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May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…IMPOSSIBLE See Page A C, r Latest Deadline in the State 471 A6F t t. ]y FAIR AND WARMER VOL. LIX, No. 168 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Investigators Find Red in Atomic Plant Federal Agents Remove Uraniunm By The Associated Press Congressional investigators turned up testimony yesterday that a wartime atomic scientist was "an active Communist" and that federal agents removed two bars of uranium from an at...…

May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…' TWO 'FETE micnlgxN Miry WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1949 5 UNIQUE EXPERIMENT: 'U' Conducts Integrated Study of Japan S* * * * * * * * * / 2 ! By EVA SIMON A unique experiment in the in- tegrated study of an important world area is being carried on at the University's Center for Jap- anese Studies. Under a staff of experts in eight University departments, the Cen- ter seeks to give graduate students an extensive knowledge of all the social sc...…

May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…TIE MICHIGAN MILAX PAG WMM Michigan Linksmen Blast Spartans in 18-0 Victory Kessler Stars as M Squad' Defeats Intrastate Rivals _______ ' _______________________ 'M' Trackmen Attempt Second Win Over OSU CHICAGO RACKETEER! 'M Tennis Coach Gains New Laurels By JERRY FANGER Michigan's linksnen sent a good Spartan team back to East Lan- sing after administering an 18-0 trouncing at the University course yesterday. Neither team was red-hot ...…

May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, .Impossible THE UNIVERSITY'S failure to notify the IFC on its action in the Alcohol Story springs' from the administration's paternal- istic attitude towards students. It has resulted in a student-University game of tit-tat-tae or Can the Cops Catch Us and an underground disregard for reg- ulations. The University's attitude is more author- itarian than educational and student dis- 3atisfaction with the present ...…

May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…, MAY 25, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1111:1 111 11IMP 11 11! Assembly Names Positions For Fortnite Presentation Vocalist To Sing With Elliott WOMEN RUN WILD: The Assembly Association has announced the names ofthose coeds who will comprise the cen- tral committee for next fall's Fort- nite presentation. Pat Patsloff has been chosen general chairman for the program. Other committee members in- There will be a meeting of the Fortnite central ...…

May 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…PAGE X THE MICHIGAN DAIL' I Lisle Fellowshi p Students Chosen Ten University students will take part this summer in the Lisle Fellowship, or "laboratory of human relations" as it is better known. Albert Black and Mary Jared, '49, will go to the New Hartford, Conn. unit; Julia McWethy to the Watkins Glen, N.Y. division; and Richard C. Scott, '51E, and June Harman to' the Lookout Mountain, Col. unit. * * * * STUDENTS SERVING on the staff will ...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…WOR DSOR ACTION Stye pa4~ Y AdW AdW ~ai41O FAIRE .AND4 W'AR MFR Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 165 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS Lewis Faces New Charge; Hit by NLRB Unfair Labor Practices Cited ~WASmINGTONMay 24-0A )- Ina new government crackdown on John L. Lewis, the NLRB's gen- eral counsel today accused the United Mine Workers president of an unfair labor practice. The board's counsel went s...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…TIE MSICIGAN IAILY TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1949 _______________________________________ I I t t is Brumm To Be Honored at Convocation ' Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman of the journalism department now; on retirement furlough, will be honored by the department at a special convocation tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Room E, Haven Hall. Chairman of the journalism de- partment since 1928, Prof. Brumm received both his A.B. and A.M. degrees from the University...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Diamond Squad Downs Canadian ]lub, 6- Big Nine Championships Call Three 'M' Squads I Celebrating Michigan (6) AB By MERLE LEVIN It's Western Conference Cham- pionship time again and three powerful Wolveriine a~tlhletic squads will hit the road this week- end to seek new laurels for the al- ready top-heavy Michigan victory garland. Led by the "Terrible Twosome" -Chuck Fonville and Herb Bar- ten-the Maize an...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. IF THE TWO BILLS tackling the prob placed persons don't rush for adjournmen American humanitari a chance to show th well as words. Words or Action 3 now before Congress who would do much more than Congress lem of entry of dis- is likely to approve. It provides for the ad- get lost in the mad mission of 50,000 DP's in each of the next it the much vaunted two years half of whom must be agricultural an instinct may have work...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…1948 THE MICHIC AN DAILY a a.! 1 1 L'tl y; y. V f31 T l2'141 JI 1 e ._.r _ ..:. .,.. Coeds To Be Guest Editors On Mademoiselle Magazine * and C~nqagementi 0 Virginia Garritsen, '49 A., and YFrances Keaton, '49, the Univer- sity's two representatives to the "Mademoiselle" college board, are both excited at the prospect of a month in New York as guest edi- tors. Miss Garritsen, of Detroit, whose major interest has always been art, will act...…

