THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951
YF 'EM MOLEHILL McINTYRE:
'Barefoot Boy' Comes Out of 'Retirement'
By GAYLE GREEN
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The "barefoot politician" almost
went into partial retirement this
semester, but bounced back into
the spotlight with his election to
the Board in Control of Student
Ingenue politico, Bill McIntyre,
'52, who has been in the student
legislature limelight since his elec-
tion in the spring of. 1950, began
this semester by settling down to
a year of "limited activities."
His plans were upset, however,
with his election to the board.
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"CATCHING UP on old Gar-
goyles,, 'Ensians, Generations and
bound volumes of The Daily, in
my new capacity as member of the
publications board, should help to
take up some of my spare time,"
he said leaning over to untie his
Actually, however, it's diffi-
cult to imagine McIntyre having
any spare moments during the
day. His "partial retirement"
consisted of these "limited activ-
ities": member of Men's Judi-
ciary Council, Joint Judiciary,
House President, Administra-
tive Board of Literary College,
IFC House Presidents Assembly
and member of the SL reorgani-
"I try to use every minute of
the day," the twenty-year-old De-
troiter explained, slipping off his
shoes and depositing them under
"Excuse me," he said, "but I al-
ways do that. I just don't enjoy
sitting still for more than five
minutes without taking off my
shoes. Usually I don't even bother
to tie the laces, but I tripped com-
ing out of Angell a few minutes
ago and was forced to tie them,"
McINTYRE claims that he had
no political aspirations at all as
a freshman. "I never plan a long
time ahead," he pointed out. "It
is fallacious to assume that you're
not going to change as an indi-
vidual. It would havebeen using
a High School frame of reference
to say at the time I entered the
University that I was going to be
a corporation lawyer. I'll wait
GARGOYLE AND FRIEND
. . . "I like to use every minute of the day."
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till I get to Law School to decide."
(It will be Michigan or Harvard,
for law, he hasn't decided which).
"I feel I missed a great deal
of my freshman year, spending
13 out of 15 weekends in Detroit.
When I came backs the next se.
mester I ran for the East Quad
Council unopposed. It was just
one of those things. Surprising-
ly enough, I was elected.."
Then the vice-president .of the
council left school to sell television
sets and I was chosen to take his
place. You see it's been breaks
all the way," he explained.
McIntyre went on to win his
first SL seat as a relatively un-
known sophomore with a record
number of first place votes.
IT WAS WHILE he was chair-
man of the SL Campus Action
Committee that the committee
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worked on eliminating discrimina-
tory questions from college appli-
cation blanks, r e v i s i n g the
Thanksgiving holiday, the SL
Speaker's Bureau and bias clauses.
As a leader in house and out-
side activities McIntyre utilizes
his philosophy of trying to "keep
a finger on everything but your
nose in nothing."
According to one of his friends,
"he has a way of putting words
into your mouth, making you think
they're your own ideas and mak-
ing you kind of happy that you
were smart enough to think of
BUT,"MOVE' Em Molehill Mc-
Intyre," as he was du]Zbed by his
Michigamaua tribesman, or "Lit-
tle E" (Greek letter for president)
blue-eyed McIntyre inspires confi-
dence with his "Oh go on. You
can tell me. This is old Bill you're
It's his ingratiating smile that
must win the women, decided
one of his Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity brothers. "He had
more bids to Pan-Hel Ball than
any other guy in the house."
"President or not, he gets down-
right obnoxious at times," com-
plained still another. "He doesn't
like sleeping in the cold dorm, so
he sneaks downstairs and parks
himself on the sacred senior
couch. Sometimes it's impossible
to study in the same room with
him, he makes such odd noises."
"Regardless of what they say,"
McIntyre countered defiantly,
"they elected me president and
that's the greatest honor I've re-
ceived here. When the men you
live with who know you best still
elect you their leader, then it re-
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Members of the campus army,
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The total of 235 pints was the
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VOL. LXIV, NO. 57
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