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September 17, 1952 • Page Image 24

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 _ ,s- ;ampus Stays Lively with Dances; homecoming, J-Hop Top Calendar From the first moment that stu- ents begin arriving on campus in he fall, the whirl of social events s something that most of them ok forward to and never forget. Regular Saturday night Union ances with "real live" bands are ;asual affairs that heighten the nticipation and party spirit for ne of the first big dances of th...…

February 11, 1952 • Page Image 24

…mmmq Page Tw eive T HE !MIC H IGA N DA ILY Monday Februnrv 1 1 1 92 Page Twely,e THE yMIHIIGNDAL VIEWiS OF MEN WH 0 MAY T HIS IS a year of decision. This year, the American people must lay their future on the line. At no time since the founding o, the republic has so much been at stake. It is no time for fiddle-faddle. We must be ready, we must be resolute, and when the time comes ec ane mus t a ct. th eir fute o th At en c u The exclusi...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 24

…rOUR THE MICHIGAN D ILY VVFDN°E DAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 POUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 olverines won Crowns in Two Spring Sports 6 REGULARS RETURN: Tennis Squad Loses Three Lettermen Golfers Earned Big Ten Honors for Twelfth Time . # # Michigan, Illinois Share 1952 Baseball Laurels : C>-'--- By NEIL BERNSTEIN The Michigan tennis squad has very good prospects for an out- standing season next spring, with ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 24

…Sec. Two, Page Twelve Daniel A. Schaitberger, Jr., and N A M E tAnn Stromer, Michael Scherer and " " . Jean Bromfield, Robert Schor and Valerie Cowen, Ira H. Scheinerman (Continued from Page 11) and Adrienne Schiefro, Robert Schuur and Janet Alarie, Donald Austin, Ralph K. Rosenbaum and S. Schmitz and Mary Ann Morris, Arline Elconin. Arthur Scheider and Peggy Zager, Martin G. Rosenthal and Carol Eli Schoenfield and Nancy Rudel, Osterseil, Irwi...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 25

… Y, SEPTEMBER17,1952. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ! 4 ... Aiss Mac,' Busy League Social Director cts as Man Friday for Coed Activities "Ask Miss Mac-she knows." This familiar phrase will echo about the League as the year's activities are planned and pre- sented by the coeds who partici- pate in League activities. MISS ETHEL A. McCormick, "Miss Mac" as she is affection- ately called, is the person who co- ordinates all the various League acti...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 25

…AT, SEPTEMBER Y7, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I'INT Outotandig EVENTS OF 1952 at Alh boi'&-an4 qyour FIRST LESSON qf the fle& £en aed tei'' SEPT.: MICH.-M.S.C. GAME OCT.: DREW PEARSON LECTURE NOV. : DRAMA QUARTETTE DEC.: XMAS VACATION JANUARY: J-HOP AND - We can't give you this fresh, new bathing beauty FOR, AnnArr'NEES Ann Arbor's SMARTEST but we THE FALL CAN Ann Arbor's MOST Complete The CAMPUS give you A . iAd...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 26

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 17,195t Freshmen Are Eligible for Women's Athletic Association A activities * * * * * * . *s Variety of Sports Clubs Offered Coeds Badminton, Tennis, Golf, Field Hockey Will Open in Fall fA Student WAA Board Has Complete Recreational Plan 1. "set," and "match" will again be heard on the women's tennis' courts as members of the tennis' club meet to improve their tennis game. Jane McCarthy, club m...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 26

…PAGE SIX THEjj MICHIGAN DAILY WE1)NLDAi, Si 'Iin'.1'iiw1. i;. %A _____ _ .. SPORTS SLANTS . . By Ed Whipple 1 '52 Grid Schedule Holds Some Rugged Opponents for Michigan MEN OF MICHIGAN! Sam's Store welcomes you to Ann Arbor WHY PAY MORE? kK * * * I'M WRITING my first column as Daily Sports Editor, just as you are probably perusing your first issue of The Daily. This must indicate a parallel, even if it's only you don't know what ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 26

