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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…,S MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'MNi By RUDE DIFAZIO Take some rainy weather, spill it in a cauldron, boil it in the fire of a Big Ten baseball race, toss in a sporadic pitching staff, spice, with a mid-season slump of a top- flight hitter, and just as the pot is about to simmer drop in an ineli- gibility ruling. It doesn't sound too good? It isn't, it's only second beft. This was the brew the Michigan baseball team got i...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…s VE THE MICMHGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I.1957 !right Memories Wro ught from '56 Grid Season (Continued from Page 1) ling passes with running plays, quarterback Jim Maddock guided Michigan down the field as the clock ticked the seconds away. Shatusky, who had scored the first touchdown, ground out the final four yards with only 1:06 showing on the scoreboard clock. Away Games High Spots These two games, the only two away-from-hom...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…PUBLICATIONS SECTION I Ak6 4416pr :43 a t t FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 I s c C THE MICHIGAN DAILY is the voice of news and opinion at the University, broadcasting to thousands of people six days a week. World and local news, fea- tures, famous editorial columnists and reviews are part of the complete coverage boasted by the entirely student-run newspaper about to begin its 68th year. e£ii...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…THE MCMGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1957 Al )aily Presents Complete News Coverage Ensian Records Campus Year In Permanent 500-Page Book T In the pages of the Michigan- ensian, shortened to Ensian, for everyday usage, is the most com- plete, most attractive record of the University year. Within its covers are relived the strains of rushing, the Diag at 8 a.m. and the band in all its glory...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 47

…MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,_ 1957 THE MCHIGAN DAILY Daily Plant One of Largest PUBLISHES STUDENT s G4 Generation Conti Among College NewspapersGerainC t AwTermed the University's inter- - - . arts magazine. Generation's fun- comments and opinions of x tion is to provide an opportunity haing similar inteiests for talented student writers to It should also be poin m have their work published while that the magazine is run k on campus. by students an...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…THE MGHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 'aily Front Pages Present Headline News Ev ents '+d As is true with all newspapers, The Daily's readers never know what to expect when they pick up the morning's issue every day. With .a student staff of 200, The Daily is able to take all kinds of advantages in getting all the news for its readers. The Daily's reporters are sent all over the state and often to distant states for many special ne...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

… 4 'A + +M ' Page 12-The Michigan Daily Magazine Dorms Will Be Dorms And at MIT, They Are r , . *'...*'*t. *** By DAVID KESSEL Daily Staff Writer THE prospect of living in Uni- versity dormitories seems to fill large numbers of men hereabouts with something less than enthusi- asm, although it could be said that a hard core of conservatives views the present situation with a cer- tain degree of improbable delight. For the benefit of the s...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…- , I , 1-1 1- -1. . -7 , , - , mmm - lll---- ,_:, w -' .. -.. - - ., --- - A - Nt . '> -C .4 -. - -" -4-- * age 2-The Michigan Daily Magazine The Michigan Daily Magazine Monday, Sept BILLY GRAHAM, CRUSADE No Fire and Brimstone, Just Sincerity and Publicity Vol. IV, No. I Monday, September 16, 1957 CONTENTS Day School Opens September 24 Night School September 25 Professional training for businesspositions, at a saving of time and...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…-jz" . . -C ige 10-The Michigan Daily Magazine Monda lM MMn. ON UNIVERSAL PROBLEMS: Writer Paul Darcy Boles (Continued from Page 8) r r IJ Jumbo Burgers I ... 303 EAST LIB ERTY I1 STUDENTS /c onme to NC4P4ON RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. well equipped to take care of your PRINTING REQUIREMENTS " STATIONERY " TICKETS " POSTERS " PROGRAMS I iNVITATIONS OF ALL KINDS * BOOKLETS * HANDBILLS " BUSINESS FORMS RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. STATI...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

