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October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

… KOREAN NATIONALISM See Page 4 Yl r e Latest Deadline in the State a -A, Ap t 0 t0 A MOTL FI l)/ i .1w AT. YO - MOSTLY FAIR I VOL. LXI, No. 18 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1950 SnX PACES 1 I .. ' tJrv pt~rii'g S *4*A' to List Shows 459 Pledge Fraternities 68 Percent of Al] Rushees Affiliate Four-hundred fifty-nine mel pledged fraternities last week. The pledge lists, revealed by th GInterfraternity Council yesterday, ...…

October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 MORE MAY MOTOR: New Drivin For Studeni Two changes have been made in rules governing the use of cars by students and faculty members, it was announced yesterday by Felix G. Sundquist of the Office of Stu- dent Affairs. There are now three qualifi- cations for exemption from the driving ban where formerly there were only two. * *. * MARRIED STUDENTS a n d teaching fellows are now permit- ted to u...…

October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

… )AY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE , ., PAGE THREE ON THE SPOT By BOB SANDELL Daily Associate Sports Editor TERN CONFERENCE SCOUTS must have spent the weekend } nging the blues to their respective coaches. After watching the Ialf in Yankee Stadium Saturday, they probably came back :eports that cause many a troubled brow and cries of anguish camps of the Big Ten schools. It must have been a little disheartening for the co...…

October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOURE THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 U I I Kcrean Nationalism IN A MOVE that ranks of selfishness and personal ambitions, the Government of the Republic of Korea, despite its' practical non-existence two months ago, has placed nationalism over and above United Nation's rule and the welfare of the Korean people. Led by President Syngman Rhee, the Republic has rejected as "unacceptable" the U.N. resolution calling for a ...…

October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________________________________________ I I Sophomores To Give Skjt For TugWeek Campus Life Satire To Climax Activities Of Week'sProgram As a climax of Tug Week, the annual war between freshmen and sophomores, Soph Satire will be presented at 8:30 p.m., Friday, October 27 in Hill Auditorium. ' This year's Satire is a take-off on campus life; including group living, dating, and the achieve- m...…

October 16, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950 .s. _______________________________________________________________________________ I mw Marehng Band Conquers New York at Army Game COMIN' IN ON A WING IN THE AIR: 'U' Club Instructs Students in Gliding There was no score but the Uni- versity Marching Band conquered New York City with its half-time show at the Army game. The performance by the 135 blue and gold clad bandsmen drew spontaneou...…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

… . :YI r IL i 1fl til SL ELECTIONS See Page 4 1 CLOUDY AND MILT! Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LXII, No. 19 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1951 SIX PAGES Egypt Tur'n1 Down West's Pact Offer British Threaten Use of Troops CAIRO - (P - Egypt reject the Western power plan to ma: the Suez an international defen bastion last night and her Parli " ment slashed old ties with Brita for defense and for rule of the va t Sudan. Wi...…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1951 AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN 1 The Daily Official Bulletin is an official publication of the University of Michigan for which the Michigan, Daily assumes no editorial responsi- bility. Publication in it is construc- tive notice to all members of the University. Notices should be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552 Administration Building before 3 p.m. the day preceding publication (11 a.m....…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…OCTOBER 16, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ' O C OE96 9 1P G California Heads AP Poll; Spartans Slip to Third IOWA SOCKS PITT: Future 'M' Foes Show PotentScoring Attacks Wolverines Get Set for Iowa Battle * (EDITOR'S NOTE: At the beginning of each week during the football season The Daily Sports Staff will furnlrjit a review spotlighting the doings of Michigan's future 1951 grid foes on the previous Saturday.) Iowa gave warning ...…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…OUR THjE MIClHiGAN DAILY SL El ections A SHORT announcement which appeared in Sunday's Daily may be the key to the administration's ability to laugh off SL as a relatively insignificant student organiza- tion. The fact that the petitioning deadline for the Student Legislature had to be ex- tended because so few students had shown sufficient interest to run that almost all the petitioners were assured of election by default, has obvious implic...…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE 420 Students Pledge Fraternities at End of Fall Rushing IFC Announces Names of New Members A total of 420 men pledged 42 campus fraternities this fall, ac- cording to pledge lists released yesterday by the Office of Student Affairs. This figure represents G8 per cent of the 620 who signed up for rushing this semester. Last se- mester 375 or 95 per cent of the 393 rushees ple...…

