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September 13, 1960 • Page Image 65

…THE MICHIGAN DAILi Requirements Provide Broad Program essential skills of speaking, com- prelhending and reading the lan- guage for its use in professional and other affairs. It also providest a general view of the culture of the people whose native language is being studied, social Science The social sciences attempt to find patterns and understanding' in the realm of human relation-! ships. They assemble, correlate and analyze information ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 66

… ppr THNE MOST EXCITINGW DEVELOPMENT IN DIAMOND RINGS IN 50 YEARS! AT DANIEL'S you get the extra services so important to every customer. You get the full guarantees that go with the product, and you get Daniel's budget, too, if desired. REMEMBER ... at Daniel's you are assured, always of quality, service and the best honest value anywhere. Again we offer a hearty welcome to Ann Arbor and hope that we at Daniel's will be able to serve you in t...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 68

…TIE MICRIGAN DAILY 1 Hall, Lubin Reinstated; Hatcher Takes r (Continued from Page I) # fines of not more than $10,000 or said. He will continue this super- 1liam Cross who left the University Government Council and other the owner, and it "stoo had taken nn official stand nre- five years' imprisonment, or both. vision. to assume a similar post with the student activities. entrance for about ti 11CLti YOYA.G II liV Vii/41Sa1 /P VikaaV. 7t4"...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 69

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nelson Named To Post .... Subscribe .Henry Secre- n and I mn and) to J, 4nnourncinq The HOMECOMING \ Michigan ined the de- ophy of the ule of Law." s here were Sen. Wayne king on old high school erine Girls' Daily MASS ( , I MEETING SHELLEY BERMAN ' ' Thursday, September 22 Coming ANN ARBOR HIGH Wed., Oct. 12 FRESHMEN-Homecoming requires little time but provides much er U I. .. . . .. ...... ... ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 71

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I t _ , 1 1 l ;"' =;' ,, i y; i I " l ) JI I J U 11 r / I' ~ II 1~ 4 / X b wr Z /"I 'I } 1 !,f; , t " 1 /'. Y,,. 'i I t ~ 41 ,( " .. _ ~7 A L A ) ' A. rH cj Villags-8Store iiAa 14 0 r 11 Ii M' 109 S. Jefferson Pleaant 2-5 797 Birmingham 205 Pierce St. Mid west 4-7100 1205 S. University Normandy 5-8682 0 Grosse Pointe 88 Kercheval Tuxedo 4-7180 II .' :mss ,2 '3 >i' …

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 72

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYATUEUDA, I p ~ I m S Student Student Government Council BIKE AUCTION-Saves you money. Watch for announcements at the beginning of classes. ook e change I I', 1 FRESHMEN I Save money- buy your books at SBX. in basement of the Student Activities Building. Open 1-5 Sept. 12-23. I M YOUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL SERVES YOU = S 0 ica I SI S. lo cI COS O 0 01 di I * A BAD FALL - AN ACCIDENT - an eme...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 73

…Air zlan ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1960 _ t + Con strluctionl Resumed STUDENT ACTIVITIES ADDITION-On the right of the pictured building is the new addition to the SAB, which is due to be completed next fall. Financed by student fees, the new wing will contain the admissions office and the bureau of appointments and occupational information, as well as a number of student-oriented adminstrative offices. OUTLAWS DISCRIMIN...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 74

…'HE MICH!IGAN flA Ly SERVICES UNIVERSITY, STATE: IS T Geared to Space-Age Research and bringing them back to earth. Prof. White said that rather than take over any space of cur- rent University fa cilities, the In- stitute's biggest function will be to provide additional laboratory space for University research andl to be the center for state research. Institute Branch Another major part of Institute work will be the Great Lakes Re- search ...…

September 13, 1960 • Page Image 75

…~AiC .1c@e"~ - 60d~sOr~1 ~ jl ~39 Stote TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY legents Govern Establish Policy II ~p.S. I UNIVERSITY BRANCHES OUT: Flint, Dearborn Offer Unique Services vision and control; policy and expen- ;is done by the lected Regents. re chosen-two at pring state elec- ear terms. in the ion or death of ers, the Governor titute for the re- eRegents currently include E. Eckert of Lansing, Charles ,ennedy fo Detroit, Carl F. hiaei of Ann A...…

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