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February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…COURSE CRITICISMS INVOLVE PROBLEMS See Page 4 Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom !1ar14 MORE COLD VOL. LXVIII, No.97 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1958 FIVE CENTS SIX PA Suspicion Shown SOn Local Firings Ypsilanti Board Meeting Brings Charges on Deputies' Releases By JAMES BOW Suspicion that recent suspensions and resignations of five Wash- tenaw County sheriff's department employees were made for "political reasons" ...…

February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…THE MIC$IGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1958 ANGE PROGRAM: Harvard Students To Go To Russian Universities , v arvard University has an- need an exchange student pro- n with the Soviet Union next :arshall D. Shulman, associate ctor of the Russian Research ter, recently announced that Inter-University Committee on vel Grants has received foun- on support, to enable it to pay me Talks o Evaluate the travel expenses of about 20 to 30 per...…

February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…WEDNRSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1958 THE MCMGAN DAILY * WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Detroit Overpowers '' The presentation of the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame Award to Michigan wrestling Coach Cliff Keen last weekend brought to mind something that isn't always recognized but, nevertheless, is quite apparent in wrestling circles nowadays. I speak of the surge upward In popularity of amateur wrestling. When you speak about wr...…

February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…I L r Alici t.attBally 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 When Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff 'writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1958 NI...…

February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…FEBRUARY 19, 1951 THE MCHIGAN DAILY ague Petitioning To Open for Class Projects, Committees; All Coeds Eligil INTERVIEWING - pon turn- EEKING INFORMATION - Office aspirants read up on the in'g in the petition, women sign ssitions open in League petitioning before writing a petition. up for an interview. rogram Planned for Applicants Administrative Posts' Applications Available There are many opportunities available for committee chairmen ...…

February 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY WERSITY OF MINNESOTA: Students Polled on Human Relations Mental Health Institute Backs Center Research (Continued from Page 1) Studerits at the University of nnesota were recently polled on zations were justified in having man relations by the student bias clauses, compared with the wspaper and two professors. 62 per cent who thought they The Minnesota Daily published should not have them. e results of the poll, which sh...…

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…PRINCETON CLUBS IAEDMORC'#4 Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom' II o11ANN ARGBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNES(DA, MARCH 19, 1958 FIVE CENTS * INTEGRATIONS PPlnDulsRjcs Governors gJrBu oet educ, S iato R~ n"'wp Pila n, Hear Part 11B; DY, SNOW Speech Department To. Present Syn ge's 'Playboy'I orl. WIN …

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY uddhcist Monk Enters ELI IS TRNER s in a Buddhist nonk Thongkham c., of Laos is en- English Language Lam, who explains that ;s is his family name ed only in writing in e to the United States' Lfn Foundation grant. He g English to teach in chools. tian said he entered the monastery pt the age was thus subject to the iddha until the day he e United States. He was become a layman before re. Xore One Robe ionk, Thongkham said,...…

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 193 'C'HI, MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Il WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE "1 ZBT Wins Second Place Title FORMER 'M' 'MANN': Sooner Coach Returns For NCAA Swim Meet -M SPORTLIGHTI . by Paul Borman SAM Downs DU, Phi Eps Triumph In I-M Fraternity Cage Playoffs By CHUCK KOZOLL By HAL APPLEBAUM Come One, Come All.. Michigan's Intramural Sports year will reach its highlight to- morrow night with the an...…

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…Sixty-Eighth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF-MIC-MAW UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD° N CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 1-3241 How Did IGet In This Box?" When Opinions Are Free Truth will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This mus t be noted in all reprints. Y, MARCH 19, 1958 NIGHT EDI...…

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 5

…T'CDC MICHIGAN DAILY ail ing Club To Sponsor )pen Meeting Sailing Club is holding an open, nass meeting at 7:30 p.m. tomor- ow in the Union Ballroom to ,cquaint new members with its' ,tivities and facilities. The aim of the club is to teach eginners how to sail, Dexter 'hede, '58BA, vice commodore, aid. Opel:. to all students with the lightest interest insailing, the flub, meets every Thursday to see novies and hear lectures on the port. Next...…

