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September 21, 1955 • Page Image 45

…SEPTEMBER x1,195 MKMM MICHIGAN DAMN Cagers Eke Out Sixth Place, Finish in Conft renc KRAMER STARS Fail to Figurein Run for Big Ten Title BY JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor Well, it was better than last year. This thought echoed through the minds of Michigan basketball fans as they saw the end of an- other dismal season of cage play. Michigan's basketball fortunes were improving, but very slightly. For the past several years the cager...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 46

…TtkiE $iiicnit tiirj N iiirAi iA 1" ~ N k.. v:J .a , t A A ,AA..M Y F:1, 11 rymnastics Squad Looks to Future for Improvement BY JIM BAAD Having lost only two regulars, Michigan's gymnastic team is look- ing forward to a definite improve- ment over last year. The loss of Captain Bill Winkler, whose specialty was the trampo- line, and Frank Adams, voted most valuable for last season's perform- ances on the high bar, trampoline, and tumblin...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 47

…21,1955 THE MCHIGAN DAILY 21, 1955 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WrestlersCaptureBig 10 Title BY JOHN HILLYER There's much more to the manly art of wrestling than grunting and groaning, as Michigan's 1955 squad so thoroughly demonstrated. Coach Cliff Keen's surprising heroes came from virtually no- where to take the Western Con- ference wrestling title in as dra- matic finale as has been seen in many years. Start With Win The season got off to a f...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 48

…THE MYCMGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 8 E14 BER 21.1" THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBVR ~1. i~i~i ,--I --- RL1 1i/LiV N.4) idVV F_ Iichigan NineFades atSeason s End Onthe Spot. with JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor BY DAVE RORABACHER A precipitous drop marked the demise of the 1955 Michigan dia- mondmen. In an exciting Western Confer- ence race, in which five teams re- inained in contention for the crown heading into the final day of ...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 49

…camMVW.g'nAV- RPPTEMBER 21.1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY :I PAID ADVERTISEMENT ImM SPORTILIGHT .. by stere hedpern ARE YOU AN ardent curling fan? Or do your interests lie in hai-alai, bocci or fencing? If you are among those who deem participation in these sports a dire necessity then you will be sadly disappointed in Michigan's intramurals pro- gram-for these are among the few sporots not listed on the mam- moth 36-sport I-M schedule. Consider...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 50

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Z Kt?+'TlNii'1C@hAq 111r k 4 '-*Arrt THE ICHGAN AIL ~3?I~iU~ A ~.~UUU~m*4 Ab iL~iJ LAi., a dr £N4VLD i, 1955I I; _I Our E TO THE STUDE I with Shelves are stocked NE USED .oI 0 for Every Course in Every Department ENGINEERS --MEDICS -LAWYERS Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requirements. " . . Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Be...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 51

… PUBLICATIONS SUPPLEMENT Y *it6 Alp mp- --qqop- a t t]Y PUBLICATIONS SU PLE'MENT s I University Student Newspaper begins Its 66th Year of Editorial Freedom And Responsible News Coverage 4 S M!GIIANENSIAN Cramipus Yearbook Gathers Tradition, Activities and Personalities Into Beautiful yolume Five student publications serve the University of Michi. \ gan campus. The Michigan Daily appears six mornings a week, Tues., day through Sunday,...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 52

…GE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY .ATEST DEADLINE IN THE STATE: The Daily Covers Every Aspect of News milli I World, National, Campus Every important news event is covered by the Daily. Two Associated Press teletype machines go on at 3 p.m. six days a week to bring the campus in- formation on what is happening throughout the world. The Daily's 2 a.m. deadline, the latest in the state, makes it pos- sible to put last-minute news on student breakfas...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 53

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..w;.:>:.:.:f.: 500 PAGES OF PICTURES: .....'.nsian OF Gives astin Record Ca fi > 'Ensian Gives Lasting Record of Camp u us Life Students leaving Ann Arbor after four or more years at the University always take with them a copy of the 'Ensian. For the University's yearbook provides a complete record in pic- tures of every aspect of campus life. A graduateneed only page through the 'Ensian to lapse into a reminiscence of hi...…

September 21, 1955 • Page Image 54

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY e " e 5 4Sol .4 I : A CORRECTION - Many people think that Ulrich's Book Store carries only ENGINEERING books. .. Ulrich's carry a very huge stock of USED and NEW books for Every Course on the Michigan Campus. I I ULRICH'S WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great values in Student Supplies Parker, Scheaffer and Esterbrook Fountain Pens Fiber & Aluminum Laundry Cases. . $2.25 and up ° 25 Different Designs of Mi...…

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