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September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 1

… EDITOR'S NOTE See Page 4 Y l Air iaut 4hp :43 a t Ig SAMPLE COPY SPECIAL EDITION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 30 PAGES * s , * * * 0 ---<i New Campus' Now Under Construction Huron River Site Of 'U' Expansion Gigantic plans for a multi-mil- lion dollar "overflow" campus in the hills beyond the Huron River will go into effect this year now that the initial surveying and ground-breaking has been com- pleted. The ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1352 ________________________________________________________________________________ I - 'FOR MEN ONLY': Union, Offers Numerous Attractions to Ca mpus The Michigan Union, campus men's club, is being robbed of one college tradition-its ivy trim- ' but it is firmly hanging on to its more noted tradition of forbid- ding women J o enter the front doo...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 3

… E WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,.x1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREL IJ' Operates 44,000 Watt! FM Station WUOM Presents Major Concerts One of the University's out- standing public-service programs is the operation of a 44,000 watt, University-owned FM radio sta- tion with transmitter tower at Peach Mountain outside Ann Ar- bor. The purpose of the University of Michigan Broadcasting Service, organized in 1925, is to provide . programs designed ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 4

…AGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 ~GE FOUR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1R52 By CRAWFORD YOUNG to print that will fit finds its way into the Daily Managing Editor columns. COMMUNISTS - fascists - bigots - Supervising the editorial page is Cal Sam- pseudo-liberals - rabble-rousers - de- ra of Flint, originally Khalil Mohammed viates of various descriptions - these are Najeeb Abusamra Pasha of Syria. His job is a random s...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 5

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE ROTC, NATIONAL GUARD: 'U' Students Meet Army Obligations (Continued from Page 1) to take a physical examination,' they may have the physical here in Michigan through the Ann Arbor' board, but their classification will be determined at home. if da student receives a defer- ment for continued college work (2AS classification), he must satisfy his draft board that he is doing passi...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 PAGE SIX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 SL STORY: - - Legislature Gains Prestige Football Ticket Distribution Will Begin September 22 (Continued from Page 1) These projects and accepted recommendations represent the successful aspects of SL activities during the past year, but legisla- tors have not solved all the prob- lems that they had hoped to. For the second time in two ye...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 7

… 'k, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 'T I3E MICHIGAN DAILY FAGr SZ-TM - WEDESAY SETEBE 17 1-2TH---HIANDAIY- - m i TWENTY-SIX MAJOR EVENTS: Concert-goers To Enjoy Full Season * * * * # * A full season of 26 major con- certs, highlighted by the annual May Festival is in store for music minded University students this year. TheUniversity Musical Society's 1952-53 program will include con- certs by leading major symphony orchestras, severa...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 8

…tC'M THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 I I 'Aers aged goods Open JiStudents famed Avery the first ma ,crary field for iters. ttial monetary early literary mark of suc- icck, some- g ood con- I competi- although the , were for upper- .: awards are made e ;d of the fall semes- Ss of $50, $30, and _i d1 inners of ;.'"1tit(n in es- 1. b able to pts during n competi- minor di- judged rash de- upperclass ed by promi- oI literary f...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 9

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINO - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINII Now Studen What to do in Ann Arbor? As a University town of 47,000 population, the city offers much in good entertainment. SIX MOVIE theatres provide steady diversion to book-weary students. In addition to the two cam- pus theatres, which run current hits, there is the Student Legis- lature Cinema Guild, which spe- cial...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 10

…TEN THE MICHG AN DAILY WEDNESDAY,;SEPTEMBm1E , 1952 CENTRAL RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION: , SRA Includes 24 Campus Faiths - * - - - Another semester's program of religious and social activities will be inaugurated this fall by the Student Religious Association. Housed in a red-brick building on State Street called Lane Hall, BRA represents the interests of all \faiths and cultures on campus. It is the central organization for 24 religious ...…

