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February 11, 1952 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…J-HOP EXTRA Monday, February 11, 1952 Price: A Dime or a DoI1at SEEND-HOP SEE STORIES, PICTURES, NAMES-SECTION TWO Four thousand strong, University students and their guests glided to the tunes of Charlie Spivak (above) and Johnny Long in the midst of a tropical wonderland. Some got autographs, others listened, everyone danced. …

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY M nl~ d ntr Fb a 11d Pn e way,oe Fruary i , IA95A2 CAMPUS HIT ByMalarky eIls- PWorlds Clash "It's nothing really, in the over- al makeup of the spheres." VESTIG TIONS That is how Professor Dan M. Malarky, of the philosophy depart- ment, modestly describes the im- By ERASMUS DOOLINGLE portance of his life works. S . The axe has fallen. tUnder the searching probe of BUT THOSE who know Profes- Sthe House Un-Midweste...…

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…Mohday, February 11; 1952 T HE MIC H IGA N D A ILY cage Three THATCHER IN UTh By NEWBOLD MORRIS and ROBERT ALPHONSO TAFT Congressional bloodhounds let out the loudest yelp to date in their investigations of pinkish Midwestern University yesterday after hearing Midwestern's gibbering President Har- ly Thatcher admit that his estranged wife and brother-in-law had bilked his institution out of $6 billion in real estate fees by cornering all t...…

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…Pone Four T HE MI CH IG AN D A ILY Mondov Februnrv 1 1 19S2 PoyqeFor HEMIHIyGANDAILY We_ y __Isu Victory T'S IN A WAY hard to settle friendship thatis seldom found TODAY, comrades, snow drifts down from the rush and hub- at the University of Michigan. abjectly against the great bub of getting the sJ-Ho Extra It is to this that we contribute, glass doors of the Administration together and write this. The Etra for the fund is to us a memoria...…

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…Monday, February 11, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five CINEMA OFFICIAL -;_ BULL HALITOSIS, produced, direct- short sotry, "War and Peace" by f, ed, adapted filmed, spliced, sli- Margaret Mitchell and though at (The Daily Official Bll ispublihed f5 ; ed, tarred and feathered right esho uity be es al Eaily. It is official. No me e need be here in Ann Arbor. tad uueseicswl ercie mot intelligible the plot would at 120 E. Liberty Street.) Q HALITOS...…

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…Page Six T HE MI CH IGA N D AILY Monday, February 11, 1952 New 'U' Ban Squelches Social Life! The academic world reeled in amazement yesterday as President Hank Thatcher an- nounced a new University reg- ulation banning all social ac- tivities. The President, standing on a grave marker in Geddes ce- metery as he denounced dates, beer and fraternization, ex- pressed his hope that the precedent would be followed by colleges all over the cou...…

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…A^PftAn.i PAhrt inrv 11 19 2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven onaay MICI-IcflA DAL Paa SevenL...., GGIES WRECK lhi LAN; RAIMM, IIIMpm ' HAS1 MR AN Im" T * e s * n RY FOR DE-EMPHASIS MAY LEAD TO THE END OF ALL THIS nvetigtion of Buxom eauty u ens gins By GIMMY NICHOLS Special to The Daily WASHINGTON-Subsidization of buxom beauty con- st winners at Rives Junction, Mich., football school was arged yesterday by a key witness in hearings before...…

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…Page Eight' T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Monday, February 11, 1 Pag Eiht-HE. C.G...A.Y.Mndy ...ebruary... , 1 1 Tri- Chi'sAdm Sisters of Chi Chi Chi sorority voted last night to accept Gypsy No e Lee as an honorary member of the group. In announcing the decision Clar- issa Upgirdle, '53 P, remarked "We girls of Tri Chi wanted to cite Miss Lee for her splendid efforts to Border Clash May Lead to World War I// Special to The Daily HIGPOOR, Vlad...…

