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October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…DELAY IN HISS TRIAL See Page 4 Lj Latest Deadline in the State Iattl CLOUDY, RAIN VOL. LX, No. 15 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I 41) * * # * Pigskin Rally Raids Bring SAC Inquiry To Review 'Rah Rah' Next Week "Rah Rah," including Tug Week and football pep rallies, will come up for Student Affairs Committee review next week, as a result of an overdose of "school spirit" that sent residence halls re...…

October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…7 2AGE TWO ~II N~~hiAN ILY i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1949 -,. NO STRINGS ATTACHED: New Group Seeks 'Puppet Regime' By JANET WATTS Jerry Witt, '51, has his way, If he'll set up a puppet regime with no strings attached in the Uni- versity. But Witt isn't advocating a rev- olution. Instead, he wants to or- ganize a working group to make Continuous from 1:30 P.M. TODAY and THURS.! puppets, write skits and help pro- :uce shows. * * * "THE ...…

October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…12, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -I ON THE SPOi By ROG GOELZ Associate Sports Editor ITS BEEN A LONG TIME since a Wolverine football squad has been on the spot. Following their unexpected loss to Army, that is the unfortu- nate position, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan and his charges find themselves in as they prepare to meet Northwestern Saturday for the team's Big Ten opener. Fans and sportswriters alike, will be watching this game, if for no other r...…

October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' Delay in Hiss Trial : i "I'm Afraid Things Are Getting Better" CQitEo4s Thte AN ANSWER to the question of who told the biggest lie of 1948 has been delayed again. Retrial of the Alger Hiss perjury case, . which was scheduled to begin in New York this week, has been postponed be- cause of a request from Hiss that the trial be moved to Rutland, Vt. The basis for the request, Hiss said, is the "excessive publicity giv...…

October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I I Independent Coeds Prepare For Annual Fortnite; To Present Scholarship, Activity, Skit Awards Independent coeds, blue-jeaned and ready for an evening of fun and award presentations will troop to the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre for next Wednesday's Fortnite celebration, which will start at 8:30 p.m. The program for this year's Fortnite will begin with the intro- duction of the members of the As- sembly Board and a ...…

October 12, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 15) • Page Image 6

…sI THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1949 _. SEASON OPENER: Italian Farce To Be Given By Speech Department r" The speech department has chosen an Italian farce for its first production of the fall season. "The Servant of Two Masters," which will be presented from Oct. 26 to 29 at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, is a play in the Comme- dia dell Arte manner of the tradi- tional Italian theatre. *. * * WRITTEN IN 1743 by the Ital- ian pl...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

… CANNED LECTURES See Page 4 Li -199L I -dAL- 4K 4br r4 44o, t 43atty CLOUDY, LITTLE CHANGE Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 20 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS Magidoff Assails Soviet Hate-Talk Reds Embark on Huge Anti-U.S. Campaign in U.S.S.R., He Says By BLUMA MAE ZILBER "There is now going on in Russia an anti-Western, anti-American propaganda campaign which has no parallel in modern history ex...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…rAGE T~wo TIAE MICH iGAN DAILY IWRD'NT, -DY, OCTOBER 12, 1948 I EXHIBIT TELLS ALL: Lawyers Disprove Fallacy Of Log-Cabin Presidents If you believe in the theory that all American presidential timber was carved out of a log cabin and whittled into shape in a smoke- filled room, prepare yourself for a shock. According to the new exhibit on Health School To Hold Fair "Your portrait, painted by Gil- bert Stuart, Rembrandt, or Gains- borough...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

… TH E MICHIGAN DAIY PAGE~ TU~ 0 orth Carolina Ousts ND SAs Leading Grid Team Michigan Advances to Fourth in As Penn,_Mississippi Move Up to AP Poll Top Ten NEW YORK - (.LP) - Cha (Casey) Stengel was named m ager of the New York Yankees 1949 and 1950 yesterday. Tie ceeds Stanley (Bucky) Ha:. who withdrew from the job week. Stengel, who managed 'lub the National League for i years, has been boss of the C land Oaks of the Pacific C League...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MIS' aA DAIIN iwvnvv;qnAv , neurniritu, I Ti-ii..M°"?_.,.A,_1 11.29'. _T_ Dl 2 U 1JA 1 V'1111 L411 L.1 WYV l 84 iLi. l V~/LxjjtZ~xl& . Canned Lectures HE LITERARY college faculty's condem- nation of the stenographic lecture notes business met a varied reaction-approval, disgust and indifference. The faculty was undoubtedly right in denouncing the sale of the notes. Paying someone else to do your note-taking for you probabl...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 5

