Saturday, March 10, 1945
TE M IC H IGAN D AILY
Gov. Kelly, Pres. Ruthven,
Regents, Professors Named
Patrons for this third V-Ball in-
clude Governor and Mrs. Harry F.
Kelly, President and Mrs. A. G.
Ruthven, Vice-President and Mrs.
4. P. Adams, Vice-President and
Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Vice-President
and Mrs. M. L. Niehuss, Vice-Pres-
Went and Mrs. S. W. Smith, Re-
gent Vera B. Baits and Mr. S. G.
Baits, Regent and Mrs. R. S. Bish-
op,-Regent and Mrs. A. B. Con-
nable, Regent and Mrs. R. A. Hay-
Tard, Regent and Mrs. J. J. Her-
Bert, Regent and Mrs. H. G. Kipke,
Regent and Mrs. J. D. Lynch and
Regent and Mrs. E. C. Shields.
The list continues with Profes-
sor C. G. Brandt, Professor and
/Mrs. L. M. Gram, Doctor F. E.
Robbins, Secretary and Mrs. H. G.
Watkins, Dean and Mrs. W. I.
Bennet, Dean and Mrs. R. W.
Bunting, Dean J. A. Bursley, Dean
and Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean and
Mrs. L. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs.
J. B. Edmonson, Dean and Mrs.
A. B. Furstenberg, Doctor and Mrs.
L. A." Hopkins, Dean and Mrs. E.
H. Kraus and Director and Mrs.
H. B. Lewis.
Additional patrons are Dean Al-
ice C. Lloyd, Director and Mrs. E.
V. Moore, Director Rhoda F. Red-
dig, Doctor and Mrs. W. G. Rice,
Doctor and Mrs. C. A. Sink, Dean
,and Mrs. E. B. Stason, Dean and
Mrs. R. A. Stevenson, Dean and
Mrs. H. F. Vaughan and Dean and
Mrs. C. S. Yoakum.
The list concludes with Asst.
,Dean Mary C. Bromage, Asst. Dean
and Mrs. W. J. Emmons, Asst.
Dean C. T. Omstead, Asst. Dean
Jeanette Perry, Asst. Dean and
Mrs. W. B. Rea, Asst. Dean and
Mrs. E. A. Walter, Registrar and
Mrs. I. M. Smith and Miss Ethel
Guests' Names Told
V-Ball guests include Professor
and Mr. S. W. Allen, Doctor Mar-
garet Bell, Professor and Mrs. H.
0. Crisler, Professor and Mrs. H.
M. Dorr, Professor and Mrs. D.
L. Dummond, Captain and Mrs. G.
R. Horn, Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. C.
A. Hoyt, Professor and Mrs. H. C.
Koch, Captain W. V. Michaux, Lt.-
Col. and Mrs. R. C. Miller, Pro-
fessor and Mrs. W. C. Olson, Pro-
fessor and Mrs. J. A. Van den
Broek,- Professor L. G. Vander
Velde, Major and Mrs. J. P. Wil-
bern, Professor and Mrs. H. O.
Whittemore and Professor and
Mrs. E. S. Wolaver.
Additional guests are Lt.-Comm.
.and Mrs. J. J. Branson, Assoc.
Professor and Mrs. G. B. Brigham,
Assoc. Professor W. W. J. Gores,
Assoc. Professor and Mrs. A. Ma-
' Say it with FLOWERS and
you will be sure that you
are giving the finest . . .
no matter what the oc-
A FLOWER SHOP
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- turd.y- March 1, 1945,THE M1:HIAN DAILY PanITI tv-f -,I
By Crockett Johnson
Oh, it's you again. Jim Fisk. And I suppose
you want me to float another bond issue on
that Erie Railroad of yours.. .Well,I won't!
Not until I finish feeding these little birdies.
Trying to fool old Dormant, are you? It
can't be done, Jim. And tell Jay Gould-
But here comes another pigeon!
A big fellow! Looks hungry, too-
It's Mr. O'Malley, my Fairy Godfather. And he
wants to borrow a hundred million dollars ...
Am I in the
1 l \ 1 1 / 1 I (.l ( I ] " - "" 7 _ CoWight, 1445, The N&*Vo K P Inc
, Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. E. F. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Norton, Mr.
*tt, Assoc. Professor and Mrs. and Mrs. P. A. Ostafin, Mr. and
F. Wells. Assoc. Professor and Mrs. W. B. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs.
Hamuel Graft Lays Down
Law to Slack-Wearing Coeds
Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Asst. Pro-
fessor and Mrs. R. C. Boys and
Doctor William M. Brace.
