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January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…REPLY TO GREGORY See Page 2 1j Latest Deadline in the State 4:3 cit CLOUDY, COLDER VOL. LX., No. 74 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 PRiCE FIVE CENTS Truman British0 Move Splits UAW West's Solid Front in Asia Thomas Protest Raised Denies I By C ogressmen DETROIT - ('; By The Associated Press man who found ac Britain recognized the Commun- Workers Internation ist conquest of China yesterday in story of an abductio a diploma...…

January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN IAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 U Reply to Gregory APPARENTLY there are still some con- servatives, of whom James Gregory ap- pears to be one of the most rabid, who don't realize that there have been some changes made from the way of living of the Pil- grims to the culture of the present. In re- futing the social advances that have been made during the past two decades Gregory pretends to be completely unaware of the mai...…

January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DMTLV rAE THREE 0 M' Cagers Meet Iowa Tonight I I I 1~ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Hawkeye Quintet First western Conference Foe -Daily-Ed Kozma NO GOAL-Michigan Defenseman Graham Cragg turns aside a shot by Montreal's ace right wing, "Frenchy" Giguer, as goalie Jack MoDonald watthes from the nets. Giguer scored twice for winners. * * * * By HAROLD TANNER Emerging from a nine game non-conference sla...…

January 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICTXNN DMXIL - SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950 _. . r I ________________________________________________ I I CED Stands Fast on Bias Accusations Applications still Under Question The Committee to End Discrim- ination yesterday stated that it will continue its drive for the re- moval of discriminatory questions from Medical School application blanks. "The Medical School more than any other has been the target of accusations of admissi...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… SUBSIDIES & MERCHANT MARINE . Latest Deadline in the State Pa CLOUDY, WARMER See Page 4 VOL. LX, No. 104 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1950 SIX PAGES i Lewis Offers SL Cabinet Help TUA To Boost WSSF S Says M oney Will o Led by seven SL cabinet members, 24 student legislators turned out in full force yesterday at the University Hospital blood bank to Assure Success donate blood for the World Student Service Fund drive. Pr...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…~HE MIi~1II GIA7N DAIlEY - TPSDAY, Fraternities Announce Spring Pledges .. Ars FIED __ Fletcher, Robert Killenberger, Ed- ward Lindsley, Lyle Nelson, George Owers, Donald Shaffer, Donald Wysocki, Richard Youngblood and Herbert Woodrich. l DELTA KAPPA EPSILON - Carl Bross, Bryden Dow, Robert Johnston, Raymond Metzger, Ro- bert Moffatt, Donald Noah, Roger Oetting, Roger Ryan, Richard Smith and James Uhlman. DELTA SIGMA PHI -- Donald Arnold...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

… 5t AILY DoUBLE by merle levin, sports co-editor MOTHERS, if your son ever entertains notions of becoming a coach, hand him a' can of beans and call for Fearless Fosdick. Mercy killers are getting off easy these days. You can't win in the coaching profession. Look what's hap- pened to Don Canham. In his first year as head track coach at Michigan last season, Canham, wiih his best men spending more time on the trainer's table than at practice, ...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

… THE ICHIGAN DAILY TT 3 DAY, 1 IJitCfl 7; 190. - A Fable THOMAS L. STOKES: WITH VISIONS of smiling faces and firm Subsidies & M handshakes whirling through his de- bauched brain, the grizzled rushing chair- WASHINGTON - In recent years we have man leaned back in his swivel chair and been trying to regain the once proud contemplated the brightly painted walls of position of our merchant marine on the seas his abode. which we lost over a cent...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN ]lAIL Fraternity Men Give Unique Party Students with aspirations of be- ing someone other than just plain John Doe had their opportunity Saturday night at Phi Kappa Sig- ma's "Suppressed Desire Party." In keeping with the theme, the door prize was a lemon meringue pie for the winning coed to throw into her date's face. * * * THE LIVING ROOM and din- WAA To Hold Tournament Badminton will take the spot- light in women's campus act...…

March 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…'THE ll- M IG4 DiAM!L To Speak Karrige T alk To BeGiven. Mrs. Evelyn M. Duvall, execu- tive secretary of the National Council on Family Relations, will deliver the second lecture in the Marriage Lecture Series at 7 p.m. tonight in Rackham Lecture Hall. Her topic will be "Courtship-and' Pre-Marital Relations." Read Daily Classifieds TYPEWRITERS RENTED SOLD BOUGHT REPAI RED G.I. Requisitions Accepted on Supplies Only MORRILL'S 314 S. State St....…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

