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March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…BLOC VOTING See, Page 4 Y LatetDeainigan Latest Deadline in the State 11ai4 CONTINUED COLD VOL. LIX, No. 119 - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS The' Michigan Story ThroughEarly Years, EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a series of articles presenting the highlights in the history of the University of Michigan. By ROBERT WHITE Daily Associate Editor In the years immediately following 1800-when Detroit was...…

March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY SATURbA-, MTARCH 19, [ichigan... (Continued from Page 1) severe: meals were offered at a cost of $1.50 a week, and the Uni- versity tuition and residence fees amounted to only $10. * * * WHEN THE University had happily weathered the financial storm of its first decade, it was almost immediately plunged into a nearly disastrous intramural fight. Fraternity life had been transplanted at an early date to 'the Michigan campu...…

March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

… Y, MARCH 19, 1949 THE MICHIGAN -DAILY BIL SESSION A by b. s. brown, sports editor B ACK ON NOVEMBER 2, 1948, an underdog came through with an upset victory which stunned the nation, and ever since then, the party on the short end of the odds has been making life rough for the bookmakers. I Guys like Walter Winchell took a beating when they offered fan- tastic odds like 100-1 on Governor Dewey winning the 1948 election; then came the Army-Na...…

March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

… ThE AMiIIGIAN DA~IL v i i tcrr: i , .1% (.i iy i;r#:z - --- ---M- U ~ 94 votingsTstem ere no surprise to anyone who ] tng, to do with at camPlIs 'hi . declaration was of an investigation of the out by SL members ant campus ,groups, TheyY lessening of the evils of' 1 oeVoting Sthat the bloc resentation, because it requires voting I'or t~o stay carne an: large niumber of candidates, &twoin'- hag ever hlad aniT1 ages tic voting of sate g or ...…

March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1949 MCiIIGA A Women To Petition fbr WshM Executive Board Memnbership HEMLINE HAPPY: New Style Hits Fashion World As Milady Dons Spring Frocks Secretarial Post AS SECRETARY of the Wom- un's Athletic Association this year, Betsy Bousfied stepped outside of her official book-keeping capacity to actively participate on the many varied projects and clubs spon- sored by WAA. The Association is entirely self- supporting. This...…

March 19, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUR~DAY, MARC 1, 1__________________" What's Up in the Dorms ENGINE VIRTUOSOS: Daily-Ohlinger THE VENERABLE LOKANATHA-Buddhist monk from Burma converses with D. K. Nanavati (left) and D. C. Gami (right). Lokanatha has stopped at the University on his one man mission- ary tour of the U.S. MISSION TO U.S.: World Spiritual Hunger Noted by Buddhist Monk, I "For years 'missionaries have been sent to Burma from the U.S. ...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…WHAT PRICE DEMOCRACX i Li A6F A6F ,Ak= j6q :43 a t t '19 THAT GROUNDHOG Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 119 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS Holy Prompt Draft Vote Pressed By Services leaders Suuori Passage of UMT By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, March 18 - Leaders of America's Army, Navy and Air Forces urged the Senate Armed Forces Committee today to vote promptly for a temporary peacetime ...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…THEE MICHIGAN DAILY Junior Case Competitions Will Be Held Labor, Management Subject of Arguments The Junior Case Club Semi- final competitions will be held at 4:15 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in the Practice Court 'Room of Hutchins Hall. Labor Relations Chosen from about 150 compe- titors who argued last fall, 16 students will argue the questions: Does a working man have a Con- stitutional right to strike which cannot be denied him by e...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…19, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY UNAMERICAN ACTIVITIES': State Senator To Investigate Communist Activity at MSC LANSING, March 18-(AP)-Sen ator Matthew F. Callahan (R Detroit) served notice today tha he would conduct a Communis hunt at Michigan State College Callahan said he understooc there was a "Communist Club" a the college and stated he woul ask MSC president John A. Han nah to explain the situation t4 the Senate "Un-American Activi Enginee...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR Tl IC HT4 N 1ATIW iknyv a ay as -' lea y ...11i f V 'd 11 l - i! 1 y 1 ZY "y' a'aw~c as3 a swu e WW What Price Democracy? THE BIG SPLIT over Truman's speech is not simply a matter of action or inaction, as so many of the President's adherents assume. It's more a division of time and ideals. Truman's camp has left behind-forgotten or ignored - the standards which the other side still is following. The question is whether the tim...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…Di,~THE I MICHIIGiN D1 AIl,-Y : Byv MARILYN JONES COEDS WL ,BE repaying their dates this weekend when women's residents hold pledge formis, scavenger hunts and informal parties. Fraternities are also entertaining at pledge formals and in- formal parties. Following dinner at the Union, the Alpha Chi's and their dates will return to the house to dance to the music of Al Chase and his band at their pledge formal tomorrow. Surprise favors, progr...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 THE MiC------A -Y-r-bA-,- -A- -19- 194 i mousy, Kaftan Too Much or Wolverines To Handle A 4 Ketucky Tops Columbia in NCAA Opener NEW YORK, March 18-(/)- Kentucky's potent Wildcats smothered Columbia's Ivy Leaguel champions, 76-53, tonight in thej first semifinal game of the Na- tional Collegiate Athletic Asso-1 ciation Eastern playoffs. A capacity Madison Square Garden crowd of nearly 18,500...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

…FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 Pucksters Face Boston College In First V( ,AA Tilt JUST KIBITZING: They're Taking 'Bennie' Seriously Now By DICK KRAUS Daily Sports Editor It's only been a few years since the football men first realized that Bennie G. Oosterbaan was more than just the comedy reliet in the Michigan football setup. They first began to suspect it when 'Bennie moved into the backfield coaching job two sea- sons ago. Even when his boss, ...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 8

…DTI A MI I 1cAkN D i Y flhril v m 'Maternit HEospital Called 'Disgrace to U he State sY °v 2. UNIVERSITY MATERNITY HOSPITAL'S single, narrow, winding stairway (above) is a traffic problem for staff members. According to State fire marshal's officers, two more stairways are needed if the building is to continue in use as a maternity hospital. 3. ALTHOUGH PATIENTS AND GARBAGE do not ride at the same time, this elevator (above) is used for...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

…SWVINGING P'ENDULUM ~e Page 4 Ci r lAitest Dieadlhne in the State Daii4 FAIR VOL. LVII, No. 117 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1947 9 - PRICE FIVE CENTS State o War Is Declared In Paraguay Civil Strife Rages Within Country sy '1the Associ.ted Press ASCUNSION Paraguay, March 18-The Paraguayan Government declared today that all of this re- volt-torn South American nation was in a state of war, thus giving the military forces of...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 2

…AGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCII 19, 1947 _ ._ _... OLD-TIME MELODRAMA: 'Ten Nights in a Barroom' Called 'Shocking' by Villager By PERRY LOGAN "It's shocking, positively shock- ing! I wouldn't let any son of mine see such a scandalous thing," Voracious P. Hidebound, manager of the Willow Delicatessen, ex- claimed yesterday. "I would sort of like to see if myself, though," he added wistfully. Hidebound's stealthy whispers refe...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

…L' Wr-o ESlAV, I RCH 19, ]S47o THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T MikhiganWill Sponsor Golf For Jayvees Adhering to the economic prin- ciple that no surplus should go L to waste, Michigan's sports-mind- ed athletic officials a nnounced yesterday that the fii s t junior varsity golf team in Wolverine history will take to the links late this month. Bert Katzenmeyer, the new Michigan golf coach, will select' his jayvee squad from the 80 pros- pects c...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOU THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1947 I ,. Swinging Pendulum THE labor-management, pendulum is once more swinging, and with its swing, it is carrying away all the legislation and ideals of the past decade-good as well as bad. Back in 1935, the Wagner Act was passed guaranteeing labor the right to organize, and implementing that right with legisla- tion designed to prevent employers from breaking up unions. This right is...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 194' THE MICHIGAN DAILY ]PAGE FIVE Junior Girls' Ploy To Be Presented Thursday ,March27 P The Best Years' Will Honor O Spring Thawl Senior Women At Opening' ikt o ae Junior Girls' Play, "The Best I to ~.Tedy ac 5i h 'Y'ars" wll e resnte at8:3 Social Directors Office in the Lea- p.m. Thursday, March 27 in Lydia gue. Mendelssohn Theatre in honor of A the senior women. Al senjior women attending Sen- Following Senio...…

