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September 13, 1960 • Page Image 61

…F Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 190 l -Day-James Warneka ADDITION--Included in this year's construction projects for the University is the three-story addition to the Student Activities Bldg., adding over 35,000 feet of floor area, The addition should be completed by September of.next year. It will house the Office of Admissions,'the Student Employment Office, the office of Student Affairs,...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 62

… Varied Program Orients Students to University of Mkhigan and Ann Arbor in the bag SAFER, EASIER, NEATER WAY TO CARRY YOUR "SCHOOL STUFF" a tio d. ate eo C ede Iyon ta id fmj ha' au BIC Wa afl 2 0 0 0 I 0 ' I i SAVE ON ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT WARDS SHOP WARDS of Ann Arbor before you buy- Wards have more than a million items available for your selection-Fashions as advertised by Wards in "Mademoiselle" for the sharp coed -the latest styli...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 63

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tb~ItY~daY C ~ GrQ~ ~j 639~O~, ~jis. IIII 'gents Govern I Isals Polic UNIVERSITY BRANCHES OUT: Flint DearornMfer Unique Services F lnt , 4fr m ar 1) Baki 98we h Ollf erSua~f rga edn ents. -two at to elec- In the ath of w the re-] Regents currently include Ec~kert of Lansing, Charles mnedy fo Detroit, Carl F. ai of Ann Arbor, William 1naly 0of Jackson, Eugene B. of Ann Arbor, Carl Brablec' ville, Irene E. Murphy of ngha...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 65

…THE MICHIGAN DAILi Requirements Provide Broad Program essential skills of speaking, com- prelhending and reading the lan- guage for its use in professional and other affairs. It also providest a general view of the culture of the people whose native language is being studied, social Science The social sciences attempt to find patterns and understanding' in the realm of human relation-! ships. They assemble, correlate and analyze information ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 66

… ppr THNE MOST EXCITINGW DEVELOPMENT IN DIAMOND RINGS IN 50 YEARS! AT DANIEL'S you get the extra services so important to every customer. You get the full guarantees that go with the product, and you get Daniel's budget, too, if desired. REMEMBER ... at Daniel's you are assured, always of quality, service and the best honest value anywhere. Again we offer a hearty welcome to Ann Arbor and hope that we at Daniel's will be able to serve you in t...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 68

…TIE MICRIGAN DAILY 1 Hall, Lubin Reinstated; Hatcher Takes r (Continued from Page I) # fines of not more than $10,000 or said. He will continue this super- 1liam Cross who left the University Government Council and other the owner, and it "stoo had taken nn official stand nre- five years' imprisonment, or both. vision. to assume a similar post with the student activities. entrance for about ti 11CLti YOYA.G II liV Vii/41Sa1 /P VikaaV. 7t4"...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 69

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nelson Named To Post .... Subscribe .Henry Secre- n and I mn and) to J, 4nnourncinq The HOMECOMING \ Michigan ined the de- ophy of the ule of Law." s here were Sen. Wayne king on old high school erine Girls' Daily MASS ( , I MEETING SHELLEY BERMAN ' ' Thursday, September 22 Coming ANN ARBOR HIGH Wed., Oct. 12 FRESHMEN-Homecoming requires little time but provides much er U I. .. . . .. ...... ... ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 71

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I t _ , 1 1 l ;"' =;' ,, i y; i I " l ) JI I J U 11 r / I' ~ II 1~ 4 / X b wr Z /"I 'I } 1 !,f; , t " 1 /'. Y,,. 'i I t ~ 41 ,( " .. _ ~7 A L A ) ' A. rH cj Villags-8Store iiAa 14 0 r 11 Ii M' 109 S. Jefferson Pleaant 2-5 797 Birmingham 205 Pierce St. Mid west 4-7100 1205 S. University Normandy 5-8682 0 Grosse Pointe 88 Kercheval Tuxedo 4-7180 II .' :mss ,2 '3 >i' …

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 72

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYATUEUDA, I p ~ I m S Student Student Government Council BIKE AUCTION-Saves you money. Watch for announcements at the beginning of classes. ook e change I I', 1 FRESHMEN I Save money- buy your books at SBX. in basement of the Student Activities Building. Open 1-5 Sept. 12-23. I M YOUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL SERVES YOU = S 0 ica I SI S. lo cI COS O 0 01 di I * A BAD FALL - AN ACCIDENT - an eme...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 73

