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January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…ZtiI P Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: ONE IN A SERIES I MAGAZINE Saturday, January 17, 1959 I Vol. V, No. 4 Saturday, January 17, 1959 GRAND PRIX de HONEUR (DRYCLEANING DIVISION) #1 10 , b. ' . -- r. " , /tom r 4 * V " } " _ i {7 " " f3 j -('p JJJ (1, u 2 . - - tl. f r1 r ) V' t J Q " qq 7 1 } i " . , , .... , k # # M e " fi f i * . " f " i R 7 it How do you win top honors in the international drycleaning field? Well, if...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

…0 ncient, , I were ord within two s S." CUT OUT AND SAVE MOVIl I 'Spy Author and Educator By THOMAS KABAKER ROBERT MAGIDOFF, now a teaching fellow in the Slavic languages department, once shot to international prominence by being the first man to be thrown out of Russiaton thetgrounds that he was a spy. "I was awakened quite early In the morning by the head of the Moscow Bureau of the Associated Press - my old boss before I went to...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

…- --,Emr- .-- qmp- - - , -00"qr"r- W-P.- WOMP - S St. IVerb Gardner: A Failure To Write Creatively Sam's Store Brings you WINTER BARGAINS for "Cold-Cash" Men's Wear All wool, gabardine and flannel pants 8 9 Asst'd Colors, Free Cuff Alterations Michigan's Search for More D There Is a National Shortage, but "the Problem Is 'Acute' in Thi A PIECE OF THE ACTION. ByI Herb Gardner. Simon and, Schuster. New York. 313 pages. i1 $3.95. fA PIEC...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…nc LI (Continued froin Preceding Page) The University is requesting planning funds for the building this year. The building will make it possible for all medical school departments to move into the medical center area and obtain adequate facilities. At present, the departments are in the East Medi- cal building, which the medical school has called -"inadequate and obsolete" for medical school needs. ALSO PLANNED is a children's hospital, a c...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 13

…e f OEm a Ito'! (Continued from Page 2) ing, more haphazard graves dur- ing the battle and mass graves while the Germans were in flight. Sometimes the Russian soldiers had to finish burying their dead." Magidoff made 14 trips to the front - the only correspondent to cover the entire war on the Russian front. THE TROUBLED face suddenly brightened. "Enough of this. I shall tell you how I met my wife. I was ice skat- ing in Russia in late 19...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 14

… Equalization Plan: Li rll S P I ' Your Discontinued Textbooks worth real mone! if sold to ULRICH'S with your currently good ones. YOUR BEST DEAL-FIGURE IT OUT ULRICH'S sell your discontinued books to over 600 college bookstores. This way we get the highest possible prices for you. At least 25% of the books used this semester are now obso- lete or discontinued. 7 another ULRICH sere (Continued from Preceding Page) the only, extens...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

…F F'I F VS 4 'er's Pay $ $ (Continued from Preceding Page) sities and a large segment of the watching public act as if he were. He is not a young businessman, building a good record, getting what are called "contacts" starting his business career in his. sopho- more year. He is not a unit of man-, power, to be classified according to skills and talent, and put through "hard subjects" which will be useful for the country's military and ...…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…w - -Mw ll I I N A IME O DISINT ) UNIL1 of- A NOTED EDUCATOR RE-EXAMINES THE VALUE AND 3 This New African State Is Working To Gain Stability in an Area of the World Plagued by Many Problems A Liberal Jiduca tio By HAROLD TAYLOR By AUMED BELKHODJA Fate gave Tunisia a privi. leged position, in the center of the sea which has nurtured civilization. From the balcony of the Maghreb, Tunisia looks both toward Europe and the East. The...…

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