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February 06, 1943 - Image 7

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Saturday, February 6, 1943


Poge Seven

Naked Girls Intimate Facts on Committee Members Borman Asks
Do Too Talk Private Lives Are Revealed by Reporter For Workers
I Pictures Socialite Beet Pickers


Daily Sleuth Listens In On Continued from Page 1
Bedraam Chatter Between rowed with the cares involved in
Varga Girl And Daisy Mae assuming the immense responsi-
bilities of directing THE event of
(By special permission we bring the campus year, you will know it
the following eye-witness account is our two fine leaders, Templin
as seen by a sophomore sleuth ad- and MacRitchie, who are ready for
dicted to day and other types of the rest cure at any minute now.
dreaming.) Yeah, and they ain't all. Jeff
There they were: Betty Petty, Solomon, chairman of the decora-
The Varga Girl, Jane Arden and
Li'l Abner's own honey, Daisy Mae.
They were all in the same room The Book Nook
with one divan, one Mae West bed,
a typewriter and a fireplace.
"I hear," coos Betty as she zips Each year there has been a book
at her zipper, "that some U. of M. column in the J-Hop (oops, sorry,
prof claims the perfect man ista the Victory Ball) extra, and this
more beautiful specimen, artisti-
cally speaking, than the perfect time will be no exception. With Mr.
woman." and Mrs. America spending more;
The Varga Girl is gracing the time at home than anywhere elsej
divan. She raises one lovely naked books are daily coming more into
limb and peeks at her toes. r
"I really don't see how that con- their own.
cerns you," she stabs at Betty. To the average college student
Daisy Mae just looks soulful. She stuck with a date on the second
pokes the logs in the fireplace. night of a two night dance what
But not Arden. She bangs back ain't, books offer amazing possi-
the carriage on her mill, tossed her bilities. Ever popular is Gypsy Rose
gams on the top of the thing and Lee's "G-String Murders." In a
dives right in (conversationally): light, fast moving mystery Miss
"Well, dearies," she gabs, "it has Lee here displays her aesthetic
been my experience that the likes sense and literary talent. Especial-
of you will never see anything that ly recommended for reading on a
resembles the perfectly formed dull Saturday night.
male because all the guys you meet J. Wiesebottom Bluepoint's lat-
are too damn rich to worry about est book, "Murder in Crabtree Cor-
muscle." ners," or the story of what an
"Mebbe tha's right," pipes up amoeba does on his night off, is
Daisy Mae. "Ah thinks my Abner equally as good. The story centers
(gulp) is bee-oo-tiful. He is so around the strange death of J.
strong and powerful-why ah jes' Boffington Brunch. Suspected of
shudders at the thought!" the crime is Queenie, one of the
"Nuts," says The Varga Girl as D.G. chorus girls.
she drops a couple million sex-ergs, Numbered as one of the leading
(the leg), throws her arms over her war stories is A. Paul Froitzboin-
head and just-well-relaxes. der's best seller, "Torrid Togo," the
Betty zips her zipper shut and secret love life of the Japanese
picks up a white telephone from a premier. Facts for this intimate ex-
stand near the Mae West bed. pose were gained by Froitzboinder,
"Mr. Esquire's cute, but he does- well known Far Eastern correspon-
n't pack exactly what you'd call dent for New York's crusading
power," she observes. "Maybe that newspaper, the Daily Worker, from
prof knew what he was talking Lulu Belle, star teaser at the Rink-
about. George always tells me that shaw Club on Tokio's Broadway.
I'm the perfect beauty. Most critics say that the careful
Then she goes on to say that the insight into the character of the
professor says the perfect man's Japanese people displayed in this
qualities of broad shoulders, migh- book will probably serve as a basis
ty biceps, flexing tendons and tap- for post-war peace plans in the
ering body are real beauty. Far East.
"Now you're catching on," says
Jane Arden, woman of the world. ber, Arden goes back to her type-
"Faith, it's wondahful," purrs writer, Daisy Mae begins to cry,
Daisy Mae as the vision of her The Varga Girl arises and begins
colossal Li'l Abner comes again. to dress, and we leave the post at
"Nuts," says The Varga Girl. the key-hole and dash madly for
Whereupon Betty dials a num- a pair of dumbbells.

tions committee, may be seen
hanging precariously from any
beam or rafter as a sort of condi-
tined response or something after
surveying the Sports Building in
such fashion as to visualize the
decorations that might have been
if it weren't for the war. But Jeff
is a little better preserved than
most of the committee members,
due to this factor lightening his
load of care. He will probably be
seen enjoying himself immensely
at the Ball.
An honest man and true, every-
one fervently hopes, is Arnold Ag-
ree, the man who is handling the
finances for the elegant shindig.
Some man he must be too, with a
magnetic personality we guess, see-
ing as how his date travels from
San Francisco for the affair.
If the two Bills, DeCourcy and
Loughborough, are seen boring
their dates with unsubtle harmon-
izing, it is just because their plan
for a special duet was turned down.
But they need some compensation
after working so valiantly ('tis ru-
mored) on the music committee.
Chuck Dotterrer may be seen at
most any hour dazedly walking
around tearing Victory Ball tickets
up and throwing them around with
a harried air while Hilda Johnson,
who worked with Dotterrer on the
ticket committee, smiles sweetly
and says, "Yes, we have no bana-
Shirley Altfeld and Mildred Otto,
the mouthpieces for the Ball, or,
as it were, co-chairmen of the pub-
licity committee, retire quietly into
the corner and rest on their laur-
els, or ...
Jane Pritchard, program chair-
man, cares only for entertaining

o Leave or Sandusky


one happy representative of North- I
western University and Jean Whit-! Continued from Page 1
temore, patrons chairman, is seen
leavng por ed Sarpeholi To provide for the volunteer..'
leavig poor Ted Sharpe holding comfort and to promote greater
up one of the sundry pillars in the efficiency, all student workers
building while she smilingly trips have been asked to bring along
around and exudes charm to all their own tents and bed rolls
the dear patrons. I which will be placed in the beet
Our boy Merv Pregulman did fields amidst the rows of beets.
get to Victory Ball, but he had a The meals will all be furnishe(
little trouble . . . forgot the place for the volunteers by the Thumb
where Victory Ball was to be held. district farmers. A sample menu
Too bad. He was only in charge of which Borman showed Daily re-
planning the use of the Sports. porters yesterday included fried
Building to accommodate the 1,500 sugar beets, boiled sugar beets,
couples, more or less. But don't sugar beet fillet mignon, and sugar
worry, he tackled his work with a beets au gratin.
will 'n junk. Oh well. Borman felt confident of a huge
So what? There are always com- turnout for this project. "Whole
mittee members. Nobody knows beet or none for the Sandusky far-
who they are, but it's a great life mers" was the fighting motto be
if you don't weaken, but who wants gavepto Michigan's war-minded
to be a Hercules? campus. E U E L "
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