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August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…OPERETTA EXTENDED A&ujun 41kzii4s WARM, SHOWERS See Page 2 VOL. LVI, No. 35S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CE] New Students To Compose Large Group Old Students Polled By Literary School A breakdown on the record-shat- tering enrollment figures for the fall semester indicates that the percent- age of new students expected will range from twenty to ninety per cent in the various schools and colleges of the Un...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…GENERAL S e SwFA6 :3UtIli GENERAL SUPPLEMENT SUPPLEMENT VOL. LVI, No. 34S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Fail Enrollment To Present Acute HousingShortage Record I EXpected 8,000 Enrollment for Fall Semester City Residences Are Canvassed For 400 Rooms 3,500 New Students To Be Accommodated With an estimated enrollment of 18,000 resident students for the fall term, University housing officials carried...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…WOMEN'S 1j LwfI&1 U 471 xii]g WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT SUPPLEMENT VOL LVI, No. 29S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Orientation Week for Freshmen Opens Sept. 16 League Council Coordinates Women's RctivitieS Heads of Coed Organizations Are Members Group Makes Final Decisions Concerning Policies Affecting League-Sponsored Programs Housed in the Michigan League, center of all women's activities, the Leag...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…OPERETTA EXTENDED See Page 2 -. £Iwt ta~ 4714bri]u WARM, SHOWERS LVI, No. 35S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS } , . '' New Students To Compose Large Group, Old Students Polled By LiterarySchool A breakdown on the record-shat- tering enrollment figures for the fall semester indicates that the percent- age of new students expected will range from twenty to ninety per cent in the various schools and coll...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…GENERAL SUPPLEMENT YI *o 6 Swt a i~kiii4 GENERAL SUPPLEMENT VOL. LVI, No. 348 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Fall Enrollment To Present Acute HousingShortage Record 1 EXpected 8,000 for F Enrollment all Semester City Residences Are Canvassed For 400 Rooms 3,500 New Students To Be Accommodated With an estimated enrollment of 18,000 resident students for the fall term, University housing officials car...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT L wF 61 41P 4:Dat il WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT VOL. LVI, No. 29 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Orientation Week for Freshmen Opens Sept. 14 _ _____ League Council Coordinates Women's Activities Heads of Coed Organizations Are Members Group Makes Final Decisions Concerning Policies Affecting League-Sponsored Programs Housed in the Michigan League, center of all women's activities, th...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…s 41turn To Brighten Michigan's Grid Prospects By DICK KRAUS There'll be plenty of reinforce- ments on the football front this fall for Coach "Fritz" Crisler's 1945 "Baby Wehrmacht," which featured six 17 year olds in the starting line- up that piled up seven victories as against three losses to top teams in the nation, Army, Navy, and Indiana. In fact, if Crisler chose, he could field an all-ex-GI eleven come next September. He could eve...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PEACE AND QUIET: Truman Puts Troubles'Aside To Enjoy Prolonged Vacation With President Truman in At- lantic, Aug. 17-0P)-President Tru- man abandoned himself to the en- joyment of a prolonged vacation as he put out to sea tonight after a voyage through inland waters which sparkled peaceful in the sun. He walked about the decks of the U.S. Williamsburg chatting with the seamen, thumbed through biogra- phies of two of his Wh...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…Political, Social Activities Head AVC Fall Plans Organization's Aim To Include All Vets The American Veterans Committee plans to broaden its program to in- clude more social functions as well as to continue with an intensive non- partisan consideration of the major political issues of the day, according to Lorne Cook, who will be the tem- porary chairman when the group re- sumes activity this fall. "Our aim is to make the AVC an organization f...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DEAN OF WOMEN SAYS: Coeds Have Obligations To the Freshmen Women: THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN is welcoming the largest num. ber of new students which it has ever admitted in its long and honor- able history. This year many young people, both men and women, who wanted to come to the University of Michigan were turned away. This fact puts upon those of you who are here a very special responsibility to accept the privilege of...