M. A. JACKSON . . . . . . demonstrating her best Church Voice OdJanhlesi Singing, War, Interest Panhellenic Prexy By BETTY ANN STEVENS “I took voice lessons, and I sing sometimes,” Magaet Ann (M. A.) tickson admitted disgustedly . . . disgustedly because her sorority sters heckle her abou tit. “But the only way I can keep on key is to sing loudly. They call it my church voice,” she explained laughingly. The dark, husky-voiced Panhellenic president relaxed in the room she occupied last spring term in the D. G. house, (she’s living out now) swung her legs over the arm or a chair, and propped her feet on the radiator. “Stalin and X” “Coed of the week! Yes, Stalin and I, only he’s man of the year, isn’t he?” She thereupon launched into an intense discus sion of current affairs, finally remarking lightly, “I read the newspapers this year. I feel so enlightened, but don’t ask me about Rommel. I just keep up on Russia.” In a serious vein again, she observed, “When you think of what they’re going through over there, and the little, petty, narrow lives we lead ... it really ^akes you feel futile.” h— From ther:e the conversation passed on to pictures, then men, then enthusiastically to the man in M. A.’s life . . . Yes, my one and only . . . my Kappa Sig. I’ve been going steady since June 28, 1941, and have had a pin since January 12, 1942. He’s in the army air corps, and he’ll he getting his wings the first week in February, if the fates are kind.” Engagements According to M.A., engage ments are being announced in rapid-fire fashion in the D.G. house at present, with Peggy Ma (Please turn to page eight) --- -.1 > i/Oft l fluvcki/e /ifibtic/z Elizabeth Arden Lipstick—so velvety in texture, rich in color; smooths over the lips like satin without smudging. Fashion-right shades allow you to wear whatever costume color you wish. 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