Other guests are Asst. Professor
and Mrs. F. O. Copley, Asst. Pro-
fessor and Mrs. D. B. Gooch, Asst.
Professor and Mrs. A. H. Hawley,
E. N. Riskey, Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Concluding the list are Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. John, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Heidgen, Mrs. A. Johnson, Mrs.
H. Loeser, Mr. and Mrs. I. S.
Loewenberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
McConnel, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Mixer, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Schol-
nick, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Sorice
and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wick.
Ann Arbor, Mich.,-March 9-
Adolphus (Hitler) Schikelgruber,
one-time wall-paperer and gov-a
ernmental official in Germany,k
today registered for admittance to
the College of Literature and Arts,t
at the University of Michigan. 1
Schikelgruber, who is intending
to major in Surrealistic Painting,s
was visibly impressed with theN
University. He was also quite en-t
thusiastic over the rug exhibition,j
held in the Islamic Art Depart-
ment of Angell Hall. Said he
Asst. Professor and Mrs. 0. M. when asked about the kind of men
Stanley, Asst. Professor and Mrs. who smoke cigarettes, "Well, these
A. H. Stockard, Asst. Professor and beautiful rugs remind me of an
Mrs. L. C. Stuart, Asst. Professor ancient parable. 'Many men
and Mrs. R. E. Townsend, Asst. smoke, but only Fumanchu'.
Professor and Mrs. A. Van Duren, Schikelgruber then retired to
Jr., Asst. Professor and Mrs. E. his quarters, a magnificent man-
Weddige, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. And- sion overlooking Ann Arbor's busi-
erson, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Baker ness district. He sent down for a
and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brunson. couple of cases of beer, and we two
The list continues with Doctor settled down to a nice long chat
and Mrs. A. W. Coxon, Mr, and on world affairs, sex, and the
Mrs. L. F. Etter, Mr. A. R. Favreau, future of the horse in thermo-
Mr. G. Kiss, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. dynamics. When I left he ad-
Kuenzel, Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Lag- monished me with this little re-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Mann, joinder, "You drink too much!"
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flattering piece of clothing that a
female can wear, and they know
it. Women hate dungarees, but
they are willing to suffer the
"slings and arrows of outrageous
fortune" with the knowledge that
at the end of the long arduous
trail of abuses and indignities,
their reward, the universal habit
of female trousers, will more than
amply satisfy the sacrifices.
The women have just about
achieved their goal; slacks, trou-
sers, pants, shorts, and any other
imaginable thing with two legs,
are firmly in the feminine grasp,
a grasp too vise-like to be broken
by ordinary methods. Women now
wear slacks at will, and Will
writhes in agony along with mil-
lions of other men. I will admit,
that on about one girl in a thou-
sand, slacks are becoming, but I
will also say that that one girl in
the thousand, never got into the
University of Michigan.
You can see them walking to
classes, walking from classes,
sitting in classes, standing in
front of you in acigarette line,
or in any other of the innum-
erable positions, which they can
assume. -Slacks-- (Why they
ever called them slack, I'll be
darned if I know). They bend,
they crease, they strain to such
a point that one has to look
away and place one's hands over
one's ears; they are horrible but
milady loves them.
The women now wear slacks on
any occasion. They go swimming
in them, they go to class in them,
they go out on dates in them, and
it is even rumored that Adrian has
come out with a pair of formal
trousers for women, affectionately
called Slackays. Slackays are made
of cross-stitched broadcloth, with
a baby-pink flange of courdoroy
running down either leg. Slack-
ays are said to have frilled cuffs
with puffed-up hip joints. As you
can easily visualize-a formal fit
for a queen.
Men! This must be stopped be-
fore it goes any farther. I will
leave you with just one thought
from which you men must make
If slacks go any further, while
skirts go out of fashion,
Who'll wear the pants in the
family, and who'll give whom the
It is importatn htat eveyr emm-
ber of hte Michiagn Daliy staff
aeppar promtply at a pcelia prf-
oorrdeagni meteing which will be
hide in the Sudtent Publiciations
Biulding nxet Wendsay at $ p. m.
Proffreadgni is an essentail fro
eveyr nwespapre adn the Dliay
stands fro acuraccy at lla timse.
Frsehmna dna sofmores aer rqe-
uirded to attend.
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