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May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…FANTASY See Page 4 Pg Latest Deadline in the State 41Iattii .' , 4 r al c FAIR, WARMER VOL. LIX, No. 149 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS U To Reveal Phoenix Data On May 10 Will Detail Scope At Public Meeting Details of the entire scope o the Phoenix Project, University "livingV War Memorial, will be re- vealed for the first time at a public meeting at 7:30 p.m., May 10 in Rackham Lecture Hall. Featured on the...…

May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…-THE__ICIIGA ' _DtIILY TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1949 i i o i r - t DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in The Daily Official Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Notices for thetBulletin should beksent in typewritten form to the Office of the Assistant to the President, Room 2552 Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m. on the day preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Saturdays). TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1949 VOL. LIX, No. 149 Notices ...…

May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 97A . ., Golf Squad Overwhelms MSC Baseball Team Faces Broncos. In Home Game This Afternoon l.) Sailors Prepare for Future Through Intra- quad Raees After swamping the Notre Dame tars, 11-2, in Saturday's dual re- gatta, the Maize and Blue sailors "competed" against themselves Sunday at Whitmore Lake. In an effort to determine skippers for future races, each school ran elimination races with- in its own fleet. Commo...…

May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY )RATHER BE RIGHT: Modern Fantasy By SAMUEL GRAFTON HAVE BEEN reading JohnP. Marquand's "Point of No Return"-very good, and what hit me hardest in it is the long section describing the spring and summer of 1929. Mr. Marquand touches off that fantastic year very well, getting its woozy, dreamy quality down on paper-the absolute con- fidence so many had that nothing could go wrong, and the simple, childlike wonder with which ...…

May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

…AY 3,9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Decorations at 18th IFC Ball Will Depict Waterfront Life Decorations for this year's IFC Ball, which will be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, will trans- form the IM Building into a pano- rama of waterfront life. Travel posters and pennants, and murals of typical scenes will decorate the foyer of the building, while a colorful sign over the en- trance will introduce guests to the mood of the dance. The usual ...…

May 03, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… 13io-Chemist' Will Lecture 4tRackham Dr. Howard B. Lewis, chairman 3f the biological chemistry depart- nent of the Medical School, will ive the annual Henry Russel Lec- ure at 4:15 p.m. today in Rack- lam Amphitheatre. The honor goes each year to the aculty member adjudged to have achieved highest distinction in his chosen field. * * * DR. LEWIS, an outstanding leader in bio-chemistry, pioneered in research on sulfa compounds and nutrition. I...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…REGULATE VIVISECTION See Page 4 L wFA6 Dull;; CLOUDY, LiGHT RAIN Latest Deadline in the State VOL. VLII, No. 148 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1947 PRICE FYVE CENTS Bell .Co. Kills Union's $11 Wage Boost Strikers' Offer Called 'Fantastic' By The Associated Press DETROIT, May 2-The Michi- gan Bell Telephone Co. today re- jected an offer of 6,000 striking plant employes to end a 26-day walkout on the basis of an overall wage incre...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 2

…TWO -THlE Miciii6ANTEAM' SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1941 250 TO PARTICIPATE: Foreign, American Students To Attend Seminars on Peace An estimated 250 students, 200 of them foreign students studying in American colleges, and 50 Amer- ican students, will have the oppor- tunity to study and discuss the problems of the world peace in seven seminars in various parts of the country this summer. U.S. To Assist Pan-A merican O raduateS tudy.. A limited num...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

…SaA'URDAY, MAY 3, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY wooll wig I a 11 Three 'M' Teams Wise, Rankin to Oppose D. Iowa Nine in Twin Bill In1 LO To See Action at Ferry Field Old Man Weather spread a bit of the dew about Ferry Field yes- terday morning and then kept enough dark clouds in the sky the rest of the day to cause in- clusion of yesterday's Iowa-Mich- igan baseball game in a double- header today starting at 1:30. Both coaches have indicated...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, IWAT , f i -_ SATUIUJAY. ~AY 3. 1947 Regulate Vivisection ANTI-VIVISECTIONISTS have for years complained about the use of animals in scientific experimentation, and certain sec- tions of the American press have printed spectacular pictures to shock and revolt their readers. To eliminate such criticism and to put animal experimentation on a well-regulated and a humane basis, state legislation is now under cons...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

… SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1.947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WAE SATURI)AY, MAY 3, ~947 PAGE 1 Instllction Program To Be Held Monday Michigan Maize Broadcast To Be Given at I p.m. Today 'League Posts Will Be Told At Annual Event in Rackham Olympic Bal To Feature I Magazine Editor Is Guest Speaker Installation Night, an annual program to install new League of- ficers, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Rackham Lecture Hall. Miss Betty Brown, Colle...…

