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February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… 10, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ""T""... . . " . "1 EHI l MTl{.1TETl l)LA .41 LaTTY PAGE. Entire Freshman Year In Nineties Cost $300 Are you having trouble making ends meet? You were born just 60 years too ate. If you had been going to the University of Michigan in 1888-9, your expenses for both semesters, including tuition, books, room and Position Open At 'U' Station WPOM,hthe.sUniversity ra'/.o station, has issued a call to would-be...…

February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…THE ilCHIGAN DAILY TRmUhLS AY,- FERUARY 1 aI149 Fo r w ardSt ep FOLLOWING a recent wave of attacks from all quarters, Michigan fraternities have finally stepped out of their shell and taken the lead in a crusade to remove their discriminatory clauses, the focal point of the majority of the attacks upon them. The action is particularly commendable in that it marks one of the first spont~ane' ous movements in the country on the part of frat...…

February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

… FTBRUARY if), 160 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mortcr Board Honors Senior BWOC's for Grades, Activities 'Mademoiselle' Modern Functional Designs Invade Women's Fashions Editor To Visit By MIRIAM CADY For those who are not Phi Betas Kappas, women students on the campus find their highest reward for scholarship and activities in membership in Mortar Board. As a national senior honorary society, Mortar Board has three qualifications by which new m...…

February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1949 erdeur Shi McMillan Near Fourth Hockey Scoring Crown Gacek, Renfrew Battle for Second Place; Puckmen Meet North Dakota This Weekend nes but n/j9 lvl Natators Win! _...... 1 NEW TIESI ISIT AT WILD'S Gardella Suit ichi gan Balance Trims Gets Federal 'LaSalle College, 49-26 _;_ Tribunal OK Olympic Ace Wins Breast Stroke by Margii,_Grabs 220, AnchorsRelay <.> _________ Large Team Set...…

February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

… A.Y, IVEB]WARY 10, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN! Roberts Halted by Knee Injury Advance Sales Jvee,Frosh Quitets Sparkle Mig*Lht Supportw,------- * c/n-amhwppthe jaorv e Strac1 has selected a tentative Stediupefulsgane whenc the two fist team from the many aspir. teamatca t r at Columbus the dug- ev !4 7L Y e '- I - 4 - 17nn f-- pmt.-,that reported Buring the in]- By PRES HOLMES The first of the original five members of ...…

February 10, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

…11W'l MICHIGAN T)AHY TIu-.SIr),tY ..____ , SHANGHAI NATIVE: Chinese Still Looking to U.S. for Aid, Grad Says The Chinese people are still hoping for American aid for their country but not necessarily for the Nationalist government, according to Mrs. A. T. Liu, University grad- uate recently returned from Shanghai. Falconry F lm To Be Shown Craighead Brothers Will Discuss Trips Frank and John Craighead, in- ternationally known falconers, w...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

… LENGTHENING SHADOW See Page 4 l Ofrr Dtiit6F CLOUDY, COL AIR Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 86 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1949 r PRICE FIVE CENTS Russia Demands U.S. Atomic Bomb Count Staffer Makes Good DAILY SUCCESS STORY-Stan Swinton, '40, (left) former Daily City Editor checks assignments with Associated Press writers in Singapore where he is Associated Press chief for southeast Asia. Swinton is onl...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, *FERRUARY 9*, 19l49 JAZZ FANS GET TREAT: Sarah Vaughan To Star In Concert Here Friday DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN F Local jazz fans will have a chance to hear Sarah Vaughan, the "girl with the miracle voice," and Lester Young's five piece combination at 8:30 p.m. Friday in the Masonic Temple. Miss Vaughan started singing' professionally in 1943 after copping top honors in an amateur Student Group Will Present...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…I*q P" THE MIICHIGAN DAILY B ULLESSON by b. s. brown, sports editor HE RECENT ANNOUNCEMENT that Ivan Williamson will replace Harry Stuhldreher as head football coach at Wisconsin brings to mind that there are now four-five, if you put Whitman College out in Walla Walla, Wash., in the big time-formner Wolverine gridders piloting major collegiate football squads. Williamson, who is not new to the coaching game, Michigan's Bennie Oosterbaan, H...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Lengthetnitng Shadow N IS LECTURE Monday, Dr. David Bradley, author of the bestseller,- "No Place to Hide," continued his campaign to educate the nation to the terrible import- ance of the atomic bomb in another world war. And his cold facts concerning atom bomb damage grow more and more sig- nificant as the sovereignties of the world choose up sides for what looks like a show-down fight to the finish. The alternative he g...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 5

