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February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

… LENGTHENING SHADOW See Page 4 l Ofrr Dtiit6F CLOUDY, COL AIR Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 86 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1949 r PRICE FIVE CENTS Russia Demands U.S. Atomic Bomb Count Staffer Makes Good DAILY SUCCESS STORY-Stan Swinton, '40, (left) former Daily City Editor checks assignments with Associated Press writers in Singapore where he is Associated Press chief for southeast Asia. Swinton is onl...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, *FERRUARY 9*, 19l49 JAZZ FANS GET TREAT: Sarah Vaughan To Star In Concert Here Friday DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN F Local jazz fans will have a chance to hear Sarah Vaughan, the "girl with the miracle voice," and Lester Young's five piece combination at 8:30 p.m. Friday in the Masonic Temple. Miss Vaughan started singing' professionally in 1943 after copping top honors in an amateur Student Group Will Present...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…I*q P" THE MIICHIGAN DAILY B ULLESSON by b. s. brown, sports editor HE RECENT ANNOUNCEMENT that Ivan Williamson will replace Harry Stuhldreher as head football coach at Wisconsin brings to mind that there are now four-five, if you put Whitman College out in Walla Walla, Wash., in the big time-formner Wolverine gridders piloting major collegiate football squads. Williamson, who is not new to the coaching game, Michigan's Bennie Oosterbaan, H...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Lengthetnitng Shadow N IS LECTURE Monday, Dr. David Bradley, author of the bestseller,- "No Place to Hide," continued his campaign to educate the nation to the terrible import- ance of the atomic bomb in another world war. And his cold facts concerning atom bomb damage grow more and more sig- nificant as the sovereignties of the world choose up sides for what looks like a show-down fight to the finish. The alternative he g...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 5

… JATY 9,M1949ICHGAI Valentine Theme To Be Featured) In 'Pay-Off Dance Decorations J' A Valentine, atmosphere will large red heart and red balloons greet dancers at the annual "Pay- Off" dance to be held from 9 p.m. will mark the Valentine season. to midnight Saturday in the An added attraction will be al League ballroom. single white balloon among the Ted Smith and his band, pop- red containing a cash prize for the ular musicians of this y...…

February 09, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…THE M;ITIGA'N DATILY WED It SDA.V. XPEDITION TO IRAN: 'U' Professor Unlocks Secrets of Ancient Inseriplion By PICK M tOY (Daily City Editor) Prof. George Cameron is. livinf proof that the old saying abou' professors leading a quiet life i little more than a myth. He is back in the quiet comfor' of a classroom teaching Nea Eastern culture now. But for the past five months he's been clam- boring about a wind-swept moun- tain in Iran hundreds...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…]DIMEj aDAILY EXTRA Latest Delivery in the State VOL. LVIII, No. 86 Monday, February 9, 1948 Price: One Dime or One Dollar ** * ** ** Picture Story on Pages 4-5 -Aerial Photo by Lmanian - --- Join the March of Dimes Help Ann Arbor Fight Polio …

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

… DIME ' 4~J-HOP DAILY ~ f 4 4 ~ ~ 4 RI4jEXTRA Latest Delivery in the State VOL. LVII I, No. 86 Monday, February 9, 1948 Price: One Dime or One Dollar Picture Story on Pag es 4-5 l r k -Aerial Photo by Lara Join the March. fDie Help Ann Arbor Fight Polio …

