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TIU 'SDAY. J ,AN. 747, 1938

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First W.A.A. Winter Carnival Will Be Held Saturday, F

eI. 19

Moping On The Mall
ByMeundering Minttie
"The old order changeth, giving place to new" very aptly describes good
old Ann Arbor these days . . . No longer do we see "just everybody we know"
Lcagueing or Unioning or Fooing or even Pooing on Fooing ... No indeed .. -
It's those halls of biannual frequentaton, the libraries, which are attract-
ing the hordes these days. Droves of students are seen rushing to these
buildings (or returning home sadly because the "only" book they can use
is out) at all hours of the day . . . That's the beauty of this new change ...
No longer need Knight and Date wait
for Charlie or Bob to tune up. In fact
Jo-Clarke Kimball and Phil Buckmin-
ster open up the first floor study hall
at 8 a.m. every day. We have also seen
1. 1 Mary Skinner and Herb Gibbs in their,

Sking Events,
Skating Races
To Be--%,Incwluded
Teams From University
I igh School, Michigan
State College To Enter'
The first winter carnival to take
place at Michigan and one which will.
consist of ski racing. exhibition skat-
ing, skating races and a tea dance
will be held Saturday, Feb. 19, Betty
Patten, '38Ed.. chairman of the events
announced.
A team from Michigan State Col-

Novel Collar Featured Fluted Panels
To Adorn J-H4
IndireCL Lighting o To
C Coral, Wliite, 131a
The decorative scheme for the
J-Hop will employ coral, white
black to carry out the formal, m
nistic design which has been cr
for the occasion, Lawrence La
39A, chairman of the decora
committee, announced.
The ceiling treatment will c
of nine longitudinal panels, fi
x-hich will be in varying shad
coal, grading from light at the
tIer panel to dark at the lower
s-6e panels. These graduations,L
; id, are to be separated by pan
white theatrical cloth through v
the indirect illumination will bi
cured.
Decorative panels of conventi
iced forms, flanked by a flutedt
ment of the wall area, will com
tle motif for the end walls o
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Go To The W.A.13.
For That Relaxing
During Exam Time

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pen from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday in Barbour
Iymnasium. Skating enthusiasts may
:o to the Coliseum and may, in the
near :future, go to the new rink which
s in the process of being built on
Palmer Field.

'lay When those cobweis become too -
k very thick next week, and you feel you
just have to get away from those
1939 books for a little whileat least, Bar-
193 bour Gymnasium and the W.A.A.
and Building are just the places for you.
oder- Bowling alleys will be open from 4
eated ito 6 p.m and from 7 to 9 p.m. week
ackey,; days and from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturdays.
in the Women's Athletic Building.
ations The Union swimming pool will be
available to women from 7:30 to
onsist 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1 andj
ye of Thursday, Feb. 3.I
For thosewho like to swing a
es of badminton racquet the courts are
out-
Lacky FISHOW'S WATCH I
els of and
which and
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reserved seats there ... Mary Wickes lege and one from the University
and Ed Phillips are also visitors . High School will afford the competi-j
Marcia Connell was there the other tion, and any student, man or woman,
night. Marcia was wearing a good beginner or experi. may enter and
looking rust sweater and one of those represent Michigan. Miss Patten
new snap brims . . . Punk Martin and urges. that everyone who skis at all.
Jack Thompson were also there evi- shno matter how slight his ability,
dgetkin touch with her andl
dently enjoying themselves immensely. enter
and sa. einf it wre Bill Wrofnr dad

