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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February t, 1912

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The First Annual Pass the Buck
Cop-Out Edgar to the State Board of
Education, which submitted six dif-
ferent integration plans for Detroit
schools and then supported none of
them.
The Second Annual Chicken
Little The Sky is Falling Edgar to
Mayor Robert Harris, for convin-
cing city voters that re-electing
him was the only way to avoid a

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N a z i takeover by last year's
Chicken Little winner, Republican
conservative Jack Garris.
* * *
The Nikita Khrushchev Shoe on the
Table Edgar, also to Mayor Harris for
exploding at a city council meeting,
promising to "teach the people of this
city that they have a bunch of Repub-
lican councilmen who are too yellow
to place the issues before them-cheap
penny-pinching Republicans who will
not face the music."
*
The Archie Bunker All-Amen-

can Edgar to Republican city
councilman Lloyd Fairbanks for
trying to block the Ozone House
appropriation because he didn't
want "those kind of people" in the
city business district.
* * *
The First Annual Tricky Dicky Ed-
gar to the one and only Tricky Dicky,
for his cleverly-timed appearances on
national television in which he pre-
sented magical solutions to the coun-
try's problems with the true magi-
cian's flair-pulling such astounding
rabbits out of the presidential hat as
the trip to China, the wage-price
f r e e z e and the secretly-negotiated
Vietnam peace proposal.
* * *
The Pinocchio Nasal Extension
Edgar to Supreme Court Justice
William Renquist, who said that
a memo opposing court-ordered
desegregation he wrote in 1954
summarized the views of his lib-

eral boss, Justice Hubert Jackson.
The Issue in Every Pot Edgar to
campus activists, who in a clever
move, held the Administration Bldg.
last spring, demanding resolution of
six issues, including an end to war re-
search, an end to the war, use of Uni-
versity facilities for anti-war activi-
ties, continuance of Course Mart
course 327, the support of child care
facilities, and an end to ROTC.
* * *
The Ghost of Christmas Present
Edgar, for a magnanimous decision,
after months of feuding with the na-
tion's labor leaders, to ffee impris-
oned Teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa
just before Christmas.

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America Edgar to Gino's, the plastic
wonderland hamburger joint which
replaced an historic building at the
corner of State St. and Washington.

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had experience and/or training in edu-
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