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August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…~FREE ,ISSUE ( Y Seventy-Three Years of Editorial Freedom 47IAttl FREE ISSUE _ uv, so. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1963 SEVEN SECTIONS SIXTY-FOUR: , t ?E M, IAIIJI JMI ;{ uit Initial Budget Request ' Approves Blueprints i A DnREW ORLIN , Jniyprsity has submitted toj te 'gomptroller's office its req est"' for funds to con- resei t services at 'the same ring,) the next fiscal year- Unversity has' sent in a f...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAII_ LAUDS DEMONSTRATION AIM: NSC Supports Washington March Joint Judiciary Underg Maijor ConstitutioniCh (Continued from Page 1) favor of the goals of the demon- stration as well as the demonstra- tion itself. The Michigan region supported the measure by a vote of 19-4 with one abstention. Varied Seminars The first days of the congress, which began Aug. 14, were occu- pied with seminars on topics rang- ing from civil rights a...…

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…T HE MICHIGA N DAILY PAGE SEEK STRONG ORDINANCE: S S Fair Housing Supporters March Proponents of a local fair hous- ing ordinance have stepped up the intensity of demonstrations favor- ing the measure. Picketing city hall for the last 12 Monday nights, the Ann Arbor Fair Housing Association Con- gress on Racial Equality staged marches Aug. 5 and 12 through white and Negro neighborhoods most affected by the ordinance and staged an all-night si...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Seventy-Third Yeor EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS Op THE UNIVErSITY OF MICHiGAN UNDER AUTHORrTY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUDLCATIONS anions AteFrei STUDENT PU3LICATmONS BuG+, ANN AiBo, MICH., PHONE No 2-3241 NIII Preail' is printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. VALUES AND COMITMENT: Thne Two Sides of College AUGUST 27, 1963 NIGHT EDITOR: PHIL...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Stirs Nation ROUTE CARRIERS NEEDED! Good Money ..Short Hours No Collection f4e M r4i4an ninl Call NO 2-3241 WELCOME U OF M STUDENTS! -Associated Press Martial law quiets Maryland town. Make your Headquarters at MUEHLIG'S for the largest an best selection of College-Dormitory BED SPREADS QUAD RANGLE new bold look for the student room-- Decorators say timidity is out-dash and drama defi- nitely in. And the new BATES...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS CHAPELS: Local Churches Serve Students of Most Faiths anOv LJilsais Tile O Rud N LA N HI 0 D 0 'T~ciser SEt1OS 4 e a jaSi [F4 The churches of Ann Arbor of- fer programs and fellowship for students of various creeds and their guests during their four year stay at the University. The University Lutheran Chap- el is the all-student congregation for members and friends of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and af...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY am us Plan Envisions Walkways, Focused 1 Jni n- , (Continued from Page 1) ecial, around the Administra- in and Student Activities Build-- Es and the 'Union. Another integral feature of Cn- L Campus is housing, the plan s,. ranging from massive .dor- tories to apartments. :'he shop- ag and service areas a the rimeter of Central Campus ould also be given considera- n in planning. "The implications here are that order fo rt...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ESDA AUST 'NO LONGER SACRED': lifical Party Carruth Warns of 2.0 Change By JEAN TENANDER Many students may not yet be aware of it but the "once sacred 2.0 is no longer sacred," Hayden Carruth, assistant dean for aca- demiccounselling in the literary college, said yesterday. In the year and one-half since the change in the qualifications for re-registration have been in effect, student reaction in general has been favorable...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEsDAY, AUGUJST 27, 1 U. a I "Campu CONLIN TRAVELS" BUREAU, Inc. HI-Fl STUDIO@! STEAK & SHAKE 0 nE A Ben A &.! i !, RESTAURANT Charbroiled Steaks & Hamburgers Forest THE PIPE CENTER s Everything for the Pipe Smoker THE LITTLE SHOP " RESTAURANT TODD'S* GENTRY SHOP Men's Clothing CHESTER ROBERTS@t Cards 'n Candy S1 S 0 U T H Location of TWIST PARTY Tues., Aug. 21 1-10 P.M. U N v E S I ly' Village * MUSIC CENTER, ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…ACTIVITIES SECTION C, r Swga tIait ACTIVITIES SECTION Seventy-Three Years of Editorial Freedom XIV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1963 TEN P Jnion Provides Services SGC Offers Participatio The Michigan Union, the all- campus men's organization, is one of the main hubs of extra-curric- ular activities at the University. As a service organization, the Union sponsors a wide range of events ranging from social, pro...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY drangle Council Represents Men Residing in 'U' Residence I Hal Inter-Quadrangle Council presentative body for more 00 men in University resi- Its.. aditional role is the over- of student government is within East, South and quadrangles and acting as son between students ahd ni. rear it succeeded in draw- mtion by its activities in Government Council elec- nd by its strong support start of co-educational .South Quadrangle ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… nbly Represents Women on is the of- A the inde- in dormitor- nically, any woman living 'niversity residence Hall is ,tically a member of Assem- th the recent change in rul- allow senior women to have ents; Assembly is studying estion of whether to limit ly to include only women nn the dormitories or to in- hose living in apartments e manner. ie past, any woman not liv- the residence halls could be clate member of Assembly. Two Assembly Bo...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…eo u T H E M IC H IG A N D A IL Y _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -A R PR SE TTION: MAIN HUB : Panhel Coordinates Sorority System Activities UInion Sponsors Services ______ ______ ______ ______ ______(Continued fo a e 1 bO.trud rmPg ast spr ing, Student Gover n-Athryegt aeacites alx ctivities are'also a very ment Council, in compliance with. boklet descibing the ext a-cur- nt pa t of sorority life r egents Bylaw 214 w hich fobids ii u a 1g...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY HDALE PRINCIPLES: tudents Share Responsibilities in Co-ops By THOMAS COPI s are more than just a lot le trying to live together MUSICAL COMEDY: MUSKET Produces All-Student Show 4 This point was stressed by Lu- er Buchele, ExecutiveSecretary the Inter-Cooperative Council. though the co-op gives the stu- mts a chance to save money, it so presents them with oppor- nities of living and getting along th others, and learning h...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…THE MIiCHIG4AN DAILY ; a *1 arriving on campus is more than just getting there . . As everyone knows, it's what you do, where you go, how you look. And to / You'll find all these famous names in residences at H-H-S this latter end, our new Arborland store is very much centered upon the tastes and traditions of the college man -- and woman. It's a store where you'll most likely find what's new first, what's tried-and-true always -in ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BACK-TO - CAiVEPUS SPE CIAL LS FROM HUGHES HATCHER SUF FRIN'S ARBORLAND STORE / ,w .. fir= . Y X01 ! SAY. f Y, "^ ' " ." ' , , . < < .y y' < '; i" s p ,r > p .. < { n q ,',, r V < :y t+ L.: Y ';: li N / .. .... r . - . ,,: .i ,: ; r' r ;. r:. ry Y ..a a b. . CHARTER CLUB NATURAL SHOULDER VESTED SUITS ..:, 9 95 SPECIALS FROM THE WOMEN'S FASHION SHOP' Y "tii. :1'f i :ti 1 ti f .. tib . titi! SPECIAL! CLASSIC CARDI...…