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…indav Februarv 11. 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY at r.i{J t..l i .r 1.li M\.fir s" "r~s w __ ._ __ ._ _ _ ___ _ rlo'unce Whiqggens' Nuptuals ON THE HIOUSE By JENNIFER CLUTCHLE " JUST TOLD Harly that we couldn't live in that packing crate at S.. .Ohio State any longer, so he arranged to be appointed president of the University and then, of courae, we got to live in this new big house on the campus," a. Harly Thatcher revealed yes rday. Mrs. Thatc...…

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…Page Ten T HE MC H IGA N D A ILY Monday, February 11',. 191 .gTnH MC G N rMdyFruary., 1.., 19. i Opera oses Legs; Goes On Anyway Tryouts Will Be Held Throughout the Week (EDITOR'S NOTE: Warning! This Is a half-way serious story.) An outbreak of leg thefts has caused local police to suspect a new way for students to satisfy their sex drives. Some time during registraiton three huge posters, decorated with nearly life-size leg art, were st...…

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…Mday, February 11, 1952 T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Pna Elva ragei5Deven IL'S ANTI-BIAS, HONEST-SL aring, Surprise Decision Made By ARDY VARK Special to The Daily ALTO, Mich.--The Student Legature, by a convincing 19-21 count, early this morning ned itself with the forces of anti-discrimination. In a boldly controversial move, the Ligature passed a resolution, which reads: "The lent Ligature is against discrimination." The measure was intro...…

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…"" .. Pace Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAIi Y AA....,.J.. C,. .., ..., Y , rL- Pag rwrve. -r . . aa.i r, 1.L ivonaaSyr l-ebruairy I, Tt 19,:i~M ~Al I , VIEWS OF MEN WHO MA1 * * .* 0*0 * * * 5 5 5 HIS IS a year of decision. Y This year, the American people must lay their future on the line. At no time since the founding 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...…

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…J-HOP iItrJtIn U UIf SEC. 2 Monday, February 11, 1952 Sec. Two, Page One S ... the 1953 J-Hop Committee L 't 2 i A k F r i E I { i 1 a ( 2 l c7 i 1 r (}i 1 r { < ; rY J By VERNON EMERSON It was a blend of many things, but all added up it seemed that just about everyone at the 1953 J-Hop had a pretty fair time. Whether it was the sweet Spivak, hot Long music com- bination, the tropical setting, the chain of parties before and after the ...…

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…Sec. Two, Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 1 1, 1952 Sec.Two Pag Tw THEMICIGANDAIY Moday Febuar.11,195 V r r ?'Zh "........... "S .. ""ms s ___. _a..a"S ", ,'. i-v 9acotion' lSi Sura4 Spatter iraced Print A dress as refreshing and new as the very first blade of grass and shaped along those sleek, contoured lines . just the way you, and we, like it with a deep-dip neckline and curved pockets boldly bordered by whisper- soft bl...…

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…Monday, February 11, 1952 T HE MIC H IGA N D A ILY Sec. Two, Page Three Monda, Feruary11, 952 HE MIHIGA DAIL Sec Two PeThe J-Hop After the ball was over and all who attended the 1953 J-Hop had gone home, the eight energetic people who have worked for months to make the undertaking a success did some cleaning up, breathed a sigh of relief and went back to being students again. "But it was fun while it lasted," the committee members agreed....…

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…Sec. Two, Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY A~rntnv F:Ariw~-.r1 74 2 Sec. Twov rr Page Four yr THE ivuriuyIrrury 11,A1jlY r BY ORDER OF FEDERAL AUTHORITIES "THE P-X" MUST BE DISCONTINUED GOING EVERYTHING... YES !! EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD TO THE BARE WALLS OUT nF UIIiEQQ MI UUUIIliiiU Must Be Cleared Out by Feb. 23 Regardless of Losses AND FRANKLY, FOLKS... WE'RE STILL LOADED Help yourself to Bargains You'll Never See Again! Help Us Sell Ou...…

