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November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…THIRD LABOR FEDERATION See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State Duia tilj ,_ 9 0 E CONTINUED COLD VOL. LX, No. 46 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Illegal Arrest Made, Coplon Defense Says Prosecution Calls Move Necessary NEW YORK-(IP)--Judith Cop- Ion's lawyer contended in hours of courtroom argument yesterday that the FBI arrested his petite brunette client as a spy suspect for no good reason. , But the Gov...…

November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…GE TWO TiE MICHIGAN DAILY TNrURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 TOPS IN CHOSEN FIELD: Prof. Boak Named Russel Lecturer Prof. Arthur E. Boak, Richard Hudson professor of ancient his- tory, was named the 25th Henry Russel Lecturer last night. The appointment was an- nounced at a meeting of the Re- search Club by Prof. Lee R. Dice, club president and director of the Laboratory of Vertebrate Biology. Prof. Boak will give the Lec- ture next spring, fo...…

November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -I U 'M', OSU in Big Ten Title Clash LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Oregon State Player Wins A P Grid Award Final Game Decides Closest Conference Race Since 1944 Michigan-Buck '39 Clash Memorable Grid Thriller It has been five years since the Western Conference has seen such a climactic football finish as is scheduled Saturday at Michigan stadium. Oddly enough it was these same Ohio State Buckeyes...…

November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 I I Third Labor Federation D RAMA SINCE THE eviction of the United Elec- tric Workers and the Farm Equipment Workers from the CIO, the members of these unions have been faced with the problem of whether to remain in the old or- ganizations or join the new ones set up by the CIO. The decision that the members make can seriously effect all organized labor. Problems of this type seldom w...…

November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 5

…A THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY AGE Fyi' -- Assembly, Panhel To Honor' SpeechDepartment at Tea Students and faculty of the speech department will be honor- ed from 4 to 5 p.m. today in the Grand Rapids Room of the League at the second Student-Faculty Hour of the semester. Panhel and Assembly, co-spon- sors of the get-togethers have ex- tended an invitation to all stu- dents taking speech courses who are interested in m...…

November 17, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 46) • Page Image 6

…'4 F: SIX T H E MiICHIGAN DAIILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1"7, 1949 Hiss Retrial Set To BeginToday (EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a background story of the Hiss perjury tra n Ne Ya1ork, which was covered this summer by Miss Lipsky for the By ROMA LIPSKY Retrial of the Alger Hiss perjury case-probably the most confus- ing and controversial trial of the century--begins today in New York's Skyscraper Federal Court Building. A six-week trial las...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

… FARM FACTS See Page 4 itsthn La test Deadline in the State DaliP e S r ate' - <.,y /i FAIRS AND WARMER I VOL. LIX, No. 20S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1949 PRICE FIVE CEM.' .1 a avaVa1 a av - V-- a" Off for Europe Daily Reporters Begin Summer Jaunt (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of articles on the National Student Association summer tour of Europe by Barnett and Dolores Lasche- ver, Daily staff members. M...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…TWO -IHEMTC:HTG2A N D A TT. .l.ii - A 11.i - AP LOOKS AHEAD: Government Spending Expected To Increase By The Associated Press WASHINGTON-The administration in January almost certainly will propose government spending next fiscal year on a scale still ,greater than this year's-itself a peacetime record. That was virtually clinched by President Truman's out-and-out declaration this week against budget cutting in the current 1950 fiscal year ...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

… aux THE MICHIGAN DAILY UnhySatLeersTOMORRO PAGE THREE TOMORROW! BYE, BYE BOWLS NC AA Seeks To .educe 'Wildcat' Bowl Contests CHICAGO-UP)-The NCAA yes- terday capped 2% years of spade- work aimed at stamping out what it terms wildcat, promotions of football Bowl games. The collegiate organization em- powered a nine-man committee to map a code of st.andards govern. ing post-season grid iron enter- prises. * *.* . .THE MOVE was to restrict to...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…F un THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1949 Farm Facts a I 'I "lax bc We Should 'Year Uniformis" A SURPRISE econ quiz on Friday gave me the impetus to delve into the myster- ies of farm legislation. Surprisingly enough, the stuff is not too bad after all, at least in its general form. I found the Aiken Agricultural Act of 1948 to be a comparatively flexible piece of legislation with a minimum in rigidity of Federal controls. In the A...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 5

… UNUAX, JU 7, TH MICIGAND ........... .THIE M9ICHIGAN DAILY ! ==WTW rAGE MAM'SELLE GUEST EDITOR: 'U' Coed Enjoys Big ..._._ Town Glamour KEY TO CHRISTIANITY: Pastor Emphasizes Study of History (EDITOR'S NOTE: Miss Feldman; a member of The Daily staff, is visit- ing New York City this month as a guest editor of Mademoiselle, na- tional women's magazine.) By PHOEBE FELDMAN (Special to The Daily) When the tall young English- man from "Time...…

