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February 06, 1943 - Image 11

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Saturday, February 6, 1943


Page Eleven

SatudayFebrary6, 143 TE MIHIGN DALY Pge Eeat

Simple Steps The World's First Hep Cat
D aity fficia l3B l l To A rrive A t When it comes to saints. too but there is quite a yarn about t
much is being said these days fellow in an old Roman pubbes
about a certain one named St. Val-i " ..
VctoryeBaII entine. And it's only right, be- tion " Bramus Seltzus, whih
Continued from Page 10 competition. Gee, what'll it be like cause this is the only time of year well known to Victory Ballers.
next year, kid? that he's mentioned at all. But Now Vitus was an unusual kio .
not put in his regular semi-month- * * ' I deal, Time-Proven Ways we'll be willing to bet that not one Thats why he didn't live very Ion.
ly appearance. The Deke Study Club will hold Of Preparing For Dances person in Ann Arbor, whether he Died at the age of 20. He began t
In his place Errol Flynn has been open house tomorrow for all pros- went to Victory Ball or to an ex- show signs of his dancing ability
secured. WHOOGOOPS, Matilda, pective pledges and rushees. Bring itemized For Student Use clusive dance, has given even a I at the age of 18 months, when 1t,
WHOOOOOOOGOPS !!! your own tea chums. minute's thought to the guy who kicked the slats out of his cradle
Here, in eight simple steps, is really made dancing what it is to- laughing at the joke that was t,
University Lecture: Prof. C. Ar- Orientation Advisors will look to the ideal and time-proven way in day. Of course, the reference is to page 23 of last month's Garg. From
chibald Dexter Hckilowjakoplinj- the East tomorrow. which to get ready for the BIG St. Vitus, patron saint of the thcn on, he concentrated on hi;4
serwtybcxbia of the classical arch- :" :%Dance of the year-namely J-Hop, dance. So now you know. footwork. By the time he was
aeology department will speak on The A.I.Ch.E. will meet P.D.Q. at Senior Ball or Victory Ball or According to the latest encyclo- twelve, he had performed in ama;'
"The Bitter Tea of Mr. P.," which 7 p.m. T.Th.S. to discuss the N.R. whatever you think is easiest to pedias, the only informative sour- teur shows, Sunday-school picnics,
is vicariously known under the title A., the A.A.A., the A.I.E.E., R.S.V. call it. ces that bother with such trivia, beer palaces, and in the moviea
of "The Sex Life of an Egyptian P., R.F.D., and F.D.R. 1. First difficulty encountered is Vitus lived during the Roman peri- In short, he was terrific. But .0;
Sword Swallower." Illustrative getting a date. There are several od. didn't last long. Styles in musio
slides and actually blunted swords The Karl Marx Society will hold ways to do this. (a.) Become a That's all the encyclopedias say, were changing in those days t oo1
will be shown. Also, bank night to- its annual meeting tomorrow in member of the committee and pro-
night! And three jars of cookies the women's lounge of Angell Hall. cure a partner with the promise of
will be raffled away, Topic of discussion will be "The a free ticket. (b.) Invite a man
Bitter Tea of Mr. P.,' or "Why from home to meet your"scrump-
Dragons Die at Sundown." tious" roommate and then snag
Exhibitions T y * * him for yourself. (He won't want
e The Daily wants a columnist. to-have made the'trip in vain.)
Jane Russell, in the lobby of the Damnit, why don't you try out? (c.) Go out on the nearest street
Architectural School,. }
Submit three sample columns and corner and tackle the first passer-w"'
a case of All-Bran. Join the Regu- by.
Hars. Republicans need not apply. 2. Beg, borrow or steal a car forLear at:
library. * * the date or arrange to quadruple-
The Sekrets of Seeks: Discussion date with someone who has one. Life is really exciting! I've been on
Scury, at te ofices o e next week. Daringly revealed. Away 3. Smooth over relations with a r
Michigan Daily with false modesty! At last a am- all your friends in hopes of being other o shopping sprees at The
** *aous doctor will tell all, in frank, invited to a breakfast. Kay-Jay Shop. They have the most
Coming Events daring language. Here is a list of 4. Spend the morning of the big luscious sweater and skirt combina-
topics: event in preparation-washing the tions that you can inmagine. And
TEH Mchigan Daily wll isposnor The Bees and the Birds hair and cutting all morning clas-
a class inproof reddign next Wdne- The Bees and the Birds ses if necessary. )ewelry - Oh, I wish you could be
sday. The Bees and the Birds 5. Dash around all afternoon to here to see mne in my new vress-ip
* The Bees and the Birds get last minute doo-dads, and then outfit,
The Girls Dormitory Council will * * * back home for a little beauty sleep. Y
hold an open house tomorrow to The Michigan Society for the 6. Spend the time after dinner Just wait till you come up to Victory
discuss the draft. Prevention of Children will close fixing your fingernails and bar- Ball and see my new K y-Jay dress.
*f*B-its doors for good tomorrow. Vic- rowing your roomma t e's clips,
The Michigan Dames are staying tory Ball was the last straw, stockings and evening wrap, Lore
home this week-end. Too much -0. Howe Steryle, Pres. 7. When your date arrives, jump
in the tub and start to get dressed.
8. Hours later, (just so he won't 1 a
think you have been anxiously
waiting) put in your appearance
with'a "Darling, have you kept the
taxi waiting long?" I
What s Rayon Stockings Dear Jo,
Just woke up-what a week-
Mean to You end! Feet tired-head aches,
but the 1943 Victory Ball at the
U. of M. was wonderful. Got a
fraternity pin-value for value
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f t
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