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February 12, 1951 • Page Image 9

…Join The March Of Dimes J-HOP ttl)r irl ix3ttrt t EXTRA Ice:.oA.L---e-or a toiia- Mondov. Februarv 12, 1951 Prig: A Dime or a Collar IV SUt luu y/ 1 lu"I uui y M - . E ~./ i See Stor * * * y Page 2, Pictures Page 24 * * * * * * Thousands of happy couples alternately danced and listened to the music of Freddie Martin and Ray McKinley as the double-header (ance weekend got under way Friday night. Martin (without a dancing partner) i...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 10

…February 12, 1951 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mn~~n f a wMon ay, Glamour of South Charms Dancers By DAVE THOMAS Like last night's mint julep, the 1951 J-Hop has faded to a rather muddled memory of a gay but frosty weekend blended of equal parts of pleasure and fatigue. Many of the charming belles who were 'carried' by their young gentlemen to the southern plantation ball at the Intramural Building have returned yonder to their mansions ...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 11

…J-HOP EXTRA Monday, February 12, 1951 Page Three ATO I BO B REVEAL.E AS f GREAT SCIENTIFIC HOAX By ALPHA PARTICLE PRJNCETON, N.J.- -The world was rocked on its long-suffering ears today by the revelation that atomic fission is nothing but a ghastly hoax and the atom bomb a mere product of the human imagination. This earth-shattering fact came to light here a few hours ago in a press conference held by Dr. Albert Einstein, one of the scient...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 12

…Mondav. Februarv 12. 1951 Page Four THE "MICHIGAN DAILY PageFourTHE ICHIAN DILY nnn Fer, 'ssImo, -I W.,1 TOP IS SLIPPERY HOWEVER: Committee Members Mount Ladder of Success GAUNT AND HAGGARD after# two taxiog months of pre- dance reparation, members of the 1951 J-Hop Committee peer wearily at a Daily cameraman who caught them off-guard Fri- day as they were nailing up some last minute decorations. It had been a gruelling period for these p...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 13

…Monday, February 12, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Five aIVMnaFbur 12S91TEWiHG NDiL ncFv F I Brauntz and Richard Aster, Mari- N A:>E S: lyn Brebach and Gary Graves. N A M E SCarol Brenner and Harry Free- man, Betty Bridges and John Ry- der, Mary Brindak and James C aMiller, Jr., Carol Britton and I James Minner, Jean Brock and BETTY BEARD and Russell David Edwards, Ann Broman and Wepfer, Helen Beatson and Da- J. V. Villesvik, Elizabeth Br...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 14

…Page Si THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mondovy Februarv 12 .15 "age"Six HE MICHIANrDAILYMr c y, ytGI1 7J , Campus Cop Steps Down To Hardy Cheers, Tears After twenty years of service, Patrolman Helmut Schiller, of the University police force, went into retirement yesterday. Veteran campaigner in the" toughest regiment this side ofx Harvard," Schiller donned his full uniform, pinned on his medals, and strode out of his Administration, Building office am...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 15

…Monday, February 12, 1951 T HE MI CH IGA N DA ILY Page Seven The Spirit of Michigan MICHIGAN certainly is a nice That is why we like Tug Wek. OFFICIAL university. It is deserving of As a start, Tug Week is fine. all the praise we can lavish upon JDULL it. For years people have been try- BUT THE possibilities offered'1 ing to do just that. But lately spi- by school spirit have been scarcely rits have been drained completely broached. Circa 1...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 16

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DA1. Monday, February 12, 1951 Ho gwa s 0u 1a0epens e-,w ']Big ,Barn' By IAMA HOGCALLER Dily Frm Edior F ~P 'esiet Julhn A. Hamma of neighoring H ogwash t i_ Agiculr Colege, ted)ayn noun cd the grand open- ::ofHowash's ornate new "Big ,Barn." The new Big Bar, according to Hamma, "will be the most elaborate edifice on the Hogwash campus." "It will include individual whitewashed stalls for grad- uate students working for ...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 17