… JATY 9,M1949ICHGAI Valentine Theme To Be Featured) In 'Pay-Off Dance Decorations J' A Valentine, atmosphere will large red heart and red balloons greet dancers at the annual "Pay- Off" dance to be held from 9 p.m. will mark the Valentine season. to midnight Saturday in the An added attraction will be al League ballroom. single white balloon among the Ted Smith and his band, pop- red containing a cash prize for the ular musicians of this y...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…THE M;ITIGA'N DATILY WED It SDA.V. XPEDITION TO IRAN: 'U' Professor Unlocks Secrets of Ancient Inseriplion By PICK M tOY (Daily City Editor) Prof. George Cameron is. livinf proof that the old saying abou' professors leading a quiet life i little more than a myth. He is back in the quiet comfor' of a classroom teaching Nea Eastern culture now. But for the past five months he's been clam- boring about a wind-swept moun- tain in Iran hundreds...…

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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…10 Lie (:1 ON . J-HOP 1 .Shig&KI EXTRA Monday, February 7, 1949 Pr ice: A Dime or a Dollar =, ti i s , _", i _ , I i I ."r ,z ,,-V e= r : a xz ..1 t. ) r ; _ ;; ti7,. .k - _ + Daily-Alex Lnan OFFICIALS JOIN MARCH OF DIMES-Dom Tosnasi, M Club President, sells J-Hop Dailies to Ann Arbor's Mayor William E. Brown, Jr., and University President Alexander G. Ruthven. This special edition is The Daily's con- tribution to the March of Dime...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…10A c~9 'S r I , :7 C 1 J-HO11P It~t mIT Monday, Fe ruary "7f 949 Price: A Dime or a Dollar i r , t k '7 t - k .r ", of f.y r i " } p', x,; OLIO. Daily-Alex Laniann OFFICIALS -JOIN MARCH OF DUIMES-Dom Tomnahi, M Club President, sells J-Hop Dailies to Ann Arbor's ayor William E. Brosum, Jr., and University President Alexander (G. Ruthven. This special edition is The Daily's con- tributW n to Che March of Dimes, and is sold by the M (lob....…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

…Paa Two THE MICH IGAN DA I LY Monday, February 7 94 ,ll VFTAL STATISTICS oiCci oo ers F ows elow (msarapheiz by girls ( ames)paeie egrs Det. Marilynn Banwell, Get., and Gasse Pte.; Asia Bergman, Mus- Ann Arbor; Clara Blocksom, Has- MR. AND MRS. Thame Kay Hugh Ailerton, Det. klgon, and James Billinsley, well, N.M., ant Frank Smith, Port Buchanan, Im ay City; Joan' MARGO ABELS, Det., aad Bar- Donna Barak, Get., and Bob Ar- Muskegon; Ruth Berloer...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…Page Two T HE !M I CH IG(AN D A ILY Mnnrn ca.- i , -7 1 939 raor TworT F r l- r a r r iv v A r alY K ur gr r r.A,, . I-, 7 1 O I VITAL STATISTICS: Roll CciiofJ o ers Follows Below (Nanes are gmhbetired by girls Det.; Marilynn Banwell, Det.. and Gosse Pte.; Asla Bergman, Mus- Ann Arbor; Clara Blocksom, Ros- MR. AND MRS. Thomas Kay Hugh Allerton, Det. kegon, and James Billingsley, well, N.M., and Frank Smith, Port Buchanan, In' lay City; Jo...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…1MWIOPrtrtg41ttU[ EXTRA Monday, February 7, 1949 Page Three Campus Descends from J-Hop Clouds J-Hop Kept Despite 72 Year istory Dance Started By Two Fiddles By P-IL DAWSON J-Hop, 'the country's greatest formal," has traveled a rough road from its humble beginnings in 1877'n Hank's Emporium on Main Street. Two violins and a piano made enough music for the 20 couples at that first edition of the now traditional shindig. BY 1891 THE DANCE had...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…E riu EXTRA Mnrdoy, February 7, 1949 Page Three am sDe'scen s rol', M HO louds Depie72 Year Histor Dance Started By Two Fiddles By PIL DAWSON J-Hop, "the country's greatest formal," has traveled a rough road from its humble beginnings in 1877 in Hank's Emporium on Main Street. Two violins and a piane made: enough music for the 20 couples at that first edition of the now traditional shindig. BY 1891 THE DANCE had ac- quired two orchestras a...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 4

