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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom 4ati FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957- Enrollment of 24,1co Expected To Make Would Attend By THE UNIVERSITY FROM THE AIR-An aerial photo shows prominent buildings in the main campus area: 1) Medical Center, with North Campus off to upper left, 2) "The Hill" where the coed dorms are located, 3) Angell, Mason and Haven Halls, home of the literary college, 4) Ad...…

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…MAGAZINE VOL, IV No. Monday, September 16, 1957 IN THIS ISSUE Feature, Articles Tlose Boning Motels Art School's McClure Meyer Levini's 'Compulsion' Dorms Will Be Dorms Buts Terintal Blues …

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…MICHIGAN tain Campus Problems Discussed, A broad program has scheduled this year by the 'U' Museums Offer Variec been Liter- -Daly-Richard Moss s and Little Fishes" is .the name given to the fountain at the at the University. In the background is Burton Tower. I "I" 9 L ary College Steering Committee. Established in 1947, the com-; mittee serves as a sounding board for student and faculty iopinion on existing campus problems. Its 15...…

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily Magazine ! s ' ' t1i J Day Sehool Opens September 24 Night Sehool September 25 Professional training fo business positions, at a saving of time and money. Choose one of these prcia'cuss Secretarial Speedwriting Aceounti mautiStenograph Stetnogra lphie u Buisitess Machines Bookkeeping FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE. We are receiving many position offers for each graduate. AN OFFICE POSITION offers a good salary, opportunities ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MINIATURE HOSPITAL Ann Arbor Health Service Offers Student Numerous Seryv Survives By DONALD KURTZ o Studentts (Continued from Page 1) summer months, when the student population is sharply reduced. The city has three hotels ac- cording to the Chamber of Comb merce. It has 71 restaurants, ac- cording to the telephone directory -better than one restaurant per 1,000 people. Despite this, the say- ing that "There's always roo...…

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…Mondoy, September 16, 1957-Page t CARS, CARS, CARS-"In no other town in the country can you see so many dirty Lincolns and dirty Cadillacs, 1957 model. Everywhere else the owner of a Cadillac or Lincoln treats it as a sort of family altar, keeping it washed, keeping it waxed and polished, and keeping the white-sidewall tires clean . . . " A Look at the City "We Now Take You to Beautiful Ann Arbor Strap on Your Safety Belt!" 8y MALCOLM COWLEY ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…1g r idgtgatn Daly Sixty-Eighth 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 2-3241 'he Michigan Daily exp ress the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. f "If We're Gonna Have 'Em, We Might As Well Use Lid NIGHT EDITOR: VERNON NAHRGANG. _ fi, The Dail...…

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…P ge 4-The Michigan Daily Magazine eer Levin s ompulsion A FiIl Ind Sprawding Book With a Plea for Understanding COMPULSION. By Meyer Lev- a perfect kidnaping and murder. bdstated ha an exenmllacy record rationalization. he goes beyond the class the day after the murder: in. 495 pp.Ne :Si-one day put their plan into exe i prison and til h i a decent surface in examining their moti- we are allowed to see the act itself m49 pp. New Ytik:lfefrel...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…'TEMSER 16, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGET 'TEMBER 16, 195'I THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'AGK I IADITION DISAPPEARS: Union Opera Bows to Musket Show BY MURRAY FEIWELL; MUSKET (Michigan Union )w, Koeds Too) will begin its z "";1:: ;:f: j:;:i"+r":: ::n"Y}iq"::{ . ond'ear on campus this fall. ast year was the first time that former Union Opera became SKET, allowing women in the"-",.: '": ':: t. "Brigadoon" was the presen-' on. or a lm o st h a lf a c...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page 5 THOSE BOOMING MO TELS Bigger and Better Than Ever, They're Revolutionizing Travel and Making Motoring Safer By MICHAEL KRAFT the driver in search for over- In the days of unpaved roads the car nearby and party noise at Daily staf writer night accommodations usually had and unbillboarded country sides, a distance. VOT SO MANY years ago, travel- to satisfy himself with cabins, many travelers "rolled their own" ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…V.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 195' - ..a Introdocing Bob Marshall's BOB MARSHALL'S A Great Bookstore MICHIGAN NEWCOMERS soon discover the re- resources of State Street include one of the mid-west's largest and best book stores, Bob Marshall's Book Shop at 211 South State across from Lane Hall. Bob Marshall's compares favorably with the best book stores of New York, Boston, and Chicago. RECOMMENDS URGE S THAT YOU... S...…

