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January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

… eather Cloudy; light nw -dip Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication 44aiki Editorial Hie- And 'Infamug i e s VOL. L. No.371 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1941 Z-23 'PRICE FIVE CENTS President Pledges Total Aid To Britain Anzacs Ready For Dash Over Desert Of Eastern Libya British Vanguard Troops Near Tobruk, 70 Miles From Captured Bardia Russian-Turkish Pact Still Likely (By The Associated Press) CAIRO, Egyp...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…Weather Continued Cold, pszibly 4* A& 4ilt t jDattALALAMA Editorial ASU Versus Reaction And War .. VOL. 1, No. 74 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JAN. 7, 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS Finns Shoot Down' 22 Russian Planes) During Air Attack WinterParleyAnalyses Cause, Solution Of War Robert Reed To Preside Over Final Session Today; Prof. Preston W. Slosson Will Speak At Union WolverineCagers Upset O.S.U. In Thriller, 40-35; Puekmen Trail Tec...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 2

…"TUE MICHI1GAN DAILY ITUESDAY. JrANUARhY 7. 1041 dY .!. V J.e s reran e _ __ ____ IAV 1 ."a.aaa vaa+.vaaa a "} ava+ M Sigma Rho Tau To Hold Debate In Union Today Speech Group Will Uphold Affirm ative On Question Of Canal InNicaragua Five members of the local chap- ter of Sigma Rho Tau, honorary en- gineering speech society, will debate a team from the Detroit Institute of Technology at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union on the topic: "Resolved:...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THP MICHIrAN 1 ATT.V .RTT"AV_ JAN. 7. 1939 A l L' M " I (TA A 9t, xVx A %s A 71% L A 1 LY1I_ , OUigiltYl, JAREN. J i S"Y Winter Pc To Hold Session (Continued from Freedman, Grad., an ertson, '40. Faculty advisers in George Benson of th ence department; Mr. berry and Prof. I. L. the economics depart Basil Edwards of the i department; Prof. Ric the sociology departm Morgan, director of th ligous Association and Nelson of the Engli...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

… THE MICIGCAN DAILY h Michigan Drops Big Ten Cage Opener To Buckeyes, 49=39 I don wfrtelafteres DAILY DOUBLE Time Marches Back!... A lot of icy water has dripped over the dam since the Double was last in action. While we spent the vacation attempting to 'avoid the draft and "There I Go," the world of sports, amazingly enough, moved along without us. So today the Double catches up. It prints a list of events which took place since we la...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…S-N-AY, 7,190THE MICHIGAN DAILY P'AGE Tfl Cagers Beat Buckeyes, 40-35; Pucksters Lose To ^., Scrappy Team Wins Opening Big Ten Game Brogan, Rae Top Scorers; Captain, Lynch Paces Bucks With 9 Points (Continued from Page 1) shots, as his mates failed to block out for him. Although Brogan displayed a fast and shifty type of play, Lynch was perhaps a little swifter and trickier. Added to this was the fact he made full use of his body and his ...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 4

…T HE MICHIG AN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. 1941 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Editor Sees Danger In Proposal For Revising Publications Board J rrTi-a 0r as , ... 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 Press is exclusively entitled ...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…r" I" .tlnE MICHIGAN DAILY IM - Y, Lj, 4, 7, i,4 9 5M -,% THE MCHIGA B~iM .r. m. r.p qy u n iv. 'I 'tR l'A I WW E MICHIGAN DAILY i . OfALLsThin.s =-ayr MRTi rQ-- I1 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 Press is e...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 5

… THE MIGRT .A D AT;T Y PAGR Mortarboard's'Pay-Off' To Be Feb. 21, In League Bal l r tAfVfl - aar [Iroom r Helen. Barnett' Lists Positions In Committees Sweaters, Skirts, Saddles Are Traditional Dress For Informal Affair Saddle shoes will dust off the floor of the League Ballroom when the campus women don their pet sweaters and skirts to "Pay-Off" their dates at Mortarboard's annual informal dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, F...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