March 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…TH . MWGAN 'FATLY "# - f i11i1 }111tV 111V a1" 1/i iliii iR . et Slash May Cause ty Cut, Project Delays DAI LY OFFICIAL BU LLETIN ON COLONISTS: Boyd-Bowman To Speak ontinued from Page 1) hairman of the Senate pr i a t i o n s Committee, Monday estimates of en- this year in state col- d universities were 4,130 actual figure. Ld basis, he said, the Com- elt it had over-appropri- r million dollars. Jniversity missed its en- guess by about 1...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…DRINKING REGULATIONS HYPOCRITICAL See Page 4 1j Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom 64*bp :43 a tj ., ulmI* a MILD, SHOWERS VOL. LXVIII, No. 140 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 FIVE CENTS SIX P Jka rta Forces vance on RebelsStron ghol Government Says War Nearly Ended' Capital Threatened on Three Sides; Spokesman Admits Loss of Padang JAKARTA, Indonesia (RP)-Government forces drove yesterday toward Bukittinggi, cap...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, AFIUL3 Qai~, FsGO VERNMENT' WINS: Coresios com et iao Justice Brennan Presides over Mock°Tribunal (Continued from Page 1) lacked proper authority to place the individual in a category which doesn't clearly apply Casari indi- cated. According to the Communist Legislators Refuse Cut a.m. Lansing Eastern High School # will meet Jackson High School in In ' 'Fun s PROF. WESLEY 1WAURER the "A" finals at 2 p.m. Both de...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… is, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE? 19, 1958 TUE MIEUI&AN DAILY PAGE~ " Itlichiganb Koch, Finkheiner, Liakonis Pitch in Wolverine Shutout rurlers whitewash Wayne Sate, 9- ,., 1' >_ Cindermen Face Stiff Test In Ohio State Relays Today -1 By CARL RISEMAN Michigan's baseball team rolled to its third straight victory of the season yesterday as the Wolver- ines shut out the Tartars of Wayne State University, 9-0. A sparse crowd at...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…M1 1d13at &ziLg Sixty-Eighth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN i Opinions Are Free' UNDER AUTHORITY Ov/BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS uth Will Prevail" STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 itorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the ifdividual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This mus t be noted in all reprints. DAY, APRIL 19, 1958 NIGHT EDITOR: DALE CANTOR ...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…TE MICHIGAN DAILY IAPMAN NAMED AIDE: Regents Announce Five Appointments DA: A. Five faculty appointments were announced by the Board of Re- gents at their meeting yesterday. Sydney Chapman, noted inter- national scientist, was appoint- ed consultant to the University's; Engineering Research Institute. Prof. William C. Morse and Prof. Robert Dixon of the education school were named to the Execu- tive Committee of the education school for th...…

April 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

…THE 1fCIGAN fDAILY SATURDAY, AP~T 19, 190 iversity Accepts $111,504 in Aid Iegents accepted a - 14.44 in gifts, grants was added to the John Jacobson Two grants totalling $2,500 were cepted from the General Motors I their meeting yes- fund for chemistry. made by the Kaiser Aluminum Corporation of Detroit. International Nickel Company, and Chemical Corporation of To continue pharmacology re- he support of the Inc., gave $8,220.83 to continu...…

July 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…,, Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom Iaiyti a FAIR, WARM .; ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958 FIVE CENTS FOUR I me genc essi * * * * * * Would Conside lies Build Forces Despite Threats Lebanon Charg d Regents OK New Fanlty Appointees Appointments to the College of Engineering, the tchool of Edu- cation and the literary college were approved yesterday by the University Board of Regents. Russell A. Dodge ...…

July 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…"Baghdad On The Subway" Sixty-Eighth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER 'AUTIIORITY. OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICA'T'IONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH * Phone NO 2-3241 nions Are Free Will Prevail" orials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. x " 1 r . -,~ir ! ..-t f wt 7 Y, JULY 19, 19...…

July 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

….....,. A ) ira res, 11 4 1 4 Sox Top Tigers, 11-9 II I1 Assoclattd third- 1105 and ' now~ the >er b their ts. s -the Cubs again got to starter Carl- bandeed ton Willey in the eighth to hand vake him his third setback against; a un r- air of victories. ks andRed Sox 11, Tigers 9 nl to a BOSTON -- Frank Malzone dea-tagged a. tie-breaking granid slam, kdokhomer, Pete Runnels. colected fu-five hits to take over the Ameri- can- Le...…