March 19, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

…?~AE i~THlE MI( HIGAN lT tL F..ITiil',Sll,-tvf AL If kll :F Aatlp'%Higzvhlights 'The Roger Williams Guild will hold a Mct-We% (Chat ad He freshnit Holur fromi 4 Ito 5:3 p.l tday at (,he tTui d lo:e. The Weseyan Guild will have a Refresher fromt 4 to 6 p.m. t- day in the Guild Lounge. Following a potluck supper to be held at 6 p.m., the Cell Groups will meet. There will be Fireside Vespers at 8:15 p.m. Spanish. Lecture.. Prof. Frederico San...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…Top Headlines In Today's News 1yThe Associated Paess King Says Canada Used as Spy Base OTTAWA, March 18 - Documents seized in connection with Soviet espionage operations in Canada have disclosed that this country had been "used as a base to secure information of great importance to the United States and the United Kingdom," Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King told Parliament tonight. In spite of the gravity with which he viewed the Moscow-dire...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDTA; MARCH 19, 1946 -- ________________________________________ _______________________________________________ PROF. EGGER'SEN SAYS: Army Education Service Keeps GIs Informed By JANIS GOODMAN "Keeping the servicemen on the Pa- cific islands informed of the war's progress on all fronts was one of the most important duties of the Educa- tional Services of the Armed Forces," Prof. Claude A. Eggertsen, of the...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1946 '1I1 11 1 BJ kN D III Coach Fisher Cuts Diamond Squad to 40 Tallet Likely Choice For First Base Spot After giving the 70-odd tryouts for the, 1946 baseball team two weeks in which to prove their ability, Coach1 Ray Fisher has cut the squad to less than 40 men, almost the size that will open the season for the Michi- gan team on April 19. Remaining on the squad are ap- proximately two full teams plus eight catchers ...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 4

…a THE MICHIGAN DrAILY TUESDlAY, MARH 1 1 _........ .................. _......... _ .1w 4r, irnn auiI' Fift)y.Six th Year efteri to the lilo, lTSu IIAPPTINS°-I DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I o ("olilpet it iol I I ® Y YY Y i Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board of Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Margaret Farmer Hale Champion Robert Goldman Emily E. Knapp Pat C...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, MARUH 19, -1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PASi P'l0E ....... . . . .. . . . . ......... ............. . . . ......... .......... . ..... . ........ . ...... . . . . PA~ ~ :o 1 r Feather Merchants To Present Ball March 29 at 1-M Building Tickets for the Feather Merchants Ball, sponsored by the Veterans' Or- ganization, will be on sale this week at the Union, the League, and the Diagonal. The Ball is to be presented by the Veterans' Or...…

March 19, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…PAGE S THE M\ICHIGAN DAILY Tl[?r,,' ?IDA T, MAIROT 19, 19 PAGE SiX TTIJE$DAT, MAU~U 19, 4G 'HEALTH OF NAT IONS' Public Officials To Meet Here For Conference March 27, 28 Designed to stimulate interest in more full-time health programs, a series of Conferences for Public Of- ficials will be sponsored by the School of Public Health Wednesday and Thursday, March 27 and 28. This conference, planned primarily for the city, county and district...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…- - iip ,, " R:5 Y i t 4 ~l Wr neather Fair alitlid Ciilt~iiedCold l VOL. LIV No. 97 ANN ABOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1944 de Ar yvances to Rurnarnan Bo PRICE FIVE CENTS rder Allies P Planes Blast Nazi Positions At Beaehhead Hourly Raids in Effect; German Airdromes Plastered in Nor'tleast By The Associated Press ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, NA.- PLES, March 18.-Fifth Army shock troops inched from stone to stone through the ruined houses of...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO - Cohen To Talk Oii Present-Day Post-War Job s THE MICHIG A N D AILYI sUNI:AY, MARCH 19, 1944 ______ Lecture To Decal With Discrimination In Various Careers Mr. Albert Cohen of the Jewish Vocational Service in Detroit, willI lecture on "Job Opportunities Now and After the War," 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Hillel Foundation. The lecture will deal with discrim- inatory practices in various careers with special emphasis on the employ- men...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…SUNTWAY, MARCJl 19, 1944 THE MT1 ( HI-AN D AI ly P&GE T1IB~E . n...,. ,, _ _ ._ -- Coeds Urged To Sign Up Now To Work at University Laundry "Womeni interested in working at UxiYersity Laundry are urged to sign for tlhe rmorning or afternoon they Wish to work as soon as possible," Gerry Stadleman, '44, personnel di- rector for undergraduate women, said yesterday. Coeds who worked during the fall semester may go directly to the laun- dry, ...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…'~ iTh)~i~ ~IwLtdiga i iz )lt F { "a I ft. ~ a Ruth en 's V.:ew on University Stuadents Discass-ion Justified PRESENTING THE OTHER SIDE: Press ignores Issue in Finn Case Mi. , % {{g' 5 n s <~n~ Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon- day and...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