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY kA--A-., ^ If% AM Pge T-.. E ti, n 1 LOP r.' Iv MondovY February 9 ,148 I - Great -Hop Tradition Spans 76 Years x r w E Michigan's Big Formal Boasts Turbulent Past Dance Endangered By Class Warfare Last week-end's J-Hop added another thrilling chapter to the "country's greatest formal" whose turbulent history includes a near tragedy, brilliant successes and a double dance held in different cities. Beginning...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…PogeTwo THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mondv Fb,. 90 194I . c~iuv euruary 7 7t 6 Great J-Hop Tradition Spans 76 Years Michigan's Big Formal Boasts Turhulent Past Dance Endangered. By Class Warfare Last week-end's J-Hop added another thrilling chapter to the >' "country's greatest formal" whose turbulent history includes a near tragedy, brilliant successes and a double dance held in different cities. Beginning with the problem of which class was to ha...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…W-P Mndanv Februrv 9. 1948 TH E M IC H IG AN D AI1LY Page Three oV -, 0 1y IUQI y-:7JI!rNrDAILY PagevThree Tw Ge-erations See olorfu IJ-Hops Revelries, Reveries, Reveille Highlight ek End of Year' By H. C. L. JACKSON, JR. glee fading later into lazy silence THE weekend of the year-un- Second Spin forgettable in its music, mirth and Saturday saw a city of p.r merriment-melted into memories risers and slow starters but afte with yesterday...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…Monday, February 9, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three o Generations See Colorf -Hops Revelries, Reveries, eveille Highlight'Week-End of Year' By H. C. L. JACKSON, JR glee fading later into lazy silences. THE weekend of the year-un- Second Spin forgettable in its music, mirth and Saturday saw a city of p.m. merrment--melted into memories risers and slow starters but after- with yesterday's twilight leaving noon gatherings followed by more 6,0...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…Page Four T HE M IC H IG AN DA I LY MA ~iIA y - ,IvvnIuonday, rebrucry 9,948 k Y -4 ,+ PREPARE PROGRAMS-(above) Novel programs were prepared by a special group of the J-Hop Committee. From left to right, Nancy Culligan, Jo Kitchen, Joe Wimsatt, Barbara Jo Ream, Nancy Hess, Ann Gestie and Bruce Lockwood. MUT UAL ADMIRATION-(below) Joan Marousncdt, Ja;.ode Schaffer, Rosemary Conner, Laurette Taylor and June Collins, from left to right, adm...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…rage Fouir TH Ml- l-A D .AM nAI IYv jkA - .- e r.r rr ,nA IaVeI Iu TI- n, U r% 1N u h o L- T Inila o, reuruary y .I 5 PREPARE PROGRAMS-(above) Novel programs were prepared by a special group of the J-Hop Committee. From left to right, Nancy Culligan, Jo Kitchen, Joe Wimsatt, Barbara Jo Ream, Nancy Hess, Ann Gestie and Bruce Lockwood. MUTUAL ADMIRATION-(below) Joan Marquardt, Jamie Schaffer, Rosemary Conner, Laurette Taylor and June Collin...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 5

…1 Monday, February 9, 1948 THE MICHIGAN [DAILY Pane Five M,..d.... Ferur.9,198 HEMHIA.DALY.ae iv * ' NO LONGER IN TRAINING-With the football s ason over, Jim Brieske and Bob -Wiese can en- joy late hours with dates Barbara Piper and Efeen Scanlon. GOPS! CATCH THAT-Amazed anticipation and startled con- sternation follow the descent of that indespensa le strap. With strapless gowns predominanting on the dance Boor, similar mis. haps were fe...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 5

…Pnn e Five l Aden Fbhirv 9. 1948 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY on,.,. Ay-., e y 104R TI-IF ICRI,CAN DAILYrPrr .Fve NO LONGER IN TRAINING-With the football season over, Jim Brieske and Bob Wiese can en- joy late hours with dates Barbara Piper and Eileen Scanlon. OOPS! CATCH THAT-Amazed anticipation and startled con- sternation follow the descent of that indespensable strap. With strapless gowns predominanting on the dance floor, si ar mis. ha...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…Pogo Six T H E M IC H G A N A LY n leAn "_'_FIi________v_____1_L- TvMongay, February 9, 1948 t Dorsey Band NoStranger T -gpopers- Weekend Marked His Fourth Appearance The University's face has changed quite a bit in the past two years, but Tommy Dorsey and his band didn't have too much trouble finding their way around last weekend. The 1948 J-Hop marked their fourth appearance in Ann Arbor. Dorsey's first stand here was in .937 when he p...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

