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June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

… ' iii 4 I I l 4i Y it mint 4 titl Weather Continued Warm and Humid VOL. IIV No. 150 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Americans Are in Sightof Hly PRICE FIVE CENTS Aty Swift Action Is Predicted By Stimson Army Poised for 'ecisive' Period By The Associated Press I WASHINGTON, June 1.-The "pe- riod of decisive action," against the Axis powers is at hand, Secretary of War Stimson asserted today, with nearly half the Army's total...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

…4 THE MICHIGAN DALY . . a.i to1 LY s aFrID u~aY .i Nf ;2. 194 Capt. Gilbert T o Conduct Concert Band Aninual Perfornance To Be Given Sunday Capt. Charles E. Gilbert, formerly first oboeist with the University Bands, Orchestra and Little Sym- phony, will make aspecial trip from Fort Custer to conduct the University Concert Band in a march, "The Vic- tors" by Elbel, at the 31st annual spring concert at 4:15 p.m. Sunday in Hill Auditorium. C...…

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… FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 TUl? MtCUtC A V t~ A ITV L E.A ALl i!A.k~i.t.t.1a.51-~1~ LYt~.ILiI i dIl .G 1 S 1 V l2 d (t ld .iI ,E S L I Yc Cir {.' d' E Baseball Team Plays Notre Dame Today at South Bend Bowman Will Try for Second Win over Irish Nine Meets Ramnblers for Third of Four Games This Year; Purdue Here Next Week By BILL MULLENDORE Michigan will renew its long-standing baseball rivalry with Notre Dame today when the two teams ta...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 4

…FOURB TH fiU1 . it AN . A..lY FR DAY. tUNE 2. 1944 ,. ------ Fift y-Fourth Year ' j.. r-. r 1 -: _ l -. , . _ -. fat f' i y 'iaa of of Edited and managed by students of the University MiVichigan unrder the authority of the Board in Control Student Publications. Editonral Staff Jane Farrant Claire sherman . Stafn Wanallace Evelyn Philips , Harvey Frank . Bud Low. . Jo Ann Peterson , Mary Anne ison. Marjorie Hall Marjorie Rosmarin Eliz...…

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… PRYflAY, JIJNX2, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIY Third Battalion Will Complete Arrangements for Navy Ball Coops To Hold WAA Board 'Will Present Outdoor Dance 7 . 1 (Tv T4 vT'T 71 Thirteen-Piece V-12 Orchestra To Furnish Music for Affair Final arrangements are being made for "Anchor Ball," the informal dance sponsored by the Third Bat- ;. talion of the V-12 Unit, from' 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the Union Ballroom,according to ...…

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….. mA , J-crrr , is THE v w mW~ mIaCvItaN r y2-y1 I brtDY JN .14 _, _ .. __ 0o( to dett let a outsmart ou 1 : r CHICKEN KNOWs that an egg wo't hatch unless you sit on it the proper length of time. As with eggs, so with nest eggs. The best nest egg in the world today is the War Bond. It's an incomparably safe investment. It pays $4 for every $3 you put up. But ... sit on a Bond for the proper length of time. 10 years to be exact. You...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 7

… G EEAL Y t3Ifr igan Iatj BUY SUPPLEMENT WAR BONDS ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Summer Enrollment Estimated at 5,600 150 Army Reserves To Train Here * * * Trainees To Take 21Hours Of Classes Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English To Be Courses Studied Approximately 150 new army stu- dents who are between the ages of 17 and 17 years nine months old will arrive at the University on July fourth to study under t...…

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…TWO 'RlI?1i, Y. 2. 1944 aH I T W N f A IV-....%...a...~ ~ .U...S RIA Th~~1O&',S.' J.'.RV.11.i11ii J Vl\i.1 F+ 1JYY Irteritionl Center Attracts Students at 'U' One of the unique features of the University is the International Cen- ter where representatives of 54 na- tions gather to exchange opinions and make friends With American stu- dents and other foreign students. There are naw over 450 foreign stu- dents on campus and this number is e...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 9

… FDAJtTNE 2, 19~ T HE MIICLIIGA N DAILY NEW C AMPUS GRtOUP: IIYDA Promotes Student Acetion Against Fascisma 4:, Michigan Youth for Democratic retly of the UAW-CIO, and John Action, better known as MYDA was Lovett, president of the Michigan As- qrganized in December of '43 amist sociation of Manufacturers, who d- a world of chaos to take an articu- bated on the topic of "Post-War Emi- jate stand as ax representative com- ployment"; and Dr. F...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 10

…"' THE MICHIGAN DAILY FIDA I S Y. JUNE 2, 1944 THE COMFORT OF RACKHAM: Graduate School Building ' Is Pride of University There's a place in Ann Arbor where you can go to sleep sitting up. Not that this practice is approved by University officials, but they, too, must have discovered this phenom- enon sometime within the past few years. Everyone in Ann Arbor knows about it, and its fame has become so widespread that the Ann Arbor Chamber of ...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 11

… FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___________________________ I I I DOES ITS SHAREa: Union Participates in War Activities A. One of the foremost contributors to the Univer~smy's war effort is the tradition steeped University Union, the campus club for Michigan men. Ine addition to its functions as the central point of a large proportion of campus activities, the Union takes an active part in. such war activities as maintaining a S...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 12

