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… FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT Y SirtClt~~ Datit FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WED? SDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 TWELVE PAGES acuity Report iparks Dispute Committee on Duties of Faculty Sees Advice Rejected in Mail Vote BY JIM DYGERT A bitter controversy arose between Faculty Senate members ing the summer with the release of the text of the report of Senate's Committee on the Responsibilities of the Faculty to iety. At the same time, it...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY %P WEDNESDAY. SEPTEIVMML 21. lolut THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEflJV~TIAV~ ~PT1~1i~mu~"R 91 1OM~ - - I - a.eAaa..ara.Jaw a, *U~O i L .7 L' a a L' 171[l L' n' IQ 1, 1,73 a7 INTER-COOPERATIVE COUNCIL: Living inCo-op Houses Helps Save on Expenses Summer and Winter on University Campus Living in a co-op is one effective way to cope with the rising cost of living. Considerable savings in housing expenses are possible because all t...…

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…VEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 1,500,000 IN RESEARCH FACILITIES: THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 Phoenix Lab Opensy New Atomic Fields EIGHTH PRESIDENT: Hatcher Begins 5th Year as 'U' Head gew fields of atomic research Fe opened to University scien- as June 9 with the dedication the ultramodern Phoenix lye- irial Laboratory. ['he three-story, glass and brick ucture, a living monument to SUniversity's dead of World Lr II, is believed to be unequal- out...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I k .c Uaiw ftr4qan t!iai4j Sixty-Fifth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDE14T PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 "You Sure That Cloud Will Hold Both Of Us?" Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily are written by members of The Daily staff and represent the views of the writers only. This must be noted ...…

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…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ADD OR SUBTRACT ROOMS: Unistrut Buildings Prove Useful . i ii The day is not far in the future when' a homeowner will be able to add and subtract rooms to and from his house, or take. it down, take the parts to a new location, and put it back up again. All he will need are a wrench, a screwdriver and a rubber-head- ed mallet. These are the t...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SE E+' 2l.'1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEM~R ~1 1 O~ Wilkinson Luggage Shop Extends Greetings to Michigan Students! New North Campus SPREADS GOOD-WILL: Glee Club Tours Europe for 31 Days 1~ ,, Ii :12N For the Coed's Choice NEW FALL BAGS PLASTICS i-' FAI LLES VELVETS Beautifully Finished Bags in every desired shade,. . $1.95 -$2.95 J r I i i The University Men's Glee Club toured Europe thi...…

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…TEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~EMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY . ...... RIPENING MAIZE, AZURE BLUE: Regents Accept New University Flag I A University flag with colors of "ripening maize and azui'e blue" was accepted by the Regents at their July meeting. Designed by Prof. Walter J. Gores of the architecture college, the flag decorates the Regents Room of the Administration Building. The Regents author- ized the preparation of two mo...…

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…"I'HL MICHIGAN DAILY" WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.1.4.99 f THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~~~~~FbTTlAVYYI'1UUt 1 tb# -a9f.1aa.awAas, 7,L' 1 1 L' 1 11)GiV /.+1 1 7.7 w , Society Offe rs Top Artists ' .1 ,. 4 4 ZINKA MILANOV VIRTUOSO DI ROMA, AN OUTSTANDING MUSICAL GROUP I 4 .4 VIENNA CHOIR BOYS BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET 1 a i I DAME MYRA HESS ARTHUR FIEDLER WALTER GIESEKING NATHAN MILSTEIN Ih- in A' R MEMO TO ALL STUDENTS: 4 1 :$ W...…

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… 21, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U' Choral Union Starts 77th Musical Year Old History - Try FOLLETT'S First USED BOOKS The University Choral Union begins its 77th consecutive year of performance this fall. Participation in this University tradition will be possible for en- tering students this fall, for new members are selected at the be- ginning of each year through au- ditions. Founded in the season of 1879- 80, the group has grown from 40 ...…