…Page Six T HE M IC H IGA N D AiILY Xunra, ahi n-. 0 1 AP PageS~xTHE MICHCA I D~lYtA,..A...,n,.~., .~. 0 0.f S DorseyBand No Stranger T®J-opp ers Weekend Marked His Fourth Appearance The University's face has changed quite a bit in the past two years, but Tommy Dorsey and his band didn't have too much trouble finding their way around last weekend. The 1948 J-Hop marked their fourth appearance in' Ann Arbor. Dorsey's first stand here was in...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…Monday, February 9, 1948 THE M I C H I G A N D A I LY BARRACKS TO BAND:Unique Style Dunham Discovers Vocalist Featured by As Army Singing Sensatio onnyDunm Pete Hanley, who scoreds n c theme song, which is a favorite of Dual Instrunentalist cess both J-Hop nights singing both msestro sod singer. D a ntu etls with Sonny Dunham's orchestra, Although other bands have been Plays First J-Hop owes his present career to the tempting the "GI singing s...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…Monday. February 9, 198 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Pone Severn i Iv GUI ,esr t 9 1941ITH4 Mi 7 I(ArDI LYVPrNeSven BARRACKS TO BAND: Dunham Discovers Vocalist. As Army 'Singing Sensation' Pete Hanley, who scored a suc- theme song, which is a favorite of cess both J-Hop nights singing both maestro and singer. with Snny Dunham's orchestra, Although other bands have been owes hia present career to the tempting the "GI singing sensa- Army. * * ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

…ruyw ~~~~~~ryriI H~~~~~I r I HI A f AIr- . . . -*---iAt Au tetuoy~,I ' 1 " l T... THE MICHIGAN--DAI.1_Y KArrA^%p n TCNAO 4 T II IOIrYII 1 1 S 1r I I I I Ir l l l l l 111 rri w . , BEDDED BOUNCER: Hospitalized Hop Official Reports Dance Disasters (EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Wooden- 9-F shoes is recuperating from his two- --or youse kids floatin' around night job as official J-Hop Trouble- on a cloud J-Hop probably was di- shooter for the Univer...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

…AA°..: .... C..L........... [1 TQSAO Paae. ight .THF4 MlrH(1 r/2AN tr)Ai 1 V Pn F h TIIF KAr-In AKn flAInVLiMonday, trerruary 9, 148 BEDDED BOUNCER: Hospitalized Hop Official Reports Dance Disasters i i (EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Wooden- shoes is recuperating from his two- night job as official J-Hop Trouble- shooter for the Universitv. Iis copy- writed report appears below.) By WILLIS WOODENSHOES BED 4, University Hospital, Feb. Tux,. Taxicab...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 9

… t a w+ " .na s wrana Monday, February 9, 1948 H E M I C H I G A N DAILY Page Nine _49_ JHop Lin ups tart Here ti 6 00 Aland Sherman Poteet, St. Louis. Poland, Ohio, and John Bahyah, Brewster, Columbus, Ohio, and Ann Arbor; Mary Jeanne Burton, Mo.; Pat Aten, Jackson, Mich., Campbell~ Ohio. W. E. Donaldson, Jr., Pittsburgh, Lakewood, Ohio, and James H. and Gordon H. Hardie. Ann A- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bidwell, Big Pa.; Jeanne Bright, Mason, and...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 9

…Monday, February 9, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PaGe Nine '49 J-Hop Lineups Start Here and Sherman Poteet, St. Louis, Poland, Ohio, and John Bahyah, Brewster, Columbus, Ohio, and 6ji Mo.; Pat Aten, Jackson, Mich., Campbell, Ohio. W. E. Donaldson. Jr., Pittsburgh, and Gordon H. Hardie, Ann Ar- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bidwell, Big Pa.; Jeanne Bright, Mason, and 1 1 bor; Mary Jane Anderson, Don- Rapids, Michigan; Ruth Bielman, Edward K. Dunk, Mason; ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 10

…Pagce Ten T E M C lA i lV-....~,. -. . voaurcroyV THE MICHIGAN DAILY 14A rar4ra} .n . .....r n, 1 {" AOI. Nam es . .. (Continued from Page 9) ger, Elmhurst, Ill., and Tom Walsh, Detroit. Mary Ann Cabral, Birming- ham, and Bill McGovern, Sault Ste. Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cahow Dearborn; Ginney Campau, Detroit, and, Chuck Murray, Detroit; Betty Jo Camp- bell, Flint, and Robert M. Weber, Flint; Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Campbell, Jackson. ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 10

…Doge Ten T HE M IC H IG AN D A IL Y 1Monday. Februorv 9 1948 T -H M C I N DL-ri , yauhrI , 111 F - 4 k L k r M Nmes... (Continued from Page 9) ger, Elmhurst, Ill., and Tom w Walsh, Detroit. Mary Ann Cabral, Birming- ham, and Bill McGovern, Sault g Ste. Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cahow Dearborn; Ginney Campau, Detroit, and, Chuck Murray, Detroit; Betty Jo Camp- bell, Flint, and Robert M. Weber,. Flint; Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Campbell, ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 11

