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T P! WMAY 4x,1943

WOMEN'S NEWS

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Trounces Romulus, 14-4; Plays at Kalamazoo

Today

Wyvern Women
Tap 15 Leaders
Of Class of '45
Clad in their well-known yellow
sweaters, brown skirt, and yellow hair
ribbon combinations, members of
Wyvern, junior women's honor soci-
ety, climaxed their lengthy tapping
spree by marching in and out of the
front door of the Union, singing and
repelling the provoked Union men.
The fifteen chosen women who
will wear the traditional garb on
campus today are Patricia Coulter,
Chi Omega; Shelby Dietrich, Kappa.
Kappa Gamma; Obeline Elser, Helen
Newberry; Cornelia Groefsema, Betsy
Barbour; Charlotte Haas, Kappa Al-
pha Theta; Marjorie Hall, Martha
Cook; Peggy Laubengayer, Alpha Chi
Omega; Jean Loree, Chi Omega; Na-
talie Mattern, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma; Marjory McCullouch, Gamma
Phi Beta; Deborah Parry, Gamma
Phi Beta; Marcia Sharpe, Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Ann Stanton, Pi
Beta Phi; Mary Jane Thielan, Delta
Delta Delta; and Eleanor Webber,
Martha Cook.
The tapping over, the women
nmrched down State Street, through
the front door of the Union, much to
the 4ismay of the Michigan men who
weren't equal to the protection of
t eir time honored custom.
Ice cream was later served at the
L#eague, during which time the new
members were presented to Dean
Byr Bacher, adviser of the group.
B trothals of Barnes,
Sexauer Are Told
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Barnes of
Grosse Pointe announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Helen Eliza-
beth, '43; to George Dallas Cameron
I1, '42E, son of Mrs. T. N. Bourke of
IGrosse Pointe.
Miss Barnes is a reside'nt of Helen
Newberry and will graduate from the
University in May. Mr. Cameron is
affiliated with Sigma Phi fraternity.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Sexauer of
Detroit have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mary Jane,
'44, to Richard Kimball Mosher, '43,
of Cambridge, Mass., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Elton Mosher of Grand Rapids.
Miss Sexauer is affiliated with Al-
pha Phi sorority. Mr. Mosher, a.
January graduate, is a member o
Zeta Psi fraternity and Tau Beta Pi,
honorary engineering society.
The Grand Rapids Junior College
stunents here on campus will hold a
reunion picnic from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
S=day, May 9.
Picnickers will meet at the shelter
op the Isiand,which will be the center
of their activities.
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Final Ruthven
Tea To Be Held
Tomorrow
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven will be at home to students
at the final student tea of the semes-
ter to be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
tomorrow.
Special invitations to the tea have
been extended to Chi Omega, Gam-
ma Phi Beta, Betsy Barbour House,
Helen Newberry Residence, Victor
Vaughn House and all service men
stationed on campus.
Pouring from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. will
be Mrs. Martha Wentworth of Gam-
ma Phi Beta and Mrs. Fred H. Stein-
hilber of Chi Omega. Mrs. Walter
C. Newell of Helen Newberry and
Mrs. Dane W. Poppleton of Betsy
Barbour will pour from 5 p.m. to 6
p.m.
Asisting Kay Klintworth, '45,
chairman of Ruthven teas, will be
Marcheta Frye, '45, June Nieboer,
'45, Eleanor Ramsay, '46, Ann Har-
mon, '45, Anne Maloney, '45, Ruth
Mary Picard, '45, Joan Gallup, '46,
Harriet Boyer, '45A, Mary Elizabeth
Milne, '45, and Maurine Harwood,
'45.
WAA Notices
The Outing Club has planned an
all-day canoe trip for Sunday, May
9. All those interested in going along
with the club are requested to sign
up in the WAB or Barbour Gym.
Betsy Perry, '46, tennis club man-
ager sends along the reminder that
all tennis tournament matches, both
doubles and singles, must be played
off according to schedule, or else
they will be defaulted.
'nitiations Announced
By Two Sororities
Alpha Xi Delta and Kappa Delta
sororities announce the recent initia-
tion of their new members.
Alpha Xi Delta initiates are Allyn
Thompson, '46, Manhasset, Long Is-
land, N.Y.; Irma Plisko, '46, Wood-
bridge, N.J.; Dorothy Kolesar, '46,
Woodcridge, N.J.; Frances Graham,
'45, Salamanca, N.Y.; Glory Yllom,
'46, New Rochelle, N.Y.; and Shirley
Marcellus, '46, Rockford, Ill.
Those women initiated by Kappa
Delta include Jean Garnham, '44,
Rochester, N.Y.; Patricia Grover, '45,
Ann Arbor; Mary Hogan, '45, Gal-
veston, Tex.; Phyllis Huntley, '44,
Grand Rapids; Nancy Townsend, '45,
Miami, Fla.; Diana Wareham, '45,
Ferndale.
The newly initiated freshmen of
Kappa Delta are Jane Allen, Rock-
vill Centre, N.Y.; Lillian Campbell,
Owosso; Martha Ann Good, Ann Ar-
bor; Norma Johnson, Detroit; Nancy
McDermitt, Binghamton, N.Y.; Jean
MacKaye, Ann Arbor; Edna Martz,
Pittsburgh; Jeane Morgan, Highland
Park; Delilah Murrah, Herrin, Ill.;
Nancy Pottinger, Huntington Woods;
Margaret Sower, Cleveland, O.;
Jeanne Storm, West Englewood,
N.Y.; and Patricia Tyler, Huntington
Woods.

