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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 195
SHARPSHOOTER:
Rifle Coach Wins Tr o

THE MICHIG~AN DAILY AR1

PAGE F

-Daily-Norman Jacobs
GUN FUN-Nancy Newman, coach of the Women's Rifle Club,
reminisces of her many achievements in riflery during the past
five years.j
TTp Tunes To Spark
IHC-Assembly Sing
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Few people can boast of more
honors and recognition in shooting
than Nancy Newman, coach and
manager of the Women's Rifle
Club.
Miss Newman holds three na-
tional records in riflery and has
participated and placed in every
national tournament since she be-
gan shooting five years ago.
Family Pastime
It all began when her father
suggested they take up shooting
as a family pastime. However, it
soon became a major part of their
family life.
Being a member and leading
shot on the Women's Oakland
County Sportsman's Rifle Club,
which has been the national team
champion for the past three years,
Miss Newman also is acclaimed for
her experience as a rifle coach.
International Coach
A graduate of Waterford High
School, near Pontiac, she has
coached and aided several rifle
teams in that area. She was the
coach of the International Wom-
en's Team of the United States.
Not only is Miss Newman out-
standing as a sharpshooter, she
also has her pilot's license and
enjoyed flying, awater skiing and
hunting.
Barbara Rotvig, faculty sponsor
to the Rifle Club says that she is
a "very high calibred individual
and is outstanding as a teacher
and leader.
Duo Role
"The Physical Education Depart-
ment has never had anyone more
able to communicate and teach as
well as Nancy, considering she is
still a student," Miss Rotvig main-
tains.
All women interested in further-
ing their shooting ability and
learning to shoot are encouraged to
attend the organizational meet-
ing, to be held at 7:15 p.m. Tues-
day. The Rifle Club will meet every
Tuesday.
Instruction in the club will in-
clude prone, sitting, kneeling, and
off-hand shooting, with an empha-
sis on hunting skills.
In addition, the Rifle Club will
partake in matches with other
colleges at all levels of skill.
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Phone NO 8-8066 - NO 8-7227
525 East Liberty
Michigan Theatre Building

Boston 'U' Dean
To Address Guilds
Dean Howard Thurman, dean of
Marsh Chapel and professor of
Spiritual Resources and Disciplines
at Boston University, will deliver
two addresses to members of the
church guilds today at the First
Methodist Church.
"The Religion of Jesus and Com-
munity" is the topic of his 7 p.m.
lecture.
Appearing under the auspices of
the Henry Martin Loud lecture
committee, Dean Thurman is be-
ing sponsored by the University
Christian Federation.
"The Religion of Jesus" is the
sermon Dean Thurman will deliver
at 11 p.m. today at the Methodist
Church.
Dean Thurman has received
many honorary degrees and is the
author of numerous books on reli-
gion.

EYES ON FA SHIONS11
WEDDING WEAR
By NANCY VERMULLEN
So you've received a wedding invitation from your buddy back
home and the girl he dated all through high school; or your fraternity
brother and his pinmate have "set the date," and they want you to be
best man.
As either, a guest or member of the party, you'll want to make the
honored couple glad they included you by dressing tastefully and
correctly.
For a daytime formal or church wedding in the winter, choose
a black or oxford cutaway coat. Striped trousers, pleated shirt, winged
collar and gray figured ascot will complete the outfit.
For less formality, the wedding guest would be wise to substitute
an oxford jacket for the cutaway; and fold collar and four-in-hand
tie for winged collar and ascot.
For evening formal weddings, the white tie and tailcoat are
standard apparel, while semi-formal weddings call for a black or
midnight blue tuxedo.
A single-breasted dark blue or dark gray suit is correct if the cere-
mony is to be the informal daytime type, with white shirt, neat-
figured tie and black shoes completing the accessories.

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Inter-House Council and Assem-
bly will present the first IHC-As-
sembly Sing at 7:45 p.m. Wednes-
day in Rackham Auditorium.
Ten groups, each consisting of
members of a women's and men's
residence hall, will participate in
the first competition between inde-
pendent. housing units.
The idea originated last spring
in IHC. Joan Valla, '60, was named
chairman. One of the purposes is
Hilleizapoppin
Hillel recently announced the
-central committee for Hillelzapop-
. pin to be presented on May 17.
General co-chairmen are Robert
Binkow, '59BAd, and Linda Meyer-
son, '60.
Committee chairmen are: Ed-
* ward Spilkin, '60. and Barbara
Newman, '60, programs; Karol
Buckrer, '60, and' Terri Lewitetz,
,60; publicity; and Harold Rand-
leeinan, '59, productions.
Marilyn Sloan, '59, will serve as
secretary and Samuel Rotenberg,
'60, will handle the scenario.
Allen Berdon, '59BAd, finance;
Bob Seidenn, '59 and Miriam
Barck, '60, tickets; Carol Shapiro,
'60, reception; and David Reider,
'59, transportation will also serve
as chairmen.
Hillelzapoppin was first started
in 1945, and has since become a
tradition on campus.
Proceeds are distributed by the
United Jewish Appeal to the Joint
Distribution committee, w h i c h
helps to build Israel.
Beth Israel Congregation and
the Hillel Foundation in Ann Ar-
bor also receive part of the funds.

to get men's houses and women's
houses working together, she says.
Eliminations Today
Miss Valla and two graduate
students from Music School will
judge eliminations today to choose
10 groups to participate Wednes-
day night.
Carrying out the theme Broad-
way Rhythm, the songs will be
show tunes from Broadway shows.
Selections will be judged on ap-
pearance, quality of tone, tech-
nique, interpretation, appropriate-
ness of song selection and inton-
ation.
No Medleys, Props
Each group is allowed 10 min-
utes. There will be no medleys.
Piano, bass and percussion instru-
ments may be used in any com-
bination for accompaniment. No
props may be used because of the
size of the groups. Although cos-
tumes are allowed, they will not
influence the judging.
Master of ceremonies for the
Sing will be Sheldon Smith, '60.
Committee members who helped
plan the event are Civia Weiss, '61,
secretary; Anne Balfour, '59A&D,
program design; Tony Barresi,
Grad., music advisor; Barbara
Bank, '59, Assembly representa-
tive and Jack Squire, '60E, IHC
representative.
Exchange Dinners
Prior to the Sing, campus wide
exchange dinners will be held be-
tween the houses working together.
A special dinner for judges will
be given at South Quadrangle.
Trophies for the winning men's
and women's houses have been do-
nated by IHC and Assembly.

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