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Sec. Two, Page Twelve

Monday, February 11,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daniel A. Schaitberger, Jr., and Shaffer and Jacqueline Bergey, Norman Starr and Anna Muschen- J. Slenglein, Robert F. Timm and
N A M E 5 Ann Stromer, Michael Scherer and Royce Shafter and Joan Hunsick- heim, Mel Stauffer and Mary Pet- Phyllis Frank, Harry H. Timmins
Valerie Cowen, Ira H. Scheinerman er, Leslie J. Shalan and Audrey erson, Chester R. Steffey II and and Carol Leybourn, Gene Tolfree
(Continued from Page 11) and Adrienne Schiefro, Robert Ginness, Tom Shannon and Nancy Donna Low VanLente, Donald and Marjorie Hasty, Lewis Towler
Schuur and Janet Alarie, Donald Henry, Stein and Pat Mahaney, Bob and Marion Vogt, Robert T. Tracy
Austin, Ralph K. Rosenbaum and S. Schmitz and Mary Ann Morris, Larry Sharke and Sue Joseph, Steinberg and Daone Golumbia. and Peggy Bowers, Richard M.
Arline Elconin. Arthur Scheider and Peggy Zager, Jack Sharland and Nancy Bennet, Treckelo and Jo Ann Baltes, Guy
Martin G. Rosenthal and Carol Eli Schoenfield and Nancy Rudel, Lawrence Sharpe and Eleanor William Stemwell and Tam Tribble and Dotty Shaver Richard
Osterseil, Irwin Roth and Isabel Alan T. Schoerger and Lorraine Parkhill, Malcolm Shatz and Su- Sinelnik, Frank W. S'iphenson Trim a n d Kathryn Radovan,
Cohen, William A. Rothman and Gillette, Robert Schrayer and Jan- zanne Heidenheimer, Bill Shaw, and Patt Barnum, Irving Sten, Richard Tromley and Ardith L.
Ralle Ann Kamens, Richard F. et Reinstein, Herbert Schrerman James Shelly and Helen Beers, Mr. Jr. and Barbara Brown. Eilola.
Roti and Dorothy Slaman, Ronnie and Jacqueline Altman. and Mrs. Bob Sheperley, Donald Walter Arden Stewart and Sher-
Rubenstein and Bette Anne Hess, Sherman and Joyce Fausnaugh, ry Winchester, Nelson H. Stone Charles L. Tucker, Jr. and Pa-
Harold Ruemenopp and Mary Ann JACK SCHULTZ and Shie Jerry Sherman and Gayle Greene, and Patricia Oppenheim, T. J. tricia Reive, Edmund Jay Tucker
Trepa, Jim Rupert and Marcia Jyand Phyllis M. Granger, Sherwin
Wildenhain, Ralph R. Hoop and Peck, Bob Schwartz and Leeanor Richard Shick and Maxine Wolfe, Stone and Mary Kay Rogers, Mel- Torkel and Irene Neiwith, John
Donna Skirb, William B. Russell Nuller, Danny Schwartz and Nat Joe Shomsky and Beverly Mason, yin Storm and Susan Scahfer, Bruce Turnbull and Margaret Alin
and Elizabeth Jane Tomchuck. Lisansky, Melvin Schwartz and Jim Shortt and Marlone Anderson, Merle Allen Storr, Jr., and Joyce Meade, Trd'Tylicki and Mary Rose
Mel Sachs and Renie Sherman, Audrey Rosin, Sanford Schwartz Lee Shortt and Beverly Myas, Rood, Connie Stover and Margaret Peterson, d Tyski and Ehe
Paul Sage and Mary Jo McCor- and Maxine Gordon, Norman Scott Jerry Shull and Alfred Shultz and Wappler, Charles Stowe and Sally Cada,
mick, Mitch Sams and Peppi Hi- and Wilma Somervill, Morton Elinor Scroggins, Hansen, Donald B. Straith and ,
chalson, John Sander and Marie Scult and Marlene Shulak, Robert Frank Siden and Harriet Field, Nancy Gillard, Edward M. Strauss DANA UNDER D and Do
Crassen, J a c k Sanderson and C. Searls and Carol Ferris, Donald Al Simms and Mary Simms ,E. and Carol Rothenberg, Henry NA ERy ndeDod
Phyllis Bentley, Ludwig Saskor Seaton and Joan V. Daley. Roger Simon and Betty May Si- t n oan evy, L n p a and Gretchen Hahu, Tom Unger-
and Pat Power, Lowell R. Satin Joel Sebastian a n d Beverly mon, Leonard Simon and Elaine J. Strohuligross and Delores Knet- leider and Dotty Fink, Walter
and Ann Eldridge, Keith Saxton Smith, Aniese Seed and Neysa Im- Rothman, Nemer Simons n d ti a l n Vaclavik and Joan Herrick, Rob
