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May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…SCAC PROPO SAL Y Latest Deadline in the State 4ili CLOUDY, COOLER See Page 4 VOL. LIX, No. 153 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS 'M' Sluggers Find Range, Rip Ilini,8-3 Baker, Bucholz Pace Wolverines By HERB RUSKIN One big inning was all Michi- gan's baseball team needed to send a hard hitting Illinois nine down to defeat yesterday, 8-3. The Wolverines tallied four times in the second frame, enough to win the ...…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…Jj 4 THE MICHIGAN IilILY i tr K G - -- DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in The Daily Official Camp Livingston (Jewish-coed) Bulletin is constructive notice to all is in need of an experienced water- members of the University. Notices front director (ARC Instructor) or the Bulletin should be sent in wocnhnl wmigisre ypewritten form to the Office of the who can handle swimming instruc- Assistant to the President, Room 2552 tion, boating...…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN ILYM AG Wolverine Netmen Blast Gophers, 9-0' Trackmen Engage Hoosiers, Boilermakers in Outdoor Test, * * # t Paton's Victory Only Match Forced To Go Three Sets By MERLE LEVIN It will "A-Day' in Bloomington as Don Canham leads his Michi- gan thinclads into that peaceful Indiana town for a triangular meet with Indiana and Purdue this afternoon. The 'A' is for 'Answer' and Can- ham hopes to get plenty of them as his charges me...…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…'AGE FO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAttWMXAY, MAY 7, 1949 SAC Proposal SUSPICIONS that the Student Affairs Committee is not representative of cam- pus opinion were prevalent last week after the 7-6 vote on the anti-discrimination rule. These seem to be confirmed by the charges by one of the SAC members that anti-dis- crimination legislation is "gnawing at the foundations of our American way of life." A defense has been made of the student representa...…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…V, SATUTDAY, MAY 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -I WA4, Union Sponsor Outdoor Tennis Ball' n. WAA and the Union hope to combine nature's outdoor ballroom with the best in campus bands and entertainment at the "Tennis Ball," first outdoor all-campus dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday on the Palmer Field Tennis Courts. Natural effects will include the usual combination of stars and moonlight that watch over Palmer Field, as we...…

May 07, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 153) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY M!! PATIENCE' BLOOMS: Mysterious New Plant Puzzles DiagStrollers By PAUL BRENTLINGER Is it a creature from Mars? Is it a glamourized sun lamp? These are some of the questions that ran through the minds of diag strollers as they tried to iden- ASCE Holds Annual Spring Picnic Today Michigan's student chapter of the American Society of Civil En- gineers will hold its annual spring picnic today. As last year the site of the g...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…SILENCE BROKEN See page 4 Y Alit ujt l~tan Bai4 COOL Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 152 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I PRICE FIVE CENT Edwards To Open Spring Parley Today World Problems Will Be Theme George Edwards, President of the Detroit Common Council, will open the two day Spring Parley with a speech at 4:15 p~m. today in Kellogg Auditorium. Edwards, who has been active in Detroit polit...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR~iDAY, r Y , r a4s OM I - TUDENT PRODUCT: eichigan Journalist' Serves As Lab for Budding Writers By DON McNEIL A sparkling student newspaper with professional makeup, which sn't competing with The Daily, appeared on campus this past( week and will be published five more times this semester. The Michigan Journalist, begun 1 years ago as a laboratory ex- eriment for budding journalists, s brought out every spring by it...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RAGE TI olverines Meet Purdue in Series pener Today . . JUST KInITZING Today's Column Was Written By B. S. BROWN MICHIGAN'S COACHES have pulled a new one on the denisons of the sporting scene. It all started when Fritz Crisler handed in his resignation as head coach of the Wolverine gridders. The amazing Mr. Crisler, wizard of two-team football, had just piloted the first Michigan foot- ball team in 49 years to a...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…TiHE MICHIGAN DAILY Silence 13r*,ken OLD-LINE Republicans may well be startled to find that one of their three leading candidates for presicIntial nomina- tion shows signs of blossoming into some- thing ressembling a liberal. "Silent Tom" Dewey, whose reticence on controversial issues approaches the legend- ary, casually blew his reputation to shreds last Tuesday by denouncing Harold Stas- sen's proposition to outlaw communism. After refer...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 5

