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September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 53

…:Y Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGxAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958 'U' To Offer New Course' About Asia Appropriation Cuts Rising Enrollment 'i R WORK--The newly completed Mary Markley dormitory bling the closing of Jordan Hall for the 1958-59 academic o workmen can complete needed repairs to the plumbing . The 268 women living in Jordan will be housed this year kley. istruetion Projfects jeve Tight Housing rersity ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 54

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~s ZIFF' a , dl ;;j'q 6 4S $ . ....,. ,. _____________________________________~"t *. All over campus you'll find students 'In the' know' read THE DETROIT NEWS. ti,N ...because it has MORE' NEWS than any other Michigan newspaper! KEY ADMINtiISTRATIVE PERSONNEL--Supervision- of all University policy and expenditures is, carried on by the eight elected Re; and two ex-officio members, University President Harlan Hatcher and, S...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 55

…THE !MICHIGAN DIAILY7 LESER 1! r IAL-O 5, 1958 iua..' auvi .vta"s . ian.s- I 1 iversity Museums Encompass the Ages By CHARLAINE ACKERMAN From modern art to ancient Egyptian artifacts, from living flora and fauna to petrified fossils, the University's museums encom- pass a large variety of exehibits. The largest of these museums, housed. on the corner of Wash- tenaw and North University, is the Museum of Natural Sciences. This building act...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 56

…,, ~1 1~i~ign { i~ 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 "Tell You What-We'll Help Some Of You Go On To Overcrowded Colleges" n Opinions Are Free ruth Will Prevail" torials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 57

…THE MICHIGAN DlAILY '8 MZVRMVID !TEmi EU 15, IU55 :. ~ax......<. s Ann Arbor Contem plates F celifting Urban renewal, otherwise known as slum clearance, is, in essence, a carefully- worked out - but still incomplete - scheme for the re- habilitation or redevelopment of blighted areas of the city. Applied to Ann Arbor, urban re- newal would involve approximate- ly 75 acres in the north central section of the city. Where economically feasibl...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 58

…T"MICHIGAN DAILY Mxn ky, s M." _. i idents amnFunds On Campus, (Continued from Page 1) dded to this are the extra enses of classroom supplies, rel costs to and from Ann or, and personal expenses, in- ling clothes, laundry and ree- tion. .n expense all students must tend with is books. The Office Student Affairs estimates the rage yearly cost for the under- duate is $60. o meet the costs of University ly, more than one-half of stu- ts at th...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 59

…w" iYf .avwr .. .. -. sy. ...:sv av . ...vas ra .. VARIED CAMPUS RESEARCH -- The University's radio telescope and the uranium slugs of the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory show the variety of campus research. The 28-foot telescope at Peach Mountain, 15 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, was put into operation in June. The uranium slugs being checked by a laboratory techni cian were loaned to the University by the Atomic Energy Commission for use in 'a ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 60

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONI DA7 ea lth By BRUCE COLE Bcke 1913, University Health I ice. Service Provides Students ce' has been serving the cal needs of University stu- 5. alth Service is mainly con-, d - with clinical services. A of eight full-time physicians care of anything from upper ratory infections to broken es, according to Dr. Morley B. "0 comp referr Dr. B ett, director of Health Serv- nly major surgery and very plicated medica...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 61

…THE MICHIGAN fHAPLY ___________ " ::,, v~ r, ,vr~ew>r +.~~zx^ :<r x ..:.a. .o ., .: .. ...z ...t+.a~?.A ; ww .:w 1l :,, .,. . U 1 Enhances pious Activities- Subscribe to The Michigan gram for the study of religion and an annual-series of public lectures by noted scholars in the field of religion. Courses offered in 11 depart- ments of the literary college broad- en the student's understanding of religion without teaching the doc- trine of ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 62

