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October 28, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 33) • Page Image 2

…THE RICH MAN DATIN "" T TT-TE MWT~1 , iTviAN TbATTV Th URSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1948 rID Y7TOU 'C rr"Ti AV. I SIl.r VU AU wtI.JII. Student Actors To Arise Against 'U' Liquor Ban Beer, wine and whiskey will be flowing on campus come Decem- ber, and neither city ordinance nor University liquor ban will prevent it. That's when the new University of Michigan Student Players plan to produce their first play, William Saroyan's Pulitzer Prize winnin...…

October 29, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, v948 .._.___.___, __ __....__.._._..e_._. ____ FRIDAY~ OUTOBER 29. 194k SOCIALIZED MEDICINE: DelayAccompaniesBest Medical Care LONDON-(P)-A drab little 11,000 patients at a time, but has a man in mismatched coat and grousers fumbledhis shabby hat nervously and told the hospital superintendent: "My wife is bleeding. It's bad." The superintendent went through a card file of 600 patients awa...…

October 30, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIrAN DAILY , .. THE IV XAMCTA %t l l%A f3rT1O11huV7 N A d IUWU'C' - - - - - - - - - _______________________________ xrra aravusZ i~'l~r V1r :.R~aU 4a i ''; Raymond Gram Swing To Speak Here Monday DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I i The national vice-president of the United World Federalists is the featured speaker Monday in the Oratorical Lecture Series. RAYMOND GRAM Swing, bet- ter known to Americans as report- er and radi...…

October 31, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

… ) _....., :. .,... f..-.... -: ; t - .::: .y am .-. . ^. «.. . . _ .... .. .... .ems.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY - ,~ IT'S A LONG, LONG TRAIL: Polish Veteran Sweats Out ScholarshipClan Here Somewhere in England, a Polish war vet is sweating out his first semester at the University. That is, this would be his first semester here-but Edward Bary- eki, 25, is stranded overseas. University officials haven't heard from him since Sept. 23, the day aft...…

October 01, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…ruIDY~ OTOBEt~ ~ 198 PA~E-TI-- FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 1,, 1948+ 'TIE ,IICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRE . THE 'LIT' BABY: Humanities Course Enters Second Year V AUGHAN BIG PARTY: 'Vickie' Vaughan Coeds Plan Fete for Dispossessed Males 4.9 The much-discussed "baby" of the Literary College curriculum celebrates its first birthday this fall. Humanities 1 and 2, or the "Great Books Course," is now en- tering the second year of a planned two-year trial p...…

October 02, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

… SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TATIRMP. Michigan Grid ers o Face regonin Home Opener 4' AN; Jrom 1/te G RANT STAND By MURRAY GRANT ... Daily Sports Editor 1T'S TIME TO go out on that shaky limb of ours again and see if we can do a little selecting of our own. Last week we missed our upset of the day when the California Bears ruined our hopes and trounced Navy, 21-7. The other pick we missed was the Wisconsin-Indian...…

October 03, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

… Y, OCTOBER 3, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P.A'$? E rTLF + DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN. + Publication in The Daily Official Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Notices for the Bulletin should be sent in typewritten form to the office of the Assistant to the President, Room 1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Saturdays). SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1948 VOL. LIX, No. 12 Notices Applic...…

October 05, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…TUFSDAYA OCTOBER 5; 1948 T 1tT 6 iCs- T d 1 u v 6"i A tdT tiA T r . . '1'tlh lVt.iCH14-:A.N DAILY PA R !l;tTIU'f Bearden Surprised-Andllappyln Cruciai l Victory TALKING SHOP with Bud Weidenthal Associate Sports Editor When yours truly kissed five hard-earned greenbacks good-bye this afternoon following Gene Bearden's magnificent five hitter over the Red Stockings of Beantown we happily sat back and admitted that for once we had been wron...…

