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August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…A i FREE '' :Y Lw r~igaux ~ai4h FREE ISSUE ISSUE Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 XXVI, No. 1 Advice to Incoming reshmen I By ROGER RAPOPORT So 'your high school guidance counselor and wealthy alumni -friends of your parents got you in- to the University of Michigan. Or you were shot down by Harvard; Yale and Princeton, didn't want to disgrace your folks by going to CCNY and...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…v T II 'egents Approve Record $167.63 Million Bu dg 1II c acv STUD N'° UPp LIS iiz The Regents discussed the re- vised budget figures at their Sep- tember meeting, and on October 23 approved a general funds bud- get of $72.28 million. The $72.28 million, which represented a total increase of $13.24 million, in- cluded a $55.73 million state ap- propriation request. Explosion The general funds budget then slipped out of the news until Gov...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE' a r'r nfIA T. Ii Hike Tuition, Dorm Fees (continued f'rom Page 1) "small double," which formerly tion even more itlicredible," Feren- cost the same as a triple, has been cy said, "is that ft follows closely eliminated. on the heels of tbae largest appro- Living Uhits priation granted ho the University The across-the-board hike ap- by state and fede -al governments plies to all but four living units. in recent years....…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… Scventy-Sixth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS I Fulfilmen t or Social on tr I concerned with )r need he might to himself or at lay off because nim struggle in ere Opinions Are Free, 420 MAYNARD ST., ANN ARBOR, MiCi. Truth WIP Prevail, 42 ANr)S.ANAROMIIt Nuws PHONE: 764-0552 Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily ex press the individual opi...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, AUOITST 24, 1960 THE MICUTGAN DAILY PAGE 1 s. {DAY. AUGUST 24, 1965 TalE MICHIG AN I aIIY arriving on campus is more than just getting there 0. Vol (A". M.* As everyone knows, it's what you do, where you go, how you look. And to Incidentally, you'll meet the nicest people at HHS. . . and all these famous names in men's and women's clothing, as well. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX GGG H. FREEMAN AUSTIN LEEDS JOHN MILFORD EXCLUSI...…

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…SAX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTTE~gnV A~nTQT AIM .. a.TraQf.l&V aucr l9raT "" Z4, 1:1ti5 3 iet Nam Protest Undergoes lajor Changes By BARBARA SEYFRIED The Inter-university Committee for Debate on Foreign Policy has undergone considerable change since its formation at the Univer- sity on March 11. The committee has broadened its spectrum .of interest to include all foreign policy while still main- taining a distinct orientation to- ward fo...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN ' ,a TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 19Gb THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,, ? y : T; , i 5 : iik L n 3a yY x ^<l'n . y :. ' r. yy R' ' :< S" ..; 'x3 x k t ; A ";t .: v. .; '" y You,Meet the Nicest People Qt the STUDE NT .... al,.,:5 ~~ hi a full stock of used textbooks 761-0700 bor. COMPARE! ist of publishers' w much you will S sold below pub- : V.'J!!iEi' { 'dS EC $+E ; 4}. The demonstrations at the ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, ATTGUST.':24. 1965 THE ICHIAN DILY TJESAY A fT t 2rl iq U F, reek Discrimina ion a orce eraI c tion standards and tradition of the fra- "Any institution of higher edu- ternity." cation which applies for any fed- No Hearing eral financial assistance of any The suspension action came kind must agree that it will make without a hearing and without the no distinction on the grounds of local chapter having any oppo...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…TUESDAY. AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEDAY AUUST24,196 TH MIHIGN ,I. FUTURE PLANS: Wage Boost Formalized Astronauts Receive July 1, the increase of 25 cents an hour in student wages was put into effect. The increase culminated a cam- paign, staged and led mainly by the University of Michigan Stu- dent Employees Union, begun last fall when UMSEU representatives began to push for a mininium wage for student employes work- ing in th...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE ICHIAN AILYTUEDAY.AUGUT 2. Thi.' a _ ., .'+ avvv 1. CONLIN TRAVEL BUREAU, Inc. CENTICORE BOOKSHOP PAPERBACkS at DISCOUNT W French and German Books Literature or Philosophy STUDENT BOOK SERVICE~ STEAK & SHAKE RESTAU RANT Charbroiled Steaks & Hamburgers U Village ,ff "A / Friendly Aa to Shor in "I I 44 MUSIC CENTER, Inc. WITHAM'S D)RUG State Liquor Distributor ti Forest THE PIPE CEN...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…f :Yl r e 4f ItIr q aw Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESD)AY, AIUUST 24. 1965 43'att]y VOL. LX XV t, No. 1 i, E x T R A C U R R C U L A R The hard task of education is to liberate and strengthen a youtht's initiative, and ct the same time to see to it that he knows 'what is necessary to cope with the on-going activities and culture of society, so that his initiative can be rclevant. It is absurd to ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…I' . PAGE TWO TAE MICHIGAN IDA TLY n"TVQTA'v airTrN-iryonm oA vnoir Student Activism Undergoes Revival U;AY, AUGUT 4, 96 By JOHN MEREDITH Although less spectacular than their West Coast counterparts, university students last year showed signs of reviving the campus activist movement which fervently pressed for reform sev- eral years ago. .Both much maligned and vigor- ously defended, small groups of activists displayed dedipation, so-' ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE WO Two' By LAUREN BAHR Associate Managing Editor ' The end of an era at the Uni- versity was marked this summer when the Regents approved the plans for the University Activities Center, representing a merger of thenactivities wings of the Mich- igan Union and the Women's League.' Until this year, the Union and the League had sep...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY rrlTl lQna'V Atrrttsytca Kart < _A E _..EM I h G N l I X U UrM)AY, AVUUST 24, 1965 SGC epresenave o'U' Students The term Student Government Council is a misnomer. Its elected members are chos- en by less than a quarter of the students. The six ex-officios rep- resent no one. Its powers prescrib- ed by the-Regents are "hardly gov-. ernmental. And it does not directly j advise anyone, hence its functions are ra...…

