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March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…SOUTHERNERS' CLUB See rage 4 [I:.. . r A61F A60F t t r ~Iuii4H ;rN- '- :-. Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 119 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1949 FAIR, WARMER PRICE FIVE CENTS Investigators Begin WES Feud Probe Five Educators Query Witnesses By The Associated Press A committee of five out-of- state educators yesterday launched an unofficial inquiry into the year-old feud over the University's Workers Educational Serv...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…T H E M ICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARICU 20, 1940 ________________________ I'. Twio-Mile Relay Sinishes Second Michi-,an's two-mile relay ,eam flashed its best forn to ib date to capture second place in d the Knights of Columbus Re- a lays at Cleveland Friday night. Lg The fast-flying Wolverines were barely edged from the top ofhonor spot by a fleet Syracuse quartet, as captain Bob Thom- ason just failed to catch the easterner's anchor man at ...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…THlE MICHIG.AN DATTY PAGE TAR Gymnasts Win, 61-35; Fencer Tird iny State Meet "; Michigan at Top in Final Dual Meet with Badgers By HERB MUNZEL Third in total points for the The Wolverine gymnasts "hit night was Badger Bill Kennedy, their peak" last night, according who was runnerup in tumbling, to Coach Newt Loken, as they took third on the flying rings, trounced Wisconsin, 61-35, in a and came in fourth on the dual meet at the I-M...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…TIIfl E NMIC f 1CGA N -I-) i7 1 i MOI~O i4 Southerners' Club THE DEATH. of, thef Southerners' Club be- fore-( it had officiatlly been born means att the ve 'Ule1(1.A asllthe hurtfull defe'atof whate eou1l have bee n somethiiag new ,and very important In the f;ield of human under- Whiat.started as an innocent P~latt to bliring students, from a specific region to- gethelir ifor littl e tmore thtan purposes of self -enjoyment h.., grown to a ...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAI. LY FA H ~ - -,%OWW I^ ^ T ~ ___._ _ VOllL LIJ..XE ROUNDUP: ParhedThratsDecry Campus Liquor Laws FIGURES IN EVERYTHING:, SL Keeps President, JiminJaiis I Tickets for 'Tovarieci' G o on Salde Tomor-1-rowv Final bustling is in progress for ! A mr atiiiee :,h i d ft 2:: 0l)it as"" lh l i dlightful plajY By PHIL DAWSON. Most students will struggle to the end. for liquor--aipparently it ..ubricates their gregariousness....…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1919 U YOUTH WORK VETERAN: Dr. Lemon Helps Student Feel at Home * * * * By JANET WATTS Perhaps the "no distinction be- tween students and townspeople" rule at the Presbyterian Churchr accounts for the fact that student. make up more than half of th' Sunday congregation at the Washtenaw Avenue church. The Rev. William P. Lemon pastor and director of student ac-y tivities there for the past 15 years expla...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

….:." ........... I r~~'1 '."'., e t ' ' '. N!J f y d^"1 lzl E FISlES SIRING of FASHIONS iisk ,j . S lip" S t / i tS Presenting 9 K' li i (3it ~ I"I S I t ttt + ti., ° t i 7'f~~rI s14 a of to spring please treasures the heart the _I sampling feminine % -.. ; 1s 1 and turn male head . a 2 T ... I …

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 8

…I -THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, M~.ARCH 20, 1 9 _____________________ U I Law-Engine Feud Ended 'Swing-out' Cop, Gown Day Formerly Launched Senior Activities Tradition Suspended in '41 Senior Swing-out, one of the oldest of senior class traditions, seems to have taken its place in the ranks of the forgotten along with many other formerly cher- ished customs. Inaugurated back in the 1870's, Swing-out was the day on which seniors would first ...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 9

…Cotton To Rule Over Spring, Vacation Styles By MIRIAM CADY As precious brocades were sub- mitted to plain and simple pat- terns this winter, so cottons this spring will take on a new appear- ance with high styling empha- sized. Serious designers have gone in- to the business of cottons this year as never before to glorify the plain summer frocks as well as play and resort clothes. Textile manufacturers, too, of- fer a wider variety of cottons ...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAX, Transparent Fashion Featured by Diorski The Grass Is Riz? 0 0 13y DEA-I WTISONRLOOM Democracy may finally infil- trate into the illusive fashion world, according to Lili Diorski, world renowned camouflageur of housemaid's knee. Diorski, who in her college days! played left hatrack for the Paris college of Exterior Decorateurs, reveals that her latest fashion cre- ations-which she says "will put a sack on every ...…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 11

…1949 THE MCIGNDAILY PACE . . . . . .... . ........ . ... ............. .......... . .......... . . . . ................. . . .. ------------------- - . . . . . . .... . .. . ............................................................ ........ . ...... - ! 11 11 '111111 1-111111 "Impol - Dark MakeuAp Tints Change Wi th Season Regardless of what I he wther+l is-whether its one of those lu -J like-spring" days or one that f's unmistakably....…

March 20, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 119) • Page Image 12

…GE six THE MIChICAN DAILY PIECING LIFE TOGETHER: War Memories Symbolized By Skirts Made of Scraps I The war left the world with the task of piecing together the rem- nants of life-like sewing differ- ent scraps of cloth on a lining to make them whole. In fact a recent visitor here, Mme. Adrienne M. Boisevain of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, started a movement among the women there to make skirts out of scraps as a symbol of the united world t...…

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