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Kappa, Delta Gamma, Mosher Cop Swim Titles

Union To Sponsor Pep Dance



* m * *


Crockett Wins
Top Honors
250 Coeds Enter
All-Campus Meet
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta
Gamma and Mosher took first,
second and third honors respec-
tively in the all-campus coed
swimming meet held last night at
the Union.
Approximately 250 women par-
ticipated in the meet, with 150 en-
tries in the 25 yard fee style
* * *
took top place in the meet with a
total of 18 points. Janet Dewey,
Kappa Kappa Gamma was sec-
ond; Marcia Ames, Martha Cook
S was third; Phyllis Seput, Alpha
Delta Pi was fourth and Joan
Daley, Stockwell was fifth.
The relays, with each team
consisting of four women
swimming 25 yards free style,
were won by Kappa Kappa
Gamma, first; Delta Gamma,
second; Kappa Alpha Theta,
third; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
fourth, and Collegiate Sorosis,
f ifth.
B. J. Schmidt of Delta Gamma
was given first place in the diving
competition. Phyllis Seput of
Alpha Delta Pi was second, Jeri
Mulson, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
third; Janet Dewey, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, fourth, and Myrna Rees
of Alpha Chi Omega, fifth.
* * *
OF THE 150 women who en-,
tered the 25 yard free style, Er-
minie Crockett of Mosher came
out with a time of 13:95 to win
over all the others. She also came
in first in the 50 yard free style
with a timing of 31.8 and in the
25 yard breaststroke with 18.1.
Joan Daley of Stockwell was
first in the 50 yard breast stroke
with 45:05; Margaret Schuster
of Jordan took first place in the
50 yard backstroke with 45.9 and
Marilyn Flynn, Delta Gamma
came in first in the 25 yardJ
backstroke with 17:15.
Second and third place winners
in the 25 yard freestyle were Jean
Hamby, New Women's Residence
and Sally Donovan, Delta Gamma,
respectively. Marcia Ames and
Marian Hardy of Martha Cook
R came in second and third in the
50 yard free style.
Phyllis Seput, Alpha Delta Pi
and Margaret Ryburn, Collegiate
Sorosis took second and third
places in the 25 yard backstroke.
Barbara Gerholtz, Pi Phi, and
Sally Fish of Jordan came in sec-
ond and third in the 50 yard back-

Annual Homecoming Dance Will Feature
Cartoons, Prize Winning HouseDisplays

An informal dance, to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
Union Ballroom will climax the
pep rally and launch a lively
homecoming weekend.
After the pep rally, a snake
dance will lead couples from Ferry
Field to the Union where they will
dance to the music of Frank
Tinker's orchestra. The Zeta Psi
quartet will provide intermission

Decorations will follow the foot-
ball theme. At the north end of
the ballroom two dummies repre-
:enting a Minnesota and Michi-
:;an player will assail a large rep-
lica of the "Little Brown Jug."
Large class numerals of silver will
be attached to the drapes and cider
Jugs will be hung on the walls of
the ballroom.

Exemplifying homecoming
week-end activities, decorations
for the annual homecoming dance,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tomorrow in the I-M Bldg., will
characterize both football activi-
ties and individual house displays.
The Intramural building ball-
room will be transformed into a
Michigan Homecoming day by the
Cooper Decorating Company of
Syracuse, 1I.Y.
Huge cartoons of house displays,
interspersed with football players,
goal posts, band players and
school banners, will line the dance
** *
IN ADDITION, several of the
winning house displays will be
transported to the Intramural
building tomorrow evening.
A crystal chandelier with
streamers of Michigan's maize
and blue colors floating to the

floor will be suspended in the
center of the gymnasium.
During the dance the homecom-
ing committee plans to award
prizes for the winning house dis-
plays. First place winner will re-
ceive a two foot cup which is
passed on each year. The first win-
ner will receive an engraved plaque
which they may keep.
winners will receive smaller cups
which don't rotate from year to
year. There also will be honorable
mention prizes.
Nick Stuart and his band will
highlight the evening with their
music and will provide added
entertainment with their imita-

