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November 01, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…COLLEGE AUTHORS See Page 4 Y 41i43zrgn ~IAithr PARTLY CLOUDY High-5s Low-42 Winds to diminish; chance of showers today. Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 39 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAGE Quad Director Asks Removal Of Lubin from Council Post By DAVID MARCUS East Quadrangle Director John Taylor has asked that Stanley Lubin, '63E; be removed from his position as quad social cha...…

November 02, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…Y i~Ait A6F 4 br :43 a t t]Y. Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 40 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1961 SEVEN CENTS EIGHT PAGES Early egistration Starts ,For1j Limit- Plan To Beginning Class Level Set Spring Sections In Botany, Zoology, Other Requirements Pre-registration for literary col- lege students in some of the col- lege's overcrowded laboratory courses has begun. Courses primarily affected are Botan...…

November 03, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…SGC Y SLATES See Page 4 Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom a it CLOUDY, WINDY High--8S Low-58 Turning colder tonight, First snow showers tomorrow __ _ crnv rvvts w _ r VOJL. ZLXXII, No. I41 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAC O.117 i Cola. HATCHER SPEECH: 'U' Would Sacrifice Quantity for Quality By MICHAEL OLINICK Forced to make a choice because of limited state financial sup- port, the Universi...…

November 04, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…Y A6F 4 t .li r4 tgan Bat United Nations Votes U Thant Appointmen Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 42 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAGES cia 0l ace* uee TEMPORARY ACTION: Ban Controversial Discussions at Flint By GAIL EVANS A moratorium prohibiting Flint Junior College's student. govern- ment and newspaper from dealing with any controversial political or social questions for a...…

November 05, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…Minnesota... 13 Ohioa Michigan State 0 Iowa State. . . . -. . . 0 29 Purdue ... . 23 Northwestern 14 LSU.... . 13 Illinois ..... 9 Indiana .... 8 Mississippi .. 10 Colorado ... 7INavy .. .. ..13 SlipperyRoci . . 7 Missouri . . . . 6 Notre Dame. . 10 Westminster. SGC ENDORSEMENTS See Page 4 Sir ian :4IaitA SNOW FLURRIES High--52 Low--32 Mostly cloudy, Chance of showers Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXI, No. 43 ANN ARBO...…

November 07, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…An Editorial.. SEVEN OUT OF 13 candidates will win Student Govern- ment Council seats as a result of the election today and tomorrow. After evaluating the candidates by means of a pub. lic press conference, their platform statements and individual interviews, we have divided them into four ranks. Within each rank, the order is alphabetical. We strongly recommend these three candidates: Yl [ e Sir i A ui Iaii Seventy-One Years of Editorial...…

November 08, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…COMMITTEE OF ONE MILLION See Page 4 Sir~rAa :43 tii COLDER High--45 Low-33 Brisk winds with chance of snow Seventy-One Years of Editorial. Freedom VOL. LXXII No. 45 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAGES Equador's President Quits Post QUAYAQUIL (AP) - The Na- tional Congress early today pro- ;claimed Vice-President Carlos Arosemena president of Ecua- dor after President Jose Maria Velasco Ibarra abandone...…

November 09, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…SGC Winners STEVEN STOCKMEYER RICHARD NOHL ROBERT ROSS JOHN VOS SHARON JEFFREY THOMAS BROWN ..first ...second . . . third . . . fourth ...fifth ..sixth RICHARD G'SELL .. . seventh THE INCREDIBLE STATE EDUCATION See Page 4 Y SyYitiau Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom :43 a il OVERCAST High-44 Low-34 Partly cloudy and warmer through Friday SEVEN CENTS Sri PAC VOL. LXXII, No. 46 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1961 SEV...…

November 10, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…ANALYSIS 'OF SGC VOTE See Page 4 Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom Ia it1 WARMER High--48 Low--30 Partly cloudy, with southwest winds VOL. LXXII, No. 47 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1961 SEVEN CENTS bservers xect Radical hift in Soviet EIGHT PAGES olic IFC Group Asks Policy For Women Sets Committee To Frame Motion The Interfraternity Council Ex- ecutive Committee last night ap- proved in principle self-determi- nation...…

November 11, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…PEACE VIGIL See Page 4 jLi; Sir igan Ia ity Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 48 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1961 Nehru Proposes Nuclear Test Ban Indian Leader Requests Year Halt fTo Cold War Hostilities in Speech UNITED NATIONS OP)-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India proposed yesterday that the United Nations declare a moratorium on the cold war and set aside a year for cooperation in all fi...…