…Page Two; THE MICHIGAN DAILY M~onday, Februaryv9,.1953' Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 9, 1953 THIS ]CONCEIVE: Bunding DamCe Overcome by IT EDITOR'S NOTE: In conjunction with the lettuce series 'This I Conceive" The Daily is propositioning statements of pre-natal experience from promi- nent members of the University Rhythm Group. Diane Spiritual is a prominent members of the University Ryhthm Group and president of Sortabored...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 27

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Lantern Night Annual Event Houses Compete in Sing; Cup Is Given One of the many traditional events for women on the Univer- sity campus is the annual Lantern Night program. Sponsored by the executive board of the Women's Athletic As- sociation, the festivities each year honor graduating senior women. LANTERN NIGHT is an out- growth of a program which origi- nated in 1913. Then al...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 27

… SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A PAGE SEVF VO' _. - won" y wimmers Always Rank Among Best * * * * * * 71 * # 1952 Team Placed Third In League, NCAA Meets LA BOOKS PRODUCER OF CHAMPIONS-Matt Mann, veteran Michigan swimming mentor and coach of the United States Olympic team, is flanked by two of his recent proteges. John Davies (left) set world breast stroke records in the Olympics and as a Michigan senior last winter. ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 27

…Monday, February-9, 1953 T HE M IC H IGA N DA ILY Page Three MrsndaV., FebruorvJ . 15TEMCGN- IYPehr STUD TO SERVICE ' He HipDeep Prexy IP On Top of Heap Special To The Daily WASHINGTON-"I got to be the wheel I am by following the fine, upstanding principles my old man learned me down on the farm," Dr. John A. Humble said yesterday, with a straight face. Humble is the new director of the Draft-All-Non-Agricultural- Students Bureau and the...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 28

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 Housing (Continued from Page 3) If a girl would rather live in a more homelike atmosphere, a league house would probably be advisable. These houses are su- pervised residences, varying in size from ten to 25 women. Some of them do not serve meals, while others provide one or two a day. There are about 20 of these league houses on campus. Some women may find it ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 28

…iAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT XBER 17,1952 Track Squads '4 '~1 Thinclads Almost Captured Outdoor Title By ED SMITH An unusually strong team in an unusually strong conference that's. how the 1952 edition of the Michigan track team was rated. This year's thinclad squad was perhaps the strongest in Michi- gan history; yet it was unable to take the Western. Conference crown, something that twenty pre- vious Wolverine contingents had done. IN BOTH the...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 28

…Page Four T HE MI CH IGA N DA ILY Monday, February 9, 1953 Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday. February 9. 1953 An Editorial. .. People who read Photography Annual are not the only ones who have noticed The Daily's seeming lack of initiative in reporting news of a sexual nature. In the calm, uninhibited atmosphere of a J-Hop Extra we would like to apologize for what is only an apparent neglect: May we first assure our readers that this s...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 29

…-v SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN IAILY WAGE SEVEN ___ urn *udents Aid i Counseling t Dorms Advising,, Listening Experts Available Throughout Year When each freshman first comes mnto her dormitory she will meet a graduate student whose particu- lar interest is in helping her to adjust to the many aspects of col- lege life which are new to her. * * * THIS STUDENT is a resident counselor, and she will be avail- able throughout the year ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 29

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAir.W. VIVW ~I'HE MICHIGAN DAILY 'DL IUZ NI.Nby Young Squad Give Hope mi I wil all PON 11 Wolverine Cage Fortunes 9 WILLIAM PERIGO . .. new head cage coach I * * * Pergo'S Background Shows .16 Years of Coaching Success 4' E uC8 By DICK LEWIS Youth, spirit and a climb out of the dephts of the Western Con- ference second division should be the keynote of Michigan basket- ball in 1952-53. And the irst step toward a b...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 29

…Monday, February 9 193 T HE MI CH IGA N D AILY Page' Five I V WIn1.r, ,1hIr 9 19S THE MICHIGAN DAILY.Page.Five Hip - Hip-Hurrah! THOUGH news of the city coun- aldermen likewise should receive cii extending sewers to the praise for their decisive action. University's south forty develop- ment was buried in a page six We can hardly conceive what squib yesterday, we cannot ignore the new south forty develop- its importance to the community. ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 30

