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December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…EXAM READING PERIOD See Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State 4EI 41P tt. ti RAIN, WARMER VOL. LX, No. 66 School Job Given Back ToKauffman Sunfield Board Reverses Stand SUNFIELD, Mich. - (P) - The Sunfield School Board voted yes- terday 3 to 2 to reinstate the Rev. Albert W. Kauffman as su- perintendent of the publip schools. The board reversed its action of Thursday when it fired Kauff- man because of unfavorable pub- licity he was sai...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TiE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1949 I PORTAGE LAKE LOOKOUT: New 'U' Observatory Nearly Comnplete By LEONARD GREENBAUM The University's new observa- tory located at Portage Lake took another step towards completion with the recent installation of its dome. The dome, 28 feet in diameter and 41 feet above the ground, was added to the modern structure a year after the scheduled date. THE OBSERVATORY was be- gun in April, 19...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

…StNDAY, DEGEMDER 11, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 1'II rr - THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE R COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Harvard Students Finally Yield to Old King Football By DAVE THOMAS The rumbling heard last week- end by observant citizens as far west as St. Louis, was not an atomic blastsor even an earth- quake - it was merely old John Harvard turning over in his grave. In Cambridge the racket was terrific. Disillusioned by a dis- astrous, single-vic...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 4

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECMERii 11, 1949 I I Exam Reading Period N ITS EAGERNESS to push an extended Thanksgiving vacation, Student Legisla- ture has over-looked another far more needed "calendar" change. This is the so-called "Dead Week," a period (not nec- essarily a whole week) set aside immed- iately preceeding exams, in which no class- es are held. In this time the student has a chance to review, organize and integrate the mater...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 5

…SUND~AY, DECEMBR, It11,i 1949 TIE IMIIIIGAN L AI iY I PROLIFIC PAST: JGP Boasts 46 Year Tradition; elabeth illcn S. State St. just off N. U. in Campus Town from 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Formerly for Senior Coeds Only By PAT BROWNSON Prom the first production of the Junior Girls' Play, staged in 1904 by six junior women, JGP has ris- eri to become one of the biggest traditional events held each year on the Michigan campus. The play, fir...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 6

…P'AGE ItX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1944 :.. ..._ Toledo Topp les Gage rs, 5 7-36 Moss Equals Pool Breast Stroke Record As Michigan Dominates State AAU Meet C J y Ragged Second Half Costs, Wolverines Initial Setback Rockets Lead 25-24 at Halftime; McDonald High Scorer with 15; Suprunowicz Nets 14 By BILL BRENTON (Special to The Daily) TOLEDO - Michigan's cagers were unable to cope with a very effective Toledo zone or...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 7

…r SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DlAtL' PAGE SEVEN Keen Starts 25th Mat Season By CY CARLTON Michigan opens it wrestling sea- son against the University of Pitts- burgh on January seventh and that day will be the start of the 25th year of coaching Maize and Blue mat squads for wrestling mentor Cliff Keen. * * * Since 1925 Maize and Blue grap- plers have been tutored exclusive- ly by this veteran of the game. * * * KEEN HAS esta...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 8

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY SUJNDAY, DFiCTEMBER 11, 1949 FACULTY FOR KNOWING: Prof. Paton Crisp, Quotable By PAUL BRENTLINGER Though best known as an auth- ority on accounting, Prof. William A. Paton has extended his inter- ests and activities far beyond the intricacies of the realm of debits and credits. Crisp comments on public af- fairs, plus several popular ac- counting textbooks have made Prof. Paton's name familiar to students of economics a...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

…SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1949 - THE MICHIGAN DALLY' PAGE NINE SUNDAY. DECEMI~Th 11 1948 PAGE NINE r _ .__ ._r.. J K f 1 1 i ' 11f. V .1. s0 af Y V o 9 ". JK . ~ x. 4 /2-' 1k A T AS 1k -IS £P IC y- ° , ' ,y Y"r: ..,r . h ' v. 1 . - '', GIH 4, 13 .2 N onidav 01 77F I 9 SAN'S Ann Arbor Merchants NI when. will. i remain open until 9 P.M. in honor of this Grand Old Man 77 is here, and Christ- i *r Yes, Christma...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 10

…THE MICIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBE9 11, 1949 SUNDAY, D~CEMB'EIt 11. 1949 3 Varied Footwear Provides Useful, InexpensivePresent Typical yuletide problems in Ann Arbor are looking for dif- ferent, unusual and relatively in- expensive Christmas gifts for roommates or coed friends. Bed socks, loafer socks, or bed- room slippers may be just what is desired and local stores have them in stock between the one and three dollar price range. COLORS...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 11

…SUND41AY, DECEM~BER 11, 1940 T NIT 1MICTTC AV T l ATT.V PAGE F TEVTN 11111 1V11L 111V H1\. .LL& 1L. 2. x nu L r.4 c:vI Male Fashion Experts Advise SpecialCare of Tux, Tails Christmas, J-Hop Formals Replenish Stock Of Local Stores in Varied Colors, Cuts, Prices It takes more than a quick run! to Sam the Tailor's and the aid of a roommate to cut an imposing figure for that formal dance, cam- pus lotharios have discovered. Wholesale ignor...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 12

…PAG 't-W - AE " . THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, flECEM 3UR 11, X94 Fashions for Skiers Revealed Tiny Flowers, Jewelry Adorn Christmas vacation plans bring thoughts of skiing --- and ski clothes - to the minds of many sports enthusiasts. The woman who wants to throw conservatism to the winds -- the icy winds of the ski slopes - may choose a parka of canary yellow nylon seersucker or she may choose garnet ski pants to be worn with a brightly...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 13

…SVNDAY4 DMCB.1 IflER 11p 1919- 7tHE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE TJIITREN. _. Shoe Experts Predict More Color, Ornaments for Casual Footwear By BARBARA MOLYNEAUX Mosct popular of all the casual campus shoes today is the suede oxford with a crepe sole, seconded by the saddle shoe with the loafer retreating to a quiet third place. Fashion experts are predicting that in general there will be a lev- einfg off of preference so that the saddle and espe...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 14

…PAGE FOtITW THE MICHIGAN DAILY,- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1949 THEs MTCH caANaBAtixx "1Lt.Y 1- - - ... .. 4.aa. .avclrNaAY r.i~lw; alMuPR11, 1.'=1 Perfumes Vital To, Women; Women Plan Wives of Henry VIII Character, Name Important Yuletide Fetes By JANICE JAMES To the majority of well dressed women in the world of fashion, the proper perfume is as vital a part of their good grooming as lipstick, hose and nail polish. As is customary, th...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 15

…SUNDAY, DECtMBER 11, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIFTEEN, Pearls, Jet, Rhinestone Clips Ornament Velvet, Satin Hats- With Christmas festivities just around the corner, coeds are be- ginning to plan for this party and that tea, and along with these plans go thoughts of what hat should be worn to each. Styled to add charm to the short dinner dress or theatre suit, yet not to obstruct anyone's view, are little cocktail hats in black velve...…

December 11, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 66) • Page Image 16

…PAGE SIXTEEN T HE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DEJOEMBER 11, 1949 . 1 ! !} t _ r Old Time Customs Revealed In Origin of Silverware Usage Eating peas with one's knife was not always uncouth. Time was when banqueters held their food in a napkin with one band, while with a knife in the other they cut it, and -so carried it to their mouths. It was the back of the knife, which in polite society,' entered the mouth, and the protuberance on the back o...…

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