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Saturday, March 10p 1,945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pan Nin f -ng

S "turday, March 11IL 0.ii t 1945 THE MeI
$ere ilre Your Women!-- Targets for Tonigh!

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Oh! Horace, B
I'l Slap You

On the Wrist
Allen Rumsey: Norma Cloon
'48 L.S.A., Wakefield, Mich.; Bet-
ty B. McColl, Detroit, Mich.; El-
lin Arden, '48 L.S.A., Detroit,
Mich.; Faith Simpson, '46 Ed.;
Ann Richmond, '46 L.S.A.; Yan-
ya Prokokov, Vladivostok, Siberia;
Janice Stuck, '47 L.S.A.; Harriet
Leibowitz, Detroit, Mich.; Pamela
Wrinch, '48 L.S.A.; Jean Eddy,
'48 L.S.A.; Mimi Hawes, '46 L.S.A.;
Dorothy Parshall, Hartland,
Mich.; Ann Mardanack, '48 L.S.A.,
Akron, Ohio; Corinne Wilhelm,
Detroit, Mich.; Jean Flood, '48
' L.S.A.; Malty Dieffenbacher, '47
L. S. A'.; Ruth Avison, '48 L.S.A.;
Glady Savitt, '48 L. S. A.; Ruth
W. Holmes, '43 L.S.A., Dearborn,
Mich.; Pat Petterson, '48 L.S.A.;
Marilyn Hines, '48 L.S.A., Detroit,
Mich.; Doris Klee, '48 L. S. A.; Pat
Wilson, '48 L.S.A.; Jean Adams,
'46 L.S.AM; Joan Rothfuss, '48
L.S.A.; Blissfield, Mich.; Barbara
Fenker, 48 L.S.A.; Nancy Robert-
-son, 48 A. & D.
Alpha Delita Phi: June E. Pom-
ering, '45; Patricia E. Picard, '46;
Roberta Ames, '45; Betty Eaton,
'45; Harriet Skinner, '45; Jay
Petter, '47; Judy Bolt, '46; Glenn
McDaniel, '45; Mary Jane Mil-
lard, '46; Phyllis Banbrook, '45;
Pat Sanders, '45; Joadie Ross, '45.
Alpha Tat Omega: Joyce Rog-
ers, '47; Martha McCracken, '45;
Dolly Towvnshend, '48; Marion
Deane, '48; Janie Houston, '48;
Roezie Pohl, '48, Albion, Mich.;
Phyllis Esslinger, '47; Phyllis
Thompson, '45; Stephens College,
Columbia, Mo.; Margaret Thomp-
son, '46; Dottie Quick, '47; Nancy
Neumann, '48; Phyl Igel, Royal
Oak; Betty Fletcher, '45.
Army Colloid Research Group:
Marcie Dubinsky; Pearl Eisler;
Charlotte Bailit; Barbara Fitch;
Margery Cornsweet.
Chi Phi: Dorothy Goppelt, '47,
Lynne Ford, '47, Mickey Johnson,
'46, Anita Franz, '46, Phylis Eg-
gleton, '46, Gretchen Geignen-
muller.
CA Adams: Elly Ruhl, Soph;
Ann Whitmyer, Fr.; Jean Mc-
Conhey, Fr-., Jackson; Margary
Office, Fr.; Betty Jane Redlin,
Detroit, Mich.; Carol Tenbroek,
Grand Rapids.
Delta Tau Delta: Angie Good-
wyn, '47; Willard Fariss, Cincin-
nati, Ohio; June Ellen Vincent,
'46; Virginia Dowling, '45, Detroit;
Patricia Wallis, Detroit; Rita Jas-
ki, Milwaukee, Wis.; Eleanor Mac-
Laughlin, '46; Mary Bartly, '46.
Co. B (Sanitary Engineers) East
Quad: Shirley Truelsch, Cleve-
land, O.; Betty Kampfert, Ann
Arbor; Karen Holmes, Soph.; Vir-

ARNABY b
-- - - Cap h-, 145. The Newspape PM, In..
Youwe i'e quite awed, oing
a bother,s ill into that great banking
you,Bornby house... Of course we'll
wile y ue onyet as far as tfe
downtowi? information desk. Grace
is meeting us th re .
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O'Malley, my Fairy Godfather, is going down
e too. To borrow a hundred million dollars--
Investment bankers Now listen,
don't consider Pixies Bornoby. -
good risks, as a rule--
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CROCKE'"C 'f'
OHN So