…Monday, February 12, 1951 T HE MIC H IGA N D A ILY Page Nine Bookeating Male Bites Lions' Plot Bursts Way Through College As Expose Pricks Bubble Swindle The sensational human bookworm case, unparalleled in the annals of University After months of super-sleuthing The Daily has uncovered a crime, entered the second day today with a herbivorous botany teaching fellow in police crafty extortion plot which has been literally stealing food from ...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 18

…I Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY hA^,,,A,,, C-t- a .- I,) 4 nc i " .. ", - . vmonaay, t-ebruary 1IZ, 1)51 PINN. Out of the dreary depths of darkness From the Union Pool Room Come the stealthy goons. - Self-inflated and appointed Heads with alcohol annoited Cone-shaped heads with jagged endings Pointed heads. Through the darkened streets they wander Seeking out the chosen few Searching for their brother bird brains ACLES PRODUCED BY INTE...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 19

…Monday. February 12 15 T HE M IC H IGA N D A ILY .Page Eleven THEMICHIGAN DAILYPacie Eleven Cops Crack Rose Bowl Fix; apl Bri e o row a me - I r r r s t x '.s y' . f. FRAUD-An exclusive Daily photograph shows how California "threw" the Rose Bowl game in the second half. Here, a California player pretends to stumble and allows Michigan tack'ers to halt him short of the goal line. Re was later removed from the game for trying too hard. ST...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 20

…I Page Twelve THE MICHIG AN DAIt Y Au.4A. Pa. i.. IQZ10< " ,... ,. . vr, n . monaay, repruary r 41 1 771 w* r Help him and others like him Give, and Give Generously to the a nARyCyt4 f E ".E. The following Sororities contributed to make this page possible: Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Epsilon Phi Chi Omega Alpha Gamma Delta Collegiate Sorosis Alpha Omicron Pi Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Kappa Delta Delta Zeta Kappa Kappa G...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 21

…Monday, February 12, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen Provincial . Loses Ruthbone! By PEW BEERSON Alex Enjoys Retirement Tension mounted at sprawling Provincial University yesterday with the announcement of President Alexander G. Ruthbone's retirement from the presidency of the University. 0n F oowbau Parlay Loot Although President Ruthbone's retirement has been expected for several months, the * n * * * *'* ° *"'University's blackrobed B...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 22

…Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 12, 1951 eel' woGeeo c e Uaiud-Detailed Blouse The suit-blouse she's been looking for, a cap sleeve rayon crepe with lattice detailing at the thraat . Aqua, mauve ar white; sizes 32 to 38. 3.95 , : ; ., . , : ' w y i ,. fi W s... ..n .:i:t:v. NY VALENTINE'S DAY.. . Next Wednesday, February 14 Ways To Win Her iHeart .. . The Pretty Things She's Wanted :\j ti; ya a Irish Linen Hlandkerchi...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 23

… Monday, February 12, 1951 (Continued from Page 5) M ANN CARMIEHAER and Rich- ard Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Car- penter, Jean Carson and Larry Sweet, Jean Caistens and Thomas Richmond, Margaret Carter and , Bob Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Carter, Silvia Cary and Frank Van Schoick, Edrhe Case and Wil-a liam Hermanson, Janet Cass and Jim Callison, Lura Cation and Charles J. Scholl, Virginia Cawrse# and Russell Kendall, Bea Chad- wick and Willi...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 24

…Page Sixteer THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 12, 1951 The Daily Scans the Campus UKURIX ISITERS LOOK OVER NEW GROUP OF RUSHEES BEWILDERED FRESHMAN IS SPEECHLESS AFTER GOING THROUGH FIRST REGISTRATION AT THE UNIVERSITY TWO SOPHOMORES ENJOY REFRESHMENTS A"' RUTHVEN TEA THESE CO-EDS DIDN'T GO TO J-HOP ... GRADUATION MORNING FACULTY CLUB PRACTICES ITS ROUTINE FOR FORTHCOMING UNION OPERA PRODUCTION A MICHIGAN STATE COED WAS HONORED AT HE...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 25

