1 Pa e Four SKYSCRAPER Sophomores Win First Place in Bowling Tourney College Team, Awards Told At Banquet They Baked Their Cakes - Team W. Sophomore 17 Senior I 16 Junior I 15 Freshman I 14 Junior II 11 Freshman II 5 Freshman III 3 Senior II 2 L. Total Pins 4 10877 5 10581 6 19478 7 9791 10 9692 16 7533 18 8918 19 9038 Willi heads up. the Sophomore team went into the final match of the Howl ing tournament on Dee. 3. They emerged triumphant, but with beads bowed in tribute to a good Junior team. By winning two out of three games, the Sophomores clinched the cham pionship. As the Juniors were losing to the Sophomores, the First Senior team came up with two wins from the Third Freshman, thereby claiming second place, and pushing the Juniors into third. Bowls High Game In the final match, Jane Champion, senior, bowled high game with 180. Dorothy Hein, senior, is second high, shooting 16-t, and Dorothy Elkin, fresh man, is third, with 162. Merit Trophies Awards were given to the winners at a dinner following the tourney. Tro phies were awarded to members of the Sophomore team, Elaine Feiereisel. captain, Jean Patnoe, Marie Cassctari, and Dolores Rudnik. Special mention was given to Betty Prahin, senior, for showing individual sportsmanship : and to the Third Fresh man team for team sportsmanship. The bowlers expressed their grati tude to Miss Eileen Scanlan, director of athletics, and to her assistant, Irene Mikos. for their splendid management of a successful tournament, the first in ter-class meet of its kind in the his tory of the College. Name College Team Angela Voller, junior, was named captain of the College Howling team, which includes the 10 highest ranking players of the tournament. Members of the team are: Name Class G.P. Total Pins Elaine Feiereisel Sophomore 24 3067 Gene Brabets Senior 21 2921 Marie Cassettari Sophomore 21 2836 Dorothy Hein Senior 18 2424 Evelyn Kosar Junior 21 2831 Jean Patnoe Sophomore 21 2721 Betty Troost Junior 21 2692 Angela Voller Junior 21 2683 Ruth Feiereisel Junior 21 2676 Helen Block Freshman 21 2584 - Courtesy of The Chicago Daily X,.ws . , -- , - . . - ry gt; as did home economics students (left to right) Jean Kaufmann, Jane Champion, Sallie Cahill, Jane Addison, Janet Farrell, Mildred Kuratko, Dorothy Green Norma-lean Madden, Barbara Thomson, Mary Ellen Winblad, and Mary Jane Poffenbarger. Some whipped them up at home; some used the dietetics laborator And Sent Them Packing - - Sky scrapings I . . to 110 Army and Navy men in 55 camps from Maine to California. (Left to right) Jane Brown, Lydia Boecher, and L raine Yaeger are checking addresses on the cakes, which were wrapped by Railway Express representatives. Visiting Team Wins Swimming Meet, 35-28 Swimmers from Francis Shimer col lege won the first inter-collegiate meet of the season, here, last Monday, by a score of 35-28. The Shinier swimmers were victorious in the 40-yard free style, the 40-yard backstroke, and the 80-yard relay events. Marie Cassettari won the 60-yard in dividual medley for Mundelein in 50.7, and the two teams tied in the 60-yard medley relay. The Transportation Wasn't Lacking - - Experts Demonstrate Badminton Technique Badminton enthusiasts enjoyed an ex hibition given on Dec. 2 by four members of the Lake Shore lladminton club, El eanor Kestin, Mildred Herman, Dorothy O'Kcefe, and Delia Matthews, North western university sophomore, who is Chicago District Junior champion. Courtesy of Chicago Herald American . . . and the finished products were carefully deposited, right side up, of course, within the Railway Express trucks which were waiting to convoy the drafted pas try to its destinations. Courtesy of Chicago Herald American December and its greyness arcH but what's so grey about it? N'fl It's delightfully gay red and in fact, not grey . . . The Yuletide spirit has alreadH stiged the decorators of the Mfl Dining room of the Edyewatetl Barbara Griffin, Nancy Lally, I Elizabeth Huston, Helen O'Day, I erine Enright, Julia Case, Madfl Courtney, and Delores Hayes, I certainly approve of it . . . Winter travelling is no longer al ship . . . let it snow, it makes no fl ence to . . . Mary Jane Garvey.H danced and had her time fiiii-M at John Carroll university in Oliifl Not to overdo a good thing, but I ly to tell about the celebration I birthday may we mention a cakS not with V's, or stars, or flag with candles? Maryanne Achtei Rosemary Lanahan both acted asl esses at a birthday party, sincj are practically twins (except for L and a day) and Irene Weber, Ma Linnehan, Margaret June O'Brien, othy McCarthy, Marie Norris, Via Coffey, Mary Celeste Shannon, I Ruddy, Marianne Vitek, Barbara Ruth O'Hearn, Inez Thomas, audi Pankau all helped to blow- ti candles out . . . The Navy Ball one of Nortl em's truly unforgettable ilancel lighted Frances Smith and Loiil man . . . Regina Moran and I Coughlin are making plans f( Paul's Homecoming dance torn evening . . . You are right if y) Patricia Kelly's loyal to lllinoi time she's going to the junior pro and Gene Brabets keeps in toucl her friends out at Chicago Te college; last week she went to their dances . . . Gala 0 are more to Helen Fischer's she attended the Youth Eec dinner, that was sponsored 1 Chicago Council on Recreation Not only a card party, but also a given by St. Timothy's, was a by Teresa Logan, Corinnc Simi Joan Crowley . . . Another t parish activity, a more casual bayride party given by St. tier was enjoyed by Mary Catherine and Frances Hart . . . Virginia and Ruthe Bransfield supped ultra dining place the Butter and Jane Trahey chose the much- about Camellia House perhaps an artistic motive . . .Collegij still choosing the Panther Room example. Viola Brennan . . . Cheering the Irish on for a fil tory at the Notre Dame-Souther fornia game were Altine Kelleht gy Schweisthal, and Virginia 1 ... In the grandstand at the Nor r ern-Illinois game were Loretta Mary Harrington, and Patricia No it wasn't said as a dcfi was merely Loyolans' way of tising their play, when they sal My Lawyer and Jane Lyons, dette McSweeney, and Mary Ct it and were duly impressed . . . lovers are still having tickets r for their favorite operas . . . I Carmen for Sylvia Owczarek, Wiora, Mary Lou Gulick, and Szkodzinski . . . The Shuflitowski Maude, the elder, and Dottie Li younger, chose La Traviata . I Frances Dickinson preferred j Martha, while Mary Louise S heard La Iioheme . . . Mary likes music, but in the lighter she heard Blossom Time . . . Poinsettias to: Grace Gast, 1 laine Gorman, Margery Rowbotta their friends who are saving then money to give a holiday ti some children at Angel (luardi phanage . . . Don't forget to include 01 Christmas list a date, a fornd a bid for the biggest dance of t the Skyscraper Ball ... Yours 'til the day when 8 candles becomes all important .
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