By Crockett Johnson
Oh, they HAVE made a few exceptions. Fnr
instance, that Scandinaian Pixey, who-
John! [Wfhaheenough to
do coping with Barnaby's
imaginafion as it is now!
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ginia McRae, Soph.; Peggy West, Donn, '48; Helen Ginzburg, '48;
Ann Arbor; Phyllis Lee Knight, Ann Smith, '47; M4illicent Dalitz,
Soph.; Winnifred Bowles, Soph., '48.
Detroit. Prescott House-East Quad--
East Quad - Army Japanese Co. C.: Ellajane Sloan, Fr.;
Language School: Gene C. Pat- ,Nancy McGuineas, Junior, De-
terson, $alt Lake City, Utah; Es- roit; Bobby Sylvester, Soph, Yp-
ther Loomis, Baltimore, Mary- silanti; Marilyn Whaite, Soph,
land. Detroit; Mary Lou Yost, Adrian;
Phi Gamina Delta: Clare Born, Mary Ellen Harbison, Fr.; Pat
Ann Arbor; Connie Coulter, '47 Lewis, Fr.; Anna Lord, Detroit;
S.M.; Alice Zaagsma, '45L; Con- Marietta Cameron, Junior; Mu-
nie Robson, '46 Lit., Lansing; Irene riel Deutsch, Fresh.; Carol Hum-
Urcheck, '48 Lit.; Jordan; Betty bracht, Elgin, Ill.; Renee Shumer,
Detroit.
11 Theta Delta Chi: Betty Fergu-
son, Wayne; Dorothy Willselm,
'47; Patria Hoberts, '45; Patri-
cia King, '46; Mary Mosely. '45;
May Mosely, '45; Joycelyn Land-
voight, '45; Phyllis Thompson, '45;
Jan Trees, '45.
Wenley House: Barbar Buyer,
'4; Aileen Allen, '46; Keireen
Tanton, '48, Marian Larson,
Grand Rapids; Marilyn Hale, '48.
Zeta. Beta Tas Fraternity: Pearl
Handelsman, '48; Dale Moses, '46;
Edna Klien, '48; Judy Jacobson,
48; Nancy Schiller, '48; Char-
otte Abrams, '48; Ruth Lazar,
48; Janice Oberman, '48; Janice
Bernstien, '48; Rita Cantor, De-
troit.
Zeta Psi Fraternity: Barbara E.
Hoard, Pontiac; Mary Aschen
Brenner, Freshman; Christine
Blair, Detroit; Elizabeth Dixon,
Detroit; Lois Ann Doan, Grad.;
Elaine Formaniak; Frances Walk-
er, Fr., Detroit; Nancy Dwyer,
Ann Arbor
-'U' Student

Daily Poll Reveals Reasons
Why Students Go to V-Ba I
Why do people shell out four
shekels and get all dressed up in esting to put in a letter home,
their Monday best to prance and (Note: Translated from the org-
dance (occasionally) at V-Ball? inal Russia, this means a new
In an informal (very) poll con- reason for needing money-Ed)
ducted by an extra insipid mem- 3.dBecause I waaaid some
body else might take my g iel. Ass
ber of The Daily staff, one Mr. a matter of fact, somebody else
Ghastly Gallup polled V-Ballers did. This is a blind date I'm sith,
and their guest on this most im- 4. Because I'm a rotten dasncer
portant question. Of course, when and this is one dance whe e the
asked the REAL reason usually floor's so crowded nobody otice
5. Because I got kicked 'st to
the dorm yesterday and didn't
have anywhere else to spe:.d the
night.
(r ) 6. Because my colored sisis are
all in the laundry.
7. I won a ticket to the dance
in a crap game from a member of
the V-Ball committee. (Note,
' !- Members of the committeea lain-
dignantly deny this--they h. am
it was poker-Ed.)
8. So I could dance to Harry
James. Yes, I know he isnt here,
but I brought a portable phono-
graph.
given, Mr. Gallup coyly dug his When the poll-taker c-aaze
toe in the carpet and refused to women attending the dance as to
why they bothered, he received
divulge it as being unprintable the following answers.
anyway. But the others are list- 1. Because its a swell cheace to
ed below in the order of frequency: make' some poor sucker spend is
1. Because there's nothing good lot of money.
on the radio tonight. No other reasons were given B-
2. So I'd have something inter- cording to Mr. Gallup.

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Lemm, '45 B.Ad., Ohio State; S
Barbara L. Hastings, ,46; Betty Sent to, Eloise
Mann, Ann Arbor.
Phi Rho Sigma: Betty Cooley, ELOISE, MICH.-March 9 -
'46; Louise Hagreen, Hudson; Montmorency Z. Quiggle, one-time
Dcttie Hagreen, Hudson; Loy Political Science major at the Uni-
Wilson, '46; Bernie Hall, '46; versity of Michigan, was today'
Jean Pettigrew, '48; Bernadine confined to Eloise for "safekeep-
Collins, Ann Arbor; Lois Cothran, ing," after his mind had cracked,
'47; Ellen Coutchie, '46, Muske- as the result of a Constitutional
gon; Lois Iverson, '47. History Final, given at aforemen-
Phi Sigma Delta: Sue Hambur- tioned university.
ger, Detroit; Judy Pregerson, Quiggle was discovered to be
Soph. '47; June Leslie, '46; Ruth crazy, after he was found on Belle
Klein, Cleveland, O.; Joan Pence, Isle in Detroit, emptying a pearl-
Detroit; Helen Myers, '48; Francis handled Derringer into a statue
______________________ of Abraham Lincoln.
Quiggle was under the delusion
that he was John Wilkes Booth,
son of Edwin, and friend of Tele-
phone, and as he was carried away
to his quarters, he kept shouting,
State Street "Sic semper tyrannis."

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