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

… 0kr igau BIaii4 Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom VOL. LXX VI, No. 1 -ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 I I Says Apartments To Be Completed Stl Builder Points To New Methods, Hey1*Sill Inidicates 'U' Towers To Be Ready unueerne oos * * * * * Top Vce-Presiden t By DAVID DUBOFF The 300 University students with leases at a controversial new apartment building will be able to move in on time for the fall semes- ter, ac...…

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…---I PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY #VTT'PQ" A'V' ArTrrTG'rh"OA HnpK+ Regents Approve Record $167.63 Million I u dget i By JOHN MEREDITH On July 9, the Regents approved the final portions of a record high $167.63 million budget for the aca- demic year 1965-66, $20.36 million above last year's budget figure. Key factors in the increase in- clude: " Pay raises for faculty and supporting staff; " Higher enrollment (up 6.2 per cent to 30,900) ...…

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

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THIRE_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAflE THRFF. " it ...i li! 1. 11 LrL 1J Lo II i Hike (Gontinued from F Pag three separate occasio Democratic Chairman Z ency has attacked the labeling the hike "sho appalling." "What makes thisc unexpected and unacce tion even more incredib cy said, "is that it follo on the heels of the larg priation granted to the' by state and federal go in recent years." But Gov. George Ro twice de...…

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

… Seventy-Sixth Year EmITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORJTY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Fulfilment or Social- Controt? akeworld" and little concerned wAith1 ake any latent desire or need he might have to adjust it to himself or at least to tell it to lay off because LI it will not let, him struggle in peace. Where Opinions Are Free. 420 MAYNARD ST., ANN ARBOR, Mici. Trutb W11l Prevail 42...…

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…THE HE MICHIGAN DAILY RAAV, THE ICHIAN DILY ArgU'a '1'. no arriving on campus is more than just getting there .. . It - 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 EXCLUSIVES EAGLE HAMMONTON PARK PETROCELLI HASPEL CHARTER CLUB CUSTOM NATURAL PALM BEACH FASHION PARK BOTANY 500 FOX OF BOSTON BAR...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…,. _ :.... THE MICHIGAN DAILY IrT-nA -. .-. ..' . ' " . -''TV'1 'F1tl aU A1UUUS3A 4k, diet Nam Protest Undergoes Maj or Chan ges By BARBARA SEYFRIED tional I The Inter-university Committee to repre for Debate on Foreign Policy has thatth undergone considerable change NhF h since its formation at the Univer- NLF nh sity on March 11. withdra as a pre The committee has broadened However its spectrum of interest to include tions: all for...…

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

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA Looser Regulations Passed at U- The demonstrations at the Uni- versity of California's Berkeley campus last fall resulted this sum- mer in new regulations which give University of California students more freedom and the chancellors of the nine campuses more inde- pendence. The new regulations, passed by the California regents at their July meeting, affect nearly every issue that sparked the Free Speech Movement demonst...…

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

…I PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DArILV TUESDAY. AUGTTST 24. MAI Greek Discrimination May Force Federal Iction r_ i By JUDITH WARREN Personnel Directorf Fraternities at the University may come under more pressure this year to end discrimination in pledging practices as a result, off not only Interfraternity Councilf and Student Government Council1 pressure, but also federal govern-' ment pressure. . The entrance of the federal gov- ernment in...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN TiA TTV I) -taa .,r = '..'a- all . S1t S Ui S~J.3 PAGE NINE SFUTUREI.PLANS: Wage Boost Formalized Astronauts Receive Welcome at U' 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 .fLC when UMSEU representatives beg . to push for a minimum wa...…

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

…I E TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 ~E TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 196~ i "Catering to Students needs is a South U. Specialty" "Campus Village r .1 "/ A Friendly to Shop in' Area "r CONLIN TRAVEL BUREAU, Inc. CENTICORE BOOKSHOP PAPERBACKS at DISCOUNT French and German Books Literature or Philosophy STUDENT BOOK SERVICE STEAK & SHAKE RESTAURANT Charbroiled Steaks7 & Hamburgers j I MUSIC CENTER, I...…

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

… :YI r SevntyFiv Yersof Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESIDAY. AUGxUST 24, 1965 ~~Iait VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 WMNMWA-mwmmwn4mo The hard task of education is to liberate and strengthen a youth's initiative, and at 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 initia~tive can be relevant. It is absurdl to thinik ihat this task can be accomplhshed by...…

