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February 07, 1949 - Image 21

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SPECIAL 4i tMW UJ 4t t4 SPECIAL

Monday, February 7, 1949

. AND THE SNOW CAME

Ole Man ?Weather Smiles on Winter Frolic

C1m pus Skis,
inIGala

'Da 1v Alegi:Lmzanian,
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WINNING DISPLAY-Phi Gamma Delta's winning ie carving.
Phi G ma Delta To s List
O Winter Carnival Winners
Phi Gamma Delta led the pa- women's division and Winchell
rade of the ten houses awarded House and Phi Gamma Delta in
trophies for top total scores in the men's division. All four took
Winter Carnival competition. home first place trophies.
Delta' Upsilon followed in sec- Seconds were awarded Alpha
Phi and Delta Upsilon in women's
ond place. The next eight in order and men's respectively.
were: Silver King awarded six silver
Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta -lollars instead of five- because
Delta, Kappa Delta, Chi Omega, there was a tie for fifth place.
Sorosis, Sigrna Phi Epsilon, Adams Winning guessers in order were
House, and Hollis House. 'na Sussman, Catherine Clark,
Top honors for :e carving were Phyllis Walters, John Hobvak, and
split fonr ways between Mosher tied for fifth were Ernest Felton
Jordan and Kappa Dlta in the and Tom Flynn.

Thi fie-dy weekend slid off
x t fast ;j.with Winter Car-
lia -:ci heway Wednesday
anc! Thurdaa
:, icn a 20 degree avei
aetmraueconsined to make
ear tleddin" for the Union-
t'al of the two-day
si orts frlic.
sWi ier" beamed 00
' .ho i im.A th e listy
'anival in 1941 a gala show wit i
' a"' is- ''nsevets h
titt C~ih~tePostpsonedi "Cn
hnd "seated:" while nn Arbor
hd -its rnldest- winter in 50
ear.acording to the Detroit
'eather bute.u
Preceding carnivalso m1939 and
'40 were chiefly professional ice Daly-BII wise
skating shows, a committee TOBOGGAN ENTHUSIASTS--Winter Carnivalites in one of
spokesman said many Arboretum sports.
The 1949 carnival was climsxed
by the Coliseum ice show. but a WINTER CARNIAL CHAIRMEN
string of tobogannng, ice carvg,
dancing and speed skating led up Nancy Hess, Dick Slocum and Pat McKenna were in general
to it. Cutter rides and a hay ride charge of the event. They were assisted by Gwen Sperlich, Dick
added atmosphere. Cossit, Jackie Reid, Irvin Barill, Mary Ctarolyn Wright, Pat Han-
Silver King. in the person of nagan, Bob Seeber, Bobby Jo Ream, Bill Peterson, Harold Sper-
Blair Moody was officially un- lich and Ann Schoonmaker.
masked at the ice show. He pre-
sented trophies to high-point
houses and ribbons to winning in-
dividuals. Figure skating, crazy re-
says, and a faculty-student broom-
aall game filled out the final event
Thursday night at the Coliseum.
Skating races at Burns Park
followed a free-for-all skating tit iI,9 !
party at the Burns Park rink
Thursday afternoon.

Baffing Winter Carnival Clues
IdentifySilver King Moody
Silver King is no longer a cam- from the middle of the alphabet,
pus mystery mar, but the clues the space between M and N, its
which identified him may be. one beck to M. After counting ten
The first five of almost 80 guess- from M to the beginning, B comes
ers who deducted "Blair Moody" up. The result is B.M.-Blair,
from the quartet of clues took ' Moody's initials.
home silver dollars. "I'm on the ledge," suggests his
Moody, as Silver King, said, "I SL membership. "And in the
got the biggest kick out of throw- mood" makes a slight pun on his
in. candy at my frat brothers on last name.'
the ride down the Diag." The second line, "For gradua-
The hardest pa't of the job, he tion clouds to brood," means he
asserted, was throiving friends off plans to graduate in June with
the track, when they asked him the class of '49.
point blank if he was Silver King. "Secretary, President, Silver
"I couldn't say 'yes,' and I couldn't King, Football and Washington
say 'no,' so I just said 'guess'." are the thing," lists his activities
In case some are still puzzling and interests. Besides SL presi-.
over the clues a post mortem is in dency last semester, he is secre-
order. tary of the Phi Delt house, Wash-
The first one - "From the ington, D.C. is his home.
middle to beginning and end, it's Football, thrown in chiefly to
one and ten to every friend," is throw puzzlers off the track, is a
based on the alphabet. legitimate hobby, he said, although'
Joanne Hill, a p'ublicity oom- he plays mostly in frat scrim-
mittee member, explained that mages.

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FINh.S

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