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May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…SCHOOL SPIRIT See Page 4 Y it 4au 4kv .Ak A - 4:)Zttt]g COLD, SNOW AND RAIN Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVII, No. IIQ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS Settle Charge Of Election Irregularities Daily Moderates 7-Hour Session Delegates from the Forestry Club, the Union and the Student Legislature Election Committee resolved their differences over the recent Union vice-presidential election in a seven-hour ...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY _. _ _. + Classified Advertising A. --- ! DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Science, and the Arts: June meet- ing, Mon., June 2, 4:10 p.m., Rm. 1025, Angell Hall. Hayward Ken is ton FOR SALE SUN GLASSES $3.50. U.S. Surplus-Air Force-4-base lens with pearloid sweat bar. Sam's store, 122 E. Wash- lngton. )14 A CHOICE building site for country home, 40 acres, ideally located. 4 miles west Ann Arbor, restricted. $400 per ...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

…THUR.SDAY, MAY 29,1917 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SEMESTER ROUND-iP: $40,000 OFFER Political Emphasis Shown Professor, Ss In urvey of V Events Yi ° In Waterf ED: Students Compete rout Design Contest (Conti lued from Page 1) an hour for "trowel trades" work- ers on University building proj- ects was announced by Vice-Presi- dent Marvin L. Niehuss after more than 100 workers walked out on their jobs. May 3: The state administra- tion gave the go-ahe...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

…SPACE FOtJ3 THE MICHIGxANDITLY THURSDAY; MATTER OF FACT: School Spirit IN AN EDITORIAL Tuesday calling for the revival of the Union Opera, the writer mentions the unhappy fact that "too much of the student spirit which helps, make a University great has disappeared from the Michigan campus." He then suggested that the revival of the Opera might stimulate interest in some of the fine Michigan songs and sayings of the past. The writer mak...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 5

…THUIRSDAY, AY S, .147 THE MICHIGA DAILY PACE II -m~_ -m Applications for Rooms Due For Summer, Fall Terms- Dorms, Houses Will Remain Open 4, 748 Coeds Seek Autumn Housing Women's dormitory applications now being accepted for the Sum- mer term are limited to those women now in residence at the University, all other applicants be- ing referred to supplementary housing. The supplementary housing will includ~e graduate houses, league hou...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

…~PAGESIX THE MICIHGAN DAILY TW'HUSD4Y, ..... ....... _ ....._ . .. ... _.. T, _ - -----_ _ __...__ , Michigan, OSU Nines Tangle Today to Decide Second Place AN EDITORIAL: Colleges Must U prooit S ei-P rt essiEonalis in Faced with the necessity of sweeping both games from its run- ner-up rival in order to finish sec- ond in the Big Nine, Michigan writes the final chapter in its 1947 baseball book when it squares off against Ohio State at...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 7

…MAY 29, 1947 TIE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN >herty Picks 12'M' Thinclads for Big Nine Battlei 1 04 1 - - , I EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last of three articles dealing with the teams which will represent Michigan in Conference Championship mnets this week- end. Tennis and golf have previously been covered. 0 By BUD WEIDIENTHAL Twelve members of Michigan's track squad will travel to Evanston, Ill. to participate in the 47th annual outdoor...…

