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January 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…1 I IRK Sirigm DattH. WEATHER Cloudy and Warmer with Snow in West iia South prtions VOL. LV, No. 51 'ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JAN. 6. 1945 SeconNazi Offensive ta s Into r PRICE FIVE CENTS atnce Wolverine FiveOutpointsIndiana in Last Minute' 4- Monty To Cagers Gain First Big T'en Viletry, 54-53 Hoopsters Victorious In See-Saw Contest By DAVE LOEWENBERG Associate Sports Editor A timely last minute basket by Ted Berce enabled Mi...…

January 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO 7 -4T I C 1-11 C' A N 1-1 A-1 V-UAA. ~kjkL) ~~ L] Lj 'gATTT1T1-bAV TA41 9A,.144A United Campus Interest Warrants Reforms in Election Mach inery J, I STUDE NT INTEREST in campus elections was indicated beyond any doubt yesterday when 1,700 cast ballots giving their choices for the Victory Ball committee and represent- ative on the Board of Control of Student Publications. The polling places were jammed all day. Students showed t...…

January 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…sATUADAY, JAN. 6, 194D VA1 . ,r Michigan Cagers *Ed e vosiers, 54-53i Michigan Rinksters Face, Vickers A. C. in First Tilt Veterans Greer, Jenswold, Henderson, and Mixer To Take to Ice for Maize and Blue By RUTH ELCONIN The Maize and Blue hockey team will oppose the Vickers A. C. squad in the opening tilt of the 1945 season at 8:00 p. m. tonight .at the Michigan Skating Rink. The team that will take the ice this evening will be composed...…

January 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 51) • Page Image 4

…i, F (YIJ 'a U H . [" i II~JL .,ti\T JiiJ sin 77 7 P, T: I T' TAUT G : d ,i r. ih e. )a 1V1. 1 l-j El( L !,s'lb IN !_ !$ A\U1i'.7 FDR xpected To Ask For 'eace With Teeth' Message Will Dr. Goldman Relate'Work Will Appear as Or Fight' Plan Guest Conductor rI g t an i Congress Will Hear 800 WAdn r )Pcelslra Leader Will Ilean 'U' fConcei rt a O lu woro npeect . I Dr. Edwin Franko Goldman, con- WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.-- (;P)-_ ductor...…

February 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

… AW Ap WEATHER Partly Cicia VOL. LV No. 77 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS RedArmyridges inAl U.S. Bl< *r ws Liberate Manila Oder, Reported 32 Miles from Berlin (Cross Rtiver NorthwesL oi Kttri i By The Associated Press LONDON, Tuesday, Feb. 6-The Red Army in massive strength surged up to the Oder River's east bank on a 73-mile front yesterday, capturing Zellin, 32 miles northeast of Berlin, while the Germ...…

February 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 77) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE TWO rrlH E MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1945 Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Wallace Fight Like Wilson s Edited and managed by students of the University q ;Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Stan Wallace Ray Dixon Hank Mantho Dave Loewenberg Mavis Kennedy Lee Amer Barbara Chadwi June Pomering Editorial Staff . . . . . Managing Editor . . . . . City Edit...…

February 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…tUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1945 - .a. aa . s .'~ .I . AI I ClI fEIC9 A N I) A IV x sn n1 +sais 11 a <Y''y 1s .8X.11. D LH Swimmers Break Jinx Agaist Buejaekets Natators Win All Events but Diving Contests In 50-34 Defeat of Powerful Sailor Team Breaking the jinx which the Blue- jackets of Great Lakes have held over Matt Mann's swimming teams for the past two years, the Michigan mermen last Saturday handed Great Lakes a crushing 50-34 defeat. Losing ...…

February 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 77) • Page Image 4

