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August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Freshman Edition Li *fr 43an Seventy-Four Years of Editorial Freedom Dm4 WIT- T I .ry -,t6 1 I I i V %Jju JWX.& V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AUGUST 25 ,1964 SIX SETION ---" _.. ,, , . . _.., . .:.:.s. ti a t., av z J y GV1 1Ty ~ lg U' Gains New V-P, 3 Deans TheUniversity gained a vice- President, a dean, two'=associate deans and a department chairman -and temporarily retained an- other vice-president-since classes ended in May. It'...…

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… GAN DAILY Citizens' Group Suggests a Closing of Jones School A citizens' committee this sum- mer asked that Ann Arbor's Jones Elementary School be closed to correct "racial imbalance." The group asked that its 200 students-over three fourths of them Negro-be transported to other city schools. Its recommendation, now under consideration by the local board of education, received support from most of the 300 people who attended an open meeting ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 0 GOOD: 3fessors Rate owater s Chances conditions in Cities-"make people wish for easy solutions. "Goldwater also appeals to mid- dle-class people who want to feel that their success. in life is a func- tion of personal' initiative and that poorer people. simply lack such initiative," F'eingold said. Long Haul Order Your D Phone 764-0 GOODMAN e political science profes-X isagreed recently on Sen., Goldwater's chances ...…

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… a S f APrftbyear WDUrn rcw,~fY~BojaD IN CORJ!IYoL-cw S~u rrP . cmo A Year of Change and P, 5/5/ U 4 420 MAYNARD S- A AiiR, MZCIL NEws PHoNE: 764-0552. 'a4s printed in The Michigan Ddiy express the individual opinions of staff writers or the sdion-. This must be noted in al reprints. .2, 1 NIGHT EDITOR: KENNETH WINTER c US-TU ._ . Reflections fo r aMember i the Freshman Class of 1964 3S THAN A YEAR ago you were usily engaged in fi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Stickers Provoke Debate Make WAHR'S your headquarters for all your textbook and college supplies SERVING U OF M STUDENTS SINCE 1883 - By JEFFREY GOODMAN Links between the John Birch Society and city endorsement of a "Support Your Local Police" sticker campaign have stirred the ire of numerous city officials and councilmen in the past few weeks. The issue started quietly when the city b e g a n distributing, through the po...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY mown i 1 ...._. <. Wellman Views Faculty's Role I- u Secur perfo by res THE' JNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PLAYERS Department of Speech presents 1964165. e finest seating and the rmances of your choice serving your Season Subscription now! By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM From the ranks of the faculty each year is chosen a man who, more than any other, is respon- sible for seeing to it that the faculty's voice is heard in Univer- si...…

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…AUGUST 25, 1984 THE MICHIGAN DAILY umni Association Keeps Former Students in Touch w za raduation by no means ends udent's ties to the University least not if the Alumni Asso- ion has anything to say about :aintaining these .ties-and a tionship beneficial to both the nnus and his alma mater-is' major function of the Asso- There are many ways in which' the Association serves University alumni. When a group of alumni comes back to the campus ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 arriving on campus is more than just getting there . . . _ -.^. i : 1 As everyone knows, it's what you do, where you go, how you look. And to this latter end, our new Arborland store is very much centered upon the You'll find all these famous tastes and traditions of the college man - and woman. It's a store where names in residences at H-H-S CHARTER CLUB' BOTANY 500 PALM BEACH- ALPACUNA HASPEL HAMMONTON...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY gCK-TO - CAVIPU 3 SPECXgL S FROM HUGHES HATCHER SUFFRIN'S ARBORLAND STORE __ ,ki e) 'Am y l CHARTER CLUB ALL-WOOL SHARKSKIN /MP NATURAL SHOULDER VESTED SUITS SPECIAL! CLASSIC ALL-WOOL CHESTERFIELD COATS FOR FALL A favored look on campus or off . . . the classic Chesterfield coat, now at a value you'll be hard put to match. Choose from a fine all-wool Birdseye tweed or a neat her- ringbone with a snug zip-out pile...…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… the Daly business staff National Faculty Group Drafts Paper Li ::::~:Naming Students' Academic Freedoms I k I t . 3 "Students should be free to take A national group of faculty reasoned exception to the data or representatives has drafted a views offered in particular courses statement advocating a liberaliza- of study. They may be required tion of student regulations which to know thoroughly the particu- would make the University rules l...…