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, in, Dearborn Branches Ex andin Unive, .. ,«,.:r ,w .:, . , -r, :ai .5- . .; . .- $. _,,..s, . ,- ° ..: -.aa . . . P°r . - s~-a SEPTET~ -- lishment of the Uni- nt College in 1956 was ion of a ten-year-old f former President Al- Ruthven. resident Ruthven fore- he time was coming niversity would have to ilishing branches off 1952 Flint educators made itial proposal of the estab- !nt of a senior college in city to Uni...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 63

…ACTIVITIES - SECTION 1< r *p4h 41P AC TIVITIES SECTION tr ,. k No. 1, . 6 t ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958, T T IN THESE .WALLS of the Women's League, both men and women study,: relax, learn to play and dance or take part in campus activities.l Soca Life Ceners at Leaue By SUE ROBINSON e the League was founded rs'ago, its purpose has been te women students regard- I backgrounds, courses of affiliations or interest...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 64

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY uses Offices, Library and Snack Bar DARBY PARADE, CHARIOT RACE, DANCE: '59 Spring Weekend To Set Holiday Mood for Ca ntinued from Page 1) in the spring in which women compete with IJ rday League committee which asks for assistance. The art committee is for all wo- men who enjoy painting. This group makes posters; sets -up oc- casional display and decorates the bulletin boards in the League. Tqurs Conducted The recep...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 65

…BER 15, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Offices Received by Petitioning Wolverines To Sponsor Block 'M' "The tradition of the Wolverine Club is becoming more and more important to the campus each year," Joel Levine, '60, president, said. Levine explained that the Wol- verine Club's primary function is to "raise, sustain and coordinate campus spirit." It also has the ad- ditional function of helping the administration in the area of alumni spirit, h...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 66

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -ha Phi Omega Serves ATTIRE RANGES FROM JEANS TO TUXEDOES: From J-Hop to Blue Book Blues, Dances Play a Traditional Role & (w J' Campus, City, Nation ®4 By SUE ROBINSON leing affiliated with the Boy its of America, our main pur- s are to aid the community, University and the nation as. icipating citizens and to help fraternity itself," Lew Boch- '59, administrative vice-presi- t of Alpha Phi Omega, com- ted. unded in ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 67

…nt urpn s It aft THE MICHIGAN DAILY II ~.~awt~IN l~e HE ICHIAN AIL League Sponsors Projects For Members of Each Class FROM NURSE TO ADMINISTRATOR: Dean Shows Varied Backgrounc Each year the Women's League sponsors a major project for the women of each class - Frosh Weekend, Soph Show, Junior Girls' Play and Senior Night. Freshmen women take part in Frosh Weekend during the spring. Early in the fall semester they gather at the League to ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 68

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONAY, SEPTEMBER 11, t9- International Center Provides Home I WILKINSON Monday 'Ti 8:30 Tues.-Sat. 'TII 5:30 1. WELCOME to the OTHEIR CULTURES - Food, costumes and other items from all over the world are ssembled by the University international stu- dents each fall for the World's Fair. Our Hardy Scotch Grain LE ATH ER BRIEF BAG Roomy and efficient. Full 16" size$ 95 with wide expansion gussets and rigid drop bo...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 69

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA itstanding independents and Affiliates Honored by Societi '+> Alpha, was one of four to found the national organization in 1918. The number has since grown to 95 chapters in the United States with close to 30,000 members, in- cluding alumnae. Mortarboard's primary purpose is to honor senior women and to serve the college campus. Past ac- tivities have included sponsoring a Career Conference, serving as orientation cou...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 70

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ho mecoming Sparks Creativity By ANN EICHLER Tons of chickenwire, cartons of napkins and lumber, animals, storybook characters and football players. After weeks of fervid prepara- tion and anxious anticipation comes Homecoming weekend, an- nual event on campus since the year 1898 when the alums re- turned to play the varsity. Front lawns of each of the 98 residence halls, fraternities and sororities are literally littered ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 71

…rp rTEE MICHIGAN DAILY Women's Fall Fashions To Feature Comfort and Practi ng time, and ev'itable ques- led freshmen: ticality should ing your cam- her the occa- ifee, dorms or k is the casual Most of your high'school sweat- ers and: skirts can "graduate"' to college very nicely. A tweedy skirt, topped 'by a tailored blouse pr Shetland sweater, will rate you approval in the classroom as well as on informal dates. Trench Coats A Must Botany ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 72

