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March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…PRESERVING POCKETBOOKS See Page 4 Y LwFA6 E3 u111t c U Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 129 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1949 __________________________________________________________________ -I, RAIN, WINDY PRICE FIVE CENTS Bevin in U.s. For Atlantic Pact, Si in Taft Says Treaty May Inc ite Wfar WASHINGTON - (AP) - Brit- ish Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin, having run an egg-and-tomato barrage in New York, arrived ...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCIII "ll WHE MICHIGAN STORY: Schools of Applied Sciences,. Arts DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 1) tory through the gift of the "Sag- inaw Forest" on Liberty St. DURING THE next two decades the newly - formed department grew steadily in numbers, influ- ence and prestige. Prof. Roth proved to be an inspiring force until his resignation in 1912 to accept a post at Cornell. But joy followed gl...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAI . .IL i. y #..w..L s r 4 A'a JLJ .#. 'AIN'T SO: Swallow Legend Blasted By ' Mseum1 Curator By DAVE THOMAS Just as spring has come to Ann Arbor, so have the swallows come back to Capistrano. But the fable that they have mysteriously arrived on the same date for the past 170 years, as re- cently celebrated in the nation's press, is nothing but just that-a fable. AT LEAST SO SAID Prof. Jos- selyn Van Tyne, curator of b...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THTURSDAY, MARCH 31, 194 Preserving Pocketbooks Purchase Plan FATER REVIEWING the long lines of stu- dents buying NSA's Purchase Cards yes- terday, it seems strange to be today urging students to purchase more cards. However, in order to be effective, the cards must be put in the hands of as large a number of students as is possible. The theory behind the Purchase Card sys- tem is best explained by analogy: If I alone ...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY New Plan To Aid Future Rushees Panhellenic Approves Special Program; Counselors To Extend Advice to Coeds (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of articles explaining the aims, and functioning of the Pan- hellenic Counseling Plan. Tomorrow's article will tell how counselors are! selected and trained.° By JEAN RUSS Panhellenic Association has vot- d by a large majority to use a rushee c...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUJRSDAY, 11 TALKING SHOP with Bud Weidenthal associate sports editor Tidbits of sports chosen and chewed in the spring air: Dominic Tomasi, last year's football captain has been offered the coaching spot at Detroit's Catholic Central high school, a perennial state power. The diminutive gridder, who played four varsity years for the M Vaize and Blue, is undecided as to his plans following graduation from 2ngineering sc...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

… "I :CT 31, 1949 THE MICIGAN DAILY iaa a - . aa'V iat)rax" 1l F'Y1L1 ra a a v - llTracCrowns De term inedl INTO THE HOME STRETCH: Wenley, Lloyd,Sig Eps Lead I-M Race Fellowship Dominates Indoor Meet By HERB NEIL Placing in every event except the 880 yard run, Michigan Christian Fellowship won the In- dependent Indoor track meet with 341 points last night at Yost Field House. The Newman Club finished sec- ond with 27 points, while Forest...…

March 31, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

…THE MICIGAN DATLY TuRSDAY, MARCH FLY TO CLEVELAND: Students ill Make Trip For UNESCOMeeting Sixty University students will fly to Cleveland Friday to attend the Second National Conference of the U.S. Committee for UNESCO. Under the auspices of the School of Education a four engine plane has been chartered to make a trip. MEMBERS OF THE University group, the majority of whom are in the School of Education, have been given credentials by the...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 1

…RESPONSIBLE STUDENTS See Page 4 POT Latest Deadline in the State AV att 4 ly CLOUDY VOL. LIX, No. 128 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS S S I Houses Will Hear Campus Candidates SL, Class Office Seekers To Speak Dorms, fraternities, sororities and co-ops will open their doors to all candidates for Student Leg- islature and Senior Class officers. Assembly, Panhel, East and West Quadrangle have given th...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WtIEDNTSDA , NM ..,. LOCAL VIEWPOINT: MedisGiveVaried Replies To Army's 'Reenlist' Plea By DON KOTITE An Army Medical Corps appeal for former ASTP and V-12 stu- dents to "realize their moral obli- gation" and re-enlist in the armed forces has prompted a variety of opinions from affected men on campus. Ranging from a complete favor' to partial sympathies and outright denials of the plea, sentiments were obtained from you...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 3