… DEAN PEKE Y See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State ~uti4 CLOUDY, WARMER VOL. LX, No. 131 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1950 SIX PAGES Tennis Court Fees Lifted By Board Students, Faculty To Get Free Use Free use of Ferry and Palmer Field tenni courts was granted to students and faculty last night. Hotly opposed court fees were lifted when the Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics turned ever its courts to Men and Women...…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FIDJAY,API7 X9:150; .. . , __ -- , .'. ri tir r rw :.,.... . .r.... ROOM SHORTAGE HITS MUSICIANS: Music Students Queue Up For Practice Rooms By ROZ VIRSHUP Some students may fight against studying, but music students re- verse the situation in order to get their practicing done. Every afternoon students queueY up at music school to get first crack at the sign up sheet which ~ allocates practice rooms for eve- ping study...…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 3

… THE MIrCHIG P SJLAAIL41 otverines Open 1950_Base bal * * * <__________>____ 1a'Maryland Initial Opponent Lea Of 9(Garne Southern Tour Wii, Season Toay DAILY DOUBLE by merle levin, sports co-editor THEY SAY hone springs eternal in the human breast, and so, having picked Michigan to win the NCAA hockey title, Wisconsin to xi'± taie big ien oasKetall title, and Illinois to win the Big Ten track meet, Fearless Levin today ventures forth in...…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 4

… ,. *'. >>r " A v ..._:1.4.. :.: .. 1,.Lrv am. .u-nP 2. .. i. A'Aw: J. 1, . L a ,.a__ #" Dead Peake THOMAS L. STOKES: Educational Discrimination ANNOUNCEMENT OF the resignation of Dean Charles H. Peake from the College of Literature, Science and the Arts to become dean of Knox College stirs a medley of emotions among those students who were fortunate enough to know this very able and very human edu- cator. We are happy to see him receiv...…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r c I r lFk \ r r 'p r o N E -Y E A R F A M I L Y--Mrs. Thelma Gibbs, of Atlanta, Ga., sits with her twins, Jane and Wayne, born Jan. 16, 1949, and triplets, Lynda, Brenda and Glenda, born Nov. 5 the same year. C I N R U M M Y W I N S - Gin Rummy shuffles off after tossing his short-time rider, cowboy Dick Davis, into the tanbark at the National Western Livestock Show rodeo in Denver. J A P A N E S E WOMEN T A K...…

April 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 131) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1950 '1 y -O-opsClebrate tudent Movement Began n 'U' CampUS in 1932 By DAVE THOMAS This week more than 100,000 students of the North American dent Cooperative League are celebrating the 18th anniversary of lent cooperatives. In its 16 years of existence, the student cooperative living move- it has grown from a single house on the University campus to organization with national offices and active groups ...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

… CONGRESSIONAL IMMUNITY See Page 4 . YI r Latest Deadline in the State A6F AL-Abo t t CLOUDY, COOLER VOL. LX, No. 148 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1950 EIGHT PA McCarthy Blasts ruman O, File pening Envoys Plan To Combat Red Threats Acheson Flies To Paris Meetings PARIS - (P) - A three-wall defense against Communist en- croachments is to be stiffened by Western foreign .ministers in a series of meetings beginning here...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 2

…'SHE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 7, s SUNDAY, MAY 7. °' AS FIED BUSINESS SERVICES [VE GIFT for Mother's Day. Cana- s, Parakeets, Lovebirds and Finches. rs. Ruffins, 562 S. Seventh. )2B URATE TYPING. Reasonable rates. lone 2-9437. ING ITEMS NOW IN-Nearly New othing Shop, 311 E. Huron. Ph. 0166. Open 12-5:30, Sat. 10-5. )8B R~TS- Nine hour service (by re- est), three day service (regular ser- 2e). Ace Laundry, 1116 S. Univer- _y ) 7B L STE...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

… 0 LY 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY UpacmenUse SLJ;ine Stopped 13 y.Illinois Hoover Scores Double Win; Dendrinos Takes Shot-Put 0. By GEORGE FLINT Don Canham's well-balanced Michigan track squad refused to listen to the sad stories about their chances to defeat Ohio State's Big Ten indoor champs, and tripped up the powerful Buck- eyes, 69-63, in a windblown dual meet yesterday afternoon at Fer- ry Field. The Wolverines put together six fir...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 4

…THE MiCHIGAN DAILY ALL OF THE name calling and reputation breaking'"that is going on in Congress, charges have been made that our national representatives are abusing their constitutional guarantee of immunity against legal attack for what they say on the floor of their respective houses. Some of the opponents to immunity have come out in favor of doing away with it altogether. As these critics see it, members of Congress are using their im- ...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