…6U~LnDkY, JAN. 741024 THE MICHICAN' DAILY IEFW I ForeignCenter To Offer Talk And, Color Fhi Prof. Hayden Will Discuss Philippines; Fred Benz Brings Movies Of Africa Ann Arbor Recalls Famous Murders \ i~3E~C: ~i ~e~i~a~c~vjt rn r~ 7 II7~, 777DAI LY OF FIC IAL B U LLET I N d - yot hede a tudaGonitFd withinthrrc ti ai . GiL- tA " AJ I 0 a b =- -- Prof. Joseph R. Hayden of the po- litical science department, former vice-governor general of th...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 51, iss. 71) • Page Image 6

…..U mHE MICHMAN "AA-IL-V TIT -',JBAV, J,,VNTjiR-f . A41 M THE MICHIGAN DAILY T1E~T~AV, Ji~NThiRY 7. 1941 Former Michigan Grid Captain Is Injured In Indianapolis Fire r, Davad Allerdice sr., '10, captain _ of the Michigan' football eamin 1909, suffered serious burns in a fire in his northside Indianapolis apartment Sunday, in which his wife and eight-year-old son Anthony lost, their lives, and David Allerdice, jr., Princeton football playe...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

…TTI TH CT GEA N A TT.Y tYzfrY1W Y1t4a aa. . .tasa r.a.. fl.a5 .4.. SUNDAY. JAN.'. 7. 1929 Y i .-. 1I1 m{ Y y 1'11 1-/ L'Y $ 31 7 v.7.f>lia..R i V r1.A " / .Aao.7 First 1940 All -Campus T-Dance Will Feature Novelty Quiz C Checked Pajamas Are Gay For Study Ski Enthusiast baud-Eva Callis To Join W.A.A. Outdoor Staff -- -V - By NORMA KAPHAN 4. Purchasers of bloc lots must have with them a list of the persons for Born in Leipzig, G...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

…SU2ND&ZY JAN._ 7, 1939_ MyIPAGE SEVEN I Conferences On Industrial Medicine Set Session Leaders Include Well-Known Physicians; Dr. Lanza Will Speak With Dr. Anthony J. Lanza, assis- tant director of the Welfare Division of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., promising to speak, the pro- gram for the first annual Confer- ence. on Industrial Medicine and Hygiene Thursday,bFriday and, Sat- arday has finally been determined. Session leaders inc...…

January 07, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

…P< . F F ?" 'T if~ Rj- A i 1 (fillC f TXtULE L~I.RI .Ci N I.i-, II. 1 11. is IT.c 1. %, . 11 . 1. %s PL 1. V f..I I.'l Yl ;tit IAN.. I 'U ft F N F p '$1j MIIS AiRVIEW shows the heght of a fire which swept the 50-year-old Point Street Grammar School :A Providente, R.. forein g500O children to flee. Firemen .are direeting streamts of water on the three-story strut-_ tre. Thie fire strted in the boiler room. EIGHTEE~N PERSONS were ...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… Weather Continued Cold. Jr 5k ian juatt Editbrial The State Department=- Appeasement's Last Fol... VOL. LII. No. 72, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1942 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Chinese Claim New Advance As Japs Flee Encirclement Changsha Assault Halted With Heaviest Losses. - Of War To Invaders Japanese Advance TowardSingapore' CRUNGKING, Wed. Jan. 7.-IA'>)- The Chinese announced officially to- day that 7,000 more casualtie...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

