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CLASS SCANDALS, FOT
ADMINSTRA TIVE RI
FRESHMAN WEEK ORIENITAION
OF MUCH FUN
COUNCIL RUNS ELECTIONS
Graduate Student's Filibuster Pre-
vents Adoption of New
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The proposec amendment would
allow a quorum of a mere handful
of Union members 'to pass an
amendment to the constitution,
which at present quite sensibly'
calls for a larger quorum of 600.
Just as the amendment was about
to be passed at the pep-meeting,
and fully three-fourth of those
present came with no thought of
the Union amendment, a graduate
student fillibuster ed, long enough to
bring the unsuspecting body to its
senses, and the motion was quashed
by an overwhelming majority.
The most humorous situation
that arose during the month, aside!
froe the Council-conducted class
'elections, was the furor of a little.
business trip to the Southland by
Professor Fielding H. Yost, director
of Athletics. This trip immediately
followed the loss to Indiana, and
the nation believed that Professor'
Yost was leaving Michigan to aid
his Brother-in-law, Dan McGuigan,'
coach at Vanderbilt university. It
was all news to the Professor.
Smith Vanquished, Hoover Wins
President Little apparently did
not believe in allowing student
tongues to cease wagging, for on
the first day of November he an-
nounced he would support a plan
whereby a Student Council com-
mittee would investigate faculty
members and their methods. It all'
seemed very promising, but is now
gathering cob-webs in the attic
along with the liquor investigation.
On the day after the national
presidential election, T h e Daily
stunned a Republicanly jubilant
campus by running a three column
cut of the vanquished Alfred E.
Smith, under the blazing head of
"Happy Warrior Vanquished," and
a one column cut of Hoover with
the disgrunted announcement ofj
in all Wolverine history met in the rathe students had had since the fallgeniusin m Untermeyer, whose poetry is TYPEWRITER
STHRI~fLL ,0 IA fl new Michigan Stadium that after- elections. Some 7,000 runny nosesA marked by its combination of bit- REPAIRING
hnoon. Iowa lost, 10-7.tBu the 70 , on the campus and sixty actualU ing'satire and lofty idealism, was All makes of ma-
Rr 0T R HT U00 people who lived through that cases of influenza led to almost vi-caldb thlteAyLwlhis.urgip
ON MARK FALL TEdgame will carry with them ever the ulent propaganda for the closingat PA 0ey NMO LDERf UmoT!Ht ledy tu lat e mn ol chn. OuDRr
memory of the eleven battling wol- the University. But the ad inis- tiaoIst, wITIn most brilliant genius in America." e oni ered
verines who held the rampaging tration just laughed and laughed' among the best in tTne State. TAnj
Iowa eleven scoreless in that last and laughed.e"rt'Ha A queer sidelight on Untermeyer result of twenty yars' careful
"Next President." bew people real- half. And even more than that will . After Christmas vacation, Janu- On the night of Sunday, Febru- Is the fact that he is not only a building.
ly caught the real and timely hum-w d be the lesson they learned: that in ary brought the news that Paul J. r iy literary man, but a business man of . D. MORRILL
our of the effect, and the result spite of carping critics Michigan Kern J29.are t o th Stude nty en
was some harsh criticism of 'the 'Spirit was not dormant and could Council. was placed on probation critic, anthologist, will entertain, no mean ability and success. He 17 Nickels Arcade Phoine 66i15
publication. Al died with all the still come from behind, for violation of the auto ban. This an Ann Arbor audience in the Nat- had many interests in the jewelry
Thef opn Operoy.d The Opera Gambols Out relieved him of his positions of ural Science auditoriumsh business, and is considered Ex-
Our Birthday'Settled December's events brought the Council head and editor of The "Critic's Half Holiday,"' speaking pe t on certain phases of the in-
November also brought.numerous prophecy that eachn, cceeding day IDaily. The latter was not restored- under the auspices of the Hillel-dusty
,other things of interest dPresinft 1wo 9ld befeven more eventful than natthe beginning of the present se- Foundation.