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…TE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, Al JJC Tries Student Offenders FOUNDED IN 1890: League Provides Traditional Services for Women tion of an open or closed hearing. JJC can impose either monetary fines, social probation or both if it brings in a finding of guilty. It can also recommend suspen- sion in which case the matter is automatically referred for rehear- ing to the University Committee on Standards and Conduct, com- posed of students and facu...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY litical Groups Offer Students Opportunities for Education, Actkl - University students wishing to express their political beliefs have ample opportunity to do so through the numerous politically oriented groups on campus. Most of these groups work in two main ways. To foster educa- tion and knowledge among mem- .t bers of the University community they resort to a number of pro- grams. Speakers, both local and national,...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…...THE "MICHIGAN DAILY EAYCAGUT DAY, AUGUST 2 t; ;A .. I l: . { 3 : . , _; ;;t . . " i I I FOR YOU AND YOUR DEPENDENTS 12 onths for $20 I Supplementing the U. of M. Health Service To Provide Broader Protection Against Accident and Si ckness t I In' Force 24- Hours a Day 365 Days a Year Anywhere in the World Il 0, I PERHOi E DS OCT. 1, 1963 Approved by the University of Michigan and sponsored ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…JN IVERSITY SECTION Liltrgan 1!Iaii4 UNIVERSITY SECTION Seventy-Three Years of Editorial Freedom V, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MiCHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1963 TEN P teulty Act in Ma IcuI [JA Groups} iss 'U' Policies r..xf_ . i The University Senate is made up of all members of the faculty, all the executive and central ad- ministrative officers of the 'Uni- versity, and the deans of the schools and colleges. It deals with any subject which...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…THE. MICHIGAN DAILY 'ers Students Graduate, Professional Training Throu entral campus houses but a II section of the academic lities of the University. rom the athletic fields to the lical center up to the research iplex of North Campus, the versity sprawls out from what' y seem to many undergraduates be its hub at the diag. 'o the student 'attending most his classes in Angell Hall it' ht be difficult to understand t there are more graduate ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