…4G TO RECREATIONAL LEADERSHIP: av, 'V omen 5 Physical Education Department Offers Varied Sports Pr r of phygical education 1' required by the Uni- years ago. Those who know the all incoming freshmen basic techniques of these sports transfer students who may take advanced courses. sical education cedit Tryouts Held Cross Water Safety Certificates chance to learn how to make those for women is di- eight-week ses- ht period, women nt ac...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 73

…ACTIVITIES SECTION Y A& AL A- lqpmpll ILI flitr4t 14vlmrn* 4hr ACTIVITES SECTION MIM&T in i IA, .Na. 1. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958 TEN rA i Offers studies 'U Policies Services Students _ _ ---: NEW LIBRARY--This five-floor, $3.1 million Undergraduate Library at the University was opened last year. Financed by state appropriation, the structure is the largest of its kind in the world and is already carry...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 74

…THE MICIJ 1958-59 I , ':I, UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY Eightieth Annual Choral Union Series ROBERTA PETERS . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, Octoberl1 Coloratura soprano, young prima donna of the "Met" and concert stage; often seen on television. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . Saturday, October 18 CHARLES MUNCH, Music Director, will conduct this famous group in its twenty-eighth annual visit to Ann Arbor. GINA BACHAUER . . . . . . . . ....…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 75

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TODAY: Quartet Presents Chamber Music eligious Groups Celebrate Century of Activity By KATHLEEN MOORE This year marks the end of a ntury of religious organizations the University. Student religious activity has own from one small group or- inized in 1858 to participation in 3 denominational groups func- oning on campus today. The groups present, co-operative, 1-campus events under the direc- on of the Office of Religiou...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 76

…W I .W . J FampusActivities Further Musical Interests Universi A, Lit?' Ilncludes Three IHundj By ANN EICHLER r. the University has many activ- s on campus designed to further erests in all types of music. For those who like to sing, open- s are. available, by audition, in. : Opera Department, Michigan gers, University Choir, Univer- r Choral Union and Men's Glee ib. the Opera Department, in co- ration with the Department of eech, pre...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 77

…PRESENTATION BEGUN IN 1894: May Festival Features Well-Known Musical Artists in Six Conce !(x1' ''vJ rts EVERY SATURDAY-An important part of football Saturdays is the University Marching Band. Precision marching, intricate dance steps and elaborate formations as well as fine playing have characterized the band. It is one of three bands at the University. UniversityHas Three Bands May Festival, a series of six con- certs presented in Ann Arb...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 78

…THE 1MICHIGAN fDAILY LARGE, SMALL ENSEMBLES- 'U' Boasts Many Vocal Music Groups University students having an< interest in vocal music find sev- eral organizations on campus of- - fering opportunities for choral singing. : Numerous Scholarships Available at University ULRICH'S has The Largest Stock in Michigan Men's Glee Club . . The Men's Glee Club, directed by Prof. Philip A. Duey of the mu- ,,: .........ic school, will celebrate its cen-...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 79

…THE MICHIGAN OAILY Lech Department Presents Four Plays, Opera' C-Ted STANDARD SERVICE 1220 South University -- corner Forest I to a colonial period in Boston due to political pressure, was present- ed in its original setting of 18th century Sweden. The story deals with "political intrigue following an attempt to assassinate the King of Sweden. 'Playboy' Given The March production of J.M. Synge's "Playboy of the Western World," called a...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 80

…FFERS STUDENT SERVICES: SGC Studies University Policies. (Continued from Page 1) ject, according to the National and International Committee of SGC, among them Buenos Aires University. No definite new ex- change was set up however. The Foreign Student Leader- ship Program, under which out- standing students from other countries study in American col- leges, is operated at the Univer- sity by SGC:., Not sucessful, however, was the Council's So...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 81