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…Page 6-The Michigan Daily Magazine ANN ARBOR'S BUS TERMINAL-The door flaps open and shut, the lines lengthen and shorten, people wait, shuffle, walk, sit, stand, come and go, and the busses wove in and out with their loads-and the ticket offices remain open, always selling to ladies with stuffed shopping bags, tired servicemen, pert coeds, white-haired men . . . Bus erminal Blues 'The Public Address System Blares Something Unintelligible ...'...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THEMICHIGANDAILY University Uses Airport For Research Projects By MICHAEL KRAFT Although any large University's physical plant contains a variety of facilities, it seldom owns an air- port. Nor is the airport usually one of the nation's major terminals, serving a large metropolitan area and more than 400 planes aday. The University's ownership of Willow,Run Airport began in 1947 when it was "purchased for one dollar from the War Assets Ad- mi...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page - CUBA'S Y IJ G NTELCTUAj By DAVID A. MUNRO oNE AFTERNOON last Novem- ber a group of students at the Universidad de Oriente sauntered down to the highway that passes the campus and flagged down a passing bus. Most of them stood. joking, in front of it to prevent it from proceeding while or.e a lettering artist with a black brush, wrot "Abajo Batista" on its sides. On the front, in smaller letters, letters, he ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…21 P or O0ffers Long trically minded stu- Arbor holds a store- >ortunities, behind the s well as in front of ase of the theater is from tregedies to mu- es, playreading to op- m Shakespeare to Gil- illivan. who enjoy the excite- king on stage can par- >eech department pro- in Arbor Civic Theater >usly concerned with of the age ye live in, - your deliberations on ences and require- . Let your vision be >racing rather than o your own self. Th...…

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…Page 8-The Michigan Daily Magazine PAUL DARCY BOLES A Writer Deserving Recognition By BURTON BEER IAN These are good words, perhaps his novels. This is the way it LAST YEAR. shortly after his too easy to say, but they are words should be. third novel was published. any writer would do very well to What he has written re, by his Writer's Digest printed a short follow. There is a fine way of life own admission, only things that essa y by Patui D...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…......:...... .. Libraries Offer 2 ,411,628 Volumes f ___edwood & Ross College Clothes .' _I d reference books: biblio- ies, encyclopedias, diction- periodical and newspaper in- almanacs, yearbooks, bio- ical dictionaries and census Hearings Recorded R wl Here also are unbound Congres- onal committee hearings, a col- ction of telephone directories, an tensive clipping and pamphlet le on the University and current fairs. Aid or gu...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page 9, Art School's McClure When Everything Is Completely Functional, You Feel As if You're Under an Obligation' By LANE VANDERSLICE to desribe the emotions I have Daily Staffi witer t tried to express in any particular UDING BY Prof. Thomas Me-cuptr' CUr ING coun reialomr saIntrying to accomplish this, forte ha beei scutpture on Prof. McClure makes use of his re- grand scat sactions to form, texture and posi- Prof....…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… 'rsity Continues North Campus Ex pans -Daily-Richard Bloss LABORATORY-The brick portion of University's giant reactor, unique in the By JOHN WEICHER Future University expansion will come largely on North Campus, a 700-acre tract of rolling land lo- cated a mile northeast of the main campus rea. Since University President Har- lan Hatcher broke ground for the first structure five years ago, seven units have been completed. If funds from t...…

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…Page 10--The Michigan Daily Magazine MMMMMM J ub o furer 303 EAST LIBERTY STUDENTS I/Lecome to Anit iiArop RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. s well equipped to tale care of your PRINTING REQUIREMENTS * STATIONERY * TICKETS * POSTERS * PROGRAMS * INVITATIONS OF ALL KINDS * BOOKLETS * HANDBILLS * BUSINESS FORMS ON UNIVERSAL PROBLEMS: Writer Paul Darc Boles understanding is enough a part of Carp Rambo, that, if he has no . control over his destiny, he is ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…ACTIVITIES SECTION Y f~~Afria ar ACTIVITIES SECTION' SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,.MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 ctivties Bid. Houses Stu den t Organizations To J * * * * * * * * To Send Delegation Southeast Asia in 4 -Daily-Richard Bloss JDENT ACTIVITIES BLDG.--Almost all student organizations have their offices in this new lion-dollar structure which was opened early this year andis unmatched at any other univer...…

