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February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…REFORM MOVEMENTS Y It'AF PattL 41 Q COLD, See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LX, No. 97 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1950 I -. SIX PA Seek Strike Settlement Out-of-Court Last Chance For Coal Compromise WASHINGTON - OP~) - Soft coal contract talks last night head- ed for their first Sunday session as Government mediators pressed hard for a sudden agreement be- fore the mine whistles blow again. The officials drew...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

… rTHrE MI TIAN II IE SUNDAY, FYBRUHRT 26,195(k'. SUNI~Y, FR~tTUY 2. n. 4 4} a ators Fall to os U, 56-28 t _._. MICHIGAN DAILY Phone 23-24-1 HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M. LASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES NES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6DAYS 2 .50 1.02 1.68 3 .60 1.53 2.52 4 .80 2.04 4.80 Figure 5 average words to a line. lossified deadline daily except 3turday is 3 P.M. Saturdays, .30 A.M. for Sunday Issue. WANTED TO BUY LEICA, Imarect view finder, 90mm sw 13...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…THlE.MlTITGAN DIII ________ Thinclads Ohio's Miler Truex Sets Record T o Beat MceEwen & Down Buckeyes, 62-52 is * * * * Michigan Cagers Bow Before Wildcats, 76-53 By BILL CONNOLLY Setting a new Field House record of 4:10.7, lanky Len Truex of Ohio State handed Michigan's Don Mc- dwen the first defeat of his col- legiate career, but the Buckeyes were defeated by the home team, 02-52. Depth paid off for the Wolver- ines who slammed both ...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

… THI~fCHIGAVNPAJIL'Y SU7NDAY,FERAY2,15 _._________________..__________ a.... '4 Reform Movements The ity Editor's WlE NALLY !CRATCH By AL BLUMEOSEN ELL, WE FINALLY met the Regents. That is, a few of us did. Over coffee excellent cake in the Union a group ome fifty students talked about every- g from the weather to the drinking ban :i members of our governing board for ost two hours. The, general, sentiment of people there s very favorable...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…r Journey to 'Kandy Kingdom' Conquered by sweet talk, stu- dents will pay a visit to "Kandy' Kingdom" at the annual Assembly Ball to be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 alm. Friday at the Union. With music supplied by Frank Tinker and his orchestra, couples will dance amidst a vision of sug- arplums, gingerbread houses and 'men, and lollipops. Candy kisses. gigantic in size, and peppermint sticks will also be found on the scene.t * * * IT HAS BEE...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…AGE SIX THE, MI11IG AN. D.A-I LY SUNDAY, FEBRU~IARY 26, 1950E 4qI~ U~ A U21 Panels Continue Education Conference (Continued from Page 1) r Following Mr. Kauffman's speech, the Conference broke up into three panel discussions. In the opening plenary session of the conference the; movement was passed that no resolutions be adopted by the panels. This was undertaken at the re- commendation of the steering committee, which felt that all ...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

….mow. ... -. . THE MICA I1 ILY 1 Pt CHORUS LINE TO OPERA: 'Bill Holbrook To Direct Lace It Up' By PAUL BRENTLINGER A quarter-century of dancing is a lot of dancing. But to William Holbrook, here to direct the 1950 Union Opera' "Lace It Up," it has been a quar- ter century of fun, which has tak- en him to the top of the theatrical heap. Beginning as an ordinary ap- prentice in a dance chorus, Hol- brook hoofed his way to the posi- tion of da...…

February 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 97) • Page Image 8

…'tG Z KcT IT~l T'T,311TT-GAN L)AmTy, ., i .f. FACULTY FOR KNOWING: Prof. Stevenson Philosophizes 4 At At At A By PHOEBE FELDMAN "Now see here," Prof. Charles L. Stevenson, of the philosophy department, said brushing his hair back as he commented on the problem of language in the "sci- ence of wisdom," ". .. just because you give philosophy another name doesn't mean it's going to be any easier." Prof. Stevenson, who is known in philosophi...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