May 29, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 170) • Page Image 8

…7 TlE MICHIGAN DAILY r Initiates Join Phi Kappa Phi Coed To Get $100 Scholarship Award Seven University professors and 238 graduate students and grad- uates-to-be will be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society at 8 p.m. today in Rackham Lecture Hall. An award of $100 for outstand- ing scholarly achievement will be presented to Patricia A. Williams in behalf of the Society by Dean Alice C. Lloyd. "The Role of Research in the Social Scien...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…'U' HOSPITAL INCIDENT Latest Deadline in the State :43 a t t RAIN, COOL ee Page 4 VOL LVII, No. 169 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS Three Union Curb Clauses Scrapped House Conferees Yield to Senate On Labor Control Bill Provisions By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 27-House conferees on labor legislation have agreed to scrap three major union-curbing provisions of the House bill, Rep. Hartley (Rep., ...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…' TiE lICIAN IiAILY 1'4 . _ _ _.. I Gymnasium, counts will not be allowed to reg- Line of. March-State Street to ister in any subsequent semester Perry Field. or summer session until payment WVEAThER RAINY has been made." Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary The sounding of the University Power House Siren at 4:30 to 4:50 will indicate that the march to Ferry Field has been abandoned. Students will proceed directly to the Field House and enter...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, M.AY 28, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY U- Major League Roundup By The Associated Press Detroit made it two in a row over the Cleveland Indians today as Al Benton and Hal Newhouser teamed up to beat Rapid Robert Feller, 4-2. George Kell led the victors with four hits in as many trips to the plate. He was re- sponsible for all four Tiger runs, batting in three of them and scoring the other. In Chicago, the White Sox and the Browns spli...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WED~NESDAY, I1T 28~, 1947 .. __ Late Ensians I G DAY the 1947 Michiganensian is being deitributed - almost two weeks after ±the regularly scheduled distribution date. However, the Epsian Staff has functioned efficiently all during the year and dead- lines have been met. The yearbook cover was designed last summer, long before the semester started. Subscriptions for Senior pictures and the actual taking of pic...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…MAY 78, 1947 T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY Central Committee Revealed For Fall Recognition Night The names of those coeds who have been selected to serve on the central committee for Assembly's annual Recognition Night next fall, have been announced by Irma Eichhorn, Assembly Presi- dent. Those who have been assigned positions ire: Elizabeth Myers, 724 East University, general chair- man; Betty Richards, Helen New- berry, .decorations; Shirley Loeb- ...…

May 28, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

…h THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, _____________________________________________________________________________ I _______________________________________________________ m I Requirements Clarified V illage Voters For Psychology Seuence Students Allowed To Continue Study To Fill Natural Science Reqiirement N yn 4,N~wV W MARmKSeA-) RUES:ude Pal RV BO t' 1I rI: Aecorkling to Stevens, Miss can Gould, a student at the Gould's earily paper was w...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…UNION OPERA See Page 4 cl: r Latest Deadline in the State 74IIUIIA1 CLOUDY, COOLER VOL. LVI, No. 168 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS GOP Bloeks Attempts To DelayTaxCut Early Decision On Slash Seen WASHINGTON, May 26-Hard- pressed Republicans cleared the way today for possible Senate ap- proval this week of a bill to slash individual income taxes July 1 by beating down, 48 to 44, a Democra- tic motion to delay...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…T ~HE~ MW.HJCA n: TL. TUESDAY. - - i i.s a - aeii Via.1 V!'>1 Jl Li1LL TT1FhJL1A -'--.y --, COUNTRY CLASSES: Students Take To 'U' Camps For Summer Session Study Classes will begin all over again for an estimated 10,000 to 12,000 University students when the sum- mer session opens June 23, but it won't mean a return to the Ann Arbor campus for all these schol- ars. A record enrollment of one- hundred thirty students have ap- plied to do...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…AY, MAY 27, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY OLVERINES, WILDCATS, OR ILLINI?: Michigan Netters Rate High in Big 9 Title Quet Major League ti 4 'et. GCli EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of three articles deaiing with the teams which will represent Michi- gan in this week's Conference meets. Golf will be covered tomorrow, track Thursday. By HERB RUSKIN Rated one of the teams to beat in the forthcoming Western Con-1 ference meet at Evanston, Ill.,...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUlt THE MICHIGAN DAILY IrlTweln i F II IY 1 fI 1 ). ZTHE ICMTC 3aN} f4l "1tlY_ '1 UEOLLr A, MAY Union Opera WHEN, at the end of each Union Dance the lights grow dim and the band drifts softly into "When Night Falls Dear," shades of the Union Opera of old steal across the ballroom - music from the past which was written and made famous by University students of another day. The Union Opera, which has been kept alive both by the ma...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…TAX, MATYI'2, 1947 _TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TRAVEL TO CLINTON "U' Summer I N( LASSIFIED BEN EFITS': Episcopal Club lMissioiariies School Slates Campus Highights Vets' Trust Fund Serves C p uilea nTo Reopen Ch ureh UbaAmot50loa vtrWsink Lepebrary W or i imo 0 loval vdetens in ur- way of the Council of - -- .1--. * .gent, though unclassified need of ies or the Veterans PAGE FIVE in Emer gencies Social Agen- I though to make the final decision Couns...…