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…, 1964 THE MICHIAN~ DAILY .aa .._ a.aa. araaav.aai,.. a+sf ala:.+,ea '. , r r 1 > ONCE AND FOR ALL: This Is the Real 'U' Calendar Chances are, in one of your mailings from the University, you received a 1964-65 calendars If so, ignore it. Scout',s honor, all kidding aside and once and for allthegcalen- dar reproduced at right is the cor- rect one for '64-65. Just how it came to supersede the' older one is a long story, involving a snarl of...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY UDAl "Camps Vilager /~A Friend rtoS o S 4i MUSIC CENTER,3 InI CONLIN TRAVEL 0 £. BUREAU, inc. STEAK&i SHAKE STAEBLER RESTAURANT 5 WITHAM'S BEAUTY SALON Charbroiled SteaksW DRUG Specializing in &Hamburgers SaeLqo itiuo Hair Styling Forest StTe G-TED STANDARD 2. THE PIPE CENTER f*SERVICE erything for the ,,< v tY Y . { . Mf 'lot L k1 Y i i ', v '. r:..:. x "f g< ='4 .Pipe Sm1 okCer .~. Y, 9 3 sTHE LITTLE SHOP VERBECKS sv zh ...…

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… i I I rP £fr41gan Datl VOL. LXXV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 SECTION 3 ORGANIZING ANARCHY By KENNETH WINTER Managing Editor IT SEEMS terribly simple. A person wants to learn some- thing, and someone else knows it. So they pick out a convenient log, sit down on each end of it, and "teacher" teaches "student." That's all there is to it. If this classic model of educa- tion ever did really exist, even then there we...…

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… PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 _______________________________.............. _ ~inmmmmm .1 ___________________________________________ ______________ *~*-*~...~ ~ .t:.:.Q(~.:.x.:.>:.:.Y. F. t Interested in working Michigan Datly staffs n ? THE CURRENT Board includes five Democrats-Regents Eugene B. Power of Ann Arbor, Allan Sorenson of Midland, Carl DROP IN AN...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 25,19$4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY .a tiuaf iZl President's Intricate Job Grows with Universit The job of University President' is a complex one. It began in 1850 when the Board of Regents conceded to the de- mands of the faculty and created a special post to handlethe myriad of jobs which, up until then,, the faculty had been forced to assume in addition to their teaching. The first...…

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…--l PAEW FTR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 r e.1 Powerful Vice-Presidents Handle Key Problems '' r I Directly beneath the University President are six vice-presidents --men who make fewer headlines than the chief executive but wield a powerful hand in the day-to- day workings of the upper admin- istration. Three of them-the vice-presi- dents for student affairs, research and the Dearborn Center-have relatively spec...…

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…I TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE V. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY r 01171L i 1 u a: 'U' PRESIDENTS: Eight Come Before Hatcher Finances Plague ' Officials (Continued from Page 3) South University. His successor, Henry Burns Hutchins, refused to have him evicted, preferring to live elsewhere. Angell died in 1916, in the house where President Harlan Hatcher lives today, almost a half-century after coming...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 A i. MM ;I E HAT A G , Industry, 'U' Join to Build'Hybrid' Dearborn Center C+> By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM Special To The Daily DEARBORN-Like its director, the Dearborn Center is a hybrid. Engenedered in the late fifties by a fusion of industry and educa- tion, the University's work-study senior college here has grown up with the philosophy of the man who directs it. He is University Vice-Presiden...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CONFLICT WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE? TUESDAY, A rU'Branch Expansion Provokes Controversy in Flint Area With the prospect of an addi- tional 40,000 students seeking en- rollment in the state's institutions of higher learning by 1970, Michi- gan's educators have been faced with the need to expand. But for some time now, a good deal of controversy has raged over Just how this expansion is to be carried out. On the one hand, the...…

August 25, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

… PAGE EIGITT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1954 PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 23. 1354 x Out-of-Staters Cause Recurrent Spats 'OPERATION MICHIGAN': Relations Office Nurtures Public Image By MICHAEL HARRAH Annually, the Legislature--or at least a few members therefrom- take it upon themselves to chas- tize the state-supported colleges and universities for the percen- tage of their respective student bodies comp...…

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…I t . 77 ZZI P Hir1tigan Dati I VOL. LXXV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 SECTION 4 AWAY FROM ANONYMITY Extra-Curricular Lift By MARY LOU BUTCHER THE UNIVERSITY'S enrollment is nearing 30,000. At times, the thought of being "one in 30,- 000" can be overwhelming. The imagination lends credence to fears of anonymity and isolation; visions of crowded lecture halls and haras- sed, can't-be-bothered professors loom...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY cial Textbook Service PRE-REGISTERED STUDENTS Student 'G overnment' See (No Cash Required) : By LAURENCE KIRSHBAUM The' term Student Government Council is a misnomer. Its elected members are chosen by less than a quarter of the stu- dents. The eight ex-officios rep- resent no one. Its powers pre-1 scribed by the Regents are hard- ly governmental. And it does not directly advise anyone, hence its functions are rarely ...…

