UNT~AYS FEB ~ i~44
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'Michibomber Stunts Rolf In
As Newberry Has Mice Fright
In Swim Club
The WAA Swimming Club has
been reorganized to include women
who would like to learn how to swim,
according to Marie Cassetari, '44Ed.,
manager of the club.
The group, which will meet at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Barbour
swimming pool, will spend the time
learning how to swim, practicing
difficult strokes and improving meth-
ods. Miss Cassetari will act as in-
"Barbour pool, which is very shal-
low and small, was not satisfactory
for experienced swimmers and div-
ers. Consequently we decided to re-
organize our program; the swrimming
club as such will no longer exist, but
will be replaced by this new class,"
Miss Cassetari explained.-
"However," Miss Cassetari con-
tinued, "the fact that there will be
beginners using the pool does not
mean that experienced swimmers
are excluded from our meetings."
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Coeds Have Rodent Distaste,
Decide To Take Up Bowling
It's a long tale, but it seems as
though the Helen Newberry coeds
have mice-fright. And it was gnaw-
ing at their consciences, anyhow.
Newberry appointed a committee
to sponsor a booth at the "Michi-
bomber" carnival Saturday, March
11, and the carnival central commit-
tee suggested that Newberry put on
mouse races for customers to bet on.
But the coeds on the committee
began to talk about who was to
handle the mice, and the whole pro-
ject was off. They will set up a min-
iature bowling alley, instead.
However, a problem remains. Since
the girls of Helen Newberry are
eliminating mice from their lives,
how about human rodents? , How
about an investigation? Are they
men or are they mice? Put a piece
of cheese down there and find out.
Plans for Scholarship Frolic
Add 'Romeo and Juliet' to Cast
Seven more Women's houses have
reported stunts for the "Michibomb-
er" carnival sponsored by Bomber
Scholarship Saturday, March 11, in
Waterman Gymnasium, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Dorothy Dar-
nell, '44, chairman of the central
committee for the event.
Kappa Delta sorority will repeat
its modernized "Romeo and Juliet"
skit which won first prize at Victory
Vanities I in August, while Alpha
Omitron Pi will give its version of
"Red Riding Hood."
Depending upon the mood of the
customer, he can pound nails at Chi
Omega's booth or aim at hearts with
Delta Delta Delta's archery equip-
Carrying out the sports motif,
Kappa Kappa Gamma will sponsor a
baseball throw, while Helen Newber-
ry Residence will have a miniature
bowling alley. Kappa Alpha Theta
will set up "pee-wee golf."
Right Is Wrong(
If You're QoiN
To Cook Bldg.
To go right or to go left, that was
the question . . . for Martha Cook
coeds returning home after a hard
day's war work at the League.
Since time immemorial a Cook girl
has come to the point on campus
where she was in a state of annoying
indecision. There is a spot in front
of the library at which one must
turn either right or left to reach
Martha Cook Building. Some thought
the shorter distance lay to the right,
but then there was the leftist faction
to cause dissension in the ranks.
But noemore. Enterprising Cookies
Fran Goldberg, Claire MacCauley,
Florene Wilkins and Marge Hall solv-
ed the problem for once and for all.
The quizzical quartet used the scien-
tific method, measuring their respec-
tive footsteps, and synchronizing
their length. And two set out in one
direction and two in the other.
Conclusion: It takes exactly 20 full
steps additional to get to Martha
Cook the.right way.
Ann Arbor Units To Remain
Open as League. Work Closes;
Goal for County Raised 15%
"Due to the exceptionally fine
turnout, the League Surgical dressing
Unit has finished its quota and will
close until the beginning of next
semester," Harriet Fishel, '45, stated
During the past semester 54,000
4x4 dressings and 37,000 2x2 dress-
ings were made at the League Unit.
"As the quota for Washenaw
County is to be 15% greater it will
mean that more volunteers will have
to give More hours next semester to
meet the new minimum," Miss Fish-
While the League Unit is closed the
Rackham Unit wil be open on Tues-
day, Wednesday, and Friday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Other Units open in Ann Arbor are
as follows: Monday from 7 p.m. to 10
p.m., Congregational Church at State
and William, St. Thomas Church at
State and Kingsley, Bach School, St.
Paul's Lutheran Church, and Tappan
Jr. High; Tuesday night from 7:30
p.m. to 10 p.m. Y.W.C'.A.; and Wed-
nesday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Slosson Jr. High.