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

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY inTr.,gnAV_ ATTfZTTCT hd 1400t;? Student Activism Undergoes Revival rL' LfiX, Aukxu"nl z4, 1 Jl65 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 dedication, so-...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 196~i THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE7~I~ TWUJrU~ A EXuL . uauLli s ;, wo 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 the activities wings of the Mich- igan Union -and the Women's League. Until this year, the Union an...…

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

…PAGE FOUR THE 311CHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AtJt":itRT d- 1911 PAGEYOU TUEMICIGANDAIY TTF~fAV AT(11'QT9A_ _l AL %JAJOJLPtl.i, tltUU31 4%, lybJ , Co en s ~t red ed SGC -Representative of '' Students ECONOMIC WELFARE: The term Student Government t dn l n B )unci is a misnoe sr hoBy ROBERT MOORE. . by less than a quarter of the c dent The six ex-officios rep- nt epmy mny" sent no one, Its powers prescrib- a classic complaint of nearly by the R...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965, TIDE MICHIGAN .DA.ILY TUESDA, AUGUT 24,1965 TE MICIGA A Sororities -'Self Evaluation r 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 to discuss the issues com- mon to all sororities; discussions and decisions taken at ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY S1lA Y, AlUGVST 94, 190 ~G SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY JT~8DAY. AUGUST 24. tUE ..., ... ... w . . ......._. n. a y v v F: WEL COME . JJC: Students Judge, Punish, Pardon U. of M.- STUDENTS Visit MUEHLIG'S for the largest selection of, back-to-school bedspreads bOaNO by NOW ON SA LE If you steal a bike, fracture the University's driving code or keel over drunk in front of the Michi- gan Union-cheer up. You will ...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24a 9G5 TILE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE~1~4Y, AUGUST 24, 1905 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY IQC- Quads' Voice AHC Faces Dual Roles Inter - Quadrangle C o u n c i l 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 ...…

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

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24; 1966 PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 24. lrniK --l- --, VL", F_ Students Win Honor with Water, Brickdust I Often the springtime visitor to the University sees s t r a n g e 1y 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- t...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGU, T 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PALM. VTMV, I _ r etu ?Th7U* K K * **tSJ * 4 OF U I ' iscount records. THE HOROWITZ OF TODAY ON COLUMBIA RECORDSM EPIC 't.4. ..... ..:Y......."...:.... ...::.a......:.,....r.W.,."r.r.{:hai:"::v}:... EXTRA-SPECIAL BARGAINS only4 9 NONESUCH V 1. Bach Magnificant 1. Enig f- ICTROL gma and Ha 2. Mozart Piano Concerti 3. La Guirlande-Rameau 4. Symphonies 6, 7, 8, Haydn Variations 2. Brahms...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…MMM" rAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1965_ PAGE TEN TilE MIChIGAN flAtLY TIJESDAY. A[IGTIST 24 1~H~5 s +v r fs aF, y x lli al.4S L k1 a W'I " A i/ V V Fu roups Give Student Actors A Chance To Perform By BARBARA SEYFRIED 'A Funny Thing Happened on the1 Way to the Forum." Three student organizations nave MUSKET has been presenting traditionally presented dramatic increasingly more professional per- performances during t...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY s r ee e .r TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN BATTY PAGE ELELVE~N f U'Players Start 50th Season with Henry VI The University Players, an all- student acting group sponsored by the University Department of Speech, will begin its fiftieth sea- son this fall with an achievement that has only been done by four other theatres in the world. The Players will present William Shakespeare's "Henry V...…

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…PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 Lv ... .,...... .v : ...... ....n<....:...v.:... .:. . ... .... G.., .:.v1**Y ,..i ,n. .:., ..nu :, iY ...., .. .... r... v.. ,.s . .... .J'i.'v:.. n, v~n R ... n .<... .J> ..Ffi n "<.n :w ..~v ..,;; .. Y .. .. .. . ....' ? ,: :: : (That Great Street) t.. FASHM MARILYN SHOP WOMEN'S APPAREL THE DASCOLA BARBERS MAST SHOE STORE COLLINS WOMEN S SHOP I EAST LIBERTY STREET DIS...…

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…nter raternity Council Celebrates Golden Anniversary One hundred-tventy 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-li...…

