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March 02, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1948 THE MICHIGAN D A ILY .......... . .. . ............ .. . . . .................. . . . . . . . .. . ..................... . - - - ---------- Wolverinesto owa 51 -35 To Take CageCrown O1d 'M' Stars In Jui'K IIBITZTG By DICK KIRAUS Daily Sports Editor Team Moms Mi chigan Scores Double KO Baseball Practice Lund, B1anchardI Dapper Work Out With WoIverine Aspirant Batsmen g7 Watch Cagers In Netting Grvid, Cour tl...…

March 03, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…94 TIlE MICIADN ILiAY MS wimmers Face Spartans Friday Night MSC Seeks Initial Win Over Wolverines Michigan's powerful swimming team will put its unblemished rec- ord on the line this Friday night when the Wolverines take on i Michigan State's natators in the East Lansing pool. Though the meet will be anti- climatic after the OSU affair last weekend, it should supply some excellent spectator material. Seibold, holder of the NCAA freshman recor...…

March 04, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

…THE MTCHIGITiAIEY Cagers Receive NCAA Tournament Bid I Three Teams To Pace Field In Conference Track Meet This week end's Western Con- ference track meet in Champaign isn't going to be the run-away that it was last year-not by a long shot. Any thoughts as to the pos- sibility of a repeat ,performance of the lop-sided fllini victory van- ished several months ago with the ineligibility of Messrs. Reh- berg and Vranek. There have even, been w...…

March 05, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

…FRDAY, MAi , 1948 TIE MICHIGAN DAILY TOUGH ON TRIJ Mcdmen See Action in BigCinMeetiM'Road __......._,i ___1. p T o B ig N PAGE TU1~t PS: Victories Pave Way ne Basketball Title Pucksters Host to MichiganI Tech in Two Game SeriesI Swimmers Set Keen Predicts Seven Team For Tilts With Strugole for Big Nine Titlie MSC, Wildcats -----_ The final curtain will ring down on the 1947-48 hockey sea- son this weekend when Michigan's NCAA-bound skaters...…

March 06, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…)AY, MARCU6, 19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Grapplers Gain Edge for Grown with Early A-* A A A& _A_ A ,Ai _l_ 14, SSkaters Notch 7-4 Victory over Michigan Tech Cacek, Grant, Renfrew Score Two Goals Each in Wild Battle Jack McDonald Guards Nets Impressively, Amasses 39 Saves Against Tech Shooters 'M Five Set For Revenge On Spartans State Tops I ii i, sows Powe By SY SONKIN In the wildest hockey game seen here this season, Michigan took an ea...…

March 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…{iIh t ICIiC-ADAISY Freshmen To FEZ Enter Finals of S Law Contest Devo double The freshman finals in the Law drama School Case Club competition will Wedne be argued at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow Lydia1 and Tuesday in the Practice Court a mati Room of Hutchins Hail. Saturd The twelve final contestants will Stud( argue the question of the consti- and sp tutionality of the Michigan Com- ;ent H munity Properties Act and will Aeneas present specific quest...…

March 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

…-TtYESDATV7AIR0f TI?4 t~~~IEJMCfl-NDAL cgaaces Holy Cross zirst ]VGA A &Con MANN-SIZE) JOI:. Swim Squad Faces Stiff Fiht in Conference Meet _Q Elliotts Honored In Hanle Town The Elliott brothers, Bump and Pete, of Michigan sports fame, had their "day" yester- day as they were feted in their home town, Bloomington, Ill. A gigantic testimonial dinner last night climaxed the day's Championship 0p&ener Pi's Colunibia Againitk Aoach Cowles 1 ...…

March 10, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

…Y, MARCH 10, 194,8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY NC/AA CAGE FORECAST: Holy Cross Dangerous Outfiti-McCaslin Ho1 gate Takes Jichigan,_OSU Vie for Tank Title Coaching Job _ At Hillsdale ,o; 1 * . t "n____ ** Ii .. ,,, By BEV BUSSEY Take it from forward Boyd Mc- Caslin, Holy Cross, the first NCAA obstacle for the t icigancagers. asa powerful, (laiwler~iou tfi t Only twu short years0' wue11 MeCaslin played a lot of bask' - ball for Coach Ozzie Cowlhs a...…

