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January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…'MIICHIGAN FOLLIES' See rage 4 Y Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom Daitli V SNOW, COLDER XIX. No. 88 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 FIVE CENTS EIGHT PAGES (ayne's Faculty Responding to Appeals, Regents 3rakes Merger Request Study of Hilberry Proposal For Control of WSU by Regents By THOMAS HAYDEN Wayne State University's faculty council movedyesterday to .ke its president's plan to place the school under t...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IANDLEIR, HALL: Regents Appoint Two Acting Chairmen A Peach of a Taste Appointments to provide re- placements for two heads of lit-l erature school units was approved by the Regents yesterday. Prof. David C. Chandler of the; zoology department will serve as acting chairman of the depart- ment for the next semester, dur- ing the absence of the chairman, Prof. Dugald E. S. Brown. Prof. John W. Hall, of the his- tory depart...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 2

…Robert Magidoff: Correspondent, 'Spy,' Author and Educator By THOMAS KABAKER ROBERT MAGIDOFF, now a I learned that my secretary had teaching fellow in the Slavic accused me of spying for the languages department, once shot United States Defense Depart- to international prominence by ment. The news actually came as being the first man to be thrown a relief after a week of suspense. out of Russia on the grounds that My wife and I had been follo...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

…TMTV"' WTrWJA I ATLT.V' 4 a 1 1P1- - ~ - ~- ~ . I G&S Society Announces New horus. The Gilbert and Sullivan So- clety has announced the members ofcth chorus for its spring pro- The sopranos of the female chorus include Sally Stockwell, *59Ed Virginia Hill, '62SM, Alice caf ide, '59SM, Patricia Joseph- oin, '62, Cynthia Conway, '59SM,, Jan Barr, '60SM, Janet Wilkin- son, '62SM, Joan Lukas, '60A&D, Marsha Mllanowski, '59, and Alice tmemoto, ...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 3

… Michigan's Search for More Doctors There Is a National Shortage, but the Problem Is 'Acute' in This State Bly LANE VANDERSLICE T7HROUGHOUT the Unted"come by adding to state medical State today, there is a 5 . p pp tfOailitie authorities agree. in, concern over a riing need forsrTooo problems mot be con- physicians. President Dwig~ht D sdered in this area. Medical Esenhowset, and the nation'a medi- School fa cilities are not cheap to ral leade...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 4

…"Anything Special You Were Looking For?" 4r qtr l an Ball Sixty-Ninth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNBVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "When Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth m IPreval" STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG.e ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. ATUR...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 4

…to neurological science psychiatry and industrial medicine, oppor- tunities which are not so extensive in Ann Arbor. (Cni eediiageEven if the merger talks never The University is requesting get past the talking stage there planning funds for the building will still be cooperation between this year. The building will make . the two schools in the interests of it possible for all medical school balanced statewide development, departments to move...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U'Regents Accept Gifts, Fellowships Four offers were accepted by the Regents of the University yes- terday-. From Mrs. Chase S. Osborn the Regents accepted a proposal to establish a centennial memorialt fund to mark the 100th anniver- sary of the birth of Governor Os- born, governor of Michigan in 1911' and 1912, which occurs on Jan.- 22, 1960. She will transfer to the University her equity in an insur-; ance policy which ...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 5

…Dilemma of College Athletics ATHLETICS are a part of the American way of life. And supposedly this explains why, at all levels of American edu- cation, there are full-scale athletic programs working at a fever pitch to turn out winning teams. * But this certainly cannot ex- plain, or at least explain rationally- why the colleges and universities of the United States are mixed up in the midst of a topsy - turvy a athletic scheme that defies any...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATi t A oint Fonde As Quits Ann Arbor High School Post; Assumes Michigan Backfield Duties sistant Grid Coach PERIGO WAITS: Jordan Seeks Grades, M' Basketball Pivot I (Continued from Page 1) "In fact," said Elliott, "Hank didn't apply for the position; I offered it to him." Both Elliott and Oosterbaan were immensely pleased with Fonde's acceptance and the Re- gent's approval. Said Elliott, "We're overjoyed by his ...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 6

