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Protesters Wreck U Building

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Parent Issue
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22
Month
April
Year
1972
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Proceedings In Area Courts

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
March
Year
1970
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'Pioneers' Settle Cobblestone Farm

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Day
9
Month
February
Year
1975
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Michigan State College students paint the U-M campus green and white prior to the big game, November 1954

Michigan State College students paint the U-M campus green and white prior to the big game, November 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1954
Caption
MSC STUDENTS DAUB U-M CAMPUS: A band of Michigan State College students early this morning revivied the practice of daubing the University campus with green and white paint prior to the annual football game between the two schools, scheduled Saturday. Eighteen of the raiders were arrested and jailed. Top picture shows U-M students crossing a "GO STATE!" sign under the Engineering Arch. Above left, University plant department workers Earl Mallory and Cecil Vincent try to remove a crudely splotched "S" from the Rackham Building, which was badly defiled. At right, one of the lion statues in front of the Museums Building sports a green nose, an "S" across the chest and another "S" on the pedestal. Several other buildings and walks were smeared.

Michigan State College students paint the U-M campus green and white prior to the big game, November 1954

Michigan State College students paint the U-M campus green and white prior to the big game, November 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1954
Caption
MSC STUDENTS DAUB U-M CAMPUS: A band of Michigan State College students early this morning revivied the practice of daubing the University campus with green and white paint prior to the annual football game between the two schools, scheduled Saturday. Eighteen of the raiders were arrested and jailed. Top picture shows U-M students crossing a "GO STATE!" sign under the Engineering Arch. Above left, University plant department workers Earl Mallory and Cecil Vincent try to remove a crudely splotched "S" from the Rackham Building, which was badly defiled. At right, one of the lion statues in front of the Museums Building sports a green nose, an "S" across the chest and another "S" on the pedestal. Several other buildings and walks were smeared.