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April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…NEED FOR REVISION See Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State 1Izutiij CLOUDY, MILD VOL. LIX, No. 139 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS I I A V.' ,:N Union Forms Permanent Opera Setup New Board Will Aid Continuity By GEORGE WALKER The Union Board of Directors voted unanimous approval last night to the formation of a Michi- gan Union Opera Board, a perma- nent organization designed to pro- duce all future U...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN IAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1949 I I Plr Series Tick0ets o11 Sale Today Season tickets for the Ann Ar- bor Drama Festival are on sale in the Garden Room of the League Sfrom d0a.m. to 5 p.m. every day but Sunday. Sale of single tickets, if any are available, will open May 5, ac- cording to James Murnan, ticket chairman. "Judging from the ad- vance mail order sale, we expect a a complete sellout," he said. THE FIVE week seaso...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…TIE MICHIGAN DYAIL-Y PAGE ______________________________________ U________________________-___- Social Key Discovered InWords Addressing a near capacity crowd in Rackham Lecture Hall yesterday, Prof. Andrew T. Weav- er, chairman of the Department of Speech at the University of Wis- consin, cited speech as the key to social adjustment and a means of living with other people. Speaking on "A Philosophy o. Speech Education," Prof. Weaver pointe...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 4

…THF MICHIGAN DAILY Tm1TtDAv. A vI1. 1 M4 sn __ i --- a as vaa a aa a "A aral/ foal 107J ,. Need for Revision THE UNIVERSITY'S financial situation is perilous enough in itself; one of the reasons for it is even more serious: the need for constitutional revision in the State ,overnment. Money for the University has to come from a State administration already ham- trung by the diversion of sales tax funds o local units. And this diversion i...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 5

… TltMICHIG;AN DAILY VARn Blackfoot Ball Invades Campus After advance notice to all campus in the form of Gargantua size black footprints, the Alpha Tau Omegas will present their annual formal, "Blackfoot Ball" from 9 to 12 p.m. Saturday in the League Ballroom. Special guests of the ATO's will be the Sigma Nu's, their tradi- tional rivals since the days of the Civil War. The term "blackfoot" was applied to the ATO's at Virginia Military Instit...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…OAC i THE MICHIGAN DAILY BULL SESSION by b. s. brown, sports editor inksmen MacCallum Tops for '-M';* Titans' Koesis Shoots 73 Schalon, Olson Off Form in Home Debut; High Winds Raise Havoc for BothSquads verw elm Bengals Show Detroit, Amazing 30-6 * * Groth 'I DICKWAKEFIELD and Joe DiMaggio are men of another era. Pat them on their respective backs and send them on their way. For lo and behold, from the shadows of comparative ignominy ha...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, APRl 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN VAMY WACEM i 1a a!l~ai V li1 l lA11 LATT11Aff1 rain JWI 5 I 1' fT L"1 TL'/' TL TY Tf Il Tf T TZ ! v WORLD PROBLEM: Cancer Research Now Stagnated Cancer is a world problem there is stagnation in research E. V. Cowdry, professor of a: omy and director of researcl Washington University, said terday. "We are confronted by prob on all sides but we are maintain our faith, hope and optimism. "THE UNITED St...…

