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September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… Order Your Subscription o day all 2-3241 ORIENTATION Li SirF alt ORIENTATION ISSUE ISSUE Latest Deadline in the State ... OL. LXVII, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 SIXTY-TWO P c I s I Students Get More School Ban SWon't Stop Offices epa tized U' Political Clubs Make Fall Plans Women To Fac This Year By MARY ANN THOMAS Students will have more class days this year, due to a change in t...…

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…II O THE MCHICAN (DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 s +. TWO TUE MI-C--G-N-'--.. Middleman's Work Done By Exchange Although there is no University- operated book store, Student Book Exchange enables students to get used texts at reasonable prices. Operating as a non-profit stu- dent service, the Exchange is actu- ally a middleman between stu- dent buyers and sellers. Students turn in their books and set their own prices. Sponsored by Stud...…

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…THE MICMGAN :DAIL3' PAGE' TETMHIRIEIE DIVGISIONS: ...:_ .. . Bureau of Appointments Helps Students Get Jobs Introducing III Main purpose of the Bureau of Appointments is to help people get Jobs. Located in the Administration Bldg., the Bureau has three divis- ions. The teaching division is pri- marily concerned with positions available in education. General division aids people who want jobs in industry, business and gov- ernment. The s...…

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…V THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 Headquarters in Michigan for S I QUALITY PAPER-BOUND BOOKS I ecommended Highspots From MERE DEANS great. paper-back titles from ANCHOR BOOKS magnificent paper bound books sewn-bound for durability HERE'S THE COMPLETE LIST: M31. Robert M. Hutchins FREEDOM, EDUCATION, AND THE FUND. Essays and addresses, 1946-56. Major work on areas of current dis- cussion $1.25 M32. Morris R. Cohen. A...…

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…f' TEMBER 17, 1956 TNF Tt'UTE2 4 NT UkA TKW aa a". 1 aaLalaVA11 1/111Lx I PAGE '' s has the S I Social Sciences- Psych., Soc., Anth ro., Pol. Sc i. WELCOME! 1. Abram Kardiner, WAR STRESS AND NEUROTIC ILLNESS. A practi- cal program for the management of traumatic neuroses offered in this brilliant analysis by a psychiatrist whose many years of experience with chronic cases is here supplemented by detailed new material on the acute ...…

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…Aw A4bidpj ait Sixty-Sixth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITT OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * PhoneNo 2-3241 I pnlons Are Free, Will Pre W* orials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all reprints. DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 NIGHT EDITOR: LEE MARKS Faculty...…

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…SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAITV )MEN TO ACT IN SHOW: Fifty Years of Tradition Give Way As Union Opera Leaves Campus Scene by DICK TAUB Union Opera is no more. After almost half a century of all male shows, long road tours, and satires of campus life, the op- era in its previous form has been disbanded. "The all male farce went out with vaudeville," Tom Oates, '57E, promotions chairman, explained. "We want to give the campus some...…

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…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 THaMCIA1TfIT ONASPEMEr715 "Political ubs Make lly Plans (Continued from Page 1) ididates' stands on civil rights factors in the club's deci- ile the NAACP will probably ctively campaign for candi- to avoid any charges of anship, Taylor indicated they , take out newspaper ads pre- Ig their stand on various is- and candidates. Ann Arbor Labor Youth te, a Marxist organization he only one of the ...…

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… MONDAY, SEPTEM 3ERk 17,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE Vr", MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 THE MICHJCAN BATTY PAI~' ~ i :lf l .fl- .C. i Aerial Photo Shows Medical Center THE VERY BEST IN TRAVEL, EXPLORATION ADV TUE -,,, e.. ... .. YOUR PASSPORT TO SEE THE WORLD GREAT ADVENTURE FILM PRODUCERS IN PERSON NARRATING THEIR EXCLUSIVE COLOR MOTION PICTURES SUN., OCT. 28, 3:00 P.M. ADM. DONALD B. "EYON THE . DNAL B.M8cMILLANNORTHERN LIGHTS." ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY" MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 r THdIHGNDIYMNASPEBR1,15 issing, Brickd lust, Diag Seal n 'U' Tradi~tion Torches light the night sky, yelps and shouts pierce the air, and bodies are smeared with brick dust, paint, and crankcase oil as Uni- versity honoraries initiate their new members according to long- standing traditions. These "long-standing traditions" are also reflected as freshmen carefully bypass the 'M' seal on the ...…