May 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…TEIE MIChIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, GONE FORE VER:f Early Graduates Carried Canes, Sported Derby Hats There was once a Commence- ment time when seniors could look forward not only to the priv-. ilege of wearing a cap and gown and receiving a diploma but also to wearing a derby and carrying a Senior Cane. In the 1850's, according to an early story, when abolitionists were carrying the fight against slavery throughout the North, Wendell Phillips, ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…# H 13RIESKE R EPORT See Page 4 Latest DeadliW inthe t1te D3a iiis CLOUDY, POSSIBLE RAIN VOL. LVII, No. 167A AMA2 __________________________ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1947 PRICE FIVE CEN UT Ti !A 0 Us-Argentina Final Accord Is Hoped For, Will Clear Way For Conference Daily Makes Survey of 'U' To Open Barbers' Discrimination HugeAirfield Majority of Local Proprietors AditT ey In DedicationI S Are Unwilling to Serve Negro Pa...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…LITERARY MAGAZINE Fiction CORN OF WHEAT . . . . . ....... . . . RICHARD KRAUS MR. WESTLY AND THE STRANGER . . . . ".". . JOE KNOX OF DOGS AND DECISIONS............!.....DAVE STEWART STAND FOR THE FLAG............ . ..... DON LaBADIE Essays JAMES V. BAKER MARGRV WALD JOHN L. BRUMM HARRY E. MOSES Poetry KARL SHAPIRO VIRGIL CLARK JUDITH LAIKIN JOHN COOK DORIS COHEN DON La BADIE JUNE FRIEDENBERG VOLUME Two, NUMBER THREE Supplement to The Mi...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO ;iri - - W 1 EY TUE MICITHAN Ti _. ...________ nUAI1AY, MAY Z5, 1047 LLLEUE ROUND-UP: AYD Problem Is Present On Illinois Campus, Too ' _ _ Y Cam pus Highlights Dancing Pickets COLUMBIA. ,O, May 24-A')- The state's only prancing picket line is panicking pedestrians in Columbus. A group of discharged instruc- tors of the dance from the local Arthur Murray studio-engaged in fighting what they term "a lock- out"-are turning loose...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Page Two PERSPECTIVES i Perspectives EDITOR .,... .. ...... ......... .. ...... . .. . . . . Margery Wald EDITORIAL STAFF: Doris Cohen, Don Curto, June Friedenberg, Ferne S. La- Due, Joan Lochner, June Miller, Harry Moses, Sue Siris, Dave Stewart. ADVISORY BOARD. ........... Arno L. Bader, Morris Greenhut, Allan Seager Academic Freedom (EDITOR'S NOTE: This essay was pre- sented to the open forum on Academic Freedom last April 27, by John ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY'-25, 1947 T gT MICHIGAN i LY U' To Dedicate Huge Willow Run Airport (Continued from Page 1) by an address by Governor Kim Sigler. University Vice-President Rob- ert P. Briggs will present the deed to the airport to President Alex- ander G. Ruthven, who will make the dedicatory address. Playing of "The Victors" by the band will conclude the program. Gen. Putt To Speak During the morning, a special tour of the University's Aeronau...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…PERSPECTIVES Pise T/re ROR haKHE ... Richard Kraus "Except a corn of wheat falls" to the ground and die, it abideth alone; but if it die it bringeth for much fruit." (John; 12.24) SO I'LL go to the funeral Ma, I'll go to the funeral, Pa. . . . Sure I'll go.. .. I know she was a relative I gotta go so I'm going so I'm here.... Grossman and Farb's immaculate fu- neral parlor rose gracefully out of a row of smaller dirtier two-story building...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 4