October 16, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

…PAGEI SIX T1IlE M'IR"COAN DAILY TUJESDAY, .OCTOB~ER 16, 1931 ................ .... .. .. .................................. ........_............ .._.........._ ............ _.._. ._... ........_...._...._................... ....... .. .. ._.. ........ .... _ ... ..... r i r .r Camnpus Calciud r Events To>day roliticaal Sence Rioundtale: M%. N. Marbury Efimenco, a mmi- ber of the recent University Mid- de East Expedition will speak on "Im...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

… THOUGHT CONTROL IN THE U.S.S.R. See Page 4 jcj:4r tt igau Latest Deadline in the State A6F :43 a t CLOUDY AND COLDER VOL. LXIII, No. 21 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1952 Ix P i .I SL Lecture Plan To e Reviewed Slim Vote Postpones Submission Of Recommendation to Regents By HARRY LUNN By a slim 19-17 margin the Student Legislature voted last night to postpone presentation to the Regents of its Lecture Committee recomm...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1952 ENING TOMORROW: Felheim Translates Arts Theater Play * * * * play in which the characters! nameless and the setting is lentified could hardly be ex- ed to place much emphasis on uage. uch was Prof. Marvin Felheim's# lusion when he finished trans- ng the Arts Theater Club's ling fall production ."Cross pose" by contemporary French natist Albert Camus. Open- at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, the per- nance is...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Sigma Chi Soars To I-M Triumph Pi Lambda Phi Routs Delta Kappa Epsilon; Delta Chi Defeats Acacia m, writers Select Stengel As Manager of the Year By STEPHAN SPEYER Jerry Davis' spectacular passing paved the way for Sigma Chi's 26-0 rout of Phi Kappa Psi in fra- ternity intramural football yester- day on Ferry Field. This was Sigma Chi's third straight win which is good for its league title. DAVIS was on the throwi...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1952 celeri toih &cldor tered political fl. C~~~m Majorette . .. To the Editor: REGARDING the antics of the scantily-clad young majorette at Saturday's football game, we the undersigned considered same as merely a welcome interlude in the traditionally dull mob scene. -David D. Ramsey Robert P. Clark * * * Bilik Blamed..*. To the Editor: THE BLAME then was Revelli's but has now reverted to Bilik. The...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 5

…rOCTOBER 16, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Board Elects New Heads At Meeting Representatives Form Committee of Houses To Decorate League Members of the League Board of Representatives held their second meeting of the year yesterday aft- ernoon and elected Nancy Born to serve as its president and Mar- jorie Schroer to act as secretary. As president of the Board, Miss Born will become a member of the League council's executive board t which is com...…

October 16, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 6

…I GE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1952 Candidates, 'U' President To Convene Gubernatorial candidates Gov. G. Mennen Williams and Fred M. Alger, will be "briefed" on prob- lems facing the University and other tax-supported educational institutions by President Harlan H. Hatcher and three other state school presidents.. The group is scheduled to meet with Alger tomorrow afternoon in Lansing and with Williams Tues- day. THE CO...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…1.. EiSENHOWER & THE FIFTH AMENDMENT See Page 4 LiI CP 4At Y Daitli -41 Latest Deadline in the State FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW VOL. LXIV, No. 22 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 SIX PAGES 'Exam Schedule Rvsion ikely! Committee To Review 'U' Calendar; Seeks 'Dead' Period Before Finals By ERIC VETTER- Daily City Editor Calling for a thorough review of the entire University calendar as its next course of action, the speci...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1953 '""'i!!""" SL Offers Busy Clubs Clerical Aid Campus organizations and in- dividuals interested in finding somebody to type, mail, duplicate messages and lick postage stamps can now obtain these office ser- vices at the Student Legislature Bldg. SL's newly-initiated office ser- vice staff plans to keep charges for their work to a minimum so that clubs can contact members more easily. Stu...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE TRREE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 PAGE ThREE M' Grid Squad Finishes Phi Delts, With Four Firsts, pfeav yDrills for Wildcats Take Fraternity Track Meet iM' Harriers Meet Notre Dame Today ,h (Chi (Theta um) ; (4) In the first cross country meet 2:14 of the season, the Michigan Wol- [er (A- verines face Notre Dame today at New Binoculars 7x50 Zeiss Ti'pe COATED, WITH CASE w By DAVE BAAD' Coach ...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…I PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1953 - - 1 tl President Eisenhower & the Fifth Amendment W ITH THE GOVERNMENT rapidly clos- ing legal loop-holes on balky witnesses appearing before Congressional investigat- ing committees, the most recent executive order issued by the President in this touchy area of action must come under the close examination of the American public. Mr. Eisenhower in his latest decision has made it p...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…1RIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE * Two Dances Will Provide StudyBreak League-Union To Join Forces To Promote 'Gridiron Gambols' Gridiron Gambols ..*. r Couples will dance to the famil- iar music of Paul McDonough and his orchestra at "Gridiron Gam- bols" from 9 p.m. to midnighf to- morrow in the Union Ballroom. This is the first in a series of annual dances given jointly by the Union and League to replace the separat...…