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…x zs, ss THE MICHIGAN DAILY ower, Purpose Rites, Ordeals Reward the Chosen Fe .:. SGC members make heroes or fools of themselves. ties Bldg. tot day night figh watch the "Wednes- rts. Ho Hum Those who do aren't likely to return. Council discussion is a rather insipid morass of parlia- mentary gymnastics. The elected representatives tend to divide into student activists and fraternity playpals. The for- mer have a demanding outlook on st...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, e eparatel Women's Campus Center Sponsors Diverse Events - _ Traditionally a service organi- community. The University, Serv- ;aion n1d actvtiesnte women ;s :ice Committee cooperates with the naton ndthe center'fowmes Michigan Union to manage fresh- )rganized activities, the Women's man orientation; the Community [eague has, in the last four years, Services Committee provides or- nlarged its activities program to...…

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…t !t}, THE MICHIGAN DAILY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY"YYYYYYYYS[YYYYYti[vvvvvvvv v..vu ................- ....-:.. -------------__. T Ti TI1'YY'?Y r s s-s }'f s'{-i's's's" t-t~fitf #tFi F ff~tfFfifi taNFF ; F y y y y y y y y y y y y .r iscount records,. * -CAPITOL ALBUMS- BEATLES $3.39 BEACH BOYS $3.9 2. MEET THE BEATLES SECOND ALBUM 1. SURFIN' SAFARI 2. SURFIN' USA 3. LITTLE DEUCE COUPE $3.39 4. SURFER GIRL 5. SHUTDOWN No. 2 NANCY WILSON...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY 1' BROADWAY PLAYERS WILL HIGHLIGHT the Association of Producing Artists' Fall Festival. Joanna Roos and Sydney Walk- n here (left) in "Right You Are," are expected to return to Ann Arbor to play character roles with the APA. Jan Farrand and Corzatte (right) also are expected to play leading roles in Fall Festival plays. The festival will run Sept. 22-Nov. 15. Of essional Theatre inTh...…

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…' 25,1964A THE MICHIGAN _UAYZ.v 25, 1964-TWI .M.r V E'aA6 v Al 1'iJ.-V 'RIAL,' 'SORCERER': G&S Survives Crises, Slates Two Light Operas May Festival Climaxes Musical Society's By MICHAEL HARRAH A beleaguered tradition on cam- pus is the University's Gilbert and Sullivan Society, whose problems with calendaring and productions have become perennial. Still and all, the out two spirited every year. Society turnsj performancesj For the 19...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vu THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tt ii Political Views Find Expression, 'Gideon,'Imaginary Invalid' To Lead 0 'U' Players' Seven-Part 1964-65 Playbi A; do NOfneed... national liberal-radical organiza- tion. SDS's main emphases cur- rently are economic reforms and disarmament. Young Democrats The Young Democratic Club ap- plies the ideals and policies of the national party to campus, state and national issues. Working primarily t...…

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…_ .. . .. onths for '27 To Provide Against Accident and Sickness In Force 24 Hours a Day E ROL EI T Approved by the STUDENT GOVERNMENT Additional information available at the Student ALSO AVAILABLE cidental Death and Dismemberment. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ent Isk <c'ent ns rance r , i l 5, OOO Coverage $500 (five dollars)' or- $1000 Coverage $1000 (ten dollars) Available in addition to Student Health...…

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… PAG THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1984 a PA1~R TU~?,T THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1964 , Residence Hall Representatives Legislate, Lobby S v IQC Represents Men in' Quads, Inter-Quadrangle Council is a democratically-elected representa- tive body for the more than 3000 men in University residence halls. Its traditional role is the over- seeing of student government problems within East, South and West Quadrangles ...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y' a. ~qa~aE&U*j V --,' ,;..C IAND IL riourlr; r.LmvBN U' FRATERNITY MEN: Scholars, Servants, Socialites Panhel, 24 Sororities Promote 'Well-Roundedness' - By JEFFREY GOODMAN Diversity is the key to Univer- sity fraternities, with emphasis on everything from scholarship and service to social and athletic ac- tivities. Each of the 45 closely-knit houses on campus is run largely! by its members...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY (That Great Street) FASH ON CE TER ILYN SHOP N'S APPAREL THE DASCOLA BARBERS MAST SHOE STORE COLLINS WOMEN'S SHOP S 0 U T H O C t(,an Geo. a o. * :Z ?n ca ' >. V Q EAST LIBERTY STREET GREENE'S CLEANERS DISCOUNT RECORDS- i CHECKMATE MEN'S SHOP CAMPUS BOOTERY0 WAGNER'S, MEN'S SHOP THE BELL TOWER HOTEL' T H CARMAN'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND APPAREL SEYFRIED JEWELERS SAFFELL & BUSH MEN'S SHOP S T R THE MUSIC CEN...…