…THE MiCHIGAN DAILY WW~;_;IN AT7, i i;14 e ___.____ '000' For 'Bo Frolic: Independent Men Will Spionsor Hobo Hop In Union Ballroom U.S. Naval Hero "V" is for Victory but 000 is for Hobo Hop. It's a dance sponsored by Con- gress, Independent Men's Organiza- tion and-in the words of general chairman S. Che Tang, '43-it's go- ing to be "unique." Everybody (including the patrons) Will wear his oldest clothes. Anyone who is too lazy to get his...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN I)AILY PAGE Louis Heavier, Training Hard For Title Bout GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y., Jan. 6. - () - Joe Louis isn't getting enough out of Friday night's fuss with Buddy Baer to order a helping of fried chicken, but he's training harder and walloping more viciously than he did when it meant $100,000 or more. Ofhicourse, if Buddy should wind up his high hard one in Madison Square Garden Friday and knock Joe's ears off, the Bomber would ...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 4

…_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _TfIIE m 'icHIGIAN IAL u r Ala tgan 473ttly Edited and managed by students of the Unitrsity 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 Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 5

… 7, S tip M lliAN fAll .. ------ -- t Talent Search Is Undertaken By Assembly Committee Formed To Contact, New Ski Outfit Is Well Tailored, a ti I Minerals For Defense Found In Long Neglected Watercress t 4 Classify Unaffiliated Women For Various League Projects Assembly's newest addition, a scouting committee organized for the specific purpose of finding possible independent activity women, has be- gun to function. Helen Kressbach,...…

January 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 72) • Page Image 6

…TH E MICHIGA.N DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1942 W _. . . - _. ..-_ _ .-.. - -. . n_ _ _ ._ . ...__-__--_ Jap Language To Be Taught By Yamagiwa Beginning Course To Train Interpreters For Work In Government Service Eight Hours Credit In response to the great demand for competent translators of Japa- nese, Joseph K. Yamagiwa of the Oriental Languages department will offer next semester an intensive course in beginning Japanese. At the end of t...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…ft It 4 aiti I Weather VOL. LIII No. 69 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS Russian Offensive Nets 21 More Towns 1 ' _ --_- __ . ' Bombers Raid Jap Airdrome Grounded Bomber, Four Anti-Aircraft Positions Destroyed in Allied Air Attack By C. YATES McDANIEL Associated Press Correspondent ALLIED HEADQUARTERS IN AUSTRALIA, Jan: 7. - Medium bombers and attack planes of the Southwest Pacific Command yester- da...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

…TAG T~7WO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TMURSDAY, CJAN. ?7 1943 _________ ____I TO ALL RED-BLOODED MALES: Red Cross Blood Drive Needs, 50 Additional Men to Fill Quota As a result of yesterday's contin- ued upswing in registration only 50 men are still needed to fill the men's quota in the January blood drive, it was reported by Warner Jennings '45 of +he blood committee. Blood will be taken by a fully equipped Red Cross unit next Tues- day and Wed...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 3

…_. - 1 Major Leagues Shop for Sites Four Chibq A feady Have Picked Camps NEW YORK, Jan. 6. -()-) New York's baseball clubs began an in- dustrious search for nearby training sites today with the Yankees favor- ing New Jersey and the Giants look- ing toward New England or upstate New York. Branch Rickey, president of the Dodgers, said he was hoping that the Army would decide that it does not need the field house when it Moves into Yale next w...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 4

…VAC ' VUR Fifty-Third Year Eldited and managed by students of the University of Micfigan under the authority of the Board In Control of Student Publications. Published everym orning eXcept Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except M~on- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use 'for republication of all news dispatches credited to ...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 5

…T 'ili D Y, 'i T:' '7 .t 43 rim. a '. aa . A aa fkAtI fI~ ~ I~ A ~ T Ar- ~arEy 'f7 l7PI?' i' TJ.' ' .. WOMEN TAKE OVER: Ability Is There, But Incentive Must Be Added For Production First Occupational Conference Discusses Problem Of Training Women To Cooperate With Each Other In War Industry v By CAROL COTHRAN The problem today n war indus- tries is not to get women to work but to get them to work together. The answer, according to Mont...…

January 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 69) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TRUF, D A-V, 7 ii4t michigau Mew. Lieut. Commander Claude G. Pen- dall, author of "Hail, Michigan," one of the most recent Michigan songs published, has just been appointed commanding officer of the Navy Sec- tion Base at Woods Hole, Mass. This base is the home of all Navy ships operating in that area, and Lieut. Corn. Pendall is in complete charge of men and supplies. Lawrence Allen, '41, who enlisted in the Royal Canadi...…