… IN THIS CORNER 1MwV 74aii4l~ CLOUDY, RAIN See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LX, No. 121 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1950 TWELVE PA I Czechs Elect To Remain In Germany Landed Friday At U.S. Air Base ERDING, Germany-(P)--Twen- ty-six Czechs elected last night to stay in Germany as fugitives from Communism. This partly unraveled the mys- tery of the dramatic, unheralded landing of three Czechoslovak planes loa...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…) THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, 51ARCH 26, 1950 _ _ .._, SUNDA. MARCH 28..S r 1950iw :S ^ °' y )LLEGE ROUNDUP: Students Battle Fear of Subversives By JANET WATTS Students thtoughout the na- ion last week struck out against 4e widespread fear that subver- ive elements have been slipping ato the college community. Harvard students were suc- essful in their drive to rid the raval Reserve Officers Training. orps of the "stool pigeon" clause 1...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE hlli iin Big Ten Gymnastics Crown, Second 4 * * * * * * r DAILY DOUBLE by merle levin, sports co-editor Victors Tally 66 Points, Barthell Stars For 'M' OSU Natators Win NCAA Title IT WAS 9:15. The Daily phone rang and gymnastics reporter MarY Epstein made a lunge for the phone. A look of disappointment crossed his face. It was Elmer Swanson calling to report on Chuck Fonville's effort sin the shot put at t...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…THE -MITASN DAIT SUNDAY, MARCH 2G, 1950 -I uph TAi CORNER... b IT IS unfortunate that racial and religious prejudice is so often and so unintelligent- ly discussed that it becomes the- yawning point in most conversations. People seldom change their minds very much, and ap- parently on this kind of issue they're almost beyond the reach of fact and reason. A recent example of this was the in- cident involving Dr. Neil H. Sullenberger, who w...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 5

… _________________TH XMIcfHI XN DAILY P Petitioning, Interviewing To Open For Posts on Assembly Board ; : ,4 Coats Exhibit) Applications Will Be Accepted For Counsellors of Girl's State Petitions for Assembly Board, executive committee for all activi- ties of independent women on campus, will be due at noon to- morrow in the League Undergrad- uate Office. Members of this year's board will hold interviews for those ap- plying for the posi...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BALLY-HOO WILL CALL YOU! Promotion People Prove Peskiest By We do PETER HOTTON everything from teas to * * * * * * * Anything for talking, elbowing, thre'atening or bamboozling their way into the shaky confidenceof anyone on or off campus who will do them a favor, is the battle cry of three of the peskiest men at the University. THEY'RE Cliff Rodgers, Tom Cramer and Neale Traves, only three of this year's army of pro-...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 7

… FASHION 4F 4bp 4ft t an at FASHION SUPPLEMENT SUPPLEMENT SECTION TWO ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1950 MichigQn Coeds Model Lcitest Sprlng o ege I SIX PAGES F'oshions 1. Posing in suits and hats, especially appropriate outfits for the Easter holidays, are (left to right) Mary Ann Singler, Junell Doty, Jean Decker, Jo Poch and Maxine Reed. Miss Singler and Miss Reed are wearing navy, always a popular shade in suits, and Miss...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1950 I - _.. .....DAY .. MARiv va 20.. 1a~v.:. )' )oe-Eyed Look T kill Yields ark Eyes Shadowing Lends Dramatic Effect By MAD DAVIS Mhat a line! The line around} eyes, that is-an important . for in acquiring the doe-eyed 950 eyes, as they are called, the biggest news since the iper trend began its steady ab back into the thoughts of erican women. ELIEVE IT or not, the. look' fattering. All women realiz...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 9

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY P AC .I Short Skirts ~Accentuate HoseStyles Shorter skirts and cut-away shoes are helping to give stock- ings a more important place in the well-dressed woman's ward- robe. At one extreme on the fashion scale are stockings with clocks and heeltframes which call at- tention to the legs with their elaborateness. At the other ex- treme are stockings so sheer and unembellished that they attract the eye with their very simpli...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 10