April 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 139) • Page Image 8

… EIGHTIlE MIChIGAN1DAILY THlUSDAY, APRHI ENGINEERS PLAY HOST: Open House To Reveal Tricks of Trade Baffled by it all? University students who are swamped by engineers' doubletalk will be able to unravel many of the mysterious goings-on behind the doors of the College of En- gineering tomorrow at the 17th bi-annual Open House tomorrow in conjunction with University Day. * * * FROM 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. they will have the opportunity to roam the h...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…DISCIPLINARY DECISION Bee Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State 43 CLOUDY VOL. LIX, No. 165 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS 9 Disqualified Candidates Win Appeals Resign After 'U" Overrules Judic By JOHN DAVIES An appeal by four student gov- ernment candidates against the Men's Judiciary Council decision which disqualified them was up- held by the University Sub-Com- mittee on Discipline, it was re- vealed...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…TiFmicrtGAIN ,runty SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1949 _______________________________________________ U __________________________________________________________________________________ OUTGOING PRESIDENT: Jim Jans Reviews Term in SL Office By PETER HOTTON "IftI hadto do it all over again, I'd jump at the chance!" That's what Jim Jans would do if he had the chance to be presi- dent of Student Legislature again. "PEOPLE WHO don't partici- pate in...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…ThDAYI MAY 21, 1949 .THE MICANDVAM PAGE TS1 Wolverines Qualify Six In Big Nine Track Meet Barten, Thomason, Lindquist, Kirkendall, Sergeson, Mitchell Place in Preliminaries _ 4 Michigan, Broncos Battle to 3-3 Draw ~4~ By BILL CONNOLLY , (Special to The Daily) EVANSTON - Michigan quali- fied six men, four of them in the half-mile, as Minnesota and In- diana placed 13 each in the pre- liminary heats here yesterday to rank as co-favorites...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY; XiY- 21, 1949 __ Disciplinary Decision N REVERSING the Men's Judiciary Coun- cil and allowing the election of four stu- .dents who received fraudulent ballots, the University Disciplinary Committee has dealt a powerful blow to responsible student government. The committee ruled that, because the candidates themselves were apparently not at fault, they should not be penalized for someone else's dishonesty. Ther...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…Y 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'SeniorSwing Out' To Climax Spring Social Calendar PIPE Theme To Recall M' Traditions; McKinley To Occupy Bandstand COED FROM INDIA: Lauds U.S. Physical Education Ray McKinley and his band will set the musical tempo for couples attending the Class of 1949's "Sen- ior Swing Out" from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the IM Building. The theme of the semi-formal dance, Michigan tradition, will re- call campus customs ...…

May 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…SIX TiIEMICIIIAN itty TOO PERSONAL: Critic Hits Modern Art's Lack of Universal Symbols 4 -- By JOAN KATZ Modern artists have failed to achieve any one central symbol in their work, except personal style Lincoln Kirstein, noted New Yorl art critic, declared in his talk here yesterday. "Lacking universal symbolism, each transitory movement of the last fifty yearshas gone into in- dustrial art," he said. "Thus, the abstract work of Mondrian ha...…

July 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… SUPREME COURT WITNESS See Page 2 Y Latest Deadline in the State tity PARTLY CLOUDY VOL. LIX, No. 22S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1949' PRICE FIVE CENTS Senate Votes " Today on AtlanticPact 'No Obligation To Share A-Bomb' WASHINGTON-)-Ratifica- tion of the North Atlantic Pact will carry no obligation for the United States to share atom bomb Secrets with other treaty nations, Senator McMahon (Dem., Conn.) told the Senate yes...…

July 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RDAYJUL21 (Editor's Note is written by Co-Managing Editor Craig Wilson.) [INIGHT Prof. Preston W. Slosson, a very convincing Democrat, will discuss the resident's Health Insurance Program. The open meeting, sponsored by the Young ?emocrats, will be held at 7:30 p.m., in the rnion. It should be the high-point of political ebate for the Summer Session and of conk ern not only tomedical students who may >meday be affected by i...…

July 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… IHE MICHIGAN DAILY anks Increase Lead; Cards Gain Game on D zidgers 'r nks Blast Fellet, Scalp Indians 7-3; Pirates Beat Dodgers 8-6, Cards Win Heintzelman, 'Forgotten Man,' Improves with Age CLEVELAND - (A) - The New York Yankees fattened their American League leadership over Cleveland to 4 games last night by defeating the Indians, 7 to 3, before a pennant-anxious crowd of 75,3704. The biggest night attendance at any ball park thi...…

July 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…i THE MICHIGAN DAILY S FED SPECIALISTS: Family Physician Can't Know All-Dr. Forsythe The family physician as an in- titution is one health ideal that ppears to be in trouble, accord- nig to Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, irector of the University Health ervice. Speaking yesterday in Kellogg kuditorium, Dr. Forsythe declared hat the day has passed when one erson could carry in his head all he knowledge necessary to give cceptable modern medical ca...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Y L Latest Deadline in the State 4b GENERAL SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS ii - '. Group Football Seats Ok ayed T, SL, Athletic Board Agree OnNewPlan Officials Discard Earlier Scheme By AL BLUMROSEN (Daily City Editor) Only last minute agreement saved University students from the worst ticket tangle since the basketball preferential seating of two years ago. Meeting at the Athletic...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…FRESHMAN WOMEN'S EXTRA Y WI4U ahi4] FRESHMAN WOMEN'S EXTRA Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 36S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Freshman, Transfer Coeds To Begin Program Sept. 19 Dean Lloyd To Begin 19th Year Of Friendship, Service for 'U' .4 . . . Coed Leader uides, Molds More than being an office-hold- er as the University's Dean of Women, Michigan's Alice C. Lloyd had been for alm...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…WAGE T~ \ - i T HE MICHIGAN DAILY , f :?.DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY '1 WEJ)NE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 194% Early * * * * Students Crow * * * * Enrollment Expected To Hit 20,000;Vet Number Drops Early returning students flooded the campus this week, getting lost in the freshman orientation program but still giving the im- pression that they were eager to get things moving. Officials anticipate an enrollment of 20,500...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