November 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…esota. . 16 \ Purdu e" . . . . 7 OS . . .. .6 Indiana Iowa .... 9 |MSU . . . . . . . . 16 Wisconsin . .. 29 Tennessee . . . 10 Notre Dame 7 Northwestern 10 Georgia Tech 6 Pittsburgh. N 'qON- VIOLENCE See Page 4 fl~e iha Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 49 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1961 SEVEN CENTS TEN PAGr . McRae, Raimey Spark Michigan Raeder Romps as Bump Tops Pete In Second Battle Between B...…

November 14, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…Faculty Seeks To Increase Policy Jj By MICHAEL OLINICK Through the persistent efforts of a few men, the faculty is getting a greater voice in deciding what happens, when and how at the University. Though the faculty already enjoys a relatively large amount of power compared to colleagues at most other institutions, the last few years have shown advancing influence in areas not directly related to academic affairs, faculty members say. , ...…

November 15, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…FACULTY POWER See Page 4 Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom :3a it1 CLOUDY, WARMER Hligh-55 Low--40 Rain tonight turning to snow flurries tomorrow. VOL. LXXII, No. 51 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1961 SEVEN CENTS EIGHT PJ Conference Releases Education By MICHAEL HARRAH Three pollsters and a college coordinator highlighted the agenda of the first session of the Fifteenth Annual Cbnference on Higher Ed- ucation wi...…

November 16, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…MENIN WOMEN'S DORMS See Page 4 Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom ~Iaitj~ RAIN High-52 Low-30 Windy and turning colder with possible snow flurries VOL. LXXII, No. 52 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX Council Re-elects Nohi, Martin To Top Admnimstrative Posts ATO ocal Grnted Permissioi By JUDITH OPPENHEIM For R em oval of Bias Provision sieoerSue Gvrmn Council for his second consecutive Ona...…

November 17, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…PRESSURE AND THE QUAD VOTE See Page 4 C jl 4r Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom 4Iatii SNOW FLURRIES High--35 Low-27 Windy tonight, Colder timorrow VOL. LXII, No. 53 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1961 SEVEN CENTS EIGHT PAGES Moch Views Motion On Women in Quads By DAVID MARCUS Inter-Quadrangle Council last night moved to include freshmen women in its recommendation to allow women students in men's quadrangle rooms. IQC P...…

November 18, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…THE BOSTON CRASH: AN INSIDER'S VIEW See Page 4 Y Lilt igzrnC~ A6F4br ':43 a t I Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No.54 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAGES Stiffen 'Big Ten' Rules For Athletic Eligibility, Michigan Board Votes ' EYE A B LLH LAOS TRIUMVIRATE s Souvanna's Turnabout Sets Hope for Accord VIENTIANE, Laos (P)-An abrupt turnabout by neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma yeste...…

November 19, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…Michigan St. 21 Minnesota ... 10 Ohio St..... .22 1 Wisconsin Northwestern 13 Purdue .... 7 Oregon..... .14 Illinois . . .. .55 Indiana . . . . 17 TCU . . . 7 West Virginia 9 Texas . . . . . 6 Washington . . 17 Alabama . . . 10 . . .0..0 UCLA .....13 Georgia.T ech-0 i V i ... .. INTERNATIONAL CENTER NEGATIVE APPROACH See Page 4 Sir 41 743, ii]y CLOUDY, COLD High-38 Low--21 Snow likely late today. Seventy-One Years of Editorial Fre...…

November 21, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…WHY TWO DEANS? See Page 4 Y Siriga -AV :4Datl PARTLY CLOUDY High-42 Low-34 Possible snow flurries tonight and tomorrow. Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No.56 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SIX PAGES Size, Nature Set Operation of OSA's The size and nature of a college are determining factors in oper- ating an office of student affairs, three student personnel adminis- trators indicated this...…

November 22, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…OSU i n Good Shape; Inl By MIKE BURNS Sports Editor Michigan's Wolverines will pass up the Thanksgiving holiday to- morrow, hoping to feast Saturday on powerful Ohio State in the tra- ditional season finale. Normally shaping up as one of the toughest games on Michigan's schedule because of the intense rivalry, the contest figures to be the most difficult test the Wol- verines have faced this fall, with the hard-driving Buckeyes rated the num...…