….... ,,, ="MOW'' -+ :. a.. .. fit,. ,.... x. . .t. ... -E,. a. At. * {. _t .:r}. - . y ' y. ter?.. ... ,.c F.. ,te .t -.. t... "... .. - .. .. -S *4 ., Page 4--The Michigan Daily Magazine Monday Meyer Levin's 'Compulsion' Art School's McClure 'When Everything Is Completely Functional, You As if You're Under an Obligation' A Full and Sprawling Book With a Plea for Understanding COMPULSION. By Meyer Lev-, in. 495 pp. New York: Si- mo...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

…I Page 8--The Michigan Daily Magazine PAUL IARCY BOLES' A Writer Deserving Recognition h. - , _ 4' i -4 Mon THOSE BOOMING MO By BURTO 3N BEERMAN These are good words, perhaps LAST YEAR, shortly after his third novel was published, Writer's Digest printed a short, essay by Paul Darcy Boles. This magazine prints mostly market reports and how-to articles for writers, but what Boles wrote went far beyond the usual how-to article. He pr...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…..... .... - --.-, .-. -.- - A- -4 -~ -.4 r - - -. - -- .4 x1* - Monday, CUBA'S YOUNG INTELLEC ANN ARBOR'S BUS TERMINAL-The door flaps open and shut, the lines lengthen and shorten, people wait, shuffle, walk, sit, staid, come and go, and the busses move 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 Terminal ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…ur Sutbsc ript(ion TRATION it r s Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBR MICHIGAN, MOND)AY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957.S aI Housing l1 . rat ,600O Over Past l . I scaled ates by an all- 3,10 -Daily--ihard Bloss y less UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY-Nearing completion is the new 3,200. University library branch, largest of its kind in the country. over e,089 3,8 /.Uergr aduate Libra-rly that new To Open in November be a last By DOROTH...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…n Campus Problems Discussed 'U' Museums Offer. v ar A broad program has been- scheduled this year by the Liter-= ary College Steering Committee., Established in 1947, the com- mittee serves as a sounding board for student and faculty opinion on existing campus problems, Its 15 student members do not have power to rule on problems, but can bring out campus prob- lems and make suggestions to such organizations as Student Govern- ment Counci...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…1ER 16k,1857 TEE 1MICHIGAN DAILY' -Rm ctors, Senators To TakeStage MINIATURE HOSPITAL: Health Service Offers Student Numerous Services GEORGE JESSEL - in 'Story of Broadway' SEN. ALBERT GORE ... .in atomic energy discussion By DONALD KURTZ University Health Service is a miniature hospital. Although the work of the serv- ice is largely that of a clinic, it health safety for students and seeks to promote health educa- also gives attention ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…cl Al Migan Dally 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 ons Are Free 11 Prevail" s printed in The Michigan gaily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. 1$, 1957 NIGHT EDITOR: VERNON NAHRGANG The Da ily's Role In th...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

… THE lYlICHMAN !!ALLY PAQE ITB TilL MIEliIiAN IJAILk PAGE FiVE Research Centers Contribute in Studies Union Opera Bows to Musket Show BY MURRAY FEIWELL MUSKET (Michigan Union Show, Koeds Too) will begin its second year on campus this fall. Last year was the first time that the former Union Opera became MUSKET, allowing women in the cast. "Brigadoon" was the presen- tation. For almost half a century the Union Opera was characterized b...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 TIlE MIChiGAN PAIL V MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1957 ._._ __. ... ., . a.,,,. I I Introducing --- 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,...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 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 a day. The University's ownership of Willow Run Airport began in 1947 when it was "purchased for one dollar from the War Assets Ad...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