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…Mondiav February 11 /92 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,>ec. Two, Page Five tyl111 UiyH M H A A YeToPeF i DANCERS RELAX IN HOUSE BOOTH ON SIDELINES COUPLES LINE UP IN MEMORABLE POSES THE MOST POPUJLAR PASTIME OF ALL NEW and USED TEXTBOOKS and SUPPLIES for all University Courses Engineers and Architecture Students: We have a complete line of equipment for you as well as for all oth- er schools and colleges of the University. Notebooks, fountain pe...…

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…Sec. Two, Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Birckhead and Billie Reed, Ralph Bird and Carol Drake, Valentine N A M E" Birds and Joan Voige, Earl Bishop and Marie Boone, Jim Bishop and (Continued from Page 1) Ellen Harman, David Bittker and Helen Schiff. Purstenau, Bruce Bartholmew and Douglas H. Blanks and Billie Barbara Smead, John Bauer and Anne Patterson, Dave Blanchard Marie Abendroth, William Baur and Kathryn Severance, Victor and Beverly S...…

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…Monday, February 11 192 T HE MI CH IGAN D A ILY Sec. Two, Page Seven , , av / .v..a v . ii.. lnra.Fbur 1-15 THE MICHIssGTV AN DaIL"Sc ToPgeSee NAMES.. . (Continued from Page 8) as, Howard M. Dess and Irene F. Dess, Harold Dentscher and Miss Beverly Eaton, Donald DeVries and Carolyn Fisk, Tony DeWan and Mary Letsis, Richard Dewey and Dora Byerly Sam M. Deyo and Sally Weber, Bill Dibble and Phoebe Ann Ellis, Wilbur Diehl and Audrey Murphy,...…

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…Sec. Two, Page Eight T HE MICH IGAN DA ILY Monday, February, 11, 1951 Musical Contest on Friendly SidE By J. CORSEY DALLAHAN Charlie Spivak a n d Johnny Long alternately filled the giant I-M Building - usually echoing from referee's whistles - with strains of the nation's most danceable dance music during the 1953 J-Hop. The 2,000 males present softly yodeled dance tunes, accompanied by Johnny's violin or Charlie's trumpet, into the ears o...…

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…Mndalv February 11. 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I IVlLl7 t t NAMES... (Continued from Page 7) Gary Graves and Marilyn Breback, Myles Gray and Marilyn Osberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greager, Al- vin Green and Miriarn Blan, Mil- ton Green and Sally Garfinkle, Leonard Greenbaum and Judith Levine, Paul Greeberg and Alice Pullman, Robert Grew and Anne Bailey, Ken Grieser and Sue St. Louis, Lawrence Griewski and Jo Anne Beck, Ed Griffin and Pat Irving,...…

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…Sec. Two, Page Ten (Continued from Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. David W. Lake, Hen- ry Lang, Jr. and Barbara Louns- berry, Bill LaNouette and Margie Spindler, Lyle LaPine and Dona Carlson, Peter Lardner and Mar- ion White, Joe La Rue and Carol Vanderzee, Peter K. Lashmet and Cynthia Hendrian, M. Lashmet and Amy Monis, Larry Tatigan and Fae Baughan, Jack Lawrence and Sandra Koch. Allan J. Lawson and Liz Clap- ham, Robert Lawson and Patricia Fisher, Pet...…

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…kwn d Febri ary 1 1 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sec. Two, Page Eleven rv nonciy a , uiy , -" THE ICHGAN AIL Sec Tw, Pae Eeve 4IAMES .. (Continued from Page 10) Milroy and Nanette Wilhelmi, Ed- rard Minor and Felice Azen, Ken litchell and DonaLee Davenport, teve Mitro and Beatrice Johnson, ;tuart Mittenthal and Lois Klein. Ran Modlin and Harriet Tepper- an, William Mollhagen and Ed- th Miller, Richard Moline and udie Lindeman, Otto Molmen and...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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. ...…

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…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 ...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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 ...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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 ...…

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…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 ...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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, ...…

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…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...…

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…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 ...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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;. { :...…

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…: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...…

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…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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