With ROTC units as much a fact of contemporary college life as the Saturday night date, it is little wonder that a number of institutions have formed ladies' auxiliaries to help with the paperwork and ornament the unit's social occasions. At the University of Denver, however, the women's Sponsor Corps took dead aim at soldiering's more serious business. The girls formed a rifle team which this year again took top national honors in the National Rifle Association's intercollegiate women's championship. The sharpshooters standing are Judie Roberts of Denver, Joy Polhemus of Lamar and Linda Hughes of Pueblo. Kneeling are Shari Hagemeister, Crawford, Neb. and Mary Annette Riddick, Denver.
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May 6, 1957
CHANGING VALUES, BUMPY ROAD FROM DETROIT, HILARITY ON THE POOP DECK, ROCK, THUMP AND ROLL, LOOK COOL AND THEN APPLY THE HEAT, DIZZY TALK, THAT CLASSIC LINE
- By Kenneth Rudeen
New sports car race tracks like those at Lime Rock and Bridgehampton are springing up everywhere—a symptom of the big boom In amateur auto racing