March 11, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

…- ~ u~u~,u J -JXJL J& IkkAALA-W AW" Aw r+ - Buckeyes Block Swiimners Road to Conference Crown Michigan Sprint Relay Teamt Holds Answer To Championship Question in Big Nine MceL IM'Cindermen Strong Threat fit Reltty Meet Wolverine Gym Team Ready For Weekend Conference Meet (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last in a series of three articles dealing with the forthcoming western Con- ference swimming championships and Michigan's chances of dethro...…

March 12, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…FR-,AY,- ilW cii 121-1943 THE~MiHi.iAN DALY, Son's Death Kept from Lone Survivor of Crash Two Stranded of7n l-uron Tce PORT SANILAC, Mich., Marc' WHERE DID THE HOLE COME FROM?' Donut Descended from Fried Dutch Dougch GrIand Jr, y TIdiets Garsson Brothers on Swindling Charge CHICAGO, March 11 - (U')- A badly burned 33 year old mother -the lone survivor-remained in critical condit ion today unaware her son met flaming death in the crash o...…

March 13, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

…IS4TIYerAYinesH 3, 1948 Wolverine THE MICHIGAN D0AIL Y Retain * * Ldad in C( * * * * * * :M'Gym, Track Teams atChicago fereiice Swim Butckeyes TI ailiiig11By Six ISi Points; Four Records FIdI I Ioi[ay (Only Sllec4 'i'?.4lc I f lIde er;, iaize aii l iteMedley Relay Shattersi Recordt E w ~schc Loken Squad In Conference Tests Today Michigan's high-flying gymnas- tic squad, well rested after a smashing. twin victory over Chi- cago and W...…

March 14, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…r :._M .r -N- - r --_-__ Prof. Vincent To Appear In TV at Detroit ' Iet Propulsion' To Be Topic of Talk Prof. Edward T. Vincent of the mechanical engineering depart- ment will be the second faculty member to appear before the tele- vision cameras of WWJ-TV in De- troit, when he gives an illustrated talk on "Jet Propulsion" at 6:301 p.m. today. Prof. Vincent worked with the American navy on the develop- ment of jet propulsion during the war, a...…

March 16, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

….- TIMDAY-, MAflCO-1K- l48 THE MVIICHIGAN IiAILY Intramural Boxers Battle in All-Campus S emifinals < JUST PLAIN 'SUIPEY': High-Scoring Cage Ace To Play in His'Backyard' By PRES HOLMES Suprunowicz from Schenectady! No, we aren't trying to promott another phony tongue-twister, thiti Is on the level. As is the custom in this modern day and age, how- ever ,the statement has been tele- scoped to just "Supey." Mack Suprunowicz, cat-like for...…

March 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Seven Boxers Gain IM Finals) Crisler's Sudden Gridiro Resignation Stuns Campus Tomasi, Chappuis Express Amazement As Late Call to Daily Touches Things Off Ii 11 Sports Round-Up I I I-;;- Crisler... (Continued from Page 1) and will include among other things a new swimming pool. On the site of the present Hockey Coliseum a new tennis pa- vilion with 20 new courts is planned. Crisler went on to say that these po...…

March 18, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Faces Holy Cross Cagers Tonight Hoop Nationals To .Be Broadcast Local basketball fans will get a chance' to hear the Wolver- ine-Holy Cross NCAA clash to- night when John Rich of WHRV takes to the airwaves at 9:30 p.m. Rich will utilize the facilities obtained from the American Broadcasting Company by Ned Irish, tournament director. Fol- lowers of the Michigan cagers throughout the...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…19, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY UNAMERICAN ACTIVITIES': State Senator To Investigate Communist Activity at MSC LANSING, March 18-(AP)-Sen ator Matthew F. Callahan (R Detroit) served notice today tha he would conduct a Communis hunt at Michigan State College Callahan said he understooc there was a "Communist Club" a the college and stated he woul ask MSC president John A. Han nah to explain the situation t4 the Senate "Un-American Activi Enginee...…

