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indav Februarv 11. 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rlo'unce Whiqggens' Nuptuals
ON THE HIOUSE
By JENNIFER CLUTCHLE
" JUST TOLD Harly that we couldn't live in that packing crate at
S.. .Ohio State any longer, so he arranged to be appointed president
of the University and then, of courae, we got to live in this new big
house on the campus," a. Harly Thatcher revealed yes rday.
Mrs. Thatcher who made the statement to a Daily Women's Editor
during an inspection of the new premises was very cooperative about
the news. "I know that such news will destroy all previous ideas that
Harly was lucky to get the job."
SHE THEN threw herself, full length on the nearest divan, and
muttered, "I suppose you would like to see the new house."
Brushing away numerous Goebel bottles, she gestured toward
several smokey desks. "The University gave us these-they were
rescued from the Haven Hall fire."
We moved into the kitchen where an impressive array of cooking
utensils were assembled. "We use gas," she moaned. "All the Bunsen
burners came from the chem lab. The Plant Service loaned us the
blow torch for those steaks that Ann Arbor merchants specialize in."
DURING THE tour, the seven Thatcher children followed the;r
z4_ mother closely begging for marijuana cigarettes. Knocking all seven
to the floor with a blow, she remarked, "I do love the children, but
sometimes they are so irritating."
The tour was rounded out in the second sub-basement where the
Thatchers had set up a still. "It's a tradition in the South you know.
We have to keep this hidden-some silly rule about alcohol on Uni-
versity property."

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Restrained in
Gen. Library
Herndon Rothschild, '52E, was
apprehended by police early this
morning attempting to force his
way into the basement study hall
of the General Library.
Closeted with a prominent psy-
chiatrist moments after the ar-
rest, Rothschild claimed that he
was drawn by an irresistable force
to secure a copy of the Memoirs of
Count Ferdinand Schutz, eigh-
teenth century desperado and
boon companion of the Marquis de
Sade. The sole extant copy of this
book was kept on reserve in the
basement study hall. It has since
been taken to the rare book vault,
translated back into French, and
painted blue.
Asked why he wanted the book
so badly, Rothschild said quietly,
"It's dirty as Hell."
Fifteen minutes after the Roths-
child arrest, Milo Frong M.D.,
prominent psychiatrist, was appre-
hended by police attempting to
force his way into the basement
study hall of the General Library.
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