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… ACTIVITIES SECTI ON Y lflzr t~ D4at ACTIVITIES SECTI ON ew s . eV i w J m SI.LHMAN SUPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 EIGHT PAGES Joint Judic Acts As Campus Court Ten Member Group Meets Weekly To Determine Student Offenses By DAVE TARR The average freshman entering the University is usually not aware of the many rules and regulations he must live under during college life. ' Most students soon learn about th...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SE MER 171 I9ss THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 19~6 .,..... a .r .. , .... .. ..... GC Has Broad Power ut Subject To Review By TAMMY MORRISON The history of Student Govern- ment Council at the University is one of original rejection and later overwhelming acceptance. Now beginning its second com- plete year as the official campus government, SGC replaced Stu- dent Legislature in March 1955. When an al...…

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… MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27',1956 "M MCHIGAN DAILV PAGE T R MONDAY, SEPTEMI3ER 17,1956 KITE MICIITGAi~J DAILY PAGE THRE1~ w Marching Band Known As One Of Nation's. Best > University bands had their orig- in in 1844 when nine student mu- sicians assembled to play at cam- pus chapel services. Thus the nucleus of the Univer- sity Bands which today comprises over 250 students was formed. The Marching Band, Symphony Band and Wolverine Band form ...…

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…pAG$ FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 3958 ?AGE FOUR THE ~CHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 r CHORAL UNION SERIES: Rubinstein, Cassadesus To Play 1956-57 UNIVERSITY MUSIC SOCIETY CE TS Seventy-eighth Annual Choral Union Series KURT BAUM, Tenor and HERVA NELLI, Soprano 9 ..*Thursday, October 4 CHARLES MUNCH Boston symphony conductor BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHARLES MUNCH, Conductor Monday, October 15 BERLIN P...…

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… MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY IPA r-r 1"Ve THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE v 9 PART OF SERIES: Bunche, Attlee To Speak At U' Of Steinbeck Also Slated By ED JERUJLD SON . Dr. Ralph tT. Bunche, undersec- 4 retary; of the United Nations and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, h and Clement Atlee, prominent British Laborite, party leader and * former Prime Minister, are among the group of distinguished person- alities scheduled to take...…

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…THE MCHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 EIGHTH PRESIDENT: Harlan Hatcher Begins Sixth Year At University PRESIDENT AND MRS. HARLAN HATCHER-Eighth president of the University, Harlan Hatcher and his wife pause for a cup of tea. Fraternities Study North Campus Site The expansion of the Universi- ty, the Fraternity system, and in- dividual houses, has made the problem of fraternity housing a s...…

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… MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 "R"ARE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS ISA:" Aims for International Student Understanding The primary aim of the Inter- national Students Association is to promote better international un- derstanding between the students of the seventy-odd countries who attend the University. This organization, composed of every international student who comes to the University, presents various cultural and intellectua...…

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…THE MCM GAN DAILY" MONDA'Y', SEPTEMBER 17, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 WPOW P o "UI*s Key To ' E xpansion O ?j"..,."%' v'?':'::::+? ?. ..- Qa' d1 LTl 1'liliJ lTitilf I Cramped by the growing pains confronting all institutions of higher education, the University has called upon North Campus to provide the ground space for its future expansion. Located a mile north of the main campus, this 670-acre tract of roll...…

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… SPORTS SUPPLEMENT. A6F 4bp 411 t r t zin Daitii SPORTS SUPPLEMENT I w6wom" Fl SHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1056 M' Optimistically Looks to Grid Seasor Top Sophs the 9lite... WITH DAVE GREY A Sports Editor's Welcome HE CLASS of 1960 . .. It sounds strange, because it seems only a chort while ago that many of us entered Michigan as members of the Class' of 1957; During that time a lot has happened...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 II 1 II I gIIM1 IL 11 I ISY. . pining Sports Staff Means hanee T o Share Tradition OOSTERBAAN HEADS 'M' COACHES: S,..'ft ;.{f Nine Men Guide Grid Fortunes By MIKE BERNSTEIN This coming semester the Mich- gan Wolverines will provide great hrills and entertainment in the world of sports, as they will en- ounter top - flight competition1 rom all ports of the country. For a member of th'e incom...…

