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October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…ichigan State 35 Iowa . .. 21 Northwestern . . 7 Illinois . . . . . 10 0@ Navy . . . . . 2 Wisconsin y7 racuse . ..451 California, 0 West Virginia.. 0 Slippery R . . 0 7 Indiana 0 Purdue . . . . . 14 Notre Dame 6 Penn State. . 8 Penn 0 0 . . . . . . . . THE NECESSARY COMPROMISE Y Lw iArn ~ati4 CLOUDY, MILD High--6O Partly cloudy and cooler tonight and Monday. See Page 4 Seventy Years of Editorial Freedom i VOL. LXXI, No...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…THE MICRIGAN DAILY 'RAM NOTES: embrandt Prints on Display ARTS AND LETTERS: Poster Art Forms Link Between Artists, Public mbrandt Prints," the major xhibition of the fall semes- pens 'today at Alumni Me- 1 Hall. lcted in connection with a randt seminar led by Prof. Rosenberg, visiting profes- om Harvard and curator of , Fogg Art Museum, the 77 randt pieces with 4 addi- examples for study were d from Midwest collections. rt Sahl, called the ...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

… Red Leader Asks Solidarity LONDON (AP} - Mao Tze-Tung yesterday humbly recognized the Soviet Union as the world's great- est Communist power and offered to soft-pedal his ideological quar- rel with Premier Nikita S. Khrush- chev in the interest of Red solidar- ity. The Chinese Communist lead- er and his three top associates in Peiping sent a message to Moscow wh~ich stopped just short of bowl- ing completely to Khrushchev's will. Their teleg...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…Seventy-First Year . EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS th Wil Prevai"l STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 orials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writes or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. Y, OCTOBER 23, 1960, NIGHT EDITOR: ANDREW HAWLEY Myopic Realism No...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…AILY _w ....,. IAL BULLETIN World Costumes, Variety Mark International Week By SUSAN HERSHBERG I For.Direct .lassifea'd Service, Phone NO 2-4788 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday,,and Saturday 9:30 'tit 11:30 A.31 y rr rrrrr rr ir i i u r r (Continued from Page 4) Japan, and Robert E. Ward, Prof. ofl Political Science, on "Recent Political Disturbances in Japan" at 8:00 p.m., Tues., Oct. 25, in the East Conference Roon, Rack...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…TAE MICHIGWTAN DAMI Purdue, 21-14, Remains Unbeate FJ Middies Shut Out Penn, 27-0; Syracuse Wins 16th Straight *4) By The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA - Halfback Joe Bellino, Nevy's highstepping All-America candidate, scored two touchdowns yesterday as the un- beaten-untied Middies coasted 'to a 27-0 victory over Pennsylvania: The running of Bellino and the passing of quarterback Hal Spoon- er featured the sixth straight vic- tory of the...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…THE 31ICfIG N DAILY Gophers Recover. SPORTS BEAT by TOM WITECKI II0 Fumbles, Take Away Brown Ju AM Loses Ball Seven Times To Hard-Hitting Minnesota Line Living Up To Their Notices "jHEN Michigan assistant backfield coach Jack Nelson called th Minnesota football team "the closest thing to the Chicago Bear I've ever seen in a college team" early last week, there were, those who tended to disbelieve. If the disbelievers were among the 69,352 ...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…EST THE MICHIGAN DAILY dr ,,, , , x x . i ;' 'd ; ;; yt ' 'yam-. _ .. - - A -.. 7 4 .- .4 ,- 4/, -. 5,.~ ,-~ -4.-' ~C' ..*.C~ ,~ , . 4. ov4~ -~.......... Construction-a Frame of Mind Hop andi on Buy, your your Wheel(s) Directory ! /' S I 'N 9:00 A.M. to 4:0P.M. AT THE " DIAG " ENGINE ARCH * MICHIGAN UNION …

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 10

…sua ac :ets Avert' Winter Winds Fall Shirts . 1WWV The sensational development of outerwear this season will write an entirely new chapter in the epic of men's apparel. This new look is the zip, button, or toggle fast- ened jackets for casual wear, ranging from waist to knee length. The trend to suburban living, the added impetus for viewing outdoor sports during autumn and winter, and a growing trend to- ward a leisurely appearance in...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 11

…TH ,= IIfGA es Shown in Basic Suits By RICHARD OSTLING Men's suits this season will represent a wide variety within a small/range. Some four or five types are considered basic, and of these, the conventional three but- ton model with the flap pockets and center vent is once again a certain favorite. However, prominent 'a m o n g those making headway in the field is the so-called natural shoulder, traditional group with little or no shoulder ...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 12

…cy Cummerbunds Di ditional Ivy Leaguer ramatize r Tuxedos, By JOHN ROBERTS The Ivy League tuxedo continues to be the most popular fashion in men's formal wear. This design is characterized by Its natural shoulder, straight cut coat with shawl collar, and trousers cut in a mode so casual that they may almost be worn as slacks. Cumberbunds, which in recent! seasons have become practicall% a must for formal events, add a spicing of color to the ...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 13

…Ri s Sow to Cocktail Dresses By SUSAN STAGG winter formal season is just i the corner, but full formal' vill seldom be seen. :tail dresses are the usual g apparel. These sport the e just below the knees. For g a full skirt is recom- d, but the slimline sheath popular. - A sheath suit is probably the most practical evening garment. A short fitted jacket of biege brocade topped a scoop neck sheath in one suit. The jacket Is fastened with ti...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 14

…[GiAN DAII. is Show Ingenuity, tivity with Needle m. Girls Seek Comfort Style In Loungewear rsity coeds are character- a good deal of ingenuity ativity; As evidence for this nt, witness the knitting ring prowess of the nearest girl. st every coed, at one time her, has attempted to knit er. Many of them succeed, h surprisingly good results. yling of these hand-knit a generally leans. towards ,ent campus classics: crew at-neck slipons, fluffy...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 15

…les Still in Vogue of Casual Wear Unsual Hats Favc Ir By JUDITH OPPENHEIM -Daily--Doug Roach MIX AND MATCH--Sweater and skirt combinations range from the plaid skirts and complimenting sweaters such as the stone green ensemble on the left to matching sweaters and skirts like the outfit on the right, which is bright purple. AROUND NECK: Fishermen, Turtle-Necks Characterize Fall Sweaters At the University, casual clothes haven't changed ...…

October 23, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 30) • Page Image 16

…,,fl T H E M I HCH IG A N D A ILY U KDAY, 0 SHIRLEY F1RERIKS Mary Markley Hall LINDA UNRAD -Sigma Delta Tam I /r _ ANN ARBOR,7 MANARD i ocoie 23, 1960 / / ~JacobsonsAn it has ;a College Aro msSneshintg special. ® no,, C $the fahinsan ashio thelte "nformraliy ,troug0 BheS ore rdith lesfrb h ughou thee Sore odelin d getSop on the lowe le ad from the Thi QrFashion adrr0'h nf partmhent Yuaei r o u a e n te d to s to p in a n e .l a n e 1 C7/ ...…

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