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, PEACE AND QUIET: Truman Puts Troules VAsideon T o Enjoy Prolonged Vacation Senator Mead Hits at Surplus Stores Disposal With President Truman in At- lantic, Aug. 17--(P)--President Tru- Man abandoned himself to the en- joyment of anprolonged vacation as he put - out to sea tonight after a voyage through inland waters which sparkled peaceful in the sun. He walked about the decks of the U.S. Williamsburg chatting w...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Political, Social Activities Head AVC Fall Plans Organization's Aim To Include All Vets The American Veterans Committee plaris to broaden its program to in- clude mre s6cial functions as well as to dontiue with an intensive 1ion- partisan consideration - of the major political issues of the day, according to Lorne Cook, who will be the tem- porary chairman when the group re- sumes activity this fall. "Our aim i. to miake...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _L EAN OF WOMEN SAYS-: Coeds Have Obligations To the Freshmen Women: THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN is welcoming the largest num. ber of new students which it has ever admitted in its long and honor- able history. This year many young people, both men and women, who wanted to come to the University of Michigan were turned away. This fact puts upon those of you who are here a very special responsibility to accept the privileg...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…TW T ... .-. T H- E MICHIGAXN DA .L Y stJND §oungest Michigan Grid Squad Rated Sixth Best in N C A__ ___-_o_ DAY, AUGUST 18, 1948 ation Last Season's Team defeated Only By Best: Indiana, Cadets, Middies- Indiana, Army, Navy Hand 'M' Only Losses By DICK BURTON1 Placing second in the Western Con- ference standings and sixth among the gridiron teams of the nation, Michigan's 1945 football team dis- played a team spirit and' fighting heart that...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OPERATION PIGSKIN 0- DA . a. ILLINOIS By DICK KRAUS THERE'S A NEW SOMETHING in the air at Champaign these days and all the loyal Mhini are sniffing it with great appreciation. It's the smell, of a Conference football title, something long missing from the Champaign ozone. Buddy Young's back and Army can have Glenn Davis. Flashy Bud- dy leads a host of returning Illini veterans back to Coach Ray Eliot's fold. With him are...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…ENTERS 57th YEAR: Daily Is Campus Newspaper Published Entirely by Students The Daily enters its fifty-seventh year of continuous publication this fall. It was first conceived by a group of independent men in 1890 who dub- bed it the "U of M Daily" and pub- lished it from a little print shop downtown. Soon The Daily was moved to' the Ann Arbor Press Building and the name was changed to The Michigan Daily. In 1932, the Student Publications Per...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Women's Athletic Association Program Work Toward 'Fun and Fitness' for University Coeds GAG MAG: Watch The Daily for News of Campus Events Variety of Sports, Activities Offered "Fun and fitness" is the aim of the Women's Athletic Association, which directs 18 sports clubs and sponsbrs rec rallies, Lantern Night, and inter- house tournaments throughout the year. Headed by Jean Brown, Kappa' Kappa Gamma, the WAA is open t...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…AUGUST 18, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY OPE RATION PIGSKIN 11 D-DAY... ILLINOIS By DICK KRAUS THERE'SA NEW SOMETHING in the air at Champaign these days and all the loyal Illini are sniffing it with great appreciation. It's the smell of a Conference football title, something long missing from the Champaign ozone. Buddy Young's back and Army can have Glenn Davis. Flashy Bud- dy leads a host of returning Illini veterans back to Coach Ray Eliot's...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIYGAN DAILY TERS 57th YEAR: A Daily Is Campus Newspaper Published Entirely by Students The Daily enters its fifty-seventh year of continuous publication this fall. It was first conceived by a group of independent men in 1890 who dub- bed it the "U of M Daily" and pub- lished it from a little print shop downtown. Soon The Daily was moved to the Ann Arbor Press Building and the name was changed to The Michigan Daily. In 1932, the St...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Women's Athletic Association Program Works Toward 'Fun and F itness' for University Coeds GAG MAG: Watch The Daily for News of Campus Events 4 Variety of Sports, Activities Offered "Fun and fitness" is the aim of the Women's Athletic Association, which directs 18 sports clubs and sponsors rec rallies, Lantern Night, and inter- house tournaments throughout the year. Headed by Jean Brown, Kappa Kappa Gamma, the WAA is op...