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November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

… Weather Fair LY Sir igan 4Iaitii Edtorial More Tolerane Needed In Armiy Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication VOL. LI. No. 43 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1940 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverines Edge Out Wildcats, 20-13 Nazi Thinks GulfAttackerIs Former U.S. Ship - German Ships Enter Mexican Port To Escape Pursuing Fleet British Bombing Plane Batter Invasion Ports And Long Range Guns Greeks Push Back Entire Italia...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…TWO THETP MT7T1TE.N fDAILY SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1440 i f u 1 *cat af .. 1 tl'S~i ' R A'* AVU i Long Explains Nazi-Soviet Talks "In staging the recent Hitler- Molotoff conversations, German of- ficials were dominated by a desire to 'determine specific points of Rus- sian foreign policy, especially the Soviet Union's attitude on a possible Nazi move against the Straits between the Black and the Aegean Seas," Prof. Dwight C. Long of the hi...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

…0 I S AT's NOVEMBER 17, 1940 THE -MICHIGAN DAILY , PAGE TABS TflEMTCT4A Y I yYJ PA~B Iowa. .... Notre Dame .. . 7 Ohio State .. ....., Illinois .... .. . .14 Wisconsin ..... 6 Indiana,. ......27 ...10 Penn . Army . 48 Cornell ... 0 Dartmouth . . . . . 73 Boston College . Georgetown .. . 19 Minnesota .,.. .33 Princeton ...4. . . 18 Purdue ....... 6 Yale........ 10 . f Wolverines Stave Off Last Period Rally V To Tame Wild...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 4

…THlE MICIGA A : ITTv SUNDY. NVEMBR 1. 1940. r r - a as.a ~ra s.' n a atj ~TThAV I~MR~Ii I' QAE l.i } 1.'V\l f l.ii LLL' 14 11 1JYV THE MICHIGAN DAILY Washington Merry-Go-Round DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Xdited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. t Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Assoc...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 5

… SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Noted Woman Corrspondent. Talks Tuesday Writer Dorothy Thompson To Give Interpretation Of Present-Day Scene Considered by many to be the top feminine journalist in the country, Dorothy Thompson, who is to give the fourth Oratorical Association lec- ture here Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium, will present her inter- pretation of current political and ...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 6

…PAGE six THE MICHIGAN DAILY iTJNo ?iY, bN®1fIBER 17, 1940 Frances C/1P6 Ouf(the lck "Portrait of a Student Studying for a Midsemester" (otherwise known as "The Ravin ') (Ed. Note: Po' Mr. Poe) I Once upon a midnight dreary While I pondered weak and wary Over many a quaint and furious volume of forgotten lore- While I nodded nearly napping, Suddenly there came a tapping, As of someone gently rapping, Rapping at my chamber door. "'Tis some ...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 7

…_, 7R; SUNDAY, NOVEMBER% 17, 1940 THE MICHIGANDAILY P bGE SEVEN .. PAGE SEVEN Pageant To Aid Students' Fund. Church Members To Give ThanksgivingTableau "The Quest for Bread," a Thanks- giving Pageant, will be presented by the- Presbyterian students at 5 p.m. this afternoon in the social hall of the !~irst Presbyterian Church, for the benefit of the World Student Service Fund. The pageant will consist of tab- leaus of the Babylonian Natu...…

November 17, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 43) • Page Image 8

…TIDE M101 + AN VAIVY SINDAT, NOVEMBER 17, 1940 TT7TF~ MTCT-TTCAN 1bATTN StINDAY. NOVEMB~ 17~ 1~b4fl +.r:w: i rr. v u.a a av aV 4 1J V v I ASSOCIATED PRESS PUCTURE NEWS A N D J U D I T H A C R E E S-Frank McCormick, Cincin- nati Reds' first baseman named the National League's most valu- able player by the Baseball Writers' association, rates ace-high with Judith Ann, his daughter. They posed in New York. MOUNTAIN HAS A WORD FOR IT--A ...…