Blanchard, Wiese Star at Plate;
Cain Receives Credit for Winj

By JO ANN PETERSON
Bunching six runs into a wide open
fourth inning, and scoring eight
other scattered runs throughout the
game, coach Ray Fisher's nine sub-
dued the Selfridge field fliers yes-
terday afternoon 14-4 for the eighth
straight victory of the season.
Bill Cain pitched for the first four
innings, and did a creditable job,
striking out three of the first six men
who faced him, and holding the
Army to one run. He pulled himself'
out of a tough hole in the third in-
ning, when Henry Capron, right
fielder singled, and then Elmer Rei-
man and Jerry White, both walked
loading the bases. At this point with
Andy Pelio, center fielder and clean-
up man facing him, "Killer" recov-
ered his control and struck Pelio out,
on three hard straight pitches. Cred-
ited with the win, Cain was replaced
in the fifth inning by Dick Savage,
veteran hurler whobstruck out two
of the first three men who faced
him, and allowed Reiman only a
short grounder which Bob Stenberg
easily fielded and tossed to Walter-
house for the out.
McIntosh Relieves Savage
Savage pitched through the sev-
enth inning and was then replaced
by Don McIntosh, freshman pitcher
who pitched only one inning. Dick
Schmidtke another freshman hurler
took over for the ninth inning.
Bruce Blanchard, fast talking third
baseman slammed out two triples
in the course of the game, while
Bob Weise was able to make two
singles and a double, and walked
once. Stenberg bunted successfully
twice, and the whole squad was hit-
ting better than in any of the pre-

vious games except the Western
Michigan game last week.
Big Fourth
The big fourth inning started off
with little Mike Farnyk leading out
with a single to short, beating the
throw to first. He stole second a min-
ute later, and then Stenberg bunted.
Harold R~obbins, catcher, made a bad
throw to third to catch Farnyk, and
the little freshman scored on the
play. Stenberg took second on the
throw to the plate. Then Wiese
walked, and Blanchard bunted, ad-
vancing Wiese to second, and Sten-
berg to third.
With the bases loaded, Paul White
doubled, scoring Stenberg and Wiese,
and Blanchard pulled up at third
base. Lund singled to center field
scoring both Blanchard and White,
then Walterhouse sacrificed moving
Lund to second. Wikle then singled
to center field and Lund scored.
Swanson flied out to short stop, and
then Mike Farnyk singled down to
third base line. Wikel overran third
and had to head for home because
third baseman Bob Hill had the ball
in his hand. Hill chased Wikel to
within five feet of the plate then
tossed to Robbins for the final out.
Face Brown Today
Today sees the nine meeting the
Western Michigan Broncos again.
Last week's game between the two
clubs was a wild contest, with both
teams racking up large numbers of
hits, and with the varsity nine pull-
ing ahead to win by the narrow mar-
gin of one hit 10-9.
Today's contest which will be held
at Kalamazoo should be an equally
close game, with "Pro" Boim starting
for Michigan and Warren Biddle,
freshman hurler, taking the mound
for the Broncos.

