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December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…ALASKA RETURNS BURY NIXON See Page 4 C, , r Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom 41v :43 IA - tt]g CLOUDY, SNOW VOI. LXIX, No. 2ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1958 FIVE CENTS EIGHT PA Wolverine Cagers Trounce Pitt in Opener, 75- C 'I Guards Star in Easy Upset Winl Mins ters T Ao% Panthers' Guard Scores 28 Points By JIM BENAGH Berlin -Daily-Peter Anderson STRICTLY FOR BIG BOYS-Michigan's Gordie Rogers (6'6") and Pit...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dirks Claims Lack Religiou OKLAHOMA! O.K. Religion is the "poor Cinderella" ofthe disciplines offered by today's universities, the Rev. J. Edward L Dirks, of the Yale Divinity School, He presented the Protestant point of view at an appraisal ses- sion of a National Consultative } HI 66e Conference on Religion and the State University which met at the 10University recently. Sponsored by the Office of Reli- gious Affairs and...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

…DICPMER , 1959 TRY, MICHIGAN DAILY DECEMBER 2. 19$8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Negotiations Fail To Halt UAW Sntrike DETROIT (-P - A United Auto Workers strike against the Elec- tric Auto-Lite Co. in seven cities began yesterday when last-ditch contract negotiations failed. The UAW called the strike at a union-set noon deadline for an agreement on a new national con- tract to replace a pact that ex- pired Aug. 1. The union said 8,500 employes were...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 4

…Six)ty-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 N 2-3241 ben Opinions Are Free Truth Will Preval' AT THE CAMPUS: St. Trinian's At It Again BEWARE, GENTLE READER, for the St. Trinian girls have unleashed fresh horrors upon the bowed heads of the people of England. St. Trinian's is a shocking and infa...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

…AT, DE BIER 2, 4958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~Y DCEBE 2 158TH MCHGA DIL x I I < - DAILY OFFICIAL E r« .::. -. - Cont nued from Page 4) on Tues., Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m. Rm. 130-, Bus. Admin. Bldg. Topics to be dis-, cussed are: 1) Ethics and Business; 2) Big Business vs. Small Business, 3) Building Up Your Business, and 41 Preparing Yourself for the Management Job. Academic Notices Alfred P. Sloan Fellowships: Seniors who are planning to teach high...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE SDAY, DECEMBER z, 1959 I COMPLETE -- ' . I' t i Pros Hold Player Draft FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE T* & Tice & ren 1107 S. University Ave. STORE HOURS: 9A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. By The Associated Press Iowa quarterback All-American Randy Duncan was selected by the Green Bay Packers as the number one choice in the annual National Football League in Philadelphia yesterday. Duncan, the leading passer in the nation and fie...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 7

…S2, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Baltimore Wins Pro Grid Crown CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I' K.o By CHUCK KOZOLL Six seasons of NFL bumps and bruises finally paid off for the Baltimore Colts Sunday when they clinched the Western Divisior title by subduing the San Fran- cisco 49ers, 35-27. Trailing 27-7 after a shoddy first half, the Colts scored four times in the second stanza. John Unitas combined his league-lead- ing passing arm with the runn...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MVichigan Cages Stirprise Pitt in Opener, 75-55 Sophomre Tidwell Tops 'M' Scorers; All-America Hennon High for Panthers (Continued from Page 1) was trying to set up Hennon to score, was the turning point." The coach, pleased especially with his defense, credited Tidwell for guarding Hennon very well. Lead at Half When Tidwell left the playing floor with a couple of minutes re- maining in the game, Hennon had connecte...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 9

…CHRISTMAS :Y L ilt FEATURE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 158 I? - T. Ii u ;. _. ,. :" ;:ti7 'A.. "' '' f - . :.t,: w L} { C h w y,.. ' k { q:" i ;:k ;1 3.. t >::.: to iV R Srt.i;hilp * 4 a' / .r °, This edition is designed to help you with your / Christmas shopping problems. You will find many q! l i >1 t t appropriate gift suggestions in the following pages ..... ,dddww& mm Imommmmmm- …

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY (oungsters Set To Blast Off With Latest in Christmas Toys By MARTIN ZONIS I Don't panic? The youth of America are not preparing for a Russian invasion, but are actually just playing with their toy rockets and space satel- lites. These toys are symbolic of a current trend-the children of today yearn to imitate the scien- tists and spacemen that they hear their parents talking about. To sell toys this Christmas, com- panie...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 11