…&RCU ~, ~949THE MICIIIGI E3aliplayers, Gofr Re-ady for Fisher Places 17 Mci,1 4O Training T rip Rosier Wolverine baseball coach Ray Fisher yesterday named 17 men to make the southern training trip. The list, incluides six pitchers, two (-,tchers, six; infielders and tree otileregtof them lettermen iroirn last 50115011. STILL I1 N( Clc/'AIN abilout sey- Frosli 1"a" Nine Year' Old Relay R"'Cecord. Michigatn's middle-distance dynasty Of pro...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY W *. M R SP 14 _ _ _._ Responsible Students T WAS WITH A REAL sense of pride that the Student Legislature's delegates par- ticipated in the Centennial Symposium on Student Government at Wisconsin last week -a sense of pride because it was apparent that Michigan stands head and shoulders above most other universities in various phases of Student Government. Particularly striking was the fact that the University administr...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 5

…inaepenaents Will Fill Top Board Offices Petitions are due at 5 p.m. Wed- nesday, April 13, for all positions on the Assembly Executive Board. Next fall the duties of second vice-president of Assembly and treasurer will be combined under the office of treasurer. Assembly Association secretary has charge of all expenditures and revenues and is responsible for compiling all budgets submitted to her by members of the Executive Board. These budget...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 6

…_____ _____ _____ ____T ICIH1GAN iDAilly r 1 t++; t ei , F Y: Lowdown on All Art Media Will Boe Souo-ht by Council DESPITE -COMPETITION: Future Bright for W illow Run Airport What is art, why is art and how?-that is the question. The newly formed Inter-Arts Council is out to track down the answer. Various groups from the art,. architecture and music schools, assisted by the play writ- ing, play production, modern dance and ballet group hav...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 7

…WVElNESD~AY, MARCH 30, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE; - - --------- THE MICHIGAN STORY: 'U' roessio 6al Schools,, ASSOCIATEDPRS Ro WCntinv 'd frrorn Pae 1I liam W. Cook, a former student, anno inced that he would give the law school a new building. Be- tween 1929 and 1933 three new buildings were completed - the present Law Quadrangle ---- the John P. Cook Building, the Wil- liam WV' Cook Legal Research Li- brary and Hutchins Hall. Thes...…

March 30, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 128) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BRASS POUNDING': Hand Telegraphy Dying Out' What's Upin theDorms By JACK BARENSE The once prospering occupation of "brass pounding" is in its dy- ing phases; according to one of Ann Arbor's few remaining vet- erans of manual telegraphy. E. D. Whitesell, manager of the Ann Arbor Western Union, decid- ed back in 1903 to become a tele- graph operator. He said that in those days one of the best ways to see the still young Wes...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…NSA CONFERENCE See-Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State tii CLOUDY, COOLER VOL. LIX, No. 127 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Government Chaotic, Says Prof. Pollock Executive Lack Of Control Cited "The government in Washing- ton is completely out of control," Prof. James K. Pollock, a mem- ber of the Hoover commission for the reorganization of the govern- ment, told a meeting of the Mich- igan Exchange clu...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

…wo THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUJESDAY, I Inn, THE MICHIGAN STORY: Five University Schools Deal With Art of Healing DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 1) graduate of the school to later serve as its head. During its century of existence, the Michigan School of Medicine has been a pioneer and leader- demonstrating countless tech- niques which subsequently have become standard in American medicine. Dental School ... FOUNDED IN 1875, t...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, MATRCH 29, 1949 HTE MICHIGAN D-,,! Y SpringFootball Dratws Laree 04 Turnout APSPORT FLASHES GREENSBORO, N.C. - Sammy bail will be dead after the free Snead of White Sulphur Springs, throw attempt and the offended W.V.. defeated Lloyd Mangrum of team then will take it out of Chicago by two strokes yesterday bounds at ceniter court. in their 18 hole playoff for the I Greensboro Open golf tournament to get the top prize of $2,000. N...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, M NSA Con D ESPITE THE FACT that most campus wheels developed flat tires over the weekend, the National Student Association Michigan Regional Convention arrived at solutions for many student problems. Twenty out of a possible hundred Student Legislature members and candidates were present while NSAyers picked out the prob- lems the student leader finds when he faces students, administrators and faculty men. To su...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAQE m Assembly Board Posts Open To Junior, Senior Women WAA Leaders To Di SENIORS TheOff11iail Unive ,rsity 1111 scuss EDITOR'S NOTE: Tbis is the first of a series of articles discussing the duties of members of the Executive Board of Assembly Association. By LEE KALTENBACH Petitioning is now open for po- sitions on Assembly Association Executive Board of 1949-1950. Posts open to junior and senior women include presi...…

March 29, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 127) • Page Image 6

