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May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

… -.~. 7 ~ ~ - +- T F y . <.. f 4 Vol. V, No. 9 Sunday, May 24, 1959 I I car by olfa romeo; student by dint of hard work; HANDL-HAMPER courtesy of GREENE'S THE SAD [7 COULDN'T BCE D,22E0 And they were so right! Even these imported cars won't fit into a Handi-Hamper . . . but then the Handi-Hamper won't fit in the imported cars, either. So there you are! Talk about convenient, this dry cleaning enthusiast has loaded his Handi-Hamper...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…4 Phenomena of Clairvoyance By RUTHANN RECHT THE TALL, thin man with gray- ing hair loosened his collar and cuffs, removed his shoes, and stretched himself on the couch. Placing his hands across his stomach, the man's respiration deepened gradually, until there was a long, deep breath._ After that he seemed to be asleep. This man was Edgar Cayce who was going into a trance in order to give one of his famous readings on the diseases and cures...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…c - .' / The Class of 1959 (Continued from Page 10) Several pointed out that they now "had a better understanding of people." In some cases, this meant they could now work better with others, which they termed an important asset for any business man; one person thought he had been able to make good contacts for future years. Two expressed a belief they had developed poise and tact through meeting others. Almost all 'saw this improved "abil...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… 0 1 ,AqW w« 4 "LIFE STUDIES":* Robert Lowell Enters His Own Distinct Idiom By RUSS GREGORY LIFE STUDIES, by Robert Lowell. Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. New York. 1959. 90 pages. $3.50. ROBERT LOWELL is regarded as the outstanding American poet under fifty. "Life Studies," his new book, is a brilliant explanation of why he is so highly rated: he has not only talent, which is fairly common, but the genius to change, a quality which demands ...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 13

… t _ low I t' r ate, T 4 t 4.. '~ 7~ .. . x A Committee Member's Guide By ROBERT ASHTON THE OBJECT of this treatise is to serve as a guide for the as- pirant member of one of student government's noteworthy commit- tees. There is no claim that this work shall serve as a substitute for Virgil, nor is the world which it will explore as deep as that of Dante's "Divine Comedy." The only near-mystical experi- ence required is an assumption o...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 14

…. A x. The Senior: A Classroon Sot4of (hl toer motif in gayg tach aund white # @0 Exploring ideas (Continued from Page 9) Yes, the University senior is dif- ferent, or is it the freshman who is different because he's 'green' and lets it show that he expects education, class attendance, class participation and a sincere, if sometimes awkward pursuit of scholarship to be part of university life?" asked one professor. ". .not so much the...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 15

….77; x* y j V - -~ ~ r '* - A A >. ...,; What Seniors Gain From College 7Ae 4ole' tnefit (Continued from Page 8) One-third of the samples intend to go on to law school-a large majority intend to go on to some . lind of graduate school, with al- most half of these planning on host half of these planning on law in the future. Medicine and teach- ing also draw strong responses. About half specifically mentioned marriage as a goal, with on...…

May 24, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 9) • Page Image 16

…I III.- . , " I ', , -. - 11-1 1 . -, , .. -1 1 . In. . -, -. . - .1 . , ' -, -, -,- - ------- s . .: - .,a Self-Portrait of The enior... ...and The Faculty WHO IS the University senior? What is he like? What has he gained from four years of college experience? What are his hopes and aspirations for the fu- ture? In an attempt to discover this,, The Daily sent 22 reporters out who asked 165 seniors these questions: "What have you gain...…

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