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ion To Re-Introduce Traditions Committees Assist Council In Development of Policy By JAMES SEDER or those who yearn for "the d old days" the Union will pro-i traditional satisfaction Nov. 7 8, when some of the now dis-# led early customs o f t h e on will be temporarily rein- ited. romen will not be allowed in front door of the Union, but; be forced to walk around to1 side door. No unescorted wo-i i will be allowed in the...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 82

…THE MCHIGAN DAILY for the Best in BOOKS and SUPPLIES It's , 'S Un iversity B ookstore A -A MICHIGAN TRADITION FOR MORE THAN 75 YEARS! I i Thousands of Michigan Men and Women have I' found our dependable and courteous' service combined with the friendly atmosphere of a "real bookstore" the answer to their book and supply needs. t i New and' Used TEXT: £ '4 S and SUPP i I .. IS, for all University Courses Sp...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 83

…SPORTS SECTION SI Lw 41aU ~Iaii4 SEC ION r i .....,, rimy XTW L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958 r TWElLVEi Ir Nn 1 ;, l\ Mwu SPORT&WHYS ... s 6IJ~'e4 x ASportAsWelcome NTOULD LIKE to take this opportunity to welcome all Michigan udents for the year 198-59. Not only- do I welcome you to Michi- , but also to Michigan athletics. It is my hope that the following 12 pages of The Daily will ac- int you with the many a...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 84

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Renfrew Guides Michigan Hockey Squai ; i' G- By CARL RISEMAN higan's hockey team begins a, ra as the 1958-59 school year ;. ler Coach Al Renfrew, now s second year as mentor of am, the Wolverines will be! g outside of the now defunctj rn Intercollegiate Hockey! e- which broke up last year! ee Big Ten schools-Minne- Michigan State and Michigan -simultaneously bolted the WIHL over eligibility conflicts. The WIHL had furni...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 85

…IAY GET HELP FROM SCHEDULE: Basketball Team Seeks 'Pivotman, New Floor * I f By BOB ROMANOFF Michigan's basketball future in- cludes a new floor, a search for a center and possible help from the University Calendar Commit- tee. , According to Coach Bill Perigo, the oldest floor in the Conference will be replaced in- time for the opening of the basketball season. The old floor, which came with Yost Fieldhouse which was built in 1923, is por...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 86

…I Holds AAU Gymnastics Crown Strong Nuc 'us, -U I s) 4',. spots scene on is one of the pus, is also le gymnast. having won enior Worn- a good chance of winning a berth on the 1960 Olympic team. The question arises: How did such a pretty, perky blonde get interested in gymnastics. "I first became interested in gymnastics when I was a junior in high school," Carol explained. "I saw the Swedish National1 Gymnastic team- in action oneI n...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 87

…THE MICHUIGAN DAILY ophomores, uniors Hold Fortunes of l "1 VIA By FRED KATZ the NCAA championships at Oma- chigan's baseballers started ha during June. Until the playoffs season with a flourish but Western had lost only six games I with a frustrating fizzle. including the two to Michigan. predominately sophomore Fisher's Last (15 of the 24 men to see It was a year that was unique a were first year men), it was in several ways for the...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 88

…Department Appeals to All Athletic (s{: 7 By CHUCK KOZOLL Holding open a wide range of orts for all Michigan men, the bra-mural department provides cilities for both team and indi- iual contests. To facilitate competition, the partment has been divided into ven different leagues for faculty d students. The largest division made up of 41 social fraternities, mpeting in 23 sports during the L, winter and spring sessions. Michigan's three men...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 89

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rimming Team Repeats as N CAA Champi By DICK MINTZ igan, traditionally one of ation's outstanding swim surpassed all previous rec- rformances last year with a power-laden varsity that swept to its second consecutive NCAA swim championship. The NCAA victory climaxed an undefeated season that included a 4 ... :. d. . . . ... ... - Iets.eitthe /xe4 By CARL RISEMAN Mann's Suecessors [ATT MANN STEPPED down in 1954. He ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 90