… - e TIE MICHIGAN DiAILY ABall Will Feature K Theme on Famous Buildings Fraternities Plan Construction of Booths Based onSphinx, Tower of Pisa, Castles Santa Travels To Kappa Sig Yuletide Party STAID SENIORS SNAP IT UP: Senior Ball To Feature Gradcuation Theme Santa Claus stalked, holly Exam nightmares will be re- placed by far away dreams at the annual IFC Ball, "A Dreamer's Holiday," to be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday at the...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

…'THEMICHIGANDAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN INTERNATIONALIST: m Yanne Tells Hectic History (Continued from Page 2) 4 acony suits of Palm BeaCH THE ONLY WOMEN'S SUITS OF PALM BEACH' First Love of Mothers cind Daughters - IT'S AGELESS! Clever Sacony lifts a suit right out of the ordinary with a new "notice-me" touch .. . .twin tiers for pocket flaps! You'll love it in the softer, smoother Palm Beach. . . wool-rayon cool as fresh air; cris...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SWIMMING TO SELLING: UpthegroveHandles Host of Activities The husky six-footer with the crew cut and letter sweater flash- ed his broad grin and inquired with a solicitous bellow how the ice cream, candy and coke were holding out. Out on the diamond, a Mich- -gan batter poled a long triple to Vhe tennis courts in center field .,nd the crowd rose cheering to watch the grey-uniformed play- ers come acros...…

May 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 148) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____________________________________________________ 1 EWERYONE INVITED: Revived Fraternity Week To Feature Panel 'Talks Four activity-packed days will mark the first post war revival of the all-campus. Fraternity Week next Tuesday through Friday. Sponsored by the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic As- sociation, Fraternity Week is pri- marily designed to further a bet- ter understanding of the problems and functi...…

June 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…EXTRA 1Mw ujrn 4at14 EXTRA Latest Deadline intthe State L. LX, No. 169 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1950 FOUR PAGES i tudents Help Fight Blaze: I II I I I pectators Help, * * * * *N 0 nder Firemen Thousands Crowd Scene of Fire, Scores of Students Volunteer Aid By LEON JAROFF (Daily Managing Editor) A huge crowd, estimated at 20,- 000, watched, helped, and hin- dered Ann Arbor firemen as they. fought yesterd...…

June 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…_. '- / TiIHE MIHii fixity, WEDNESDAY, .1 R1"rr r c I I I F "V r J " 1 N Q H U RAR Y. C H U M-Blacky attempts to dissuade. P L E A S A N T C R E D I T S-These Radcliffe College stu. Beauty, the alley cat, from leaving the tub at the shelter of the{ dents, learning to sail dinghies on (he Charles River, Boston, earn American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. N. Y.' credits applicable to their college gymnasium re...…

June 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

… ESWk ', JUNfE~ 7 195 THE-MICHIGAN DAILY' CrewHandles,, i .Iob' ASSOCIATED PRESS POCTURE NEWS *: * *: Maintenance, Construction Heating Plant Is Department Arm Tasks ranging all the way from replacing burnt out light bulbs to planning new construction are all included in a" day's work for the university's plant department. Charged with the general re- 4air, planning and maintenance of +,e University's properties, the -lant department is...…

June 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN' DAILY t NA )NESDAY, mmommmommommumm Hauven Blaze Shown in * * * Pictur yes HaenOnce Law Schtool, Library', Haven Hall's history shows th~e ancient yellow-brick~ building to have the usual long anid vaxied uses of most old university build- ings. First constructed in 1883 at the then tremendous cost of $1500, the Hall was irnmediately-occupied by the Law School. The Law School shared its use with the General Library, whi...…

July 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

… WOMEN IN UNIFORM See Page 2 Y Latest Deadline in the State Iaii4 a v0 o BRIGHT AND WARM ' VOL. LX, No. 8-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1950 FOUR PA GI's Retreat, Regroup for Defensive Actior -41 S * *. * * * * * * Freak Train Crash Kills 9 Injures 75 Coaches Derailed After Sideswipe MONICA, Ill.-(P)-Two high speed Santa Fe railway stream- liners, streaking eastward side by side, bumped midsections in a freak collisio...…

July 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY AY, JIDLY'l. - 0SOr THE MICHGAN DAIL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ..__ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _. FRIDAY. JULY '7. Th!U1 fi , Women THOMAS L. STOKES: "You Can See How North Korea Was Invaded" In Uniform, WITH THE PRESENT threatening turn Wof events in the news spotlight, MIs. Oveta Culp Hobby, the ex-WAC chief, pre- dicts that wqmen as well as men will be drafted for service. She is sure that...…