…V; PAGE TWEE THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 Big Sister Plan To RidFreshmen Counselors To Help Newcomers Orient Themselves to Busy Life on Campus With the inauguration fo a new Big Sister Committee in the Uni- versity residence halls the fresh- man coed need no longer feel that no one cares what happens to her. The Committee will go into op- eration this fall with the purpose of performing a real service to the staffs of th...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…WED)NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY #I I . -" I I 1949-1950 UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY I CONCERTS Seventy-First Annual Choral Union Series ARTUR RUBINSTEIN, Pianist . . . . . . . Tuesday, Oct. 4 . . . . . Saturday,Oct.15 VIENNA CHOIR BOYS . . . BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHARLES MUNCH, Conductor . .Sunday, Oct. 23 CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA . . . . Sunday, Nov. 6 GEORGE SZELL, Conductor ITALO TAJO, Bass . . . . . Wedn...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -1 PAGE THREE __ ,n 'Miss Mac' Performs Endless Job of Guiding Directing Myriad of League Activities, Projects *t* * r Full Operation of New Dorm To Begin in Fall Ann Arbor Girls To Organize Aids Junior, Soph Projects The Michigan League, as well V being the center of women's activities on campus is also the home and place of work of the campus' walking book of knowl- edge and guidance on...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, BEFTEMBMUAWW J Ew RAGE FOUR WWNESDAY, SEPTEMRER ~2, ~R4R~ . ~ a U r, y . ,. 4, The Daily's Aims WITH THE MEANING of many major issues obscured by black kettles and blacker pots, and with little relief in sight, clear thinking on the part of the college- educated American particularly is at a high premium. Recognizing the dangers inherent in bias and sensationalism, The Michigan Daily will attempt...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

… PACE FOUR TILE _ MICHIGAN PAILY WE VDNESDAY, SEPT._, INS4 . ,. .,._ - _ 4.o- 0:06 I... of. III Y~ **1/. Ii }} k e+ ' A bag panned to. { ~to -buoyantly go to f match the plumag ' psi* %;r". .x. Joyce shoes, to be f prig y r e ""'1'i ri10 1 1? /J/ u;. t Leg- Size BeleShrme Ibrev , At.. for lener o smll los, "tea \_1 f Sh oe-Ma'tching~ Shioulder BAG cross the campus to classes; football games; to fashionably *e colors of your Ruff glo...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

… U. fIWu Jg C'ffee ¬£Ap 1204 South University . serving ... BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS SANDWICHES and SALADS S. . from ... 7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7 P.M. Closed Sundays SPECIAL: PLATE LUNCHES and DINNERS 53c-93c MEET -GREET -EAT at the GRANADA 313 SOUTH STATE STREET -Daily--Alex Lmanian FIRST-NIGHTERS-Freshmen listened attentively Monday night as an all-star group of Univer- sity leaders welcomed them to campus. Preside...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 5

…i'v WE B'NE SDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F M-,:, PE Handbook Prepared, Appointees Named _ Dr. Bell Finds Success Open To 'U' Grads "Coed graduates of the Univer- sity's professional school of phys- ical education are outstanding as a group in my opinion," said Dr. Margaret Bell, chairman of the Program of Physical Education for Women. "Since 1925 we haven't had more than two or three grad- uates we couldn't heartily recom-...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…'FHI'~ f~1I(HI(~AN DAIlY WEU~TESDAY. . ,,.. ,.. . r...... .. rts ur N . , _w TILE MICHIGAN DAILY SDAY, 1..Li.i.J.,lfiil..fiilV Tom and Meredith Suckling * of the L.G. BALFOUR COMPANY4 "HOME OF THE OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING" Welcome you to Michigan s FRATERNITY JEWELRY ' iMEDALS AND TROPHIES o GIFTS AND STATIONERY 1sTRADITIONAL MICHIGAN MUGS 1319 South University Phone 9533 Change Lit School Courses Needed for Concentrationl --_= . IF ...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 6