…ryt-a vl AY 7,. 1948 'ti i.i1cli 1 i 1 11. tI .THE aa. MTC...: T4s..l~n hAT~.ATIV~f 1.*J'.4.. .Aa.. n i tar:ii, c i Y IFC To Present 16th Bail Today Long's Bandmenj Will Entertain Johnny Long and his orches- tra featuring songstress Natalie and the Beachcombers quartet will be in Ann Arbor tonight to provide the music for the 16th an- nual IFC Ball to be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Intra- mural Building. Long, the only "south...…

May 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…TiHE MICHIGAN DAILY rATA, mY 7, 194W GRADS DITCH ROOKS: Great Outdoors Found To Be Antid By JIM JACKOWS$I Comes a time when even grad students leave their books on the shelf. Every Sunday afternoon an in- formal group of student "intel- lectuals" put aside their yearning for learning and set out to have fun in the great outdoors. This group, composed mostly of grad students with a couple of faculty members and visiting Boy Scouts thrown in, ...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

… WATCH FOR STAEN See Page 4 Y 4%F 40P A, Ike, m -4 lw .Alt t pqppr- w r g n Drn iij (COUDY, COOL Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVII, No. 151 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS House Sends Greek Aid Bill to Floor Marshall Urges Passage of Plan By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 6 - The $400,000,000 Greek-Turkish aid program got over its first hump in the House today, even some of its foes voting to send...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

…'IH A1E MC,-1I AN. DAHJ WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1947 e fir.. y _T w . ._ ' ... . .. .. IFFECT S UNKNOWN: Present Treatment of Water May Not Assure Polio Defense Protection from such virus dis- eases as poliomyelitis is not as- sured bf present water treatment processes, Dr. Gerald M. Ridenour, prfessor of public health engi- Vet Pilots Fly In Air Guard Airmen Get Ground School Instruction (Continued frorn Page 1) mer B-17 pilot with the 8th Ai...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

… 1WDNEDAY M1AY 7, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Spartan Nine Halts Michigan's Winning Streak, 2-1 F Katzenmeyer Likes Large Golf Field Jayvee 1riumphs, Varsity Meets U-I) By IRWIN ZUCKER The type of golf action Coach Bert Katzenmeyer would like to see in future collegiate competi- tion was unfolded yesterday when 12 linksmen from Michigan's jun- ior varsity squad collided with a similar number from Ypsi Normal at the Washtenaw Country Cl...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, I Watch Harold Stassen H AROLD STASSEN is a fare phenomenon in American politics: a politician who is both shrewd and enlightened. Even before the San Francisco Conference setting up the UN, at which he was an American delegate, Stassen was cautiously putting forth the view that a united world has the best chance of being a peaceful world. So much for Mr. Stassen's enlighten- ment. There must 'he at least a ...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 5

… TlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE - - - - - - -W Olympic Ball Will Be Presented Friday in League Rlan Townsend i I o Provide usi Decorations Will Follow Greek Theme; Drawing For Door Prizes To Be Held i I Olympic Ball, traditional all- campus semi-formal, will be pre- sented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri- day in the League Ballroom. Allan Townsend and his band Association Benefits Told The organization of the Michi- gan Alumnae Associatio...…

May 07, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

…PAGE 9i. THE MICHIGAN DAILY t'F'F]!M, SDAT, MAY i, 047 .. ............... . . . ....... ....... . ......... . ........... . ..... . MAN IN THE MOON: Censorship Isolates Russian People from Outside World Campus Highlights DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I. Ae. S. 7:30 p.m., Thurs., May 8, Michigan Union. Mr. John Lekas, president of the Lekas Manufacturing Co., will speak on the subject, "Radio Aids To Aer- onautical Research." Aeronautical. M...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

