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&Y, OCTOBER 15, 1952



Delta Gamma Takes Swim Title

Ticket Sales



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506 Men Pledge Fraternities at End of Rushing,
Seven Semester Record Set by Greek. Houses
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Second Place


Delta Gamma captured house
honors in the all-campus women's
swimming meet last night at the
Intramural Pool with 24 points,
while Marilyn Mosier and Ciel
Kaplan, each with nine points took
the individual starring roles.
Closely following Delta Gamma
was Collegiate Sorosis with 23
points. Betsy Barbour took the
third place award with 19 points,
followed by Delta Delta Delta and
Palmer House, tied for fourth with
14 points.
s . *
JANE KOHR and Joan Groehn
tied for individual second place
honors with eight points each.
Winners in the 25 yard free
style were Beverly Blanett, Col-
Igiate Sorosis, in first place;
Jane Mac Vaugh, Mosher, sec-
ond; Ann Bartlett, Alpha Delta
Pi, third; and Cynthia Hurd-
rian, Alpha Phi and Eleanor
Corfield, Alpha Phi, tied for
fourth. f
Stroking through to first place
in the 50 yard free style was Jean
Groehn of Palmer House. Follow-
ing in order were Elta Glickstein,
Jordan; Janet Campbell, Delia
Gamma; Elaine Kihen, Delta Delta
Delta; and Gretchen Gay, Alpha
Delta Pi.
Phi won first place honors in the
A 25 yard backstroke. Second was
Jane Groehn of Palmer House,
followed by Ciel Kaplan of Vic-
tor Vaughan in third place, Jane
Hohn, Betsey Barbour in, fourth
and Pat McGuigan, Delta Delta
Delta in fifth place.
Capturing first place in the
50 yard backstroke was Ciel
Kaplan of Victor Vaughan.
Splashing their way across the
finish line behind her were Bar-
bara Fithian, Delta Gamma;

-Daily-Larry Wilk
SWIM MEET-Delta Gamma captured house honors in the all-
campus women's swimming meet last night at the Intramural
Pool while Collegiate Sorosis followed closely in second place and
Betsy Barbour in the third spot. Individual stars were Marilyn
Mosier and Ciel Kaplan with nine points each. Over 250 coeds
competed in the annual meet co-sponsored by the Women's
Athletic Association and the Women's Physical Education De-

For Concert
Joint Program Slated
For Football Weekend
By 'U,' Cornell Groups
Advance ticket sales are under-
way for the combined men's glee
club presentation to be given by
Michigan and Cornell men at 8:30
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 8, at Hill
Tickets may be ordered by ad-
dressing the University of Michi-
gan Men's Glee Club, 1020 Admin-
istration Building. Reserve tickets
and those for the block sections
are now on sale.
Prices start at $2.20 for the main
floor and part of the first balcony.
The rest of the first balcony will
handle tickets priced at $1.50. The
charge for the second balcony is
90 cents.
Block tickets may be ordered by
filling in the blank in the Daily
or by writing to the above address.
Block A, $2.20, is composed of
the three central sections of the
main floor, and the first eight rows
of three central sections of the
first balcony.
Block B, $1.50, seats will be in
the two side sections of the main
floor and first balcony and the last
seven rows of three central sec-
tions of the first balcony.
Block C, .90 cents, is in the top
balcony. The plan for selling re-
serve blocks was initiated this year.
This replaces the former policy of
selling only general admission
General admission tickets will
be on sale the week before the
The concert will be staged after
the football teams of the two uni-
versities have met in the Michi-
gan Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Last year a similar concert was
held following the Michigan-Cor-
nell game in Ithaca, New York.
Although Michigan suffered a
defeat on the gridiron at that time-
it has been observed that Michigan
upheld her honor on the concert
stage that night. The packed
house then and the general suc-
cess of the concert prompted the
return of the combined singers
this year.

* * ,,
Dorothy Allabun, Betsey Bar-
bour; Eleanor Cochran, Alpha
Xi Delta and Claire Shephard,
Marilyn Mosier, Collegiate Sor-
osis and Donna Metzger, Betsy
Barbour crossed the finish line
in a tie in the 25 yard breaststroke.
In third place was Tish Dow,
Betsy Barbour, while Shirley Cox,
Stockwell and Pat McGuigan,
Delta Delta Delta, finished in
fourth and fifth places respect-
* * *
COMPETING for Delta Gamma,
Judy Brown finished in first place
in the 50 yard breaststroke. Mari-
lyn Mosier, Collegiate Sorosis was
behind her in second place. Tish
Dow, Betsy Barbour, was third in
the race, while Jane Kohr, Delta
Delta Delta and Shirley Cox,
Stockwell, finished fourth and
Twisting and turning her way
to victory, Jane Kohr, Delta
Delta Delta, finished first in
the diving ,events. Other out-

Panhel Ball Decorations
There will be a meeting of
the decorations committee for
Panhellenic Ball at 5 p.m. to-
day in the League. Room num-
ber will be posted. Jean Fresh-
ouer, member of the central
committee, announced that ev-
very sorority must be repre-

