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February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…'I0, Kr ia lai-lit Nil-okY Toga 4-'uAae ° VOL. LIII No. 101 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEB. 8, 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS Sustained Raids Demolish French Ports _,,--A Stimson Endorses Bill for Direct A Manpower Control Measure -Provides for Compulsory Transfer of Essential War Workers To Solve Labor Shortage Problem .. By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.- Reporting "increasing evidence of the inade- quacy of present cont...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

… CONTINUED Li COLD See Page 4 Sir 1 rn *4 a t [A CLOUDY LIGHT SNOW Latest Deadline in the State 4nINIINMNO11 IyN II I I MI III I MINtII 1 M IN 1 VOL. LIX, No. 85 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDIAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1949 PRICE FIVE Five Minute Stall Brings 'M'CageWin Control Ball Beat Badgers,_40-38 By SY SONKIN For five minutes last night, Michigan's cagers played "cat- and-mouse" with Wisconsin at Yost Field House, and eked out a 40-33 verd...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

….: J-R.U. jP is siiai I V .l .,. R KY 7 AND 8, 1947 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 20 PAGES m ctures of Gala unior Hp old to Aid arch of Dimes 18 H Op' ds Chapter Vivid Past stor Reveals ~shes, Success ht's -Hop adds another chapter "a turbulent history that already in a near .tragedy, brilliant s and a double dance held different cities.. at the very first facul name was changed to "So- ['whennine secret socie- ndertook all responsibility...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

… ~ _ ', ° 41P .4titr t an it Weather Cloudy VOL. LIV No. 74 ANN ARBOR, MIC1mOAN, TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS a Reds Trap 75,000 azis in Dnieper Area MESA Dispute Ends; 25,000 Back at Work 4-Day Dispute in War Plants Is Temporarily Terminated Resolution Is Adopted To Allow Union To Use Full Economic Strength To Defend Interests By The Associated Press CLEVELAND, Feb. 7.-The National Administrative Committee of the Mecha...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

…1yy}iAy A cir *irm 4ir t WE.ATER Saw ku-Wie t~~Ending Thniisday z cder Frsh VOL. LV, No. 79 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS ilg Three Meet To Mold 'SecUtre Peace' * * * * * * * * * * * * * * State House Calls for'Public 'U' Regent Mee tings Legislator Objects To Closed Sessions 1t 1, - I Fl Daily Barred Under 'Secrecy' in 1912 Long standing objections to the secret nature of meeting...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

…CONGRESS CABINET See Page 4 ihrt x I aitij CLOUE, W ARMER. VOL. LVI, No. 72 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ruthven Requests Funds in Behalf of Veterans Is Passeb Hos Large Majority Approves Measure; Strong Opposition in Senate Expected By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. '7-Strike control legislation going far beyond what President Truman requested won smashing House approval today, but opponent...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…KAGE TWO THE IIIIGAN DAILY SU D:.I , ctft. 2§, 1643 __ Y _T O _ _AVv. ._ _ T__ keuther Asks Farm Shifts Proposes Tiransfers io roductive Areas Highlights On Campus ... CIO Increase In Dues Urged' Addes Gives Su estion At the Michigan .. . P RE '/I iW At the State ... BUFFALO, N.Y., Feb. 27.- ()- Walter P. Reuther, vice-president of th'e CIO United Automobile Workers, in a three-point programi to increase food production, urged toda...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

