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October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…SCRATCH PAD See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State Dal ti 4 CLOUDY, COLDER VOL. LX, No. 27 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1949 I~~' PRICE FIVE CENTS Strike Crisis Report Goes To Truman White House May Call Conference r By The Associated Press President Truman received a full report on the deadlocked and worsening steel and coal strike crisis yesterday. But the White House said he still hasn't made any plans to take a personal...…

October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…TWa THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1949 .. AT $500,000 COST: Athletic Department Expands Facilities By NORM RIVKEES A $500,000 construction and re- modeling program to expand fa- cilities for student participants and spectators of hockey, golf and baseball is under way in the ath- letic department. With present plans calling for oompletion by Dec. 1, the coli- seum will eliminate student scrarm- bles for seats by offering an add...…

October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1949 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY Ortmann Selected Midwest's Player-of-tih e- Week Newsmen Cite Minnesota Performance O ** * * Chuck Ortmann, the lad who pulled Michigan's Wolverines up from their boot straps Saturday in a virtual one-man offensive per- formance, received official credit for his sensational show yesterday when a national wire service named the blond Milwaukeean Midwest Player-of-the-Week. Injured on the t...…

October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1949 U The City Editor's SCRATCH PAD By AL BLUMROSEN A NEW TREND OF thinking has been started on campus. It involves "human relations," "campus attitudes" and "University integration." You may have read various items about this program in the paper in the' last few weeks. It is time that the campus knows what is going on in the minds of some of its mem- bers. Basically, the idea is this: Much of th...…

October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1949. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tickets Are Still Available For Coed-Bid League Formal COLLEGE MAIDENS FRAMED: Bespectaled Coeds View World Through Rose Colored Glasses Tickets for the annual League Fall Formal slated for Friday are still on sale from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. in the League Lob- by and at the Student Activities Window in the Administration Bldg. Ted Smith's orchestra will pro- vide the music for t...…

October 26, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…THE MICTIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1949 NO GRASS SKIRTS: Americans Manufacture False Myths of Hawaii Initial Speech PlayWill Open TodayI 4 * * F By EVA SIMON Hawaii may mean grass skirts and primitive natives to many Americans, but the large popula- tion centers there are just as modern as nany American cities, according to Clarence Yee, 'SOP,' vice-president of the Hawaii Club. Acquainting University students with Hawaii is on...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… VOICE OF AMERICA See Page 4 ItF 6P ~ai41 FAIR WVARMER Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS Revolt Rages In Paraguay; Army Rebels Capital Bombed In NewUprising BUENOS AIRES--(P)-A mili- tary revolt raged tonight in As- uncion, capital of Paraguay. The government radio said its forces were battling with an army leds by 0o. Carlos' Montanaro, who seeks to overthrow t...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…qf'TTIPQTIAV nrlfvn u-&-D oD -in4o THE MICHIG~ 5..5 .P.L .A.N .DA. 55..LJ 5 j 1111)THE T HT11V N \ rbATTV. °tTU l0W , U'Aj)U~x 6, 94 I ' m :rn n r rn fl- luI C r. r.r.n . i ATTENyTIO ENiGINERS: Engine Booklet Features Facts of Life at Michigan A booklet intended to dig engi- neers from their traditional apathy toward campus activities has been designed by Engineer- ing Council and Trigon, honorary engineering society. Entitled "What Ev...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

… OCTOBER 26, 1948 THlE M ICH IGAN DAILY FAGS TH R FROM THE GRANTSTAND I 1*, Brilliant 'I Defense Stops Gophers By MURRAY GRANT (Daily Sports Editor) Minnesota was great, but Mich- igan was greater. That is the story of Saturday's battle for the Little Brown Jug. The Gophers played the best ball game of their careers, but they were not equal to the performance put forth by the Maize and Blue warriors. THE WOLVERINES excelled in everyt...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

…FOUR "THE ICI ICA'N "DAT'IN TUES=DAB". (lC T[MF.'R1 ° U_ 1448 a asa/ .a TlaTV1A b TV*~~. 4 * .. 4'a a ' T~~A l'ffPR9~IOA .'--, .'a ~ Iu ~Z avis iarla VVi'V1YG Xit1y''1'#8 i Voice of America AS THE PRESIDENTIAL race "enters its final week, both the major candidates as well as the American public seem fairly unified on the principal of a bi-partisan foreign policy. Americans are convinced that they must take the leadership which is theirs...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 5