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…THE, MICHIGAN -DAILY '"IN amen Capture Wolverines' Lone Conference Crown ! i Netters Have Winning Year But Lose Title Jim Evans Captures Number Five Singles By EV ELLIN With a record of five wins and two defeats to their credit in Big Ten competition, Michigan's tennis squad concluded the 1946 season on June 1 by capturing fifth place honors in the Conference meet at Chicago, which saw Wolverine Jim Evans crowned Big Ten titlist in t...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fifty-Sixth Year 0LZtep t6 O th e lAt0~ DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN .- x .° , a LI Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board In Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Managing Editors .. Paul Harsha, Milton Freudenheim ASSOCIATE EDITORS City News ..........................C.. lyde Recht University ..........................Natalie Bgrow Sports......................…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Music Season Opening Set For October Students of 50 Nations Congregate at Center Wide Variety of Social Function Planned By Program Directors for Fall Semester Alumni First Formed Back in 1845 Program Includes Melton, Horowitz The University musical season, tra- ditionally climaxed by the May Fes- tival, will open in October this year, reverting to its pre-war schedule. The program lists ten Choral Un- ion series con...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…I U 11X1rI AL Union Protects Masculine Ego Dogs, drunks and dames .. these are the cardinal points of the taboos of the Michigan Union. But the monastery will admit th third under certain prescribed anc1 rigid conditions. To protect the last surviving stronghold of male suprem- acy on the campus, these rules are in operation: 1. The Union is a men's club, and is therefore governed as such. The rules regarding women are similar to those of oth...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fifty-Sixth Year oLEttCPi tO the &cItor' DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN II I. mmiww r" I ~_ I Edited and managed by students of the Uni' Michigan under the authority of the Board liu of Student Publications. o rol Editorial Staff Managing Editors .. Paul Harsha, Milton Freuenheim ASSOCIATE EDITORS City News ............................... Clyde Becht University ........................... Natalie Bagrow Sports ...........…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mv c season Opening Set For October F .: ;:. Students of 50 Nations, Congregate at Center Wide Variety of Social Function Planned By Program Directors for Fall'Semester Alun IL UI Program Includes Melton, Horowitz The University musical season, tra-. ditionally climaxed by the May Fes- tival, will open in October this year, reverting to its pre-war schedule. The program lists ten Choral Un- ion series concerts, the...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…NO DAMES! Union Protects -*/ Masculine Ego Dogs, drunks and dames . . . these are the cardinal points of the taboo, of the Michigan Union. But the monastery will admit th third under certain prescribed and rigid conditions. To protect the lasi surviving stronghold of male suprem- acy on the campus, these rules are in operation: 1. The Union is a men's club, and is therefore governed as such. The rules regarding women are similar to those of ...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…... F SCHWINN.BUIL LIGHTWEIGHT OBIKE TO CLASS SLEEP 10 MINUTES LONGER and beat your friends to class. You save time between classes, too. A bike will pay for itself by enabling you to live farther out at lower cost. You may RENT A BIKE at a special rate by month or semester equipped with lock and basket. These bikes are kept in top condition. Open 12Noon to 6 P.M. BICYCLE BICYCLES NEW AND USED REPAIRING RENTED BICYCLES SA kA DI V IM- 11 TH...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…ME COMPLETE YOUR WARDROBE with a lovely HAWAIIAN HAND-BLOCKED' ROBE DEAL FOR TRAVELING, these robes are light-weight and easily packed in a suitcase . .. available in small, medium, and large sizes. They come in gold or aqua with a hand-blocked bamboo design; white with a Hawaiian shower; and rose with Hawaiian orchid. Priced at $29.95. 3h~VAN BUREN Shop - t i I Will the open toe, sling heel epoch in women's footwear be shortened or prolon...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…ICHIGA. Al L s It 1o SRA To Hold Rendezvous for Open Lecture Sernes in Fall Churchill, Lochner, Ramey Will Speak dov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia will open the 1946-47 Oratorical Asso- ciation lecture series here October 17 when he speaks in Hill Auditorium on "The South Looks Forward." Seven other well-known persons will complete the annual series: Randolph Churchill, son of the British Wartime Minister; Louis P. Lochner, for 15 years chie...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