…Your Discontinued Textbooks are worth real money! if sold to ULRICH'S with your currently good ones. YOUR BEST DEAL-FIGURE IT OUT ULRICH'S sell your discontinued books to over 600 college bookstores. This way we get the highest possible prices for you. At least 25% of the books used this semester are now obso- lete or discontinued. another ULRICH service - CL OTHING SALE ENTIRE STOCK of NEW FALL CLOTHING SUITS. . ..... formerly $49.50 to $65 S...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I. IN ACTION DA CLASSIF- A ] S i; The Michigan track squad will; get little rest between semesters as some of the team will partici- pate in as many as three meets. The between semester competi- tion will be held in Chicago, Bos- ton, Ann Arbor and East Lansing. Today, Coach Don Canham takes a group of sophomores and two seniors to the Chicago-land Open; the Chicago Track Club sponsors the Relays, which will be run a...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 7

…To End the Athletic Circus (Continued from Preceding Page) not tell now, but it certainly would be made any more equal would be NCAA, and would not be able to come cloaer than the present to make the entrance require- schedule others that are in the system. ments, and the resultant academic group. In equalizing all of the recruit- level of difficulty the same. And The secret, of course, would be ing, scholarship and alumni diffi- this- is obvi...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

…THE MICH~IGAN iDAILY ists Fly as North Dakota Trounces M' leers, Fans Join Fray as Contest Is Halted; Hayton, Nodak. Manager Battle On Michigan Swim Tean Submerges IAC, 60-4 (Continued from Page 1) which he stopped. The tired Wol- verines had been slowing down through the entire game, and by the last few minutes, any offensive thrusts on their part were of a! half-hearted nature. Fortunate Game Was Called Hard hit by injuries all se...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 8

…Tunisia Today This New African State Is Working To Gain Stability in an Area of the World Plagued by Many Problems By AHMED BELKHODJA Fate gave Tunisia a privi- into the official fold, pledged to leged position, in the center of support the government. the sea which has nurtured The more serious attack on the civilization. From the balcony regime was attempted by the ex- of the Maghreb, Tunisia looks treme nationalists, led by the ex- both to...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…ZtiI P Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: ONE IN A SERIES I MAGAZINE Saturday, January 17, 1959 I Vol. V, No. 4 Saturday, January 17, 1959 GRAND PRIX de HONEUR (DRYCLEANING DIVISION) #1 10 , b. ' . -- r. " , /tom r 4 * V " } " _ i {7 " " f3 j -('p JJJ (1, u 2 . - - tl. f r1 r ) V' t J Q " qq 7 1 } i " . , , .... , k # # M e " fi f i * . " f " i R 7 it How do you win top honors in the international drycleaning field? Well, if...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 9

…IN A TIME OF DISINTERESTED AND 'UNILLUSIONED' STUDENTS A NOTED EDUCATOR RE-EXAMINES THE VALUE AND MEANING OF A Liberal Education By hAROLD TAYLOR THERE ARE MANY ways of thinking and talking about the present generation, and I think there are more people talking about them than there are mem- bers of the younger generation. This is all to the good, provided the talk is based on understanding and direct acquaintance with the young people being ...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…0 ncient, , I were ord within two s S." CUT OUT AND SAVE MOVIl I 'Spy Author and Educator By THOMAS KABAKER ROBERT MAGIDOFF, now a teaching fellow in the Slavic languages department, once shot to international prominence by being the first man to be thrown out of Russiaton thetgrounds that he was a spy. "I was awakened quite early In the morning by the head of the Moscow Bureau of the Associated Press - my old boss before I went to...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 10

…Slater's Pay What Is the Future o the (Continued from Preceding Page) him in more and more commit- How can the flexibility and the the community leaders, the presenft ment to tasks and duties which tolerance, the humanity, of the teachers have a role to play-they sities and a large segment of the are not central to the concern with liberal philosophy be sustained by are the ones whose encouragement watching public act as if he were. truth and...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…- --,Emr- .-- qmp- - - , -00"qr"r- W-P.- WOMP - S St. IVerb Gardner: A Failure To Write Creatively Sam's Store Brings you WINTER BARGAINS for "Cold-Cash" Men's Wear All wool, gabardine and flannel pants 8 9 Asst'd Colors, Free Cuff Alterations Michigan's Search for More D There Is a National Shortage, but "the Problem Is 'Acute' in Thi A PIECE OF THE ACTION. ByI Herb Gardner. Simon and, Schuster. New York. 313 pages. i1 $3.95. fA PIEC...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 11