and Margaret Berry, Albert Scac- hof, Jerry Segal and Elaine Pearl- Saura Cumings, Shell Simons and e. ert Van Arsdol vkn an Hrncy Jena,
cia and Beverly Davis, George man, Bill Seiden and Marie Bluon, Elayne Freed, James R. Simonsen Russel Lee Vance and Ann Can-
Scardetta and Shirley Cartier, Joe Seedman and Audrey Okum, and Violet Heintzelman, Sam Sip- ALLEN STUBLRUANN and Lois field, Don Van Dyke and Peg
James W. Schaack and Jane S. Jack Seigle and Sally Fernamberg, orin and Lee Fisher, Joseph N. Strublruann, Don Sullivan and Hamhley, Phil Van Houten a
Fiero, Jerry Schaack and Jean Dave Sellards and Musette Town- Sivo and Susan Verhosen, Mr. and Carol M. Halley, Joseph Sullivan Eleanor Cannon, Neal Vansel
Gregory, Charles W. Schafer and ley, Tom Severance and Judy Mrs. L. Skelly. and Elizabeth Beckwith, Alf Sven- and Helen Virginia Jones, Moa
Marjorie Sisk. Whipple, Blaine H. Seyferth and* - sen and Joyce Ann Lindberg, Rus- Vedder and Lois Holmes, Pe
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schairer, arbara L. Geye14 Donald W. ROBERT SKYE and Marge ty Swaney and Jean Grigware, Vestevich and Beverly Van Cole
Sheperd, Jack Slater and Mary Lawrence Sweet and Jean Carson, Leo Vichales and Eva Salizman
Ann Haviland, Ed Sleder and Sue A. Robert Swimmer and Sheila E. Larry Vickery and Pat Hens
Overbeck, James Slosber and Bar- Frenkol, Ray Symans and Pat George Viscomi and Janet Adler,
bara Hayes, James Smead and Brawn, Chet Szembrski and Joan John Visosk and Barbara Stolt,
Y Thora McLean, Ted Smeckert and Giossaw, Samuel P. Szar and Mar- Neil Vogt and Suzanne Ross, oh
Nancy Lou Wilcox, James F. Smi- jane McLean. Vosburg and Barbara Beebe,
gel and Gloria Dossin, Clarence James Talcott and Christine Dick Wagner and Kitty Graff
%A s >u Smigiel and Betty Ann McKean, Reifel, Richard Tanaka and Bebe them, Charles Wagner and Joyce
E Bill K. Smith and Jean Mumford, Roriuchi, Theodore H. Tapping Wimlr, Robert Wagner and Pe,
Charles M. Smith and Nancy Tay- and Margaret Sposito, John Tay- Schaible, Donald Walker and Ca1-
lor, Dick Smith and Sally Bennet, or and Jean Drevdahl, M. R. Tek olyn Booth, Mickey Walker asid
Dick Smith and Barbara Sta':r, and Gretchen Tek, James Tetre- Carol e ankensteen, Willis,
ttKenneth Smith a n d Patricia ault and Doris Vogtmann, Bruce Wall and Mrs. William W 1,
Monteith, Larry Smith and Bar- Edward Thal and Eleane Sandra George Walters and Mary Nielsen,
bara Wilson, Norman Smith and Levine, Joe Thomas and Sarah Jack Waltz and Caroline Starr,
Mary Jean Monoski, R. Grant Hause, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tom Waltz and Ruth Whaley,
Smith rI Lucile Hodges, Jordan Thomas, Norman Thomas and Frank Wanderski and Joan Wiley,
Snider and Louise Finegold, Dick Jacqueline DeHaas, Pieter Thom- Allen Warheit and Evelyn Mal -
Snyder and Bernadind Rideout. assen and Mary Sue Shoop, Adoul- wista, Jack Warmotts and Janice
Jack Snyder and Shirley Cote, phus Paul Thompson and Barbara Fredrickson, Donald Washer and
D. Bruce Sodee and Mary Muchl- Henry, Charles A. Thompson and Geraldine Glass, John Webster ancd
mann, Norman Sparks and Bar- Lois Sockman. Nancy Thompson, Stephen Weck.
bara Chamberlin, Richard Spero Dave Thompson and Pat Vin- stein and Sandra Ellen Schulman,
and Shirley Rubenstein, Art Stade cent, Dick Thompson and Susie Allan Weinstein and Margaret
and Nan Swinehart, William Stan- Roos, William Thompson and Strauss, Nonny Weinstock and
sell and Mary Menorske, Charles Mary Frakes, Peter B. Thorpe and Carole Grutman, Dave Weismep
Stanulis and Connie Stanulis, Polly Collver, Robert Tiernan and and Ruth Gilbert, Norman Welch
- and Ellen Van de Vusse.
Hugh Wenk and Ellen Loelanit,
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