… nn Arbor Offers Long MA51 I WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION-Broadway plays occasion- ally find themselves in Ann Arbor during the Drama Season. 0 AITH or Gilbert and Sullivan. Th lec- campus with drama. Their first nation contact ture series and drama season add production last fall was primarily len McClusky a touch of the professional to the a clinic for high school students figious Advisor Ann Arbor drama year. on play production. mandy 2-354...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…mwmftm .. rersity Libraries Offer 2 ,411,628 Volumes Redwood & Ross College Clothes c k STEUDLE ary may soon be feature of the y student's pro- selected reference books: -biblio- graphies, encyclopedias, diction- aries, periodical and newspaper in- dexes, almanacs, yearbooks, bio- graphical dictionaries and census material. Hearings Recorded and with aay f totall brary, open MI lay from 8 a day from 8 a Sunday fror arious service Lis...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…:Y 1ersity Continues North Campus Expansi By JOHN WEICHER -Daily-Richard Bloss MEMORIAL LABORATORY-The brick porti6rn of ng houses the University's giant reactor, unique in the 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 area. Since University President Har- lan Hatcher broke ground for the first structure five years ago, seven units have b...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 1

…THE STUDENT CONFRONTS THE U' 11 r Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom Datil FAIR, MILD Iligh-76 LOW-56 Light northerly winds; hot much change in temperature. fee Page 4 TWENTY-FOUR PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1960 TWENTY-FOUR PAGI Attacks Off-Campus Housing Discriminatiot 'U' Given Cyclotron 4Y Approval Congress Passes AEC Funds Bill The University will get $1.8 million in Atomic Energy Com- mission funds to co...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA 7C Plans Summer Reading Seminar limit the size of groups, those who are enrolled in the program willj be given first consideration. All pertinent information con- cerning the summer reading pro- gram, including reading lists of the required primary books and optional secondary books along with the dates and times of sem- inar meetings may be obtained at the table in the lobby of the Undergraduate Library. The freshme...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 3

… ) sk7o Claims Red SmILear !State Lawmakers Called into Session Cheers M f NTo Hide Congo i Plot I Mks Council SMaintain X1l Support Russians Demand. Complete Withdrawal In Counter-resolution UNITED NATIONS (A) - The. U.S. accused the Soviet Union yes- terday of conducting a campaign of smear and slander against the United Nations in order to cover up a plot to turn the Congo into a Red satellite. In addition the U.S. called on the...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 4

…j Ai dgau at j Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSMTY OF MICHIGAN Ten Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTRO. OFS TUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth WW e'" STUDENT PUBUCATxoNS 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. . Y, SEPTEMBER 16, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: PHILIP SHERMAN ...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY olitical Scientists Discuss World Trends I Participants in the Internation- al Political Science Association round table conference, which met this week at the University, com- mented on the political trends in other countries. Prof. Henry Bretton of the political science department de- livered a paper on the newly emergent states of Africa. "As more West African states attain independence, conflict between) ethnic group...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 6

…r Arbor's Most Cenlte. on-the-Dremise OfiilsReot nriuetUp II SLIGHTLY HIGHER- University officials report yregst ration at this tinge 1 and expect a total of over 24000 students to register for class for t --Daily-David Newman eis slightly above last year, the Fall semester. welcome to the campus ... you'll like what you see here! / You'll see America's fashion shop waiting. largest' and most complete campus for you at Jacobson's! You'...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH: Medical Students Plan Special Studies c; - As the first step in a new spe- cial studies program for selected students in the Universial medical school, 13 freshman and 19 sopho- more medical students met their faculty tutorial advisors at a din- ner last night. The innovation, somewhat sim- ilar to the undergraduate honors program in the literary college, is an attempt to provide more chal- lenging me...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRYD) CAMPBELL REPORTS: State Voting Laws, Ball( Influence U.S. Elections 1960-1961 STUDENT DIRECTORY State laws governing the voting franchise and the physical form of the ballot itself both have a significant effect on the American elections, Angus Campbell, Direc- tor of the University Survey Re- search Center reported to the In- ternational Political Science As- sociation recently. Campbell noted that in more than ha...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 9

