TUJESDAY, SE~PTEMB1ER 27, 1949
r THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dawn Patrol Crowns
Coed Beauty Queen
By MAXINE RYCKMAN
Ann Marie Maurer, literary
school junior,who was chosen Na-
tional Cherry Queen this summer,,
received a second honor when she
was crowned Dawn Patrol Queen
in a ceremony held Sunday morn-
ing at the Ann Arbor Airport.
The Dawn Patrol, an associa-
tion of Michigan private airplane
pilots, selected Miss Maurer, a
member of the local chapter of
Alpha Xi Delta, from a field of
ten candidates, who represented
cities in the state. Miss Maurer
represented Traverse City, the
home of the National Cherry Fes-
Following the coronation, the
highlight of the Dawn Patrol's last
meeting of the year, the newly-
chosen queen greeted the pilots
who had arrived in Ann Arbor for
Miss Maurer received nation-
wide publicity in July, when she
ruled over the two-day Cherry 1
Festival, which was attended by
Governor Williams. Her picture
and stories about the festival ap-
peared in various newspapers
throughout the country.
Her reign as, Cherry Queen was
climaxed by an airplane trip to
Hollywoodi, where she toured Par-
amount Studios. While there, she
met screen stars Bob Hope, Lucille
Ball and Betty Hutton and pre-
sented them with cherry pies.
She appeared on Tom Brene-
man's radio show and visited the
Brown Derby, the Paramount
commissary and the Mocambo.
While at the Paramount com-
missary, Miss Maurer was ap-
proached by a talent scout, who
invited her to do a reading for
him. When he offered her a screen
test, she declined. She explained
that she preferred to return to
the University, where she is ma-
joring in education and minoring
The petitedbrunette queen's tour
also included a visit to the House
of Westmore, an appearance on a
television show in Hollywood and
a visit to Chicago.
Miss Maurer's home is in Greil-
icksville, Mich., where her father
is a cherry orchardist. She was a
cheerleader at Traverse City High
School and is now a member of
the Wolverine Club at the Univer-
Will Beg in
A series of weekly duplicate
bridge tournaments will begin at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the main
ballroom of the League.
Mrs. Bernard Agrus, outstanding
WAA To Plan
House athletic managers will be
called together at 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the WAB to plan the all cam-
pus women's volleyball tourna-
ment, the first of the year's three
Any woman registered at the
University is eligible to partici-
pate in the tournament on one of
her house teams, even freshmen.
Games will begin Monday after-
noon and continue until the middle
According to the new WAA pol-
icy adopted last spring, dormi-
tories housing over 100 women will
no longer need 100 per cent par-
ticipation in two sports to be elig-
ible for the participation cup, but
rather only 65 per cent participa-
tion in two sports.
WAA awards, which are given
out on Lantern Night in the
spring, are based both on the per-
centage of participation, above the
minimum, and the success of in-
dividuals and teams in sports.
Stockwell's team 16 was the
winner of the volleyball tourna-
ment last season, while Kappa
Kappa Gamma lost only one
Teams will be composed of a
minimum of eight players and no
more than 15, including a score-
keeper. No woman may be a mem-
ber of, or play for more than one
Games will be played in Bar-
bour Gymnasium and WAA en-
courages house cheering sections.
Members of the board of the
University Student Wives Club for
this coming year have been an-
Dare Gumprecht holds the posi-
tion of president, while Alice Lee
serves as vice-president.
Marian Blankenship is secre-
tary, Lee Samson, treasurer; Ann
Simkin, program chairman; Pat
Hickox, membership chairman;
Jean Pearson, historian; Mary
Patterson, Community represen-
tative; Terry Sommers, com-
munications and Betty Crawford,
A welcome meeting, the first of
the year, will be held at 8:00 p.m.
tomorrow at the University Com-
munity Center. The program, con-
sisting of a one-act play, "The
Man Who Married the Dumb
Wife," by Anatole France, a com-
munity sing-song, various games l
and refreshments will be provided.
Easy to Learn - Easy to Write - Easy to Read
..e AUDREY BUTTERY
The Fortnite central commit-
tee will meet at 4 p.m. tomor-
row in the League.
Former Editor's Troth Told
Listick really stays on
bridge authority, will supervise the
tournaments and help students
with bridge problems.
National rating points will be
given to winners and master point
games will be run the second Wed-
nesday of every month. Winners
of this series will be sent to out
of town tournaments.
Admission will be 35 cents per
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. But-
tery of Roselle, N.J., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Audrey, to Albert C.
Maslin, grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Kensicki, of Shenandoah,
Miss Buttery, majoring in psy-
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note that attendance is required.
CourseC20, Education has sev-
eral openings for students wish-
ing actual experience working
English 31, Section 17 will meet
MWF at 1 in 260 T C B.
English 85 (One-act Playwrit-
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New Course Offered in Fine
Arts: Fine Arts 9-Introduction to
Far Eastern Art. Three lectures.
Given fall semester; three hours'
credit; MWF,' 10, W." Gal., AMH.
Cox. A survey of the arts of Asia,
including their development, cul-
tural significance, and aesthetic
Physical and Inorganic Chemis-
try Seminar: Wed., Sept. 28, 4:07
p.m., 1300 Chemistry. Drs. K. Fa-
jans and R. W. Parry will report
on the Atlantic City A.C.S. meet-
Spanish 213: First Class Meet-
ing. 102 South Wing, 12 noon
Tues., Sept. 27.
Student Religious Association:
Square Dance Group meet at Lane
Hall at 7. Beginners are welcome.
Lutheran Student Association
Discussion Hour: 7:30 p.m., Stu-
dent Center, 1304 Hill Street. A
study of the teachings of the de-
nominations of the Christian
Church will be led by Dr. Henry
0. Yoder, Pastor for National Lu-
theran Council Students.
I.Z.F.A.: General meeting, 7:45
p.m., Hillel Foundation. Speaker,
Albert Elazar. Everyone welcome.
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