…PAGE rorn ""HE MITCHIGAN DAILY ATTVn A-V -A It"'V %4A I t"It nT~IW M-IC1TIT:A VCAN fl C'1..tlY: ' t aa .ra , M & a yiTFIhm-1V. x v-1 a w Loa ±a!z&U I Attitudes and Actions HRE IRPORT on alleged discrimination in athletics at the University, recently submitted to the Student Legislature, rep- resents a distinct advance in understand- ing of the problem of racial differences over the hortatory method of attacking discrimination. Mr. Bries...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…Page Four PERSPECTIVES MR. WESTLY AND THE STRANGER ...Joe Knox WAS EATING a penny's worth of New York Chocolates on the front porch of Mr. Caleb Westly's General Store when I first saw the stranger. He rounded the bend of the old wagon road which follows Long Hope Creek, and as he approached, sauntering easily, he whistled. I did not recognize the tune and decided he must be a stranger. At exactly three-fifteen on this July after- noon, a. ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…I UN~DAY, MAY 25, 1917 THE MICHIGAN AILY ______________________________ U U SAE Dance To Feature Buddy Rich Michigan Chapter To Start Southern State Tradition COf 'Black and White Ball' Buddy Rich, one of the nation's top drummers, will play for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon spring for- mal, "Black and White Ball," which will be held from 9 p.m to midnight Thursday at the Washte- naw Country Club. "Black and White Ball" is so named because all gu...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVES P4,a, Fie s. au AL IL " 1 JLJ -LA 1 i T i/ w7 1 cs G l'&L HAMLET AND EXISTENTIALISM ... James Baker N0 IC has been able to pluck out the heart of Hamlet's mystery; he hides himself in " a cloud of unknow- ing." The central problem.of the play is why Hamlet delays to go into action. Among the endless theories that have been propounded to explain this, one of the best 's the one that attributes his inaction ta his melancholy, h...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SrX FACULTY FOR KNOWING: Prof. Dodge Says Family All 'Solid Michigan Men' THP MICHICAN nAII.V . 1TTI T'19MTCHIC 11.AN flATTS)1!V L j NDAY, MAY 25 By FRED SCHOTT EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the 24th in a series of weekly articles on facul- ty personalities. Prof. Russell A. Dodge, of the engineering college, characterizes himself and his family as "solid Michigan men." Prof. Dodge said that his fam- ily and forebears have been stu- dents h...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…Pae $ix PESP'CTVE HE MET PH SI S TO. S. LIOT'S Jf' S. EITOT most recent poetic work, the grouip of four poems entitled hour Quas'io, ows another definite pnlase of his development. Not only do these poem continue to develop the re- igious themi wboch he turned to earlier, but they hav( added a new, abstract, )netaphysica.concept. So that though they are i u m cways more explicit than his earlier oems, on another level they are uch msr° dif...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…SUJNDAY, MAY 25, 1947 THE ICHGANDAILY~ Te I, eans T Netiren hp 1ioS'ieNi So'escianinkmenTake 8-1 uin FiLal )u.~' ' dF.: ra l i 'i7 J+ 21 cW e iion..1 54 V c ryfrom O 0S U Michigan closed its tenn1is .,C'aign <_in suxtey Q _ her,_, - terday as it adnmistered an 8-1 defeat to the OA N - ,. ( netters., sweeping all the matchen On- ~tof01the sille Thus, Coach Bob Dions crew wound up xi Pa7-.; rectird foi the Season. a CIed'CItalO .;soxx lug f...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Page Seveln FO UR QUARTES ...Margery Wald on which Bergson so insists. Super- ficially events seem to recur, history seems to repeat itself, or in another sense, there is a repetitive cycle in all human life. But really beneath the sur- face of sameness this constant change is going on, so that nothing ever occurs twice in exactly the same way. Bergson says it again and again. "Our personality, which is being built up each in...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 8

