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June 02, 1940 - Image 9

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SUNAJ, IUNE 2,1940


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Yesterday we started holding our
breath and wishing away the fly in
our college 'cold cream-exam period.
We looked up all the rules on study-
ing, we yelled through the house for
quiet hours, we debated the merits of
lilrary atmosphere and the comfort
of home. But mostly we just shut our
eyes and. dreamed away the coming
10 days.
In fact, we're hustling time quite a
bit now, all in the mind, of course.
After the last problem postcard ar-
rives, we're going to pack like mad,
leaving out only one outfit for the
last canoeing party or our Senior
Ball date. The train is already on
the way home, and we contemplate
that first family dinner for which we
sent the desired menu by letter a
week ago.
Chek Engagements First
Once home, it's hard to decide what
to do first. Better look up that job
immediately to feel secure and self-
sufficient. Then there will be a whole
week of meeting the gang every eve-
ning to swap talk, and we wonder
who is engaged and how many pins
will be floating. Our correspondence
has been falling off to a new low
lately, and there is plenty we should
know and just don't.
We wonder if there will be time
enough to start rejuvenating the ten-
nis game that has been languishing
while the clouds weep down upon Ann
Arbor. And surely the summer is too
short, now that we think about it,
far us to get entirely through the
shelf of books reserved for an en-
hgtening vacation. At this rate, the
sowl lapse is getting shorter and
shorter; gosh, we'd better hurry now.
Fster-f aster-
Thoughts Turn To Fall
We've just got to have time to
take that hiking trip we planned
with some old high school chums.
And we can't forget to knit the three
new sweaters for next fall-
Next fall! Oh, just imagine pack-
ing agan! What trouble! Should
we leave early, or wait until the last
train? How to decide about a new
pair of saddle shoes? When does the
dormitory open; we hate to scout
around for meals too long. We won-
der if we'll ever get used to having
the seniors gone, and which under-
graduates will fail to return? Oh, we
mustn't forget to make some new
chintz window drapes too before we
Oh, my gosh, it's practically time
to leave, and we haven't accomplished
half the things we'd planned.
Say, hello!! When did you get
back in town?
Chapter House
Activity Notes
Sororities and fraternities elect
officers and give awards to outstand-
ing members as the year draws to a
Alpha Delta Pi
Marion Weiss, '41, was given the
scholarship award for the year, and
Marion Conde, '41, the activities
award at the Alpha Delta Pi chap-
ter's Senior Banquet recently.
Psi Upsilon
The new officers of Psi Upsilon who
will serve through the next year are:

William Elmer, '41, president; Charles
MacMahon, '41, vice-president; Dan-
iel Huyett, '42, corresponding secre-
tary; Elmore Staples, '43, recording
secretary; and Richard Lord, '42, his-

Engagement Announced

Coeds, Minnesota Men
Clash On Radio Quiz


Outgoing Seniors Review Panorama

Three senior women will match
wits with three members of the op-
posite sex from the University of
Minnesota, June 7, in NBC's Chicago
studios for the -Blue Network pro-
gram, "This Amazing America." I
June Madison, Mary Jordan, and
Ruth Pollock, all '40, will go to Chi-
cago with all expenses paid by the
program sponsor, to test their knowl-
edge of geography and history on a
selected list of questions, in competi-
tion for a $25 prize.
"This Amazing America" is heard
every Friday evening over 80 stations
in the NBC chain. In the past few
weeks students from the Universi-
ties of Chicago, Northwestern, Notre
Dame, have participated in the radioI
Department of Speech and chief en-
gineer of the University broadcasting
service, left for Washington, D.C.,
yesterday where he will assume the
position of chief engineer of the
Phonoduplication Department of the
Library of Congress. The wedding
is scheduled for the late summer.


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- -- the history of 1939-40 fashion in
By ANN VICARYcm to nutshell. Men adopted the most at
dispensable part of one's vocabulary. am th neuannfJeCo-cious style of the century -the sho
Four years in review. Ou,-going Te -. cyc !'n )0tk a back seat to lgedom) 1oat- :nd ibare e oldhbeSee
seniors look back on the panorama x uliivan's "discovery" of 1938 is noteworthy for women's nh e cld besm
Mux\i(:iie ,ll\il, (L '' o ni\O'h o \1I'1Samlong thle 1moref'valiant freshiiia
of college life and find it a constant- "l i, Lom d" in 1937 and that lat- exvcuing fashions-the hoop skirt, women in the coldest weather. "Ms
ly changing picture. est gadget, the' nickolodeon, featured strapless formal, and up-swept hair Last Goodbye" is probably top soni
1936: freshman year--saw the ar- "Martha" and "Remember Me." Re- styles. Skunk coats foretold the re- of the year though there are son
rival of saddle shoes. Incredible as versi ies were welcomed as substi- tuin of the raccoon the next year, whose tastes run to "Oh Johnny."
it seemsu that king of fads had its tutes for the odorierous oiled silk and "Deep Purple" was our favorite Sweater sleeves came back dow
it eems that king of sfdy hadit vaincoats, and crew haircuts followed song. "Beer Barrel Polka" and "Sun- and a few coat sleeves seem to1
its ending as spectators make their sa h ackets Srenade" eah have ther par- oing u
appearance on four out of five cam-
pus feet. "I've Got You Under MyAl
Skin" and "Easy To Love" were Hit
Parade firsts for the year, and oiled
silk raincoats gave lecture rooms a
subtle aroma reminiscent of H2S04
on rainy days.
Snapshots For Proof
Skirts were almost-ankle-length (if
you don't believe us, get out one of the,
old snap shots), and Knock Knock
was a game even the band played at
the Indiana game. Neckerchiefs have
been promoted to head wear since
then and "you know it" was an in-


RLedd ings
Engagemen ts
The announcements of two engage-
ments were made just as the deadline
before exams drew near. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Meyer Johnson of Wahpeton,
N.D., announced the engagement of
their daughter, Harriet Johnson, '40,
to Wilbur Davidson, '40, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Covington of Port
Huron on Friday at a dinner at the
Alpha Chi Omega house. Miss John-
son is affiliated with Alpha Chi
Omega and Mr. Davidson is a mem-
ber of Delta Kappa Epsilon.
The engagement of Laya Wain-
ger, '41, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Iouis H. Wainger of Johnstown, Pa.,
to Jerome Weisner, Grad, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Weisner of Dear-
born, was announced yesterday. Miss
Wainger, a member of Senior Society,
is treasurer of Assembly and an ori-
entation adviser. Last year she held
the position of president of the League
House group.
Mr. Weisner, an instructor in the
y .,
tJ.F( Congratulations Q
nAre In Order ... ~
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AND the best way to show
the boy or girl graduate that
you wish them the best of
everything is to give them
the best of everything is SS
_ a gift they can cherish. For
a girl, nothing will please her
more than linens, of all kinds.
And any boy likes individ- 0
ualized handkerchiefs, with
his initial or the Michigan 0
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She'll Love A GIFT

AN EVENT such as graduation
calls for congratulations and last-
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young graduate will be more proud
of than something that is personal

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