…Monday, February 12, 1951 T HE M IC H IGA N D A IL Y Page Seventeern Monday, February 12, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seventeeti ,NlAMES!" (Continued from Page 15) Fischer, Patricia Dressler and Russell Chandler, Jean Drewdahl and John Taylor, Joyce Dudkin and Herbert Forman, Jeanette Du- jardin and Richard Robertson. Camilla Duncan and James P. White, Elinor Dunn and Ralph Haber, Doris Durham and Ed- ward Conlin, Patti Durham and; Ed San...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 26

…Page .Eighteen T HE MI CH IGA N DA ILY Page Eighteen THE MICHIGAN DAlI V A1~/U~C1Marshall Ilerson, Helen Greene aidBoemaElaie Grenbergand and William Jagger, Glenna Greg- ory and Micheal Liuzzi, Margaret (Continued from Page 171 Grein and Howard Hilfinger, Bar- bara Grimm and Jack McGregor, strong, Joan Glover and John Arlene Gringer and J. Recanati. Purvis, Robin Glover and Robert Evelyn Grossman and Bob Jaf- Erf. fe, Marilyn Groe and Don ...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 27

… Mondovy February 12, 1951 T HE MI CH IGAN D A ILY Page Nineteen , " Visiting I-Hoppers Erict ales J-Hop mean, moving time for a number of University men, as fraternity houses are cleaned and emptied for the 4housing of week-end dates. The feminine influx begins on Friday afternoon when the first arrivals are greeted by chaperones, given their room assignments and shown the beds they will occupy, providing they are able to arrange a few hou...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 28

…Page Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 12, 1951 and Richard Zylowski, Jane Hustone, Mary Ann Levona and Kathleen McKinney and Gege N A M E S Kuentzel and Thomas L. How- Jerry Van Syac, Joan Levy and W. Marek, Marjorie McLean and ard, jr. Jerry Hardy, Ann Lewiss and Irv- Samuel Szor. Elsie Kuhl and Carleton Grif- ing Keene, Lois Libbey and Ar- Marianne McLeland and Lyn (continued rrom Page 15) fin, Marthene Kuieck and Don- thur Jaeger....…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 29

…Monday, February 12, 1951 TA 1 S. Simpson, Nancy Peterson and AMS Ted Reynolds. SUSAN PETERSON and Max (Continued from Page 20) Gaesky, Mary Petticrew and Gor- don P. Burkhead, Janet Pierce and bert E. Neil, Jr., Suzanne Nasset Edward Wacber, Joan Pierce and and Roger Hammer, Joan Neal Samuel Ehlow, Tish Pierce and and Greg Hooper, Carol Needler Jerry Gluck, Carolyn M. Piercy and Russell Chandler, Mary Lou and Thomas D. Glass, Helen L. Nrff an...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 30

…Page Twenty-two T HE MI CH IGA N D A ILY Mondanv Fbruarv 17 1 9x1 "___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,. y, I- ,y , i and Wesley O. True, Winifred AStedman and Philip Daykin, Ruth Mary Steeb and Richard Young-! blood. (Continued from Page 21) Pat Steel and Ray Grassa, Ruth Stein and Aaron -Sheldon, Lois Smith and Dean Lind, Elizabeth Steinberg and Jerry Kremer, Jodie Sneed and Robert B. Elliott, Ann Steinkamp and John McCarthy, Snyder and Bob Barge...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 31

…M day, February 12, 1951 STAFF FOULED U Opera ietly, steadily, in taverns, in ibraries, in dusty University at- tics, under Stockwell beds or in the no n steamroom, the search for "it" goes on. With hope and perserverance they are slowly tracking "it" down. "It" is an idea. An appelation. A nare. UNION OPERA executives are the ones who are pursuing "it". They need a label for their show, a title to identify it. "We gotta have something tremend...…

