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February 10, 1940 - Image 2

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Pag e Two


Saturday, February 10, 1940

Read 'Em And Weep, Guys-$5.50 Per

To Say Nothing Of Meals, Taxis,
Shows, Etc. Well, So You
Won't Eat For Three Weeks.
Irene Cook, Niles; Ruth Ballard,I
Niles; Bobbie Gnerich, '40; Mary
Jane Dyble, Detroit; Doris Marty' SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1940 and E's are to be regarded as A's and'
43; Marjorie Green, 43; Betty Lou VOL. Z. No. 0 will be credited as such.
Robinson, '40; Mary Hemstreet, Sagi- Da fSuet-
Dean of Studlents.
naw. Notices ----- I
BtyCahours, Ypsilanti; MaryNo ce
McKie, '42; Dorothy Skau, Ann Faculty, School of Education: Will Academic Notices
Arbor; Kay Rehbein, Detroit; Ruth hold a general meeting tomorrow for All Classes in the Literature, For-
Capron, '41; Anne Truitt, Detroit; the discussion of what pipes to offer estry, Dentistry, Law, Education and
Audrey Deeks, Detroit; Betty Burgess, next semester. Engineering schools will be canceLled
Detroit; Carolyn Niles, '40; Shirley for the remainder of the semester,
McKay, Detroit. Faculty, College of Literature, Sci- except for the courses listed below
Margaret Ross, Ann Arbor; Ella ence and the Arts: Will hold a gen- which replace them:
Stowe, '40; Anne Belshaw, '43; Viola eral meeting to discuss what pipes Swing music 31, (includes truck-
Hughes, Detroit; Barbara Elmers, to offer next semester. in', jivin', etc.)
Pleasant Ridge; Georgianna Clark, Enjoyment of Motion Pictures 63.
Ann Arbor; Elizabeth Abbott, Albi- Faculty, College of Engieering: Geology 11.
on; Marallyn MacRitchie, '43; Dor- Will not meet. Shave and Haircut 25c.
othy Becker, Ann Arbor. Necking 1.
Alpha Chi Sigma Student Loan Committee: Will dis- Necking 2.
Jeanne Hitt, Pittsburgh, Pa; Vir- tribute loans to anyone who is be- (Now you teach us).
hind on his bills, etc. No co-signers, Enjoyment of Leisure 52.
endorsers, or anything. Sex 98.
Sex 99.
Women Students now living in fra. Bingo!
ternity houses are reminded that Hedy Lamarr.


-with electric fans- will feature
the novelty entitled, "El Rancho
Nude," direct from the California
International Exposition.


they should register any change in
residence for the second semester Aero. 963, Rocketship Constrnc-
at the office of the Dean of Men. tion will initiate its first flight to the
moon on Wednesday.