… Wl DNX, MAY, QUTOER iM, 1 948 PAGE FmVT T_'E MICHIAN DAILY Ls ! I I i Swim Meet Ends Assembl Opens Fortnite with Traditional Talent-Spiced Show - Lassies Bid Lads on Oct. 22 For Annual LeagueFormal I t- Soph Notes it 1 In Kappa Victory Pat Scott Wins Individual Score Honors; Lynn Thompson, Janet Dewey Take Second For the second consecutive year, Kappa Kappa Gamma emerged from the all-house WAA swim meet held yesterday at the...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 6

…THE MTICHIGAN DAILY WIA;Y, OCIER n13, . ~94 FIRST 'EXTRA' CONCERT: Marian Anderson To Sing Tomorrow Houselights will dim for the sea- son's first Extra series concert at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Hill Au- ditorium when Marian Anderson makes the initial appearance in her 14th national tour. Miss Anderson, whose early music training was financed by the congregation of her church, began her career in 1926 at a guest appearance with the New York Ph...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…MYDA CHAIRMAN See Page 4 C qpl i r Sw4b 3Ia itj4 STILL INDIAN SUMMER Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII No. 18 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS Point- a-Minute Wolverines Bury Pitt, 69-0 _ _. _ - . VA Reports New Veteran Leave Policy etween Tern,. Checks Initiated New leave policies are now in ef- fect which permit unbroken sub- sistence payments to veterans at- tending college under the G.I. Bi...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY -SUNDAY, C4 OUR SISTER UNIVERSITY: American Teachers Needed In Philippines, Says Bartlett By JACOB HURWITZ One of the most important needs of our sister University of the Philippines is an expanded faculty temporarily employing a large number of Americans, in the opinion of Prof. Harley H. Bart- lett of the botany department. Prof. Bartlett, who returned to this country recently after spend- ing two months in Manil...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, OCTOB~ERt 12, 1947 THE iIICHIGAN DAILY m il N MASSES MISLED: Propaganda Cited by Student As Cause for Holy Land Unrest Hall To Speak on Area Studies By BETTE HAMILTON "If propaganda among the ig- norant Arab masses was not so set against the Jews there would be peace in Palestine," claims Miss Yona Yoshpe, University student from Hadera, Palestine. Miss Yoshpe comes from a small town near Tel Aviv which is sur- rounded by Arab vil...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN LAILY M Fifty-Eighth Year ON WORLD AFFAIRS: A Workable UN DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN1 Letters to the Editor... it L 1-41 jEdited and managed by students of the Uni- versity of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff John Campbell.................Managing Editor Clyde Recht ..........................City Editor Stuart Fnlayson ................Editorial Director Eunice Mint...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

…- '111D711i"- -4 I -iIG N DAILY Committee To Open Campaign 'e. For Sophomore Dues Collection, / _ I A campaign for collection of sophomore dues will begin tomor- row by the finance committee on Soph Cabaret. During the drive which will last until Oct. 31, members of the committee will personally contact all sophomore women on campus. They will visit all dormitories, league houses and sorority houses where sophomore women are liv- ing. A boo...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1947 ILLINOIS ARMV O IOWA 0 INDIANA 27 NOTRE DAME 22 CALIFORNIA 14 PURDUE 7 WISCONSIN 49 S. CALIFORNIA 3Z MINNESOTA 7 OHIO STATE 0 N'WESTERN 37 TEXAS 34 1MICH. STATE 21 211 OKLAHOM A 14 1WASH. STATE 7 Michigan Slaughters Panthers for Third Straight Illinois Ties Army, 0-0 Irish Edge Purdue, 22-7 By The Associated Press NEW YORK, Oct. 11-A pow- erful Illinois eleven pushed Ar-. m...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

…OCTOBER 12, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Pacfiic Coast Teams Whip Badgers, Minn Whips NU, 37-21; Pro Gridders Iowa Tops Indiana, 214Ga So -_ This Afternoon Football Scores By The Associated Press Southern California's rollicking Trojans gave a spectacular dis- play of power and precision today as they scored in every period to hand Ohio State's fading.-Bucks a 32-0 setback, their second of the season, before a capacity crowd...…