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…24, 1965 THE ' MICHIGAN DAILY PA- * V4TLA L _4 _5 H _HI A ALY1~1' ''1 rn"l:l rIVL' i._ Sororities-'Self Evaluation' 4'F aF * K iR iR * K * Fi iF F F F F K *i F i iRi -K K i Fi i i i F F f I 'T I Cooperation among 24 under- graduate social sororities at the University is promoted by Pan- hellenic Association, which strives to meet the needs of all affiliated women. While each chapter is self- governing, the 24 presidents meet weekly t...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN TUE MIChIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN IQC- Quads' Voice AHC Faces Dual Roles ... _ .., Inter - Quadrangle C o u n c ii stands at the top of the student government structure of the men's residence halls. It attempts to coordinate and give general direction to the quad- rangle and house government or- ganizations, while simultaneously representing the interests of resi- dence hall men to the rest of the campus and th...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…P'AGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TYTF.RAY'_ T~l ll.Ql"old.L.4P4s .. _. . , a a~r ':ITVQT~A V AtsTsr)Si",T~'1' GA Thn3- i U U Studei Often the springtime visitor to the University sees strangely dressed (or undressed) students undergoing the mild torture of crawling from the Diag to the League Fountain or being show- ered, with brick dust around an oak tree. Such a panorama isn't a fra- ternity hazing or a physical edu- cation department p...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN .DAILY TUESDAY, x + AUGUST 24, 1963 s rx r+ v ++- r + THE MICHIGAN DAILY + ~r +r x + ++ x r r +- iscount recors THE HOROWITZ OF, TODAY ON COLUMBIA RECORDS The most eagerly awaited album of the decade. u te. EPIC !.'f ! .{'f ::. fY. .V1. 'V.'n?'."i.'tl.".isl":'';':".VJ" :4:V:':.::'A: ." yi ..::{{.. .. s1Vi. ii:." Y i i."i : iT r v i' . r..... . ...~ .' 'i:" 'l r y ... {: N '. ef. ..::iL : i . r:.::...…