…Fortnight Show Will Highlight Special Event (Continued from Page 1) the newly created position of social chairman, directing League House dances and cooperate with Panhel- lenic Association in sponsoring fac- ulty teas. Exchange dinners and teas between houses are also under the direction of the social chairman. New Post Created Phyllis Pettit, Mosher, tas project chairman will supervise the various money raising activities for the Uni- versty...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHiGA N D ATI~ Uommmmmolm 'OLUTION: Difference in College Women, Of Today,'YesterdayMarked by LYNNE FORD If the coke-sipping, prom trotting coed of the class of '35 were to re- turn to her alma mater today, she would find an entirely different spe- cies of college women had descended on the American university. Dean of Women Alice C. Lloyd summarized the difference fully in an address to incoming freshman women when she said, "This ...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…MICHIGAN DA Y r 4 To SRA To Hold Rendezvous for Open Lecture Series in Fall CAMPUS CO-OPS: Group Living Provides Great Saving, DevelopsDemocracy Newcomers Churchill, Lochner, Ramey Will Speak Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia will open the 1946-47 Oratorical Asso- ciation lecture series here October 17 when he speaks in Hill Auditorium on "The South Looks Forward." Seven other well-known persons will complete the annual series: Randolph Ch...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL Fortnight Show Will Highlight Special Event (Continued from Page 1) the newly created position of social chairman, directing League House dances and cooperate with Panhel- lenic Association in sponsoring fac- ulty teas. Exchange dinners and teas between houses are also under the direction of the social chairman. New Post Created Phyllis Pettit, Mosher, as project chairman will supervise the various money raising activities ...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…THEMICHIGANDAILY Footba jtlI. (Continued from Page 1) dominance over 81 of the 90 foes they have faced. Of the nihe teams having an edge in victories, five have been played only once. Cornell has the best record over the Wolverines with 11 wins to five Michigan triumphs, the last game with the Big Reds occurring in 1933, when the U of M handed them a 40-0 pasting. Big Ten Rivalries Best Michigan's sharpest rivalries have been with three Big T...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY s UXURY LINERS: Ship Owners Plan To Keep War Volume of Lake Travel --MU SI c DETROIT, Aug. 17-W)--The war years brought a travel boom remin- iscent of the golden era on the Great Lakes. And steamship owners, glad to be back in the chips after taking a back seat to the automobile for many years, are making plans to hold that war won volume. I Officials of the Detroit & Cleve- land Navigation Company, operators of the la...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…C ion's Facilities, Functions e Open To All Male Students Conveniences Includes Cafeteria, Dining Room Ballroom, Barber Shop, Billiards, Bowling w Through these portals no woman hall pass -is the unwritten law hat hangs over the front door of he Union, the Michigan men's castle. A daily center of male life, and a ite of social functions on weekends, he Union has faciliti'es for a variety f activities ranging from a quick lip in the swimming...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY tin- r- OLD TRADITION CONTINUES: JGPlay, Senior Night Headline Junior Plans By LYNNE FORD W E HEARD about a rookie infan- tryman making his first amphi- bious landing. The silence roared and the tension was like a tight rub- ber band as the craft approached the beach. No one said a word, until finally in a plaintive little voice, the rookie whispered, "Please, won't somebody say 'This is it!" Well, this IS it. In less than...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY UXURY LINERS: Ship Owners Plan To Keep War Volume of Lake Travel -MUSIC DETROIT, Aug. 17-UP)-The war years brought a travel boom remin- iscent of the golden era on the Great Lakes. And steamship owners, glad to be back in the chips after taking a back seat to the automobile for many years, are making plans to hold that war won volume. Officials of the Detroit & Cleve- land Navigation Company, operators of the largest pass...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY nion' s Facilities, Functions re Open To All Male Students Conveniences Includes Cafeteria, Dining Room Ballroom, Barber Shop, Billiards, Bowling Through these portals no woman shall pass -is the unwritten law that hangs over the front door of the Union, the Michigan men's castle. A daily center of male life, and a site of social functions on weekends, the Union has facilities for a variety of 'activities ranging from a qu...