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… )ITOR'S NOTE See Page 4 C, r lflr itanA E:3aiti4 SAMPLE COPY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 30 PAGES "Nomomma * * , S * * * * * f * (~) 4a Campus Under truction Huron River Site Of 'U' Expansion Gigantic plans for a multi-mil. lion dollar "overflow" campus in the hills beyond the Huron River will go into effect this year now that the initial surveying and ground-breaking has been com- pleted.0 The double b...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 11

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE EL MN'' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 PAGE ELEVEN / Fire5 Daily Covers News Events On Campus Student Paper FIZ 63rd Year The Michigan Daily, edited and managed entirely by University students is the most important news agency for the campus and has long been rated one of the out- standing college dailies in the country. Now in its 63rd year of publi- cation, The Daily boasts a com- p...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 12

…GE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOR MEN ONLY': Union Offers Numerous Attractions to Campus The Michigan Union, campus men's club, if being robbed of one college tradition-its ivy trim- but it is firmly hanging on to its more noted tradition of forbid- ding women to enter the front ....... door.' Offering extensive recreational facilities and endless special ser- vices-for men only-the Union Huron River Site of New IU' Cam us (Continued from Pag...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 12

…TWELVE VTHE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 teferral' Counseling System Helps Counteract University S Size (Continued from Page 1) All three of the University's nen's residence halls-West Quad, East Quad and South Quad are >perated under this plan. Fletcher fall, a smaller dorm, is also un- ler the plan. * . THE WOMEN'S residences hare similar system of counseling, onsisting of graduate counselors ssigned to specific...…

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…PAGE THREE DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.1952 J Operates 4.000 Watt? T HE MICHIGAN DAILY ..... ..,r w . ..... _a . . _ _ . . ....._ An Idle Conversation in the Arboretum ENERGY FOR PEACETIME: Phoenix Project Probes Atom I Station WUOM Presents Major Concerts One of the University's out- standing public-service programs Is the operation of a 44,000 watt, University-owned FM radio sta- tion with transmitter tower at1 Peach Mountain outside Ann Ar...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 13

… i/ WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT Y S dit d ~Iaitir WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT I 1' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 @NNW" ONION* Women's League To Be Center of Coed Activity This Fall Iz , * * * * University Gives Organized Aid ToFreshmen Coeds' Judiciary I BigSisters Automatic Membership Allows Use Of Facilities, Activities Participation It is the duty of the University Women's Judiciary Council to for- mulate and enforce...…

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…,G FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 Gl~ FOUR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 . top no te ..- By CRAWFORD YOUNG Daily Managing Editor COMMUNISTS -- fascists - bigots -- pseudo-liberalsd -rabble-rousers - de- viates of various descriptions -- these are' a random sampling of the epithets com- monly applied to the ogres that work on The Daily. Inasmuch as the most imposing of monsters loses some of its monsterness when c...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 14

…"l e THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 ampus Stays Lively with Dances; omecoming, J-Hop Top Calendar From the first moment that stu- dents begin arriving on campus in the fall, the whirl of social events is something that most of them look forward to and never forget. Regular Saturday night Union dances with "real live" bands are casual affairs that heighten the anticipation and party spirit for one of the first big dances...…

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… EMBER 17, loss THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG ROTC, NATIONAL GUARD: 'U' Students Meet Army Obligations (Continued from Page 1) to take a physical examination, they may have the physical here in Michigan through theAnn Arbor board, but their cla sification will be determined at home. If a student receives a defer- ment for continued college work (2AS classification), he must satisfy his draft board that he is doing passing work to keep his deferme...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 15

… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE ________________________________________________________________________________ U __________________________ 'Miss Mac,' Busy League Social Director Acts as Man Friday for Coed Activities "Ask Miss Mac-she knows." This familiar phrase will echo about the League as the year's activities are planned and pre- sented by the coeds who partici- pate in League activities. MISS ETHEL ...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 16

…SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1;, 1952 SIX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 ,',~ 1952 . .. .. k iL STORY: Legislature Gains Prestige Football Ticket Distribution Will Begin September 22 (Continued from Page 1) These projects and accepted recommendations represent the successful aspects of SL activities during the past year, but legisla- tors have not solved all the prob- lems that they had hoped to. For the second time in two years...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 16