October 16, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 22) • Page Image 6

…I AG!E srx THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1953 -N GROWING SLE-E-EPY: SL Decides Hlypiotism Soothes Dental Chair Fears Committee By JANE HOWARD Without waving their hands and fingers and indulging in mystical, carnival-style mumbo-jumbo, sev- eral dentists are currently employ- ing hypnosis to overcome "the greatest enemy the dental profes- sion has ever known"-fear. The recent trend toward hyp- notic practices in dental offic...…

October 16, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… 7; DIXON-YATES TVA CONTRACT See Page 2 C, r Latest Deadline in the State 4Iaiitj d 4 , # . *G , VOL. LXV, No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1954 CLOUDY, SHOWERS FOUR PAGES i i AFL, CIO Plan To Merge Soon 15 Million Union Members To Join To Increase Labor Unions' Power WASHINGTON (A)-AFL and CIO leaders agreed yesterday to put aside organizing rivalries for the time being and work out a merger of the two big labor gr...…

October 16, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1954 TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1954 DEMOCRAT CAMPAIGN ISSUE: Dixon-Yates TVA Contract: "Yoo Hoo - charlie" D RAMA A Republican Scandal T FIRST GLANCE it appeared to be just anoth- er of the Eisenhower administration's public land giveaways; another attempt to put an end to the 'creeping socialism' that had been sweeping the country for the past twejity years. Forests, gr...…

October 16, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

… SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUDAY OCTBER16, 954THE ICHGAN AIL 'AL:AXXAV# - A ZRJMr, EA New Syndicate Makes Bid To Keep A's in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA UP)-A band of "last-minute" men plunked their check books on the line yesterday and Joined a cross-country tug-of- war with Chicago's Arnold Johnson for the suddenly much sought aft- er Philadelphia Atheltics' fran- chise. Through a spokesman, 10 prom- inent Philadelph...…

October 16, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…III MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. A Sft X 19.44 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ATTTftflAY. nr~'PnW3!u 1a~ ie~ wsassW aN W&JLy iF%; JL VLi lk" +LVS iaa-W 9 '1 'U' Exhibits Excavations From Egypt (Continued from Page 1) water finally brought about their downfall," Peterson said. "The people wandered away to the valley where water was plentiful. How were these lost cities redis- covered? "By the nineteenth cen- tury constant irrigation had cut off the supp...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…SORORITIES CAN FIND GAINS IN FBA PLAN (See Page 4) C I 4r Latest Deadline in the State :4ai11 ii CLOUDY, SHOWERS VOL. LXVI, No. 19 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1955 SIX P s S 4- I Internal Revenue Head Will Retire Andrews to Leave Administration; Will Return to Private Business RICHMOND, Va. ()')-T. Coleman Andrews, the Virginian Demo- crat who took over as Commissioner of Internal Revenue in 1953, said yesterday he...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 1

…K BOOKS, FEATURES, FASHIONS, SPORTS t t SUNDAY MAGAZINE Sunday, October 16, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY n Page One C CRANBROOK The Gift of a Wealthy Publisher Has Changed the Cultural Face of Michigan Y. , t Y' 3> 1 £: k ^ 1' l:' r_ x ., >: , , : ' '" . . c t " fi Ss x, ; , 5 z , ,,_ f , . y i J 3 mss.'. 9 i J{ + Encompassing six institutions, the name Cranbrook has come to be synonymous with a unique type of liberal education See Pag...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1955 , v .... .... .. -......s..x +.r.v ORPHEUM .Art Show ENDING TODAY To Be Held ALL of love maton pcture o oro masterpiece! o or o Ann Arbor Art Association will hold a group showing and recep- tion from 8 to 10 p.m. tomorrow in the Rackham Galleries. t. S The showing, which opens the association's 1955-56 season, will include work by Prof. Frank Cas- y s...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 2