… TUE MICHIGAN DAILY panding 14-School Network at Liangellen, Wales, during miner. - school's summer program at >chen is w e ll kn ow n thout the country. dean is Jamies B. Wallace. ral Resources... University has the nation's lihool of n atural resources, ~ring degree programs in e management, fisheries, vation, forestry and wood >logy, the school is situated Natural Resources Bldg. on Jnlversity, north of the en- ing buildings-. iy of the,...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T Department Takes Care Of Campus By PATRICIA LEFTRIDGE The responsibility for the up- keep of approximately 1400 acres of central campus grounds and an undetermined number of build- ings belongs to the Plant Depart- ment. Besides maintenance of build- ings and grounds, the Plant De- partment forces of nearly 700 are involved in building security, up- keep of University streets, parking lots and parking structures, and tran...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY lonoraries Serve 'U' 'U MUSEUMS: Visitors See Various Displays . i Often the springtime visitor sees strangely dressed (or undressed) students undergoing the mild tor- ture of crawling from the Diag to the League Fountain or being showered with brickdust around an oak tree. This is not fraternity hazing- long departed from the University --but the honoraries initiating. A neophyte is "tapped" for the organization by the ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ON VIEW-The glass-walled "fishbowl" (center) is one of the favorite meeting places on campus for literary college students. Various organizations usually set up tables inside to advertise products and meetings. Haven Hall (on the left) contains offices of several of the literary college departments. Mason Hall (on the right) is devoted to classrooms. U' Buildings Reflect Campus Diversity …

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY tering Students Offered holarships Grants-In-Aid though most scholarshipsf able through the University ure at least one semester's ence, there are many avail- to entering freshmen.- "scholarship" is defined by Jniversity as an outright pay- ' of money by the University student who has been selected . uch aid by the University on < basis of one or all of the fol- .,*.*...* g 'criteria: a) scholasticabil-. ) character, and c)...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i 'U, Medical Center Provides Statewide Servic )JAM( 1ft 717 N EWEl. )NDS WATCHES HALLE R' S fewue/eri TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 5 Years: 1858 8 to1963 We welcome the Old Students and invite the New Students to our store, located just North of Main Campus. . University - near Hill Auditorium COLLEGE JEWELRY The University Medical Center, a sprawling complev of buildings, provides an important s...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY EXPANSION: { North Campus Gains Major Buildings 1951, the acres now compris- he North Campus of the Uni- by were farmlands, their gen- olling hills given over to pas- and grain fields. day the area is the site of a half-dozen laboratory and ce buildings and of apartment ing for 700 student families. the drawing boards of archi- are detailed plans for addi- l educational buildings as as long-range proposals for opment of ...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…THIE MICHIGAN DAILY "on the Campus" ~o Z ', A (A 'U a MARILYN SHOP,, 'OMEN'S APPAREL. JOHN LEDY THE DASC+OLA MAST SHOE GIFT SHOP BARBERS STORE COLLIINS WOMEN S SHOP 0 0 EAST LIBERTY STREET s GREENE'S CLEANERS " JACOBSON'S S. T A T CHECK MATEe MEN'S SHOP # WYAGNER'S MEN S SHOP H A CAMPUS BOOTERY@i CARMEN'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND APPAREL SAFFELL &FrBUSH 0 MEN'S SHOP E * CROWN HOUSE OF GIFTS- S E. T R .MUSIC CENTERe INC..., . S...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