Doherty Picks
Trackmen in
Big Ten Meet
By ED ZALENSKI
"Despite our 62-60 defeat at Il-
linois Saturday, I still pick Michigan
to win the Outdoor Conference meet
May 14-15 at Evanston," Ken Doher-
ty, Wolverine track coach, declared
yesterday.
And the note of optimism was
based on the general showing of his
squad which has been handicapped
all spring by inability to practice out-
doors, and the outstanding perform-
ances of his four freshmen.
Orchids go to blonde Bob Gardner,
husky frosh trackman, who tied Il-
lini's Herb Matter for first place in
the high jump at 6 ft. 7/ in. The
amazing angle here is that Gardner,
ailing with an injured leg, hadn't
jumped once in two months! He
made it a perfect "1-2-3" by taking
second in the discus at 127 feet and
third in the shot put with a toss of
43 ft. 5 in., winning his letter besides.
Kreager Takes Shot
Th gsecond of Doherty's starring
freshmen was big George Kraeger
who scored one of the meet upsets by
taking first place in the shot put
away from Captain Paul Mail. Krea-
ger heaved the shot 44 ft. 11 in. for
first place sending the Wolverines off
to a fine start.
Lean -legged Bill Matney ran the
second leg of the mile relay race in
which the Wolverines set a new meet
record of 3:19.7. The te's victory
made him the third new Michigan
letterman of the meet.
Sternisha Performs Well
Performance of Don Sternisha,
freshman sprinter, in taking thirds
in the 100 and 220-yard dashes in
his first collegiate competition was
also commended by Coach Doherty.
On the other side of the ledger are
listed the disappointing perform-
ance of John Roxborough in the
half -mile and Chuck Pinney's un-
fortunate accident in the 220-yard
low hurdles. Roxy opened up with a
0:54.6 quarter and felt so good he
speeded up in the next 220. The re-
sult was a poor final lap which al-
lowed twoIllini men to breeze by
him. Pinney, on the other hand,
kicked the eighth hurdle while lead-
ing and eliminated a possible first
or a sure second in the event, just
enough to give Michigan a victory.
The mile victory of Ross Hume by
four yards in 4:19.7 and Bud Byerly's
triumph in the 120-yard high hurd-
les, his first dual meet victory, were
other high spots.

TAKING IT EASY

By ED ZALENSKI

Little Bit of Everything
TWO WEEKS AGO when the fur-
or over Tom Harmon's loss and
discovery was at its height an inter-
esting item came our way from Col-
umbus, O., which concerned the Gary
Ghost.
Paul Brown, Ohio State's grid+
mentor, said that the last game he+
saw the Buckeyes play before he
was named coach was that swan
song of Harmon's. Brown thought
that Harmon was the greatest foot-
ball player he had ever seen. "Ile
had everything," Brown said..
A SOLDIER SPEAKS: There was a
letter in the mail the other day
from Dick Kopel, captain of next
year's Michigan wrestling team and
star of the 1943 Conference meet.
Dick is in the Army now. He writes:
"I'm still classified in clerical
school, but feel positive I'll be
changed to physical training with-
in the week ... I hope to wrestle
in the Army, and have my lucky
suit (Maize and Blue wrestling
outfit) with me . . . I met Ray
Evans, a football player from Kan-
sas . .
HOMESICK FOR MICHIGAN: An-
other Wolverine athlete, Gus Share-
met, writes from San Antonio, Tex.,
where he is an aviation cadet. "It
was too bad about the swim team
losing to Ohio State," Gus wrote,
"but I was glad to see Harry Holiday
make up for it by beating Kiefer in
the backstroke. Harry worked hard
and deserved the break."
NEWS FROM VIRGINIA: Hal
Wilson, former sports editor of
The Daily, dropped a card from
Camp Lee, Va., to tell his friends
that he is undergoing officer train-
ing in the 4th Quartermaster
School .
A 10-LETTER MAN?: If circum-
stances permitted, Dick Walterhouse,
Ann Arbor, could become Michigan's
first 10-letter man in history.
A freshman, Walterhouse is first
baseman on the Wolverine baseball
team and is assured of a letter. As

