Martha and U-Rock
20—Tanesvill© Daily Gazette Saturday, Sept. 23, 19G7 Cn-od Carolyn Kitchens stands before the new brick si^n dcsij;- njiling (he entrance to the University of Wisconsin Rock County Campus. This southern nirl is tail and Ian, and her dress of hnri- 7nntal stripes is pood for her size. Her brown hair fails casually (n her shoulders. Wcarinj; a casual two piece suit in good taste is Sue Masterson as she leans against (he Sifting and Winnowing tree. The winsome, fragile smile and the windblown, misty hair coniplcmenl each other. COED'S WEAR AND HAIR AT THE ROCK U.W. CAMPUS The staircase to the student lounge proves a good setting for Martha Hinderlie and ,Tane Stokke. .Tane is wearing the traditional coed skirt and sweater while Martha tries out a shift with Captain Kangaroo type pockets. The two blondes wear their hair conservatively mid-length. The rules of wear for studying are loose as Barbara Woodman, above, looks comfortable in shorts and turtle neck sweater. Below, Carol Ward is dapper in nn orange and black striped blouse and skirt. Both hair styles are conventional. Photos by Bob Godfrey Margie Hunt looks like Juliet Prowse In her springy short hair and bouncy slacks and sweater. This proves a girl doesn't need to be dressed to the hilt to look good. When it rains outside, the thing to do is sit inside in a raincoat and wait to go outside, as Pat Mulligan is doing. Cheryl Doll wears her blonde hair down and straight, while Pat Mulligan wears hers up and wavy and lets the sunlight glitter where it may. Sherry I\lurn and Cheryl Pike both wear their dark hair down and long. Two versions of controlling long hair are .Tene Kresl's mod pony tail in the style of Joan Biaz and Carol Jones'^blonde mound piled on top of her liead.