…PAGE. SIX TE AT-IC IGAUSSAALY TUESDAY. i r c. 1 Ir I t Swinton Cites Correspondent' Requirements Stresses Background In Country's Affairs "You must know the language, the politics and the people of the nation or area you are covering if you are going to gather and inter- pret the news accurately and ef- fectively," Stan Swinton, '40, said in yesterday's journalism lecture. According to the former chief of the Associated Press' Southeast A...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 1

…DEFLATION See Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State Daii4 RAIN, CLOUDY VOL. LIX, No. 126 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Photo Finish Seen In Regent's Race Republican, Democratic Candidates Voice Replies to Daily Questions By DICK MALOY Daily City Editor Veteran political observers see a tight race in the April 4 primary for the two vacancies on the University Board of Regents. Republican candidates are Alfr...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE RMICHIGCAN DAILY FA IIflSOTPhOCLES.: Intighlrihsfthe fey It' a aseof :a stundettminister- ing to studenc ts ati, the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Fa te oho sM."Sophlocles, who has been the cOrthoidox pari;h priest for the parst five years, ~hopes to i, zi, his Ph.D. in history this .June. THlE FATHER was sent to Ann Arbor in 1.944 to minister to the dents te ot-Mantreet chrhadhehdhshal li!1. ] C11;1 7adfull Ier sce1(. The O...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 3

…SIhNDA ,1%MARcM I21, i94 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE Regents Candidates Quizzed Running for Board Positions (Continued from Page 1) students for taking responsibility.1 FALK-I believe it would be the Communist Party I regard as such an issue. in my. opinion, should stand large- ly on their own feet, with the definite understanding that to the extent that private funds and re- search foundations established by business and individuals are ...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 4

…OUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY U v V II-1l L1 1, I~lfaw16Va11 Deflation WHILE THE COST of living rages on at gan all time high, and even decent hous- ng remains beyond the reach of millions of .amilies, the American consumer breathless- ly watches reports that the price index is falling. Each time a Washington economist announces an adjustment in comodity costs, the nations journals scream the news across their front pages. "The new era of DEFLAT...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 5

…fTYNTMA'Y, IMARCIT 27, 1911 TIE TMICliAN T Nl Eight Posts Open On PanhelBoard Petitions for Positions Due April 18, LeagueActivities Will Aid New President Sports Club To Organize Tomorrow The Women's Athletic Associa- Board Opens Petitioning All independent ,.phomort and junior women a Qe l il Io peti- "ion now for oit"^ion A m- bly Board fur 1949-i950. Sigma Delta Tau's Skit Takes 'Hillelzapoppin' Contest Honors EDI'TORL'S NOTE: This...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

…THIE MICHIGAN Pi 1LY SLt. 1.11, iMAX t 21 ;C'794k Go phzers 5FEdge Illinois, 52-si, Jb rGymnasi I Crown 4 Barthell-~is Twice as,- Places T h' d By CAL KLYMNAN Minnesota's Gophers agair proved their gymnastic super iority over the Western Conference yes- terday but were pressed all the way by an ambitious Illini aggre- gation in the Big Nine champion- ships held at the I-M Building. The determined N or t h men, barely edged the Indians, 52...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 7

…THE -IMOCAN DA LY PAGCW I ESION B UL LSESN by b. s. brown, sports editor C OLLEGIATE BASKETBALL has its opportunity to put oil some- thing of a "new look" riext year With the Rules Committee of th< National Association of Baskel~tball Coaches meeting today and to- morrow to decide on the proposed changes of the 116 cage mentors who are confabbing out in Scattle, the conflict between conrtiol-typt hall-handling 4and the fast-moving clubs w...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MRK2~14 President Voices Assembly's Views Regents Confirm Appointment 'Of Eight to UniversityFaculty The Board of Regents approved eight appointments to the Uni- versity faculty at a meeting yes- terday. At the same meeting, gifts to- taling $14,901.70 were accepted; the largest being a $5,000 dona- tion from Parke, Davis and Co. of Detroit to continue research ont the immunization of tuberculosis.t THE NEW FACUL...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 9

…MAY FESTIVAL SUPPLEMENT wY Lw ga Dai4 MAY FESTIVAL SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1949 Now Ten Soloists To Star in 1949 May Festival I 3_.. Choral Group 'Will Be Led By Johnson When Thor Johnson comes to the University as one of the fou conductors of the May Festival he'll be on home grounds-where he organized the Little Symphon in 1938 and served as Choral Un- ion conductor. Johnson, who will temporarily leav...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 10