October 12, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

…..~~cWA 41Y- I- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12 A FACULTY FOR KNOWING: Prof. Abbot Looks Ahead To FM Station,-WUOM EOITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a new series of weekly articles on faculty personalities. By MARY STEIN Lining the walls of Prof. Waldo Abbot's office on 'the fourth floor of Angell Hall are affectionately- inscribed photographs of former speech pupils, now radio celebrit- ies. Fond as Prof. Abbot may well be of these mementoes, they re...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…DAN i3WORSKY BRUCE HILKENE HOWARD YERGES JACK WEISEN URGER LEN FORD HANK FONDE r .ddlL UA- irrigtrt tX(* ) VOL. LVII, No. 17 I ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS GENE DERRICOTTE DOM TOMASI Gloomy Skies Worry Army Grid Mentor Blaik Fears Wet Turf May Hamper Cadets By JACK MARTIN Coach Earl "Red" Blaik cast a wor- ried eye at the gray sky and said, "I don't like it." The coach of one of modern foot- ball's gr...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAMLY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1946 'z Dobson Halts Cards As Bosox Take Series Lead Rain Ragged 'B' Team Drops- Slippery Game to Indiana, Michigan's Fumbles Give Hoosiers Slight Advantage in Close Grid Contest N .5 t)N Cheerleade 'rs Will Perform Student Sections Will Form Large Block 'M' Cards Collect Four Hits (I Off Dobson S Offerings, Pollet, Relieved by Brazle in First Frame, Is Charged with Cardinal's ...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

…'A WORLD SECURITY See PACE '4 Y h &%w. UnZ E uti4 PARTLY CLOUDY AND COLD Amputees To See Army Tilt Today Generous Students, Faculty, Alumni Give Their Seats to Soldier Patients The University student body, facul- ty and alumni proved yester- day that World War II heroism has not been forgotten. In answer to the appeal issued by The Daily and the University chapter of the American Veterans Committee, they turned over 65 Army game t...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 4

…~'M*~ FQTJ~ THE MICHIGAN DATLY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1948 If Basis of World Security THE PARIS PEACE Conference yesterday fin- ally concluded its work on the Italian treaty, approving the French compromise proposals for the government of the Free Teritory of Trieste, but there was no indication that the distance between the opposing camps of the Eastern and Western blocs was any less. 1 Russia and the Balkan states were voted down 15 to...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1946 THE - MTCHTcAN DATLY PAGE FIVE a°." as uaaav.rai a.r ra aa a 1 __ ' _ Petitions Due For Positions n Assembly Interviewees Must Present Eligibility, Membership Cards At Consultations Next Week Petitions for Assembly positions for the coming year will be due at noon today in the Undergraduate Office of the League, according to Jeanne Clare, president of Assembly Asso- ciation. Eligible independent residents of le...…

October 12, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 17) • Page Image 6

…I fiiAcE sIX THE NiiCHI'GAN DAILY SAThDYOCOPE 1, 94 Mining of Isolated Areas by Atomic Power Held Unlikely I P,&" The use of atomic energy power plants in remote areas where other kinds of power are not available would not be of aid in mining and processing minerals now inaccessible, Prof. Thomas S. Lovering, of thel geology department, emphasized yes- terday. The only way atomic enegry could accomplish this would be to cheapen the pr...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… Weather VAap2"M 5k igau ~atxg Editorial Fair and Warmer. I# Play Production Needs New Home. VOL, LI No. 13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENT Wolverines Wallop Pitt P anters, 40- .. ._ , Women, Children Evacuate Moscow; Nazis Claim Gains Here Is Michigan Blocking And Running That Defeated Pitt Michigan Gridder Attain Supremac After Slow Star __ Entire Front Moves East, Germans Say, As ...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, . ,F Senate Reception: Since no indi- vidual invitations are being sent, this is a cordial invitation to all members of the teaching staff and their wives to be present at the Senate Recep- tion to new members of the faculties on Tuesday, November 4, in the ball- room of the Michigan Union at 8:30 tributed to departmenta secretaries. Green cards are being provided for reporting freshman absences. Ail freshman at...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Huge Skeleton Of New Overtowers Fst-Growii Range Firing Fifth Division Will Move To Camp In Wisconsin For ShootiigWorkout FORT CUSTER, Mich., Oct. 11.- (,')-Range firing which will take all artillery units of the Fifth Infantry Division to Camp McCoy, Wis., for about two weeks of target practice was announced today by the division commander, Brigadier General Cort- land T. Parker. The Wisconsin camp is the only military ...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUN .. Non-Interventionists Tell Views On Question Of U.S. War Entry DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN w.~' I ed and managed by students of the University of gan under the authority of the Board in Control udent Publications. lished every morning except Monday during the rsjty year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the or republication of all news dispatches credite...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 5

