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May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…'U, APPROPRIATION See Page 4 icj r Latest Deadline in the State 43Iatt 41) - _- WARM AND HUMID VOL. LIX, No. 161 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1949 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a_ _ _ _ _ _ _ PRICE FIVE CENTS UN Refuses To Recognize Franco Spain Latin American Resolution Fails NEW YORK-(I)-The United Nations Assembly last night stuck to its three year ban on Franco Spain. But it also beat down a Slav bloc Campaign to slap econ...…

May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y TUESDAY MAY 17,- Dr. Emerson Outlines Old Age Planning Health Education Recommended Programs for care of the aged would probably be best developed under bureaus of preventive medi- cine in cooperation with health education services, Dr. Haven Em- erson told a public health assem- bly yesterday. Institutional and agency may help the indigent and dependent, Dr. Emerson, professor emeritus of public health at Columbia ...…

May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DIAIL " PAGE' _. _ v_ _ ._ _ _. Netmen Beat Sartans; Nine faces No tre Dame Second Victory Over MSC Runs Win Streak to Seven Paton Defeated by Malaga in Only Loss; Hetzeck Is Extended as Team Wins, 8-1 * * .,;, -- 1 Sailors Edged by Gophers; Second FlotillaTriumphant By BOB VOKAC The slim margin of one kept the Wolverine sailors making a clean sweep of point from their By ED HOFFMAN "We did...…

May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY MAY 17, 1949 - - = . I Letters to the Editor- The Daily accords its readers the privilege of submitting letters for publication in this column. Subject to space limitations, the general pa1- Icy is to publish in the order in which they are received all letters bearing the writer's signature and address. Letters exceeding 300 words, repeti- tious letters and letters of a defama- tory character or such letters whi...…

May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…nTUJ.DAs MAY 7, 1lJ4sJTHE 1 ICHIGAN DJiTy PAGE FIVI Mosher Hall Takes First Place in Lantern Night Sing I Phi's, Kappa Kappa Gamma's Win Honors in Posture, Sports * * * * Mosher Hall was awarded the thirty-fifth annual Lantern Night song cup for its presentation of "In the Month of Maying." Runner up was Alpha Delta Pi with its song "The Galway Pip- ers." Singing "Some Folks" and "Sing We and Chant It" and "Charm Me Asleep," Chi Omega a...…

May 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY MAY 17, 194$ Lit Failures Few, Says Dean Peake High admission requirements and careful selectivity of students accounts for the relatively small number of academic failures in the literary college, according to Assistant Dean Charles H. Peake. Only about six per cent of the students in the literary college are asked to withdraw,'each year be- cause of academic failure, Dean Peake said. He also revealed that about 10...…

May 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…EXTRA :Y Sw anL*40'1 4*1ai41i EXTRA Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, SPECIAL ISSUE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS I 7 Planning, Study .Back of Proj*ect Year and Half of Work Follows Original Student Legislature Idea The Phoenix Project-behnd those simple words lie a year and one half of intensive planning, research and efforts to hurdle legal obstacles. The concept of a "functional" war memorial or...…

May 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGVAN DA l . r 4 ' tdZ .. a a .a waI s[ x ~l y L I'VICIN lAY, MAY 17, 4x43 An Editorial.., A CENTER for research into man's relation to the atom- Why didn'tsomeone think of it before? It is so overwhelmingly "right" that it would seem auto- matic for someone in this country to have started that project immediately after those first bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. OFFICIAL. .. i Unfortunately, things don't always work ...…

May 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…MON~DAY, MAY~ 17, 1548 THE MICHIGAN AITLY a as ay. xea a ,. as 1 v.a.aa. v .x.11-11 L 1 I Alum i Aid( Expected hor Phoenix Ilan NO ATOM AUTOS YET- Preseint Studies ilake Some Headway Indicate Support Although plans for alumni par- ticipation in the Phoenix Projec have not yet been settled, state- ments from two prominent alum- ni representatives indicate tha country-wide support for the me- morial will build up quickly after the announce...…

May 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…%,.;.:: > 'r .# VUZY , THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, MAY 17, 1949 t., Ix pR0 4 J o H z C Q U SITY OF l w IT HAD TO HAPPEN IN A COUNTRY LIKE THIS q. N JULY 16, 1945, on a desert in New Mexico, a blinding flash ushered in the promise of a new era in our civilization. With electric enthusiasm, we caught sight of new horizons in medicine, sociology, and industry. In the months that followed, there was an atmosphere of revolution wh...…