…* Th MIA~iAN DAILYV WEATHERMAN EVEN COOPERATES: I Winter Carnival H1ailed as Olaiidiig Su~ceeSSI Last week's below freezV~i tem- peratures brought a warm re- sponse from Winter Carnival com. - mittee members. Pat McKenna, general co-chair- man, Nancy Culligan and Marilyn Jones, publicity, agreed that even the weatherman cooperated to make the winter sports frolic a, success. "LOAFER'S LOFT," the Carni- val dance, was a sell-out, they re- /...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…Engineering Student Goes To theDogs Taxi Shortage Gives Ooo Tough Sledding The Dean of Student's office an- nounced today that, "Students need not register dog-sleds or ob- tain special licenses for them from the University." This action was prompted by the case of Ooo Goo, a transfer student from the University of Alaska at Sitka'. Ooo was plan- ning to attend the Friday night session of the J-Hop. In keeping with the tradition established in...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…FAG'TWo World Prayer Giveii Sunday hi ier-Guild Program Will Be Presented in Congregational Church University students and servicemen will have an opportunity to unite with Christians all over the world when they meet at 8 p.m. Sunday in the First Congregational Church for the annual World Day of Prayer serv- ice. Sponsored by Inter-Guild, an organ- ization of local Protestant student groups, this service will emphasize the unity of students a...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FEB. 8, 1.945. PAGE TWO ,TIWRSDAY, VEB. 8, 194~. U Candidates for L Offices Announce Senior Class Elections Will Be Held Friday Editor's Note: Printed below are state- ments solicited by the Men's Judiciary Council to give adequate publicity to the literary college election tomorrow. Each statement was written expressly for this purpose by the candidates. Robert C. Acton ... I, Robert C. Acton, feel qualified ...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

…TWO .. .HE MTCHaTaa.Ee s vrAN vrDaaya ,..IDA. iy.. ,.~es..vARY . Th44z Truman Calls Pauley Honest Man; Plan for Million Houses Discussed K'-- President Refuse NavyAppotm By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 7-President Truman today solidly backed Edwin W. Pauley over the criticism of Sec- retary Ickes, and said he would not withdraw Pauley's nomination to be Undersecretary of the Navy. The President told his news con- erence that Pa...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, FE ID28,1 9PTHE MICHuGAN DAILY PAGE TnREi a s i a Y 11 1 L PAGE Tflft1~k Michigan Upholds Chicago's Losing Streak in 67-33 Win +% Varsity Sextet Loses to Illinois, 4-0 i Mandler, Doyle Lead Scoring In Varsity's Rout of Maroons' Ellman, Maroon Guard, Steals Show from Wolverine Duo, Although Outscored Loud Stars inl Nets, But Illinois Forward Line Proves Too Fast TAKING IT EASY Secial to The Dail CHAMPAIGN, Feb. 27. - Ca...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…DA .VEMflUAILY 9 1940 T E MdIA~AL - " iNC)EI;I BILITY TJROIBLF; Oadger Wvvin Runs Cage Streak to Five l' a tr etL rile Toiiorro TteHopes ''t Look Ietter AsHIlUM, Gophers Lose Any hopes that Michigan might repeat as Conference cage chain- ions looked pretty dimn as they entered thc between-scemester cornl- petition, but the unpredictable god of basketball took things in hand and righlt about now almost, anlything could happen. Micigwan racked...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…1flation Hits Local Co-eds intBad Way gan coeds may have fallen managed to keep their svelte waist Expanding hips wouldn't neces- the peculiar post-war i- lines, but fitting the buxom mod- sarily be due to a growth of fatty that has added two inches ern misses into girdles of pre-war tissue according to this doctor. average hip measurement measurements is becoming a realt .'oh c 1 to junior misses all over tussle. It might mean development of ...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

… its, -~ t JIlL i~dICi-tiGAN DAILA Michigan Swimmiwg Team i Leads ~~~0 Ten inI 4'. _______________________________________________________________________ ankmen Face Northwestern. Here Saturday Wolverines Bid for Fourth Conference Triumph of Season By JIM LEWY By defeating Ohio State Saturday,' the University of Michigan swimmers proved that they will be the logical favorites to recapture the Conference title which they lost to the...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 3

…'TR't1 ,SDAV, 1945 T HE I C 16 A NE MICHIIN DAILY i°,:ts : 'i sii;i:i' Cage Squad To Meet Northwes tern, IJtakinf the bun it4 By HANK MANTHO Daily Sports Editor THE UNIVERSITY of California at Los Angeles is trying desperately to get a new head football coach, and it is rumored that the main person in whom they are interested is Harry Stuldreher, one of the famous "Four tHorsemen," and now head football coach at Wisconsin University. ...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