… TUESDAY, OCTOBER M2, 19~48. t TH]E.MIC IT AN}DA TAY PAGE FIV THE i 1 iTV111 \A L L1iTY LG 1I .. . .. Dean's Office To Announce Housing Space in December The Office of the Dean of Women willcknow exactingwhat openings are available in various types of housing, when the dead- line for women's spring housing applications is announced in De- cember, according to Associate Dean of Women, Mary IBromage. Explaining the later deadline this year...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 6

…Tilt MIC ITIGAN CAI T.Y TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1948 GO YOU COED-Two unidentified women caught in a close finish during one of the 25 yard free style races. BRING ON THE GOILS-For some strange reason, men consistently make up most of the crowd that each year packs the Union Pool balcony to watch the 300 girls compete in the WAA swim BIRD'S EYE VIEW-Barbara McCready, Ginny Correll and Buffy PRETTY OFFICIAL-Even the Barrs climb up on a window...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…INAVY DAY Oft Pate 4 LwF4h 4kzii4 CONSIDERABLE CLOUDINESS Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 30 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY OCTOBER 26, 1947 PRICE FIVE Wolverines Down Stubborn Gophers, 13-6 Soviet Plan Gets Setback In Test Ballot Final Vote To Be Taken Monday By The Associated Press LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 25-Th, United Nations political commit tee tonight refused to send Rus sia's "warmonger" resolution to a draftin...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…rAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, . . . . ............... . TRIA' AND ERROR: 4 w 4 t Senior Law Students Lem By Practice in Novel Cort' By FRAN IVICKI Where can a lawyer make a few mistakes in pleading a case with- out his client losing money or go- ing to prison? Four hundred senior law stud- ents in the University know of such a place. It's the Practice Court in Hutchins Hall, where ev- ery Tucsday and Friday after- noons the stude...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…SUNDA'~Y, OCTOBER 26, 1947, T HE MICHWTAiN DATIY ..- Spiritual Needs Of Man Cited At N.Y. Forum Weizmann, Dulles, Barbara Ward Speak (Continued from Page 1) obligation. It establishes a duty and a code of conduct so that the freedom to which men are en- titled will . . . be used with res- pect to the general welfare." Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, gov- ernor designate of the United, Provinces of India hit at the "selfishness, greed and lust for ...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA, OBM U~, 14 UJ! lr td$gutaitg MATTER OF FACT: Mr.lowles and Mr. Porter FiftyEighth Year 77- Edited and managed by students of the Uni- versity of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff John Campbell...................Managing Editor Clyde Recht .......................City Editor Stuart Finlayson...............Editorial Director Eunice Mintz....................…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…K SUNDAY, XCTOBER 26, 94" THE MICHIGAN DAILY fl-Hoppers Tickets for Semi-Form To Go on Sale Tomorro' Will Dance Tony Pastor and his orchestra will be the featured attraction at Assembly's A-Hop, a man bid, semi-formal dance to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov. 8, in the Intramural Building. Pastor has been in the public eye ever since he found himself appointed as leader of the old Ar- .tie Shaw orchestra. Stubby Pastor, you...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…STS THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . ..... . .... . ............... . ... . I PURDUE ILLINOIS 14 PITTSBURGH 121 NOTRE DAME 21 N'WESTERN 7 OHIO STATE 0 IOWA 0 INDIANA 7 WISCONSIN 35 COLUMBIA 6 MARQUETTE 12 ARMY 21 KENTUCKY 20 MICH. STATE 7' PENN 6 NAVY 21 0 Michigan scoring Machine Slowed Up By Gophers j -4' V PurdueSurprisesIllini By 14-7 MinnesotaTakes Early Lead in Bruising Battle Ai Boilermakers Use Five Backs In Pass Def...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…uoz.iTIIlE E MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Football Scores EAST ' Bradley 39, North Dakota Uni- Pittsburgh 12, Ohio "tate 0 versity 15 Fenn State 21, West Virginia 14 Butler 21, Western Michigan 20 Pennsylvania 21, Navy 0 Carroll (Wis.) 40. Albion, Mich. Brown 13, Colgate 13 (tie) 0 Cornell 28, Princeton 21 Miami (Ohio) 21. Ohio Univer- Holy Cross 26, Syracuse 0 sity 0 Yale 49, Springfield 0 Reloit 8, Knox 0 Fordham 12, King' Point 0 Dubuque Universit...…

