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colors desperately, The sophomores,
who went into the rush, may well be
proud of their deserved victory. They
fought for their class and fought well.
We congratulate 1914,-and we con-
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The Student Council, under whose,
auspices the rush was conducted, is
desirous of making formal presenta-
tion of the captured flags to the sophs
who climbed the poles and pulled them
down. This proposal is most* com-
mendable and should become a cus-
tom. The men who captured the flags
should be allowed to retain them, as
mementos. If they could be assured
that they could keep them the fight for
possession of the banners after they
had been pulled down would be obvi-
Only one of the flags used Saturday'
is now in the possession of the Coun-
cil, the others being in possession of
those who have no right to them. The
Council officials desire that these& flags
be left at the Union clubhouse where
the formal presentation is to be held,
and their wishes should be regarded.
I town . all
According to our immemorial cus-
tom we refuse to. exercise our mind
on a Saturday. We hasten to add that
those who don't believe that the com-j
pilation of this monument to Pure
Reason is work are invited to attend
in the office any morning while Ye Ed
is assaulting his locks.
SOPHOMORES ANNIHILATE CLASS
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1911.
Night Editor-Mack Ryan.
The second trial of the day rush
proved a distinct success. It is ex-
tremely fortunate for failure would
have caused new regulations, more
confusion and the possible loss of an
event in which is the feature of every-
one's underclass days.
A day rush can never approach a
night conflict as a spectacular contest
but that class spirit and class loyalty
can be demonstrated regardless of re-
strictions was proved conclusively by
the underclasses yesterday. The soph-
omores, in particular, deserve praise
for their plucky fight against odds.
Contrary to custom, they turned out
almost to a man and with eager en-
thusiasm attacked the freshman de-
fense.' Strategy was responsible to a
certain extent for the victory of the
sophomores but it was their determin-
ed spirit which really decided the con-
The freshmen, who went in to the
rush, have no reason to feel ashamed
of their defeat. They defended their
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the march until the Memorial building
was reached. Here a crowd of fresh-
men who had gathered on the steps
were dispersed and the sophs posed
for a "mugging."
Not a single serious injury was re-
ported either during or after the rush.
The sophomore leaders at the request
of the Councilmen called upon the
class to disperse and their order was
immediately complied with.
Proclamations. are Posted.
Many old timers suspected their eye-
sight when they beheld yesterday
morning on several. trees .proclama-
tions which reminded them of their
underclass days. Early yesterday-
morning some sophomores scattered a
few of these about State street but
they were quickly gathered up as cu-
Fresh Leader is Kidnapped.
The first year men were somewhat
chagrined this morning when Sou-
ter, the Shelby star of last year's in-
terscholastic meet, who was elected
leader last night, failed to put in an
appearance. The reason, which they
did not know, was that a party of
sophs called upon him late last even-
ing and, forcing him into an automo-
bile, took him to a house in Saline
where they kept watch until late this
morning. He retul'ned in time to
meet the victorious sophs in their
march-from the field.
Prof. Tealdi Unable to Meet Classes.
On account of illness, Prof. :Aubrey
Tealdi will be unable to meet his class-
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