September 16, 1957 • Page Image 11

…BILLY GRA No Fire and Brims By RICHARD TAUB AFTER THE chair of more than Daily staff Kriter a thousand people, all volun- B1ILLY Graham! That name in- teers, sang a hymn led by Shea, P " spires for many a vision of one Graham began to ureach. of those renowned fire and brim- The world is wicked, he said, stone evangelists of another day, Just read a newspaper and you one of those legendary men of the can see the world is rotten. It has soap-bo...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

… CHIGAN DAILY MONDAY. EP OGRAMS PLANNED: Five Clubs Provide PoliticalActivity Co-Op Housing Offers Economic Living, Democratic Principles, Reduced Costs Both Young Republicans and Young Democrats plan to stage several debates and discussions during the fall, a number of which will be sponsored by the Political Issues club, according to its presi- der'. Sonia Baur, '60. She said too, that other groups, including the International Center, ...…

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…Page 12-The Michigan Dly Magazine Dor rs ill Be Dorms And at MIT They Are By DAVID KESSEY and companionship from this manie hu burning here and there, hams, Da is ftWrit er fort o reasons, made bombs of great effectiveness eHE prospect of living im Uni- Fist, the porter who was your an mobs of undergraduates mill- versity dormitories seems to fill friend was less likely to report ing about, culminating they thorrible infractions of the few dou...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…THE MCHIGAN DAILY It) SAGE ! THE MICHJGN BATTY AGE r JC Powers Still' ibject to Review FRESHMEN ELIGIBLE: Many Scholarships Available at 'U' through petitioning, to any person on campus. Council members serve as com- mittee supervisors. The committee members com- prise what is called the SGC ad- ministrative wing. Four major groups are the Education and So- cial Welfare, National and Inter-. national Affairs, Calendaring and Studrit Act...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY t1 MUSICAL SOCIETY PROGRAM: Munch, Menuhin To Appear in Concert A *1 1957-58 UNIVERSITY MUSIC SOCIETY C c Seventy-Ninth Anneal Choral Union Series LILY PONS, Soprano . . . . . . . . Thursday, October The University Musical Society has scheduled 18 concerts for its next season. The 79th annual Choral Union Series of 10 concerts will be opened Oct. 3 by Lily Pons, col- oratura of the Metropo...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…TEMBER 16, 1957 'HE MICHIGAN DAILY FEMBER 16, 1~57 THE MICHIGAN DUTY FAG: Three Bands Perform for Campus ."And now, presenting, the Michigan Marching Band." These words have been a pre- edent to many of the University and's preformances - on the ridiron, on television and in con- ert halls. r Under the direction of Dr. Wil- .am Revelli, the M i c h i g a n Marching Band takes the spot- ight for the first eight weeks of ach fall semester. ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

….. THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1957 There's a Nationally-Known Independent Record Dealer in Ann Arbor Renovation Enlarges Union Area, (Continued from Page 1) open to students. A darkroom is also located in the basement. The addition brought about not only an increase in the size of the down- stairs cafeteria but provided space for an air-conditioning system at the same time. Primary feature on the main floor of the Union i...…

