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0n;x, No,7. 6, 1942

TRE MICHIiGAN DILY

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Annual

Union

Formal
Defense Stamp

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Today

To the Women's Editor:
In reply to yesterday's falsifica-
tion, the injury occurred after I
had run some 25 yards and com-
pleted a very long pass-I was not
tackling anyone! The immediate
cause was the fact that someone
stuck out her big feet and tripped
me. Also, I didn't fall on "the re-
mains of a glass bottle on the
Sorosis lawn" ... the game hap-
pened to have taken place on the
lawn of our neighbors, the Zeta
Psi's.--Helen Garrels, '44
O.K.! O.K.! So the bottle wasn't
on the Sorosis lawn. Who won
the football game? We hope that
you intend to replace the bottle
belonging to the Zeta Psi's.
--Eds.

Places For Women
Open In Riding Club
- For women who know how to ride,
places are still open in the University
Women's Riding club, new auxiliary

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club to Crop and Saddle.
This group will ride at 1 p. m. to- Traditional All-Campus Affair

morrow arid will return in time forj

Officially Opens Social Season;

the football game. Those attending [ Sawyer Will Feature Novelties

are to meet at 12:55 p. m., at Barbour
gym, and transportation will be fur-
nished to and from the stables.
'Those who haven't signed up +for'
the club must call Sybil Graham, '44,
head of the club, today.

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The social season will be officially
opened today when the Union For-
imal, traditionally the first formal of
the year, takes place from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the Union Ballroom.
"A capacity crowd will attend the
dance, as every one of the available
350 tickets has been sold," according
to Chuck Dotterrer, '44E, chairman
of the affair, who will attend with
Sue Springer, '45.
chairmen To Attend
Bunny Crawford, '44, in charge of
publicity, will have as his guest Eliz-
abeth Terry, from Tulsa, Okla. Bud
Brandt, '44, who was co-chairman of
the publicity committee, will attend
with Sylvia Ragir, '46.
Bob Shott,'44E, and Dave Striffler,
'44, co-chairmen of programs, will be
present with Nancy Joy Heyman, of
Louisville, Ky., and Betty Spicer, of
Pontiac, respectively. Dick Ford, '44,
will attend with Betty Larson, '44,
and Bob Schwyn, '44, will have Kay
Brennan, '44, as his guest. Ford and
Schwyn were co-chairmen of the
patrons committee.
Herb Heavenrich, '44E, and Art
Geib, '44E, who were in charge of
the ticket committee, will attend with
Betty Hendel, '46, and Rosemary
Klein, '46, respectively. Don West,
48E, president of the Union, will
have as his guest Martha Kinsey, '45,
and Ed Holmberg, secretary of the
Union, will be present with Shirley
June Johnson, from Waukegan, Ill.
Corsages To Be Presented
Bill Sawyer and his "Symphony in
Rhythm" will play for the dancing.
Sawyer has been working on several
new arrangements and novelty num-
bers for the occasion.
Practically half of the admission
price has been invested in War Sav-
ings Stamps. The stamps will be
presented, in the form of corsages,
to the women attending.
'Mrs. Miniver' Plans
To Wed Richard Ney
HOLLYWOOD.-P)-Ensign Rich-
ard Ney, who was Greer Garson's
son in the movie "Mrs. Miniver," will
become her husband. The wedding
will be at the actress' Bel-Air home
ver the week-end.
In applying for a marriage license
at Santa Monica yesterday, Miss Gar-
son said she was 31 and Ney gave
his age as 29.
Ney, a former New York stage ac-
tor, received his Navy commission
Oct. 29 and is on a two-week fur-
lough, so their honeymoon will be
brief. It will be the second narriage
for each.
Irish born, titian-haired Miss Gar-
son appeared on the European stage
before she came to Hollywood and
attained her first movie success in
1939 in "Goodbye Mr. Chips." She
was divorced last year from Edward
Alec Abbot Snelson of the British
civil service.
Ney was divorced in Reno in 1939
by Elden Hewitt, an artist whom he
had married in New York City in
1939.