July 19, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…year. They will not be here to inter- 7 view at this time. Sol Clinton, Mich. - H.S. Math; Girls As DM XPhysical Education.I Dolgeville, N.Y. - Latin/German. Ad 1O T " OFFIC IL East Jackson, Mich. - J.H.S. Art; Math; Home Economics.-P Ecorse, Mich. - Commercial, Physics! t B T1N,. Math; Chemistry/Photography; Radio. Co eatre in the community," will IoiaMic. (Medium Security Cor- rective Institution)-H.S. Math (Man). tht be held in conjunction ...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…r FREE Lie4b D4aii4 FREE EDITION EDITION Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom TWELVE PAGI ,&xTT Ai2unu MTV.U VAN Fi R.TnAY SEPI' :l1'1ISER 1V. IV05 VOL. LXIX, No. 4 ANDSi'Aiirkn'i., MIJUU A' nXA XA~ , a rXixas e, . Faubus. Presents Plan, For Legal Segregation By The Associated Press, Gov. Orval Faubus -last night offered the people of Little Rock, Ark., what he called a legal plan to operate public high schools on a private, ...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…I' THE MICHIGAN DAILY _y UE tl DURING SUMMER CONGRESS: Fundamental Rights of Student Press Demanded by NSA By JOAN KAATZ A declaration of the fundamen- tal rights of the student press was proposed and passed at the United States National Student Associa- tion (USNSA) Congress held this summer. Delegates at the meeting at Ohio Wesleyan University in Dela- ware, Ohio, further condemned any interference with the privileges of the student pres...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY HEADQUARTERS IN MODERN BUILDING: Press Publishes Many Scholarly Works at 'U' OH PLEASE-Registration at the University is a mechanical process in which it seems no amount of pleading can help any student get into a class which has the "filled" trademark-in- scribed upon it. To the bewildered freshman trying not to be stuck with a noon English 23 class through to the most aloof senior who "absolutely will not take a Saturda...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • 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. 0 ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 "If We're Lucky I Might Break Even, Huh?, PERSONAL AND POLF hen Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" } "= , s: .ti . $- Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must b...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…rr~sr, isasstTHE MICHIGAN DAILY_ !. )AI Y CLASSIF ED ADS _ _ _ . ..I - A - A E KM 1 E#!T CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES ATLAS GRIP-SAFE TIRES 4-670x15, $63.75; 4-710x15, $76.95; 4-760x15, 982.95. Plus tax and recappable tires. Budget terms. HICKEY'S, SERVICE STATION Cor. Main and Catherine-NO 8-7717 )S2 C-TED STANDARD SERVICE Friendly service is our business. Atlas tires, batteries and acces- sories. Waranteed & guaranteed. See us for the b...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 Union Madness ,20 7:QO MOVIES- CARNIVAL HI-Fl CONCERTR DANCERT JAZZ CONCERT Mead Calls Graduate Studies Wage-Improvement Schools Graduate school has become a viewed as training sergeants cross between a professional whose aim Is to keep people from school and a continuation school attaining some goal, she said. married people attend to improve "This would seem to be a period their wage-earning capacity, Prof. when the st...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN XJAILY Donahue Asks Mental Programs Science "already has enough knowledge of the factors associated with mental breakdowns to de- velop effective programs of treat- ment and prevention," chairman of the division of gerontology, Wilma Donahue declared. To combat the increasing prob- lem of mental illness in "the United States, Mrs. Donahue offers this advice for the preservation of mental health: "The emotionally healthy person h...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IMIDAY, i .1 BIG TEN: Teams Plan Defenses For Final Scrimmages BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (P)--End I Norm Craft appeared to have won when the workout turned to of- the kick-off assignment on the fense. Indiana football squad today as the Hoosiers continued to work on EVANSTON, Ill. (P) - Willmer defense against the Notre Dame Fowler, first string right halfback, style offense for the opening suffered a leg bruise today during game...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…THE : CNIGAN DAILY ensive Pass Patterns d Footbal Scrimmage SA E 0 EYIl Ann Arbor's fickle weatherman offered Michigan's hard working football team its first taste of "fall weather" and the spirited griddersj took full advantage of it. Abstaining from heavy contact work for the greater part of the session, Coach Bennie Oosterbaan put the Wolverines through a series of drills on blocking assign- ments and signal practice. Perfect Line Pla...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPORTS FOR FALL: N ootball, Track, Cross Country Head Program By CHUCK KOZOLL 'ootball, track and cross country d the list of sports offered by Michigan intramural sports de- tment during the fall season. eginning Sept. 29th, teams in residence hall, social and pro- ional fraternity and independ- leagues will play their touch tball games at Ferry and Wines ds. o allow more participation in games, the residence halls and ...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…ts~s THE MICHIGAN -DAILY Y ri'd Reserves (This is the third in a series of four articles discussing the person- I nel of the 1958 Michigan football team. This article will evaluate the third and fourth-string groups.) By JIM BENAGH Seek Positions University of Michigan BARRY NEWMAN . . tough In scrimmage You don't have to be a first stringer to fight for a football po- sition at Michigan, as many a hard-foughtbattle on the greens of' F...…

