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January 13, 1949 - Image 7

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1THU1£ S'AY, JANUARY ~" '13, 1949

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UNDER T1 lE1GUTN AND IN THE SWTTWF-Students got a. sharp
reminder of their stake in camnpu ; politic s i en's Judiciary
Council, headed by Ev Ellin, threw out a total of 52 petitions for
.-1-lop, senior class officers and Student Legislature, and p~ost<-
Ironed the all-camnpus elections one week. And Daily catoonist
Bill Hampton, the campus Ilogarth, sketched a atecinet suimmary
of the practice of block-voting. Students, with a mounting interest
in their own elections, cast a record-breaking 7,013 ballots. (The
picture above shows a more relaxed moment as students take
advantage of the increasingly popular Coeducational Sports
Night-every Friday at the Intramural Building). Left to rigitd,
top to bottom. are Jean Walker, Sue Rose, Gratia Floiee, Hanik
Ryder, Alice. Hlanke, Jean Statler and Herb, Furman. Other
activities incluade volley ball. brthmiiiiton, hbasketha 11.gvzilistics
andl fencing..)

PRESIDENT RI.T1IlVN AND B~AND DIOGGES.-1Jniversity President Alexander G. Ruthiven and
lexy, hiis boxer, prid~ly display the latest additions to the Ruthiven menage. The seven diminu-
tive copies of 'lexy eo tnpet~ed with the new Beta biikiog itk causing a furor in campus canine circles.,
'l['he' also hasd the (itm& d I (istincetion of train their ancestral lineage back to early English "band
dogges," who were- tiv. boon comamnions ofi ianderinig tinkers several centuries ago. Local net-
lovers, including Detrikit Tiger o111tfielder and Uniiversity student Dick Wakefield, quickly snapped
up) the dlogs. *Biand d ogtcs" are only one of President lRuthzvcn's hobbies. The other is raising
Morgan horses at Stauerid,-,, his farn near Ann Arbor. He keeps about 12 in his stables there.

Bey Txtboos Ealy
for Second Semester

MiCHIGAN UIO
Just Before the Battle
Relax and Enjoy
THE LUEO KBALL

We have advanced

information on your

CASBAJI COUPLE S--Perrin Long, Skippy Grainger, Pauly Zim-
m xerman and Jack Gannon were among those who flocked to the
League's Casbah on weekends.
Become wiser by reading books!
:COONS BOOKSTORE".
NICKELS ARCADE
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textbook requ irements

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VETERANS
We will charge your books until you bring

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instructors.

And -- Take Notes on This!
'Tween Exams Dance, Saturday, January 22nd
also Membership Dance, Saturday, February 5th
------ No Dancing on
Friday, January 1 4th, 21 st, 28th, and February 4th
Saturday, January 29th

Cash Paid for Used Books
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Starring Italian Film + Complete English Ttles
MICHIEL SIMON as RIGOLMTO
tring the magnificent voice of
RUCCIO TAGLIAVINI
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