THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ALPHA CHI OMEGA:
Katherine Butman, '44, Ann Arbor;
Mary Hane Millard, '45, Detroit; Pa-
tricia Sanders, '44, Rockey River,
Ohio; Phyllis Banbrook, '45, Highland
Park; Barbara Gross, '45, Ann Arbor;
Jane Scholes, '46, Detroit; Martha
Elliott, '44, Ann Arbor; Doris Buchan-
an, '44, Pontiac; Elaine Rathbun, '45,
Ferndale; Susan Ball, '45, East Lan-
sing; Marion Neuman, '44, Muskegon;
Georgianna Leslie, '45, Glen Ellyn,
Ill.; Anna Brown, '45, Rochester, N.Y.;
Violet Miller, '45, Highland, Park;
Virginia White, '44, Grosse Pointe.
ALPHA DELTA PI:
Marion Curtis, '45, Port Huron;
Joan DuPuis, '44, Forest Park, Ill.;
Gomer Ann McMahon, '44, Rockford;
Ill.; Barbara Jean White, '44, Flint.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI:
Luaine Berman, '45, Chicago, Ill.;
Agnes Ann Brown, '45, Detroit; Helen
Green, '45, Patterson, N. J.; Irma
Greenberg, '45, Reading, Pa.; Doro-
thy Levinthal, '44, Chicago, Ill.; Mar-
ilyn Levinthal, '44, Chicago, Ill.; Mar-
jorie Snowden, '45, Washington, D.C.;
Deborah Springer, '45, Detroit.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA:
Vivian Wampler, '44, Toledo, Ohio;
Gloria Fassen, '44, Shaker Heights,
Ohio; Lois Anne Watkins, '44, East
Lansing, Mich.; Eleanor Edwards, '44,
Grosse Pointe; Margaret Frank, '44,
Sioux Falls, S. D.; Suzzanne Gouzie,
'45, Detroit; Ruth Schleh, '44, Saline.
ALPHA OMICRON PI:
Marjorie Giefel, '45, Ann Arbor;
Mary Elizabeth Whitlock, '46, Detroit;
Nancy Hoffman, '45, Elmira, N. Y.;
Florence Light, '44, Royal Oak; Gloria
Jacobus, '45, Detroit.
Jean Burden, '44, Detroit; Elizabeth
Ann McKone, '44, Jackson.
ALPHA XI DELTA:
Ellen Cooper, '44, Flint; Janice
Fletcher, '45, Wyandotte; Jane John-
son, '44, Detroit.
Mary Helen Bradshaw, '44, Ann
Arbor; Harriet Fishel, '45, East Lan-
sing; Ann Marie Harmon, '44, Battle
Creek;' Joyce Livermore, '45, Ann Ar-
bor; 'Janet McLaughlin, '44, Narres-.
town, Pa.; Mary Lou Meeker, '43, De-
troit; Mary Payne Mountjoy, '45,
Warsaw, Ky.; Barbara Novy, '46, De-
troit; Patricia Ann Page, '44, St. Paul;
Mary Worsham, '45, Detroit; Dorma
May Zarbock, '45, Wheaton, Ill.
Peggy Anderson, '45, Grosse Pointe;
Mary Brier, '44L, Grosse Pointe; Julie
Jennings; '45, Detroit; Marita Krejci,
'45, Detroit; Mickey Kuenchenmeis-
ter, '44, Grosse Pointe; Ruth Mary
Pichard, '45, Saginaw; Marjorie,
Rutherford, '45, Lansing; Joyce Sib-
ley, '44, Grosse Pointe; Madeline Vib-
bert, '44, Ann Arbor; Betty Mathers,
DELTA DELTA DELTA:
Dorothy Kittredge, '44, Royal Oak;
Barbara Peterson, '44, Lakeview;
Mary Lou Kimble, '45, Royal Oak.
Patricia Clark, '45, Grand Rapids;
Charlotte Conover, '43, Palmerton,
Pa.; Patricia Fearnley, '44, Detroit;
Molly Hunter, '44, Ann Arbor; Bar-
bara Pierson, '44, Charleston, W. Va.;
Jeanette Raymond, '45, Glencoe, Ill.;
Betty Jane Scott, '44, Detroit; Kath-
erine Tripp, '46, Pontiac; Mary Caro-
line Ulrich, '45, Grand Rapids; Pam-
ela Watts, '46, Richmond, Va.
GAMMA PHI BETA:
Helen Stevens, '45, Ann Arbor;
Ruth Hodges, '44, Grand Rapids;
Jane McCarthy, '45, Birmingham;
Libby Davis, '45, Saginaw; Elaine
Glasner, '44, Chicago; Betty Ann Wil-
ging, '45, LeMars, Iowa; Patty Spore,
'45, Ponca City, Oklahoma; Susan
Mason, '44, Saginaw; Ruth MacNeil,
'44, New York; Margaret Lawson, '44,
KAPPA ALPHA THETA:
Margaret Carlisle, '45, Niagara
Falls, N. Y.; Nita Carrittee, '45, De-
troit; Carol Grade, '44, Wauwatosa,
Ill.; An Parker, '45, Dayton, Ohio;
Barbara Piper, '44, 'Highland Park;
Helen Snyder, 144, Chevy Chase, N.Y.;
Shirley Zimmer, '44, Grand Rapids.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA:
Catherine Carney, '44, Shanghai,
China; Julia Carney, '44, Shanghai,
China; Mary Elizabeth Donaldson,
'44, Ann Arbor; Shirley Krause, '45,
Rockford; Martha Manotn, '45, Mau-
mee, Ohio; Shirley Raskey, '44, De-
troit; Dorothy Rausch, '45, Dayton,
Ohio; Daphne Shaw, '44, Arlington,
Va.; Peggy Vogt, '45, Evanston, Ill.;
Harriet Sue Montague, '44, Flint.