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nineteen Sororities To Pledge 265 Women 4 -- Rushing Period Formally Eids At Pledgings Kappa Takes Class Of 26 . Theta Is Second With 23; Silence To End Tomorrow (Continued from Page 1) ler, '45, Detroit; Margaret Birkett, '45, Oak Park, Ill.; Rita Jaski, '44, New- port News, Va.; Muriel Keltner, '43, South Bend; Ind.; M§rtle Patterson, '43, Ann Arbor, and Lois Lamson, '44, Saginaw. Alpha Phi: Dolores Anderson, '44, J...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…T' MIChIGAN DAILY Grid Scores Throughout The Nation... Dorm Teams C) en Seal EAST a Army 27, VMI 20 Cornell 7, Harvard 0 Texas A&M 49, NYU 7 Columbia 21, Princeton 0 Syracuse 6, Holy Cross 0 Penn 28, Yale 13 Brown 14, Rhode Island State 7 Boston University 17, Upsala 0 Navy 41, Lafayette 2 Drexel 19, Buffalo 6 West Virginia 20, W. Va. Wes. 0 Wesleyan 7, Connecticut 0 Tufts 15, Bates 13 Colby, 13, Vermont 0 Rochester 13, Kenyon 0 Coast Guard...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

… T'HE M I C H I GA N D A I LY PAGE SEVEN Minnesota . ..w. 34 Northwestern .. . Illinois ..... ...6 Wisconsin .... . 41 Michigan State . . 13 Notre Dame .. .. 20 Oregon State . .. 10 Texas Christian . 20 14 Marquette .......7 Georgia Tech .... 0 Stanford.........0 Indiana.........14 Colgate .. Michigan Trounces Pittsburgh, 40-0, Before 34,403 Minnesota Crushes Game Illini In First Conference Tegt, 34-6 Wo lverines PlayBrilliantlyIn...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 8

…THE I~CIVG DALtY SUNDAY, University Glider Organization Sets Records* In Elmira Meet The University of Michigan Glider 73 pilots operating 30 gliders at the Club will resume its powerless flight me h lbwsaadd50fe operations this week for the 15th meet the club was awarded 500 feet y ar after taking top honors in'events of special tow rope. ir the annual National Scaring Con- When the club resumes activities test held June 28 to July 13 in El-...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 9

… 4 MUSIC SECTION LL lit> igan :43 at l ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1941 .._ _ .. y .. .. _._ Grace Moore Will Open Choral Union Program _ . . Soprano Will Open Boston Symphony Orchestra To Present Concert .I Season's Concerts Grace Moore, Opera Star, One Of Most Decorated Women In America Presidents, lings Present Honors Grace Moore, Dixie's prima donna of music, will bring to Ann Arbor fort the 'first time ...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 10

…T"HIEMICI-TICANI D ATV Qt nAAr n it 1Ct! 'to a JUL i . . Thor Johnson, Symphony Conductor, ... Has Brnad Professional Background P By the time he was frAirt een, Thor Johnson, brilliant young conductor of the U~niversity Musical Society and the May Festival concerts, was play- ing the piano," the violin and the trumpet. I Campus Conductor He was born in Wisconsin Rapids, June 10, 1913, the son of the Reverend and Mrs. Herbert Bern...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 11

…1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THX I Outstanding Organziation To Appear Here hn Concert Church Choirs ; i n;. W. IBoston Debut li Minneapolis Orchestra Will Appear Here, Under Baton Of Mitropoulos The eighth concert in the Choral Union Series will be presented by the Minneapolis Symphony, led by the brilliant Atienian conductor, Dimitri Mitropoulos. One of the leading musical organi- zations of this country ,the Minnp- apolis orchestra spans...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 12

…I QYORTfHEMICHIGAN flAIL.Y ___ AY, OC'TOBE~R 12, 1.41 i Cleveland Orchestra Conductor', DA escribes Listener's Problems I _ By ARTUR RODZINSKI I like music. Naturally. I am fond of Wagner. His powers were stupendous; his music bold, original, beautiful. I am deeply interested in the works of contemporary Americans-I like the music of Carpenter, of Samuel Barber, of Edward Burlingame Hill, of Arthur Shepherd. And I am just as fond of the...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 13

…: .. , n . CENTENNIAL w LITERARY SCHOOL SUPPLEMENT adl r aANNIVERSARY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941 Literary College Celebrates Centennial Specialization Today And Yesterday: One Hundred Years Of Education First Classes Marks Trend Of University Of Instruetion Met Ini 1841 Two Professors Initiated Course Of 14 Subjects 'eWctingStaenOSt t, . . .With Seven Students, In Original Curriculum. IOin C r uInitiated First Session Emph...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 14

