THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Monday, February 7, 1955
Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 7, 1955
Paul Bunion Wrapped in Sock at DBS
fy JOHN BUNYAN
their tip off from the manageir of to the Stadium in a 1934 Mercedes
Special investigators from the the Capitalist Market in Ann Ar- Benz on a dark night in Decembe:
Michigan State Cop School yes- bor. He reporotedly overheard two while members of the Athletic de-
terday rounded up the last of the of the conspirators talking about partment were gorging themselve:
Vicious mob responsiole for heist- their crime while trying to make at the Annual Alumni Jock Ban-
ing Paul's Bunion Trophy. an illegal purchase of intoxicants. duet in Detroit.
The wart-like award was found Commented Michigan Athletic Gaining entrance to the teai
wrapped in an old sweat "ock in Director "Fritzie" Cadillac, "We room the dandies weiring white
the East Lansing basement of Bee intend to find suitable housing for elves, tat tersal sests, and nine
0. Leopuldt.'541 ,piresident of the the Buinion in a specially built
Onion Club for DJetroit Bench Sit- takoyrcaai cdI h
O n I f B tank of hydrochloricacid y i t
In a dramatic raid engineered Women's Swimming Pool.
by the referee of the Michigan- Details of the elaborate plot to
Ohio State game ringleaders of the lift the Bunion award were un-
Ann Arbor mob were picked up as folded by Robby Smells, '59, as he
they read of their exploit in the sat dejectedly in a corner of his
Michigan edition of the Democrat- cell at Jackson Prison.
ic Digest. Mercedes-Benz Involved
Capitalist Gives Lead He told of how an unsuspectinn
According to the cops they got gang of campus dandies rolled up
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A WART-LIKE FIGURE
coot-long wool scarfs dragged the
Bunion Award out of its hiding
place and into the luggage com-
partment of the Mercedes-Benz.
Moments later they were roar-
ing out of town1 with a motorcycle
escort as University President
Harlon Catcher waved bon voy-
age from a smashed window of his
In a matter of hours the Bunion
was carefully stowed away in East
Lansing and the mob returned to
Ann Arbor to drink beer and write
letters to the newspapers at the
Ding Doug on Tyrainy Street.
"I never thought you'd find us,"
Smells snarled, thumbing through
a copy of the University Rules and
Regulations. "What's the charge?"
"Lareeny," shouted Harry Ne-
mo-Nemo, '55E-'64L-'69M-'74 B-
Ad., a member of Joint Fishery
Council who had been sent over
to Jackson to interrogate the cul-
prit. "You and your whole mob are
gonna fry for this. It'll be worse
than the Phid case."
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