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY- SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1950 , I BRIGHT PREDICTION: Spring Features Brighter Colors Sleek Lines, Novelty Materials Highlight Dressy Suits This Year :A By MARGE REUBENE ' Looking ahead to warmer weather, stylists from New York to France prophesy a great de- parture from traditional spring garb in every dress detail. Spring of 1950 promises sunny, sunny colors andpfresh fabrics. Exhilerating yellow edged in Neckwear Model...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 11

… -m-vw J ,., ... M _fl 0,H190 ] M I G DN AILY . Fashion Interest Take It Away Turns To Shoes Footwear Predicted To Take Limelight As Short Skirts Make 1950 Comeback Fashion interest will turn to the foot this spring as experts pre- dict that shoe sales-will reach a new peak in 1950. "With shorter skirts coming back into style, the accent on footwear will definitely increase,' said one local dealer. "Shoes will be noticed now more t...…

March 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 121) • Page Image 12

…HA LX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1950 :IBSON GIRL MAY MAKE COMEBACK: ld Styles Loom as Harbingers of '60 Trend 4-* * * * * * Simplicity To Be Keynote Of Hair Styles This Season REFLECTIONS of Sprinq ,k }Y By JANICE JAMES Members of the current fashion world seem to be predicting a backward trend to the styles of yesteryear. If this proves to be the case, nany a mind will soon commence o ponder the problem as to just what decade...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…AID TO EDUCATION Att See Page 4 VOL. LX, No. 139 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN * * * * * * 4 Telephone Strike Called Off Independents 'To Continue Wage Fight Nation's Service Remains Normal NEW YORK-(MP)-A general x strike by telephone employes throughout the nation is off. An independent strike by some 10,000 telephone equipment work- ers will continue. But the equip- ment workers union last night abandoned plans to picket ex- changes ...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…,,.,-w THiE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 26, 1950- - lNSD -APIL2S 1 O Student UN To Review ChinPolicy The many controversial issues which have arisen over the ques- tion of whether' tIe United Na- ti ns should recognize Communist Chna will be thoroughly hashed out at 8 p.m. today in Room 130 at the business administration building, according to Harriet Gloek who is in charge of the pro- gram. A United Nations Model Assem- bly, sponsore...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY__ 1 atatt)rs, Elect Neisch 1951 Wolverine Tennis Players Battle for Team Positions Junior Star Sparked Relay Squad to Conference Victory By BILL BRENTON Michigan's tennis team took the green outdoor courts of Fer- ry Field for the first time in a week yesterday to open round robin play for team positions. Co-captains Al Hetzeck and IDon MacKay led the 12-man con- tingent vieing for the six singles posts and three dou...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 4

…Aid to Education TIE MIC: THOMAS L. STOKES: Truman Chances this writing the House Committee on abor and Education is in a deadlock the Truman-sponsored federal aid to ,tion legislation. To many experienced iittee members, it looks as if there will o completed legislation on that issue g the present session of Congress. May of 1949, the Senate passed then Inas bill (S-246), which would give ! million to the states to do as they sed with the m...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Teams Prepare For Battle As Frosh Weekend Nears Summer Weddings Planned * * * 3 T- * * Photography Theme To Set Background For Blue Team Dance'R. "Watch The.Birdie" has become t the password of at least half of the freshmen women on campus. The Blue team of Frosh Week- end has chosen as the theme for their dance, which will be given Friday in the League ballroom, an epic of photography through the ages. Coeds have bee...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…TJHE MVICHIGAN DAILY - 2 Student Candidates id Vigorous C r paigns Ay _ _. __ i SL Candidates. Answer Daily ElectionQuestions Seven hotly debated questions now going the rounds of inter- ested students and campus groups were ventured by The Daily to the 58 candidates vieing for 23 Student' Legislature seats in the all- campus elections today and tomorrow. The questions, drawn up by Daily editors with the help of SL officials, are a. par...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 7

