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Events Around Campus
. - Petitioning opens JGP. Interviews will be held to-
c for assistant dance morrow.
stgemaagrasis-* * *
stage manager, assist- DAMES CLUB - First general
manager and campus meeting of the Michigan Dames
chairman, says Penny will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
general chairman for the League Ballroom.

CallingBack TheGods... Swimming Club Members To Me

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Old and new Michifish members
will have a meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the women's pool.
New members are Mary Ann
Boettcher, Jacquie Bresnahan,
Jane Caris, Valerie Cole, Joan
Dean, Beverly' Ford, Lee Foster,
Sally Hansen, Kirsten James,
Dorothy Jensen and Jane Miller.
Other new Michifish include
Barbara Muller, Penny Palmer,
Nancy Schwartz, Sue Schwartz,
Susan Skarstad, Paula Struck,
Mary Helen Taylor, Susan Taylor,
Anne Verhey and Pat Wright.
All Michifins will have a meet-
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
women's pool. Michifin tryout re-
sults are Winnie Allen, Judy Alli-
son, Elaine Ash, Carolyn Beall,
Phyllis Bigelow, Pat Blickle, Caro-
lyn Borth, Bluma Bremen and
Babs Brown.
Martha Cavanagh, Ann Cheney,
Nancy Copenhauer, Helen Cush-
ing, Margo Davis, Mary Davis, Su-
sie Davis, Toni Deflorio, Connie

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Degnan, Perry Di Mattia, Doro-
thy Dubpernell, Jackie Efrusy,
Judy Elwell, Sue Fenton, Jo Marie
Fleming and Marty Fontana, were
also chosen.
Other new members are Helen
Freedman, Julie Gaines, Judy
Haan, Barbara Hirst, Sarah Ho-
gan, Pam Jessop, Bessie Katis, Joy
Kersheske, Carol Kibiger, Jerry
Kielbasa, Nancy Killman, Jane
Killpack, Reiko Kim, and Judy
Krempa.
Included are Barbara Landis,
Enid Lappin, Susan Loriner, Caro-
lyn Lucas, Elizabeth Lyttle, Lynn
Mefort, Lois Miller, Vernica
Moody, Louise McQuilken, Sharyl
Nelson, Mary Jane Nissly, Gail
Pastor, Sue Peterson, Brenda
Saunders, Marilynn Schmier, El-
len Schrieber, Louise Sellgren, and
Irene Shapiro.
Also chosen were Muriel Shep-
herd, Abbie Sheren, Barbara Sie-
gel, Carol Sladek, Jane Sprague,

Sally Stephenson, Pat Stowe, Jean Marty Ward, Polly Wi
Sweebe, Betsy Swift, Margie Upp, lis Wiseman, Audrey
Gretchen Van Dis, Carol Wallace, Carole. Yessin.
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-Daily-Norman Jacobs
HOMECOMING WORKERSput finishing touches on decorations
for Homecoming Dance. For the first time, block tickets will be
available to all housing units Wednesday through Monday, Oct. 14.
There will be a mass meeting for all those interested in selling
tickets at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Union.
MAGAZINE EDITOR:
Senior Coed Engaged

This is Ann

Mr. Powledge, also an English
major, received his B. A. from the
University of North Carolina last
June. Presently he-is serving with
the United States Army at Fort
Dix, New Jersey. He expects to be
released from active duty early in
December.
The wedding will take place at
2:00 p.m., December 21, in St.
Clement's Church, Chicago.
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Here are the perfect coats not only for rainy days l
also for those in-between Autumn days that are too wa
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If YOU had a Dalton cathedral
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The muted, mottled colors are
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TAMMY MORRISON

Mr. and Mrs. Peter John Morri-
son of Chicago, announce, the en-
gagement of their daughter Ta-
bitha Ann to Fred Arlius Pow-
ledge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlius
Powledge of Raleigh, North Caro-
lina.
Miss Morrison, a senior in the
School of Literature, Science and
the Arts, is majoring in English.
She served as judiciary chairman
in Prescott House last year and
now is magazine editor of The
Daily. She is a member of Wyvern
and Mortar Board.
Dance Classes
League dancing classes begin
tomorrow. Advanced class will be
held at 7:15 p.m. with exhibition
dancing at 8:30 p.m.
Beginner I classes of intermedi-
ate dancing, for those who have
not had previous instruction but
have had some dancing experi-
ence, will be held at 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday. Begin-
ner II classes of intermediate
dance will begin at 8:30 p.m. on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
All classes are held in the League
Ballroom.-

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Campus Theatre

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