… W- Itgan 4aifly EXTRAI V-E DAY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 7, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS Churches Will Hold Services VxE Day Worship Planned in City All Ann Arbor churches will hold individual services of prayer and thanksgiving today, the Rev. C. W. Carpenter; director of the Ann Arbor Ministerial Association, announced. Most churches will hold services at 8 p.m. EVT, in accordance with the request of the Ministerial Associa- tion. The ...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…. _.. W-N ~rv -mr,"VIL As, Ituss ans Deserve Greatest Credit for European Victory ! Reds Stiffer Greatest Grief, Heaviest Losses in Personnel, Russians Recognize Material Aid Provided by Americap Lend-Lease and AlliedBombing REDEPLOYMENT: Marshal Stresses Importane 01 Proper Attitude at Home By HENRY G. CASSIDY Former Chief of Associated Press Moscow Bureau The Russians can claim, with scant1 fear of contradication, that they did...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… 1ti, MAl1C fIGA7N -DAILY Demobilization Program lanned for Rturning Ye terans Army Survey Shows Plans of Servicemen Aim Is Reinstatement Into Civilian Standing By FRANK CAREY Associated Press Correspondent WASHINGTON - Everybody and his brother has been proposing post- war plans for veterans . Now comes the Army with a line- up of what the soldier plans for him- self. The research branch of the Army Service Forces' Information and Ed- u...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 E Big Three Snatch Victory from Nazis Brief History of War in Europe Gives Thrilling Story of Hitler's Rise and Fall I (Continued from Page 1) sliced through the Polish cavalry divisions to the Wisla (Vistula), trapped a huge army in the Kutno area west of Warsaw and another random in the south. In 18 days Hitler boasted of Vic-. tory in a speech at Danzig, though it was Sept. 27 before Warsaw, battered to a pulp, su...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…7; THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Invasion of Europe Started withSicily Gerian Territory in Europe Shrinks To NothinAg i Less lau Two Years (Continued from Page 4) - ly bloody battles were fought in beat- ing the Germans back from one Italy . *. hedgerow and sunken road to the The Allies invasion of Europe really next. Cherbourg, the Allies' first began with the attack on Sicily by major port in France, was taken by Gen. Eisenhower's Briti...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 6

…'9 Germany Is Easy To Handle-So Far Lochner Says Conqnest So Rapid That Poppulation 'Meely Does What Told' 4- (EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was writ- In the Saarland on the whole, the ten by the former head of the A Berlin Bureau before V-E day was officially foreign occupation is accepted more proclaimed and tells how the German grudgingly. Various military govern- peole have reacted to control by the Al- ment officials testified the German l...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 7

… -- THE Ri'CHIGAN _________ Original Pacific WrTmtable Is Moths Ahead o Sc PAGE SEVEN hedil Japanese Navy rippled; Only Army Is Intact No American Leader Predicts Early Victory Bq JAMES D. WHITE Associated Press Staff Writer As Americans turn to slug Japan with both hands, they find a situa- tion astounding in view of what was expected and planned for back in the dark days of Pearl Harbor. The original Pacific timetable is months, if not a f...…

May 07, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 140) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DA TT TII1i~ MTCHIcAN flATTV _._. I M-M * N THEIR Ji THE DEFEAT LPBmr-q 0 LY HA LF DO E M °-" 9 OF GERMANY, a task of the greatest magnitude is completed and we all thank God job is only half done. There remain must be crushed before total victo many should not give rise to celebr should make us reverent and thank should make us more conscious of more determined that nothing will towards the defeat of ...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

