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September 27, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

… BRUBECK QUARTET: Jazz Players Roam Country =".." For Direct Classified Ad, Service, Phone NO 2-4786 By JUJDITH SATThERY The Dave Brubeck !Quartet is a fast-moving group. The members gathered from Connecticu~t, California and New York; moving just as quickly, they left for different parts of the country immediately after the per- formance. At intermission, the. men came bounding off the stage. Brubeck and bassist Eugene Wright heldI a quick...…

September 28, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…s8, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Membership Still Open Petitioning for membership on the Committee on Membership Practices in Student Organizations will continue through Oct. 5, Twelve students have already taken out petitions for member- ship on the Committee on Mem- bership Practices in Student Organizations. They are James Seder, '61, Jef- fery Rubenstein, '63, Robert Ross, '63, Sylvia Bulwer, '63, Arnold Taub, '62, Sharon Jeffrey, '63, Martin ...…

September 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SGC Grants Recognition, FHears Report On Driving I Student Government Council approved recognition of the Stu- dents for Kennedy and heard a report from the Driving Code Re- vision Committee as its meeting last night. Students for Kennedy were granted ad hoc recognition and will affiliate with Yount Citizens for Kennedy led by Gov. G. Men- nen Williams and Michigan Citi- zens for Kennedy-Johnson, led ...…

September 30, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…3Y, SETEMBER 30, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE'r PLACEMENT FOR ENGINEERS: Report Increased Salaries, Opportunities For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. 3I 'p I, An increased demand for Uni- versity engineering graduates in the research* and development areas, higher salaries and greater opportuniitites for summer train- ing jobs have been noted ...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 6

…r Arbor's Most Cenlte. on-the-Dremise OfiilsReot nriuetUp II SLIGHTLY HIGHER- University officials report yregst ration at this tinge 1 and expect a total of over 24000 students to register for class for t --Daily-David Newman eis slightly above last year, the Fall semester. welcome to the campus ... you'll like what you see here! / You'll see America's fashion shop waiting. largest' and most complete campus for you at Jacobson's! You'...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…TE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEBDAI Bergeon !Political Communication Patterns Differ Poliicalcom unictlonin R IPolitical communication mnfree AP CBS and totalitarian societies was the other parts of the political struc- fragmented - a pattern which topic 'of a report by Yale Uni- turc dependent on this elite.. tends to reinforce itself." ing to put the University out of versity Prof. Gabriel Almond at Coercion Essential Notes Differences business." t...…

September 21, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY w BIG TEN ROUNDUP: SPOR TS BEAT Interior Lin by TOM WITECKI By The Associated Press pEVANSTON - Northwestern football Coach Ara Parseghian, *' 1 11 foresees "a man-to-man war on Memories o K e rem rKabie ra the line" in the Wildcats' season opener at Oklahoma Saturday. Oregon's return to-the Michigan Stadium this Saturday, after an "If their guards and tackles can absence of over a decade, brings back fond memories of an er...…

September 22, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA inks Wii; Spain Takes 21st, BASEBALL NOTES: N.Y. Given Early Odds Over Bucs RENO (P-Nevada's legal book- makers today made the New York Yankees 5-7 favorites to win the World Series and the Pitts- burgh Pirates 6-5 underdogs. Herman Byrens of the Reno Turf Club, who makes the odds for Las Vegas as well as Reno, ignored the possibility of any other team winning in the Amer- ican or National Leagues. Odds on the firs...…

September 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIAT,! SEPTEMBEI PAPER-BOUND BOOKS 50 Publishers Represented PROMPT SERVICE On Special Orders OVERB ECK'S BOOKSTORE T RADIT ION-BREAKER: Ghika To Lead 'M' In Opening Game Baseball Squad Begins Fall Practice Sessions BY JBI HAIDT Daily Classifieds Bring Results I1 an Educational experience. . 0 By CLIFF MARKS Stepping on the field in Michi- gan Stadium tomorrow to lead the{ Wolverines against Oregon will be a tra...…

September 24, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

…GE SIX THE MIICI[IGAN DAILY uNJ r. 9a~Y H I~lGN AL . ..: Michigan Favored in Opener West Coast Foe Boasts Fast Backs, Top Passer SCOTT MAENTZ ... starting left end... Nine Games Open 1960 Big 10 Card By DAVE ANDREWS Weeks of anticipation and speculation come to a climax this afternoon, as the Big Ten Con- ference with all its color, pagean- try, and competition, kicks off with eight intersectional games and one prestige battle on the c...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY J l\ LA ; err LOWEST PRICES_____________ OFFICER'S SHOES U.S. Army-Navy Type iii SIX WIN, TWO PLAY TIES: Big Ten Teams Have Impressive Day I By The Associated Press Who says the Big Ten is going downhill? On a Saturday reminiscent of past days of glory, Western con- ference teams swept through eight intersectional clashes with a six win, two tie record. In the only game matching league teams, Illinois justified its fa...…

