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Page Eighteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 3, 1944 Friday, March 3 1944

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Is There Isolationism in Leap Year?

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Coeds Submit To Chemist's Brews

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You can't find a better problem
than a woman, no matter where1
you are, so yesterday several chem-
istry students went to work on
the subject, and her is their lab-
oratory report:
CHEMISTRY OF MICHIGAN
WOMEN
Chemical Formula: WOE. Mem-
ber of the Human Family.
Specific Gravity: Variable.
Occurrence in Nature: Can be
found wherever precious metals
and men exist.
Physical Properties: All colors,
sizes and shapes. Generally ap-

pears in a disguised condition.
Natural surfaces rarely free from
extraneous coverings of textilesa
and film of grease and pigment.
Melts readily when properly treat-
ed. Boils at nothing and may
freeze at any moment. Ordinarily
sweet, occasionally sour, and some-
times bitter.
Chemical Properties; Exceeding-
ly volatile. Highly inflammable
and dangerous in the hands of an
inexperienced person. Possesses
great affinity for gold, silver, plat-
inum, and precious stones of all

kinds. Reacts violently when left
alone. Very active in the dark.
Turns green when placed next to
a better appearing specimen.
Test: Colorless and odorless
when treated with soap and water.
LONG LOW WHISTLE
DEPARTMENT
(from an advertisement in
Mademoiselle)
Your silhouette looks as cleanly
snipped-out as a paper doll's in a
rayon-sleek papntie-chemise.
Ever tried pinking shears? (Ed.)

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By I. KETCH
Let's Chase It--or How the
Michigan Woman Gets Her Man.
This year's Michigan Woman,
who is almost as beautiful as last
year's Michigan Woman, was
again faced with the tremendous
task of getting a date to V-Ball.
One enterprising senior who had
three years' experience behind her

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of her sorority sisters in an at-
tempt to acquire a fetching line
. (of rope?)
Then she began her man hunt-
ing campaign.
She stalked along State Street
with her rope hidden stealthily in
her coat pocket, looking for a man
--a real live man--but all she

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Special Club Steak Dinner 90c and up
Lunch . . . . 55c and up
Dinner . . . . . 654 andup

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We invite you to enjoy a
tempting TURKISH din-
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While waiting for your
meal, have the pleasure of
seeing our collection of
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antiques. Also, fine Persian
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decided it was now or never-and
mapped out a plan which made
General MacArthur's strategy look
like a class in P.E.M.
Our little heroine, whom we
shall call Matilda because :she
looked as if her name were Ma-
tilda, donned her Sunday clutch-
es, which were the. same as her
everyday clutches except that
there was Mss of them and more
of her and set out to-ensnare a
date
Matilda had been practicing for
weeks. She had lassoed. every bed
post in the house and a good many

could see were hundreds of sailors
and soldiers."
"Oh, this will never do," said
Matilda, "my mother told me it
was naughty for girls to follow the
Army."
Finally after the carillon=tower
had chimed 3 o'clock four differ-
ent times she saw him-
He was gorgeous, sensationally
beautiful (with.apologies to Danny
Kaye)"and he had black curly
hair-,and TEETH..
Matilda charged -. . only to
discover that her man was a
See KETCH, Page 31

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TORSO CARDIGAN
$5.98
The coarse knits you'll see in all smart
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in a wide range of lovely new colors.
Sizes 32 to 40.

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