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1. Evening star — glamorous Rise Stev- ens — rocketing new American so- prano of the Metropolitan Opera. 2. Marjorie Biownwell, far right, chair- maned this concei-t, assisted by Sally Cloghorn, left. 3. Ushers Chairman Marj Brownell, Ruth Adele Hedgecock, Shirley Greaves, Marie Carey, and Flossie Malmo. 4. Must be plaudets for Miss Stevens judging from rapt Barbara Case, Betty Rotermund and pleased pa- tron. AWS sponsored five artists on this year ' s series. 5. Enter Mrs. Herbei-t W. Blackstock and Margaret Donahue, graduate manager of the Associated Women Students, for the March 3 Stevens ' performance.
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Ztlfl PS H M- ' - • ' rw, w r B B ' i ■ m Ki r fl r ,■ ' • mtm ;- ' 5r- tMmH 1 Mark McCorkle hd Mark McCorkle. Jim Wenfworth. and Lloyd Padgett .... give lots of firesides, Zetes ore ttie well-groomed type, duck brothers in frosh pond for pin plants. FACULTY: Frank Leady • • GRADUATES: Donald Coburn. Richard Cor- bin, Fred Duffy • • SENIORS: Leonard Hammer, Cyrus Hogburg, Walter Johnson, Dean Nichols, Justin Wenfworth • • JUNIORS: George Alex- ander, E. B. Cloike, Charles Clemen, Norman Gusfovson, William Lewis, Mark McCorkle, Lloyd Padgett, Rung Stenslid, Ray Thompson • • SOPHOMORES: Jerry Andrews, Nick Cain, Phil Clifford, Robert Coplen, Frank Dupar, Jr., Robert Graf, Cecil Johnson, William Johnson, Frank Leach, Frank Leigh, Arthur Mugg, Richard Perry, Gale Peterson, Harry Patton, Clayton Poole, Robert Rogers, Albert Roth, William Simpson, Ben Smith, Al Sweeney • • FRESHMEN: Peter Bush, Allen Codling, Garry Evans, Lloyd Marihugh, Jr., Scott Norton, Wendell Sprague, Tex Warren. FIRST Johnso ROW: Andrews, B n, Muqg, Nichols, ush, Cain, Clark, Clifford, Codling, Dupar, Evans. Graf. SECOND ROW: Gustavson, Hogburg, Cyrus Johnson, Cecil Johnson, W. Norton, Patton, Perry. THIRD ROW: Peterson, Poole, Rogers, Roth, Smith. Sprague, Sweeney, Warren. Wentworth, 306 BS.
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SlflflDHRDS-THt TIP-Off 1. March 4 Standards meeting featured spring h ir styles. Here Ciddy Charles get the nod and a " Victory Bob. " 2. These frosh report at AWS lounge to learn new strategy in the spring offen- sive and glamour campaign. 3. Stondard meetings are held on Wednesday at 4. monthly. Here ' s a cosmetic expert. 4. Moke-up for stor-gozing ond " night " school. Elaine Sorvick ond Dorothy Broadfoot as subjects. 5. Refreshments by Elaine Fisher. Chairman Margaret Alexander guided the year ' s sessions. Subjects — mostly men, money, make-up— even advice on Tolo- doting. 6. The Round-toble on MEN — the standards meeting that always draws ' em. Even the knittin ' comes. This year December 3 was the great day. 7. Note the stowaway. Five prominent campus males lead talks on drinking, smoking and dating . . . plus anything else that pops up. 8. On the spot. Rapid-fire questions and dynamic discussions follow remarks. Embarrassing — when a speaker has a girl friend in the gathering. Ummmm. Two frosh " queens, " Mary Mar Smith and Janet Turnbull, ponder the " words of wisdom. " The oracles — left to right: Football hero, Slen Conley; track man, Tom Ull- man; interfroternity council president, Irving Herman; ASUW vice-president Jim Bingay; and Dally glamour boy, Murray Coe. II. I hear you talkin ' . Sorority or orgonized group with the largest percentage attending gets a banner. Looks like a full house today. r iB lfl 5. '
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