May 03, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

…Tilt MICHflTGA'S 1iXItZY .4 ---- SATr"AT.I IVTA t. INI - . BANQUET TODAY: Lutheran Student Group Will Observe 30th Anna.er Fly__z The Luthe<j rn. ;iu dnt Associ . a continuous histoly f('PtAi tiol will obserIve 0.t, Aotli aiiriver_ time. From 1921 to 1945 it was sary today with a banquet to be onducted jointly by Trinity and held at 6 p.m. at Zion Lutheran lion Lutheran Churches with the Parish Hall. meetings held in Zion PariLh fHall. Work...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…MISSOURI VALLEY Y AUTHORITY ee Faga 4 Sirtuyran 4:Ia ii4y CONTINUED FAIR VOL. LVI, 130 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS Students Plan Campus Food Conservation Delegates 1ropose Relief-Fund Drive More than 50 representatives of campus residences unanimously rec- ommended a three-point program for food conservation and a campus fund-raising campaign to send food abroad at a meeting sponsored by the Student Religi...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO T HE MICHIGAN DAILY Arabian Committee Threatens Britain % By The Associated Press JERUSALEM, May 2-The power-' ful Arab Higher Committee told Brit-' ain "in the next thing to an ulti- matum" today that Arabs now 'would proceed with organization of forces and prepare all means for defense in order to resume the national struggle," a committee official de- clared. He said the "national struggle" referred to the bloody uprisings of ...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, MAY 3, 194 T H E IICHIGAN IAILY _ _ .. _. ..... w __ _ x A Illini Nine hreatens Michigan Win Streak Today 4 _ v STRIKE Twio By RUTH ELCONIN Dauly Sports Staff MOST OF US realize that the 1946 baseball season is going to be quite different from past years, not only because scores of players have returned from military service, but also because the National Pastime's "unwritten law" has been broken. Last year,amid cries of protest...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAx MA Fifty-Sixth Year $100,000,000 SAVING: MVA and Public Power Coll tPoeepiial ON ¢N D DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Ir '4, v1I Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Editorial Stafff Margaret Farmer Hale Champion Robert Goldman Emily E. Knapp, Pat Cameron Clark Baker Des Howarth. Ann Schutz, Dona Gulmaraes ...... .. Managi...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 5

…ex , TiE MIChIGAN DAILY Petitions for Sophomore Aides Installation Night To Judiciary Council Due Now For Executives A _ _ ._ _ . " f1 - 7 l l1 __. Hillel To Give Workers Needed Spring Dance For Committees Of Olympic Ball F d Woodworth Will Furnih I -- All students who are interested in working on the decorations committee for the Senior Ball arv urged to attend the mneeting- that is to be held at 4 p.m. today in the Union, and should b...…

May 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 130) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rRMDAY, MAY ^, 1044 CRISIS AHEAD FOR MICHIGAN' EDUCAT ,IION: Survey Reveals TeacherSeirit Bconig Mt With more than two fob available for every new teacher in Michigan, estimates reveal 30 per cent fewer new teachers this year than in 1942, according to a Bureau of Appoint- ments survey. Last year, total placement was 2,653, with a demand for more than 5,500 new teachers. The shortage trend is shown in te 1945-46 annual ...…

May 03, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…t i 6 tll Y 4mx 4d VOL. LV, No. 137 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1945. PRICE FIVE CENTS LL GER FORCES I IT LY A * * BERLI 1* * * * (i * TURED BY * * * * rU R Nazi CapitalFalls In HistoricB Soviet Communique Reports Suicide Of Hitler and Goebbels During Struggle By The Associated Press LONDON, May 2-Berlin, greatest city of the European continent and capital of Adolf Hitler's blood-drenched empire, fell t...…

May 03, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHiGAN DAILY ThURSD)AlY, MAYT3l;1 1 ' t.C t MYi tt l WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Truman Backs Hard Peace Fifty-Fifth Year Edited and managed by studeuta of the Untverslly of Michigan under the authority of the Board In Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Margaret Farmer Ray Dixon. . Paul Sislin Hank Mantho Dave Loewenberg Mavis Kennedy Anm Schutz Dick Strickland Martha Schmitt Kay McFee Editorsral Staff S ...…

