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February 09, 1948 - Image 19

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M~onday, 'February.9, 1948 T HE MIC I A A L
Plan lectons fr SJ
i,- itp CommitteeF

Rabbit Syste
Will BeJsed
For Balloting
20,500 Signatures
Required on Petitions
Elections for the 1949 J-Hop
committee will be held from 8:45
a.m. to 5 p.m. some day next
year, Jim Farley, chairman of the
"tudent Legislature elections com-
mittee announced yesterday.
C. The date was set far enough
in advance to facilitate planning
and to avoid fraudulent practices,
" Parley said. The action was taken
to meet criticisms of the last min-
utey look of the 1947 elections.
The election will be conducted
according to the Rabbit system of
Statements of candidates
running for the 1949 J-Hop
Committee appear on page 22 of
this issue. All statements are
- limited to 300 words and may be
cut at the discretion of the edi-
torial director.
multiple representation. The sys-
tem was devised by Professors
Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, of
the political science department.
-Subscribe Now
Petition forms may be obtained
.by mail order, at Rm. 404, Gen-
cral Administration Building and
at your neighborhood drug-store.
Forms must be filled out in qua-
triplicate, in roommate's hand-
writing. They must not be printed
or typed, Farley emphasized.
One of the copies must be torn,
another burned at the all-campus,
pre-election rally. If these instruc-
tions are not followed to the let-
ter, the candidate will be disqual-
The third petition must be
signed by 20,500 students or 10,250
alumni. "After all," Farley ex-
plained, "one graduate is worth
two students trying." Petitions
must be submitted to the Board
- In Control of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics, in person at 2 a.m. August
1, 1948.
IfO Wins All
All prospective candidates must
post a $5,000 bond in pieces of
eight to be forfeited by candidates
who do not poll the minimum re-
quirement of 20,499 votes. Stu-
dents may vote for one candidate
only. Winning students must do-
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Wth one eye looking backward lesser man might have failed," he
and one forward, the architects said.
who planned the new administra- The Romanesque, Gothic,
tion building achieved a unique Greek - modern, quaint colonial,
perspective. Oxfordian, traditional, pattern
That was the comment of How- which has been followed faithfully
ard Roark Leantoo, famous archi- throughout the campus was a
tect, who paid a short observa- challenge to new planners, Lean-
tion visit to the University yester- too explained, adding, "The ad-
day. He added: ministration building architect
"My grandmother would be so solved the whole problem by clos-
jealous; she's been trying to make ing his eyes."
good salmon loaf for years." Leantoo was surprised to hear
Leantoo pointed out that the that even more buildings are
administration building architect planned for the University cam-
had been very successful in fitting pus. "Some people don't know
his design in with the appearance when to leave well enough alone,"
of the rest of the campus. "A he said.
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TROUBLE IN THE CLOAKROOM-A mild disturbance broke out
during intermission Saturday night when someone lost his bat.
Two attendants suffered even greater losses.
note their bonds to the Inter-Fra- set aside for affiliated men con-
ternity Council. victed on similar charges.
Campaigning in public parks Further information may be ob-
may be arranged with special per- tained from Farley at election
mission of the Ann Arbor City headquarters. "My mother calls
Council. Soap boxes may be rent- me Jamie-boy, but you can call
ed from the Interfraterniity Coun- me Jim," Farley concluded.
cil for a nominal fee.
Independent men convicted of F IGHT
election fraud will be shot and
buried in state by the Association I N FANT I L E
of Independent Men. They will
also be subject to disciplinary ac- PARALYS S
tion by the Men's Judiciary Coun-
cil. A special playground will be

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