October 06, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…TTJKSDAY, OCTOBER 51 1948 - THE MTCT9TTAAN DALMY P mTWW1iR.F . uns,Braves StlkSeriesWampum Weatherman Foresees Cool Series Opener BOSTON-(IP)-Rainy, windy and cool weather for today's first game of the World Series was forecast last night by the Weath- er Bureau. A special Series bulletin on weather prospects, said: Temperatures throughout Wednesday will remain in the lower or middle 50's and winds will be fresh to strong north- easterly ...…

October 07, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

… TUUHM D A.1y,6CTO.7IRU 7,11948 TITHE MICHIGAN DAILY rirr TTTnr.R Sain's Four-Hitter Stops Indians In Series Opener Purdue's Just One Third Of 'M' Football-Trouble Holmes Singles in Masi As Braves Triumph, 1-0 Bob Feller's Two-Hit Job Goes to Waste As Teamminates Fail To Deliver in te //\ [ j The next three weeks are slated to tell the story of whether Michi- gan will be the first team to suc- cessfully repeat as Western Con- f:...…

October 08, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 16) • Page Image 3

…OCTOBER 8, 1948 TilE MICHIGAN DAILY Speaker Denies Union Plans For Economy The UAW-CIO has no economic program. This was the point stressed by Ralph Showalter of the UAW-CIO Research Dept. when he spoke at an open meeting of Delta Sigma Pi, professional business frater- nity. Many economists have classi- fied strikes, especially the sit- down strikes, as being a definite manner of showing the economic theories of union leaders. Sho- walter...…

October 09, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DIY7 PACs TTmiF1 i Maize andBlue Seeks I 7thGonsecutive Triu'mph r '; Indians Scalp Braves, 2-0; Take Series Lead _ DeMoss, Szulborski Ready To SparkBoilermaker Wm Purdue Stars May Have To Upset Favored Wolverines Without Halfback Norb Adams i Bearden Holds Boston to Five Safeties for Second Tribe Win Gene Bearden pitched a five-hit shutout against the Braves to give Cleveland a 2-1 ...…

October 10, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 40 VOICES RAISED: 'Dear Martha' . De_ tar!hl .. . cMichigan Singers' To Begin To Be Aired In. Operations as New Choir Over WHRV A new concert choir numbering approximately forty voices has Aside from the fact that it of- weird but well-timed style. They The Radio Workshop Drama fers something a little different in really ran wild on their version been organized on the Michigan campus. will prese...…

October 11, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

… , '$ lotrP, 12, 1948 TVHEI~ McWI 4N r I- Lemon Gains Secoi Sries I ictoryas Trl Wirs PEN Class Gordon's Homer Gives \%- ' A ttendance Champs Winning Margin i i A tNew Hioh Three D As Lemoi A record number of 1,374 stu- dents are participating in this That, as it turn year's PEM program, the most last the Indians extensive physical educational He struck out He plan ever undertaken at the Uni- inning, and in t versity. out Bearden, ...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

… TH E MICHIGAN DAIY PAGE~ TU~ 0 orth Carolina Ousts ND SAs Leading Grid Team Michigan Advances to Fourth in As Penn,_Mississippi Move Up to AP Poll Top Ten NEW YORK - (.LP) - Cha (Casey) Stengel was named m ager of the New York Yankees 1949 and 1950 yesterday. Tie ceeds Stanley (Bucky) Ha:. who withdrew from the job week. Stengel, who managed 'lub the National League for i years, has been boss of the C land Oaks of the Pacific C League...…

October 14, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

… ~fSDAY, OMTBtR 14, 1949. TITE 1M ICH IGAN DAILY PAGE. flRXFE lunior Varsity Gridders Face Wildcat's 'B' Squad Saturday 4 d} Michigan's junior varsity willI tage its opening game of the sea- on at 10 a.m. this Saturday on the ridiron at Ferry Field against orthwestern's "B" squad. Michigan's gridders will be Sandicapped offensively, as they ave had little time to practice nd perfect their plays. Although bhe team has been out for prac...…

