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February 12, 1951 - Image 16

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Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DA1. Monday, February 12, 1951
Ho gwa s 0u 1a0epens e-,w ']Big ,Barn'
Dily Frm Edior
F ~P 'esiet Julhn A. Hamma of neighoring H ogwash
t i_ Agiculr Colege, ted)ayn noun cd the grand open-
::ofHowash's ornate new "Big ,Barn."
The new Big Bar, according to Hamma, "will be the
most elaborate edifice on the Hogwash campus."
"It will include individual whitewashed stalls for grad-
uate students working for their degrees in farmology, a
softly bedded haymow for student activities and a plushly
- -decorated pig stye.
t THE BUILDING, which was fi-
L XC D1p 10 1 .4 nanced by funds raised by Hog-
-1wash's extensive dairy barn sys-
' iG o l S den s ter, swells the number of barns
\U rt f ~ on the Howash campus to atotal
132,948,400 - all financed at no
--__By LOUIS B. MOUNDS tensive program has been plan-
This week, two months after ned to celebrate the opening of
I=Congress passed a bill exempting the Big aJn.
SJo b s military service, The Daily has a 10 day holiday in honor of the
conducted an extensive survey to occasion," Hamma said. "And
Graduating seniors and other little training and are said to if the workers live "on the job." determine exactly what effect the moreover," he added, "if the sen-
bill has had on the University. for philosophy sections get the
qualified students have been of- provide a great deal of security. Free food is also provided. One thing is certain. College. haying finished in the west forty
fered positions of "great respon- Opportunities were said to be un- Lucky applicants may enjoy the men are studying harder than ever by tomorrow night, we'll add an-
sibility and unlimited future" with! limited by an agency spokesman. education of traveling, while work- before in history. As the President other two days to vacation.'
an important government agency, * ing with one of the agencies over- of the University, who refused todstin
it was announced yesterday. THE AUTHORITIES believe seas service, the spokesman said. give his name, put it, "The bill HOGWASH students,however,
The positions require relatively I that the work can be best done Appropriate clothing will be is has brought about a return to the have already startedntelebrating.
-sued for work in all climates and ras mrnig o eu to A ass rad ra d m eebaing.
the spokesman went as far as real meaning of education-drud- Amass rah rah meeting was held
saying that "nobody in our fam- gery. on the campus' main cow path
SHOP OUR WAY ily buys his own equipment." *last night and college officials es-
Applicants must be young LOCAL businessmen, however, timated that at least one half of
ApplicaDme or womn o sthi be yo felt that the bill was destroying the student body has failed to
ON J-H OP DAY "'e" "owomen igh charac- the essence of student life. As show up for classes during the
ter who provide intellectoal one Liberty street bartender said, past three weeks.
stiution sp an mralsr "The bars has always been the "We might be forced to give
tion, the spokesman zealously traditional center of student life, one or two students D's if this
However, he warily said, "a but now with so many of the stu- practice continues," one irate
physical examination of the most dents studying I'm gonna hafta professor of dairy cattle hygiene
sie xamn a tion of re o st- turn this dump into a bookstore said.
arate the weak from the strong. so I can make a living. Prof. Clem Farmtool, of the
Br t udhe wenandfromeetros ngd A bookstore for goshsake," he Department of Pigs, reported that
linot apply " he added p shrieked, his - voice breaking attendance at his classes has drop-
He cast an even murkier sha with emotion. He struggled to ped to a new low. "Most of my
.B..cds anteenb mukier at, get control of himself for a few students have missed the entire
Friendly Drive-Thru Service dow on the scene by adding that, minutes but tears welled up in section on the sanitary habits of
"some of the feld work involves his eyes. iHe blubbered mn- Hogwash ogs," he said.
" BEER " WINE " SOFT DRINKS f KEG BEER the risk of suffering personal dis- solably into the bar rag.
Open Daily 10 AM., Sundays Noon to 7 PM. comforts ain bodily injurieser- Ann Arbor police also take a W T
114 E. Williams Phone 7191 geBt ith a dheA hsr dim view of the draft law. Com- W TU Vi torious
- gsant with a dozen hashmak
- said with dignity, "is no tea party." menting on the recent rash of Following a three-hour debate
unexplained student murders, Po- between Henry Epstein of Pfeif-
ii .,. . lice Chief Robert Peel said, "At frsBeeyadasre fiil
"'ii i Oi 5 first fee'shBrwery andassortedofficial
ot th we thoughtth urd wa s ee WCTU, the University Con-
41j! ust student pranks, see, but pret- ference of Dens voted unanimous-
S1. ty soon we notices that the vi- ly to ban drinking on the Michigan
tims was all men students with
"A" averages. Frankly, we sus- campus.
-1 pect foul play."
Campus coeds don't think much Good-bye Boys!
~ of the new law either, "Jeez,"
uV W Et e n w l w et e , " ,said one w om an, scratching her D ean Erich A. W alter issued an
' W 1 N T H U () P S hip refiectively, "I can't remember order last night ejecting all draft
the last time I had a date. It age men from the University.
SHELL CORDOV AN seems like the men is alla time It is a practical expedient,"
studying or somethin'," she ex- Dean Walter declared, "to help out
.4 f plained the army and ease the ratio."
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