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…'PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY A tICUIRT 9.A_ 1-441 'PAGE TEN TIlE MIChIGAN hAhN T 'cbA AITIT A f. U~.I Z4, AU Groups Give Student Actors A Chance To Perform By BARBARA SEYFRIED "A Funny Thing Happened on the Rouse indicated that some of the Its mass meeting time has not nization for which they are solely Way to the Forum." best talent for MUSKET was been released. responsible. Three student organizations nave MUSKET has been pr...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…4965n THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN . 24. 9E~ TH MIHIGN DILYPAG ELVEP U'Players Start 50th Season with Henry The University Players, an all-. student acting group sponsored by1 the University Department ofi Speech, will begin its fiftieth sea-4 son this fall with an achievement. that has only been done by four other'theatres in the world. l The Players will present William Shakespeare's "Henry VI" trilogy -all three parts-in one season. ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY r1PT1mTi' TAV 1ALTU rom *A"n - PAGE TWELVE THE MICHYGAN U1ATTV ' 'Uh11}AY, AUGUST 24, 1965 5 p k'h.::J: i::.. y .. ..n.: .' ..,(:iL ix . ":.: d + . ..,. a~{.ii':: ::.^h...ifX u.4'%R' n3... '4: .CO'O - .:.; <.::: ..:... 6.6ow wI " (That Great Street) FASHMO CE 0 U TER 0 S(A oO. a a MARILYN SHOP WOMEN'S APPAREL THE DASCOLA BARBERS MAST SHOE STORE COLLINS WOMEN'S SHOP I EAST LI BERT Y STREET i ...…

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…Interfraternity Council Celebrates Golden Anniversary One hundred-twenty years ago, a member of the University of Michigan faculty was strolling through the Black Forest (or what is now Forest Hill Ceme- tery) and happened to stumble across a log cabin, conspicuous only by its isolation. Upon investigating, he was refused admittance. On, an average day this year an executive or ad- ministrator of the University can walk into a modern, well-l...…

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…PAGE TWO FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 PAGE TWO FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TITESDA~, AUGUST 24, 1R6~ INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL SING-Before aned After--an Exercise In Unified Effort. aa A. M. SONNABEND ' Chairman, Hotel Corporation of America (Deceased) Zeta Beta Tau ? ' k : i " :" Fratern,,iis are a SiiifCa~t feturie of the total college educational exIerence, r +'coni rib,,zt i r sstanill y toward te * derelojfiit of th...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

…TUESDAY~, AUGUST 24, 1969 MA TEflNITIES AT MICHIG~AN 'k & fw I . K .t"Ai A flAHKEI jm Fy I I "eThe fraternity builds its Prestige by encouraging each individtual member to become an uncomnbown than. Those who place their faith~ in regimentation and mass movemecnts decry this, but theirs is not the way to f reedotn." THE SOLITUDE'CONDUCIVE 'TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT.. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL-Opportunity for Leatlership. Fall Rush Beg...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

… PAGE FOU&' FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 24,1965' PAGE FOUR FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST ~4, 1965' w BEN HIBBS Senior Editor, Reader's Digest Sigma Phi Epsilon "One of the finest things about fraternity life is that it teaches a man how to get along with his fellow, human beings. The intelligent -relationship of a man to his fellow meen not only is essential but can be one of the -most rewuarding things this life...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…F' If 1 Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 ~IaitF VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 The American university is being called upon to educate previously unimagined numbers of students; to respond to the expanding claims of government and industry and other segments of society as never before; to adapt to and channel new intellectual currents. By the end of the quarter century after World War II, there wi...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…PAGE T VO TRW 1 iZkI..E~kr1A1 N trnL4Xr --G TW 'U. r.11lg Ruxu'g1A 1r u * uv TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 5 0 Paul Goebel Frederick Matthaei Irene Murphey Allan Sorenson Eugene Power William Cudlip Robert Briggs Carl Brablec Regen eresent Public as Final 'U Authority The Regents constitute the ulti- mhate authority of the University. As an institution established and financed by Michigan taxpay- ers, the University is ultimately acc...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…THREE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI THREE President Functions as Leader, Teacher, Emissary I By MICHAEL BADAMO The position of University Presi- dent is both time-consuming and complex at a place as large andt diversified as the University. The office of President was created in 1850 when the Regents gave in to the demands of the faculty and created a special post. t...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY AlrWitiont *A ttk&ir __ _ AG _1O_ v LH11MX11HAN f L tYA aqtf..-.-h. JUUMSzrnx, AUU.UST 24, 1965 X We'll give you 60 seconds to read this message. That's the time it takes anews bulletin to reach this newspaper from the other side of the world. 0 I Marvin L. Niehuss Richard L. Cutler William K. Pierpont RogerW. Heyns Vice-Presidents Bear Burdens 4t The administrative burden of running the University fal...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24,.1$65 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE; TtJ~8PAY, AUGTJ~T 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE ets Money from All Over: and Pleads fo "r More The University gets its money from many sources, and spreads it as fast as it comes in--on new facilities, new teachers and all the other necessities to support a burgeoning institution of educa- tion and research. It is currently spending over $150 million a year to conduct its m...…

