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May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…ANN ARBOR, LANSING: TWO POINTS OF VIEW See Page 4 ixt a4 Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom. 41P a-tt. 42 " 49 VOL. LXIX, No. 152 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1959 Residence Halls Must Aid Individual's Development (EDITOLS NOTE: This is the last of a series of three articles on the residence halls.) By RALPH LANGER Daily Contributing Editor 17, "The University provides resi- dence halls and supervises other Housing so ...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…s THE MICHIGAN DAILY .r ..........a Discriminatory Clauses Dwindling Theatre Notes kt clauses. A month later they voted to extend the time limit one yearI at a time to fraternities which : "had done all in their power to eliminate the clause." The year 1951 brought to a sen- sational climax the several years of action. The SAC met twice in< February to discuss the time-limit proposal passed by SL. A' final hearing was scheduled for Marc...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 2

…Restoring Handel to His Proper Place 4;., Common Illusions About Him Are Disappearing By MICHAEL COREN THIS YEAR marks the two hun- English have devotedly performed lived and soon disappeared from dredth anniversary of the many of Handel's oratorios for the the catalog. Westminster has re- death of George Frederick Handel. last two hundred years, but in leased "Israel in Egypt" and "Ju- Ann Arbor musicians in keep- America only the "Messiah"...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…kY 3, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'' kY 3, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PERPECTLY PROPORTIONED for YOU by e' A beautiful job of figuring, this nylon tricot slip with a lined bodice and wonderfully deep hemflounce of box pledts. As another note of freshness-all the lovely lines are etched with garlands of shadow embroidery. in white. Sizes 32 to 40. 5.95 MAIN AT LIBERTY ANN ARDOR Ann Arbor's Most Fashionable Address *'* j ..-. ~1.*" 4: a'+": F...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 3

…Give 'Em What They Want Satisfying Popular Tastes Hinders Ann Arbor Theatre By AL PHILLIPS ANN ARBOR theatre as it now" The Drama Sedson, as it stands, stands is exactly what the is a imety taiancea piugram win people want. "iuazingiy goo taent. it, were Let us name the suitors. &nown auw ar it is to use up Number one: the Drama Season reaiy gooa actors, even in lairy is placed in the number one spot oig motney wieatres, te respect because it...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…Sixty-Ninth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "When Opinions Are Free 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. The Physical Residence Halls Miss Goals of Michigan Plan...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 4

…Not Flourishing, Not Declining (Continued from Preceding Page) is basically a conservative one. "What sort of reviews did it get?" is a fairly familiar question. The local audience is tied to and de- pendent on the New York critics, which automatically kills the chance of an experimental theatre. Second, the repertory situation Is a tricky one. Bernard Shaw points out the difficulties of rep- ertory companies in the Preface to the collection ...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 5

…,Y 3, THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE P y 3, THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 1 WWW Shapiro Criticizes SGC, Comments on Union UCLA, 'U Reveal Policies __ __ iFor Faculty Promotions nvolved with freshman orienta- -- By BRUCE COLE Relaxing in a chair, smoking a cigarette and sipping a tall cool glass of lemonade in his favorite % hangout, the Michigan Union Grill, Barry Shapiro, '59, reflected on his past experiences at th'e University. Shapiro, retiring ...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 5

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May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILT t 1 Netters Whitewash Foes; Beat Minnesota, Toledo Cephas Paces Thinclads; Sets Low Hurdle Record FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO. 216 W. William Street Ann Arbor, Michigan Telephone NO 8-8014 (Continued from Page 1) I '_ We Have All Kinds of Glass-Mirrors and Furniture Tops We Have the Nationally Advertised Paints Also, we have complete glass service for foreign cars. Free Parking in Front of Our Store WE HAVE BEEN SERVI...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 6

…A Million Saturday Nights "Nothing will kill the movies would be less pontifically extreme. but education'"-Will Rogers And if anyone were to deny that the movies are an art form there A FEW YEARS ago someone would be a long tradition of great asked William Saroyan why he moments and great films to point went to he movies. "I don't look to; films as valid and beautiful in for anything in a film," Saroyan the immediacy of our experience said, ...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

