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THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Newberry Team Takes Top Honors in Meet

Committee Seeks Members

Newberry team No. 1 won three
times in a row to take top honors
at the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion all campus swim meet at the
Women's Pool last night.
Two new pool records were set
by the Newberry team. In the 100
yard free style relay they finished
in 59.1 and in the 25 yard butter-
fly event they finished in 14.5.
Individual winners of the vari-

ous events were Penny Brennen,
'61 A&D, Zeta Tau Alpha; Claire
Crawford, '60, Collegiate Sorosis;
Linda Myers, '60, Delta Gamma;
Sharon Crawford, '61, Newberry;
and Rena Mendelsohn, Markley.
Agnounce Winners
Team winners and their scores
were Newberry, 36, Delta Gamma,
27.5; Blagdoh, 21.5; Zeta Tau Al-

pha, 12.5; and Collegiate Sorosis,
12.0.
Featured in the swimming
event were the 25 yard breast
stroke, back stroke, free style, but-
terfly stroke and the 50 yard free-
style and back crawl strokes. The
final event held was a 100 yard
freestyle relay,
In these events, the following
girls displayed their swimming
skill. In the diving event, Rena
Mendelsohn won first place hon-
ors with Penny Brennen finish-
ing number two.
List Times
Coeds finishing in the first five
in the 25 yard breast stroke were
Penny Brennan, 19.3; Rena Men-
delsohnn, 19.6; Kirsten James,
19.6; Ann Verhey, 19.7 and Jane
Sommerfield, 21.5.
In the 25 yard back stroke com-
petition, the scores were Claire
Crawford, 16.5; Cari Buttrum,
16.9; Kay Mabley, 17.0;- Suzie
Boynton, 17.7; and Penny Kemp,
18.4.
Competition in the 25 yard
freestyle, the scores were Linda
Myers,'e13.4; Sharon Crawford,
13.7; Pat Sperian, 14.4; Kirsten
James, 15.1; Abby Sheren, 15.2;
and Betsy Robson, 15.2.
Crawford Sets Record
In the 25 yard butterfly event,
Sharon Crawford set a new record
at 14.5 and was followed by Linda
Schulte, 14.7; Sandy Stover, 18.4;
Jane Sommerfield, 20.0; and Kay
DeVan, 18.2.
For the 50 yard freestyle event
Linda Myers, 29.95; Pat Sperian,1
32.7; Jo Andrews, 35.0; Pennyl
Brennan, 35.0; and Betsy Rob-
son, 35.2.
In the 50 yard back crawl,
Claire Crawford, 37.4 was the
winner. She was followed by Cari
Buttrum, 38.8; Judy Wendler,
43.0; Louise McQuilken, 43.2 and
Suzie Skarstad, 43.4.
Newberry Wins Freestyle
Capturin ghnors in the 100 yard
freestyle relay was the Newberry1
I team with 59.1. Others were
Delta Gamma, 1.007; Blagdon 1,
1:02.4; Stockwell, 1:03.7; and
Blagdon II, 1:04.5.
Director of the meet was Miss
Fritzie Gareis and the meet start-
er was Miss Harris. Head time-
keeper was Miss Waterland and
the head scorer was Miss M. D.
Hartwig.
In the past as this year the
University has turned out many
champion swimmers. Although
they have not received as much
recognition as the men on cam-
pus, they have been equally tal-
ented.
Ranked Among Top
This year's teams include many
swimmers that have takenpart in
national swimming events and by
standards have been ranked
among the nation's finest.
Women's swimming in the
United States is predominately
AAU Club swimming and is not
recognized on the university cam-

Daily-David Arnold
SET TO GO-Women line up in diving formation as they wait
for a starting signal thatfmay send them on their way to new
records at the W.A.A. all campus swim meet. Two new records
were set in the meet last night.

pus as an official swimming team.
Some of the University's stu-
dents take part in the program of
the Ann Arbor Swim Club. The
club is coached by Rose Dawson,
daughter of the University's ex-
swimming coach Matt Mann, who
coached 14 National Champion
Michigan teams and the 1952
United States Olympic Team.
Coaches Swim Club
Mrs. Dawson is a swimming and
diving instructor at the Women's
Pool and coaches the Ann Arbor
Swim Club in the Union Pool.
Although there is no official
swimming team for women on
campus, it is hoped that a sub-
stantial number of University co-
eds will try out as the swim club
is the only real chance for Uni-
versity women to compete in the
club equivalent to inter-collegiate
competition.
"Not only is competitive swim-
ming the best exercise .for a wo-
man to keep her weight down,"
Mrs. Dawson said, "but women
who have swum before coming to
college deserve a chance to con-
tinue their swimming. It Just
doesn't make sense for women to
become 100 per cent spectator
athletes the day they enroll in
college."
"Besides," said Linda Meyers,
former sprinter for the club in
the freestyle events, "competing
at these meets is fun."
Last year there were seven Sat-
urday morning fall meets with
other swim clubs from the state
and a league championship.
Ann Arbor Girls
May 'Associate'
With 'U' Housing
There are approximately 20 "as-
sociate members" in the women's
residence hall system, according
to Karen Barling, '59Ed., Assem-
bly associate membership chair-
man.
The girls, who are residents of
Ann Arbor, take part in all social
activities of their "adopted"
houses such as exchange dinners,
dances and sports.
Associate house members pay
partial house dues ranging from
$1 to $1.50 and are issued a mem-
bership card which enables them
to eat at the residence hall for
special student rates, Miss Barling
said.
Girls desiring to be associate
members of University residence
halls usually contact the Dean of
Women's office and are subse-
quently called by Miss Barling.
"We try to give each person her
choice of residence halls, as far
as is possible," she said. "This
year, though, five girls want to be
associated with Stockwell and
only three can be affiliated with
it, so we'll have to juggle a bit."
Set Mass Meeting
For Panhel Ball
A mass meeting for all affiliated
women interested in working on
the Panhellenic Ball will be held
at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow at the
League.
Affiliates will be able to sign up
to serve on any one of four com-
mittees: Patrons and Program,
Decorations, Tickets, or Publicity,
according to Barbara Baske, '61,
Assistant Publicity Chairman for
the dance.
Panhel Ball, an annual fall
event, was omitted last year.

Assembly Associataion's Secre-
tariat Committee is looking for
new members, according to Con-
stance Kreger, '60, secretary of
the Association.
The group, which is primarily
to acquaint freshmen with the
organization and procedures.

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University blazers will go on
sale from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
on Thursday and Friday at the
Women's Pool building.
Students wishing to purchase
blazers will order them at that
time. Blazer sale chairman Patti
Kreul, '59, said that jackets will
be available. in two styles - one
of shetland tweed in white only
and the other of heavy flannel in
colors of navy blue, oxford grey
and white.
Both types of jackets are fully
lined. Students who wish piping
on their jackets may have it at
no extra cost, said Miss Kreul.
Navy-blue crests appear on the
white jackets and gold on the
others.
At the order sessions, personal
fittings will be made. Alterations
Set Opening
Of Program
Opening date of the Intramural
Building is Friday night, Oct. 10,
announced Irene Shapiro, '60Ed.,
Co-recreation Manager of the
building. The building will be open
-for recreation activities from 7:30
to 10 p.m. on each Friday.
Opportunities for swimming and
gymnastics, plus instructions for
playing badminton, volleyball and
other sports will be given. Tram-
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