…Page Two - ............. i:ti .,....... .:F bi' : ; ::.V ;{ " '': ;.. } :-: FOOTBALL . . FASHIONS .... AND FARM POLICY PRETTY PROFILES /014 CCa a Cam/o uM t z on-the-go CAR COATS Smart, new-length coats the sports car crowd dotes on. Water repellent cotton poplin lined with alpaca-and-wool. Clever side vents, flap pockets, leather buttons, knit wristlets. In red, navy or natural. Sizes 8 to 18. £ i i*J i6.95 Other Car Coats 14.95 to 3...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FADE TIMM wolverine Defense Sigman Defensive Leader; Barr Paces Ground Attack F tm Curbs ildc is I Illini Victory Over Gophers Features Spectacular Plays 331 . I (Continued trom page 1) had been turned back, and from that point on, they were a beaten ball club. - Only once more did they ever challenge-and that too can be classified as a break of the game. As the fourth quarter opened, Michiga...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 3

…Sunday, Oct-to m" Page Three Parity, Charity larity 1y KENNETH E. BOULDING raise the awkward question of Professor of Economics Justice. If we are to have income supports for farmers, why not for 1. FARMERS HAVE been grum- Te' heses on Agricultural Policy everybody? Why should poor farm- bling for at least 6000 years, not ers be helped and not poor shop. wholly without justification. It is keepers or professors? the food-and-fiber surplus from...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…I- Sixty-Sixth Year EDTED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNERSrr' OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. - Phone NO 2-3241 Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily are written by members of The Daily staff and represent the views of the writers only. This must be noted in a reprints. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1955 NIGHT EDITOR: GAIL GOLDSTEIN Sororities Can Find Long-Run...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 4

…Page Four The Mountain People From the Kentucky Hills To a Detroit Housing Project x: By ROY AKERS with a dream or Max, the young w - bride, who was ever in quest of "T'L DOLL LIAKERt is a mag- one. nificent book filled with many e v wondrou kids o thngsand The very finest work in "The wonderous kinda of thinga and Dollmaker" is the characteriza- people. Between its covers one tion of little Cassie and Max. Cas- fnds the sumac, dogwood and wil...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

…lw SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T'TV"1 _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I PAGEPIV R On the Spot. .0 1 with JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor MSU Crushes Planutis Leads Attack; Fumbles Plague Irish Notre Dame, 21-7 Blue Devils Stage Comeback To Down Ohio State, 20-14 Michigan's mighty gridiron power, rated number one in the na- tion, looked anything but a national football power as it defeated Northwes...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 5

…Sunday, October 16, 1955 -ae v Y Page Five How Good Is A Brain Machine? Half a million dollars for a high-speed automatic computer also purchases human-like problems By DICK LAING treatment is the same. The prob- LECTRONIC computing mach- lem is "got out in the open." The Ines, developed during World machine, after it is cleared of the War II to process large amounts disturbing problem, is given a test of data, proved a spectacular suc- rout...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1955 Army Makes Big Waves WASHINGTON (M)-The Army announced yesterday it has built the biggest wave-making machine in the world, able to produce a hurricane-like breaker. The product of the Beach Ero- sion Board, a unit of the Army Engineer Corps, "will aid in de- vising possible methods of pro- tecting coastal areas from hurri- cane damage," the Army sa...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 6

…Page Si Sunday, October 16, 1955 "Now, 35, suppose you owned a grocery,..." t, ...MY WIFE ... ...FRON THE FIRE" "A MILLION DOLLARS...... T O ANYON... ... W1O SAYES ... needs help from Dykstra the show- Dykstra's popularity, of course, man, and, except for two or three is very easily understood by any- /* lectures a semester, gets it. one who has watched him teach ox, ,l "I've been told,"says Prof.Ger- with "hypo ." These are hypo- aIl O. D...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 14 Ptae Eight, Sun, n O~-rnkp~r1 F 1 OA.Sry d',S/J~ JId/ Sunday, October 16, 1955 0 THE MICHIGAN DALLY .) Uf IUUY , %if-tvL)t:r ID, _ __ I Educational Objectives Academy Plan "MORE PEOF (Continued from Page 7) brook ventures, initiated in 1930. It was originally planned as a supplement to the private school programs, but it was soon evidentl that its facilities served a widerl need. Handsomely housed by Saar-1 i...…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 7