… THE MICIHIGA DALI i COOLEY LECTURER: Stason Endorses Checks On Administrative Action By RON WATTS An attempt should be made to minimize the reliance placed upon the discretionary wisdom of administrators of state and fed- eral agencies, Dean E. Blythe Stason of the law school recom- mended yesterday. He offered this suggestion at the second in the current annual series of Thomas M. Cooley Lec- tures. His topic for this address was "Judicial...…

April 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 139) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AGE SET FOR MUSIC: Preparations Underway For estva Programs e stage is set, rehearsal and arations are well under way May Festival which begins week. tting the stage for May Festi- s more than a figure of speech. y spring the Hill Auditorium GRADUATING CLASS z or women over 22 who seek usiness of their own where mndi- lal initiative, determination, and onalitk will pay high dividends nediately.< ou will create your own op...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… UNIONLEAGUE PROPOSAL Latest Deadline in the State *a4i4 CLOUDY, COOLER see page 4 VOL. LX, No. 164 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1950 SIX PAC False Arrest Suit Planned By Students Picked Up For Passing Leaflets Ed Lanning, '52, and Henry Ja- recki, '52, who were jailed brief- ly Monday while distributing leaf- lets protesting the showing of "Birth of a Nation," said last night that they plan to sue police 4 officials for fals...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…'THE MIIC HIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 26.,-1950 '" 3 .. 4 p-, . " a ,w~~ 6 Nine Seeks Title at OSU 4. ac ',' k BUSINESS SERVICES SYLVIA STUDIO OF DANCE-Ballroom, Tap, Acrobatic, Ballet. Over Michigan Theater. Ph. 8066. )9B SHIRTS - Nine hour service (by re- ques), three day service (regular ser- vice). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer- sity. )7B 1LA STEIN-EXPERIENCED TYPIST -Master's and Doctor's manuscripts and legal work. Phone 2-9848...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Golf, Track Teams Vie for Conference Crowm A. r 'M',OSU, Purdue Linksien Listed as Strong Favorites By BOB ROSENMAN Fifty-four college golfers swing into action this morning at Co- lumbus, Ohio, when nine .West- ern Conference golf teams tee off in the opening 18-hole round of the 1950 Big Ten golf champion- ship. The tournament is scheduled for today and tomorrow, with 36- hole rounds slated for each day. It is...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…THE TE i DAILY Union - League Pro posal tz i I "Puip harder - This One's Going Down Too!" DA- hMiA\ [ I HE RECENT Union constitutional meet- ing which failed to attract a quorut ointed out one of the basic weaknesses of he Union set-up. The proposed constitutional amend- ments would have provided new means for electing a president and a secretary and would have raised the quorum for con- stitutional amending meetings. Bty since the sug...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…TH__MII I1IG AI~lt_____ _________ , - - v - 1 1- - Ill-.-..-, - I I LINEN OPERASi MAN% t wted tN 0tvr $8 95 140*4 - 1 v "- , 12 4 -Carlisle Marshall IT ISN'T FAIR-Three members of the Union Social Committee demonstrate a method of cribbing that would probably 6e de- tected by any professor. They promise, however, that there will be no cheating at the Bluebook Ball Saturday - a full measure of entertainment will be given. -N THE IHIOU...…

May 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…-. ,.. Garg To Sell Next Week Generation, Gargoyle and Generation will make their final appearance of the semester next week. The Gargoyle will make its final4 showing Monday, and Generation will go on sale Wednesday. Although the Board in Control of Student Publications decidedj Saturday that there would be no more Gargoyles, the dummy for the final edition of the year had already been sent to the printers. "AND THE GARG'S not going to fizzl...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