… 11TT~ MTCiIICAN ~IAJTIV ' e f 1'. [ T. Frosh To Hold Frolic Friday Freshman women are urged by Es- telle Klein, '47, chairman of Frosh Project, to hold 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. this Friday open for an evening of fun at Waterman Gymnasium with the coed members of the freshman class at Frosh Frolic. "Cancel those dates, girls, and tell him you will see him later. Since all the '47 coeds are headed for Frosh Frolic, there will'be no time for men," ...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY SU:NJAY, MARC 19, 1944 Gil Dodds Sets New World's Indoo r Reord in Mile : n Tigers Starting Line-up e i s To Take Shape EVANSVILLE, Ind, March 18.-(/P) -The 1944 lineup of the Detroit Tig- ers is beginning to take shape, but there are bound to be many changes before the American League opener with the St. Louis Browns April 18 at Briggs Stadium. In only one department do the Tigers appear to be reasonabl...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

…S TA1 l*IdIAH 9, 1944 T WE MICfITGAN D A lY PAGtSEVEN . _. . _ USO, SOUTH SEA STYLE: Grass Skirts Keep GI's Worried BATTLE CREEK, March 19.--R')- To that vast legion of gals who were left behind, the blondes, brunettes and redheads; the tall and short, slender and stout, the ones married and the ones who hope to be, a memo: That big, smiling, lovable guy of yours half-way 'round the world isn't neaarly the wolf there that he was on Maih ...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 8

…TuE MiCiIiGAN I4AiLY l iN /,11, i1'ki IC{'lt 1, i i 1 MUSICAL STARTS CASTING: Coed Speaking Part Tryouts for Co. D Show To Be Held Soon Every Dog has His Day I UNDERGROUND JUSTICE French Patriots Mete Out Swift Justice to Pro-Nazi Traitors Try-outs for feminine speaking parts for Co. D's original musical comedy, "Rumor Has It," will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the USO ballroom. Because of necessary company bus-...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

… MUSIC Sir igau SUPPLEMENT 1 MUSIC SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1944 Annual Music Festival To Be Presented Ma y 4-7 . Salvatore Baccaloni To Be Featured at Festival Basso Buffo Combines Great Voice, Sense. Of Comedy for Metropolitan Opera Company Salvatore Baccaloni, proclaimed world's greatest basso buffo, will be a featured artist of the Music Festival. This rotund operatic star, who tips the scale at 300 p...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 10

…TH E MICHIGAN D AILY SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1944 I . Romantic Tenor Kullman Began Career as Medic To Sing in Fourth Festival Concert icut Yankee' Music Despite Objections Charles Kullman, who has been called "America's greatest romantic tenor," is a Connecticut Yankee, born in 1903 at New Haven, where he graduated from Yale in 1924 with a B.S. degree. Originally Kullman had planned a medical career, however when his experience as soloist wit...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 11

… ffc:ur, N t "'' I T H E MIC HIG A N D A ILY 'AG ' .C John Brownlee Will Appear At May Festival Leading Baritone Has been Acclaimed One Of World's Greatest John Brownlee, leading baritone of the Metropolitan, Chicago, and San Fransisco Opera Companies, a noted recitalist and concert singer, will ap- pear May 7 at Hill Auditorium in the annual May Festival. First Appearence in Ann Arbor This will be the baritone's first ap- pearence before an...…

March 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 97) • Page Image 12

…L.~F~li ~ii~b iY_ tAR~H w IW I 5_ 1st fIN iiiN U f4 L 1 x C ONCERT Saturday S Thursday. Friday, end Sunday MAY 4, 5, 6and 7 .. I. .r - ---- .p cE G.ENE ORMANjDYi G /CONDUCTORN p. - SAU L CASTON ASSOCIATE COINDUCTO}R BIDUl SAYAO, S oprano CARLES KULLMAN, Ter ROSE BAM PTON, Soprano JOHN BROWNLEE, Baritone THELMA VON EISENH AUER , Soprano SAVTORE BACCALONI, Bass KERSTIN THORBORG, Contralto NATHAN MILSTEIN, Violinist GEGOR ...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…- -w -- -w- -- -- - - - -w--~- -- - - - Ai t itI 4 atij Weather Snow ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS Summer Term' ,Set Japs Are Blasted on 2,000-Mile Sea Front; ForJune 7 Students Asked To Fill In Information Forms Distributed Today Continuing its accelerated aca- demic, program begun last spring, the University will open the sumner semester June 7, Clark Tibbits, Di- rector of the University War Board,...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 2

…7,17 0 C 7 ~ii~7f1i~A\7 a S.-t ~----- -- - ~-------- ----~ ~- -~ -- - - - ---- - - - Law Student Will Address Church Guild Hobart Taylor, '43L, will present the second topic in a series of discus- sions sponsored by the Wesleyan Quild, when he speaks on "Distribut- ing -World Surplus" at 6:45 p.m. Sun- day in the Wesley Foundation. After the presentation of the gen- eral problem the students will form four discussion groups led by George...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