…Page Four: THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, Februm ry 7 949 PaqeFou THEMICiGANDAIY Mnday Feruar 7,194 COP 4-. 09 ~ OBNOXIOUS GUMSHOE: Campus Cop Turns Tourist, Cuts Out Florida Fun, Too TAMIPA, Fla.-- (P) -The Uni- the obnoxious gumshoe, one Hor- versity of Michigan campus cop atio Q. Flivvernip, boarded his left this vacation city today after plane for Ann Arbor. a week's visit that made Michi- calling himself a "one-man gan's swimming team's c...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…Page Four T HE M IC H IG AN D AIL Y i t'buciry 7,-1949 "PVne Fourn #TH1ELMiCH F!GVAH"M DAILeY Moroevn'. - Fe rhurrv 7au. 194 A* OBNOXIOUS GCUMSHOE: 1 . Cuts Out FloridaFun_Too TAMPA, Fla. - ( P) -The Uni- the obnoxious gmhoe one Hor- versty of Michigan campus COP atio Q. F'livvernip, boarded his left this vacation city today after plane for Ann Arbor. a week's visit that made Michi- Galling himself a "one-man gasn's swimming team's chaotic...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 5

…Mnnclnve Febrim ~ 7 1949 I HL Nlf-HIUAN UAILY .,I I-Vlt4W TAV M r~tf uu A G11U 1 y t 4 Q IH -t rv A A or rVH er ...e ra "AIL*,, L a w r e n e , S p~ v ak et There were plenty of satisfied customers at the 1949 J-Hop- fi ~ they agree that few of the dance's colorful predecessors could possibly haye offered a finer corn- Y's'> ation of bands. ;r Elliot Lawrence and Charlie Spivak heiehtened the "Stairway to the Stas" theme as they shared ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 5

…Monday, Feb; it~r/7 949 THE MDCHIG Lawrece, Spivak__Set g I There were plenty of satisfied x G~~uvtomers at th e 1949 J-Htop- theyagreed that fes ofthte < >:s;:' fnance's colorful predecesso rould > possiblyo hav'e offered a fnet on rr ?"?f. boahon of bands. '."k0' , ,:: Elliot Lawrence and Charlie Spiakheightened the "ein"cS h t te Stars- 'i ni n as thp, shat edl-op bandstands Friday j ~and Satuna:. Law rence firstpres ented 'ns a. .::.Y. F...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

…-'~ ----- ---uly e r or , - NO CHECKS PLEASEPlenty of dancers went home withChr leSpivak's famous signature on their programs. THE KICKOFF -Eager J-Hoppers arriving at the I-:1IHuilding. TJJENAP3OUT-Elliot Lawrence plays a rocking bass on the to ant; ^t accompanied by some low notes on the piano by Charlie Spivak. tJLADV OR NOT-Patti feast, Phyllis Bohnsaek and Virginia Ga.-Aitse make their dramatic entrance. …

