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October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…I LL2 AiW tg ~1IaztM VOL. LV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 AMERICANS SCORE MOST DECISIVE NAVAL VICTORY IN HISTORY: FLEET CRIPPLES 58 J P ESE Wolverines Ti Wiese, Nussbaumer Star in Farewell Game 50,000 Spectators See Inspired Team Hand Boilermakers First Big Ten Loss By DAVID LOEWENBERG Associate Sports Editor Michigan's inspired football squad hurled a mighty valedictory salute for Captain Bob Wiese and B...…

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…V. -TV TTT~A NT D AVTV %KILV* o ' ^t .i i i " ". 1 1 1 T. JUL i T F H 1\ L 'H 1 L 1 *MO.fNDAY, OC. 34.~S, 1944I j JAW._A,& 1 - - _ Fifty-FifthYear WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: John L. Lewis Has Vital Role World War II Veterans Give Blood "t"o m&S '"" ""w"ia."o"S""" T"u.."""o' w~era - Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Evelyn Phillips Stan W...…

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…OCT. 30, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY V. mimmommom"Mom .; InspiredMichigan Team Beats Purdue, 40-14 Captain Wiese, Nussbaumer Both Star As Purdue Takes First Big Ten Defeat (Continued from Page 1) then dug in and made its most deter- mined defensive stand of the game. Four plays later, the Wolverines took over on the seven yard line.] After a few running plays, Michi-] gan punted and Purdue was head- ing for its first score. The Boiler-] ma...…

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…'E FOUR THE MICHIGAN DATLY MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 PAC Found Green By As Communist For 16thCoi Bid for Power Ted Fritsch, WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.-(P)- A Dies subcommittee of the House said DETROIT, OCT. 29-( today the National Citizens Political half touchdowns here tod Action Committee "represents the football league victory, 14 Communists' supreme bid for power" 30,844. in this country. Ted Fritsch, Green Be In a formal report the subcommit-...…

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… GENERAL SUPPLEMENT t itit&; GENERAL SUPPLEMENT ORIENTATION ISSUE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1944 l PRICE FIVE CENTS wommummoommom Enrollment of ,000 Civilians Expected New Houses Will 4, 4 .a. ,, Provide 4. a,, V~ Adequate Space C; Erase Early Fears Of Acute Shortage Dorms, Converted Largest Number of Cut Number of1 Trainees Here; 2,600 Remain V-12 To Be Curtailed j Dentists Discharged One Navy program wi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY OC 4 Will Open Choral Union Program Includes More Orchestras This Season Among the attractions listed for the 1944-45 music series are Helenj Taubel, Fritz Kreisler, Dorothy Maynor, three well known philharmonic Orchestras and the Budapest String Quartet. Besides the ten concerts on the Choral Union series, the annual May Festival with outstanding soloists, the Christmas performance of Han- del's "Messiah" and ch...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CHORAL NION CONCERTS I 1944-HILL AUDITORIUM- 1945 SCecl~ o/ C.tocevti Evenings at 8:30, unless otherwise indicated. HELEN- SOPRANO TRAUBEL ................ .......SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 CLEVELAND ORCH ESTRA I GEORGE SZELL, GUEST CONDUCTOR ................ SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12,' 7000 P.M. (This concert will be broadcast over the Mutual System and by short wove) FRITZ KREISLER VIOLINIST . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1044 This Year Marks 55 Years of Publication for The Daily Actual Newspaper Experience Of All Types Offered Tryouts An opportunity to see what makesE a newspaper tick, to learn all types of news and editorial writing, to gain, valuable technical experience and to be a part of one of the oldest student activities on campus awaits all fresh- man and transfer students who try out for The Daily this fa...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…30, 1944 TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY . .. . .... ...... . .. . ........... ............. . . .. . . .. ....... . .. ........... . . ..... . ......... ... ...... ...... . - - .......... . .. ----------- - - . TRADITION ON CAMPUS: Varsity Men's Clee Club Is Planning Full Year's Program: ANOTHER CASUALTY: CampIs H mor Mag"azine Dies; Lectures Will Profit 4>1__________________________ One campus group whose position in Michigan tradition is undisput...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…'HlE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, OCT. 30,-1944 Union Begins Its 37th Year as Center of Men's Activities RATES 'MISS MICHIGAN' TITLE: 'Aunt 1uth' Writes1,600 Servicemen Quietly going about her work and usually attracting little attention is the nation's latest pin-up girl, Aunt Ruth Buchanan. She is not strictly known as "Miss Michigan" to the more than 1,600 boys in service who know her but she quietly claims a place in all their hearts fro...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PANE 1'AGE Eight Noted Personalities To Appear in Oratorical Series IHambro, Lillian Gish, Scheduling a full series of eight lectures beginning Thursday, Nov. 16, the University Oratorical Association will present the Hon. Francis B. Sayre, the Hon. Carl J. Hambro, Lillian Gish, Osa Johnson, Madame Wei Tao-Ming, Eliot Janeway, Ruth Draper and Joe Fisher for the 1944-45 program. The Hill Auditori...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…THEMICHIGAN DAILY FlUDAY, AUGUS~T 25, 1044 I ; Our Shelves are stocked with USED for Every Course - Every Department INEEBS L4M A special department is ready to serve you in supplying 1NSTR SUPPLIES for every Student need . Notebooks Stationery Study Lamps Book Ends TS - TEXTBOOKS - SUPPPLIES - SUPPLIES i for every Student need . F To New'Stuet. Zipper Cases Make Wa hris your Headquarters! Save books time and c...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…WOMENS S SUPPLEMENT , M. it~43t1 p*it WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1944 PRICE FIVE CENTS University C PanhessemblySetfor War, Social Functions As New Year Begins All Affiliated, Non-Affiliated Women Are included In Organizations, Which Are Designed To Bring Into Focus University Activities, Institutions, Customs Panhellenic Association, of whicht Last year Assembly sponsored two oed Projects Begin ...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…-T,-H,-E- MitHii A V A U'Y TviO1NDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 THE MI~AiiGAN DAiii 1~IONI)AY, OCT. 30, 1944 __________________________________________ I I ___ _ _ x.. _ .: Assembly, Panhellenic Boards Supervise Activities Of Independent, Affiliated University Women (Continued from Page 1) and upperclass women who are in- terested in joining sororities. While a few houses will hold in- formal rushing. for upperclassmen and transfers during the fall t...…