October 15, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1948 MT C YT T ['Y A N Tl A T T V IP a r r rrTMrr.. .T IP MTCTTa Ura rA T 'LATT 1I LN Y.V'~£ 1.ESJ D,~E It -- ' 1'Atai '11.'kLti.r:r; ___ What's Up in the Dorms j _I1 (Editor's note: All University-ap- proved houses desiring information or wishing to contribute to What's Up in the Dorms should contact Dolores Palanker at The Daily or 185 Betsy Barbour.) Fletcher Hall held its elections last night and announce the f...…

October 16, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

… SATURDAY, OCTOB 16, 1949 TIR 4CH -GAN DAILY rAGE TIMEE -AULDY OCOE 16r9f I~ TTJA AL AETr~! Michigan Faces ildeats In KeyConference Game Jayvees Seek Revenge In Wildcat Feud Today op Two Teams Clash In Crucial Big Nine Tilt 'M' Sopl Duo Ortmann, Koceski Meet Vet Backs Aschenbirenner, Murakowski, Burson THE BEST LAID PLANS: Sickels May Spring 'Cat's Mousetrap Michigan's jayvee gridders open their 1948 football campaign at 10 o'clock...…

October 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

… SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1948 TITP MTCT°'A~T flATTV. ,:A it r4 IVA 1L 1111irMJN X-P M11J 1 ",. What's Up in the Dorms (EDITOR'S NOTE: All University- approved residence halls wishing to contribute to What's Up in the Dorms should contact Dolores Palank- er at The Daily or 105 Betsy Barbour.) Rumor has it that men of Ad- ams House, West Quad, have abandoned the fair, fickle sex for their fairer, less fickle television set acquired last week. T...…

October 19, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1945 . 1UTrT-lTrAlT "ATT*V ILII Hlir IiuJnII IN/i 1 TAGI~ K *! rcE.P A , O O T O B E R ' , 1 4 I r ~T r A ' .T r a ... . . 7 irom 14e GRANTSTAND By MURRAY GRANT... Daily Sports Editor MICHIGAN'S GRIDIRON wonder has two conference games under its belt, and a quick look at the statistics shows that the Wel- verines' opponents in these contests have gainted the grand total of 83-net yards rushing. It doesn't take an ad...…

October 20, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 194g THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE ___________ -_'!H1' K_2__-' I!E. . . Gophers Seek Recovery Of 'ithe little Brown Jug' ' f1If l li 11 TALKING SHOP with Bud Weidenthal Associate Sporis Editor Fonville ToUndergo Operation Traditional Football Rivalry Dates To Tie with Yost's Point-A-Minute Back Stars I njury To Back Will Sideline MightyShot-Putter for Year By B. S. BROWN The Golden Gophers from up north are ...…

October 21, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1948 STUMPING STOCKWIELL: Student Mary Hook Boosts Father in Campaign Bid By JIM BROWN "How does it feel to be a candidate's daughter?" For Mary Louise Hook, '51Ph.Ed., this has become on old question, since her father, Frank Hook, has been a member of Congress since the time she was four. During that time she has spent her winters going to school in Washington, D.C. and the summers at her home in Ironwood, Mich- Igan. Na...…

October 22, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

… FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE TM=E lichigan HE'S NOT DENYING: Gridders Headed for Goph.-erland, -ty Paul Brown Seen Deserting Pro Football for College Job CLEVELAND -- ( ) - Paul E. 3rown, coach and general man- ager of the Cleveland Browns, will resign as chief of the All-America Football Conference champs and return to the intercollegiate field in 1949. That's a flat statement, and probably "Precision Paul" w...…

October 23, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER' 23, 1948- TH E MICHIGAN DAILY Big lW T i 3-V's Tangle With Spartan Squad Today 'M' Takes Return Trip To Lansing For the second time this year, Macklin Field will be over run with maize and blue jerseys. This time it will be the Michi- gan jayvee team that will at- tempt to crack the MSC chalk lines as they tangle with the Spar- tans at 2 p.m. today in the first half of their home and home se- ries. George Johnson, fresh...…