… t x 4 aitt Weather Cloudy and Warmer VOL. LIV No. 129 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS PlanesDiop1000Tons on Invasion Roast New Guinea Coast RGds Extended U . S. Places 38 Iri Air Force Hits Hansa BayTo Sarmi Area Neutralize Airdromes; Troop Concentrations, Supply Bases Bombed By the Associated Press ADVANCED ALLIED HEADQUAR-- TERS, NEW GUINEA, May 7, Sun- day.-Fifth Army Air Force fighters and bombers ...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…rAE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. MAY 'I - - ---------------- ... . . . ....... . .. .......... Language Conference To Be Cnelde Massed Music Festival To Be Held May 21 GUILD PROGRAMS: Rev. C. LI. IACwks To Le d I Discussio a Bptit Ch-urch The executive committee of the Central, West and Southern Division of the National Federation of Modern Language Teachers will conclude a two-day conference 'here today in Rm. 302 of the Union. Inc...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nine Takes Both Bronco Games; First 9-0, Second 2-1 0{ Irish Netters Hand Varsity First Defeat Johnson, Frolik, LewisY Lose in 5-4 Trouncing Special to The Daily SOUTHBEND, Ind., May 6.-Drop- ping three singles and two doubles matches, the University of Meichigan tennis team lost its first meet of the season hre today, bowing to Notre Dame, 5-4. The Irish captured the top half of the singles matches and the one and...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICT1IEAN TIATTY- SU1NDbAY. MAY1. 1944 .. -... a.p a---- a.a a. -' a-a .aaj nl l i![2 ,[. 1 l 111 1 1C/KY v Fifty-Fourth Year i 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 year, and every morning except Mon- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Editorial Staff Jan...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…THE-:MIC11IGAN DA ILYYPAC Alpha Chi Omega Elects New Officers Dorothy Pugsley, '45, was recently urer; Irene Turner, '45Ed, recording elected president of Alpha Chi Ome- secretary; Joan Ross, '45, rushing ga sorority. Other officers chosen chairman; Peg Laubengayer, 45Ad, are: Pat Dillenbeck, '45Ed, vice-pres- social chairman; Georgianna Leslie, ident; Glory King, '46, corresponding '45A, activitites chairman; and Bar- secretary; Glen McDanie...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 7 1944 Jerry Walds Orchestra To Play It Boulevard Ball Joint Affair For May 27 Is Scheduled Sorority, Independent Women To Sponsor All-Campus Event; Date Bureau To Be Organized Jerry Wald, "clarinet-player de- luxe," and his orchestra will be fea- tured at "Boulevard Ball," which will be given jointly by Panhellenic Coun- cil and Assembly, independent wo- men's organization, from 9 p.m. to midnight, May 2...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SE THE MICH~r~AN aiLy 1 EV~ iiVli:i 41r.L'E R7fii 9 ---- r . " U' of Mexico Professor To Arrive Today Dr. Manuel Gonzalez-Montesinos, professor of comparative literature and public reations officer of the Na- tional University of Mexico, will ar- rive at the University today and re- main here through Wednesday.. He will give a lecture on "Frencht Literary Influence in Mexico" at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Rackham A...…

May 07, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

…T MI CH11iCwxN E Cx ITY SUNMY, 1MA.Y 7, 1IM .. . ......... . . ......... CHINESE SYMPOSIUM: Dr.Huang To Discuss Medical Conditions in China Tuesday Medical conditions in China will be the topic of the third symposium on China to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the International Center. The speaker at the symposium will be Dr. C. S. Huang of the department of thoracic surgery in the University Hospital. Dr. Huang was born in China and was ...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

… *1'- gu N' Westhr VOL. LII No. 159 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS monowamommomm Jap U-Boats Torpedo Five Allied Ships Majoriiy of C*rews Have Been Rescued; Yanks Gain in Guinea By The Associated Press ALLIED HEADQUARTERS IN AUSTRALIA, Friday, May 7.-Five Allied ships, including one United States Merchantman were sunk re- eently by Japanese submarines oper- ating in force east of Australia, the High Command...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…TWO 'THE MICHIGAN DAILYV IDAI; M~x , 03 I ________________________________________________________________________________ I F CORDJL -AND SMILIN(: Music Will Exist After the War,' Fritz Kreisler Predicts By MARY RONAY While waiting for the key to hi. room yesterday in the Union lobby Fritz Kreisler-- cordial, his way white hair and srmiling eyes adding to his distinguished appearance-de' scribed his faith in the music whicl would be in...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…ate; r ~. i v '; THE iti-AS DiLY PX F) TARPE . ...... ...... - Chicago Beats Maize and Blue Netters in Close Battle, - : Michigan Captures Only Two Singles Matches Special To The Daily CHICAGO, May 6.-Michigan's tennis team lost its second Big Ten meet of the season today as it was edged out by the University of Chi- cago, 5-4, here. The Maroon squad captured four of ,the six singles matches and then added a lone win in the doubles ...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOrtU .. ft,." TILE UICHIGAN DAILY FIDAY, MAY 7, 1943 -'* I it Vanatt BKeep the home fires burning ~Z -7 Fifty-Third Year Y.4 Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. s Published every morning except Monday during the regular University year, and every morning except Mon-- day and Tuesday during the summer session. Member of The Associated Press...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY,. KAY..', 191' DAILX. _____________________________________________________________________________________ I I UnpredictableNWeather Conditions Offer Qood Topic for Conversation By NANCY GROBERG Once upon a time the weather as a topic for discussion, conversation, and what-have-you, was utterly ta- boo. The man who opened his dis- course with a dull muttering about "nice day, isn't it?" was condemned as a bore. The sun was taken f...…

