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THE MICHIGAN iDAIY

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Of Annual Wynx Dance ft Union

Honor Society
To Initiate Four
Monday At Union
Three members of the junior class
of the Medical School and one fac-
ulty member will be inducted into
membership of Alpha Omega Alpha,,
honorary medical fraternity, at the
annual spring initiation ceremonies1
Monday at the Union.
The initiates will be Philip D. Gor-
dy, '43M; Gould A. Andrews, '43M;l
Charles H. Altshuler, '43M,and Prof.
Vincent C. Johnson, of the Depart-
ment of Roentgenology.-
Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor of the
Journal of the American Medical
Association, will be the guest speaker.
After the ceremonies, Dr. Fishbein
will deliver a public lecture.
Fitlting Comnpa
for tIosc
sccr, Spri/ng b/Nw
CAmisole Sli
A dainty lce-trimmcd shp
"must" in every Co-ed's ward
Otsir slips are priced from i1.0o
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Weddin Vand n aeej// //nt
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner of The marriage of Elizabeth Mar-
Ann Arbor, have announced the mar- garet Jellis of Ypsilanti, to Derwood
riage of their daughter, Dorothy D. Laskey, son of Mrs. G. L. Laskey
Wagner, '44, to John Kirkwood Mar- (of Milan, has been announced by the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
tin, '41, of Randolph Field, Tex., son A. Jellis. Rev. Francis Daley per-
of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Martin of ( formed the ceremony Saturday, April
Birmingham. The wedding took place 4, in Trinity Episcopal Church at
Pine Bluff, Ark.
March 7 in San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Laskey is a graduate of Michi-
Mr. Martin, who is a graduate of gan State Normal College at Ypsi-
Howe Military Academy, is a member lanti. Mr. Laskey is a graduate of the
of Chi Psi fraternity. He is an avia- University and a member of Phi
tion cadet at Randolph Field and Kappa Sigma.
expects to get his commission in
June. Mrs. Martin has returned to Thelma B. Brown, daughter of Mr.
Ann Arbor but plans to rejoin her and Mrs. Frank Brown, of Monroe-
husband after his graduation. ville, Ind., and William J. Pruner,
'41E, son of Mrs. Carl Bonnewell of
Ann Arbor, were married Saturday.
April 4, in Saline Methodist Church.
Rev. F. A. Lindrum officiated.
w._Mr. Pruner is employed in the en-
gineering department of the Willow
IIOns Run bomber plant. On their return
from a visit to Chicago, Ill., Mr. and
Mrs. Pruner will live at 801 Pauline
Blvd.
tSeS
Come Live With Me
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.-'/P)-Maidens of
s the lonely heart who have been cor-
responding with those nice pen pals
at 316 N. Fifth St., are going to be
disillusioned.
Sheriff S. J. Shepherd, noting an
is a influx of letters, abruptly stopped the
. budding romances.
robe. The address is that of the Buchan-
n to-coun yjail
YOU'R E IN!
You ureI will be in
with "him" when you
Z rcseenillone of
our gay straws or
felts which are $3.95
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DANA RICAiIIA)SON
523 East Liberty
Michigan Theatre Bldg-.