October 26, 1947 (vol. 58, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…a .:..T. .IC.IGAN D AILY ^ OTOE , D47 Doctors Need Humanities,' Says Kennedy Canfield Talk Given By Regent-Physician Restoration of the "intangiblk values" which make the relation- ship between doctor and patien one of mutual understanding anic trust was recommended Saturda. by Dr. Charles S. Kennedy, -.neak-h ing here yesterday. Dr. Kennedy, Detroit physiciv. and a Regent of the University, delivered the Roy Bishop Canfield Memorial Lectur...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

… Mic higan,Illinois To Clash Before Sellout Crowd * c * *: * Wolverines Aim at Seventh Straight Triumph Over ChampaignEleven C * * * * * * Fired for a do-or-die struggle, the legions of Michigan and Illinois will renew their bitter 48-year-old rival- ry at 2 p.m. today when they clash head-on in a key Western Conference scrap at Michigan Stadium. A sell-out throng of 85,938 Home- coming fans will jam their way into the spacious Stadium...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO T HE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1946 Candidates' Statements A J-Hop chairman will be selected from the following candidates in the campus elections Tuesday. Qualification statements of . the nominees follow: Camille Ayo ... I believe myself qualified from previous experience to serve onrthe J-Hop Committee. I have partici- pated on the central committee of Sophomore Cabaret, Pan-Hel Assem- bly Ball, Feather Merchant's...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1948 TilE MICIGAN7 DILY PAGE THREE ________________________________________________________________________________________ I I Loss Would Kill Nation's Grid Giants Face Illini Title Hopes Strong Opposition Today ArmyMeets Improved Dke& Eleven; Iowa To Test Notre Dame's Power Eliot To Field Stars A-plenty (Continued from Page 1) * * *.*. carry. Young, who has been the target of all five of Illinois' oppon- e...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1946 _ ---- . ..CetterJ to te ditor .. . PD RATHER RE RIGHT: Carnival of Foreign Affairs Mature Women To the Editor: N REGARD to the proposal for upperclassmen privileges drawn up by the House Presidents' Association, I would like to point to what seems to me to be the principle of the matter: that the women on the University of Michigan cam- pus, and on others, too, are not permitted to think fo...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

…26, 1946- THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Dance Will End Homecoming Events v In-formal Affair Will Feature Elliot Lawrence Today at I-M FootbaII Theme To Predominate The music of Elliot Lawrence, his piano, and his 20-piece band will highlight the annual Homecoming Dance to be presented from 8:30 p.m,. to midnight today 'in the Intra- mural Building. Lawrence, a newcomer to the ranks of top-flight bands, has had ten years of musical ex...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…WAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1946 Ii _ -- 1 I Wanta' Go Back to a 9 ...to dear Ann Arbor town! Joe's and the Orient are now only the S 00 words of a song, but these Ann Arbor merchants are here to serve you today! INDIA ART SHOP 300 South State OLD KENTUCKY GIFT SHOP 5426 Plymouth Road MAIN POOL ROOM 205 North Main KURTIS EXTERMINATOR CO. 308 Maynard STAEBLER'S BEAUTY SHOP 601 East Liberty DIMATTIA'S Hollywo...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 7

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE , ENTN PAGE SEVEN MECHANICAL GENIUS: Influenza Immunization Data To Be Tabulated by Machine The gargantuan task of sorting cards and tabulating data on almost 18,000 University students, who will be immunized against influenza dur- ing the coming week has been figur- atively eliminated. Instead of requiring the services of a host of clerks working far into the night, the work will be don...…

October 26, 1946 (vol. 57, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT Tl ------..s4ANk 1l TTa.j a t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1946 TTIE MTCTTTAN DlA1LYe _ - _ _ I _ _ _ _ ._ _ _ _ _ _ vA Ra..Y ,. .. . COBR2G.vy +v 23RD YEAR: Scouts Have No Trouble Seating Fans The crowds that jam Michigan Stadium every football Saturday pre- sent a lot of problems, but they don't faze the Boy Scouts of America. The scouts have been getting fans into the right seats and running er- rands. for the past 23 years. Backed...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… Jr Cloudy and Warmer Lie igu t Editorial Colleges Must Aid Defense Program..w ~?A~V TTU ~. fl 1 V VA.. JUH. NO. Z5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1941 -Z-112.14 PuT~a M FTVE , ~ , .. .. -.. .. - -a aa3 r7 £b&Lr Wolverines Edged Out By Minnesota, 74 ~' * * * Frickey Carries Ball Over For Lone Tally In Yesterday's Grid Tilt... Gopher Power Gets Under Way Early As Daley Picks Up Three Yards A7G/L.L&& V1' LL L ti...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY To Give Recital DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN SHOWS CONTINUOUS TODAY at 1-3-5--7-9 PM. Now Playing! GRAND ADVENTURE - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1941 VOLA LII. No. 25 Publication in the Daily Official Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Notices Senate Reception: Since no indi- vidual invitations are being sent, this is a cordial invitation to all members of the teaching, administratfive, and research s...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