…Air zlan ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 _ t + Con strluctionl Resumed STUDENT ACTIVITIES ADDITION-On the right of the pictured building is the new addition to the SAB, which is due to be completed next fall. Financed by student fees, the new wing will contain the admissions office and the bureau of appointments and occupational information, as well as a number of student-oriented adminstrative offices. OUTLAWS DISCRIMIN...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 74

…'HE MICH!IGAN flA Ly SERVICES UNIVERSITY, STATE: IS T Geared to Space-Age Research and bringing them back to earth. Prof. White said that rather than take over any space of cur- rent University fa cilities, the In- stitute's biggest function will be to provide additional laboratory space for University research andl to be the center for state research. Institute Branch Another major part of Institute work will be the Great Lakes Re- search ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 75

…~AiC .1c@e"~ - 60d~sOr~1 ~ jl ~39 Stote TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY legents Govern Establish Policy II ~p.S. I UNIVERSITY BRANCHES OUT: Flint, Dearborn Offer Unique Services vision and control; policy and expen- ;is done by the lected Regents. re chosen-two at pring state elec- ear terms. in the ion or death of ers, the Governor titute for the re- eRegents currently include E. Eckert of Lansing, Charles ,ennedy fo Detroit, Carl F. hiaei of Ann A...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 77

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL' AIM IS LIBERAL EDUCATION: Requirements Provide Broad Program conferences. Some of the sections of Freshman English are com-' bined with sections of Great Books, Psychology, and Political Science, where the subjects of the assigned themes deal with topics in the other departments. Most students who complete English 23 must then elect Eng- lish 24, where a shift is made to somewhat more extended readingI and the preparation...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 78

… I AT DANIEL'S you get the extra services so important to every customer. You get the full guarantees that go with the product, and you get Daniel's budget, too, if desired. 'REMEMBER . . . at Daniel's you are assured always of quality, service and the best honest value anywhere. Again we offer a hearty welcome to Ann Arbor and hope that we at Daniel's will be able to serve you in the very near future. B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION At the U...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 80

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY Z I i_ Speech Department To Produce Eight (ConUnued from Page 1) - .1 ner of Hoover and State Streets. The playwright lived in ancient Greece from about 448 to about 380 B.C. He wrote forty comedies, "The Frogs" in 405 B.C. Only eity- en of his forty comedies are extant. The November 3-5 production will feature Michigan's Varsity Swimming Team as the chorus, moving and responding (in the water in this case) to t...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 81

…THIE IICHIGAN DAILY orn,' 'Frogs,' Lead Off Season pawal"m 4flfloLufCi~q istration and until the opening of year). Business manager is Rich- "The Frogs." ard Lutz, grad. Tickets may also be purchased Past productions by the Univer- at the Mendelssohn Theatre box sity Players, formerly known simp- office when it opens Monday, Oct. ly as "The Playbill," have included 17. The saving on a season sub- "Look Homeward. Angel," "The scription at ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 82

…THE MICHIGEAN DfAILY 0%. W E LS Student Government Council BIKE AUCTION-Saves you money. Watch for announcements at the beginning of classes. tudent e change FRESHMEN! Save money- buy your books at SBX in basement of the Student Activities Building. Open 1-5 Sept. 12-23. I YOUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL SERVES YOU S 0 . nse ition c Cos 0 0 UIC ' A BAD FALL -AN ACCIDENT - an emergency operation - a battle with fever -...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 83

…4A&43a" ~Iaitr ACTIVITIES SECTION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 TWELVE PAGES W To Renovate Girls' Dorms CENTER OF ACTIVITY-The League Building houses facilities for recreation, study and meetings, It also houses the Women's League, the coordinating body for clearing policies and sponsoring ac- tivities aimed strictly at the female contingent on campus. League Coordinates Programs j rtB LIwnA BRODEY I The Women'...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 84