…?Ar-Ew EIGT ELBOW GREASE: Industrious Student-Vet Beats Housing Shortage, ' T' mm THE MICHIGAN DAILY SmNPAT. By DORIS TOOHEY All you need to beat the housing shortage is an acre of land, a couple of garages and a consid- erable amount of elbow grease and both-end-candle-burning. William E. Wall, veteran grad- uate student working on his M.A. in geography, has proved it. He did it at a total cost of about $3,- 000, including purchase of ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight PERSPECTIVES F DOGS AND DCISIO NS ...Dave Stew art T HAD BEEN A FINE DAY for run- ning dogs. The ground was clear and dry; and the birds sat tight enough. The Field Trials had started on Friday, and here it was late Sunday afternoon. and everything was over; Clyde Mad- ner's dogh aing won; and Clyde him- self wa srtched out inside the club- house coid as stone. I and the other trainers were off to ourselves behind the cars. .Som...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…PERSPECTIVES Page Nine STAND FOR THE FLAG ... Don La~adie HE WOULDN'T sit down?" "No sir. It was last Sunday. He got on when the car was almost empty. I'd only been on about two hours when this little fellow-why I could have smashed him with my fist easy enough -got on at Grove Street. Pretty soon the other passengers began to notice that he wasn't sitting down, though there were plenty of seats. Finally Miss Sykes-she's the librarian at ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…Paize Ten PERSPECTIVES AL A SCIENTIST AND HIS WORK ...H.E.Moses IT sometimes happens that a scientific discovery or theory has no immed- iate practical use achieves great notor- iety in a large segment of the literate, non-scientific populace. Examples of such theories are Copernicus' heliocen- tric theory, Darwin's theory of evolu- tion, and Einstein's theory of relativity. That the 'first two above-mentioned theories should excite peop...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…PERSPECTIVES .P,.'? N -LP CORN OF WHEAT ...Continued from Page 3 CAN I SAY WHAT CAN ANYONE SAY NOW .... TALK TO HER SHE CAN'T HEAR, TOUCH HER BUT I CAN'T TOUCH HER AT ALL .. .. THIS IS NO SCHWESTER MINNIE DABBING A HANDKERCHIEF AT HER EYES .... THIS IS IT, THE REAL THING, HELPLESSNESS AND LONGING SO STRONG THAT IT'S A SICKNESS . . BUT WHY ALL THIS FORAN OLD WOMAN,.THE SAME OLD ,WOMAN SHE USED TO SCOLD LIKE A LITTLE CHILD, TREAT LIKE A KID ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…Wage Twelve PERSPECTIVES Page Twelve PERSPECTIVES VICO .Dan La~adie Marie Antoinette sat in the gardens of Rouen eating fungus bread, giving up the cake as dullness. Marie Antoinette sat watching crude bronze statues, ancient walls, wondering who had bothered to build, River Run down run through the town, carry the Stonehenge, Egyptian, the jew, the Greek, the Roman, Byzantine, European, home to the fields, reform from dissolution; the Gre...…

May 25, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…ANTOFAGASTA See Page 2 Y d&FAw :43 tii]g CLOUDY, COOL VOL. LVI, No. 149 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 ruman Calls for Return of I Str PRICE FIVE CENTS 'ikers * * * * * * * * * * * * * Congress o Back Administration! May Ask Army 4 Chiang's Trip May Decide China Peace Prohlem Seen On Changchun By The Associated Press NANKING, May 24-Generalis- simo and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek flew to Mukden today in General Marshal...…