…I I 4 4GiC EIGHT TT IVCH IAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 r 11 ELCOI E TO THE' STUDE TS! Our Shelves are S tocked with USED for Every Course in Every Department 4. r . '. ,, ' 1r iY !, ENGINEERS - MEDICS -LAWYERS *1 Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requirements. I Make, use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy, i n Town. I TO THE'F...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 30

…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952, TTTE MICHIGTAN DlAILY TEN ____________ U I I I. - .. .. - .1 I.... .... aY..- .. ..a 1.. D~al... n 1 rI e.2 ..4 .th E of the Maize olf .. (Continued from Page 4) slapped out a sub-par 71 in a. practice round but this proved no good omen. BOTH PURDUE and Ohio State, with revenge in their hearts, downed the "M" squad. Purdue drew a sweet 25-11 tri- umph while OSU had to fight to edge the Wolverines, 19%-16%/....…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 30

…Page Six THE MICHIGA N DAILY - A ^% Ft,#C I: _ ioniay, rebruary 9, 195I Local Police Force Thinks Parenta lismSet As Watchword By MIKE HIMMLER "Our aim is to provide sanctuary for students in distress." This is the guiding philosophy of Ann Arbor's friendly, high- inded police department, according to Chief of olice Jasper Junkie. "Parentalism is our watchword," the genial Junkie went on. "When officers handle cases involving the cleancut ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 31

… SPORTS SUPPLEMENT, Y 5k igtAau :I3atiy SPORTS SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 HAIL THE VICTORS: Michigan Still Class of Collegiate Sporto... " * * * # * * S * * * S S * S * * HARD RUNNING-Puts Michigan's Fullback Don Peterson out of reach of Cornell tackler in game at Ithaca last fall. It also made Peterson, a senior last year,. the leading Wolverine ground gainer for the season. He rushed for 574 ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 31

…Monday, February 9, 1953 T HE M IC H IGA N D A ILY Page Seven Mna,.Fbur ,15 H IHGNDIYPg ee HotFe AEC Moves To Prevent atastrophe Soapy Succumbs To Deadly Piles By JEAN BOLSHOI Hordes of workmen arrived by airlift from the Virgin Islands to- day to begin erection of a radio- activity-proof lead wall around the campus ordered by Atomic Energy Commission officials to protect the student population from mass sterility. Source of the deadly rad...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 32

…A TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY w eyelashes of tripping the Ilini, setback, 6-0 by intercepting passes of a signal-caller in the Michi- he Past . . who went on to cop the Confer- and recovering Michigan fumbles. gan single wing attack. His lack _C___u _ encecrown and the Rose Bowl The ending was happy, though, of weight (165 pounds) is un-c (Continued from pageh i totle. N * thanks to a 7-0 victory over douabiiht bly akfactorin his Oh9d OhioStat.FAN9...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 32

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 9, 195 _SET TO SWING REGENTS By BEN ZIHN over the modern structure, the gram to assure the future safe Terror stricken University Re- + >s Board has suspended all further of the University. gents rushed plans today for a meetings for the duration of the Stooging for the committe five year watch-and-ward vigil emergency, turning over its auth Handy Scratcher f or mer over Haven Hall, following a...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 33

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRE1O rockey Team Is National Champ , PI ..;fir ,t: ;iiii;i-';; ;f:.... .\.;..x,. ,. a'. ;:v.;,:::-; : =: . l Win Average Last 5 Years. Betters .800 By PAUL GREENBERG The Michigan hockey team, long the class of American collegiate ranks, added a couple of fresh lines to its niche in the record book last season. The Wolverines swept to their second successive NCAA ice cham- pionship, the third such crown they ha...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 33