…T rI MIIGAN fAILY ! *&We JAY, DECEMBER 2, 19b5 sa .. _ MUSIC ADDS TO TRADITION: Records Capture Spirit of Christmas Through Classical, Popular Favorites BY ANITA FELDMAN From Handel to Johnny Mathis, from Mantovani to Patti Page, the spirit of Christmas is brought to us on record. Tinsel and mistletoe are not enough to complete the decor of the home at Yuletide season. Fam- ilies around the world search through their record cabinets, pu...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RUSSIANS RETAIN TRADITIONS: Celebration Centers on Family Latin. Americans Enjoy Balmy Yule BI Y"LE S~ ~ 7 LITTL BR Make I Christ) one of model mode/s Other; By CAROLE SCHEMM Christmas has also been frowned "We struggle against religion," upon. Nickolay Lenin said shortly after In the old days the Upenski the Bolshevik revolution in 1917- Cathedral in Kiev and the St. but the celebration of Christmas Petersburg Cathed...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 13

…AT, DECEMBER 2,1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saints, Goblins Help Sweden Observe Christma By JAN RAHM Christmas is the happiest time of the whole year in Sweden and most Swedes will argue that no other country celebrates the yule season with more joy and enthusi- asm. As in most big cities all over the the world, many Swedish urbanites do not hold to the Christmas tra- ditions, some of which actually started before Christianity came to Sweden. ...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY.DECEMBER 2, PRINT SALE: Distorted useu shamas candle is used to light the T o O f ethers. benedictions are repeated in Hebrew and English praising ~ " God as Israel's deliverer. Represents Eternal Light The candles ar e usually placedI in a "Menorah" which represents By CHARLAINE A the eternal light found burning "For as little as above the ark in all synagogues students will be abl and temples. Today it assumes ...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 15

…1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY eature 'Midas Touch' By NANCY VERMULLEN Christmas vacation beckons right around the calendar-and with it, the chance to discard campus cos- tumes in favor of exciting new holiday fashion. King Midas had nothing on this season's styles-the golden touch glitters everywhere. From the top of a gilded party hairdo to the tip of a golden kidskin pump, the new look is a shimmering one so right for your holiday mood, Golde...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 16

…TUESDAY, mn'" W rV IMW A TY I A Ki±I~Ef~r1 ~~uiu League Well Balanced Purdue, Northwestern, MSU, Iowa Favored To Battle for Indiana's Title ;0 VISIT THE INDIA ART SHIOP for e Genuine Rock Crystal * Imported Silk Scarves A 'EvePninn Bnn s frnm India i By FRED KATZ The clock has struck midnight for Indiana's cinderella team, de- fending basketball champions of the Big Ten. The Hurryin' Hoosiers hurried their way from a most dismal 195...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 17

…9195S THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'Wr' Leads to Tank Success Michigan's NCAA Swimming Champions Devote Many Hours to Tireless Practice handled wi tl the y're d z) By DICK MINTZ ".Champions are made not born," is a maxim that finds its greatest truth in the swimming world. The Wolverine swim team, NCAA and Big Ten title holders, know all too well after an exhaust- ing day of practice what work forged the crown that now sits on its head. "Work, w...…

December 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 62) • Page Image 18

…~E1( THE MICHIGAN DAILY irst Christmas Card Raised Furor SPECIAL 4 By PETER DAWSO3N Men's l00% o He sponsored yearly contests In the "Twenties," cards became Us All," but many said "Here's reindeer, and it says "A Merry e first Christmas card, printed with prizes up to $5,000 to get the more sleek, sophisticated, and ir- How." One card from the late Christmas." On opening to the D R ESS TR 46, set off a blast from the best possible designs for...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

… Purdue Illinois 31! Indiana ...6 Auburn ... .6 . . . . . . . . Oklahoma . . 23 Colorado.. .7 Notre Dame . 40 Georgia Tec (h " Su if pD _PMich. State . . 7ERI ftAU~'0*' 8 Minnesota... 0 Florida . . . . 5 Navy . *. . . . 20 Duke . . 0_ Lf /GbV l3'f.lA.'.GG a r w iea a..". w..r va.. vas . _...__ . °"._ _ t - BAGWELL VS. WILLIAMS: TWO VIEWS See Page 4 C, r 1MwF Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom 'Ah :43 CLOUDY, COOL -0 ...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…311CRIG_1N DAILV SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1958 TILEMIC IGANDAIY SNDA.._O ._..2,1.. Professor To Discuss Experiences k i THEATRE NOTES "Unity in Diversity," a survey of Indonesia, will be the featured topic for discussion on the Uni- versity television series 'Under- standing Our World" to be seen at 9 a.m. today on WXYZ-TV, Detroit. "The average Westerner knows practically nothing about Indo- nesia." Prof. Stephen Paraskevop- oulos of the ar...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 2

