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November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 4

…"They Keep Disintegrating" Sixty-Eighth Year . I- EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OMICHIGAN Ven Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth Will Prevail" STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * 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. DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1957 NIGHT ...…

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…r49 fir THE MICIGliAN rsAII v kAAr-A7ikir: r i c , " , *,"" ., a -.",' ,r ,5,,5nLiv4Sunday, November 1 7, 1957 POLISH STUDENTS: t t 41 3 Part of the old wall encircling the old town of Warsaw. By ROSE PERLBERG Daily Activities Edits, J R most Americans the years of childhood and adolescence are carefree; we remember parties and pranks, the everyday traumas of growing up that we laugh at in retrospect. But on the whole, we can probab...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dorm Rooms Need Decor. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISI For Gaiety )NER-The first student from Iceland to study at , Hannes B. Kristinsson, finds work easier here than ity of Iceland. Iceland Student, 's Frequent Exams DER ferring from high school to the - university. "It seems somewhat o ridiculous to me," he remarks, "as s it may mean freedom to do noth- o ing." nDin to know4 to know ne saia.I fbers First Days 1 ie now ha...…

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…Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Page Five Sud" oeme-7a97'H IHGN AL AAIN oeFv 1v I They were too busy rebuilding to have time for childhood MARIA ZAGORSKA (Continued from Page 4) and wastelands came another name on the map. Alex and Maria are proud of } the new face they helped to put on their country. They report that even today large-scale building is in progress. From all outward ap- pearances, battle-scarred Pol...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

…A A 'U' To Give TV Shows University television will fea- ture geologists and a folk singer in two programs to be telecast on WXYZ-TV this morning. Prof. James T. Wilson and Prof. James H. Zumberge of the geology department will appear in a pro- gram entitled "32 Degrees Fahren- heit" on the. "Understanding Our World" show at 9:15 a.m. The unique features of the five string banjo and the peculiar "southern" style of playing it will be sexpla...…

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…Poge Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE ' , d11't~ knaA" b T 10< . Sx THE MunIay,CHGAovem erAILY97I F From the University Press CATULLUS-THE COMPLETE POETRY. Translated by Frank O. Copley. Ann Arbor, 1957: University of Michi- gan Press, 141 pp. $3.75 By RICHARD E. BRAUN MOST HONEST translators of classical poets are accustomed to preface their work with some simile that defines and deprecates "translation." Dsyden's dedication to his Aenei...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHiG ,N DAILY MAGAZINE Lo THE MICHIC N DAILY MAGAZiNE JI .. a u E Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: NUMBER FOUR IN ASERES ._ 0w 4-b:. ,. -: ' . wr ww+ t- ;.x _ ' _ _ A L i . e j t 1 Y :'p r' . ~ " r N h " + .,.. a 'r: fir, k f Yp BEN A ( 4 B iitgDn ttti MAGAZI1N E Sunday, November 17, 1957 VOL. IV, No. 3 NAVAJO KNEW-" do you? I I >h Years ago, when Chief Sitting-on-Hands saw the leaves turn brown, he Inew wi...…

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…t C....7, rK 1eoe '! 1 C w.21 .,.,....,,. i'. A ~ fA~~l Sunday, November 17, 1957 TH IHIGAN DAILY MAGAZIE pnn Caa THIS WAS A POET: EMILY DICKINSON. By George F. Whicher. Ann Arbor, 1957: Ann Arbor Paperbacks. 348 pp. $1.75. By JEAN WILLOUGHBY IN THE PAST fifty years, the works of Emily Dickinson have quietly achieved a position in the ranks of nineteenth century Amer- ican literature equal to, if not higher than those of her more famous ...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 8

… BLAKE'S LETTERS An Edition in Honqr of His Centennial POLISH STUDENTS: They Rebuilt The finest pieces of sterling and crafted jewelry are available. Select yours now, - for the favorites on your Christma list JOHN LEIDY Phone NO 8-6779 " 601 East Liberty Read Daily Classifieds THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM BLAKE. -Edited by Geoffrey Keynes. New York, 1957: The Macmian Company. 261 pp. 13 plates. $10. By VERNON NAHRGANG Daily City Editor A V...…

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…The Geophysical Year A REPORT ON ACTIVITY AT THE McMATH-HULBERT OBSERVATORY By DAVID TARR Daily Staff Writer ONE CLEAR, warm night last July people across the country turned their eyes into the northern heavens and were witness to one of the best displays of northern lights in years. Most of the observ- ers were awed and surprised, but just a generous hour's drive from here a small group of scientists knew the display was coming and knew it h...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 9

…TI ILY MAGAZINU Sunday, November 17, 1957 ). y _. .I 1, . - l _.:_ r.. .. _ . . CPR: Help for Youth (Continued from Page 10) extent their disorder interferes with the learning process. In some cases, a psychological disorder has no effect on the child's ability to learn, in other cases the reverse may be true. "How else can you explain it when a kid wilth an IQ of 120 isn't able to read?" says the school's principal, Nick Long. ACCORDING...…

