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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Winners of Fortnight Announced

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PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION:
Members of Ulir Ski Club

Barbour

Gets

Top Award
Betsy Barbour walked off with
the traditional cup presented for
the best skit at Fortnight last
night.
Second-place winner was Hen-
derson House and Adelia Cheever
came in third of the 17 skits.
The annual skit night is spon-
sored by Assembly Association of
independent women, and offers
coeds an opportunity to enter into
competition between independent
4 houses for top awards for the skits
they have written and presented.
Also on the program was the
presentation of awards to coeds
who have maintained scholastic
averages of 3.8 or higher during
the fall and spring semester of
1951-52. Registrar Ira Smith
made these awards.
For their freshman year Donna
Chapin, Tilla Savanuck, Patricia
Shaw, Linda Reck, Marjorie Kratz,
Margaret Takagi and Lois Klein1
received awards.
Helen Beatson, Frances Hill,
Naonmi Lemkey and Shirley Swin-
son were honored for their sopho-
more records.
Yun Ching Chou, Rita Levine
and Joyce Winter received awards
for grades achieved in their jun-
ior year.
Four independent women's hous-
es received cups for high scholas-
ticaverages. These were Cheever,
2.9; Cook, 2.99; Mosher, 2.61 and
Hollis House, 2.76. This is the
first year a league house has been

WillHold Meeting T
Ski enthusiasts, both those pro- during the winter
ficient in whizzing downhill and plans being made
those not so proficient, are invited ferent movie at e
to attend a meeting of the Ullr
Ski Club at 7:30 p.m. today in the Skilled member
Union. lessons for less p
A professional skier from a De- in the Arboretum
troit sporting goods store will be Members will a]
on hand to demonstrate equip- privilege of usingt
ment used in the sport and to take to "bone up" on ju
orders from club members for any Books in this lib
goous which they might need. purchased by the
Those attending wiii a.-o see
a movie entitled, "How to Ski," Club dues fort
which will be accompanied by been set at $2.
a talk by a professional ski in- may purchase a
strutor.patch for 25 cen
At this meeting, members will
discuss plans for a ski weekend be-
ginning Friday, Jan. 9, to Boyne,
Mich. Skiers will travel by bus,
and the committee planning the
trip has estimated costs for the
whole weekend at approximately
$25.
Other trips have been planned
between semesters and during -t
spring vacation, at which time
club members will journey to the
mountains of Aspen, Colo.
The club will meet each week

onight
r months, with
to show a dif-
ach meeting.
s will provide
proficient skiers
free of charge.
Iso be given the
the club library
umps and turns.
rary have been
club.
this year have
Every member
club shoulder
nts.
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HINSDALE PRESENTS SKIT

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honored, and Hollis House received
a plaque which will be engraved
with their name.
Adrienne Shufro, president of
Assembly Association, introduced
members of the Assembly Board,
installed the house presidents and
presented them with the pin of
their office.
The rest of the program was
taken up with the presentation of
skits and awarding of trophies.
Judges for the event were Phyl-
lis Kaufman, president of the

* * *
League; Roger Wilkens, president
of the senior class; Merritt Green,
captain of the football team.
Barbour's skit was directed by
Betsy Smith and Virginia Voss.
It was centered around the theme
"Boys will be boys," and featured
scenes from periods of the Odys-
sey, Hamlet and 1984 showing
how boys will be boys.
Two tickets to Gulantics were
presented to Lois Barnard, resi-
dent director of Victor Vaughn
House, who won the door prize.

J-Hop
Students who received tem-
porary reservations to J-Hop
will be given as much priority
as those with permanent reser-
vations when purchasing tick-
ets after vacation.

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HATCHER OPEN HOUSE-The
Men's and Women's Glee Clubs
will perform at the Hatcher Open
House to be held from 4 to 6 p.m.
today in the Hatcher residence.
BOARD OF REPS-The Board
of Representatives will meet at 4
p.m. today in the League.
LANGUAGE CLUBS-Members
of the Spanish, German, and
French Clubs are invited to at-
tend a joint Christmas party at
7:30 p.m. tonight in the League.
* * *
' BRIDGE NIGHT-Union Bridge
Night will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
night at the Union. J-Hop tickets
will be awarded to winning play-
ers.
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NEWBERRY VS. STOCKWELL
-Newberry will meet Stockwell in
the volleyball challenge game at
7:10 'p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
BADMINTON CLUB - There
will be no meeting of the Badmin-
ton Club today.
* . *
SOPH CAB -- There will be a
mass meeting for all members of
Sophomore Cabaret at 7:30 p.m.
tonight.
* * *
PANHEL VARIETY-There will
be a Panhel Variety Show com-
mittee meeting at 4 p.m. today
in the League.
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PHYS ED CLUB-Members of
the Phys Ed Club will be enter-
tained at their Annual Christmas
Breakfast this morning.

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