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February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… FISHBOWL, GAZA STRIP CALLED HAZARDOUS See Page 4 Y Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom maii4 CONTINUED COLD High-28 Low-18 Partly cloudy, cold this aftrenoon. VOL. LXX, No. 95 Swimmers Meet Indiana ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 FIVE CENTS SIX PA I By HAL APPLEBAUM Michigan will lay its 33 dual meet win streak on the line this afternoon when it hosts powerful Indiana at 3:30 in Varsity Exhibi- tion Pool. On the ...…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…fTWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, , . , RDED DEGREE: events Apnrove Vincent's Retirement AT FLINT COLLEGE: New Gifts, Grants Accepted Yesterday II~' eRegents approved the re- Lent of Prof. Edward T. Vin- from the faculty of the en- ring college, giving him the of professor emeritus of me- ical engineering. f. Vincent joined the faculty 37 as professor of mechanical i n e e r i n g, later serving as man of that department. ...…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…I I Diplomats Increase Hope or Di Allies Work O nTalks With Soviets Experts Plan New Tactics WASHINGTON (M)-The United States and four Western allies were reported last night to have made some progress in developing a Western disarmament plan for negotiation with Russia. But disappointment at a lack of greater achievement was also' voiced by some of the allies. Top disarmament experts of the United States, Canada, France, Italy and Britain ...…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSfY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Is Affiliation Educational? n Opinions Are Freo tth Will PrevaW" ddiorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. By JAMES SEDER FRATERNITY and sororit...…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

…SATLMDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY" PAGE F" 41 L'DAF1 1ARt201900H MCHGA AIY A1 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I INDIANAPOLIS CLUB HERE: Women Swim Stars To Appear Today , " The Daily Official Bulletin is an official publication of The Univer- sity of Michigan for which The Michigan Daily assumes no edi- torial responsibility. Notices should be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to' Room 3519 Administration Build- ing, before 2 p.m. the day ...…

February 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY :' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY_; THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. FEBRUARY Swimmers Meet Indiana in Crucial Meet Voay ~mEhEhhEhIiuEhmhhhIImEN SIDE INES by Jim Benagh, Sports Editor a RON CLARK DAVE GILLANDERS ...American record-holder ... Pan-American champ JOE GERLACH FRANK LEGACKI ... AAU champion ... NCAA champion Wolverine Swim Team Overwhelms Wisconsin 65-30-; Many Regulars Rest in Anticipation of Indiana Battle N_ _ _...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…Publish or By ANITA PETROSHUS Publish or perish? "It's a spook!" Dean Roger W. Heyns of the literary college declared. "Everything being equal, the man who publishes is the man who rises more quickly," Assistant Dean of the literary college James H. Robertson said. "The debate is somewhat irrelevant and sterile," Prof. J. David Singer, of the political science department, said. "A good teacher who really contributes to an individual's growth...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,SUNDAY, MARCH 20. 1960 4vUND...as.. MAT'~ufT aO I lEA7V LP 1 Tom Patterson CAMPUS UNITED NATIONS: Students Consider World Problems (Continued from Page 1) a decision everyone knows he has carefully weighed all con- siderations." While Tom has enjoyed mak- ing decisions, he left office Thursday without any regrets about deserting his busy sched- ule of meetings. He confesses it "gets on my nerves" listen- ing to the ...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

… Soviets Accept Test Barr Ask Honor Basis Control I BREAK CALM: Rebellion Breaks Out In Bolivia LA PAZ, Bolivia (W) - A revolt by a regiment of national police shattered the weekend's calm of this capital yesterday. Small arms and mortar fire re- sounded through La Pag. Claiming the revolt was under control, government forces strove' to seal off the insurgents in the Avelino Aliaga barracks in the northern part of the city. The governme...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

…Seventieth 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 Publish or Perish: A iscussion Opinions Are Free .h Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staf writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. DAY, MARCH 20, -960 NIGHT EDITOR: KE...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

