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January 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MORNING See editorial page Y 5k&43AU Iait9~ CONSERVATIVE 1 igh--32 Low-13 Partly cloudy with slight chance of snow Vol LXXIX, No. 92 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, January 19, 1969 Ten Cents Twelve Pages RC INAUGURATION Festivities sparkle sans Dick is it f rYti is l : :; {S"+r3 ,: }':$',y' ,'r ?;l:f -{: ,,.: ,Tr ' ZY" :. . <.4 " " ii;>' l: By CHARLES d'ANN ARBOUR Jet Set Extraordinaire Not being among the 18,000 inaugurati...…

February 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… KEEPING THE STATE OUT OF JOURNALISM See editorial page Ci r L~Ar Dnat UNCHANGI] I igh--38 Lo--17 Partly cludy little temperature c NG hange Eight Pages Vol. LXXIX, No. 118 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, February 19, 1969 Ten Cents Gen. Hershey: He 'l last as long as the draft By HOWARD KOHN Associate Editorial Director WASHINGTON-The 90th Congress will severely restrict deferments. to conscien- tious objectors if Lt. Gen. ...…

March 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…VOTE TODAY SGC ENDORSEMENTS See editorial page Y sit 43UU ~!Iait*F VOTE TODAY Polls Open 9:30-5:30 Vol. LXX1X, No. 138 Ann Arbor Michigan-Wednesday, March 9, 1969 Ten Cents tudenelections ballot:Bundle ofblun By ROBERT KRAFTOWITZ concern that the literary college candidates' names were put on indicate yes 0 and no (1) for instructions. It was too compli- vo Errors and ambiguities in faculty will hot view the re- the ballot, he said, "ther...…

June 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…3 A.M. EDITION Y gut 74 I.aitF MUGGY High--75 Lo we-55 cloudy, possible showers Vol. LXXIX, No. 30-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, June 19, 1969 Ten Cents Four Pages / NOT ENOUGH STUDENTS:, Van DerHout wal ks out on RO1TC'8stud By ERIKA HOFF Student Government Council Executive Vice President Marc Van Der Hout yesterday walked out of the Senate As-I sembly committee which is studying the role of ROTC onG campus after members rejec...…

July 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…BROADWAY JOE: BACK IN THE SADDLE See-Sports, Page 6 CZ Bk 43az1~ *A& 743 atty SOGGY High-83 Low-62 Cloudy, showers and thundershowers Vol. LXXIX, No. 47-S /fAnn Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, July 19, 1969 Ten Cents Six Pages Il i I DEEAT S DISCounT GC PLAN IBUDGET NTERNAL CUTS PLAN , i i , c 1 r 1 - E , C s, The Regents yesterday took a hardline stand against the creation of a University bookstore, defeating both a pro-a posal spon...…

August 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…Camille cuts sweeping path of destruction GULFPORT, Miss. (A'-Ravaged by 150-mile- an-hour winds, raging tides and fire, much of Mississippi's coastal strip lay virtually helpless last night-shattered by the worst hurricane that ever hit America's mainland. Thousands were homeless. Help was on the way but rescue work was slowed by the sheer mass of wreckage left by Hurricane Camille. Coast Guard and Civil Defense reports listed 46 killed. Thi...…

September 19, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…TACH-IN POLITIC S See Editorial Page LY Si 4JUUg a ~E~AtA MILD fligli-7 Low-4 8 Partly sunny and cooler Vol. LXXX, No. 14 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, September 19, 1969 Ten Cents 'Ubookstore: Better han ivingit to U EDITORtS NOTE: The Regents are ex- fear that a University bookstore will be could save from $13 to $20 on $150 worth This summer, the Regents ordered an For example, charging $10 for a six- In addition, ieced to make their fin...…

October 19, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…Ohio State ., Nittitesothi ... 3 Puiirduie . . . . . . 35 Iowa . .. ..... 31 Indiana ...... 4I Illinois ....... 20 Northwestern 27 Wisconsin . . . . 7 Southern Cal .14 Notre Dame ..14 Tennessee ... 41 Alabama .....14 Penn State.. .15 Syracuse .....14 Slippery Rock 29 Wilmington.. 20 State r By ANDY BARBAS Executive Sports Editor Special to the Daily EAST LANSING-Certain elements of immaturity were fatal to Michigan's foot- ball team y...…

November 19, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…lien la SPACE CENTER, Houston (P) - Two Americans landed on the moon's Ocean of Storms this morning. Charles Conrad Jr. and Alan L. Bean piloted the mooncraft Intrepid to a landing on the eastern shore of the vast plain to begin a 311%-hour stay on the lunar surface. They are the third and fourth men to land on the moon. Ahead are two expeditions on foot over the powdery soil for a total of seven hours of man's first far-ranging scientific e...…

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