May 17, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…BARGAINING PRO AND CON See Page 2 4bv A6P, li4t t -an A6F N7 X m ArN m uk:= lqqppl w T t CLOUDY WITH RAIN Latest Deadliie i the State PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. LVI, No. 6 ANN AUBlo l, MICIGAN, .A ;IAll V l, AA 1 17, 1947 -sm 'U'BudgetBill Passes House Unanimously Measure Allots Full $ 8570,000 The State House of Representa- tives last night approved by unani- mous vote a bill appropriating $8,570,000 to the University for operating expe...…

May 17, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

…" THRI-44AMIciHWAN OICYT SAS _. _. _ ;. err 'U\ '1 VT iN"lnlr 'U 'T lWW 7 '*Il 't Iri , INDUSTRY-WIDE BARGAINING: Pro... HILE BEATING LABOR over the head for allegedly associating with Commu- nists, Congress seems to be doing its utmost to push labor into the Red camp. Unions perform vital social, as well as economic, functions-they give the working- man "a feeling of belonging;" they provide him with equal strength, through the union, ...…

May 17, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

…LTIE MICHIGAN DAILY Pa ine_ Nips Indiana, 3-; aii., -2;__ Thlinclads Meet Illini Today Netters Fae Illinois Today At Charnpaigiir . A six-man Michigan 'tennis team, still smarting under a bit- ter 5-4 defeat by Northwestern on Thursday, will attempt to erase the sting by upsetting Illinois' defending champions at Cham- paign today. The Wolverine contingent will face virtually the same Illinois squad that captured the title last season. Desp...…

May 17, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 160) • Page Image 4

…-TII I(cHI A~ I1Lj __ _ Prof. Mattern ,ampus Due to Honored with fessor White Banquet, Gifts shaced lawns and ivy-clad build- Retiriug Glee Club ings of Yale, was the pioneer in University campus beautification. Conduclor Landed Disregarding assertions that the . ground was too hard and dry to Prof. David Mattern of the mu- grow trees other than the few sic school, who recently announced scraggly ones then present, he soon his retirement fro...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…MINERS' HEALTH See Page 4 Ci or Ar X m Arlm 414tr t 0 a n llqwr 9 Ilwwr Daiti PARTLYCLOUDY AND WARMER VOL. LVI, No. 142 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Lewis, Mine Owners Reject Truman Moves To Avert Rail Strike President Pla1s To Seize Railroads If Unions Fail To Extend 'i Ia i It By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 16-A White House official said late today that President Truman may ask railroad and u...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGrAN DbAILY FRIDAY, MAY 1MIN(;4 r C1 1 ld 1 9 I Holland To Hold First Election In Nine Years Expect Vote To Reveal Socialistic Leanings By The Associated Press AMSTERDAM, May 16- The Ne- therlands will hold its first parlia- mentary elections in nine years to- morrow, and most'observers predict it will result in a coalition of the Labor Socialist and the Catholic parties. The election is expected to disclose the extent...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

…ua1, 4UAX 11, m THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAGS' HRE wolverine Netters l;t jwp1'1S Northwestern, 5-4 Michigan Faces Strong Gopher Nine Today Cards Win, 9-8, In Overtime Tilt BOSTON. May 16--('T--The pinch- running Jeff Cross stole home to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 10-inning, 9-8 victory over the Boston Braves tonight before a 32,974 crowd. Much earlier Enos Slaughter had treated Mort Cooper, a bridegroom of a few hours, most harshly by ...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 -. r1 Fifty-Sxth Year Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Margaret Farmer . . . . . . . Managing Editor Hale Champion. .........Editorial Director Robert Goldman....... . . . . City Editor Emily E. Knapp . . . . . . . . Associate Editor Pat Cameron . . . . . . . Associate Editor Clark Baker .. .. ... .....Spor...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 5

…A " m'rlr F III It"HIC, AN TI A TTV mi.. O. G _____________________________________- a. . r ..4 4 l t. 15...~ UA3 - ~ ~ t. i ' I ,l1L. Uniion Cuciill APrese tnt Hnnual Sprinj Forxmal ~ Lay 2 Dance Tickets To Go On Sale Today at Desk Affair Will Feature Corsages, Novel Programs for Guests; Bill Layton To Provide Music The Union Executive Council will present its annual Spring Formal from 9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, May 25, in the Union Ba...…

