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July 31, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…FROZEN PRINCIPLES See Page 2 Latest Deadline in the State 4Ii444WP b e CLOUDY, WARMER 7I'~T T '~PTTT s.r.. nfl ~' CLOUDY, WARMER v VU'JLJ. L~~Allli NO. A 7.U ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1953 rnrtn nint+ ANROR WW RDA TT. 1i YURjs PAGE 93 Red Aerial Violations Seen by AF Communists Hit UN Infringemen By The Associated Press The 5th Air Force spotted larg numbers of Red planes flying int North Korea after Monday's 14 t p.m...…

July 31, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1953 ---- - -- e t - MUSIC At Hill Auditorium . University Summer Session Orchestra; Jo- sef Blatt, conductor, with Arlene Sollen- berger, contralto A.N AIR of expectation, similar to any pre- miere or debut, enveloped Hill Auditor- ium last night, as Josef Blatt, hitherto only seen from his perch in the pit during opera performances, was in full view on the podium for his first concert as co...…

July 31, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…IDAY, ULY I3, 1958 PANEL DISCUSSION: THE MICHIGAN DAILY Science Fiction Descends From Homer and Swift By BECKY CONRAD Writers haven't developed enoug With such illustrious ancestors to talk about people, but only t as Homer's "Odyssey," and Swift's about them in scientific situation "Gullioer's Travels," science fic- McLaughlin explained. tion has developed into a form of literature in which demand far Prof. Laporte declared, "Ther exceeds s...…

July 31, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…( PAGE FOue THE MICHSIGAN DAILY rRIDAY,T ULY 31, 1953 I. rl t 'White Sox - - : . 'y _ ., s'ue' ' ., .. } 7,TP Sox, 17-1 c L'tA SNI s I F I E 1) S Cleveland Edges Yankees; Washington Dumps Tigers Milwaukee Blanks Giants; dodgers eaten by Chicago 1 1 { BOSTON - (PI) - Chicago's forced Gil McDougald to pop up power-laden White Sox unleashed for the third out. their season's heaviest batting . barrage-a 21-hit attack featuring THE...…

July 30, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…RECOGNIZE RED CHINA ' CIrL Latest Deadline in the State D4at I p I c t &O' f. See Page FAIR VOL. LXIII, No. 28-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1953 FOUR PAGES Speakers Barred -AP Wire Photo NOTRE DAME STUDENTS BAR CHAPEL DOOR - Six followers of an excommunicated former Catholic priest (dark suits, back to the camera) a re barred from Sacred Heart Church on the campus of Notre Dame by a group of students. They were escorted...…

July 30, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…_, PAGE TWO ( THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1953 I Recognize .RedChina WITH THE advent of the Korean truce the problem of United States recognition of Communist China looms ever greater. Now that the military argument against recognition has been removed, the obvious move at this point would be to include recog- nition as a part of the necessary changes of policy which will undoubtedly be brought about by the truce. However, in v...…

July 30, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…k TSMSDAY. JULY 30, 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIMER 'rKURSDAY, JULY 30, 1951 4 ~' THE MICHIGAN T)ATTY P ai 1.I I i iiE/i Yankees, Brooklyn Both Victorious CLASSIFIEDS New York Beats Cleveland; White Sox Cool Off Boston - -. - ;k ;.; ;fAa ::._: * " * By The Associated Pressl NEW YORK - The New York Yankees scored four runs in the sixth inning yesterday to break up a tie game with the Cleveland In- dians and win 7-3. The Cleve...…