October 24, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

… AUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1948 1'E MIIANDAILY PAGE TR EE ,. What's Up in the Dorms (Editor's note: Contributors to What's Up in the Dorms should contact Do- lores Palanker at The Daily or 105 Betsy Barbour.) Adams House's television set has been far better received than even one of its prime advocators had hoped. Mr. Bergeron, resident adviser, however, has seen fit to restrict Conant Urges U.S. To Learn Of Communism (Continued from Page 1) m...…

October 26, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

… OCTOBER 26, 1948 THlE M ICH IGAN DAILY FAGS TH R FROM THE GRANTSTAND I 1*, Brilliant 'I Defense Stops Gophers By MURRAY GRANT (Daily Sports Editor) Minnesota was great, but Mich- igan was greater. That is the story of Saturday's battle for the Little Brown Jug. The Gophers played the best ball game of their careers, but they were not equal to the performance put forth by the Maize and Blue warriors. THE WOLVERINES excelled in everyt...…

October 27, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…WENEDA . GPEI"7.198 TTT W A V . A £ A rM .THE 1ICIIItAN.-DAII.Y r . . . . .. .. . . ... _. .. . a-a . ~ l . L A R . A _ ._. LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Stellar Defensive Work Earns McNeill Award Wolverines Again L ee c in A P Pol n. By BOB VOKAC Ed "Scotty" McNeil, nemesis of Gopher punters, proved his claim to fame as "Lineman of the Week" as he turned in a stellar perform- ance in last week's tilt with Min- nesota. McNeill, though, ...…

October 28, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

… TV TUSDA'V, OCTOBER 118, 1949 TII V ICHI AID DAILY PAGE Tun r. THURSDAY, OCT&BER 28, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TALKING SHOP: National Sports Scribes Rate Wolverines as Tops By BUD WIEDENTHAL (Daily Associate Sports Editor) According to many of our breth- ren sports scribes throughout this wide nation there'srno doubt about our Wolverines. They're the tops. Gene Kessler, who is one of Chicago's best, says of the Maize and Blue ...…

October 29, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

… FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 PAGE THREE TH E MICHIGAN DAILY CHEST GIVES SUPPORT: Nursery School Helps Working Mothers By RAY COURAGE Six days a week at 6:45 a.m. the Perry Nursery School opens its doors to 45 small children, rang- ing in age from two and a half to four and a half years, whose work- ing mothers are unable to care for them during the day. Thus begins the day for these little tots, a day filled with ac- tivities and rest perio...…

October 30, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

… SATURDAY, OCTOBER 34, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SATUIWAY, OCTOBER 30, 194S PAGK CUSTOM-MADE FAGS: Students Rolling Their Own To Combat Cost of Smoking Michigan students have taken up rolling their own cigarettes, an old idea which is a boon to con- sistent- cigarette smokers what with the cost of living sky-high. Many students find that, with the help of a small metal gadget made especially for that purpose, they can produce a ...…

October 31, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

… . 194, IlE MICHI IGAN DAIL PAGE!E Student Socialists Club Holds First Organizational Meeting DUTIES TIRING: County Chairmen Welcome Election A new campus political group has joined the ranks-the Student Socialists Club. Formed to bring together mem- bers and student interested in the national Socialist Party, the group plans to draw up a consti- tution in the near future and ap- ply for recognition by the Student Affairs Committee. At t...…

October 01, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…PAGV, FOTU THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 r ,,.m _. _ _, _ , , Lax Legi PLENTY OF PEOPLE are frightened these ; days, scared of their own- shadows. The Student Legislature Wednesday night was so scared it almost wrote its own suicide note. And it looks from here as though most of the members are afraid of the wrong things. Or just plainly too ignorant to do other than vote against "that bunch of radicals." It. seems pretty o...…