…T HE MIC H IGAN D AILY FRIDAY, JUNEr 2, 1944 _ _ Y . SUMMER PRIZES: Outstanding Student Writers keceive HtopwoodAwards Hopwood awards for this summer will be cash prizes of $75 and $50 in each of four fields of writing: drama, fiction, poetry and essay. These awards were inaugurated in 1938 for students in the summer ses- sion to supplement yearly contests that have been held since 1930. Many prizes, some $1,000 or over, have been given f...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 13

… FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 p . .W PAGE sEVEN <. . . -mom y. ..,... xfm ...f :a ... .w...:.. .. a. .'- w.J a .. _ ._. : . " r +p _ - ,'' x f bq t t Ff. w 4~ A ".e.e Ask the Joes in the front lines!" "... Ask that kid on the stretcher!" SAsk those who bury our dede" a?-rr HEY KNOW. Every G. I. Joe knows. "This is the big show. This s the pay-off. This is the one that counts. "Sure, we're going to take 'em. But it's going to cost us pl...…

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…PAGE EIGUT F". ,tDAY, JUNE , 1944 THE MICHIGAN DATIJY FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Student Daily Is Ten-Time Winner of Pacemaker Award Printed First in 1890; Is Known As Nation's Leading College Paper 0 Facilities Include AP Service, Modern Shop The Daily, student newspaper which has been publishing for 54 years, has won the All-American Pacemaker Award ten times and has been awarded first-place honors by Sigma Delta Chi three times. Ofte...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 15

… SPORTS SUPPLEMENT L gut Iaitj BUY WAR BONDS ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Football Team Ties with Boilermakers To Share Big Te n Title By HARVEY FRANK Daily Sports Editor Aided and abetted by Navy and Marine transfers from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan State, Idaho and points west, Michigan's football team rolled up its most impressive record in the past decade last fall, winning eight out of nine clashes and tieing for t...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 16

…GE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Cagers Only Sport To Fail in Quest of Big Ten Cr By BILL MULLENDOIIE 1943-44 was just another year as far as Michigan basketball was con- cerned as Coach Bennie Oosterbann's charges finished the season with an over-all record of eight wins and nine losses and a Western Confer- ence total of five victories in 12 starts, good for sixth place in the standings. Thus, the cagers became the only winter sports...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 17

… E _.HE__ _ . t , _ _WAn DAILY PAGE ELEV. MichiganSports / Review By BOB CLINTON The 1943-44 sports year was one of the greatest of all Wolverine history, as teams representing the Maize and Blue won seven of eight Big Ten titles, and are well on their way to an eighth in baseball. The most Confer- ence crowns ever won by Michigan before was six in the season of 1922- '23. We'll try to bring back a few of those exciting, heart-throbbin...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 18

…: 4r' r ;x. r' THE MICHIGAN DAILY TWELVE FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Netters, Linksmen Capture Big Ten Titles Trackmen Capture Both Indoor And Outdoor Conference Meets Jenswold Paces Wel- Balanced Golf Squad to Third Straight Crown (Continuied from Page 9) Michigan Wins Big Teui Meet From Buckeyes by One Point Guie, Lewis, Post Take Individual Titles; Number Three Doubles Won by Gulic' Boucher f n s t 0 t f t Marcellus, Tews Are Second, Th...…

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… ' :T d T A TT. ' : 1 War Council Is coordinator of Coed Activities Women's Governing Body is Composed of Executive 'Board, Project and Committee Heads The Michigan League, center of women's campus activities and gov- erned by the Women's War Council, is functioning at full speed in a war- time program of activities which have supplanted the old pre-war extra- curricular work traditionally carried on by college women. As a governing board, t...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 20

…F : F T1RT EI THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fr 3Y i , 3u iF 2, I9 4 PAGE UR~ FRIDAY, JTJN~ 2, 1944 Opportunities for Many Sports Activities Are Open to Students. WAA Sponsors Sports Clubs By PEG WEISS Summer term is the term for fun . . and fewer hours and more recre- aticn will generally characterize the campus in the summer of 1944. The town's sports facilities are often camouflaged, but students who have done a bit of exploring have found oppo...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 21

… FRII , 1Y, J1JNE 2, .1944 i. 1 1 T t1. H , aRIaAYJUNE7211944t 11 1 V 1"'1 1" J LA L 1 . . w rta a r ar irJ ly Orientation Has 'Method in Women's Staff Offers Summer Coeds An Early Start in Activities '47 Corps To Continue Job Freshman Women Will Keep Campus Beautiful in Summer Casual, Cool Look of Michigan Coeds Is Achieved By Wearing Cottons, Mocassins I ts Madness *! * * Mass Meeting for All Those Interested To Be Announced Mass...…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 22

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 rrr..r Applications For Residence Halls Are Due Dorms, Co-ops, League Houses Will Accommodate Women; r Some Houses To Serve Meals Women attending the University of Michigan during either of the summer sessions will have little trou- ble getting a room, but applications should be sent to .the Office of the Dean of Women as soon as possible, for although no deadline has been set for applications, the l...…

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