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICH.I.GAN. D.AILY Mondav. Februarv 7. 1949 P fl q i H I H GA AL nrcFhI inn, 7 1y -T0 I F t NO CHECKS PLEASE-Plenty of dancers went homiie soi,~ Char- lie Spivak's famous signature on their programs. 'JURNABOUT-Ellint Lawrence plays a rocking bass on the trumpet accompanied 'by some low noes on the piano by Charlie Spivak. Ph~~ i- fiyllis io.RD" - - .gii s~c s c tsi.-,srn entrn ce …

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 7

…UHL MlCfllCAN t)AlLYrre BALCONY SCENE-A couple of Rome .3 who used stairs, instead of a ladder. PLEAiSURE PERSONIFIED-Lucy Saxon and Johin Quinmby show the typical reaction of the J-Hlop's 6,000 satisfird customners. GRID MRN-Leo Koceski, Joann Keteihut, Sue Heinemiann and Dick Kepi-horn talk over some of the line bucks and passes they've noticed among the dancers. I-MPOTENT PUNtCHI-TIhe reason this cruple' i 1:,I~~ thait they haven't tast...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Prrc Swe+r ,' Mcndovy ' ~c'rary 7-149 I M'ncln' ' ,r.sIr 149.HE .M CHv AN. D ILYPop ...e, BALCONY SCENE-A couple of Rome , w s a UlERSONIFIED-Lucy Saxon and John Quimby show the typical reaction of the J-Mop's 6,000 satisfied customers. GRID MEN-Leo Koceski, Joann Ketelhut, Sue Heinemann and Dick Kempthorn talk over some of the line bucks and passes they've noticed among the dancers. IMPOTENT PUNCH-The reason this cou...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

…ri~~~ ~~~~~~ v. !V -.. ii alw' L nmLS - nvI IJ. eVAWNcansV.- I 1 7""T 7 F~~~~~Tlry __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ __y ,,, Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Fraternities: Acacia Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi Chi Psi Delta Chi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Kappa Nu Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Sigma Phi K...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight T HE M IC H IG AN DA ILY 11t1 aw - rr, " 'r- rs.fr r v 7. 9 -- P.o Eivoht THE y eMICHisGANe e p4 AIY9Y AA- yVT vl,. t~ Y' 7-r070 F oijr tl e AIF m ' Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Fraternities: Acacia Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi Chi Psi Delta Chi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Kappa Nu Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

…rMonday, February7, 199 T HE M iC H I GAN D A ILY Page Nine I Monday. February~~~~~ T 99TE MC IA AL aeNn -? , , - r.:" r ° f l t } i 'r . +l A Union pera Slated March 23,24, 25 Show First Br tPast Since 1941 Recahed by Presentation RevivalTry Once the biggest campus artistic A fascinating, almost incredible event of the year, the Michigan history, highlighted by perform- Union Opera. is being revived this ances at the White House, the s...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 9

…MonA'n Febrary.' 7 1040 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Page Nine Union Opera Slated March 23, 24, 25 Show First Bright Past Since 1941 Recalled by Presentatioin~ Revival Try 0nce the biggest campus artistic A fascinating amost incrediblI event of the year, the Michigan j history highlighted by pef r- Union Opera is being revived this ances at the Wite House, the season after a Iapse of almost Metropolitan Opera and oct decade. Broadway, lies beh...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

… I HF MtUC H1UAN DAII Y inln r L VI r - n h IN u n rLi onday, Februiary i, 14 Y :.. ii I Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Sororities: Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Xi Delta Chi Omega Collegiate Sorosis Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Zeta Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Tau Zeta Tau Alpha ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 10

…Page Teri T HE AMTC H IG AN DA ILY Mondvy February7. 19 X A , 7. f , Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Sororities: Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Xi Delta Chi Omega Collegiate Sorosis Delia Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Zeta Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Tau Zeta Tau Alpha II …

