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Wleepy Hollow--Replete WIith
Traditio, nsO.f ABy-G one 3ay
(Continued frymVs i(:edxoiei oerewtu
'ien: "Everybody ,n~ that api ahli I.iP~
)sopher does not 1nwa much as Cetil h neisaporiat.
sophomore; and IcnrauaeyouOnicpa.alafroc --yuouh
ni having reachecd tatln 7oW~ko eeo ~wI~ .cn
Frequently the Presdniwt here, hnIa r otte icpDuc
gut even thesttlJae urlCasilhio hiWaintniv
ingell had no (;lec onlte absencetI ,1~'e~ t 5aP1Ptnt
rf decorum in Slepy ollow. Al- ua mhhttr t~eimyb
ays the speakers_ icddseveralththc lirwens toe
irofessors and acul of deans. th" nds >c ao - heeey hol-
The Cap Ngtclbainisll\e u h iv o itne,11could
'bile carried offin pl f a eiiifrsm sc I~AAC ~l
estivity, was always cdryadteNgt
tudents well-behaved:.Btatr h ltth .n.~ae nvest
eturning snake dac( cce h lgswllu170 ht tWSD
ampus, there usedto b au e uhtig Tegsir iigdw
worts of students.on:ont o' rmte o ,ctoi i"u~i
,nd sometimes takno i o uhi eln i~GJ i u lIi
f this or that,.atclrgair ~pe ot 1
The class games, wh ._ch_.were Yheld' s tt d c n Abtr ndpr
ni what was thenh il'ahei tisoiw~bEao u rafre
eld, consisted chiefl ( te o c treams ri u --nt
ul1 bag fights, relay rac .santhtiw eiigedvlpdnowats
f war, which ended up wvithetb now Sleep;y lc.
rush or sophs in the Huron. The «raivel, oun ntentjs
Those bag fights, in which the lower to the ,car ofthHolwisgd
lassmen tried to tie each other up )evidenceP ofthstegelitsay
ith pieces of ropere really fights. as is h ep~~ena t hog
'wo or three fr e.henxou r to which flos1 h he ino.
eparate a sophomre, rus him up, spoali~~l~l~y, that
end take him to their "camp," and the t-he entr e'onaln ilcyHP
ophomores would try to do the aelW niiii n owse one
o the freshmen. It was ntigfortn ne.ucradh lio t
bs to be broken, and soeie h ef alk.Petecmyhv een
ajuries were more sros uha causedbyorfoofhetrm,
cracked skull or two. Bulin tose na avrbe micytiedprid
days the "men were made of sterner ci yris ri a aebe
tuff" - maybe. n boyfAter.
And then Michigan spirit began to hyd'tko.Olteprh-
anie. The days of Old Man Yost's sailrshe, h t ed to burn
ghting .Point -- a - 'Minute footballterpt hrcudtl o h,
eams' gave way to the day-: when
he conference championship . )was
iven to Kipke's boys a1,a1matter of i
nurse. Cap Night becamelessnd (,
-ss each year the irl'iufetvj
eremnony. And Sieecust tHollo.wTbe-
ears ago when t. iy ,r ied o holdit, - y
kot 100 freshmen n opooe
iisgust. i '
This coming spring --who knows? vi . Ve
'he motley crew of frosh is again
ampant. They haetakento pots A ivry.u'en
rith a vengeance. Eve touhhe
;on't have class ame bcaue -- s 1i'_(: 0, o ai'i ' P iid birdl
rie Old Timer exrse t Teeo h iso~i )-~ fTil ary
oesn't seem t eayspooe" ~ abe lt i i xibition
ass" - they may :A1 v veaclssi h]V 1 , n f r c toegcofther
ight;, and Slcepy flovmy nei.Jrny h eg ieaoni 30
gain resound with enthusuisti";°c vie o43mlin cr;odadwr
nid be brightened bey h fireo un-fudI i;s [e~aotIen r)il.'s
ig pots. hotn Crawfrd, Neaka
How Sleepy Hollow came to be Augngb s w hp, and sur-
alied Sleepy Hollow is 6sornethiingfatina 1i:gste"egs re probably
fa mystery, the details of whicha are fr c ai«edck-ke id, Dr'. E. C.
uried in the past. Untilthe trn Case. d bretocrsof themseurm of pale-
fthe century it was adeoltespt. ontoflogy, said.
)o far away from the.- citynd the r-:wo of the eggs were pierfectly
ampus to be botheivcd with. BJta pitrV. ved ii txin g hardlyany crush-
oth Ann Arbor and the Universty ing. Two others were, partly crushed.
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All of the eggs were found close to- -__________
gether, probably coming front.tI ,LOST:- AT INDIANA game, section
sante nest, Dr. Case said. Only three a blue-knitted belt, white tri-
a dozen eggs from this gegica ~ angles at either end. Phone 2-2155.
ri-cd are known and t hey are t rc.69
tphrough various muiseulms 1n'he......---,
The egg's were foundc by J. A. Vit-
soi, '37. a student it the depar 3, mn
of geology. BeI,1was Oof aPa'
fi-ont the M ueron uloioog 0- 5' onay -ile daiy - -
le.'t ifl1£;I2th:E regioli. tr1 1 K Oa ,.YEJkAN IIARILOW,
The Museum of Paleontology h1,s,1 t.I CL ill atY ill
also acquired the ekull of a hawk x -- "C ,uu I NA SEAS"
lated to themernr--aidhw.
T.he specimxen wsreoe I nit I1lsitigii
Big Bad Lands of Soat. aoaad ~ SATGR!L1
is tie only , et of bird boe. on?-OOtI(.~NVU'SlySmhn
that district". The deosis1re )- te ll i li15lC Nights 25c
same age as the egswih, rc change at sI p.m.
found, Dr. Case said,.____________________________
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