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…THE IMCHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MiA[IGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.1955 W CAFETERIA, TAP ROOM: MUSICAL COMEDY: All-Male Cast Annually Addition to Supplement Union's Facilities Presents Union Opera University men will find facili- es for relaxation and recreation side the ivy-trimmed walls of the For more than a year now, the Union, campus men's club found- ed by students more than 50 years ago, has been the ...…

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…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Zi, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Burma's Prime Minister Visits University Fraternity System111 Years Old For 111 years, the fraternity system at Michigan has occupied an important spot in campus life. It's objectives include not only the pursuance of a well rounded social life, but also integration in all campus activities. Each of the 44 social fraternities conducts a formal...…

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….I THE , MCHIGAN DAILY 'IW.''Z vAi'Av tlp 1{lo I4e4-- THE MICHIGAN BATTY TV L4LLL~Efl~A.Pf1 x, Lr~'1*Z m zWL , 1955 'WO-YEAR SENIOR COLLEGE: Flint Campus Opens New University Era A new era in the history of the will begin when its first branch campus opens in Flint, probably in September, 1956.. Ground was broken for the new University senior college at the Flint Junior College June 2. Combined with the Flint Junior College, the new bran...…

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… FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT Y Sirl Daittil FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 City Conducts Systematic Local Housing Inspection NO STUDENT MOTORISTS: A total of 282 multiple unit k dwellings was inspected by Ann Arbor's Building and Safety En- gineering Department during the year ended June 30. Only 15 of the total were in- spected in the six months ending Dec. 31, 1954, after which Robert Miller joined th...…

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…E TWO son A MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 ETWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 t VC) U .0. V)i ~ ) ) tG ~ 5 > iI The Campus Churches Welcome You! Activities for Church Night (Sept. 23) the Friday of Orientation Week and for Registration Weekend .. . I , - UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL AND STUDENT CENTER (1511 Washtenaw Avenue) (The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor Friday, Sept. 23: S...…

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…WEDNESDAY, ISEPTEM 3ER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN BATT.V Lecture Series Features Celebrities - PAGE, v f')" Nine noted personalities have been signed for the 101st annual University Lecture Lecture Course. Beginning its second century of existence, the nation's oldest plat- form series will feature United States Senators Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.) and Wayne Morse (D- Ore.), Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Clifton, Fadiman, Henry Hull, General Carlos P....…

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…"VUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY" WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,195: FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.1955 Sixty-Fifth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OP STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBILIcATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Back To The New Frontier Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily are written by members of The Daily staff and represent the vie...…

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…, SEPTEMBER 21,1953 THE MICHIGAN" DAILY PAGE FIVE SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 THE MICHIGAN I)AIIY PAflU! UW~. Jursxim, rAvrA ". I Powerful'Teams Will Tighten Don Farout has no quarterback with experience, losing three through graduation. The spot should go to Jerry Hunter, a con- verted left half. The rest of the backfield will be playing with only one year of experience. John Pow- ell, left half, and Joe Wynn, right half, and Gene Roll will r...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 19~5 The Calm Before the Storm SUBCOMMITTEES TOO: Three Committees Help SGC Serve 'U' Students Strange Sights at Homecoming Three committees, composed of students, are working under the direction of the Student Govern- man Council to tangle with cam- pus problems in a centralized way. The Public Relations .and Elec- tions, Campus Affairs, and Hum...…

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…WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT Yl r e I~rtigau :4E ait ~ WOMEN'S SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 12 PAGES League Offers Numerous Facilities for lur Dean of Women Advises UseV Coed Activities Membership Includes All Women Students Building Provides Cafeteria, Theater, Library, Organizational Headquarters, Listening Rooms Of 'Golden Mean ' To Freshmen 4.' Miss Deborah Bacon, Dean of Women, presents the following...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMER 21.19SS' THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPI M1~Ffl~2t 1~ w+r aafras a. va'Ji iiiliTii.Ri- ZM N1, 1JJ. 7v 'Miss Mac Guides League Events' Social Director I? Advises Activities For Spare Time The Michigan League, as the nu- cleus for women's extra curricular activities, has an amiable Social Director, Miss Ethel McCormick, better known to University coeds as "Miss Mac." "Miss Mac" is supervisor of L...…

