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October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…Dime Programs I Wil I Hit Campus Y fLit ian ~~Iait3 In Daily' Guise By CRAWFORD YOUNG The ten cent program is returning to campus! But the controversial programs will be scarcely recognizable in their new garb. At first glance, the casual observer will thing it's a copy of The Michigan Daily. * * * * AND HE WILL be absolutely right. For the new dime rosters will be a special edition of The Daily, with an 8x8 inch program on the front p...…

October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

… 1 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY I 1I P~RIZE WINNER: Versatile Museum Head Enjoys Three-fold Life By HELENE SIMON As an administrator, teacher and painter, Prof. Jean Paul Slus- ser, director of the Museum of Art, is leading "a busy but enjoyable existence." Having occupied his present po- sition since 1946, Prof. Slusser re- gards his role as a "fascinating responsibility." * * * THE ARTIST IS "very pleased" with ...…

October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE wolverine Ja vees Meet Michigan State o da SPEAKING of p tpot BY GEORGE FLINT WES FESLER, one of the brightest stars in Ohio State's athletic history, is a good example of one of the really valid trouble spots in collegiate football. Fesler, who will bring an improving Minnesota team to town tomorrow, was the victim of a far from disinterested group of alumni while at Ohio State...…

October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951 i I - - - f 04. r Monoliths & Vigilantees IN EVERY PHASE of pur national way of life, from government to education, from industry to religion, there is an active move- ment toward regimentation. This movement is what is popularly called thought control, and what has recently been more accurately labeled Cultural Vigilantism. Leading men in every field have decried the movement. Yet ...…

October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951 Residences Build Displays For Weekend Campus Makes Ready As Students Set Scene To Welcome Visitors Basements and secluded back yards have become the meeting places for practically every men's and women's residence on campus. With the judging only one day away, work on Homecoming dis- plays has taken on a fast and fur- ious air of mysterious preparation. One big mystery to several local merchants is the disappearance of...…

October 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

… PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951 I I Student Says War Feared SGermans By MARGE SHEPHERD The people of Germany don't want rearmament, according to Erika Fritzen, '53, who recently came to the United States from Germany. Citing three reasons for this feeling, Miss Fritzen, a political science major, said the Germans are tired of war and destruction and fear the outbreak of another world war. * * * SECONDLY, THEY don't w...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…_ ilablesyoera 'Tryou teetings Today Novelists, foreign correspond- ents, editors, business managers, governors, and other potentates will assemble today and tomorrow in the Student Publications Build- ing to try out for The Daily edi- torial, business and photography staffs. You won't recognize any not- ables among the groups which staff tryouts will meet at 1 p.m. today and tomorrow. The ses- sions will all be held in editorial offices in...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

… PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 19.51 11 e---- i -- = Grid Season Programs Given Away Students, picking up their foot- ball tickets at Barbour gymnasium this week, are receiving a season football program free of charge. The programs contain the names and numbers of all University and opposition players for the 1951 grid season. By obtaining a program now, students will not have to buy one before every game. * * * TH...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…I WRDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE f CLAIMS PARTIAL VICTORY: Teaching Fellow Balks at Parking Rules * * * * Engineers I By HARRY REED 'khe revolt of a part time teach- inn fellow was claimed as a be- lated victory over the University's former parking system yesterday as the new parking regulation en- forcement took effect. .Yesterday city policemen began ticketing unauthorized cars in the University's restri...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…xfi hf I PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 US S Michigan's Football System Poin ted %Z T SEEMS SAFE to say that Allen Jackson's article "Too Much Football," appearing in thecurrent Atlantic Monthly, will be some- thing of a bombshell around the Ann Arbor area. Jackson, a first-string guard on the Mi- chigan team for three seasons, pulls no punches in describing his experiences un- der the modern football system...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 Registration For Fraternities Open to Men Counselors Available To Answer Questions About Rushing System mpus fraternities have once ag n thrown out the welcome rug to the University's independent men, as the Greek-letter groups prepare for their annual rushing drive. All male students, including first semester freshmen, may register for rushing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day this week in th...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