March 20, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

…MARCHI20,1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAGE -~ ~ ~-~---- -- -- - - -,~- - -- ----~ -~ a- - :Ml-Columbia Met in NCA4Consolation Tonight Last Chance for Cage Team To Bring Back Garden Win GrapplersWll SPRING' FEVER iT7s )D1 [EUR: 'Match Talents Big Nine Showing Makes Evans OlympicProspect The Future . . By IRWIN ZUCKER Michigan's basketball team will get another crack at a Madison - Square Garden victory tonight when it battles Columbia in ...…

March 21, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1948 THE MI(. p ____ ___ i_ with MARY STEIN To anyone who, like us, has worn out a record of "The Anni- versary Song" or has seen "The Jolson Story" two or three times, listening to Al Jolson's radio show is disillusionment. In fact we don't advise tuning in on the Thursday night show un- less you can arrange it so you only hear Jolson's singing. The rest of the show is not only unentertaining-laughs few and far between-but...…

March 23, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…TPUESDAY, M~A LCI 23, 19,18 F THE MICIIGAN DAILY I- Open House To Feature Huge Sports Program NCAA Tank Meet Attracts 175 Natators 33 Colleges Sending TopiSwimmers Here 'What a meet this is going to be!" That's what Matt Mann en- thusiastically terms the NCAA swimming meet to be held in the Michigan pool this Thursday Fri- day and Saturday. From Bowdoin, Southern Cali- fornia, Wyoming, Texas A. & M. and schools all over the country, mor...…

March 24, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 122) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1948' THE MICHIGAN DAILY Heart Bid Ball To Be Held by fssembly Saturd( ay fpril, 1? Suitable Clothes Prescribed For Afternoon Walks in Arb As every young lady wants to be properly attired for any occasion, the Michigan coed's wardrobe is not complete without clothes for Sunday afternoon walks in the Arb. In most fashion discussions, one starts with the hat and works down, but for the Arb, the order is reversed. At ...…

March 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, M'AR CH 25, 1948 THlE M ICHIIG AN DAILY A.-A swimming M'1eet Starts Here Michigati Thinclads To Make Strong Bid in Purdue Relays The fmnai' of tii indoor t season at the Purdue Relays will see Michigan in its strongest bid for mid-western prominence. One again at full strength the Wolverines will be facing a vir- tual duplication of the talent they met several weeks ago at the Con- ference meet at Champaign. The Maize and B...…

March 27, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…GB 27~194~TIIIFMICHIGAN 17JjjY .. olverines Mn tin Iiea ( in I, CA A Swim teet f; * * * IT'S ALL ON ICE: Gacek Nets Longest Shot In Colorado Ice History By B. S. BROWN Wally Gacek's 130-foot shot in the overtime period against Bos- ton College in the NCAA hockey tournament at Colorado Springs last week was the longest ever seen at the Broadmoor Ice Pal- ace. It was even more amaing when k the officials announced that goalie Jack McD...…

March 28, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 126) • Page Image 3

…[ARCH 28, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SINGING SINCE 1879: Choral Union, Ex Messiah. Club, Ready for Festival I Each Tuesday night 350 stud- ents and townsfolk forget their routine tasks and turn to some- thing nearer to their collective hearts-music. They are members of the Choral Union. UAnd right now, they're getting ready for the May Festival and the opportunity to sing with the Phil- adelphia Orchestra. Last Decem- ber, they presented two ...…

March 30, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

…RCH 30, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAOE Z THE RAINS CAME: Oosterbaan Starts Football Practice With Clean Slate } Head Coach Benny Oosterbaan, bundled inside a huge inner-lined raincoat, looked around at approximately 125 candidates digging their cleats into the Ferry Field mud, and quipped "Tradition has been broken. It's raining in Ann Arbor before 6 o'clock." It was a standing joke that it never rained around these parts, until football pract...…

March 31, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 128) • Page Image 3

