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September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 39

…16, 1957 . THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAI 16, 1957 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PA la tm e n Perform well, !jose Title by One Point CORNER OF HOOVER AND STATE: Athletic Administration Guides Michigan Sports NY>-- By DAVE LYON Thaiks largely to the return of three men to second-semester competition, Michigan's 1956-57 wrestling season turned out much better than the team's uninspiring early-season performance would have indicated. . The twin problems of ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…THE MIUIGUAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPT ck Team's Two-Year Dynasty Comes to an F EMBER 16, 1951 nid And south of Ann Arbor - from Bloomington and from Columbus O.-came ominous rumblings. Indiana, led by Olympian Greg Bell, and Ohio State, sparked by the awesome Glen Davis, were hanging up impressive perform- ances in field houses around the country. As time for the Big Ten indoor final drew near it seemed as if either of these two teams could lift t...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

…STHE MICHIGAN DAILY I' Gymn astics By AL JONES Hayslett, the Wolverines put on a tain for the 19 ier big year behind, but great showing-one that'had even Cole and Haysle etter one in the future. Illinois coach Charles Pond wor- with a great futu is the picture on the Mich- ried about the outcome. Wiese, Warren n'nastics scene. as coach For the first time in seven years, The only thre ken prepares for the 1957- the Illini were afraid of losing...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Show Vst Improvet r By JOHN HILLYER , Basketball used to be almost a dirty word at Michigan.' "The forgotten sport" was what they used to call it, and recent' performances of the cagers usu- -ally bore out such description. But last season was a different story, for the Michigan basketball squad finished in a tie for fifth place in the Big Ten with an 8-6 won-lost record. They were 13-9 for all games. Had Better Pote...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…,S MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'MNi By RUDE DIFAZIO Take some rainy weather, spill it in a cauldron, boil it in the fire of a Big Ten baseball race, toss in a sporadic pitching staff, spice, with a mid-season slump of a top- flight hitter, and just as the pot is about to simmer drop in an ineli- gibility ruling. It doesn't sound too good? It isn't, it's only second beft. This was the brew the Michigan baseball team got i...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…s VE THE MICMHGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I.1957 !right Memories Wro ught from '56 Grid Season (Continued from Page 1) ling passes with running plays, quarterback Jim Maddock guided Michigan down the field as the clock ticked the seconds away. Shatusky, who had scored the first touchdown, ground out the final four yards with only 1:06 showing on the scoreboard clock. Away Games High Spots These two games, the only two away-from-hom...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…PUBLICATIONS SECTION I Ak6 4416pr :43 a t t FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 I s c C THE MICHIGAN DAILY is the voice of news and opinion at the University, broadcasting to thousands of people six days a week. World and local news, fea- tures, famous editorial columnists and reviews are part of the complete coverage boasted by the entirely student-run newspaper about to begin its 68th year. e£ii...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…THE MCMGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1957 Al )aily Presents Complete News Coverage Ensian Records Campus Year In Permanent 500-Page Book T In the pages of the Michigan- ensian, shortened to Ensian, for everyday usage, is the most com- plete, most attractive record of the University year. Within its covers are relived the strains of rushing, the Diag at 8 a.m. and the band in all its glory...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 47

…MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,_ 1957 THE MCHIGAN DAILY Daily Plant One of Largest PUBLISHES STUDENT s G4 Generation Conti Among College NewspapersGerainC t AwTermed the University's inter- - - . arts magazine. Generation's fun- comments and opinions of x tion is to provide an opportunity haing similar inteiests for talented student writers to It should also be poin m have their work published while that the magazine is run k on campus. by students an...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…THE MGHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 'aily Front Pages Present Headline News Ev ents '+d As is true with all newspapers, The Daily's readers never know what to expect when they pick up the morning's issue every day. With .a student staff of 200, The Daily is able to take all kinds of advantages in getting all the news for its readers. The Daily's reporters are sent all over the state and often to distant states for many special ne...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