May 27, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…TapN MTIMHWOAN DAILY___ TIMS DAY; MT OWOSSO FOSSIL: PU' Museum Will Assemble 20,000 Year Old Mastodol By JOHN NEHMAN "Owosso Mastodon," a mammal which roamed Michigan during the last days of the Ice Age about 20,000 years ago, is being assem- bled bone by bone in the Univer- sity Museum of Paleontology and will be completed by the end of this week, according to William H. Buettner, Preparator. Uncovered three years ago at the bottom of a b...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…# H 13RIESKE R EPORT See Page 4 Latest DeadliW inthe t1te D3a iiis CLOUDY, POSSIBLE RAIN VOL. LVII, No. 167A AMA2 __________________________ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1947 PRICE FIVE CEN UT Ti !A 0 Us-Argentina Final Accord Is Hoped For, Will Clear Way For Conference Daily Makes Survey of 'U' To Open Barbers' Discrimination HugeAirfield Majority of Local Proprietors AditT ey In DedicationI S Are Unwilling to Serve Negro Pa...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…LITERARY MAGAZINE Fiction CORN OF WHEAT . . . . . ....... . . . RICHARD KRAUS MR. WESTLY AND THE STRANGER . . . . ".". . JOE KNOX OF DOGS AND DECISIONS............!.....DAVE STEWART STAND FOR THE FLAG............ . ..... DON LaBADIE Essays JAMES V. BAKER MARGRV WALD JOHN L. BRUMM HARRY E. MOSES Poetry KARL SHAPIRO VIRGIL CLARK JUDITH LAIKIN JOHN COOK DORIS COHEN DON La BADIE JUNE FRIEDENBERG VOLUME Two, NUMBER THREE Supplement to The Mi...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO ;iri - - W 1 EY TUE MICITHAN Ti _. ...________ nUAI1AY, MAY Z5, 1047 LLLEUE ROUND-UP: AYD Problem Is Present On Illinois Campus, Too ' _ _ Y Cam pus Highlights Dancing Pickets COLUMBIA. ,O, May 24-A')- The state's only prancing picket line is panicking pedestrians in Columbus. A group of discharged instruc- tors of the dance from the local Arthur Murray studio-engaged in fighting what they term "a lock- out"-are turning loose...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Page Two PERSPECTIVES i Perspectives EDITOR .,... .. ...... ......... .. ...... . .. . . . . Margery Wald EDITORIAL STAFF: Doris Cohen, Don Curto, June Friedenberg, Ferne S. La- Due, Joan Lochner, June Miller, Harry Moses, Sue Siris, Dave Stewart. ADVISORY BOARD. ........... Arno L. Bader, Morris Greenhut, Allan Seager Academic Freedom (EDITOR'S NOTE: This essay was pre- sented to the open forum on Academic Freedom last April 27, by John ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY'-25, 1947 T gT MICHIGAN i LY U' To Dedicate Huge Willow Run Airport (Continued from Page 1) by an address by Governor Kim Sigler. University Vice-President Rob- ert P. Briggs will present the deed to the airport to President Alex- ander G. Ruthven, who will make the dedicatory address. Playing of "The Victors" by the band will conclude the program. Gen. Putt To Speak During the morning, a special tour of the University's Aeronau...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…PERSPECTIVES Pise T/re ROR haKHE ... Richard Kraus "Except a corn of wheat falls" to the ground and die, it abideth alone; but if it die it bringeth for much fruit." (John; 12.24) SO I'LL go to the funeral Ma, I'll go to the funeral, Pa. . . . Sure I'll go.. .. I know she was a relative I gotta go so I'm going so I'm here.... Grossman and Farb's immaculate fu- neral parlor rose gracefully out of a row of smaller dirtier two-story building...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 4