November 17, 1942 (vol. 53, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…j. * ,~ 4it311 4 aitt- Wreather Somewhat Warmer VOL. LIII No. 38 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOV. 17, 1942 I'IUCE FIVE CENTS U.S. Navy Blasts 23 Jap Ships In Solomons Area, Forestalls To Bottom New Attack n Yanks oin Britishers unisia Small French Military Units Join Allied Task Forces as Decisive African Battle Begins By The Associated Press LONDON, Nov. 16.- Motorized United States troops were disclosed officially tonight to...…

November 17, 1942 (vol. 53, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

…F.tC AT.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY TT3~SDAT, NOV. 17, 199;, -- mod:.: -.-. ,...- Fifty-Third Year Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entit...…

November 17, 1942 (vol. 53, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…PAE Th1R Michigan Must Beat Buckeyes To Stay In Big Ten Race Spartans Play WestFi rginia EAST LANSING, Nov. 16.- ()- Michigan State College will have its hands full Saturday againsttthe two-1 team combination of Western Vir- ginia's tough Mountaineers. Scout Karl Schlademan brought back word to Coach Charley Bachman that the Southern squad has two teams which can change the pace on its opposition at will. One unit, Schlademan said, is...…

November 17, 1942 (vol. 53, iss. 38) • Page Image 4

….TII.E MICHIGAN~ DAiLY4 I -. '', TUESDAY. NOV. 17. 1~4~ SPALDING WILL APPEAR HERE: Outstanding Violinist to Play In Fourth Choral Union Concert DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN America's z'nost noted violin artist, Albert Spalding, will present the fourth Choral 'Union concert of the current series at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in Hill Auditorium. After being praised as the most promising young violinist since Mo- zart, Spalding graduated from the ...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

… f w it. 04 *60'ry I Weather VOL. LIV No. 14 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS Fifth Air Force Blasts Rebaul Heavy American Bomber Force Pounds Enemy Mine in Norway; The Harbor at Rabaul, New Britain, is ablaze af ter Nov. 2 Fifth Air Force raid. Jap ship in fore- ground burns as bomber (left) passes spot where b omb or shell just burst.. White plum in foreground is water spout from bomb burst. Note f...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…f k - #, PAGE TWO THlE MIC(AI1tAN DI)ALY VVLDN"UAY,,, NOV- 47, 1943 T a-' a-.A~ ~iiU __________ OPA Men Make Plans To Crack Down on Deer Hunters B1oard. in Field To -Investigate %Ias Violations ihearinigs for iHuntfrs Ape SchvedueqToday Jn Mackinac City By The Associated Press Sfour-mari Office of Price Admin- istr~ation Bearing board, schiedul.ed to begin hearings. in Cheboygan today on charges of gasoline rationing vio- lations b...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

… THE MIC~ItA A LV iv.s 3 a 9 4"4-*Wl ilR s'y ............... Thinclads To Compete During Indoor Season; Ufer Baek LOWdown on Sports . .by BUD LOW Veterans Form Nucleus Of Varsity Track Squad . Varsity Drills For Tough Tilt With Buckeyes Offensive, Defensive Play Both Stressed In Rigorous Workout Irish Again Rate First in Grid Poll; Michigan Holds Fourth Slot TIS, the second anniversary of the Esquire Sports Poll, we think it a...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…PACE FOUR& T~lEMICHIG(AN DI LlY WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1M 1943 .~i ~ I U Fifty-Fourth Year LDCE PICKED 'WRONG HORSE' Badoglio, King Emmanuel Are Unpredictable; Revolution May Be Only'Outlet for Italian People .. I .ditedt and managed by students of the University of 6icliigen under the authority of the Board in Contra) fit stud!ent Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning excep...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