… 4 'A + +M ' Page 12-The Michigan Daily Magazine Dorms Will Be Dorms And at MIT, They Are r , . *'...*'*t. *** By DAVID KESSEL Daily Staff Writer THE prospect of living in Uni- versity dormitories seems to fill large numbers of men hereabouts with something less than enthusi- asm, although it could be said that a hard core of conservatives views the present situation with a cer- tain degree of improbable delight. For the benefit of the s...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…- , I , 1-1 1- -1. . -7 , , - , mmm - lll---- ,_:, w -' .. -.. - - ., --- - A - Nt . '> -C .4 -. - -" -4-- * age 2-The Michigan Daily Magazine The Michigan Daily Magazine Monday, Sept BILLY GRAHAM, CRUSADE No Fire and Brimstone, Just Sincerity and Publicity Vol. IV, No. I Monday, September 16, 1957 CONTENTS Day School Opens September 24 Night School September 25 Professional training for businesspositions, at a saving of time and...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…-jz" . . -C ige 10-The Michigan Daily Magazine Monda lM MMn. ON UNIVERSAL PROBLEMS: Writer Paul Darcy Boles (Continued from Page 8) r r IJ Jumbo Burgers I ... 303 EAST LIB ERTY I1 STUDENTS /c onme to NC4P4ON RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. well equipped to take care of your PRINTING REQUIREMENTS " STATIONERY " TICKETS " POSTERS " PROGRAMS I iNVITATIONS OF ALL KINDS * BOOKLETS * HANDBILLS " BUSINESS FORMS RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. STATI...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

….... ,,, ="MOW'' -+ :. a.. .. fit,. ,.... x. . .t. ... -E,. a. At. * {. _t .:r}. - . y ' y. ter?.. ... ,.c F.. ,te .t -.. t... "... .. - .. .. -S *4 ., Page 4--The Michigan Daily Magazine Monday Meyer Levin's 'Compulsion' Art School's McClure 'When Everything Is Completely Functional, You As if You're Under an Obligation' A Full and Sprawling Book With a Plea for Understanding COMPULSION. By Meyer Lev-, in. 495 pp. New York: Si- mo...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

…I Page 8--The Michigan Daily Magazine PAUL IARCY BOLES' A Writer Deserving Recognition h. - , _ 4' i -4 Mon THOSE BOOMING MO By BURTO 3N BEERMAN These are good words, perhaps LAST YEAR, shortly after his third novel was published, Writer's Digest printed a short, essay by Paul Darcy Boles. This magazine prints mostly market reports and how-to articles for writers, but what Boles wrote went far beyond the usual how-to article. He pr...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…..... .... - --.-, .-. -.- - A- -4 -~ -.4 r - - -. - -- .4 x1* - Monday, CUBA'S YOUNG INTELLEC ANN ARBOR'S BUS TERMINAL-The door flaps open and shut, the lines lengthen and shorten, people wait, shuffle, walk, sit, staid, come and go, and the busses move in and out with their loads--and the ticket offices remain open, always selling to ladies with stuffed shopping bags, tired servicemen, pert coeds, white-haired men.. . Bus Terminal ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…ur Sutbsc ript(ion TRATION it r s Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBR MICHIGAN, MOND)AY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957.S aI Housing l1 . rat ,600O Over Past l . I scaled ates by an all- 3,10 -Daily--ihard Bloss y less UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY-Nearing completion is the new 3,200. University library branch, largest of its kind in the country. over e,089 3,8 /.Uergr aduate Libra-rly that new To Open in November be a last By DOROTH...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…n Campus Problems Discussed 'U' Museums Offer. v ar A broad program has been- scheduled this year by the Liter-= ary College Steering Committee., Established in 1947, the com- mittee serves as a sounding board for student and faculty opinion on existing campus problems, Its 15 student members do not have power to rule on problems, but can bring out campus prob- lems and make suggestions to such organizations as Student Govern- ment Counci...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…1ER 16k,1857 TEE 1MICHIGAN DAILY' -Rm ctors, Senators To TakeStage MINIATURE HOSPITAL: Health Service Offers Student Numerous Services GEORGE JESSEL - in 'Story of Broadway' SEN. ALBERT GORE ... .in atomic energy discussion By DONALD KURTZ University Health Service is a miniature hospital. Although the work of the serv- ice is largely that of a clinic, it health safety for students and seeks to promote health educa- also gives attention ...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…cl Al Migan Dally Sixty-Eighth Year' EDITED AND:MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone No 2-3241 ons Are Free 11 Prevail" s printed in The Michigan gaily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. 1$, 1957 NIGHT EDITOR: VERNON NAHRGANG The Da ily's Role In th...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

