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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 3, 1944 Friday, March 3, 1944

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday,, March 3>1944 Friday.. March 3. 1944 THF MICRIGAM DAIlY

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Wine,
You Fellows
Had Better Be
Nice, Or Else
Acacia: Alice Ashcraft, Detroit;
Jean Holforty, '45; Janet Johns-
ton, '44; Georgianna Sager, '47;
Mildred Weeks, '47.
Alpha, Tau Omega: Peggy Ber-
ry; Lorna Fleming; Dorothy Kit-
tredge.
Beta Theta Pi: Thea La Budde,
'46; Connie Stolz, '44; Virginia
Connell, '47; Margaret Glasser,
'46; Evelyn Lough, '46; Rosalind
La Bounty, '47; Joyce Roberts, '46;
Nan McGrath, '46; Jane Sheeran,
'43; Marjorie Guigou, '45; Deane
Weydert, '45; Virginia Bishop, '44;
Harriet La Fortune, Boston, Mass.;
Londina Smythe, Arlington, Va.;
Jean Chandler, Philadelphia, Pa.;
Harriet Snaddon, '45.
Chi Phi: Barbara Henry, '47;
Jane Merrill, '47; Margaret Rob-j
inson, '46; Lucille Judkins, '47;
Nancy Fead, Ann Arbor; Nancy
Barnes, '46; Jeanne Derce, De-
troit; Hilary Jenswold, '47; Mary
Hughes, '44.
Celonial House: Rene Joy Kauf-
man, '46; Leila Anderson, '46;
Eleanor Stewart, '47; Rosemary
Vorys, '47; Elaine Accorsi, Detroit;
Joyce Douglas, '47; Marge Man-
ning, '47.
Cy Adams House: Rose Mary
Eden, '46; Nancy Lou Thompson,
'46; Virginia Scott, '47; Alleta Led-
gerwood, '47; Marilyn Whaite, '47;
Roberta Ames, '47; Donna Dee
Leahy, '47; Jeanne Parsons, '46;+
Betty Cary, '47.

Women and Song. Men, and Here Are

Your Women -

Elmwood House: Sue Whitman,
'46; Laurie Orr, '46; Phil Igel,
Royal Oak.
Lambda Chi Alpha: Jo Anne
McKinney, Warren, O.; Irene On-
derko, '45; Pat Lyons, '46; Betsy
Hall, '45;~ Elaine Rathbun, '45;
Martha Weikel, Monroe; Louise
Menler, '44; Pat High, '43; Mary
Louise Stimpson, Ann Arbor;
Helen Huntington, '45; Pat Smith,
Monroe; Shirley Strahan, '45;
Priscilla Johnson, '47.
Lockwood Manor: Mary Ann
Snyder, '47; Ann Kutz, '47; Mary
Ellen Imbus, '47.
Sigma Alpha Mu: Beverly Wit-
tan, '46; Sonja Heller, '45; Aud-
rey Geschlin, '45; Judy Chayes,
'47; Doris Rosenshine, '45; Shirley
Gourowitz, '45.
Sigma Chi: Janet Morgan, '46;
I Mary Saylor, Detroit; Ann Wet-
more, '46; Kay McCord, '46; Bar-
bara Gross, '45; Dorothy Wantz,
'46; Frances Tripp, '45; Gloria
Brittain, Rocky River, 0.; Jean
Gafftney, '46; Donna Cady, Sagi-
naw: Alice Thompson, St. Paul,
Minn.: Virginia Dowling, '45.
Theta Delta Chi: Betsy Rosa,
'45; Jo Holmes, '45; Ruth Tom-
blyn, '47; Nikki Lawhead; Bar-
bara Dewey, '47; Marsha Sirois,
Portland, Maine; Janet Clarke,
'44.
Company A: Lois Kivi, '46;
Madeline Norman, '46; Rose Pack-
er, Grad; Mary Browurigg, '44;
Doreen Armstrong, '45; JeanetteI
Drouillard, '45; Jean Christian,1
'45; Annette Kefferstein, '44; Mary
Perkowsky, '46; Dorothy Smith,
'47; Joy Kinnerman, '47; Susan
Talopen, '47; Sally Peterson, '47;
Zena Etkin, '46; Barri Andrews,
'47; Judy Rado, '47; Helen Rams-
dell,, Ann Arbor; Rita Press, '47;
Maxine Burkoff, '47.