…iday. February 9. 1953 T HE MIC H IGA N D A ILY Page Nine m n, I , TE I I ND LPe i FIE OXFORD PLAN: Dorm for Dregs Slated f s s By HOWSEN PFEIFFER iversity officials gave the go- sd yesterday to plans for the truction of a gigantic North drangle in the center of the on River. .e new structure will embody modern conveniences of the sance Languages Bldg. as well 'terrifying" architectural in- stions suggested by a four study of Indian vil...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 34

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY 6 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 Wolverines Won Crowns in Two Spring Sports 6 REGULARS RETURN: Tennis Squad Loses Three Lettermen 4O * * s Golfers Earned Big Tenr Honors for Twelfth Time Michigan, Illinois Share 1952 Baseball Laurels, Formula for a winning team: spring and at one time had a Take an eighth place ball club, streak of 341/3 scoreless innings. By NEIL BERNSTEIN The Michigan tennis squad h...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 34

…Page Ten CLASSIFI DS FOR SALE PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca- naries, singers, cages and supplies. 305 W. Hoover. Phone 2-2403. )1F ONE COMPLETE set of tails. Size 39 long. 34141, R. C. Briggs. )2F ANTIQUE grandfather clock with Westminster chimes in perfect run- bing order. $300. Call 35330, 562 S. Seventh. )4F Today & Tuesday-- ADMISSION... 44c FOR SALE CAMERA AND ACCESSORIES, worth $100 will sell for $75. Kodak Tourist, case, adapter ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 35

…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'7, 1952 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F1V1!~ I Outitandin9 EVENTS OF 1952 at An it,16v-an4 qour FIRST LESSON 'j the fle& S. epze4 tern SEPT.. MICH.-M.S.C. GAME OCT.: DREW PEARSON LECTURE NOV.: DRAMA QUARTETTE DEC.: XMAS VACATION JANUARY: J-HOP AND - I ')) , We can't give you this fresh, new bathing beauty but we CAN _ - FOR Ann Arbor's NEWEST Ann Ar...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 35

…day, February 9, 1953, THE M IC H IGA N DAIlL~Y Page,, Eleven day. February 9. 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven - I -. I ON THE BED Beta Beta Pi fraternity will climax "Know-Your-Brother-Better Week" Friday by staging a stag dinner and slumber party for the neighboring Wee-Gees. The BBPi house will take on the appearance of a gigantic steamroom to provide atmosphere for the all-night affair. A Monte Carlo party, "You Bet Your Ace," wil...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 36

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTVMRVR 17. 153 SPORTS SLANTS . .. By Ed Whipple '52 Grid Schedule Holds Some Rugged Opponents for Michigan MEN OF MICHIGAN! Sam's Store welcomes you to Ann Arbor WHY PAY MORE? * # # I'M WRITING my first column as Daily Sports Editor, just as you are probably perusing your first issue of The Daily. This must indicate a parallel, even if it's only you don't know what to expect and I don't know...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 36

…lw Page Twelve T HE MIC H IGA N DA ILY Monday, February 9, 1 Page welv THEMICHIAN DILY ond,. --bua-y9-, 'IKE' INAUGURATEI Flunky's Job , Now Filled Up with Bull AN ADMIRER "Just call me flunkie," the new henchman in the Office of Stu-. dent Paroles, Bull Boorman chor- tled in an under-the-table inter- view yesterday. Boorman, a heavy-set (90 lbs.) ex-con who used to play ball with Murder Inc., likes his job which involves "doing the admi...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 37

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVW --, - _ I 0 Swimmers Always Rank Among Best * * * * * * * 1952 Team Placed Third In League, NCAA Meets LA BOK ICE d PRODUCER OF CHAMPIONS-Matt Mann, veteran Michigan swimming mentor and coach of the United States Olympic team, is flanked by two of his recent proteges. John Davies (left) set world breast stroke records in the Olympics and as a Michigan senior last winte...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 37

…J-HOP :43aitp SEC. 2 ., ,., Pnna (}na ' rtinn Twn Monday. Februarv 9 1953 ""ge '-'''m cl'n'.'w Gala J-Hop Goes Antique As Dorsey, Marterie Play Famed Spa Wide Open For J-Hop As a special bonus for J-Hop- pers the Union's plush steam room was opened on Saturday night of the big weekend which in other years had been one of the dance nights. Planned to compensate for the one-night dance, the steam room opening was well attended despite ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 38

…EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMIUM 17, 1952 EIGHT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19~! Illini-tis Plag ues 6 J / 9 1 ri restling, Track Squads . I Grapplers Finished Second In Big Ten Behind Illinois f % . - '^ a' r vn..r ' r . t t~ .. ,.. .," y C. c .r < r. " ; # ' x"03 ...:.- ' is " _ Si . : --' Y .: Thinclads Almost Captured Outdoor.Title By DAVE LIVINGSTON Wolverine wrestlers climaxed a fine 1952 season by staging a dra-...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 38

…Page Two, Section Two (Continued from Page 1) Knape, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Barker, Sherwood $arman and Lee Hare- lik, Robert Barnes and Barbara Hubbard, Charles Barnhart and Mary Vanker, Stuart Baruck and Lydia Penrod'. BOB BARRETT and Mary Lowen, Ralph J. Barron and Mar- ilyn Ridley, Bill Bates and Ann Furstenaw, Russel Baum and Hel- en Ballard, W. S. Bauman and Shirlee Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baunow, Bill Baur and Joyce Thomas, Jim Beauder ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 39

… , WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE New Mentor, Young Squad Give Hope r For Rise in Wolverine Cage Fortunes * * * * v ' WILLIAM PERIGO ... new head cage coach By DICK LEWIS Youth, spirit and a climb out of the dephts of the Western Con- ference second division should be the keynote of Michigan basket- ball in 1952-53. And the irst step toward a big time court attraction in Ann Ar- bor has been taken wit...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 39

…M d*Nln Frar 9. 1953 T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Page Three, Section Two monacy, e . y,r TDw , t i NAMES .... (Continued from Page 2, Section 2) and Eileen McDorough, Reynolds Cordes and Jackie Bergey. : William Coulter and Delphine Walgenbach, Hanle Crapo and Dorothy Allasen, James Crawford and Ernastene Hebert, Harry Criel and Laura Weible, Wendell Culbertson and Beth Capitanio, Roger Curran and Anne Robinson, Dick Curry and Mary Kuizenga...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 40

…GE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 - I _____________________ tering press notices the Boilermak- both football and basketball round out the rest of the Maize mmmmmmmmmm YO 00 (Continued from Page 4) slapped out a sub-par 71 in a practice round but this proved no good omen. .. * S BOTH PURDUE and Ohio, State, with revenge in their' hearts, downed the "M" squad. Purdue drew a sweet 25-11 tri- umph while OSU had to figh...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 40

…PaeFour, Section Two T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Monda v; Februnrv 9_ 1193 Page.Fur, SctionTwo.TE MIC IGAN As ILYfvl I,.s,',A,, 1 y 7l 0 10 I D YOU R ENT! A NN ARBOR OFFICE MACHINES .211 Eost Liberty Phone 8727 ONE STOP at Packard Laundry takes care of all 3! and fast! S' Q J-HOP COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE G F s . * i-Hop Makers Dazed By Baroque' Success This is a human interest story. PROBABLY the biggest prob- It is the story of ten peo...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 41

…Monday, February 9, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five, Section Two NAM ES Helen Carlsen Tom Graham and o> o o o<=>o Jean Parker, Jack Gray and Mari- lyn Merrell, Richard Graves and0O (Continued from Page 3, Section al Barbara Pryor, George Granger K v and Phyllis Fricke, Jerry Gray and Priest, Irvin Fieber and Lorraine Mary K. Caris, Myles Gray and FOR THAT VALENTINE'S DAY GIFT Wonia, RayondF sher and anMarilyn Osberg, Henry Green and Wosmak, ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 42

…Page Six, Sect ion Two T HE MIC H IGA N D A ILY Mondovy tebruory 9, 1 Page.ix, ectin TwoTHE CH ANDALYMnd ,Febrary 91953 / V f _ BODY This creature was . . . NAMES... (Continued from Page 5, Section 2) nie Sinkule, Arthur Haines and Gloria Haines, Gene Halbrook and Joanne Pincoe, John M. Hale and Marjorie Kler, Charles Hall and Betty Steele, Robert Halleen and Joann Kehrer, James Hamburg and Joyce Kaiser, Bill Hamil and Gitta Gosziniak, W...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 43