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…PAGE SIX; THE MICHIGAN DAii.V rVTT'l QIM A"V A TTf 9YTL nM na wtsr- a. a. as n avaaavr'a xa aaraaa.a TUESDAYX,JAUGUSTE 24, 196t5 i., Flint Dispute Embroils omney, State Board By JOHN MEREDITH The University's Flint College has attained statewide notice in the past several months as a cen- tral issue in a heated political controversy over methods of ex- panding Michigan's facilities for higher education. While supported by several lead...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 33

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dearborn Center: Blend of Industry and Ed PAGE SEVEN ucation By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM Managing Editor Special To The Daily DEARBORN--Like its director, the Dearborn Center is a hybrid. Engendered in the late fifties by a fusion of industry and edu- cation, the University's work-study * senior college here has grown up with the philosophy of the man who directs it. He is University Vice-President and D...…

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…'AGE EIGHT THlE MIICHIGAN DAILY MTYVQInAAr ATTA-Y'ro-mm ftA 4 - PAGE EIGHT 9YtE'~.u~ A ~ - ~ - - - I I I UNVA, AGUS 2419G 5 I M 4 I2 o nths for 27 (DEPENDENTS COVERAGE OPTIONAL) Supplementing the U. of M. Health Service 0 Proviclc Iroader Protection Against accident aiid Sickness * I In Force 24 Hours a Day 365 Days a Year Anywhere in the World ROLL I T PE E DS OCT. 1, 196 Approved by the University...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 35

… ir tjan Seventy-Five -Years of Editorial Freedom 3aa it VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 .9 E D U C A T I N The problem today is not simply to know how mechanical inventions may be used to bring popular lectures to audiences of a thousand, or even how to introduce new methods for language instruction, but what the significant educational experiences of young and intelligent men and women ought to be...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

…PAGE Two THE MICHIGAN: DAILY irTt-Cri A. ATTf4...-ITO1M A".\l AAIMx a . . .WQ THe MICHIGAN f lA .LY !TUESDAY, IAUGUST 4,1, 1 Is Counselors Give Advice, Information, Opportunity By ROBERT MOORE. There are about 44 different of- fices in the University community which either counsel students or to whom counselors refer stu- dents, a recent county indicates. They offer services -ranging from academic counseling to medical and psychiatric ...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE HOMECOMING'65. HOMECOMING '65 HOMECOMING '65 -HOMECOMING '65 HOMECOMING '65 'U2Faculty Plays New Role in Activist Tide By JOHN MEREDITH During the last ten months, the University faculty has emerged from anonymity to more vigorous- ly play a part in campus and na- tional affairs-or, at least, its more politically oriented membe...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…-PAGE FOUR HE ilICHICAN "AllUV PAGE FOUR TillAK X l IVA a A anIaAmI' -.tYM UR~VI so 2h a ,A TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 s: 'U' Libraries -Storehouse of Human Knowledge By DEBORAH ISACKSON In its 1965 annual budget, the University has asked the state legislature for an additional $658, million to maintain and expand million, the University placed such a high priority on the library sys- tem that they were still allocated $2.98 million-$5...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 39

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE; TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE # isf, w u a u Museums Feature rt, Music, Minerals, Zoology Nearly 100,000 persons visited University museums last year to see exhibits ranging from an- cient bones to a model of a large part of the moon's surface. For those who have never looked into, the threatening jaws of a mastodon or a water shrew, the University Museum is...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…i PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAIVV *TiTLtCTf J 'it l1 Tt!"1itClm w f: e wr PAGE.vSIX TUE MICUIEa LIIa l.%, TUESDJAY, AUGiUST 24, 1965 Residential College Plans Progress 17 Schools, Colleges: By ROBERT MOORE The site of what may be the most important educational inno- vation the University has ever produced is now just the east seven holes of a city golf course near North Campus. That innovation-the Residen- tial College-will be an attempt...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

