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Women Hit Pay Dirt at Panhel Derby;'


Outstanding Scholastic, Activity Records Lauded

Rackham Lecture Hall was
turned into a racetrack last night
as Panhellenic presented its an-
nual Recognition Night honoring
sorority women who have achieved'
scholastic and extracurricular suc-
Winning fillies at the "Panhel
Derby" were Jo Ann Lyons, senior
from Alpha Xi Delta; Renee Preg-
ulman, junior from Alpha Epsilon
Phi and Joyce Howard, sopho-
more of Chi Omega.
* * *

* * * *


MISS LYONS won the four yearI
old race with a mass of 245 activ-;
ity points; Miss Pregulman in the
three year old race has earned 255:
points and Joyce Howard, the two
year old filly winner had a grand
total of 335 activity points to her
Alpha Epsilon Phi came out
in the lead in the Smith Handi-
cap race to win the scholarship
cup with a grade point average
of 2.86. Chi Omega was second
and Sigma Delta Tau showed.


Before post time of each race,
bettors were milling around look-
ing at the racing forms and dis-
cussing various fillies which might
be good bets.
* * *
BETTORS were committee
members of Recognition Night in
the person of Mary Lou Hook as
the Race Track Sweetheart, Mary
Maguire as the $500 Hot Shot,
Beverly Baron in the innocent role,
of "My First Race" and Jeanne
Lange filled the title of the $2
Dee Janusch was head of
track personnel and Track An-
nouncer while Miss Marie Hart-
wig of the Women's Physical
Education Staff played bookie
in charge of all betting. Ethel

THE WINNAH! Jockey Joani Fink of Alpha Epsilon Phi accepts
the Scholarship Cup from Registrar Smith for the sorority's 2.86
grade point average. Gamma Phi Beta has held the cup for the
past two years.
* * * *

Weddings &
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fogel of
Wyandotte have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Dorothy, to Martin Horwitz, son
[of Mr. and Mrs. David Horwitz of
Miss Fogel will graduate from
the literary college in June of this
year. She is the present vice-
president of the league and a
member of Mortarboard and Sen-
ior Society.
Mr. Horwitz received a Bachelor
of Science degree at the Univer-
sity of Winsconsin and complet-
ed work on his masters degree in
chemical engineering at the Uni-
versity. He was a member of Tau
Beta Pi.
The couple is planning an
August wedding.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Starr of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ju-
dith Marion, to Laurens Norman
Ruben, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Ruben of New Rochelle, New
Miss Starr is a junior in the
School of Education. Her fiance
is doing graduate work in zoology
at the University and is affiliat-
ed with Phi Sigma Delta.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Korman
of Detroit have announced the
betrothal of their daughter, Helen,
to Arthur Braverman, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Herbert Braverman of
The bride-elect, a freshman in
the literary college.
Mr. Braverman, who was for-
merly on the editorial staff of The
Daily, is affiliated with Pi Sigma
Alpha, honorary political science
The wedding will take place on
april 16 in Detroit.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnson
of Rexton have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Violet Ann, to Rick ard Noll, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Noll of
Benton Harbor.
Miss Johnson is a junior in the
School of Education. Her fiance
is a senior in the College of En-
gineering and is affiliated with
Theta Chi.
1319 S. University Phone 3-1733



B O W I N G I N - Elizabeth Taylor, 17-year-old film actress,
smilingly adjusts the bow tie of her escort, actor Montgomery
Clift as they arrive for a Hollywood premiere.

McCormick, social director of
the League, kept track of race
winners incognito.
Finally she revealed her identity
and closed the program with a
short speech. She explained why
there was no activity cup this
year saying that the pace of the
races had speeded up to such an
extent that "Man O'War" him-
self couldn't have kept up with it.
* * *
AN ADDITION to Recognition
Night this year was the naming of
other fillies besides the top win-
ners in each class. Before each