…Monday, February 9, 1953 NAMES ... (Continued from Page 6, Section 2) san Riggs, Bob Johnson and Doi ,t ores Logsdon, Duane Johnson and Mary Hall, Gary Johnson and Re- becca Badger, Martinus Johnson and Barbara Crane, Red Johnson and-Mary Jo Frye, Floyd Johnston and Betty Brown. Peter Johnston and Ruth Ro- senbusch, Al Jones and Virginia Brewer, Earl Jones and Virginia Lee, Elton Jones and Harilee La- cey, Harry Jones and Carolyn Walker, John ...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 44

…Monday, February 9, 1 Page Eight,;Section Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . . - I v I - '- I I I N-J I % 1 -4 LLe f A I L- I i A A ECMaryann Sarnak, Enver Mehmed- basich and Irene Mahler, Dilip *_Mehta and Martha Mitchell, Rob- (Continuedfrom Page 7, Section 2) ert Meisel and Naomi Walton, John Melick and Gloria Anton, Dick Merrill and Kathleen Keely, Mahoney and Barabara O'Donnell, Bob Mersereau and Muriel Jacob- Kuldip Maini and Marlies Maini...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 45

…Aondavy February 9. 193 T HE MIC HIGA N D A ILY Page Nine, Section Two.. " r, ,vrAuy r ,.riirrv 9 H.IHGN1AL.aeNne eto.w NAMES... (Continued from Page 8, Section 2) nd Corinne Secord, Warren Nor- uist and Carol Lutz, Paul Nowak nd Janet Myers, Roy Nowak and qan Gustaffson, James J. Nyberg nd Mildred Chapman. PETER OAK and Betty Shana- )arge, Galen Ohmart and Cyn- his LaPond, Bill Ohst and Jean- iette Natzel, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- iam O'Keeffe...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 46

…Page Ten. Section Two T HE M IC H IGA N D A ILY Monday, February 9, 1I ....Te...Section.Two..THE.M.CHI..AN..AILY. Monday,-Feb_...r_.9,.1 I? rr,{.-:f."r'"".a}aa;,. ". :;rr1".v ."lr v:.+"ar+.+.s".:"r."rf.".":."::" 1.. ..+.vrrx.:":.".:1v::.".t"."vr :>....> f " "l "..:. r":.,J........ ",,"" .": rY" trrfr,::",V.:Y: MVfr t". :": r.1::+: :1 .+MVrfY :".", "r:: rfrf t", "","" ::"' tY YVlt:r .".t"r:: if . .1",+"Y.".">.::1+ '".Y. "1"" ' -Y:"11;. { :...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 47

…:ay, February 9, 1953 T HE MI C HIGA N D A ILY Page Eleven, Section Twa .,. -,I Februay , I193-TE MIHIN-DI LY..o-eElevn, Section Two Lindberg, Charles Stark and Joan Chiravola, Bob Steiner and Ann A M ES . Batchelder, Sheldon Stearns and Carole Michels, Mr. and Mrs. Don- tinued from Page 9, Section 2) ald Stearns, Jack Stevens and Colleen Morgan, James Stewart Silver and Ellen Sherman, and Pat Kendrick, Jim Stewart Silverberg and Nancy C...…

February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 48

…Page Twelve, Sec tion Two T HE M IC H IGA N D A ILY Monday. February 9. 1 Page.Twelve,.Setion Two THE MsH A.rDAILY Mondy. Feh ar av 9 1 the cotton blouse is a good mixer and a smart spring fashion tonic A. Neway tailored shirt with jaunty French ,cuffs and dolman sleeves. Pink, maize, white or coral. Sizes 10 to 16.:f 5.95- B. Tri-tone blouse in white with red and A navy, white with grey and black or white with tan and brown. Sizes 32 to ...…

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