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?AGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RMAY, OCTOBEI

Rally Recalls
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MeetigsLAUNDRY
P I M e t g WANTED: Student and family laun-
dry. {Reasonable rates. Will call
(Continued from Page 1) for and deliver. Phone 2-3669.
the University his Auditorium, they 11
transferred the pep meetings to that EXPERIENCED laundress, doing stu-
place, but still the boys clamored to dents' laundry. Will call for and
get in. A larger hall just meant deliver. Telephone 4863. 7x
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
VOICE BUILDING and singing. Pri-
vate and class lessons for juniors
and advance students. Grace
Johnson Konold, 1908 Austin.
Phone 4855. Formerly voice in-
structor in School of Music. 5x
COMPLETE BEAUTY service. Spe-

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown leather cigarette case.
Prized by owner for sentimental
reasons. Please call Klein, 3936.
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PREFERS OPERA TO FILMS
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 3. - (W)r
-Music meant more than the moviest

within twenty five miles of Ann Ar- ager for the Soil Conservation Ser-
Urn Forest bvice of the Department of Agricul-
Mr. Munster resigned to accept a ture, which has its station at Pa-
Jo O ver To position as forester and project man- ducah, North Dakota.
Frank Murray
LAST TIMES TODAY
Frank Murray, camp superinten- GA RBO and MARCH
dent of one of the larger C.C.C. G R O a d M~
camps in upper Michigan during the "Anna Korenin "
past three years, has succeeeded Nor-
man Munster as forest manager of
the University forest preserves and M A IESTI -
perimental stations, it was announced M E T .
recently.Tomorrow
Mr. Murray, also a consulting for-
ester in the Great Lake states and {{
Canada, is in charge of a 320 acre
tract of forest near Portage Lake, .gt.St
an eighty acre tract known as the ld's BrS G i
Saginaw forest, a forty acre tract on erta 1 0t C1wu ~ d O
the edge ofrtheacity, and the forest fflT tto o
nursery on Packard St. All of the flT t b., .*et "i...N.J '.. {
property owned by the University is---------------- --

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Hill Auditorium at a pep meeting was
nothing short of a miracle.
In 1910, a huge mass meeting was
planned before the Notre Dane game.
Because of a misunderstanding re-
garding eligibility, the game was can-
celled Friday noon. But did that stop
Michigan's enthusiasm? No, °sir!
They went right ahead and held 'the
pep meeting anyway and had even
more yelling and singing than before.
And you have it on the word of the
old timers, the students had just as
much fun and got just as much out of
it.
It was in 1910 that "Sully," a stu-
dent whose fame isremembered but
'whose name is forgotten, was, the
cheer leader. One of the first at
Michigan, he had a way, the old tim-
ers tell, of really getting it out of 'em,
For a long time they had no cheer-
leader. As the darkies "get religion"
and stand up in church and begin a
chant, so did students lead cheers
whenever the spirit got 'em.
Those pep meetings were short, but
they had what it takes to make a& pep
meeting. And when it was over, the
boys took it up outside, and would
march up and down Ann Arbor
streets, causing no end of annoyance
for the good burghers with song,
cheers, and more songs and cheers.
Back in the '80's and even into the
gay '90's, when they hadn't yet in-
ventedthe pep meeting, the students
gave vent to their enthusiasm by
meeting the team at the train and
giving them a .send-off. "They used
to 'get pretty excited then," Regent
Beal, '82, .declared. He smiled when
he recalled that often the tired heroes
of the gridiron would- slip off and.
evade the triumphal march. "But
that didn't make any difference. The
boys went right on cheering."
As with all things, necessity being
the mother of invention, they started
pep meetings because there was a
need for them. At the turn of the
century the football team had just
about exhausted its finances. It
needed money for equipment and
footballs. To raise this money in 1901
(Year one of the -Yost regime) they
massed the studens together and
attempted to generate them with en-
"-TATE STRET
WT &JEWEL EAR
WATCH & JEWELRY- REPAIRING

reasonable. Free delivery. Phone cial Mondays only: Shampoo, finger to Virginia Reid, who was on her
3006. 6x wave, and manicure, 75c. Omen way to New York today, turning her
Monday, Wednesday and Friday back on three studio offers. She said
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned, evenings by appointment. Raggedy she would devote the next two years
Careful work at low price. 1x Ann Beauty Shop. 1115 S. Univer- to studying opera. Lily Pons and
LAUNDRY Wanted. Student and sity Ave. Dial 7561. 8x Irene Dunne, both singing actresses,
Co-ed. Men's shirts 10c. Silks, NURSERY SCHOOL: Children three proclaimed her a "find" and the
wools our specialty. All bundles to five years; for information call studios began bidding, but when Miss
done separately - no markings. Miss MacNaughton, 5837. 20 Dunne arranged for two years school-
Personal satisfaction guaranteed. ing, Miss Reid forgot about the films.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594 FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
anytime until 7:00. Silver Laundry Call the Kempf Music Studios for--_--
607 E. Hoover. 4x artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. 15 My WATCH
FOR RENT -_-
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ROOM for rent: Front suite for two cient service. All new cabs. 3x
students or business girls. 920 Oak-
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NICELY furnished single or suite,
545 Thompson. 30 PUBLIC evening classes in typewrit-
ing, shorthand, bookkeeping begin is FAI R!
THREE ROOMS in private home for Oct. 7 at the Ann Arbor High
girls with home privileges. Garage. School. Registration fee $4 per 1 12 South University Ave.
5 Marshall Ct. off S. Division, after subject. Enrollment Monday. 27
3 o'clock. 5287. 22 -- _f popular an _
_________________________TEACHER of popular and classical -
SUITE with private bath and shower, piano music. Helen Louise Barnes.
accommodating three. Extra room Call 8469. 2x
if desired. Steam heat, garage. DAILY 1:30 to 11 P.M.
Dial 8544. .422 E. Washington. 23 FOR SALE
GRADUATE women for sunny front I WHITNEY
corner room. Two graduate women MICROSCOPE: Bausch & Lomb.
in the house. 928 Oakland. 32 Perfect. Objectives: 4mm, 16mm, 15c to 6 P.M. - 25c after 6
.. 19mm. oil immersion. Oculars, 5x
LADY with apartment will rent room and 10x. Wood cabinet; daylight Now
or share with graduate student. filter, etc. Price $70. Call 6179.
Near campus, reasonable. Call 4370. Rio
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Pat O'Brien
thusiasm. But you have the old !aIU J iEPa O re
timers' word for it, that little gen- Today and Saturday "IN CAL I E N T E"
erating was needed. The money was
promptly raised, and the boys liked JOAN BLONDELL and
the pep meeting idea so well they have GLENDA FARRELL
been holding 'em ever since. , Jean Arthur
"To me, they're something certain- "Were in the Money
ly worth while," said the Old Man GEO. O'BRIEN Victor JOry
yesterday about pep meetings. And
Professor Whitney feels they grew out 'Hard Rock Ha rrigan '"PARTY WIRE"
of the famous Yost leadership, in the
days of Yost and his great side-kick, "Tarzan, NO. 4 Extra
the beloved Keene Fitzpatrick. Stranger Than Fiction
LATEST NEWS
ALL MUSICAL SUPPLIES FOR STUDENTS
Phanos to Rent Repairing of All Musical Instruments Coming Sunday
BORIS KARLOFF
Sch1ee musicHo Hus BELA LUGOSI
New Location: 203 East Liberty St. Phone 6011 Edgar Allen Poe's
40 Years in Ann Arbor "THE RAVEN"

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