…Liberal Arts? (Continued from Preceding Page) 'WTHERE ARE WE then in the coveries except by individual ef- YY Ysearch for achieving liberal- ism? What is the future of liberal- fort, and life in the college of ism and the liberal ar liberal arts must be organized in If what has- been said about ... such a way that the student is liberalism has any truth in it, one continually thrust into situations answer is clear. The essence of the 9 from w...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…nc LI (Continued froin Preceding Page) The University is requesting planning funds for the building this year. The building will make it possible for all medical school departments to move into the medical center area and obtain adequate facilities. At present, the departments are in the East Medi- cal building, which the medical school has called -"inadequate and obsolete" for medical school needs. ALSO PLANNED is a children's hospital, a c...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 12

…Ne fr'm RECORDED LIVE... from the "Hungry i" in San Francisco THE KINGSTON TRIO k~ , "' r "5. of Wisconsin. But I never did get berf to do much writing - at least the kind I was planning on. "My first job was with a Brit- (Continued from Page 2) ish group, but soon I went with Associated Press. Since I came ng, more haphzrd graves du from Russia- I told you I was ng the battle and mass graves born in Kiev, didn't I - it was while the Germans...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 13

…e f OEm a Ito'! (Continued from Page 2) ing, more haphazard graves dur- ing the battle and mass graves while the Germans were in flight. Sometimes the Russian soldiers had to finish burying their dead." Magidoff made 14 trips to the front - the only correspondent to cover the entire war on the Russian front. THE TROUBLED face suddenly brightened. "Enough of this. I shall tell you how I met my wife. I was ice skat- ing in Russia in late 19...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 13

…to the material under discussion. Monday-Wednesday-Friday class- The-student is expected to do the room cycle is on the way out," said g reading on his own. It is assumed Sarah Gibson Blanding, president In iv idmo lle that he is taking the course be- of Vassar College. "Students don't cause he is interested in it and need to spend nearly as much time will work because he wants to in class as they do." learn.Th edctrfoeatas- FUB Prom otes Inde...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 14

… Equalization Plan: Li rll S P I ' Your Discontinued Textbooks worth real mone! if sold to ULRICH'S with your currently good ones. YOUR BEST DEAL-FIGURE IT OUT ULRICH'S sell your discontinued books to over 600 college bookstores. This way we get the highest possible prices for you. At least 25% of the books used this semester are now obso- lete or discontinued. 7 another ULRICH sere (Continued from Preceding Page) the only, extens...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 14

…122 E. Washington St. Herb Gardner: A Failure To Write Creatively i Sam's Store Brings you WINTER BARGAINS for "Cold-Cash" Men's Wear All wool, gabardine and flannel pants $895 Asst'd Colors, Free Cuff Alterations Flop Pocket, Wash & Wear Polished Cotton Pants $395 corduroy . . . $4.50 rayon and acetate ... $4.50 Year 'round wearability Assorted Colors SPORT SHIRTS long sleeves $199/ or 2 for $3.50 Broadcloth, worm cotton flannels Leather ...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

…F F'I F VS 4 'er's Pay $ $ (Continued from Preceding Page) sities and a large segment of the watching public act as if he were. He is not a young businessman, building a good record, getting what are called "contacts" starting his business career in his. sopho- more year. He is not a unit of man-, power, to be classified according to skills and talent, and put through "hard subjects" which will be useful for the country's military and ...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 15

