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Page 2-The Michigan Daily Magazine
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Day Sehool Opens September 24
Night Sehool September 25
Professional training fo business positions, at a saving of time and
money. Choose one of these prcia'cuss
Secretarial Speedwriting
Aceounti mautiStenograph
Stetnogra lphie u Buisitess Machines
Bookkeeping
FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE. We are receiving many position offers
for each graduate.
AN OFFICE POSITION offers a good salary, opportunities for advance-
ment, regular hours, paid vocations, and pleasant surroundings.
EARLY REGISTRATION is advisable, especially if you are interested in
part-time work or a choice of rooming places.
PRE-MILITARY OFFICE TRAINING for young men who are subject to
military service.
Ask for FREE LITERATURE
LEARN MORE about the opportunities which await you, and how you
can save time by preparing here for a job with a future. Phone, visit our
office, or mail a card today.
Hamilton Business College
Founded 1915 State and William Sts. Ph. NO 8-7831

The Michigan Daily Magazine
Vol. IV, No. 1 Monday, September 16, 1957
CONTENTS
A LOOK AT THE CITY... .. ........... By Malcolm Cowley Page 3
MEYER LEVIN'S "COMPULSION".........By Tammy Morrison Page 4
THOSE BOOMING MOTELS.. .... . ........By Michael Kraft Page 5
BUS TERMINAL BLUES... ... ........... By Michael Kraft Page 6
CUBA'S YOUNG INTELLECTUALS ......... By David A. Munro Page 7
PAUL DARCY BOLES .................... By Burton Beerman Page 8
ART SCHOOL'S McCLURE ............... By Lane Vanderslice Page 9
BILLY GRAHAM, CRUSADER .. ............ By Richard Taub Page I1
DORMS WILL BE DORMS ................... By David Kessel Page 12
TAMMY MORRISON, Magazine Editor
RICHARD BLOSS, Magazine Photographer
PHOTO CREDITS-Unless specified, photos are Daily Photos by Richard Blass. Page 5: Photos
Courtesy The Michigan Architect and Engineer. Page 6: Daily Photos by Sam Ching. Page
7: Photos Courtesy the author, David A. Munro. Page 8: Photo by Bill Diehl, Jr. Page 9:
Daily Photo by Norm Jacobs. Page 10: Photo Courtesy the Macmillan Co.

WANTED!
1000 HEADS
be they square, flat or rounded
for that crew-cut
at
The Dascola Barhers
Near Mich gan Theatre
C.

U

SCCENTER,

Just West of Hill Auditorium

is the only place in town where you can get
ALL the following...
1. RECORDS-Classical - Popular - Jazz - Folk - Children's.
2 Separate Departments - Tremendous Stocks Experts to Help
You Choose - Booths for Listening.
2. HI Fl RECORD PLAYERS - Pilot, Magnavox, Columbia & Others
3. HI FI COMPONENTS - Fisher, Pilot, Scott, Many Others - Net
Prices.
4. TELEVISION - Magnavox, RCA, Philco.
5. RADIOS - Magnavox, RCA, Zenith, Telefunken, & Others.
6. DIAMOND NEEDLES, $9.95 up - SAPPHIRES, $1.50 up. (The
Most Complete Stock in Town Installed Free).
7. TAPE RECORDERS - Stereo & Conventional Foreign & Domes-
tic - All Prices.
8. MODERN SERVICE DEPARTMENT for Television-Hi Fi-Radio.
9. PARTS for Radio & Television.
10. EXPERIENCED Sales Personnel in All Departments.
You are always welcome at
THE MUSIC CENTERINC.
300 South Thayer St.-Just West of Hill Auditorium

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