…TlE Nt Ml iCHIGAl'-N t LY I ui1ii~ FF11 6, 1 4~ Vandenberg Urges Allied Deelarati on11 Anti-Aggression Pact Asked by Senator By The Associated Press DETROIT, Feb. 5.-Senator Van- denberg (Rep., Mich.), urging his plan for an immediate treaty against future Axis aggression,rdeclared to- night it would help cure the differ- ences now dividing the Allies. Attributing those differences to one-nation actions affecting the in- terests of all, he...…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…Y Sir ignn Intg W5i'EHATHER r ai s 1 VOL. LV, No. 87 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS Hayward Keniston Appointed Dean of Literary College Romance Language Chairman Replaces Dean Kraus, on Retirement Furlough Prof. Hayward Keniston, chairman of the Department of Romance Languages and a graduate of Harvard University, was appointed dean of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts in a between semesters me...…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…Ewa THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES DAY, ARCII Invitations Extended for World Security Meeting Textbook Loa Service Open To Student Use{ Library Established By Alumni Donations Students who are unable to buy books may borrow them from the Textbook Lending Library for a peri- od of one term, with the privilege of renewing the texts for another term provided the books have not been carelessly handled. Library in Angell Hall The library, housed in Ang...…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…195THE Mi iiGAN DAILY _____________ N kthe t ow i By HANK MANTHO Daly Sports Editor THE OUTCOME of the Western Conference basketball race has finally been settled since Iowa defeated Illinois, 43-37, last Saturday to take the crown, but the Illini had the satisfaction of making this tilt the deciding factor and again proving the worth of their coach, Doug Mills, as one of the games most skilled mentors. Although the three successive losses a...…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAIJLY Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Wallace's Hands Still Free, DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN 1 Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Ray Dixon . Margaret Farmer Paul Sislin Hank Mantho Dave Loewenberg Mavis Kennedy Dick Strickland Martha Schmitt Kay McFee . Editorial Staff , . . . Managing Editor . . . ....…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

….Y, MARCH 6, 1915 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Assembly-Panhel Ball Offices Are Open to Independents Coed Rushees Must Register Organizations Plan Annual Spring Dance _. Petitioning for the seven Assembly central committee positions for the Assembly-Panhellenic Ball, which is to be held this spring, will begin to- day and continue through Saturday for all eligible independent women. The positions which are open gen- eral chairman, publicity, d...…

March 06, 1945 (vol. 54, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…L~~~kTH M iEICHIiGAN DAILY New Loan Admini strator { ti Early Confirmation by Senate Is Anticipated Economic Stabilizer Will Head Multi-Billion Dollar Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1 zation director since James F. Byrnes left the post to become War Mobiliz- ation Director. The stabilization job, in essence, is that of appeals court from decisions of the federal war agencies dealing with civilian economic affairs, such as the Offic...…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…. R r i L 46F :IatH WEATHER Clearing, Freezing Temperatures VOL. LV, No. 114 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS Russia Denounces Tokyo Neutrality Pact * * * * Ruthven * * * * * *: Plans Post War ampus lc 'U'Must Now Strike Out From Veterans 'Vale of Decision ' <f Needs To Shape Program The University is in the "Valley of Decision", and must now decide either to retire from the world into an ivory t...…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHITGAN DjAILY _________ Sees Nazi Guerilla Warfare; TAX LOAD TOOHEAVY: Dean Stevenson Questions Promise of 60 Millio.Jobs MacArthur Heads Army Forces in Pacific STATUF RESI~S Onivi YONTAN S-- ZAMPACAE= . t sHill K,--u HE (A NZ A KATFNA NPV !Cuba ~Bay / - _-'Nakagusujku NAHIA AIRFELD' Bay k ~ Yonadbaru IRFIELDS UT o 4'KUTAKA toman, ,. Gushichan CAPE CH-AMUJ Nimitz Takes Over Navy in Pacific Theater Arnold To Continue Commander...…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

…4V. APRIL 's; 1945 6THE MICHIGAN DAILY ┬úsAGI Baseball uad ill pen Season Here April 3 Taking the Count By DAVE LOEWENBERG Associate Sports Editor AN IMPOSING LIST of more than 500 of the nation's professional, col- legiate and amateur athletes have lost their lives since Pearl Harbor. The sports national service flag is cluttered with gold stars representing athletes whose feats before the war made them nationally famous. Here are just a f...…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I RAY, WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: Supply Problem Paramount By DREW PEARSON WASHINGTON-Over in the Pentagon Build- ing, the military problem which the generals are watching and worrying about most today is supplies. Actually it's not the production of supplies on the home front which so much con- cerns the Army, but getting them from the chan- nel ports to the fast-moving Western Front. If gasoline, bread and bullets can k...…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pan-American Will Present Annual Dance Ball To Be April 14 at League; Native Dances, Songs Planned For Students and Townspeople An annual Pan-American Ball, presented by the Latin American So- ciety of the University, will be given from 8:30 p.m. to midnight April 14 in the League Ballroom to commem- orate Pan-American Day. Plans are under way to present some of the native dances and songs of the various American countries....…

