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March 10, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

… Sir igan tIi WEATHER Partly Cloudy and Warmer, Moderate Winds VOL. LV, No. 91 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS B-29's Blast Tokyo in Surprise Mission * r * r 46 A6 .1.. L.P ,A- ,. . A- _i ac a* *f'7F:X *I t* * Campus Naval Unit Will Not Be Decreased Japanese apital _______ ___________ V-12 Students To Be Merged with NROTC Naval Reserve Program To Include 8-Termn Curriculum; Quota is 2100 T...…

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…THE Mi~iiG2ANDAILY . BAT DAT, N B .. . . ........ .. F.i T~s - A.wY .a 7 'iY V;1 EL i.V: Fifty-Fifth Year (he4v n4l4fi4l4 ___.._ DAILY UFFICIAL ....┬«:. ... BULLEIN 7 / l Edited and managed by students of the University of Milhigan under the authority of the Boardr In Control of Student Publications. E ditorialStaff' Evelyn Phillips Margaret Farmer Ray Dixon . Paulislin . Tank Mantho Dave Loewenberg Mavis Kennedy Dick Strickland ...…

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…u ;y:n10 h3~MiIIA AL ", : Mer en,Thiclaids De nd Big ( . Swim ers, Gindermen Wolverine Pucksters Taken Meet in Gonference Tilts y Viekers A.C. Sextet, 43 1y NK MANTHO Michigan Nalalors Fightin' Illini Oilers Gilbert Chalks Up Winning Goal in Overtime Day!Sports Editor Face Keen Rivalry Major Track Threa Period-;Greer, Silentich Tally for Michigan BUD__________yHAK___By RUTH ELCONIN By BUD ROVIT y hANK KEISER .Playing one of its most exciti...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAITV AATTMnAV lk4AWV.V lti'k A A ..LA.B. 0.d as 4F tet IT d EJ A .3.%% ~A 1%*flrff I.VtA ┬▒YmAK '/l IV, Aia "BLADES ON PARADE": Ice Show To Feature Solos, Ballet "Blades on Parade." featuring 50 figure skaters, will be given at 8 p.m tomorrow and Monday, at the Mich. igan rink by the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club. Arranged and produced by Lt Mervin Flegal. a former stage chor- eograjher now stationed at the Uni- versity, "Bla...…

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…V.BAL : 40 Years Major EXTRA4:3auj a Dance Draws Saturday, March 10, 1945 SECOND EDITION Vol. LIII H uge C row d Hal McIntyre's Band Plays Coeds Wear Camera Catches Cross-Section of Crowd Gay Tunes as Servicemen, f Civilians, Patrans Ho~ve Fun Dresses for, Approximately 2,000 dancera at .}Ite 05Victory BamiigtFdanih inke e ut V i Y. Ballof the Intra-Mural Buildig at Fabrics Fallow Styles with arteGvenen' new curfew Smooth Jersey, Crepe, Satin ...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY al Mcintyre's Band Plays1 For 3rd Annual Victory Bal By MARY BRUSH Hal McIntyre and his orchestra, wonderful possibilities in this or- best new band of the year accord- chestra. His music is refreshingly ing to a Billboard Magazine poll distinctive" of eighty college editors, high- Irving Kolodin of the New York lights Michigan's 1945 Victory Ball Sun comments, "If the fact has in the Intramural Building. not yet...…

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…oturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY embers of Victory Ball Committee re Pictured Members of the committee - -------- - - -- 'which made arrangements for the 1945 Victory Ball are pictured on this page. They were chosen an all-campus election on Janu- ary 5. The members represent the literary, engineering and ar- chitecture schools and the School of Business Administration. Page Three BILL McCONNEL DORIS HEIDGEN JEAN FLOOD PAUL JOHN ...…

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…c ..,:.,, ,t . . THE MICHIGAN DAILY - Saturday, March 10, 1945 -, I Page Four TH I MICHI CAN DAILY Satur r Third VBall Replaces J-Hop andenior Prom xA IIt SAlI 1 " II , i w.vW. ;. Cais For Curtailed Celebrations Pre-War Dances Featured Big-Name Bands, and Prafessianal Decaratians For the third time the J-Hop'> and the Senior Prom will be turn- ed into the mid-year frolic of the .: Victory Ball, and, leaving those ghastly thoughts af exa...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Our Reporter Herewith Lists al Bull His Pre-war Dreams, Plans (AFTR TIS SSU IT S N LOGERBY BONDS (AFTER THIS ISSUE IT IS NO LONGER All lectures will be given by Flynn, who were to have given the y neighborhood combination meat OFFICIAL) Adam LaZonga. lecture, are unfortunately engaged For the past year or so, my poor market and grocery store and pick Notices for the Daily Official Bull Requ...…

