Clipped From The Sandusky Register
Sandusky Student Is Selected As Freshman Adviser At University BOWLING GREEN, Feb. 19 Establishment of a freshman adviser plan was announced today by Miss Audrey Kenyon Wilder, dean of women at Bowling Green State University. Officers of Women's Student Government Association selected 25 sophomores and juniors on the b;iiis of scholarship, personality and campus adjustment. Each coed will advise 10 freshmen. The advisers arc: Mary Elizabeth Beattie, Marianne Bell, Hope McAdams. Helen Morrow and Ruth Wilson, all of Bowling Green: Peggy Komminsk, Marjorie Ripley and June Rummel, all of Lima; Eileen Pickett, Bel levu* ; Martha Lown, Bucyrus; BeUv/ Ilamler, Caiey, Frericks, Cleveland: Wilma Stock, Defiance; Esther Burner, Deshr Ier; Dorothy Boskey, Lorain; Doris Peat, Mansfield; Marie Beckman, Millfiury; Lauretta Brown, Montpelier: Fay Kreilick, Oak Harbor: Kay Knisely, Rising Sun; Ann Koch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Koch, 719 Perry-st, Sandusky; Lorena Riehm, Tiffin;JMary Percy, Twins- bu"g; Lois Holtmeyer, Fort Wayne Ind., and Jacqueline Pierson, Reck Tavern, N. Y.