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Mondav. February 9. 1948

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ice B. Allen, Jr., Lansing; Sue Mr.land Mrs. Jean Kaurpp, Ann
N anes Hughes, Grosse Pointe, and Day. Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Walter A.
P. Hammond, Lake Bluff, Ill.; Kasmer, Flint; Helyn Phyliss
Shirley Humrich, Detroit, and Katz, Detroit and Robert Jay
(Continued fram Pass Ii) Ferdinand W. Gennrich, Alpena; Greene, Detroit; Babs Kaumheim-
Eleanor M. Hunn, Batavia, N.Y. er, Detroit, and Thomas Chenot,
Nancy Helmick, Park Ridge, Ill., and Lee Edwards, Seattle, Wash. Detroit; Joan Kemper, Grosse Ile,
and Dan Paul, Binghamton, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hutchings, and John R. Gray, Wyandotte.
anIa al igatn Jackson. Mary Ann Kennedy, Detroit and
Guerth Hermairn, Detroit, ald Shirley Hyman, Detroit, and Bob Raum, Lansing; Barbara Ann
Howard G. Ross, Ann, Arbor; Jack Gold, Detroit; Betty Mae BnneyauF. aneg aAn
Winifred O. Hellior, Detroit, and Halstead, Casper, Wyo., and How-
William R. Graft, Pontiac; Mr. ard J. Halstead, Dearborn; Polly Richard C. Waggoner, Ft. Wayne,
and Mrs. Fred Hendershot, Jr., Hanson, Birmingham and May H. d.: Helene Kielas, Detroit, and
Ypsilanti; Marvis Henderson, Ann Cornell, Birmingham; Mary Har- Donald D. Fischer, Paterson, N.
Arbor, and Adoulphus P. Thomp-! vis, Peru, Ind., and Johnny Coffin, J.; Barbara Keller, Findlay, 0.,
son, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Detroit; Shirley Hart, Detroit, and and Jack Becker, Chicago, Ill.;
Verne W. Henshaw, Jackson. Don Rohrer, Tipp City, Ohio; Isabel King, Detroit and Seymour
Mr. and Mrs. David D.,W. Hen- Mary Belle Hawver, Fort Wayne, Grandtr.R .K
thorn, Ann Arbor; Gertrude Him- Ind., and William M. Cutler, Ad- Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Kng,
eSoh lnadIen Briskin. rian, Mich.; Patricia Beard, Chi- :Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
elhoch, Flint, and BenBikn in ihPtii erCi ugh Kilgore, Houston, Tex.; Joy
Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill, cago, and H. R. Rathbun, Ann Ar- - Hgh igBaHCitnT.;Jy
Flint; Nanette Hill, Pontiac, and bor; Holly Herz, Oklahoma City, Kinnane, Bay City, and Carl
Douglas M. Campbell, Saskatoon, Okla., David R. Addison, Grand MAN WITHOUT A BAND- Schmelman, Bay City; Beverly
Canada; Marjory Helsinger, Mid- Rapids; Marian A. Hill. Pittsburgh Failing to get the nod from the Kirk, Detroit and Richard Hazen,
land and Wallace Ring, Miami, and Harry Grayson Hill, Kalama- J-Hop Committee this year, Ar- Detroit; Jos Knight, Findley, O.,
Fla. zoo; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. tur Rodzinski well-known con- and Robert C. Johnson, Findley,
Sue 'Hoetel, Toledo, O. and Hinkin, Saginaw, Mich.; Virginia doctor, was promptly ejected O.
Paul A. Reger, Sylvania, Ohio; Holles, Strawberry Point, Iowa from the Chicago Symphony Betty Koebel, Detroit and Bob
Carolyn Hoelzer, Ann Arbor, and and John J. Hayes, Ann Arbor; Orchestra. Scanlan, Detroit; Helen Korman,
Ernest Cole, Lapeer; Mr. and Marilyn Holmquist, Saginaw, and Detroit, and Edward Lebowitz, De-
Mrs. Jim Holland, Ann Arbor; Bill Cochron, Milwaukee; Elmpr John H. C. James, Ann Arbor; Mr. troit; Stephanie Kown, Dearbrn,
Barbara Holland, Saginaw, and Horwitz, Pontiac, and Richard and H. Ry Sepell, Darigain
John F. Graves, Detroit; Mary Gethner, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Jacques,, Jerry Krause, Detroit and Reva
Holtman, Detroit,-and James Wal- J. C. Hunt, Sault Ste. Marie, Del Rio, Texas. Hertz, Detroit; Pat Krawiec, De-
lace Kirkamo, Missoula, Montana. Mich.; Peggy Hynes, Lansing, and Dorothy E. Jarvis, Detroit, and troit and Bob Yung, Detroit.
Marilyn A. Holton, Battle Creek, Russell Foster, Pontiac. Leo H. Laakso, Ann Arbor; Lois Betty Kurtz, Detroit, and Lee
and Richard T. Garrett, Cleve- Janet Ingling, Kalamazoo, and Johnson, Detroit, and John R. Shulman, Detroit; Janice Kistler,
land; Susie Hoplesnooper, Ann William J. Jackson, Kalamazoo; Ball, Coldwater; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bellevue, Ohio, and David Whit-
Arbor, and Bob Wardrop, Ann Coe Isgrig, Detroit, and William F. Richard Johnson, Ann Arbor; Mr. combe, Dearborn; Mary Suzanne
Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Culman, Detroit; Josephine E. Ir- and Mrs. Klemme M. Jones, Iowa Kuivinen, Grosse Pointe, and Don-
Horst, Three Rivers; Mr. and Mrs. win, Toledo, and Herbie E. Hat- Falls, Ia.; Marilyn Ann Jones, ald John Hutchinson, Chicago;
Thomas S. Horton, Flint; Mr. and field, Grand Rapids. Jones, Jamestown, N.Y., and Rob- Janie Kuster, Bloomsburg, Pa.,
Mrs. Stevan Horvath, Ann Arbor. Mike Jackson, Royal Oak, and ert M. Kash, Ashland, Ky.; Mary and William N. Hall, Flint; Della
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Horwitz, Alan C. McManus, Huntington Elizabeth Jones, Warren, Mass. Kutis, Glendale, W. Va., and Jos-
Detroit; Lee Hubert, Pleasant Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Lyston G. and John M. Jones, Danville, Ill.; eph Walker, Revere, Mass.
Ridge, and Douglas Parker, La-a Jaco, Jr., Athens, Tenn.; Louis C. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jord, Ann Ar- Mary Lundahl, Adrian, and
Porte, Indiana; Jack, Plymouth, and Robert B. bor; Alice Jorgensen, Detroit, and Donald D. Phillips, Adrian; Jane
Nancy Huff, Detroit, and Maur- Dickey, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. John Perry, Detroit. Lanimert, Weedsport, N. Y., and