July 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 6

…sI THE MICHIGAN DAILY 98 Students Get All 'A' Averages List Shows Top SpringScholars Ninety-eight students achieved the academic ultimate-an all "A" average for a full time program- during the spring semester. Each student carried at least 12 hours of work. The literary college, the largest unit on campus, led the field with 82 of its students making perfect records. Significantly or not, the engi- neering college had no all "A" students. A ...…

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...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

… SL AMENDMENT See Page 4 Y Swt... Latest Deadline in the State t Ily CLOUDY, WARMER VOL. LIX, No. 136 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS U.S. Action Easter Sunday Spirit Infects Campus Frees Vraz From Reds Tension Eased By Official Move PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia - (A') -In a move officially described as intended to better Czechoslovak- American relations, the Czecho- slovaks freed Vlasta Vraz yester- day. The Un...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 2

…THE M ICHICAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1949 Lockwood Thrives on Many Activities campus committees and boards, and to give opinions on contro- versial issues. His friends state that he can "talk people into doing anything in the world." He is credited with the amazing ability of being able to talk to two people with completely opposing views at the same time without antagonizing either of them. * * * AT THE THETA XI house, where Bruce was...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 3

…tTN AY, APRIL 17, 1949 CHE MICITTVIAN "GAMY LTW MTT1T- ...'.:T NVEGRO MUSIC HIS HOBBY: Rev. Kenna Started Career on Bicycle * * * * By JANET WATTS T. About 20 years ago an 18-year- old youth began his ministerial ca- reer on a Sears and Roebuck bicy- cle to "ride the circuit" in Texas. That man was the Rev. James Brett Kenna who has been direc- tor of the student guild and pastor at the First Methodist Church for the past five years. Hi...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 4

…r________ tAli. RIGHT: Farm Plan By SAMUEL GRAFTON MOST OF THE ARGUMENT against the Administration's new farm price sup- port plan is argument in a vacuum. It is being said that the plan will cost a great Jeal of money. So it will. But so will any price support plan, and our choice is not between a plan and no plan. So our choice is between plans. Under the present set-up the government supports the prices of certain commodities simply by ...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 5

…flnnuaIFC Bail To Be Presented May 6 in IM Building Music Blue Barron Way' Will Reign 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. IFC will "cover the waterfront" at their 18th annual IFC Ball to be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. F1riday, May 6, at the Intramural Building. Blue Barron and his orchestra gill provide danceable music for the affair. His "Music of Yester- day and Today" combines swing with sweetness, smoothness and showmanship. Barron, a graduate of Ohio...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. Wolverines Drop ou leheader to Purdue, 5-1, 2- 'T Weather, Boilermakers Prove Too Much for 'M' EVERYTHING BROKEN! Eleven Recrds Fall in River Rouge Meet (Special to The Daily) LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Muddy grounds, weather better suited for football, and the Purdue baseball team were too much for the Mich- igan Wolverines yesterday as they dropped both ends of a double- header to the Boilermakers, 5-1 and 2-1. The doubl...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 7

…LY, APRIL 17, 1949 THE WCHWAN I A.I Y 1"Ane I R T~l MTTITAN a uT 11MOr VVA F ayne Next Foe for / 1W1 Nine P--IC 'U I IES - :> TALKING SHOP with Bud Weidenthal associate sports editor Tartars Bring Veteran Squad Mere T omorrow Well, we've done it again and we're glad. With a few misgivings and a trace of hesitation we once again crawl out on that precarious limb and return nervously with a selection of the American League pen...…

April 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 136) • Page Image 8

…TIIE NICIIITAN IILY PINK ONES, YALLER ONES: Poster Propaganda Floods Campus By JOHN DAVIES Campaign posters are spattering the campus community in accel- erating proportions as next week's student government elections draw near. They are battling each other for space on dorm and fraternity bul- letin boards, in store windows, in classroom buildings and until re- cently prohibited, on trees and tel- ephone poles. Every color that ever graced...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

…REPAIRS AND RENT CONTROL See Page 4 Y 4 bp*6 t t]u 4 1 ; r i .. _ 7 J Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 117 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1949 CLOUDY WITH SNOW PRICE FIVE CENTS See End To WISE BALLOTING SOUGHT: g Pucksters Head for Colorado PlayoffI Filibuster in Vote Today Subcommittee Votes For Rent Control Bill By The Associated Press WASHINGTON - The Senate held a stormy session last night as a prelude to th...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 2

…6 TW 0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARC 17, 1949 ' HAVEN NOT A DOG POUND: Humane Society Caire2 for LostPes DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN By FD STLBERFARB The Humane Societ y, located on Barbour Road, is fast becoming known throughout th- Washtenaw animal community as a haven for fauna.. Although the Society in the past has accepted pigeons, squirrels, and sheep, its main function is the care of dogs and cats. TuE DESCRIPTION of a, log turned...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