… THE lYlICHMAN !!ALLY PAQE ITB TilL MIEliIiAN IJAILk PAGE FiVE Research Centers Contribute in Studies Union Opera Bows to Musket Show BY MURRAY FEIWELL MUSKET (Michigan Union Show, Koeds Too) will begin its second year on campus this fall. Last year was the first time that the former Union Opera became MUSKET, allowing women in the cast. "Brigadoon" was the presen- tation. For almost half a century the Union Opera was characterized b...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 TIlE MIChiGAN PAIL V MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1957 ._._ __. ... ., . a.,,,. I I Introducing --- Bob Marshall's A Great Bookstore MICHIGAN NEWCOMERS soon discover the re- 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 across from Lane Hall. Bob Marshall's compares favorably with the best book stores of New York,...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY University Uses Airport For Research Projects By MICHAEL KRAFT Although any large University's physical plant contains a variety of facilities, it seldom owns an air- port. Nor is the airport usually one of the nation's major terminals, serving a large metropolitan area and more than 400 planes a day. The University's ownership of Willow Run Airport began in 1947 when it was "purchased for one dollar from the War Assets Ad...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

… nn Arbor Offers Long MA51 I WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION-Broadway plays occasion- ally find themselves in Ann Arbor during the Drama Season. 0 AITH or Gilbert and Sullivan. Th lec- campus with drama. Their first nation contact ture series and drama season add production last fall was primarily len McClusky a touch of the professional to the a clinic for high school students figious Advisor Ann Arbor drama year. on play production. mandy 2-354...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…mwmftm .. rersity Libraries Offer 2 ,411,628 Volumes Redwood & Ross College Clothes c k STEUDLE ary may soon be feature of the y student's pro- selected reference books: -biblio- graphies, encyclopedias, diction- aries, periodical and newspaper in- dexes, almanacs, yearbooks, bio- graphical dictionaries and census material. Hearings Recorded and with aay f totall brary, open MI lay from 8 a day from 8 a Sunday fror arious service Lis...…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…:Y 1ersity Continues North Campus Expansi By JOHN WEICHER -Daily-Richard Bloss MEMORIAL LABORATORY-The brick porti6rn of ng houses the University's giant reactor, unique in the Future University expansion will come largely on North Campus, a 700-acre tract of rolling land lo- cated a mile northeast of the main campus area. Since University President Har- lan Hatcher broke ground for the first structure five years ago, seven units have b...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…I. 'our Su bscription Today NO, mw r E CAMPUS CITED Y Si r Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom :43 t a See page 4 PARTLY CL 1: Ia ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1957 TWENTY J-CIO Group tLdIls Hoffa rt Practically Reads Tearnstef if Large Labor Organization (A The AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Commit- ead Teamster Union boss James R. Hoffsa Flu Blamed For Deaths Of Fifteen LONDON (P) - Asian flu was blamed ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…I°HEw MICHIGAN Intl i i rn rnrrriiw r' GEORGE GRANGER BROWN: Dean of Engineering College Dies During Summer 10#4 )WARD G. YVONNE, DEBRA BINSN.DECARLO- PAGET MARTHA JUDITH VINCENT I SCOTT " AN DERSON "PRICE KY.J A JACK GW155S *"fktDM P K!fMK TIMES 12 Noon & 3:50 P.M. oon and 3:50 and Showing at 8 P.M. ONLY S SUNDAYS - 0-.8P.M. eekday Matinees 9 Dean George Granger Brown, head of the College of Engineer- ing since 1951 and a member of t...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…TIE MICRIGAN DAILY .etired Scientist, ,7 String Four To Present loll 111 11 r - - - - - . During Summer aedeath of, Dr. Freder- iy last August 9, passed e University's most out- names in medicine. ho died at the age of 92 ed in Ann Arbor for 74 student, teacher, re- and world known '.scien- etired f rom the Univer-< ,y in 1935 as dean-emer- te Medical School after f service. jor contribution was inr e of bacteriology. Novy's and writing...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…t.C [t MYi Mt l, , : " nions Are Free Will Prevail" Sixty-Eighth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 printed in The Michigan Daily express the individuatopinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. SEPTEM1ER 19, 1957 NIGHT EDITOR: THOMAS BLUES "oh, Bay...