…-'~f Ti F M+C. I_(7 iVN P7VaY P:A(x E TUiUiE Swimmers, Pucksters To See Action Here o da -; Natators Are Favored in Meet Michigan State With Wayne University Squad Relays Slated For Tomorrow H oopsters Seek Second Victory Against Illinois Wolverines Out To End Toronto Winn ing Streak By CLARK BAKER Michigan's swimming team, winner in its last four engagements, will go after number five against Wayne University's natators in an exhi...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…PAG-E F Fai THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~S~hhi. fE Fifty-Third Year Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Member of The Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication o...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 4

…__ __ o d II i{itore yjote DAILY OFHICIAL BIT llETINJ fI( COlta WAR, it seems, has been en- tering a new phase lately with the par- ticipants harking and growling over defense pacts. Latest development in this new game is Russia's offer of a non-war pact with Norway, who in turn has sent her for- eign mias(er, altvard Laun', to the United States to se* if he can be admitted to th _ proposed North Atlantic Defense Pact- 1 she uiakvs the gra...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…a Grad School I'D RATHER BE DEAD: Implicit Observations PARIS-Anuouncement by the pressing for years for the aboli- Chamber of Deputies here last tion of both soot and snow. This week that French railways will citizens' league was headed by one leave from two to three minutes of the clerks in the Post Office (Paris time) ahead of schedule in who symbolized for me the acme order to speed up the solution to of the American Jeffersonian han- the ...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…PAGE r OURt THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. RIM S. 2944 .. _ . :______________.... TuESDAY.. FEfl.. R. I!44 -- -V -, -- - - -V.- Fifty-Fourth Year I'd Rather Be Right By SAMUEL GRATrON Edited and managed by students of the University of Michiganu nder the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon- day and Tuesday during th...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 4

…PAGE TODU THE MICRIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1945 I I - Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: U.S. Organization Aims Stopped 7# _-~ II, - . . . x na- - -- - - Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Stan _Wallace Lay Dixon Hank Mantho Dave Loewen berg Mavis Kennedy Editorial Staff . . . . * Managing Editor * . . . City E...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 4

…_ ! i _ 111 _ 1,' ,_ .-.-.rai, a , a . u aFR a h a . I~sEaa-vtaa.4 ay 1R STJDENT GOVERNMENT: Congress-Cabinet E xplained W HAT PRICE education as a tool if you don't use it! A college education can't be rushed. Basic principles and technical information have to be digested slowly and thoroughly, for the foun- dation of a house must be solid or the roof will cave in! College isn't like the army; when you have your "points," they discharg...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 5

…DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN THDE MTHCII I N ) 1 s ,a-~.--.- i . 1a I.. Aar"1-YI 1 AFSt s a .RB rw." ayst hihelieniic Highest House Will Be Given T() I ci Banquet Next Monday Sororities Pledge 167 Women in Spring Rushing (Continued from Page 4) Expedition to North Africa in 1925. Tunis, Medjez-el-Bab, Tozeur, Tebessa, Sfax, Matmata country. Exhibition under the auspices of the In- stitute of Fine Arts: Metal Work from Is- lamic countrie...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 5

…T V, F FR RUUR Y 8 9 'LIEt. i i~~GA 1i1A1L1. Registrcation for Sorority Rlushing' To -)Be Held cit Lecague Tomorrow' ]eit ta i>;rlin fur all wle Whoi plan to 1'I this seme:-ter will bet held from f m o 10 p.m. to- mnorroW' in i h <w l bAihooni. Ihe[ reisra ifle ill be one brang 1 1:i ci itl: Hw (MI, ofan Student At is I1 1I itw 1w,, (,("11- THE RLLES by whiieh eligibil- % ity for rushinlg is determrrined are by adlviceeof Health Service o...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