May 03, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, MAX 3, 1945 THE iClHIGAN DAILY PAGE °3 FMFF ~F~TURSDAY, MAY 3, 1945 PAGE T~IFE Michigan ine Face Tracksters To Compnete ini Wolverines Take On Purdue, Wolverine Golf innesota In Crucial Tilts F2 Tri~an ular Meet , ai uh flue /((4 liy HANK MANTHO Daily Sports Editor Ray Louthen, Bowman To Pitch in Vital Series Four Last Year Squad Members Comprise Bulk of This Season's Minnesota Team Miami at Lafayette, Saturday1 Parson...…

May 03, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…THE ICHIGA DAILY '1'IIIJRSOAV, MAY 3, 1345 TH MCIG N ATYTHR~A, A 3 4 Truman, Convinced Hitler Dead, Acts To Punish War Criminals 'Potter's Field' - - As Chief Cone By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 2.-Convinc- ed that Adolf Hitler really is dead, President Truman acted tonight to bring to swift justice other leaders guilty of high crimes against civili- zation. (The nightly Soviet communique, quoting Dr.Hans Fritsche and issued soo...…

May 03, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

… , A E ~i IL: A~aiti; Weather Showers VOL. LIV No. 125 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS Three-Day -1 1 AttackRocks Truk, Carolines British Heads See Churchill Rulers Hear Prime Minister on War By the Associated Press LONDON, May 3.-Prime Minister Churchill, welcoming Empire prem- iers to 10 Downing Street, told them they were here " in the most deadly climax in the conflict of the nations, at a time when a...…

May 03, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…I# PAM IMO TUT MICHIGLAN fIATI WEDNESD*~fAY. MAY 3. 1944& a as ... 1114111 V'1"a 1\ L 1m 1 iJ 1 ~ YXlu1Va1!4q VIAA.i r Mir4tgatt Bay Fifty-Fourth Year WLB Played Fair with Wards 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 regular University y day and Tuesdayd Jane Farrant Claire Sherman Stan Wallace E...…

May 03, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE War Council Positions Revealed at Insta lation Night Groups Announce Heads, HonorariesTap (Continued from Page 1) Gaffney will be in charge of awards.I WAA Ieads NamedI The interhouse manager will be Barbar Fairman with Barbara Os-I borne as the dormitory assistant andI Jane Archer as the sorority assistant.I Jean Brown will be the league house assistant while Dona Guimaraes takes car...…

May 03, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…m PA7CF F TillE M-I I . ,1 DiE IN'i T, . 1944 I - WEDNE3t~Y M.4T ~. 1944 Drive Against Accidents Will Be Launched Police Chief Requiess Owners To Maitain Cars in Good Condition Alarmed at a threatened state- wide increase in traffic accidents, Police Chief Sherman H. Mortenson issued a warning to motorists yester- day that both State and local police are launching a vigorous campaign in May against motorists guilty of driving with faulty...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

….. Weather Pg Scattered Showers it grn Eltiti; Editorial Negro Bias Violates Spirit Of honor Society VOL. LIL No. 161 ANN ARBO, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1942 Z-323 PRICE FVE CENTS T hinelads Win Meet As Ufer Stars; Indiana Loss To Nine Michigan 'Flyer' Captures Victory In 440, 220; Ostroot Takes Firsts In Shot Put, Discus Hoosiers Drop 9-8 Tit To Even Count By ED ZALENSKI Streaking across the finish line to easy victories in the 440-...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY U Trackmen Easily Defeat Illin; Netters Down Chica go, ....... ........... . .... 7 2 ( Wolverines Score 64 1/3 a52 2/3 Victory As Ufer Paces Varsity Bob Rehberg Bests Dave Matthews In Half Mile Duel; Ostroot Scores Double In Shot Put, Discus First In Two Events (Continued from Page 1) later for the 220, Ufer snapped off the starting blocks, drove out of the chute into the stretch and snapped the tape ahead of Capt...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, TiAY 3,H194 THE MICHIGAN IAILY Nine Edges Out Indiana, 9-8; Golfers Beat Purdue Sigma Chi Wins I-l Golf Title Sigma Chi won its second straight dependent title with 405, and 1 title in the fraternity golf tourna- Forestry Club was forced to take 1 ment as their team of Frissel, Cory, second spot after carding 414. Fl MacKenzie and Michael carded a cher Hall, playing Jones, Andrew,' total of 349. Beta Theta Pi took the Miller and J. Mi...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND By DREW PEARSON and ROBERT S. ALLEN Yes, We'll Have No Bananas ' Editorial Staff i omner Swander . . . . Managing Editor Morton Mintz . . . . Editorial Director *111 Sapp .. . . . City Editor fharles Thatcher . . . . Associate Editor george W. Sallad . . . . , Associate Editor Bernard Hendel . . . Sports Editor Myron Dann . . . . Associate Sports Editor arbara deFries . . . . Women's Edit...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sen iors To Go On Battleship At Annual BaII Rolling Waves, Cruising Ships To Border Nautical Actuality; Deck Dancing Will Be Outside' "Ship ahoy!" will be the call at 10 p.m., May 29, at the Sports Build- ing, when those attending Senior Ball leave port for a pleasure cruise aboard a large battleship. While the cruise may not be an actuality, the dancers' imaginations will not have to be overworked if the promises of Phoebe...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY loson Tells MIPA Group Post-War Plan Publication Clinics Meet; Awards Are Presented. To HighSchool Papers Post-war plans for a world federa- tion must be begun, today, Prof. Preston Slosson of the history de- partment told a group of more than 500 high school students gathered in .the Union Ballroom yesterday for a general session of the Michigan In- terscholastic Press Association. "The battle for peace will not be won," ...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVED ]No Time For Comedy' Stars Arrive Today For Rehearsals By BERYL SHOENFIELD Dynamic Czechoslovakian Francis Lederer, arriving in Ann Arbor today, will begin rehearsing tomorrow for S. N. Behrman's "No Time for Com- edy," the 1942 Dramatic Season's initial vehicle opening May 11, with Valentine Windt, Professor of Speech, directing production. Actresses Edith Atwater and Doris Dalton, appearing in the Behrman farc...…