…THlE MTCTTIGAN DAILY SUNAY, MARCU -127, 191 N1EVER A DULL MOMENT': Staff Trio Lays Festival Groundworkil Dr. Sink Recalls Great " SC It ' ~ P'is sh . * * 0 By MARY STEIN There's more to a May Festival concert than meets the eye and ear-the three staffers who work year-round behind the scenes at the Musical Society's Burton Tow- er~ offices can vouch for that. They are the local Grover Whal- ens who welcome visiting artists at station a...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 11

…THE M-1 (IN XWL i T ilitrtlr- Tanri Williams IN FESTIV AL FINALE: Pia- Tassinari Will Make Local Debut (.) Appearing for the first time in the May Festival is Pia Tassinari, brilliant Metropolitan Opera So- prano. Miss Tassinari will appear with Eugene Ormandy and the Phila-1 delphia Orchestra in the last con- cert May 8. ACCLAIMED by the American press as "an artist of intensityl and purest vocal timber" and "reminiscent of Lucrezia Bori...…

March 27, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 126) • Page Image 12

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY" 1941 - S MAT. MAAM 27. THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~TTNDAY MAk~ ~ In' . ,p vVL ula1* u/.Ci YVii NI/ iJX m a UNIVERSITY INUAL A'(\ IrczIF #**IVAL/ qtuert 4v the I MUSICf4L SOCIETY EUGENE ORM'ANDY, Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra THOR JOHNSON, Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra ALEXANDER HILSBERG, Associa te Conductor of the P~hiladelphia Orchestra MARGUER ITE HOOD, Conductor of the Festival You...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…I WORLD PEACE CONFERENCE See Page 4 Lj Swb 4Zjati4 CLOUDY, COLDER Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LIX, No. 125 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENT| 'M' Tankmen Behind OSU In Collegiates Weinberg Wins; Relay Team 2nd (Special to The Daily) CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Michi- gan's Dick Weinberg won the Na- tional Collegiate 50-yd. free style crown and Purdue's Keith Carter astounded the swimming world by upsetting ...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…MHE MICRIG-iAN DAILY SATURD~itiMA I "HE MICHIGAN STORY.: F tetwh Caiiioiial Vole Shows ill I~I'CSeIIt (~aibiiieL Litl' Plan Tooa Progre SS1V( Th T Ar-u. -" I t i-li r- 1-10d (Continued from Page 1) engineering college claimed that i the welfare of its students would be "jeopardized. ' 'Ine nku&Kcring continued witlh little decisive action taken either for or against the scheme, and President little grew. progress- ively more an...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, MARCH 26,~1949 THE MICH IAN iiAw :' my Wi Conference Gym Meet Opens Today Potential Starters Win First; Intrasquad TltBaseball m Tilt, 5- Seven Teams Entered: 1M' Among Cotene Coach Ray Fisher took advant- age of the best weather of the spring yesterday afternoon to take the Michigan baseball team out- doors for a 12 inning intrasquad game. A team which the veteran dia- mond mentor termed as a pos- sible first string blanke...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…'I tl t,, Itt I t A >R t 3ViAT,-Wtai tA 2$ 1 3S ..... . ........... . ........... J'orid Pecice CE,,ferciace U NDF.RSCO ED by blatant crie,; that it. rep:re>sentts :1 " ,nounling boIat'd for ('om- munilist prop)-a il1 1 ii n t~"(.IlaborA Ic ef- fort to disguise e d o ad ffort,", fhe much-publicized !Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace yesterday en- d1eavored to justify its calling. Nobody knows as yet what will be tde- ckled...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

…11AT1JirEA, tx Tv iRCU2, i19419 TW ti tA fiiiY ..... -- -------------- Chairman of Frosh Weekend Dance, Style Show Is Named QI f7 lt ;l ."tt(1 JOV('t ;IJV't. A JI irnittu ee, and . 111 ice 1 Ja Sit halve been) atllted genera!i and ue Sea's are hanidling pub- 2hairmien) of the F'shWeekenid licity. :,nlees which Wijll het ld Friday , Assisting the co-directors of the an1d atturday, Aprl t~ ..t Iii :f 'flyerview are Alice Hlouston, "'hile Cai...…