…ere Are 1 ne 3nop Lneups W000 Benson Jaffee, Cleveland Heights, William R. Waterbury, Detroit; George H.Wahle,Jr., Boise. Idaho; Gerry Chynoweth, Laurium, and Harriet Boden, Indiana, Pa., and Jacqueline Carl. Ann Arbor, and Carolyn Chandler, Sylvania, 0., Paul T. DeWitt, Fremont; Betty Donald R. Wood, Detroit. Paul H. Dow. Ann Arbor; Barbara and Jack Harrigan, Detroit; Vi- Clark. Detroit, and Thomas _V. dInJean Borden, Buffalo, N.Y., and Allen...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

…'T J D Y;,, 3. , 19 THL MICH-IfVAN hAMYN-- . ~~ - -. a~ PAGE FIVE " ..,a RAG ..E aF l R/ W..to Al-f , liila. 7 Servicemen s Colleges To Be Honored at V-Ball March 3 Coeds Receive Appointments To Committee Dorothy DeVries Is Named Chairman of Independent's Assembly Recognition Night Dorothy- DeVries, '44, of Martha .Cook, was yesterday named general chairman of Recognition Night, which will replace the traditional Assembly Banqu...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, RFB. 8, 1905 Z. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1, if f1 .V ~ kL .7U~I .P.) 1L 1 lp A4"Ir ?v A. 'A'A. FA. A J l -'A ~ TbA [X £ "AUL g ',c'- u Annual Paul Bunyan 'FormaI' To Be Held in Rainbow Room Bill Layton's Band I sonvolunteered some correctinf To Furnish Music mtion about Babe's dimensions. s"It is known" he said "that it t Final plans are now being made by an eagle seven moulting seasons the Forestry Club for their annual fly from one tip...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 5

…- ~-. TIlE MICHIGAN IIAILY I II Paul Bunyan To Be Honored Guest at Annual Dance Today Forestry C lub Will Present Skit at Affair v F or Volun~teers Coeds Donate League Room Will Be Open Fridays; To U NO D r iveI Coeds May Join Social Committee : - Bill Layton To Provide Music In recognition of outstanding vol- unteer workers, the Ann Arbor USO For Traditional Campus Event; .will close with a farewell tea and open Students To Don ...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

…SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUND I, EED. ')s, 1943 ---------- . .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. Petitioning for Top Show 3 '4 sse mbly Wf4 Offices To Ticket Sales Top-Hot To For Slide Rule Ball To Begin Tickets for the annual Slide Rule Ball will be on sale for engineers only from 10 a.m. to 12 and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week on the second floor over the West Engineering Arch and the first fl...…

February 08, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

…THE TFIICTGA'N P1A' TTSflAT, IVES IN IRON LUNG: h.D sFea tives A rtist's Case 11yv DON KOTITJ!F lHav,,e yol] ever\Vonderecdwh I it was like to dcnd on an iroli lung for ever-ything you dog--o"een breathing life-giving irir? Roger UclielnbP(-k, former IVni- versity art plrofessor, is among, thtose Who0 tholugi lioityelitJ5sa remote disease,,, ont which at- t'ck('d onlly ol.}rs. 1Rcec~;nt nLvW- goers 1haIve seer n frL (nS1Y ~hovr, tha',tlwt...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… U I I TONS and TONS OF AND HARD-TO-FHND For Lit, Math, Economics, Political Science, History, Engineering, Architecture, All Languages In Fact FOR EVERY COURSE ON THE CAMPUS i . \ \\ , : \\ VETS Don't be days without that hard-to-find text book Bring us your Chit... Bet we have the book! - ULRICH'S - ENGINEERS Ulrich's is -Ieadquarters for Engineering Books and Supplies THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE - ULRICH'S - :.:. WAR SURPL...…

February 08, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

… a lt < , ! (: ,. _ 1) i 'Y V7 I Sein figres 09 for O strich es!. .. . . . . . . . . S S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I R , 0' I 0 Jrhotos By U. S. Army Signal Corp. t In the Sicilian campaign, part of Our ,.i4F.~ employed -were as follows: " We lost 8% of our medium tanks. * We lost nearly half of our 57-mmni. guns. o We lost 331/3% of our 75-mmu. gun carriages. *We lost 22%0 of our 105-mm. howitzer carriages. * We lost 54% of our 37-mm. gun...…