…__________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY Former Olivet Coeds Tell of Strife's Effect on Students GOVERNOR'S WIFE HERE: Recalls First Meeting with 'Soapy' *.? * By JIM BROWN All was not peace and quiet for students at strife-ridden little Olivet College last semester. Terming the school "one huge political camp" Bobbie Setlow, '50, and Polly Kay, '51, both say they are glad that they transferred to the University this semester. Both added, h...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1949 ...:.. Repairs and1 F THE HOUSE'S rent control bill allow- ing individual localities to lift the con- trols as they see fit is passed by the Senate it is . conceivable that rents will skyrocket upward in urban communities all over the nation. The logic employed by advocates of the lifting of controls seems grossly distorted. It appears obvious that with acute housing shortages in the nation's ur...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY :,.. Q 'Fate of Union' 0 Open Tonight JGP Promises Glimpses Into Future; Senior Women To Preview Production Senior women will catch a few glimpses of the -year 2000 A.D. When the curtain goes up at 8 p.m. today on the first performance of the forty-fifth annual Junior Girls' Play, "Fate of the Union." Tonight's production will join a colorful parade of gay m'usical comedies which began here i...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

…"THE 1MICH IAN DAILY THUR~SDAY, MAUCIU 17, IM4 _________________________________ aO * TALK(ING SnorP assoate sports editor WR ILE SNOW IS still falling in southeastern Michigan, below the Mason-Dixon where the grapefruits grow the annual baseball pil- grimage and spring practice sessions are well under way . . and the inevitable sore arms and legs that go with getting back in shape after "the soft winter has cast its plague across the train...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVN .. . . . .......... "STUDENTS REPORT: Gernian Youths Found Open Ijie i By LILLIAS WAGNER Post-war German youth at the University of Munich is both open- ,mindled and interested, or so two University students, Bill Sininigea, '49, and Jerry Wensinger, Grad., found during their stay there. The two left this country on a group experiment in international living last June, originally to help re-build a dormitory...…

March 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 19 PROF. DICKINSON: Stresses Non-Economic Aspects of Socialism The economic aspect is not the most important aspect of social-. ism, in the opinion of Prof. Clark Z. Dickinson, of the economics department. Ps ych Majors CrowdField Entry to Grad School Doubtful,_Says Club Members of the Undergraduate Psychology Society report that prospective graduate students in psychology may be unable to...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

… YOUR TURN TO GIVE See Page 4 Ci C Latest Deadline in the Stie 74Ia ii4 FAIR FOR FEBRUARY VOL. LIX, No, 93 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS No Change Seen In Atlantic Policy Acheson Denies U.S. Backing Down On West European Defense Alliance WASHINGTON - P) - Secretary of State Acheson declared emphatically yesterday that American policy toward the proposed North Atlantic Security Treaty has not changed. He ...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 2

…TWO0 ol THE MWU~lICAN DILY . . . ... . ................. .... . .............. ... . .. EMOTIONAL MAT URIT'Y: Ball Lists Factors, in Child Adoption By ED 'SII1B RFARIl, "One of the wost important factors involved in a family's adopting a child is emnotionial ma- turity of the prosp ctlive par11entls,", according to Albjert V_. Ball, ii- pervisor of 1intakeĀ° and inlaidt de-I partment of tHe Michigan Chli- dren's ID:titute, It is not neces...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 3

…____________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY COCK YOUR EYE AND LEF 'ERS FLY: Boyd MeCaslin Plays Hard. and It Pays Off Bly PRES 'HOLMES j loyd1 had come to play here "A bucket of blood and a gallon Iwhen Ozzie Cowles first took of guts,", was the phrase used by, v over the reins of the Wolverine assistant cage coach Bill Orwig cage squad in the fall of 194:6. to describe Boyd McCaslin last He had played under Cowles at January, when the stocky cage...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 4

…RAGE FOUR i'iHE MICHIGAN DAILY ___ You r Turn To Give LT HUGHAMERCANuniversities are ma;.ny Euiropeain tudents are still waiting for thw chance to :.o back to school. Years of active work in underground mov0cemeetsjItlis scarcities of food and mrecies have btr roken the health of many of these students. The World Student 1service Fond has taken the lead in re- butiling the physical stamnina of these EFu- rolean ,tudents. An International stu...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 5

… 'TIIlUtSI)Ai, FEBRUARY i7d, i94k __ aa.s r Y is ... 1111 t ll.l l 'Sli1 Lt11Ll 1 t" t r: r rr r; Concentrated Rush Parties Cause Standstill in Activities, By MOLLY O'BRIEN Women's activities on campus have come to a virtual standstill during the past ten days. Authorities attribute the slow- down to the new system of con- centrated rushing which is being1 tried out for the first time in his- tory at the University. UNDER THE experime...…

February 17, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 93) • Page Image 6

…StK THE-- MTCTTTTAN 6DUTY TnTTt Sb AT, T'FT3Ttr,,kTtT 17, m oo si ~~A-FERT-iT17 14 WIDE AW AKE CLASS: Foundrymen in Pontiac End 16 Week Program I SPIRE TUAL EMPHASIS: Form Plans for Religion in Life Week Ry PETER NOTTON Students who think that their worries about studying are over when they leave college are in for a. big letdown. Worries weren't over for the 33 members of a Pontiac Foundry who took a coure in engineering, control la...…

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