September 27, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP tr HALLS COMPETEM;'~~~ outsDominateI-M Football Action GRID SE L EC TIC Y BURKE TOMMEN place at Wines field, Williams McMillan to score the other TD. sax Big Ten stock rose considerably this past w he 49th year of defeated Wenley's smooth-rolling McMillan passed to Dick Browne conference teams took their opening games. Two t ball yesterday sa passing game in the final minute for the tWo-pointer. and the only...…

September 28, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…SIX THE MICHIGAN DA.ILV WEDNESDAY, SEP'. SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEP Spartans To Provide Real Test Of Lighter Michigan Linemen FRATERNITY LEAGUE PLAY: SAE Trounces Chi Psi 46-0 By FRED STEINHARDT . "They're big, tough, and fast." This, in a nutshell, is Michigan end coach Jack Nelson's appraisal of Michigan State's Spartans. Nelson scouted the Spartan's in their 7-7 deadlock with Pitts- burgh Saturday. Many pre-season forecas...…

September 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…:X THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, THE MICIHGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, lass Interception Sparks ATO sigma Nu Air Attack Wins Roman Tells Story of a Minor Leaguer I By BOB ZALISK and ROY WHANG Alpha Tau Omega squeaked past Theta Chi, 6-0, in the first overtime game of this year's I-M schedule, yesterday in social fra- ternty 'A' action. Mitch Phillips broke the ice for ATO in the seesaw conflict when he scopped up a tw...…

September 30, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…I ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY Shutout Heads I-M Card Wildcats Play without Star r, today as it whipped through a major passing review. The latest report says that first string tackle Brian Moore won't be ready to play Saturday against Marquette. He's sidelined by a sprained ankle that kept him out of the season opener at Stanford. Starting left guard Dale Mat- hews is a doubtful starter be- cause of a knee injury. MINNEAPOLIS - An injury to starti...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH: Medical Students Plan Special Studies c; - As the first step in a new spe- cial studies program for selected students in the Universial medical school, 13 freshman and 19 sopho- more medical students met their faculty tutorial advisors at a din- ner last night. The innovation, somewhat sim- ilar to the undergraduate honors program in the literary college, is an attempt to provide more chal- lenging me...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY VIDISCRIMIN ATION GROUP: 'icket Activities Mapped By PETER STUART Ann Arbor's band of anti-dis- crimination picketers, bolstered by a summer of demonstrations and successes, moves into the, fall term organized officially as the 'Ann Arbor Direct Action Com- mittee.' The group is mapping an ex- panded campaign for the coming It first banned together last February to demonstrate against alleged discrimination practices again...…

September 21, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I II Bucs Take Doubleheader; Yankees Top Senators, 2-I 11 Major League Standings I AMERICAN New York Baltimort Chicago Washington Cleveland Detroit Boston Kansas City LEAGUE w L Pet. 87 57 .604 M4 62 .57S 93 62 .57? 73 .497 '_ 73 .497 67 79 .459 63 ? .434 52 92 .361 GB 4 151 1 'I V 35 NiATIONAL, Pittsburgh St. Louis Mlilwaukee Los Angeles San Francisco Cincinnati Chicago Philadelphia W L Pct. GB 90 55 .621 -- R:3 ...…

September 22, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…TIME MICHIGAN DAILY TH :RD OVER LAST 25 YEARS: Poll Study Shows Power Shift Wolverines Stress Aerial Defense To Stop Oregon By BRIAN MacCLOWRY By DAVE ANDREWS Entering the second week of, collegiate football on the national level, the mighty Rebels from Mississippi stand on top of the Associated Press weekly poll. Close behind the Rebels are the Orangemen from Syracuse, last year's mythical national champions. Michigan, once the champi...…