Company B: Eileen Bradley, '44;
Gloria Hamilton, '45; Marion
Blanco, '47; Marion Willard, '47;
Doris Ann Bridges, '47; Mrs. Mil-
ton Markman, New York City.
Company C: Harriet Porter, '44.
Company D: Donna Richard-
son, Ann Arbor; June Willard, 145;
Gerry Herman, '45; Carol Zack,
I -
'46; Karen Christiansen, '47; Helen
Brickman, '45; Constance Later,
'45; Virginia Creber, '45; Ruth
Klein, '47; Janet Bell, '45; Cather-
ine Monoon, Ann Arbor; Betty
Pearson, Eugene, Ore.
Company E: Roberta Shaw, '47;
Jean Reid, '46; Dorothy Johnson,
St. Maries, Id.; Jane Anutta, '44;
Mary Kelley, '47; Anne Holmes,
i - - -

Grad; Mrs. T. R. Hancock, Ann
Arbor; Mrs. A. M. Calori, Okla-
homa City, Okla.; Helen Liskin,
Grand Haven; Kathleen Kaye,
'47; Christina McMillun, '45;
Lynne Wilson, Ann Arbor; Kath-
ryn Shakelford, '47; Sue Mason,
'45; Geraldine Stadelman, '44;:
Maxine D'Anjou, Ann Arbor; Bet-
ty Wightman, Ann Arbor; Anna
Ruth Poppen, '44; Mary Elizabeth

Aldrich, '45; Carol Garby, '44;
Edith Fivenson, '46; Maxine How-
lett, Ann Arbor.
Elinore Pragg, '46; Eileen Blum,
'45; Mrs. W. P. Eatherly, Los An-
geles, Calif.; Lois Harrimon, Ann
Arbor; Gloria Pamangolia, Ironj
Mountain; Betty Price, Iron Moun-
tain; Marjorie Hollis.
Company F: Martha Lou Mc-
Cracken, '45; Margery Wilson, '47;
Jean Morris, '47! Peggy Paige, '46;
Grace Ellingsen, Michigamme;
Donna Ruoff', Cleveland, 0.; Jean
Seip, 47; Juanita Burch, '46;
Elizabeth Gaglis, Ann Arbor; El-
eanor Weiner, '45; Rita Graybill,
Ann Arbor; Shirley Sloat, '44;
Donna Silver, '47; Annabelle Mac-
j Lean, Ann Arbor; Nancy Shide-
man, Ann Arbor; Charlene Golay;
1 -

Margaret Kienzle, Ft. Wayne, Ind.;
Esther Brauner, '45; Mrs. L. Eber-
hardt, Minot, N.D.; Beverly Sal-
erow, '45.
Marines: -Ruth Ann Mayer, '46;
Janie Archer, -'46; .{Betty Quinn,
'45; Pat Abell,.'45; Marge Siebert,
'46; Barbara .Wilde, '45; Dorothy
Mitchell, '44; Rosie Mcpilterotch,
'45;Betty Baer, '45; Vivian Mus-
katt, -'45;:Lois.Iverson, '47; Ruth
Cook, '46; Sally. A. Housel, '46;
Kay Klintworth, '45; Josephone
Frosh, '45; Nancy Upson,-'44; Phyl-
lis Banbrook,'45; -Jean Gaskell,
'44; Martha Mansfield, '46.
Greta Lee Kranz, '46; Carolyn
West, '46; Natalie Hersch, '45;
Kay Truesdell, '47; Nancy Allen,
'46; Priscilla L. Venman, Detroit;
Dorothy Watson, '47.
Navy: Barbara J. Brown, '46;
Elizabeth Jewell, '46; Betty Heal,
'47; Marilyn OKane, '46; K. M.
Davey, '46; Pat Candea, '47; Gayle
Qriatt, '47; Janet Rubin, '46;
Gretchen Ream, Ann Arbor; Au-
drey Sheridan, '45; Carolyn Reese,
'44; Dottie Tamura, '44; June Ely,
45; Phylis Johnson, '47; Jean Gil-
man, '45; Alberta Vance, '47;
Sherry Murray, '46; Patricia du
Pont, '45; Helen Pierce, Coldwater,

