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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22

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Band Bounce' Was Old Name
Of Present Varsty Night Show
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By CHARLES THATCHER
It's called Varsity Night now, and
admission is by ticket, but there was
a time when the University Band's
annuaT money-raising appearance
was called the "Band Bounce," and
those attending merely dropped their

band, and through the help of the
athletics board 45 uniforms were
purchased. The following year Capt.
Wilfred Wilson was made the band's
first full-timeconductor,sand band
music was given a big boost.
New uniforms for a band of 75
pieces were purchased in 1922. and

oard rices
In Dormitories
WillNot Go Up
Board Of Governors Says
No Intorease Planned
If Waste IsStopped

SAnn Arbor

Here Is Today's
In Summary

News

Because the Common Council is stil
undecided as to the feasibility of in
stalling voting machines in the city
they have postponed the provision c
additional polling booths in the city

New Gargoyle

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contributions into tin pails as they the band was attending out-qf-town Contrary to widespread rumor, the
left Hill Auditorium. football games as early as 1923-fi- Board of Governors of Residence
But though Varsity Night, to be nanced by tin pail donations. Halls has not increased board rates
presented Tuesday, Oct. 28, this year, Two years later the band became in the Residence Halls, nor is any
dates back to the Band Bounces of assured of financial independence revision of the rates contemplated
1913, the band itself is almost as old when it was decided that 50 cents of at present, Prof. Karl Litzenberg, Di-
as the literary college, records being every University tuition paid would
available of a band of nine pieces in be turned over to the band. The first rector of Residence Halls and Execu-
existence as early as 1846. freshman band also made its appear- tive Officer of the Board, stated in
Not until the turn of the century ance in that year. an interview yesterday.
was there any semblance of organi- Band Made Progress "The Board of Governors consid-
zation, however, and even at that Under the direction of Nicholas ered the matter at its meeting on
time the playing was informal, a con- Falcone the band made rapid pro- October 16," Professor Litzenberg de-
ductor being elected from the group gress, a job which his successor Prof. clared, "and decided that an increase
of students which happened to turn William D. Revelli has finished by in board charges was not called for
out to 'lay at any - given football making the University band nation- at the present time." Professor Litz-
game. ally known as well as a great educa- enberg also stated that lowering the
Maneuvers Were Parade ticnal asset to the University. quality or quantity of food served
A far cry from the band's present Called "the finest college concert to Residence Halls students would
formations, the inaneuvers then con- band in the country" by Edwin not be premitted by the Board of
sisted of an in.ormal "parade" down Franko Goldman, famed conductor, Governors.
the field, later years bringing the last year, the Concert Band will pre- "The members of the Board were
hit-and-miss formation of a reason- sent the bulk of the Varsity Night very Aiphatic about this point," he
ably accuragte facsimile of a letter program in RIill Auditorium next declared, "and agreed that if the stu-
". week. dents will continue to cooperate in
In 1913 the Regents recognized the Other highlights of the evening the matter of cutting down the waste
will be the appearance of Morton of food, it will be much easier for the
Gould, composer and conductor, as Board of Governors to keep the pres-
guest conductor and piano soloist, ent rates in effect.
and the band's original "Stump Me While the Board of Governors in
If YouCan" quiz program under the its contractual agrement with Resi-
leadership of Prof. John L. Brumm of dence Halls students reserves the
the journalism department. right to increase room and board
Tickets may be obtained at the charges at any time, there is abso-
Union, League, Wahr's Bookstore or lutely no truth to the rumor that a
from any member of the University change has been made," Mrs. Litz-
band. enberg said, "and what is more im-
- portant, no member of the Board or
This year's freshman class at Uni- of the Residence Halls administration
versity of' Minnesota is topping all has even suggested that an increase
predecessors in patronage of sym- in board rates be put into effect at
phony concerts. the present time."
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Leonard Jones, 18; Fermer D.
Wright, 19; and Calvin Poland, 18,
the trio charged with assault with
intent to rob, were sentenced yes-
terday to from 10 to 20 years each
at the state'prison at Jackson by
Judge George Sample.
The three forced their way into
the home of Lewis Osborn, man-
ager of the municipal golf course'
last Friday night. Osborn was shot
'while grappling with Wright, but
was not seriously injured. Pre-
viously, they had waived examina-
tion before Justice Payne, and
pleaded guilty to the charge against
them.
Jones is a resident of Pinckney,
the other two are from Ann Arbor.
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Washtensiw County's Board of
Supervisors "accepted with regret"
the resignation of Mrs. Maria Peel,
friend of the court.
Mrs. Peel has been ill for almost
eight months. She held that post
since 1919, and has served as county
truant officer juvenile probation

