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__ TUE MIC$IG-AN DAILY

MiChigan s

Lucky

Number

Hop

Toda

At U n

League Council
Is Entertairr ed
Fun reigned supreme last night at
the supper social party WAA board
gave for League Council at the Wom-
en's Athletic Building'.
After a spaghetti dinner, complete
with the trimmings, special colored
movies were shown to the guests, of
WAA activities on campus during the
past few years. Then a unique field
day (or half-hour) took place with
the teams of Yoo-Hoo U., Late Date
State and Jersey Cowlege partici-
pating. Events included discus -
throwing with paper plates, javelin-
h mmertow th ipement being
Seen enjoying the fun immensely
were Patricia Hadley, '42, Peg Polum-
baum, '43, Jean Hubbard, '42, Vir-
ginia Appleton, '42, Betty Johnson,
'42, and Phyllis Lovejoy, '42, League
Councilites, while the WAA board
en masse played hostesses.
After the main event, ye athletes
took up Dr. Margaret Bell's challenge
to a bowling tourney downstairs.
Miss Marie Hartwig and Dr. Bell
were special guests.
Four Organizations
Start Gala Weekend
With Friday Dances
There is an old theory concerning
the relative importance of work and
play which is always tested every
week-epd -by various and sundry dar-
ing individuals.
Alpha Gamma Delta will have a
radio dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
today. Chaperons will be Mrs. Fred
Steinhilber,KMrs. 0. Mitchell and
Mrs. L. T. niskern.
tAmidnight in te Unionr at whc
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Tapping and Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Watkins will chaper-
nPhi Sigma Delta will give their
pledge formal today from 8 p.m.
to midnight. Chapeions will be Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Brandt of Brooklyn,
N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cohen
o Columbus, 0.

~Spring Blow-Out' Will Feature Fencing group
Sawyer's Band, Door Prizes Is Reorganized,

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Novices Invited
the middle ages ad duelig my hve
lost its popularity, but fencing still
holds its charm-at least for Michi-
gan coeds. With this fact in mind, the
fencing club has been reorganized
under the leadership of Miss Marie
Rartwig of the Physical Education
department, and Lillian Ezzes, -stu-
dent chairman.
The club's hours of meeting have
been changed so that attendance will
be more convenient for more girls.,
On Tuesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Gymnsiu where they nwhva
room to themselves.
The fencing club is far from ex-
clusie-i fact,evir doesn't matter
your hands, or not; you are welcome
as long as you have any spark of in-
S terest in the sport.
Since all equipment is supplied
(with the exception of the necessary
tennis shoes) there is nothing to hin-
der any girl who is interested 'in de-
tcipating in this fscinating activity.
For those girls who are inexperi-
enced in this sport, members of the
official women's fencing team are to
be on hand to give helpful sugges-
tions and instruction. Moreover, the
club is preparing for a fencing meet
which will be held this spring.
Local Fraternities
'e activi- Announce Elec tions
Doga Of New Of ficers
t to quip
Phi Kappa Sigma has announced
the recent election of new officers.
all; five They are Jack Brady, '43E, president;
fed ani- Walter Graf, '44E, vice-president;
o; a free and William Kreidler, '44E, secretary.
rapher's; Recently aelected presiden of 4Phi
cate for Newton Zucker, '44E, secretary, and
ture al- Stuart Padnos, '44, treasurer, were
Iry gar- also elected.
.e Daily, in LaBd i announces te elec-
)graphed James Glick, '43, vice-president;
ball; as- James Weinstein, '44, secretary, and
a record Richard Kopel, '44, treasurer.
lana Re- The new officers of Psi Upsilon are
novelty Arnold Moore, '42. president; Harold
Nicl, '44E secretaryand dwar
Know," Zahn, '43, rushing chairman.
be the Mary Sellon, '43, will serve as the
new president of Tri Delta. Other of-
Tapping ficers are Martha McMillan, '44,
G. Wat- treasurer; Mary Lou Curran, '43, re-
t.ain law, cording secretary. Kay Hood, '43, is
the new house manager.