…WEDNSDA~TM1Li% l1, i1918 TIE MICTHIGAN DAILY p Michigan Mermen To Make id for Natimnal AAU Title Net Prospects Good-Dixon Michigan mnernwen will seek t>o add the National AAU crown to their Western Conference and NCAA titles tlis weekend, as the annual meet gets uderway at the Payne Whitney pools in New Tia v- en, Conn. Although CaCh MatI Mann Is officially declared thatthe season ~as Over and th( ia Al's world be an added trip for the ...…

March 02, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Unfair Elliott Decision rfHE DECISION OF the Western Confer- ence faculty representatives on Bump Elliott's eligibility comes as a great shock. With this ruling one of the last vestiges of the belief that collegiate football belongs to the men who play it, disappears. It is deplorable that men supposedly representing the best interests of intercollegiate athletics should be guilty of the selfishness and un- fairness which ...…

March 03, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

…THE MRICHIGAN DAILY Distortion and Venom I IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE all right. About time, when a foolish little man can turn part of our "supreme" representa- tive body into .a mouthpiece for his own distorted views. Rep. J. Parnell Thomas, (Rep., N.Y.) has declared through his committee for-the- preservation-of-the-American - way - of-life (sub-commitee of the Un-American Activ- ities Committee), that Dr. Edward U. Con- don, atomic scientis...…

March 04, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 106) • Page Image 4

…_. " ' + i! i: -.C.rte ' - "'"-_ r _ L IT SO HAPPENS... * Thanks Awfully w Blut No Thanks ONE OF OUR FAVORITES English in- structors lost his watch; a very favorite watch, in fact, his only watch, and was over- joyed when he discovered that it had been turned in at the lost and found. He learned the name of the young man, an engine stu- dent- who had returned it and sent him a reward. But promptly in the return mail he receiv- ed the mone...…

March 05, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 107) • Page Image 4

…°_THE MICHIGAN DAILY PRA Open Letter to the Regents TODAY A RESOLUTION will come before your board which should be studied very carefully. The resolution calls for a clarifi- cation and possible liberalization of a by- law which bars political speakers from Uni- versity property. This resolution was drawn up by the committee governing student affairs, which is composed of an equal number of faculty members and students. The committee worked ...…

March 06, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 108) • Page Image 4

…._._____ _____.....,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -U . Vital Election Date ITALY'S ALL-IMPORTANT general elec- tion is only six weeks away and the fev- erish political activity reported from that urlhappy land indicates that no ordinary issues are at stake. The Italian voters must make a vitally important decision, the result of which will affect not only Italy, but the world, for years to come. They see the world being split into two armed camps and must...…

March 07, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

…TIME CIHGcAN DAILY Dascola - "DON'T LET PREJUDICE of any kind in- fluence your decision." Thus was charged the jury that found Dominic Dascola not guilty of discriminat- ing against William Grier because of his color. Grier said after the decision that the facts speak for themselves. They do. An able prosecution, a fair judge and 'a good case made no impression on the six citizens of Ann Arbor who dispensed "jus- tice" to Dominic Dascola. Pro...…

March 09, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 110) • Page Image 4

…___ ________ ' kn~Mi~iiiGN fAiLi7 < IT SO HAPPENS... *kInit Otte -- B u 11 Army Comes Through (UR WOMEN'S AUXILIARY grad house correspondent has relayed to us the following telephone conversation, with fic- tionized names "for the protection of her sources." The coed speaks first. "Helllo, is Johnny there?" "Johnny is out of town. This is Major Mallory. Would you like to leave a mes- sage?" "No, that wouldn't help. I mean, you don't kni...…

March 10, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, A M 16_ I fi t WNwfcv . Ai XII.U # 11 .t A -"k Na /-14 - - - 0lF swimming Hole FIVE THOUSAND UNIVERSITY women swim in a Saturday night bath tub. Sounds ridiculous? But that's about what women's swimming facilities at Bar- bour Gym amount to. Back in 1897 when the 20-feet square tank was built, it filled the needs of the 200 coeds at the Uni- versity admirably. But that was over half a century ago. In the int...…