…PAGE rorn ""HE MITCHIGAN DAILY ATTVn A-V -A It"'V %4A I t"It nT~IW M-IC1TIT:A VCAN fl C'1..tlY: ' t aa .ra , M & a yiTFIhm-1V. x v-1 a w Loa ±a!z&U I Attitudes and Actions HRE IRPORT on alleged discrimination in athletics at the University, recently submitted to the Student Legislature, rep- resents a distinct advance in understand- ing of the problem of racial differences over the hortatory method of attacking discrimination. Mr. Bries...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…Page Four PERSPECTIVES MR. WESTLY AND THE STRANGER ...Joe Knox WAS EATING a penny's worth of New York Chocolates on the front porch of Mr. Caleb Westly's General Store when I first saw the stranger. He rounded the bend of the old wagon road which follows Long Hope Creek, and as he approached, sauntering easily, he whistled. I did not recognize the tune and decided he must be a stranger. At exactly three-fifteen on this July after- noon, a. ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…I UN~DAY, MAY 25, 1917 THE MICHIGAN AILY ______________________________ U U SAE Dance To Feature Buddy Rich Michigan Chapter To Start Southern State Tradition COf 'Black and White Ball' Buddy Rich, one of the nation's top drummers, will play for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon spring for- mal, "Black and White Ball," which will be held from 9 p.m to midnight Thursday at the Washte- naw Country Club. "Black and White Ball" is so named because all gu...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVES P4,a, Fie s. au AL IL " 1 JLJ -LA 1 i T i/ w7 1 cs G l'&L HAMLET AND EXISTENTIALISM ... James Baker N0 IC has been able to pluck out the heart of Hamlet's mystery; he hides himself in " a cloud of unknow- ing." The central problem.of the play is why Hamlet delays to go into action. Among the endless theories that have been propounded to explain this, one of the best 's the one that attributes his inaction ta his melancholy, h...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SrX FACULTY FOR KNOWING: Prof. Dodge Says Family All 'Solid Michigan Men' THP MICHICAN nAII.V . 1TTI T'19MTCHIC 11.AN flATTS)1!V L j NDAY, MAY 25 By FRED SCHOTT EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the 24th in a series of weekly articles on facul- ty personalities. Prof. Russell A. Dodge, of the engineering college, characterizes himself and his family as "solid Michigan men." Prof. Dodge said that his fam- ily and forebears have been stu- dents h...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…Pae $ix PESP'CTVE HE MET PH SI S TO. S. LIOT'S Jf' S. EITOT most recent poetic work, the grouip of four poems entitled hour Quas'io, ows another definite pnlase of his development. Not only do these poem continue to develop the re- igious themi wboch he turned to earlier, but they hav( added a new, abstract, )netaphysica.concept. So that though they are i u m cways more explicit than his earlier oems, on another level they are uch msr° dif...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…SUJNDAY, MAY 25, 1947 THE ICHGANDAILY~ Te I, eans T Netiren hp 1ioS'ieNi So'escianinkmenTake 8-1 uin FiLal )u.~' ' dF.: ra l i 'i7 J+ 21 cW e iion..1 54 V c ryfrom O 0S U Michigan closed its tenn1is .,C'aign <_in suxtey Q _ her,_, - terday as it adnmistered an 8-1 defeat to the OA N - ,. ( netters., sweeping all the matchen On- ~tof01the sille Thus, Coach Bob Dions crew wound up xi Pa7-.; rectird foi the Season. a CIed'CItalO .;soxx lug f...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Page Seveln FO UR QUARTES ...Margery Wald on which Bergson so insists. Super- ficially events seem to recur, history seems to repeat itself, or in another sense, there is a repetitive cycle in all human life. But really beneath the sur- face of sameness this constant change is going on, so that nothing ever occurs twice in exactly the same way. Bergson says it again and again. "Our personality, which is being built up each in...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 167) • Page Image 8