…20. 1960 r1 CULTY MEMBERS: Sabbaticals, Leaves Granted by Regents Thirty-nine sabbital leaves, nine leaves of absence and extension of two existing leaves were approved by the Regents Friday. Members of the literary college, faculty on sabbatical for the full University year 1960-61 are Prof. Erich B. Steiner of the botany department, Prof. Richard B. Bernstein of the chemistry depart- ment, Prof. James I. Crump of the Far Eastern language...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SND ising Sexton Keeps Class A Title Bradley Whips Providence In Finals of NIT Tourney By The Associated Press NSING-Lansing Sexton put nother of its dazzling come- shows last night and just aged to retain its Class A etball title with a 60-56 vic- over Pontiac Central. e Big Reds, trailing early by ints, fought back and weren't ed of their fourth state title the final minute of play;. Repeat Hero was Bob Davis, hero of S...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE S THE ICHIAN DILY AG. . . -- I Lund Sees Pitching as Key to "If, Big Ten Hopes Coach Looks to Koch and Mercereau To Bolster Wolverine Hurling Corps I SWolverine Golfers To Travel South; Season Opener Set for Next Week By DAVE COOK Michigan baseball coach Don Lund hopes to combine the efforts of a strong veteran nucleus with an improved pitching staff to boost the diamondmen into Big Ten contention this seas...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 120) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 20. 1960 V_ _ , . w ...__ .., .,.,,. I Hidden Story: Randall Basement Houses Cyclotron th Ul rc ro PE se m w fa ht is al Y( H m a] sr cJ tr tr w ez MAGNET ON-AND PEOPLE OUT-Particles from the cyclotron bombard nucleil, producing radiation, and it is these collisions which the cyclotron's scientists study. Once this warning sign lights up, all workers must clear the area. They can observe and control the...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

… Is Vol. VI, No. 7 ain4irn Sunday, March 20, 1960 MAGA '2/IA L6 BD LED THE BIG PARADE* 4 i irate t _ y s yl + INW r Tim C 0 CL C,)1 W.. W) 0n Well, actually that isn't quite true. With all of this truth-in-advertising jazz making the rounds, we'd be the last ones to deceive you. There-weren't 76 trombones (just two ocarinas) and there wasn't a big parade (it was more like an ROTC maneuver), but it sure was Greene's Cleaners they c...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

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March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t-,. - _ ; Lincoln Arts Center (continued from Preceding Page) According to the older theories,' used in building La Scala and the Philadelphia Academy of Music, it is best to put up the walls and' let theunfinished building stand without a roof for about a year to weather. Then the Vuiding will be acoustically sound. Obviously there will be no time to weather the new auditorium, and the architects will rely on sci- en...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

… Student Life Differs In Degree Not in Kind (Continued from Preceding Page) its passengers around campus as Great Playwright, then a Visiting a link to downtown was regarded Writer on campus, was enlightened almost as a social menace by an the social mores of the times,-shocked townspeople when student o"thesocil es oft,"thetimes. dates openly held hands on the "The bull eleP'hant," the Great owl run after a traveling musical Playwright assert...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 13

… Univers (Continued from Page 5) "MacGregor Center is a symbol to the communuity in memorial to Mr. MacGregor. Many generous and private sources made possible the enriched designs, many that are not common with run-of-the- mill buildings. This kind of thing can only be done with private funds." Sanders pointed out that if the University built a real gem of a building set among pools with the taxpayers' money, "that -there would have been cons...…

March 20, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…Ne w Designs to Coilege By ROBERT JUNKER COLLEGE campuses are more and more becoming showcases for architects. The schools themselves are con- cerned with developing attractive physical plants, and architects are putting some of their best ef- forts into educational buildings. College buildings appeal to ar- chitects for several reasons. They present great challenges and great rewards. A college building, the modern concept states, must "f...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

… DUE PROCESS: A LOT TO ASKA See Page 4 Y Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom Daii4 SHOWERS Low--48 Partly cloudy with possible showers during the afternoon. VOL. LXX, No. 138 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960 FIVE CENTS SIX PAGES City Police Free Student Pickets Expect More Discussion of Case Before Announcement of Decision By PETER STUART City police tentatively released 14 students and one University employee yesterday a...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 2