March 11, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

… I 4fIt~tL PFiaiUI4; A QUICK LOOK-SEE at college papers around the country in the past week tells us that America's student population has reacted with shock and indignation to the Czech coup and the resulting clamps on academic freedom. But a searching look at the campus here uncovers nothing more than a passive indif- ference, and this is one of the leading uni- versities in the country. We've got a network of political action groups on ca...…

March 12, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 113) • Page Image 4

…THE MITCHTGAN DATLY FRIDAY, " w6wo"I W Barbershop Boycott Active Democracy THE BROADER CONVICTION which un- derlies the current IRA boycott against the Dascola barbershop cuts directly through the morass of sophistries which are pre- sented as arguments against the action. No one who sincerely believes in democracy can question the action without compromising his ideals. An honest faith in democracy requires much more than a sterile obje...…

March 13, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 114) • Page Image 4

…,v, rvoun THIti ICUITCANDAILY University Purchasing Agent is TowI's Bgefst; Sj)ender By KE N I)WE Wil ter L. lt I tbick probably SPVndS oro l mOney th~a1i anyone else in to,. a distinction which is made more fascinating by the fact that most of the money doesn't belong to him at all. Bulbick is Purchasing Agent of the University.} In this capacity, he oversees the expenditure of approximately WAA Petitions Will Be' De A t Noon nTodlay The...…

March 14, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 115) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IT SO HAPPENS... 4 Quick Exit Bare Facts A CERTAIN staff assistant in the East Quad was, until very recently, in the habit of walking between his room and the shower room in a costume consisting solely of a towel draped over his left arm. One of the favorite pranks of the fresh- men on his floor was to call out suddenly, "Why hello, Mrs. ," while he was in transit. The staffman, thinking that the house director was nearby...…

March 16, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 116) • Page Image 4

…- li .t' MYDA-Czech Stand Recognition Due ALTHOUGH they haven't changed their name to the University Communists In- corporated, or adjusted their constitution on an absolutely pro-Soviet level, MYDA has made the move that stamps them as Communist through and through. In upholding the Communist coup in C zechoslovakia, they have shown their will- ingness to support the CP in whatever action she takes-legal or extra-legal. No more must Univers...…

March 17, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 117) • Page Image 4

…fl1E MICHIGAN flAILY New 'Superman' ; *E HEARST NEWSPAPERS have laun- ched Gen. MacArthur as THEIR can- didate for President. One look at a typical edition is enough to prove that "Fightin' Doug" has joined Steve Kenyon, Blondie, the Phantom and all the rest of their reg- ularly syndicated comics. The MacArthur measles broke into an editorial rash all over Page 1 and Page 2 of the Sunday Detroit Times under these large headlines: "MacArthur...…

March 18, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 118) • Page Image 4

…r THE ii l- MAIT~7N iTX Illl.i 1in1 Y b ..... ............. .... ...U - W4 S** *j ta. AstuS, -- - Truman Speech lietter Arileril (dive UST HOW GULLIBLE are people ex- pected to be? Yesterday, President Truman informed Congress that we had supported freedom and the UN in every instance since the end of the war, but the gravity of the world situation requires immediate House passage of ERP, and swift action by both chambers on UMT and tem...…

March 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR Tl IC HT4 N 1ATIW iknyv a ay as -' lea y ...11i f V 'd 11 l - i! 1 y 1 ZY "y' a'aw~c as3 a swu e WW What Price Democracy? THE BIG SPLIT over Truman's speech is not simply a matter of action or inaction, as so many of the President's adherents assume. It's more a division of time and ideals. Truman's camp has left behind-forgotten or ignored - the standards which the other side still is following. The question is whether the tim...…

March 20, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

…ThF 1 7ril. i it:;N ifv_ I ~%~nt~v, MARf~ 2~. 1948 . ............ . ....................... ........ .................... ... i I'D RATHER BE RIGHT: Leaping Too Soon By SAMUEL GRAFTON HERE WAS MISSING in President Tru- man's speech any suggestion as to what would satisfy him, what would satisfy us, what measures on the part of Russia would end the crisis. The President in effect, pre- sented a plan for what he hoped would meet the crisis...…

