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March 15, 1910 - Image 1

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Bohnsack and Leger WXill Cooin
pete Saturday==Syracuse Lb1
Get a Few Second s andTi Bird,


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PlIans for Chor Il Unon are Near=
ly Compiled First Concert
Comes May 5

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Elahborate Plans Being Made for In'- tFe
terschalastic Meet.

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No. 14.
Senate Council Denies Request of
Union and Acts on Freshman
'lie finanetcil tatus of lie Michigan
ececcee receivedciaccrcshicncgiblow at the
handscof he Uciersiy Secate last
cciiiitcwceci that orgacnization's request
forepermissentcuteecciocn a cmistrel show
Fhi sprccicn cciis decied. Atogh the
hoardiniCoLnctrol of Non-ahetic orgai-
'aiis hadcc rcomeeitnccdeei that lie re-
iesccifte oLioci ie grantted, te m-
tio to eenicy icon carried without oppo-
Lasit cclccwhecn the Uniocn et efore
tct ieeeltyitotie inicpcermision to give
Fhe' el~cecccwcichlaticer icme "Koaza-
land," temictsiont sas icenico00con-
Litiouithaeet cccifecrther pulcieentertain-
Fet egen byii'th ie Michigan Uio
this Fearc. nitwever,te ficaneial needs
ofthe orgpanizactionc ct tis time made
t ieractie thact socmething e done,
-Int te officers cnd direcoro determined
cco caciicccii icesecure perccissio, if pos-
Fie, t ice iceicncstre show, the kid
ofil ccii ecerlciccceecclswhich has in pe-
ciou icearceepcciiied the iggest finacial
ii. Accordicnly te mcater was take
befel c te honed iccCoctrol of Nn
No- lcetic eorganizationcs, which decided
theat, icee it ccinojucrisditiocn over the ase.
t referredi lie rneuet to the Seate
Coucilc, wiicl lie receocmcmecdation that
Feeeect euponc favorahly. Hence the
ctionc of te Senate last ight came as
Icupieetie lie oficers of the Uion
\\ihenc apptiedecoeelte acion taken,
ciisi cci JaesecfK. FWatkinis was plainly
" L'W e sedefieeepercmission to give the.
intiereielicit, because just a the pis-
'ccc te'--cccencwe are saring at the
"capigneeeefete clnubhocceefunds-we need
moey ccbadly. It was uncderstood at the
iete ie cidly gractedi permission to
put on 'iceoceccacce,' thai no furher
tticelnF oiFthead cncture would e made
$}ccr, cbciticcder lie conditioncs we
hadihopeedcte Ie aeei to give the minstrel
"FL 'iilie U'niont make any other
eiiet ice raise cmocey in that or a
einieece wcy this scricg?" he was asked
"I cniiot saiy asitInthat, There will
'cit e etinig of te diretors shortly,
cItelt hthe iciacncto e followed will
'el 'eiiccupo.''
Facing rai cthieritact anqueting is to
be Flee ccogrden adhered to this year in
F eanulseeceal ecfair traditiocnaly
nii m asi c cthe :'reshcmcacn Banuet. This
'Fng wasi c c dieicccide occat a cmeetig of
lice cmmeeittee chac~ircmenc held Sunday ad
'n their eteitione icethe Senate Council
lasi e ight ,'applicatioci was nmade for a
dne. 'he coucecil ook p te petition
ciu cciiin ee oclockhande after rigid cross
cc ci ciciee of lie three freshmen
-ecpec ceictie cc cclii presented it the in-
iiuacci cii e imm crscishedic ocipro and
:nn 'cmiiipng thes e'sfor act hocur ad
t af loniger, their Fical decision takng
"FL Ferccs, It ics encrepresented to
thec SeeatieeCuncil Ilac there will e no
c eecucecby ucpperclassenccor others,
iiithe cproedccIniterFraterntey
F 'ece' ecciteeece ccciMarch 2st tnext,
theef ore
"13e it Fiesoledce, That percmissiot is
eregientoleecclisuch fucntio, it
bing is itinctly understoodc , that any i-
c,'ec e ctherewith, cccilie part of
cc, eite' tsincut cwiii rencder the of-
ii ce iciletIndisicilie''
IFhe' freshmancha cecirmuet cere ucaci-

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fuccci ee shcotuldFee'pisvenc cncdlunder
'cccii ceecondiionecs ciii expressed them-
se <sicefavorc of cc dacee rather than
(Coninused on Pate 3.)

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