April 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN AILY F RIDA t . VETE RANS' PROBLEMS: Returned Servicemen Seorn Pre-War 'Joe College' Mood By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Correspondent BLOOMINGTON, Ind., April 5-Battle-tested veterans returning to school scorn the "Joe College" spirit of peacetime years. That's the discovery of Indiana University which has 350 veterans, or eight per cent of the total student enrollment, now on its campus. Wendell W. Wright, director of the ...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…y p! 4l, t 1 ii '17 I q w3 4 aiij& WEATHERi Fiair and Warner Today and ionciorr%7w VOL. LV, No. 140 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS N RWAYt0 100 SWEDEN STATUTE MILES DENMARK 9 Aalborg - Hatad Surrndered;n Effectlive Moy 5 Copenhagen BalicSea HELGOLAND. Kiel Rostock FV NS Pl uebec k l Hamburg -= HOLLAND Bremen OderR S*tetin Amsterdam BERLIN POLAND ""Magdebur ~ Pza Eeen GEmRMAN Aachen CologneGRM N Leipzig Dresden...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO T-HE ,MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1945 I PAGE TWO ~UN DAY, MAY 6, 194~ I Art Treasures Discovered by 75th Infantry WITH U. . NINTH ARMY IN GERMANY, May 5--(0)-Paintings by such masters as Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Reubens have been found in a damp copper mine stacked side by side with the bones and solid gold Sarcophagus of Emperor Charle- magne. The art treasurers, valued at 500- 000,000 gold marks (roughly $200,000,- 000), inc...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, ,4THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Soph Cabaret To B Coeds To Give Variety Show; = Dancing To Be in Ballroorm W e Held May 19 in League TAA Notices Church, Soc ial Spring showers will be forgotten at Soph Music Bar, the 1945 edition of the newly revived Soph Cabaret, which will be held from 7:30 p.m. to midnight EWT (6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. CWT) Saturday, May 19 in the League. Soph Music Bar with song titles as its theme will take o...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…G-E rot-in THIL MICHIGAN DAILY ______________ _________________ ____________________________ I Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: ~Honeyti oon Won I Last 'MASQUE OF REASON' REVIEWED: Prof. Price Discusses Frost 's Poetry 4e I1 By DREW PEARSON _..,, f .. . ". " .. ." , ,. hi w-- * Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn P...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…SUNAY 'Makt ", 945 [TillR Mi It IIiGA N DAILY PA&E F.~VI~ GRANDDADDY DAILY: Jewelry, Odorless Oil, Rugby Make Front Page By PHIL ELKUS Sixty-five years ago, in a small printing shop on Main Street, the first Michigan Daily went to press. The front page was covered with a reasonable facsimile of the present DOB, two jewelry ads, and a sport story on "Our Rugby Team" telling how the "U" football team was prac- ticing daily with its "invincib...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIC THE MICHIGAN DAILY , SUNDAY, MAY G, 1945 Netters Trounce Notre Dame,; All Matches Go Major League Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Golfers Down Western Michigan; John Tews Wins Medalist Honors To Wolverines 4 Fourth Straight Win Keeps Slate Clean; Lewis Beats Intercollegiate Runner-Up By'HANK KEISER Capturing every one of the six singles and three doubles matches to register a smashing 9-0 victory over Notre Dame, Michigan's und...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 6,1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Wolverines Win Six Firsts to Beat Purdue, Miami Last Tally:Michigan,80; Purdue, 40; Miami, 32 Fisher, Dimancheff Takes Doubles; Humes Miss Meet Because of School Responsibilities #}takf9 the S an 44 By HANK MANTHO Daily Sports Editor Browns, Giants White Sox Triumph Kramer Blanks Tigers DETROIT, May 5.-(A')-Jack Kra- mer, St. Louis Browns right-hander, shut out the Detroit Tigers 5 ...…

