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Monday, February '7, 1949

TH:.E MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Thirteen

Monday, February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen

Brunsting, Rochester, Minn.; Lita -
NA. * Hagen, Northport, and Roger Bus-
lee, Ann Arbor; Helen Hager,
Dearborn, and Fred C. Henderson,
(Continued from Page 02) Detroit; Myra Hahn and Edward
SR. Strong; Shirley Ann Hahn,
Mrs. Leonard E. Geiser, Niagara Grosse Pointe, and H. R. Rathbun,
Falls, N.Y.; Joyce Gendzwill, Iron Det.. Doris M. Hall, Saginaw, and
River, and Theodore H. John, Ann J. 1. Hanes, Saginaw.
Arbor. Sally E. Hall, Jamestown, N.Y.,
and Alan J. Blair, Warren, Pa.;
Betty Genheimer, Belp'e, 0., Sally Hameline, Grand Blanc, and
and John Arozian, Dot.; Ingrid Warren Bunyan, Flint; Helen
Geppert and Donald G. Lubeck; Hamamon, Decatur, Ill., and Laird
+ Patricia Gerardo, Sturgis, and hmn. Beatur, lad Lam-
JackG Maden reenichSchmidt, Bessemer; Gladys Ham-
Jack G. Madden, Greenwich, mood, Northville, and Russell G.
Conn.; Mary L. Gilbert, Toledo, Con, N Mrth a HamricG.
and Thomas F. Franke, Det.; Sy- Corbin, Del., Martha Hmrick'
bil Giles, Dot., and Bob Smith. Raleigh. N.C.. and Robert W . Van
Deta Summern, Buffalo, N.Y.
-et Jean Hanby, Highland Park.
Maclou Jane Gilman, Tecum- and John W. Ackenhusen, Benton
seh, and Roger S. Ely, Montpelier, Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Han-
0.; Betty M. and John C. Gilpin, pian, Det.; Patriciri Hannagan,
Hanover; Ann Ginns, Det., and Kalamazoo, and Bill Edison,
Milton Siegel, Flint; Elma Glad- Giand Rapids; Lois Hanson, Ply-
stone, Det., and John R. Stover, mouth. and E. G. Daskalakis, Det.;
Det.; Dolores Glaser, Northville, Arlette Harbour, Det., and Frank
and Clarence A. LaFaine, Vulcan. Whitehouse, Jr., Ypsilanti; Judy
a Harger and Joe Cobane. Mrs. John
ELLEN GLIEM, St. Clair, and ers Grove
Fred O. Rouse, Pt. Huron; Ann BARBARA HART, Grosse Swartz C
Glover, Poland, O., and Robert Pointe, and Bob Buslepp, Grosse Brooklyn,
Preston, Roslyn Hts., N.Y.; Jean Pointe; Doris E. Hart, Det., and Henry L.
Glowacki, Det., and Jerome San- Carl S. Schade, Baltimore. Md.; Hough.
ford, Muskegon; Lenora Gluck, Dorothy Hart, Ypsilanti. and J. G. Remsburg
Det., and Ronald A. Selbst, Det.; Konos, Owosso; Bobbe Hason, and ton, Lanas
Frances Gockis, Ann Arbor, and Harvey L. Weiner; Eleanor Hayes, Lansing.
Ronald R. Solbenblatt, Saginaw. Det., and Robert Papworth, Det.; Susan a
Mary Alice Goeltz and Vernon Barbe Heckel, Chicago, Ill., and son; Nanc
C. Bryant, Jr.; Ruth Golden, Buf- Pres Holmes, Det. Bob Stitt,
falo, and Milton L. Berry, Det.; Marie Hedrick, Det., and Rolyn erly Ruth