…Offerings in Mystery wIin h MAGAZINE N HIS new pseudo-fictional case Gerald does not notify the po- The second novel cited is by a Vol. V, No. 2 Sunday, November 2, 1958 The Gallows Garden, (Rine- lice of his discovery and soon he new writer named William Mole, hart, 256 pp., $2.95) Ken Crossen, has ingratiated himself with a and features Supt. Strutt of the under the pen name M.E. Chaber, group of criminals and appears to West End C.I.D. and ...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…i 1Ti Viii V aar. . PANHEL BALL: Les Cartes Royales' Motif To Feature Playing Cards "Les Cartes Royales" will be held Friday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the League ballroom, according JGP To Hold Meeting Soon A mass meeting for the Junior Girls' Play will be held on Nov. 12 in the League, according to! Peggy Bayne, '60, co-chairman ofC publicity. The central committee will be introduced to the group and the functions of the various commit- tees...…

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…Report on British Higher Educa ion A Former Univers y Student Finds it Excellent but with Faults 1 AVING SPENT a yer as an exch ,e tudent at the Uni- versity of I onn. one returns to the United e o find an aid tntre.t ini Iis 'to liher educ tion. A 'if d usrpton of sante of the mechanies of an English unit versity will provide a general basis of reference with which to con- sider the British approach to higher education. Indirectly it might c...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…P tP t Mtt Dally ,I Behind Michigan's Sixty-Ninth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN necn upinionnAre Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBtcLATIONS Trutb 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 2, 195...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 4

…British Universities Uescrtibecl as E xcellent p3K 'cimcif3 can unicmit csidnt. In general Itmld be :ble to a cnd a pulic it coild be safe to say utat rsjty. l t ?ged American iaduate n n rma iached the Pit tI level, ice ii d Dc ccci I "cciit dca cx iimmacon Whic moot Briish t cl'eiccit c i- ciis i''cit l g tccc- ic i c i lii lii ' iit an is the pirma i of an acdeicc ad intellectual elite wili the out- look of spcialists. If thi c seems like a...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…1958 ~MTCMIGAN~ Democrats Could Win 3-2 Margins in House, Senate (Continued from Page 1) peared certain of picking up one House seat, had a good chance of gathering in three more, and an outside chance of ousting two other Republicans. Clear across the nation, in New York, wealthy Nelson Rockefeller flashed to the front in specula-' tion about 1960. In a race in which another millionaire, Demo- crat Averell Harriman, once looked like a shoo-...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 5

…A Window to the Communist World Poland, Seeking Western Contacts, Again Welcomes Tourists By THOMAS TURNER POLAND, devastated by war and retarded by Communism, is again welcoming Western tourists. Tourists from the West can provide a real shot in the arm for the sa ing Polish economy. sinre most visitors now come from the other "socialist countries" of Eastern Europe and bring with them levas or mark: as worthless as the Polish zloty. And bec...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 6

…e Lead ~~~~TEMICiIGAN DAILY !awkeyes Lead Bi Ten; Beat Wolverines,~ SUNDAY, NOVEMBER , 195 I37W4 (ildcats, Thornton Shut Out OSU, 21-0; (isconsin, Purdue, Indiana Victorious Fleming, Jeter Lead Iowa To Fourth Conference Win -I Coninued from Page I By The Associated Press EVANSTON, Ill - Sophomore )ick Thornton passed for North- vestern's longest aerial touchdown n history in the third period and hen ran and tossed for two more cores in th...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 6

…Who ReallyWants A New Constitution? By DAVID TARR THERE IS, at times, a strange normally cannot agree on the tion does not need some sort of affinity between o p p o s i n g time of day. revision. But the chances of a forces. Take, for instance, poli- For many years now students favorable vote Tuesday are, to say tics - Michigan politics to be of government have been lament- the least, slim; there is little ac- exact. ing the sorry condition o...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 7

…AWMAY. VnV'PMRLM 2.195S L _HI G DAILY z @'6Jmn '&i. ',?fVlUPMRU 1D+ 9 1In u~'oR ICUAW A N INSlIEC HATTER . by S1 COLEMIAN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING #; i A. iL :i l U cf 1eat THEE ''ETWO W AYS that a tam can go down to defeat. It can biher ie hum- '_d like Michigan was in the Northwestern game, or it can go down fighting and have nothing at all to be ashamed of, like Michig:n did yesterday in the Iowa game. For three periods, two evenly-...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 7