All Students, Registration far S(c-
/ ®ond Semester will not be held.. Re- Professor Hacklebarney's Class in
j ~, funds will be given for tuition money. fiddle-stuffing will not meet (oda,
// Since credit for all courses will be as previously announced, but will
* 9 , given without compulsion on the meet yesterday instead.
part of the students, it will be un-
necessary to charge for tuition. So
come and get it. Concert.
Choral Union Concert Series: Tom-
Notice To Men Students: For the my Dorsey and Ted Fio Rito will be
information of men students living faue ntesvnhCnett-
featured in the seventh Conceit te-
in approved rooming houses, rent for night at the Intramural Building.
the coming semester should inelude
Ginger Ale? liquid refreshments. The Concert, featuring Guy Lum
The Dean of Students Announces bago and his Royal Backaches, has
ginia Radcliffe, Detroit; Charlotte that hereafter all incompletes, D's been indefinitely cancelled.
M. Wagner, Sand Lake; Kathleen --- - -_ -- _---
Clark, Ann Arbor; Rhoma Heal, '42. >-X00 0>O O
Alpha Kappa Kappa0
Pauline Griffin, '41.
Alpha Kappa Lambdai
Audrey Barrensen, '42, Betty Not- 0
ley,urySresn'2"BtNo-V R- f r Ann Arbor; Mary Frances Reek,
'40; Dotty Hildinger, Ann Arbor; Vie- ,.
via Hoelscher, '40; Francille Martin, '
'42; Barbara Cook, Monroe; Mary O DAN To MIDNIGHT, and later, pretty girls aready
Martin, Detroit; Marion Jones, De- p are humming a Spring tune of clothes for favorite campus spots.
Ruth Barber, '41; Virginia Barber, The bright notes are casual classics, more pastel than ever ...chan- j
Detroit; Gladys Hunt, Detroit; Lois brays that rate first love when it
Cook, Ypsilanti; Marjorie Edwards, bry i.crc is oeshni
Detroit; Mrs. Ernest Jones, Detroit; o icomes to cotton . . . coats of soft
Barbara Fairbairn, '42. camel hair and sportsy tweeds.
Alpha Omega
Melva Byer, '42; Judy Victor, '41;
Mrs. David Schumansky, Detroit;
Jane Schkloven, Detroit. For moments with orchestral ac- ,
Alpha Rho Chi companiment, the Spring song
Maxine Cousins, '43; Mary Stoner,
Monroe; Florence Jaaksi, '42; Vir- goes on with gay posy prints ...
ginia Phelps, '42; Esther Hoag, Buf- dresses with their own special
falo, N.Y.; B. J. Kirby, E. Aurora, o
N.Y.; Marion Powless, '41; Mary jackets . . . trim suits to wear
Coultrap, Toledo, Ohio; Helen May- with pretty hats.
her, Detroit; Ruby Trudeau, '43;
Willie Simpson, '43; Roberta Buller, (
Battle Creek; Maryjane Killean, '40; \V\F'F l
Alpha Kappa Psi O
Evelyn Dobinson, Cleveland, O.;
Ann Colter, Fredonia, N.Y.; Frances
Hayward, Fredonia, N.Y.; Betty Mer-
rill, '43; Gwendolyn L. Fossum, '40; ^ G 0 0 D Y L R LR'
Edith Newberg, Detroit; Bessie Tre-
(Continued on Page 3) 0::=:::o<-<><>o <=0<>o0 00 000 0

L 1J V L.LJLJ Today's Events
Varsity Glee Club will celebrate "A
Century of Glee" in a tremendous
pageant tonight at the Yost Field
House. All members, their children
Exhibits of the University's re- and grandchildren, are welcome.
searches in Berlin, Germany, on the
moustache-clearance project will be The Art Cinema League will pre-
lield in Hagen's basement. sent a showing of "Ectacy" with
__ Hedy Lamarr tonight. Free dishes,
Exhibition of Drawings by George beano, keeno, screeno, bingo, pingo,
Petty will be held in the men's loungelotto and blotto at late show.
f the Union, 1 to 3 a.m. Who nose what's going on at the
International Scenter?
Lectures 1
University Lecture: Dr. J. Under- Coming Events
slung Trestle, exchange professor 0pen House all day tomorrow at
from the Savoy Ballroom, will lecture the Romance Language Building,
'on "The effect of Vitamin Z -3, or'teRmneLnug ulig
Sng Music Upon thieLow-Pri-Free demonstrations in the language
mates when Observed Through the of romance.
Stroboscope." Refreshments, con- Ancient History Seminar tomor-
sisting of whisky and soda, will beAeetHsoySmnrtmr
served to ease the shock. 'l row will feature discussion of the
The Fourth In the Oratorical Series: Michigan Dames are willing to meet
a lecture and demonstration of mod- Michigan guys at the library to-
ern dancing by Madame Sally Rand night or any night.
The ''TAYOFF "
is next on the social calendar
-- and SPORTS TOGS are the
order of the evening.
Our New McMurray Skirts
are made for you girls who
crowd a lifetime in 24 hours
and remain poised, fresh, and
SKIRTs snug at the waist as
new paint, flaring to the most
ardent "Swingster's" delight.
Pink Mist, Blue Haze, Foam
Green are only hints at the
galaxy of heavenly shades.
New Cardigans and slipovers
perfectly matched.
Skirts and cardigans from
3.95 each.
(Add one of those new
sweater necklaces and you'll
have every smooth man on
the campus dogging your
iiihe Cii tzat4e/I§Li/on

For the New Semester-
It pays to trade at
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