March 21, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN r) A TI N 4 SUNDAY. R X 1441 _. .-- _ _ ... .L ~.__Z_ .IT.RE..J_.. - - - .--i- -,TaC11 Vai /d L#AJa%* I, U.S. Palestine Decision More Reasonable j'E DECISION of the United States to scuttle its policy toward Palestine has been aptly described by Representative Klein as "the most terrible sell-out of the common people since Munich." The fact that a more reasonable and justifiable al- ternative has been substituted for parti...…

March 23, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…PROEF FUR THE MICITIGJN DAILY r i FOREIGN OPINIONS: 'U' Hungarian Students Describe Life in Balkans (EDIATOR'S NOTE: This is the sec- ond in a series of articles on what European students at the University think of the international situation.) By ANDEE SEEGER Balkan life, with its puppet gov- ernments, controlled parties, pris- Ca npu Calendar JGP-Women interested in ush- ering meet at 7 p.m. in Lydia Men- delssohn Theatre. Senior Ball C...…

March 24, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 122) • Page Image 4

…Tfl1~ 1~TICflIGA7N DAILY I WEflNESDAY, MAROff 24, 1~ Approach of Easter Turns rhoughts to New Wardrobe 'New Look' Is 'Neat Look' New French, British Imports Stress Uh-tra-Feinine /Apprel By SYLVIA FOLZ With Easter on the threshold, thoughts once again turn to-.a new spring outfit, with femininity the predominating note in clothes. Capes, long full skirts with a whisper of ruffled petticoats, and suits with soft lines are the newest sty...…

March 25, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

… j - JL J" JL Tragedy's Finale? FOUR MONTHS AGO, partition was hailed as the only possible answer to the Pal- estine problem. Last week without an oppor- tunity for proving itself, it was scuttled to prevent "chaos." The excuse is utter non- sense, if not a barefaced lie. Warren Austin, the American delegate to the Security Council, understood to be speaking under the orders of President Tru- man, urged trusteeship to replace partition. But ...…

March 27, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SSATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1948 D .. .ids...Come.. Orchestra To Tour Cities in U.S., Canada France To Send Famous Group 'The United States will be on the receiving end next fall when France sends her Orchestra Na- tional on an extensive tour to at least 26 major U.S. and Canadian cities including Ann Arbor.. The first European Symphony to make an American tour since 1920, the Orchestra National, con- ducted by Charles Munch wi...…

March 28, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 126) • Page Image 4

…THlE MICHIGAN DlAILY SUNDAY. MAUIf i M~h ---W r e .1 04 1 w f 1e1 a LL il N .l (P !D F c . Slanted Radio News "G ENL.MACARTHUR is a great man who believes in Christianity and our way of life, who if called upon to be our president would become one of the greatest leaders and crusaders of all times, etc. Get this over. Again and again and again." This is a memorandum which G. A. Rich- ards, owner of Radio Station WJR in Detroit sent to n...…

March 30, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

…A: P r C XouM, TIFF M i C- ANiDA~L Y Iflufli-flAr. Tii-AJZIA Fl ---------------- -I SPRING PROPHECY: Students Foresee Coup By French Commilunists (EDITOt'S NOTE: This is the last of a series of articles on what foreign students at the University think of the international situation.) By ANDEE SEEGER An attempted Communist coup in France is predicted for late spring, by two University students Poet Roethke To Read Work Theodore Roethke, ...…

March 31, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 128) • Page Image 4

… THE MICHIGAN DlAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31.1~t,18 1, .s. 11 i ¢.ns .vyvaa¢ ..u. f T 1 .R37R AIVVli Jl, AO'l0 t I - "Era of Humanity "HUE PEOPLE of the earth having agreed that the age of nations must end and the era of humanity begin . ." With this introduction, was issued the first concrete constitution for the creation of a World Republic, drafted by a dis- tinguished committee headed by Robert Hutchins, Chancellor of the University of ...…

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