… ,. YLRNSAYy NOV. 17, 1943. . A -t t.v PAlfl VIM "'"______ - 5 .& U. 5 3.L.. ~ ...' L~£.. 1 a.s.sy so Dressngs Unit Wil Be Open .i flfy Swedt 0tt a etera 3 9 Sa WCCBy NANCY GROBERG Credit Will Be Given for Hours Out of the night which covers us, etc., etc., etc., there springs the beginning of what may. -prove to be a rather black existence.. As the Worked, Chairman Reports; word comes through that lights are to be turned out at 11:30, ...…

November 17, 1943 (vol. 54, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…I THE MIC7HGAN DAI No Soldiers Form New Campus Athletic C roup Army Intramural Program Includes Basketball, Wrestling A new program of Army intra- murals, which will give the seven companies on campus a chance to compete among themselves and with the Navy, has been organized under the general supervision of Maj. J. P. Warner. Each company will have two bas- ketball teams, and a track team is to be organized from among the vari- Gus units....…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

… Lie igm 4:Init WEATHER ClearI and Coti nud CAlA, TGUaY I VOL. LV, No. 15 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1944 PRICE FIVE GE Six R iES HURLED I TO E a IOFFENSIVE Two New Units Plow Through Nazi Defenses Soviet Troops Smash Nearer to Budapest) Reds Cut into Nazi Line' On A ustro-Czech Border Units of Second Ukrainian Army Storm, Capture Important Gyomro Rail Station LONDON, NOV. 16-(A)--Russian assault forces unhing...…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN-DAILY FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1944 _ . _ _ Agencies To End Shortages of War Materials 0 By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, NOV. 16-War Mobilization Director James F. Byrnes tonight ordered four government agencies to concentrate on ending critical shortages of some war materials and weapons which if continued might prolong the war. Byrnes said that if necessary to overcome these lags he would take "drastic action" and disclosed ...…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…17, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan avored To Down Badgers lain9 the Cs'unt:v:: By DAVE LEENBERG.: Associate Sports Editor 1 NOW THAT THE "Fighting Irish" have been thumped by Navy and Army on successive week-ends, some tentative conclusions can be reached concerning the status of these two service school teams, and what can be expected when the two squads clash at Annapolis, December 2, in a game which may well decide the national my...…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1944 THE MICHIGAN.DAILY 1- Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON 1MERRY-GO-ROUND: President Meets Cabinet I I 9I -- _---a" = L " <01 Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Evelyn Phillips . Managing Editor Stan Wallace . . City Editor Ray Dixon ... Associate Editor Hank Mantho . . . Sports Editor Dave Loewenberg . Assoc...…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

…F1IbAY, NOV. 17, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DILY PAGE FIVE, . . ..,e......, .,.. a ... ..: ... z. :. . .. ..:.n rz:. .:a.i i.. Fifteen Junior Women Chosen Heads' Of Bond Belle Teamsfor Loan Drivel _. '4) 4> Nurses' Aide Course Given For 'U' Credit Interested Coeds May Register At Red Cross Headquarters A Nurses' Aide course, beginning Surgical Dressings Follow Invading Forces Must Layton To Play At Two Dances, This Week-end Union dances...…

November 17, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 15) • Page Image 6