… 4 SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SETEMBER 26. 1951 Crimmage Tops _________________* * * utich Remains at Quarter a WWE lidhamStillat Left Half Slot e . Off Le gthy 1VT' Grid Practi ce PIGSKIN SUCCESS: Ex-Gridiron Aces Coach Present Wolverine Club Jackson Surprises Crisler, Oosterbaan Coach Bennie Oosterbaan guid- ed his Wolverine grid charges through a lengthy practice session climaxed by a 45-minute scrim- mage behind Yost ...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Giants Win, Brooks Lose as Pennant Race Stiffens I 5-1 Win Over Phillies HelpsGiant's Chances PHILADELPHIA - (A') - The grimly-determined New Y o r k Giants pounded out a 5-1 victory over Robin Roberts and the Phi- ladelphia Phillies last night to close within one game of the first place Brooklyn Dodgers. While the Giants were ...…

September 26, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

… PAGE EIGHT THE M1CHIGAN DAILY "WVEDN S, DAy, SIFATm. .11 I___________{________________ 'U Students Ask End of Grid Pranks Two campus leaders yesterday called for an end to the series of student pranks w h i c h have marred athletic relations with Michigan State College Two years ago, this campus was veritably deluged with green paint and an attempt was made to ce- ment up the engine arch. In re- taliation last year, the Spartan statue and...…

July 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

… COUNCIL CONTROLS ACTION See Page 2 (Z 4P Ailr igau :4Ia it1 Latest Deadline in the State PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM VOL. LXI, No. 21-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951 FOUR PAGES Jury Indicts Racketeers On Contempt Costello, Adonis, Erickson Tagged NEW YORK-WI)-Frank Cos- tello and two other racket big shots were indicted on Federal .contempt charges yesterday. Costello, h o t a n d nervous, hopped a subway and turned him- se...…

July 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951 PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951 U - S Council Controls Action jH E BATTLE OVER rent controls has ended-at least, temporarily. It consumed more sweat, time and emo- tion than any controversy in recent Ann Arbor history. It was a complex and deep- rooted conflict between contradictory evi- dence, opposing economic principles and burning political theories. It became plagued by side-issue...…

July 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

… THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ' THREE mm Yanks Squeeze by Tribe, 2 1 * * * THIS IS MUSIC? Dodger Symr-phonyStirs Union's Ire By WHITNEY MARTIN NEW YORK-()-It's all right to call the Bums bums, but when you start calling the Brooklyn Dodger Sym-phony musicians mu- sicians, well, that's carrying things a little too far. These musical rinky-dinks are the center of a tempest in a tuba, created when Local 802 of the...…

July 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…4 PAGE TOtTR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951 t Dean Robertson Visits Camp McCoy PI W NEWS I MATCHIN C MATCHSTICKS- Hobbyist G. W. Sweetman of San Francisco uses crayon-pencil to put finishing touches to reproduction of Texas Alamo, made of matchsticks. F A I R W A R N I N G - Structure, publicizing the use of aluminum in building, is one of the features of first postwar Ger- man construction fair, "Constructs," which op...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…Y It A6 aitli 9I .1Ly DORM FOOD EPIDEMIC See Page 3 N Latest Deadline in the State OCCASIONAL SHOWERS VOL. LXI, No. 166 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1951 Allie ensive mashes hea in orti SIX PAGES iorea * * * * * * * * * * * * UNIVERSITY Tro ops Pursue Retreating Reds Ir Chinese Fight To Kee Escape Route Near 38th Parallel Open1 TOKYO-(1)-The Allied offensive smashed ahead yesterday all 0i - across the Korean pen...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY } SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1951 r Big Parade To Be Held At 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Ann Arbor will witness a Memorial Day parade for the first time in ten years. Composed of 29 marching units, the parade will include the vari- ous veterans' organizations, groups from the Ann Arbor schools, sev- eral men's clubs, and units from the Moms and Gold Star Mothers. The marchers will follow a route from the Rackham Building west on Huron...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…191% THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dorm Food Epidemics EARIE this month, 60 wo*en in Betsy Barbour were stricken by violent attacks of nausea. A few days later, the epidemic was over- but good. For the second time in two years, wide- spread sicknesses bearing all the earmarks of food infection hit, subsided and passed into oblivion with the vague pronounce- ments of Health Service officials. In 1949, epidemiologists took tests of food which had been r...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