tion of the Don Cossack Chorus
and radio personalities.
Tickets will be on sale on the
diag and in the Administration
building lobby until Saturday
Proceeds for the dance will fi-
nance all Student Legislature
projects such as pep rallies and
Bridge Lessons
Tickets for the series of
bridge lessons to be spon-
sored by the League Social
Committee may be purchased
from 2 to 5 p.m. today and
from 9 to 11 a.m. tomorrow in
the lobby of the League.

,_ _



-Daily-Burt Sapowitch
CAUTIOUS COEDS-Pamela Stump, Virginia Corrill and Sally
Reed contemplate before plunging into the all-campus swim meet.

Apple Theme
To Set Moodt
Of' Formal
Those attending the third an-
nual girl-bid League formal, Fri-
day, Oct. 28, will find themselves
in a glorified apple orchard.
The entrance to the ballroom,
will be adorned with two large
trees laden with apples. Center of
attraction will be Johnny Apple-
seed himself, situated behind the
bandstand, reaching for the big
red' glorified apple.
Caricatures telling the story of
Johnny Appleseed will bedeck one
wall of the room.
Posters on the opposite wall will
trace the life history of individual
apples from the time they are pol-
ished by students to the fatal hour
when they meet their doom in a
cider mill.
Members of the cance commit-
tee will go out to an orchard and
pick all of the apples to be used
in the decorations.
Rifle Club
The Rifle Club will hold
its first meeting and practice
from 2 to 4 p.m. today at
the WAB. All members are
expected to attend, according
to Beverly Gibbs, club mana-

Welcome mats are out this weekend as houses put the finishing
touches on their Homecoming displays and prepare to entertain the
flood of returning alumni who are beginning to deluge Ann Arbor.
* * * *
MAIN ATTRACTION of Triangle's Homecoming dance tomorrow
will be their deluxe Gopher punch, so-called because after one has
tasted it he will "go fer more."
* * * *
A SIZZLING STEAK roast at the Island tomorrow with an Indian
pow wow and a songfest, is planned by Henderson House. Residents
will entertain their dates with the skit, "Hen Co'op," which they pre-
sented at the annual Fornite program.
* * * *
THE SAM HOUSE will be swarming with zoot-suited characters at a
Dixieland party, complete with blackfaced waiters and a hat-check
man. Guests entering the house will be confronted with a floodlight-
ed'silhouette of a man playing a musical instrument. Farther on they
will meet zoot-suited store dummies. Dancing will be under a golden
beer bottle chandelier, while balloon-shaped instruments and crepe
paper notes will complete the decorations. Landis Brady's combo will
occupy the bandstand.
THOSE ATTENDING Phi Rho Sigma's unique party tomorrow eve-
ning will have their choice between walking through the Golden Gates
of Heaven or descending into the deepest, darkest depths of Hell.
Golden gates will bedeck the archways between rooms on the main
floor, where fleecy cotton clouds, harps and stars will make onlookers
aware they are in a heavenly spot. Those who want a peek at Hades
may go down into the basement and watch the devils tending char-
coal braziers. A takeoff on the shooting of Dan McGrew will provide
intermission entertainment.
* * * *
LLOYD ASSOCIATION and Lloyd House Council will combine
efforts in presenting their first annual homecoming party and dance
tomorrow. An open house and dinner for the alumni after the game
will be followed by informal dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight.
* * * *
IN HONOR OF THEIR new pledges, the Sigma Chi's will hold
open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Punch will be served, and mem-
bers of Delta Gamma will act as hostesses.
* * * *
KAPPA NU's haunted castle will provide the setting for a Hallo-
ween Party tonight. Couples, whose only means of locomotion through
the house will be on broom sticks, are warned to beware of black cats,
ghosts, vampires and witches. Dancing will be to the weird music of
the witches.

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