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… 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA 17 1956 THE MIChIGAN DAILY PA This morning on STATE STREET .by'stee heilpern Michigan Leads Conference In Overall 1955-56 Recor The Big, Big Stadium THIS IS YOUR first football game at Michigan Stadium, and it'll be something to write home about. I'm assuming, of course, that you've never seen a game at Michigan Stadium. Okay, okay, so you're from Detroit and you used to come up all the time when you were ...…

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…t THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 p A GYM EmUIPMEN 4 4 GR UM STS {{*r BRUNSHOES--sox .BLS HANDBALL GL OYES fSQUASH RACKETS MICHIGAN "T"SHIRTS GOLF CLU BS BRUNSWICK BOWLING BALLS -- BAGS-- SHOES Wolverine Thinclads Retain T Both Indoor, Outdoor Titles -li By JOHN HILLYER It was another banner year for Michigan track. Under the able guidance of their successful young coach, Don Can- ham, the Wolverines again brought bo...…

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… MY I E 17, 1956 4N THE MCHIIGA DAIMY THE 1UC~GAW DAIlY PAflI~ i Aa0r "as. Michigan Again Holds NCAA Ice Champil onsh ip By BRUCE BENNETT Michigan captured its second straight NCAA hockey title last Marchas it downed Michigan Tech, 7-5, at the Broadmoor Ice Palace in Colorado Springs, Colo. It was the ninth year in a row that Coach Vic 'Heyliger's teams have qualified for the trip to the Broadmoor and the sixth time they have emerge...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1958 [' Diamondmen Lose 'Close Ones,' nish in Fourth Place in Conference Wrestlers Cop Second Big Ten Crown in Row e inning loss to Indiana in the sea- other teams in the league to help ing the close ones hurts! son's opener hindered the Michi- them. act can be attested to by gan cause. However, it was still a successful h place finish of the Wol- Vict...…

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… 17, 1956 TRZ - MICHIGAN DAILY P) 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1' a Au, awn'- Champion Squad Makes Conference Net History MANY EX-HIGH SCHOOL STARS: Sophs Promise Great Season for 'M' Natators By ED SALEM Michigan's tennis team is the proud possessor of one of the fin- est records in Big Ten net history. Following their second unbeaten year in a row, Coach Bill Murphy's charges found themselves with a record of 31 straight victories in ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,19.59, THE MICIGAN DILY MO-A--- SETEMBER---19- 1, WELCOME STUDENTS Keep your hair neat and well groomed during your 4 years on campus in our air-conditioned shop. 715 North University Four By JOE GREENOUGH With four out of the six regular starters returning, Michigan's golf team should enjoy another suc- cessful golf season next spring. These four, Captain Steve Uzelac, John Schubeck, Fred Micklow ...…

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… 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Cagers Fail To Show Improvements Building Program Adds New Athletic Facilities By JIM BAAD Not usually successful on the ' basketball court, Michigan wound up the 1955-56 season continuing the tradition. Finishing the season with a 4-10 mark in the Big Ten gave the Wolverines a tie for eighth with Wisconsin in the final standings. Northwestern, Purdue, Minne- sota and Wi...…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…T8E MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 Iuch Talent Expected To Fill Gymnastics squad By BILL GRANSE rough schdule awaits them, the Wolverine gymnasts have talent to face it. his describes the plight of ch Newt Locken's gymnastics n, as it prepares for the 1956-57 ion. "We're losing four men, picking up two", Loken said, imenting on the Michigan team! b went undefeated through last i's dual meet season. "Our two itions, Jim Hayslett ...…

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… 'TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY rA THE MICHIGAN BAILY PA(~ , , Uphill Climb Early Losses Forgotten After Victory over OSUI Nets 'M' Last Grid Title By BOB BOLTON From an upset defeat on a bright September afternoon to an f upset victory in a whistling No- vember blizzard the toad to Mich- igan's last fonference football title was a rocky one. The Wolverines grid star faded before the 1950 season had begun. CM opening day the Spartans of Michi...…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…I I TE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 M Gridders Stopped by OSU Maentz were superb in the second- at Champaign, and most of the of Its remaining games, and both Lv (Continued from Page 1) key catches to help erase a 13- point deficit and lead the Wolver- ines to a 14-13 win. The Jug was still Michigan's, but people began to wonder when this team would crack under the strain of a suicide schedule. "M" had come close to defe...…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