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… Cl4r, iiota 43a'tt VOL. LXXV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 SECTION 2 GROWING PAINS Education an Research By H. NEIL BERKSON Editor IF YOU WERE to sit down and list every departnint you could think of from air science to zoo- logy, you would have indexed merely one of the University's 17 schools and colleges. The literary college (which, besides air science and zoology, has 30 other depart- ments and numerous special...…

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…IMAGE TWO THE 1t11CHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 PAGE~~~~~~~~~~~~ __ ~EMCIA AL TEDY UUT2,16 .I 1 Schools, Colleges San Spectrum0o linwe Central campus houses but a small section of the academic facilities of the University. From the athletic fields to the medical center to the research complex of North Campus, the University extends far from what may seem to many undergraduates to be its hub at the diag. The million-dollar phys...…

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…TUESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE. MORE THAN 3 MILLION VOLUMES: Books in ' Collections Portray Man's Monuments,: Mistakes Ever since the day he' first chisled a few marks into a block of stone, man has been an avid collector of his own works. And in order that he be able to use his triumphs and learn from his de- feats, it is important that this process of collection continue. Nowhere is this more crucial than in a pl...…

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… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AIUGVST 25, 1064 Rise of Research Brings Complexity, Contro vers Physical Sciences Said To Eclipse Work In Humanities, Social Science, Education By PHILIP SUTIN Research is growing even faster than education. The University handled approx- imately $40 million in sponsored research last year and this figure is expected to reach $100 million by 1970. "Research expenditures at the University have been...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 25,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY F140-410 LVL TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY YAUE FIVE ...ter. 1, STUDENTS and FACULTY: 49c Cinem(ail qd peent LL '1964 SCHEDUL THURSDAY and FRIDAY.* ..SATURDAY and SUNDAY. .. At 7and 9 P.M. (except where noted) * * * * Plus THREE Special Wednesday Night FREE Showings of Classic Motion Pictures AUG. 27, 28 INGMAR BERGMAN'S TORMENT Directed by Alf Sjoberg, starring Mai Zetter...…

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… PAGE SILL THE MICHIGAN DAILY BONES, LUNAR SURFACES, ARTIFACTS: UtJiiAXAUuU Museums Lure 100,000 Visitors a Year f Nearly 100,000 persons visited University museums last year to see exhibits ranging from ancient bones to a model of a large part of the moon's surface. For those who have never look- ed into the threatening jaws of a mastodon or a water shrew, the University Museum is the place to go. Occupying two floors and a balcony, ...…

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…t Y, AUGUST 25, 1964 TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY P'AGEI SEwVEN, a ciua. !u r 1ii" 14 SFaculty: Intellectuals, Employees or Special ists? 4, 1 "> Its *'U' Role Is Obscured By Disunity By KENNETH WINTER Managing Editor The faculty member holds an ambiguous position in the Uni- versity. Viewed from one perspective, he is the blue-ribbon citizen of the community of scholars. As the man most dedicated to-and fur- thest advanced in-the pursuit o...…

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…"AGE ETGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25,1964 PAEEO E IHGN AL TEDY AGS 2.16 c t I ;s: ; ' - ; I W. WILLIAM I E. WILLIAM Continental [Dining TH1RIFTY SCOTT DISCOUNT on ALL COSMETICS and HEALTH AIDS GRINNELL BROS. -HI Fl, TV, RECORDS ., STEIN AND SPORTING GOETZ GOODS S 0 U F FABER'S FABRICS FEIGEL'S~ MENWS CLOTHING SEARS KLINE'S DEPT. STORE 4 MAMIKAS STEAK - OUSE H UTZELS WOMEN'S APPAREL 4 ,STADEL AND SON MEN'S S...…

