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February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…CIVIC SHORTCOMINGS RECOGNIZED See-Page 4 Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom D7atiy CONTINUED CLOUDY High--3 Tow-22 Light snow flurries, with little change in temperature. VOL. LXX, No. 99 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 FIVE CENTS EIGHT SGC Views Discrimination '41 By JEAN SPENCER Problems involved in elimina- tion of discriminatory member- ship practices in student orgaii- zations were debated by Student Gove...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAF Y, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 'U Curator Dies Recently In Florida Services will be held here Tues-, day, March 1, for Philip M. Blos- som, 57, honorary curator of, mammals of the University Mu-, seum of Zoology, who died Feb. 22 in Orlando, Florida. Blossom attended the University' from 1929 to 1930. Soon after, he became honorary associate curator of mammals in the Museum of Zoology. He was appointed honorary cur- ator in...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

… Sou th Will Use Filibuster Sidetrack Legislation GERMAN WORRY: Children Not Given Facts of Nazi P*ur To i 1! MISSILE RACE: Secret Testimony Fails To Settle Senate Fe ud WAS INGTON ( -A Hours of secret testimony by Allen. W.1 Dulles yesterday failed to bring agreement among Democratic and Republican Senators on whether the United States is catching up with Russia in the missile field. Dulles, director of the Central Intelligence Agenc...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

…"Some Watchdogs!" 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 n Opinions Are Free ruth Will Prevail" ditorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This inust be noted in all reprints. SDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: CAROL ...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 5

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Left Vitt >r Opera 'oduction DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 4) The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box office will open Monday to sell tickets for the speech depart- ment-music school production of "Das Rheingold." Richard Wagner's opera will be presented Tuesday through Satur- day, March 1-5, at 8 p.m. The Friday and Saturday per- formances are- sold out, and lim- ited numbers of tickets are avail-. able for t...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY l -. _ o . . VATHEN, LOCKE, RADFORD: Wolverine Shot-Putters Improve the game s n the thi 91 Fred .Katz, r4ssociate Sports Editor i By ROY RHAESA The rules state that you have to ay in a six-foot circle while you y to throw a 16-pound ball as r as possible. This is the definition of one of le less glamorous events in track nd field: shot-putting. Every day at Yost Field House, iree sophomores on Coach Don anham's track s...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVI THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVI - - I - Pivers Gerlach, Webster Ready For Clash with OSU Champions BEAT OLYMPIC SQUADS: WCHA Hockey Teams Highly Rated By MIKE GILLMAN By HAL APPLEBAUM While Michigan's swimmer's have already met their toughest competition this season, the Wol- verine divers have yet to be chal- lenged. PRO SHORTS: Shue Breaks NBA Mark By The Associated Press DETROIT - Gene Shue made National Ba...…

February 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 'AGE EtIT XWAA A(~ lIGU THEMICHGAN AIL II DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN FI ,,: (Continued from Page 5) ing the summer months. There are many new requests for Waitresses, bus boys, bartenders, maids, etc. in resorts from many states. Come to the Summer Placement Service, D528 of the SAB, Tues. and Thurs. p.m. and Fri. a.m. Personnel Requests: Richardson, Bellows, Henry & Co, NYC Consulting fi...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…PUBLISH OR PERISH See Page 4 Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom :43a*1I PARTLY CLOUDY High--32 Continued cold, wind decreasing. ?41'/'V f 1 '! i. h Vl C VOL.. LXX. No. 124 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1960 FIVE CENTS EIGHT FE I fr M o r SURPRISE SECOND-Bill Darnton, Michigan sophomore, pulled a mild surprise by finishing second in the 1500-meter freestyle event in the NCAA Swim Championship at Dallas yesterday. Willia...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

…TWO 7CHE MICHIGAN DAIrffV T7"TTAIV7- -Mwa --w .--- .. s . .. .. ..mm a v.i a.®. x v... a xw an. w. ®..n. x FPIDAY , MAUCH 25, 1960 y _ 1 Program Notes 'PUBLIC ART': SConditInterprets New Role of Architecture BY MAME JACKSON Four University student groups Will present musical and variety shows on their spring tours next week. Groups going on tour include the University Symphony Band, conducted by Profs. William D. Revelli and George ...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