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 11

…Monday February 7, 1949 T E MCII~N V!L }. R' NA E .Ae, and 4Vllet J. erringon, Dide'. ., and Jack Ganon, Bad Axe; Gnn, Corell and John I oal 0ak Carol Diedrich an S lavess; Shiley Coart. ut. Clair Richard lang an Babara Dill Shores, ant Donald PR. Ege St. Grose Point. ad Jame El, (Cor ':. a 5e,'2) rte- Clair Shores. NRitherford. N.J. Heln Ann Dil- __-__-_hman. Houghton. axdJohn H. Rei, tiac ann -- ,. Tagalakis. S. PATSY '05KV. Mayfield. Ky.,...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 11

…Pooe'Uewen A~i)nrnvFphtir 7. 1949 T HE MIlC H IG AN D A ILY yYsurArI,, y ,njy9 71040 THE MICHIre A4r DAILY Powe E.e.en NAMES * Continued from Page 2) tiac, and Stan Tagalakis, St. Louis, Mich. Lois Chapin, Springfield, N.J., and Kenneth Rsnow, nimstee; ly Chapman and Bill Ripley; Pat Chase, Northville, and Hugh Lockhart, Northville; Mary Grace Childs, Jackson, Tenn., and M. L. Jones, Jackson, Mich.; Janet Christiansen and James Houle; -s S...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 12

…Yri.vIuuy, cui UUl y I, 7 T7 (Costnue fs. Page 11 , ALICE D VER. ,n ,Arbor, andI IJay Handelsrtin Chica o; mae Ebner, En eto-. Pa., and Pobert Straichan, Amn Anbor: Helen el An Aibor, anFank Ne 1> {Giand Papidsi~ 1 ti on P et., antiAd .Bce Jr. Montclar, NJ.: Don ,Ean, Del and Bill Co "n rI Was tngton D.C.- Ruth Lidri 1.Ba; Cit, and Harley.Janitngs Jr. .Danv-ile, Va Mary Elfarditk Grand ai and Ralph Bar-_-I Jr. - eindale Mr. and Mrs P Phil Elk...…

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…Page Twelve T HE MIC HI G AN D A ILY Mnndarr FPi bn 7 19)49 P wT C A AAy, e r 10u0ry r NAMES .. . falo Pat Fisher, Port Huron, and James;W. Wright, Port Huron. (nu fr PgiSHIRLEY J. FLAGLER, Det., Cobntinued from Page 11) and Jack Humrich, Det.; Betty Fleiss, Det., and Alfred Rose, New ALICE DWYER, Ann Arbor, and 'York City; Audrey Mae Fletcher,. Jay Handelsman, Chicago; Janie r "Det., and Harold M. Simon, Jr., E , n , , brDet.; Marjorie...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 13

…Monday, February '7, 1949 TH:.E MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen Monday, February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen Brunsting, Rochester, Minn.; Lita - NA. * Hagen, Northport, and Roger Bus- lee, Ann Arbor; Helen Hager, Dearborn, and Fred C. Henderson, (Continued from Page 02) Detroit; Myra Hahn and Edward SR. Strong; Shirley Ann Hahn, Mrs. Leonard E. Geiser, Niagara Grosse Pointe, and H. R. Rathbun, Falls, N.Y.; Joyce Gendzwill, Iron D...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 13

…Monday, February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN D AIL Y Page Thirteen Brunsting, Rochester, Minn.; Lita- Christian, Det.; Florence Hum, ler; Lela Johnson and Donald Mc- S Hagen, Northport, and Roger Bus- LaPorte, Ind., and Thomas G. Os- Gregor; Barbara Johnston, Det. lee, Ann Arbor; Helen Hager, born, LaPorte, Ind.; Mr, and Mrs. and Douglas L. Sinn, Det.; Betty Dearborn, and Fred C. Henderson, - Donald J. Hutchinson; Mildred Jones, DeWitt, and William J...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 14