…THE MIHIGAN DAILY.Z itt P By PHILIP SHERMAN A new technique for using com- ters may ultimately eliminate ich of the drudgery commonly iociated with term paper writ-, ,. The technique is simply a new ithod of information retrival de-j oped by the University of Pitts- rgh. It's but one example of the panding use of computers in! n-scientific educational fields. (The importance of computers education was emphasized by s week's conference at the ...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, K TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 11 IBucs Defeat Dodgers 3-1 Lead by Six By The Associated Press The Pittsburgh Pirates increas- ed their National League lead over the idle second place St. Louis Cardinals to six games yesterday with a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Mil- waukee Braves crept to within a' half-game of St. Louis by beat- ing the Chicago Cubs by the same score. San Francisco defeated...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Passing Highlights "M" Drill By DAVE ANDREWS Coach Chalmers "Bump" Elliott's Michigan gridders ran through a snappy two hour pass- ing drill yesterday in preparation for the expected full scale scrim- mage tomorrow or early next week. Elliott withheld his charges from any heavy contact drills yesterday as with the season opener against Oregon a scant eight days away, he is becoming wary of the injury bug which has stricken...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 12

…P Vs THE MICHIGAN DAILY f7iRAET 3AY, SEPTE I r Sophs Raise Grid Hopes I1 I , - By JIM HAMDT At least one sophomore has cracked the Michigan starting eleven with promise that two moreE will eventually follow. That one sophomore is quarter- back Dave Glinka, a product of Toledo Catholic Central in Ohio. Glinka, standing 6-1 and weighing 210 pounds, has been a fine all- around perfromer of late, passingj and running well. He is still bein...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 13

…SECTI ON 4 p- it r 1Mw1t A4&hr 41a1pottu 4womommopp- -w- Ah,.X SECTION TWO TWO VELVE PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1960 TWELVE P NSA Adopts Moves On National Issues The United States .National Student Association, composed of representative delegates from 383 colleges and universities, met in Minneapolis for its 13th Congress, Aug. 21-30. Nearly 100 resolutions were adopted in the Congress plenary ses- sions and...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN D AILY PROGRAM NOTES: Choristers To Audition For SingingPositions Students 0 0 By CAROLINE DOW j University Choral Union audi- tions for new members will con- tinue through Wednesday. Any interested singer can have an audition appointment by call- Inig NO 8-7513. Old members in good standing may re-enter upon application at the University Mu- sical Society office in Burton Tow- er not later than Sept. 29. Rehearsals for the e...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY YGRESS MEETS: NSA Issues Statements On National Problems (Con+tnua tfromPagm 1 I Ha'Student Earns Degree in Law V"Abjoluu0u as Vacs rsssv of "I would argue, however that if the student when he is a student, does not confront the issues of modern life with great seriousness and with an understanding that he must come to an ultimate deci- sion as to where he stands with regard to those issues, then he will not do so after...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY , ; 1 1 I 3 t 1 1 i . f I '1 ... Dear Student: The Michigan Daily has just become YOUR college newspaper. You will find The Daily serves you in two ways: it presents and evaluates campus and world events and offers you the chance to par- ticipate in a stimulating activity encompassing all phases of journalism. I 'We invite you to join us Friday, Sept. 16 at an open-house at The Daily building, 420 Maynard Street, locate...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 17

…TRE MICHIGAN DAILY 1l USNSA -CONVENTION RESOLUTIONS: Advocate School Aid, Desegregation; World Youth Forum <« (Continued from Page I) believes the responsibility of stu- dent government is to represent the majority of its electors on any issue with which it is concerned'. And that any limitation on this function besides those imposed by the students themselves are in- consistent with the ideas of the universal community of scholars. USNS...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 18

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Eastern Language Studies ts Students ccelerate LiguisticSkill lor, or Mr. Russell 0. Hanson, as- By SHERI BRISTOL - MODERN LIVING--Sliding glass walls provide access to a sheltered patio at the new Alpha Chi Omega sorority house on Washtenaw. Living, dining and recreation rooms may be combined with the outdoor area for special events. The patio was designed to save a large tree in the center of the property, which was form...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 19

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ity Press Expansion s Book Production By JUDITH OPPENHEIM Since 1954, the scope of the Uni- versity of Michigan Press has in- creased to the point where it ranks among the top university presses of the country. The number of books published annually has increased more than 500 per cent over the last six years, from a total of nine in 1954 to 46, last year. During this same period, the sales income of the Press has risen f...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 20

