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September 15, 1959 • Page Image 1

…Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom DaIIA ORIENTATION EDITION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 SIXTY PAES I.' 1 J. 1 1 Ilk"li 1J i U I 4 * * * * * * * 'Enrollment aintained . Faculty Salaries Major Concern Nearly Three Million Earmarked For Boosts in 'U' Staff Wages By THOMAS HAYDEN After a year of financial and academic unrest, the Uni- versity is mending with its largest operating budget in history. The 19...…

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…THE 1WJCHIGAN DAILY ci~ '~99~0~-A 0nd ,~lO$I~j~Axg ~0d~5oni ~ L - ~,jveV co~u~b Try FOLLElTS Fi rst USED BOOKS at, BARGAIN PRICES Newv Books If You Prefer FOQLLETY'S STATE STREET at NORTH UNIVERSITY Joi h ihgnDaily Photography Staff Regents Supervise 'U'; Top Officers Direct Wl General supervision and con- trol of all University policy and expenditures of funds is done by the eight popularly-elected Re- gents.' The Regents are chosen-two at...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…The Versatility of Harold Ross By SELMA SAWAYA THE YEARS WITH ROSS: by James Thurber, Atlantic Month- ly Press, 1959, 310 pages, $5. H AROLD W. ROSS was a man who was virtually unable to talk without a steady stream of profanity, yet who could, in the next breath, send his listener away with a "God bless you" worthy of a clergy man in its sincerity. This was one of the contradic- tions in the character of the man who, for 26 years, was the ed...…

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…15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY UDENT ENTRIES: .opwood Awards Encourage Creative Writing USED y' STUART ood partially worked ugh the University, after his plays netted illion dollars. the essay." Recent awards totalled about $12,000 per Four Divisions have year. rt of this he provided awards to encouragey iting at his alma mater.*j 11, Hopwood, a member of 1905, empowered the invest one-fifth of his to distribute its annual' rizes to Univ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…WILLOW RUN LABORATORIES Research Vital to the Nation's Defense By RALPH LANGER THE LOCATION isn't very glam- orous and the buildings aren't very modern, but what takes place there is of vital importance to our nation's defense. Looking across the field from Willow Run Air Terminal, one has difficulty seeing the low grey buildings strung out along the concrete ramp. Under the drone and whistle of modern airliners, more than 700 men and women a...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 4

…"Visit? Why Yes, I Think I Mig it be Able To-" Ghe lichigau Daily Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS e Free afl' STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 ed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. '1 FRh is 1959 NIGHT EDITOR: ROBERT J...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…University Research Methods Applied to Military Problems (Continued from Preceding Page). hardware. Any equipment develop- ed is experimental, with the prime objective of treating theoretical concepts. Once the basic work is done, further development is gen- erally passed on to others. Com- mercial firms may produce the item in a field-working form and the Army will do the actual field testing. Many of the experimental mod- els are purposely ...…

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…x5, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY [ealth Service Continuing Care for Student Needs CHAEL BURNS rays, and laboratory work are pro- themselves. They were given about Health Service has vided at a reasonable rate. $600,000 by the University last1 g the students and The Health Service hours are year.- ichigan for 46 years. from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 Health Service tried to start a basic clinical services p.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and student healt...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…1 job of the parent who would keep to imagine the extent of trouble, the books out of the daughter's cost and discouragement involved. hands in the same manner as we 33flrsh ' considered, or rather, the wrong IN RECENT years the meaning issue is being considered. The of "political propaganda" has question is not one of obscenity or been expanded so far that the artist's intentions or political, so- Protestant Council of Churches cial and arti...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEs Speech Department Offers Play By KATHLEEN MOORE An annual tradition on campus is, the speech department's presen- tation of a playbill. Traditionally consisting of four plays and an opera, the latter pro- duced jointly with the music school the playbill is planned by the speech department's Theatre Committee to include as wide a variety of styles as possible, mix- ing comedy, farce and drama, realistic and theatrical ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…The Spark of Canada's Growth- Today The Country's Young Men Hold A Glowing Vision of The Future; Tomorrow They'll Offer Leadership To Make The Dream a Reality By SUSAN IIOLTZER '|2 " HAVE such tremendous po- come the skeleton of a national tential!" the young man ex- picture, one he clothes easily in claimed, and there was just the the flesh and blood of people, slightest note of irritation as he places and problems. spoke. "Canada can be so ...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 7