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 Freshmen Are Eligible for Women's Athletic Association activities Variety of Sports Clubs Offered Coeds Badminton, Tennis, Golf, Field Hockey Will Open in Fall * 4 A Student WAA Board Has Complete Recreational Plan Opportunities for fun, friend- ship and the chance to learn new sports or to become more profi- cient in familiar ones are offered to all University coeds by WAA- spo...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I II Concert-goers To Enjoy Full Season 1952-1953 THE 74TH annual Choral Union Concert Series will feature ten at- tractions, opening Oct. 8 with Richard Tucker, tenor, of the Metropolitan Opera. A new-comer to the Universi- ty concert program, the Danish State Orchestra under the di- rection of Erik Tuxen will be heard November 15 as the sec- ond in this series, while the next concert ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 17

… &Y, SEPTEMBER 17,1)52 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Lantern Night Annual Event Houses Compete in Sing; Cup Is Given One of the many traditional events for women on the Univer- sity campus is the annual Lantern .~Night program. Sponsored by the executive board of the Women's Athletic As- sociation, the festivities each year, honor graduating senior women. * * * LANTERN NIGHT is an out- growth of a program which origi- nated in 1913. Then a...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, ______________________________________________________________________________________________ I U " New Writers Encouraged In Hopwoods Contests Open To All Students The University's famed Avery Hopwood Contest is the first ma- jor step into the literary field for aspiring campus writers. And,, with substantial monetary awards, it repays early literary talent with another mark of suc- cess-the f...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 18

….MX TIE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 f a -U Housing (Continued from Page 3) If a girl would rather live in a more homelike atmosphere, a league house would probably be advisable. These houses are su- pervised residences, varying in size from ten to 25 women. Some of them do not serve meals, while others provide one or two a day. There are about 20 of these league houses on campus. Some women may find it neces- sary to work...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 19

… ', SEPTEMBER 17,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE tudent Life.- Classroom by Day, Entertainment at Night * * * * * * What to do in Ann Arbor? As a University town of 47,000 >opulation, the city offers much In good entertainment.. SIX MOVIE theatres provide teady diversion to book-weary tudents. In addition to the two cam- pus theatres, which run current hits, there is the Stud.ent Legis- lature Cinema Guild, which spe- cializes ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 19

… SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICH19AN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THE ,. _IC ... _.N.. aI aG EVN idents Aid Counseling Dorms Advising,, Listening Experts Available Throughout Year When each freshman first comes into her dormitory she will meet a graduate student whose particu- lar interest is in helping her to adjust to the many, aspects of col- lege life which are new to her. 4 * * * THIS STUDENT is a resident counselor, and she will be avail- able: t...…

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…TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBM 17,1952 TEN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'?, 1952 CENTRAL RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION: SRA Includes 24 Campus Faiths * * * * * * * Another semester's program of religious and social activities will be inaugurated this fall by the Student Religious Association. Housed in a red-brick building on State Street called Lane Hall, SRA represents the interests of all faiths and cultures on campus. It is the centr...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 20

…~- I E EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTE'Mr~R 17,195"' I 1 I I ELCO E TO THE E STUDE TS! II I Our Shelves are S tocked with I USED I for Every Course in Every Department ENGINEERS-MEDICS-LAWYERS Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requirements. Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy in Town. TO.THE FRESHMAN STUDENT SUPPLIES T...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 21

…NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY W-WWW=wmowo le Student * * * Publica tions Record * * * * * * * * * Daily Covers news Events )n Campus Student Paper In 63rd Year The Michigan Daily, edited and managed entirely by University students is the most important news agency for the campus and has long been rated one of the out- standing college dailies in the country. Now in its 63rd year of publi- cation, The Daily boasts a c...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 21

… SPORTS SUPPLEMENT Y 3 k11 Ikti Y .SPORT SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 H AIL THE VICTORS: IMF Michigan Still Class of Collegiate Sport .. . " s * * * * * , * I By ED WHIPPLE Daily Sports Editor YOU FRESHMEN may note the 1951 Michigan football team lost as many games (5) in one season as the 1947, '48, '49, '50 aggre- gations combined (they won 31) and conclude you were born five years too late. 'T...…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 22