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…Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Pnn iN rage Nine SURPRISE!-J. Fred Lawton looks pleasantly surprised after being shown a display contajning the first copy of "Varsity," written by Lawton and Dean Earl V. Moore of the music school. The display is in a local restaurant. For His Christmas Gift- Visit Our Store Full of Fine Quality Men's Wear Gifts from Nationally Advertised Lines Beau Brummell Ties Field & Stream Jacket...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 10

…N.: POLISH L. LUCAS STUDENTS: Literature & Psychoic (Continued from Page 7) discusses poetic -justice, popular legends and romance. We often think of poetic justiceras mani- festing itself only in tragedy, yet an Indian doctor who threw over his former standards when coiing to Vienna developed a skin rash as self punishment. Conscience, evidently, comes upon us unknown, and certainly when we least ex- pect it. IN THE AREA of legend and my...…

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…oge~ee THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday, November 17, 1957 Y w Children's Psychiatric Hospital It Treats the Disturbed, Helps Them Adjust to a Normal Society By GERALD LUNDY THE EMOTIONALLY disturbed ture of the child's illness. Data Is W HAT HAS our society done - child, due to various environ- collected from those people who indeed, what is society doing mental factors, is an individual are in closest contact with the -- to adjust the ...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 11

…L f T " w -- Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday, November 17, 1957 Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Emily Dickinson JOHN AUBREY: The Determined Gossip (Continued from Page 1) sors, of the sovereign self-suf- ficiency of the individual soul. Testing the validity of self-reli- ance by its application to the inner, rather than the social life, she became convinced of the transcendental power and beau...…

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…Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MACA7INF _. i Page Eeve _Ben Shu111Chn1 A Look at the Works and Writings of America's Foremost Contemporary Graphic Artist By R. C. GREGORY He has been commissioned by a broaden him as an individual; wide assortment of groups and it can conceivably provide new HE SHAPE OF CONTENT , by organizations: By the U. S. Of- directions for art. All this, if Ben Shahn. Cambridge, Har- fice of War Informati...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 12

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE I -(I - -i - Page Six Sunday,'November 17, 1957 Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE From the University Press value .. .until they are symboliz CATULLUS-THE COMPLETE POETRY. Translated by Frank 0. Copley. Ann Arbor, 1957: University of Michi- gan Press. 141 pp. $3.75 By RICHARD E. BRAUN MOST HONEST translators of classical poets are accustomed to preface their work with some simile that...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday, November 17, 1957 PageTweve HE MCHIAN AILYMAGZIN SunayNovmber17,195 w T. S. ELIOT 'On Poetry and Poets' Sums Up a Life of T renchant Criticism ON POETRY AND POETS. By'by wide reading and a seductive and pass by. But it is worth while the worse, upon any poet T. S. Eliot. New York 1957: prose style. Re-reading an Eliot to know of his existence, in case whatever. essay with which one disagree...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 13

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…The St. Lawrence Seaway & Its Problems By JAMES BOW Daily Staff Writer SOMETIME in 1959 the St. Law- rence Seaway will open the Great Lakes to foreign trade and cultures which will reach the heart of the United States. In one sense this is the North- west Passage, leading to wealth greater than the spices and silks which explorers sought in the Ori- ent. Wheat from Kansas, Nebraska and the Dakotas, iron ore from Minnesota, Michigan and Wiscon...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 14

… The Geophysical Year The St. Lawrence Seaway & Its Pi A REPORT ON ACTIVITY AT THE McMATH-HULBERT OBSERVATORY By DAVID TARR Daily Staff Writer f 1NE CLEAR, warm night last July people across the country turned their eyes into the northern heavens and were witness to one of the best displays of northern lights in years. Most of the observ- ers were awed and surprised, but Just a generous hour's drive from here a small group of scientists kne...…

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…- " , . .. ,Jurluuy, aovemoer I I, ";:) ... items of reality remain without (Continued from Page 11) months-a huge Chimera-like beast, its head wreathed in flames, its body arched across the figures of four recumbent children. These latter were dressed in very commonplace clothes, perhaps not entirely contemporary, but rather as I could draw them from my own memory." A NEW YORK rewspaper critic, Henry McBride, Shahn says, "launched into a str...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 15

… / TI S. ELIOT 'On Poetry and Poets' Sums Up a Life of Trenchant Criticism ON POETRY AND POETS. By T. S. Eliot. New York, 1957: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. 308 pp. $4.50. 'by wide reading and a seductive ,] . By R. C. GREGORY T S. ELIOT is a good minor poet and a generally good, usually interesting, frequently infuriating, critic. As a man-of-letters Eliot is great. Allowing an Eliot manner of approach to an essay on the man, a quotatio...…

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…Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE PnA Fiftia value.. .until they are symbolized ...' I (Continued from Page 14) ried to his work for mass media white drawings of architectual fa- the same exacting standards found cades with a strange eloquence, fine artist can match the articul- in his museum work. Foliowing perhaps because they are so clearly lation of his brushes in writing but Shahn's example has become an facades; ...…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 16

