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February 09, 1953 - Image 20

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Page Eight, Section Two THE MICHIGAN DAILYMonday, February 9 5
A AMaryann Sarnak, Ever Mehted- Jack Mostow and Laur Lee Mich-II
N A M E S basich and Irene Mahler, Dilip elson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mur-
Mehta and Martha Mitchell, Rob- phy, Bob McGrath and Mary
(Continued from Pase 7, Section 2) ert Meisel and Naomi Walton, Sherman.
John Melick and Gloria Anton, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Nabi-
Mahoney and Barabara O'Donnell, Dick Merrill and Kathleen Keely, lette, Bud Nagelvoort and Mar-
Kuldip Maini and Marlies MainiBob Merereau and Muriel Jacob- lene Carder, Jack Nearhoot ang
KudpMiiadMcisMii en, Don Messermith and Connier
George Majoros and Ann Joss Jean Schulz, Norman Neidermeier
Pokela, John Metzger and Betty
James, Dave Maloney and Ann Peterso arrytMichia d and Mary Ann Van Slambrouck,
Rodriguez, Carl Mann and Pat Margaret Karegozian, Joe Middle- Herb Neil and Joan Nelson, Don-
Underwood, Matt Mann and Jane ton and Jean Waidley. ald Nelson and Donna Bracken,
Kohr, Mylan Marko and Krene Basil Nemer and Myrna Eisen,
Clark, Bill Markstrom and Dale Howard Nemerovski and Jackie
Sontag. DUANE MILLER and Enid Kel- and Mary Lou
ly, Dick Miller and Beverly Tyous, Medendorp, Dick Newton and Eve-
Mnerr Mara and nmonGerry Miller and Bonnie Baerg, lyne Newton, Aristedes Nicholas OUT COLD-Daily Managing Editor Merwin Dung, '55 U.S
Hegener, Bob Martin and Betsy Richard Miller and Lenore Orso- a t s, k ua a Ruth Niusma was nonplused at the end of Saturday evening's festivities with
Huette, Conrad Mason and Pat lek, Stanley Millman and Doreen (Continued on Page 9, stion 2) the Brothers; as may be seen, his date got fried.
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