Mich.; Jean Harkness, '45; Carol
Miller, '45; Mary Shattuck, 4;
Joyce Rogers, '47; "Jo" Simp-
son, '47; Jean Crandell, '47; Joyce
Clarke, '47; Barbara Roehm, '46;
Jinny Halliday, Detroit, Mich.;
Arlene Swanson, '46; Dorothy E.
Bull, '46; Barbara C. Smith, '44;
Florence Eckberg, '45; Joan Buck-
master, '47; Dorothy Murze , '46;
Audrey Murray, Detroit, Mich.;
Joan Steavens, '46; Connie Rob-
son,'46; MildredeMarie Braun,
Detroit, Mich.; Betty Raymond,
'46; Jane Campbell, '45; Mary
Bartley, 46; Berta Jean Mogg, '46;
Ann Russell, '46; Harriet Ste-
phen, '45; Betty Fenwick, '45;
Jane Richardson, '46; Fay Lorden,
'47; Jacqueline Rosenberg, Detroit,
Mich.; Mary Ann Grothwogil, '45;
Marcia Nelson, '44; Pat Ducey,
Jackson, Mich. ; Peggy Morgan,
'45; Isabel Dunn, Detroit, Mich.;
Shirleyann Rickson, '47; Helen
Masson, '46; Tink Thors, '47; Mary
Ann Jones, '45; Ada Ferretti, '47;
Marilyn Grismer, '47; Bobette
Ringland, '47; Pat Smith, Monroe,
Mich.; Margery Jackson, '47; JoanE
'Thomas, '46; Lou Wilson, 46; j

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Dorothy Jones, '45; Marjorie!
Harris, '46; Janet Rieder, '46; June
McIntosh, '47; Shirley E. Coskey,
'46; Hazel Ruettinger, '45SM;
Rosemary Knox, '45; Betty Dyer,
'47; Eras Kussurelis, '47; Ruthe
McGuiggan, '47; Ann Hauser, '46;
Freda Brandt, '45; Rosemary de
Beaubien, Birmingham, Mich.;
Joyce Hamilton, Detroit; Nancy
Smyth, '46; Elizabeth Dixon, High-
land Park; Ruth Maloney, '45;
Marilyn Matz, '46; Lois Martin,
Port Huron; June Carpp, East
Lansing; Isibel Morrison, '45;
Shirley Hastings, '46; Corinne
Patrick, Dearborn; Reva Sendler,
'46; Mary Lash, Saginaw; Joyce
Nottingham, '45; Marilyn Grewe,.
'45; Marion Gilbreath, '45; Mar-
ilyn Wilson, "'45; Betty Hutchins,
'47; Dorothy Bentgen, St. Ignace;
Patte Pullar, '45; Gloria Brittain,
Oxford, Ohio; Margaret K. Shep-
ler, '46; Jeanne Strong, '46; Bar-
bara Piper, '44; Peg Cannon, '44;
Ruth Ann Bibigaro, Detroit; Nan-
cy Plumstead, '47; Joyce L. Hall,
'47; Mary M. Dix, Detroit; Eleanor
V. Gordon, '47; Beth King, '45;
Cindy Reagan, '47; Dorothy A.
Jefferson, '46; Jetrol Watkins, Ann
Arbor; Mary Anderson, '46; Janet;
Morgan, '47; Pat Sanders, '45;
Pat Blake, Walled Lake; Barbara
Doscher, Fleetwood, N. Y.
BUY WAR BONDS!,

