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March 10, 1945 - Image 27

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Saturday, March 10, 1945


Page Twernty-Three

M's Sterling BARNABY By Crockett Johnson
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7CT 1VVVI~1 or-Trapezoids To Face Tibet conserva~ve s rEln
" Normal Here Next Week;-
Chanel Number 5 To Star That's Mr. Boggs
Coach Sylvan Bernadette's unor partner-
Dare-devils of the Bigh Wire, that 33e
unpublicized but valiant Quintet ---
of Maize and Blue athletes who
astounded the sporting world by Majestic Theatre To Bring New Rasslers Stage Colossal Body
their unparalleled triumph over a
much higher rated University of York Burlesque Show Troop Here Building Show on IM F oor
Hiedelberg last month are again
preparing to put their interna-
tional championship on the stump Filling a long felt campus need Last night, the Intramural Buil-
when they contest Tibet Normal a road company of a New York .eding was the scene of the most
next week. burlesque house will open in Ann spectacular sports event to taked
guaranteed to live long in the Enjoyed the 'Bite'
The Michigan High Wires, in A!bor March 16 and play here 14 hearts of Joe College and Betty place since the fights of the gladi- Their aggressiveness was quite
the vernacular called the Trape- consecutive weeks in the newly Coed. Candy concessions will be ators and the chariot races in the evident, especially in one particu-
zoids, are a most well-balanced renovated Majestic Theatres. established in the spacious lounge, Colosseum of ancient Rome, as lar maneuver designed no dosbt
(by necessity) squad, boasting I Workmen were busy yesterday he assured, but what will be in- more than fifteen hundred indi- to break their opponents' necks.
five district champs, and two up extending a runway from the stage eluded with each and every pur- vidual wrestling matches took They would slide their left arias
and coming freshmen. of the old theatre into the audi- chased can better be imagined around the backs of their rivals'
oiu.Te uwa il elih-than described, place at one time on the huge
The champs are Callypso I, Col- toriun. The runway will be light- dnecks, squeezing their waists with
ed by fluorescent glow lamps and Walpole guaranteed a V-Ball I-M floor, their right arms, and stealthily
IV, and Chanel Number 5, as infra-red rays guaranteed to pen- Extra representative that there From my vantage point on one moving their faces upwards in an
rugged aC aggregation as can be etrate any fog or heavy clothing. would be fifty (50) beautiful girls of the huge rafters overlooking endeavor to "bite" their oppon-
imagined. The captain, Chanel Groovey Routines in the cast. It will be a contin- the floor, these eyes of mine were ents.
Number 5, called by his friends, The chorine will be under the ous show," he said. treated to one of the most colorful Their opponents, the formally-
"Stinky," is a most versatile per- direction of Hy Walpole, noted Bring the Family sights of a lifdt The t fressed ones, were quite lacking
farmer In his specialty, the "five Ann Arbor theatrical entrepren- In line with the all-campus na- in courage. More than a score of
somersault roll, without a net eur, who has promised new and ture of the performance, Walpole tants, half garbed in formal dress times in the course of the evening,
amazng outnes or he ou-suits and the rest, in frilly and I observed the men allowing the
and without any trapezezes, ropes, amazing routines for the sou- urged Michigan men to bring their slind th rappled fr a I omen "e them, and Iiwguld
or'supports of any kind" Stinky brettes. wives, mothers and sweethearts, sl fouy hings, grapp se obaf women to "bite them, and I ould
performs from a height of three Chick Williams will be featured "They'll scream," he promised. faou hours to what seemed to be have sworn that they actually en-
hundred and eighty-nine feet. artist for the initial performance Walpole guaranteed that the
Stinky has done his specialty sev- playing the snare drum. Williams humor will all be clean and above Many Fouls Committed 'Didn't Want That Leg Anyway
en times, and in that period has has promised to present his own board and no reference will be The rules were slightly altered Another example of the wao-
been killed seven times. (It would interpretation of "Back Bay Boo- made to the University's Arbore- from the standard wrestling pre- men's courage is typified by their
be well to note at this point that gie" for drums. tum, home of Michigan botanical cepts, but from the rafter, it also "sticktoitiveness" whenever, which
Stinky is a cat.) Campus reaction to news of the and anatomical studies. seemed that more fouls were com- was pretty often, they were bru-
One of the freshman members new theatrical enterprise was im- mitted than in a regular match. tally kicked by the men. Time
of the squad, Giuseppe Roman- mediate and gratifying, said Wal- The contest last night, was di- after time, I saw women, who had
elli, a former Facisti Black Shirt, pole. "This is an all-Campus show Puck C oaC h 1vided into numerous periods, each been cruelly kicked in the shins,
got the major part of his high- for all the campus," he said. lasting about three minutes. Be- unflinchingly pursue their quar-
flying training in listening to Il No Ident Cards * cause of the number of grapplers, ries, with a forced smile on their
Duce's speeches in the crowd- Rumors that ident cards would ISC loses frl instead of the usual horn or bell lips, bravely standing up under
ed Fastamazoo Square in Rome. be required for admittance were to signify the end of a period, a the excrutiating pain.
Vic Heyliger, Michigan's hockey full-scale orchestra was employed Whatever the result, however,
At the end of every one of frat each end of the floor to signal the wrestling matches were cer-
Benitos sentences, the huge of training these valiant Wolver- coach, commenting on the hockey starts and finishes. til a rmasces l
cro's se t foth with ines, is 'wind training'. He be- season in general so far had littlestamly far from a success. Al-
crowd would burst forthe sa lieves strongly that the main thing to say. He emphasized one point, As stated above somewhere, no though over three thousand ath-
resounding "Duce," at the same that a trapeze artist must possess however. "If," said he, "Michigan one was declared the victor, due letes of all sexes participated, on
time throwing their right arms is the ability to breathe. He stres- had a wealth of good hockey ma- perhaps to the evenly-matched looking over the scene. I was stgr-
high in the air in the Fasci ses that point with many convin- terial with a widespread farm appearance of the two teams. tied to realize that I was the only
ing illustrations such as tying an system, and bountiful pocket- However, were my opiion com- spectator of the mammoth event.
Romanelli being a very light airtight sack around a man's head book, then I could state unfalter- plied with, the victors would un- Such lack of school interest and
Romaell beig averyligt gdoubtedly have been the team spirit is unpardonable, and some-
man (he still only wighs eleven and then letting him swing around ingly, and with little fear of con-duedln h e n theytenms spky iting unpardoneandhs.
and a half pounds) was usually on a trapeze. Sure enough, in no tradiction, that Michigan would wearing the frilly and slinky thing must be done about this,
thrown high in the air in tribute time at all, that man fell off the have a very fine and almost un-
to the Italian Caesar. Before he trapeze-dead. defeatable hockey sextet."
learned to control himself in the Bernadette declares that he first "However," Vic continued, "such
swift ascent and even swifter des- got interested in "wind training" is not the case, and I am unable
cent, Guiseppe suffered innumer- when he first discovered that he to make the above assertions."
able broken ribs and fractured did not have to breathe. It seems This lucid and far - reaching
limbs, but practice makes perfect, (quite unnaturally to be sure) statement gave little but the most
and our hero soon learned to do that Bernadette was never endow- cheering connotation to your re-
stunts in the flight. Thus an ath- ed by Nature with a set of lungs. porter, as he remembered that new
lete was born. Instead of these useful organs, he "they that go down in the ships at
Coach Bernadette's main form has a very pretty pair of gills. sea, go down at sea in the ships." icaid




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