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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1949-
BRIAN DUFF SAYS:
Gargoyle Goes On Sale
Despite Santa's Threat

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Symbols of 'March of Dines' Polio Campaign

P'AGE'

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Despite a written threat from
Santa Claus saying he wouldn't
dare show up in Ann Arbor during
Christmas if this month's Gar-
goyle was published, Brian Duff,
editor of the campus funny book,
coolly announced that the Garg
would go on sale today as adver-
tised.
"Santa Claus' fears," said ,Duff,
"arise from the reports of his past
yuletide frolics and his plans for
the future in Ann Arbor which ap-
pear in the Gargoyle's present is-
sue."
* * *
"WE'VE DONE some pretty ex-
tensive research," added Duff,
"and we've come up with some
very illuminating facts about San-
ta's supposedly pristine activities."

"Here's what Santa himself
wrote us," stated Duff,
"If the East Quadders, DKE'S,
Stockwellites and Phi Gams, along
with several other campus organi-
zations and University officials,
should read in the Gargoyle about
the tricks I've played on-them in
the past or planned to pull this
year, they would be mad enough
Jo lynch me.
* *, *
"DICK RIFENBURG, President
Ruthven and Brandy, the DU St.
Bernard," wrote the rotund old
elf, "would probably lead the at-
tack."
Duff nevertheless hastened to
reassure the public that Santa
would show here Christmas in
spite of himself.

LIQUIDATION SALE ENDS DEC. 18th
i Fine ORIENTAL RUGS Larg$14
GiRugs $14 up
You Save 30% to 40%
This Christmas give your home and dear ones the rich and losting
beauty of an Oriental Rug
N. L. Mafngoufni 334 S. 4th Aye. - Phone 6878
Famous Personage, S. CLAUS, says,
"When traveling, I always carry
TRAVELER'S CHECKS."
ANN ARBOR BANK
Main and Huron Sts.
South State at Nickels Arcade 1108 South University
4 2 4

Make
F LLEIT 'S
You Christmas Shopping
lead quarters
for"
GIFTS, CARDS, and WRAPPINGS
State Street at North U.
The SILVER and GOLD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER

-Daily-Barney Laschever
ANN ARBOR SYMBOL-Jackie Warner, 11 year old polio victim, NATIONAL SYMBOL-Eight year old Wanda Wiley walks with
represents the people in Ann Arbor who could be helped by the her pet dog 18 months after she was completely paralyzed by in-
March of Dimes campaign. Jackie, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Inslee fantile paralysis. The Austin, Tex., girl has been chosen as the
Warner of 401 Mosley, has been in University Hospital since Aug- 1950 March of Dimes poster girl. Her picture will spearhead the
ust 22. After spending some time in an iron lung and receiving annual drive of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis,
physical therapy at the Hospital he is ready to leave for home. which is scheduled to begin Jan. 16.
* V* * * * * * * * *

Daily Chooses Boy To Represent Polio Victims

Hre Wet Go Acomn -.- .

Editors, Business Managers
Selected F"

Meeting the gang to discuss a quiz--a date with the
campus queen-or just killing time between classes
-Owen's Sandwich Shop at the University of Colo-
rado in Boulder is one of the favorite places for a
rendezvous. At the Owen's Sandwich Shop, as in
college off-campus haunts everywhere, a frosty bottle
of Coca-Cola is always on hand for the pause that
refreshes-Coke belongs. --_

By DOLORES LASCHEVER
Little Jack Warner, 11-year-old
polio victim, thinks the March of
Dimes is "just fine".
Jackie is an example of the
thousands of children throughout
the nation who contractathe dread
disease each year and are helped
by the March of Dimes campaign.
* *, *
IN LINE with the annual tradi-
tion of the National Foundation
for Infantile Paralysis, The Daily
has chosen the little boy to re-
present the persons in Ann Arbor
who could be aided by the annual
Drive.
The National Foundation re-
cently named eight-year-old
Wanda Wiley, Austin, Tex., to
be its 1950 March of Dimes pos-
ter girl.
The wistful face of the little
Texas girl soon will become one of
the most familiar in the nation.
* * *
HER PICTURE will appear on
posters, coin cards and collection
cans throughout the Drive, begin-
ning, Jan. 16 and ending Jan. 31,
the birthday of its founder, the
late President Roosevelt.
Like Wanda, who 18 months ago
lay on her back almost completely
paralyzed, Jackie Warner symbo-
lizes the thousands of polio victims
throughout the nation.
Seminar To Hear
Georgian Speak
Peyton Jacob, president emeri-
tus of Georgia Southwestern Jun-
ior College, will discuss "The Jun-
ior College Movement" at 7 p.m.
today in Rm. 110 of the General
Library.
The talk will be given before a
regular meeting of a graduate
seminar in higher education and is
open to the public.

Jack, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Inslee Warner of 401 Mosley, has
been in University Hospital since
August 22 when he was stricken
with the disease which claims
thousands of children yearly.
HE SPENT the first part of his
stay at the Hospital in an iron
lung. With aid from the National
Foundation of Infantile Paralysis
he can now move around with the

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aid of crutches and a
right leg.

He expects to leave the Hos-
pital "in a few days in time to
spend Christmas with my three
brothers and three sisters."
Basil O'Connor, president of the
National Foundation, has pointed
out that the forthcoming drive
will be the most urgent in the or-
ganization's 12 years "coming in
the wake of the severest polio epi-
demic in our history."

brace on his

We wish a
MERRY CHRISTMAS 3
and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR U
STAEBLER BEAUTY SHOP
601 EAST LIBERTY

starred fr Christmas!
HELENA RUBINSTEIN

Owen's Sandwich Shop, Boulder, Col.
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
ANN ARBOR COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
© 1949, The Coca-Cola Company

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