…1959 THE MIICIOR A*. DAILY 195 THEMICIGN DIL tirton Displays. 'orn Center Campus FROM SPEECH DEPARTMENT: Playbill Features Five Productions. (Continued from Page 8) Prof. Josef Blatt of the musicl school shared directing chores with Prof. Bender and took time out to explain the intricacies ofj opera production. Words and music are learned separately at first, he said, then integrated to produce a harmonious effect. On stage, he continued,...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…-Her Youth dividuals turns into an acute Irri- tation when it becomes the per- , sonality of the nation. And he was Vehement in his declaration that the attitude of Canada has to change." Particularly strong words were aimed at the Bank of Canada, whose policies Bob feels have cost the country tremendous possible advances. Reluctant to risk large amounts of capital, the Bank shrinks from investments that might produce substantial Cana- dian p...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 7

…I Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom I ait. FRESHMAN EDITION I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 SIXTY PAGES S . tstitute of Science ) Begin Operation White Named as Director; 'U' Seeks lanning Funds for -New Building By ROBERT JUNKER Daily City Editor , Institute of Science and Technology will begin operation at diversity this month. e Regents established the Institute, the budget, bylaws and hip at their meeting l...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TESAY, Hatcher Teas Provide Informal Get-Togethers COMPLETES AREA STUDIES: Southern Asia Curriculum To Bei vited to each open house as special guests. President Alexander Ruthven started the student open houses early in his 22 years of office. The teas soon became a tradition. Custom Introduced The custom of having men and women students serve as hosts and hostesses and introduce guests to the president and his wife start...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…1 Technology's Invasion In the Realm of Art By DAVID KESSEL T HE AGE of technology has pro- duced many labor-saving de- vices which have greatly simpli- fied a multitude of tasks, freeing people from time-consuming pro- jects to work in areas where they are not replaceable by mechanical or electrical equipment. But the intrusion of electrical or mechanical devices into the realm of "art' is something else again, something which must be caref...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. -i Try FOLLETT'S First. USED BOOKS at BARGAIN PRICES III III, Regents Supervise 'U'; Top Officers Direct Work Geea uevso ndcn imnhmadDoadTubrdn fth nvriy hc te n eerhporasadi h elhSevcteamsin New Books If You Prefer. FO LLETT STATE STREET at NORTH UNIVERSITY Join The Michigan Dai Photography Staff Goenera sp"risonad on- trol of all University policy and expenditures of funds is done by the eight popularly-elec...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 9

…15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 15, 1959 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY Student Government oposal Set for Approval (continued from Page 1) OFFICIALS MAKE PREDICTIONS: Housing Enrollment Situations To Stay Stable Speech Playbill To Feature Five Works, Offer Bonuse Committee will also have faculty members, but in- of having both Dean of and Dean of Women, the President for Student Affairs tppoint one of the two, and dso name one other member FV YEARS: ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…AnIN istinguishes INyand OUT for OUTS By DAVID KESSEL THE contemporary scene is full of advice to young non-con- formist individualistic type people who want to be always in the main stream of free-thinking anti-middle class behavior, while remaining true to their artistic and philosophical ideals, what- ever they are. But much of this advice cannot be applied in this particular situ- ation, because you cannot simply follow the teachings of, ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