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… WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MCHIGAN DAILY P GL .' .. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY i CAVE' iJLJ KVMjg « CHARLESTON-Any student can learn to dance the Charleston as well as many other dances at the League sponsored classes. Classes are held for both beginners and advanced persons, as well as for students attending in couples or alone. X League Classes Offer andCng InstriUCtions Many Places For Studying Now Open St...…

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…TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, _SE E ER 21,105 5 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. t§~5 .,. . .a_,.,......., ........ .u...rwa iv.,v ,. )URSES FOR EVERY INTEREST: Physical Education Requirements To Be Met by Coeds 'U' Gives Loans, Scholarships By DEEDY ROBERTSON Every coed at the University must successfully complete a two- semester physical education course for two hours a week without cred- it before she can graduate. The y...…

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…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEFIV WEDNSDA, SETEMER 2,195 TH MIHIGA D~i A AGEFII Me= WAA Sponsors Many Activities for Freshmen 1' a Board Plans Blazer Sale, Tournaments By DEEDY ROBERTSON Every coed enterng the Univer- sity automatically becomes a mem- ber of the Women's Athletic As- sociation for the duration of her college days here. Many varied and interesting ac- tivities on campus are under the responsibility...…

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…SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER! SIX 'I'ME MIEMiEiAN DAILY .,:,.:. u... ,A7AjL 0 7 w XxflTAAArAKkf WOMEN'S PAGE: Editors Welcome Tryouts To Join Daily Staff in Fall Hello Newcomers: Welcome to the University! We hope you will enjoy your college days, Each of you will, we think, find some niche here, with friends and in studies and activities. As editors of the Women's Page of The Daily, we would like to welcome each of you to...…

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…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE - MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE '' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE ~ 'U' Women Use Facilities Of New Pool Coeds Bring 'Dates' For Co-Rec Swim Periods During Year By HARRIETTE SIMINGTON For over a year the new wom- en's pool has been used and en- joyed by innumerable coeds. Opened in March last year the pool was planned by various cam- pus groups as far back as 1934. At this time the Women's Athl...…

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…JfL ALMLAA J,'.s.S.. 'W .311Eb'a SYIYJI . .1R VV ;5zjr- JL ",Vij&XA Zi, 1955 A .k~R.J ~ k~2~5. ~&iW AW~XE~ A. i~LJ~ A iivJX~kt(, G1. 19~5 PSI NG FUN FOR FRESHMEN: Maize, Blue To Compete in Frosh Weekend By BARB HECHT Freshmen fun begins when the coeds teams, the Maize and the Blue, compete for the best enter- tainment and sportsmanship in the annual Frosh Weekend held every spring. Begun as a freshman project in 1948, freshman women are ...…

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…WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Laboratory Contains Language Recordings Center Serves To Improve Students' Reading Abilities By RUTH WEISS Buenas dias, Guten tag, Good. day, Bon jour! Walk into the language labora- tory in Mason Hall, pick out a rec- ord, play it on the recorder, put on the earphones and the student is likely to be greeted in any one of 18 diff...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1955 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.1955 I Campus Organizations Will Present Their Annual Dances Throughout Year U Colleges Will Sponsor Own Traditional Festivities Committees Plan Various Celebrations +''1 ,. f. By SUE RAUNHEIM During the school year, the dif- ferent colleges in the University sponsor their own annual dances. Early in the fall the School of Natural Resources ho...…

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…r WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1951 Coeds To V By DEEDY ROBERTSON High excitement :eigns during the Lantern Night Sing, sponsored annually by the Women's Athletic Association in Hill Auditorium. All women's residences includ- ing dormitories, sororities, league houses and co-operative houses who wish to compete for the silver cup awarded to the best choral group, organize and present a vocal number. An elimination session is held each year because ...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY WERNESDAY, SEP ws Junior Women Write, Direct Annual JGP Production Skirt, Blouse, Sweater Combinations Add Variety, Versatility to Coeds' Wardrobes By JANIE FOWLER When the curtain rises on the Junior Girls Play, the audience will witness a show backed by many years of fine performances and a long tradition. JGP provides coeds with an op- portunity to prove that this is really "a woman's world." Not only is the play w...…