Local Unit Receives Thanks
Frorm Cheerful British Children
By BERYL SHOENFIELD
At Last they've come-those formal ceive descriptions and pictures of
little thank you notes, in laborious their "adopted"' youngsters.
childhood penmanship, from the Another relief project'is offered by
English children whom the local SCF. A contribution of $120 will
chapter of the American Save the help support -an "under-five" in a
Children Federation are helping to residential nursery home in the coun-
support. try for one year, supplying food,
Dated Feb. 12, 1942, the letters re- clothing, medical items and trained
ceived by Mrs. Preston W. Slosson supervision of child psychologmsts.
and Mrs. Fred W. Blakeman, co- Representative of the nursery homes
chairmen of the Ann Arbor SCP, are is Trevince House, in Redruth, Corn-
written on miscellaneous stationery wall, sponsored by Ann Arbor fund
and have all been '"opened by exam-
iner 7302."
Letters Reveal "Spunk"
SCF group for thei Cshristmask gits
and for other aid rendered them, and
mention briefly life in their new
homes, where they have been evacu- '{
ated with their school units. One
finds throughout these missives, for
the most part cheerful, traces of the
patience .and courage and "spunk"
typical of their adult countrymen.
There is a note of wistfulness in
the lines of one small girl who says,
"I had a lot of toys for Christmas
and I am happy although I am far
frm home I hope thi war wil ooA
Boy lDescr'ibes Blitzes ~
One little fellow describes in care- "
ful script his existence: "We have
had many blitzes. After the March
bliLz I was evacuated to a country
village in Cheshire. Whilea I was
raids fand 'ahomb felltown myhome.
Luckily it fell into a garden and did
not injure anyone."
It is tae message of an 11-year-old-
girl that makes persons glad they/
contributed to the SCE cause. She
writes on ruled paper: "It is very
nice to know that we are in your
thoughts at these terrible times, 'md
that we have such friends ;o far
awy'Children Are 'Adopted' "Line 0' Duty"-for
The authors of the letters are plain duty. Band-bo

Phi SeigmaKappa willol atr
evening celebrating the 27th anni-
versary of the Delta Deuteron chap.
ter.
.An especially large representation
of alumni is expected from Grand
Rapids, East Lansing, Detroit anid
Kalamazoo.
New officers who were recenti;
elected are: President, Kenneth
Huff, '42E, vice-president, Wylie
Waggoner, '44, treasurer, Jim Mc-
Pherson, '42, -secretary, Carson
Grunewald, '44, and Sentinel, Sedg-

s. wick Field.

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Re9. U.'. Pat. Off.

ELIZABETH LUJCKHAM and DOOR PRIZES

Elizabeth Luckham, '42. over-
whelmed by $200 worth of prizes,
will be the only object in the above
picture to go home from the "Spring
Blowout," Michigan's "Lucky Num-
ber Hop," to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight today in the Union. with
the same escort that brought her.
The picture was taken to stifle
rumors that the prizes were only part
of a huge publicity hoax which in-
eluded reports that Congressman Dies
and General MacArthur were to at-
tend the dance.
Actually, General MacArtur was
denied his requested leave; and Dies
was lured to another campus this
F atern ities Revea l
Initiations, Pledgings

week-end by pinker subversiv
ties than the Blowout could
It is certain, however, that
Gould, '42BAd, will be presen
and award.:
One ticket to Senior B~
Union dance passes; a stuf
mal; one steak dinner for tw
sitting at a local photogi
one golfing jacket; certifi
free clothes cleaning; a pic
bum; certificates for sund
nments; subscriptions to Th
G~argoyle and 'Ensian; aut
ball bat, football and basket
sorted books and corsages;
album of JToe Reichman's "P
flections," and a galaxy of
p"izes.
"What Every Coed Should
by Myrtle Ersatzgirtle, will
featured award.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley
and Prof. and Mrs. Herbert
kins will be present to maini
order and amiability.,

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ld through SOP bring suppl eental
for one year and "godparents" re-
Soc ie ty To H old Dance
Phi Sigma Sigma will have a radio
dace from pm. to min ight today
Feldman of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Wax and Mrs. Lettie M.
Davies.

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STATE STREET

Delta Tau Delta announces the
initiatLion Saturday afternoon, March
14, of Jerry Brown, '45, Clayton
Dickey, '44, Dick Garrett, '45, Max
Huntoon, '45, Dick McKinley, '44,
Paul Morgan, '45, Jack Platt, '45,
Boyd Smith, '43, Pete Sneek. '44, and
Charles Yager, '45.
Zeta Phi Eta, honorary women's
speech society, announces the pledg-
ing of the following: Maryv Moore,
'43, Mildred Janusch, '43, Jean West-
erman, '43, Vivian Anspach, Veitch
Purdom, '42, and Dolores Knapp, '44.

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