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Hall Residents Combined Efforts during
Special Weekend Complex Activities
To bring the the residents of its six
dorms together for a Weekend of fun and
entertainment, Studebaker Complex or-
ganized "Studebaker Daysf' On Friday
evening, residents huddled under
contests, and a mass tug-of-War. An out-
door dance climaxed the weekend on
In similar style was "Southwest Week-
endf, a series of events planned by the
blankets and Warm coats to watch a
movie on the green and then, with little
reluctance, dispersed to take part in the
activities of an authentic Coffee House.
Saturday afternoon saw Cardinal Creek
Beach the scene of races, egg-throwing
residents of Maria Bingham, Lucina, El-
liot, and Wagoner Halls who are some-
what isolated on the Southwest section
of campus. Together they participated
in a trade party and a round of fun-
sparked games and relays.
RIGHT: Female ingenuity and euasiveness, rather than brute strength and brawn, were tactics
used in the "powder puff" tourney which was refereed by confused but unobiecting male students.
BELOW: In a rather unprecedented campus activity, the football game at the Studebaker Halls
matched the brawn of the male students against the intuition of the women, making an unpre-
dictable garne, but one which was enjoyed by both the winning and losing teams.