September 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…TI ANT w 'r'i'+ ?EGAN WITH OVERTHROW OF FAROUK: Nasser"s Dream: Making Islam Into Political Force Prof. Davis Estimates Lo From Fires at $100 Mii' I E 'PLAN: Dorydream r Nightmre? j By CHARLES STAFFORD Associated Press Newsfeatures Writer Gamal Abdel Nasser, gadfly of the tormented Middle East, is pur- suing a dream: Transformation of Islam, the religion of the Mos- lems, into "an institution of great political power and significanc...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…FRI Repor I ' By ROBERT JUNKER The Engineering Research Institute's 37th Annual Report re- leased today announced over $11 million in research projects carried out in the fiscal year 1957-58. The University's ERI conducted 424 projects during the year, of which 125 were initiated and 104 completed. These projects, which are carried out for industry and government on a contract basis, in-. eluded studies of space navigation, refrigerants an...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUIMi 'I I I I I II I I I M1 I I II I ,A RACLES BY ACCIDENT': Foundation U' Television Program To Award [ Depict Medical Finds - racles by Accident" will be . pic explored on the Univer- Star," the second segment of the The National Science Founda- levision series "Understand- Gosling of the geography depart- thion is now accepting applications ar World" presented at 9 a.m. ment serving as hosts. for two fellowship progr...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…THIRTEEN GAMES PLAYED:I Parents Announce~ s Peek Tells Assembly Association Use Daily StudentIntellectual Activity Vital WAAVolleyball Completes Engagemeni Plans Classified .--......-....... . -Daily-Gary McIlvain ANNUAL WORKSHOP-150 delegates attended Assembly Association's workshop which is intended to promote a better understanding of the association and to establish more efficiency within each residence hall. Attending officers and deleg...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…M171 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 'When upnions Are Fre Truth Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. )AY, OCTOBER 19, 1958 NIGHT EDITOR: PHILIP MUNCK D...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

….... . WILLOW VILLAGE: NAACP Officials Claim Contracts Not Honored. (Continued from Page 1) according to Marion F. Wilson in her book, "The Story of Willow Run." As the veterans began to come back from overseas housing was needed for those who planned to work in Detroit or go to the Uni- versity. Although these housing units were originally only planned to last for five years, the lack of building matei'ials pressed them into use as veteran...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Su orthwestern Swamps Favored Michigan, £ 5-24 liornton, Fowler Lead Wildcats' Attack; Tolverines Crushed in Second Period Hawkeyes Stage Second-Half Comeback To Upset Fourth-Ranked Badgers, 20-9 were sharp all over, and they were THORNTON CUTS -- Dick Thornton (right), Northwestern's as high as they could get." Besides Ptacek's injury, Michi- tricky quarterback who ran and passed through Michigan's de- gan's only casua...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY &etween the Xitej By CARL RISEMAN CLAS'S1IED U-U_ 1__ _I__ ___ __ __ ___ ______-- --____ - -- ~ Enter Northwestern NOR''lW>±STERN'S Ara Parseghian has been taking a back seat in Big Ten football since he became head coach of the Wildcats in 1956. The position of head football coach at Northwestern has been an unenviable job in the last few years and for the first two years of his reign Parseghian diidn't add much luster...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