Carol Goldenberg, Det, and Ralph Storey, Lakewood, O.; Jean Heid- and Dou
Coskey, Det.; Beverly Goldstein, gen, and Dana B. Lemler; Helen Ind.; Harr
Englewood, N.J., and Norman Heiftje, Jackson, and Daniel C. John M. B
Thrope, Brooklyn; Joy Golds- Probert, Jackson; Arden Heim, Va
worthy and Walter Manley, Marge Baltimore, Md., and Frederick H. Marilyn
Good, Ann Arbor, and Tom Aus- Reiter, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and and Paul
tin, Birmingham; Barbara Gor- Mrs. Arnold D. Held, Albany, N. O.; Sue H
don, Det., and Jack Fromm, Det. Y.; Beverly Jane Hendrie, Det., -
Mae Gosman, Det., and Allen and Robert E. Heineman, Omaha.
Weiss, Det.; Rosemarie Gottlieb, Sally Jane Henty, Royal Oak,
Pocatello, Ida., and Samuel Wolf, and Richard D. Helmrich, Det.
Grand Bapids; Betsy Gould, St. JPai Hnlg, Waled lae; ann
Charles, and Howard DeLaMater,J.APfuWleLa;An
Grayling; Marjorie Gould, Ann Herman, Asbury Park, N.J., and
Arbor, and Richard Romeyn, New York, N.Y.; Patricia
Royal Oak Herriman, Flint, and Kenneth B.
Herrington, Bad Axe; Virginia L.
MARY GOULD and Charles Herring, Port Washington, N.Y..
Otis; Jean Gowie, Pt. Huron, and and Stanford H. Hartshorn, Jr.
Robert Cass, South Bend, Ind.; Gardner, Mass.; Reva Hertz, Det.,
Ruth Grabowski, E. Lansing, and and Jerome W. Krause, Det.
Alexander H. MacMillan, Grand HOLLY HERZ, Oklahoma City
Rapids; Loraine Graham, Det., Okla and Jim Sakai, Pelham, N
and George F. Lunger, Det.; Betty Y.; Dorothy Hieronymus, Three
Gram, Cara, and Keith Baguley, Rivers, and David Jacobs, Three
Caro; Anne GreeneH Woodbdge, Rivers; Mary E. Higbee.'Det., and
Conn., and John R. Kruse, Jr., RcadM eit ain on
LookoutRicard M. Hewitt, Darien Con
t, Mountain, Tenn. Barbara Higgins, Adrian, and
Jeanne Greer, Ft. Wayne, Ind., Richard J. Leite, Fremont, Ohio
and Alexander Morris, Scarsdale, Joan Hildebrandt, West Palm
N.Y.; Helen J. Gregory, Jackson, Beach, Fla., and Chuck Walli, Port I
and Robert Crary, Jr., Jackson; Huron; Polly Hodges, and Gil
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gresla, Mon- Schubert.
roe; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Greve, Ann Susan Hoeffel, Toledo, and Paul ,
Arbor; Joanna Griffin, Lansing, A. Reger, Sylvania, O.; Jo Hoey
and Paul Gikas, Lansing; Eliza- Dexter. and Samuel Schae r Jr.
beth Grim, Grand Rapids, and Winona. Minn.; Elm Haaemren
Charles R. French, Grand Rapids. Det., and Alvin R. Nelson Miani
Barbara Grim, Lansing, and tee; Marilyn Holmquist, Saginaw
Jack McGregor, St. Johns; Ann and Samuel J. Rich, Roekaway
Gr., Ann Arbor, and Paul W. Beach, N.Y.; Elinor Roner, and
Eaaton, Det.; Helen Grubbs and Jim Reese,
4 W, Tom ZurSchmiede.
VIXRX HnPPS Fan d7 9