… CUT OUT AND SAVE MOVIE CALENDAR DURING EXAMS CUT OUT AND SAVE NOW DIAL NO 8-6416 Ending Tonight "CITIZEN KANE" and "BICYCLE THIEF" ' Starting Sunday * "LOVERS OF PARIS" (Pot Bouillie) A Starting Wed., Jan. 21 'a' MICHAEL REDGRAVE in the British Murder Mystery "Time Without Pity" Starting Sun., Jan. 25 ' The One and Only FERNAN DEL in "Senethal The Magnificent" ro r ANTEMA E i I n ri ! 'la 2-2513 TON IGHT "A N I ME Starting Sunday JERRY ...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…w - -Mw ll I I N A IME O DISINT ) UNIL1 of- A NOTED EDUCATOR RE-EXAMINES THE VALUE AND 3 This New African State Is Working To Gain Stability in an Area of the World Plagued by Many Problems A Liberal Jiduca tio By HAROLD TAYLOR By AUMED BELKHODJA Fate gave Tunisia a privi. leged position, in the center of the sea which has nurtured civilization. From the balcony of the Maghreb, Tunisia looks both toward Europe and the East. The...…

January 17, 1959 • Page Image 16

… Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: ONE IN A SERIES (DRAYCLADNGXeINNEUR (DRYC LE ANING DIVISION) 4 , s ~ . C3 ' , '" * , V " ;.a s < V i t f i ". ,. , . , ci --' c o a O 3 O a V' r " " " " " '+ " i f _ # " " 8 r " y f " 4 } " " r " (J ., J r 7 1/1 ! 4 'Y 'jam ^' ,-° t s . i " " How do you win top honors in the international drycleaning field? Well, if they had such a compe- tition, Greene's could win it hands down on two dif- ferent ...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…STATE REPUBLICANS OFFER EMPTY WORDS See Page 4 Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom :4Iaii 49 MLD, CLOUDY XIX. No. 95 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1959 FIVE CENTS EIGHT P West Prompts Berlin Conclave U.S., France, Britain Tell Russia - Continuance of Crisis Means War WASHINGTON (P) - The Western Big Three called on Russia yesterday to join in a foreign ministers meeting, with East and West Germans attending, to set...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…THE IICHIGAN DAILY RAISE DEFENSE QUESTION: RE IN JOURNALISM Boulding, SlossonStruggle over Arms . Jr.________ PROF. PRESTON SLOSSON ... defends military defense PROF. KENNETH BOULDING ... speaks on peace today only as buffer states-only and Russia are not far enough because of the charity of their away to exist today under the neighbors, he maintained. He present system. added that even the United States Prof. Slosson began his rebuteal Sta...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…ART 17, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY iristians Termed Semites by Priest Book SelectingHugeTask at Library By PHILIP SHERMAN I SPIRITUAL SEMITES-All Christians are spiritually kin to the Semitic tradition, Rev. Fr. John M. Oesterreicher, who is the director of the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies at Seton Hall "Still, separated though we are, we are brothers, even though many obstacles block a full understand- ing," he said. As one of these...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…Sixty-Ninth Year EDITED AND .MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 yen Opinions Are Free 'rutb WtU FPrevaW'" titorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of -staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. 3DAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1959 NIGHT EDITOR: ROBERT JUNKER Rep...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