February 12, 1951 • Page Image 32

…Page Twenty-four y. l k I T J . S Kf q nTHE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday,. February" 12, 1.95 I i SOUTHERN SILHOUETTE-IT ENDED IN BLISS THE MUSIC STOPS IT STARTED AT 9:30 UT MOST 1CAMnE LATE …

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…NEW COLUMNISTS See Page 4 -.-ww \;YI L It 4b :43A6F tt FREEZING RAIN Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LXI, No. 86 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1951 SIX PAGES U Daily Offers Opportunity To Students .Staff Issues. Call For New Tryouts Potential draftees need not face -t semester of non-participation in. campus activities just because calls from the armed services await them in .June. Unlimited opportunities in re- por...…

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

….w THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1951 rI : i DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ' plete information about their ve- hicles. (a) Those who are twenty-six years of age or older. (b) Those who have a rating of teaching fellow or higher. (c) Those who are married. It is emphasized that exemption is not granted auotmatically, but is given only upon personal re- 11 HELP WANTED CAMP COUNSELORS for established boys summer camp. Experience de...…

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…-. -.a.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY ichigan Cagers, Minnesota Tan kmen Brush-Off Give 'Gophers Bow In Overtime Battle 52-48 By TED PAPES Ozzie Cowles waved his magic wand and nothing happened! For the first time since he left Michigan three years ago to take the reins at Minnesota, a Wol- verine basketball team stopped the Gophers, 52-48, in a colorful overtime Big Ten battle at the Yost Fleldhouse last night. It was Michigan's second loop 'vic...…

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -I McCarthy vs. Pearson WA "lHe Left MA(TTR OF FACT By JOSEPH and STEWART ALSOP There To Get Away From The Cheering Crowds" TME DRAWN OUT feud between Drew Pearson, the noted Washington column- ist, and Sen. Joseph McCarthy, the militant solon from Wisconsin, was dramatized last week when two newspapers failed to renew their contracts for Pearson's syndicated column. The Flint News-Advertiser was one of those papers. ...…

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 5

… ARY 13, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Spring Fashions To Feature Veils in New, Unusual Styles Flowers Trim Simple or Dressy Bonnets; Combs Will Fasten Sheer Fabrics to Hair By JANICE JAMES Back in the days when grandpa twirled a mean moustache, grand- ma predicted the future by wear- ing veils of every texture and style, a fashion which experts . claim will make a reappearance in this spring's Easter parade. Grandma's . Sunday ensemble wasn't ...…

February 13, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 86) • Page Image 6

….. n THE ICH IIG~IAIN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUA RY 13, 1951 Student Driving Regulations Clarified I f } v ,,,,. tags must be returned to the Of- fice of Student Affairs. BEFORE PERMSSION to drive is granted each student must fur- nish the following information: (1) state license Plato, number, (2) driver's license number, (3) evidence of Public Liability and Property Daimage Insurance on his automobile; (4) name of the in- surance company, (...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…ournalistic O ortunities entoDail CANCES TO LEARN about the opera- become an eight column, regulation type man or higher may work on Th ton of a modern newspaper plant and newspaper printed in its own $500,000 shop articlar advantages await womi to become a part of one of the most impor- in the Student Publications Building at 420 '" dents who may enjoy the brunt oi tant student activities on the ;University Maynard .~'' n o ing the paper in t...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

