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…PREVIEW EDITION Stirr Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom tt1 PREVIEW EDITION PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1960 x / - Offers Land )r Theatre Site egents Uncommitted to Financial Ronsorship of Group's Activities Regents offered University land as a site for a new pro- theatre here at their Jan. 22 meeting. resolution expressing their approval of the national reportory iroposed by producers Tyrone Guthrie and Oliver ...…

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…/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY + +. .v+ss vcRas Yf1 iiJi ' y t/ e am't te ta at Number I Campus Location SERVING BETTER DINNERS FOR LESS Serving Dinner: 5:00-7:15 Daily PROGRAM NOTES: Minneapolis Symphony To Perform Closed Sunday On State Street Advertising want me p ractical e: S. ..The Mic * provides prac in advertising Thhik abou Watch for of tryout mee s 3/ ': MENO.I~ a firms m with xperience .06 :higan Daily tical experience it joining...…

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… n Arbor Citizens Ask nstitution t Petition Meeting t Year, BRAZER VIEWS SITUATION: Little Change In Michigan T S! I-r- Both Parties' Heads Give Endorsement By PIULIP SHERMAN ann Arborites were the first higan citizens to join the "con-: "chorus line. unior Chamber of Commerce sident Herbert O. Werth re- ted the first copy of the peti- 2 which would start the wheels a 1960 constitutional conven- iwas circulated here this week. 'he peti...…

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…"Well, Those are Outside the Country" l. Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. 0 ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 AT THE STATE: Captivating Crime Foundation of Gazel hen Opinions Are Free Truth Will Prevail" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. ...…

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…Blt AsY 5,1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY i I I BARGAIN CORNER ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks 39c; shorts 69c;.. military, supplies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. WI BUSINESS PERSONAL WEATHER FORECASTS. Automatic weather on tapes 24 hrs, daily, up- state snow depth, ski resort weather, FREE. NO 5-861 . aWeather Dial! FF97 BIKES and SCOOTERS MOTORSCOOTER - with windshield. Italian made, in excellent running condition. $200. NO 5-7314. Z29 M...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRII (ERINE TRACK NOTES: elay Teams To Fly to California Thinclads Impressive In Annual AAU Rela By TOM WITECKI ack Coach Don Canham an- iced during the semester break Michigan will enter both a and a two mile relay team in Los Angeles Times Charity k Meet on February 12.' he six Wolverines who will e up the two teams are: Cap- Earl peardorff, Marsh Dick- n, Bryan Gibson, Ergas Leps, , Martin and Toy Seth, ps, Seth, Dic...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY liglbilities Hit, Wolverine Athletic Squads ckey Team Hurt Most file Swimmers Gain IM' Gymnasts Travel to OSU In Search of Conference Win By HAL APPLEBAUM The gain and loss of academic gibility at the completion of the it semester has brought several w faces into Michigan athletic nts and at the same time forced 7ers to the sideline for the ing term. The hockey team was the hard- hit, losing four players al- ugh addin...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY U -~ nney Refuses Any Candidacy in '60 ing state politics in meeting the current problems.I The economic interest groups are beginning to assess their own roles in the political fabric, he amplified. Gov. G. Mennen Williams ap- proved the Junior Ciamber of Commerce-League of Women Vot- ers constitutional convention-pe- tition plan over the opposition of the Michigan AFL-CIO organiza- tion. "Williams showed a degree of ind...…

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…_ _ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY ZENS FOR ,t-IHIGAN: Group Aims at Strong Citizen Force .,Used Se George Romney listed the three- Iaims of Citizens for Michigan his Ann Arbor speech: 1) To establish principles and focus attention on current state roblems.. x2) Tocreate a citizen organiza- 3) "To make a citizen force ronger than those economic in- rest groups excessively dominat- g the major parties. Romney said that the first two ials were being achie...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ollectors Club Show LOST STUDENTS: Orientation Helps 400 U' Regents Accept Fund Donations 11 All Types of POTIONS For Your Prescription Notions Modern Mexican Paintings, Drawings, Prints OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FORSYTHE GALLERY Nickels Arcade Over the Post Office Soft linesa ... I walt Magicale b Be s young in this win with its p touches of and embroi A no-iron 1 batiste of E polyester f cotton and White with blue 'em...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY A'ELCOME STUDENTS We have six expert barbers in our air-conditioned shop to keep your hair neat and we!I-groomed. U. of M. BARBERS 715 North University SPECIAL PROGRAMS: IC Welcomes New Foreign Students By BEATRICE TEODORO About 100 entering foreign stu- dents are expected by the Inter- national Center staff, said Robert B. Klinger, IC Program Director. Studeits from abroad are ad- mitted if they fulfill the academic requ...…