…The Dark Houses-Crec'o of a Poet Donald Hall Examines the Human Condition in His New Book By NELSON S. 110 THE DARK HOUSES. By Donald Hall. Viking Press, 1958. $3. A8 THE SECOND published vol- ume of poetry by Donald Hall, who is now Assistant Professor of English at this University, The Dark Houses is a surprisingly uni- fied book. Such a total kind of unity rare- ly occurs in the works of the mod- ern poets even though such vol- umes are un...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 41) • Page Image 8

…-11! MICHIGAN DAILY 4DAY,' Celtic Cagers Trounce Pistons, 112-98 By The Associated e ing king a year ago who usually BOSTON - Tommy Heinsohn plays havoc with Boston defenses. tossed in 31 points and veteran topped the Pistons with a com- Bob Cousy surpassed the 4,000- paratively small point total of 17. mark in assists last night in help- Phil Jordan contributed 16,.whil In the Boston Celtics to a 112-98 Wally Dukes and Gene Shue each Natio...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 8

…FLOWERS S eOatiie AND GIFTS 334 South State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan NO 3-5049 o ScSALE ($1.00 to $3.00 Values) COSTUME JEWELRY ~att LAE ESN 209 South State St. (Belows Mar hll'n i ok s On 5 ) Oct. 29, 1929-Just Another Day The Weather Was Dismal But Times Were Good; Stock Market Irregularities Worried Few People By STEPHEN HEILPERN NEW YORK City was damp and j The legitimate atage was also chilly. The mercury had having an excellent season...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…w - 7 7, - - - - W - - IONNx - 1 -.I - - U - - - w . Greene's Ideas on achieving cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES Vol. V, No. 2 2udY ovme, 1958 Dog:* You mean you get credit at GREENE'S? Man : That's about the size of it. Dlog:# Like what are the restrictions? Man: Oh, the usual .., payment due 10th of the month following, bonao fide student, member of the human race, and like that. Dog: Well. That last lets me out you know. Mon : Hang lo...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 9

…r f' * tContinuec en; mPie 6 i ues for h11,ats, and sales tax ;ire those vhof;IOt a d a stic re- have a disproporoate rprese vwould all be in jeopardy if the mvoney for schools and local govv- duzction in the muntrr of cunties taton, acoring t o poutin ernments. and crtim heof thenumer of the L uyilature. doimient wlas suiected to iasud -furmctin o t.wn.h1 at it verhauIing." the BIueu BUT 1 M imp t toi tIe ThE1 ta eis a d Sro 'GGING ALONG clos...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…-u ~aT -~ - ,-~- - - - ~ -~ ", -w - '-~ U- - - - - 7 - - .- - - minimnwmmm rrrrirrrw r.r5rrr rnnA+® Offerings in Mystery Amw e irt i g tn Bally THE HOURS AFTER MIDNIGHT: Masterful Suspense in t MAGAZ I N E Sunday, November 2, 1958 IN HIS new pseudo-fictional case I Gerald does not notify the po- The Gallows Garden, (Rine- lice of his discovery and soon he hart, 256 pp., $2.95, Ken Crossen, has ingratiated himself with a under the pen na...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 10

…A Visit to Poland (Continued from Page 5) new apartments directly outside those with the Tartars hundreds the industrial complex itself of years ago has damaged it. The latter is surrounded by armed guards and a ta11 fenee. Krakow has preserved its old business section as the center of Inside, the equipment is impres- the moden city. Thss activity ive but bears Russian name still cente on the market square. latses. Asd tie rolIn mill in psi Kr...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…-Now, --w A Viit ta Palnd (Continued from Page 5) those with the Tartars hundreds of years ago has damaged it. Krakow has preserved its old business section as the center of the modern city. Thus activity still centers on the market square. Krakow also contains Wawel castle, where Polish kings and poets are interred. The castle has1 a legend of its own, of a dragon' which lived in a cave below it; it is also a record of Polish archi- tectur...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 11

…THE HOURS AFTER MIDNIGHT: . Masterful Suspense in tJ THE HOURS AFTER MIDNIGHT. Ione morning, Charles and Helen By Joseph Hayes. 182 pp. New York: Randon House. $3. AUTHOR JOSEPH HAYES has made his reputation by de- veloping masterful suspense with- in the everyday environment of the home, He *id this first in "The Des- perate Hours," a novel which he translated successfully to the stage. Now he has repeated his formula with a short novel wher...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