…i In sraaA--j a. , r wr rrinu r i r rr rrrrrnnr o +rrunrrrrnwr w r r ra (Continued from Page 4) an Humanist Association. He will Dn "Science and Human Values," Feb. 17, at Lane Hall, 8:00 p.m. nley Quartet: The first of two g concerts by the Stanley Quar- ill be presented in the Rackham re Hall on Tues., Feb. 17, at 8:30. Quartet, Gilbert Ross, violin, Gus- Rosseels, violin, Robert Courte, and Oliver Edel, cello, in addi- to compositions...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FE! Gymnasts Subdue ASU)quac Undefeated Wolverines Have Easy Time; Montpetit, Marion Share Scoring Honors By TOM WITECKI Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - Fine per- formances by Richard Montpetit and Nino Marion sparked Michi- gan's undefeated gymnastics team to a surprisingly easy 73Y2-38 2 win over Michigan State here last night. The outcome was never in doubt as the Wolverines scored six of seven firsts and o...…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY aney Creates Music, Composers CREATIVE WORK--Prof. Ross Lee Finney has as his job the creation of modern, serious music and, in addition, the training of young composers. He is presently working on "The First Sym- phony" but has written chamber music, "his greatest interest." It is very likely that the true artist is quite absent-minded or even emotionally disturbed, the composer said. But he added that "to confuse the tw...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…I WORLD FEDERATION REQUIRES PEACE See Page 4 ir rigaxt :43 1 r Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom M, CL( VOL LXIX, No. 119 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1959 FIVE CENTS Nineteen Seek Seven Seats as SGC Votingi !?ein * * * * * * * * * TWO OTHERS GET POSTS: Patterson Chosen New Union President By BRU4CE COLE "~" " At 9:30 p.m. last night, Thomas Patterson, '60, was chosen presi- ., dent of the Union. John Goo...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY TINE lWICIIIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, I Counseling Not Satisfactory, Office of Education Discovers' Assembly To Choose Own Head t (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a series that will explore the ex- tent and character of retention, transfer and withdrawal of students from coleges and universities. It is based on a report released by the Of- fice of Education of the United States Department of Health, Education and ...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY >essor Hopkins Comments on Art, DIFFERS FROM ENGLISH: 'French Deviation' Analyzed Here Find Seleucia . The group began digging there and discovered they were in Se- leucia. A German excavation, dig- ging across the river in Ctesiphon, he. explained, was trying to find Seleucia. cWhat had happened was that the river, in the great lapse of time, had changed its course and, now ran midway through Ctesi- phon, so the American...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…Sixty-Ninth Year - EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ni Opiniona Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS nth Will Preva]Il STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 "I ., torials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. AY, MARCH 17, 1959 NIGHT EDITOR: ROBERT JUNKER Peace...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN For Direct Classified Ad Service .Phone NO 2-4786 (Continued from Page 4) Anthro. "Cultural Anthropology Human Values." and Lectures English Journal Club: John Wain, British poet, novelist, and critic. "Un- derstanding One Art Through Anoth- er." Wed., March 18, 8:00 p.m. E. Conf. Rm., Rackham Bldg. May Festival Lecture Series. 7:00 P.M. Rm. 206 Burton Tower. This series of six lectures will ...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RAHSoQ to Utijon Board f Louisville Takes Upset Role in NCAA Tourney THE WORLD'S most successful DICTATOR Feared and hated by some, re- vered like a god by others, Presi- dent Trujillo of the Dominican Republic is a mystery figure. to most outsiders. Very few foreign- ers have ever' het him. In this week's Star Weekly, read the ex- cusive rsonal interview and learn what Trujillo the man is really like and how he keeps ...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 5PoRT-WHYS ...EbvyteicJohes Even Athletis :0 SPORT SHORTS: Canada Edges Russia In World Hockey Duel 's THERE SEEM TO BE money problems everywhere one looks at the University of Michigan. No department can afford anything new, and most of them now can't aford half of the older things. Things that have been taken for granted ,in the past are now on the cutting list. This has, often been a problem with the academic 'side ...…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY JECT PLANNER ANNOUNCES: Jational Arts Academy To Open at Interlochen Undergraduate Library Music Program Starts By NAN MARKEL 'he "next logical step" after music camp at Interlochen 1 be taken shortly. ' L National Arts Academy is set open on Interlochen's 700-acre thern- Michigan site in Sep- iber, 1960. It will "combine the' >ortunities of the camp and a h school," Joseph E. Maddy, np director and initiator of the ject,...…

April 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…"U' ENTRANCE COMPETITION GROWS See Page 4 5kF4h 471Ap i SHOWERS, COOLER Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXIX, No. 138 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1959 FIVE CENTS, EIGHT PAG House To Submit Income Tax Bill Bipartisan Sponsorship Increases Chances for Legislative Approval LANSING (A') -Introduction of the first income tax bill was assured today with bipartisan support. Rep. George W. Sallade (R-Ann Arbor) said...…

April 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 138) • Page Image 2

…AN A vv SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT STARTS TONIGHT TONIGHT TONI( AT 7:30 DIALNO 8 .AT 7 DIALNO -6416 ; U Standards of Admission Set No Sharp 'Cutting Edge' LEONARDO 'THE MODERN': Library Exhibits DaVinct Models By PHILIP SHERMAN s Leonardo DaVinci would be very much at home in the modern world. City Records First Fatalit W1 GHT :30 THE MOSTISIGNIFICANT HUMAN DRAMA EVER LIVED! Cecil B. DeMille has recorded, for allages, the dramatic.story of Mo...…

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