January 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…-W i iw i, l I iAt I!tr 4 ait t Weather Colder "'' VOL. LIV No. 47 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS Russians Sweep I0 Iiles into Old Poland * * * * * * 4' 17,000 Idle In Strike at Big Shipyard Union Asks Control By NaVy as Production Ceases at Cramp Co. By The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA,, Jan. 6.-A strike by 17,000 employes closed the great Cramp Shipbuilding Company yards tonight, halting production...…

January 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…PA(Ni,l TWO TH E 1 31 .0. 4. a -. .'. .. ; . L . . A - i t A I I.."' a I1P J N-JAN, ,1944 . .. __. .. ... .__ .r..a_ .in . i" n .o \! 4.In. 4. w.1 1- . Al.w Il. A id-urwhn raihj Fifty-Fourth Year i 1I The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND By DREW PEARSON Samuel Graftons Pd Rather Be Right SN A IA IT y Lichty .1 ,I "'" "E[ M cn Wl" - "iTKLM c W 51V A w . y Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the author...…

January 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

… FIRIDAY; JAN. 7, 1944 VlXLE MIJCHIG(;AiN DAILY, PAGE TIIIEE Michigan Plays Northwestern in Big Ten Opener Wolverine Matmen Face Ohio State Sa urday in First Test of Season Fae TVC - W l dcaits Wolverines Bid for Win Over Powerful Wildcats By HANK MANTHO The Wolverine wrestling team will absorb part of the sport spotlight this week, as they travel to Colum- bus to meet the Buckeyes of Ohio State Saturday. This year's mat schedule has...…

January 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 47) • Page Image 4

…r;4GT roi f THE MIiGA DI _ --:« --I 4 _____ - -- -- HEADS JAG SCHOOL: Col Young Serves for 2F Years. Servicemen's St. Joseph's Study Problem Hospital Calls -I s I )ti~uised F~or Vol fi ec Having; bee comm isS10iSiO0(t s second lieutenant on Nov. 1, 1918, Col. Edward H. Young, Commandant of the Judge Advocate General School, has completed 25 years com- missioned service in the Army. In his position as Commandant, Col. Young has supervi...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…4 4 "++ w Sir 43A tiatt~e WEATHER Snow and Rising Temperatures. U VOL. LV, No. 52 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JAN. 7, 1944 PRICE FIVE ommormMomm"im DR Demands Complete Manpower Cal 'M' Is Defeated by Great Lakes, 44-40 Maize and Blue Run Into Unexpected Opposition; Kessler Loses to Mondro By HANK KEISER A powerful Great Lakes squad defeated the Maize and Blue tankmen for the third time in two years by gaining a total of five fir...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…w THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. JAN. 1, 1045 THE M1CHICU~AN BATTY ..,. HISTORY OF ORIGINAL CAMPUS BUILDING: Mason Hall Erected In Michigan s Cow Pasture Days lier times the building was called the "College Building." After the erec- tion of a duplicate building fifty feet away (now the South Wing) the two were known as "North College" (Mason Hall) and "South College" (South Wing.) University Hall, which connects the two, was not built u...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 3

…._ ,JW.7, '94;H W A i1CIH !G AN, DJA i P(WTH THREE RAF Pounds Hanaua Nazi Rail Center U. S. Daylight Raid Enter Third Week By The Associated Press LONDON, Jan. 6-A mighty fleet of 1RAC bombers, following up the l3. S. ighth Airforce's fourteenth daylight raid on German transport and communications, poured explo- sives tonight on Hanau, an import- ant rail and industrial center 10 miles east of Frankfurt. The official announcement said Hanau ...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 4