July 30, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…PAGE rotor 4# THE MICHIGAN DAILY TkILUI.'LS.A)Y, JULY o4, 195,3 ... .... . . .. . .... POVERTY IN THE OIL LAND: U' Awaits Prof. Shafaq Discusses Iran, Red Threat By GAYLE GREENE The Red threat in Iran would be eliminated if a solution to the country's economic and social di- lemmas were found," according to visiting Prof. S. R. Shafaq of the Near Eastern studies department. In discussing the strength of Communist infiltration in his ...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…MARKETING: NO MIDDLE MAN (See Wage 8) it itgan, Latest Deadline in the State Dadr A WARMER, SHOWERS VOL. LXIII, No. 27-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 EIGHT PAGES Immigration Bill Passed By House Senate To Rule On Cut Version WASHINGTON-(P)-The House last night approved by a vote of 221-185 a trimmed-down version of President Eisenhower's request for authority to admit 240,000 "special quota" refugees from communism and ...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 _ ___ ____ 4 Toledo Shows Current Art Sewer Issue Nears Finish The possibility that East Ann Arbor will connect with Ann Ar- bor's Pittsfield Valley Sanitary Sewer looked "favorable" yester- day, according to Alderman Wen- dell B. Forsythe, chairman of the Ann Arbor City Council's public works committee. According to Forsythe, "only a few more items remain to be ironed out" betwee...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 195 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE -... . w NORWEGIAN PROFESSOR: World Educational Leader Visits'U' DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN By ELSIE KUFFLER As a member of the Norwegian * * * government-3n-exile during World War II and one of the originators of UNESCO, Prof. Alf Sommerfelt of the University of Oslo brings a background of experience to the local campus. On campus to give a series of lectures on linguistics, the quie...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…P'AGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 ______________________________________________________________________________ U Separation of Powers? T HE GROUND on which Eisenhower stood in his encounter with Senator McCar- thy over the Central Intelligence Agency, leaves little room for cheering According to the administration, CIA possesses a spec- ial immunity based on its secret nature which sets it apart from the rest of t...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Fi7% __________________________________________________________________________________ II -Daily-Lon Qut RADIOCARBON LABORATORY-Earl McDaniel, Grad, labora- tory physicist checks the geiger' counter as he prepares to deter- mine the age of a carbon specimen which is protected from outside interference by shields of lead and iron. * * * * Radiocarbon Dating Gives [mportant Historical Data ...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…rAGE SrX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 Williams Returns To Fenway Park Boston Star Plans To Get in Shape To Be in Lineup for Last Six Weeks KILL OR CURE: Cleveland Hopes Ride on Yank Series CAME 8 mm m n WASHINGTON-(RP-,The Ma- rine Corps yesterday ordered Ted Williams back to Fenway Park, and baseball's most celebrated citi- zen set out for Boston to resume his twice-interrupted career. "I'm anxious to get back in th...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 7

…0 WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P'AGE SEVE.N' -, mis Yanks Stop Cleveland; WhiteSox Trip Boston BARGAIN DAYS at Men's Toggery THIS BRONC was wild and wooly and hard to hurry in the Denver Post wild horse race at Cheyenne, Wyoming, Frontier Days (July 22). She was airborne the minute contestants began working to saddle and knocked down Kit Childers (131) of Omak, Washington, and reared over him. By The Associated Press ...…

July 29, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 27) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT TIE MICItGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953 STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM, BUT NO MIDDLEMAN: Market Features 'Farmer-to-Consumer' Set-up * * * * b * .* ** * * # T, LEARNING THE STOCK OF THE MARKET Every Wednesday and Saturday when Mr. and Mrs. Rural Michigan Farmer pack an assortment of homemade bread and preserves and homegrown berries and toma- toes into a battered old pickup truck along with the children, the cat and a n...…

July 28, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

… -r WAR IN RETROSPECT See Page 3 Y Afri4an :43A6PF t1 a 0 X00 000o Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LXIH, No. 26-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1953 1 FAIR AND HOT FOUR PAGES jDraft Callup Cut Expected Shortly Hannah Says Monthly Quota Will Probably Double by Next Summer By The Associated Press The end of fighting in Korea may permit monthly draft call to be cut by 4,000 men in about three months but the callup is ex pected ...…

July 28, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1953 __________________________________________ N The War in Retrospect THE SIGNING of an armistice agreement in Korea after more than three years of bloody fighting in which close to three million lives were lost by both sides, calls for an attempt at evaluation. When President Harry S. Truman took the step of sending U. S. troops to the aid of a country which was within a day or two of fall...…

July 28, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE _ CHEER AP, KEPTIN: Speech Group To Give Shaw's 'Pygmalion' 'They Just Melt Away' By FRAN SHELDON "Ow, eez ye-ooa san, is e? Wal, fewd dan y' de-ooty bawmz a mather should, eed no bettern to spawl a pore gel's flahrzen than run awy athat pyin. Will ye-oo py me F'them?" Liza shouted. In George Bernard Shaw's pop- ular comedy, "Pygmalion," the cockney gutter snipe who spouts the- almost ...…

July 28, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…I PAGE FOUB THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1953 I Fisher Named Coach of the Year VIRGIL "FIRE" TRUCKS, ace hurler for the Chicago White Sox, gets a rubdown from Sox Trainer Eddie Froelich, in a dressing room at Comiskey Park in Chicago. Trucks, who has won 13 and lost 4 this season, gives much of the credit for the good show- ing to Froelich. Virgil says the trainer cautions him to pace him- self before the start of every game. ...…

