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P " ALPHA PHI OMEGA Top Row: Chuck Nevers, Ward Waile, E. Richard Schueler, Bill Dejos, Jack Harris. Fourth Row: Roy Long, James Nord, Eugene Lamb, Bert Bell, Paul Niehaus, Wesley Franke, Henry Winchester, Harvey Belfer, Chuck Whitfield, Richard Janish, Bill Greenebaum, Jay Pike, Bill Kieth. Third Row: Berdon Beck, David E. Peterson, Richard Bloomquist, Riley Geary, James Korecki, William Coates, Neol Wildman, William Markey, Fred Harf, Leonard Procter, Donald M. Stearns, David W. Peterson, Bud Dejong. Second Row: Donal Clements; Sidney Rosenthal; Herbert Leiman, Secretary; Prof. Norman L. Willey, Senior Faculty Advisor; George H. Meyer, Presi- dent; Richard White, Vice-President; Dr. Carl Sheppard, Faculty Advisor; Richard Brown; Dan Brown. First Row: Robert Lamb, Allen Silver, Jim Wilson, Bill Duellman, Herb Neil. Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity com- posed of over 176 chapters. It was founded on December 16, 1925, at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania. Gamma Pi Chapter at the University of Michigan was organized in 1940. Temporarily inactive during the war, it was reactivated in 1944, reaching the strength of over sixty members. Among those on the original faculty were Fielding H. Yost, Shirley W. Smith and Dean Joseph Bursley. Alpha Phi Omega is the only fraternity on campus hav- ing no bars to other fraternal affiliations, race, religion or creed; and devoted entirely to the altruistic aim of service to the nation, the community, the campus and the fraternity. Composed of men formerly associated with the Boy Scout Movement, its service projects have included work at Orientation, an information booth at Registration, supervision of campus elections, hospital visitation and the " keep off the grass " campaign.
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HINDUSTAN ASSOC f " " L k! !; r ! i -V First Row: Harshad B. Desai, Awadh P. Sinha, Asghar Husain, Maheskumar S. Thakar, Jyant S. Shah, Girijashanker L. Rawal, Vrajlal A. Sura, Prafulla- chandra P. Vora, Jagadish S. Sharma. Second Row: Amares K. Bose, I.S.A. Representative; Indumati A. Tendulkar; Pranjiwan K. Amin, Social Secretary; Maureen L. Patterson, Associate Secre- tary; B. K. Bagchi; B. L. Shanthamallappa, President; Saifi T. Haidery, Secretary; Horn! A. Modi, Treasurer; Mrinalini Chattopadhyaya; Swaminathan Bala- subramanyam, I.S.A. Representative; Shyama Deodhar; Munjandira A. Somaya. Third Row: Jyotindra M. Vakil, S. S. Sidhll, Madan G. Uppal, Sohan L. Sharma, Raghavachary K. Raman, Majiduddin M. Jaffer, Moreshwar R. Vaidya, Rustom A. Irani, Chandrakant K. Parikh, Yeshwant P. Telang, Rajinder K. Sehgal, D. K. Nanavati, Mahendra A. Parikh. Fourth Row: Sharadkumar C. Hansoti, Pramod R. Parikh, Navin M. Parekh, Nand- kishor S. Shodhan, Nanalal C. Mehta, Niranjan D. Trivedi, Rabindra N. Sahni, Jyant P. Patel, Manhar S. Parikh, Harish M. Patel, Jehangir B. Colah, Digambar M. Tagare. The Hindustan Association was founded in spring 1945 at the University of Michigan as a chapter of the National Hindustan Students Association of America. Among the aims of the local chapter are the promotion of good-will and mutual understanding between the two countries. Another is to help the Indian students to get adjusted to their new surroundings, and to encourage interest and appreciation of various aspects of India ' s Cultural heritage. During the years the association has participated in activities such as the celebration of traditional Indian festivals, Indian dinners, dances, music, movies and discussions on various Indian topics. And as a larger project, they presented a four day exhibi- tion of the Art and Culture of India in January 1949. At present the membership totals 86 Indian students and 1 4 associate members. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in King ' s Indian. 221
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V GILBERT and SULLIVAN Chorus of Yeomen Samuel Arny. Donald Autore, Howard Bevis, Harold Bissell, Roger Buslee, Jim Coleman, James Davies, Frederick Gehring, John Gehring, Sid Goldberg, Gary Hicks, Earl Langlois, Robert Logan, Carl Lorentson, Robert Mayerson, Ned Niles, John Naslund, John Nehman, David Nicol, Fred Scheffler, Jim Scheu, John Schmitt, Jim Schneider, Arthur Schwartz, Daniel Stepniewski, Bill Trow, Richard Webber. After an unpretentious beginning in 1946, the Gilbert and Sullivan Society now enjoys a prominent position in the University ' s entertainment sphere. Dedicated to the producing of all the operettas written by the famous Eng- lish pair, the organization is open to all interested students from any school or college of the University. " Yeomen of the Guard, " the group ' s offering for the fall semester, was well received by local audiences and critics. The production utilized the services of some 150 students in chorus and back-stage duties. Principal roles were sung by Rowland Mclaughlin, Cohleen Jensen, Rob- ert Elson, Joyce Edgar, and Jim Ueberhorst. In the springtime the Arboretum was open to all, but many students went to see " Patience, " the Society ' s pro- duction for the second semester. This lighthearted, gay musical satire provided timely warm weather entertain- ment for Ann Arbor theatre-goers. Gilbert and Sullivan Society activities for the school year were directed by Prof. Maynard Klein, Tom Wilson, Donald Decker, and Don Razey.
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