November 28, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…Crippled Team Falls To O50-20 Crowde d ' Seeks Expansion <* By CLIFF MARKS Associate Sports Editor Few of the 80,444 fans who witnessed Ohio State's 50-20 drub- bing of Michigan Saturday would dispute Buckeye Coach Woody Hayes' claim that his team played like national champions against the undermanned hosts. The Ohio trio of All-America fullback Bob Ferguson, speedy' halfback Paul Warfield and passer Joe Sparma accounted for 474 yards t...…

November 29, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…APARTMENTS AND SORORITIES See Page 4 lihr i1a *A6Far 471, t 40 a ty CHILLY High--38 Low-20 Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL LXXII, No. 59 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1961 SEVEN CENTS SEX PAGES Council To Consider Power over Students Roberts, Glick To Propose Motion On Authority in Rules, Conduct By CYNTHIA NEUJ Student Government Council will consider a motion on authority ove...…

November 30, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS See Page 4 Sir rigauT A6F :43atly CLOUDY, COLDER High-36 Low-1S Few light snow flurries expected late today. Seventy-One Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXXII, No. 60 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 SEVEN CENTS TEN PAGE Space Chimp Launched Lewis Cites Veto Actiong SGC Postpones Actiort On Fraternity-Sororita Partial Success of Flight Jars Hope For Manned Attempt Yet This Year CAPE CANAVERAL ()-Th...…

November 01, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 39) • Page Image 2

…TIKE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, N 0 Cyclotron Progress Program Notes 1 BUILDING COMPLETED-Construction has been finished on the University's cyclotron building, designed to house a high-power particle accelerator. The $1.1 million project is expected to go into operation in early 1963. NUCLEAR PROTEST: Faculty Members, Wives Wire Khrushchev, Kennedy . The Men's Glee Clubs of the University and Duke University wlil present a joint concert ...…

November 02, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…:' THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVI THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOV Li 'A mericans Feel Guilty As Parents', "Americans often feel self-con- spicuous and guilty about their role as parents, being in constant fear of doing the wrong thing," Prof. Warren A. Ketcham said at the 32nd annual Parent Educa- tion Institute yesterday. Prof. Ketcham, coordinator of psychological services at Univer- sity schools, told his audience of parents that t...…

November 03, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY lMISTICE DAY: UGC Votes Endorsement )f Assembly for Peace By KENNETH WINTER With S t u d e n t Government !ouncil President Richard Nohl," 52BAd, casting the tie-breaking ote, SGC asked support from in.- .ividuals and groups for "an Arm- stice Day assembly on peace in hie nuclear age," at its meeting ednesday night. The proposal was first suggest- d' during constituents' time by iouncil otes o Set Scope, )f Expression (Con...…

November 04, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYSA ,a lakent Cites Causes )f Turkiish. Change By GERALD STORCH The director of the Turkish In- formation Center for the United States Thursday examined the causes and benefits of the 18- monh old period of transition in, Turkey. Ihsan Atakent explained to a meeting of the Turkish Students Club that the 1960 revolution oc- curred because "human rights had been cast aside for economic de- velopment."r The ruling Democratic ...…

November 05, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LECTURE: rtok Utilized Folk Sources COLLEGE CRISIS: Foundation Seeks Future Educators 4ARTHA MAC NEAL tmosphere of Hungarian music became Bartok's mother tongue even be- had developed his in- style, and it became the that style," Prof. Halsey of the University of California said. Stevens spoke Friday on k Influence on the Music 3artok," at Lane Hall. nusic of the 19th century, after the consolidation of major scales, so...…

November 07, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…w0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAYt NOVEMBER 7, 1961 11 ControversialChina Film Shown; Pirnie Hits Reds 'U' Debaters 11 "Red China Outlaw," a film produced by the Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Red China to the United Nations,! was shown Sunday night under the auspices of the Student Govern- ment Council's International Week Committee. The controversial film will be shown again at 7:30 p.m. today in Rms. 3-M-S of the Union,...…

November 08, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,191 gx Playbill Series To Present Shaw Comedy UGC Candidates Speak at Panhel Rally "Arms and the Man," a roman- tic comedy by George Bernard Shaw, will be presented at 8 p.m. today through Saturday, at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The second production in the University of Michigan Players Playbill series, "Arms and the Man" concerns war, revolution, love and realism, treated through humorous and som...…

November 09, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IHALLANGE' SEMINAR: Felheim Interprets Giraudoux By JUDITH BLEIER In the drama of Jean Girau- oux one finds that the literature s not an end in itself, Prof. Mar- in Felheim of the English de- artment said Tuesday. At a Challenge seminar focus- ng upon Giraudoux's "Tiger at he Gates," he noted that the haracters "are not trying to con- ince or persuale. They are mere- y there to present or unfold, and he thinking is left...…

