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Page Twenty-Two

T' H A E M HI AN DWAIYN

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PIVI Twennt1-TIN L I L Y Monday, Februa 9 1948

C R 10lates Statements
The following are campaign
statements of candidates for the
1949 J-Hop. Further statements
will appear in a subsequent edition"
of The Daily. The statements are
printed at the requests of the
Student Legislature, the Interfra-
ternity Council, the Union, the r4
Asociation of Independent Men,
YPCM, AVC, the Michigan Gar-
goyle and the Callahan Commit-s
tee.
Hedy Lettice..
I believe that membership in the
Tall Peoples' Club, the Anti-Meat
society and the National Society
of Women Vegetarians qualifies $
me for a post on the J-Hop Com-
mittee. I am particularly interest-;
ed in heading plans for J-Hop
refreshments.
Horace Romagne.
J-Hop committees on this cam-
pus need new blood, just as the.
West Quadrangle needs a back
porch. As I will build the porch,
so will I give ney spirit and life
to the 1949 J-Hop committee. My
position as president of the Inter-
fraternity Council qualifies me, I
am sure.
L. Pierre...
I have had plenty of experience. WRONG TURN SOMEWHERE-Tommy Dlrsey and his band
I am always in the middle of just about missed the J-Hop when the New York Central's
things. I know I will make a suc- "Woodburner" took a wrong turn near tetroit. Sputtered Elman,
cess of the 1949 J-Hop. "They can't do this to me--it isn't in thoe contract."
Everett Jazzyr.. of the YPRAM. Certainly I, a member of the basketball team
If elected to the J-Hop Commit- pure-blooded American citizen, am sufficiently qualify me to be a
tee, I will do my best to uphold a good choice for the J-Hop Com- useful and worthwhile member of
the traditions of the University of mittee. the J-Bop Committee. I am a
Michigan and produce the best* * hard worker and a good idea man.
Soph Prom ever before held. I 1- 'JE a eI know Buck Dawson.
have enough experience. Take my e d t J-
word for it. Be-bop. If elected to the 1949 J-Hop
committee, I should be particu- *gt'
larly interested in furthering good I really think I would make an
Shoulders Mc uey ... relations with The Daily. Experi- awfully good member of the J-Hop
I am running for J-Hop be- ence includes association with The Committee. I haven't had much
cause my fraternity brothers told Daily staff members. experience, but I'm real willing
me they would throw me out in , and able to learn. I think J-Hop is
the cold if I did not get on the a real fine idea and I just know
committee. Please; please elect me. M. Ratot . .. I conld 'help make it a real big
I have no place to go. The 1949 J-Hop will be cheezy success.
unless I am elected. This conclu-
Knuckles Jones ... sion was reached by my fraternity Clide Wrecked.
If elected I will save the J-Hop brothers who are handling my
committee lots of dough. I have campaign. My experience was I feel that my numerous cam-
my own band and we'd love to gained as exam-files chairman of pus positions as president of al-
play. We're Knuckles and his my fraternity. I am also a mem- most everything and member of
Kniftee Knee-caps. ber of YPRAM, YCPM, IRA, ABC, almost everything else, as well
* * *MYDA, LVII, USA, USSR, WPB as my former affiliation with The
and IFC. United States Gargoyle have pre-
Ritchie O 1alley . . . * pared me adequately for member-
I am a member of the Young ship on the J-Hop Committee. I
People's Reactionary Association Donahue Harris . . am also an honorary member of
of Michigan. Also, I am president I feel that my qualifications as The :Michigan Daily staff.

MAYBE, THAT IS:
Prof. Zilch Hits Status Quo
While Chaperoning at J-Hop
(EDITOR'S NO'E: Alfter the first
six inches this interview really gets forts of the Yugoslava i this i-
«a.)} gard are almost worthy of note
If conditions in Europe do not but their policy so far has been
change sad if the Communist one which has resulted in a negli-
party is able, through the assist- Bible attitude on the pert of tlhe
ance of the NAM to hold the stat- United States."
us quo in Licktenstein, and if the Prof. Zilch noted that if Ice-
Yugoslav government has a big land were to be overrun, the worid
enough salmon catch in the Co- would immediately flare up due
lumbia River, the world may yet to the loss of their most valuable
be able to survive the dangerous product, Ice.
onslaught of the Australian bush- "The philosophy of the Bush -
men anticipated by the Icelandic men toward their potential o15%
government, Prof. X. Y. Zilch, of pressors in Iceland is undoubtedly
the Department of Related Incon- one of the most interesting phases
gruity, said while serving as a pat- of this problem which threatens
ron at J-Hop Saturday night. to upset the peace of the world,"
"There is a definite danger, he said.
maybe," Prof. Zilch declared, "in "Unfortunately, enough is not
overlooking the possibly disastrous known about their attitude to
effects that the anticipated attack comment upon it at this time,"
on Iceland might have. The ef- he said.
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