July 25, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…PROBE OF CLERGYMEN See Page 2 Y Latest Deadline in the State 014*F :43atly - WARMER oft" VOL. LXIII, No. 25-S ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. SATTTRDAY. TLY 25.1 953 FOUR PArG u'r . PK AXLV to Surprise Raid TRUCE AY BE SIG ED TOD ,Y, * I TO ORO -SOURCES REPORT UNEXPECTED INTRUDERS-French paratroops land in Lang- son area this week during a 5,000-paratroop raid on Communist rebel Vietminh base in Indochina. The base, only six ...…

July 25, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1953 Art Probe of Clergymen MATTER OF FACT By STEWART ALSOP "It Looks Darling" DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN - WHEN THE House Un-American Activities Committee set another precedent this week by subpoening Rev. Jack Richard Mc- Michael of California, it suggested that J. B. Matthews' journalistic endeavor in the American Mercury Magazine charging Com- munism in the Protestant clergy may have b...…

July 25, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1953 TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE ilwaukee Ou s lugs Brooklyn, 1 1-6' CLASSIFIEDS] 7. a LOST AND FOUND Giants seat Redlegs, 3-1 By The Associated Press BROOKLYN - The Milwaukee Braves swamped the league-lead- ing Brooklyn Dodgers, 11-6, last night to cut the Dodgers' first- place margin to 41/2 games. Eddie Mathews drove in two runs with his 30th home run and Walker Cooper drove in three with his second circu...…

July 25, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…4 PAGE FOT1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JULY 2519, 1a _________________________________________ N Simply Ducky - 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . LUCKY DUJCKS-Henrietta the hen is a motherly soul. When these Muscovy ducks were abandon- ed by their parents she took over. Fred E. Vitek, of Chelsea, Ia., owner of both ducks and hen, bought the ducklings a plastic wading pool where they frolic during the heat of the day...…

July 24, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…EDITOR'S NOTE See Page 3 Latest Deadline in the State :ai VOL. LXIII, No. 24-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 Harvard Crimson Editorials Barred e. Act ion Follows Student Written. Attack on Ike's Administration By HARLAND BRITZ a Daily Managing Editor The summer edition of the Harvard Crimson has been forbidden to publish any editorials. The paper says it will obey the prohibition. The order, from Summer Session head William Y...…

July 24, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 By HARLAND BRITZ Daily Managing Editor HE OUTSPOKEN voice of the Harvard Crimson has been stilled. The summer school administration has stripped the sum- mer edition of its right to editorialize. Whatever reasons the higher ups have given, their action remains a downright in- vasion of the Crimson's cherished freedom of the press. The Crimson has long been a stalwart among independent coll...…

July 24, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 THE MICHIGAN IDAILY PAGE TRER THREE IN A ROW: Indians Batter New York,10-2 r tusu .j~ ..."? '?rn... n uf> rilsr .. By The Associated Press CLEV[ELAND - The Cleveland Indians beat the league-leading New York Yankees, 10-2, yester- day for their third victory in as many days over Casey Stengel's club. Early Wynn, aiding his own cause with three hits that drove in two runs, won his tenth game of the season. It was the s...…

July 24, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…T'AGS r70R THE MITMIGAN VAILY FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 i 1 Now* PIROUETTE, CAN CAN: Versatility Key To Daincer'7s Career A * * * * Ex-Chaplain of Scottish University Visiting City By DONALD HARRIS "To be a dancer in America, you have to do everything nowadays," says Jeanne Parsons, Grad., at- tractive veteran of musical comedy and ballet who is finishing her Master's degree in speech at the University this summer. "You can't just specializ...…

July 23, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…UN AGENCY See Page 4 Y Latest Deadline in the State :4Ia iA ..-,-' --f , ,,, ,. ,' CLOUDY, COOLER VOL. LXIII, No. 23-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1953 FOUR PAGES G ILMORE REPORTS: ChangeHinted At Stalin Rites (EDITOR'S NOTE-Early one morning last March, Eddy Gilmore got a fate- ful telephone call. It told him that the official Soviet news agency was about to issue a, bulletin on "the serious illness of Comrade Stalin." Gi...…

July 23, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE TWO THE MICIIIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1953 I- MATTER OF FACT: Soviet Air-Atomic Power Worries Administration D RAMA W ASHINGTON ---Last week the Presi- dent's appointment schedule was quiet- ly revised to conceal a significant fact. By the President's order and under his leader- ship, the National Security Council held an all-day meeting. Since the morrow of Pearl Harbor, no single problem has ever engaged the con- tinuous...…

