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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Martha Cook Takes Swimming Cup;
Erminie Crockett Wins Top Honors

Martha Cook came through to
take top honors and the swimming
title in the all pampus women's
swimming meet held last night at
the IM Building.
Erminie Crockett, Martha Cook,
who has won top individual honors
for two consecutive years, again
was able to take the lead over
other competitors.
ALPHA GAMMA and Alpha
Omicron Pi tied for second place,
while Delta Delta Delta took fourth
place for the women's houses.
Second place individual win-
ner was Norma Feleyn, Hinsdale
House, who trailed Miss Crock-
ett's score ofa18 with 12. Tied
for third place were Peg Gra-
ham, Martha Cook, and Peg
Senior Board
Petitions for Senior Board
positions are due today from 3
to 5:30 p.m. in the Executive
Board office in the Student
Legislature building.

Sabin, Delta delta Delta, with 9
points.
In diving competition Peg Sabin,
Delta Delta Delta, won the event,
with Janie Thompson, Delta Gam-
ma, taking second place.
ELEANOR Schmitt, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, Elizabeth Barber, Alpha
Xi Delta, and Carolyn Cass, Mosh-
er, took third, fourth and fifth
places, respectively.
Results of the 25 yard back
stroke showed Erminie Crockett,
Martha Cook, in first place, with
Peg Graham, Martha Cook, Joan
Thomas, Barbour, Rita Colman,
Mosher and Buffy Wicking, Sor-
osis taking honors in that order.
Miss Crockett again came out
ahead in the 25 yard free style.
The other winners in order in the
event were Carolyn Wade, Delta
Gamma, Peg Sabin, Delta Delta
Delta, Norma Felcyn, Hinsdale and
Edith Nelson, Mosher.
WINNERS in the 25 yard breast
stroke were Norma Felcyn, Hins-

dale, first place, Carolyn Rau,
Delta Delta Delta, second, Jackie
Schrank, Sorosis,. third, Barbara
Borgehold, Kappa Alpha Theta,
fourth, and Giorgianna Taylor,
Sorosis, fifth. -
The 50 yard back stroke re-
sults showed Diane Lalidi, Alpha
Omicron Pi, and Peggy Graham,
Martha Cook, in a tie for first
place honors.4
Other winners in the event were;
Rita Colman, Mosher, third, and
Helen Allen, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Jody Behrens, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, and Jean Knibbe, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, all tied for fourth place.
* * *
PAT FORD, Alpha Xi Delta,
came through to capture first place
in the 50 yard breast stroke, while
Margaret Logan, Alpha Gamma
Delta, and Jackie Schrank, Sorosis,
took second and third places, re-
spectively.
Miss Crockett took another
first place in the 50 yard free
style, with Norma Felcyn, Hins-
dale, second, Carolyn Wade, Del-
ta Gamma, third, Diane Lalidi,
Alpha Omicorn Pi, fourth, and
Jane Burdett, Alpha Omicorn Pi,
fifth.
The last event of the swimming
meet was the free style relay, with
Alpha Omicron Pi taking first
place. Delta Gamma, Sorosis,
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta
Delta Delta captured the second,
third, fourth and fifth places, re-
spectively.
Trout, Gentile,
Bingay To ' '
VarsityNight
Paul "Dizzy" Trout, Joe Gentile
and Ralph Bingay will be on hand
to start things rolling for the an-
nual Varsity Night show at 8;15
p.m. next Friday, Oct. 26, in Hill
Auditorium.
Topflight professional and stu-
dent entertainment has been slat-
ed for the program which is tra-
ditionally sponsored by the Uni-
versity Bands.
Representatives of the Hawaiian
Club, led by Mike Okihiru, a stu-
dent in medical school, will do
songs and dances in native cos-
tume, vat interpreiaoiv i >f te
dances explaining every move-
ment.
The Bob Elliot Quartet will play
and sing in their smooth dance
style "You Came a Long Way from
St. Louis" and "Daddy-O."
O t h e r outstanding campus
groups contributing to the eve-
ning's entertainment a r e t h e
Vaughan House Trio, Michigan
Singers and the University Sym-
phony Band.
Joan Robinson will "throat"
whistle and sing a Gerschwin
Medley with her own piano ac-
companiment an d Anderson
White will tap dance.
Among the professional talent
slated for Varsity Night are Bob
Murphy, vocalist; Tommy Roberts,
narrator of the story of the Little
Brown Jug and Louis Elbel, con-
ductor of his own "The Victors."
Joe Gentile and Ralph Bingay,
comics of WJBK-TV, appear as
an emcee team for the second
time in six years, this year aided
by Paul "Dizzy" Trout of base-
ball fame.
Tickets for the performance,
proceeds of which help finance
out-of-town trips of the band, are
now on sale.