… + i South African Officials Meetings Democrats Meet in Detroit" For Midwest Conference I 1 Forbid Police Stage- Dawn Raids Crackdown Designed To Thwart Rioting JOHANNESBURG () -- Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd's gov- ernment banned all public meet- ings in large towns throughout the nation yesterday in an effort to cripple a growing protest move- ment against racial laws. Large police squads carried out swift raids at dawn against lead-...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • 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 - .- 'hen Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. Y, MARCH 25, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: JEAN SPENCER Publi...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 5

…1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY STUDENT ROUNDUP: Indiana Senate Initiates 'Great Issues Proj eet' r .i By RALPH' KAPLAN BLOOMINGTON-A Great Is- sues Project has been created by the Student Senate at the Uni- versity of Indiana. The project consists essentially of the investigation of a contem- porary controversial issue' by a se- lected group of Indiana Univer- sity students. Each year a subject will be chosen and the participants in the project ...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

…SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1960 SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1960 W Matmen, Swimmers Stand Out in NCAA Meets Win'! VUN. ./I I .1. V" / 4dvance to 7 Michigan's lone two entries in ;he X~CAA wrestling finals, Dennis' Fitzgerald and Fred Olin both re- orded a pair of decisions in ad- ancing through two rounds of ac- ion held yesterday at College Park,, Md. Captain elect, Fitzgerald took Cirginia Military Institute...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SE TIlE MICilIGAN DAILY PAGE SE Track, Tennis eams in South for irst Action Wolverine Track Team in Texas Meet; To Face Texas, Abilene, and Ohio State Murphy Names Six-Man Traveling Squad To Meet Yale, Miami in Tennis Openers By BRIAN MacCLOWRY fi.st.time. The.s J arp t l.a ers w Ahn Jiumb Ohr Min AJ il L 29th L diAIfh By BOB SCHMITZ Big Ten Track Champion Mich- igan will take 18 of the tracksters who brou...…

March 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

…GE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY E EIGHT. THE.MIC.I.AN ..IL .., DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN . { (Continued from Page 5) Benjamin F. Moore, President of the University's Non-Academic Employees Local No. 1583, AFSCME, AFL-CIO an- nounces a special meeting of the local, Sun., March 27, at 6:00 p.m. at Park Ridge Community Center on Harriet St. in Ypsilanti. Lectures Lecture: Donald L. Keene, Prof. of Japanese, Columbia University, will speak on "...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…4 UNIVERSITY GIVES FINE EDUCATION See Page 4 Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom 424bp iy SLIGHTLY WARMER High--74 Lowy-48 Partly cloudy with chance of thundershowers in afternoon VOL. LXX, No. 168 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1960 FIVE CENTS TEN P) House Considers Construction Bill Rabaut Sees 'U' CyclotronaRequest 'As Safe as Can Be' for Passage iehuss, Lewis List Finances, 'P roblem Admissions as mI By HENRY...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…____THE MICiHIGAN' !)A.IV -WD ) ADVERTISEMENT' IN EMA RESENTS 'hursday and Friday e Brothers Karamazov Alumni To Return in June To Attend Annual Reunion METAMORPHOSIS: Exam-Time Mania Enaulfs Ann Arbor Tom Turner, Editor 4 The adaptation of a great ork of art to the screen is it- lf a creative act. There are w unedited masterpieces hose scope does not overflow le tiny frames of a motion icture film. With the possible exception Dickens' ...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…I 3ritain, France Join Xtt ack Soviet in U-2 U.S., Case gn r filactgan Daily Second Front Page Wednesday, May 25,1960 Page 3 h --AP Wirephoto UNITED NATIONS-France's representative, Armand Berard, addressed the Security Council yester- day during the session in which the United States backed up its espionage charges against the Soviet Union with detailed records of 11 alleged Russian agents named by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. To ...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…d Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSrrY OF MICHIGAN The Senior Column dy Charles Kozo~l DRAMA SEASON: William Inge Drama Conveyed with Vigor ,,. ,I en Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 'ruth Wil Preval" STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG.o ANN ARBOR, MicH. * Phone NO 2-3241 ditorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors....…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE "araa aha(t AN LlATT. POSE 182 APPOINTMENTS: egents To Get Faculty Promotion Recommendations Promotions for 182 members of ie University faculty will be commended to the Regents at ieir June budget meeting, Uni- rsity President Harlan Hatcher nnounced. Included are 53 promotions to le rank of fulliprofessor, 64 pro- .otions to associate professor and 5 to assistant professor. Appointed to professor in the terar...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…VINE MIxchIAN DAIL.Y Jesse Owens' Greatest Day By The Associated Press One of the greatest legends in < sports history was created in Ann Arbor 25 years ago today. On May 25, 1935; at the Univer- sity of Michigan's Ferry Field, a slender young Negro named Jesse Owens rocked the sports world when he flashed to three new world's records and tied a fourth. Owens, then just a 21-year-old Ohio State sophomore competing s in his first Big Ten Tr...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 7