…TWEME THE MICHIGAN DAILY IVEDVESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 'Referral' Counseling System Helps Counteract University 5 Size . (Continued from Page 1) All three of the University's en's residence halls-West Quad, ast Quad and South Quad are perated under this plan. Fletcher :all, a smaller dorm, is also un- er the plan. THE WOMEN'S residences hare similar system of counseling, onsisting of graduate counselors ssigned to specific dormi...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 22

…* TWO 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 , The Past . . (Continued from Page 1) ed Oosterbaan's team fight be in the process of duplicating its rags-to-riches march of the pre- vious season.. The optimistic feeling height- ened on Homecoming weekend. Perry played his best game of the season, scoring three times on two long pass plays and 75 yard punt return, to spark a 54-27 triumph over Minnesota. But the visions of grand...…

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… WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT C I 4r 5k igau Ar :43 a t I# WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 Women's League o Be Center of Coed Activity This Fall University ,Gives Organized Aid ToFreshmen Coeds a , * * , * * , Automatic Membership Allows Use Of Facilities, Activities Participation Judiciary It is the duty of the University Women's Judiciary Council to for- mulate and enforce rules govern- ing Mich...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 23

…AY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY E Hockey Team Is National Champ _ -Y \ \ \ ' ?;t ;::;;.irk;;:ji;.,,;.;,5> ':?1Sq:i:±x%\ ti }f2 to?::;;;'s>i: i[$i:':'r;iit;:.:{ ; :: . s: sr :: \ \ ;'' Wm Average Last 5 Years 4;' Betters .800 By PAUL GREENBERG The Michigan hockey team, long the class of American collegiate ranks, added a couple of fresh lines to its niche in the record book last season. The Wolverines swept to their second succes...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 _ ,s- ;ampus Stays Lively with Dances; homecoming, J-Hop Top Calendar From the first moment that stu- ents begin arriving on campus in he fall, the whirl of social events s something that most of them ok forward to and never forget. Regular Saturday night Union ances with "real live" bands are ;asual affairs that heighten the nticipation and party spirit for ne of the first big dances of th...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 24

…rOUR THE MICHIGAN D ILY VVFDN°E DAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1952 POUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 olverines won Crowns in Two Spring Sports 6 REGULARS RETURN: Tennis Squad Loses Three Lettermen Golfers Earned Big Ten Honors for Twelfth Time . # # Michigan, Illinois Share 1952 Baseball Laurels : C>-'--- By NEIL BERNSTEIN The Michigan tennis squad has very good prospects for an out- standing season next spring, with ...…

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… Y, SEPTEMBER17,1952. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ! 4 ... Aiss Mac,' Busy League Social Director cts as Man Friday for Coed Activities "Ask Miss Mac-she knows." This familiar phrase will echo about the League as the year's activities are planned and pre- sented by the coeds who partici- pate in League activities. MISS ETHEL A. McCormick, "Miss Mac" as she is affection- ately called, is the person who co- ordinates all the various League acti...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 25

…AT, SEPTEMBER Y7, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I'INT Outotandig EVENTS OF 1952 at Alh boi'&-an4 qyour FIRST LESSON qf the fle& £en aed tei'' SEPT.: MICH.-M.S.C. GAME OCT.: DREW PEARSON LECTURE NOV. : DRAMA QUARTETTE DEC.: XMAS VACATION JANUARY: J-HOP AND - We can't give you this fresh, new bathing beauty FOR, AnnArr'NEES Ann Arbor's SMARTEST but we THE FALL CAN Ann Arbor's MOST Complete The CAMPUS give you A . iAd...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 17,195t Freshmen Are Eligible for Women's Athletic Association A activities * * * * * * . *s Variety of Sports Clubs Offered Coeds Badminton, Tennis, Golf, Field Hockey Will Open in Fall fA Student WAA Board Has Complete Recreational Plan 1. "set," and "match" will again be heard on the women's tennis' courts as members of the tennis' club meet to improve their tennis game. Jane McCarthy, club m...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 26