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

… FRA'T'ERNITIES AT MICHIGAN trTT117C!VAW A'rY^VlfCWAn AA .'a ~ .a aav a a.u. ra iaa aaa iv IF.p A+., UG*UST 24, 1965 i MIKE MANSFIELD Majority Leader, Utz. Semite Alpha Tau Omega "When rien live and work together in d fraternal association in collage they -enhance each o/her's growth and each other's ca poc;1) to contribute to the lrr*t ;f iaternilies of community, state, notion and world." INTERFRATElINITY COUNCIL' SING--Before and Afte...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TU~8~AY, AUGUST 24, 1965 FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN "IThe fraternity builds its Prestige by encouraging each individuial inember to become an uncommn man. Those who place their faith in regimentation and mass inovemtcnIs dect y this, bitt theirs is not the way to f reedo in." THE SOLITUDE CONDUCIVE TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL=Opportunity for leadership. Fall Rush Beg...…

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

…. I GL FOUR 'FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST '24.1985 GE FOUR FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY. ATJE~ATW1' ~L .-. ...-..,.... ,.+..,.. a.sv v1V w71 F.r 1 7VJ A i 4 I BEN HIBBS Senior Editor, Reader's Digest Sigma Phi Epsilon "One of the finest things about ,fraternity life is that it teaches a inan how to get along with his fellow human beings. The intelligent relationship of a vtan to his fellow IJWIS not1o0711 is essential ...…

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

…C, , r 'urk Seventy-Five Year ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAT tgan s of Editorial Freedom N, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 :E3ait4 VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 N 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. U N V E R S T Y A D M N S T R A T By the ...…

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

… TWO THE MIC111IGAN DAILY TTTRDA.Av rS[lr TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TI T~'gr~AV ATTf~I Paul Goebel Frederick Matthaei Irene Murphey Allan Sorenson Eugene Power William Cud ?e ents Represent Public' as Final 'ip Robert Briggs Carl Brablec ' Authority I The Regents constitute the ulti- eliminated spring elections. The ulty members who are trained and In 1835 a new state constitution immediately preceding commence- The budgets and changes in...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE President unctions as By MICHAEL BADAMO TUESAY, UGUT.24w196.TH MICHIG AN DAILYi\/ Plii THREE 0 Leader, Teacher, Emissary The position of University Presi- dent is both time-consuming and complex at a place as large and 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 to hand...…

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

…'TAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY s v +vL.ai aav We'll give you 60 seconds to read this message. That's the time it takes a news bulletin to reach this newspaper from the other side of the world. Marvin L. Niehuss Richard L. Cutler William K. Pierpont Roger W. Heyns Vice-Presidents Bear Burdens The administrative burden of running the University falls pri- marily on the shoulders of four prominent vice-presid...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F rU' Gets Money from All Over: and Pleads fo ir 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 myria...…

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…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 44-1965 PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1965 Flint Dispute Embroils 'U ,'omney, State Board I By JOHN MEREDITH The University's Flint College hashattained 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- ing -legislators, t...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE S i TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY a l.uA AAW 0 ,.. r Dearborn Center: Blend of Industry and Edu catio By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM 700 undei'graduate students at an Managing Editor annual cost to the state of more Special To The Daily than $600,000. Part-Time Advantage DEARBORN-Like its director, In addition, some 100 graduate the Dearborn Center is a hybrid. students and 350 e...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. ATICATRT t 74 K' THE MICHIGAN DAILY TT~~nAV ATTI~tTg'w GA JL a~U ~ j, IU"LP :4% i: k I 1 1 12 Months for $27 (DEPENDENTS COVERAGE OPTIONAL) I Supplementing the U. of M. Health Service O Provide Broader Protection Against Accident and Sickness In Force' 24 Hours a Day 365 Days a Year Anywhere irn the World E ROL E I I.R .DIE DS OCT. 1, 1965 - Approved by the University o...…

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

…VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 :YI r L 411t .tgan Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 AOF :43 a t t E D U C A T I N .... .. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . .. .... . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . F i . r'' r I 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...…

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

… PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY T7 ' 4Z"AV Ai r itatr OA leeer' 1A E TO.E I H G N fl l Y'' .~T ~ Y~~t..- I [ r UAr, AU UUST 24, 1965 0; Counselors ive dvice, Information, pportunit for -Personal Counseling. seling and time spent in training. or adding courses, changing sec- lie Academic counseling is the stu- There are 107 counselors in the tions, or revising future plans as dent's usual contact with the Uni- ltrr olg e rbesaie ful-' Pro...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 196 s THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE +t "at/1L iaa a lUL &W HOMECOMING '65 Faculty Plays New Role in Activist Tide HOMECOMING '65 HOMECOMING '65 HOMECOMING '65 HOMECOMING '65 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 pol...…