…?Ar-Ew EIGT ELBOW GREASE: Industrious Student-Vet Beats Housing Shortage, ' T' mm THE MICHIGAN DAILY SmNPAT. By DORIS TOOHEY All you need to beat the housing shortage is an acre of land, a couple of garages and a consid- erable amount of elbow grease and both-end-candle-burning. William E. Wall, veteran grad- uate student working on his M.A. in geography, has proved it. He did it at a total cost of about $3,- 000, including purchase of ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight PERSPECTIVES F DOGS AND DCISIO NS ...Dave Stew art T HAD BEEN A FINE DAY for run- ning dogs. The ground was clear and dry; and the birds sat tight enough. The Field Trials had started on Friday, and here it was late Sunday afternoon. and everything was over; Clyde Mad- ner's dogh aing won; and Clyde him- self wa srtched out inside the club- house coid as stone. I and the other trainers were off to ourselves behind the cars. .Som...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…PERSPECTIVES Page Nine STAND FOR THE FLAG ... Don La~adie HE WOULDN'T sit down?" "No sir. It was last Sunday. He got on when the car was almost empty. I'd only been on about two hours when this little fellow-why I could have smashed him with my fist easy enough -got on at Grove Street. Pretty soon the other passengers began to notice that he wasn't sitting down, though there were plenty of seats. Finally Miss Sykes-she's the librarian at ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…Paize Ten PERSPECTIVES AL A SCIENTIST AND HIS WORK ...H.E.Moses IT sometimes happens that a scientific discovery or theory has no immed- iate practical use achieves great notor- iety in a large segment of the literate, non-scientific populace. Examples of such theories are Copernicus' heliocen- tric theory, Darwin's theory of evolu- tion, and Einstein's theory of relativity. That the 'first two above-mentioned theories should excite peop...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…PERSPECTIVES .P,.'? N -LP CORN OF WHEAT ...Continued from Page 3 CAN I SAY WHAT CAN ANYONE SAY NOW .... TALK TO HER SHE CAN'T HEAR, TOUCH HER BUT I CAN'T TOUCH HER AT ALL .. .. THIS IS NO SCHWESTER MINNIE DABBING A HANDKERCHIEF AT HER EYES .... THIS IS IT, THE REAL THING, HELPLESSNESS AND LONGING SO STRONG THAT IT'S A SICKNESS . . BUT WHY ALL THIS FORAN OLD WOMAN,.THE SAME OLD ,WOMAN SHE USED TO SCOLD LIKE A LITTLE CHILD, TREAT LIKE A KID ...…