…PAGE SIX THEjj MICHIGAN DAILY WE1)NLDAi, Si 'Iin'.1'iiw1. i;. %A _____ _ .. SPORTS SLANTS . . By Ed Whipple 1 '52 Grid Schedule Holds Some Rugged Opponents for Michigan MEN OF MICHIGAN! Sam's Store welcomes you to Ann Arbor WHY PAY MORE? kK * * * I'M WRITING my first column as Daily Sports Editor, just as you are probably perusing your first issue of The Daily. This must indicate a parallel, even if it's only you don't know what ...…

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… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Lantern Night Annual Event Houses Compete in Sing; Cup Is Given One of the many traditional events for women on the Univer- sity campus is the annual Lantern Night program. Sponsored by the executive board of the Women's Athletic As- sociation, the festivities each year honor graduating senior women. LANTERN NIGHT is an out- growth of a program which origi- nated in 1913. Then al...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 27

… SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A PAGE SEVF VO' _. - won" y wimmers Always Rank Among Best * * * * * * 71 * # 1952 Team Placed Third In League, NCAA Meets LA BOOKS PRODUCER OF CHAMPIONS-Matt Mann, veteran Michigan swimming mentor and coach of the United States Olympic team, is flanked by two of his recent proteges. John Davies (left) set world breast stroke records in the Olympics and as a Michigan senior last winter. ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 Housing (Continued from Page 3) If a girl would rather live in a more homelike atmosphere, a league house would probably be advisable. These houses are su- pervised residences, varying in size from ten to 25 women. Some of them do not serve meals, while others provide one or two a day. There are about 20 of these league houses on campus. Some women may find it ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 28

…iAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT XBER 17,1952 Track Squads '4 '~1 Thinclads Almost Captured Outdoor Title By ED SMITH An unusually strong team in an unusually strong conference that's. how the 1952 edition of the Michigan track team was rated. This year's thinclad squad was perhaps the strongest in Michi- gan history; yet it was unable to take the Western. Conference crown, something that twenty pre- vious Wolverine contingents had done. IN BOTH the...…

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…-v SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN IAILY WAGE SEVEN ___ urn *udents Aid i Counseling t Dorms Advising,, Listening Experts Available Throughout Year When each freshman first comes mnto her dormitory she will meet a graduate student whose particu- lar interest is in helping her to adjust to the many aspects of col- lege life which are new to her. * * * THIS STUDENT is a resident counselor, and she will be avail- able throughout the year ...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 29

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAir.W. VIVW ~I'HE MICHIGAN DAILY 'DL IUZ NI.Nby Young Squad Give Hope mi I wil all PON 11 Wolverine Cage Fortunes 9 WILLIAM PERIGO . .. new head cage coach I * * * Pergo'S Background Shows .16 Years of Coaching Success 4' E uC8 By DICK LEWIS Youth, spirit and a climb out of the dephts of the Western Con- ference second division should be the keynote of Michigan basket- ball in 1952-53. And the irst step toward a b...…

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…I I 4 4GiC EIGHT TT IVCH IAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 r 11 ELCOI E TO THE' STUDE TS! Our Shelves are S tocked with USED for Every Course in Every Department 4. r . '. ,, ' 1r iY !, ENGINEERS - MEDICS -LAWYERS *1 Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requirements. I Make, use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy, i n Town. I TO THE'F...…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 30

…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1952, TTTE MICHIGTAN DlAILY TEN ____________ U I I I. - .. .. - .1 I.... .... aY..- .. ..a 1.. D~al... n 1 rI e.2 ..4 .th E of the Maize olf .. (Continued from Page 4) slapped out a sub-par 71 in a. practice round but this proved no good omen. BOTH PURDUE and Ohio State, with revenge in their hearts, downed the "M" squad. Purdue drew a sweet 25-11 tri- umph while OSU had to fight to edge the Wolverines, 19%-16%/....…

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