….R 15, 1959 TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC BEST STUDENT ENTRIES: Ii Hopwood Awards Encourage Creative Writing USED TEXTBOOKS By PETER STUART ery Hopwood partially worked way through the University, oon thereafter his plays netted over a million dollars. th part of this he provided student awards to encourage bive writing at his alma mater. his will, Hopwood, a member e class of 1905, empowered the nts to invest one-fifth of his e and to distri...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGEAN D ANY M*rrV42rti.A*v Civ .. .'-. A L .1 W U E4 1. U Di~ UAY SEWTE to and the UNIVERSITY OF MICH IGAN P mot;"rs. S, f %f . . - p" -v-. v::-. e."k 1..' won 1- SALE AUTOMATIC WASH-AND.WEAR rv- 0 1 t r. q. 1 FAN S! BE REALLY WARM AT THE GAME STADIUBA f f. i x .':: " Use as cushion Water repellent I!!g Easy to carry Dacr on insulated Filled with Dupont 5-oz. dacron insula. tion. Luxurious 70-denier quilted nylon i...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…CANADA (Continued from Page 7) thinking about it, repeated the words. But realism accepted Canada's present dependency on the United States as Bob explained his coun- try's policy-making process. FOREIGN POLICY in Canada is not formed as it is in the United States, hewn out of con- troversy under a blazing spotlight of publicity. For Canadians recog- nize the fact that their interests lie generally parallel to those of the United States and Gr...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 10

…"Visit? Why Yes, I Think I Miglt be Able Wjeg £id~iit &ilg Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone No 2-3 241 To-" Then Opinion& Are Free Truth Will Prevail" ditorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all rep...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 11

…PREVIEW EDITION Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom D43ait t PREVIEW EDITION TY-FOUR PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1959 TWENTY-FOUR tudents See Cuban Revolution INCLUDES 'U': Bill Lists Building- Outlays a .. i 'U' Officials Exp Record Enrollme: Literary College Total Swells, Numbers Drop in Engineering )uring Week as Havana Guests legation eludes I U Students group from America Disagrees with Most On ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…'Plain Talk' About The Problems Of American Higher Education By THOMAS HAYDEN PLAIN TALK FROM A CAMPUS, by John A Perkins, University of Delaware Press, 1959, 195 pages, $4., PLAIN TALK from a Campus" is simply that: a collection of clear, sensible essays concerning contemporary problems in higher education. The author is Dr. John A. Perk- ins, president of the University of Delaware, and a former mem- ber of the University political sci- enc...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 11

…-j ,. JAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOm 'U' Health Service Continuing To Care for Student Needsj SPONSORED BY UNIVERSITY: Students Can Get Art Print Loan 19- By MICHAEL BURNS University Health Service has been serving the students and faculty of Michigan for 46 years. Providing basic clinical services and a number of specialty clinics, including mental hygiene, the Ser-. vice is well equipped to handle all types of case...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 12

…__O__ THE MICHIGAN DAILY NG ACT DANCE Kirk Says Student Press Needs Greater Freedom STUDENT PRESS SERVICE: SEPS to Utilize National News Center The University of Michigan GILBERT &SULLIVAN SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING ., Sept. 20, 7:30 P.M. 3RS Michigan Union aiav deN Z ajne 'll Because of the nature of an in- stitution of learning, the student press should be endowed with a greater degree of freedom than a public, commercial pub...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 6, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…CAMPUS P1 (Continued from Preceding Page) the intellectual life must be legis- lated: "The University through its rules and regulations, must estab- lish a community which will en- hance rather than hinder scholar- ship, abhorrent as such rules may be to the student, and incidentally, to a freedom-loving faculty...:." , In his final essay, titled "The New Dictator," Perkins labels 1957-58 as the year of the Great Educational Awakening, and re...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 12

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY r. (Speech Department Offers P1 laybill 1- By KATHLEEN MOORE An annual tradition on campus is the speech department's presen- tation of a playbill. Traditioially consisting of four' plays and an opera, the latter pro- duced jointly with the music school the playbill is planned by. the speech department's Theatre Committee to include as wide a variety of styles as possible, mix- ing comedy, ...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 13

…x$, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 18, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE TOWER HOTEL VELCOMES YOU, FRESHMEN ! For your parents and guests- the relaxing comfort of our rooms . . . And for you also . . . delicious meals served in our GOLDEN APPLES DINING ROOM Featuring Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinners p Board Helps 'U' Students Find Rooms The Ann Arbor Council of Churches and the Human Rela- tions Board of the Student Gov- ernment Council have established a...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 13

