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THE MICHIGAN D'A!LY

Engine Honor-
Group Initiates
24 New Men
Tau Beta Pi Holds Dinner;
Moore Gives Welcome
To Students At Fete
Twenty-three seniors and one
graduate engineer became members
of Tau Beta Pi, higjhest of the cam-
pus engineering scholastic honor so-
cieties, at a special initiation cere-
mony and banquet held last night in
the Union.
Elected to membership were John
T. Bangert, William G. Collamore,
Richard L. Congdqn, Arthur W. Dob-
son, Robert W. Hadley, Jr., James
B. Hall,nHarry S. Imming, Jr., David
C. Ipsen, Richard W. Kebler, Ted
Kennedy, Jr., William K. Koffel, Les-
lie E. Matson, Jr., and George W.
Preckshote, Grad.
Other new members include George
W. Pusack, Francis R. Rasmussen,
Howard G. Roudabush, Lester R: Ru-
bin, William H. Schomburg,.Jr., Wal-
ter Serniuk, Cornelius R. Skutt, Ed-
ward W. Strong, Robert L. Weisman,
John Wilkie and Paul Youngdahl.
Main speaker at the banquet, at
which Prof. A. D. Moore of the elec-
tiical engineering department acted
as toastmaster, was Dean Ivan C.
Crawford of the engineering college,
who talked on the general subject of
"Scholars and Scholarship."
Other speakers at the banquet were
Tau Beta Pi president, Robert T.
Wallace, '42E, who gave the address
of welcome to the new initiates, and
Ted Kennedy, who presented the re-
sponse for the new men.

Woo Her With Chewing Gum:
Pitching Woo At Glamour Girls
MeansTooting'_Nightly Whirls

SAE Will Sponsor
Diesel Talk Today
Installation of Dlesel engines will
be discussed by S. B. Tuttle at 7:301
p.m. today before the Society of

Municipal Defense Councils Will Be Organized AND DRAFTEES GET 'EMI
IFORT CUSTER, Nov. 26
LANSING, Nov. 26-IIP)-Lieut. Col. fense Councils would be organized in of ort Custert fift divi. (o
Harold A. Furlong, state defense ad- approximately 24 counties to aid beenot plac underth dworking
been placed under "'working
ministrator, said today Municipal De- Michigan's civilian defense program antine" for mumps and chick
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NEW YORK, Nov. 26.-(IP)-Men,
if you want to pitch some woo at a
glamour girl:
You don't have to be tall, nor rich,
nor brilliant, nor equipped with a
dimpled chin. In fact, you don't
even have to be a divine dancer.
You do have to be: (1) agreeable
about paying night club checks for
the hangers-on who gather around
any glamour girl's table; (2) satis-
fied to play second fiddle to your
ladv love. and (3) enerous with

former Josephine Johnson, and the Automotive Engineers in the Kellogg
other is Bruce Cabot, the movie actor j Auditorium on the ground floor of
who has dated his share of outstand- the Dental Building.
ing pretties, including the former Mr. Tuttle is project engineer of
Brenda Frazier and up-coming gla-

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mour girl Gloria Vanderbilt. w
"The thing to remember," says
Faber, "is that the girls who get
stuck with glamour titles are just
about the lonesomest kids in the
world. Like queens, actually. Men
gather around, but so few care about

the Detroit Diesel Engine Division
of the General Motors Corporation.
All students in the engineering col-
lege are invited.

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the girl herself. Don't ever think a
kindness and chewing gum as well
as orchids.g glamour girl doesn't sit by a tele-
sTwo men with first hand informa- iphone plenty of nights, hoping and
tion on the subject agree on these hoping to get a certain call.'
points. One is Blaine Faber, who Cabot says, "A package of gum
courted and won his glamour girl,.the might be a smartek gift than orchids,
if you know the girl's a gum-chewer.
She gets so many orchids. Gum's
Love Under The Nazis more human."
H Taken New Turn.Faber admits it was no snap, court-
__s____ r ing Josephine.
PARIS, German-Occupied France, "I got so tired paying checks for
Nov. 26-(iP)-Love is not the same in ( Jo's satellites. 'A man would saunter