PI BETA PHI:
Betty Banks, '45, Moline, Ill.; Vir,
ginia Bishop, '45, Grand Rapids; Jean
Caldwell, '44, Flossmoor, Ill.; Patricia
Cosgrove, '44, Detroit; Patricia Geh-
lert, '44, Grosse Pointe; Mari Guihan,
'44, New York; Margaret Johnson, '44,
Grand Haven; Judy Lindeman, '44,
Grosse Pointe; Miriam Ruge, '44,
Lowell, Ind.; Barbara Swain, '45,
Grosse Pointe; Ruth Whittlesey, '44,
ZETA TAU ALPHA:
Elizabeth Decker, '43, Burr Oak;
Elizabeth Woodward, '45, Detroit;
Marjorie Shaw, '44, Flint; Bonalyn
Brown, '44, Valley Streams, N. Y.
Volleyball Tournament: At 4:30
p.m. tomorrow, Jordan No. 1 vs.
League House No. 1; at 5:10 p.m.
tomorrow, Alpha Xi Delta vs. Jor-
dan No. 3. At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Betsy Barbour No. 2 vs. League
House No. 2; Jordan No. 2 vs. Co-
operative House; at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday, Ann Arbor Independents
vs. Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta vs.
At 4:30 p.m.Wednesday, Alumni
vs. Adelia Cheever; at 5:10 p.m.
Wednesday, Alpha Chi Omega vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta; Chi Omega
vs. Collegiate Sorosis. At 4:30 p.m.
Thursday; Alpha Epsilon Phi vs.
Kappa Kappa. Gamma; Jordan
No. 5 vs, Stockwell. At 5:10 p.m.
Thursday, Alpha Phi vs. Jordan
No. 6; Phi Sigma Sigma vs. League
House No. 3. All games will be
played at Barbour Gymnasium.
WAA Board Meeting: At 5 p.m.
tomorrow for executive council
and this season's sports managers
Lacrosse Club will meet at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at the W.A.B.
Tennis Club will meet at 4:15
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Interhouse Swimming Meet will
be held at 7:15 p.m. Thursday at
the Union Pool.
Crop and Saddle Club: Tryouts
will beheld at 5 p.m. Wednesday at
the Golf-Side Riding Stables.
Pitch and Putt Club will meet
at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
Dance Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday, at Barbour Gym.
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VOL. I, No. 10
Big news this week was
the creation of a 'unified
Everybody Wins But Northwestern
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command' in campus war Michigan's powerful football team vied once again
activities . . . Students for No. 1 position of the nation yesterday as Northwest-
woke up Wednesday mor- ern's not-so-Wildcats fell before them by a score of
ning to read about the ap- 34 to 16.
pointment of Marvin Bor- Attended by a homecoming crowd of 32,815, Fritz
man, '44 as director of a Crisler's boys smashed through the Northwestern line
newly organized U of M for five touchdowns and scored in every period for a
Manpower Mobilization 34-3 count before the Wildcats tallied twice in the closing
Corps . . . Borman, who minutes.
gets his power from the Vaunted Tom Kuzma made his first appearance of
Student War Board is en- the season and scored one touchdown but the big guns
Sowed with power over all of the Michigan attack were sophomore Bob Wiese and
male student war projects. veteran Paul White. Wiese gave the Wolverines their
... Within ten minutes af- first score, and White ran up another two.
ter his appointment the Soon after Kuzma scored in the fourth period, center
19- year- old junior from Merv Pregulman intercepted a pass by Graham of North-
Indianapolis ordered cam- western and ran 34 yards for the Wolverines final score.
pus-wide registration for Starring in defeat for the Wildcats was back Otto
Thursday and Friday, of Graham who completed 20 out of 29 passes for a gain
all students interested in of 295 yards.
doing war work . . . Stu- Interesting sidelight was afforded by the auctioning
Manpower Corps will be of the game football autographed by Governor Van
used for picking crops on Wagoner and President Ruthven. The ball was auctioned
used ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 NIT-ig rp n .- . _
members be enrolled for
In line with the acceler-
ation of campus war ac-
tivities 4,00 students filed
into Hill Auditorium Fri-
day evening in the Univer-
sity's second huge war ral-
ly since December 8th ...
Big attraction was Lieut.
credited with erasing 309
Nazis, who told of her war
experiences ... The rally
was sponsored by the Stu-
dent War Board and 24
United Nations were rep-
resented by students on
campus . . . MarvyBorman,
director of the Manpower
Mobilization Corps, (see
above) read a credo of An-
ti-Fascist American Youth,
which was repeated after
him by the Audience .. .
The credo pledged 'our
efforts - and lives to
the destruction of fascism
throughout the world.'
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