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… SPORTS SUPPLEMENT' 4 A6F .Altr t I A Batt SPORTS SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 12 PAGES . M Gridders Face Power -Packed Slate Buckeyes Batter Hopes Of 1954 Football Squad Michigan Eleven Lists Speed, Depth, Promise 0 f _ By ALAN EISENBERG Associate Sports Editor Many, many years will have to pass before football and Michigan fans alike, will be able to forget the talented coaches and courag...…

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…PAGE TWO p. THE MICMGAN DAILY DNESDAY°, SEPTEMBER 2I,.1053 FilE MICHIGAN BATTY WEDNESDA~flY. SEPTEMRPR fl. ThUN iV AN ERA PASSES: Michigan Sports Loses Friend in Gr BY DON LINDMAN On July 13, 1954, the sports world lost a great personality and Michigan lost a great friend. The "dean of American sports writers," Grantland Rice, died on that warm July day while sitting at his typewriter composing one of the nationally syndicated "The Spor...…

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…WEDNESDAY, l5M M'SER 2!, I95S THE MICHIGAN DAILY - WEDNESA...S.T.,B _.i,1955- Oosterbaan Starts Eighth Season at Gridiron Helm, Sports Thrills Highlight Exciting Year Nw-ool v4ft ../ 1 Rounding into his eighth yearv as Michigan football coach, Ben- jamin G. (better known as Ben- nie) Oosterbaan is one of the best known figures in modern gridiron history. Both as a player and a coach, Oosterbaan has been accorded some of the highest ho...…

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…Irl ' 9E MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2I,1953 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. ~PTF!1ImFU~ p1.. 1O5~ '7 k.-& JLJUAIA-"A JAV 061AL9 X00% Ir Swimmers Nipped by Buckeyes for Big Ten itle MacKAY STARS: Netters Cop Conference Title, National Honors Jones Sets Three Records In Dual Meet Against Iowa fl By JUDIE CANTOR and LOU SAUER (Continued from Page 1) 3-6. He revived to trounce Kuhn in the next two sets, 6-1, 6-2. Gets Revenge ...…

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…21,1955 1 HEMiC;HI AN DAILY 21, 1955 THE MIUHIGAN DAILY f £Au((/in 1/019 WITH PHIL DOUGLIS Daily Sports Editor (Continued from Page 1) sports year in over a decade by sweeping to a shocking second place finish in the toughest conference in the land. Second only to Ohio State, National, Big Ten, and Rose Bowl Champions, Michigan gave notice to all-that its foes better start running for cover, starting later this month. Six Team Championships...…

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…0 to% LI11A N IDAIL V WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1955 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.1058 'COND IN WIHL: Ice Squad Wins NCAA Championship Linksters BY TOM BEIERLE T Finish Fourth in Conference (Continued from Page 1) routing Michigan State, 7-4, the revitalized crew went on to sweep its next seven games and jump into the national limelight. A wide-open -3 win over Har- vard in the semi-finals set the stage for the tight 5-3 contest with Co...…

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…SEPTEMBER x1,195 MKMM MICHIGAN DAMN Cagers Eke Out Sixth Place, Finish in Conft renc KRAMER STARS Fail to Figurein Run for Big Ten Title BY JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor Well, it was better than last year. This thought echoed through the minds of Michigan basketball fans as they saw the end of an- other dismal season of cage play. Michigan's basketball fortunes were improving, but very slightly. For the past several years the cager...…