a first-semester freshman he won
fresh numerals i football and
basketball, and . shqwed suffcient
ability in both sports to rote him
as definite varsity material.
However, Walterhouse is enlisted
in the Naval Reserve program, and
anticipates beipg placed . on active
duty in July. Whether he returns to
complete his college career hinges
upon the war . .
NN ARBOR WEATHER: Since
every Miehigan student has
cursed the weather here at one
time or other, an observation on
our part wouldn't be out of order.
The weatherman has been taking
some terrific abuse from both \Ray
Fisher, baseball coach, and Ken Doh-
erty, track mentor. Four Michigan
baseball games have been postponed
already because of bad weather and
the track team had only a few out-
door workouts before the Fenn Re-
lays.
Two years ago, in contrast,
Michigan's baseball team went
through a 32-game schedule with-
out a game being called because of
inclement weather "..>
Sailors Beat Cards, 5-2
GREAT LAKES, May" 3.- ()-
With Johnny Schmitz and Vern Ol-
son, ex-Chicago Cubs, each yielding
only one hit, Great Lakes Naval
Training Station won .its third
straight game, tonay by beating the
World Champion St. Louis Cardinals
5 to 2 before 10000 recruits.

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Golfers Lose Close NU Match;
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jWisconsin .............. 3
Iowa .................6
Illinois . ........3
Minnesota..............2
Ohio State.............1
Chicago ...............0
Northwestern ........... 0
Purdue ................. 0
Indiana ................ 0

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By JEAN CASKELL
Lady Luck played against Michi-
gan's golf team again last Saturday
when it was defeated in a close
match by Northwestern's linksmen,
11/2-9/-2.
It was a close battle all the way.
Going into the last two holes of his
singles match Bill Ludolph was two
up on his opponent, Abrahams, and
missed a shOt put only by a fraction
of an inch. Bill lost that nine, and
tied his rival 11/2-1/2. The contest
was so close that the 11/2 points
would have meant a tie with the
Wildcats.
Coach Ray Courtright was well
satisfied with the showing of the en-
tire team, in its loss to the tough
Northwestern golfers. "It's just one
of those things, said Corky, "and the
boys are playing good golf with plen-
ty of spirit and fight."
All of the men carded good scores,
most of them shooting in the seven-
ties. Captain Ben Smith's 73 was
low for the day for both teams, and
Ben shot a 75 in the morning, mak-
ing his total score the lowest.
Despite such poor golf weather as
the team has been given, most of the
squad is out daily practicing. And
yesterday was no exception., All of
them are working particularly hard
this week in preparation for their
heavy week-end schedule.
On Saturday the team will go to
Major League
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East Lansing to meet Michigan State.
In their match a week ago with the
Spartans the Wolverines were the
victors, 12/2-2%. Then on Monday
Michigan will entertain Ohio State
here in their second match with the
Buckeyes. The men from Columbus
beat the Wolverines 14-10 in the first
Big Ten match of the year and Mich-
igan will be trying to even things up
this time.

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TYPEWRITERS of all makes. Of-
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rented, repaired. Student and Of-
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WANTED
WANTED: Adjustable sidewalk roll-
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WANTED-Used clothes. Best prices
paid. Ben the Tailor, 122 E. Wash-
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LOST and FOUND
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Boston ............... 4
Chicago.2
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