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January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…niuage Methods Em phasize Speech Aspect By JUDITH OPPENHEIM The urgency with which foreign language study has come to be arded lately has resulted in both new methods of instruction and reased enrollment in University language courses. With the general intensification of emphasis on foreign lan- ages, studied because of their applicability to world problems, a it in teaching methods has placed increasing importance on ility to speak andund...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

… ______________THE MICHIG6AN DAILY s hallenge Program Lists tudents as Guest Speakers ARTS AND LETTERS: Opera Singer Teaches at U' To Schedule Peace Drive, In February By RONALD WILTON I I$> i By KENNETH MILLER Next semester's Challenge pro- gram will for the first time include students as guest speakers, Ralph Kaplan, '63, new spokesman of the group said yesterday. Kaplan, who is replacing tem- porary spokesman Arnold Taub, noted that ...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Off GIZENGA, LUNDULA: Forces Clash in Congo .me Limit on Solution E New Guinea Dispute Balance of Payments Deficit Increases During Quarter WASHINGTON (MP-Preliminary figures indicate that the United States balance of payments deficit, the key to the gold-dollar problem, soared to an annual rate of about $5 billion late in 1961. This figure, for the October-December quarter, approached the peak rate of $5.7 billion recor...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 4

…Mr Ete Kt atiy Seventy-Second Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN " _ UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS "Where Opinions AreFree. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Truth Wilt Prevail"r Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. NDAY, JANUARY 14, 1962 NIGHT EDITOR...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Language Courses Expand, Improve For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. premium placed on conversation for its own sake. Where the aim of the language departments is improved conver- sation skills, use of the language laboratory is regarded as neces- sary and almost indespensible for purposes of practice. Prof. O'Neill says the oral...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,JANUARY14, MichiganTankers Down Purdue, 56-4. erationlls By BILL BULLARD Michigan swimmers posted a routine 56-41 victory over Purdue yesterday in the first dual meet of the season at the varsity pool. Purdue won only two individual events but picked up 16 points over Michigan in the two relays. The Wolverines were disqualified in both races when the last man of each relay team left the starting block before his team...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 7

…1902 THE MICHIGAN DAILYr' W Cagers Fall to SU's Lucas, Fast Break vercome Michgan, 89-64 Buckeyes; Wrestlers Pin Purdi Rhodes, Wilcox Get Pins; Jump to Quick_13-0 Lead By DAVE GOOD Special To The Daily COLUMBUS - There were no miracles at St. John's Arena here last night. Unbeaten Ohio State hit Michi- gan's cagers with a couple of for- midable weapons, the fire hose and the potato masher, to overcome an early. deficit and roll past the u...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA'Y'. JANTTAI vaTT1%eTflAdity1~l11tI. -X* Committees Devise Courses need, he is encouraged to do so, Prof. William Alston of the philos- ophy department says. "New courses are occasionally needed because prominent funda- mental concepts change," he ex- plains. "The suggestion for the creation of a new course usually comes from the faculty or instructional committees," James C. O'Neill of the Romance language departm...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

… ,> t v 4"4tVfl4'.V'44v v ,.SC4.*.'4r' g " " s .."tirv..44 * i,-,vf yS ..s. +~ "}<+rkl X:...r'+<S'"444 . . . V....,......+,: n' ~v's5rs "i..a~~is e' .. *,{:,...r. .ss - . S.Rv.:S' :+ r. the annual development council concert. features in Jazz" "The Hottest Group :L4' 4 . 4: "" 1 I , I January 14, 1962 M.AGAZ I NE Vol. VIII, No. 3 Ap lmpppp ::; .. _ > 'h ..,....,......... . LAMBERT, HENRICKS & ROSS " february 24. hill auditori...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…By MARSTON BATES OOD AND SEX are different-almost any adult can tell them apart. But they are curiously parallel in many ways, and they may even sometimes blend. In a few species of insects and spiders, the female eats the male-after copulation- and food exchange of some sort isa part of courtship behavior in many groups of animals. In human behavior, the parallels are shown in the use and meanings of a whole list of words that can pass back ...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…Religion on c Despite Problems, Groups at 'U' Provide Benefits for the Religious xSecular Campus AND S Ji X By MALINDA BERRY THE 22 STUDENT religious organiza- tions on the University campus differ so vastly in their beliefs, functions. practices, and programs, that any strict generalization concerning all of them would necessarily be false. The truest statement which can h omde that most of these groups have the common objec- tive of att...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… in a Proud, Primitive but Progressive Country American and African Meet ORDER is the key word to our exist- ence. We are born and we die. We are educated and we work. At age 65 we retire. If we have done anything of im- portance (such as creating a machine or developing a theory that helps to make more order out of the remaining chaos) we will be given an alphabetically correct spot in Who's Who or Who Was Who. When man looks at his life, h...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 13

…A First-hand Report on a New U.S. Experiment -Life's Meaning May Be Discovered From a Strange Force-Here's a t e eee j Chaima Peace Corps in Tanganyika: By DAVID GILTROW AS COLLEGES and universities close out their first term, the first Peace Corps volunteers are scraping their chairs over a concrete classroom floor in Tanganyika, finishing the last phase of their training program. This last step consists primarily of Swahili language stud...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

…w Political ClubsSeen Superficial By CAROLINE DOW 1 HE ROLE of alumni has become in- creasingly important in the power politics and monetary considerations of public universities-and this University is no exception. Alumni pressure in administrative poli- cy-making has become especially evident here in the past few months with the Alumni Association's decision to bring alumni into a more active role in Uni- versity actions on a "grassroots l...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 15

…Students Afoot A DAILY SPECIAL SECTION P ediew6 Mtai /esiewd I BOOKS 1961 Theatre Guild show was sold out in. Madrid- Conductor Leonard Bernstein and Prof. Schnitzer Lawrence Langner and Prof. Schnitzer note signs confer with Russians during 1958 world tour Seek Theatre for Sudet ommkunity By RICHARD BURKE FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW, American universities have been feeling the pressure for more science, mathematics and engineering, and the ar...…

January 14, 1962 (vol. 8, iss. 3) • Page Image 16

… Gallery of Woodcuts: New Use of an, Old Techniqu WOODCUTS, such as those illustrating these pages, represent the oldest of the graphic techniques. There has been much quibbling about its origin, al- though it is known that the Chinese were making woodcuts as early as the 4th century. The Western world seems to have been more influenced, however, by the woodblocks of Germany, which were first produced in the early 14th- century. The "granda...…

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