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January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…TOURNAMENT OF ROSES EDITION LwAO ~Iat4b TOURNAMENT OF ROSES EDITION Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 75 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS It 1 Stanford Trounced 49-0 by 'M' Eleven In First Bowl Tilt Rout by 1902 Point-a-Minute Team Causes Indians To Halt Game Early By PRES HOLMES, For the second time in Michigan's history, one of its football machines is participating in the New Year's Day Ros...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

…_._II _ _.GA iAi L . . .. . ............. ...... . ........ . .... ------------ - 1947 Season Record I Tis Pag'e Is 1cluu Io the 6cpl#fls 1f Michit ' sam i-Its Linmen I USC MICHIGAN 21-Wash. State ............ 0 55-Mich. State.........0 7-Rice..................7 49-Stanford ...............13 32-Ohio State ............ 0 69-Pitt0................... 48-Oregon State ... .......0 49-Northwestern,. .........21 3iCifornia........... . ...14...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

….t~IS , w .. .« ..._.,. _ Nation's Cac esNameCrisler 'Coach of the Year Ayone Could Star Behind'M' All-American Credits His Success 'to Mates By BEV BUSSEY Despite the glowing adjective.F heaped upon. All-American Bob Chamuis, he can ^till wear his ole size seven headgear. Chappuis himself is the first to admit that he owes hi~ success as thLe Big Nine passing champion ahd total offensive leader for the last two seasons to other members ...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TH*USAY, JA On Target ... A-A Polls Bypass'M' Specialists ,, By BUD WEIDENTHALr Michigan's specialists found the going rough when it came to the All-American selections for the 1947 football season. Not yet aware that the age of "iron man football" had passed, many of the nation's leading sel- ectors persisted in naming first teams of all-around performers instead of asquad of specialists. Able to withstand the effects...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 5

…Triii MICJw14GN )AHX'oo Keen Lauds Lightweigbhts Cliff Keen, head coach of Mich-F igan's new 150-pound football team is full of Entl-musiasm for the Western Conference's new venture in intercollegiate athletics. "It's a great thing for these big midwestern colleges where so many boys get squeezed out of varsity competition merely be- cause they're too small.' Keen who has been head wrestling coach and assistant on the Wolverine grid staff f...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 6

…TiiF~ti & 7 jL Jayvees Help Fill * * * Varsity E p O Gaps Alann-Ford . . (rnntlnued from Page 3) ii 1 41 Victories over Michigan State, Grand Aapids HighlightSix Game Scheduic i <- BEER DEPOT Lrt 'lay Sparkles ThropvbrJ'?,-it S-ason By MURRAY GRANT Jayvee football at Michigan has, come a long way in the past dec- ade. according to Coach George Ceithaml, who led the "B" squad during the past season. Ceithaml said, "When I was pl...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 7

…T-1-1:19 MCIIGAN DAILY Aerial-MVinded ol vermnes Ld Nation I O ffens ~M' ets Pae In Attendance; USC Secontd Wolverines Average 76,114_Per Game Chappuis Passes Mliehinan To Leading Offensive Spot , j Whyr Mic higaln Led thy e Coun try i1 Oifp ense I 1 I I I B. S. BROWNC When Southern California trots onto the Rose Bowl gridiron Jan- uary 1, 1948, they will be encoun- tering the top offensive football Michigan's unbeaten and un...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIMSDAY, JAUARY Frosh Gridders Indicate Bright Future 1 - --- Squad Shows Promise In Jayvee Scrimmages Outfit Two to Four Deep at All Positions; Prospects May Offset Losses at Tackles I By SI SONKIN If the form displayed by frosh gridders this fall is in tive of the kind of football M gan fans will see in the nex years, the loss of Chappuis, ges, et al, though serious, ma be fatal. Of the 100 plus freshmen turned up ...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

…THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY lA/vt Wallops Badgers, osUO To PIGGY BACK-here, children, we have a lesson in determination. The Gent with the ball is Mr. Chalmers (Bump) Elliott scoring (Believe it or not) the first touchdown of Michigan's 21-0 win over Ohio State. A r ther belligerent Buckeye decided he'd go along for the ride, but despite his efforts, The Bumper scored anyway. Maize and Blue Downs ScrappyBuckeyes,2 1-0...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 10