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…OCT. 30, 1944 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE OCT. 30, 1944 PAGE THUEE Honor Groups Select Members On Basis of Scholarship 'Fun and Fitness' Is Women's Athletic Association Scholarships Are Awarded on Basis of Marks, Extra Activities Motto; Board Offers I,-. E-~'~ 44 I 18 Clubs, Varied Events i. 'e rye ,". .. ."- :"= ' Societies Recognize Worthy Students (Continued from Page 1) University societies honoring stu- dents with high sch...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…T~lEMICHIGAN DAILY MGNIAYr, OCT. Freshman Women Soon Discover Hats, Purses Are Unnecessary Army, Navy, Marine Trainees Ex-Daily Editor Heads Council Keep Campus Social Affairs Of Outstanding Activities-Women War Conscious Coeds Provide What to wear on campus has long been the problem of the newly-ar- rived coed, and this year will be no exception, although the rules are few and simple. . No costume, no matter how strik- ing it may be, ...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 T H E MICHTIT6A N .-0A Ty ,.. mmmmwmm Earning Expenses Assumes j Patriotic Cast During Wartime '"Everybody's doing it!" say Uni- versity students, many of whom are now earning all or part of their col- lege expenses by doing various jobs which pay from .48 to about :65 per hour.w Time was when the tired-looking individual who was always hurrying off to work was viewed with awe by the rest of the student body. "He's p...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…. s i THE MICHIGAN DAILY __.:YMONDAY, 00CT. W-1044- Michigan League Is Hub of Women S Lctivities 4 .1~ t. . =:w ,* *, ate .,. .t. * * , War Council Alumnae Qroup . Mfeet at Center Building Has Chapel, Library Theatre, Soda Bar, Cafeteria Available for Student Use Focal point of women's extracurri- cular activities at Michigan is the two-million dollar . Michigan League which serves as the headquarters for the Women's War Counc...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…SPORTS SUPPLEMENT Y r. e AiW --Am, &I 4AJt n- x i MWANEWSUNW SPORTS SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 Michigan Has Impressive Number o All-American Gr idders To be nominated for an All-American team is probably the greatest honor that can be bestowed on any player and on his coach, but during the forty years that these mythical teams have been chosen 28 Michigan men have been thus honored. Beginning in 1903 with Wa...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Swimming, Golf Squa Favored aTnk Team Captures Crown Easily Star-Studded Great Lakes Array Hands Squad Two Successive Defeats; Smith Wins Medal ids Are . Track Squad Impressive in Big Ten Meets (Continued from Page 1) scoring 75% points to second place Johnny Jenswold Paces. Golfers to Eighth Crown Big By HANK MANTHO Daily Sports Editor Michigan's vaunted swtmming team amassed a staggering 72 point t...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…OCT. 2O, 1944 THEMICHIGAN DAILY Wrestlers Are Undefeated Hugh Wilson Curtis Win Quintet Finishes Big Ten Championships Stormy Season In Sixth Place Purdue Gives Tough Opposition and Michigan Was Pushed Hard To Score One Point Triumph Oosterbaan's Charges :..:, , ;. , . .. , ,. , .. i 0 By HANK MANTHO Daily Sports Editor It was recently announced that Freshman Coach Wally Webber would handle the reigns of this years' wrestling squad, and h...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY 0 Netters, Diamond Squads Dominate Conference Coach Ray Fisher Faced MIichigai With Task of Rebuildingn TennisM Title Play n Wins Big Ten eel by OnePoint rPost Take Individual Titles; e Doubles Won by Gulic, Boucher Lund, Gregor, Bowman and Stevenson Are Returning Lettermen; Lack of Infielders Gulic, Lewis, I Number Thre( By BILL MULLENDORE Faced with the prospect of an almost complete rebuilding job of the team...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…XONDAY, OCT. 30, 1944 TI-I~MICH~IC A N T flA TIY .Fielding H. Yost Has Set Marks Few Can Match i By AL KOHN The American public has long been known, to associate various articles with other articles; when we say bacon we think of eggs, when we say Mutt we think of Jeff and when the average sport fan thinks of Michigan football, the name of Fielding H. Yost comes to his mind. "Hurry Up," as he was known, blazed a trail of great= athletics t...…

October 30, 1944 (vol. 55, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…THE' MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, ti XWeicomeL! to All Michigan Students ..,t, tA di th r he ise ' ° an tudnt Wilk o tout ovX As sm per o r 1. '6t. ' O ou I BOOK ,. aooy, tboo,\ r iv:~ .knys N x V l , "~Michigan' s Friendly meeting place" - w -4 o w w w IO O W4 % 6 . o""%L loo "%k "W Vol I …

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