iLttle submitthd a glal fto Goverylo ffita ' itwas.Dealmer- mestet Litl dayster.ii
Green that would aeIrghI ane Ita . th thed 1 T On January 12 W. W. Cookh81L e gerer s lue wllonis
investigation of the state to the nion Opera, "Rainbow's E n d, donated the funds necessary forT of an informal talk on the subject TODAY ATHURSDAY
benefit of the University budet d which everyone but the' riter oft the completion of a law research r of modern British and AmericanATTHE
SThe Navy, powerful in the Eastthis article thought was good. library. The stipulation attached to poetry, and it is expected that his:=
was tied by Michigan in football Otto Pommerening, member of this gift were among themotivat- point of view as one of the fore-
and Michigan State was downed in the g 1928 football squad, was men- ing forces in the resignation of most Americanpoets and critics of :-
a dull game that gave little forecastn tioned aonm,-every reputable all-Anr-t President Little 10 days later.
of the classic game with Iowa a i tea picked.e tT he Reig ewiintee has tlo hiwrittenit a
week later. The landladies opened Suntging wasfire rg On January 22, 1929,kMichiganrre- hsthicredtad
another attack against the admin- ated in this month by the insistent ceive the news of the loss of .her ige number of representative
istration in the form of aoalengthyprgagndpofGerdTilley,u30. works, although he is still compara- K
.y d n tpresident. The resignation was D
petition, trying to check the o-. publicity director for the campus, unanimously accepted by the,Boardively young. He is probably best
tinuance of the dormitory ertongliding club. Gliders were finally of Regents, to take effect Septem: known for his anthologies of the25SHOWS'AT 700-8:40 25e
But the long strip of paper couldn't obtained and now almost any day ber 1wit a leave of sencecoC-glatestCpoetry of twocAtII
entangle thesturdy gears of the students c a n be seen scooting' mencingJne . wich have idespreadpopularit
steam-shovels at work on the dorm through the clouds in the Univer- T he annual -hop, peer of all so- as reference and text-books. Unter-
locations and work continued, with slY d glider. The glider, being a mo-) cial events of the year, weas heldm ea
Nevery one in Ann Arbor opposed but torless vehicle, does not con-cunder just after the final examinationsowihehavemad
Doc Lovell and Louie Lum. I the University's automobile regusa- tor the first semesterwere over,hioneofvthicmstwielradOI'E I
Atrdedlbrtionsad. concluding a semester packed with COEC K
e e ele aion an con ,Scandals a cr- ets of the last decade. both inthe
tinued consultation, the Board of Sicuny.stanc es adnited t
Regents finally decided that the phinx, junior literary honor so-th he a er andnAtedS t tesa i l ndv
founding date of the Universityg dyciety, i in on Dcm-________W___________hd._T____-
really was in 1837 and that all re- ber 8.T at a seral o Pocahontas
portsto the cotraryno atte rinitiates were scalded during the
How fully substantiated withoe wsse l docu- process of the public initiation and sA'et.cky and West Virginia goal
hree n and tesigdata, weret to an investigation of the affairE Solvay and Gas-Coke
theforeanull tan vo S be it.ts.There were rumours of a ritual that
That Iowa Game involved liquor. This was found to n'g
November 25, 1928.willever beC be false, but the investigation cons
Imarked in gold and outlined in red ptinued. As a result of the investi-o s
in the calendar of all Michigan gation, Sphinx was disbanded 'in- For,
Shistory. In the morning the fresh- definitely.ne
men beat the sophomores in the A trifle later in the month the adSainr This business has b een .growingr ever
annual fall game, but no one re- lArcade theater, long disused by stu-j Paper adAll t~i~nr Supplies ,ic twsetbihd h ert'
members or cares to remember 'dent patronage, was razed by fire, Founttain Pen ad 'verha "giving absolute satisfaction to our
that. In the afternoon was the affording a 'blazing spectacle toPesau vesa s
; Iowa game.,some 2,000 witnesses, mostly stu- I adMaeilcastom1ters. "" W believe it pays to do
*The greatest team Iowa has had dents.Enler ad Architects'M tra busiscss in a friendly way. If you
'ilns a decade and the pluckiest team The flu scare was more fun than Pennants and jewelry thceksso too, let's get togther.
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Starting Today, Complete Change of Program
Intimate Screen Attraction in Years
The Famous Russian Artiste
" 1Ivan Masioukine
and distinguished foreign cast
3:35 . ....
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Owing to late arrival will Just for Art
show all week News Review Topics
COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SAT., LILLIAN GISH IN "WIND"
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