…THE MICH~IGAN DAILY Im P . _ LJ 4 First Baseman Roman Signs igei K K~Slugger T o Receive About $30,000; Will Report to Birmingham in Month SGi4 I Bonus Pac I I t 1 11. Major League Standings By TOM WITECKI Michigan baseball Captain Bill Roman signed ah estimated $30,- 000 bonus contract with the De- troit Tigers yesterday. The Wolverine first baseman was officially signed to a contract with the Tigers top farm club, Denver of the...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 8

…EIGHT THE ICIGAN DAILY WFDNESDAY, MA RAY SENKOWSKI ... freshman star SPORT SHORTS: 'M'Sailors Place High, Two Michigan sailors rode the wind last weekend to a two-three finish in the Midwest Sailing Championships held at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Skippers Otto Sherer and John Goldsmith placed second and third respectively in the Olympic elimi- nation tournament. The tournament winner was Ron Marshall of Ohio State. Shere and Marshall w...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday,and Saturday 9:30 'till 11:30 A.M. U FOR RENT, FURNISHED 5 rooms and bath on first floor. Also 4 rooms and bath upstairs, with private entrance. Available June{ 1 and 10. Reasonable rent. Phone NO 2-2625. C65 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 839 TAPPAN near Bus. Ad. School. 2 bedroom furnished deluxe couple or 4 people. Call days N...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 168) • Page Image 10

…TILE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDA7 TIlE MICIHGAN DAILY WEDNESDA' -- ~ A ''~'~~'"~. .AA&&S. S. - . ~ ~t. fl.%SSW.VA4%P. a. ~~~eWflZfl -s ... ~ ..~ ~w. ~ ~. ~.:,asssw.Vaa a '........~..'*' *~** ' '~~' a.s~.s.. ~x:.'~.: ~ ~ **~.* .~. ~ .. .R DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN _______________________"_____wr. .a.aa... .4:.. 1.wn 4"~..a.r ..ra.:ss:.. . . fir.N {fl: s. 7 .M ..Fi .5. ":I......tstt'::' . or its equivalent in a secondary course, and one hour o...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 11

… I DAI ( r ' I DAt I AGAz: Any way you look at it .. . WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1960 WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1960 it's a GREENE'S Handi-Hamper . . . And any way you add it up, you get the same answer: Best bet for cleaning and storing your out-of-season clothes. Here's how it works-you pick up a Greene's Handi-Hamper from the store nearest you (see below) or call to have a driver drop one off for you. Fill it with your tired winter wardrobe a...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

… 'U' Plans Five-Year Outlay Program Faculty Senate: Its Place in J A Modernization of Facilities Stressed by Officials f By Thomas Turner THE UNIVERSITY'S plans for future growth are set down in a five-year, $130 million capital outlay program, prepared at the request of the Legislature. The program would allow for accommodation of 28,000-30,000 students (in contrast to the pres- ent 25,000), according to Vice- President and Dean of Fac...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 13

… ARE THEY DOING? The Place of Alumni at the University Continued from Page Thirteen better controlled, but "the cleanest athletic set-up in the Big Ten" is claimed for the University. Martens reports little alumni pressure or interest (until recent- ly) in University fraternities. The houses are owned by alumni cor- porations and only when finances get in bad shape do the alumni step in. But in other areas, Martens says there is little or no...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

…Fac ty Senate: Its Plac By Joan Kaatz and Peter Dawson NINETY YEARS ago the Univer- sity Senate had social and literary meetings in professors' homes every fortnight. Now it has 1500 members, 200 of whom come to meetings held twice a year, and committees do most of its work. Today questions arise about the Senate: Is it effective, or is it too big? Should it be replaced with a smaller group? And, more gener- ally, does the faculty have enou...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 15