…. THE MICHIGAN DAILYAJ TlltJRSDAY, JANUARY 1, 199 Gophers First To Slow M' Scoring Machine, 13-6 1innesota Line Aimost Pulls Brown Jug Upset Homecoming Fans See Maize-Blue Come From Behind To Edge Golden Gophers By DICK KRAUS A1NiN AIRBOR, Oct. 26-Up front where the 1947 chapter of the "Little Brown Jug" rivalry took place, Michigan and Minnesota played" to a Mexican standoff, but Wolverine backfield speed provided the 13-6 victory ...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 11

…zUaRY . 1 948THE MICHIGAN DAILY i. Wolverines Overpower Fonde, Bump Elliott Score for Wolverines - * * * * * Fumbles, Interceptions Detour Michigan Drives Alert Defense Deciding Factor in Triumph With Both Teams Scoreless in Last Half By DICK KRAUS CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 1-Michigan did it the hard way, but they did it convincingly, whipping a tough Illinois eleven 14-7, after spot- ting the Fighting Illini all the breaks in a bruising see-...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

…,VE THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIIURSDAY. JANUARY\ 1, 1948 r As. Y'ftyA' sai 4 'c "^ ~" u<v ~ 'M ' AYu r2« 3O verw helm s 'Pore LI'l B f.~%5 lCiappiuis Bump Elliott Sec oys,' 35-0; ire Twice W'olverines Run WFild over Hoosiers As Of fensive Gains 363 Total Yards Early Training Sent Siekels Towards Gririron Greatness MTkaize and Blue Regains High Scoring Form; SickeI, 'Turns in Finest Contest of Career I Yerges lateraled to Fonde who went over...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 13

…,w... THURSDAY~,JANUARY 1, 1I948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SWildcats First Big Nine Team To Feel M Power Wolverine Grid Machine Rolls To 49-21 Triumph Six Michigan Players Scored Touchdowns As Precision Attack Baffles Enemy Eleven By DICK KRAUS EVANST ON, Ill., Oct. 18--Michigan made an auspicious Big Nine debut at Dyche Stadium, overpowering a good Northwestern eleven, 49-21, in a ball game that was strictly "good hit, no field."...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

… TIJE AlICIII(-.W'-,XN DAIIA I'll U"ICSDAV, JANUARY 1, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 =-' -79= It V11 Warns Coast by rouncing S ord, 49-13, Wolverines Pi Up 42-0 Halftie Lead Four Tallies iS First ighi ViiuIs Turns Game ino ichigan Rout By DICK. RAUS Ielhind a savage : cfricie .t first quarter o :fensive, +i'higan rolld over outmanned Stanford, 49-13, 4t the University of Michigan Stadium yesterday, in a sparkling...…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 15

…1, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Facts and Figures V ~ V <U M M*%" Total First Downs . . By rushing ........ . By Passing...... .. . By Pe-ialties ........ Net Yards Rushinr .... 2 Yards Lost ...........1 No. of Rushes ...... . Net Yards Forwards . .2 Forwards Attempted ..1 Forwards Completed ..1 Passes Intercepted by . . Punts, number ........ Average Distanc .. 3 Returned by ........ . Kickoff-, number ...... Returned by....... Average .........…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 16

…---1N III 4 IWAMN hill t 0 (.' the SECOND time .. . SLATER'S CONGRATULATES MICHIGAN'S FIGHTING ROSE BOWL TEAM WAY BACK IN 1902 when the first Wolverine team emerged victorious in the Rose Bowl, SLATER'S was proud that i t was part of the life of this great uni- versity. Yes, since 1872 SLATER'S has watched with keen interest Michigan's. many activities, and the two Rose Bowl games have been high points. For 76 years SLATER'S has been ...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

