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February 02, 1936 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-02-02
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FIRE WORKS
BATTLES are
fought by rival Tex-
as A. and M. Col-
lege battalions when
they have some prob-
lem over which they
disagree. Here's an
unusual night photo-
graph of a recent
roman candle skir
mish.

THE ENGLISH STARTED IT --And C
Callow (kneeting) of the University of Per
the first United States coach. to adopt the use
demonstrate the faults of his crewmen.

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HIGH TRAPEZE ART-
ISTS Wilson Fall and
Larry Griswold do a double
on the swing in the Uni-
versity of Iowa gym. The
camera caught them just as
they finished their back
swing.

"DROFESSOR' Norris,
Nebraska's famed sena-
tor, gives Colgate University
students of government the
low-down on the senate from
the lips of one who knows.
The students studied in Wash-
ington for six weeks.

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ANTI- NEW DEAL Su,
preme Court Justices were
hung in effigy at Ames, Iowa,
following their adverse AAA
decision. The political prank
was alleged to have been the
work of Iowa State College
students.

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TORMS OF COM-
MENT were aroused
when The Enchanted Maze,
a satire on American educa-
tion, was presented at the
University of North Caro-
lina. The climactic com-
mencement scene is shown
above, with Bedford Thur-
man giving the valedictory
address, while Paul Green,
author of the controversial
vehicle. and North Caro-
lina graduate, is shown at
the left.

G-JLI MUSICAL instruments
are being experimented on by
Beloit College s young and success-
ful glass blower, Harold Cadman.

WARON THE ATOM is be-
mg declared by Paul Darby,
Ohio State student, who is shown
with the apparatus with which he
and Dr. W. H. Bennett have dis-
covered negatively charged atoms.
Their discovery may lead to the
smashing of the atom into smaller
forms.

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THE TIPOFF of the fast court game whici
won from the Lehigh cagers by a score of 5

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