May 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 8

…i nCF FiC-11T THE MiCHI-GAN DAILY Th1N t-sy 6. i19F- Dr. Chiang Moulin, President of Provisional National University of Chlia To Speak Here DAILY OFFICIA L BULLETIN 'I Dr. Chiang Monlin, president of the Provisional National University of China, will discuss "Some Recent Political Developments in China" at 8 p.m. EWT (7 p.m. CWT) tomorrow in the Rackham Amphitheater under the auspices of the Department of Oriental Languages and Liter...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…- .. > >, . II 17Y frrgnn. I WEATHER Fai, Co-ntiniie Cool1, Frost VOL. LV, No. 165 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS MassYouth Group Organizing Plans ToBeFormulated Four Point Program Ur ged 1y Svend Petersen, Danish Youth Group Leader Allies Reduce Germany to1937S ize * * * * * * * * * * Bombers Hit Japan's Largest Port An, organizational meeting for all students on campus will be held at 4:15 p...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESD Army Geologists Are Necessary To American World War Effort ity to go into and understand ter- rain studies and prepare them for military use was a natural. No one can interpret the terrain from aerial photographs better than the geol- ogist." One of the most important jobs the Unit does is selecting possible airfield sites. Such features as the underground foundation, drainage, gravel deposits for use in construc-...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY v I I I i m~an9 the teoun 44 By HANK MANTHO Dily Sports Editor AS THE professional golfers came off the winter circuit and began to lay their plans for the summer, many reports arose as to who was the great- est golfer of all time, and the biggest percentage of yeas gave this classi- fication to Byron Nelson. The only other golfer to appear as an opponent worthy of the title was Bobby Jones, but even the Jones admirers...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDlAY, 6 69 Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GEO-ROUND: Jackson hesitates t Cnvc DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN '..., [ .. ./--i ;; 1 ,I Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Margaret Farmer Ray Dixon . . Paul Sislin Hank Mantho Mavis Kennedy Ann Schutz Dick Strickland Martha Schmitt Kay McFee Editori...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…JUNE6 ,1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Carolyn Daley Chairman for 1 Ru thMcMorris To Be Assistant Carolyn Daley. Day House, has been eboscn geicral chairman of the 1946 Jwior Girls' Play, according to an ainuu1cerent made yesterday by W1#jge's Judiciary Council. l4u,t~h McMorri6,. Kappa Alpha Dance Program Planned by Club An informal studio dance program will be presented at 4:20 p.m. EWT tomorrow by members of the Ballet Chia in the dance studio o...…

June 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WIVi1*TY.l- AY. J~ 6 6 r,; I WyELCOME rleNt, wbo&Ig0 .{ They come to enlist,- your help in the *':: b nIvg D EG ' MOhE PE R DS * anl of-them, I 4'. FIN yU R QUOTA." A N yU.PERSON4AL VALUE OF Wt OU AR SO"7114 WAR LA AVERAG0E QUOTA AS' Bjjs BUGI8 pIcNCOE PER(CASHEALE MONm 15: $250 $250 150.00 *175 225.250 131.2515 210-225 112.50 125 200.210 93.7510 180200 75.00 50 144.180 37.50 2 100-14018.75 :< Unde: $100 HE...…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…N,' I l 4ir 4f[tr A6F t !X an 1 altui WEATHER Partly Cloudy and Cooler. VOL LV, No. 3-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1945. Ann Arbor ManLteads Fight o ave PRICE FIVE CENTS Ship Sec. }llorgenthau Leaves Cabinet Justice Owen J. Robert's Resignation Accepted; Successors Not Yet Named By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, June 5-Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury, and Justice Owen J. Roberts of the Supreme Court resigned...…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHI.C A N TI A TT.V h Ir - ITE13NESDAY, JULY 4, 1945 Te x . i 11I 1 VLl .:17H EiN lT VWDNSA. UY4.1 ti s ,, _., .. I U.S., Britain Recognize New Polish Warsaw Government Action Is Called 'Step' Toward Fulfilling Yalta Agreements London Exile Regime Cut Adrift; Truman Says Crimean Plan Provides for Free Elections WASHINGTON, July 5-(RP)-The United States and Britain jointly rec- government of national unity." It ognized the reconstit...…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, JULY 61 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,PAGE TIMER FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1945 PAGE THREE Ninth-Inning Single by Greenberg Wins Game for Tigers Gridders Hold First Dummy Scrimmages Despite Showers Newcomers Get Coaches' Attention Through a downpour which made practice difficult, Michigan's grid hopefuls ran through dummy scrim- mages and practiced signal-calling in the third drill of the summer re- hearsals for a grueling ten-game schedul...…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DATLY - FRIDAY, :FULY' 6, 1949' i FRIDAY. XITLY f~. 1g~ lp Fifty-Fifth Year PD RATHER BE RIGHT: War Food Inequity Inevitable Edited and managed by, students of theUniversity of Michigan under the authority of the Board of Control of. Student Publications. Ray Dixon Margaret Farmar betty Roth Bill Mullendore Dick Strickland Editorial Staff . . . Managing Editor S . . . Associate Editor ~ . Associate Editor . . ....…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…FRIMAY, JULY 6, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE vomwwvr , NWWMWAW SOLDIER'S UTOPIA IN ENGLAND: GI's Live in Luxury Hotels for 20 Cents a Day; Resort City Is Playground for Home-Bound Yanks By K ENNETH L. DIXON Associated Press Correspondent IOURNEMOUTH, Eng.-Here is a soldiers' Utopia where GI's live in $10 a day luxury hotels for 20 cents a night. They play and swim on seven miles of sandy English Channel beach, stay out all night if ...…