September 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…'RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 33, ,1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1960 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY A SPORTS BEAT byiTOM WITECKI The Road Back to the Top TIS OBVIOUS to anyone familiar with the Michigan football scene that Wolverine gridiron fortunes are on the upswing. For approxi- mately a year and a half, Coach Bump Elliott and his youthful staff have been hard at work in an attempt to rebuild the Michigan foot- ball empire. And in this re...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…s60 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPORTS BEAT Sophomores Sparkle inVicto: I by TOM WITECKi _I _ The 'Unsung Heroes' Impress INTERIOR LINEMEN, the "unsung heroes" of college football, appear to hold the ' key to Michigan's 1960 football fortunes. Yesterday, they performed impressively and Michigan rolled to a 21-0 victory over Oregon. For the first time since it was installed as Michigan's offensive system last fall, the Wing T worked to near perfe...…

September 27, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…fBER 27, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Teams Prefer Spartans to Wolverines NFL Standings AFL Standings WESTERN DIVISION Chicago 1 0 0 Baltimore 1 0 0 Detroit 0 0 0 Dallas 0 1 0 San Francisco 0 0 0 Los Angeles 0 0 0 Green Say 0 0 A Pct. 1.000 1.060 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 By FRED STEINHARDT . As Michigan makes preparations for its annual showdown against, the cornfed huskies from East Lansing this week, a glance a...…

September 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 9) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY M'-MSU Struggle Takes Over Fast Spartan Pair f ace. Tricky Attack BY FRED STEINHARDT If Michigan is to open the Big 10 season with a victory over Michigan State at East Langing, Saturday, it must harness what may be the best pair of halfbacks in the conference, Herb Adderley and Gary Ballman. Both are fast, as fast as Michi- gan's swiftest backs, Bennie Mc- Rae and Dave Rainey. Both are versatile and can catch and thro...…

September 30, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…GRID SELECTIONS THE IC IGAN DAILY F 1Aqa Ray o JS t 1F- Select the winners of this week's Grid Picks (if you can) and include the score of the. Michigan game to break any possible ties, and hustle, because all entries must be in by midnight tonight to be eligible~. Forms may be obtained at the Daily office and can be returned by hand or by sending them to Grid Picks. Michigan r Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor. The person with the most cor...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRYD) CAMPBELL REPORTS: State Voting Laws, Ball( Influence U.S. Elections 1960-1961 STUDENT DIRECTORY State laws governing the voting franchise and the physical form of the ballot itself both have a significant effect on the American elections, Angus Campbell, Direc- tor of the University Survey Re- search Center reported to the In- ternational Political Science As- sociation recently. Campbell noted that in more than ha...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY Footballo Open Fall 1mSports Progr By CLIFF MARKS I ness against the runner draws cern passing (with all players eli- The intramural season gets un- a 15 yard penalty. gible to receive passes), punting, der way Monday, rain or shine, Blocking has to be carried out and scoring. drwa eoennggainme shine lokigwithout using the hands or ex- A te'am punting must announce dence Halls touch football head- tendd arms, and the block...…

September 21, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ets Speech Fo Graduate onvoeation Luther Evans, former Librarian Congress and Director-Generalj UNESCO, will speak at 8 p.m.j day to the annual Convocation the Graduate School, in True- ood Aud., Frieze Bldg. All graduate students and mem- rs of the faculty have been in- ,ed to attend the convocation d the reception afterwards in ickham Assembly Hall. Owners May Ask mpounded Bikes Bicycles which were impounded fore June 15 ...…

September 22, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHTG:%N DAILY TvM-nA a THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1U WwW1'W~ ~. -- = w*. ~ .1 Z1Ufl~L UAY, E DAILY OFFICIL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 5) S-Meal jobs. 1-Counter-clerk (10 a.m.-12 noon Monday-Saturday). 1-Linotype operator (experienced). 2-Observers (10 a.m.12 noon Monday- Friday). 5-Busboys (11:45-1 :30) FEMALE 15-Guides-upperciass biological sci- ence majors $3.00 per hr. 2-Full-time salespeople. 2-Room j obs. 2-Carhops. 2-Waitresses (11:...…

September 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN i~AIiV I W~h ~ A~ W i~N rwTu-qw~ A - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, I , Clerk Explains Voting Laws Ji are qualified voters can and should vote somewhere in the November election." The problem then arises of who is and who isn't a qualified voter. To qualify, one must be 21 years of age on or before November 8th; he must be a citizen of the United States and he must reside within one of the 50 states. Beyond this, various minor restric...…

September 25, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

… Pennants won over Ted Wills (1-1), both in relief. The White Sox blew a 5-1 lead, losing to the Indians in the 12th on singles by Woodie Held, Walt Bond and Bubba Phillips. The Sox still held a 5-3 lead with two out in the ninth when Cleveland bounced back to tie the score on a single by Phillips, two walks and a single by Ken Aspromonte., Brooks R~obinson drove. in four runs with a homer, double and sacrifice fly for the Orioles, who snappe...…