…wo THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEi DNESDAY, APRIL 20 Katy Johnson, League President An advanced radar photography system operates from aircraft containing radar equipment and a van on the ground containing the signal processing equipment. It has been developed by the University's Willow Run Laboratories in cooperation with the United States Army Signal Corps for airborne combat surveillance. The project has been termed "one of the most significant b...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

… ate R s Castro For Anti-A erican ]Blast Cuban Head Condemns U.S. Policy Compares America To Fascist Countries By The Associated Press WASHINGTON - The United States government yesterday came its closest yet to branding Fidel Castro a dictator. The sharp words came from the State Department after officials here were stung by the Cuban pre- mier's latest blast in his series of attacks on the United States. Castro's assertion yesterday th...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 4

…~4r l t 4" 4bal Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER. AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CON'TROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 When Opinions Are Free Truth Wit Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. DNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: THOM...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 5

… zAPRIL 20,1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ... SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION SCHEDULE COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS HORACE H. RACKHAM SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF PHARMACY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION SCHOOL OF NURSING SCHOOL OF MUSIC May 27 to June 7, 1960 For courses having both lectures and...…

April 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20,1960 M' Baseball Team itters Slap Out 14 Hits in Easy Win, itchers Limit Chips to Seven Hits allops Central Michigan, 13-4 T igers Beat Indians 4-2 in 15 Innings As American League Gets Under Way By DAVE ANDREWS Uchigan's power laden base- team rolled to an easy 13-4 ory over a good Central Michi- team in a game played yester- afternoon at Ferry Field. ...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…FORAND BI QUESTIONED See Page 4 Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom Daliv 'ii'.7(SAT A I uLXX.N.1$4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1960 . ALA4 illi 11V 1V ' G TEN CONFERENCE: Reconsider Rose Bowl By HAL APPLEBAUM Special to The Daily EAST LANSING-Big Ten par- ticipation in the Rose Bowl on an individual school basis, thought to be a dead issue, appeared likely last night as the first day's session of the Conference meetings c...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRDAY,MAY Carflonneur4 4 LITERARY WORKSHOP: T~ ~.im....................,:.: iM~uehl Discusses Role of ModernWi BUDGET-MAKER-Ron Peters guarded the money, watched expenditures, and supervised the advertising for The Daily this year. Ron Pdeters Recalls Year As Business, Manager By MORLEY GWIRTZMAN Associate Business Manager tasks may seem, you always see Reflecting" back on his past year your results in the following Reflct...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

… e Arrives in Portugral; sks New Peace Efforts ESTERN SPECULATION: (hrushchev May Face Kremlin Crisis d r I PARIS (IP)-Western statesmen quite the scene of the fantastic' summit parley yesterday, virtually convinced that a crisis in the Kremlin forced Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev to blow up the talks. First assessment of their experts suggested further that the Soviet Premier's performance in Paris was dictated by a fight for polit...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…04r mtrgan 4Bat1s Seventieth Year L7! EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "When Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth 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. RIDAY, MAY 20, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: SUSA...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…U0 1960' THlE M~IHIGA A I~L PAGE F By PATRIC BOLOGNESI Under the supervision of the. Ann Arbor Council of Churches, HOME has as its goal the estab- lishment of equal housing oppor- tunities for all residents of this city, regardless of race, national- ity, or religion. In fact, the present organization derives its name, HOME, from the first letters of the words which state its goal, Housing Opportuni- ties Made Equal. HOME is an outgrowth o...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…k ' I BRISSON TOP CO Big Te By JIM HAIDT Favorites to win their third team title in a row, the Purdue Boilermakers are the team to beat in the 41st annual Big Ten golf Championships in East Lansing today and tomorrow. They also have the player to beat in John Konsek, who has cap- tured the individual crown twice in their 18-hole match.. Michigan's only hope to wrest the individual championship from Konsek lies in Joe Brisson. Al- though Bris...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