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…r)- - :, THF MICHIGAN DAILY SoturcnvMarch 10. 194 age ix tiL- Iyi11.tsivIN I rirtswt. ,}GkuluuY vluILE! tV i7'-F Miss Fit's Olde Agony Column What's Wrong With Me? Is It Contagious? Your Problems Shall Be Answered People don't appreciate me. I wake them up at night, and I Or You Won't Know the Reason W hy make sure that they get to classes' on time. I serenade them at the .>_ --------- ---twilight hour with music that is Editor's neta: ...…

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…x Saturday, r' oN ch 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY .I l IAA 4ZmA, ,Y Pud les of Purple Poetry or Yards of Bards Poetic Works' The Spice H ighlight COUSS he that Vary thisaway and that V - Extra From arboretum 31 and 32 To advanced classes at a f Read Wht You Wont; Ue re-wa It for Fire Tinder; Throw It Yes, courses in college Away; We Won t Core Vary-any kind you like From evolution to revolution Or how to catch a pike. upp'e -er sucker. Tru...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, !March 1O, 1945 Sorority Rushing Rules--As Is vs. Our New Way Girls Suffer Through This[Tr B Sort of Thing All coeds who registered at the Panhellenic Booth for Rushing,1 giving their draft status and the , s name of a reliable cigarette black ?' marketeer, are now eligible to run / the giuntlet of a month of par- ties. Lucky souls .I... Fushing season will begin on March 9 with all sorority houses h...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY trt, lr Alone nil Night With a Wolf in the flrboretum Dr. Ruthve My Most Intimate Experiences f4re Revealed Gives Unio Ever on the lookout for new ::.. ................ .......-.-.-.-.......... G ood O-d forms of excitement and already roared to my conversationalists. wearying from imbibing the tint- ture of greensoap which passes in. They needed little urging, for President and Mrs. '.5t xnder An...…

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…Pace Ten T HE MIC H IGA N D AILY Saturday, March 10, 1945 Pnrp T~n THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 10, 1945 Seven Types of Men on Michigan.'Hence Loathed Melancholy CMmOf Cerberus and Midnight' I Hail to thee blithe spirit; bird thou never wert" poetic words of first love, perfume counter clerk eats (as it Shelley?) have a at Helena Rubinstein s. Sdeep, ine meaning to us as 'a Profound thoughts are stimu- A d and other nature lovers,...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 T HE M IC H IGA N D A ILY P/{Y 1 . fX C o- "'..- . n g... , r s s PssHc 4eft|il ' W o r ge even ConL.gress P'-asses Ha--tef-ul 1 Work Or Fighf Bi M Youths Riot Throughout Nation As Pool Halls Shout 'Treason' Anxiuius America Awn its President's FBI Will Have Jurisdiction Over Underage 'Butt Fiends' WASHINGTON, March 9.-In a Return from Caucasian Fishing m e designed to clamp down on traband cigarettes. Check of...…

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…Page Tava THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y CatijrAn A'kIt) in4 Lag r+iv THF ICH t IC vtaN ,AHY Q-Jr ?:j V , L . C i f lon11, ors? 4 w ow in T INK, for a minute, about what's hap- pened to most of us at home in the last three years. Chances are, you've had all the work you could handle at higher wages than ever before. In spite of higher taxes and somewhat higher prices, you've netted more hard cash than ever before. You've made more money-you've ha...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 T HE MI C HIGA N D A ILY P- r Thi rieen ti- Beheve I or Note One Pac s of Fags dFound on Campu ByLIEapartandcrambl knwymfim, hI call this pieme"The.iraceTfh the Lst Weed" nt on of any Dogg. e . special fondnesa fr c thy titles, EltdIbrtit.c os, StaEl.tIdhIdburst pntoedztheoWAB but sin ply because it the situ- atiao , well. Y u see, a few weeks depAsited my find an ti bed n agypafounafulpackof cigar-s.called in my t...…

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…Pon(- Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Soturday, Morch I0, 1945 PooP Fouregc'ri THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 10, 1945 Book Reviewon Bedroom Facts Dr. Hopton, Miss Balliol Unearth 'Little" Things, Which Make Matrimony Solid' ByIn the first book of its kind, Bed ners is suppressed, the salient as- Manners and Better Bed Manners, pects of the subject are treated as by Dr. Ralph Y. Hopton and Anne microcosms when they should be treated as mac...…