… I - *~ "T ~ British Universiis Described as Excellent (Continued from Page 3) can university student. In general should be able to attend a public it probably would be safe to say university, that a good American graduate has reached the Part I level, the In Britain, far more than inexmntnwhc mstBish the UnitedStates, a college educa- I examination which most British theUniedStaes a ollgeedua-students face a year before they tion is the prov...…

November 02, 1958 • Page Image 12

… Greene's Ideas on achieving cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES Dog: You mean you get credit at GREENE'S? Man: That's about the size of it. Dog: Like what are the restrictions? Man: Oh, the usual . .. payment due 10th of the month following, bona fide student, member of the human race, and like that. Dog: Well. That last lets me out you know. Man: Hang loose, dog. Greene's may yet come through for dogdom. Dog: So who needs it? Man: Well, there's m...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

…llp mmir- , - , p =o4 o <=;OC- :ac ;;>o (o> ;;;> 4;;;c c.=.- 4:;;=> c o FLOWERS 0 4oa g AND GIFTS 334 South State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan NO 3-5049 > J( 04<7=>05;;r;><==> c<=;;> c ;;;;;;>,<;;;> 0;;;0 ' < S8Ce SALE ($1.00 to $3.00 Values) COSTUME JEWELRY c 0 at aA D 209 South Sate St. (Below Marshalls sBook Store) O0 ->< -0 ->< -0--0--o -y<-o -y -y< -o io ~ l } {) ' t7 )t { + 3 t.._ o i i Oct. 29,1929-Just Another Day The Weather Was Di...…

November 02, 1958 (vol. 5, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

…_____________________________ ~ - - - -- - - ~- -~ Tho Really Wants A New Cositution The Dark Houses-Creao off Donald Hall Examines the Human" Condition in His New Boo By DAVID TARII THERE IS, at times, a strange affinity between o p p o s i n g forces. Take, for instance, poli- tics -- Michigan politics to be exact. One of the strangest mixtures of political and special interest groups in many years has result- ed this fall from the propo...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…DULLES ADMITS CHIANG'S 'NAKEDNESS' S~r ua 43att See Page 4 Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXIX, No. 14ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1958 FIVE CENTS' CLOUDY, WARMER SIX PA S . y _ t Deans Aprove Calendar Change Shorten Final Examination Period; Add Week to Christmas Vacation By LANE VANDERSLICE The Deans' Conference determined a "new look" in University calendars yesterday with its approval of the calendar com...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY'LItu!Al OOTJBALL WEEKEND: 'U', MSU To Hold Joint Concert, Dances Summer Camp Gives Engineers Experience I FIELD WORK-A student surveyor works near Hoback Canyon which adjoins'the Camp Davis boundary line. Twenty-miles north of this scene lie the spectacular Grand Teton Mountains. Camp Davis is also only a few miles from the Jackson Hole National Park. FIRST FLIGHT LEAVES: Detroit Metropolitan Airport Begfns Regular Opera...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…: r MT~a1'Av_ fnrVqnRFR 2 155 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE, TH M THE MICIITGAN DAILY PAGE, THREir 17E .U ART MUSEUM EXHIBIT: Artists Interpret Nature's Designs 'Intuitively' New Course To Explain Soviet Life Aim of the new Soviet Union course is to "make vivid the Soviet Union's development and its chal- lenge to us," according to Prof. William B. Ballis of the political science department and chairman of the course. In accomplishing this, th...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…Ujl* ti4ligan aifg 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 "Now All We've Got To Do Is Sell the Doggone Things" 1_.__- ~- -- ~r P P .1 ~~?~ "When Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" AT THE STATE 'Big Country' Simply Shown THE WORD "big" has been used and misused so frequently in ...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

….4 farm THF, MFC,= sAN BAI[LY .5. 9t Y 1G Ye' 18535 ia4na.. ,aa..%aa a.,.rL a,- COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Nuclear Reactor Presented to UCLA JAIL +. By NAN MARKEL LOS ANGELES, Calif.-An ac- cident-proof nuclear reactor, which: will probably run 10 years on a one-time dose of uranium 235, has been presented to UCLA by the Atomic Energy Commission. The reactor was developed by the AEC, specifically for education training and contains three seoa- r...…

October 02, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYTHURSDAY I ~ 1 l Coaches Notice Defensive Flaws NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S ' First Series Contest By DICK MINTZ Almost as many coaches popu- lated the Michigan defensive line- up yesterday as players. With only a few days remaining before the big game against MSU, coaches were quick to catch defen- sive flaws of the squad from their strategic field positions. Across the line of scrimmage, a reserve eleven, coached in Sp...…

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