May 25, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…Wage Twelve PERSPECTIVES Page Twelve PERSPECTIVES VICO .Dan La~adie Marie Antoinette sat in the gardens of Rouen eating fungus bread, giving up the cake as dullness. Marie Antoinette sat watching crude bronze statues, ancient walls, wondering who had bothered to build, River Run down run through the town, carry the Stonehenge, Egyptian, the jew, the Greek, the Roman, Byzantine, European, home to the fields, reform from dissolution; the Gre...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…BRIESKE REPORT See ?age 4 C' r .4 . Lwj A.F FAIR, WARMER Latest Deadline in the State VOL. LVII, No. 166 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1947 01I PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Asks Extension Of War Powers Control of Scarce Items Requested By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 23--Pres- ident Truman appealed to Con gress today to change its mind and grant him authority to con- trol the import, export and use in this country of certain...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…-'_THE MICHIGAN DAILIY SATURDAY, Spartan Win Ends Michigan Tr SummariesI Mile Run - Won by Dian- netti, (Michigan State); sec- ond, Barten, (Michigan); third, Kalmbach (MSC). Time, 4 minutes 25 seconds. High Jump-Won by Harris (M); 5 feet, 10 1/8 inches; sec- ond, (three-way tie), Gardner, (M), Calhoun, (M), Dawson, (MSC). 440-yard dash-Won by For- restel, (M); second Shepherd, (M); third, J. Fraser, (MSC). Time, 49.8 seconds. 100-yard ...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…MbAY 24, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Nine Def eats Wildcats, 7-6 6 _ __ ti 4 ichigan Host To NCAA Golf Championships A field of 175 golfers is expect- ed to gather at the University of Michigan course, June 23-28, for the fiftieth annual National Col- 10giate Athletic Association indi- vidual and team championships. Qualifying rounds will be held June 23-24, with 18 holes of play set for each day. Team champ- ionship will be dete...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…"t, THE MICHIGAN DAMY CY A MY IRS V% l'WT wr a +Ew w . .i ... i... a. aa * ls W A.<JLR 1 a 4 1'11 A. '111R A A I 1t~r "T['12WT M1 HWAN !'hrllY SATVUDAY, 3MAY 24, 1947 I 1- Scarlet Symbols TWO YEARS isn't a very long time-but the American people forget quickly. Less than two years ago, victorious G.L's were pouring back to the states from every corner of the globe. Some of the G.I.'s weren't able to get down the gangplank un- der their o...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…, MAY 21, 1947 - .... -a.Aaa. r .a aa.,TIHE MICHIGAN DILrY i iLYY.A 1ti1.1... AiJ.Vl'1Y\ A r'aKA-.a. 'U' BOY SCOUTS: National Service Fralerity Supervises Campus IoIiiia "Scout's honor" may be a joke back home but they take it scri- ously around here. That's why the local chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, has been assigned the job of policing campus elections. Supervise Polling Members of the campus chapter of APO li...…

May 24, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…__ TU M~cHGAN ill TELESCOPE TROUBLES: Sevei-Days' Scrubbing In Store for 'U' Mirror , , The mirror of the University ob- servatory's 37 inch telescope is about to have its ahnual bath. A considerably longer job than the ordinary Saturday night dip, however, the bath and the subse- quent recoating of the glass with Lyster, Maker Of Filter, Dies In Washington The Michigan alumnus who made it possible for thousands of University veterans to dr...…

May 23, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…FLAUNTING OF UYr IL RIGHTS See 'age 4 Latest Deadline in the State 47kz ii4q COOLER, S3HOWERSi VOL. LVII, No. 165 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS 'U'ToCombat Shortage of RuralDoctors Mel School Ilan r SttIn al The University Medical School yesterday announced a new pro- gram designed to end the present scarcity of doctors in small towns and rural communities in Michi- gan. The postgraduate program, an- nounced...…

May 23, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…_ MC116AN DAIL'xMAY-M IY 23,- 1-947 Local Clerical Help Shortage Is Predicted A severe shortage of clerical hell is expected to develop in Ann Ar. E IANAGtENT REPRTS: Village Cafeterim Strives For High Standards, Not Profits bor this summer, when wives of University students leave the area during the vacation period. According to the monthly labor market letter issued by the Michi- gan State Employment Service, a shortage of clerk-typists...…

May 23, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

… IThAY. MAY 23, 1947 THE MICHIGAN IlAIL- .. . MSC GRINDS FOR 'M': Track Team To Try Spartan Outdoor Strength at Lansing Wolverine Netters Top Spartans, 5-4 Paton Stops Reynold ' i Three Sets, Cook-Naugle WinDeciding Doubles Captains Wise, Boieiman Rival Pitchers at Northwestern Today .. COLLtEGE w EN! HEICME MERICANIJISERS When the Wolverine thinclads match strides with Michigan State today, at East Lansing they will be meeting a S...…

May 23, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…-: THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIAY, 312 Flaunting or Civil Rights SOUTHERN JUSTICE has triumphed again. Wedneseday night a South Carolina jury acquitted 28 white men accused of lynching a Negro. State witnesses for the prosecu- tion described how a mob had seized the Negro, brutally beaten and lynched him. Several of the defendants were identified as members of the mob. As the trial drew to a close, the defense fell back on the time-honored southe...…

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