… I- THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1950 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINzU WENSAFBRAY1.15 1-k I q announcements: (1) Notices ofa meetings or organizations will be restricted to the name of the or- ganization concerned, day, time, and place of meeting, and name of speaker and subject. (2) No- tices for the D.O.B. must be type-, written and double-spaced for editorial convenience., F. E. Robbins Campus Parking: In the future cars witho...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…--- THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Disabled Vet Quintet Plays Bowl Victors oni ht Paraplegics Face 'M' Grid Stars in Benefit Exhibition * -. 't Williams, Lawrence Give Cagers Color 0 * .4. n It'll be "basketball on wheels" tonight at Yost Fieldhouse when an all-star wheelchair team com- pos? of combat-wounded para- lyzed veterans of World War II from Birmingham Hospital, Long Beach, California, engage Michi- gan's Rose Bowl football 'cham...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951 ______________________________________________________________________ I m I I I i itorb te -I BY JIM BROWN T HE GREAT NATIONAL debate over the proposed sending of American troops to help stave off a possible Russian attack on Western Europe has brought forth chal- lenging and searching statements on Ameri- can foreign policy by many of the nation's foremost leaders. And certainly no on...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Society Plans Annuall1-Hop Payoff Dance Winter Atmosphere To Prevail at League For 'Wintermezzo Members of Mortar Board, sen- ior women's honor society, will start off the new semester with their annual girl bid dance, "Win- termezzo," to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the League Ballroom. Members of the society will be selling tickets for the dance from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. today through Friday ...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

… R THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951 t._ 0 PASTE CARATS:; plant Diamond Sprkles....'----: In Mineralogy Showcase BY MARY LETSIS If diamonds are a woman's best iend, then the mineralogy de- artment can offer some wise tips > girls eager to form such clean- it friendships. For a 3,00-carat paste diamond presently sitting in the depart-. ent's showcase window! It is a copy of...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…, FEBRUARY 14,1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY tE .]fE iLr'PL+'! r FEBRUARY 14, 1951 rarin BEYEI~ REGISTRA TION TODAY: Art Prints Attract Students to League '1 * * * S t u d e n t s wandered casual- ly through the League Ballroom, turned art gallery, yesterday making their selections from the 790 prints available from the Art Prints Loan Collection. After being oriented as they en- tered the ballroom, students view- ed the hundreds of prints on...…

February 14, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… ETGnT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951 EIGHT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951 IOWA IELDS BROOM FOR ART: Playwright Sweeps Floors for Living SUMMER JOBS: Students May Register For Placement Service By ALICE MENCHER Intense preoccupation with his chosen career of writing does not keep playwrite Tom Danelli from sweeping the floor of a local drug- store to earn his present livelihood. Author of the forthcoming Stu- dent Players...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…Y dlw& ~aii4 l 6 REPORT ON McCARTHY See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State CLOUDY, SNOW BY TONIGHT VOL. LXI, No. 88 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1951 SIX PAGES + . Coeds Future Bright act Daily June Draft May Bring To End Predominance of Men on Staff .. . ALSO EXPERIENCE ON MY HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY. * * * * * The ratio was still three to one during World War II, but statis- tics favored the men.. Almost three times as man...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 2

… TH as s CHa TGasA NsD As 5. TTI .Y IrMT .CriAv vv.RRrtiu'v is iari TH. v TTTE21 flATT ,PTXTDflAY, 1+fl31{vUt w15,W 1951 ?" k" DRAMATIC ENTERPRISE: Arts Theatre Slated To Open Tuesday * * * * With a clattering of hammers and hissing of a paint gun, nine ex-University students are now rounding into shape a new idea for Ann Arbor Theatre. The Arts Theatre Club will op- en on Tuesday with a twelve- week season of theatre-in-the- round. * * *...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

…15, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY W ith the OLVEUINES by BOB SANDELL Associate Sports Editor Robinson New iddleweight VtGame D*ON CANHAM'S current track squad might be one of the finest cop the Big Ten championship. 4. That's an odd statement to have to make considering that the Wolverines have been a leading track power for years and own a ma- jor share of the Conference track crowns. But it appears that Leo Johnson of Illinois may have eve...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 4