…Mondlov.Feruorv 9. 01 948 H1CAM nA11 v TH F M AAIC ~iiiv -kuuJi s, F4 u-n y 0 1 ,- C3I n C KIV% i 1 A IV r' t LV m~e~~.e, ~'.. esLi age uev ni s (Continued from Page 10) James D. Hodge, Monroe; Bar- bara E. Elliott, Royal Oak, and Richard W. Wixon, Jackson; Dorothy V. Ellis, Ann Arbor, and Robert Dilts, Ames, Iowa; Betty Estes, Webster Grove, Mo., and Mitchael C. Gnaegy, Webster Grove, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ecbank, Nashville, Tenn. Jun...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 11

…_Monday, February 9, 1948, T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Pnne EIevent MnaFray914 TE M HG N DI I Names..,. (Continued from Page 10) James D. Hodge, Monroe; Bar- bara E. Elliott, Royal Oak, and Richard W. Wixon, Jackson; Dorothy V. Ellis, Ann Arbor, and $ Robert Dilts, Ames, Iowa; Betty Estes, Webster Grove, Mo., and ' 4 Mitchael C. Gnaegy, Webster Grove, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ecbank, Nashville, Tenn. June Evans, Amityville, N.Y., and Gerard...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

…Paae Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mondav. February 9. 1948 -' . . +. ,.. w w . . . a v . . s r .av ... .. e...ww.:wvn. r rw ice B. Allen, Jr., Lansing; Sue Mr.land Mrs. Jean Kaurpp, Ann N anes Hughes, Grosse Pointe, and Day. Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. P. Hammond, Lake Bluff, Ill.; Kasmer, Flint; Helyn Phyliss Shirley Humrich, Detroit, and Katz, Detroit and Robert Jay (Continued fram Pass Ii) Ferdinand W. Gennrich, Alpena; Greene, Detroit; ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Mondovy February9, 198 Pane Twelve THE MICviGAN DAILY Mnndn ,f h ir 9 1 9, , ice B. Allen, Jr., Lansing; Sue a nes Hughes, Grosse Pointe, and Day.. P. Hammond, Lake Bluff, Ill.; g Shirley Humrich, Detroit, and (Continued from Page 5) Ferdinand W. Gennrich, Alpena; Eleanor M. Hunn, Batavia, N.Y. and Lee Edwards, Seattle, Wash.; Nancy Helmick, Park Ridge, Ill., Mr and Mrs. Lewis Butchings, and Dan Paul,...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 13

… Monday, February 9, 1948 THE -MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteerl M.rd"" Fe-7y9.14 H MCIA DIYPxe hrer (Continued from Page 12) Shirley Logan, Detroit, andc Thomas . FMooney, Jr., Detroit; Geraldine London, Gar , Indiana,F and Stanford L. Weiss, Kingston,r Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Long, Newberry, S. C.; Jo Look, Detroit,' and Charles West, Detroit; Pat Loring, Highland Park, and Dolig Lent, Detroit; Barbara Long, Ro- chester, N.Y. and Frank Fr...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 13

…AA.,.f A^,.. Gakri onr,,r 0 104A THE MIC Hlr-.AN r)AliY Pnnp Thirtppn mvinuuy, reuaruuiy , 1" nI% N vniI uc,~ qa I Names... (Continued from Page 12) Shirley Logan, Detroit, and Thomas F. Mooney, Jr., Detroit; Geraldine London, Gary, Indiana, and Stanford L. Weiss, Kingston, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Long, Newberry, S. C.; Jo Look, Detroit, and Charles West, Detroit; Pat Loring, Highland Park, and Dolig Lent, Detroit; Barbara Long, Ro- c...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

…Paqe Fourteen .THE MiC-HI.GArv.N DAILY Monday, February 9, 1949 :.a nT E MI~ G N D IY ody erur .14 Charles Stinson, Detroit; Ann am es Rhodes, Flint, and William D. Betts, Flint; Annabel Richards, Detroit, and Kenneth Jensen, De- (Continued from Page 13) troit; Jean Richards, Pleasant Ridge, and William W. Oren, Burbott, Winnetka, Ill.; Mr. and Evart. Mrs. William P. Pielou, Ann Ar - Silvia Richmond, Evansville, bor; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

