THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Monday, Februm ry 7 949
PaqeFou THEMICiGANDAIY Mnday Feruar 7,194
Campus Cop Turns Tourist,
Cuts Out Florida Fun, Too
TAMIPA, Fla.-- (P) -The Uni- the obnoxious gumshoe, one Hor-
versity of Michigan campus cop atio Q. Flivvernip, boarded his
left this vacation city today after plane for Ann Arbor.
a week's visit that made Michi- calling himself a "one-man
gan's swimming team's chaotic crusade," Flivvernip had an-
"visit" look like a geology field nounced that he intended to make
trip. Tampa "as clean-living a city as
Tampa was almost deserted, ex- Ann Arbor, Michigan."
cept for exhausted Chamber of For a week he completely ham-
Commerce representatives, when strung the tourist trade by de-
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Wily Scot Sneaks Into Hop
By OLLIE JENSEN
Shake hands with Angus, the else to darn his teabag and past the guard, explaining that
wiley Scot-he squeezed past J- collect old dental floss, she said her date was "parking the car."
Hop for 13 cents. defiantly, and Angus finally . Hiding the bike behind a bush,
You all know Angus, he's a Bus gave in as they passed Pitts- Angus doffed his long black coat
Ad. major. field Village on the return trip, and donned a long blonde wig. His
He can tell you what the buffalo The next morning the memory Scotch kilts were handsome but
on a nickel is thinking about. He's of what he'd promised caused one shockingly short. He also mounted
always kind to Indians because 3f the worst hangovers of his life, the IM steps, mustered a fine fal-
they're pictured on a penny. It was a week before he mustered setto "my date's parking the car,"
the courage to ask his room-mate and asashayed into the building.
AND HE'S ONE man who can "Double Jackson" Jones, how THE TICKET TAKER'S jaw
ALWAYS stop on a dime. much a ticket to the Hop cost. hung. "Would ye look at that
Angus' lady began hinting the * * homely coed with the big nose and
15th of January. "Charlie Spiv- FORGETTING psychology com- the black eyebrows," he saida to
ak and Elliot Lawrence are go- pletely, Jones blurted out "seven his partner. "Faith 'n, if my ole
ing to play at J-Hop" she vol- fifty" and you could hear the woman was ever to wear a skirt
unteered as they celebrated Sat- Scot's ulcers pop all along Hill that short I'd beat her proper-
urday night with a brisk walk to street. He was in a coma for four LOOK AT THEM KNEES."
Ypsilanti. days, missed three finals and a And .sso it was that Angus and
"They're both dope fiends" free lecture on basket weaving in his lady, (who's quick to forgive
grumbled the Scot, slashing his the Rackham Amphitheatre. and a trifle Scotch herself) went
hand on a piece of glass that glit- The first thing Angus decided to the J-Hop for 13 cents and
tered like a nickel on the sidewalk. about tickets is that he wouldn't some kilts. And if there be any
x: buy one. Sharking up a plan, lie who are inclined to doubt the
"I'D LIKE to hear them" dressed carefully, and before story, call 2-6173 and make an
"We'll turn on the radio." picking up his date pocketed 13 appointment with Angus to see
"I'd like to SEE them," more cents, determined to follow the lovely gold compact that he
emphatically). ' "Iron Hat" Tiulle's famous party AND ALL THE OTHER COEDS
"How about you and me check- advice --."always travel first received as favors of the 1949 J-
ing coats ' class." Hop.
The Scot's lady was firm. If The night of the hop was one to
they didn't go to J-Hop, she was remember. The bonny loss shook
through. He could get someone with excitement as she pinned on
------- _ the handsome heather corsage
Angus brought (little knowing
madindstudentdrivingpermi he'd inherited it from his father
of all drivers, and by nightly and that it had been used at
raiding local pubs in search of Michigan dances f or 37 consecu-
under-age guzzlers. tive years.)
Several beach clubs were even 2% e yrrears.t
forced to rig a special buzzer sys- ANGUS AND HIS LADY toast- f
tems to warn patrons when Fliv- ed the occasion with the best Savings Inswsd t* $S,000. Any
vernip descended upon them, bathtub gin six cents would buy. ' assi opans yov mcoant.
Early today Chamber of Com- They dined royally on seven cents
ie'ce members finally shoved him worth of bread and peanut butter A ABBOR
on the northbound plane, snd ( the Scot explained thai the Red' N AR O
they didn't seem to be one damn coach would be too crowded at FEDERAL
bit sorry to see him go. thai hour.)
-- andr.) AVIINGdS AND LOAN ASSN.
The stars were crisp ad ~ ~
Seven EqalsNie bright above them as they pidAssnir x
ROME-September-the ninth peddled through the velvet 1 awwsnsa IeO oeI
month of the year-received its aight. The Scot's lady sailed up
name from the latin word "sep- the steps of the IM building and em"_whichmeansseven.
tens" which means seven. ___
The slight error was overlooked
when Julius Caesar artier two
months to the Roman Calndar.
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