… Dufek Wahl Spark Wolverines to Big Ten Crown *. 1* 4 By JIM PARKER After all the honorary titles, All-American team berths and mile- long adjectives describing superlative play have been handed out by the sportswriters and sportscasters, Michigan's Al Wahl and Don Dufek each point to one title with particular satisfaction - those which were bestowed upon them by their teammates. For Wahl it was the election by his teammates at the end of th...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

…Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 i u s . - MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1951 , Congratulation to the Champions of the West and Our Rose Bowl Team The Daseola Barbers Liberty near State Wildcat,_Buckeye Wins Rejuvenated Running Attack Brings 4 34-23 Win over Dogged NU Team Give Michigan itle A * * * * By BILL BRENTON Associate Sports Editor Michigan's improving Wolver- ines parlayed a crisp running at- tack and a hard charging ...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

… MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WAGE Tl MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TI o Snarling Wolverines Bow to 4rmy C) * * :. N . * * * RCadet Reserve Strength Provides 27-6_Victory Ortmann's Passing Leads Maize and Blue In Tremendous First Half Offensive Show By BOB SANDELL (Associate Sports Editor) NEW YORK-A brilliant second half rally and a couple of reserve halfbacks gave mighty Army its 23rd straight...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…AGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 , , Ci'h9 tulatkon4 tooa GREAT MICHIGAN TEAM ALEXANDER DRUG STORE 727 North University Offense Snrowed Under, Iill i * * * Win * * * S * * M' Bowl Hopes Fade, 7-0 By BILL BRENTON Snow and an inert Michiganj offense combined to grease the rails for Illinois' Rose Bowl ex- press on Nov. 4, at the Wolverine stadium.7 A capacity crowd of shivering fans saw the Fighting Illini, bea...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 5

…PAOU F MONDAY, JANUAR'Y' 1, 1951 I THE MICHIGAN DAILY 5~g~%S BoowsIo~~I MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1951 TIlE MICTITGAN DAILY - - - ---------- - Ground Attack Halts. Indiana Long Runs by Bradford, Dufek Lead Wolverines to 20-7 Win '4, 'M' Backs Get Going on Ground Player Tries Gains Loss Ne~ Ave. By BILL CONNOLLY Michigan's football team aban- doned their previously indispens- able pass offense after finding it unsuccessful in the preceding t...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

… PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 PAGE SIX MONDAY, 3ANUARY I, 1951 NO EASY TIME FOR 'M': Illini Scouts Call California 'Tough' Wolverines Trample Dartmouth, 27-7; By BOB ROSENMAN "Michigan is. not going to have an easy time against California it the Rose Bowl New Year's Day." 'This, in essence, is the opinion of two University of Illinois scouts who got a good look at Lynn Wal- dorf's Pacific Coast Conference champion...…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 7

… MONDAY; JANUARY 1, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG E1 i A4W% ILf. f7L " L' 1 Rival State Crew Upsets Michigan a * * * * Spartans Hang 14-7 Loss on Wolverines The sour-grapes cry of "wait un- til next year" has been eliminated from the vocabulary of Michigan State football fans. Yesterday, an aggressive, confi- dent Spartan team out-maneuver- ed the disappointing Wolverines in registering a 14-7 victory over their strong state rivals....…

January 01, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

…:4 ° PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1951 I . M' arching Band To Play To day 11 I I * * * * *b * Art Plus Precision Mark 'U' Bandsmen By LEONARD GREENBAUM The half-time shows have changed West coast football fans will see from squad drills mixed with un- the nation's best college band this related formations to the present afternoon when the Michigan thematic musical pageants. Mili- Marching Band takes to t...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

… Mailer's panorama of horrors Continued from page three modern thought, but the real ab- surd. The form of the new metaphor is a collection of chapters inter rupted by the introductory beeps over the ether of Amercia - thus following the rules of the art of the absurd: The absurd is an art which is built not only on interruption, but annoy- ance. . . . It assumes that annoyance, not love or passion or climax, or in- terest, or mood or mind o...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… IL 40- 7 Turner: Old violence is the sire rI L 'Generalists often finish last Cities in a Race With Time, by Leanne R. Howe; Random House, N1o. by David L. Aiken Jeanne R. Lowe is a generalist. She's a journalist with a specialty, >ut makes no pretense to being an xpert in the usual academic ense of expertise. She has written :or several magazines, specializ- ng in urban affairs. It's often valuable to be a gen- ralist. Sometimes you can...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