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Party Scheme
Will Be Based
On Bomb Cellar
Door Prizes Will Be Featured
At Annpal Wyvern Sphinx Hop;
Bill Sawyer To Provide-Music
Air Raid Precautions will be taken
by Wyvern and Sphinx today to keep
civilians off the streets and in the
Union Ballroom from 9 p.m. to mid-
night where people can dance while
destruction descends outside, at
Wynx, annual informal junior dance.
A fully equipped shelter will be
constructed at the Union including
fire hose, pyrene extinguishers,
buckets of sand, first aid kits and
other details carefully planned and
carried out by members of the junior
honor societies to represent a genuine
air raid shelter.
Prizes To Be Given
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
be aptly attired for the affair by
wearing tin air-warderf hats. Direc,
tions telling what to do when the
warning siren screams will be printed
on signs about the walls of the ball-
room and dancers will be expected to
follow directions calmly and sanely.
All-clear signals and the roar of
bombers will also be noisily audible
throughout the evening.
An undetermined number of door
prizes will be awarded. including
things both dead and alive and from
the expensive to the funny. Credit
or blame for them may be referred
to Eleanor Rakestraw, Kay J.ones,
George Ceithaml and Jim Skinner,
procurers of the door prizes.
Scholarship To Profit
A percentage of profits from this
jointly sponsored "informal J-Hop"
will be turned over to the Bomber
Scholarship. Jane Honey and Johnny
Fletcher, co-general chairmen, have
announced. Tickets, selling at the
usual week-end Union price, may be
obtained from any member of Wy-
vern or Sphinx or at the Union desk
before the dance.
Some of the BW and BMOCs who
will be seen brightening up the dance
and who have been working in their
own little way on the affair are Doro-
thy Johnson and Ben Douglas, dec-
orations; Betty Newman and Bob
Ufer, tickets; Jean Ranahan and Ed
Perlberg, patrons; Barbara Mac-
Laughlin and Ed Iolmberg, finance,
and Barbara deFries. Will Sapp and
Buck Dawson, publicity.
Bowery Ball,
Radio Dances
To Be Today
The Friday night recluses are go-
ing to be able to climb out of their
study holes today after a long period
of hibernation.
A radio dance will be held from
9 p.m. to midnight at Alumnae
House. Chaperons will be Mrs.
C. D. Preston and Mrs. Mary C.
Mitchell.
The Beta Theta Pi's will celebrate
by giving a record dance from 8
p.m. to midnight at the chapter
house. Chaperons will be Lieut. K.
S. Shook and Mr. T. D. Fitzgerald.
Mosher Hall is also following suit
with a radio dance to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight. Mrs. Frederick
Klein and Miss Louise Larrabic
will act as chaperons.
The Pyramid Club will give a dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Wol-
verine for which Mrs. Anna Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Baker will
chaperon. _
The Teta Chis will romp in cos-
tume today at their Bowery Ball
which will be held from 9 p.m. to

midnight at the chapter house. Dr.
and Mrs. Coxon and Dr. William
Brace will chaperon.
The Trigon Club will carry on in
the usual way by giving a record
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight. Cha-
perons will be Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Peake and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lent-
Koop.
Spring Conference
Of Business School
To Be Held At Union
"Business in an All-Out War Econ-
omy," will be the general theme of
the annual spring alumni confer-
ence to be held by the School of
B3usiness Administration tomorrow in
the Union.
There will be round table discus-
sions from 1.0 a.m. to noon, when
luncheon will be served. There will
be a general session from 2 p.m. to
4 p.m. followed by a coffe hour at
4:30 p.m. and (firmer at 6:30 p.m.
Prof. ilobert f" .3riggs, chief of ic
audit division of the Detroit Ord
n;nce District, and Prof. L. H. Seltz-

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Thirty-seven women were selected
for theCommunity Leadership
Course, said Lorraine Judson, '43,
president of the League Judiciary
Council. The first meeting of the
group was held at 8 p.m. yesterday
in the Union.
'The following women were chiosen
for the course: Barbara Alcorn, '43,
Mary Ellen Alt, '42, Elaine Brown,
'5, Margaret Brown. '43, Mary
Brownrigg, '44, Dorothy Cummings,
'43 Molly Carney, '43, Betty LouI
Duvall, '43 Ann Fagan, '45, Jo Fitz-

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Patrick, '44, Nancy Griffin, '44, June
Gustafson, '44, Elizabeth Hawley, '45,
Peg Ihling, '43, Katherine Jones, '43,
and Hannah Katz, '44.
Continuing the list are: Martha
Kinsey, '44, Joan Kintzing, '45, Janet
Lewin, '43, Mary Moore, '43, Janet
Peterson, '45, Peg Savage, '43, Jane
Schermerhorn, '43, Dorothy Schloss,
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Shulman, '44, Marjory Storkhan, '43,
Nancy Upson, '44, Morrow Weber, '44,
Elise Zeme, '44, Marcia Zimmerman,
'44.

Tournament Results
Of WAA Basketball
Club Are Announced
Final results of the Club Basket-
ball tournament, concluding the in-
door sports season, have been an-
nounced by Betty Steffen, '42, former
head of the club.
Honors go to Ross's team which
won four games and lost none. El-
ser's and Bercaw's teams tied for
second place, winning three games
and losing one. Garrel's and John-
son's six each won one game and
lost three. Hall's team lost four
games and finished last.

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