Education: Drinking

The University of Michigan is famed for its law school, for its longtime Football Coach Fielding H. ("Hurry Up") Yost and for consistently getting its intramural difficulties well aired. After a protracted wrangle with the state legislature, Dr. Clarence Cook Little, cancer expert, resigned the presidency two years ago (TIME, Feb. 4, 1929). Last year three undergraduates were jailed for bootlegging. The placidity with which wide-trousered Michigan went its way last week was deceiving.

Many a Michigander brushed up his tuxedo, washed his car, made a surreptitious trip to Canada for a bottle of cheer to share with the girl friend from...

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