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February 11, 1952 - Image 11

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Mday, February 11, 1952

T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY

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IL'S ANTI-BIAS, HONEST-SL

aring, Surprise Decision Made
By ARDY VARK
Special to The Daily
ALTO, Mich.--The Student Legature, by a convincing 19-21 count, early this morning
ned itself with the forces of anti-discrimination.
In a boldly controversial move, the Ligature passed a resolution, which reads: "The
lent Ligature is against discrimination." The measure was introduced by SL president
Pillbox, '49er, who cast the decisive votes.
The meeting, which was held in the vacated dining room of Alto High School under
new "tour-the-country" pot->*
was sparked by 29 seconds of
ed debate before members
the long-heralded step which, ;
fect, puts SL in opposition to
iminatry practices. f

'Procreation' Again in Offing
The Mid-Winter edition of Pro-
creation, the campus humor mag-- The Mid-Winter edition is a
azine, will be sold tomorrow by vi- burlesque, a parody, a take-off, a
vacious young coeds all over cam- satire, on everything that's new in
pus, Dan Hopeless, managing edi- the Arts.
tor, told anxious reporters yester- "We have poetry that's so unin-
day. telligible it makes sense and stories
"This time it's more hysterical so sparklingly obscene you'll roar
than ever," Hopeless promised, with laughter even while blush-
chuckling aimlessly while balanc- ing," Hopeless said, a slow smile
ing himself on his left ear. lighting the left side of his face.
YOUR
SPORT'S
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SPORTING GOODS
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OWEVER, Pillbox emphasize
SL is not committed to ac
y oppose any specific instance
iscrimination.
though only seven legislator
_physically able to make th
to Alto, a special "out-of
pi" quorum, established las
by the National Student Ac
y, was attained.
he new. ruling, called OOT
parliamentarians, requires
presiding officer to throw
dice at the beginning of a
eting outside a college com-
nity. The quorum is auto-
tically set by the results of
seventh roll.
eanwhile, in Rochester, Mich
obers of the Supreme Court o
s, contacted at an abandone
te five miles outside the me
olis, said they would look int
'ges of alleged irregularities ii
SL action:
sephine Meringue, '69, wh
mpanied one of the SCM
bers to the University-sanc
sd gathering, said her dat
unable to intelligibly commen
resent but he was planning t
atigate the situation when th
bogether terminated 72 hour
However she did say, "
Jimmie don't give a hoot
t OOT."
VERAL SL members dis-
ad with the final tabulation
ites inasmuch as they weren't
nt. Pillbox said Secretary
in Bobbin, 'Ibid, recorded al
the votes because of the im-
nce of the action.
s Bobbin chirped, "Knowing
e fellas and gals as I do, I'm
they would have voted that
owever, a wire from the Lan-
offices of former SLegis-
r Tom Peeping, 'OOL, ndi-
ug the 19-21 vote meant the
ion had not passed. Peeping
14 dissenting opinions of
New York State Narcotics
anission during the early
Deal period which he said
sorted his view.
the other hand, Pillbox said,
interpret parliamentary pro-
e, in a tie vote the president
mines the outcome" Inform-
had already voted five times
here was no tie, Pillbox said,
ew organization is bound to
some mistakes,"
HIS speech from the throne
e final passage, Pillbox said,
your president, I find myself
ily obligated not to commit
If on this issue in any man-
shape, color or form. How-
I consider it my constitu-
1 duty to point out certain
quences of your votes."
eking surreptitiously toward
oyal Court of Regents seated
e rear of the room wearing
it Discrimination" signs, Pill-
ontinued, "I don't want to
nee your vote, but, as on any
ion, there is only one correct
ci ast it"
the 30-piece marching band
the NSA Anti - Prejudice
rue launched into "You've
a Accentuate the Positive,"
ox sat back triumphantly.
ly reporter Merwin Dung was
n out of the meeting when
isted there was a typograph-
rror in the resolution.

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We have a good selection of Valentines
Since *w*Phone
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