…Page Sevet f S D-" DESCENDING PO( CRANBROOK TOUR Twenty.miles northwest of dowVntown Detroit are located a church, three private schools, fine libraries, an academy of art and an institute of science. This is Cranbrook -- a striking illustration of what philanthropy can accomplish. By DEBRA DURCHSLAG alL It includes day students and Daily Magazine Editor boarders, and the emphasis in either case is on individual atten- is a go tion. The scho...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 8

… eas f 0 , - Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sundav, October 16. 1955 Sunday, Ocher 16, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY y Boston S ymlp hony Records on RCA Victoro 00 l 2 l {6 v9 f 0'S;f a -r Xy rl. ,l -% 6+ I : l i l% l + 'FF r/r'/ '!-, 00 0 6 CH1ARLES MUNCH, Director p 0Boston Symphony Orchestra - Appearing at Hill Auditorium Monday, Oct. 24.. 8:30 P.M. o NEW ORTIJOPHO1NIC TIM1 FIDELITY HECORDIN(JIS r0 Tchaikovsky "Pathelique" Symphony ..... ....…

October 16, 1955 • Page Image 8

…Page Eight Educational Objectives (Contimied from Page 7) of art-the e planned :mrom the brook ventures, initiated in 1930. beginning'a a e creative 9 It was originally planned as a ability to riprn BF rnside, Kings- supplement to the private school wood and Crarh k have all been programs, but it ias soon evident formulated closely around the fine that its facilities served a -ider arts. need. Handsomely housed by Saar- When Saarinen, Carl Mi...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 9

…m - s,/ w -I lane Si* 0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 16, 1955 Sun&v October 16. 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY "Now, 35, suppose you owned a grocery ... til i.i l .iW r ,/ . vvv+ v . 1 Dignity And Sensationalism In The English Press -Daily-Hal Leeds "A MILLION DOLLARS... . . ..T 0 ANYONE .,.. " ,WHO SAVES... ...MY WIFE ...*.FROM THE FIRE" Showman Dykstra By JIM DYGERT Daily City Editor IT SEEMS like any other lecture unt...…

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…Sunday, October 16, 1955 Academy Plan STAFF includes people like Maija Grotell, head of ceramics, a top ceramist who is asked to ex- hibit so often that she has to keep a list to make sure that she doesn't send the same pot to the same place twice. The deep appreciation of their craft by instructors like Miss Gro- tell is evident. When we came in, she had a small square of clay in her hands, fingering and smooth- ing it as she talked to us. An...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 10

… .9 Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sundav. October 16_ 1955 Sunday, October 16, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. Sundnv (t vtnhvvr 1 of 1 Q Sunday, October 16, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY The Popular Orchestra From Boston How GoodIs A Brain Machine? Half a million dollars for a high-speed automatic computer also purchases human-like problems ;::t": .;.,. ""fv~~....:::i:iiri. +«i .. . :... :$a:: >in............ . . . .k.;;;:;......f......{~....…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 16, 1955 :I Pageten{ I ?> Q=}~ O O ) <! ~ CY) ( THE MCHIG N D IY Sunday, October 16, 195S'!<G C) V 0 d 0 Q Q 0 0 d 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 d d 0 0 d Q '0 p a ' 0 i0 Boston Symphonly Records on RCA Victor 4r * * a. * i. JIIARI,S 7+ N Cl!, Director Boston Symphiony Orchiest,'a -- Appearingy at Hill Atulitoriim Monday, Oct. 24 . . 8:30 P.M. NLIV 0.I1I0 PI1,0 I( II. I '114'1F...…

October 16, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 19) • Page Image 11

…jS(S CS b Y ioe Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 16, 1955 Rainn October 16. 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Oulruur ti y.vv.., ... ... _ .;., The Mountain People From the Kentucky Hills Io a Detroit Housing Project By ROY AKERS rHE DOLLMAKER" is a mag- nificent book filled with many )nderous kinds of things and ople. Between its covers one ids the sumac, dogwood and wild neysuckle foliage of the south- n Appalachians, the cindere...…

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…W, 0- lw lw Sunday, October 16, 15 THE MICHt(GAN r)AILYv IunIlI (TetIhI I 95'r-I-- 'J" 1 L T-Paqe Eleven Dignity nd Sensationalism achin Has Brainpower In The English Press Of Moth (Continued from Page 5) By GEOFFREY DE DENEY Daily Mirror, and the same applies TIE BEST reportng to be found the world would read the Guard- The machines ae getting more to the Sunday Expres inits dailyT is in The Times and Manches- ian. The Sunday equivalents o...…

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