May 03, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 161) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAIL SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1 0 FO OLG OFFICERS' T G r 1-1 - I * New Deferred Service Plan Allows You to Continue Your Education * " FROM coast to coast-in.the skies over America- there is a thundering drone of fighting ships. The mightiest air fleet in the history of the world is mobilizing for victory! So fast is it growing that there is a place here-an urgent need here-for every college man in America who can qu...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… Weather LL Fair' Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication Dlati Editorial The Vice-President Speaks For Labor. . VOL. L. No. 150 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Board Packing' Evokes Campus Protest Trackmen To Meet Notre Dame Today; Nine Defeats Ohio v Will It Stay That Way? 'Publications Body Fill Discuss Plan At Meeting Today Wolverine Baseball Squad Swamps Buckeyes, 13-5, In First ...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…PERSCI University Of Michigan Liter'4ry Magazine VOLUMNE IV, NUMBER 4 Supplement to THE MICHIGAN DAILY By Gerald Bui MAY, 1941 trns won't leave you being such that the neighbors' child- bout you." a spectacle," he said, begin- angry. "And who is writing roughs," she told him. "He's ut you in his book, and peo- ng to laugh at you." them laugh," he said, as a e. "Or if you want me t to make him stop it." at dressed and go to the show he repeat...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

…GE TWO T H E MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1941 I I Glenn Miller's Band To Play At Senior Ball Annual Event Will Feature Favorite Bandleader For Second Time Glenn Miller, recently voted fav- orite bandleader of college students, for a second year, will play at the Senior Ball, which will be held from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Friday, June 20, in the Intramural Building. Louis Wirth To Talk Jere Faculty, Students Voice Disapproval OfPublicati...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…Page Two 'PERSPECTI VES SPEARS AND0GOGLES By William Newton VEN BEFORE I had tried fishing in Hawaii, equipped with a throw- net or with a spear and goggles or a glassbottom box, I could not understand what pleasure anyone might find in still-fishing. As a boy six years old, I had been taken out for a day's fishing with my uncle--we sat in the boat-he fished and contemplated Lord- knows-what; I fished and squirmed. That was-and is-my basi...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY. PAGE THREE' CS{AJW .R iIiV L/ Nine Defeats Buckeyes, 13-5; Thinclads Meet Notre Damc ______i . ... Nelson Clouts Homer To Pace Varsity's Win Harms Garners Double, Two Singles In Third Victory In Big Ten (Continued from Page 1) the Buckeyes' 10 hits. Maynard how- ever, kept them fairly well scattered and held the Ohio team to five runs. Only once was the Michigan team behind and that was in the third in- ning. The br...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…'PERSPECTI VES Page Three ACCORDING TOMBON .By Vernon IBlake HE HAD LIVED sixty-six years, and now she lay in this little room, with the slightly moving white curtains, the flower-and-berry wallpaper, the two sad pictures on the wall, knowing that she was dying, that she had lived long enough. Now she remembered the Victorian days that were not always so sad, when she had been with the others in the spring, rid- ing through blossom-scented ...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 4