…$$D-~iMARCH 1W 1943 ,THE MICHI.GAN ]DAILY Ufer Faces Champs Tomorrow in Holiday Swims to 200 Meter Backstroke Mark 4> Hap Is Happier By JOE McHALE Yesterday afternoon at the Detroit Afhletic Club Harry Holiday did *hat he was trying to do-he broke a world backstroke record. The dis- ,tnce he traversed was the rather _ftiUsual 200 meters; and his record- breaking time was 2:22.9, one-tenth of a second under the established mark held b...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 4

…I *-*4% ~4. -- 4. .~. I I. IlL 1~~k ±1~w)I JYA\LL~ ado* *A* dmw w e 1% .Z :4-- Fifty-Third Year Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board In Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Member of The Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively e...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 5

… -w- ~- - --- -~ -~ ___________ ____________________________________________ - -rn-rn .4 . .aa .5. ~.7-i*~.j~ '4 ~ Z..~ .b~ --------------------------------'.------- _________________ U ~ - , . - - - - - - - ---.. - ----.-________________________ I r -------- ~- Contributions To Red Cross I Are Moutin Mounting Residents of Four Women's I Dorms Have Donated 100%; Coed Quota Almost Reached The results from the campus wo- men's Red Cr...…

March 19, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

…PAGN SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARG 19, 1943 r __ LEND-LEASE IN ACTION: British Naval Cadets Attend Concert; Air views on U. S. By MARY RONAY Arthur Smith from a little town near Dover, England and Donald Mc- Lisky, a year out of Wanganui, New Zealand, spent Wednesday night in Ann Arbor listening to Nelson Eddy and sampling the concoctions of the Michigan League soda bar. "I say we did have a time in finding Ann Arbor," remarked McLi...…

March 19, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…Weather Somewhat Warmer. t 4a11j NAM's Sales Tax Labeled Unjust . ., Editorial I VOL. LII. No. 122 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1942 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS ROTC Head Demands Compulsory Exercise Ganoe Terms Studenits Lounge-Lizards; Calls For Immediate War Board Action By CHARLES THATCIER With the point-blank charge that the overuse of "coquetting inven- tions and softening devices" has resulted in a "hot-house, indoor, f...…

March 19, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 122) • Page Image 2

…a THE MICHIGAN DAILY Col. Ganoe Says College Men Exemplify Hot-House' Type La Independencia, Spanish Play, Bows Out For Year E CIASSIFED ADVERTISINM (Continued from Page 1) ing credit for hours actually spent in exercise. 5. That the ROTC teach a demo- cratic leadership which will bring out the maximum team-work, obedience, resourcefulness, punctiliousness, ad- justability, initiative and harmony from the followers. 6. That the ROTC th...…

March 19, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 122) • Page Image 3

…T=UUKDAY, MARCH 19, 19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE THIME Six I-M Titles Decided At Annual Open House Program n I'OITFOLI4 * Stevie Joins The Army * New Threat To Axis By HAL WILSON Daily Sports Editor * * * * 3,500 Pack Gymnasium For Giant Sports Show Feud's A Brewin' Thinclads Clash With Hoosiers In Chicago Relay Race Friday By HOE SELTZER Scientific investigation reveals that there are two species of penguins. One species wears tuxe...…

March 19, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 122) • Page Image 4

…a VTHE MiClIGAN DAILY C,14r ALtd ,tan uu &tt Washington Merry-Go-Round By DREW PEARSON and ROBERT S. ALLEN GRIN AND BEAR IT By Lichty ches in charge of research on post- war problems. wall Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The A...…

March 19, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 122) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGANDAILY __ Caps An d owns Will Be3 Requisites For Wedding Announced Of Pielemeler-Heyn Helen Pielemeier, '4lEd,daughter of John H. Pielemeier, and Arno Heyn, '40, son of the late Dr. Myron Heyn of Detroit, were married at 4 pDm. Saturday in the parish hall of Bethlehem Evangelical and Reformed Lutheran Church. Mrs. Heyn is librarian in the School of Public Health. Mr. Heyn, who is a teaching fellow in chemistry, re- ceived bo...…

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…THE MICHIGAN 0iAILY TIUSDAy ,MAOR19, 1942 Slosson Says Axis Will Attack In Indian Ocean, Balkan Areas Commands In Bataan By BUD BRIMMERI Prof. Preston Slosson of the history department spoke out emphatically on the, world's possible spring cam- paigns yesterday in the last of a cur- rent events lecture series, proclaim- ing that the mastery of the Indian Ocean is the most crucial element in the present struggle for power, The war-analyzing ...…

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