…'PAGE THE MICHIGAN DAILY I WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 MIT 11* Women S Athletic Association Coordinates Sports Activities WAA Offers Sports Clubs, Tournaments, Fashion Shows, Campus Projects New Group Offers Instruction In Coaching, Officiating Tasks The Women's Athletic Associa-1 Lion is open to every woman on campus from the time she en- rolls as a freshman until she steps down with her diploma. There are eighteen sports clubs a...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…SEPTEMBER 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'AGE SRVES? I )NE-MAN JURY ENDS: Ex-Treasurer Awaits Trial Class War... (Continued from Page 1) 11 t L U 0 fi Abolition of Michigan's one- man grand jury system - one which figured prominently in the indictment of ex-county treasurer Clyde Fleming - is formally set for Saturday, while the defendant awaits arraignment in County Jail. At present, Fleming is being held at the county jail, pend...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 7

…-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949, THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN , 11 1 I'll - I . . . I , Athletic Participation Open To fl Through 20 Sports Groups 0j Tennis Club To Schedule Tournaments The Tennis Club, membership to which is open to all, will have an organizational meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 5, in the Women's Athletic Building. The main purpose of the club is to stimulate and further the interest of tennis by giving in- struct...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY',E ,.. I ELCO E TO THE E STUDE TS! Our Shelves are stocked with E USED ,I for Every Course in Every Department ENGI EERS-MEDIS-LAWYERS t I Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requiremeni ts. Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy in Town. TO THE FRESHMAN STUDENT SUPPLIES ,I 1I TO THE ...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 8

…,PAGE EITGJT -THE MICHIGAN DAILY VMNESD~AY, SEP~T. 2, 194 Welcome! I r V d V -.4 / ,Y F yt f,~-- N X . q y5 I xoi tO\-~ \ se llc ie ckic cadfee!,e0s C p to All Michigan Students 1. T NEISC ESpSK O gtoYO0% sob A OO'3F BEOLLET ecsefude Geheehr 5tOvof ouer )v a" Buy y p . KENDS Of ;. I I 14 ' I 0 .4 ) a :OG4 *i A- "Your Friendly Campus Book Store"~ ;k IL T /OT TY 1N A "ra T'l /'1!'1T7 ClT'1 mT~i , I …

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Roosevelt, Free' Tickets; Low Cost Texts Cost of Tickets Included in Tuition; Union Student Exchange Has Books Cheap books and "free" football and basketball tickets. That's what the Student Book Exchange and your tuition will help you get during your stay at the University. * * * OLD BOOKS WILL get you cash and the price of a season foot- ball and basketball pass are included in your tuition. You can buy or sell your books...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

…olverine Gridders To Open '49 Season in Enlarg By MERLE LEVIN (Sports Co-Editor) lJ'The Bowl That Yot Built will be filled a little fuller this year. Mammoth Michigan Stadium, already the largest college-owned stadium in the country, with a seating capacity of 85,938, has under- C - gone a face-lifting durng the summer months and seats are now available for 97,000 gridiron fanatics. :. a '. PETRMANENT STEEL STANDS hav been erected along the to...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…MUE TEN I"A~*E TEN 4 FROM THE PAGES OF THE DAILY: University (Hot) thers ummer INEIGHBOR NEARER: Some June You'll /21- Ca Spoon on Moon ** * * * * * * * * * * The University has passed through another summer with the usual heat, sweat, and frustration. But some things of interest and some excitement have occurred in the good old summer time in Ann Arbor: June 22-University enrollment reaches 8,824-350 below the rec- ord of last...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 10

…-~ I AGE TWt)Y: THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 m - Thinclads Seek To Regain Win Habit -4 ., Fonville May Hold Key To Michigan Title Hopes By BILL CONNOLLY Varsity track men at Michigan, with more than a seldom inspir- ing thought of years gone by, find themselves working more enthus- iastically each year to live up to the heritage laid down on the cinderpaths by their forerunners. For they know that they are traveli...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…'t12IMUljttItANIJAIAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICE - "CLINIC AND HOSPITAL" e e ee * * * * Health Service Cares for 'U tudents G- If this is your first semester on campus, you're probably wonder- ing. "What do I do if I get sick while away from home?" Providing treatment and care for ill students as well as looking after the health of Michigan's 20,000 students is the job of the University Health Service. BEFORE A STUDENT can reg- ister for the...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 11