Homecoming
Presents Music
Of Lawrence
Witches, hobgobling and-foot-
balls will-be present at "Football
Fantasy," the Homecoming dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, October 27 in the IM
Building.
Decorations will be centered
about t h e "Football Fantasy"
theme with a mixture of scenes
appropriate to both the Halloween
and football seasons.
Footballs and witches decorat-
ing the programs also will be in
keeping with the theme.
The dance is informal, and wo-
men are requested not to wear
flowers.
Playing for one of the biggest
dances of the year will be Elliot
Lawrence, an orchestra leader who
knows his way around the various
colleges of the country and knows
what college students like to hear,
"sweet 'n dreamy" music along
with a few good fast numbers.
Tickets costing $3.63 per cou-
ple are available from 1 to 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday at
the Administration Building. They
also may be purchased from Stu-
dent Legislature members
The climax of the weekend
comes Saturday night with the
Homecoming dance.
Homecoming is sponsored by the
varsity committee of SL. On the
central committee arm Bob Perr,
general chairman; Sue Craig, dec-
orations; Dick Demmer, tickets
an refreehments; Diana Lalide
and Ole Haroldson, publicity;
Judy Sinclair, patrons and pro-
grams; Irv Stenn, judges and dis-
plays; Jack Rose, buildings and
grounds.

-Daily-Alan eid
IN THE SWIM-Sophomore strategy overwhelmed freshman fero-
city when a group of Tug Week promoters tossed John Leppelmyer
into the League fountain yesterday noon. The sophomores contend
this is just a taste of what will happen in the tug-o-war across
the Huron. The freshmen will have a chance to avenge their
classmates at intersquad scrimmages to be held this afternoon
on the diagonal.
*, * ,. *
MUSCLE MANEUVERS:
Tug Week Events To Begin

ON THE HOUSE
By BEA JOHNSON
Since the football team is travelling to Iowa City this weekend
many students will remain on campus with their ears glued to the radio
on Saturday afternoon.
Friday Couzens hall will play hostess at a mixer with men from
Adams, Huber, Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Phi and Delta Tau
Delta houses.
Guests will have to walk the gang plank to attend a "Shipwreck*
party at Chi Omega. "Hell" will be depicted at Alpha Gamma Delta's
"Devil's Holiday."
Fifty couples will don blue jeans for the Mosher hall-Cooley house
square dance.
On Saturday more parties are scheduled,
Gambling equipment shipped in from Detroit will transform the
Theta Xi house into Monte Carlo.
In the evening Hinsdale house will join Tyler House at the Fresh
Air Camp for a Halloween party.
A water filled front porch with fish and ducks will portray the
"Wreck of the Sigma Chi."
Bob Leopold will present dixieland jazz at Phi Kappa Psi while
Henderson house will journey to the Island for a steak roast followed
by a record dance at the house.
Two tons of hay, corn stalks and "old fashioned cider" wil be
featured at the Phi Sigma Kappa barn dance.
Barn scenery including tobacco posters and feed store bags will be
present at Sigma Nu's barn dance.
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Tension is mounting within the
ranks of freshmen and sopho-
mores as they prepare to clash in
a tug-o-war across the Huron to-
morrow..
A large group of spirited sopho-
mores surged down the diagonal
and seized one lonely freshman
today. The .sophomores w e r e
tipped off that John Leppelmyer
was slated to be daptain of the
freshman tug team.
In order to give John a pre-
view of the coming tug-c-war,
they dragged him down the Mall
Students To Hear
'M' Football Game
In UnionLounge
Supporters . of the Michigan
football team will be able to show
their loyalty by cheering the team
on to victory at the Union listen-
ing party to be held at 1:30 p.m.
Saturday in the North Lounge on
the first floor of the Union.
A large blackboard on which an
outline of a gridiron will be drawn
will be the basis of the Union's
attempt to provide a substitute for
television.
An expert in interpreting foot-
ball plays will draw a blow by blow
account of the game on the black-
board so that students will be able
to visualize as well as hear the
event.
Before and after the game as
well as during halftime, record
dancing will take the place of the
antics of the Michigan Marching
Band.

and plunged him into the League
fountain.
However, committee members
say the freshmen will be given a
chance to retaliate when inter-
squad scrimmages are held.
They wi pit East Quadrangle
and West Quadrangle tug teams
and independent and fraternity
teams and take place on tne diag-
onal this afternoon. The3 scrin-
mages will be a warm up for the
tug.
Other Tug Week events are tem
rallies for freshmen and sopho-
moies at 7.30 and dance at the
Union from 9 to midnight today.
The tug-o-war will begin at 1
p.m. tomorrow when the Chicago
House and Fiji bands lead a po-
lice-escorted parade to the Hu-
ron.
Soph Satire
Bob Golter, ticket chairman
for Soph Satire, urges students
planning to attend Saturday
night's performance to pur-
chase tickets.
Tickets are 50 cents and are
available in front of the Union
and on the diagonal.

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