BILL SAWYER

VLeddings
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Engagements
Mildred E. Radford, '42, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Radford
of Brooklyn, N. Y. became the bride
of Ensign Waldemar A. Tomski, '40,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tomski
of Detroit, at a ceremony read at
Riverside Church, New York.
Miss Radford is affiliated with
Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was
president of Scroll honor society,
treasurer of the senior class, and
dance chairman of Mimes Opera.
Soph Cabaret and J. G. P. were other
activities in which she participated.
Ensign Tomski was graduated from
the United States Naval Reserve Mid-
shipman's School aboard the U.S.S.
Prairie State. While a student at the
University, Ensign Tomski was a
member of the M-Club and Varsity
Swimming Team. He holds Big Ten
and Intercollegiate sprint records,
and was one of the last U.S. swimmers
to represent the United States at the
Pan-American championships in 1940
in South America.
After a short trip the couple will
make their home at Newport, Rhode
Island, where Ensign Tomski will at-
tend the Motor. Torpedo Boat Squad-
ron School.
The engagement of Marjorie
Yvonne Lovejoy, '44, to Frederick
Wood Stanton, Jr., '43, son of Mr.
F. W. Stanton of Holland, Mich.
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Lovejoy of Evanston,
IIl.
Miss Lovejoy is a member of
Delta Delta Delta sorority and was
secretary of transfer orientation.
She is junior women's business
manager of The Daily and partici-
pated in Frosh Project and Soph
Cabaret.
Mr. Stanton is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma, freshman honor society,
and Phi Beta Kappa. His freshman
year Mr. Stanton was a member of
The Daily staff. At present he is

Former School

NROTC, 'Four
Fraternities To
Ho ldDances
Five campus groups will hold
dances this evening, three of which
will honor new pledges.
Zeta Beta Tau Wiill have a dance
at the chapter house from 9 p.m. to
midnight. Chap~erons for the affair
will be Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bothman
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kessel.
NROTC will hold a radio dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight with Lt.-
Comm. and Mrs. Snook and Lt. J. G,
and Mrs. Brewer as chaperons.
Theta Delta Chi will hold a dinner
dance honoring the pledges from 6
to 12. Chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Barker and Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Lagler. Don Johnson's band will
play for the event.
Delta Kappa Epsilon will have
their pledge formal from 9 p.m. to
midnight. Chaperoning the dance
will be Dr. W. M. Brace and Charles
A. DuChame II. Jack Beckerman's
orchestra will furnish the music.
Phi Sigma Delta will honor its
pledges at a dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight. Chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Brandt of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobs of D
troit. Pledges are in charge of decor-
ations and will take their motif from
the symbols on the pin. War stamp'
corsages will be presented.

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The Outdoor Sports Club, headed you in a becom-
by Dan Saulson and Dorothy Lund-
strom, will sponsor a hike Sunday ig selection.
from 9 a. m. to noon.
The group will meet in front of Hill
Auditorium at 9 o'clock. Everyone is H AT BO X
invited to come.
719 N. University
Delta Sigma Delta, dental frater-
nity, recently pledged twenty-five
new members at a formal dinner. A BU.RN
formal initiation ceremony followed
the dinner.

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BE CASUAL
and SMART
at Saturday's
GAME
Wise coeds, know that there's going
to be a cold, cold winter ahead.
Don't miss out on this Saturday's
fun by not having bundled your-
self up warmly enough! Be a
smart coed and combine casual
beauty with "shiver-protection".

Now Past 80, Wed
LAKE WORTH, Fla.-(AP)-William
Donohue, 85, and Mrs. Elizabeth
King, 83, who went to school to-
gether in Wyandotte, Mich., 70 years
ago, were married here recently.
As children, they attended the
.same church, received their first
communion and were confirmed at
the same time.
Their paths drifted apart. Each
married and neither knew the where-
abouts of the other until they met
five years ago in Lake Worth, where
they have been winter visitors for
several years.
Mrs. Donohue came here from
Grosse Ile, Mich. Donahue is from
Colonial Beach, Va. He is a retired
postal employe, having worked in the
stamp department at Washington for
more than 40 years.
preparing for service in the Intel-
ligence Division of the War Dept.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Green have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Marjorie, '43, to Cadet Jer-
ry G. Michael, '42, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Michael of Geneva, Ill. As yet
no date has been set for the wedding.
Miss Green is a member of Mortar
Board and Senior Society. She, also,
took part in JGP, and is now acting as
accounts manager of The Daily.
Cadet Michael is in the Air Corps
and is now stationed at Chanute
Field, Ill. He will graduate in Febru-
ary from Officers' Training School
as Second Lieutenant. He is affili-
ated with Sigma Chi fraternity, and
was a member of the Track team and
CAA while attending the University.

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Chivalry

Pays Off

LINCOLN, Ill.- (/P)- Walter Ruwe
helped a woman in distress and suf-
fered a more serious injury than the
rescued victim.
Miss Harriet Graham suffsered an
ankle injury when her right foot got
caught in a revolving door at the post
office. Among those who released her
was Ruwe, who drove Miss Graham
home in his can.
In the Graham home, Ruwe slipped
and fell on a rug and fractured his
right ankle.
There will be an informal tea for
Presbyterian women students from
3:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. today in the
church parlors.

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