…:1 0. THE M* 1960 THEM ubie Triumphs; ain Halts Meet I1 Special to The Daily EVANSTON -- Rain postponed play in the Big Ten Tennis Tour- nament here yesterday after only leven first-round matches had been played. Northwestern Coach Clare Ries- sen, director of the meet, said that play would be moved indoors to the University of Chicago Field- house if the rain continued. Gerry Dubie, last year's number two singles champion, was the only M...…

May 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 164) • Page Image 8

…'., h , ff DAILY O FFIC AL BU LETINor: Adult Probation Officer, Inspector -Purchasing Div. (June -1st-closing ,~date); Chief Medical Officer, Social DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETiN Worker (June 8th-final filing date). Federal Aviation Agency announces - ~ _____________________________ exams for: Electronic Technicials, GS- L ES " - """ '°" _ - and -9, for duty Mich., Id., Wise., -L00A1 lation on Membership in Student Or- regularities which have chara...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… THE CONGO: LESSON TO WEST L Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom alt ii FAIR, COOLER High-78 Low-6 Fair, cooler with slight drop expected. See Page 4 VOL. LXX, No. 22S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1960 FIVE CENTS EIGHT PAGES OAS Gets Cuban Dispute UN Rejects Soviets' Wish After Debate tUNITED NATIONS (WP - The Security Council yesterday re- jected Soviet protests and tossed Cuba's quarrel with ,the United States over to t...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JULY 2 . w.:, , . ,, v, :.. 11 IL DIAL NO 2-6264 Museums Feature Douglas, Early Musician Displays r DIAL NO 8-6416 RAGNIFICENTI" l CrowthrK Ya..as s - .g .. rhe #' ENDING TONIGHT of "DOG of RANDERS" DAVID LADas THURSDAY "HERCULES UNCHAI NED" Print 4 *T aN Sand The papers of Andrew Law, an early American composer, choir director, and music publisher (1749-1821)...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… lo6. THE MICHIGAN DAILY x A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM-Leo Ciceri (left) is Lysander in the early Shakespeare comedy. In Athe scene (right) the rustics present their entertainment before assembled royalty. Kate Reid and Tony Van Bridge also star in the production, directed by Douglas Campbefill and designed by Brian Jackson. Douglas Seale directed the Stratford production of "King John." Ia rris, Plummer Cast in Stratford Shakespeare At Stra...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…£ idyigau Baitg Seventieth Year - EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSrrY OF MICHIGAN 'hen Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth 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. DREW PEARSON: Convention Bitterness May Bl...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

… THE. MICHIGAN DAILY CENTRAL DETROIT: Study Shows Income Decline Educational Television Faces Varied Challenges MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Not only have people been mov- 4ng out of the central Detroit area in increasing numbers, but the average income of those who stay -within a six-mile radius of city hall-shows a marked decline. The University's Detroit Area Study (DAS) indicates that the emdian income for the entire me...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNI Lions Gain Ninowski, Dawson Gets QB Job Baseball Expansion Sure But Problems Yet Remain quarterback camp and are satisfied that he can help us." Brown's first off-season trade brought Dawson here 'along with offensive end Gern Nagler, from Pittsburgh. Cleveland gave up Pres- ton Carpenter, a halfback and end, and a defensive back, Junior Wren. Backs Up Layne Dawson is a 25 - year - old 6- footer from Alliance, Ohio,...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 7

…:SDAY, JULY 20, 1960 aolavito Hit Ruins Ramos' No-Hitter ut Senators Still Shut Out Tigers, 5-0 By The Associated Press DETROIT - Rocky Colavito's ground ball single through the box in the eighth inning ruined Pedro Ramos' bid for no-hit immortality last night, but the Washington right-hander breezed home with a masterful one-hitter in the Sen- ators' 5-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers-. Ramos, a 25 - year - old Cuban righthander, had not...…