Thomas Biddle, Ann Arbor; Betty
Landesman, Detroit, and LerryT
Cotman, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Lane, Ann Arbor; Mary
Lou Larke, Sault Ste. Marie, and'
Bob Learmont, Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Launi W. Larson.-
Jr., Chicago; ' Eloise J. Lawler.
Birmingham, and Dick Elkington.
Muskegon; Audrey Lawrence, De-
troit, and Fred Milburn, Detroit;
Nancy Lawton, Olean, N. Y., and -
John L. Pyles, Olean, N. Y.; Doro-
thy Leaf, Birmingham, and Wil-
liam Raymond Wyckoff, Ann Ar-
Janet Louise Leckner, Detroit,
and Robert Edgar Coe, Grosse Pte.
Farms; Ann Lee Saginaw, and
Bruce Schwartz, Saginaw; Ruth
L. Lee, Grand Rapids, and Karl
M. Kleckner, Grand Rapids; Jean
Leonard, Detroit, and Richard S.
Hait, Ann Arbor; Ann Leinweber,
Grosse Pointe, and Allan Neef,
Grosse Pointe.
Barbara Leslie, Saginaw, and
Fred A. Otto, Grosse Pointe; Joyce
Levy, Rochester, N. Y., and Wil-
iam Chaplin, Boston, Mass.; Kitty
Lewis, Bloomington, Ind., and
Robert G. Val, Indianapolis, Ind.
Connie Rowe, Jackson, and Mark
Lewis, Jackson; Carol Lieberman,
Maplewood, N. J., and Philip
Wylie, Hillsdale.
Jean Lindbloom, Detroit, and
Samuel N. Spring, Detroit; Karen
Linch, Grosse Pointe, and Meele
C. Page, Saginaw; Barbara Litzin-
burger, Plymouth, and Blaine G.
Ingram, Plymouth; Shirley Loeb-
lich, Detroit and Harvey Frank,
Wyandotte; Muriel Logan, Niaga-
ra Falls, Ont., and Leonard H.
Steinbrueck, Birmingham.
See NAMES, Page 13

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