… ACADEMIC LIFE SECTION L SECTION 43tU1 i!1aii4 ACADEMIC LIFE SECTION Seventy-Three Years of Editorial Freedom LXXIV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1963 TEN P Y New Center Strives To Improve Teaehing Unit Attempts To 'Bridge Gap' Between Theories, Classroom The improvement of college teaching and student learning is the goal of the Center for -Research in Learning and Teaching, established last September. Prof. Stanf...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T HR EE R EASONS W HY YOU'L L LIKE OU R 1. Everything comes back to you clean and fresh and just raring to be shown off. 2. Our sympathetic seamstresses, mindful that a needle is a lethal weapon in the hands of a mere male, replace all missing buttons and make minor repairs . . . on the house. 3. You1ll like our prices. You'll agree our Bachelor Bundle is a best buy. Just sk for Kyer's "BACHELOR BUNDLE." We1ll do the rest. ...…

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… "THE MICHIGAN DAILY t 1 looks e a lot of graduate students search, it becomes increas- difficult to give library serv- o undergraduates. Simplified Organization he library is organized for needs-everything is simpli- she admitted. here is also a very strong ref- e service and libraries are -s on duty, to show the use e library. That's what we this to be-more than just a y. We want it to be able to ict undergraduates in library o that they'l...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U Musical Society Presents Concerts attra ions MAY FESTIVAL--Donald Bell (left) sings as Eugene Ormandy conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra in one of last year's May Festiva concerts. The festival, entering its 71st year, is a four day; six-concert program of varied concert music featuring the Philadelphia Or chestra and famous instrumental and vocal soloists. A major choral work is also presented. May Festival Enters 71...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY action Displays Construct Music School INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS: Scholars Join for Area Studi I, Artistic I terns Collection of Musical ents shows musical in- ts as an art form. collection, housed on the floor of Hill Aud., shows ents of Renaissance Eu- nstrurnents PROF. PHILIP A. DUEY ...glee club Choral'Groups Sing in State, Nation, World The Michigan Men's Glee Club; and the Michigan Singers are two of the Uni...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

….THE MICHIGAN DAILY iMUSIC, FORMATIONS: liscount records, inc. You Know Your Student Registration Card Cost Money but. . . Did You Know It's MOTRH MONE DISCOUNT RECORDS, INC., while maintaining a consistent year 'round low discount price on all available records of several hundred manufacturers, has continued a high standard of record shop operation. You'll be more likely to find the record you want at DISCOUNT RECORDS. You'll find COMPLETE'i...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

… THE MICHIGAN D IAILY ; .......rug R MEMORIAL FOR PEACE: 'hoenix Project Probes Effect of Atom i the world's most signifi- rograms .to develop the 1 use of the atom stands th Campus as a living al to University students i World War II. activities of the Michigan. al-Phoenix Project range Udying the physical inter- of atoms to medical radia- the national and iterna- legal problems of atomic project comprises seven s, one of which is the $1...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…THE MIC IGEil I DAi'Y ..HE M . .i a. JEcaN sa _AL 1UD X AQS Z,16 : p DIVERSIFICATION: 'U' Research Influences State Economic Growth (Continued from Page 1) FOR. PREREG ISTERED STUDENTS (NO CASH REQUIRED) EVERY YEAR - without fail - the Bookstore or the Pub- lishers run short of certain titles at school opening -F ands many students are without a text for two or three weeks. BE SAFE Reserve Books This EASY WAY- spends $900,000 annually...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 39

… TIENE MICHIGAN' DAILY c THE. UNIVERSITY O)F MICHIGAN PLAYERS 'Dept. of Speech "' present. Mo iere : THE MISER Wednesday through Saturday, October 16-19 Jean Anouilh: THIEVES' CARNIVA Wednesday through .Saturday, November 3-16 ' Oscar Wilde: THE IMPORTANCEr OF BEING.EARNST Wednesday through Saturday, Deember4-7 Max Frisch : 1 Wednesday through Sturday, February 26-29 ink cooperation with the epartment of English playwrighting classes: PR EM...…

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…_____________THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGI US' ii e I I se 1 S C ed e Thursday and Friday ... Saturday and Sunday ... At 7 and 9, except where noted AUGUST 29, 30 Peter Sellers, Peter Sellers and Peter Sellers in THE MOUSE THAT ROARED (COLOR) His three wildly different roles in this very funny comedy-satire launched Sellers to fame in America. Co-starring Jean Seberg. Pius Short: Jules Feiffer's MUNRO, a cartoon. AUGUST 31, S...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