May 25, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…I AGE TWO 'HE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1949 PAGE TWO SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 IT SO HAPPENS I See to the fitor * An Eerie Existence DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Time Alone Won't Tell IN CASE you function with one of those pro- saic calendars which deals in terms of the 7th and Monday, we might as well hand out the news behind the news. This is National Health Week, and anybody who wants to argue that this is the fourth week in May...…

May 25, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thinclads Host to OSU-; Nine Plays Double-Bill _. <: Michigan Trackmen Oppose Undefeated Ohio State Squad Wolverines Hold Edge in Field Events, 440; Buckeyes Favored To Cop High Hurdle Race By JACK MARTIN Wolverine track fans have their only chance of the outdoor season to see the Michigan thinclads in action when they clash with an unbeaten Ohio State squad, gunning for its first win ove...…

May 25, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…FADE Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAN 2:5, 1946 PAGE FOUR SATTIRPAY, MAY 25, 1948 ______________________________________________________________________________________________ I I Murphy Continues Injunction Restraining Teamsters' Union' By The Associated Press DETROIT, May 24 -- Circuit Court Judge George B. Murphy tonight con- tinued a temporary injunction re- straining the AFL Teamsters' Union from continuing their drive to or-...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…I + u! $ III _ g\ , F, *1 ' qan 43nt-! WEATHER Fair and Continued Ciear, l~aderate lWin ws VOL. LV, No. 156 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS Weir Discusses War Atrocities Head of U. S. War Crimes Office Describes proposed System of Trials By ARTHUR J. KRAFT "It is impossible to believe the results of German atrocities until you see and smell them, for only when you see the dead and dying do you begin to real...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHI GAN D TI, ritTnA'V- AtA*17 0-9 latic a r~csa asW.Z., l.d£'a. A .."T?: A.AJ A-'AiiA', 7d753 A Eal,; GI's in Germa While Awaitin; By KENNETH L. DIXON . Associated Press Correspondent OCCUPIED GERMANY - When the first post-war lull wore off slight- ly in this section of Germany, the Army brass hats and the lowliest G.L.'s for once were in complete ac- cord. Said the upper bracket brass: "Let's inaugurate a comprehensive athle...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

… riTu 9M t25, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thinclads im for Outdoor Conference c Golf, Tennis Te Wolverines Seek Fourth Conseeutive Link Crown ams Shoot forChampionships A TITLE-CLINCHER? Baseball Team Hits Trail for Madison and Decisive Series <"? Five Man Squad IF Favored at Meet By RUTH ELCONIN Michigan linksmen left today for Evanston, Illinois where they will, seek their fourth consecutive Big Ten title tomorrow at the Wilmette...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DATTV riprnA'V Atv e'e illAL" s i .. TCH \nid A"AiNIq l 13A I YYGv lflAY, MAY ';7.5, 1945 i WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Rural Hospitals To Benefit 7The 7rea4,ni// By DREW PEARSON WASHINGTON-Rural hospitals and health centers can look for a major share of the hundreds of millions of dollars of medical equip- ment to be released by the Army and Navy. A policy has finally been worked out at the Sur- plus Property Board to assur...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY, MAY 25 1945 TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U' Coed Groups To Participate, In Local Memorial Day Parade; '45 Senior Ball I'' Co. A Grads 'USO Offers Assembly Recognition Night; ,Varied Activities Soph Cabaret Petitions Are Due Open to All Will Sponsor (° ^t 9 Women Will Meet At Armory; War Activities Honored University women's war activities will be represented in a special sec- tion of the Ann Arbor Memorial Day parade at 10 a. m...…

May 25, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

…THlE MlICHIGAN DILY FILII)A , MAY _5, 1945 Red Cross Field Director Will Help Servicemen on Campus Red Cross headquarters has an- nounced that Stan A. Plumer will be stationed from 1 to 4 p. m. EWT (12 a. m. to 3 p. m. CWT) Tuesdays and Fridays at North Hall to serve as Red Cross field director to the ser- vicemen stationed on campus. Plumer, now stationed at Romulus Air Base, will be available for helping any student in the armed forces...…