…1 CONGRESSIONAL IMMUNITY See Page 4 NE 4it D43aii4i tS Latest Deadline in the State ...... CLOUDY, SHOWERS EIGHT PAGE ® VL. LX. No. 21-9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1950 I .i.rr New Tax Increase Of $5 Billion Is Requested Rates Would Hit WartimeHigh k° ASHINGTON-(AP)-President Truman called on Congres yes- terday for a quick $5,000,000,000 a year increase in taxes as a first installment on war in Korea and1 worldw...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, cholarly Attitude' to Folk usic all Wrong, Panel Find WEDESA_.._Y2~ Oratorical Series 'Speakers '50-'l51 -- INDUSTRY INTERESTED: Beaven Urges More Speech Teachers A'"belligerent, scholarly atti- de" toward folk music is what >many Americans are falling in- was the feeling of a small dis- ssion group of folk music lovers, >nsored by the Inter-Arts Union. This attitude is fine, but anyone .o takes i...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

… w WEDNESDAY, JUILY 26, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY p. ; , ,., ._. .. _ _. r RECORDINGS of the Summer Session BAND CONCERT Available at the HI-FI RECORDING STUDIO Unusual Solo r 521 East Liberty Phone 2-3053 rw BOOK-SALE 9c -99c Fiction and General Stationery Sale 29c -79c at FO LLETT'S WILLIAM STANLEY . . tuba expert P. * * * * * Cello-Like Tone of Tuba Will Be Heard in Stanley'sRecital Michigan Book Store 322 South State Stree...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…" THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, lSHIN and ted tl , thro Leges, ary b ne of aloA what AS L. STOKES: Congressional Immunity VGTON-Senators are very proud perience in this investigation indicates that jealous of the rights and privileges this privilege should not become a license hem as members of what has be- for the character assassination of Ameri- ough guarding of those rights and can citizens. It is believed that from such one of the wor...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 5

… 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ...,. ..:.. m Phols Blank Cubs Twice DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I BARGAIN SPECIALS All COLORED DRESS and SPORT SHIRTS 20% off TICE'S MEN'S SHOP 1107 South University Avenue ACROSS FROM THE NEW BANK * ** Cap Liners Tigers Lose to Red Sox, 7-6; Brownies Trip Yankees, 4-3 Read and Use The Michigan Daily Classifieds 4) Ordered for Tribesmen CLEVELAND -(P)-- General Manager Hank Greenberg yester- day ordered ...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 6

…TLE MICHIGAN DAILYW WEDNESDAY, JDLY. 26, 1$ Q.____ RLEM-SOLVERS: P Discussion Offers orean War Problem QUIET! (HE'S 94 TODAY): Shaw 's Birthday Gets Shavian Snort r. I 'jous plans for the settlement :e war in Korea were offer- students Monday night in P-sponsored all student dis- p ert Leaves r Bach Tal ns T. David of the music I left yesterday for the Berk- Music Center, Tanglewood, where he will deliver two es on Johann Sebastian Bach ...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 7

…WVEDlNES!DAY, JTJTY'A,r9 150 THE MICHIGAN DTAILY - Wardrobes May Be Stretched By Juggling Skirts, Blouses Fashion Writers Advise "Sew Your Own For Useful, Inexpensive College Clothes "If I only had some more clothes!" - "I haven't a thing to wear!" - How many times have you echoed these words? The way to make a few clothes look like a number of different and attractive outfits is to juggle skirts and blouses. Sew your own, too, if you are...…