Christian, Det.; Florence Hurn, ler; Lela Johnson and Donald Mc-
LaPorte, Ind., and Thomas G. Os- Gregor; Barbara Johnston, Det.,
born, LaPorte, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. and Douglas L. Sinn, Det.; Betty
Donald J. Hutchinson; Mildred Jones, DeWitt, and William J.
Hutchison, Det., and John Retich. Hartman, Jr., Three Rivers, Elea-
- i Det. nor Jones and John Baumgart;
Marilyn Ann Jones, amestown, N.
NANCY IUTCHINSON, Battle Y., and Robert. I. Kash, Ashland,
Creek. and W. W. Kuhns. Jr.. Ky.; Mary Jones. Det., and Robert
Monroe: Betsy Iden and Phil Lin- L. Chapman. Omaha, Neb.
Scott: Joyce Anne Irvin!. D t.,
and Frederick W. Geh-inka. Ann BEVERLY JOSEPH, Jersey City,
Arbor: Betty Jayne Ison. Det.. and N.J.. and Lauens Ruben, New
James Romeyn. Royal Oak: Ella- Rohelle. N.Y.: Helen Jungblut,
an. I-ac'rsa. 05.. and Asrota Stockton, N.J.. and Robert L.,Ber-
Ben-Erra, Brooklyn. N.Y. husky, Washis.-ton, D.C.; Harriet
Mr. and Mrs. Shyo Itami. Ann Kaier. Det., aaad Ross T. Griffith,
Abo,: Janice Jackson. Royal Oak, Det.; Shirley Asona Kalte. Det., and
and Alan McManus, Huntington Robert D. Hill, Det.; Barbara
Woods; Roliene Jackson, Fern- Kamin. Det.. and Paul Nielsen,
dale. and Lawrence F. Lane. Det.; Det.: Joyce Kapanke, Pt. Huron,
Jacrueline Jad, Det.. and David and Frank E. Smith, Jr., Pt.
F. Dill, Det.: Watinifred Jancshaske, Huron.
Manistee, and Gordon Piotrowski,
Manistee. EMILY KARCH and Henry
Dee Janusch, Det.. and Ted Mark Hildebrandt, Ann Arbor;
--Bill smith Haner, Det.; Mr. and Mrs. William Laura Kaseman, Toledo, O., and
R. Jarrett, Det.; Liicyle Jayne, William Kirk, Jr., Toledo; Regina
T. Hornberger, Down- Det., and Bud Rauner. Det.; Mar- Kessel, Det., and Sheldon Siegel,
Ill.; Jackie Horning, gie Jeffries. Det., and H. W. Har- Det.; Clara Katitus, Ypsilanti, and
reek, Julius Hosai-rison. Det.; Gay Jellema. Grand T. C. Taylor, Ypsilanti; Nancy
N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Rapids, and Jack Peterson Grand Kaye, Ann Arbor, and Hal Mc-
Hosmer, Det.; Dorothy Rapids; Dorothy Jemal, Det., and David, Dearborn; Margaret
)et., and Charles R. William F. Hassel, Jr., Richmond. Kearns, Det., and Alfred W.
Det.; Barbara Hough- Va. Storey, Clawson.
ing, and Leon McNutt, Phyllis Keenan and David F'
ZOLIETA V. JENKINS, Det., Kadyk; Edythe Keig, Aanaconda,
nd Carl M. Howe, Jack- and Adoulphus P. Thompson, Ann Mont., and Gordon K. Craig,
y Howes, Akron, O., and Arbor; Pat Jenner and Jack Wit- Evanston, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Indianapolis, Ind.; Hav- zig; Virginia Jobes, Philadelphia, man A. Keller, Ann Arbor; Louise
Hubert, Pleasant Ridge, and Otto L. Reisman, Grand Rap- L. Kelley, Jr., Birmingham, and
glass Parker, LaPorte, ids; Elisabeth Johnson, Mt. Mor- Ronald S. Swarthout, Saginaw;
iet Hunt, Saginaw, and ris, and Kenneth Schubring, Man- Margaret Kelley and Alfred Miller;
Bobbitt, Huntington, W. istique; Joan Johnson, Owosso, Pat Kelly, Bay City, and Jack
and Bruce Cook, Owosso; Mar- Hayes, Flint.
E. Hunt, Dayton, O., ilyn Johnson, Bessemer, and Dave Nancy Kendall and Philip
S. Brentlinger, Dayton, Mohr, South Haven. Frandsen; Colleen Kennedy, Pt.
unt, Toledo, and Cole S. Marilyn Johnson and Don Quel- (Continued on Page 14)
Ae'e lic/ian e Iteet-

DIANE HACHA, Det., and Louie

Rob 2rL Hivppr, rse;n a i, and
Rvobert Hopps, Ferndale; Mr. and

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GAFEtE0.\A

LUNCH
11 A.M. - 2 P M
DINNER
5 P.M.- 7:30 P.M

For a Snack or a Steak.
GOOD FOOD
at a reasonable price
Temple Cafeteria
Masonic Temple Bldg.
Fourth Ave. -- Between Williams and Liberty

A new semester starts, a greater one for the Union.
WEEK-END DANCING - EVERYDAY RELAXING
Swimming Pool---Bowling Alleys-Club Rooms
Cafeteria---Dining Room-Soda Bar
"7e #u6 #( the )tchi Catnpa i

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