July 20, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 22) • Page Image 8

…IT TILE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY JULY T THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JULY HENRY H. STEVENS, Inc. DISTANCE MOVING s 1273 Bradway , hoeCietflint 6, Michigan Silns hone CollectStvn lint CEdor 4-1686 Lit. 40 or oweFree Estimates Manager nterstate Rats Every Friday We own, operate, schedule and dispatch our own fleet of vans for better direct service without transfer. .mmmm =mmm..mmm. mmmmmmm=...=.==mm mmmmm=mm I I BARGAIN DAY 1 STATIONERY It...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Ltujrn Da1 CLOUDY, COOL High-70 Low-48 Clearing this afternoon, Slightly cooler tomorrow. Seventy Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1960 FIVE CENTS TEN PAC P 1 I I Fraternities Alter Selective Policies Three Units * * * * * * * * * Ease Bias 'I' To Construct Institut( Restrictions Revise Regulations On Local Autonomy or 13y HARRY PERLSTADTJe eallI c111 'Thv. fra ternitieshe.v.. rnFor es ar h nzu" -...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .............. 0- wommommobaft wwwft 11 . Fh3 I& "LOTS OF FUN " -N.Y. Herald Tribune View Student Involvement Within Larger Community Williams' Son Heads Kennedy Movement ACROSS CAMPUS: Homecoming Meeting Q DIAl. NO 5-6290 You orbit nto the uture cl i NiCIOR 'Solid Entertain- ment" - N.Y. Daily News ROD TAYLOR - ALAN YOUNG Dial Q-6264 4 ENDS FRIDAY By ANDREW HAWLEY The broadening scope of the student's role...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY hrushhev Wants Talks Wit Ie aUNAsml UN TALKS BEGIN: WashingtonCool to Reds WASHINGTON () - President Dwight D. Eisenhower said yes- terday "there seem to be some trouble makers trying to come toy our country." Secretary of State Christian A. Herter saw no brightening of the slim prospects that Eisenhower will get together with Soviet Pre- mier Nikita S. Khrushchev. And he discounted . the possi- bility of serious negotiat...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. aU I;! i;; r 1!. !' I I ; i . I (Continued from Page 4) Use of Office of Student Organiza- tions Special Business Old Business: Election Rules Consideration of Nationality Groups under the Discrimination Regula- tion Standing Committees: Student Activities Committee...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…TE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEBDAI Bergeon !Political Communication Patterns Differ Poliicalcom unictlonin R IPolitical communication mnfree AP CBS and totalitarian societies was the other parts of the political struc- fragmented - a pattern which topic 'of a report by Yale Uni- turc dependent on this elite.. tends to reinforce itself." ing to put the University out of versity Prof. Gabriel Almond at Coercion Essential Notes Differences business." t...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY VIDISCRIMIN ATION GROUP: 'icket Activities Mapped By PETER STUART Ann Arbor's band of anti-dis- crimination picketers, bolstered by a summer of demonstrations and successes, moves into the, fall term organized officially as the 'Ann Arbor Direct Action Com- mittee.' The group is mapping an ex- panded campaign for the coming It first banned together last February to demonstrate against alleged discrimination practices again...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY Footballo Open Fall 1mSports Progr By CLIFF MARKS I ness against the runner draws cern passing (with all players eli- The intramural season gets un- a 15 yard penalty. gible to receive passes), punting, der way Monday, rain or shine, Blocking has to be carried out and scoring. drwa eoennggainme shine lokigwithout using the hands or ex- A te'am punting must announce dence Halls touch football head- tendd arms, and the block...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…EiEr 2seTHEDMICHIGAN eTDAILYkeLa Readis Defense °n 3.y'° w }fMDenver 1TakesLead!- _____ for Ducks' S ,plit-T n,. . , = ? W~ W U'WUV I By DAVE ANDREW In the wake of last Friday's ragged scrimmage, Michigan's football team pounded through a grueling two and a half hour workout in preparation for Satur- day's opening encounter with powerful Oregon. The Ducks, easy 33-6 winners over Idaho last Saturday, and last year's 11th ranked team, come Te...…

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