May 17, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX AND T HE LAD1IES, TOO: VA Expects 7,800 Women Vets To Return to Schools THE . M I C HIWAN DAILYSA, M AYf)~ 17, 1946 A/iproxiately 7,800 women voter- ans of the 50,000 residing in Michi- gan, Ohio, and Kentucky will return to school or college according to esti- mates made by the Veterans Admin- .Inter uild Will Hold(1Retrea t At' Cain p BirkeUt The annual Interguild Retreat will be held today, tomorrow and Sunday at Camp Birkett. ...…

May 17, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…-M ~r / N 4h04 ~aiMg WEATHER C-,Did, Claudi., VOL.. LV, No. 149 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1945 Navy Reports ap Subs oughtin At PRICE FIVE CENTS rntic * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Children Will Benefit from Tag Day Sale Coeds To Canvass City for $1,800 Goal The twenty-fifth annual Tag Day campaign will take place tomorrow with coeds from 28 houses selling tags throughout Ann Arbor from 7:45 a. m. until 4 p. m. Revenue ...…

May 17, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1945 Fitys4f t l Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Soviet Relations at Low Ebb Il M ~F Edited and managed by students of the Uniyersity of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Evelyn Phillips Margaret Farmer Ray Dixon. Paul Sislin Hank Mantho Dave Loewenberg Mavis Kennedy Ann Schutz Dick Strickland Martha Schmitt Ray McFee ...…

May 17, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…)AY, MAY 17, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY --0600-it Michigan Nine ** * By MARY LU HEATH Hampered by rainy weather all week, Michigan's baseball squad to- day completes its preparation for the all-important series with Indiana, tomorrow and Saturday, which will at least temporarily break the tie between the two teams for first place in the Western Conference race. The possibility of a one-game post- ponement and a substitute double- header Satu...…

May 17, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…P __k __OU_ _ _ _H____ MICHIGAN DAILY CTlk~ 1$~aY, MAT 17di5411 AlamonyApplications Made To Appointment Bureau "Students are registered with the that the camps may write back to Bureau of Appointments for every- the Bureau here for further informa- thing from busboy to head counselor tion about those whose qualifications in application for camp and resort meet their demands. work," said Dr. T. Luther Purdom, The camps and resorts which the d...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… it431U at t Cloudy and Warm VOL. LIV No. 137 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS Briggs Concern Closes Detroit War Plant n Japs Menace Indian Border; Chinese Push Past Salween Thrust Advances Nips to 11 Miles of Frontier; Chinese Burma Drive Gains Momentum By The Associated Press SOUTHEAST ASIA HEADQUARTERS, Kandy, Ceylon, May 16.-Jap- anese troops have stabbed close to the borders of India in a new thrust ...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, WEDNESDAY,MAY 17, 1944 New Delegates Insure Majority For Roosevelt Unconfirmed Pledges Gives Dewey Hope For GOP Nomination By The Associated Press New Jersey and California Demo- 9rats put 86 more delegates in Presi- dent Roosevelt's column in primary voting yesterday (Tuesday) and pushed his total far above the re- quired majority for another nomin- ation two months in advance of the party's national convention. Just for...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIC N"" f5AM PACT TTR Tfli~ MICHIGAN HY TH Wolverine Nine Faces Grosse Ile for Second Time Toda *1" n HERE TODAY ... By HARVEY FRANK Sports Editor Fisher Names Hackstadt, iVillers,' Manko To Throw Against Sailors Gane Will Enable Squad To Sharpen Batting Eyes Before Saturday's Conference Deciding Doubleheader with Illinois >d Golfers To Plax Titai s in Last Match Before Bii Ten Playoffs IF MICHIGAN'S tennis coach, Leroy Wei...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNE~A Y, MAY , ...,. Fifty-Fourth Year Jane Farrant Claire Sherman Stan Wallace Evelyn Phillips Harvey Frank Bud Low JS Ann Peterson Mary Anne Olson Marjorie Hall. Marjdrie Rosmarin Elizabeth A. Carpen Margery Batt . T Editorial Staff . . . . . Managing Editor . . . . . Editorial Director . . .. . City Editor . , . . . Associate Editor . . . . . Sports Editor . . . . Associate Sports Editor . . . Associate Sports Ed...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…4~,TIli MCRGA DAILY PAGE FIVE V-1 2 Orchestra Will Play for Navy S fAnchor Ball' Third Battalion! Will Sponsor Dance at Union Three Hurdred Tickets Are Available for Naval Personnel; Proceeds To Go to Relief Fund Stan Oviatt and the V-12 orchestra will be featured at "Anchor Ball," Third Batallion - sponsored dance which will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, June 3, in the Union Ballroom. Ticket sales, which are now open to ...…

