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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Twenty-Two

Sunday, February 12, 1956

Sunday; February 12, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IT WAS JUST TOO MUCH FOR SOME FOLKS-J-Hop is a
good thing if it is handled properly. Too many people went
away for a ski trip or a booze blast. Here the father of one
dipso visits his worn-out son in the cells in Angell Hall.

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The Migchian Daley will con-
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Classes wil mete in teh StudEtn
Publicatonis BuILdign, loctaoed. on
mAynrad Stree t? Metings willl
be hedl From 7 m.p. to ( p.m.,
Monddy, Weddy and Friddy.
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field.
Build&940%4c;a. Booze!

Free packages of El Burno cigarettes were given out at J-Hop
Friday. Some people stuffed them in the orchestra's trumpets,
but others gave them to Wave Rod who was "Dyin' for a fag."

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SCRIBE BEBE SNOBERTSON
... babbling broad
Cook Dorm
Lowers All
Barriers
By GOO PEPUP
Leona B. Freakma, director at
Martha Cook building announced
today 75 vacancies are available in
the dormitory, known all over the
campus as a citadel for refined
young women.
"I will welcome interviews from
any women on campus," Mrs.
Freakma said. I would like to en-
courage girls with grade averages
at least below a two point, girls
from low income families and
young women who aren't interested
in campus activities to apply. In
order to provide a more hetero-
genous atmosphere, I would wel-
come applications from women
now living in co-ops.
What we have in mind, she ex-
plained, is the sort of disorganized
young woman who studies only
when the need strikes her, isn't
active on campus, is rarely at the
dormitory for meals and after din-
ner announcements. We want girls
to feel free to do whatever they
please," she added with a smile.
"The fewer inhibitions the better."
Other new changes in the build-
ing policy include suspension of
closing hours. From now on cur-
fews will be removed because the
Martha Cook Board of Governors
feels that after careful study, the
system of locking doors and the
insistence on meeting specific
hours tended to be too repressive.
From now on continuous open-
house policy will be in effect.
Echoing Mrs.5Freakma's views
Chris Saggs, '56, Martha Cook
president, said in the future in-
formality and unconventionalness
will be stressed. The main idea,
she said, is to make Martha Cook
as relaxed as possible. She added
that house meetings will be com-
pletely abolished:
A survey taken among the pres-
ent residents of the dormitory in-
dicate that on the whole opinion
favors these new policies: "It
should be very interesting," one
sociology major remarked, "to see
how girls of varying socio-econom-
ic backgrounds react to the change
in environment and how they
integrate themselves into the total
overall picture adjusting to new
mores and folkways."
"This sounds better than Ben-
nington College," one co-ed chuck-
led gleefully, "I can hardly wait
for it to go into effect."
There were some dissenting opin-
ions. One co-ed, who claimed to
represent a fairly large segment
of opinion, said wvehemently, "is
nothing sacred?"

By DILL PUGLIS
and BEBE SNOBERTSON
Schports Editors
You are in the dressing room:
Only minutes before, the final
whistle had blown on what was
.perhaps the greatest athletic spec-
tacle of our time.
The scent-Fairy Field. Here,
on this hallowed, historic sod -
where Yost's mighty legions once
tramped-today tramped an even
greater horde-a horde of fight-
ing females which swept all be-
fore them in the greatest field
hockey battle ever played.
All-Stars Go Ape
The victors-a fantastic bunch
of cuties who call themselves the
Michigan All-Stars. The losers-
the once mighty Wolverine Varsi-
ty.
We are in the Varsity locker
room. Defeat hangs heavy in the
air. Coach Bea Oosterkugle paces
the far end of the floor-she is
ruined.
Her team has been belted out
of the famed Toilet Bowl Classic.
Just one more victory would have
sent them on to this great spec-
tacle in istoric Sani-Flush Stadi-
um. But they were knocked out
of it this afternoon by the gamest
group of broads we have ever
seen.
The gloom is so thick in the

dressing room you could cut it
with a scalpel. We walk over to
the defeated Wolverine star Rona
Shamer.
It was Shamer-the great All-
American who suffered the most
horrible experience that can come
to an athlete. With but three
seconds to go in the game, tiny
Nan, "Forever and ever" Amber-
son swept past her to score the
winning goal.
Cute little Amberson, whose
crewcut flapped wildly in the
breeze, represented her Alma Mat-
er-Stangle Hall, in the game. She
was traded Just one hour before
game time, to the Gamma Fools
-whose uniform she will wear
next year.
Amberson wasn't the only girl
who ruined the shattered Rona
Shamer today. Earlier in the game,'
diminutive Shirley Burpowitz, rep-
resenting Delta Phi Epsomsalts on
the All Stars, belted Shamer in
the left, rear, molar-knocking it
some fifty four paces to the left.
Gone Are the Teeth
We walked up to Shamer. Teeth
were obviously missing, as she sat
there grimacing at us. We asked
for a comment. All she could
say was "It hoits ta lose." She
glared wildly at us, and then
slumped to the floor-unconscious,
Gone were the dreams of the
Toilet Bowl for lovely Louise Bowl-

meover. After three years on the
varsity-Louise had hoped fer-
vently to finally make the grand
trip to Sani-flush Stadium-but
it was not in the cards.
We interviewed Bowlmeover in
the locker room. It wasn't a pret-
ty sight. She told us "Jeez-dis
game was ruf. I don't tink I
coulda made da toilert bowl any-
how."
We left Bowlmeover to her sor-
rows, and approached Tammy
Mincemeat, captain-elect of next
year's varsity. Tall, and lean, it
was her last second score that
beat Iowa earlier in the year, but
she wasn't much out there today.
We asked her why? With a
trickle of blood dripping from her
grizzled chin, she drawled-"dose
broadsfrom de All-Stars weretoo
good for me."
Faked Out
We interview Joan ToMorrow
-the strongest varsity defense-
man in history. It was she who
was falred out time and time again
when the blue chips were down,
We will never forget white-shirted
All-Star Marcia Gelchert of Delta
Phi Epsomsalts whizzing by her
to score that tying goal with four
seconds to play in the first per-
iod.
ToMorrow was sobbing as she
removed her padding after the
game. One of her eyes sat quietly
in a bottle on the nearby table.
"Gad-it was a .rough game-lost
my second eye in two weeks out
dere. Dat goilie from Chicaga-
gee House - whbsis - ah-Carol
Cold Ham-gouged it out in da
last quarter. Gee-it sure hoits."
Michele Rotund-the last rem-
nant of varsity power out there
today was leaving her final show-
er of the year when we spotted
her. She was far from happy.
"Dat Marlene Crawmouth of-oh
-wats dat sorority-Awful Dirty
Pies-somtin like dat-she danced
right around me dere couldn't
stop her."
We were ready to leave-when
Coach Bea Oosterkugle called us
over. Adjusting her pince nez-
she sobbed-"Oh-hell-I already
had my reservations for da big
Toilet Bowl game-but I guess
that's kind of down the drain
now."
It sure was.

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SOME PEOPLE COULDN'T MAKE THE SKI TRIP-Shown above
is Captain Lilo Von Smedleyborn as he prepares the first launch
for the weekend trip up the Huron River. At least 8,000,000
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