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October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Michigan Elevens Dominate 81 of 89 Foes By MARY LU HEATH As Michigan football enters its 66th season, Wolverine fans can point with justifiable pride at the record books, which show an amazing all-time dom- inance over 81 of 89 opponents played by the Michigan elevens. Of the five Wolverine losing rec- ords, four of the opposing squads are favored by the slimmest of margins- one victory to no losses. The other team, Cornell, has beaten the M...…

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…PAGE TO THE MICHIGAN. DAILY MON-DAY, OCTOBER 29, . 945 The Facts and Figures on Michigan s 1945 Football Squad BOB CALLAHAN - Marine dis- chargee from St. Louis, Mo. Played center at Missouri in 1942. Shifted to tackle at Michigan where he has seen much service, particularly on defense. Stands 6 ft. tall and weighs 200. DAN DWORSKY - From Sioux Falls, S. D., where he was rated best fullback in South Dakota high school circles. Plays pian...…

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…7"o 29, 1945 THE MICRIGAN DAILY IMAGE THREE 28 All-Americans Place: Michigan on Grid Map Michigan One of First Seven Schools To Join Present Western Conference By FRANCIS SMITH . Just forty-two years ago this fall, a member of the University of Michi- gan's football squad was selected for the annual All-American team. Since that time twenty-seven more names have been added to the list. William Heston, a halfback for the old point-a-minut...…

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…-- -- _ - .-7------r----ai.. r _____________________________________________ P~AGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY MOND~AY, 2 Top-Not'Ch Coaching Staff BacksWo. yii;; Kz w Great Intercollegiate Athletic Perfo- iverines' rmances CAPACITY CROWD-Mighty Michigan Stadium, capable of seating more than 86,000 spectators, is shown above jammed to the proverbial gills for the 1943 gan e with Notre Dame. * * *** * * * * BIG, ISN'T IT ? Af IF e Building...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Cagers Enjoy Indifferent Year After Good Start Win Onl.y Five of 12 In Conference Circles After sweeping seven non-Confer- ence games early in the season, the 1944-45 Michigan cagers found the going a mite- tougher in the Big Ten and bogged down toward the end of what looked like a promising cam- paign, winning five and losing seven, to finish fifth in the loop, one notch higher than the preceding season. L1 ad...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,,I . . . . . . . . ELCO J E TO THE STUDE TSII Our Shelves are stocked with USED for Every Course in Eery Department fINEERS - MEDI%.S LAWYERS Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requiremer its. Make use of our years. of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy t I n Town. _ . ,. . . _ TO THE FRESHMAN STUDENT SUPPLIES TO THE VETERAN M ...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…WOMEN'S SECTION Y Lw 43rn1n 471a44*hrti WOMEN'S SECTION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 Orientation Week Continues as Fresh men Enter UL 1 i A. League Council Will Formulate Plans Emphasizing Traditions' Drive To Increase Total of Active Coeds "Our main job will be to bring back traditions of Michigan, Soph Cabaret, Junior Girls Play, Frosh Project, Theatre Arts, Michelbdeon, as well as the class dances," Nora Ma...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 The University of Michigan is beginning to change back to a peacetime University. Many changes in calendar and program and in student person- nel took place in the war years. During that time the enrollment of. women increased each year by several hundred and there is every indication that the enrollment of women this fall will be the largest in the history of the University. Now the young men are...…

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…MAY, OCTOBER 29 1945 T THE MICHIGAN OATTY PAGE THREE Wi4 Activities Open to Every Woman Housing Policy I I Association Sponsors 18 Clubs For Extra-Curricular Athletics ? Every woman on campus is auto- matically a member of the Women's Athletic Association and is eligible to participate in any of the 18 sports clubs sponsored by the Association, or enter any of the team sports as a member of a residence team. WAA is one of the few ca...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IMON1AYJ QOCTOBR, 29, 1945 - - __ Active Coeds Use League As Headquarters Lobby, Undergraduate Office, Cafeteria, Soda Bar, Bulletins Located on Main Floor By DONA GUIMARAES Familiar landmark to all of the undergraduate women, the Michigan' League is also the center of the wom- en's activities on campus. The Undergraduate Office on the main floor of the League has council rooms for committee meetings, the office of the ...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…OCTOBER 29, 1945 THE- MICHIGAIN DAI-LY PAGE FIVE By Nancy Groberg EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a Gro- berg classic on college life which is timeless. It was first printed in The Daily on February 27, 1943. "Answer promptly," you say, "and tell me all about Ann Arbor life." You don't ask much, do you - only that I set down, in the brief note which my schedule will allow the very es- sence of my existence here and the story of the student's day. An...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…AGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY , MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, Junior Girls Play Honors Senior Women. Annual Feature Is Produced, Acted, Directed Completely By Student Committees An annual feature of the school year is the Junior Girls' Play, pre- sented by the women of the junior class in honor of their graduating senior sisters. Written, directed, produced, and acted by members of the junior class, the play is presented in Lydia Men- delssohn theatr...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…4 GEN ERAL LwNr flail1 GEIN ERAL SUPPI WEENI SUPPLEMENT VOL. LVI, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 PRICE FIVE CENTS 10,000 MayEnrollinFirstost-War Term. Revive Student Book Exchange Non -Profit Organization for Exchanginr Used Text-Books To Be Open I Days Veterans Flock Back To School Nituber of Students Will Still Be Less Than Pre-War Peak, Coed Totals Mount While nobody knows - or will admit knowing - just how...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…raw uo THE , MICHIGAN DAILY M 1945-46 ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE: Ten Distinguished eakers To Appear atll Ad ONDAY, OCTOBER. 29, 1945 ori0 Helen Douglas Will Be First' Lecturer, Nov. 6 Representative's Topic Is "Price of Peace" Ordinarily when an actress appears on the Oratorical Association lecture platform at Hill Auditorium, she talks about the theatre. But not Helen Gahagan Douglas. Although she has had a disting- uished caree...…