… DETROIT (A') - The Detroit Tigers fired Manager Bill Norman yesterday less than five minutes after the team lost its 15th game in 1 starts. Jimmy Dykes, long-time major league player, manager and coach, was named to succeed Norman. The 62-year-old Dykes, who has, managed the Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Athletics, Baltimore Orioles and Cincinnati Redlegs will take over before tomorrow's dou- bleheader here against the New York Yankees...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 7

…The Ubiquitous Paperback A Brief and Unauthoritative Explanation Concerning a Recent Development in American Reading Habits By FRED SCHAEI "BACK" is a very important word on any campus. On most cam- puses, with the exception of the University of Chicago, the root word is prefixed with "half-", "quarter-", or "full-". But by now, everyone knows there has been a philological revolution; in these spheres there is a new dominant influence: the p...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 152) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN A TT.V FERRY FIELD GRID SCRIMMAGE: Blues Whip First-String Whites, 36-21 1. 1_i BURST BY BENNIE - Michigan freshman speedster Bennie McRae romps headlong into line of White defenders in yesterday's intra-squad varsity football scrimmage. McRae put the Whites ahead for good with a 45-yard scoring jaunt. State Grid Varsity Rolls; Soph, Reserve Impress By HAL APPLEBAUM The Blues took an early lead and then held on to defeat the...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 8

…and no concerts are scheduled. Col- lege and staff who have a chance to take trips to Lake Michigan for beach parties, drive to Frank- fort to climb the Dunes, or if nothing more imaginative can be devised make the 14 mile trip to Traverse City Many forms of recreation are found in camp, from sweaty bas- ketball games, to sailing and swim- ming, to bridge games in the college hangout, the "Minny" (Minnesota) Building. Many college students spe...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 9

…- - _, . . . - -. .. ." . -.. ."r - " , _ .. __ t a. i -t. * - .w - l Greene's Ideas on Achieving -Cleanliness: OANE OF A SER IES -I i K .(%e02 * - WE'VE GOT TOC Vo. ,No.8 M AAI. Sunday, May 3, 1959 f r SPECIAL ISSUE: HAND IT TO YOU!O (our credit card, that is)' Lite'raiture a Y-n.- ,, ++ Q Even the Greeks had a word for it. Speaking of credit, they used to say: "When you're short, charge it." Well, that may be a pretty lib...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 9

…Glenn Gould ... By SELMA SAWAYA ONE OF THE most gifted-and summed it up admirably in a re- still highly controversial-art- view of a Gould performance in ists on the musical scene today is March, 1958. Of the aforemen- pianist Glenn Gould. tioned eccentricities of perform- Since making his American de- ance, he writes: but in 1955, Gould has inspired, "It would be easy to dismiss all through public performances, de- this as deliberate exhibiti...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 10

… 70 .iJ ~ --., . Restoring Handel to His Proper Place Sculpture: the Form and Method Of the Many Arts, It is Probably Least Accepted and Least Understood in the United States By DAVID GUILLAUME Common Illusions Abou t Him Are Disappearing By MICHAEL COHEN TIS YEAR marks the two hun-' dredth anniversary' of the. death of George Frederick Handel. Ann Arbor musicians in keep- ing with musicians everywhere are honoring the great master, dev...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 10

…bottles. Valiantly! And now. the hard-cover publishers form alli- ne with the paperback pub- PAPERB CK REVOLUTION: A Philolo ical Questionlshes a sort of NATO of the Even the University of Michi- ga's general library has been affected by the paperbacks. It now (cntinued fr page7) expense change his entire selec- quired in large numbers by the mnent" books have fallen out, etc., buys paperbacks and has them N ADDITION to the lower tion of books...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 11

… . _ ' 'r r- _ w w f Wj Architectural Genius Give 'Em What They Satisfying Popular Tastes Hinders Ann Arbor B fly AL PHILLIPS Frank Lloyd Wright by JAN RAJIM R OVER 70 years Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings of all kinds as he believed they should be built, and for over 70 years Wright was a center of contro- versy. In 1887, when he began his de- signing work, contemporary build- ings were cluttered with "ginger- bread" decorati...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 11