September 27, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Use Daily Classifieds! .t C+'. f's . 'M. x'{3k' .2?. . t'rf. r:r'i! t:Xtifi3'al+:s'i.1.fia'?r..r:r.'w''m1}::sSYSt:3P:":27..'.'CC:ks'.w3'C"":{S"2.'S ' ..5!tra'"..+"7fvxasmrc.:: r+ssssv s .r'.xrxaa;r "r.'rvs:.x,. r...-es.,ssxs::.::r.sxsa...rr,.,x vw .r.rrrrw.-.-., (Continued from Page 4) at Hill Aud., from 5 p.m. to a p.m. on either Tues....…

September 29, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

….GE ETIT THE MICHIGAN DAILY Axilu r.%LN. u. 11TF _TE IC -ANDAL UNDERSTANDING CULTURE: Dumazedier Stresses 'Significance of Leisure' Rapoport Explains Conflicts' By MICHAEL BURNS F I, The concept of "conflict" and its three components is the subject of a new book by Prof. Anatol Rapoport of the Mental Health Research Institute. "One must understand the sig- nificance of leisure in a culture in order to understand the culture," stated...…

September 30, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 10) • Page Image 8

…MT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA Y!, SEPT 1 I DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN J terviews are held during the school year. Credentials will be sent to pros- pective employers. Students who are registered with the Bureau will be notified of employer visits. Alumni are notified of positions. and also sent a Monthly Bulletin of current job open- ings. Student Part-Time The following part-time jobs are available to students. Applications for these jobs ca...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 9

…THE MIHIGAN DAILY.Z itt P By PHILIP SHERMAN A new technique for using com- ters may ultimately eliminate ich of the drudgery commonly iociated with term paper writ-, ,. The technique is simply a new ithod of information retrival de-j oped by the University of Pitts- rgh. It's but one example of the panding use of computers in! n-scientific educational fields. (The importance of computers education was emphasized by s week's conference at the ...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…EiEr 2seTHEDMICHIGAN eTDAILYkeLa Readis Defense °n 3.y'° w }fMDenver 1TakesLead!- _____ for Ducks' S ,plit-T n,. . , = ? W~ W U'WUV I By DAVE ANDREW In the wake of last Friday's ragged scrimmage, Michigan's football team pounded through a grueling two and a half hour workout in preparation for Satur- day's opening encounter with powerful Oregon. The Ducks, easy 33-6 winners over Idaho last Saturday, and last year's 11th ranked team, come Te...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, K TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 11 IBucs Defeat Dodgers 3-1 Lead by Six By The Associated Press The Pittsburgh Pirates increas- ed their National League lead over the idle second place St. Louis Cardinals to six games yesterday with a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Mil- waukee Braves crept to within a' half-game of St. Louis by beat- ing the Chicago Cubs by the same score. San Francisco defeated...…

September 20, 1960 (vol. 0, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

….. .... THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ir DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH UNIVERSITY PLAYERS playbill 60-61 a concert reading of CHRISTOPHER FRY'S freedom award drama THE FIRSTBORN wednesday/saturday, OCTOBER ARISTOPHANES' splashing farce 19-22 THE FROGS thursday/saturday, NOVEA performances in thevarsity pool featuring the varsity swimming team ABER 3-5 Michigan Sees Kennedy to be announced LABORATORY with the school of music, thursday/saturday, NOV...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Passing Highlights "M" Drill By DAVE ANDREWS Coach Chalmers "Bump" Elliott's Michigan gridders ran through a snappy two hour pass- ing drill yesterday in preparation for the expected full scale scrim- mage tomorrow or early next week. Elliott withheld his charges from any heavy contact drills yesterday as with the season opener against Oregon a scant eight days away, he is becoming wary of the injury bug which has stricken...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 12

…P Vs THE MICHIGAN DAILY f7iRAET 3AY, SEPTE I r Sophs Raise Grid Hopes I1 I , - By JIM HAMDT At least one sophomore has cracked the Michigan starting eleven with promise that two moreE will eventually follow. That one sophomore is quarter- back Dave Glinka, a product of Toledo Catholic Central in Ohio. Glinka, standing 6-1 and weighing 210 pounds, has been a fine all- around perfromer of late, passingj and running well. He is still bein...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 13