… ie Place of Alumni at the University EN'S HONO IA II Continued from Page Eleven thur Hill (Hill Auditorium) suf- ficient to meet the University's needs. Each year the number of contributors to the fund 'has in- -creasedi by about 2,000, until it now includes 13 per cent of those alum- ni solicited. The Council welcomes modest contributions: one dollar for every year since graduation is one alumni giving formula which is stressed. ALUMN...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

…3W 0.. A View o the Growing University What New Problems Will Be Cr Continued from Page Three the same time a result'of such a f breakdown. This lack of commit- ment is expressed in a general lack of interest in the Faculty Senate, and in a faculty value-system. which places departmental affairs well above all-campus affairs. The Place of Alumni at the How Great Is Their Influence and How Is Their Value Shown? eated ? By Robert Junker It w...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 17

…Activities at the University Student Activities and Edu SLAT ER'S PAY. Continued from Page Seven ing May-Day-like parades and endorsements of programs con- ceived by such pressure groups. Such response to "in-group" pres- sures further divorces SGC from the bulk of those it represents. THEDIVORCE of constituent from representatives is fre- quently a feature of the housing group governments, especially the independent ones. Such a lack of co...…

May 25, 1960 (vol. 6, iss. 10) • Page Image 18

…BI ent ti e University In 'hat Ways Has the Concept bN JAMES ANGELL 18 -1910 HARRY HUTCHINS 1910-1919 By Philip Power AN OLD CAMPUS tradition has Ait that when James B. Angell was president of the University from 1887 to 1909, it was his prac- tice to take a walk when he had finished his work for the day. As this was often early in the morn- ing, he usually found the streets deserted and the campus silent. Quite early one morning, he...…

June 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…THE RULE OF LAW Part IV: The Supreme Court (EDITOR', NOTE: This seven-part series reports the current Law School lecture series on "Post-War Thinking about the Rule of Law") By FRED STEINGOLD The Supreme Court's most effective contribution to the Rule of Law in recent years is found in its decisions dealing with basic rights of the individual, Prof. Paul G. Kauper said yesterday. In his remarks before a Law School audience, the consti- tutiona...…

June 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…Seventieth Year -.ru ' .. EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Then Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Tutb 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. JUNE 25, 1960 NIGHT EDITOR: ANDREW HAWLEY Saade's...…

June 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…1960 TilE MICHIGAN DAILY ._ HItDr RANKS NINETEENTH: Study Finds Michigan Education Costs Low CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SPECIAL TEN-DAY LINES ONE-DAY RATE 2 .80, .39 3.96 .47 4- 1.12 .54 MUSICAL MDSE., RADIOS, REPAIRS 1 MUSIC CENTER Headquarters for Hi-Fi, Record Players, Classical and Popular Records, Electronic Service Department, Quality Diamond Needles, Tape Recorders and Sheet Music. 300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500 X5 Call and Figure 5 ...…