October 02, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…PE0E FOU1M THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, r r The City Editor's SCRATCH PAD (EDITOR'S NOTE: This column is written by Daily city editor Dick Maloy.) OUR UNIVERSITY'S President, Alexander G. Ruthven, is to be heartily congrat- ulated for his fighting speech delivered this week. It takes a lot of courage to buck present trends which too easily label a man "rad- ical" if he has the temerity to question them. President Ruthven ably d...…

October 03, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY Su"AX, OCTOR ', 3 1948 I I _. . _ND .. .AY.. 4)C..a ,.. .194 w Campus Politics By LYMAN H. LEGTERS (Daly Columnist) a THE CASUAL observer, the campus po- litical scene must appear dreadfully be- wildering. Only the seasoned participant, however, can appreciate how closely this ap- pearance resembles realit; for he is all too often bewildered himself. At times the com- plex pictures defies understanding as wel...…

October 05, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…Lost Truth 7H E STATEMENT, "The world's fate de- pends on the world's children," has be- come a truism, but unfortunately one which is being ignored by a large segment of the American people. The aforementioned statement received much publicity and fanfare last April when 15,000, children paraded through Times Square in New York in honor of the opening of the American Overseas Aid- UN Appeal for Children. The drive, which was to coordinate the...…

October 06, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

… PAGE FOU THE 1WTCHW[~AN 1DAMN W +'T1F 1F. ', IAV rlrmnuUn L' Ingo .t 11.1 .L~lu l (7-fl l l- IL v .Ai", I Y t1U3E ,14 3 Qitorndte Planned Homes (Editor's Note is written by Harriett Friedman. Managing Editor won't be neces- I HOPE AN AVC obituary sary by next week. Certainly one side or Athe other will lose out in the current fracas with the kind of agenda that is set up for tomorrow's meet- ing. But if the losing side withdraws, ...…

October 07, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUS THE MICHIGAN DAILY rTHURSDAY, OCTOUER '7. 1949 I +j...VVd.VilLiv i, XUxO 7 Franco Flip-Flop T LOOKS as if America's foreign policy makers have flipped the coin again, to decide which of the various and sundry world dictators we want as bedfellows. Evi- dently, from reports from Paris, it has come up tails, and we are going to take in Gener- alissimo Francisco Franco. This would seem a direct contradiction to the State Departm...…

October 08, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MTCHTGAN DATIY FRIAY. OCTOB~VER 8, 1949 U . vaa.r arr. ... vva. v!ava' adv 1v.2V 7 "1 Opportunity IT LOOKS LIKE ten years of discussion, planning and research have really taken faculty evaluation at the University of Michigan out of the dream world. Apparently glued to its place on the proverbial shelf, the program was almost forgotten until 1946, when the newly formed Student Legislature decided to see what they could do. ...…

October 09, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 17) • Page Image 4

…'.AGE FOU9 THE MICHiGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 194R I I a v w ++..ak.... v v a v.is/,.aai5 V .i V 3V I FI The City Editor's - - SCRATCH PAD IN LESS THAN a month the citizens of this country will cast ballots to name the next president of the United States. Mighty blasts of political oratory are being directed at these voters in every part of the nation. The candidates are engaged in a no-holds-barred verbal tussle wherever they can g...…

October 10, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1948 -I I KNOW THE REASON WHY: Splinters and Schism By LYMAN H. LEGTERS (Dally Columnist) N LAST WEEK'S column two criticisms of campus politics were mentioned: (1) That, the campus political scene is charac- terized by "splinter" organizations and schism within the left-wing groups, and (2) that campus political ventures bear little relation to the political world outside. Oversimplified...…

October 11, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUU THE MICHIGAN ATLY TUESDAY. OC nttr.Ri 19- - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _LC11- IL-1 JL VAL:IQjor imX Vf~2,11j3Gi6 1 i9 1941 fle te (Editor's Note is written by Managing Editor Harriett Friedman.) ALTHOUGH the annual report of the SAmerican Civil Liberties Union presents no earth-shaking news, it shows an interest- ing balance sheet for the year's civil lib- erties struggles. It also seems to suggest that the American pe...…

