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THE

CHTGAN DAILY

THE C14~CAN DAILX

ADS SHOWA THAT ANIMALS
USED TO ATTEND ASSEMBLIES

ents, profe ssor°s, donkeys, and
ines other personages used to
Unliversity assembllies in the
days whelln1such 1meetings,
elad, if r'eCOrds of I te period can
'lieed, l. The('assembl1)iesor
1 services,' "-were c om1pulsoryt
whole stund(n1) ody', an1d %were
>the largec room on tle tMir(,
f aTsonl hall which h)as nowv
niverted into u1se by, the public
ig departmlent.
f the favorite means of thwart-
ch' assemblies wvas by the sim-
pedient of disabling the hell.
Lapel bell, it seoims, borrowed
the Mlichigan Central railroad
purpose, was t11he openlinLgw go
11 assembly, and when the belle
t of Ordern ono of the students
d. On cold ni,,hts the hell vas

turned upside dlown, filled with water',
and allowed to stand,. In the morn-
ing when the chapel services were
due the sexton would p~ull and pull
on the hell cord, and the gong would
swing merrily back and forth-mnuf-
fled completely with ice.
Finally the hell disappeared alto-
gtrand thereafter chapel services
were, held without its aid.
Then, when the chapel services
were held in spite of everything, stu-
dTents of a resourceful nature still
found means to rather diminish their
effectiveness. One of the most fav-
ored of these means was the admis-
sion of donkeys, geese, cows, and
other animals who displayed a thirst
for religion and education; but such
guests were unpopular with the fac-
ulty, and generally ejected before any
serious disturbance took place.

FA O SENGINEER! Hoover Is Victorious him fr t bick e t Lowden on.
To L CT R H R I orellcto1t the [university osf Cincinnati the
In C rnel' Elctio 1Hoover sulilorters have organized a
C. Richard Soderburg will lecture -- - dub) to (collect votes for him11, pre-.
tomorrow at the College of Enginreer- Secretary of Commerce Iho-over was 'sumably oil the assumptioyn that ther~e
l- ng "Architectur Al "Vibration jp reside ntial pi lsis bein h s eld innthe o te atll a univer i ;typll
jProblems on Design and Coustru111(11011 universcities throughout, the counltry.
of Large Electrical Machines." ;At :Ithaca, the Cornell students and _________________________
Mr. Soderburg is Swedish Iby Birth=I faculty cast 316 votes of the Republi- A CA h'70
can total of 1070 'Tor Hoover. Gov- 20
adis a graduate (A a ~ieri in ;3'35u 8.40 1
and university ~ernor Al Smith received 436 of the 566 _________________
Sweden. He was a graduate student' votes in the D~emocratic party.
at the School cf Bridges and Roach; Hughes mradle all unexpectedly TODAY O NLY
ill St. Petersburg, Russia, under Prof. 'strong showing. HIs name had not
Timscenoan lte cmetoths benprinted oni he iballots, but it MILTON SILLS
country to study at the Massachusetts, was written Ii of ton enough to tie
Institute oW Technology., Later, while ________________________
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Mr. Charles A. Sink, President,
University Musical Society,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Deair Mr. Sink:
In the same degree that the university in any
state represents the peak of attainment in the
professions, and industrial arts and sciences,
it should be the leader in musical matters.
Surely the -1928 May Festival1r at Ann Arbor
is a monumental testimony that the Univer-
sity School of Music is: functioning. as it
should.
I beg you to 'accept the congratulations
and best wishes of our entire departm~'ent.
I remain,
Sincerely, yours,
(Signed) H. W. STEPHEN,
HWS/MOB Director, Dept. of Music.

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