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OLD TRADITION CONTINUES: JGPlay, Senior Night Headline Junior Plans teas call for hats and dressy suits or dresses. After that, it is up to the respective houses. "Informal" means a tailored dress or sweater and skirts and flats. "Formal" is an overstate- ment, for all it means is heels and hose in combo with the same tailored dress or suit. There are no strictly formal rush parties. On the truly practical side, a warm win...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY' POINT-A-MINUTE: Fielding Yost Awaits Michigan Gridiron Tangle with Cadets Sprinter, Hurdler, Halfback, Record I Team Up To Form Fast Mile Relay Qu By BEV BUSSEY Michigan's "Grand Old Man," Fielding H. Yost observed his seven- ty-fifth birthday last April 30th at his home not far from the site where his teams made football history. Although Yost has not been in the best of condition, he maintains that "there's still a lot...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY COLLEGE ROUND-UP: Minnesota 'U' Fights Polio; Purdue Turns Away 5.000 THE OLD ARMY GAME: The University of Minnesota con- tinued its fight on the polio epidemic this week. the biggest epidemic that has occurred in the United States, according to Dr. Donald Cown, assist- ant director of the Minnesota Health Service. Although 21 children be- tween the ages of five and 16 have been treated there, no new cases among Universit...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…I r couiil il Enrollment a1 Cut Due to Faculty Shortage Applications Restricted to Veterans; Influx Forces Tightening of Academic Standards Literary School Curriculum Change Debated Moseley Typewriter & Supply Co. Don't Say Typewriters - Say Moseley's 214 EAST WASHINGTON STREET COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE SUPPLIES Harvard Proposals Basis for Discussion Additional enrollment in the Col- lege of Literature, Science and...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY , _._ . v..__ WsA Cold Weather Brings Forth New Pastimes Winter Sports, Athletic Events, Traditional Dances, Parties Offer All-Round Entertainment As the campus gathers its beer kegs and insect lotion and moves in- doors, a new recreation problem fol- lows them into the confines of the dormitories and houses. As the Arboretum fans have so often asked, "What is there to do around here in the wintertime?" And that is a q...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY COLLEGE ROUND-UP: Minnesota'U'Fights Polio; Purdue Turns Away 5,000 (.'______________5 ,0 00____________________________ The University of Minnesota con- tinued its fight on the polio epidemic this week, the biggest epidemic that has occurred in the United States, according to Dr. Donald Cown, assist- ant director .of the Minnesota Health Service. Although 21 children be- tween the ages of five and 16 have been treated the...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY iterary School Enrollment gut Due to Faculty Shortage Applications Restricted to Veterans; Influx Forces Tightening of Academic Standards Additional enrollment in the Col- lege of Literature, Science and the Arts is being curtailed because of the shortage of instructors, and only veteran applications are still being accepted for the fall term, according to Arthur Van Duren, head of the Office of Academic Counselors. Wartim...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 29) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1946.TH MCHIANDA Cold Weather New Pastimes Winter Sports, Athletic Events Traditional CDances, Parti~s Gaffer All-Round Entertainrment f ^ As the campus gathers its beer kegs and insect lotion and moves in- doors, a new recreation problem fol- lows ;them into the confines of the dormitories and houses. As the Arboretum fans have so often asked, "What is there to do around here in the wintertime?" And that is a question . .....…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SE 1 ght Coaching Staff Compiles Outstanding Athletic Marl VE and, in addition, Fisher-coached squads have brought home 10 Big Ten championship crowns. Develops Major Leaguers An outstanding teacher and devel- oper of individual stars, more than two dozen of his boys have been of sufficient calibre to play Major Lea- gue ball. Dick Wakefield, Detroit Tiger ace, is the most famous, while teams have walked away with 15 ...…

August 18, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 35) • Page Image 8

…THE -MICHIGAN DAILY ASSOCIATED PRES P UCTURE NEWS M P RE SI1D EN TIAL P0 R T R A!T- President Trumian sits for~ his portrait by Artist John Slavin (right). The r-'rting now hangs in the conference mroo of the White House., A R QOOC HK 1N B 4O0TS^- Lanny, a wire 'haired fox terrier, wears a coupte of pair of Tiding boots and' the cap of his master, Mike Corona, a jockey at Rockingham park, Salemp, N. H. R E P A Y I N G A D E B T - Lt. (ig) ...…

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