… Ben hahn -/ A Look at the Works and Writings of America's Fo Contemporary Graphic Artist Childrenrs Psyc hiatric Hospital It Treats the Disturbed, Helps Them Adjust to a Normal Society By GERALD LUNDY WHAT HAS our society done - indeed, what is society doing - to adjust the psychologically disturbed child to a r.ormal com- munity life?i The answer exists at the Uni- versity in the Neuro-Psychiatric Institute. In this Institute, which rea...…

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…Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday. November 17 197 Pa.eSixtee..THE.MICHIGAN DAILYvMAGAZINE Sundn, ,uvember 17 1+: Emily Di (Continued from Page 12) sors, of the sovereign self-suf- ficiency of the individual soul.j Testing the validity of self-reli-a ance by its application to the1 inner, rather than the social life, she became convinced of the E transcendental power and beauty of rational perception. Her poems are exercises...…

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…-Sunday, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE pnn :S ana Sage eventeen F. L. LUCAS: 'Literature & Psychology' I (Continued from Page T) These are ugly names for ugly discusses poetic justice, popular things, yet none of us is with- out traces of both. The fault of legends and romance. We often teRmnislyi rwn think of poetic justice as mani- the Romantics lay in growing Jesting itself only in tragedy, yet too obsessed by them. an ...…

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…Page Eighteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Runt4nv Wnvaml-tar 171 1 CAT CPU: Help for Youth } zf ,. J f (Continued froin Page 10) extent their disorder interferes with the learning process. In some cases, a psychological disorder has no effect on the child's ability to learn, in other cases the reverse may be true. "How else can you explain it when a kid wilth an IQ of 120 isn't able to read?" says the school's principal, Nick Long. ACCORD...…

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…ndoy, November 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE PnnP N inAtPoA m--oy Noeme 17 95 THE MIHIA DAL MAGAZ-IN-Euelieer OLISH STUDENTS: They RebuiltaCity (Continued from Page 5) Poland, people would be fight- ing to get a seat." Remarks Alex: "Typical social activity for an evening is for a group of students to get together Pnd discuss what~s important for Poland." Alex dd Maria believe tiat tremendous interest in Polish politics on the pa...…

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…Page Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday, Novombw 17, 195 Page Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Sunday, Nov.mb.r 17, 1957a I N Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: NUMBER FOUR IN A SERES m E aa NAVAJO KNEW - do you? Years a,,o, when Chief Sjttina-on-l lands saw the leaves turn brown, he k new winier was not rnany moons away. About the best hc could do, though, was squat down and mahe a sand painting. As be once put it: "Navajo ...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…!' NATO PROBLEMS DISCUSSED 'N Sit:F ~~aitp See page 4 Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom CLOUDY, RAIN No. 74 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1957 FIVE CENTS SIX I enators Probe avalSupremacy Navy Chief Burke Testifies America Rules Seas but Future Uncertain' ASHINGTON (P)-Admiral Arleigh Burke, chief of naval opera- testified Monday the United States Navy now has command of is but the future is uncertain. 'en now ...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY HIGH SCHOOL STUDY: Survey Shows No Lack In Math, Science Fields By, SUSAN HOLTZER science and more mathema There is no lack of mathematics the superior and gifted chil and science courses being offered "There is, of course, a n in Michigan high schools, accord- move further in this dire ing to a special study made for Leach continued, "especiall U n i v e r s i t y President Harlan accelerated programs when Hatcher by the B...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…X, DECEMBER, 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY NFL STANDINGS lhnrei WESTERN DIVSION eeten vr ~ oigt~atimreSan Francisco 8 4 0 .667 260 264 C G i BT & eDB OiBaltimore 7 5 0 .583 303 235 Los Angeles 6 6 0 .500 307 278 Chi_Bears 5 7 0 .417 23 2 very sand a H4 Improved Pioneer. Squad Looms as MajorThreat By AL SINAI Denver's P i o n e e r s, currently sporting a 1-1 record in WIHL cpmpetition, invade the -Coliseum tonight for an important two- game...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…r ~i~Axe£d art Daily Sixty-Eighth 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 hen Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily ex press the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. Y. DECEMBER 17. 1957 NIGHT EDITOR...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

…T-E MICHIGAN DAILY AY CLASS t _ 1 BUSINESS SERVICES GOLDMAN CLEANERS XMAS SPECIAL Two garments - 99c any combination of pants - plain skirts - sweaters sport shirts Two stores 214 S. State 1115 S. University )J63 HI THERE! Ordered your Christmas turkey yet? Well--there's only 8 days left before Christmas!I And we're open every day, until then-from 7:30 to mid- night. FREEMAN FOOD MARKET 709 Packard NO 2-3175 "Just two doors from the Blue ...…

December 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DA1tY TUESDAY, DECE SPACE SUPERVISION:at* Faculiy Trio Rocket Experts Propose ..Ui To erform Ctvtltan M/i Zssie Agency'Three faculty members of the £nSchool of Music, Prof. Robert Your Doctors' Prescriptions Fill A meeting of national rocket -Courte, viola, Prof. Albert Luconi research experts here last month ness Subcommittee. The Pentagon clarinet, and Lydia Courte, piano' FINEST QUALITY MATE resulted in a proposal for a civilia...…

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