… At lb 4 At 4 Seferis: myth, miracle, Continued from page four reading of the poems - was the poet's omission of the last words of Anticleia to her son: "Note all things strange seen here, to tell your lady in after days." Seferis was convicted. He was a woman- hater, and thus he was not Homeric, was not Greek. However having re-read his poems two or three times I can presently only ac- cuse the editors of denying the wisdom of Seferis' ...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

… Turner: Deep in the American dream Continued from page one els, we must deplore the author's slips and miscues. If I am right in thinking them irrelevant, then those who bring up -- if only to praise - the novel's truth and precision have succeeded in cloud- ing the true issues. Styron's own characterization of his work, "a meditation on his- tory," seems no better a formu- lation. Here he meant only that his fourth novel was relevant to ou...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…4 5 p I F b I F A* # Af 0 i l Am q - 7 4 A less than brilliant venture in p 3 Hinterland star- dazzles i I city bastards 4 The Line of Least Existence and Other Plays, by Rosalyn Drexler. Random House. $4.95 hardbound, $1.95 paperbound by Elaine Georges "This is very exciting!" a girl in one of Rosalyn Drexel's plays admits to her boyfriend. Unfortunately, that much cannot be said for this collection of farces. Mrs. Drexe...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

… 1-- AAI k( 4. -o Like, I don't dig; it, man TEXTS AND COP Namier and Tv The Hippies, by the Correspon- dents of Time, e d i t e d by David Brown. Time Incorporated. $1.95. by David Potter America's burgeoning infor- mation industry is ever on the lookout for new saleable copy. The Kennedy assassination, the Viet- nam war, and now the hippies provide easily exploitable oppor- tunities for this not always ethi- cal profession. Adding to the...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

…Ai A t * S 6~ I S - 4 I. Mrs. Ginzburg and Papa Joe Continued from page one response, but behind it is a fatalism and in spite of Svetlana's self-indulgent ten- and inability to see that a society of hu- dency to see Stalinism as yet- another mans is not an immutable entity whose grotesque episode in the case history of whole is greater than its parts, the per- suffering Mother Russia. Those Soviets sons who compose it. Too often we are ...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… S by Jeanne Safer A rich and intriguing collection of new and reprinted paperback titles has appeared in the past few months, especially in fields usually barren - poetry, psychol- ogy and the fine arts. Poets of Note A complete edition of Rimbaud has finally come out in paper. It is a two-volume University of Chi- cago Press edition edited and translated by Wallace Fowlie. The first volume is bilingual, and con- tains fine, if rather litera...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

…I /i 0 0 A i V, w f Collected Poems 1924-1955, by George Seferis; translated and edited by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard. Princeton Univ. Press. $10. by Michael Madigan The translations of Keeley and Sherrard are unavoidably not the poems of George Seferis, the poems that were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1963. For, while Seferis has given his "generous interest and cooperation" to the transla- tors, the tone of the original poems...…

January 1967 (vol. 5, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

… Last of a well-recorded life Post-War Years: 1945-1954, by Il- ya Ehrenburg, translated by Ta- tiana Shebunina and Y v o n n e Kapp. World Publishing C o. $6.50. by Jane Duckett Being a writer in post-revolu- tion Russia has customarily been a hazardous occupation. Mayakov- sky opted for Russian roulette, which he played persistently until he lost. Pasternak secluded him- self in an out-of-the-way country home where he wrote into the drawer ...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 15

… 4 I 4 4 4 '4 "Two The Novel Now: A Guide to Con- temporary Fiction, by Anthony Burgess. W. W. Norton & Co. $5. by James Rutherford For those on your Christmas list who I are semi-illiterate, in constant need of ; names to drop at cocktail parties, or I just entering an eighth-grade English I class, The Novel Now will be a welcomed I gift. Pound/,Joyce Continued fron page seven are very different one from the 1 other, and, further, that I...…

1967 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

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