…THE M 1I1CHIGcAN nA11r.V .%TTR AV. IAA1_ 7 14.49 ..:. .R AA "'. .AAA. A Lw AR.I. IN JJ .fv 1 L I. i~uT.stIAp JA. 1,. 1;14) r- Fifty-Fifth Year WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: OPA Disregarded on Car Tires- ceter to the &dtor --i I 9 1' Edited and managed by students of the University Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control Student Publications. velyn Phillips an Wallace ay Dixon ank Mantho ave Loewenberg avis Kennedy Editor...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, JAN. '7, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F Assembly Will Hold Recognition Night Wednesday at L eague AllExceptional I ndependents To Be Feted More Tickets Will Be Placed On Sale Tomorrow, Tuesday; Dr. Brumbaugh Will Speak Outstanding independent coeds will be honored at Assembly Recog- nition Night, which will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the League Ballroom. Tickets will be sold from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Tuesday in the Le...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX 7 64.5 TR Aii t.P4G A4N f-..' .A. .3.tJ 1 11 lJ 1 1 1 CJ 11 1 LY R 1 " jJ .("$. J. Jt j nSTTWl bA . .:11 T j JL OM. Cagers Overpower Stub orn Illinois Five, 43- 8 ti s Michigan Sextet Loses to F cGreer., Jenswold Tally Three Goals Each as Wolverines Bow to Veteran Canadian Sextet ickers A.C. 12-6 Lund Tallies 22 Points In Second Big Ten Win D lB y H A N K M T IEiT 11 0 Daily Sports Editor Robittaile, Maniko Also Do '...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JAN. 7, 1945 THE MICHIGAN DAILY. PACE SEVEN Swimmers Dr. Up Opening Meet To Great Lakes Bluejackets Take Thirdj Straight from - ichigan - --------- Sailors Take Five Firsts, Five Seconds, Three Thirds for Winning 44-Point Total (Continued from Page 1) Michigan's squad last year, took the lead in the 200-yard free style and remained out in front until he cross- ed the finish line. However, a close battle was being fought f...…

January 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 52) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT TNT; MICHIIUA N T .Th A %TTI'MAV- - IAJ- I - 14-1-9 xx__L' 11. V-. x1 a IN M. JJ1 .RJ I JAIN, r c lot I I r r r 8 IN I r 'I'/ 4 ..I M U S I C I A N - Evelyn, vio- linist in Phil Spitalny's All-Girl orchestra, models a two-piece play suit and carries a huge cartwheel hat to complete her play time ensemble. F 0 P C E R M A N Y S V I C T I M S-A soldier inspects one of a supply of funeral urns found when Allies captur...…

January 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

… STASSEN STRATEGY See Page 2 Y Latest Deadline in the State ~~Iaii4 CLOUDY, SNOW VOL. LVII, 'No. 76 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1947 PRICE FIVE CJ I Clay, New Chief in Ex-Regent Europe, Plans No Shields, 7q5, a e l "i , t fY. f i J / R 7 1 t t t t - 3 J Changes at Present McNarney Named to UN Military Staff; Clark Recalled From Austria By The Associated Press BERLIN, Jan. 6-Lt. Gen. Lucius D. Clay, new commander i...…

January 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

…4 ,THE MI(THWAN IbAH'TS TUESDAY. JANUARY 7. 1947 ' - "111L 1 11E.,(111V1 i1\ iJ W:7..1311 ____ Stassen kROLD Stassen's hat still sits boldly in the ring reserved for the top-pieces spiring Republican presidential candi- ad it is likely to retain its lonely position some time. The young Minnesotan's pected and unprecedentedly early an- icement of his candipacy for the Re- ican presidential nomination in 1948 ted a rash of disavowals among ...…

January 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

…7, 1946 - -I. T IHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Quintet Rounds into Form; Suprunowiez, ierd Shine Wolverines Down 'Cats in Big Nine Debut; Iowa State, Mar-ette Follow in Order Wolverine COURTyS HIS RACQUET: Cagers Sweep Four Holiday Tilts; Varsity Tennis Captans TodS TankStar E- extet Takes Tree Coast me. His awn Under the Nets Too Following through on its ef- fort to ring out the old and ring in the new, Michigan's basketball# team presented it...…

