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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav. Februarv 12 1956

Sunday, February 12, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Daily Reporter Reviews Tepid Date Riots
IStrife-Strewn Algiers, Abner-el-Maxixe.

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Sunday, February 12, 1956 THE MICHiGAN DAILY

REVIEW AND PREVIEW:
I Love Loosely' Star
Stumps Television Panel

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By ARTY MARTY
ALGIERS, Feb. 11 (SOS)-Un-
der the rain of shedding dates
trees the war in the Abner-el-
Maxixe continues to be a swarm of
low-flying date bombs and blood-
shed.
Present indications point to a
renewed offensive by our troops
although an attack by the enemy
forces concentrated near Sidi Ga-
zook cannot be overlooked. They
are laying away tanks, you're wel-
come,,gas bombs and shhh bombs.
Honorable High Boob Sy Gullet

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almost lost his life here yesterday
when he was pelted by old camel
toes and ripe tomatoes. The Rif
forces swept through the parade
Gullet was in and hurled refuse,
abuse and mousee through the
windows of the 1908 Pierce Arrow
in which he was riding. Gullet
escaped with only a tomato-stained
cravat and a pock mark made by
an uncut nail on a camel toe.
The problem of supply is com-
plicating the efforts of both sides.
Difficulty in bringing up large

supplies of beer to pacify the na-
tive population is proving partic-
ularly embarrassing to our gener-
als.
It was reported here today that
the Wolvering Squadron, made up
of thirty pug-mobiles, may be used
to fly transport planes loaded with
the beer. However, a street fight
may prove unhealthy for some.
Native leaders have long been
demanding large quantities of the
brew as their price for coopera-
tion in the present offensive.

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A recent survey taken by 16 re-
porters on campus reveals the
reasons behind the extreme popu-
larity of Michigan men.
Reporters contacted 587 coeds
(females at the University), and
asked why they were so crazy
about Michigan men (males at the
University). A composite of opin-
ions is listed below.
1. They are all Michigan men.
2. They are all men. This point
needs no clarification.
3. They have such charming
manners. When they slam a door
in your face, they do it gently.
They always pull the chair out for
you; they especially like to do this
when you're sitting in the chair.
4. Because they are so gentle
and patient with Michigan coeds.
In all humility, the poll reveals,
Michigan girls realize the limita-
tions on their abilities and the

negative qualities of their charms.
5. Because they make love in
such a big way. Michigan men
never do things part way, the poll
reveals. (The poll has revealed
enough regarding this point. Ed.)
6. Because they dress so well.
They never wear saddle shoes,
chinos or pull-over sweaters. And
they aren't so maudlin as to wear
neckties or clean white shirts.
7. They are always perfect
gentlemen. All coeds put "perfect"
in quotes.
" 8. Because they are so slow in
making love. Fewer girls empha-
sized this point in refutation of
point 5.
9. Because they are not a bit
egoistical or egotistical.
10. Because there are no other
men available. There was a uiani.
mity of opinion on this point.

By JOHN CROSSEYED
Daily Television Writer
For the first time in the history
of "What's Your Line?" a con-
testant stumped the panel. De-
mure Patrician Ward, sweet young
thing from Calumet City, Illinois,
IHC Meeting
Sets Snooze,
Booze Hour
Eight delegates stormed out of
last night's Inter-House Council
meeting in protest against the
passing of a labor motion by the
other 19 sleeping delegates.
As the meeting went into its
third hour, more than half of the
representatives were dozing.
IHC Secretary Shucks Straaal-
er, '57, chose this moment to in-
troduce a motion to draft men
living in the Residence Halls to
forced labor in the upkeep of the
buildings.
Foo on You
Officers of the IHC would be
exempt from this ruling, which
was aimed at cutting janitor costs.
Snoring council members auto-
matically passed the motion after
a short half hour talk by IHC
President Sam Blohard, '56.
The eight members who walked
out, all from South Quad, charged'
unfairness and misrepresentation,
and said they would take it to
judiciary,
Shortly before the. walkout, IHC
Recorder Sera G. Gultspik, '54,
announced that the 61% attend-
ance at the meeting was an all-
time IHC record.
Balanced Budget
Also considered at last night's
meeting was the budget for the
coming semester. Major items
were: $485, office expenses; $420,
Ensian pictures of the IHC offi-
cers; $225, office supplies; $188,
officers' expenses; $65, March's
IHC dance; and $18, IHC com-
mittees.
At the urging of all the council
officers, the budget was quickly
approved.
Dan Baloon, '59, Chairman of
the Academic Committee, reported
on a proposed scholarship.
A motion to adopt the scholar-
ship was quickly recognized as
ridiculous and defeated, 4-23. Vot-
ing for the motion were members
of the committee.
Blohard concluded the meeting
by presenting Goldberg House with
two recently-won trophies for ex-
cellence in sports.

completely baffled the panel on
last Sunday's telecast. Bennett
Turf didn't remember her, but he
was sure he had seen her before.
John Daily (twice on Sunday)
flipped the cards and awarded
Miss Ward the full $50 although
Miss Ward said her time was worth
at least $75.
Miss Ward is a chicken fat ex-
tractor for the O'Sullivan Schmal-
tze Corporation in Calumet City.
In line with the many exposes
on television, a new program is
in the making dealing with the
vice, corruption and immoral nite-
spots in Ann Arbor.
This documentary, taken from
the Confidential Files of the Ann
Arbor Police Department, was ori-
ginally printed on the back of a
postage stamp and sent all over
the United States.
The actual filming, however, has
been delayed due to the recent
robbery of the Confidential Files
of the Ann Arbor Police Depart-
ment.
* * *
The entire television industry is
buzzing over the merger between
NBC and C13S. Officials of the
Columbia network say they are
very happy with the merger and
will endeavor to maintain the high
production of cookies, crackers and
figure-eight pretzels which has
been synonymous with NBC for
these many years.
One NBC executive was over-
heard in the men's room at Rocke-
feller Center stating that "CBS
will now have the crumbiest shows
on television."This statement
caused an immediate flurry of
shrieks and yells for the executive
was Gloria Mitchell, well-known
fashion director for NBC.
Wide Wide Universe, the show
that brings on-the-spot happen-
ings right from the Spot, will be
in East Lansing, Michigan this
Sunday and will show the ticks
crawling around on Spot.
The show will be seen in in-
compatible black and white. Tom
Dugan will handle the commen-
tary from the Cook County Jail.
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Last Sunday night's Snooper
ratings came as quite ashock to
the two major networks. "The Ed
Solomon Show," which included
such greats in the entertainment
world as Arthur Gadfly, who was
recently fired by Hoolio La Rose
and a group of 40,000 Indian
dentists who drilled on the show,
received a 7.2 Snooper.
At the same time the new "NBC
Comedy Hour," with Lee-O Duro-
sure and 463 comedians polled a
surprisingly low 0.68 Snooper.

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