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December 11, 1938 - Image 2

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T H E MI CHIG AN TDAILY

SUNDAY,

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11 :00 a.m. Sat arday.

Coeds S wipe
Garg To Save
Sacred Honor
(Continued from Page 1)

destroy the entire lot. Hodge and
Mitchell and their whole crew pro-
voked revolution in the olden days.
They should be thrown into concen-
tration camps. And this so-calledI
sophisticate, Humpnreys, should be
pitched into a barrel of wet cement,
allowed to dry. and then rolled into
the nearest sewer." The note was
signed, "A Coed-The Sinister Five."
Both Max Hodge, '39, editor, and
John Mitchell, '39, business man-
ager, expressed unprintable concern
when informed of the mysterious dis-
appearance. Despite the fact that
the Gargoyle was stolen as a publicity
stunt in a similar manner' two years
ago, they declared this was a real
mystery to them.
Shows Today 1 - 3 - 5 - 7 - 9 P.M.
NOW TDAYAND

Gargoyle Features R -i
Best Radio Srp
'Down With Coeds y
For Anni ersry
"Down With Co-eds" is the theme! Program Gets $25
of the December issue of Gargoyle,
monthly humor magazine, which goes An award of $25 donated by a pro-
on sale Tuesday, Max Hodge, '93, an- minent alumnus, will be given to the
nounced yesterday. student submitting the most satisfac-
Features on this topic include a tory 45-minute radio program for the
poem by Richard Humphreys, '40, Anniversary Celebration of the Uni-
entitled "Bury Me on the Diagonal," versity to be held March is, 1939, it
|"Stocks and Slips" by Ted Winter, w'as announced yesterday by the
'41, and "The ABCs and Intellects on committee in chare of the celebra-
Co-eds." tion
The pictorial section includes a The programs must be submitted
full page study of David Laine, '39, on or before Jan. 20, 1939, at Morris
'Ensian's editor-in-chief, two distin- Hall. While the prize will be awarded
guished alumnae of play production for the best program submitted, the
uhaeaumnaeolayroductionsprogram broadcast may be a com-
who are making names for themselves t bination of ideas and scripts received.
in the movies and photographs of It will be send out nationwide from
honor society tapping. Ann Arbor and will be recorded for
Hodge would make no comment on Alumni groups in various parts of
the story that incensed co-eds had the world.
stolen. all copies of the issue from Goodfeows-Monday
the publications building. Read The Daily Classifiedis

Eastern Electrical Tour
To Cost $40 Per Person
Engineers planning to take the Eas-
ern Electrical Tour planned for
spring recess, should determine over
vacation whether they will be able
to make the trip so that further ar-
rangments may be made, Kenneth
Mudie, '39E, announced yezterday.
The group will travel by chartered
bus, and the cost will oe about $40
per person. The tentative itinerary
includes a tour of the Westinghouse
plants in Pittsburgh; the General
Electric plants in Schenectady; the
Niagara Falls power plants; and Bell
laboratories, Radio City, and the
World's Fair in New York.
CORRECTION
Erroneously reported in yester-
day's Daily was the title of Prof.
F. W. Pawlowski's talk at 8 p.m.
Monday in the East Lecture Room
of the Rackham: Building" His top-
ic will be "The Problems of
Psychical Research."

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