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY esidents Share Work, Cut Expenses WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: 'U' Offers Physical Education-for Fun, Crec By MICHAEL BURNS Democracy and economy are the goals of cooperative housing on the University campus. First organized in 1934 for the purpose of economy. the co-ops have grown to include 133 stu- dent residents and 74 students who take only their meals at the houses. There are eight units on the campus: four for wom...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 85

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fue -pr e MUSKET By JEROME WEINSTEIN At the time it was thought that I Around the end of November of original material might still be this year the curtain at Lydia used, but it was finally decided Mendelssohn Theatre will rise on that nothing was good enough. the enchanting city of Baghdad, The safest thing would be to put and actors and audience will be on produce acknowledged stand-1 transported to the rich and col-...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 86

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY "E 'U'H AS 44 HOUSES: IFC Coordinates Campus Fraternitie By HARRY PERLSTADT The Interfraternity Council swelled to 44 members this past, year when two colonies were given fraternity status. pledging fraternities has also in- creased during the past school year. Of the 1655 men who rushed,. approximately 903 pledged various fraternities. "The most important part of rushing is going to see as many houses as possible," Jon Tro...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 87

…19TE MICIGAN DAILY wberry-Gomberg M akes History a When "Show Biz. USA," the Newberry-Gomberg Michigras pro- trophy case for a month before duction for 1960 won three top the show and construction of the prizes, it made Michigras history. prefabricated parts began three What is the process by which a weeks before the show. show can take first places in the Booth Design Show, General Appearance The booth was charcoal gray (Booth) and Ticket...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 88

…THE MICHIGAN DAIIY IQC New Governing Body For Men's Residence Halls PLANS MORE TOURS: 'U' Glee Club Captur International Trophy st Names ;wecw d e °r Qe On May 14 at 11:15 p.m., when 4,200 people joined the Michigan Men's Glee Club to sing "The Yel- low and Blue," it marked the end of the club's 101st annual Spring Concert. But the climax of the 1960 sea- son occurred on July 11, when the group was awarded first prize for male choirs a...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 89

…Policy Doris TUE MICHIGAN DAILY ACTIVITIES, GOVERNMENT: League Offers Full Schedule By JUDITR BLEIER embly Association is a coor- ng b o d y that represents independent woman living e residence hall system. organization is divided into ssembly Board and the As- y Dormitory Council. The is composed of the officers committee chairman. Myra s, '61, will serve as president g the coming year. ore a freshman woman ar- at the University she will re...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 90

…TUVE MICHIGAN DAILY -Daily-Alan Winder 'YEOMEN,' FRONT AND CENTER-The title characters in Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta take over the stage momentarily, to chor- us their opinions in last fall's delightful G&S version of ""Yeomen of the Guard." This year G&S has chosen "The mikado" and "Rud- digore, or the Witch's Curse." GOODYEAR'S . .. serving students e 5 Ywith pleasure since 1888 { ee res V" (lce"Pe Q toh Make Goodyea's, your fashion ho...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 91

…TAE MICHIGAN DAILY gned a rushing counselor, who guides him through tours of DEBATE SYSTEMS' ADVANTAGES-During rush last year, the fraternity houses on campus, and answers all his queries Inter-House Council President Boren Chertkov (on the left) and ut the system. The counselor is a fraternity member who is Interfraternity Council President James Martens looked at the porarily disaffiliated with his chapter, so that he may remain unique qual...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 92

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .tuden ts iV SUS~ANJ IWJSIIBE from All Parts of Wvorld Belongto k sT Fa v araxw aaauWia aaa.ta:lalox ! k flash of a pink sari, a glimpse a turban, two girls passing in ditional Chinese brocade dres- and gathered groups of stu- ats from Turkey, Japan, Korea d the United Arab Republic are ly scenes at this University. kpproximately 1350 students per nester from 80 different coun- s give the University the largest ernatio...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 93

…TAE MICHIGAN DAILY ORGANIZES RUSH: I- i Sororities' Activities Coordinated by Panel ESHMEN COMPETE-Each spring the women of the freshman class are divided-into Maize and Blue teams-for Frosh Weekend. ove, the teams (Maize on the left, Blue on the right) rehearse for the floor show each presents during a jointly-sponsored dance. Ulcbever team is judged the winner during the event, it is certain that members of both enjoy every minute of it. ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 94