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…x6, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAN B ATTN PAGE ELEVISION STUDIOS: WCBN Has Kinescope Production Highlights Work Radio Work I UNIVERSITY RADIO STATION: WUOM Offers Daily Listening, Practical Experier WUOM-FM, the University radio By JOAN KAATZ A remodeled funeral parlor 10- cated at 310 Maynard serves' as the coordinating point for many University television shows as well as speech department productions and WPAG-TV broad...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1957 Reidnc OPINIONS VARY: h eals- "Frs BOZAK Speakers Fraternities' Traditions Rs Halls it's AUDIO SUPPLY" Twrn Of 1Year-Long E - Scenes mitemen By DAVID TARR An increase in room and board rates, a food riot and planning for the doubling-up of men's rooms this fall were top news in the Uni- versity's Residence Hall system last year. For the third consecutive year, dormitory rates went up - $12.50 p...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…3ER 16, 1957 THE MCHIGAN DAILY ~ER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY iternational Center Provides Services Open to Students from 67 Countries By PHIL MUNCK tudents from Ceylon, the Phil- ines, Liberia, Argentina, Ger- ny, Korea and 61 other coun- s studying at the University t one another and American dents through the services ofa International Center. ocated on the first floor of the th wihg of the Union, the. ernational Center works both h ind...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDA Y, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 M ii A E TO THE STUDE TS! A Our Shelves are s tocked with I I I USED i for Every Course in Every Department J ENGINEERS-MEDICS-LAWYERS-NURSES use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy in Town. i STUDENT SUPPLIES TOTHE RETURNING STUDENT headquar- confusion The same courteous, wel ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…WOMEN'S SECTION Y Si43rn1~a~ A6F 4:1 a, t t WOMEN'S SECTION. 2T!!n -- [AN SUPPLEMENT I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 TWELVE W TWEVE_. ruversiy Newcomers to Follow Wvamped 'Orientation Program. By SARAH DRA SIN, ause~ of the rapidly expand- iiversity population, new stu- tir entering this fall will be : by a greatly revampeds ition program. ntation 1957 will include gistration during the sum- nonths for 'approximat...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…I THE MICHIGAN D'AILY MONDAY, SEP' (ichigras Carnival rings Gay Week (Continued from Page 1) Time for Everyone To Cool Ofdf Dean Uses Varied Background In Coed Administrative Position I lost people to his booth.5 Prizes ere awarded for the most tickets old as well as the quality of en- ertainment. The thousands who jammed the eldhouse needed little encourage- nent to play the various games of kill or enter the show and refresh- nent b...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…THE MCHIGAN DAILY sors Projects for Men and Women from AFTER MANY HOURS OF REHEARSAL AND WORK, LAST YEAR'S SOPHOMORE CLASS PRE- SENTED 'GOOD NEWS'. THE CLASS OF '59 PLANS TO STAGE 'GIRL CRAZY' LATE IN THE in 1956-57. It was born out of' the feeling that since the Junior class annually presented a play, Sophomores should give a Cabpr- et, type of entertainment often found in French taverns. Soon a traditional sophomore production, Cabaret,...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…X es for Independents, Affiliates itstanding University Students 11 open houses and at Tea ; Convocation, and spon- a Cinema Guild movie. or Society, a local honorary, inaffiliated junior women ,ve shown leadership ability, pated in campus activities' aintained a high scholastic -e. y spring members parade h dormitory halls singing, d out the halls we wander, as we go; of the girls we're to favor with our pin of Outstanding leadership, se...…

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…i'.0195'X ague Gives Women Opportunity ) Take Part in Campus Affairs THE MICHIGAN DAILYAE FOR DISCIPLINE, EDUCATION: Women's Judic Sits as Highest Authority on Coed Rule 4> '.°: - -esident's Welcome "On behalf of University wom- n students I would like to elcome all new students, fresh- man and tranfers to our cam- us and to the League. "The League on our campus unique in that it is a separate uilding and organization for 'omen, giving t...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MOND AY, SEPTEMBER 16, ;I j III!'I I' ., i III Dances Play Part in Forming 'U' Tradition 'p HE SLIDE RULE? IN OLD LOGGIN' TRADITION U U versity affiliates. Fraternity men hold their dance at the end of the series of activities to help maintain , good inter-fraternity' and inter-sorority relations. Important in the annual social calendar are those dances which are presented by different schools in the University. Hero ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA (1W ]ANSWER TO INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION: Co-Op Residents Have Equal Share in Responsibilities, E * SSuAr, L1AAv )eciio" _ By ROBERTA SOFFIN The answer to international in- tegration in the University hous- ing system has already been found by the Inter-Cooperative Council. In these co-op living units, stu- dents of widely diversified back- grounds live together, reaping the benefits of their cultural ex- change. ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…T y THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 .... ... 4 Sip of Coke in Cafe Atmosphere FROM CAMPUS FEUDS TO CALM FESTIVITY: I J-Hop Claims Title- to Oldest Organized 'U' Social Event I By ELEANOR GOLDBERG Following 'a new tradition set last year, J-Hop will again elimi- nate the "dead week" during spring registration. The class of '59 this year pre- sents the eighty - first annual dance. Formerly the event, which in- cludes t...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…'or Men and Coeds Stress, Comfort, Y __ .. .,_. _.... .. .... . T The perfect dress, to daxzzle a date, be it just for a movie or a party at, the Union, is a bright wool or any, time of the day or night; winter or summer; rain or shine; the plaid lined trench coat is a auui wn, i Yo.JII I~ Lu naivt~e roLias Inn 1 l Ntivir urnn …

