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August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN TIJESPAY, AJIGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE~V ~VVIr?'.T cx"L 17G v El lIq I Exciting By GRAYLE HOWLETT cier, Bob Boys Dan Walter and In case you're from somewhat Getting to t warmer climates and are still op- hockey and th erating under the assumption that must spend mo hockey is a sport where beefy, skating backwi young men bundle up in warm to drop back t clothing, balance th...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…PAGE EIGUT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 34, 1966 PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1966 V Thinclads Miss itles, But ophs Lift Hopes for '67 By BOB McFARLAND Success, like time, is relative. Even though Albert Einstein never explicitly stated just such a relationship, veteran observers of Big Ten track will recognize the truth of this statement which was amply proven by the Wolver- ine cindermen's performance dur-...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ' NE ...._. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY insights and insults_______ CHUCK VETZNER A Primer an What's Prime at Michigan This column is dedicated to the class of 1970, new transfers, vet- eran academia clan members who tend to forget, and dear old alums who drink fast, early, and often. The subject is a reverent one and should not be treated with the same frivolity as orient...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…P"AGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30,1966 PAG TN ~l MCHGA DIL TESAY AGUT k.19 = s. VLiiiai a " .cARf y{;I V i aiv 1VVV {p Sophs Buoy '67 Traci (Continued from Page 8) to place was Dave Cooper, who managed a fifth in the 100-yard dash. Darkest Before Dawn? Even with a track tradition like that of the Wolverines, things weren't bad in 1966. After all, a Willie Mays or a Jim Brown can have an off night . . . or an off year. Memo...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 65

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 34, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE IMEVEN TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1986 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN 'F a " may ulv f 4J E etmen Take Ninth Title in 2 By BUD WILKINSON It takes depth to win a Big Ten tennis championship, and depth is what the Wolverines had last spring as they ran away with the title-the second straight crown and the ninth in twelve years for Coach Bill Murphy. The Big Ten tennis champion- ship is determi...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 66

…PAGE TWELV'E THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 30,1966 PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY .s v+w .-".-+.a a c,+yvtvl+,Ta vv auvv V 9, IL. 4' arriving on campus is more than just getting there @ . . 4 -v I Incidentally, you'll meet the nicest people at HHS . . and all these famous names in men's and women's clothing, as well. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX GGG H. FREEMAN AUSTIN LEEDS JOHN MILFORD EXCLUSIVES EAGLE HAMMONTON PARK PETROCELLI HA...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 67

…121 YEARS OF FRATERNITY TRADITION SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE: The basic purpose of college is to obtain an education. Sororities and fraternities seek not merely minimum scholastic re- quirements, but achievements above average. The chapter makes perhaps its most vital contribution to the individual member by maintaining an environment that encourages diligent study and by providing special incentives for superior scholarship. EXPERIENCES IN EDUCA...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 68

…PAGE TWO TIKE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1966 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 I M i ERFRATERNITY COUNCIL SING---A Utiif:ed Effort ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT- The Primary Goal of the Greek War, 4 1 V 4r COMMUNMAY SERVICE- An Integral Part of the Greek System 4 i2fris;F: {....a>:#:i<; ;:'::: ::: ;; f:.:Yti'.i2s: :Si i' .. W- …

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY VAnV rrttDirV Ti ESDAY, AUtiIJST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY U A nv ' 1 tjrn 1; MORTARBOARD, MI CH IGAMUA-Highest Senior Honoraries- Draw a Majority of their Members from the Greek System PANHELLENIC ASSOCATIQN & INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL- Opportunity for Leadership Sorority Rush Begins September. 1 "~Success in mrany fields of human ci dea vor, particularly business and governm/ent, depend...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

…= PAGE FOUR THE MIC1111GAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 PAGE FOUR TUE MJCHI(~AN DAILY A 4 WINTER WEEKEND-An Enhancement of Greek Creativity SOCIAL LIFE-A Means of Personality Development 4 RUSH MICHIGAN FRATERNITIES Push B3egins September1Y8 * '#, …

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 72

…PAGE -TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTIESDA*. ATTCfTiT M-10414 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTW~fl&V AT1(iT~?3 'fll IflflA iUG3"t+It1U"U,3 1 3V, 1:30b , Nine By MICHAEL HEFFER The history of the University is very much the story of the nine presidents who have guided it' since 1852. It took some time for the Uni- versity to realize it needed strong, full-time administrators. The first nan to be called president of the University, although not co...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 73

…- -- THE MICNICAN DAILY TUESDAY, -AUGUST $0,1 ( ------ THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1966 ['rX '" E 'S S STUU E TS' ,1 U '1 L OSTS These first few weeks in a new environment can be quite challenging to even the strongest of men. To many of you your whole life will change..-. the strong may become weak, the weak may become strong. Only time will tell where and how you fit into this new spectrum of life. But no matter t...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 74

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 E. F kU T E M C H G A .I L The University and the State: An Adolescent Relationship By JOHN MEREDITH Associate Managing Editor Althotugh a truly national in- stitution in academic standing and the scope of its research activity, the University remains dependent on the state for a substantial por- tion of its financial support. Two decades ago it was the un- challenged kingpin of...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 75

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE TUESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVP~ Flint Expansion, Cause of Conflict UNIVERSITY LEADER: Harlan Hatcher: The Tenth President Fifteen Years of Executive Powers By SUSAN SCHNEPP The dust and noise of construc- tion workers have been virtually the only occupants of the Uni- versity's Flint College this sum- mer. The $2.4 million expansion pro- gram to extend classro...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 76

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY . TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 30. 1966 ti _.._ _ , ._ . , ._. . _ .,.., _., .... DR. RICHARD CUTLER WILBUR K. PIERPONT DR. NIEHUSS ALLAN SMITH GILBERT L. LEE, JR. MICHAEL RADDOCK GEOFFREY NORMAN Seven Ui By MARTHA WOLFGANG In an organization as massive and diverse as the University of Michigan, administrative tasks must be departmentalized. While the University Pre...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 77

…TUESDAY, AUGUST O3, 1966 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN 'Promrnent' Citizens r Regents - the word evokes im- ages of a staid little group of pro- minent citizens, supposedly politi- cally nonlighed, that as publicly- elected officials put up at least a fair show of supplying a check on the University's administrators. That is, it would in any other year. This year, the images are a little more strikingly colored. Per- renial symbol of the ...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 78

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August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 79

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August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 80

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 TTTF.,,flAY. AUGUST 30 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY AtJMMJLP..nAIa I4Ma.,a.T4XLOL V LV V1a0 r a aa v yi He was better as a lab instructor than as a classroom teacher. Michael S. Wei: He often got carried away with students beyond the scope of the course and lost the in- terest of the rest of the students. This accounts for his poor class control. Chemistry 106 Prof. Robert Parry 550 55 11A ...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 81

… PAGE SIXTE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MIC TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966 THE- MICHIGAN DAILY a v+.+Va+tai...'.f s:.y.ufv k7 Z.. vv, iVVv yLaJ V.a ara f " v wvv+ vv} avvv. a .w sy. " . . rs . . , r 1 The course offered an opportunity to evaluate the philosophies relevant to current controversies and was a valuable addition to a liberal education. Robert J. Wargo: A generally stimulating instructor. Prof. Abraham Kaplan: Re...…

August 30, 1966 (vol. 77, iss. 1) • Page Image 82

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