March 26, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

…SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY , SATURDAY, CHORAL UNION FINALE: Busch To Lead Chicago Symphony Concert Here I. Britain Slow To Accept German Culture---Gillies rt) 1 Fritz Busch, distinguished oper- atic and symphonic conductor, will make his first local appear- ance at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium as conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Tomorrow's concert will be the final program in the Choral Union season. current 'U' Will ...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…PENSION PLAN Llk Latest Deadline in the State i43Iaii4q CUD Wy CLOUDY, WARMER See Page 4 VOL. LIX, No. 124 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS I Fifth Straight Drop n Prices Reported Inflation Still 'Serious Problem,' According to University Economist The cost of living has dropped for the fifth month in a row, and virtually all of the increase that occurred in 1948 has now been wiped out, government figure...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO, THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCU 25, 19493 Now THE MICHIGAN STORY: Burton ears Witness Great Building Activity Value of Essay Not Noticed, Asserts Professor Stevens (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is 11w sev- enth in a series of articles presenting the highlights in the history of the University of Michigan.) By ROBERT WHITEa (Daily Associate Editor) At the beginning of the Twen- ties, the University of Michigan faced a problem that coul...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 3

…FiiDAY MAJC1H 25, 1949 T'VE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE --- ----- ------- ----- - ---- PAGE i TALKING SHOP with Bud Weidenthal associate sports editor Heusner Captures 1500 in NCAA Swin WHEN DICK WAKEFIELD left the University of Michigan in his sophomore year to play baseball with the Detroit Tigers under a $52,000 bonus contract he was pegged as one of the most promising rookies cif all time. Now, seven years later the same Wakefield is fight...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 , ^I, i Pension Plan THANKS to tactics employed in the recent battle over the filibuster, the Congress of he United States has lost a little more of he prestige which seems to be so gradually lipping away from it. However, the ultimate in impracticality seems to have been reached in the House debates over the proposed veterans' pen- sion program. The very fact that the United States Congress...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 5

…MRH 25, 1949 SHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE WflR Petitions Due at 5 P.M. Today in Undergraduate Office Club Managers By BARBARA MOLYNEAUX Petitions for all WAA Board po- sitions are due at 5 p.m. today in the League Undergraduate Office. Of the 32 positions which are open to petitioning, 20 are for a sport's club managers. EXPERIENCE or ability in the sport is required, but rather an understanding of the purpose of the club, enthusiasm ...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX' THiE MICHIGAN D)AIL~Y i MTDAT, MAnCR 23, 1940 ... . ....... ......... . ... . .. FItTDAY, MARcff'~2K, 194w 'FACELESS FOTOS': Deke Pranksters Fool 'En NSA To Meet sian Editor For Regional Conference i f t ir .4 *: * ASSOCIATED PRESS U RE " An editor's lot is not all glory. Jeannie Johnson, House Groups editor of the Ensian had to con- tend with Deke jokesters, frater- nity and sorority pins and ram- bunctious copy before s...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 7

…FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY --------- ------ __ UNORTHODOXY PLUS: 'U' Art Museum Beset' By Weird Barter Media DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN By ROSALIND VIRSHUP How much spaghetti would you pay for an old master drawing? Spaghetti may sound like an unusual medium of exchange,, but some of the ways in which the University Museum of Art acquires its art works, are equally unortho- dox. It seems the Parisian art dealer who sold a gro...…

March 25, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

…I LGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1949 _. J _ --- --- M - I CAMPUS HOOVER COMMISSION: SL Revamps Election Procedure Phi Eta Sigma Names Qualified Men .4 Setting up a Citizenship Com- mittee to guide student elections by the Student Legislature, came as the result of several months digging by an SL Citizenship Study Committee. The Committee, which has as much local prestige as the Hoover Commission does nationally, pre- ...…

March 22, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…ATLANTIC PACT See Page 4 L ip-i L r Latest Deadline in the State 4 6F t t L T SHOWERS VOL. LIX, No. 121 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCh 22, 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS GiveUp Hope For Nominee Regents Meet Two Candidates Ismeline to Attend Hope died last night for the Student Legislature's proposed open meeting on campus of all candidates for the two Regents posts to be filled in the April 4 election. I SL President Jim Jans, '49, told T...…

March 22, 1949 (vol. 59, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…Two THE MICHIGAN DAI LY TUESDAY, MARCH! 22, 1949 CRIME ON SALE: Cannibals, Cops, Cowboys, Spark March Gargoyle The Garg is at it again. "When the lovely Loleta walked into the clearing, she brought to Stanley Livingston the one thing in all this great, green, teeming, jungle that he wanted, needed, most of all. But was this child of nature, this delicate forest flower all that she appeared to be? Stan- ley Livingston said, "Yes!" Regiona...…

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