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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, "Februarv 12, 1956

Sunday, February 12,.1956

THE MICHIGAN

D3AILY

Sunday. ebruary-W 1%4- ~~1' lt7 0-,

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THE MiCHIGAN DAILY

NAMES...
(Continued from Page 7)
Jack DeVries and Carol Van Loo,
Mel Devers and Barbara Gerber,
Roger DeVries ,and Norman Van
Tuyl, John Dinah and Grace Kelly,
Jim Dineolo and Janet Golba,
Larry S. Doare and Marcia Strong,
Henry Donald and Sue Mosier,
Hector Donasty and Pat Morney,
Tom Donkin and Donna Forster,
Daxid M. Donley and Joan E.
Kohrman, Chuck Donmeger and
Billie Sue Snyder, Bill Dove and
Nancy Yarnall.
David Dow and Ann Olson,
Steve Dow and Michella Terry,
Anthony Downey and Helen Dow-
ney, Anthony Drabzk, Jr. and

Anna Cantelmo, John Dryden and
Marcia Murphy, Frank Duncan
and Barbara Blackwood, Don Dud-
geon and Loretta Nonnamaker,
Duane Dunlap and Kathy Wilson,
Bob Dunsky and Barbara Peskin,
Gary Dumm and Suzanne Kuiper,
John Dwyer and Marilyn Wood,
Jim Dygert and Christine Nowa-
kowski, Charles Dzymond and
Daisy Sparkman.
Jerry Ebmeyer and Virginia
Elnes, Jan Edick and Gay Mericle,
Tony Efremoff and Carol North,
Kenneth Eiless and Brenda Med-
bach, Mick Eisman and Sandra
Edelman, Larry D. Elliott and
Elaine Dickie.1
Thomas Elliott and Suzanne
Sinclair, James Ellis, Gordan A.
Empson and Joyce Darling, David
Enicott and Mary Morris, Burton

Epstein and Claire Padover, John
Erfurt and Dixie Thompson, Jerry
Estes and Gail Rosere.
* * *
Peter Fahy and......."...,
David Fagerston and Evelyn
Smith, Burt Fainman and Izzy
Lippman, Bruce Fayerweather and
Mary Covine, Tim Felinsky and
$.... James Fenton
and Georgiana Clark, Jack Fill-
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Finger and Meredith Miller, Dick
Fink and Sylvia Zimmerman, Bob
Fick and Barbara Adams.
Jerry Flattand and Helen
Schultz, Edgar Faure and Ana
Pauker, Dave Fleisher and Sue
Steigleder, William Flenniken and
... ,Michael Flynn
and Patti Drake, Jim Foote and
Sally Coon, Melvin Foster and

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Frederick Wm. Heath and Janet
Jordan, Roger Hilbert and Kath-
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Marjorie Mortenson, Dick Homer
and Judy Levin, Jim Hart, Ken
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Gottlieb, James Heier and Kay
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Wolff, Time Janeway and Marge
Blatchley, Jim Janowski and Mary
Jane Shaw, Lloyd Jensen and Mary
Marlin, Bennett Johnson, Bruce
Johnson and Mary Rogan, Harold
Johnson and Wendy Warbasse,
Harvey C. Johnson and Fernie
Joan Dunscombe.
Robert Johnson and Patience
Hervig, Terry Johnson and Jan
Roberts, Paul Jones, Jr. and Su-
zanne Jones, Ronald Jones and
Joanne Ward, Charles Jung and
Sue Arnold, Ken Jones and Susan
(Continued on Page 10)

Holding court in her fur-lined
Administration Building suite, As-
sistant Queen of Women Lessie
yesterday allowed a sleuth to sit
in on her appointment interviews.
All the interviews were between
Queen Lessie and coeds, of vary-
ing circumstances, Whose united
cry was "move us outa 'U' housing
and into apartments!"
The sleuth recorded the day's
affairs as follows:
Nine a.m. Enter crippled coed,
supported by sturdy crutches. Both
her legs were encased in well-
autographed casts. "I'm sick," she
told Queen Lessie with a humble
shrug, "and the Jergens Hall stairs
are just too much for me. Be-
sides," she added, "I've got scurvy.
Please?"
Still Awkward
Miss Lessie advised the girl to
toss her crutches to the winds ani
"develop alittle self-control. And
eat an orange. The trouble with
you kids," she sneered, "is that
.you're still awkward adolescents."
"You're right," the coed laughed.
Breaking into strains of Menotti's
"Look, Mother, I Can Dance," she
cavorted out of the building and
back to her dormitory.
10:17 a.m. Enter oddly-dressed
coed, unusually esthetic in appear-
ance, who announced, "I'm a Bo-
hemian and proud of it.
"Look, Queen," she whined, "El-
lis Lewd Hall is nice and every-
thing, but not for me. I'm pretty
intellectual, you know. Besides,"
she added-and this was her ace
of trumps-"I'm takin' a creative
writing course."'
Seegurr Agrees
Her triumphant gaze was met
by a cold scowl on the visage of
the Queen. "You creative slobs,"
the genial administrator sighed,
"don't you know it's good for you
to learn to dash off your novel-

ettes in a crowd? My friend See-
gurr himself says as much."
The coed left, dismayed, and
hastened to a candlelit meeting of
her radically-inclined confreres.
11:15 a.m. Ented coed literally
in rags. Her seven - year - old
Brownie Scout oxfords were still
sturdy, but lacking their original
shine. A large hole gaped from
her once-alluring transparent lace
blouse, made in Occupied Herze-
govina.
Sort of Poor
"I don't mean to play on your
sympathy or anything," she mur-
mured softly, "but honest, Queen,
I'm sort of poor."
"You mean," the Queen inter-
rupted helpfully, "that your socio-
economic status could be im-
proved?"
"Yeah," the shivering coed ad-
mitted "I'm hungry, too, and
since I can't pay my Burble House
bill, because Papa's quill-pen busi-
ness is failing, I haven't munched
much lately."
"Ah, shucks," the Queen retort-
ed. "Poverty is no excuse. You
need an apartment like I need a
sign-out sheet. Get back to that
dorm and starve, you fool."
Oral Dreams
Her ribs visible, the skeleton-
like student walked dejectedly out,
thinking of the five-cent hamburg-
ers which could be hers if she had4
an apartment.
"Besides," the Queen yelled tri-
umphantly, "you aren't even 21."
2 p.m. Enter matronly coed,
aged 38, stating her class as '59N.
"I know it's silly," she tittered,
"but I'd just love to get out of
Stuggle Hall. My 17-year-old.
roommates are super, and we have
a whale of a lot of fun exchanging
girlish confidences, but the men
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