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MICHIGAN

D A IL 'Y

MICHIGAN DAILY

Local Figures in News

Spotlight of Last

Semester

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Scholarship, Society,
IPolitics Athletics '
Her materaeg Made
Oper a Go 'Worthwhile'

Her Festival Termed
Rum Drinking Brawl

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Students in

Indigent
School

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Campus
of Past

Celebrities

Political Scientist
Wins Lecture Award

The news stories o today
make the history ot tomorrow.
With this in mind the Daily re-
vives at the close of the semes-
ter the faces of those whom the
pulicity glare has deeply en-
"graven on the campus con-
sciousness.
Without recalling a complete
picture of the campus scene
(luring the past semester, this
array com]prises a cross section
of the important university fig-
ures in the helds of society, ath-
letics, politics, scholarship.
Center of Synthetic
'Dating Bureau' Yarn

S. YOAKUM, vice
ie University, whose
to the faculty were
mned by a resolu-
ary college.
itor Does
d Time

HkAT ERINE U. FERRIN was
chairman of the Mardi Gras which
along with the Soph Cabaret pro-
vided Detroit papers with material
for "scare head" stories, the basis
for which was not substantiated.
Local Boy Who Made
Good Resigns Post

MISS ALICE LLOYD, dean of
women, whose unequivocal state-
ment that a Mimes effort other than
one deemed "worthwhile" would
have to be given without co-eds,
caused Mimes to join forces with
other organizations and plan "Rob-
in Hood.",-

(right)
LAWRENCE M. GOULD, geology
professor who won his place as a
national lime lighter with Byrd in
the Antarctic, has resigned to be-
come head of the geology depart-
ment at Carlton college.

JEAN BENTLEwas chairman of
the biggest social event of the year
to be sponsored by women, the
"Pan Hell" ball. As co-leader of the
grand march with Theodore Nagel-
voort she was the center of the
spotlight on this occasion.
(left)
FIELDING H. YOST's claim to the
publicity spotlight this year rests
on a noble effort to get a post sea-
son game with Northwestern and a
recent series of statements explain-
ing that a number of grid fatalities
were not grid fatalities.
(right)
MAYNARD D. MORRISON, pivot
man for the Wolverines for the past
two seasons, was chosen last fall for
center on Qrantland Rice's all-
American elevep.

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HARRY KIPKE ;

(.eft)
IARRY KIPKE, head football
coach, has chalked up two Big Ten
football championships for the Wol-
verines in the l ast two years.

ETHEL McCORMICK, social di-
rector for the office of the dean of
women, elicited a barrage of un-
warranted publicity following her
co-operation with the S t u d e n t
Christian association in securing
partners for a dance given for the
"Rendezvous" freshmen. The "dat-
ing bureau" stories which resulted
vied with the "Cabaret rum brawl"
for first prize in journalistic com-
petition for the most synthetic news
story of the year.

MAYNARD D. MORRISOK

LAWRENCE M. GOULD

FIELDING H. YOST

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