May 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…?AC-ErS5M THE RH X DWIL LATIN STUDENT LIFE: Dr. Olivera To Open Series by Discussing Cuban Cultural Life Speaking on "The Cultural Life of Cuba," Dr. Raul Olivera will give the first in a series of lectures on Latin America at 8 p.m. today in the Kellogg Auditorium. The lecture series is sponsored by the Latin American Society and the International Center. Dr. Julio del Toro of the depart- ment of romance languages will be guest chairman ...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…Weather Warmer LLI Sir igaA tti Editorial Attack On Morgan Is Unfair Lie .. . VOL. LIL No. 173 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1942 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Nine Captures Double-Header From Illinois; LeadsBig Ten Western Coiference Title Lost When Trackmen Score Only 191/2 Points; Ostroot, Thomas Place Michigan Netters Take Second Place By MIKE DANN Special to The Daily CHAMPAIGN, Ill., May 16.-Pitch- ing, the question mark of the 1...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY TWO SUNDAY, MAY 17, 194" Plays To Be Held In Arboretum. Flames On The Burma Front A double feature program, pre- sented by the speech department, will be given by Play Production students at 4:30 p.m. today in.the Arboretum. The performance of "The Taming of the Shrew," postponed Friday be- cause of rain, will be the last play production performance of the sem- ester. Directed by Dr. Palmer Chris- tian, a madigral s...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…AY 17, 1943 THE MIGHIGAN DAILY Nine Sweeps Twin Bill; Netters R., 40 elinquish Ti tle Boim, Fishman Both Allow-Only Seven:Hits; Purple Captures Tennis Crown By One Point P P Bud Chamberlain Stars For Wolverines With Slugging, Fielding; Varsity Meets Chicago Tomorrow In Double Header (Continued from Page 1) in both contests, they failed to come through in the pinches with the result that they had eight men left on bases in each gam...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY"SN AT, MAY 17;3 "4 The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND By DREW PEARSON and ROBERT S. ALLEN 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 University year .and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispat...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 5

…Sub A7 UA 17, .W9 THE MICHIGAN 1iIALY PAGE l __ _ __A~17~19~PAEv~z TedV V Dance Heads Are Planning Radio Hookup Reorganized 15-Piece Band To Come For One Night Stand From Chicago's Black Hawk Ted Weems and his new 15 piece band will come to Ann Arbor May 29 for a one night stand at the Senior Ball, Lawton, Hammett, music chairman, announced late last night. Reorganized two months ago and boasting a Dorsey trumpet player and a Jimmie Dorse...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 6

… - r -r--- - - w - - THE- MICHIGAN DAILY SUNl"DAlY, MMd171 942~ War Puts Premium On Drama, Actress Madge Evans Declares 11 =e _ ___ .I Wartime places a premium on stage entertainment, declares Madge Evans, auburn-haired beauty of stage and screen, soon to appear in Mark Reed's "Petticoat Fever" at the Lydia Mendelssohin Theatre. Miss Evans, Hollywood in dress and speech, maintains her husband Sid- ney Kingsley's belief that "war has a ...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1942 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Authorities n Aviation ToConvene Inter-Allied Conference Meets For Discussion Of Manpower-Pool OTTAWA, May 16.-OP)-Repre- sentatives of 13 of the United Na- tions meet here Monday for the In- ter-Allied Air Training Conference, which aviation authorities rate as a major event in the war effort and a tribute to Canadian hard work and resourcefulness. Participants are to be the United State...…

May 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 173) • Page Image 8

…-- --vi- - F- w - _ _ E~iIT T HE MI CHIG AN DAIZ ;!")N kAV, MAY 17, 1g4fP Price Control For Retailers, Starts Monday Dealers Required To Post Lists 'In Manner Plainly Visible To The Public' WASHINGTON, May 16.--0P)-Re- tailers were reminded today that the price ceiling regulation becomes ef- iective for them next Monday and that the Office of Price Administra- tion expects them to post their price lists "in a manner clearly visible to t...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…io Weather Cloudy. Y r Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication I jiai Editorial Haisley's Dismissal. Is Unjust Action . VOL LL No. 16 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 Trackmen Qualify Nineteen In Events At Big Ten Contest Haisley ToMake Appeal After Protest By Citizens Community Will Give Support To Educator's Hearing On Local Decision Before State Tenure Board Britain Takes Offensive Agains...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…FAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1941 U I U U Visualization Of Instruction Is Advocated, Motion Picture Discussion To End Annual Session Of Visual Institute Today Keynoting the annual two-day ses- sion of the Visual Instruction Insti- tute, Dr. C. A. Fisher, director of the Extension Service, yesterday ex-' pressed the hope that visual education would be used more frequently in the University. The cooperative filni library of...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY A 4. p3iU MAtI4 _ _. ., . . i .. a, n a K, A ,''. 11'~ 5 Track Team Qualifies 19 In Big Ten Meet; Nine Loses, 6-5 PORTFOLIO. Illinois Athletic Headaches 0 Aspirin For Philadelpiia By HAL WILSON Daily Sports Editor' Piel, Thomas Qualify In Two Events; ,Dunker HaltsMichigan In Piches HE ATHLETIC SITUATION at the University of Illinois which has existed in a sort of volcanic dorman- cy for the last several years-smou...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR T HE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~sLnbH I[TH[E Mn FOr _DN JN~ONU IIO M 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 University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all new...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