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Two 'our Campus Shoe Center To For that "College" look and lots of comfortable Wearing, geta pairof Keds for the Fall . . "' , / ,Ir / Jf' I " , k* 1 44 By BOB ROMANOFF Hindered by the graduation of five lettermen, Michigan's tennis team was stopped in its bid for a fourth consecutive Big Ten title last spring. Entering the season with a phe- nomenal record of 45 straight dual meet victories, the Wolver- ines were ab...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 91

…Yearlings Ever Bolster A 1/ 'f ra Ik" , . to nt array of sophomores ed to get Michigan's field team back to nor- year after the disap- ip- to eighth place in indoor and outdoor eets. " for Coach Don Can- igan mentor, is cham- caliber. He won four ties (two indoor, two n 1955 and 1956. or last year's poor fin- s out of the first divi- >nce in his 10-year ca- higan. That fall was in season. Big jumps for the team crown -the kind Michigan ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 92

…tr GroupsAvailable to Students Matmen Lose 2 Stars-, Gain New Sophomores (Continued from Page 2) done by Club members: pleas- sailing, races between mem- s and races by the club team inst teams from other schools. he club picks tie top sailors n within its own membership make up the team. The Michi- . crew is one of the best in the twest and is ranked high na- ally. Competing in six regat- in the past year, the club crew .i three and finishe...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 93

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY V11' 1J11 L"A W 11V .1: ks Squad Lacks Experience Grid Coaches !ace 4, BERT KATZENMEYER .. . low years all three victories coming over non-Big Ten squads. Through a quirk in the schedule, Michigan ~engaged Purdue and Ohio State extensively in dual-meet compseti- tiont Each time the Wolverines were beaten, usually decisively, by these teams. Any doubt that the 'sched- ule of predominately strong teams did not accurately ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 94

…THE MICHIGAN l diana, NU, Minnesota, Purdue, Illinois Rebuild C i ontinued from Page 1) in State, Iowa, Wisconsin ossibly Michigan, accord- I pro scout who saw all the n the spring. Spartans were the fore- andidates until their best Blanche Martin was in- a the spring alumni game clared "out for the year" ,ch Duffy Daugherty. in was the only regular ld returnee from the once- 1957 eleven. However, the n's second-string quartet e Panitch, D...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 95

…" Lw zijtr JR PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1958 FC s S NEWS CENTER-The Daily night desk is the hub of activity from early afterno general news copy, whether locally written or transmitted over the wires, passes t of the night editor who decide which stories wll run in the morning's paper and reporters and rewrites for headlines. Editorial staff members generally work onex Business Staff Finances, Daily Works Lat To P...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 96

…v J" AL %-.A L Z -i s v J. Ensian ': ily Presents Complete News Coverage .A In Permanent500-PageBc :.y _ (Continued from Page 1) ti Daily staff members contribute to the Magazine; but anyone not, on the staff is also encouraged to write for it. With, the extensive and varied news coverage offered by The Daily, a large and well co-ordinat- ed staff is needed to publish it. Directing The Daily's work of bringing the, news to the campus ...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 97

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LISES STDEiN CMANUSPTe: 5eneration Contents Liiterary' Daily Plan 0i e Among College Newspaper ringing a literary touch to pus is Generation, the Uni- ity's inter - arts magasine,' ch gives student writers an op- unity to display their creative nts. h~e publication does not limit scope to short stories, essays, na, and poetry, however, but includes art, along with pho-f and articles on music and pture. oing into its 10...…

September 15, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 0) • Page Image 98

…THE MCUIGAN DAILY .5w GP ae eP 00 OS G Rc h" e44, U 1S' Ri F S s f r a1 For Every Course on the Michigan Campus 4 NOTICE! Engineers and Archiltcis ULRICH'S carry the largest stock in Michigan of Engineers' and Ar- HEADQUARTERS for SHEAFFER - PARKER and ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS ULRICH'S I WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great chitects' Books and Supplies Special Student Prices. at DESK BOOK RACK OnH/v 98c values ...…

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