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUSDA THE MICHIGAN DAILY T~A Y"CM A I U 1960 FALL SEMESTER I 0nema Thursday and Friday, 7 and 9 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED. u'ld rog ams i 4 Saturday at 7 and 9, Sunday at 8 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED. 1 DECEMBER 3, 4 I SEPTEMBER 23 4 OCTOBER 27, 28 A. LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER with Danielle Darrieux, Leo Genn Short: The Barber Shop, with W. C. Fields SEPTEMBER 24, 25 Teahouse of the August Moon (COLOR), with Marlon Brando...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 95

…SPORTS SECTI ON 5kO ~~Iaii4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 TWELVE P AGES SPORTS BEAT Quarterback, I by TOM WITECKI Guards Football Dual Excellence DOMPATIBLE" IS THE WORD many have used to describe ,ademics and athletic at the collegiate level. Michigan, which has been labeled "the Harvard of the Midwest" he former field and "the Champions of the West" in the latter has attempted to combine these two "ncompatible e...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 96

…THE ICIIGAN DAILY iling Offers Chance To Relax Rugby Gains in I Among Michigan Studer tion of some rule while partici- pating in a dual meet could result in the sailor's disqualification from the race. More Enjoyable Once one has become a skipper sailing becomes less complicated and more enjoyable. Skippers in the club are privileged to take out boats at any time without super- vision. The club has an ingenious sys- tem for transporting i...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 97

…THE MICHlIGA~N DAILY The Traditiona in Fine Shirtings W EE JUN f The finest name The English Tab in loaferS For the man who has an unerring sense of style, the elegant tab shirt [ takes on stripings that are at once ,. complementary and unobtrusive. for from 6.50 both Men and Women from $14.95 For 75 years the manufacturer of this fine product has The Button Down made the outstandi ng outdoor footwear in this country.The Most favored choice o...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 98

…THEICRI GAN DAILY our Canpus Shoe Center"I Golfers Hope 'w- Ar AV TMl the NEW by Sebago-MoC WITH PATENTED WELT CONSTRUCTION* By JIM HAIDT "We've got the nucleus of a good squad. Now all we can do is watch and wait." In these words Michigan golf coach Bert Katzenmeyer summed' up the chances of the Wolverine golf team for the Jl961 season.1 Coach Katzenmeyer cannotsafford to be overly optimistic this season after his golfers finished a disma...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 99

…13, 104 13. 1'I'C TJMICUTGAN? DAILY cers By MIKE GILLMAN Associate Sports Editor Continue Improvement' Hockey is one of the top specta- tor sports at Michigan, and the 1959-60 season saw what may be the first surge toward the promi- nence that Wolverine Pucksters enjoyed in the late 1940's. Coach Al Renfrew, in his third year of rebuilding at the helm of the hockey team, saw his squad' post a 12-12 record. The year was one of great promi...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 100

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Track Team Wains Indoor Tit DISTANCE MEDLEY CHAMPIONS-This quartet of Ergas Leps, Dave Martin, Tony Seth and Brian Gibson brought home one of Michigan's two Penn Relay crowns last spring. TEXTBOOK RIESERVATION for all PRE-CLASSIFIED or PRE-REGISTERED STUDENTS Reserve BoslhsEASY Way- Avoid the Rush and Confusion at the Book- stores on the First Day of Classes - by Fill- ing In the Blank Below and Mailing to ULRICH'S. YOUR ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 101

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ymnasts Host Title Meet , free exerecise and tumbling; and Lewis Fenner on the side horse. Loken then got warmed up on the subject of the five and "one half" boys returning from last year's squad which never quite reached its potential because of injuries and drop outs. He was quick to explain the "one half" returnee. "Bill Skinner, last year's cap- tain, will only be with us for a semester." Skinner is a terrific tumble...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 102