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…Saturday, March 10 1945 T HE M IC H IGAN D A ILY P/trt Fifinr -'/ ," + +v vr rf r 1 1 age i ITeen, 1 'ffter Ball Is Over' Ann frbor Passion Begins Vos, Qui Non Potestis Dansere, Nos Vos Salutamus; 'Nuff Said By GREASY GRIND It seems only fitting in this Only 1,500 couples broken dow publication dedicated to non-aca- into components, approximate demic revelry that we take cog- 1500 men are victims of the m qizance of the guy who doesn't g...…

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…TNF MIC'HIt AN DAILY Saturday, March 10, 1945 V% e.. 1~ ei ct en1 T L Ii 1f4L-41 N lIl SIt rMrch 1,14 F Looking for some place special to eat or someU can't go wrong by looking in at any of these pla. your date is a Michigan Coed show your ingenuji is an out-of-town gal take her to the gang's hidoe rounds. SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Start out the evening with Chinese food, or come in later for your midnight snack. THELJBERTYCAFE 613 East Liber...…

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… Saturday, 1 crch 10, 1945 TH E MIC HIGAN DA 1Y Pn p SeventCaen k . Sat u~sr +'y vv a rday Mnfcil0 194fTi,14IVGg I t C i-tg special to do? Well, Victory Ballers, you ,s, 'cause they are all out to serve you. 0 If ty by taking her some place different, or if she uWt. But most of all remember to make the A WHITE FRONT 5:30 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. 810 South State WEBER'S TAVERN GD EOpen Every Night But Monday GOOD 'MEALS 3715 JACKSON RD. Ma...…

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…Pny 1-ntn THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sotujrdf'vA nr Mrh 104c;5 I .,- '- THrMICIGANDAIL Mm THIS, TOO, IS CHEMISTRY'S DOINGS THE PITIFUL story of Hepsibah Ann I'll tell you as faithfully as I can. Hepsibah lived all the days of her life With normal amounts of joy and strife. She'd cut her teeth and learned to walk And amazingly early she learned to talk. She went to school and, so I'm told, She always was just as good as gold, She played in all th...…

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…Saturday, March 10p 1,945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pan Nin f -ng S "turday, March 11IL 0.ii t 1945 THE MeI $ere ilre Your Women!-- Targets for Tonigh! T Oh! Horace, B I'l Slap You On the Wrist Allen Rumsey: Norma Cloon '48 L.S.A., Wakefield, Mich.; Bet- ty B. McColl, Detroit, Mich.; El- lin Arden, '48 L.S.A., Detroit, Mich.; Faith Simpson, '46 Ed.; Ann Richmond, '46 L.S.A.; Yan- ya Prokokov, Vladivostok, Siberia; Janice Stuck, '47 L.S.A.; Harr...…

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…Page Twenty T HE MIC H IGA N D AISLY Saturday, March 10, 194 ~tf t t 41aiti BARNABY By Crockett Johnson - Cyigh, 145, the NwspapPm, 7n1 V-BALL STAFF My, it's nice to see you, Ellen. Old Mr. Dormant's office is I'm all ready to go to lunch. at the end of the corridor. partes-rectntric ,B.th EDITOR ... But would you like to see He's in there now. Feeding partners run things. But he Ray Dixon where I work? My boss is out. pigeons at the window...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 TE M IC H IGAN D AILY Page Twenty-One Patrons isted For Annual ictory Ball Gov. Kelly, Pres. Ruthven, Regents, Professors Named Patrons for this third V-Ball in- clude Governor and Mrs. Harry F. Kelly, President and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven, Vice-President and Mrs. 4. P. Adams, Vice-President and Mrs. R. P. Briggs, Vice-President and Mrs. M. L. Niehuss, Vice-Pres- Went and Mrs. S. W. Smith, Re- gent Vera B. Baits and Mr....…

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…Pae Tw,,enty-Two THE MICHIGAN DAFL Saturday, March 10, 1945" Unpire Shortage Blacks Out 1945 Baseball MacArthur To .Exchequers Michigan Teams Stack Up as Manage News; At Last on Menaces To All Ann Arbor Yor"k Yankees - -- _ - YereMichigan's athletic teams of the cdoctors and nurses in the mre 0CCCTMLB's Latest Edict 19445 spring season shape up as the subtle art of first aid- Michigan Mentors Jump in number one teams not only in Victory Pro...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twernty-Three M's Sterling BARNABY By Crockett Johnson Where DID Barnaby Yes . . We've appraised your Mr. Dormant must be a rautia s man. Glad to be of service, Mr. a'Mc~e High-W i re go? He's not in that plant and analyzed the market But is a hundred million ENG office. I peeked in- potentialities of your product. You'll probably make millions. D Gf rt t rd But Mr. Dormant isn't quite It's ...…