…WE>NESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 - NTHE .M 'CHGG N DAILY. I PAGE THREE rAGE THREE Cage Season a Success Even Though Squa d Tird Natators Sink to Third in Conference 'Big One' Won for McCoy Lowest Finish for Mermen Since '25 By DALE DANENBERG Swimming coach Matt Mann experienced his worst season in twenty-four years as a Michigan coach last spring when his charges slipped to third in both the Big Ten and NCAA swimming meets. There pro...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…4*h, _'W I~~WW PAUSEi " m4 V THE MICHIGAN DAILY a ,, ;i Engineers To Publish Technic' Magazine Called 'EngineBible' The Michigan Technic, fondly known around engineering circles as the "Engineer's Bible," is pub- lished once a month by students of the College of Engineering. Featured in its pages are scien- tific articles and stories on engin-; eering experfknents and work by' graduate students, as well as go- ings-on of the school. FACU...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 12

…PAGE FOUR-.' THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 L'AGE FOUR WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ~, i$49 Wolverine Golfers Use Home Course to Advantage r Romp to Western Conference Crown What makes a golf course-great? Ask any member of last year's Varsity links squad that question and he'll probably tell you to take a walk out to the University course and see for yourself. IF YOU TAKE his advice you'll see one of the country's few truly champio...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 13

…WEDNbAW s tzrT 21, 190 Net Team Loses Title Bid THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE r, TYE A I"I By JOHN BARBOUR After sweeping their dual meets all through the season with quick, calculated play, the Michigan ten- nis squad met their old faithful nemesis at the Western Confer- ence Tennis Finals, as for a sec- ond time in a row Northwestern's Wildcats came through strong in the top singles and doubles to re- tain the Big Ten crown. During the 1948 se...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 iamlond Sqa d Paillies To Become Go- Champs * * * * 4 Wolverines Have Captured Five Crowns In Last Six Years of Big Nine Competition Mat Sport One Man Affair Just as winning games is Mich- igan tradition, winning Big Nine championships has become a hab- it for Ray Fisher, Wolverine dia- inond mentor. Wolverine nines, under the guid- ance of Fisher since 1921, have annexed ...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Lightweight Gridders Bow Out as Co- Cha mn ions GRIDIRON GREAT FOR 25 YEARS: Yost Hit Peak From Start Managers' Hard Work Aids Gridiron Efficiency Western Conference Drops Midget Grid Sport from List of 1949 Official Activities I I Back at the turn of the century, Fielding H. Yost left his football coaching duties at Stanford Uni- versity to serve as Michigan grid- iron mentor a...…

September 21, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…_xa. PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, Mg ?Ac&E EIQBX WEDN1~SDAY, SIiPT. 21. 1349 I I U U Wistert... (Continued from Page 6) ning of two perfect Wolverine seasons. Al hasn't missed a game in either of them. In '48, when Michigan's new backfield was still groping for the poise and perfection which had charac- terized the '47 quartet, the de- fensive line, sparked by Al's steady work at tackle, made no less than five spec...…

October 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…FACTIONALISM VS. SL 1I Y Latest Deadline in the State &z3,ti4 e \ N CLOUDY, SHOWERS See Page 4 iI VOL. LX, No. 23 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS V i i No Strike Action Due By Truman President Awaits Direct Settlement WASHINGTON-(P)-PFresident Truman said yesterday he has no present plan for intervening in the coal-steel strikes or for seiz- ing either industry. The President told a news con- feren...…

October 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…T I I II I ' I I;:'~ rFRIDAY, OCTBER 21, Wenley, MCF Win Track Titles Willia ms Is Grid Race Title Threat Williams House, unbeaten in re- sidence hall touch football play since mid-1947, served notice that it is the team to beat again this year. Led by Bob Fancett, All- dorm star, who scored four touch- downs, the defending champs mauled an underdog Fletcher team 34-0. Vaughn House also looked im-' pressive in Monday's play, as it downed ...…

October 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…F1UIAY, OCTOBER 21, 1949 '7H J-ICIISA UALY r... .., . . ., m..r.ww..... . n..... Go hers ay Trade Spoiler Role NVisitors BringRuiner Name Wolverines Minus Koceski For Crucial Comeback Tilt That Leo Koceski will definitely not see service in Saturday's en- counter with Minnnesota was the sad news that reached the Mich- igan coaching squad as they ran the team through a light workout yesterday. it shouldn't khappen to a h' Some people act...…

October 21, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…IRE MICHIAN Dli~Y FIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 19 x i Factionalism vs. SL HOW MUCH LONGER the Student Legis- lature is going to be able to withstand the pummeling it receives when its elec- tions are used as a political football is an important question. It adds nothing to the still weak posi- tion of that organization to have AIM and JFC members make it the bases of their annual attempts to stir up factual war- fare. Fortunately, voting is still ...…

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