May 07, 1943 (vol. 53, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…r.G THE MICHIGAN Dilu& IT N PART OF A DAY'S WORK- Blizzard Hars Ski Troopers 0 41-1 --^ - Chosen Surgeon, General A (Editor's Note: The following article is the first in a series of seven depict ing the life of ski troopers.) By CAPT. HAROLD W. SULLIVAN Judge Advocate General's School "Howling blizzards and avalanch- ing mountainsiofrsnow are all part of the lot of mountain infantry," declares Lt. Larry W. Lougee, now being trained as ...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…imb6==ftw Weather Y Rain and Cooler it 43U at i Editorial WLB Drops The Hot PotatoR. VOL. LII. No. 164 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1942 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS American Air Power Opens Heavy Attacks On JapBases Fliers Destroy 40 Planes, Damage 25 In 5 Raids On Mingaladon Airport;' RAF Bombs Invaders British Fall Back On Burma Front NEW DELHI, India, May 6.-(M- The United States Air Forces in India were embarked tonight on ...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…- 'AG4E TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY ® Repela Chosen Glee flub Head New Award To.Be Given Next Week At Banquet The new officers of the Varsity Men's Glee Club were chosen Tues- day at the annual elections. Kenneth Repela, '43, tenor soloist of the club, was chosen president of the organization. Repela is vice- president of the Kappa Delta Rho and a member of Suomi Club. Donald Plott, '44SM, was elected to fill the position of vice-president. Plo...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…'THE MICHIGE7AN "AIT.V Pa(~' ~~rn' 1 . . a- l-f 411 1 dA 1.1 l \.f IL 1\ 11 /''. . , II 1 97.m1Z54asaE-1UjL' v Nine To Use Revamped Lineup Against Hillsdale Today 4y.\_ New Infielders To Start Game Against Dales Bill Cartmill To Play First In Place Of Bergesen; Regulars Receive Rest By BOB SHOPOFF Michigan's baseball team goes on the road again today to meet the Dales of Hillsdale College at 4 p.m. For the Wolverines it will b...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

… PA F~OUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _. P tC t MIT tkt l~ The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND By DREW PEARSON and ROBERT S. ALLEN --r -_ 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 to the use for republic...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…TH1E MICIIA AIYrA 1 Forestry Club To Hold Danc 'Log Drive' To Be Tomorrow At Barton Hills Country Club The Log Drive, annual informal dance sponsored by the Forestry Club for students of the School of For- estry and Conservation, will be giv- en from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor- row at the Barton Hills Country Club, Jim Snodgrass, '43F&C, pub- licity chairman has announced. General chairman for the affair is Chet Ewing, '42F&C, Sam Bellanca, '42...…

May 07, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…PAGE 11-lUx THE MICHIGAN IiAILY TM3RSDA' F MAY 7, B42 PAGE STX TTWaSnA MAY ~J, I94~ I I I Senate Forms Group To Give Defense Talks Student Speakers' Bureau To Offer Information To Local Organizations Putting into concrete form the plans of the old student senate, the revamped senate has set up a stu- dent speakers' bureau to provide or- ganizations in this area with speak- ers on defense topics. A subsidiary of the faculty speak- ers' bur...…

May 07, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

… Weather LY 5k igan :4Iaiti Editorial Strengthen Our Cult ral Relations... Cloudy; scattered showers. Fifty Years Of Continuous Publication VOL. LI. No. 153 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1941 Z-323 PRICE FIVE CENTS Petition Solicits Tibett, Ormandy Open Festival Series Today Stalin Replaces Molotov, Is New Russian Premier; Senate Hearing On Publications < , - 1 Faculty Members Request Meeting For Discussion Of Regents'...…

May 07, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1941'' TH...E..vM.IC a.HIG .rA AILY W/. . EDNESDAY .. ., sMAY 7.s941 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1941 VOL. LI. No. 153 Publication in the Daily Official Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Notices Student Tea: President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to students this afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Procedure for Deferment and Post- ponement of Mil...…

May 07, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE PAc*E THREE Wolverines Wallop Michigan Normal On et Field, 8-3 -= > V -- SPORTFOLIO 0 Reaching For The Sun ® Future Sports Policy By HAL WILSON Daily Sports Editor fHhRE'S a motion picture currently showing in Ann, Arbor called er, goes our sincere appreciation for "Reaching for the Sun." In our own his willingness to teach and help at small way we have been doing that all times, and most of all for...…

May 07, 1941 (vol. 51, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, PAA'L ,1041 ,--.--<..-'..---.- THE WICHIGAN DAILY ~~,. Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Publisher 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 i...…

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