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F o H.w loarbors 1Intrigue ILID I-
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And SOCieties TOO By June McKee flue
NORWAY Morris Hall mail is becoming vastly by]
Dark are the mysteries and deep varied lately Inspiration has even men
the intrigues concocted in the senior laelmeny
honor society rooms far above the prompted addresses fromh "Mr. Walter el '
campus in the upper reaches of the Rabbit" to "William Abbot, Head of ing
Union tower. Designed specifically Debate." serv
to house these groups, this tower has But these notes are almost obscured
been the home of Michigauma, all by those letters from Prof. Waldo be
school society, Druids, literary school Abbot's old broadcasters . . . Steve Cha
group, and Vulcans of the engineer- Filipiak, now Jan Stevens for "Mike," ogy'
ing school since the Union was com- writes of a fine looking future at fess
pleted in the last year of the war. WIBM in Jackson. He's sweeping to b
R T H S E A Featuring prominently in the life right along, too, with a commercial- ence
of the campus, these societies find the ized feature sports program five P
height of the tower useful in their nights weekly.: ina
various initiation ceremonies. Michi- Then Harold Gast describes the Frid
gauma, for instance, convinces its New York scene and some pretty fair Sam
prospective braves of the extreme de- seemning prospects. He has written of t
lights to be found in a duck walk type a dramatic program series for net- Nor
"BREP'ERHAVEN of locomotion not only from the fabu- work sustaining, and remains heart- par
lous Tappan oak to the Union, but ily hopeful along with those other
from the Union's first floor to the U of M-ers now in New York-Nancy
very crow's nest of the building, seven Schaeffer, Miriam Brous, Karl Klaus-
flights above the street. er, Nathan Gitlin, and Ed Jurist. In-
The individual senior organizations cidentally, Klauser will probably be
boast of a separate floor for each, Kendall for the stage, and Gitlin is
these floors consisting of one large already Neil Gordon.
room, decorated in the ceremonial Ted Grace, who just dropped by
inscriptions of that particular order. our campus studio Tuesday, likes lots
GERMANY Michigauma holds the top position, his WJA staff announcer's job. He
Druids next, and Vulcans the third broadcasts four hours daily, each day
tier from the top. with a different schedule . . . And
The proud Michigauma, fearing any Mike Wallace is well carrying on
ted that Britain is prepared with three influx from a foreign .element, guard with his WOOD position in Grand
avy German air raids. They indicated their room with. utmost, secrecy and Rapids. In combination news and
et the raiders over the North Sea, (2) caution. The degree of efficiency with announcing capacity, he's worked
n barrage' and anti-aircraft defenses, which this guarding process is car- himself as top-notcher into the or-
would meet the raiders near their ried on was illustrated when -Paul ganization.
Brickley, last year's Union president On the air today, radio reading and
went into the sacred precincts one drama revel at .3:30 p.m...over WJR.
night to find something he had lost Prof. Louis M. Eich's class will once
and then couldn't get out. Accord- more present original dramatic adap-
oinew ing to Paul, it took hours of helpless tations. John Gelder, '40, announces.
l+ . yelling down from the lofty perch be-
fore he was released.
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ACE HAND LAUNDRY-Wants only Here Is Today's News 15c Briggs'
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shirts best. Let our work help you TOBACCO_
look neat today. 1114 S. Univer- Ann Arbor's community fund arms,'
sity. 19 went back to the front today . . . to
TYPING -18 continue its struggle for $55,000
so that welfare agencies may con-
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, tinue their work here again next year. 1 0 Ba rs
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or' Stanley Waltz is chairman of the J E RGE 'S SOAP
2-1416. .4 campaign . . . with 500 volunteer
workers under him. Now only
VIOLA STEIN-Experlenced typist i 1 :0
and notary public, excellent work. Games, a bonfire, and dancing
706 Oakland, phone 6327. 20 were the high spots of the Hallo-
TYPING--Miss L. M. Heywood 414 we'en party for Ann Arbor kids
' Wines field Tuesday night. Many
Maynard St. Phone 5689. 43 of the children came dressed in
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -- 1 costumes,... and several dozen
of them were given prizes. Rain 601 - East Liberty N
LOST-Brief case containing music dampened the proceedings to-
library. 314 E. Washington, Apt. 4, ward the end of the evening. Po- PRESCR I PT ION S
Phone 8341. Reward. Mr. W. L. lice officers described the night
Jacobs. of ghosts and pumpkin heads as
one of the quietest in Ann Arbor
a- ICLLANEOUS-20 history .. . with no serious de- -
I- struction having been committedr L IA
of. Angell To Discuss .
qen And Books At Hillel
Men and Books Which Have In-
nced My Mind" will be discussed
Prof. Robert C. Angell, acting
irman of the sociology depart-
Lt, at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Hill-
Foundation, immediately follow-
the regular Friday night Con-
The main part of my speech will
devoted to a discussion of Prof.
rles H. Cooley who taught sociol-
when I was a student here," Pro-
or Angell said, "for I believe him
e the man who has most influ-
ed my mind."
rofesor Angell's talk is the third
a series which are given every
Lay at the same time and on the
e topic. Prof. Preston Slosson
he history department and Prof.
man Nelson of the English de-
tment have already spoken.
A stirring drama of t
sea ... taken from off ji
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Delbert R. Jefferson, formerly an
assistant in the University library,
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erence department of Ann Arbor's
public library. He succeeds Miss
Helen Anderson .. . who recently re-
tired to take another position in
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Ann Arbor teachers will go into
conference with Board of Education
executive committee over the question
of teachers' salaries, it has been de-
A new school of the north side
of Ann Arbor will be ,eady for
occupancy Nov. 10. Dedication
ceremonies are being arranged for
Second Story By Alumna
Published In Magazine
Norma B. Bicknell, '26, had her
second magazine article "To Melody,"
published last week, in the Saturday
Evening Post. McCall's published her
first attempt, "Elly," a short time ago.
Miss Bucknell, who has also writ-
ten two chilren's books, was JGP
chairman, president of the League
and a member of Mortar Board, while
Her husband, Robert S. Mansfield,
'26, is now professor of journalism at
the University of Washington, Seattle.
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