Picture this. Michigan students bundled against the cold. It's been a long winter and there's no end in sight. Half a continent away, Berkeley students sport baggy shorts, suntans and Birkenstocks.

So east is east and west and west, and never the twain shall meet, as Kipling put it. The relationship between Berkeley and Michigan remained cordial, but distant.


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