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John Conmisky as well as Larry Greenway and Bob Rogers . . . Jeanne T einner sld Enter waistline and flared skirt make this
TPhere will be graded ski races, plain fulentevigcotfprtd1
COemmons and LaVerne Burns were having a grand time at the last table ...-(downhill and slalom (run between) ful-aeagth evening coat o printed
We saw Jane Lord trying to dodge the sun, which persisted in shining in her for advanced, intermediate and be- o e ans a sra r J I
eyes ... and Fran Everard, wearing a pale blue plaid dress, was seen a little ginning skiers, held in the Arboretum. lored Interest focuses on the bow
later worrying about Journalism 103. Buffy White hurried in, dashed up to However the courses of the races will at the back of thoneck.
the desk, obtained a book and reaiiy got down to some serious studying .. . not be announced until the day of the
Don Brewer was reading one of the six outside reading books due for History meet, Miss Patton said, in order en from the W.A.A. will be in charge
41 tomorrow and we saw Betty Lindegren wearing a corsage of bright red Michigan State team. Men and wo- of the tea arrangements
carnatimns which she received at the banquet for sons and daughters of en will race separately. Two officials, Although this is the first time any-
Rotary men -.. +including Miss Patten, will officiate thing like this has been attempted
at all the races. on this campus, it is hoped, Miss Pat-
'Midst Hammer A nd Saw 71iey St- dy . ." . It is hoped that there will be ex- ten said, that this will be just the be-
hibition skating and. if there is such ginning and that a bigger Winter
We wandered up to the reference room a little later and there saw interest, racing on the new skatingI Carnival will become an annual event
just lots of Knights and Students . . . Up in the reference room we saw rink to be made on Palmer Field, at Michigan.
However, the rink may not be com- If the weather is too mild Feb. 19.
Enora Ferriss wandering around looking for Hugh Higginbottom pleted by that time. the carnival will be held the follow-
And good luck to you Enora for finally finding him . . . Mary Minor was Tca Dance To Follow ing Saturday.
there with Lauren Meisel ... Mary had on a brown suit and green angora # The tea dance, which will be held
sweater . . . Phil McGeachy and Jack Bird, Peg Alldevige, Dorothy Rupperae t o iit ing te ALPHA KAPPA PSIj
lWomen's Athletic Building, will be ski
and Harry Jackman were all entering into the swing of things . . . We style so that the skiers and all par- Alpha Kappa Psi announces the
saw Sally Eshbach and Carl Clement over in one corder . . . Virginia Handey- ticipants will not need to change from pledging of Lynn C. Gardner, Jr., '41,
their ski clothes. A committee o wom of Manistee
side and Fred Gould' were taking it all in . . . First nightei s were Phyllis skcotes_ Acomite o--___;ofMaisee

ball. Orchestra siiels of nor i
fluing will provide for indire
lumination of the bands, Lacke
plained, and this illumination v
supplemented by theatrical spot
ing of the individual performer
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tie treatmenL oz Le oouns, w c~
will be draped in coral, white and
black.eLackey said, will be very sim-
ilar to that of the '38 J-Hop booths.

Laura Belle Shop

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Crosby, John Cornelius, Ginny Griffin and John Alden

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.Betty Nihols was there looking lovely in an off-the-
face black hat and a grey coat ... And actually studying
we saw Virginia Weidlein and George Hansen, Ellen
f acDonald and Jack Stevens ...
The main reference room didn't monopolize all the
people though . . . We decided to go over to Angell Hall
and "renew some acquaintances" . . . The place was just mobbed. in fact
we had an awful time finding a seat to do that much needed studying ...
There we saw all sorts of the latest styles . . . Beverly Bracken, who was!
wearing a natural camel's hair sweater with a green hat, was with Bill
Davidson. . . Alberta Wood, in a good looking black coat, attended with Bob!
Golden . . . Harriet Thom, Harvey Clarke, Bud Lundahl and Dorothy Ship-
moan were all there . . . We even saw Ben Leopold, whom we suppose was
studying to equal that 100 he got on an economics test last year . . . Ruth
Hakxield and Irvin Busse were very much in the mood of things . . . Ruth
had on a blue knit suit ...
ft's A Sine That Finals Are Tangent. .
Then we took a few minutes off and dashed over to the Parrot. The usual
people were there ... Harriet Shackleton and Doug Farmer were enjoying a
brief recess, Jim Boozer, Bill Griffiths, Al Williams, Poodie Pomeroy and

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Betty Ronal were all gathered around the counter . . . or if they weren't,
they should have been.
After awhile we took ourselves overtto the economics and mathematics
reading room.. . Even that had a spirit of festivity about it . .. Ruth Cal-
kins was brightening it up with her pink angora sweater . . . Ruth was with
Paul Yergens . .. Bill Milier was snagging it over there . . . The crowds even
invaded the law library, although it did not abound in
the fairer sex . . . But we did see Anabel Avery and
Clark Schell . . . Anabel was wearing a suede skirt and
pink sweater . . . Also all dressed up for studying was
Muriel Hassard whom we saw there with Ty Carlisle ..
Knight and Date boldly walked into the medical read-
ing room just as if they had been going there all year
.But Minnie couldn't verify that statement for
she has only "been meandering around" this last
week . . . in the library. There we saw Marge Lehner
and Fitz Bridges . . . Marge had on an orange knit
suit , . . Margaret Carrigan and Johnny Lorenzen were right in the mood of
things . . . Betty Whitney and Bruce Telfer seemed very much engrossed
in a book.. . Frances Robinson and Buster Whiting were also taking it all in.
We hope that this big social whirl will not all come to. naught .
that all these many hours of "dating" will come in mighty handy next week
But we know they will . . . Minnie, the Mouse will see you all in the
library next June.

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