July 26, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 8

…r lr IN IF& 'I'j r J BOY WITH BATON --Jerry Lyon, four-year-old son of Ernest Lyon, University of Louisville band director, holds baton at a rehearsal of high school and college students. F."1 S H I N G L ES SO N - Guide Pete McGillen (left) shows Ted Wright technique of. remov- ing lure from a nineteen-pound muskellunge caught in the Kawartha Lake district, Ontario, Canada. M OM ENT FOR MO :P PE TS Hundreds of balloons are airborne at...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…..r.. EDITOR'S NOTE See Page 4 Y SAitr tiau Latest Deadline in the State ~a14& CLOUDY, WARM VOL. LXI, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1950 SIXTEEN PAGES I s s I Malik PeaceI Plan Called Propaganda Russian Favored U.S., RedParley By The Associated Press The State Department dismissed as propaganda last night proposals backed by Russia's Jacob A. Malik for settlement of major difficul- ties between the United Stat...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…1 -. 1 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY I'ESDLAY, 3!PTE1WBEM; it, 19th z 9' I-M . Act1*'0 s " e s ' .: "2.+ .,:-gr . ". ° 'r{" :: ,}'F £':.,35,-',C." i'"X"{",- , " '.'" '." r M:,.' v i2,r 2'^,,°av , '4t<'fi'{" 523. " : {-:;t:;"::b ".::{:a:{ .;"".;::}x:t:g;:-'-"t.; a;'?,} "ii: h;: ';,;,.::'3wy 'r h..}4h }. ??ti .. .2. r .}{; :+},r, , .. h[ 4 -.,?4:". p 'nth t 2 ,}LVt} rti':tr}v}} } :$"4': afii.:r > ;'3 . : Xrv{{ .2' \-. yr .n..{ n .;: :;:;:i...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Gs IYunks Take Two from Senators * * * * * * * * * I New York Widens Gap; Phillies Split with Braves IN NCAA TWO-MILE: McEwen Breaks Gregg Rice's Record By BOB SANDELL Associate Sports Editor The talented right arm of Char- lie Ortmann was the feature of the Michigan footballers' second' game-length scrimmage in the Stadium Saturday afternoon. Ortmann paced the blue-shirted varsity to a lop-sided "vi...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…,: ;,, PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1950 i n. W.o - if4.tlW W sel_.4lnWab _m CQito's dote BY JIM BROWN EARLY last Saturday morning a group of childish and irresponsible University students visited the Michigan State campus and splashed several buildings and the ypartan statue with a generous coat of yellow and blue paint. This childish prank not only caused considerable physical damage to the MSC campus but als...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1950 ' .E TC- GANT)A Ta P'AC41 'E Te I 1 all:/ -T 1 .TEA N TTV. . .A... 211AA L' A 13 .A. u _S rAgAcJh r E t £4 I Great Smoke Darkens Ann Arbor Skies Canadian Fire Caused Gloom The Great Smoke that hovered over Ann Arbor and most of the Midwest and East Sunday was nowhere to be seen yesterday as it made its way over the Atlantic and was succeeded here by a bright Fall day that dispelled thoughts that the world was...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…r - PAC six THE MICHIGAN DAILY ITYETA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 Sarah L. Healy Temporarily Fills Dean of Women's Post As Director of Alice Lloyd Hall, She Led Activities of Students Before Appointment Women Students To Be Guided by New Head _____ S * * Dean Bacon To Take Job In Cctober ....... Michigan coeds will find two new faces greeting them in the Dean of Women's office this fall. Succeeding Associate Dean Mary C. Bromage who resigned he...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Coed Fashion Inspires New Trend in Style Collegiate Sweaters Give Designers Idea For Push-up Sleeve Top designers, inspired by coed fads, have created one of this sea- son's important fashion trends- the push-up sleeve. After looking at collegiate sweater sleeves, stylists put the idea in action .One ensemble fea- tures long-sleeved sheath dress * * * ga Orientation Week-that, too, has passed. Freshmen and orientat...…

September 26, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…" . THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1950 4 CONFUSION REIGNS: Campus Building Project Scrambles Classrooms Literary college classes are meet-, ing in alien territory. French history students have in- vaded the Dental Building, while journalism classes have infiltrat- ed the Romance Language Build- igand psychology courses the Business Adiministration Building. INTERMEDIATE Russian is be- ing taught in the General Library and th...…

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