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Will Present
Campus Coeds
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of '45 in the person of J. Baroque
Wormsley, who has been put to work
on the magazine at the request of the
editor's father. The little fellow suc-
ceeded in frightening most of the
women, running away with prints,
and has finally disappeared himself.
His disappearance, say the "Garg"
staff, is not in the least regretted,
except that the editors have received
a telegram to the effect that the
lost one intends writing one column
per month, whether they like it or
not. Although he is a heel, they
agree, he is a smart one, and he gets
places and does things.I

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Not to be outdone by Pe spectives,
Gargoyle promises this year to pre-
sent the best student creative writing
on campus. "Molle illusion," by Emile
Gele, is October's prize-winning short
story, which will be followed each
succeeding month by another winner.

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I Sundays, too!
~Snacks or Meals'
HOME COOKING REASONABLE PR
CHEERFUL SURROUNDINGS
J3UNIVERSITY GRLL

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officer for many years.
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Ann Arbor taxicab rate # changes
were passed by the Common Coun-
cil at its last meeting, and the new
prices will go into effect within a
few weeks.
Specifically, here are the changes:
Rates for one or two passengers
will remain the same. But the
addition of a third person will raise
the price to 60 cents. In other
words, the charge will be 50 cents
for two, 60 cents for three, and so
on. Formerly any number up to
five could ride for 50 cents.
On football weekends, the rate
per passenger from noon until 6
p.m. has been changed to a flat 50
cent per person, charge. Hourly-
rates have been standardized at
$2.50 per hour.
The proposed food handlipg ordin-
ance, which would provides that all
handlers must obtain either tempor-
ary or annual permits from the city
health department in order to work,
passed its first reading at the meet-
ing of the Common Council.
To become an ordinance, the pro-
posal must pass another reading be-
fore the Council. If passed, the or-
dinance would require that all food
handlers be required to take and cbm-
plete an instructional course given by
the health department, and to fill
out a morbidity history.
It is estimated that at least half
the nearly 1,506,000 youths in Ameri-
can colleges are working to help pay
their expenses, while 20 per cent are
paying all their costs.

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Minnesota's Governor
Unable To Be At Game
LANSING, Oct. 21.-oP)-Governor
Van Wagoner, who plans to wit-
ness the Michigan-Minnesota foot-
ball game at Ann Arbor Saturday, re-
ceived word today Minnesota's Gov-
ernor Harold Stasson will be unable
to attend.
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Open 6 A.M. to 1 A.M.
CHICKEN or STEAK DINNER 50c
LUNCHES 35c
DINNERS 45c
HAMBURGERS 10c
Foot Long Hot Dogs Oc
All Kinds of Sandwiches 10c
808 S. State St.
Phone 4761
Free Delivery at any Tim#

LAST TIMES TODAY
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Week Days at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
STARTS THURSDAY!
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How Telephone Services Aid
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Law-enforcement . . . one of today's big jobs ... is
made easier and more effective because of the tele-
phone, which enables police agencies to kelp in con-
stant,,uch with each other.
Highly important, tog, are' the police teletype-
writer networks, which instantaneously transmit warn-
ings, descriptions and other data in typewritten form.
An outstanding example is the Wayne County net-
work of more than two dozen strategically-located
teletypewriters. Each can be connected instantly with
any one or all of the others, and with the Secretary

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