$4,425.40 in war stamps this semes-
ter, it was announced yesterday by
Rosalie Bruno, '44, Junior Girls Pro-
ject dormitory sales co-chairman,
while Ruth Mary Picard, '45, in
charge of league houses, reported
$790 in war stamps sold in campus
Mosher is still in undisputed lead
of the dormitories, with a total of
$1,072.80 for a house of 207 women.
The average for the three months is
over $5.00 per girl, and ahead of the
JGP minimum request of $1.00 per
girl per month. Bernke Newton, '44,
heads the Mosher sales force.
Also exceeding the JGP quota is,
Day House, whose 24 coeds have
bought $129.25 for the semester.
Dormitory Women Have Bought
War Stamps Totaling $4,425,4()
Barbara Moore, '44Ed.. recentily re-
organized Stockwell all's stamp
sales system, and in a few weeks
$1,038.75 in stamps has been sold in
the campus' largest dormitory.
Helen Newberry and Betsy Barbour
have run up totals of $382.60 and
$384.10, respectively, also topping the
JGP goal. Jordan has sold $681.10
to 205 girls, Cheever $73.55 to 26, and
Hill House $71.15 to 22.
Tops in league house sales is Mrs.
Schauman's House at 836 East Uni-
versity, with $94.10 in stamps sold
this semester. Eleanor Searles, '44,
is sales chairman for the house.
All campus dormitories have been
holding stamps dinners at least once
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University Women's Riding Club:
6:15 p.m. Tuesday in front of Bar-
Badminton: 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at Waterman Gym.
Swimming: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Barbour Gym pool.
Crop and Saddle: 6:15 Thursday
in front of Barbour Gym.
Musical Comedy and Tap: 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the Barbour Gym
Modern Dance: 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Barbour Gym dance stu-
Ballet: 4 p.m. Friday in the Bair-
bour Gym dance studio.
Basketball: 5:15 p.m. tomorrow:
Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Mosher II;
Pi Beta Phi vs. Jordan III. 7:30
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ANN ARBOR, MICH SUNI.YAY, FEIBRUARY 6, 1944
certainly caused a big stir
on campus this year. Vot-
ing was first held a week
ago Friday. Then it was
announced Sunday that the
Men's Judiciary Council
had thrown out the election
because of "alleged irregu-
larities." Tuesday it was
announced that Harriette
Wiltsee and Allan H. An-
derson were removed fi'om
the ballot. Apparently the
"alleged irregularities" con-
sisted in the presence of
the candidates within a
50-foot radius of the vot-
ing polls. Whether-or not
one or both of them did
any electioneering within
that zone was not defin-
itely stated. Harriette wiit-
see said, "I admit that I
was within a 50-foot radius
of the poll, but I don't see
how I did any defrauding
in the election." Allan An-
derson said he went to the
poll because he had heard
there were irregularities
going on, that upon arriv-
ing he discovered the report
election was held. Stan
Wallace, Pat Coulter and
Marjorie Rosmarin were
elected to the V-Ball com-
mittee representing the lit-
erary college. A member of
the Men's Judiciary Coun-
cil termed it "one of the
heaviest elections in recent
years.'' Students had real-
ized for a long, time that a
strong pol-litiA machine
existed on canpus. Some
even realized that lack of
student interest in student
affairs made the existence
of the mnach ine possible.
Said the Men's Judiciary
Council, "Thre Council is
particularly disappointed in
the attitude of Lhe student
body regarding our action.
The typical statement is,
'Why try to keep elections
honest? They have been
illegal for years. I don't
see any reason for all this
trouble.'" . . . Then J. J.
Linker wrote a letter to
The Daily, stated that the
same irregularities took
place during the election
in the Engineering College
nn th camaAn.r K-acai
A GENTLE HINT was
given to students last week
when it was announced
that the University of In-
diana had approved a new
constitution for reorgan-
izing student government.
It provides broad power for
the Student Council there,
TOM HAx ON pke1a
Mill Auditorium Wednes-
day. His talk was spon-
sored by the Post-War
Council. Said he, "I was
never madder in my life
than I am at the appear-".
anee and attitude of the
American people . . . They
haven't the slightest reali-
zation that a war is going
on . . . T have never seen
so much hilarity and
spending of money in all
my life. If the people
would wake up the war
would be over in six nnths
-but the way it is going
now we'll be lucky if it is
over in three years." As
for the campus he said,
"There sure are a iell of a
lot more women." As for
Linda Darnell (above),
who has real Indian
blood in her, plays the
part of Dawn Starlight,
beautiful Indian maiden,
in .,. tt X7" nan n nitur