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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1955

PAGE TWELVh THE MICHIGAN flATLY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1956

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NOTICE

BALLOONS, BANNERS:
Yale Man
Will Direct Socializing I
By DIANE LaBAKAS
i' .1 VI seiBalloons, banners, and cham-
pagne could just about- sum up
University President Harlan what the Republican National
Hatcher recently announced the Convention was like.
appointment of Charles H. Saw- Unlike the Democratic Con-
yer, of Yale University, as director vention little political maneuver-
of the Museum of Art. ing was done. There was little
Sawyer has also been appointed haggling over the platform, even
professor of art in the College of the controversial civil rights issue.
Architecture and Design and pro- Campaign literature was distri-
fessor of Fine Arts in the College buted for Massachusetts Governor
of Literature, Science and the Christian Herter, Harold Stassen's
Arts. vice-presidential nominee. How-
His appointments are effective ever, little attention was paid to
at the beginning of the second se- Stassen and his inclinations as
mester, 1956-57. Vice President Richard Nixon was
Dean of Yale's Architecture and assuring his nomination through
Design school since 1947 Sawyer numerous delegation appearances.

ops GOP Convention

AIR

TRAVELERS

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Effective September 16, 1956, THE AIR TRAFFIC CONFER-
ENCE OF AMERICA, which governs all domestic air carriers,
will begin strict enforcement of the "minimum time limit rule"
which requires, among other things, that you pick up your air
ticket not later than 12:01 A.M. on the date of departure.

was responsbile for coordinating
that college's resources in the arts
and developing an arts program
for undergraduates as well aspr
fessional students in architecture.
Tomb Displayed
A reconstruction of a room from
an ancient Egyptian tomb from
carved limestone blocks loaned by
the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
in New York has been arranged by
the staff of Kelsey Museum.

President Makes Appearance
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
made only one public address and
that was on the convention floor
to accept his inevitable nomina-
tion. Fifty secret service men were
constantly guarding the President
anytime he stepped out of his ho-
tel suite, and several were scat-
tered throughout the hotel.
That was all the public could
see of their candidates. Most cau-
cus sessions were devoted to so-
cializing and introducing promin-

-Daily-Mike Kraft
FOREST OF SIGNS-Convention paraphernalia adds to fun and
confusion of recent Republican National Convention.

Boersma Travel Service is the only officially authorized and
ticket-holding agent for domestic air carriers in Ann Arbor.

Under this new ruling, Boersma Travel Service will handle your
reservations and air tickets completely free of all service and
telephone charges on all air tickets issued by our office.

Welcome to "MICHIGAN"
and to BALFOUR'S.. .
Our store is located conveniently for your shop-
ping pleasure, and we invite your visits often.
OFFICIAL JEWELERS and Suppliers of all major9
Social, Honorary and Professional Fraternities and
Sororities at Michigan.
LARGE SELECTION of Michigan Seal Jewelry, Gifts 1
and Novelties always available.
TRADITIONAL Michigan Seal Beer Mugs, Glasses,
and Keys and Pins.
DESIGNERS and manufacturers of the Official
Michigan Rings.
COMPLETE LINE of costume jewelry, lighters,
cigarette cases, greeting cards, diamonds, adult toys,
medals, trophies, and awards.
We are located on South University Avenue, just
around the corner from Washtenaw and U.S. 23.
L. G. Balfour Company
1321 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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ent state and national political
leaders.
The Michigan delegation con-
tained such prominent Republi-
cans as Secretary of Defense
Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of
the Army Wilbur Brucker, Post-
master General Arthur Summer-
field, Senator Charles E. Potter,
and Detroit's Mayor Albert E.
Cobo at their caucuses.
Most of the politiking consisted
in introducing candidates for key
state positions, particularly the
gubernatorial and congressional
posts.
Caucuses were held in the mor-
ning after which delegates and
friends immediately boarded char-
tered buses for the Cow Palace..
Special buses were also provided
for the public.
Tickets Available

they issued to anyone who asked
for them. Convention chairman
often found themselves with ex-
tra tickets people did not claim.
More women were participating
in the Convention proceedings
than ever before. A "Ladies Day"
was devised ot introduce outstand-
ing Republican women. Teas and
coffee hours were frequent. Spe-
cial dinners and breakfasts were
given to honor committeewomen,
state vice-chairmen, Citizens for
Eisenhower Executive Committee,
and to introduce the party's dis-
tinguished women.
An excellent orchestra backed
by such outstanding entertainers
as Jane Powell, John Charles
Thomas, Vaughn Monroe, and Nat
King Cole provided excellent en-
tertainment.
Thousands of buttons, posters,
and balloons were given to dele-
gates and spectators during the
demonstrations. More than one
hundred balloons were dropped
from the rafters when President
Eisenhower made his acceptance
speech. Flags, pictures of the Pres-
ident and Vice Prsident, and a
bronze plaque of President Eisen-
hower and Abraham Lincoln
added to the convention color.
Otherwise, most time was dedi-
cated to socializing. Champagne
was flowing at all parties, par-
ticularly at Governor Goodwin
Knight's supper and the Centen-
nial Ball.

B oersmca travel service

Tickets
available.
pressmen

for all sessions - were
Most delegatesand
had extra tickets which

12-14 Nickels Arcade
DOMESTIC AIR TRAVEL
NO 2-3155

Ann Arbor, Michigan
INTERNATIONAL & TOURS
NO 3-8597

Recipient Named
Richard B. Graver, a University
chemical engineering major, has
been named recipient of a 1956-57
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company
fellowship.
Recently Graver explored first-
hand how campus laboratory work
applies to industrial research when
he visited ADM's Minneapolis
plant.

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JACOBSON'S- A MICHIGAN
TRADITION FOR
CAMPUS-FAVORED FASHIONS
Jacobson's - your on-campus
fashion headquarters, the store you'll
-learn to know and depend upon
for all your style requirements.
Jacobson's - fostering Michigan's
wonderful tradition of the
well-dressed collegianne !

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city and country
* . . created by
cleverly

coordinating
these color-matched separates.
A. Lined wool skirt and in-or-out
wool jersey blouse,
knit-trimmed to match
the bulky cable stitch sweater.
Camel, blue or charcoal.
Sizes 10 to 16. Blouse, 9.95
Skirt, 14.95; Sweater 19.95
B. Two-piece blouson wool jersey
ensemble with a lined skirt. Striped
camel or grey. Sizes 8 to 16. $25
C. Lined wool flannel skirt
wooly and-fur sweater and monotone
striped blazer jacket. Brown
or grey. Sizes 10 to 16.
Sweater, 12.95; Skirt, 12.95.
Blazer Jacket, 14.95.

The bulky knit, the soft blouson, the
gentled blazer . . . fashion's
three important new "looks" for
campus and career,

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