chapter assisted the UCLA Alumni Association in escorting 60 youths from the Foundation for the Junior Blind to the Clara basketball game in Pauley Pavilion. Before the game, Phratereans and members of the Alumni Council and Board of Directors attended an orientation meeting where they saw a film, " Within Darkness . . . Light, " to acquaint them with the Foundation. Foundation director Norman Kaplan advised them to try to treat the kids much like anyone else, shedding any awkwardness they might have. Then it was off the game, where, armed with transistor radios, the blind students were able to follow the action while their hosts described the activities to them. During half-time the Alumni Association treated them to hots dogs and malts, but the real treat came after the game at a special reception in Pauley ' s Founders ' Room, where coach John Wooden met and talked with the kids and answered their many questions. Also present were UCLA Athletic Director J.D. Morgan (with whom Phraterean Linda Datz quickly chatted about women ' s sports): players Ralph Drollinger, Marques Johnson, and Andre McCarter: football coach Dick Vermeil; and members of the UCLA pep squad. The thousand details of the successful evening were by Deb Hardin, Assistant Director Alumni Relations, and Phrateres ' arrangements were made by Maxine Zusst and Angie Dominicus. For a community outreach the Alphas arranged to visit a nursing home in Gardena. After two trips to the United Church Care Center to talk over plans, organizers Angie Dominicus, Rita Del Rosario, and Maxine Zuest agreed upon March 9 as the date for the Phrateres ' visit. Due to illness and other circumstances, not as many girls were able to go as (cont. on page 71)
Page 70 text:
UCLA DAILY BRUIN The Nommo staff, ' 73- ' 74 Nommo Editor Hayes speaks By Tom Kerr DB Staff Writer " I was pleased that we had articles dealing with the Black community, " Roy Hayes, this years Editor-in-Chief of Nommo, said. " But we also had concern to write about the concerns and problems of Blacks and Third World people around the world, including the Chile coup and the Portugese colonies. " Sitting in the Nommo office in Kerckhoff Hall, Hayes reflected back on the accomplishments and highlights of the year. " We reached a lot of people, " he said, " we got letters from Argentina letting us know Nommo was read there. A lot of former UCLA students in African countries sent letters also. We had one man come here to visit from Russia. He said he read Nommo in an African-American studies center in Moscow. " Getting staff was not a major problem according to Hayes. He said that over 50 people had helped with the paper, which was good considering that they all had to work on their own time. Viewpoints " We always had many different ideolgical viewpoints among the staff, including socialism, Maoism, and " Hayes said, " But we always left the structure so that regardless of political philosophy the individual could express their viewpoint. " There were also some problems during the year. " It ' s hard not having money to pay the staff a salary. You have to depend on promises, and people sometimes forget. But we never had a story we wanted done that someone couldn ' t deal with, " Hayes. " The biggest challenge is to deal with the administration to make sure Nommo stays here, so we can continue to produce a paper which Black students at UCLA can be proud of. " He said that Nommo had be come a tradition here and that people expected to read it. An unusual problem has the disappearance of papers. Hayes says that Nommo was often found strewn across the campus or stuffed in trash cans. But he feels they should not be too concerned with people who try and hassle them because of their viewpoint. Continuation Hayes stressed the of the continuation of the special interest papers. " These papers give a different point of view on political and social problems. " He noted that he had been very pleased with the amount of communication which had taken place between the special interest papers. " Nommo, like the other papers makes the campus aware of the community, and " Nommo, like the other papers makes the campus aware of the community, and the community aware of the campus. We also try to inform our readers about state, national and international news of to Black people, " Hayes said. " Our main object is to report the news the best we can in order to make Black students aware, and motivate Black students to work for Black people, " he said. " We want to make Black students use their own talents and creativity in putting out a newspaper which will do these things. " The picture on the cover of today ' s BRuin was taken by Eric The camera was steadied by Mark Rubin. Ed Rodman wrote the headline. Steve Ainzworth served as Art Director.
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Alpha Lambda Delta active all year UCLA DAILY BRUIN 74 Alpha Lambda Delta is a national scholastic honor society for freshman women who have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in their freshman year. This year, the exe cutive board broke tradition and elected three presidents: Barbara Bronson, Fall ' 73 President; Linda Winter ' 74 President; and Tobi Rael, Spring ' 74 President. They all worked together as three co-presidents sharing duties and responsibilities for the year. Mrs. Mary Jane Krebs, Associate Dean of Students, is the organization ' s dedicated advisor. The Alpha Lambda Delta " Eyeglass Collection Drive " has been so successful that a permanent used-eyeglass collection site has been established in the Dean of Students office. Through the Direct Relief Foundation, the eyeglasses are sent to 1600 hospitals throughout half the world. The organization sponsored a Spin Art booth at UCLA Mardi Gras ' 74. Alpha Lambda Delta was awarded a trophy for first place in their division. The Formal Initiation, held in the spring, was attended by over 200 guests. Students from all over the world at the Student Center catered the exotic desserts which ranged from Greek Baklava to Pakistani Shahi Tukda. For the first time, a UCLA chapter member was awarded an Alpha Lambda Delta Fellowship. Miss Jane Freeman, received one of seven graduate fellows hips awarded nationally. Future plans include taking underprivileged children on various excursions ranging from a toy factory to the Griffith Park Observator and L.A. Zoo. Social Activities and a booth in UCLA Mardi Gras ' 75 are also planned for a very busy year. Top Row: Regina Aichner; Deborah Walther; Marlene Magenhein; Nobuyo Watanabe; Cheryl Bascom ; Kathleen Espinoza. Bottom Row: Margaret Robe; Gloria Teves, Treasurer; Barbara Bronson, Fall ' 73 President; Linda Netzer, Winter ' 74 President; Tobi Rael, Spring ' 74 President; Sylvia Greenspan, Senior Advisor; Marianne Finerman, Vice-President. Not Pictured: Jeannette Bernstein; Halyse Kolom; Jackie Gong; Dany Margolies; Advisor, Mrs. Mary Jane Krebs, Associate Dean of Students.
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