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…Page Twenty-Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 14, 1945 Pae e nty-your.THEsMICHIGAN DAIL- Saturdayr M.rch 10. 194 It . -, . .. Groundhog's Meteorology More Than Hit andMyth, Logan Says By PERRY LOGAN There has been some talk of ized that the name Fox should be get a lot of posters and stories and late ('of late' is a slang expression added to every entrenchment in build it up big, just like the Digger meaning ever since Friday, Feb...…

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…Saturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Twenty-Five Saturday, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Twentv-Five~ - But Her Daddy's Still in the Fight, and the War Bonds You ought Back in the Days of Pearl Harbor are Still Needed in the Fight, Too -for Victory! EMEMBER this touching picture of a little girl's farewell to her war-bound daddy? Appearing shortly after Pearl Harbor, it touched the hea:ts of millions of Americans and ...…

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…Page Tw\Aenity-Six T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Pose Tw -Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY For fll You Hectic Hooligans We Bring You, Stripped to Essentials, The End of Five Stories As is all:too often the case in Benson and the White Slave Rack- peek, gentlemanly averted. Quick- our modern hectic times, many e Raph Benson, lack3de SeCOndy oervMosher k eed er th the persons, even connoisseurs, hesi- et;RahBensonlae d (1.,yalT ) ceedche h dhe tate ocasion...…

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…r,}, srr-lnxr AAnre k 1.0 1'44r, THE MICH1CAN nAIt Y 71-10mac u c-ipn trv I - JI u r-%f1v A liv 'ag1wE--,:e t Uncle Hirams Cozy Corner for Tale Lovers C h a rlie grandmother had handed down to quite exuberant with ioy. by point- Auntie Chalice and Flossie were her, and although to be truthful ing out to him that, "after all, he at first puzzled as to vhat hap- she enjoyed the praise, she didn't had completely missed the baby p ned but w...…

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…Page Twenty-Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~U' Liquifies As V-Day Hits Ann Arbor peole are h rolling druny) in ur aigm oVBali 90o le" The Union isetn upfe .rnk yat sc ed b the ba. Crewlfe -oa wit e law. th a C n e ig Tel oceral drgor es ie a y Tigs Girs gervernaih rmdTis r ne a tdn aed H lowsn soc tp ig ion.s (onThe Arorumsi). c DROOPEARlssN- PRDdTON OFks THIG TOd COMEttn Dul2 horsofthe day). YouPE H ed takiins im po ee to Vaalin16 o .r elsre. ex...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twenty-Nine -So turdav. March 10, 195 i r ,,)a~.--A1V.IU r IT,-,t%, 3 9 , 1. . Srhsrrlnv Mnrrh 10 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twenty-Nine Lila Ditwater Gives Advice To Writers Young Authors Get Critical Analysis from Big Authority The Daily brings you a .new column by literary expert Lila M. Ditwater. Miss Ditwater an- swers the questions of young writers. Below is printed some of her recent correspondence. Dear M...…

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….Paae 1 -norv t THE MICHIGAN DAILY Scttt.arcinv Mn.rrh in l OAIR -' ;. .W q erl rTHE MICHIGANx.DAILY AAuu-k invlOfur 0 Campus Is Big Puddle U irtil June Grl Don't Wear Curls. Thaw Turns Engine Arch Itt: Ark; Towels Carried Daily Sponsors Poll To Find Basis of Forced Beer-Swilling C: Whether or not students be tween the ages of 18 and 25 shoul be given one year of compulsor beer drinking was the subject o: a poll yesterday sponsored jo...…

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…Satu rdav, March 10, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Th;,ty-One Saturday. March 10. 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Thirty-One Tale of Woe: Why We Lost To Buckteeth Mighty Mites of Michigan Couldn't Cope With Unfavorable Weather When you, dear reader, have finished this magnificent tome, you shall know the full story of why we, The mighty Wolverines, succumbed to 'dem bums' of Ohio State. It is one of the most orn- ery, deceitful episodes in the...…

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…Page Thirty-Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, March 10, 1945 Pictures "f Dcncers t 1945 ictory Bal1 -All Photos by John Horeth Happy dancers are shown enjoying the third annual war-time Victory Ball. Students, guests and friends came from all over to dance to the music of Hal McIntyre and his orchestra. The weather was cloudy as thousands of dancers jammed the Intra-Mural Building to be a part of the biggest all-campus dance of the year. In sp...…

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