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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE FtV

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

CROP AND SADDLE:
'U Riding Club Announces

ADC Considers New Study Plan

New Drill Team Members To Raise Freshmen Scholarship

By PAT NORTONScoasiprgesitnth{!
polo. Miss Briggs said this is a Scholaship progress within and a lack of knowing how to pre- habits and a list of the librarie
Crop and Saddle division of the very popular sport for riders. residence halls was discussed at ad a la s. and r ls of eiba
pare for exams. and their hours of service.
Riding Club have elected new Broomstick Polo Fun the Assembly Dormitory Council Ways that ADC felt it could help 'Big Sisters' to Aid Freshmen
members for the coming year. 'It is so well organized and pop meeting. solve this problem were to hold a
"Since so many riders tried out ular that at Cornell University an ADC members discussed ways study type clinic sometime during Another suggestion of ADC mem
for the drill team 14 were selecteadmittance fee is charged to the orientation week and send out a: bers was to encourage big sister
this year instead of the regular spectators,"she commented, add- that the problem of low averages booklet to all incoming freshmen. in the residence halls to tale thei
12," Janey Briggs, club co-man- ng that it was equally fun for within the dorms can be allevi- This booklet would contain little sisters to the library and t'
ager, said. the participants as for the specta- ated, sample type exams, hints on study stress study habits.
New Club riders are Jane An- trs Freshmen seem to pull the house At Monday's meeting it was an
Nrews, Miss Briggs, Carol Cook, tA a temiof thi s averages down thus making it im- League Meetings nounced that there will be a com
Donna Eichenlaub and Judy rol.oookn t e eritheing Club:tilepossiblesfor the big dorms with all .tpulsory dress rehearsal for Fort
Franklin. John Greenwald and is in versa the coed classes to win the scholar- Coed meetings to be held this nite skits at 2 a.m., today, in th
Spart in members who are helping to teach ship awards. week include: The three senior Leida Mendelssohn Theatre.
Kim Henry will also take the game to others." she said. . women's honoraries: Mortar- Annually sponsored by Assembl
club activities. Helping the members learn the Study Problems Discussed board, Scroll and Senior Society, Association, Fortnite will featur
New Team Members sport of bromstick polo are Dino Discussion revealed that the which will meet at 9 p.m. tomor- skits by the various residence halls
Terry Hughes, Judy Kessler. Ron Samaja and Bill Blythe. main difficulty is that the fresh- row in the League. Also, there the announcement of Senior Soci
Reid and Joan Rodman are other Chosing team members will not men don't know how to study, will be a Senate meeting at 4 ety members, and the presentatiox
new members. Continuing the list be until after Thanksgiving vaca- Other problems lay within the' p.m. Tuesday in the League. of scholarship cups and hous
of new members is Dino Samaia, tion. rooming situation, library facilities president pins.
Carol Simpson and Laura Wilson. - ---- ~-
"The precision drill team will
meet twice a month," Ron Reid,
drill leader, announced.
"Practice would be held in an:
indoor ring. Whenever weather per-
mits, drills will be held outside,"
he added.
A challenge system is used to
keep the best riders on the drill
team.
Explaining the system, Miss
Briggs said, "if, at a later date, a
person not in the Crop and SaddlePT
feels he is a capable rider and is SEN IO R PR OT
enthusiastic about joining the
group, he may challenge a mem-
ber."
Challenge is Judged must be returned to Colona Studio by
Chalengeis Jdge

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-Daily-Charles Curtiss
INDEPENDENTS' NIGHT-"That's me, I'm six," is the title of Mosher Hall's Fortnite skit. From left
to right are Charlene Barnhill, a gateholder, Peggy Wolley who portrays St. Peter, Lorrie Weier-who
is Eloise and Ellie Sedam, another gateholder. Fortnight will be held November 19, in the League.
In ependent Women To Vie For
Top Honors in Annual Fortnite

Friendly rivalry will prevail
when independent women repre-1
sent their house skits on stage at.
the annual Fortnite.
. h"Only Heaven Knows," which is
the theme this year, will be pre-
sented at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Sponsored by the Assembly As-
sociation, F'ortnite features skits
by the various residence halis.
Non-competitors will include the
members of the Assembly Board,
as well as house mothers and deans
of women.
o' Consecutive Acts
As in the professional theatre,
the acts will follow consecutively,
with an angel to pin up houses an-
Fashion News
Dramatic, graceful lines of
the ballerina have been dupli-
cated this year in the latest
styles in sportswear. The tra-
ditional leotard that has al-
ways been- synonomous with
ballet is now also being worn
in the place of knee socks.
These leotards are sold with
matching blouses, shell flats,
and bermuda shorts.
This ensemble, besides trans-
forming it's wearers into slen-
der, graceful sylphs also pro-
vides warmth for the cold
winter days. The elasticity of
the leotard allows free move-
ment and agility.

nouncing the houses and their by Miss Elsie Fuller in four divi-
theme. sions. Cups will be given to houses
Written originally bythe 'oeds, with the highest academic averageI
there will be takeoffs on Elvis, in the class under 100; 101 to 200;I
Lillian Roth, Peanuts and Presi-
d Hte 201 and un. There is also a cup!

Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, chairman for the highest all around average tWhen, sare agacontinued, "the
of' the judges, will present the in any category,.w ieslr gi jde n
awards to the winning houses. At 2 p.m. today there will be a their horsemanship, and the better1
In addition to the skits, Fortnite mandatory dress rehearsal for all one of the two join the Club."
is also an occasion to recognize participants. Students who tried out for the
independent women. Central chairman of Fortnite is original team but did not make it'
Honors To Be Bestowed Gloria Green. Her committee are invited by Miss Briggs to at-
Joyce Rubens, president of chairmen include: Jane Murphy, tend the meetings of the Crop and
Senior Society, will announce the programs; Alice Umemoto, pub- Saddle team.
names of the new members of the licity; Teddy McCorkle, skits and One of the activities which the
independent women's honorary. Frankie Moran, awards. club will take up is broomstick
' Jean Scruggs, president of As- -__________ - _-_ -__
sembly, will present presidents pins
to house officers.
Scholarship cups will be awarded
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