… THEU1V MWHIGAN DIi.LY A" PAGE THREE Teti Dollars- And Thatlsn't Chicken Feed. Varsity Band Offers Cash For Formation Ideas For O.S.U. Game Anybody want ten dollars? No, no strings attached. Nothing to buy, nothing to sell. All you have to co is' turn in a winning formation suggestion for the University March- ing Band and you win a ten-dollar prize as well as get the chance to see your formation presented at the Ohio State game here Nov...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ', j . / TI Edited and managed by students of the University of chigan under the authority of the Board in Control Student Publications. Published every morning except Ivonday during the niversity year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press rhe Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the e for republication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited id this newspaper. All hts of republic...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

…SUNDRT'Y, OCTOB3ER 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Independents' Banquet To Be Prefaced By 'Fortnight' II _ i Five Branches Of Assembly To Participate Non-Affiliates To Examine Work Of Groups In Programs To Be Given At Six Dorms Beginning tomorrow, Senior So- ciety members will present their an- nual Independent' Fortnight, which will continue for the two weeks be- fore Assembly Banquet, Nov. 10, and will consist of programs designed to acquaint the f...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Graham Soph Halfback Passes Twice For Markers Purple Holds Big Margin In Statistics; Buckeyes Score On tong March COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 25. -'l)- Northwestern's snarling Wildcats clawed their way back into the West- ern Conference football picture to- day, defeating an out-manned but not out-fought band of Ohio State Bucks, 14 to 7, before 71,896 fans. The Cats, armed with the unerring passing accuracy of sophomore half- throu...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 7

… ""' " THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ES Army ... Columbia 13 Boston College . . 14 Cornell.........21 Navy ...........0 Alabama..... . .0 Georgetown..... 6 Colgate ..... ... ..2 Harvard ........ .0 Georgia ...... . 27 Vanderbilt 14 Princeton i Michigan Loses To Minnesota, 7-0, Nationwide Gridiron Results . . EAST Fordham 28, Texas Christian 14 Holy Cross 13, l4ew York U. 0 Brown 13, Lafayette 0 Dartmouth 7, Yale 0 Syracuse 49, Rutgers 7 ...…

October 26, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 25) • Page Image 8

…"THE MICHIGAN DAILY Joe L. Davis To Give Talk On Literature Lecture Today Sponsored By International Center As Part Of Series "The Modern Movement in the Lit- erature of the United States" will be -the subject of an address by Prof. Joe L. Davis of the English depart, ment at 7:30 p.m. today in the In- ternational Center. The lecture which' is one of the regular series of Sunday evening pro- grams sponsored by the Center, will serve as the ba...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… Weather Partly cloudy; continued warm. tY G, igan ~~Iaiti Editorial Conscientious Objectors Tolerated Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication VOL. L. No. 24 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1940 Z-323 Rampant olverines Faceuakers PRICE FIVE CENTS Sday John L. Lewis Throws Support ____ To Willkie C Labor Leader) Says He Willi Retire Should, Discussions By Tax Institute To Consider Fund Expenditure Backfield Aces Clash...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…P ERSPECTIVES University Of Michigan Literary Magazine VOLUME IV, NUMBER 1 Supplement to THE MICHIGAN DAILY OCTOBER, 1940 ILLY.K A-BABBY. by Charles Miller ESPITE the fact that he was a trcuble maker, despite the fact that he had few friends and many enemies despite his bellig- erent appearance, despite his immoral attitude towards life, despite his rebel- liousness, ahd even despite his chronic destructiveness, Billy Kababby was one of...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE Two THE MICHIGAN DATLY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1040 SATURDAY. OCI'OBER 28. 1940 w Radio Series Will Illustrate 'City Planning 'Awakening A Community' To Be General Subject Of RegularPorgrams , First of a series of 19 radio pro-, grams under the auspices of the com- munity planning program directed by Alvin Zander of the education school will be broadcast at 5:45 p.m. today over station WJR. Originating from Morris Hall, the roundtab...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page Two P ERSPEC T IV ES BARBECUE AT BEN'S NECK by Ethel Howe Moormccn T WAS a mid-summer afternoon it Ben's Neck, an Alabama colore settlement. An indolent breeze whis pered to itself in the tops of th long-leafed pine trees and pink crep myrtles that snuggled close to the gre cabin walls, cradled droning bees. Mrs. Pleasant Williams sat on a benc under her scuppernong grape arbo smoking. Her slim figure slouche against a post as, with st...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER "6, 1940 THTE MTCTT( N TAT O MY.a=~. a rj i S Laa s as u 1\i a Via a V L'f 1" ll 2'1 3 L 1 '! ,. .t. Michigan Meets Quakers In Nation's Foremost Grid don wirtehafter's DAILY DOUBLE The Modest Mr. Munger .. - His hair cut short like any good Easterner, his clothes as flashy as a Princeton playboy, youthful, bespectacled George Munger walked into a Ypsilanti hotel yesterday morning. We were waiting for him and knew what t...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…P E RSPEC T IV E FS Pu e Three MEASBUREFOReMEASURE ...B Frederick R. White L ITEIATURE is the ordering of mimic-events into certain fixed and significant relation- amps, the creation, that is, of an intelligible world distinct from the world about us charged with mean- ing in such a way that it is rather an interpretation or a criticism of life than a reprodetion of the unintelligible flux of reality There are, then, two profit- able poits...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Washington Merry-Go-Round DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN iG WTI9R ~ C oVfEar ,,,,,oIIE~A AJNM~ Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Bummer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Assolated Press is exclusively ...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Pager FP ER S PE C T I V E S MEASURE FOR MEASURE ..Contined from Page Three references to events of its own day. Ostensibly placed in Vienna, the play may well turn on a problem of con- temporary London, and several remarks of the minor characters refer beyond all doubt to the commencement of James' reign and to the puritan pres- o sure for restriction of leaping houses. It is possible, then, to come to some conclusions about the amount of li...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