February 08, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

…r ~ 1 FACE ""J: THE MICHIGAN DAILY TI1L~t~TAVFEB. 8f, 14 r c I a \ a _ _ '\ No F 'I', t j E T - P R o P E L L E 0 F I C H T E R .P L A N E-The Bell P-59 (above) is the first of the USAAF jet-propelled fighter planes. This narticular shin set down at the Great Falls. Mont.. Army air base for cold weather testing operations. C :. Michigan Cities Bid for State Financial HepE Approach Legislature For Revenue Relief By The Associa...…

February 08, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

…FAE~XT HE M ICIGAXN DI~LY _ _ _ FRTDAY, mEnUAlY S, 1940 THOUGHT'S THE THING: Democraey Needs Discussion Groups _ EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third in a series of interviews with Prof. Maur- er on the discussion group which he , conducts in Detroit. The writer will attend a meeting of the group Tues- day, in order to give a first-hand ac-. count of the meeting. By FRANCES PAINE In any social order less than a de- mocracy, the people are not p...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…S X T~T', PM~. 28, 1943 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SVIC More Ration Books Issued. Than Before WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.-(AP)- Deputy OPA Administrator Paul M. O'Leary estimated tonight that about 125,000,000 food ration books were issued during this week's registration. This was substantially above th approximately 123,000,000 issued in the initial registration for Ration Book No. 1 last spring. Registration this week, O'Leary said, went smoothly...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…Quetsch, Oak Park, Ill.; Jean Fonts, Carmel, C Gogle Dawaon, lay Village, 0., and M. Robbins, W George Mrc r, Bay Village, 0.; Lois Forth, Man: Marilee Damond, Detroit, and S. Logothetis, I (Continued from Page 5) Charles P. Slaght, Detroit; Mary Firth, South Bent Durbin, Wellsboro, Pa., and John ard Cottrell, Mt. en K. Carr, Metamora O., Kentch, WJellsboro, Pa. Jan Parley, Bay G 1 e a son A. Burdick, Jr., Ann Dobbie, Buffalo, N.Y., and Upjohn...…

February 08, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 101) • Page Image 8

…i THE AlL MCIIGAN DAILY a Michi gainensian W.11 Soon Go To Engravers Pictures and Stories To Give Emphasis to Campus War Effort "The entire housing section, pic- turing all the sororities and fraterni- ties, of the 1943 Michiganensian has been sent to the printers, and we hope to have the whole book ready for the engravers within two weeks," Dorothy Johnson, editor of the cam- pus yearbook announced yesterday. This year special emphasis w...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

…194 J-lop New Process ^ Add o Helps Herring ed TO Vii aSmoke Faster PORTLAND, Me.-( P)-A new (Cti udci fromn Page 1) technique arising out of the war th has been successfully used by The Cu ade would be kept cold with frozen Belfast Packing Co. to speed up lemonade, eliminating the diluted the smoking process on herring. g beverage which had been the fate The new advanced techniqueide Of other J-Hoppcrs. developed during the war by sev- re BiF...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 9

…Shirley Hann, Carona del Mar, Richard K. Fletcher, Lansing; o., and Harry Smith, Elyria, 0.; Detroit; Karyl Middleditch, De- ore Ila es Cal., and Quinton M. Kern, Jack- Corinne Knuth, Onekawa, and Shirley Loeblich, Detroit, and troit, and George C. Hill, Jr., son; Betty Hansen, Iron Mt., and Phelps Connell, Haverford, Pa.; Harvey Frank, Wyandotte; Lillian Huntington Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hockenbury, Fairport, N. Janet Klee, Lancaster, N.Y...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 10

… Second Semester NEW and USED and STUDENT SUPPLIES FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS "Every Book for Every Course" A special department to handle complete book and supply service for veterans. Bring your requisitions to us. MICHIGAN BOOKSTORE State Street at North U. Bob Graham, Mgr. …