Patronsfire Listed
For VictoryBall.
Governor and Mrs. Harry F. I and Mrs. L. A. Hopkins, Dean and
Kelly head the list of some 160 Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dr. and Mrs.
Victory Ball patrons and patron- rH. B. Lewis, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
esses. Prof. and Mrs. E. V. Moore, Prof.
They are President and Mrs. iRhoda Reddig.
A. G. Ruthven, Vice-Pres. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Sink, Dean
S. W. Smith, Vice-Pres. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. F. Vaughan, Mrs. Byrl
Bacher, Asst. Dean and Mrs. A. H.
Lovell, Asst. Dean C. T. Olmsted,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Asst. Dean
and Mrs. W. B. Rea, Registrar and
Mrs. I.rM. Smith, Asst. Dean and
Mrs. E. A. Walter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Watkins, Asst. Dean and
Mrs. L. S. Woodburne, Prof. and
Mrs. Sa WAlleny
ProfDr. Margaret Bell, Prof. and
Mrs. O. W. Boston, Prof. and Mrs.
E. M. Bragg, Prof. and Mis. J. L.
Brumm, Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Can-
non, Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Cassidy,
Prof. and Mrs. H. O. Crisler.,Prof.
and Mrs . . E.rickson, Prof. and
Mrs. E. C. Gale, Prof. ands.
D. L. Katz, Prof. and Mrs. T. A.
Knott, Prof. and Mrs. C. H. Lang-
ford, Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Lay,
Prof. and Mrs. C. E. Love, Col. and
Mrs. F. C. Rogers, Prof. S. G.
Vandervelde,Prof. and Mrs. H..
Prof. and Mrs. H.' H. Willard,
Prof. and Mrs. F. H. Yost, Prof.
and Mrs. L. J. Young, Assoc. Prof.
Band Mrs. Waldo Abbott, Assoc.
Prof. , and Mrs. G. B. Brigham,
Assoc. Prof. and Mrs. L. J. Carr,
Assoc. Prof. and Mrs. C. W. Good,
C. S. Yoakum, Regent Vera B., n .pt. SandMrs J aon M Ca
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~at MsR.AHawrRgtWelasds. R. Ldrs.a.L
Baits and Mr. Baits, Regent and and Mrs. Axel Marin, Capt. and
Mrs. R. S. Bishop, Regent and Mrs. B. Weaver, Capt. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. Connable, Jr., Regent E. F. Scott, Capt and Mrs. C. F.
and rs. . A Hayard Regntdewoo, Asst. Prof. and Mrs. J. L.
and siJsHe bertRe and as, Dt. Prof. an. Mrs. W.an
Mrs.H. . Kpke ReentandMrsMrs. Cyrus Brewer.
J D and Mrs..h. B. R t tasd or, Asst. Prof. and M rs. H . B. Cal-
.. .Byncd, Degen and Mrs. aderwood, Asst. Prof. and Mrs. J. L.
E. C. Shields.-!Davis, Asst. Prof. and Mrs. W.
Dean and Mrs. E. B. Stason, Frankena, Asst. Prof. and Mrs. J.E. !
Prof. C. G. Brandt, Dean and Mrs. Kallenbach, Asst. Prof. and Mrs.
David Owen, Asst. Prof. and Mrs.
R. W. Bunting, Dean and VIrs.'W.B Palmer, Asst. Prof. and Mrs.
W. I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs. J. A. A. Van Duren, Jr., Asst. Prof. and
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. I. C. Craw- Mrs. M. L. Williams, Asst. Prof.
ford, Dean and Mrs. S. T. Dana, and Mrs. R. C. Williams, Mr. J. A.
Edmonson, Close, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Forman,
Dean-' and Mrs. J. B. EDr. Morris Greenhut, Mr. K. H.
Dean and Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, iReichenbach, Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffin, Dr. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wallace.

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