July 23, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…snSDAY, JULY 21, 1151 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TAO V w .. -. . ', _ , U ,f, 0 Defeutt Y ankees ,k, , , r . , r. ,, . 1{ CLASSIFIEDS ake Two Games .Al1 By The Associated Press CLEVELAND - The up-and- down Cleveland Indians last night again cooled ofT the New York Yankees, defeating the league leaders 6-4 on a nine-hit barrage, including homers by Joe Tiptor and Dale Mitchell. Mike Garcia, who gave up 10 hits but held the champions well...…

July 23, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…PAGE POU1X THE MTIMIGAN 1DAILY~ THURSDAY, JULYM2f, I a . PROF. ALAN GOWANS ... ex-expert on Quebec church architecture "Professor Gowans Gives Ins-igtsinto Primivitis or mSlrOR vltsm IS l 1RV S1 EventsToday "SOME THEORIES of Meaning in Linguistics" will be advanced by Prof. Robert B. Lees of the Uni- versity of Chicago at 7:30 p.m. today in the Rackham Amphi- theater before the linguistics forum.,, PROF. BENJAMIN AKZIN of Hebrew Universi...…

July 22, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…BAND WORKSHOP See Page 4 Y L Latest Deadline in the State a :43 it 1~s CUDYSOWR U/ v. V .tr 1.. nn c-..a CLOUDY. SHOWERS I VU~La. I.L~ii, No. 22-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY. JULY 22. 1953 wnyTi2 vAnwoi ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. WFDNE~DAV JTTTN 22 1Q~1 S S r~~T W 'JK MAULS~i 5 GILMORE REPORTS: Did Germans P*ullPunches? (Editor's Note-Here is a glimpse back to the days of Stalin's war against Hitler-and some of the questions about...…

July 22, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

… PAGE TWO T'lE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1953 I I U ____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________ Cditep~ rn lete By HARLAND BRITZ SENATOR JOSEPH McCARTHY faced a rather watered down version of "Meet the Press" the other evening. The question- ers, apparently afraid of getting into any real controversies, asked Joe the types of questions for which he...…

July 22, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, MY "22, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1"AGE .EDE-AYJUY-2, -31PAE TU- Lemon, Cleveland Stop Yankees, 8-3 F I.ASSIFIE * * * * " * * * * FOR SALE PERSONAL Brooldyn Pounds Helpless Cubs, 15-4; Braves, Phillies Divide Double Header GENE WOODLING, Yankee outfielder, is forced at second in the second inning of the first game of the July 19 doubleheader in Chicago. A crowd of over 54,000 saw the Yanks take two from the second place...…

July 22, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…f£ I' PAGE O"U THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1953 I CONDUCTOR'S WORKSHOP: Band Shows Better Techniques By DONALD HARRIS "Now friends, the Michigan Band will begin by playing 'Mem- ories', a medley of old familiar tunes:' "The Band has never seen this music before. It is in a modern ar- rangement. A good C Band could play it, and it would be excellent of course for any A or B Band. It is a particularly good piece to play for a...…

July 21, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

…SHAKESPFARE FESTIVAL See Page 4 Y Sr eigan Latest Deadline in the State DAWLj THl NDIR.SHOWERS m VOL. LXIII, No. 21-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1953 FOUR PAGES A, UR PA.LEMW 1 a Beating the Heat Silent Front Awaits Final Agreements Negotiators Meet For Last Details By The Associated Press Two groups of Allied and Com- munist staff officers met again yesterday amid, the hustle and bustle of preparing this dusty Wester...…

July 21, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…a1 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY .Learning Foreign Languages UST TELL THE taxi-driver 'Sank Roo Doe Noo'" an advertisement in the Par- is edition of the New York Herald Tribune advises the tourist who had found himself bogged down by language difficulties. In August, when Paris becomes an exten- sion of Broadway and Main Street, U.S.A., tourists have more trouble locating genuine Gallic intonation than homey Midwestern- ese and such sound-sp...…

July 21, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRE THE M.. ICHa a sIGAN fL-ATLY AJ.TW a csa:au a aaavrrrp M2 Irvin, Schoendienst Lead NL [CLASSIFIEDS Batters; Kell Sets Pace in AL NEW YORK - (P) - Even the most ardent New York Giant's supporters didn't look for Monte Irvin to be in the thick of the National League batting race this year. But with the 1953 campaign al- most two-thirds gone, the veteran outfielder has compiled on...…

July 21, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…4 PAGE FOUR.~ T H E MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, .TULY 21, 1951 Area Study Maps Wage Differences College may seem all work and no play at times, but it generally pays off in the long run according to a report on family income re- leased by the Survey Research Center. The Detroit Area Study, asso- ciated with the Survey Research Center, shows that generally the better-educated the family-head, the higher the family income. * * * MORRIS AXELROD...…