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYMOD Women Opportunities To Participate in. 14 Sporti n through dance is the only mem- bership' requirement, says club, ~:manager Sandr~a Bader, ballet and k Madeline Pence, modern' dance.' Members. fall into two divisions, ," beginners and more proficient dancers. Beginners are taught by n 'rti the club manager, while a Univer- A conenia atmopher t-city instructor is on hand to give A co g enI a tmoshere tothe advanced group...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

… e THE MICHIGAN ATT.V W : . -- J.aa...aaa.raLE art aaavi PI E anhe! Coordinates Activities for Coeds in 21 Sororities ordinating body sorority women are "on their hon- ek activities for or" not to pre-rush any coeds dur- ith theiUniver- ing the fall semester. Affiliates 20 national so- may visit independents in dormi- diction aie the tories and independents may come io AhaChi into sorority houses only on a so- of Alpha Chp cial basis. a ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 v5.vrd V ,. 4DUATION REQUIREMENT: :oeds Learn Sports Skill in Physical Education Course 1-0 V- from other schbols. All equipment is furnished for coeds. Instruction on trampoline, rings, horses (not the real variety) as well as tumbling and some march- ing are included in the apparatus course. Winter Sports During the winter (which -lasts a. long time in Ann Arbor), ice and figure skating inst...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 33

… SPORTS SECTION Ci Sir4A' ~4aiti SEPORT SECTION FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 Heavy osses lace Gridders in Dark Hor TWELVE PAGES se Role LI £7 omme t BY JIM BAAD SINCE THIS ISSUE is dedicated to the incoming freshmen, this "' column takes the opportunity to extend the welcoming hand and to try and present in as adept a fashion as possible a condensed hand- book of Michigan sports-traditions, facil...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…'1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 r rrrrrwinn r s Swimmers Cop N CAA Crown When You're Looking for a Better Laundry in Ann Arbor,... Try our ONE-STOP Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Service.. . X Lose to MSUs Manpower In Conference Showdown I. I Wasl lawn h and Dry your entire dry in an hour at our store. By CARL RISEMAN The 1957 Michigan swimming team climaxed its most successful campaign in recent years by an- nexi...…

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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

…-GAN DAILY Eighth Straight Playoff 'M' Icers Again Stage Great Comeback- But Bow to Colorado College in Climax I DEFENSIVE ACTION-Michigan defenseman Barrie Hayton drops to the ice in an attempt to stop a flying puck off the stick of a Michigan State shooter. Hayton, who has two years left with the Wolverines, was unsuccessful, but goalie Ross Childs caught the disc himself to prevent a goal. This sort of action rewards all those who trav...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

…1957 THE MSCMGAN DAILY Dolfers Had Potential, But Never Found It': .oach i By AL JONES "I feel like we were kissing the bride." That was Michigan golf coach Bert Katzenmeyer, summing up the 1957 season. It was a long line of ups and downs, of breaks and breaks not made. The dual meet record was six won and eight lost, and the end of the Conference found them in third place. 'Had Potential' "We had the potential - it was there in all the b...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY~ ~E~TEMBER 16,1957 ..,, Football at Michigan Requires Extensive Coaching Program * By BOB ROMANOFF Michigan's perennial football powerhouses are guided by the brains of eight of the top coaches in college football, who in their prime were also great players. The Wolverines' head coach is Bennie G. Oosterbaan, who is en- BUMP ELLIOTT tering his 10th year in this posi- ...…

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