S ,
standing performances were
given by the other winners.
Joan Groehn, Palmer, was sec-
ond followed by Dorothy Alla-
ben, Betsy Barbour; Jean Kurtz,
Pi Beta Phi and Jane Thomp-
son, Delta Gamma.
Concluding the evening's events
was a relay race, each team being
composed of four members. The
Delta Gamma team was first, with
Collegiate Sorosis following in sec-
ond place. Alpha Phi and Kappa
Kappa Gamma finished in a tie
for third, followed by Delta Delta
Delt# in fifth place.
* * * -
THE RACES were divided into
heats, with the teams with the
best times being declared the win-
Over 250 women competed in
the meet, compared with last
year's competing field of about
The annual meet was co-spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation and the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department.
* * *
DURING intermission Michifish
members Margaret Lord and Mari-
lyn Mosier were featured in a
water ballet, their interpretation
of the "Valentino Tango."
Donna Hoffman, Michifish
manager and Miss Fritzie Gareis,
club advisor, handled organi-
zation of the meet.
Miss Gareis was referee for the
events. Miss Ruth Harris served
as starter, while Miss Helen Stew-
art and Miss Joan Farrell were
wandering timers. Miss Elizabeth
Ludwig, Miss Etta Walters, Miss
Gamble and Miss Whitney, all of
the Physical Education Depart-
ment, served as official timers.
Martha Cook took top honors
in last year's meet with Alpha
Omicron Pi and Alpha Gamma
Delta tying for second place. In
third place was Delta Delta Delta.
Individual star last October was
Erminie Crocket, competing for
Martha Cook. Norma Felcyn was

Ray Leslie Hockstad, '56; Oleg Lo-
vanov-Rostovsky, '56; Joseph Lee
Murphy, '54BA; Richard W. Neu-
man, '56; Thomas Palmer,
'56A&D; Alan Edwin Price, '55;
William L. Redifer, '56; Gerald
James Roos, '56; Charles William
Schafer, '55A&D; Robert Sowat-
sky, '54E; Charles E. Sweet, '56;
Richard York St. John, '56; Ray-
mond Walter Wagganer, '56;
Charles Louis Wood, '56E and
Richard H. Zimmerman, '56.
* * *
Thomas Adams, '56; William John
Doney, '55; Paul George Ganzen-
huber, '54; Donald Murray Gold-
smith, '56; John Walter Hackett,
'56; Fredrick Karl Hohwart, '55E;
Lawrence French Holbrook, '56;
Wallace Gordon Juntunen, '55;
John Johuston McClay, '56; Rob-
ert Henry McSweeny, '55; William
George Morse, '55E; George Rob-
ert Schatz, '55E; Thomas George
Schwarder, '56; Benjamin Armond
Stolz, '55 and Deane Murray
Truesdell, '56.
T. M. Campbell, '55Mus. and Clar-
ence M. King, '56Mus.
.* *
KAPPA SIGMA: Vernon Dale
Barker, '55; Richard Lee Brehm,
'55; Robert Myron Clampitt, '55;
Richard Norman Emery, '56E;
Marcus Allen Ferrelli, '56; Charles
Augustus Forrest, '55; David Louis
Green, '55Mus.; Denis Carl Har-
bath, '56; Charles William Harris,
'56A&D; Lawrence Byron Houck,
'56Phar.; George Albert Kling,
'55; William Janse Landman, '53E;
John Edward MacDonald, '56;
James Armstrong McCullough,
'56E; Gene Edward Mertz, '55E;
Ray Wilson Peterson, Jr., '54NS;
Harrah Robert Reynolds, '6Mus.;
Gary William Schroeder, '55;
George Rexford Scott, '55Mus.;
Glen Arnold Thomet, '56E; Paul
Edward Vawter, Jr., '56 and Ed-
ward Alfred White, '56E.
Andrews, '56; John F. Breen, '56;
Harold E. Cruger, '56; Jim Dutch-
er, '55Ed.; Robert E. Griffith,'56;
Paul L. Gruner, Jr., '56A&D; Wil-
ford Larson, '56E; Richard E. Mor-
gan, '56E; James A. Pickard, '55E;
Ralph Richter, Jr.; '56; Walter P.
Simmons, '56 and Gerald T. Stein,
* *
PI LAMBDA PHI: Bill Pittier.
'56; Daniel Weiss, '56; . Howard
Guggenheim, '55P; Henry Berin-
stein, '56; Dave Cavitch, '55; Pe-
ter M. De Groot, '56; Leonard
Drabkin, '55; Alec Englander, '56;
Don R. Faskow, '56; Leon Felman,
'56E; Joseph Ferbstein, '56; Jo-
seph Fishman, '56; Robert Gins-
berg, '56; H. Stephen Hill, '56; Ber-
nard Levine, '56; Aaron Lutz, '56;
Fred Neuwirth, '55A; Kenard
Strauss, '56; Robert Weinbaum,
'56; Fred Halberin, '56; Jerome
Stern, '56.
* * L
Andreae, 56E; Lee A. Bertling, '56;
Bruce Breiholz, '56; John G. Cart-
wright, '55; Kenneth Copp,
54Phar.; Richard Courtney, '56;
Charles W. Dare, '56E; William L.
DeLoria, '56Arch.; Mitchell Drake,
'54BA; Robert E. Fritts, '56E;
Richard D. Harrison, '56; George
F. Grove, '56E; Jack Lichty, '56;
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hellenic will hold a meeting at 5
p.m. today in the League. Room
number will be posted.
* * *
TIVES-There will be a Board of
Representatives meeting at 4:30
p.m. today at the League.
HILLEL-A coffee hour and mu-
sical will be held from 4 to 5
p.m. tomorrow at the Hillel build-
ing. 1429 Hill Street.
* * *
RIDING CLUB-There will be
a meeting of the Riding Club at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in WAB. New
members, both men and women,
are invited to join this co-recre-
ational club, sponsored by the Wo-
men's Athletic Association.
ative rhythm and play activities
for boys and girls 4-12 years old
will be offered Saturday, Oct. 18
at Barbour Gymnasium.
This project serves as a labor-
atory for elementary school teach-
ers and physical education majors
for the purpose of observing chil-
dren dancing and playing games.
The laboratory, an annual affair
will be held every Saturday for the
next. eight weeks. Parents may
register their children at 8:30 Sat-
urday morning at Barbour Gym.






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