May 25, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… ii: 431Z iaitjj Weather Cloud~y VOL. LIV No. 144 ANN ARBOR, MIChIGAN, THIIRSiAY, MAY 25, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS Allies RAF Break Follows Through Hitler Line, Appian Way; Yank Raid with Smash at Berlin 7,000 Planes Hit Nazi Points In Day Attack Flying Fortresses Go From English Channel To Targets in Balkans By The Associated Press LONDON, May 25, Thursday.-Ber- lin was bombed just after midnight- its second blasting within ab...…

May 25, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…CE TWO THE MTUHTL~ANI flATly -. ..~ .~ .~IA' .3. ~..A U.k .5. ~..P £73. .L~ .U.J .t3. ~L .Li .1. 1-1 U l- l. 1 V H11-ll1 1 itil'1G 1lE l , 1 1I11 l5, 144 E Fifty-Fourth Year "t l 4 ',. . ... , '" ;i "" , ? I j F~ stw, ti t :, '- jj--,--- i Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan tnder the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff <Y f lT . , , 4 :1. Jane Farrant Claire Sherman...…

May 25, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAQZ TUKE rw _ _a Wolverines Beat Fort Custer for Tenth Victory of Season {i Netters Play Final Match of Season Toda v Wiese, Hackstadt Hurl Two .. 1 ' Tennis Squad To Encounter Romulus Air Base Players Northwestern To IBe Greatest Threat to Wolverines for Conference Title Saturday In an abbreviated dual meet, whichh - - will find only four men competing, Michigan's tennis squad will face the Romulus Air Base...…

May 25, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

… TomE MICHI.N .AILY ' H ? TD , ' 25, I944 Gov. Kelly Proclaims 'D-Day' as One for Solemn Refl ection > . U' CooperatesE With Michigan H OCD on Plans Sirens, Church Bells, Whistle, Carillon Will Announce Invasion Governor Harry F. Kelly has pro- claimed "D-Day," invasion day, as a day for solemn reflection and prayer, when all people of Michigan are asked to petition Providence for suc- cess in battle and for the safety of servicemen, Ann...…

May 25, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

… Weather Y ' E Fair and Warmer. Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication aig Edito rial There Is A Difference I VOL. LL No. 169 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1941 Z323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wolverines Defeat Purdue NiMe, 14-4; Netters Win Match Mile, Two-Mile Teams' Crack Michigan Records Hood, Largest Battleship, Sunk By Nazi Bismarck; Bombers Hurled At Crete Trackmen Place Second As To Californians New World Romp Mark Team ...…

May 25, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN D AILY SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1941 bass Turnout Of Electorate To Be Sought Committee Will Stimulate Voters In Fight To Aid School Superintendent Initiation of a campaign to stimu- late Ann Arbor's "inert school elec- torate" into a mass turnout at the polls next September when the Board of Education members will be elect- ed, is the general plan of action de- cided upon by the Citizens' Com- mittee which was formed to help Schoo...…

May 25, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY w PAGE THREE . PAaE TWUPI! a S PORTFOLIO 0 Newberry Nuisance * Dormitory Rivalry By HAL WILSON Daily Sports Editor TELEPHONE CALLS at The Daily Nine Beats Purdue; Relay Teams Place Wolverines Win Easily Wakefield Hits Homer With Bases Loaded; Michigan Drives 17 Hits In Slugfest Slugging Rightfielder Cindermen Trail Golden Bears In Record BreakingTwo Mile Second Tigers Defeat White Sox DETROIT, May 24.-(1P)-E...…

May 25, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN RAITY SUTNAY. MAY 25. 1OA1 ,, 111!11 wiz} 1 7Y'L -66-*' ", E MICHIGAN DAILY i . * A Letter To 4,350 Students By TOM THUMB Modern Science Discovers God As Others Cites refutation of mechanistic approach; energy is the See It .common denominator and the dynamic aspect of the Uni. versal Mind-science and religion can bury the hatchet. Edward J. Bing, Ph.D. in the American Mercury, June, 1941 i itad and managed by students...…

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