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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1956

THE MICHIGAN MATEY

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WEDYE$DAY, NOVE~ER 21,1956 THE MICUIGAN DAILY PAG! FWI~

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CADDIES AT COLLEGE:
Evans Scholars Keep
Ideals of Originator

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It's that new V8 in the '57 Chevrolet.
It's as quiet as a contented cat and
as smooth as cream . . . and it's
cat-quick in response when you call
for action!
No household tabby sitting in a sunny
window ever purred more softly than
Chevy's new V8 engine. You can
scarcely tell when it's idling.

But when you nudge the accelerator,
you know it's there, all right! Its right-
now response keeps you out of highway
emergencies. It overpowers steep hills
with such ease they seem like level
landscape.
This new Chevrolet V8 puts up to 245
high-compression horsepower * under
your comm.and! It's sassy, sure-but as
tame to your touch as a purring pussy-
cat. Come try the smoothest V8 you
ever put a toe to.

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KATHRYN CROSSETT

Crossett-Habel
Mrs. Donna Scovotto of New
Orleans, Louisiana, and Mr. Jay
N. Crossett of Detroit, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Kathryn Jo Crossett, to Mr. Dan
William Habel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Habel of Ann Arbor.
Miss Crossett is a senior in the
University of Michigan Nursing
School.
Mr. Habel is a sophomore in the
University Medical School and a
member of Phi Rho Sigma fra-
ternity.
The couple plan a July wedding..

MARY KANE
Kane-Paton
Mr.and Mrs. William P. Kane
of Detroit recently announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Mary, to Roger G. Paton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Paton of
Closter, New Jersey.
Both Miss Kane and Mr. Paton
are graduate students at the Uni-
versity. Miss Kane wasgraduated
from the University in June, with
a B.A. in English and was treas-
urer of the Literary College senior
class. She was also secretary of
Alpha Omicron P1.
A December 15 wedding is
planned.

Campus Leaders Agree
I1CEROYS
are Smoother

By NANCY STAMM !
"The chain is as strong as its
weakest link, and in our organi-
zation there is no place for a weak
link," said one of the Evans Schol-
ars.
Chick Evans is the originator of
the Evans Scholars, the most suc-
cessful privately endowed scholar-
ship fund in America. The Chick
Evans story is the story of the
Evans Scholars.
In 1898 when Evans was eight
years old, he began caddying at
the Edgewater Golf Club. When
Evans was 19, he had won his first
of eight Western Amateur Cham-
pionships.
Birth of Evans Scholars
In 1916, after he had won both
the National Open and the Na-
tional Amateur championships,
the idea of the Evans Scholars
was first conceived. Evans and
his mother discussed the plan of
sending deserving caddies to col-
lege. His recordings of golf in-
struction provided the first funds
for his program.
Over 500 caddies have received
scholarship asistance in the last
five years, as compared to the
first two Evans Scholars who en-
tered Northwestern in 1930.
According to Evans, "the pro-
gram will continue to grow as
caddie scholarships are better un-
derstood. Caddies are fighting for
a better America and deserve a
higher educational opportunity be-
cause of their fortitude in solv-
ing their problem of lack of money
and opportunity."
'U' Chapter Established
When Evans suggested the idea
of caddie scholarships, Western
Golf Association was the first to
accept the challenge. The Asso-
ciation selected the Detroit Dis-
trict Golf Association to establish
a chapter at the University. The
'U' chapter was named after
James Standish, a past president'
of the Detroit District Golf Asso-
ciation.
The Standish Chapter House.
was a gift of the Detroit Golf As-
FC To Plan
Annual Ball,'
Kiddie Party
The Interfraternity Council
sponsored a banquet for the fra-
ternity presidents and faculty last
night at the Lambda Chi Alpha
house.
Toastmaster for the program
was John Zeigler, Sigma Chi, '54,
now in law school. Bill West, Delta
Tau Delta from Ohio Wesleyan,
and advisor for the International
Students Association, was thei
speaker for the evening. Mike
Jackson was the Chairman of this
biannual banquet.
Climaxing the 1957 Greek Week
will be the IFC Ball. The Central
Committee for the dance was cho-
sen recently. Chairmen for the
various committees are Mark Sa-
bin, publicity; Neil Gray, decora-i
tions; Fred Holt, programs and
patrons; Bob Stahl, tickets; Rog-;
er Netzer, building and grounds-
finance; and Jeannette Cameron,
secretary. The IFC Ball will be
held Saturday, March 30.
Plans for a children's Christmas
party Saturday, Dec. 15, are be-
ing made by Mike Jackson, social
committee chairman.1

sociation. Contributions from sev-
eral local people have provided the
funds needed for decorating and
repainting of the house.
The first Evans Scholar to at-
tend the University, William Nen-
ec, entered in 1948. The real birth
of the chapter was on September
16, 1952 when 16 Evans Scholars
formed the third chapter.
Academic, Activities Awards
Annual awards given by the
chapter are the Scholastic Award
and Scholastic I m p r o v e m e n t
Award. The Roland C. Zagnoli
Outstanding Freshman Award is
also given annually. This award
is based on one's participation in
house activities, c o o p e r a t i o n
shown in housework assignments.
participation in house activities,
and a 2.5 grade point average. The
Chris Brinke Outstanding Senior
Award is given annually to the
senior who has done the most for
the house during his four years.
Among the chapter sponsored
social events are a Christmas par-
ty, Dad's day, The Golf Ball, the
Plebe Banquet, Senior Day, the
Tea Party, and the Tree Rush.
Originally the Evans' scholar-
ship was awarded to those in fi-
nancial need only. In awarding the
scholarship the emphasis has
shifted to recognition of high
school achievement rather than fi-
nancial need. Of the present
Evans Scholars, 14 members hold
scholarships from other organiza-
tions.
Members Active on Campus
Activities are very important to
the members as is evident in their
participation in campus activities.
John Schubeck, president of th e
Evans Scholars, is a member of
Michigama, Sphinx and announc-
es all band performances at the
football games. Steve Uzelac, also
a member of Michigama and
Sphinx, is captain of the Univer-
sity golf team and a member of
the Board of Control of Intercol-
legiate Athletics.
Working on the Daily are Bill
Haney, Night Editor; Len Cyr and
Irv Henrickson; John Hirtzel,
chief photographer and Jack
Stroh, the national advertising
manage. Tryouts on the staff are
Dick Martens, Jerry Char and Re-
nato Gonzalez.
Holding office positions on the
Technic, the engineering school
paper, are Ray Homicz, Gary
Mueller and John Szurpicki.
New Leather

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Washable

New leather gloves will soon be
available that can be cleaned in
the family washing machine.
The first such feminine appar-
el, now starting to appear in re-
tail stores, reportedly can be
washed without losing color, shape
or softness.
Made possible by newly-devel-
oped dyeing and tanning tech-
niques, washable leather should
mean a shot in the arm for the
leather glove business, which now
claims $50,000,000 a year in sales.
To Affect Chemical Industries
This should have a sharp effect
on the chemical industries, now
selling approximately $1,500,000
worth of chemicals to glove leath-
er tanners.
At first, only white leather was
made washable, but now gloves
in the complete color range can be
washed.

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BILL ADAMS, '57 (right), Student Government Council
President, has smoked Viceroys 11/a years. "I switched to Viceroys,"
he says, "because I wanted that smoother taste of better tobaccos,
delivered through those 20,000 filters."

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HERE'S THE REASON! Only Viceroy has 20,000 filters
in every tip... twice as many filters as the two other largest-selling
filter brands. That's why so many college men and women say:
"Viceroys are the smoothest taste in smoking!"
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