November 10, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…----THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR!] DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1981 RARY SYSTEM: study Cites Social Congestion r MARTHA MacNEAL ARHAar n rcNEd L an environment of mass commu- Such stresses brought abou tarians are being forced to nication, the survey noted. certain policies which communi th an increasingly impossi- Researchers found that circula- cations-oriented systems apply. 'stem," Prof, Richard L. tion to students is three or four Queuing inputs at pea...…

November 11, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA ,.. Campbell Cites Voting Traits By CYNTHIA' NEU ute long conversation period at immediate psychological the beginning of the interview. ion of a voter has a variety The components used in the 1960 fects on his political deci- survey were: attitude toward Prof. Angus Campbell, di- Richard Nixon and President John ' of Survey Researph Center, ..F. Kennedy, attitude toward do- at a psychology colloquium mestic and foreign...…

November 12, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY sub tl , T'S AND LETTERS: Wimlble Views Mod( B y MARTHA MacNEAL 3 main problem facing the American playwright is the nt agitation that the Ameri- heatre should become ly', as typified by reaction t Tennessee Williams," Bar- imble, '62, author of "Faces lte," said yesterday. 'Almost more than any other , theatre has to deliver its ssage in a specified amount of ne to a specified audience. Audi- ces want plays to be atypi...…

November 14, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY UNIVERSITY DECISIONS: ear War Dua,'Stdy Faculty Increa IntFormulatin viets began to join in the "peace A ttracts 11 race." (Continued from Page 1) He maintained that "each ac- (Continued from Page )amen tion by the United States would d m g) an effective Job requires reading a be well-publicized in advance to and study, time that might have leas give the opponent time to pre- To date, four University col gone into research....…

November 15, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY eace Corps pokesman Visit U' aul Worthington, Peace Corps I representative, will be visit- the University Monday and sday to answer questions from mntial volunteers, James A. is, ,vice-president of student frs announced yesterday. orthington's visit Is part of a, on-wide information tour ex- fing the purpose and oppor- ties of the Corps. rom 8:30-11:30 a.m. he will available to any student for vidual consultation about vo...…

November 16, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BY HALF: ROTC Finds Cadets Show Prints ign Student Gains Cited Alert, Career Minded For Holiday group that is 60 per cent en- gineers." Lt. Col. Dwight E. Durner, chief of Air Force ROTC, related that the Air Science Department had dropped the requirement that ca- dets remain in the program for two years to let the cadet be sure he likes the program before he is obligated. As a result more and higher quality men are retaine...…

November 17, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DlAILYV 'FR.MAV vnwnml lvlMeat iLi r L IRJ~i, XIN V V L MBE 17, IMI L Nube Sees Dominican Crisis PERFORMING ARTS: Director Cites Culture's Role be effective) the misery they have been suffering for 30 years. 'Second Class' Trujillo When Trujillo first came to power in the 1930's through a steady advance in the ranks of the National Guard, he was a mem- ber of the "second class." No member of the "second class" can become p...…

November 18, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 54) • Page Image 2

…Tmo THE MICHIGAN DAILY TWO THE 1~HCHIGAN DAILY ocI0LOGY COLLOQUIM: Lipset Compares Societies By CYNTHIA NEU "A Comparative Analysis of the English-Speaking Democracies"- the United States, Great Britain, Australia and Canada-was pre- sented by Prof. Seymour Lipset of the University of California- Berkeley at a sociology colloquium Thursday. The four countries were rank- ed relativeto each other along four polarities: elitism-equaitar- ian...…

November 19, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TH - M . -C, -- piv.47v FI~ Ai n.j _ "1L L' 111 VlYll¢HL LfY l1.y T. ' SUNDAY, NOVEMP ARTS AND LETTERS: Forums Serve Composers By MARTHA MacNEAL y "Even though the Composers' Forums are quite- unusual and give an exceptional chance for insight into the trends of contemporary music composition, very few stu- dents and faculty members at- tend them," Roger Reynolds, Grad, said. "This situation reflects the un- willingness of socie...…

November 21, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 56) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Britton-Reports Fuzziness lampers Scientific Writing P 'I LACK OF FACILITIES: Raps Restricted Music Study By CAROLINE DOW Obscure technical writing is not limited to the United States r.or to engineers, Prof. W. .Earl Brit- ton of the engineering English de- partment reports. During a sabbatical leave in 1960, he interviewed 50 educational institutions, industries and publi- cations and research establish- ments of Weste...…