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY 'DAY, 16, Maists Awarded A lumni A i FIRST UNIVERSITY TO EXPERIMENT: tudies Grants To 'U' Fund Officials- Call Trimester Plan Successful at Pitt By PHILIP SHERMAN The University of Pittsburgh is currently the only major Ameri- can university operating with a trimester calendar. As this plan boosts an institu- tion's capacity by 50 per cent. "a legislature will hound the presi- dent of a state university to death when it he...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 21

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. .. Dad, SPORTS by HAROLD APPLEBAUM Comeback Olympic Champion Swimmer Joan Spillane Enters Michigan SNI1GHT of the Michigan Swim Gala Day is by definition a happy occasion for local swim enthusiasts, but this was not so ate on the night of December 5, 1959 as diver Bob Webster lay under heayasedation in Universlty Hospital.h Hours before Webster, to the horror of 2,000 Michigan swim fans, hadplunged unconscious into V...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 22

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY M Building Now Open By BOB ROMANOFF j 'his week the large Intramural iding, located on Hoover just St of State, opened its doors fol- ing the summer vacation usher- in the 49th year of I-M sports Michigan. the hours will be from 8 a.m. to p.m. on weekdays and from ht to noon on Saturdays. the actual I-M program won't rt until a week from Monday with the opening of the touch football season. The International Center soccer...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 23

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Skala, Jorgenson Appointed Basketball Aides to Strack 1 By DAVE ANDREWS The youth movement among the Michigan coaching staffs rolled on during the summer with the addi- tion of Jim Skala, 30, and Tom Jorgenson, 25, to the basketball staff under new head coach Dave Strack. Skalla, who received his Masters here in 1953, spent a year at Adrian in central Michigan. He then moved to nearby Eastern Michigan University to assume...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 24

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1,DAY .. S . r i s CR ti e -9 °. 0 'tiA, , s Fs US w 1 I For Every Course on the Michigan Canpus NOTICE! Engineers and Architects ULRICH'S carry the largest stock in Michigan of Engineers' and Ar- chitects' Books and Supplies at Special Student Prices. t HEADQUARTERS for SHEAFFER- PARKER and ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS r DESI ULRICH'S WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great values in Student Supplies BUY AT ...…

September 16, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…Y Seventy-Four Years of Editorial Freedom E itj PARTLY CLOUDi High-60 Low-40 Cooler today wtith Tight southeasterly winds ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1964 SEVEN CENTS 7Schedule Merger c e*u Of Unon, League Combinaiton, Planned for Four Years, Hoped To Come in March By BARBARA SEYFRIED Final barriers have been removed to implementation of the Union-League merger. The merger, in the planning for four years, will be com...…

September 16, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…THIlE MICHIGA N DA[ILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1964 Manipukttive ienic Spirit Ppis Get Higher Grades per big advantage of the Common t luct Market is that it provides fcr A Pennsylvania State professor gri- foreign investment and export," recently found that students who Coufadakis, said. dm- su s e "conniving, manipulating ssa- He felt that Greece's position strategies" on their professors re in the North Atlantic Treaty Or- ceive better...…

September 16, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, SEPT MI3ER 16, 1 4 'i'3 E 11iICHI AIY - .t I .' PACE : WEDNESDAY, ~EPTEMJ3ER 16, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA (1W TU~WU' . ..=..w aaA~..U454 . Health Care WASHINGTON (P) -- The ad- son can find a formula to keep it ministration's program of health alive. care for the elderly suffered a Administration forces had de- possible fatal setback yesterday cided earlier in the day that, with- in the House. out enough backing for a test v...…

September 16, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…J- Eac...m.I hac_ She irh t tt ail Seventy-Fifth Year EDrrD AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORiTY OF BOARD rN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Wh4ereOpinions AeFr, 420 MAYNARD ST., ANN ARBOR, MicH. NEWS PHONE: 764-0552 Truth will Prevail. Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily ex press the individual opinions of staf f writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1964 NI...…

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