… T#E MICHIGAN DAILY SAIl tiDAi4, lMtAY 26, 1551 'cE.wOn, Double winner; i M Ohio Nines Split Twin Bill h - )oote zna,,in ffroaa jump Indiana; 5. Vieth, Illinois. :14.8. 880-YARD RUN,-1. Makielski, Mich- igan State; 2. Waiter, Michigan State; 3. Reynolds, Illinois; 4. Rodibaugh, Purdue; 5. Whiteman, Indiana. 1:56 (even). 220-YARD LOW HURDLES-I. Tho- mas, Michigan State; 2. Henson, Mich- igan State; 3. Martin, Indiana; 4. Deuel, Io...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FfM Netmen ake Second Behin dIS;Barrack itits * * * * * * Brose, Michigan State Ace, Tops Hetzeckin Title Round Powerful Spartans Win First Championship By Ousting Northwestern's Defending Titlists 4) * * * By ED WHIPPLE Special to The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan State's power-laden tennis team became the first Spartan squad to win a Big Ten championship here yes- terday with a four-poi...…

May 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY t$, 1951 A1 CTOR ASSERTS: 'U' TV Hour 'Star's Privacy ShouldlBe Respected' Wins Award * * * * actors' private lives should not....: The.....W.....V..Univer....ity:.:.e..e- nvestigated by thHeu sbi Hn-t visin r won Variety Maga- Daniell, star of "The Cocktail Award for education ty' which will open here Tues- ~by television, it was announced asserted. ystrdy yesterday. The theatre is a matter of ii- The ...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…BLACK CAPS: HOW THEY GET THERE See Page 4 C, L Latest Deadline in the State i1 PARTLY CLOUDY, COOLER VOL. LXI, No. 140 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1951 SIX PA '4 I ,a I > * * * * New Engineering Head Appointed Prof. George G. Brown To Replace Retiring Dean Crawford July 1 Prof. George G. Brown, chairman of the chemical and metallurgi- cal engineering department, has been named dean of the engineering college t...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN ]AILY THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1951 i creased Food Expenses use Boost in Dorm Fees Hall, will not be affected, although those residents of Beale and Cou- sins who eat in Lloyd Hall will be expected to pay the new rates. The rate changes were ap- proved earlier this month by the residence halls board of govern- ors. It was not known yesterday whether the increase would af- feet Martha Cook and the Law- yers Club, which are under...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

…I TUb^Ai, "R2 ", 1951THE MICHIGAN DAILY GAME WITH TITANS WASHED OUT: Weyga ndt, AIMS FOR TITLE: Olson Begins Last Year In Golf- Squad Spotlight 111Batting Skigr, Injured - - - - - - - - -- - By CONNIE STOVER Coach Bert Katzenmeyer could- n't have chosen a more able per- former to hold down the number one position on this year's Wol- verine golf team than Bob Olson, the present leadoff man. The story of "Ole's" career is a colorful one inde...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

… _____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY md - Black How They THE appearance of twenty self -conscious black-capped coeds on campus yesterday is a good time for a discussion of Mortar- board-not from the standpoint of its pur- pose, which only national headquarters seems to understand fully, but in regard to its most celebrated function, harvesting the new crop. ,Mortarboard perpetuates itself by select- ing a maximum of 20 juniors on the basis of recommend...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…>1 26, 1951 THE MICHIGAN D AITY PAGE _ yas. .+ :r vaaiv ai YL111I1 Third Annual Class Project To Be Held * * Frosh Weekend Gives Women Introduction To League Activities Seniors have Senior Night, jun- fors present JGP, sophomores take over the League for Soph Cabaret, and the freshmen women have their opportunity Ito entertain the campus with their annual Frosh Weekend. The project was originated three years ago by the members of As- ...…

April 26, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

… T THiRsDAY, APRM 26, 1951 SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY LOWER CLASS STANDING: Incompletes To A ffect Draft Status. (Editor's Note: This is the second of two articles on the present stu- dent draft situation.) By LEONARD GREE IBAUM Students who have incomplete grades for courses at the end of this semester are likely to end up in the lower brackets of their class as far as draft ratings are con- cerned. Registrar Ira M. Smith yester- day warned ...…

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