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September 13, 1960 • Page Image 113

…rC.SETE BER13,1984 THE MICHIGAN DAILY onoraries ontribute to niversit P-nrii v - - By IRIS BROWN tates clad as trees or greased tor oil are signs of spring- ionorary tapping - in Ann! ese honorary societies, rang- om local organizations in one I of the University to na- I all-campus groups, generally e their members on the basis adership, scholarship, and e. e men's honoraries include gamna, Druids, Vulcans, Tri- s, Sphinx, Hectorians and >ar...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 114

… MICHIGAN NEWCOMERS soon discover the resources of State Street include one of the mid-west's largest and best book stores, Bob Marshall's Book Shop at 211 South State Street across from Lane Hall. bob Marshall's compares favorably with the best book stores of New York, Boston, and Chicago. Here's why: * MORE BOOKS - more individual titles from which to choose than any other store in middle-USA. " BETTER BOOKS - a carefully-selected and discri...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 115

…STHE MICHIGAN DAILY OF THREE 'U' BAND UNITS arching Band Highlights Football Half-Times each f a is theUniver- archln~ Band. I' .. . .., ....r . I The Michigan Marching Band kes the spotlight for the first ight weeks of each fall semester. nder the direction of Prof. Wil- am Revelli, the band has estab- shed a reputation of unusually ne playing, precision marching id intricate dance steps, forma- ons and gridiron productions. The practice ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 116

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUN VANCIAL ASSISTANCE: University Provides Scholarship Help Baroque Trio Performs Unique Type of Concerts By PHILIP SHERMAN About one million dollars in cholarship aid was given to Uni- ersity students last year, Ivan arker, Assistant Dean of Men, nounced recently. In addition to this, he said, an- ther million was loaned to Uni- ersity students. Parker divided scholarship op- ortunities into three categories. The fir...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 117

…I PUBLICATIONS SECTION Y 5k iianx A& AL :43 a t t PUBLICATIONS SECTION FOUR P1 ICU ?AGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 FOUR PA Ic 11 I t ,~, ,a t ,,. , ti" c THE MICHIGAN DAILY is the voice of news and opinion which goes to thousands in the University community six days a week. World news through the facilities of the Associated Press, local news, sports, edi- torials, features and national columnists are ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 118

…THE MICIIANIN DAILY T nsian Captures Year's Events *BIN r time learn how the 'Ensian op- 5 erates." Tryouts work under the direc- tion of the Personnel Manager on the large group projects. Here the new staff members are taught the proper procedure for all 'Ensian work. After the initial training period, tryouts choose a section that they wish to work on. Chooses Staff At this time, a new person de- cides whether he wishes to work with a juni...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 119

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG Honorary eneration Publishes Creative or l~ o mile By ATHEEN KOUE '61A&D, this years general editor, C o np l sPeople wander into the first admitted frankly. Standards of One of the most monumental endeavors of paper work on the1 campus is the semi-annual com-' pilation and publication of the University student directory. The directory is printed under' the auspices of the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications. Eac...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 120

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S Q \G , GP ,P k#~q ~s , 0 r f 1 SE I r l f/ For Every Course on the Michigan Campus «, NOTICE! Engineers and Architects ULRICH'S carry the largest stock in Michigan of Engineers' and Ar- f HEADQUARTERS for SHEAFFER- PARKER and ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS 2T ULRICH'S WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great l DESK BOOK RACK values in Student supplies chitects' Books and Supplies at Special ...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 121

… "Creditable" thing.. CREDIT CARD student no. GREENE'S CLEANERS, 1213 S. University for use at a/I GREENE's locations sxecial student* charge accounts Vol. VII, No. 1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 MAGA Can't accuse Greene's of not being sym- pathetic to student budget problems. We know a budget isn't always a manageable thing . . . so if a 30-day charge account for your dry cleaning will help . . . we're about to be helpful. Come on over an...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 122

…«x. x } =4 A Graduate's Advice for New Students A GRADUATE'S ADVICE By ROBERT JUNKER ONE LOOK at the University's campus should be sufficient to, tell any perceptive person that this could not be the reason that stu- dents and faculty members come to the University. And yet it is true that many students iever see much more of Ann Arbor than the ugly misplaced structures which the University calls its own. True. many dorm-disillusioned sop...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 123

…it J J Tunisia: Blend of France and Orient By DAVID ERRERA EAST BECOMES WEST, for in Tunisia, land of perpetual sunshine and waving palms against blue skies, one may literally find a satisfying blend of the oriental exotic, combined with a truly French flavor. Just a few flying hours from any European capital gives the tourist a chance to see many unbelievably interesting things. For Tunisia will enthrall the visitor with its ar- chaeologic...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 124

…a Library System Fills Multiple FROM THE RIDICULOUS-The relative success of the study date presumably depends on which part of the seemingly contradictory term receives most emphasis. The Undergraduate Library is pop-1 ular with couples striving to perfect the union of complementary activities. Try FOLLETT'S First USED BOOKS at BARGAIN PRICES New Books If You Prefer FOLLETT8 STATE STREET of NORTH UNIVERSITY 1* 1220 South University --- corne...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 125

… ; 'S 4 - Aodern American Art: L New National Genre By W. G. ROGERS informed pair you could find, the THAT HAS happened to Ameri- retiring director of the Whitney can art in the past 25 years? Museum of American Art and his two men as closely associated successor, have these things t4 lh the change as anyone in the say: ntry, indeed probably the best We have ceased to be dominated by foreigners. Social realism has almost dis- appeared as sub...…

September 13, 1960 (vol. 7, iss. 1) • Page Image 126

…The City and the University: Ann Arbor's Complex Contin By THOMAS HAYDEN (Y THE SURFACE of a softly rolling land, sprinkled with farm, forest, an occasional lake and the curling Huron River, Ann Arbor was settled almost 150 years ago. Like other early Michigan towns, Ann Arbor was a farming com- munity. Wheat, corn and cattle were the centers of attention. Travellers moving west often stopped to rest in the fresh, lovely atmosphere of a gla...…

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