… SATURDAY, OCTOIB) 26, 1940 Women Golfers Are Invited To Enter Annual Tournament THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE FIRV Inter fraternity Ball Patrons By BARBARA de FRIES Now-a-days you don't have to be a golf genius to enter the annual golf tournament-you don't even have to be good-all you have to be is enthusiastic. Continuing along the traditional Pitch and Putt lines, the University women's golf club is sponsoring a tournament which began the first...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…SPERSPEC TI VES Page Fite ONCE IN 649,740 TIMES By Jay McCormick F IVE MEN sat at a round table play- ing poker. It was payday, and in the firemen's room on the star- board side of the after cabin they had started the game. Around the table were a fireman, an oiler, and a second mate, a porter from the galley, and another oiler. The fireman had red hair. He was like all the red-heads. He was tall and thin, with a long nose in two joints and...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY saTU LocalDraftBoard Lists Registratii The Ann Arbor draft board an- nbunced yesterday the list of regis- tration numbers 500-1,000. 501, Harold H. Sjostrom. 502, Thomas A. Clague. 503; Raymond C. Smith. 504, George C. Hertler, jr., 505, Samuel Bousky. 506, Arnold R. Rich., 507, Donald K. Anderson. 508, Paul L. Proud, jr. 509, Carl R. Beck. 510 Michael J. Meyer. 511. George J. Braun, Jr., 512, George H. Clague. 513, Werne...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Page Six -PE RSPECT IVE S Page Ste '~PERSPECTI VES from GUERNICA... by Edwin Q. Burrows it/e: Zite Lull Oh, blanco muro de Espana! Oh negro toro de penal Lament has washed arenas with its rain and evening sleeves are raised to catch the air. Somewhere the toreadors are going home with stained elaborate mantles on their shoulders; somewhere fiesta pains the afternoon and ears with flowers hear a pale guitar; somewhere a dancer and a roving...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…'PERSPECTI V E S Page Seven from THE LINCOLN LYRICS by John Malcolm Brinnin omewhere fin fi/noi This is the country o.f corn; whatever else The eye affirms is unexpected here; Like Babylon and Egypt roads repeat Earth's river-valley cultures in the West. All elements the city keeps in rooms- Wind-symphony, cloud-color, speech of crows- Ungathered and as palpable as grain Establish here their freer harmonies. Man is an incidental here: so f...…

October 26, 1940 (vol. 4, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…Psg 'c// TPE RSPECTI VES MEASURE FOR MEASURE ..Cortfrii~CC o perilous mouths, That bear in them one and the self-same tongue, Either of condemnation or approof; Bidding the law make court'sy to their will: itotieg bth right and wrong to the appetite, To follow as it draws! (II, 4, 12-77) The contrast is not only dramatically effective because of its vividness; it al- so serves to mark off the characters clearly and. to sharpen the ethical ...…

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