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…Y Sit.tia u Seventy-three Years of Editorial Freedom 4Iat IV fU, .X V NT,_1 w .,..... .,... . . . ... . . « . _. I Y L. - -C1,l'- . ANN AUR, MIUHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 Russell, Buntin Lead Hooper's Basketball to Bid for Big Ten, NCAA Titles Cost Dollar I trbngCharlie osTowle io Contributing Sports Editor well as being co-champions of the "Well, it will be all you guys Bib Ten with Ohio State. next year.," The Flaws So said ...…

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…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 PAGE TWO THE 1~HCHIGAX DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 ... _ _ New Syles First at Wild's it's worth a Netman Flood Wins Big Ten Crow to be Styled by WILD' Yes . . . by all means *,' WAIT until you arrive at Ann Arbor to choose your college clothes because here and only here is the store that has been serving smartest dressed Michigan Men since 1888... nows best their wants. a.K: ......…

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…AUGUST '2$,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE '.AUGUST ~5, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE IFINIE CILOTIHIING a an12o-tradtion Since 1921 our goal has been to offer the finest in men's clothing. Only by many years of specialization have we attained the perfect ease and casual lines exemplified in our clothing. FalS otC asPrime favorites-un finished Uworsteds s -cheviot s-ftweeds-and sharks/ins Our classic sort coat will add Two-and t...…

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…-I PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. ATTV.TTIqT 2.9. 1+9ltd PAGE ram HEMCHGN ALYTTFnA RT±TQ . ava. .sraz, r vuu i , lyb4 1. MSU LAST WINNER: M'l Wins Fourth Straight Crown Wrestlers Seek To Repeat Impressive Record BIG TEN ALL-SPORTS STANDINGS (Fall, Winter, Spring, 1963-64) SCHOOLt 14 N,. y O " .-' .- N 0 Z 0 MICHi. mSU Wisc. Minn. Ohio St. Illinois Purdue N' wtra. IOWA. 5 8 ! 10 7 6 3 x 10 9 s 5 6 X, 3% 3% 2 9 Yr 6 9 41%...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 25,1064 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FVVE TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE _ _.. k ..:_ r MINNESOTA FIRST: 'M'Nine Finishes Second By CHARLIE TOWLE{ Sports Editor If nothing else Wolverine base- ball coach Moby Benedict suc- ceeded admirably last year in putting himself back in the hot seat-he and his players were just too good. Two years ago Benedict inher- ited from Don Lund the NCAA and World College...…

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… PAGE STl THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25. 1964 PAGEIIII II I IX TH IC I AN D IL TESA. T(U 21I A-X%,7%A Tu*0x ldtlq 1.7V'Y , SophomoresBoost Hockey Hopes For Repeat TRADITION: Gol fers Rail y Follow (Continued from Page 1) n. Mirhia n'n *nint .drain u .l Minhian thn ijdtDrn A fn rt0,_ fx lnrn na it nancn. *nix-, .-, nix t , ...n,.. 'r. 4. ping Weak on Minnesota proper and lost the second of the two game series, 6-5. After that l...…

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…TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE EVEN TUESDAY, AUGUST ~5, 1964 TIlE M1CIHGAN DAiLY a Ll Vl I Aa T lIL\ t Michigan Finishes Second to Wisconsin in Big Ten Tra tck Meet By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI Michigan's showings this year in the Big Ten Indoor and Out- door Track and Field Champion- ships were similar to the show- ings they made last year-only better. At the indoor conference meet at Columbus in March the Wol- verines put o...…

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…~~~~1 PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1964 N Michigan Tankers Satisfied With Second in'64 By JIM LaSOVAGE Come October the Wolverine tankers will again be in training to open a new season-one which promises to have good things in store for swimming coach Gus Stager and diving coach Dick Kimball and their boys. Perhaps the 1963-64 season was not as fruitful as it promised to be at the beginning, but a second place fin...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NTNE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE Gymnasts Defend Crown _71 By LLOYD GRAFF Habits can be awfully hard tot break, and Michigan Gymnasticse Coach Newt Loken hopes that hisc Big Ten champions will continuer to be set in their ways. . Michigan has won the confer-t ence crown for four consecutive8 years and must be considered the1 solid favorite for number five int '65. The Wolverines lose just threeT men from last yea...…

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… PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. AUGUST' 25. 1964 PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY FTTFA~rIAY ATT(~T1~T 9.~ 1OA& "-L-UJLk---- -l s A-- U0A Q ..,AZYK) 1. 1 Elliott Must Fill Two Big Holes in Line A (Continued from Page 1) Center is another position which seems to be in good shape. Jun- ior Tom Cecchini and senior Brian Patchen are the two re- turnees at this position. Cecchini had what Elliott calls "a good start towards becoming an Al...…

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