…15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILI Stirton Displays arborn Center Campus FROM SPEECH DEPARTMENT: Playbill Features Five Productions -c- (Continued from Page 6) Prof. Josef Blatt of the music school shared directing chores with Prof. Bender and took time out to explain the intricacies of opera production. Words and music are learned separately at first, he said, then integrated to produce a harmonious effect. On stage, he continued, "the players ...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 14

…i Seventieth Year ON TOUR: Khrushchev Tough Effective Leader a Opinions Are Free ith Will Preval"t EDITED ANT) MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUbENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. X, SEPTEMBER ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. T"O THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIJESDAY ~EPFF1WTWU~ 1~ 1~4W "LTA"a:,Jm i0, 10-0.7 F_ Hatcher Teas Provide Informal Get-Togethers COMPLETES AREA STUDIES: Southern Asia Curriculum To Begin / vited to each open house as special guests, President Alexander Ruthven started the student open houses early in his 22 years of office. The teas soon became a tradition. Custom Introduced The custom of having men a...…

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…dBER 18, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY J Opens Branch in Oakland County I y ',icet .a* r closed doors and retaining indi- vidual anonymity. The group came up with a dis- tinctive. program containing a philosophy of education. Educational Philosophy Its postulates are: Present university curriculums are too specialized. Vocational training is overem- phasized as opposed to the liberal. arts. Faculties do not necessarily teach students but help ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY w Student Government oposal Set for Approval OFFICIALS MAKE PREDICTIONS: Housing, Enrollment Situations To Stay Stable tcontinued from Page 1) Committee will also have faculty members, but in- of having both Dean of and Dean of Women, the resident for Student Affairs ppoint one of the two, and so name one other member C) YEARS: Okay New A University calendar for ; the ars 1960-61 and 1961-62, with ly "minor changes" f...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, SEF THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA1~, SEP Hold First Fall Baseball Practice ,.. the game's the thin AS By TOM WITECKI Those privileged to gain en- trance to Michigan's daily football practices this fall may become a trifle startled if they glance away from the crunching combat and toward the green hulk of steel and concrete that serves as the Wolverine baseball stadium. AVOID disappointments Deal with Gold Bond Cl...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…_______________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY TED LY, SEPTEMBER ] ------------- j to and the U NIVERSITY O)F MICH IGAN 'ry ::..cr::**r!+**.r r.. r Y .:r.y;"'u,".. %r 9'-S.t a. ,, t . .u SALE, AUTOMATIC WASH-AND-WEAR. '*1 , l> \\ " action "Jackets in Dacron® blend for men. 36 to 44 GIRLS' GYM "'SKIPS" IN WASHABLE DUCK Sturdy cotton uppers, rubber soles. !White, red, blue, other iolor sf mall 5 to big 10. ARCH-CUSHIONED SASKETBALL "SKI...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 17

…ER 18,1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY erdders Hold St ime Conditions To Prevail as Yearlings. :tempt. To Crack All-Veteran Lineup aidium Scri mmage RUMORS ARE FLYING: All ' -Gordon Likely Tiger Manager in '60! but four sophomores will be mak- McRae, Michigan's most exciting ing, their final bids for the open- sophomore since John Herrnstein ing day positions. in 1956, is pushing Darrell Harper The expected starting unit in- for the number one rig...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 17

…ACTIVITIES SECTION / 4 OA4 t 4t CYi ii ACTIVITIES SECTION E PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 TWELVE PAGES Socia I Scene iUE BUILDING-An (aerial view of the Women's League s a side view, autumn shadows creeping up the side. In the ground at right is the Health Service Building. a ge Cooinates :tivities of Women By LINDA BRODEY * The Women's League was founded in 1890 and has served as the clearing house for wome...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 18

…IGHTTHE MICHIGAN DAILY Klum Named Assistant Cage Coach able to work together closely in attempting to solve Michigan's numerous cage problems. The two also -share a unique coaching relationship. Klum played under Perigo when the present Wolverine coach was head men- tor at Benton Harbor High. And when Klum had his best team at Ann Arbor high in 1956, Perigo's son Don was its co-captain. Will Also Recruit In addition to assisting Perigo with ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 18