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…OCTOBER 29, 1945 THE MICHIGAN. DAILY PAGE __ as ar+ . . ~ PAGE. GRANDDADDY OF'EM ALL: Rare Edition of Stars and Stripes' Is Obtained by 1U' I A rare 1861 edition of theUnion Army newspaper, "The Stars & Stripes," believed to be the only copy in existence, has been discovered and acquired by the William L. Clements Library of American History on the University campus. This great-granddaddy of the fa- mous service paper was purchased from ...…

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… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 0 C py of United Nations Charter Presented to ' U' Michigan's senior senator, Arthur H. Vandenberg, one of the five U. S. delegates to the San Francisco Con- ference last spring, has presented his signed delegate's copy of the United Nations Charter to his alma mater-- the University of Michigan. The 188-page copy of the Charter carries the proceedings in five lang- uages - English, Ru...…

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…OCTOBER V9, 1945 THE MICH16AN DAILY PaulobTesono Open 67th Choral Union S ason Heifetz, Uninsky, Tourel To Be Heard in Series Local concertgoers are promised one of the most successful seasons in Choral Union history when the first of a long lisp of outstanding per- formers-Paul Robeson-opens at the University Music Society's 67th An- nual series at Hill Auditorium on Sat- urday, (Nov. 3). Included on the current series will be four maj...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 I I I I - WHERE ALL CREEDS MEET: Student Religious Association Holds Freshman Rendezvous Bringing students together in an inter-denominational religious atmo- sphere, the Student Religious Association at Lane Hall has a varied weekly and annual program. The Freshman Rendezvous usually held during orientation week, has been the traditional means of acquainting freshmen with the Association. When n...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… 29, 1945 T HE M ICHIG AN DAILY SECOND TO ATOMIC BOMB: V-T Fuse Perfected by 'U'Scientis c BACK FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCES: p cs OLPfrear ts oure 0enSLawP Prfessors Uouse pe Return To School Details of a little-publi very important, secret weal was developed by Univers cists were revealed recently. Called a VT Fuse, this an vention is ranked secon atomic bomb in the scientifi ments of World War IT. Th consists of an anti-aircraft a complete...…

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…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY - 77 l l t i se scboO } ' Y foY to All Michigan Students e e 01'0 WSeoaf Fr~Iendl"meinWlae xt I D AWIRL°" I Michigan' s Frt'#endty meeting, place" *V f r- q A "Y--w - e -Uro"kin Ale Z*M" "Ir )Pppp t …

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT L wkA6 6 A6F t FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1945 Varsity Night, Rally To Be Held Nov.23 - . rojects New Administration Building Will Be Built Work on State Street Edifice Is Scheduled Tentatively To Begin Sometime in January To Cost X30,000,000 Revised plans for approximately $30,000,000 of post-war University projects have been drawn up and work on a General Service Build...…

October 29, 1945 (vol. 56, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…STWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY Will Scott, former Daily city editor and Acting Director of the University News Service for the past six months has resigned his New Service post and will enroll this fall as a graduate student in the School of Business Ad- ministration. Formerly a staff member of the De- troit Free Press, Scott joined the Navy following his graduation from the University in April, 1943. He served aboard a minesweeper. Meanwhile, Clela...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEa THE ICHIAN AILYPAG Personnel Office, Deaj Many University coeds are helping to put themselves through school by working part-time as waitresses, housekeepers, stenographers and helping out in one of the University departments. During the past five weeks, the Non-academic Personnel Office has filled 206 permanent and part-time jobs. The main purpose of the office is to staff full-time positions on campus, but they ...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Renowned University Bands Will Open Their Ranks to Interested 'U' Musicians UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND-Pictured above is the University of Michigan Marching Band lined-up in its most popular formation, the block 'M'. The band is made up of approximately 100 pieces and is under capable women instrumentalists would add both charm and musician- ship to the concert band. Varied Musical Career A pupil of such outstanding men of...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Gale Says Caution Necessary hn Allied Program for Japan V ETS' READJUSTMENT: Center Opening Is Delayed n c C "Although Gen. MacArthur's poli- cies appear to be thorough and effect- ive thus far, it seems to me that great caution is necessary to insure the maintenance of the democratic program outlined by us for Japan." That's the opinion of Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of the University EX-Daily Editor in ET w...…

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…x TIDE I+ II16AN TAIL x TT-E MTC1I(~A ,._I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillillill FAMILIAR SCENES ON MICHIGAN CAMPUS CAMPUS SCENES-These are famil- iar Michigan landmarks which are familiar toI all f -sudents. From left to right reading down the page, they are Burton Memorial Tower,' Public Health Building, an aerial view of the campus, Ahunni Memorial Hall. Stu- dent Publications Building, Pendleton Library in the Union, Rackham Build- ing and A...…

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