… THE- M.* C .P£.G.IA .N F n 3.A TE.V t. n 44 in ."tww.. ft - +. as ,u ."a a v M T a i" 11 Lt L H. TL PAG*E IE Ir .rr Annual Crop And Saddle Horseshow Will Be Held Today 90 Will Enter Riding Show's Varied Events Military Drill, Competitive Pair Classes To Be Seen; First Place Winners To Receive Statuettes Nearly 90 horsemen and horsewo- men will participate in competitive riding at 2:30 p.m. today when the annual horseshow, sponsored...…

May 17, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…STX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1941 ,. I __ __ _ i Big Ben Survives llasts Of Bombers DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ---- i (Continued from Page 4) J - Q Faculty, College of Engineering: R There will be a meeting of the facul- J ty of this College on Tuesday, May V 20, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering Building. The order of a the meeting will be: Nomination of S Panel for Appointment of Execut...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…Weather cotiieFj cootlitchay. Y sfrV :Iaitxj Editorial is Santa C..Oiirnj Aain?,,. VOL. L. No. 165 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 Roosevelt Asks or Increased ir Ar PRICE FIVE CENTS aada German Forces Hammer Deeper into France Paris Is Under Martial Law; Theta Xi's Win Fraternity Sing Before 2,000 At Library Steps Nazis Pierce Sedan Sector British Fight At Louvain; DNB Declares Germans Will Take Belgian City; Predic...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…THlE MICHITGAN DX-TAV FRIDAY, MAY - 7, -9.4 Hillel Will Hold Annual Banquet Ruthven, Fewer To Speak t Ceremony Sunday Hillel Foundation will celebrate its 13th anniversary on the Michigan campus with a banquet in the Michi- gan Union at 6:30 p.m. next Sunday at which President Ruthven and Rabbi Leon Feuer of Toledo will be honored guests. President Ruthven will give a short address and Rabbi Feuer will give the principal talk on "What is a...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…&Y, MAY 17,1940 THE MICUICN IIY Michigan Nine Meets Purdue; Golf eam Tied BySpartans Netmen Washed Out Meet Wayne Today Rain or shine the Michigan tennis team will meet Wayne University this afternoon in a match which was washed out by the Weather Man yesterday. If weather conditions are favor- able, the match will be held on the Palmer Field courts at :3 p.m. Other- wise it will be played on the four indoor courts of the Sports Building...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…TWlE MICHIGAN DAILY PRIDAY MAY 17, 19 .0 MP. -=.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Prof. Hyma 's Adrian Talk Draws Fire Of Students In Letters To Daily qhe IN11NGTo DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN 3-1I p - R .w . _-A -rte 3tMiE~a,4M A1 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 University year and Summer Session. - Member ...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY, lAY 17, 1940 IE MiI IGAN DAILY Foresters And GraduatesTo Hold TraditionalDances' TAGy F Today Cooperatives Will Present Radio Dance Nine cooperative houses, 'two for women and seven for men, will col- laborate on a radio dance to be given tonight from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Wolverine. Richard Shuey, .'42E, Intercooper- ative Council social chairman, an- nounced that the plans for the eve- ning would include a floor show made up of s...…

May 17, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 ommmmomm Dr. Jimnez Discusses Causes, Treatments For Allerv Cases By GERALD BURNS Last night's dill pickle may thwart what might have been a beautiful friendship by causing the outbreak of an uncharming skin rash or by prompting a running nose or an unromantic tendency to sneeze. This illustrates the least serious of the cases of allergy which are admitted to the Health Service, Dr. Robert J. Jimine...…

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