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…TtkiE $iiicnit tiirj N iiirAi iA 1" ~ N k.. v:J .a , t A A ,AA..M Y F:1, 11 rymnastics Squad Looks to Future for Improvement BY JIM BAAD Having lost only two regulars, Michigan's gymnastic team is look- ing forward to a definite improve- ment over last year. The loss of Captain Bill Winkler, whose specialty was the trampo- line, and Frank Adams, voted most valuable for last season's perform- ances on the high bar, trampoline, and tumblin...…

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…21,1955 THE MCHIGAN DAILY 21, 1955 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WrestlersCaptureBig 10 Title BY JOHN HILLYER There's much more to the manly art of wrestling than grunting and groaning, as Michigan's 1955 squad so thoroughly demonstrated. Coach Cliff Keen's surprising heroes came from virtually no- where to take the Western Con- ference wrestling title in as dra- matic finale as has been seen in many years. Start With Win The season got off to a f...…

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…THE MYCMGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 8 E14 BER 21.1" THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBVR ~1. i~i~i ,--I --- RL1 1i/LiV N.4) idVV F_ Iichigan NineFades atSeason s End Onthe Spot. with JACK HORWITZ Associate Sports Editor BY DAVE RORABACHER A precipitous drop marked the demise of the 1955 Michigan dia- mondmen. In an exciting Western Confer- ence race, in which five teams re- inained in contention for the crown heading into the final day of ...…

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…camMVW.g'nAV- RPPTEMBER 21.1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY :I PAID ADVERTISEMENT ImM SPORTILIGHT .. by stere hedpern ARE YOU AN ardent curling fan? Or do your interests lie in hai-alai, bocci or fencing? If you are among those who deem participation in these sports a dire necessity then you will be sadly disappointed in Michigan's intramurals pro- gram-for these are among the few sporots not listed on the mam- moth 36-sport I-M schedule. Consider...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Z Kt?+'TlNii'1C@hAq 111r k 4 '-*Arrt THE ICHGAN AIL ~3?I~iU~ A ~.~UUU~m*4 Ab iL~iJ LAi., a dr £N4VLD i, 1955I I; _I Our E TO THE STUDE I with Shelves are stocked NE USED .oI 0 for Every Course in Every Department ENGINEERS --MEDICS -LAWYERS Consult our New and Enlarged Professional Department for your Requirements. " . . Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Be...…

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… PUBLICATIONS SUPPLEMENT Y *it6 Alp mp- --qqop- a t t]Y PUBLICATIONS SU PLE'MENT s I University Student Newspaper begins Its 66th Year of Editorial Freedom And Responsible News Coverage 4 S M!GIIANENSIAN Cramipus Yearbook Gathers Tradition, Activities and Personalities Into Beautiful yolume Five student publications serve the University of Michi. \ gan campus. The Michigan Daily appears six mornings a week, Tues., day through Sunday,...…

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…GE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY .ATEST DEADLINE IN THE STATE: The Daily Covers Every Aspect of News milli I World, National, Campus Every important news event is covered by the Daily. Two Associated Press teletype machines go on at 3 p.m. six days a week to bring the campus in- formation on what is happening throughout the world. The Daily's 2 a.m. deadline, the latest in the state, makes it pos- sible to put last-minute news on student breakfas...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..w;.:>:.:.:f.: 500 PAGES OF PICTURES: .....'.nsian OF Gives astin Record Ca fi > 'Ensian Gives Lasting Record of Camp u us Life Students leaving Ann Arbor after four or more years at the University always take with them a copy of the 'Ensian. For the University's yearbook provides a complete record in pic- tures of every aspect of campus life. A graduateneed only page through the 'Ensian to lapse into a reminiscence of hi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY e " e 5 4Sol .4 I : A CORRECTION - Many people think that Ulrich's Book Store carries only ENGINEERING books. .. Ulrich's carry a very huge stock of USED and NEW books for Every Course on the Michigan Campus. I I ULRICH'S WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great values in Student Supplies Parker, Scheaffer and Esterbrook Fountain Pens Fiber & Aluminum Laundry Cases. . $2.25 and up ° 25 Different Designs of Mi...…

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