Meetings, Coffee Hour Dot
Activity Agenda This Week

race the track personnel lauded at
least- one coed from each sorority
In the four year old race,
Mary Ann Harris, another Alpha
Xi Delta filly placed .besidfs
Miss Lyons. Sally Mitts of Delta
Gamma and Maxine Reid, Chi
Omega, tied for third place.
Yvonne Johnson of Alpha Om-
ega Pi placed in the three year old
race just behind Miss Pregulman
and Kathy Geigenmueller of Chi
Omega came in third.
* * *
SECOND and third places in the
sophomore race were taken by
Arlene Lange of Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Tulane Itkoff of Sig-
ma Delta Tau respectively.
TEN WINNERS placed in each
of three races making a total of
30 coeds who received special
recognition. Five of them belong
to Chi Omega, four to Delta Gam-
ma and three came from Alphi
Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta
Delta Delta and Kappa Kappa
Scroll, honorary senior soci-
ety, tapped six new members in
the sixth race which was called
the Scroll Stampede. They in-
clude Mary Louis Aspin, Pi Beta
Phi; Phyllis Bohnsack, Delta
Delta Delta; Carol Tuer, Alpha
Amicron Pi; Maxine Reid, Chi
Omega; Lois Kennedy, Delta
Zeta and Mary Nell Walker of
Alpha Phi.
Alpha Epsilon Phi, winners of
tlb scholarship cup, received a
98.1% of grade C or better.

S N O W B O U N D C Y C L E S An all-night snowfall
caught students of Smith College, Northampton, Mass., by surprise
as they arose to find some of the 1,484 campus bicycles buried.

.. WAA Camp Counsellors will
hold their last meeting of the year
in the form of a social affair at
7:15.p.m. tomorrow in the Correc-
tive Room of Barbour Gym.
An hour and a half will be de-
voted to folk dancing, camp
games and songs which the group
has not yet done.
Coeds who joined the club
earlier in the season, but who
have not yet attended meetings
lately will be especially welcomed,
said Marje Letzgus, club mana-
All those at the party will join
in by teaching a favorite game
or song to the group.
* * *
The Michigan Dames will hold
a general meeting at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in the Assembly Room of
the Rackham Building.
Mr. and Mrs. John George will
be the speakers. The couple col-
laborates in writing and illustrat-
ing children's books. Mr. George
writes the stories and his draws
the illustrations.
A set of slides will be shown
in conjunction with the talks:
The Sewing Group will meet at
8 p.m. Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Vernon Beal, 822 Brookwood.
The Faculty Women's Club and
the University Club will hold the
second of the season's coffee
hours from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
in the loungs of the University
Mrs. Gilbert Ross of Devon-
shire Road, Mrs. W. F. Mann of
Granger Avenue and Mr. and
Mrs. William Palmer of Geddes
Road are in charge of arrange-
ments for the party.
Mrs. W. G. Dow, of Shadford
Road, Mrs. L. E. Himler of Fair
Oaks Parkway, Mrs. W. G. Olson
of Barton Shore Drive and Mrs.
W. D. Revelli of Granger Avenue
will pour.
* * *
The Sigma Delta Wives Auxil-
iary will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row at 1502 Hill Street.

Panhellenic Association will
hold a compulsory mass meeting
at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the
Rackham Amphitheatre for all
women who intend to rush next
WAA Noticesj
The following basketball games
are scheduled for this week:.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Gamma II vs. Stockwell IX; Col-
legiate Sorosis II vs. Hollis I; at
7:15 p. m.--Jordan VIt'vs. Delta
Delta I; Stockwell XI vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I; at, 8 p.m.-no
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Bar-
bour I vs. Stockwell XIV; Kappa
Delta I vs. Stockwell XV; at 7:15
p.m.-Mosher X vs. Stockwell
XVI; Barbour III vs. Angell I; at
8 p.m.-no games.
Thursday . at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Beta Pi I vs. Stockwell XVIII;
Delta Zeta I vs. Kappa Theta II;
at 7:15 p.m.-Kappa Alpha Theta
I vs. Stockwell XIX; Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Alpha Xi Delta III;
at 8 p.m.-Alpha Phi I vs. Alpha
Chi Omega IV; Alpha Phi III vs.
Jordan I.
In case of cancellation team
captains are asked to notify Elea-
nor Doersam, 2-2591.
Phone 2-6220

"Point of Liberty" in Portgau-Prince, Haiti, during ceremonies
opening Bicentennial Exposition in which 26 nations participate.!


Millan, 75-year-old explorer who is planning his 29th expedition
to far north, stands with wife as they examine white owl brought
from Greenland, at the Provincetown, Mass., Far North Museum.

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