…THE MICH1GAN DAILY 5 TURYDAIU MViY2s1911 -, m_. _ _ , . ,,. . . 5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I .- THE REPLY CHURLISH By TOUCHSTONE Former Daily Man Discusses Officers In The New Army 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 Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…Page Four 'PE RSPECTIV ES IF. TANGLEDBPAyRJTeR eJO 0 .By James Turner Jackson MORE than he needed six par- rots with their bills hooked together, Cesar needed a phonograph. Recordings of great noises, blasphemous to harmony and wonderfully discordant, would re- store his minid, freeing it from the ter- rible consistency of the incantation shrieked by those tangled birds hang- ing day and night in an open cage above his bed. Cesar had not le...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 5

… To 'H-E M I CH I GAN D Al WA' vd lb THE ICHGAN IbALY - --. - ~ PAGEFI ,I ~" . 1 ."- .. Student Senate To Give Scholarship Dance May 23 In Union Edward Tann Chairman, Quest To Attend Dormal I s Chairman First Annual Spring Dorma Theta Chi Regional Convention Begins Today As 'Fourth Corral' I Of Committee Bill Sawyer's Band Will Play For Informal Affair To Raise Funds For Needy Students' Use Needy students on campus will be aided...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…E RS PEC TT VE-S ' ge:. five .sPERSPEv C vv s.TI ..VE.s" Fi.ge Five THE PHYSIO-PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SMOKING1 By Cleora Forth 1. eprinted here through the :_ortesy of the following periodi- cpds: Psychological Review, The -esournal of the American Medical Association, The Voice of Tem- perance, Encyclopedia of the Soc- el Sciences and Superman. INTRODUCTION Whdce it is not exclusively the prob- lem _-i psychologists, the behavior pat- t...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

…ORs' ' , THE MICHIGAN I)AILY SA TURDAY, MAY 3, 1 ,. Occupational Therapy Plays Important Role In Hospital DAIqLY OF..FICIA4L BULLETIIN' 4) By ROSEMARY RYAN Occupational Therapy as a part of the hospital establishment, is an important factor contributing to the maintenance of morale during the period of the patient's incapacity, according to Miss Dorothy Ketcham, Director of Social Services, Univer- sity Hospital. "One thing medicine does...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…Page Six T ERSPEC TI V ES Page Six 'PERSPECTI VES LAWYER AMES GOES CALLING "I'll have two lumps of sugar, please- No, thanks, no lemon, if you do not mind." I watched her fingers pour the tea with ease, Her face was sad, but it was not unkind; Her eyes were full (their gleam had been so brief!) And through their lids I saw her memory stir; Her cheeks were pale, but, I could tell, the Thief Had left no other evidence with her; The room (so l...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…TERSPECTIVES Paze Sevets g 8 EsSaECTIVES Pa e CONVERSION He rides alone along the country road, Thoreau on a bicycle. Reality, the flex and flow of muscle, Translates itself through pedals to the ground In terms of motion, ever faster in descent, Slower yet more rugged as he climbs approaching hills. He is fleeing from the groups, the men who grope With common hopes and plans to mend the world. The groups forever fighting in themselves, St...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…pa'ge EigNf ,T ER S P 1? CT I V s. lk--Lp JL " A-0 JL -A By Katherine Ruddy F AYE didn't have much to worry about, the neighbors said. Faye was a very fortunate girl. She had lovely clothes, - perhaps not as many or as expensive ones as some of her friends whose families put every- thing on their back, but plenty of clothes for any girl. After all, you know, beauty is as beauty does. She was quite popu- lar-everyone knew her, and almost ev...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'P E R SP E C T I V E S Page Nim . By Don Folkman F YOU'RE ALLERGIC to honest-to- god, every-day, gut-bucket swing, don't read any farther. That's what this is about - swing; musicians; dance band. Before I start, I'd better tell you that I play the bass fiddle (in a dance man's lingo it's called "dog-house) and perhaps it would be better to say that I "play at it." Anyway, I'm the guy that stands back there holding up one end of an over-g...…

May 03, 1941 (vol. 4, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…Page T'en 'P ER S P E C TI V ES THE POETS The Double Man, by W. H. Auden, Random House, 1941. Every writer is under double surveil- lance today.-The poet, above all others, is responsible to his audience. In a time of crisis, he must do more than reflect the chaos about him - there seem to be artists enough to accomplish this in times of peace - he must demonstrate his understanding of events, and he must suggest, if not demand, a way out,...…

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