…Rose Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday. February 9, 1948 Posse Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 9. 1943 N l Charles Stinson, Detroit; Ann am es Rhodes, Flint, and William D. Betts, Flint; Annabel Richards, Detroit, and Kenneth Jensen, De- (Continued from Page 13) troit; Jean Richards, Pleasant ------------ - -- Ridge, and William W. Oren, Burbott, Winnetka, Ill; Mr. and Evart. Mrs. William P. Pielou, Ann Ar- Silvia Richmond, E...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 15

…T E' MICHIGAN DAILY PbaeFifteen Mondav Fpbrunrv 9. 1949 AAuluuy, y ,,r 7,0174f# T .-IF K~ II- . 1I 7 r)n r ..V IuirFIc Gloria Ann Stephenson, Summit, Sally Sweeney, Toledo, and Arthur wood, Ohio, and Donald L. Bar- and Richard Bodycombe, Grosse T am es N. J., and Glen C. Neff, Elkhart, C. Markendorf, Grand Rapids; nett, Alton, Ill; Florence Schay- Pointe; Marilyn E. Shube, Yonk- Ind.; Harriet Stain, New York Rose Anne Swenger, Detroit, and o...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 15

…Monnda Februnrv 9_ 1 948 SH E~r~~ M CH GAN DA iYi D.,.,.. C : Lx.....,. ________________- rge Fifteen Gloria Ann Stephenson, Summit, Sally Sweeney, Toledo, and Arthur wood, Ohio, and Donald L. Bar- and Richard Bodycombe, Grosse N. J., and Glen C. Neff, Elkhart, C. Markendorf, Grand Rapids; nett, Alton, Ill; Florence Schay- Pointe; Marilyn E. Shube, Yonk- Ind.; Harriet Stain, New York Rose Anne Swenger, Detroit4 and owitz, Detroit, and Warre...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 16

…f Page Sixteen T HE M IC H IG AN D AIEL Y Mondvy February9. 198 PageeSixtee THE MI19IAvr DAILYt9.1-ler., Fe9r,,rJs,, F 1 N and John E. Rodger, Detroit; Hal-' crICeS sojIs Thompson, Detroit, and Euthy- ; mius S. Cocoves, Detroit; Peggy JeanThompson, and P. Fred Les- ley, Jr., Detroit. (Continued Cram Page 15) Mr. and Mrs. John Thurlow, De-k Huntington Wood, Mich.; Doris troit; Beverly Telford, Flint, and Sternberg, Oxford, Mich., and Stan...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 16

…Pno Siyfton- THKE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Monday, February 9, '1948 Tage HAnxueea 9 N and John E. Rodger, Detroit; Hal- . Dearborn; Mr. and Mrs. Gwilym ha S " Ilis Thompson, Detroit, and Euthy- M. Williams, Detroit; Evelyn Wil- e l[v7mius S. Cocoves, Detroit; Peggy , son, Niagara Falls, N. Y. and Rob- Jean Thompson, and P. Fred Les- - ert E. Rugar, Painville, O. ley. Jr., Detroit. Pat Wheeler, East Lansing, and (Continued from Page 15) Mr. and...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 17

…Monday, FebruaKy 9U 1948 EPC IEGN DAIB JES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP KS SUPPLIES BOOKS. SUPPLIE LIES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOK BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP AT'S 336 STATE STREET PHONE 2-0814 BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP LIES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP OKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPPLI SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPPLIES B OOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPP …

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 17

…Sonday, February 9, 1948 Ii.~ rr rrr r ~rr T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Rage Seventeen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poae Seventeen ~*1 11 IES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP KS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPPLIE LIES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOK BOOKS SUPPLIE S BOOKS SUP "'8 336 STATE STREET PHONE 2-0814 BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP LIES BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS BOOKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUP OKS SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPPLI SUPPLIES BOOKS SUPPLIES B OOKS SUPPLIES B...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 18

…MICHIGAN GAILY Mondav. Februarv 9. 94 .. ,, .LY,_. . .. ew, n... lns y,, Fsal'sr, r , 13 194 POLIO VICTIMS GET LIFT: County Dimes Donations Top $12,000 By CRAIG WILSON mittee have not yet been added in. tional Foundation for Infantile With more than $12,000,collect- "With all the money turned in, Paralysis and the remainder stay- ed to date in the Washtenaw we hope to exceed last year's County March of Dimes Drive, mark of $12,563 for the ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 18