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…SECTION TO Y Sir Daitii SECT ION TW O AGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1960 TWELVE PM .S. Asks Nations To Lower Postwar Tariffs 4. i k9 T . . .: : . E U R O P E BR D-ulE f DENMARK=- UNIMt WHOM10 ERMlANY . ETIERLA1(US mmlosto1AKiA , AISTRIA I '~ICE ITALY - VEECEM <41 Ir WECUBA DIOMINICAN ZWe E , HAITI . .. Japan has pledged to lift all Marrh 3T, 1961 ASIA +a M JOIN o PAKiST ' ^IiiDtA CET[0 ® IONA ® WAYA tuoo fstt ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1060 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1960 SiDE LINEs by Jim Rena gh, Sports Editor I I 11 Michigan Icers Face Rugged Trip By MIKE GILLMAN -j . '1 1 MICHIGAN'S brightest newcomer in the school's colorful hockey history will carry the Maize and Blue and pressure of the big reputation on the Minnesota ice tonight in a long-awaited moment for coach Al Renfrew and Wolverine backers. "I'm not...…

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…BRUARY 9, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~RTJARY 5,1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ttVF L" li restlers Have Good Chance 'o Take First in Big Ten Meet UNDEFEATED THIS SEASON: Olm Does Well at Important Post By' DAVE LYON Associate Sports Editor Michigan will win this year's Big Ten wrestling championship by a good margin. Provided Michigan State and Iowa don't attend the Conference meet here March 4-5.' Chances are fairly good they'll be here, though, a...…

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… k. FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUA HIGAN SWIM CAPTAIN: ashnick Out of Action Indefinitely MAY DECIDE NCAA, BIG TEN MEETS: Divers Hold Key to cM' Swun Success By HAL APPLEBAUM Cichigan Swim Captain Tony hnick will be out of action in- nitely with infectious mono- leosis. ashnick, American, NCAA, and Ten record holder in both the -yard butterfly and 200-yard vidual relay, is currently in ,th Service where he will re- n until some ti...…

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…TH r 311CMIGAN DAILYy YLI , Faces Illini, Boilermakers Next igers Seek First Big Ten in in Two Home Contests Michigan Five Loses Three Games Between Semesters By DAVE ANDREWS Michigan's basketball team will ace Illinois and Purdue this reekend with two objectives in nind. The first will be to snap a five rame conference losing streak ad capture its first Big Ten victory of the campaign, and the second will be to avenge an 83-63 oss han...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LUSTRALIA: National, Private Development Push Industry ' ' , . By The Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia-Bounding ional and private development switched Australia from a ba- ally primary producer to a high- industrialized nation in less n two decades. Vew industrial plants, new mm- 1l discoveries, and new develop- nt of naturalnresources have inged the face of the country ce the outbreak of World War kustralia, a country ...…

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…', 980 TUEluVit INiJDA1ILY . _ cjence Fair 'o Be Held HUMPHREY, LEGION COMMENT: NSA, Universities State Positions on NDEA Oaths rrr. Here in April High school students in this. area will have a chance to dem- onstrate their scientific talent at a science fair to be held April 8-10 at the University. Prof. Kent Leach, Bureau of School Services director, said that the fair will be open to junior and senior high school students in Hillsdale,...…

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…TME MICHIIGAN DAILY w OR SCHOLARSHIPS, RESEARCH: Regents Accept Gifts and Grants for January Introducing ... i. Gifts, grants and bequests total- ig $452,679 were accepted by the tegents at their Jan. 22 meeting. The largest sum was $157,500 rom the estate of William W. tout to establish the William W. tout Scholarship. Income from he funds will be used for scholar- hlps for worthy students who will eed financial help "in order to et the ...…

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…5 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ki tate To Face Educational CAhrLllPn PI JIL -AL 1%,,.,, -EL.AL . ,., II (In the January 16 issue of the "Michigan Alumnus," Administra- tive Dean Robert L. Williams ex-t plored the "Current Challenge to '4Igher Education," faced by the State of Michigan. Dean Williams' .rticle is herein reprinted.) The University of Michigan faces the current challenge to ligher education with full conf- dence. This confid...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY FEBRUARY 5.:1960 THEMIHIG N AIL-F |RAR|||04 .. i'1 1JlYV Fli41 U 17)OU IRVARD ATTAINS GOAL: California Asks Faculty Salary Rise BERKELEY 'The Regents' of the University of Californiathave requested a 10 per cent salary in- crease for all faculty members. The increase would necessitate a state appropriation of $5,555,000 to the nine-campus university, The Daily Californian of Berkeley reports. University President Clark...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Service Says Clinic Visits Fallin Off University, Health Service re- ports a drop in general clinic vis- its for the first quarter of this school year over last year. General outpatient clinic visits also showed a drop in the report issued by Health Service covering the months of October, November and December. Prescriptions and laboratory procedures, however, showed an increase, as did upper fespiratory infections. Pneumon...…

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…TIM MICHIGAN DATIN °BIAn 31W MJiJIIIGAN DAILY FEBRU.~ 1960 SPRING SEMESTER S.GC. -CI E A GUILD PROGR S 11 U k Thursday and Friday, 7 and 9 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED. I FEBRUARY 4, 5 7 & 9:25 THE RAZOR'S EDGE (Somerset Maugham),'with Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, Herbert Marshall, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb FEBRUARY 6, 7 STAGE COACH (Directed by John Ford), with John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell, John Carradine, Andy Devine AC...…

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