…National Book Awards On Saleability or Quality? By W. G. ROGERS EVERY YEAR criticism of some continues to be in theory that the ies, they voted, with no one dis- sort from some quarter fol- judges should have the book- senting, that the direction and or- lows the announcement of the seller in mind when they pick a ganization of the jury part of the winners of the National Book book. He's got to make a living, awards should be entrusted en- Awa...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 12

…-- t Not Flourishing, Not Declining -r Challenge of Electronic N IN MUMMA ost significant and New Concepts May Shape the Course (Continued from Preceding Page) modified form, I believe, hindered is basically a conservative one. "What sort of reviews did it get?" is a fairly familiar question. The local audience is tied to and de- pendent on the New York critics, which automatically kills the chance of an experimental theatre.. Second, the...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 12

…THE BEA There Is Nothing Left TE By AlT YOUNG Oh the world is a beautiful place to be born into if you don't mind a few dead minds in the higher places or a bomb or two now and then in your upturned faces or other such improprieties as our Name Brand society is prey to with its men of distinction and its men of extinction Carthyism, soared high. Econon ically, the official cry was "Ba to normalcy!" which was suppos to mean back to the way th...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 13

…w -w - THE BEATS: There Is Nothing Left To Believe In By AL YOUNG -"- . - --- -,. .q lmr- { ' _; Oh the world is a beautiful place to be born into if you don't mind a few dead minds in the higher places or a bomb or two now and then in your upturned faces or other such improprieties as our Name Brand society is prey to with its men of distinction and its men of extinction . and other patrolmen and its various segregations and congress...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 13

…Challenge of Electronic Music By GORDON MUMMA 1 HE TWO most significant and fruitful trends in 20th Century mnusic are the development of serial techniques, and, more re- cently, the exploration of timbre. The lay-public is familiar with "serial music" by the notorious title of "12 tone music." Actually, "12 tone music" is an early and now rather crude concept. The exploration of timbre began shortly after the First World War with the music o...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 14

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May 03, 1959 • Page Image 14

…Architectural Genius Frank Lloyd Wright By JAN RA1M FOR OVER 70 years Frank Lloyd Wright conceived a new type of Wright designed buildings of architecture, something which he all kinds as he believed they should called "organic," and defined it as be built, and for over 70 years one in which entity is the ideal, Wright was a center of contro- with the nature of the materials versy. and the nature of the purpose In 1887, when he began his de-...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 15

… ' .. . ..- r- I I- V 7 PAPERBACK REVOLUTION: A Philologl Question (Continued from Page 7) IN ADDITION to the lower classes, the National Book-Burn- ing Society of America has bene- fited from the advent of Paper- backs. Paperback books burn easily, with a steady flame, and with no hard - to - light heavy cover that burns long after the pile should have been ready for weiner- and marshmallow-roasts. The lack of a, hard cover has been a drawb...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 15

…Scu pture: the Form and Method Of the Many Arts, it is Probably Least Accepted and Least Understood in the United States 'tBy DAVID GUILAUME THE AMERICAN people have a or anyone who did not do or make gross telling of a tale, a literary strange and traditional dis- something. notion translated (usually badly) 'trust of their senses. While leisure is a sought after into a three dimensional state- The American ethic has found entity, it is desir...…

May 03, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 8) • Page Image 16

… 4.<., - .. _ .. . t and no concerts are scheduled. Col- lege and staff who have a chance to take trips to Lake Michigan for beach parties, drive to Frank- fort to climb the Dunes, or if nothing more imaginative can be devised make the 14 mile trip to Traverse City. Many forms of recreation are found in camp, from sweaty bas- ketball games, to sailing and swim- ming, to bridge games in the college hangout, the "Minny" (Minnesota) Building. ...…

May 03, 1959 • Page Image 16

… Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES WE'VE GOT ~~TO AD TTOYU (or reitcadtht s 2* Een he Geek ha a wrd or i. Seakng o crdit Justfil itin nw, henpreent t (tuth clrh et timedyou'rein) eithr th Souh U.stoenrthe GoneksonaEastwibry.Ther .eon of Grene's offeofcrditostuentsuni utereo amofdrycening-rehast be yu en terrie. Andibecu ausenoteers yohave eestahe CagodtCrd re atng, ren ae'is teagte planoffo otravbasis, I 1 [1111lustfill...…

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