… SFPCORT SECT ION I.EL gJilti t Daii4 SPCRTS SECTI ON Seventy-Three Years of Editorial Freedom LXXIV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1963 TEN PAGES Ile Thin ian by Dave Good The Laugh's on Us Laughter is the best medicine when things happen to make Mich- igan football what it was last year. The backfield was slow, the line thin and the schedule traditional, and the result was a 1-6 conference record, the worst since...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…TAE MICHIGAN DAILY Last Year's Stats G .ntin ...... .24 rle ... ,....24 utrell......23 rris ..........,24. rner .......24 egoning.......24 sterbaan.......18 rmey .......21 eenwold......7 ckson,........,,5 dwig ........9 ldreth.......:.1 ams .........4 trick ...........1 buldt .........1 ohigan........24 'ponents.......24 FG 211-491 122-276 123-296 99-273 67-154 55-161. 38-93 1-3 1-3 '210 1-3 0-2 0-1 0-1 735-1832" 686-1682 FG Pet. 42.9 44,3...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Program Offers Varied Activities By PERRY HOOD Che Michigan student and iliate has at his disposal the ilities of .one of the nation's Best and most elaborate intra- ral sports departments. Che Michigan I-M program is sided into 12 divisions, with apetition in over 30 sports. Di- tor Earl Riskey and Associate ector Rod Grambeau head the ge department, while many of officials are recruited from the dent body at a modest...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'Golf Team Hits for Winning Year, but Flops at Big T at 308; junior football quarterback Frosty Evashevski at, 313; and sophomore Pete Passink in with 320 strokes. Katzenmeyer displayed disap- pointment over the second day's poor performance. The team the previous year had staged quite a surprise and had wound up third, only 14 shots behind winner Indi- ana. Using hindsight, Katzen- meyer later remarked that his de- cis...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…27, 963 THE 1 YIICBIGAN IIAILY 27, 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY "" trong Swim Squad Challenges Indiana Women Tankers Lose Coach <'? v F. t By DAVE GOOD Sports Editor They haven't exactly been "re- building" years, and yet Michigan t hasn't won a Big Ten swimming title for four seasons now. Nationally, Coach Gus Stager's teams have ranked first, fourth and third in the three-year inter- v'al since the 1960 championship, while finishing secon...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…THEMICIGAN DAILY TUESDA Michigan Gymnasts Set To Defend NCAA Win fending champ Southern Califor- nia slipped all the way to sixth. Plus in P-Bars Michigan's strongest event in the nationals was the parallel bars, where they pulled off a first, sec- ond, and fifth. They were also very strong on the high bar, with a first, a second-place - tie, and a ninth, and in the all-around with a one-three-nine final standing. Wolverines also .came up wi...…

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…a7, 1983 THE MICHIGAN DAILY orthwestern Principal Nemesis for '1' Netmc . Senliowski was Big Ten singles champion as a sophomore but lost the title to Riessen the next year. Last spring the Wildcat star trip- ped up Senkowski during the dual- meet match, 6-2, 6-4, and had to win in three to beat the Wolver- ine in the finals of the conference tournament, 2-6, 6-4, 6-1. Fraser picked up a 5-2 record while playing in the number-two slot befo...…

August 27, 1963 (vol. 74, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUSDAnY, S :NEW STYLES FIRST at WtLD'S Renfrew Changes Hockey Policy 1' adapted from the international favorite of the Champions at the Olympics. By STAN KUKLA In a season that would be better forgotten the Wolverine hockey team rolled up its worst record in quite a few years. The biggest news however was an announcement by Coach Al Renfrew several weeks after the season had ended. Renfrew an- nounced his decision to re...…

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…1ssa THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY [)OORS AND OUTDOORS: T rack men Hope for Crowns Hitting Ruins Benedict's Debut at Michig 4) By CHARLIE TOWLE Michigan track hopes for 1964 e bright, except for one dark ot, Wisconsin.- [ast year, Michigan was going rough what was termed by ach Don Canham a "building ar." With a team consistingI ostly of sophomores and dun- rs, Canham managed a tie for e indoor crown and a third place ftdoo...…

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…!EN THE MICHIGAN DAILY T GBY, SOCCER, SHOOT ING, SKIING, SAILING: Non-Varsity Sports, Clubs Vary Campus Life on Land ESDAY, AUGUI Sea By TOM WEINBERG and PERRY HOOD quarter-million dollars is put 'y the Board in Control of ollegiate Athletics for rugby cer players, for rifle and pis- looters, for sailors or skiers, ret these non-varsity sports go on in their seasons at gan. the fall the rugby team takes eld-Wines Field, that is. The composed...…

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