…SECTI ON 4 p- it r 1Mw1t A4&hr 41a1pottu 4womommopp- -w- Ah,.X SECTION TWO TWO VELVE PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1960 TWELVE P NSA Adopts Moves On National Issues The United States .National Student Association, composed of representative delegates from 383 colleges and universities, met in Minneapolis for its 13th Congress, Aug. 21-30. Nearly 100 resolutions were adopted in the Congress plenary ses- sions and...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN D AILY PROGRAM NOTES: Choristers To Audition For SingingPositions Students 0 0 By CAROLINE DOW j University Choral Union audi- tions for new members will con- tinue through Wednesday. Any interested singer can have an audition appointment by call- Inig NO 8-7513. Old members in good standing may re-enter upon application at the University Mu- sical Society office in Burton Tow- er not later than Sept. 29. Rehearsals for the e...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY YGRESS MEETS: NSA Issues Statements On National Problems (Con+tnua tfromPagm 1 I Ha'Student Earns Degree in Law V"Abjoluu0u as Vacs rsssv of "I would argue, however that if the student when he is a student, does not confront the issues of modern life with great seriousness and with an understanding that he must come to an ultimate deci- sion as to where he stands with regard to those issues, then he will not do so after...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY , ; 1 1 I 3 t 1 1 i . f I '1 ... Dear Student: The Michigan Daily has just become YOUR college newspaper. You will find The Daily serves you in two ways: it presents and evaluates campus and world events and offers you the chance to par- ticipate in a stimulating activity encompassing all phases of journalism. I 'We invite you to join us Friday, Sept. 16 at an open-house at The Daily building, 420 Maynard Street, locate...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 17

…TRE MICHIGAN DAILY 1l USNSA -CONVENTION RESOLUTIONS: Advocate School Aid, Desegregation; World Youth Forum <« (Continued from Page I) believes the responsibility of stu- dent government is to represent the majority of its electors on any issue with which it is concerned'. And that any limitation on this function besides those imposed by the students themselves are in- consistent with the ideas of the universal community of scholars. USNS...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 18

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Eastern Language Studies ts Students ccelerate LiguisticSkill lor, or Mr. Russell 0. Hanson, as- By SHERI BRISTOL - MODERN LIVING--Sliding glass walls provide access to a sheltered patio at the new Alpha Chi Omega sorority house on Washtenaw. Living, dining and recreation rooms may be combined with the outdoor area for special events. The patio was designed to save a large tree in the center of the property, which was form...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 19

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ity Press Expansion s Book Production By JUDITH OPPENHEIM Since 1954, the scope of the Uni- versity of Michigan Press has in- creased to the point where it ranks among the top university presses of the country. The number of books published annually has increased more than 500 per cent over the last six years, from a total of nine in 1954 to 46, last year. During this same period, the sales income of the Press has risen f...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 20

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY 'DAY, 16, Maists Awarded A lumni A i FIRST UNIVERSITY TO EXPERIMENT: tudies Grants To 'U' Fund Officials- Call Trimester Plan Successful at Pitt By PHILIP SHERMAN The University of Pittsburgh is currently the only major Ameri- can university operating with a trimester calendar. As this plan boosts an institu- tion's capacity by 50 per cent. "a legislature will hound the presi- dent of a state university to death when it he...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 21

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. .. Dad, SPORTS by HAROLD APPLEBAUM Comeback Olympic Champion Swimmer Joan Spillane Enters Michigan SNI1GHT of the Michigan Swim Gala Day is by definition a happy occasion for local swim enthusiasts, but this was not so ate on the night of December 5, 1959 as diver Bob Webster lay under heayasedation in Universlty Hospital.h Hours before Webster, to the horror of 2,000 Michigan swim fans, hadplunged unconscious into V...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 22

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY M Building Now Open By BOB ROMANOFF j 'his week the large Intramural iding, located on Hoover just St of State, opened its doors fol- ing the summer vacation usher- in the 49th year of I-M sports Michigan. the hours will be from 8 a.m. to p.m. on weekdays and from ht to noon on Saturdays. the actual I-M program won't rt until a week from Monday with the opening of the touch football season. The International Center soccer...…

September 16, 1960 • Page Image 23

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Skala, Jorgenson Appointed Basketball Aides to Strack 1 By DAVE ANDREWS The youth movement among the Michigan coaching staffs rolled on during the summer with the addi- tion of Jim Skala, 30, and Tom Jorgenson, 25, to the basketball staff under new head coach Dave Strack. Skalla, who received his Masters here in 1953, spent a year at Adrian in central Michigan. He then moved to nearby Eastern Michigan University to assume...…

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