…PACE SIX ,TSHE MICHIGAN DAILY I c I F F~ '\ F 'I' _ Is r &_ .4 M A S K-A U. S. soldier wears a gas mask designed especially for hospital patients with head wounds. The mask was devel- oped by the Army's Chemical Warfare Service. A L I F T F0 R R A F F L I E R S -- Three RAF fliers are given a ride in a donkey cart to their billets in Greece. Men are Spitfire pilots of the Balkan Air Force. C H I N E S E R E A S 5 E M B L E !...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…This Is SOIC's Cable to Prague Ann Arbor, Michigan November 17, 1945 International Students Congress Charles University Prague, Czechoslovakia Students at the University of Michigan wish you success in cementing world student solidarity. The World Student Fed- eration can be an important factor in keeping peace. Michigan hopes to do its part by aiding in the rehabilita- tion of a Unversity in Europe or the Far East, and by estab- lishing con...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO T It MICHIGAN DAILY :ATtTRDAY, tVEMBET 17, 1945 Educational en ers Destroyed by Dutch Student Patriots Resisted NazisSays Dr. Wouter Njihoff, Distmguished Bookseller War's Havoc SOIC IDEA SPREADS: Many Other Campuses Also Or anize Similar Groups MNTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' [DAY NOVEMBER 17, 1945 By MARTHA DIEFFENBACHER "Netherlands students were good patriots in the resistance movement," explained Dr. Wouter Njihoff, dis- ting...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Cagers Defeat Cen tral1ichigan in Opener, ( §8-45 'Wolverines Battle Purdue in Crucial Game DeMoss, Cody, Canfield Threaten Title Chances, c SPO RTS NEWS + VIEWS + COMMENT By BILL MULLENDORE, Sports Editor (Continued from Page 1) State. A loss to Northwestern re- moved some of the glitter of that triumph, but the Boilermakers are still rated among the best in Big Ten circles. Isbell has bu...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVE iBER 17, 1945 Fifty-Sixth Year 1- ! -1 Edited and managed by students of the University of 'Michigan under the authority of the Board of Control of Student Publications. International Students Day TODAY is International Students' Day. This marks the first time that it has been ob- served on this campus. Specifically it is held to commemorate the infamous day six years ago when the Nazis bru- ...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

…S Ir SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1945 Churches To H Soejal Meetig In addition to worship services, Ann Arbor churches have planned var- ious social affairs for students. The annual All-Methodist Break- fast for Methodist students and fac- ulty members will be held at 8:30 a. m. tomorrow in the ballroom of the League. Prof. John L. Brumm, of the jour- nalism department, will welcome stu- dents on behalf of the Wesley Foun- dation trustees. Dr. Jame...…

November 17, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 15) • Page Image 6

…PAGE St K THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1945 -- - ~---------------- ----.--- I U - Dentistry S( #c Is Treating 4 About 500 patients are presently having work done at the general den- tal clinic in the School of Dentistry and speciaized cinics at the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Institute. The clinics offer free dental ser- vice to students and anyone else wh'ose work they can take care of. Dec. 5 Ballong ToAName Union Vice .Presi...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

… COLLEGE ROUND-UP See page 3 41F- L Latest Deadline in the State Dait SNOW, COLDER VOL. LVII, No. 48 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1946 lveine Power Crushes Ba gers, PRICE FIVE CENTS 28-6 Russian Use of Veto Brings British Attack Big Five Opposes (charter Changes By The Associated Press LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Nov. 16- Great Britain today leveled a strong attack against Russia's use of the veto as preparations went ahead for a ...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…l/nteritINS of %/iichit-jan LrrERt A R Y MAGAZLNE Fiction CAPTAIN SQUEEKY PEACE IN OUR TIME. .. . . . DON THORNBURY JUDITH LAIKIN w i ! " i i i # ry VOYAGE ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . MACK WOODRUFF THE BARGAIN .... . . ...9 . . . . . . DONALD LaBADIE Art by MARION CARLETON LEO TEHOLIZ ART DANTO Essay by JOHN HOWARD Book Review by KAY ENGEL Poetry by CID CORMAN WILLIAM GRAM VIRGIL CLARK MARTHA DIEFFENBACHER VOLUME Two NUMBER O...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 D411" 1tiOVEll rB-E Z 17, 1946 PAGE TWO S'UNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1946 MICHIGAN SURVEY: Revenue for State Operations Supplied by Only 33 Counties Only 33 of Michigan's 83 counties were self-supporting during the fiscal year 1944-45, according to figures Just released by Michigan Survey, a state taxpayers organization. Washtenaw County was one of the self-supporting counties appearing on the Survey list. These 3...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page Two PERSPECTIVES Page TwoPER SPECTTVF-S Perspectives Editor .............. Margery Wald Associate Editors ... ....... Doris Cohen, Russ LaDue, Don Thornbury Literary Staff: Stan Bradshaw, Cid Corman, Don Curto, June Friedenberg, Joan Lochner, June Miller, Dave Stewart Art Editors .............................Marion Carleton, Leo Teholiz Sophomore Staff Marge Granse, Norma Levy, Doris Pfeffer, Henry Schmer Advisory Board ... Arno L. Bad...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

… SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, ' 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1q46 PAGE COLLEGE ROUND-UP: Kilroy Meets Untimely End at Minnes ta Carillon Recital To End Current Series by Giles STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES TYPEWRITERS Bought, Sold, Rentbd, Repaired 0. D. MORUILL 314 S. State St. Phone 7177 s ", UNWANTED HAIR Permanently Removed! Short wave method-Faster, Painless Phone 6373 First National Bldg. I Keep A-Head Of Your Hair L...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…P RSPECTIVES Pace Three cDoAPhrTAINbUY ..Don T hornbur- ... of wandering forever and the earth again.,. .of seed-time, bloom, and the mellow-dropping harvest. And of the big flowers, the rich flowers, the strange unknown flowers. Where shall the weary rest? When shall the lonely of heart come home? What doors are open for the wanderer? And which of us shall find his father, know his face, and in what place, and in what time, and in what la...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 4

…sEUU THE MICHIGAN DAILYs SUNDAY, NOVEMBER17, 1946 To Expedite VA Checks , I' Recordings TMERE ARE SOME of us who work to fill in the gap between missing veterans' checks. A few have rich uncles. Nobody depends on the VA very much. There's a good reason for it too. Under the pr s ent svstem here's what happens when you errity if you're a vet: files a copy of your eligibility e v sity and sends another to _,higan. Jackson forwards it to i)...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Page Four PERSPECTIVES , _. PEACE IN OUR TIME 0. .. Judith Laikini A',MNON scuffed his bare feet along the path, rousing angry puffs of dust behind him. He had long ago learned to hate the dust that made the settlers work so hard to turn it into the good soil that would finally grow live things. The dust was heavy and gray, and where it had not settled too thickly one could see its brother the sand, heavy also, but more yellow. He paused b...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 5

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE F Sale of Tickets for Gym Jam Will Open Wednesday on Diag Event To Be Given In Combined Gyms Tickets for the WAA Gym Jam, to be held from 8 p. m. to midnight Friday, will go on sale Wednesday and Thursday on the Diagonal. According to Betty Eaton, ticket chairman, the tickets will be avail- able from 9 a. m. to noon and from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. at the center Di- agonal. A limited number of tickets will be sol...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVEq Pagerive A PRIMER FOR DYLAN TH"OMAS ... John Howard To understand the poetry of Dylan Thomas on its simpler levels it is nec- essary to know that he is young, that he is Welsh, and that he is a writer. In this country he is probably best known in an anonymous way, as the author of scripts for certain British documentary films. But readers of the New Direc- tions catalog will find listed there thsee volumes by Mr. Thomas, with a...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1946 'M '-Badger Sidel ghis Bob Mann, an end until yesterday obscured in the seemingly inexausti- ble supply of Maize and Blue ends, made 62,000 shivering fans forget the others by turning in the most im- pressive performance of any player on either squad. Among other things, Mann snagged two passes for touchdowns and ran 20 yards on an end around. He was all alone on Wisconsin's 34 when he stepped j...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Pa:ix PERS PECTI V ES x ss ,i ... . ............ ..... ... ,. .... _.._ .._, MYAGE . .. Mack Woodruf f (EDIToR's NOTE: Wve wish to call at- tention to this story as being the only suannscript submitted to PRSPECT1VES by a freshman. We accepted it because of its literary serit, but wec hope it will1 encourag ycontribbtions from all unser- graduates, regardless of class.) WTHEN the Fort Ridley returns to an- ama she is a young-old ship. She...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 7