October 12, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MIS' aA DAIIN iwvnvv;qnAv , neurniritu, I Ti-ii..M°"?_.,.A,_1 11.29'. _T_ Dl 2 U 1JA 1 V'1111 L411 L.1 WYV l 84 iLi. l V~/LxjjtZ~xl& . Canned Lectures HE LITERARY college faculty's condem- nation of the stenographic lecture notes business met a varied reaction-approval, disgust and indifference. The faculty was undoubtedly right in denouncing the sale of the notes. Paying someone else to do your note-taking for you probabl...…

October 14, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TrURDA', OCTOBE1Rv 14, 1944 Slight Contradiction IT ALL DEPENDS really, on which news- paper you read. If you picked up the New York Times, you got the original text of a Tom Dewey cam- paign speech, complete with flag waving, platitudes, jingles and "What's good for the country." But if you picked up the Detroit News, you got an equally reliable quote, but also an indication of what kind of legislation you ca...…

October 15, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1949 _______________________________ m Aged Philosophy JAMES B. CONANT, president of Harvard, has suggested in his new book, "Education in a Divided World," that all men in the nation that are 18 years of age be drafted into a national militia for 10 years. His plan would consist of three or four summer camps of two or three months plus evening drill throughout the school year. Only those ...…

October 16, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN-DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 16, 1948 THE MraWTTTIIAN \ifAi 'i~vPSTRAOTBR1,14 Courses THE FUTURE of the University's Workers Education Courses-and perhaps the trend of the entire national probgram-will be decided today. The Board of Regents are expected to say finally whether the courses are to be cut off permanently, whether a modified program will be presented, or whether recent charges against it will be dismissed and...…

October 17, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHICAN DAILY J SUNDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1949 .I. I I I . KNOW THE REASON WHY: Peace Group By LYMAN H. LEGTERS AN INTERESTING commentary on th times in which we live is the formation :n campus of a Student Peace Committee. The purpose of the group is discussion and study of personal attitudes toward peace and war and toward the part that a religious or moral individual can play in a society which periodically finds itself in a...…

October 19, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…FTEU f li a . . . ..... . . .. ... ..... .. .__ C ref , THE MICHIGEAN LATIN TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1 "Pt BIU 1 VTW1fLA',}.V 'T'IU' 1a iOO- . t , wa, J1tJZ Musical Dearth. N THESE PARTS, the music-lover has a choice of radio stations in Kalamazoo, Pontiac (we think) and Chatham, Ontario, if he wants to listen to the New York Phil- harmonic broadcasts. For the third straight week, there has been no Detroit station that would broad- cast t...…

October 20, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1948 ... .. I Campaign Ser HIS BUSINESS of egg-throwing, tomato- tossing, and plain jeering is indicative of the very low level to which our presiden- tial election campaign seems to be degener- ating. Gone are our speech making and platform policies as a vote-getting qualifica- tion. Candidates in 1952 will probably need a training period as sparring partner for Joe Louis. There can be...…

October 21, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY r THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 21,1 1949~ ... '1 Problem Solved? A NEWS STORY with a significant date- line has thrown a lot of light on the recent trend of the U.S., Britain and France to receive Franco into the Western Powers bloc. The story came from London several days ago and told how Franco and the Republicans had reached an agreement, a peaceful solution to the problem of dictatorship or republic that has been ...…

October 22, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…-4AQLF'DUR THE MICHIGAI%-,bAll VR-i-i)Av- nn-, nn*P.R. .... ,.,.. ~- s -. .. . ,, .aa. raa a a s V ~ : . r.a.J La1'a..a rnim r :v sw3~jtpc. 4" , 4 WWJ~A~~4 ~ ~ jA~ i The Great Compromise MICHIGAN WORKERS can now have their fill of the better thinO in life-- art, music, and literature. And this, apparently, can be attained by merely sacrificing the unnecessary and shockingly uncultural courses in basic eco- nomic problems and practices o...…

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