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October 23, 1942 - Image 5

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Bill Sawyer

To Play At Union Formal FridayNovember 6


Crop 'n Saddle
Riders Chosen,
Nine Out Of Thirty Contestants
Elected.To Club Membership
Nine women riders were selected
out of a group of 30, for membership
in Crop and Saddle Riding Club, fol-
lowing tryouts, held at 5 p. m.
Wdnetsday at thehGolf-Side Riding
Those who made the grade are as
follows: Pat Coulter, Mary Liz Don-
aldson, Elizabeth Hendel, Kit Kam-
meraad, Cynthia King, Glory King,
Emily Peter, Margaret Saddler, and
Oriel Straehley.
First regular riding meet of the
club will be at 5 p. m. Wednesday,
and- it is imperative that all old and
new members meet at that time at
Barbour Gym, according to Sybil
Graham, '44, president of the organi-
zation. Transportation will be pro-
vided for the group, to the Golf-Side
Stables. Meals will not be served at
the stables this year, so the riders
will return about 6:30 p. m.
Since Crop and Saddle club is lim-
ited to a membership of 25, because
no more than that number of horses
is available, plans are being made for
the organization of an auxiliary rid-
ing group. Riders from the auxiliary:
group will be selected to fill vacant
places which may occur in the Crop
and Saddle club.
Riders need not be experienced to
join the auxiliary group, and there

Coeds Invade
Men's Schools'
Hallowed Halls
Century-old traditions are being
broken this year; women have entered
the hallowed halls of many eastern
men's colleges in the interest of sci-
ence and the War, and there is now
such a thing as a Princeton Co-ed.
According to the Princetonian,
"twenty-three coeds, engaged in a
map-making program partly suppor-
ted by the Government, served to
shatter a 195 - year - old tradition
which reserved Princeton's campus
for male students only."
Renssalaer College has this year,
for the first time in history, opened
its gates to women in offering to
accept a limited number for the full,
technical training program. Electri-
cal, chemical and civil engineering
courses are being offered to women at
the Illinois Institute of Technology.
And from Union college, a men's
college since 1795, comes word that
electrical engineering and physics
courses are being arranged for women
will be no tryouts. All those inter-
ested are invited to join, and an-
nouncement of the first meeting will
be made soon.

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Half Admission
Receipts To Go
To War Stamps
Band To Present New Features;
Chuck Dotterrer Is Chairman,
Geib, Heavenrich Head Tickets
Officially opening the social calen-
dar of formal dances for this season,
the eighth annual Union Formal will
take place from 9 p. m. to midnight,
November 6, in the Union ballroom.
Traditionally the first formal of
the school year, the Union dance is
also noted for being practically the
only all-campus affair which may be
attended regardless of class, school,
or affiliation.
Those attending the dance need not
feel any pangs of conscience, as prac-
tically half of the admission price
will be invested in the United States
Government in the form of War Sav-
ings Stamps. The stamps will be made
up into corsages and presented to
the women attending.
Bill Sawyer, with his "Symphony
in Rhythm", will play for the dancing.
Sawyer is working on several new
arrangements and entertainment fea-
tures for the occasion.
Charles Dotterrer, '44E, is chairian
of the formal, Arthur Geib, '44E, and
Herbert Heavenrich, '44E, are in
charge of the ticket sales. Alan
Brandt, '44, and Burnett Crawford,
'44, are handling, publicity.' The pa-
tron committee is headed by Richard
Ford, '44, and Robert Schwyn, '44;
and Robert Shott, '44E, and David
Striffler, '44, are in charge of pro-
Announcement Made
Of Three University

Sorosis Wins
Swim Contest
At Union Pool
Splashing to victory and winning
the traveling cup by piling up the
most points in the W. A. A. Fall
Swimming Meet from 7:15 p. m. to
9:30 p. m. yesterday at the Union
Pool was Collegiate Sorosis.
Alpha Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi
were announced second and third
places respectively, by Betty Sachs,
'43, who called off the various events
of the meet in which about 125 wo-
men competed. Winner of the 50 yard
back crawl was Jean Patty, Alpha
Gamma Delta, followed by Pat Dil-
lenbeck, Alpha Chi Omega, in second
place and Louise Forbush, Collegiate
Sorosis, in third.
In the 50 yard free style event, Joan
Clarke, of Helen Newberry copped
first place, while Bernadine Cameron,
Alpha Chi Omega, and Janet Clarke,
Kappa Alpha Theta came in second
and third places. Nancy Bercaw, Al-
pha Delta Pi, Claire Sherman, Alpha
Chi Omega, and Betty Merrill, Kappa
Delta, took first, second and third,
honors respectively in the 50 yard
breast stroke.
Phyllis Johnson, Alpha Xi Delta,
swam to victory in the 25 yard back
crawl, while Joan Clarke placed sec-

Newman Club
To Give Dance
Hallowe 'en Eve.
An informal Halloween dance is
being planned by the Newman Club
for, Friday, October 30. Theta Phi
Alpha, campus- sorority, is acting as a
committee for the club in making
the arrangements.
The party will be held from 9 p. m.
to midnight in the 'clubroom of St.
Mary's Chapel. Music for the dancing
will be provided by radio. Guests are
invited to come singly or in couples.
They may wear any style of informal
clothes, including sweaters and skirts
or blue jeans.
Refreshments will consist of cider
and doughnuts. The room will be dec-
orated following a Halloween motif.
Tickets to the dance will be sold at
the door, as there is no sale in ad-
ond and Louise Forbush took third
place. Winner of the 25 yard free style
event was Helen Garrels, Collegiate
Sorosis. Sue Whitman, of a league
house placed second and Evelyn Otis,
third inthis event.
Nancy Bercaw, Alpha Delta Pi, took
top honors in the 25 yard breast
stroke, followed by Barbara Chad-
wick, Kappa Alpha Theta.

Marie Baron, '44, Monroe, Mar-
garet Gibbons, '45, Detroit, ahd
Jere Hibst, '45, Cadillac were re-
cently pledged to Theta Phi Alpha
rather than Zeta Tan Alpha; a: was
previously reported. f
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COUNT on a beret as your go-
everywhere hat. Tilt yours ior-
ward at a rakish angle to play up
your pretty profile. All colors

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Instead of "sitting undey the ap-
ple tree" we girls are climbing into
them and coming down with goods.
The need of Uncle Sam for man-
power has been answered by many
girls who are helping farmers har-
vest crops in practical and patri-
otic outfits like the one shown
above. A nifty pair of overalls
like this is just what you need to
do "your bit" comfortably and effi-
Forrn !T Be Held
Beta Thera Pi will hold its pledge
rmal from S p. m. to midnight today
t the Beta hzuse, 604 South State
treet. Chaperones for the event will
e Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cavan and
Ar. and Mrs. Milton Coulson. Jack
3eckerman's orchestra will provide
,e music.

Miss Helej Marie James, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James, of Ann
Arbor, was married to Mr. Robert O.
Field, '43E, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin
Field of Rochester, N. Y.; last Satur-
day morning at Harris hall. Rev.
John G. Dahl of St. Andrew's Epis-
copal Church read the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Field will make their
home at 1608 Geddes Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Snyder of New
York City have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Roslyn,
'43, to Milton J. Katz, '42, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. r. Katz of Grand Rapids.
The wedding will take place next

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Friday Treat
at the Snack Bar
Salmon Salad Sandwich
Potato Chips
Coffee, Tea or Milk
Homemade Pastry
or Ice Cream
State Street Store

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and Finish





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