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941 1FAGE .!.O. .H.E.M"""'"G"" a 14 191 Dean's Anniversary Statement The students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are the heirs of a century of effort and planning in college education. On September 25, 1841, the University of Michigan first enrolled students in Ann Arbor. Seven students entered as freshmen, in contrast to over eleven hundred this fall. They were given ...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

… TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941 THE MICHIGAN D A TT.V PAGE THREE Cla ses mer beginning in August, withI remained President, always try- tibrary Had Beginning In183e7first Classes es at Christmas and four ing "to make it possible for every weeks in the spring. student to study what he pleases, Now one of the most modern Growing steadily though slow- O f Un versit The University did not have a and to any extent he pleases." With and extensive libr...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 16

…PA "E FOUR THE MICHIG~AN D AIV TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941 Wood-Sawing reeks Rst Was Primary LongHistory Athletic Event At U rty First CrtckeniTersntA First Cricket Team At Fraternities, Sororities University Sanctioned In 1865 As First Sport AdsCoL iv Aids To Living (Cntnud-ro Pg Group living at the University for the class of '75 built a gym- of Michigan in the form of frater- nasium made up of "two uprights nities, sororities and, more re...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 17

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE _ nn Arbor Ale Flowed Freely First Presic In Roaring 40's; Set Tradition ampus Champ Of 80's _srn student. And at last report Drains Off 35 Mugs a survey revealed that Michigan students drank enough beer each To Rate BMOC Title year to float a "good-sized battle- ship." Michigan students have been But in 1841 one out of every five wagging their beards or beardless Ann Arborites was a drunk . . and chins, as the...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 18

…PAGE SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 194 Women's League Has Grown Union Traces Mason Hall Has Udergone Change One of the oldet buildings on! Named Mason Hall in 1843 1 From Small Beginning In 1880 Past History campus stil inuse Mason Hall honor of the late governor who hs is now starting on its second cen just died, the building housed a tury of service--but it is a far cry A glance at the huge Women's Afrom what it was when it was...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 19

…TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE EVEN TUSAY .COEI 4,141T E IHIArD IY AE EE _Unversity Cam pus As It Appeared To S tud eits Of 1830 x:'ALSI* ;~i7 . In the 1860's the young University of Michigan's campus, likened "to a small farm," was a far cry from the vast campus of 'today. This view shows the northwest end of the diagonal nearly 100 years ago. Mason Hall Provided Students Co-education With First Sleeping Quarters Given...…

October 12, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 13) • Page Image 20

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN D A SLY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 18.41 High-jinks Of Students Daily Founded Displays In Library Illustrate University History The University of long livs present University Hall and a like C l N ,/fix Years Ago once more in 'Ihe glass enclosures ness of the old medical building. Softhemainibary Grazing on the campus are a few a assorted cattle and in one corner arte( B iOn display in the corridor of the of the painting a...…

October 12, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… i Weather Fair ,& slightly warmer today; partly cloudy Sunday. Jr Si igau6y ~~Iait Editorial Our Position' As A elation .. . Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication VOL. LI. No. 12 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1940 Z-323 T 7r 'om w7' s vw r -.r _ PRICE FIVE CENTS I " I_ 1 9 1 7 6 .T 9 L 1 _ IS T !1t 7 -s-1 -r English, IN azi Guns Bombard Channel Coast In Heavy Duel 'Instan Nets New dates Iecord As 1,200 Yearbooks Are S...…

October 12, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 12) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Absentee Voters Must Register .1 9w 4"' Al Deadlines are rapidly approaching in nearly all states for the initial registration of voters, a necessary re- quirement before absentee voters are eligible to apply for absentee ballots. Voting residents of Michigan must register before Oct. 15 personally, or through the mail by obtaining an affidavit blank from their respective county clerks. Absent voters are re- quired to r...…

October 12, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILYAGE MRE Wolverine Grid Team Meets Harvard At Cambridge Today _. don wirtehafter's I DAILY DOUBLE ;-. j tj ITil The Last White Line Is Crossed . . BOSTON, MASS., Oct. 11.-Two if by land and one if by sea. That was the signal here tonight as all of Boston awaited the attack of a mighty enemy from the Middle :West.- Poor Harvard! Their home- town followers give them little chance against our Wolverines. People here are ...…

October 12, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Letters To The Editor ~iI~GT~T( ,Of PNmT GI 'N* . Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Assoiated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise cre...…

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