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

…U THE MICHIGAN IIAILV Tit e"..QnAv A'Ct/3rlf2nM+1a I&&& )UR ~lE ICII~iN 1'1I UL,')LlAY, AUUUZST 24, 1965 IT' Libraries -Storehouse of Human Knowledge By DEBORAH ISACKSON i its 1965 annual budget, the' versity has asked the state lature for an additional $658 [on to maintain and expand three million volume library ities, one of the world's land- ks to man's knowledge. . granted, this would boost the 1 library budget to well over milli...…

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

…TUESDAY, AUGUST i4,1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAnV V TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 fl A rii~' ~'W~TI~' rti3au ri Ev5 Museums Feature Art, 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 the place to...…

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

…[R THE MICHIGAN DAIY TUESDAY.AUGUST'24.;19S' ... +v w..a.iaa s. asv aAVUi Mi,* iVUM r Residential CI 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 to combine the vast resources of a large university with the secur- ity and intimacy of ...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 Diverse Opportunities THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE L U comprises the Medical Center complex, north of the women's dormitories on the hill. Students desiring to enter the school must show 90 hours of undergraduate work in the sci- ence-oriented pre-medical pro- gram. Nationally known for its ex- cellence, the school has an ex- cellent hospital and faculty. The dean is William Hubbard. Music The Music School is unified in a...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY',Al THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, A trimester Evokes Mixed Reaction y BARBARA SEYFRIED imester is an innovation. at University, yet since its ini- on only two years ago, it had noticeable effects upon esea i oc rimester was initiated by versity to enable it to facilities to the fullest . This fall will mark the ring of its second year in the use ex- be- op- It features the 15-week term, exams before Christmas...…

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

…the Frontier of now Providing this sort of overall direction and coordination be- comes a heroic undertaking. Charting a course for the re- search program, even keeping the ship of state on an even keel, is, to borrow a phrase from a crusty old economics professor describ- ing consumer studies, a little like studying gravity by examining a leaf falling from a tree during a hurricane in the dead of night. But the job falls to Vice- Presidents ...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES'DAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1965 I 49C CINIMA BUILD FALL 1965 SCHEDULE THURSDAY and FRIDAY... SATURDAY and SUNDAY ... At 7 and 9 P.M. (except where not Plus THREE Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures to be Announce ed) d 0 AUG. 26, 27 CASABLANCA Starring Humphrey Bogart. With a Bugs Bunny cartoon. AUG. 28, 29 THE RED SHOES In COLOR, this is one of the g...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…:Y L 5itrtgan Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST ?4, 1965 3iaty VOL. LXXVI, No. 1 A T H I 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 head of each of these institutions have as- sistants in numbers so that individual a...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGURT'I&AMN THE ....I _ yAIL T!1F.qnAVAT T:r9L1* Fi raa.+uvoi tig saoa Volverines-Champions of the West in '64. By CHUCK VETZNER No team has won two consecu- re Big Ten football titles since 55. Only a mystic or some kind of it would suggest that a jinx is volved. Most people know better. The Big Ten is just not a awning ground for superstitions, .rses, and black magic. However, it does produce foot- 11 pl...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE V EE 4 TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE. -: Can (Continued from Page 2) to be one of the top ground-gai ing outfits in the nation. Last season the. junior tackl Tom Mack and Charlie Kin started out with little experien but under the ,guidance of li coach' Tony Mason they turn in top performances. Mason, w earned a permanent niche in W verine football folklore by sho ...…

August 24, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

… T -AGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN I)ATIN TTTEIRDAT- ATTnTTqIP %A. 169.9 1?AGE FOVR TIlE MICIIJc.AX DAILY I I.Gi31~i, ~uv n~l,4%. t Ib Cagers Set ecr ds-t Leave omething for '66 By PETE DILORENZI But the outlook isn't complete- ly black. Back from last year's Any basketball team which loses starting team is Captain-elect 011- rdayers the caliber of Capt. Larry ver Darden, a 6'7', 230-pound for- d eonng, center Bill Buntin and ward who caught f...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE l T U E SA Y , U G S T 2 4 1 9 5 H E M I H I GN.A.Y _ r ,"- r AV M' Nine Had What It Takes, Rut OSUHadore By ED HERSTEIN There's an old adage that timely hitting and clutch pitching is what 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 b...…

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…PAGE SrK THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 24.1965-1 PAGE SIX THE MICHiGAN DAILY TTTESDAY ATT(~T1~v 9& iwa~ 46 f uva -k L, i1 lU"V U1 iGY, AVua0 li r HOCKEY COACH VIEWS SEASON: 1 4 'Young Team, Tough League' LLOYD GRAFF m enior Snit University Megn! a ape[pEL4 1' V. 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 disap...…

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