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP ic higras To visit Campus This y ea By FAITH WEINSTEIN ichigras, "the weekend when" yone puts their books away," ild be bigger and better than this year, according to the irmen. ' arvby Lapides, '60, and Joan halski, '60A&D, co-chairmen the weekend described the kend as "Like Mardi Gras in r Orleans, with costumes, be and everyone being merry." :ichigras begins on Friday it, they explained; when, aft- ...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 19

…0 SECTION TWO Y Bk 4an iI3 aaii4' SECTION TWO wr- n.. - Rill.Wt & Y rV1TfllVT C, rnrm.RL.r n o ne TIMU.T PAGES A&Aa 5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN: FRIDAY, SUrTLMISER 15, MU EIGHT Pi i ruvria-raax o wwrrnwwr riw Registration Ordeal Produces Week's Biggest Social Activit MOTHER SAID THERE WOULD BE TIMES LIKE THIS - And there were. Wednesday morning they told me I was supposed to register for classes. That figured. You know, you go to coll...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 19

…SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE' )UNSELINGOTHERS: 'Block M' Provides Visual Cheers Good Seats Union Provides Student Services $ Freshmen interested in football. Spirit - It is set up on a similar scale to Union. These usually include art, e the United Nations and is repre- games and food. sented by Foreign and American In conjunction with Internation- h students. al ,Week the Cinema Guild shows Pressing world problems are in- f...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 20

…I TWO .....THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRMAY, I PRECISION PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Beautiful Styling .. . GERMAN OLYMPIA ITALIAN OLIVETTI SWISS-HERMES SMITH-CORONA and the Smith-Corona Electric Portable ' PRODUCT OF TALENT HUNT: Merit Scholar Program Bears Results OUR GUARANTEE: ONE YEAR MOBRILL'S Over 50 years of MORRILL support GEORGE J. GORE . appointed professor NO 3-2481 314 South State 1 J The h A Yho're Tn NLY S s29-.3 E. Liberty St M...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 20

…)9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. ifi SELF-GOVERN I NG: , Cook Residents Appreciate Distinctive Style of Living II By SHAR9N EDWARDS With Portia over the doorway and Venus in the hall, Martha Cook building is undoubtedly the center of more legends and myths than any other dormitory on cam- pus. For example, it is a firmly- enriched conviction of the major- ity of the students-ma...…

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…1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1dl iT' Counseling Chairman Defines System Set Registration Hours For Extension Courses Shcaggy~ Fleece $1295 By NORMA SUE WOLFE "It's primarily and simply the most effective way of getting stu- dents to continually consider aca- demic objectives so they will get a sampling of everything," Prof. Donald Eschman of the geology department, chairman of Faculty Counselors for Freshmen and S...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 21

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE FrvE '1~UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?A~E FTVW ,w , Panhellenic Serves as Sorority Governing Body By FAITH WEINSTEIN Panhellenic Association servesj as a governing body and liaison organization between the 22 na- tional and one local sororities on campus. The first function of the Asso- sororities to get together in a place where they can speak frankly. Now that sprin...…

September 15, 1959 • Page Image 22

…o _ Auction of Bicycles med for Saturday - ) 'U' Press Publishes Scholarly Volumes By LINDA GOLDEN 'fHi thMorsurouex of Michigan history of theModern] The first four volumes, boxed mittee on Scholarly Publications. "Our department of the Uni- Wo sI r. r I- . - -- u ~ er a - -m 7 KENNETH McELDOWNEY ore than 75 bicycles will be auction. All profits made will be put into the SGC Activities Schol- Ltion at the Student ov- ashi Open under ne...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 22

…;, PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 59' XAESXTEMCIA AL TEDY ETME 515 }My WAA Offers Variety of Facilities By LINDA BRODEY- for Women For all incoming freshmen coeds and transfer students who lack a physical. education credit on their transcript, the University makes one year of physical education training a requirement for gradu- ating. The program for women is di- vided into four eight-week ses- sions. For each eig...…

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