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…i lITl l .r.r DAILY Found Guilty, Sen:nced, Fined T . tong-pending case of H. r Davis, former Univer- t h e m a t i c s instructor, a climax this summer ivis was found guilty on is of contempt of Con- al District Court Judge W. Kent, who had conducted two-day trial without jury id Rapids last November, ced the verdict June 26. ugust 5 Judge Kent sen- Davis to pay a $250 fine 've six months in prison. Appeal Filed wing the decision on June...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…eriment in 'Social Orientation' Proves Success M a " The University's experiment in revising it fall orientation pro- gram has proven itself. As the period for acquainting newcomers to campus drew to a close yesterday,'Orientation co- chairmen, Linda Green, '59, and Barry Shapiro, '59, were able to answer "a big yes" to the ques- tion: Can a social orientation pro- gram that fits administrative rou- tine into three days and leaves two ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…moiselle's Guest Manager Summer Job Invaluable HONOR CODE: Panhel Rules Allow Free Affiliate-Independent w -w W.) LIZABETH ERSKINE une a University coed who wanted to be a teen aw the fashion field from r side as one of the Made- Magazine's 20 guest edi- 'hompson, a winner in the e's annual contest spent ks in New York. City as t advertising mahager of azine, and visited a num-. ianlufacturers and adver- ;h the Mademoiselle sales- mine was...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…IFC Begins MML Givesi is Anniversary Fall Rush Membershin , jo BI~ On Sept. 25 * "A mass rushing smoker on Sep- . .tember 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Union Ballroom will signal the be- ginning of the fall fraternity rush- ing program. Featured will be fraternity sing- ing, movies and guest speaker John Baity, past president of- the Inter-Fraternity Council. Ques- tions regarding the fraternity sys- tem and rushing procedure will also be answered ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE 'MICIGAN, DAILY W orked d rather empty commu- than 1000 students at the 10th with other national student or- of the administration or other e end of summer school, National Student Congress. ganizations. authorities should not be criteria Ii became the center of The youths heard renowned Students' Right in the selection or promotion of ational gathering of stu- speakers, debated among them- Students, the top policy-making educators."" i...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . -ASIFIE ADVERTISING 5 RATIONS ESSMAKER .g and Alterations to NO 2-9541 )PS double-breasted Suit to e'breasted model. *15. d tuxedos converted to , $18, or new silk shawl vercoats $18. Write to oring Co., 1425 Broad- Michigan, for free de- WOodward 3-5776. )P2 SS SERVICES FOR SALE SPECIAL 9x12 COTTON RUGS ALL COLORS Smith's Floor Covering 207 E. Washington NO 3-5536B )B7. ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25; socks, 39c; s...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…DEFENSE-STRESSED: Football Team Ends Two-a-Day Drills " t By PAUL BORMAN. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan con- cluded two-a-day drills with an extra long practice session yester- day afternoon at Ferry Field. Since classes begin today, the football team's practice schedule will be cut dowri to an afternoon session, thereby dropping the morning meeting which. had been utilized since the squad came out. Yesterday's drills, held in near- perfect weath...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…I TWO " 41v 41P 1A 4 tr Dait1P SECTION Two PAGE URES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1957 zm- Oosterbaan Must Repla Stars Five Departed '56 Prahst, Johnson in Li To Take Over at End F MANPOWER-An army of Indiana Hoosiers battle vainly to stop Michigan's big fullback, errnstein, as he scores one of the Wolverine touchdowns in last year's 40-26 tromping of the s. Herrnstein was tied, with Terry Barr with. six toup...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…in Rules Saturday TV Davis style, is or more as the sixth time in tion's football ted to top grid the nation via a Dates edule made up and Thanks- ilude two Big 9 and Nov. 2. aes will be se- progresses. es of, appear- ing on the nationwide TV, circuit appear good, especially for the Nov. 2 date. That day Forest Eva- shevski brings his Big Ten cham- pion Iowa Hawkeyes into Ann Arbor. Tough Competition Other games however will offer competit...