January 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…THE MIChIGAN DAILY TUE S'T)AY..TANUATVV7,191 s Will Sign JDENT CONTROL: hicago Conference Sets udependenceProgram EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of' a series of five articles dealing with the Chicago Student Confer- ence. Establishing the independence nd freedom from censorship of udent organizations and publi- ations, eliminating the com- ercialization in intercollegiate ports, and assuring that all stu- ent activity funds are controll...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…PERSUASION See Page 4 L71 r Lw 4yzr 47aii4j CLOUDY, WARMER Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 77 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS +Truman Set For Address To Congress Opponents Raise Cry of 'Politics' By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan. 6-Presi- dent Truman wrote the finishing touches tonight to a "slugging' State of the Union message whic will give ,his views on momentou questions at home a...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 2

…- h~rnCG 1Th71Y. Wolverines Replace Irish as Nation's Top Team I Rose Bowl Champions Gain 226-119 Margin (Continued from Page 1) part, while the 357 who sent in ballots for the post-season show- down is the largest ever to take part in such an AP voting. In the regular season's final poll, Notre Dame had 107 first place votes and Michigan 25. Of the 54 scribes who saw both teams play, most of those on the Notre Dame bandwagon said the g...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…Tfl~ MH~tMV AILY Yanks Sign 'Joltin' Joe' NFW YORK, Jan. 6-('P)-A beaming, buoyant Joe DiMaggio signed a new Yankee contract to- day believed to guarantee him ap- proximately $70,000 for the 1948 season and to place him among a handful of the highest paid ball players in the history of the game. The batting and fielding star of the world champions penned his name to the rich pact shortly be- fore noon today after having reached a quick agreem...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 4

…FU THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAPmigahTh I'D RATHER BE RIGHT: Crying Is Not Enough BILL MAULDIN .NSA Constitution r 'Edited and managed by students of the Uni- versity of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. John Campbell . .....,..Managing Editor .ancy Helmick .........,. . General Manager '4lyde Becht ... ....,... City Editor Jeanne Swendeman ...... Advertising Manager Edwin Schneider ........... Finance...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 5

…1948 THE MIChIGAN IATTN National Student Association Constitution (Continued from Page 4) 1. The Executive Committee shall consist of the members of the Staff Committee, without vote, and the regional represen- tatives. 2. The presiding officer shall be the President of the USNSA. He shall be empowered to cast one vote in the event of a tie vote. 3. Each voting member shall cas one vote. All decisions shall be by a majority of such vot...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

…THE-11CU2IJGA N 2AHfY National (Continued from Page 5) terial for use of student bodies, and in cooperation with their ad- ministration help student bodies in the eventual establishment of in- dependent student finance con- trol." STUDENT CULTURAL WELFARE The USNSA recognizes culture as a social manifestation, differ- ing in form and substance in va- rious environments. The cultural base is not a static element but, when properly nourished, ...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 7

…--- - T ~MICHIGAN'.rDAILY _--- DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN IE it (Continued from Page 4) to $475. They are also interested in bacteriologists, bio-clemists, occupational therapists, and dieti- tians. There are both permanent and temporary jobs. There are specific jobs open. This is not to establish a ..egister. U. S. Rubber Company, Provi- dence, R. I., will interview at the Buruea on Tuesday, January 13, for physicists, chemical engineers, m...…

January 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 77) • Page Image 8

…HOW THE I1CHIGAN DAILY . . ........ . Distinguished English Pianist Will Perform Here Saturday Myra Hess, distinguished Eng- lish pianist will present the sev- enth concert in the regular Choral Union series at 8:30 p.m. Satur- day in Hill Auditorium. Miss Hess, whose American debut took place in 1922, in New York, played annually in this country until the outbreak of the war. During the war, she obtained permission to 'use London's Na- t...…

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