…Poqe Fourteen TI-IF MLCH~AM DAIlY ,k. .-.~. 7 1 OAO P ge Fourteen T HF M LCH G A N t A.1LY Mntrx #-nra 7 4 ,.r r v rerrrs,. r r r v'ei t\ s!'t t 1..'I (Y1V(1(,)U1 ~- ;L'f ;dfy I I7 f; . . . ,Continued from Pe 13) Austin, and Neville Adams, Syd- ney. Australia Lucile Kennedy., &rand Rapids, and Charles Ham- nond, Toronto, Ont.; Mary Lou itennedy, Grand Rpids, and Blair 5oody, Jr., Washingion. D.C.; Pat Serridge, Det., and William M. Kugel...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 14

…Page Fourteer Monday February 7 1949 ~oae Forteen TE M~tHIAN DAIL Monda, ebur7.14 (Continued from Pag 53) Austin, and Noville Adans Syd- ney, Australia; Lucile Kennedy. Grand Rapids, and Charles Ham- mond, Toronto, Ont.; Mary Lou Kennedy, Grand Rapids, and Blair Moody, Jr., Washington, D.C.; Paat Korridge, Dot., and William M. Kuzel, Dot., DOROTHY L. KIIGURY, Iron Mtountatin, and Jan H. Hanson, Chicago; Joan A. Kimball and Davis W. Tompkin...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 15

…Monday, February 7,r 1949 -TK E M k C R G AN D A ILY PFage Fifteen Monday, February 7, 1949 ~TKE M~CI4IGAt4 DAILY P,-rrTp Fifta~sra f NAMES. .. a (Continued from. Page 14) son, Det.; Doris Massey, Wichita, Kas., and red Buckner, Buffalo, N. T.; Dolores Matbeny and Don Cotuden; Nat alie Mattson. Bess- s emer, and Creighton Lederer, -Brooklyn, N.Y. BARBAR.A MAUL, Det.. and Derald Katterman. Det.: Sally' McBride, Grosse Pointe. and Jerry Thi...…

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….,oCndav, February °7, 1949 T H-E- ICH-1 G-AN, Q A 1_LY Page fi fteell I Monday. February 7. 1949 THE- MICHIGAN DAILY Poae Fifteen .._ 1 *vw 'r Ai .- e--4 , ., , (Continued from Page 14) son, Det.; Doris Massey. Wichita, Kas, and red Buckner. Buffalo, N. Y.; Dolores Matbeny and Don Conden; Nataie lattson, Bess-+ emer, and Creihton Lederer, Braoklyn, N.Y. BARBARA -MAL, Det., and Derald Katterman. Det.; Sally McBride, Grosse Pointe, and Je...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 85) • Page Image 16

…I-% THT MICHIGAN DAtlY ivioncinv_ F-hrtinrv 7. 1949 P--a~ ixten V1MCluA rALYF_-,, t i 7T704 F Monroe, Louisiana; Beverly Scott ids; Marie Petterson, Det., and NAI1 iPalmer, Det., and Hack Wilson, Earl Willnoft, Det.; Ruth Petite, Champaign; Carolyn Palmer, and Det., and Jay S. Pettite, Jr., Det. John Mackey. (Continued from_Page_15) *r* *BOB STUART, and Shirley Pi- JEAN PALMER, Det., and D. M. quet; Virginia Plews (Smith Col- Det., and ...…

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…Porn Sixteen THE MACHUGAN DKIL Monday, February 7, 1949 Monroe, Louisiana; Beverly Scott ids; Marie Petterson, Det., andL. Fleury; Claren L. Putnam and N A M E S * # Palmer, Det., and Hack Wilson, Earl Willnoft, Det.; Ruth Petite, Richard Barrow; Mary L. Put- Champaign; Carolyn Palmer, and Det., and Jay S. Pettite, Jr., Det. nam and Richard Barrow; Mary John Mackey, * L. Putnam, Det., and Walter (Continued from Page 15) * ,* A BOB STUART, a...…

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