… THE MTCHTGAN DATLY THURSDAYFEBRUARY __________________________________________________________________________________________________ U I ' . . a rv avVL Report on McCarthy SENATOR JOE McCARTHY spoke to some of his "Fellow Americans" in Jackson the other day, and several Daily editors, battling icy roads and swirling snow flurries, jour- neyed down to hear him. We decided to go because we wanted to see in action a man who in one form or...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 5

…""SDAY,"FEBRUARY 15, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE ___________________________________________________________________________________ U U COLD WEATHER WEAR: Popular Storm Coat Warm, Smart, Thrifty; Considered by College Women as Fine Buy O- { Cold weather, dry or damp, will f still be h,-!re for many weeks, and nothing is so important in a wom- an's closet as a good warm coat. The coat designed for stormy weather that is snug, win...…

February 15, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, FEBRUARYk15, 1951 PAY LESS AT MARSHALL'S * PAY LESS AT MARSHALL'S * I I Unknown Culprit Detroys Sign ExtollingFraternities A 50 square foot sign on the withstand the worst weather, ac- diagonal extolling the virtues of cording to Cy Carlton, '52, IFC fraternity life, was destroyed early publicity chairman. yesterday morning. yIMs ffrdays iscrimedHe termed the incident as "an AIM officials disclaimed any obvi...…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…Y 43n a4i4 ; ""r E ROTC PUBLIC RELATIONS See Page 4 Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LXI, No. 89 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 CLOUDY AND WARMER EIGHT PAGES Prof. Daniel Rich Dies in 'U' Hospital Served Here For 40 Years 4 Daniel L. Rich, retired professor of physics, died at 6:30 yesterday morning at the University Hospi- ,~tal. Cause of Prof. Rich's death was attributed to a heart attack. He had been admitted to the ...…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 2

…-I THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 9. Among the business transacted by the Board of Regents at its last meeting was the appoint- ment of two assistant professors. Roscoe Cavell will serve as as- sistant professor of psychiatry for the period from Feb. 1, 1951 to June 30, 1953. Prof. Cavell, who has been engaged in private prac- tice in Detroit, will be assigned to the Veterans Adjustment Center. Gordon Van Wylen will serve as a...…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULILETIN] (Continued from Page 2) sign, marketing or business ad- ministration majors for supervi- be junior and sophomore women sion of clerical personnel, and respectively. Anyone interested accounting. There are also a lim- phone for an appointment (23- ited number of openings for wo- POISONOUS PETS: i Gruesome Gila Monsters Caged, Tame at Museum 225) any week day between...…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 4

… FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 S ROTC Public Relations AT REGISTRATION last week a husky stu- dent stood in the middle of the gymna- sium floor, reading a comic book and guf- fawing spasmodically for several minutes. Wondering what brought out his blatant show of questionable intellect, I sided up to see what was so interesting. To my surprise, it was not Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny or Superman tLat held his in- terest....…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 5

… --, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 THE MICHTG A N Tl A TT.V PAGE FIVEI '"T M C TU A ATa- -...as'.. .AU. . al.pT l'4.l" .U7 £U. L . .P1~ 'V s CAAL 1' i " ru Girl-bid Dance Will Be Given Tomorrow in League Ballroom Snowmen To Provide Wintry Atmosphere; Hawaiian Club To Perform at Intermission Freddie Martin and Vocalist Join TKE's for J-Hop Breakfast HARVARD GOES COED: _t a Et * * * * * * "Wintermezzo," annual girl-bid dance given by ...…

February 16, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

… :wm THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 r4 ' 1' second Canadian Invasion Menaces 'M' Ice Record U A OU AT ~ ~EA T AOT TIMCE lJP /ML 7A~ MOSTORCACEUA LE IN SAIR- CZECHOSL0VAKIA. AT A AEBEWE IU" AN RICTO. Ohio House May ProbeJ OSU Sports Larkins Invites MoneyInquiry COLUMBUS, Ohio -(A')- The Ohio House got a request yester- day to investigate the athletic de- partment of Ohio State University -termed "the graveyard of foot- ba...…

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