November 22, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 57) • Page Image 2

…i THE MICHIGAN DAILY WI Gumperz Describes Indian Tongues By ISAAC ADALEMO A University of California ex- pert Monday took a look at the welter of languages in the Indian sub-continent and suggested his solution to the linguistic tangle. Prof. John Gumperz began by contrasting the relatively uncom-, plex languages of Europe with the very difficult language problems of southeast Asia, and then analyzed India's languages themselves. The Britis...…

November 28, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 58) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY_________ USDAY, ?N PANEL: ACWR Examines UN University Idea DIAL 2-6264 Daily-Archie Sader PARKING LOT-Above is the artist's conception of the proposed Thompson Street parking lot which is being built to alleviate the parking problem at the University. The project will be financed by ap- propriations. By JUDITH BLEIER ! The department of studies on the United Nations of Americans Committed to World Responsibil- ity held a...…

November 29, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 59) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NO' MUSKET To Launch Original Musical Hold Challenge Election, Set Colloquium Speakers MarcIntosh Presents AL YOUNG -Daily-Larry Vanice "LAND $O"-Sailors and stowaway girls dance on the deck of the ship bound to discover the New World in MUSKET's production of Jack O'Brian's musical comedy. "Land Ho" is being staged in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater tonight through Saturday night with a Saturday matinee. Playwrig...…

November 30, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 60) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, Democrats Urge Agreement Khrushchev has made a major break with Leninist doctrine in announcing that war is not in- evitable. The real threat is politi- cal, economic, and social," he stressed. "We must make our desire for disarmament credible to the Rus- sians," Mrs. Elise Boulding of the Center for Conflict Resolution said. Citing the Women's Inter- national League for Peace and Freedom conference with ten So- ...…

November 01, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 39) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Britain Seeks To Keep' Extra Defense Forces, Wants Special Powers Re-Elected Soviet Head Praises Reds' Influence Communism Greatest 'Force of Our Time,' Premier Tells Party Congress Delegates Draft Plans To Augment Rhine Army Government Steps Receive Opposition From Labor Party LONDON (A)-Britain yesterday sought emergency powers to keep 230,000 extra troops under arms after the national draft ends this year. The governme...…

November 02, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Viet Nam Begins Offense At Viet Cong US. History t Supports Aid TOs . ToFar East By The Associated Press There is ample precedent and a considerable backlog of successful experience to support an Ameri- can decision to deploy sone mili- tary force in Southeast Asia as a deterrent against "stepped-up Communist attack. One question in Washington is whether such a deterrent, under all the circumstances,- can be made believa...…

November 03, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .., Russia Wrap Up Walker Quits Army Post To Battle Communism Agreement for U Thant As Secretary- eneral Council Set To Approve Burma Aide No Difficulty Seen In Assembly Assent UNITED NATIONS (JP) - The Big Four powers wrapped up an' agreement last night to name U Thant of Burma interim UN Sec- retary-Qeneral in place of the late Dag Hammarskjold. Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian A. Zorin, November Pres- Ident of...…

November 04, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…EMBER 4,1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Adenauer Develops Coalition Pact State For Recognition Still Sought By Ulbricht Communist Leader Outlines Settlement BERLIN tm)--Walter Ulbricht, Communist leader in East Ger- Many, came back from Moscow yesterday insisting he wants rec- ognition from the United States and other Western powers for his satellite regime. His short airport speech was peaceful in tone, however. He did not say, as he has in the p...…

November 05, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

…5, 19G1' - THE MICHIGAN, DAILY PAGE 5, 1961 - THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAt~ Significant Elections Near WASHINGTON (}P - A signifi- cant and perhaps close race for governor in, New Jersey, where a "battle of the presidents" sparked an otherwise dull campaign, holds the spotlight in Tuesday's state and city elections in a handful of states. President John F. Kennedy and former President Dwight D. Eisen- hower have tested their influence in the Ne...…

November 07, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…1 7. 1961 7. 1981 THE MICHIGAN DAILY UN Asks 1Moratorium On A-Weapons OAS Scores Bomb Tests By Russians Hemisphere Nations Support U.S. Stand, WASHINGTON (P)--The West- ern Hemisphere nations rallied in support of the United States po- sition on nuclear testing yester- day, and censured the Soviet Un- ion for exploding a 50-megaton superbomb. The action came in a unani- mous vote by the Organization of American States Council. Cuba abstain...…

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