July 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

… a FRIDAY, TJLY-7, 1950. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Cardinals Score 10 in First Inning To Beat 1 teds, 13-1 MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS Phils Knock Giants, 9-6; Brooks Slug Braves, 8-3 IN ROUND-UP: No-hit, No-run Game Hurled By Murphy for Ed's Boys AMERICAN W Detroit 47 New York 45 Cleveland 44 Boston 41 - Washington 33 Chicago 32 Philadelphia 25 St. Louis 24 LEAGUE L Pct. 24 .662 29 .608 30 .595 33 .554 39 .458 42 .432 47 .347 47 .338...…

July 07, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…THEE M10116AS DXIL FRIDAY, YMT 7, 1950 TH1~ tIUCITIGAN )ATLY __________________________________________________________________ U ___________________________ I . ..sue,. . .. . .. ' ; -. i Museum To Feature Mammalia The University Museum will pre- sent a program, "Mammalian Sur- vival," from 7 to 9 p.m. today. The competition of mammals in nature will be illustrated by var- ious groups. The principal mam- malian food of the carnivorous m...…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

… AEC DECONTROL Bee Page 4 W- Tn Cl Latest Deadline in the State 4 6r 9 -'E S IK L Y' r yr ter,. v r SHOWRS LKEL rid'%v VOL. LXI, No, 11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1950 0 £& A9lt~ I 1I I I Daily Staff Poses With First Issue i UN Forces Prepare For' FinalDrive South Koreans Continue March TOKYO - (R) - Three South Korean Divisions advanced in North Korea today as the bulk of the United Nations forces massed below...…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…X. OAGN TWO. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, i #AGW TWO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 191 N yr "- <v;:?^;.:> '::', 45%' '<'$; ' . ?trs,;,"tnZ ' J' .+ "^s7. or ! ;dx3 At:%'?,t ;:: $r".^.>" ? .3i'r: :.°t.:. ts-x::>.:;., ;na.?h{.. svi""::,. ," ., ::,? . :a. w.a %r""?t".5:: {}rr.":::.f.:CT t":r :3;?$. r, . ,3 < .." r:>":::,:: .... ......... .,{a?^ "6::x : t:,:-? '_... "... .Y ".ry .;;- i.;;%rrr". ":: ..:"":;:?..+s:a: x:..,.::::.;..... r..,.....…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC-!. 'hils Again Ier in Clutch As Yankees Whin, 3-2 * * * N * * * 7 oleman Proves Punch 'orRampagingN.Y. Gridmen Favored Over Green Coleman's Single Wains Game; Ford Hurls Today * * 4 *YORK-(A)-The slug- Oero of this run-starved *a handsome, slender, cur- i4 boy with a fetching grin seaon's batting average of 37 . t Gerry Coleman, a defen- iwark at second base but r ounted a Yankee slugger de Joe DiMaggio, J...…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBR 91 ib _ _ .i AEC Decontrol A LOT OF DREAMS for the future of a free atomic age seem to have been shat- tered by a remark Atomic Energy Commis- sion chief Gordon Dean made while here for Atom Day. After his speech. of praise for the pri- vate initiative shown by the University's Phoenix Project in atomic research, Dean was asked by a reporter: "If the threat of war were to end, would AEC decontrol itself...…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 5

… 1 k; - .: NATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY. PA"E FIX PA~E FIVE Daily r' g lluo ' f: Jth -t yy ody * * * * * * * * 4"'y ^ _za, .A ', .- . (NE evening, 60 years ago this fall, the first copies of a new student newspaper, the U. of M. Daily, rolled off the decrepit flat bed press of the old Ann Arbor Ar- gus, down on Main Street. For the 19 young men who had edited the first edition on a kit- chen table and hawked ...…

October 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

…PAtGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURBDAY, OCTOBR isP 1 I i '' VOLUME . 4 9 44 4 ...,. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1890. NUMBER 1 Med School Applications Data Studied The Medical school is working with the psychology 'department on a study of. admission data ra- quired by the medical school. Wayne Whitaker, secretary of the school, told members of the Committee to End Discrimination earlier this week that the study was a periodic, gene...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

… 0 '50 NATIONAL ELECTION DAY PREDILECTIONS See Page 4 4fIt 4:D tI 0 Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LXI, 4No. 37 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1950 FAIR EIGHT PAGES Reds Ease Pressure on UN Forces Big Push Fails To Materialize SEOUL, Korea--()-Red troops in northwest Korea eased their pressure today and the U.S. First Corps reported limited withdraw- als by forces facing the American 24th Division. But there was no indic...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1950 -- Army Squeezes By Ohio State In Associated Press Grid Poll * * * * * * * * DROPPED ON THIS ONE ... The Buckeyes were not stopped "cold" like this often last Saturday when they beat Northwestern 32-0 to move up in the AP national grid rankings from fourth place to second. In the above picture, Ohio State's Walt Klevay is really "up in the air" as he is tackled by Jack Springer of Northwe...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

… TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE __ I SON THE SPOT By BILL CON NOLLY Daily Sports Editor T WAS MIGHTY EASY to sit in front of a warm fire late Saturday night, finish that second cup of coffee and then lean back to rehash the four-act tragedy that took place that afternoon on the field enclosed by the Michigan Stadium. But we can't help but feel, these two days later, that some of the criticism that grew out of that con...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEM3BER 7,,1950 U 1950 National Election Day Predilections SOME :'42,000,000 voters are expected to go to the polls today in a bi-election which has suddenly been shoved into the back- ground by the official entry of the Chinese Communists into the Korean War. And yet this critical situation may seriously affect the outcome of the election and alter the complexion of our government for the next two years....…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

… TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PARIS SETS PACE:- Multi-Hued, Vari-Priced Furs Featured on Fashion Parade Present Wyvern Honor Society Formerly Aided New Students Fabulous furs, colored furs, ex- pensive furs-furs are appearing everywhere on the fashion scene this season. From Paris, of course, come the most exotic creations. Pierre Bal- main has created a three-quarter black Alaska sealskin with a ep-) ping hemline and thre...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN ]DATLY I TUESDAY, NOVEMBER1, 1950 ,I SCHOOL KIDS' FRIEND: Baldwin Handles Tots, Traffic, Troubles Martin E. Baldwin is the only man in Ann Arbor who knows most of the names of the Angell school children. "I rarely slip up," Baldwin said, "except when the two sets of twins in the school come along. After a good many years on the job, I still can't tell them apart."..: * * *.. :. THE WHITE-HAIRED traffic = manager, sporting a ...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

… , 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Phoenix Group Will Confer Tomorrow A general organizational meet- ing for all student Phoenix Pro- ject workers will be he held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Rackham Lecture Hall. The hur long program will fea- ture tals by President Ruthven, who is honorary chairman of the national fund-raising campaign, and Prof. William Haber of the economics department, who is chairman of the faculty drive. LaVerne Schmitkons...…

November 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 37) • Page Image 8

…ft I. PAGE EIGHT THlE MTCITT(AN it'ATT.V TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1950 1iiR:l lf.ii V111 V2'ilt 111'91111 1 CRAZY POLITICS: Democrats Run Mental Patient for Public Office UPicneers in Tl BCOu'Teaching * * * * * * * s * * w * By CAL SAMRA Democratic voters in Marquette, Michigan just haven't been able to keep insanity out of politics. In the September primaries, Democratic workers were embar- rassed to learn they had nomi- nated a menta...…

December 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… CROSS CURRENTS See Page 4 Y G- 41t Lates~t De~adline in. the Stnp D3aitt t , / /' RAIN VOL. LXI, No. 62 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1950 SIX PAGES 'U' Discusses New President Campus Has Many Candidates; Issue Stirs Widespread Interest (EDITORS NOTE-This is the first of two interpretive articles dealing with possible successors to President Alexander G. Ruthven, who will retire at the end of the current year.) By JIM BRO...…

December 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 62) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1950'- ________________________________________ S S THRDY4EEME ,15 i Variety Show Will Audition faculty Acts. University faculty members will have their big chance at fame but not fortune this Saturday when tryduts for the all-campus variety show, Gulantics, begin. The annual review, sponsored by the League, the Union and the Men's Glee Club, is looking for professorial talent as well as stu- dent ...…

December 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

… TRUI DA, DEEMBER 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE AP Picks Wahl All-American M' Quintet Dropped * * * * By Rockets, 60-48 Three Other 'M' Gridders Rate Mention By BILL CONNOLLY Daily Sports Editor In recognizing officially the ar- rival of two-platoon football, the Associated Press named Michi- gan's football captain, Al Wahl, as one of 22 players selected for All-American honors for the 1930 season. For the first time since...…

December 07, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 62) • Page Image 4

…rTH~E MICHIGAN DAILY liv A Ay, i.E.BR7,1~ ,. ..... .,: ,.w.:. I Mao & The Kremlin. CROSS CURRENTS S WORLD WAR III becomes a real pos- sibility, feeble voices from all parts of the world begin to cry, "peace." The tragedy is that the little voices can do almost nothing to stop ever in- creasing militaristic action because "peace" has lost its meaning. We have very little experience on which to base the concept of peace. Certainly the last ...…

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