…Page Egh teen T HE M IC H IG AN D AI1LY M~rndar Fbkr inx 9 194A Pae .,e....n THFMIzHIrAND lruary7 , Oa POLIO VICTIMS GET LIFT: County Dimes Donations Top $12,000 By CRAIG WILSON mittee have not yet been added in. tional Foundation for Infantile With more than $12,000 collect- "With all the money turned in, Paralysis and the remainder stay- ed to date in the Washtenaw we hope to exceed last year'si County March of Dimes Drive, mark of $12,56...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 19

…M~onday, 'February.9, 1948 T HE MIC I A A L Plan lectons fr SJ i,- itp CommitteeF Rabbit Syste Will BeJsed For Balloting 20,500 Signatures Required on Petitions Elections for the 1949 J-Hop committee will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. some day next year, Jim Farley, chairman of the "tudent Legislature elections com- mittee announced yesterday. C. The date was set far enough in advance to facilitate planning and to avoid fraudulent practice...…

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…Monday, February 9, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page m te PlanEetos o o ComG tte Rabbit Systemj Will Be Used For allotin 20,500 Signatures Required on Petitions Elections for the 1949 J-Hop. Committee will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. some day next year, Jim Farley, chairman of the Student Legislature elections com- mittee announced yesterday. The date was set far enough in advance to facilitate planning and to avoid fraudulent practices, ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 20

… Tt-F kAIr""utIT aKt MA 11 W L A IlVn MI (_ l U PN U A I L YMonday, February 9, 1948 Immodest Proposal I tettem SINCE 18-, Michigan students had o sfferthrugh tion to non-wrren alone. This A I "'have had to suffer through would allow only men and vet-T H E IO crowded classes and live in crowd- erans to remain at this insti- TO THE E DI TOR ed dormitories. They have had to tution. take their choice between eating By this one move, the Admin- ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 20

…Monday, February 7, 1948 Poge Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY_ Page Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 9, 1948 Immodest Proposal SINCE 18-, Michigan students tion to non-women alone. This have had to suffer through would allow only men and vet- TO THI crowded classes and live in crowd- erans to remain at this insti- ed dormitories. They have had to tution. take their choice between eating By this one move, the Admin- mrons N inferior foo...…

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… Monday, February 9, 1948 T HE M' C HTIGA N DA ILY Page Twenty-One M.. dayfFebruary9,"1948.THE MICHGAN "D iLY Pca4etw7Rn4t17 Vn A Foresters Will Work Hard SWithLostovski, WAA Headi Hamlina Lostovski, newly elect- Mi's cstovski, who comes from ed president of the Women's Arth- Iron Valley, Ohio, is a sophomore itic Association, is one of the most interesting personalities on in the forestry school. "I am a campus, it was announced yester- ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 21

…Monday February 9, 1948 T HE M IC HI1G AN D AI1LY Pae Twentv-One Foresters Will Work Hard With Lostovski, WAA Head Hamina Lostovski, newly elect- Miss Lostovski, who comes from ed president of the Women's Arth- ritic Association, is one of the Iron Valley Ohio is a sophomore most interesting personalities on in the forestry school. I am a campus, it was announced yester- sophomore in the forestry school," day she told The Daily. "I come fro...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 22

…Page Twenty-Two T' H A E M HI AN DWAIYN i1----I___ I- t n 4n A- PIVI Twennt1-TIN L I L Y Monday, Februa 9 1948 C R 10lates Statements The following are campaign statements of candidates for the 1949 J-Hop. Further statements will appear in a subsequent edition" of The Daily. The statements are printed at the requests of the Student Legislature, the Interfra- ternity Council, the Union, the r4 Asociation of Independent Men, YPCM, AVC, the ...…

February 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 86) • Page Image 22

…Pcge Twenty-TWo THE. MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 9, 1948 Twnt-ToTH.MC IG N ALYM _da F.rur.9.14 andidates' Statements The following are campaign statements of candidates for the l94 J-Hop. Further statements ill appear in a subsequent edition of T'e Daily. The statements are' Print at the requests of the Student Legislature, the Interfra- serni-y Council, the Union, the Assocaion of Independent Men, YPCM. AVC, the Michigan Gar- and th...…

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