…24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY iverse Opportunities SUB S C RIBE NOW .prises the Medigal Center plex, north of the women's nitories on the hill. tudents desiring to enter the col must show 90 hours of ergraduate work in the sci- e-oriented pre-medical pro- M. ationally known for its ex- mece, the school has an ex- ent hospital and faculty. he dean is William Hubbard. Music he Music School is unified in ew Nort...…

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…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIAN lt4.rra a as ?VvllVoln. At? Avr-%rTc*pin - " was .. 1AE JOT UEMT aEa1~iT fliaII ITUESDAY, ALIUUST 4, 1965 Trimester Evokes Mixed Reaction .,,,.,._ By BARBARA SEYFRIED Trimester is an innovation at the University, yet since its ini- tiation only two years ago, it has had noticeable effects upon it. Trimester was initiated by the University to enable it to use its facilities to the fullest ex- tent. This fall will ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

… TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE DINE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE 11 t ronte 11 11 iding this sort of overall on and coordination be- a heroic undertaking. ng a course for the re- program, even keeping the f state on an even keel, is, row a phrase from a crusty onomics professor describ- nsumer studies, a little like ig gravity by examining a lling from a tree during a ane in the dead of night. the job falls to Vice- ents Heyns, Pierpont and...…

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…PAGE TLM THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTTE.qTf AV. AY Tn r°TR" rr+ *,# i onx .""".. -EN TU .. 1 vIH acI a scfaaT ITUQi aA1f~~mh ur. uY, iUV~ar 4, 96 5 4r ,69c CIIIMA GUILD 6 THURSDAY and FRIDAY ... SATURDAY and SUNDAY'... At 7 and 9 P.M. (except where noted) Plus THREE Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures to be Announced AUG. 26, 27 CASABLANCA Starring Humphrey Bogart. With a Bugs Bunny cartoon. AUG. 28, 29 THE ...…

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…\:Y L 0fr 40P Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom 4Iait1 I 1 I -VOL. LXXVI No. 1Z&ANN AR.flR.fld ETfi Zf~AN T WTWZ TaA a~-ll ..r _.. __ -- '2NI 1J' l,,1YMIVAR.,rAIN, 1' I JrAjtiz* U'.xSjT14, I1965 A T H L E T C S Michigan's athletic program is so ar- ranged that every student may devote proper attention to physical training. Waterman Gymnasium for men, and Barbour Gymnasium for women, are well equipped; the directors at the he...…

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…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 ?AGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1985 Wolverines- Champions of the West in 6410 By CHUCK VETZNER No team has won two consecu- tive Big Ten football titles since 1955. Only a mystic or some kind of nut would suggest that a jinx is involved. Most people know better. The Big Ten is just not a spawning ground for superstitions, curses, and black magic. However, it does pr...…

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…v.O"Im MV*V.i~a TUVSDAY, AU+GtTST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TU..SDA. ,aAUGUST 24, 1965 THEV [ C r L!} 1a/ 1 FADE I!THR6EE ' Can (Continued from Page 2) to be one of the top ground-ga. ing outfits in the nation. Last season the junior tacky Tom Mack and Charlie Kin started out with little experien but under the guidance of 1 coach Tony Mason they turn in top performances. Mason, w eprned a permanent niche in W verine football folklore b...…

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…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 PAGE F OURT HE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 24, 1965 agers Set Records-But Leave Something f or '66 By PETE DILORENZI But theo ly black. I Any basketball team which loses starting tea players the caliber of Capt. Larry ver Darden Tregoning, center Bill Buntin and ward who guard George Pomey from its through la; starting five is bound to have a was able to tough time improving it...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965. TIDE MICHIGAN DAUX M'Nine Had What It akes, But OSUHa PAGE FIVE r By ED HERSTEIN There's an old adage that timely hitting and clutch pitching is wpat it takes to win baseball games. Michigan had them both this year, but Ohio State had them a little more and the results proved the adage correct. Though Michigan's Big Ten hitting and pitching were both only fifth-best in the Big Ten, the Wolverines finished the se...…

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…PAGE'src THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24,196!5' PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST ~4. 1965 _ _, I HOCKEY COACH VIEWS SEASON: -S 'Young Team, Tough League' LLOYD GRAFF Senior Suit of University Men! sst _ _l By JIM TINDALL "The Western College Hockey Association plays the best ama- teur hockey in the world, and we finished fifth in that conference, so I'm not real disappointed," said Coach Al Renfrew, reflecting...…

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