…T"F MICPIG.* ! DA 11,x' TUESDAY. TIlE MICIVTOAN DAILY TUESDAY ,, I restling, Swimming Teams! Win Big Ten i ietl Swinmers Finish Second To Trojans in NCAA Meet CAPACITY CROWD-There wasn't an empty seat or an empty aisleway in the 3,000-seat Varsity Pool last winter when Michigan met Indiana in the top dual meet of the season. By HAL APPLEBAUM Associate Sports Editor Michigan's tight-fisted grasp on collegiate s w i m honors slipped s...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 103

… rack To Coach By DAVE ANDREWS owing the most disastrous t in history, Michigan's bas- 1 team will return to the for the 1960-61 season with look and renewed hopes un- he youthful leadership of Strack. ack, who was an assistant his predecessor, Bill Perigo, two years ago, returns to gan after a year as head at the University of Idaho. eam he inherits won but four games overall and only one Big Ten, but all is not lost. greeting him this fa...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 104

… By BRIAN MfacCLOWRMY+ They had bombed Arizona's and drove him from the mound Big Dave Brown, following a It's in the infield that Lu At 1:25 p.m. on April 30th of highly touted righthander Jim in the fifth inning while posting short Big Ten slump, still man- have to perform some pal this year baseball coach Don Lund Ward for 13 hits en route to a 12- an 8-5 win. aged to hit .350 for the season, in- for next year to fill the sp was nervously p...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 105

…lLY ers Win Big 10 Title Again By FRED STEINHARDT 'inning its fifth Big Ten cham-, ship in six years, Michigan's -us team continued to shine er Coach Bill Murphy in 1960- he netters turned back a strong thwestern challenge with some ch play to walk away with the 59-50. Competing in the mament, which was played at nston, were Gerry Dubie, num- one singles, Frank Fulton, n Wiley, Jim Tenney, Bill Vogt Bruce MacDonald at two ugh six singles re...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 106

…TWELVE ~~~~THE MICHIGAN DAILY U SASPEWE ESDAY, SEPTEMSEIi It 's 72 r-4 6w J Un iversity Bookstore I' for the Best in BOOKS' and SUPPLIES I SERVING MICHIGAN STUDENTS SINCE 1883 Thousands of Michigan Men and Women have I i found our dependable and courteous service I' combined with the friendly atmosphere of a I "real bookstore" the answer to their book and 11 I supply needs. I I I New and Used TEXTBOOKS and SIT ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 107

…4br 41v' t t r Daii4p GENERAL SECTION ES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 TEN PA Segregation, Protest Rig Main SGC Interest Area IRW IRA. - 4 - - 4"* Rw - -o - q w w uF I PIC Seeks -I Members LOST, STOLEN AND STRAYED--Bicycles from every corner on campus may find their way into this storage area-and many do. Shown above is only a portion of the bikes picked up by the Office of Student Affairs; about 60 per cent o...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 108

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Li braries Provide By ROBIN McMILLIN Lounge chairs and settees, art exhibits and record players may not sound like library accessories, but they are all an important part of the University's new Under- graduate Library. The library, one of two under- graduate libraries in the nation, was opened for service on Janu-' ary 16, 1958. Since that time, over three and one-half, million people have been counted as they entered t...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 109

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY STUDENT-OWNED: WCIJN Broadcasts to Dormittories ENERS-Even in chilly weather, a speaker with something to say can find an audience which isten. Some of them may be amused, some skeptical, and some downright bored, but there are ys those few, who listen and understand, that make the art of communication worth something all. .yde Park' Attracts Students By RICHARD OSTLING "You're tuned to the finest in college radio . . . W...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 110

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RANGES CONCERTS: society Organizes Musical Productions By BEATRICE TEODORO ae University Musical Society organized in 1879 for the pur- of associating the music of University with that of the munity ade up of prominent members oth groups, it was not a per- ing body, but rather a group nized to manage, direct and sor musical activities. me of the groups that came r the sponsorship of the Mu- Society and which was or- zed a...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 111

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY iSILS, ANIMALS, ART: Museums House Variety of Exhibitions WOLVERINE CLUB By ROBYN McMILLIN Natural Science Museum Have you ever seen a dinosaur? Or a Mastadon? Or a saber- toothed cat? All these creatures, and many more, are lurking around the cor- ners in the University's Natural Science Museum. The building can be easily recognized by the lions guarding the heavy double doors at the entrance. The display part of the mus...…

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