July 18, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…McCARTHY-BUNDY See Page. 2 \:Yl r e Latest Deadline in the State Daiti x- 11---// r ' Sj SHOWERS VOL. LXIII, No. 20-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1953 FOUR PAGES French Raid Key Supply Relay Base ParatrooPers Hit Red Stronghold WITH FRENCH FORCES AT LANG SON, Indochina-(/P)-Five thousand French Union parachute troops yesterday captured and wrecked Lang Son, the key relay point for Red China's supplies to the Vietminh, in t...…

July 18, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1953 MATTER OF FACT: McCarthy Totally Defeated By White House over Bundy By JOSEPH ALSOP WASHINGTON-Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy has just suffered his first total, un- mitigated, unqualified defeat by the White House. The Administration strategists are still seeking to preserve the meaningless facade of Republican unity. They have al- lowed McCarthy to conceal his defeat be-. hind a typical smoke...…

July 18, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1953 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TTREZ D gers Swamp Cards '4 _____________ * * * Twice, 14-0,7-4 CLASSIFIEDS Milwaukee Stops Pirates; Chisox, Yankees Triumph ti l By The Associated Press BROOKLYN-Brooklyn's pow- er hitting Dodgers crushed the St. Louis Cardinals in a double- header last night and stretched their National League lead to three games. The Dodgers took the first game 14-0, the most lop-sided shutout in th...…

July 18, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…PACE POtT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JULY S, 1953 a nu.ur a. v va . . e.._. .. . a ._ -- ___-_ REVISITS ALMA MATER: Lippman Discusses University Theater __ A? * - * * By PAT ROELOFS Gray - mustached southerner, Prof. Munroe Lippman, here on a three week visit to his alma ma- ter claims to have spent half his life at the University. Claiming 'that he is apparently unable to leave "dear Ann Arbor" permanently, he is back this sum- mer t...…

July 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…THE POPULAR MINORITY See Page 2 Li Latest Deadline in the State 4a ij I \.. t 4= 'I SCORCHING SCORCHING VOL. LXIII, No. 19-S - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1953 FOUR 'PAGES G FOU vr sPaGEwSr ww UN AttemptQ To Culminat< Talk Freeze Parley Recesses Until Tomorrow *MUNSAN - (AP) - A new U move to break the armistice dead lock and get a truce signed wa under study yesterday in Peipin and Pyongyang. The surprised Red truce te...…

July 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1953 The Popular Minortt QINCE THE November elections, pro-Ste- venson publications have not forgotten that Eisenhower won with only 55% of the popular vote and that the Republican par- ty candidates fell far behind him in popu- lar appeal. By continually impressing the reader with the fact that the Republicans received only 28,346,500 votes for Congress while the Democrats won all of 28,585...…

July 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, JULY 1', 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIMER THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE T w Softball Teams Still Unbeaten t*} MARCIANO, LASTARZA THE PRINCIPLES: First Act: Signing Title Fight Contract By WHITNEY MARTIN NEW YORK - (R) - We peered around Rocky Marciano's head to kibitz as he signed innumerable copies of a contract which obli- gates him to defend his heavy- weight championship against Ro- land LaStarza Sept. 24. It wasn't h...…

July 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…PAGS FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 17, 15 i I - _ WILLOW RUN EXPERTS: U.S. Weathermen Agree: It's Hot * *a X * * * By BERNIE BERMAN So you think it's hot? Atop the tower at Willow Run Airport, the weathermen have forecasted still hotter weather with temperatures in the mid- ninties for today. To the accompanying roar of the 'airplanes a team of five men operate a U.S. Commerce Depart- ment weather observation station. They are n...…

July 16, 1953 (vol. 62, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…'DRAMARAMA' See Page 4 L qp- jL 4c i.t zgau Latest Deadline in the State :43aiti,~ oh CONTINUED MILD r VOL. LXII, No. 18-S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953 FOUR PAGES I t Red German Judge Fired ByGrotewohl Woman Named Justice Minister BERLIN -( - Communist East Germany purged its justice minister, Max Fechner, yesterday and appointed a woman judge, "Red Hilde" Benjamin, to take his place. Premier Otto Grotewohl said...…

July 16, 1953 (vol. 62, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1953 PAGE TWO 1 1 Aftermath of German Riots THE PROCESSION of events set off by demonstrations and riots against harsh Communist rule in East Berlin and Red satellites is enough to perplex even the most experienced political analysis in this already highly confused world. Many have consid- ered the strikes by German workers. and the rebelliousness of Poles and Hungarians, as part of a normal reaction t...…

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