July 06, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES: Dunham Praises Contributions Of Early Secondary Schools THE MICHIGAN AIL FRIDAY, J17L 6, 191:5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 6, 19~i5 "It would be difficult to overesti- mate the contribution of our early secondary schools to American life. While they did not guarantee an ed- ucation for all young people-an ideal not yet achieved-they did provide opportunities such as Europeans had never enjoyed." This is...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…PEACETIME CONSCRIPTION L It 3U E ait]y CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW See Editorial Page VOL. LVI, No. 5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS U.S. Denies Yenan, Claim of Fighting Washington, Chungking Refute Report Of Clashes Between Reds, Marines Helen Dougas Opens Lecture Series Tonight Theme Concerns Universal Peace "The Price of World Peace" will be the topic of Representative Helen Gahagan Douglas, who will o...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1945 A SAIL NAVY DOWN THE ISLE: Lonely Twosome Requests Immediate Aid ROOSEVELT MEDAL-Aove are shown both sides of a medal, three inches in diameter, issued by the U. S. mint as a memorial to the late President Roosevelt. The medal was placed on sale October 31. Picket Lines Ring Kaiser-Frazer Auto Plan In Seniority Dispute By The Associated Press DETROIT, Nov. 5-A roving picket line stretching a...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1945 THE MICHI CA N DA IIN PwtM Tlwlrt .T. E MLIN1.\i a Y I T7. 1 IA.11.A[IV LW!? 'rnm - 4urAJ rAWExa Michi an's Quarter acks idelined By Injuries 1946 aize and Blue Quintet To Open Season in Ten Days First Encounter with Central State College Regulars; Mullaney, Kell, Harder Return With the opening game at Central State Teacher's College only 10 days away, Michigan's basketball team is fast rounding into shape...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1945 he irhi gan Bai'g. Fifty-Sixth Year Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board of Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Ray Dixon . . . . . . . . . . Managing Editor Robert Goldman . . . . . . . . . City Editor Betty Roth . . . . . . . . . . Editorial Director Margaret Farmer . . . . . . . . Associate Editor Arthur J. Kraf...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1945 T 14 V Vk~j IA IV "'A'TI.TV A I r. !' l V t1 isA IN LTP!AlTZ Y PAGE FIVE c> Seniors, Sophs May Petition For Council, Cabaret Positions Merit-Tutorial Petitioning for the position of chairman of the Merit-Tutorial Com- mittee is now open and petitions may be obtained in the Social Director's Office in the League. The chairmanship of the Merit-Tu- torial Committee is open to all sen- iot women who have participate...…

November 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

… PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, Nth' PAGE SIX TUESDAY, NO mmmml! GOOD NEIGHBORS: Ten Alumni Groups Improve Relations with Latin America <f I Relations with the Latin-American countries are being rapidly improved by the ten Alumni groups of the Uni- versity of Michigan located through- out Hispanic.America. In a letter written to T. Hawley Tapping, secretary of the Michigan Alumni Association, Prof. Ermelindo A. Mercado of the Span...…

December 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…CAMPAIGN STATEMENTS See Page 2 wY 1Mwrtg~ 47latlg CLOUDY AND MILD VOL. LVI, No. 28 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS -12, NROTC Units To End in February Temporary Houses Are Future Slums Shortage Will Ease By Spring-Brown 'Pointing out that the University temporary housing projects are po- tential city slums, Mayor W. E. Brown Jr. estimated yesterday that Ann Ar- bor's housing shortage will be eased by...…

December 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN JiITL 'HUSIDAt, IECE7,vIER C; 1945 Candidates' Election Sta-tements v Board in Control of Student Publications, Ken Bissell As a candidate for the Board in Control of Student Publications, the following are my qualifications: Business Mgr., High school paper- 4 years; News editor, junior college paper-1 term; Editor in chief, jun- ior college paper-1 term; Managing Editor, "Signal Corps News" pub- lished by th...…

December 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…THE TMICHIAND ATITY PAGW lRE _ ___ .. .:..mr ae.na v sss ar sm a v .ems rn au a _._ _ - _ I Union Vice Presidents L. S. andA. Dick Bailhe For some time now the perpetual gripe of great numbers of Union men has been, "Why can't w have decent food at a fair price?" I am one who shares this gripe, and it is largely for this reason that I am a candidate for the Union vice-presidency from the literary college. It has always been a puzzle to me...…

December 06, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…I PAGE FOUR~ THE MICHIGAN DALY T,.i JrT LsnAY. D i1YYtP 6';, 194 _____________________________________________________ __________________ I U Fi-rSigan ay Fifty-Sixth Year - ________-- to th e ____-__________________ ... .,.-S,....i Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board of Control of Student Publications. Editorial Staff Ray Dixon . . . . . . . . . . Managing Editor Robert Goldma...…

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