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?AGN GIA NTS, BEARS SLIGHT FAVORITES:-- Exhibition Play Shows No Top Teams in NFL Weyo a t "'"..' . '. ....''....:.. " .,... . es National Football League coach---L UN. es may be getting a line on their around Rick Casares, Stan Jones, in the pre-season games that new rookies but the experts are Harlon Hill, and Bill George may they know how to use the two a~r " ~,:y.Ff,, , }. "se: asn playrnotm e inhas come ~tonm qatrak hav...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… Students Win Awards paid off .for 10 s who received opwood awards in the say and 3ader of T6p winners in the fiction cate- gory were Marilyn Yolles, Grad.;, and Burley Hendricks, '59E. Miss Yolles' winning manuscript was entitled "Three Stpries," while Hendricks' was "Two Stories." Other fiction winners were Helen Major, '58, who entered "Three to. Michigan and ie Store of Quality REASONABLE Prices. Wear Sream cks .. .8.95 up : p Hats. ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…CHARGE TWSPAPER BIAS: Survey Research Finds Reader Views quality ;anford ships designed to human resources for esearch and training in ioral science fields were warded to thre Univer- .y members. V. Tyler, director of the Advanced Study in the . Sciences, Stanford, , presented the fellow- >rof. Ronald Lippitt of ogy department, Prof. Stevenson of the phil- partment and Prof. Guy in of the sociology de-" rd Foundation provides: the Center. I...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…elecourses !egin This vee J / 41F . PLAFKRN ionary of edu- at the 75 freshman aking a full 15- i over television mes. They will iversity canpus -k for a total of five 50-minute discussion and quiz sessions (one for each class). The Very Rev. Celestin J. Stein- er, S. J., University of Detroit president, sees in this pioneer ed- ucational project a possible means of handling the expected doubling 'of college enrollment in the next ten...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…iew icational Program 1%1 (.5 e 18) er. But it or a good y studentsf ch one in s to jew- were I do assistants in one semester than he would ordinarily receive in a lifetime of classroom instruction. Besides a full television crew headed by its director, the teach- er also has the assistance of a graphic artist; a printer for maps, a set designer, and a motion pic- ture editor. National and even international attention will be focused on ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…loot I 'ortu ' Gets PROBLEMS UNRESOLVE Coeducation's 'atterns 'op' 1. ersity researchers an- Thursday that most re in the market for e at least once every h the car owner be-' sent model is in good is still in the market car. aiger, Eva Mueler and of the University's search Center an- ir findings at the atistical. Association, 2. eir 32-month survey, of the families inter- in the market for a nce, 14 per cent twice cent three times or ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…ORIENTATION:' Foreign Students Meet A t Nearby Y' Cam p Detroit Begins New TV Experiment 4) Home C More than 70 new international students got their first taste of the University at the Internation- al Center's orientation camp this fall. The outing, held at a YMCA camp about 35 miles from Ann Arbor, was designed to give for-' eign students an introduction to the University and to UniversityJ life, according to William West, of the Internat...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…THE rn N DAIFLY ligan Councilmen List 'Public Service' as Motive per cent with' the average of 210 pre cent. This would hike the average councilmen salaries in the cities polled from $442 to $1,045. The survey concludes: "Cer- tain rules of thumb to be applied in setting salaries for part-time councilmen seem to emerge from the survey findings . . charter commissions and others should take these general principles inth account." The survey ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…(IGuild 'eatures ssLc Fire Hazard Inspeetion traffic will be enforced on State, Liberty, Maynard and Williams rafile "loop" plan will be tried in the campus business district. get: Traffic 'Loops )meRealiMonday t o:dy A city-wide inspection of Ann Arbor fire hazards has revealed ninety per cent of the homes in the area already checked are safe. Begun in July, the program was instituted with the purpose of re- ducing fires in homes of Ann ...…

September 19, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

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