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At the business meeting following
the talk plans for future field trips r
will be considered. The group is j
planning a joint meeting with the j
American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers for Dec. 4.
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Punish ent F
German Commander Fine
1,000,000 Francs
PARIS, German-occupied ;France,
Nov. 26--(MP-The German com-
mander of Paris fined the city 1,000,-
000 francs (officially $20,000) today,
for the bombing of a Nazi-requisi-
tioned restaurant-a method of re-
prisal which is replacing ghe shooting
of hostages.
The announcement by Col. -Gen.
Ernst von Schaumberg was the first
disclosure of the bombing itself.
Those responsibly for the- bombing
have not been caught.
The Germans also ordered all rest-
aurants and cafes in the Latin quar-
ter of left-bank Paris, along the Bou-
levard Saint Michel andBoulevard
].Montparnasse, closed at 5 p.m. from
Nov. 27 to Nov. 30 inclusive .
Parisians were warned 'officially of
"grave consequences" which might
follow repetition of the bombing, par-
ticularly if German soldiers were
killed.
It was the second collective fine
since the Germans called a halt on
Oct. 27 to sh oting hostages in re-
prisal for acts against the occupying
forces. Up to that date 188 French-
men 'had been shot and a tense sit-
uation had -been created by the work
of the German firing squads.
Three days later, the city of Bor-
deaux was ordered to put up 10,000,-
000 francs (Officially $200,000) pend-
ing captureof the killer of a German
officer.

the France of Marshal Petain. The up to our table just long enough to
authority for this is the French Aca- have a few drinks and be photo-
demy. graphed with Jo, and tl7en he'd dis-
The famous and exclusive body of appear, leaving me holding the bag."
scholars pondered for 12 weeks in an
academic way and then struck from
the French National Dictionary two
quotations which had appeared in
previous editions to illustrate the ,<
meaning of love.'
They were: "He passed his life in
making love," and , "Made love to all
women.'
The academy held that these ref-
erences were unworthy of Petain's
"New France." LOOK PR ETtY, PL EASE !
-- -- - - - ----- whether you shine as a clas
classroom cut-up, or a week-end
star, le ourhair styling be the
or G ' ree final glamorous touch.
BLUE BIRD
's Capital City Of France
For Disorderly Act y p ,
No. 5 Nickels Arcade
The newest bombing took place af-/7/
ter police had announced they had Kszx . .
cleaned up the headquarters of * a
ring which they sugested was respon-
sible for most of the assaults against
Germans.
However, the killers hunted more
avidly than any of the others, those
who shot Lieut. Col. Paul Friedrich r.
Hotz, Gendarmerie commandant at
Nantes, have not yet been caught.I

in homes today are the
.WRONG SIZE
It's a fact! Only I out of 5
lamp bulbs found in most
American homes today is the
correct size for easy, comfort-
able seeing.Are YOUR bulbs
misfits? Check your lamps
and .ixturks and make sure
you have the right bulb in
the right socket. Ask at any
Detroit Edison office." he
Detroit Edison Company.

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as economy,

look to BROOKINS for full satisfaction in

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Month-End
SALE
Special savings may be made by
buying now at June Grey's
month-end sale. Your selection
of campus wear is now greatly
reduced in price.
JUNE GEY
1113 South University

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MONTH-END SALE

Coats

Suits

Dresses

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money savers in time for Christmas g ing

Coats
Casual and sports that will take
you thru winter and late spring:
Black, natural and colors -
some with- zipper linings. Now:

Suits-
Two-piece styles, plaids and
solids, smart for under coat
wear.
$8.95 $12.95
$22.95
Values from$12.95 to $35.00
Sizes: 9-20

OPEN

HOU

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#0

at
J0~ 0L4~

$14.95

$22.95

$29.95
Values to $39.95
Sizes: 9-17, 12-42

Two- and three-piece suits
raccoon collars at $29.95,
$45.00 and $49.95.

with
were

Dresses
for every holiday occasion
Two groups at $12.95 and $16.95
Values to $35.00

f.JhuriJcaij

Uenqmg,

riovemter

27,

1941

8 to /0 p.m.

Crepes, velvets, wools, velve-
teens - many are jacket and
suit types. Sizes: 9-17, 10-44.
One group $5.00
Values to $12.95
Corduroys, Crepes, Wools
Sizes: 9-17, 12-40
One group $8.95.
Values to $14.95
Crepes, Wools

SKIRTS
$2.00 and $3.00
Were $3.95 to $5.95
Corduroys, Velveteens, Wools
Velveteens
Sizes: 9-17, 12-44
BLOUSES
B '.39 and $2.00
Feather flannels and crepes

Celebrating the
It
with enlarged

completion

of

a more

beauitful' store
the campus,

facilities to, better serve

fnn frbor, 0nd all

adjacent

communities

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