June 25, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATU nng Blanks Senators, 4-0; Senate Readies Sports Bill As Baseball Owners Blast ItBorinC ys'ToHomers Fell Giants WAT TeTm)ThomaseJ.oDodd (D-Conn) )T5frI7 WT(I 11( 111e 1 5 el(1 iat fe oenal sports bill, with acn enToa .Dd troversial provision for an un- Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-Wyo) inited draft of baseball players, and John A. Carroll (D-Colo) gave Associated Press was cleared for Senate action it their support. Mays' two ...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Minnesota . . 26 Purdue Nebraska... 14 UCLA'. . . * * 27 . . . . 27 Ohio State . , 24 Iowa SMU . . ... 0 Oregi on State 22 Northwestern 19 Wisconsin . . 24 Illinois 12 Oklahoma .. 3 Stanford ... 7 Indiana r STUDENTS CRUSADE FOR INTEGRATION See Page 4 Lwi Seventy Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXI, No. 6 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1960 s Sees GOP As Aiding In Rights Progress Cited By Rockefeller By MICHAEL...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PROGRAM NOTES: Leaves, Duty Elsewhere 'U' Television To Feature JaC' . , n~l" iiTini '.u Granted 11 by Regents I Ten leaves of absence and one off-campus duty assignment were approved- by the Regents Friday at their monthly meeting. Prof. Douglas D. Crary of the geography department was granted leave for the first semester of this year, without salary, so that he may take part in the State De- partment's Educational Exchan...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…IBER 25, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Western Reaction Sees Russian Leader's Talk Heightening Tensions MONETARY FUND HEAD: Economist Sees Nation , Living 'Without Inflation' WASHINGTON ()-Per Jacobs- son, chief of the International Monetary Fund, said yesterday the current slowdown in the American economy means the nation is; "learning to live without infla- tion." Jacobsson told a news confer- ence the spotty business picture bears little resem...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…Seventieth Year 11.. EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Wen Opinions-Arq Fre 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. Students and Desegregation DiscussLegal Issues Involved ...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…------- -------- Fn m. l~* v Cl '1i flcir ,l ir1 ±s i rs Ph n" &- IV" 9w A'7 d v~ (Continued from Page 4) their wives are invited. In addition to the five distinguished Faculty Achieve- ment Awards, four Distinguished Serv- ice Awards for Instructors and Assist- ant Professors will be presented for the first time. A reception will be held in the Michigan League Ballroom im- mediately after the conclusion of the meeting. BUY PLATFORM ATTRACT...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY J l\ LA ; err LOWEST PRICES_____________ OFFICER'S SHOES U.S. Army-Navy Type iii SIX WIN, TWO PLAY TIES: Big Ten Teams Have Impressive Day I By The Associated Press Who says the Big Ten is going downhill? On a Saturday reminiscent of past days of glory, Western con- ference teams swept through eight intersectional clashes with a six win, two tie record. In the only game matching league teams, Illinois justified its fa...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…s60 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPORTS BEAT Sophomores Sparkle inVicto: I by TOM WITECKi _I _ The 'Unsung Heroes' Impress INTERIOR LINEMEN, the "unsung heroes" of college football, appear to hold the ' key to Michigan's 1960 football fortunes. Yesterday, they performed impressively and Michigan rolled to a 21-0 victory over Oregon. For the first time since it was installed as Michigan's offensive system last fall, the Wing T worked to near perfe...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

… Pennants won over Ted Wills (1-1), both in relief. The White Sox blew a 5-1 lead, losing to the Indians in the 12th on singles by Woodie Held, Walt Bond and Bubba Phillips. The Sox still held a 5-3 lead with two out in the ninth when Cleveland bounced back to tie the score on a single by Phillips, two walks and a single by Ken Aspromonte., Brooks R~obinson drove. in four runs with a homer, double and sacrifice fly for the Orioles, who snappe...…

October 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…GRADUATE COUNCIL SHOWS PASSIVITY See Page 4 Seventy Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXI, No. 31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1960 AT BERKELEY: Student Editors, Staffs Quit By JUDITH OPPENHEIM Editors of all student publica- tions at the University of Califor- nia in Berkeley resigned in protest this weekend after the Student, Government Executive Committee declared complete control over the affairs, editorial policy and...…

October 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…SWEAT SESSION AND BROTHERHOOD See Page 4 LY VOL LXXL, No. 32 Nixon Criticizes Kennedy 'Errors' Senator Charges GOP Candidate Distorts Survey of U.S. Prestige By The Associated Press Vice-President Richard M. Nixon and Sen. John F. Kennedy stepped up the intensity of their political exchanges last night as both foraged for votes in the Midwest-two weeks to the day before the election, Nixon told a nationally televised Republican rally at Cin...…

October 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Cuban Talk Scheduled For Union Robert Taber, executive secre- tary of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, will speak at 4 p.m.. today in the Michigan Union, sponsored by the Democratic So- cialist Club. Taber, foreign news corres- pondent for a national television network, was in Cuba during the revolution in 1957 and 1958 and has just returned from a recent visit to the island. ADC Announces Publicity Head Marjorie Smith, '6...…

October 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY De Gaulle Cens ure Fails; Supported Atomic Force Engineers and scientists who will achieve Bachelor of Science or higher degrees by January or June of 1961 are invited to ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS with an engineering representative of the DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT COMPANY on TODAY, October 25 America's most citing space and defense proj- ects, including SATURN, SKYBOLT and MISSILEER-and others of like importante- have created outsta...…

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