… SUNDAY, NOVEMBER. 17, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Illini Triumph over Ohio State 16-7 To Retain Big°Nim e Lead Wolverine 'B' Team Sweeps To 40-7 Victory over Badgers Wisniewski Leads Jayvee Scoring Parade As Yedinak, Traugot Also Shine on Offense Roundup of Top Grid Battles Wisconsin's jayvees opened like a steamroller yesterday morning but rapidly ran out of gas as the Michi- gan B team swept to its sixth victory of the year,...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…P E*R SPECTI VE ,S AlKp s o, THE BARGAIN ... Donald LaBadie N A WAY, since it happened after he had stopped speaking to me, I don't feel quite so much this sensation of not being in the right which is probably, after all, only wonder and bewilder- ment. He lowered his eyes every time he met me in the hall those last two weeks and hugged the side of the wall as if I might reach out and touch him. In a sense he cut me off from his life so tha...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 48) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY S AMY, NOVEMBER 17, 1Hd THE-MI---------TL SUNDAY, NOVEMBEr .,.: +.R 1.v w v a r i A T. A LIT TT ?3V'7 I: A"ID W T"V7 T1vTr n ivAwuLi YUll t NJUWii1jr: 'Better, Faster Planes' Is Kuethe 's Watchword By HARRY LEVINE EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the seventh article in a weekly series on faculty personalities. When Arnold Kuethe, professor of aerodynamics here, was just out of college in 1927 and Lindbergh had f...…

November 17, 1946 (vol. 2, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight PERSPECTIVES PageE h PERSPECTIVES The Children's Crusade Copper nickels, silver gin Pay my way to peep-show sin. Pied the piping, pied the typing Tatoo of the drummer's wand Tuning breathing to the seething Boogie-woogie vagabond. Juke the jinxer, juke the knave Bewitching children to the cave. The silver trumpet's screamin' The snaky clarinet demon Lure my pumping heart to blast her Capillary food-stuff faster While the tinny co...…

November 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… 'NEW LIFE' AND NORMALCY See Page 4 4br 4bp .f it t Aqwpp w r Dati4 CLEAR, COLD, WINDY Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 49 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS Chinese Reds Fail To Gain' Suehow Goal Continue Assault In South Sector By The Associated Press Battle-seasoned Chinese Com- munist troops have been hurled back east of the vital government base of Suchow in what Nanking hailed as a major victo...…

November 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1948 I w ill III FROM OLD TO NEW: 'U' Museum Exhibit American, Peruvian Art DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Modern American and pre-Span- ish Peruvian art will be the two exhibits at the University Museum of Art next month, Curator Helen Hall has announced. "Americana," consisting of paintings, carvings, ceramics and Tobin Reports Wage Raises Not Uniform CINCINNATI-() )-Earnings of some 16,000,...…

November 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, NOVEMUEU 17, 1948 THlE MICHIGAN BiATTY PAAI~ 'Prm*~ Wolver ines Pre ar e for osU FAST RUGGED OFFENSE: T oimusi Named as Lineman of Week Close Tilt Saturday Indicated by Record By BEV BUSSEY (Sports Feature Edlitor) At least four different outfits will be taking a crack at the Buck- eyes this weekend in Columbus, and from the noise and dander be- ing raised around Ferry Field, it looks safe to predict that there'll be...…

November 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…T11E -MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEAMER 1!7, 1948- . ., _ , . 'New Life' and Normalcy CAMPUS LIFE is undergoing the most drastic change it has seen since the be- ginning of the war. As the last of the veterans watch their remaining time on the GI Bill dwindle away to nothing, and new students come to Michigan fresh from high school, the whole atmosphere changes. No longer are freshmen catapulted into a society composed of people with two ...…

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