…THE MICNIGAN DAILY iS U, avy Lose as Upsets Stagger Grid Powers oilermakers Halt Spartan Offense; flini, Buckeyes Topple Big Ten Foes Georgia Tech Strengthens Defense To Hold Unbeaten Auburn to 7-7 Tie By The Associated Press v LAFAYETTE -Purdue's Boiler- nakers, perennial spoilers of vichigan State football seasons, irtually knocked the Spartans out f the Big Ten race today, 14-6. Snarling back from a defeat by Visconsin last week...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

…MEN'S & WOMEN'S FALL-.FASHIONS itALC, D3a itt SPECIAL' SECTION eivTL eirunu. n-MT Tf-Ti:At GiTlAY OCTOBR 1. 158 ADVERM .'T ADVEUISEM,"ENNAT"V, ri nazu al 'eai'vv v++a- a, FALLL FASHION FEATU RE ., N. * . :; ; M …

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT FASHIONS: Footwear Revives 'Long Look' of Twenties 4 Shades of the Twenties! The big fashion trademark of that by-gone era; the combination of short skirts and "long" shoes, is, with us once again this fall. The "long" shoe achieves its ef- fect with the tapered toe and the sculptured heel, 'the slender lines of both features accentuating the length of the foot. Cycle Completed The T-strap of the 1920's, w...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 11

…AT3VMMEMENT THE MCMGAN DAILY ADVERT '' aw r.aDVE wlsrrTISEMENT THE Mf/iCHiG .AN Ds ersAILYADERs To Enter Coat Scene Detailing follows the general trend in fashion, concentrating at the waist or the back of the coat. Collars on tweeds remain small; rounded and understated, letting the interest focus on a low placed bow almost touching the hem line or outstanding and roomy pockets hugging the hipline. Sleeves Tapered Sleeves are discreetl...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 12

…ADVERTISEMENT Z'HE ?MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT "INCe STORE HOURS DAILY 9 to 5:30 II - MICHIGAN-TESTE;D ( 4 For wet, windy AnnY Arbor weather, the ' ___ oplin III utility rain coats are a necessity. On the left is illustrated a weatherized poplin coat imported from Switzerland, long, staple Egyptian cotton. An excellent value at only $' e)95 i L.4 For colder Ann Arbor weather storm c...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 13

…ADVERTISEMENT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT CasualnessAccents Accessories 'Relaxed Look' To Follow Extreme Chemise Fashions YOUTHFUL ATTITUDE: 1958's Trends Approach 1920' With less dress draping the forms of modern American wo- men, more attention is being di- rected to the accompanying ac- eessories, all of which reflect the loose, relaxed casualness of the country look. With hemlines ...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 14

…ADVERTISEIU = E MICM+GAN DALI[LY ADVERnSEMM-Tr ADVERTISEMENT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT ENS, WOMENS FASHIONS COORDINATED:_ Shaggier, Bulkier Sweaters Take Over for Fall OE Ivy League Styles Remain Popu Despite Trend to Conservatism ., Womens The latest fashion designs this ear are merely a continuation of trend which began a few years go - that of hiding the fem- zine figure as best as possible. And this year the extreme has een ...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 15

…e rvam. THY MIIGA DA1 ILYH ADVERTISEMENT 95'$ jA7L V 7 .1. 15 4' . A. J Formals To Feature. Practicality, Simplicity Campus Hair Styles Favor r ~^ - ^ I'~ j D i Icasi iy epT u The big change in women's for- mal fashions this year is an in- clination to a more covered up look. Formal dresses are coming out with narrow or wide straps or even" with sleeves instead of the strap- less look. Something that is very much talked about in New Yo...…

October 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 29) • Page Image 16

…TH MICHIGAN DAILY ADVERTISEMENT ky}4«wrf -.NG WITH DESIGNS: Fashion Writers Alter Style "Purchase from Puichase" Not only are the styles of fashion always changing. 9o also are the hakin styles of writing about fashions high. changing. Ad A collection of advice about whatev fashions, written a century ago, Care would read something like the accord folloying: the en 1858 Fashion--Why Change? sion. A Because change is one of na- her be ture...…

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