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 11

…0l . Ill., and Thomas Y. L. nlap, Royal Oak; Betty Ann Reske, De- John Gaukler, Pontiac; Helen L, S ueee e e(l f Grosse Ile; Jeanne A. Weller, troit, and Stuart Gould, Jr., Ann Read, Grand Rapids, and Kenneth Park Ridge, Ill., and Allen B. Arbor; Elly Ruhl, Grand Rapids, R Gilbert, Dowagia; Nan J. Schall, Saginaw; Patricia Mathe- and Jim Lee, Birmingham; Ro- Reed, Three Rivers, and ClelaJ. F Yur son, Grand Rapids, and Arlie C. T' zann Radliff,...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 12

…OFF TO THE BALL: 'Molly, Moller Or, Life Is Jus Molly and me and our six- month-old Mollerina have a nice two and one-third rooms apart- ment, completely furnished with bathtub fixtures included, just off campus and it costs only $67.50 per month because I'm caretaker and keep the fires ablaze through sick- ness, death, and between semes- ters. I was here before, you know. In fapt, I took Molly to the J-Hop in '41 (Goodman and Krupa, you know)...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 13

…Fraker, Saginaw; Joan Slater,Ann Woods; Sue Smiley, Dearborn, and Margaret F. Thompson, Pleasant and Charles E. Berthoud, Mon- K p y Arbor, and John Lintol, Detroit; Don Palmer La Sage, Detroit; Ridge, and James M. McCavey, clair, New Jersey. p ryin , Jeanne Strong, Flint, and Edward Robin Scherer, Newfane, N.Y., and Royal Oak. Esther Trauber, Detroit, and Sy - e aG. Benya, Grosse Pointe; Donna Joe F. Bruna, Jr., Chicago; Cor- Peggy Troost, St...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 14

…1948 J-HOP PATRONS: Governor Kim Sigler Hea Govesnor and Mrs. Kim Sigler mons, Assistant Dean and Mrs. and President and Mrs. Alexander Charles H. Peake, Assistant Dean G. Ruth-en head the list of pa- Elsie R. Fuller, Registrar and Mrs. trons and guests for the 1947 Ira M. Smith and Miss Ethel A. J-Hop. McCormick. Included in the list are Provost Additional patrons are Prof. and and Mrs. James P. Adams, Vice- Mrs. William Haber, Prof. and pre...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 15

…Due To Work tM%ommitee Dennis Youngblood Is General Chairman After working, planning and or- ganizing since their election by the junior class in October, the 1948 J-Hop Committee is giving the campus the most lavish ball it has seen for several years. Denny Youngblood, chairman of the committee, has been the top coordinator of all of the functions of the subsidiary committees and has handled the task of the mas- ter-mind for smoothing out the...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 16

…Reactionaries Poll Students On Lovability Ask Which Counts' Most-Looks, Money Whatever happened to the good' old-fashioned lovable girl? That's what a group of our ad- e vertisers ask. They're so interested in finding out that they've outfitted us with a list of questions to be filled out , and sent to "The Lovable Girl-r of-the-Month Committee." I They're thorough. The first question asks "Which is most im- portant in making a girl lovable?"t...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 17

…Daily Official Bull (Continued from Page 4 Academic Notices ave "University of Michigan" Doctoral Examination for Fer- ainly lettered on the sides. ris Udine Triss, English Gram- mar; thesis: "Causes and Effects 5. The Gargoyle shall not be en- of Dotting the 'i'," at 1:30 p.m. to- tted to anything in the Engs- day in the Rackham Amphithea- wering Arch. tre. Correction: The A.I.Ch.E. has Physiology Seminar: Dr. Joshua vited the members of the...…

February 08, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 87) • Page Image 18

…TO THE CLASS OF '48 WE WISH A MOST SUCCESSFUL JUNIOR PROM AND TO THOSE ATTENDING R VERY PLEfSANT WEEKEND * 4L 4 BO FOR fiL an .L )KS d CLIES COURSE S P NO WfITING AT fNY TIME * A SEPARATE VETERANS DEPT. YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE" 336 South' State Street Phone 2-081 * 4 I- ______________________ …

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