… " WOMEN'S SECTION Y Sir it rni :4Iatj WOMEN'S SECTION FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 TWELVE PAGES Campus Organizations Provide Recreation for Studen WAA Sponsors Activities, Clubs By PAT NORTON Every woman entering the University automatically becomes a member of the Women's Athletic Association, and as such she is welcome to the multiplicity of facilities which are offered. Among the build...…

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…THE MICHMAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1950 lIKE MIcIl1~AN DAILY MONDAY. ~4EPTEMRF~R 17. Ifl5A a .l AjWi iii; lYy1V lei 1J11V v -Daily--John Hirtze1 ROSH WEEKEND-Maize and Blue Teams comprised of fresh- an women compete in a weekend of fun. Each team presents dance and a floorshow, with the judging based on publicity, ecorations, tickets sold, programs, and expenditures. --Daily-Sam Ching SOPHOMORE SHOW-Men and women will be combining t...…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 33

… "17,1959 THE MICMGA N DAILY PAGE 17. ioi~e THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Anxiously Await Michigras, Spring Weekend By RASE PERLBERG and NANCY LEIGHTON Michigras and Spring Weekend, two of the most aniously awaited I long-planned-for all-campus events of the school year, occur in springs of alternate years. Last April, the word on almost every person's lips was "Michi-- s," and next spring, will be the time for Spring Weekend to take campus spo...…

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…THE MICHIGAN" DAILY MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 17.1950- THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY. V.EPTEMI~F1t 1'!. 1!~4 l{i 1.l AJ 1V III Fw Liss Mac' Guides League Social Activities By SUE RAUNHEIM s one enters the Undergraduate ice of the League, she cannot P but meet the sparkling, vi- ous little woman who guides League Social activities. his is Miss Ethel McCormick, wn to most as "Miss Mac". 'his lady, whose dynamic en- y is quite amazing, takes an .ve inte...…

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… ', SEPTEMBER 17, 1956.. THE MIl:H16A 1'1i DAILY SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 'IJIE l~ikElii4iAN DAIlY omen's League Has Many Branches INSTRUCTION IN MANY SPORTS: Gym Program Designed To Suit All Interests By SUE RAUNHEIM The governmental structure of ie League consists of many separ- e branches. Women's League Council under he auspices of the Board of Gov- mnors is the administrative branch f the League. It plans and coor- inates all women's acti...…

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…Z' ME IMUCHMAN DAILY I MONDAY" SEPTEMBER 17, U561. TUE IIUCUIGAN IJAILk~ MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 +, nnual Dances Plan Integral Part in Forming, Continuing Traditions Bv RosE PERLBERG ay nro.K~LA~rXM Dressed in everything between extremes of blue jeans and id shirts and floor length for- its and tuxedos, coeds and men 1 rhumba, mambo and fox trot eir way through a series of an- al dances presented regularly roughout the year. special occ...…

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… V AT, SEPTEMBER 17,1956 THE MICA116A.N DAILY PAGE I Ar, 5EPTk1WBEJ~ 17, 1966 TUE MiliI(~iAl~ iJAILI~ iniversity Honors Students for Scholarships, Activities By JANIE FOWLER Each spring, students awakened by screams and shouts late at night, gather on the Diag between the next day's classes to witness one of the University's finest tra- ditions as honoraries select out- Y standing men and women on cam- pus. The "Michiganensian" has paid ...…

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…a jiXti ±~ARt.XXMpAi~ gitikjX I.1Ji:v~.. f, tdvi'h.Y.y + : . t,.:l tLa:r . 11. 1 JJt Fudents Practice Varied Methods of Study: niversity Offers- Many Library Services LEARN TO FOX TROT, WALTZ, RUMBA: Michigan League Presents Dance Classes Instructors A.;' By ROSE PERLBERG udy Hints freshman usually enters col- with the dual aim of learning having a good time. otentially open to him are bids he honor societies, whose pre- iisites almos...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE! THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Many Projects Sponsored By 2 Groups Lane Hall, Hillel Plan Diversified Activities For All Men, Women Lane Hall and the B'Nai B'Rith Hillel Foundation are campus headquarters for organized reli- gious activity. Lane Hall which houses the University's .Student Religious As- sociation upholds the old French motto,. liberte, fraternite, egalite, (freedom, brotherhood, equality) by putting out t...…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 AA Tournaments Provide Fun, Recreation irough Y( By PAT NORTON ax, don't let studies get you reation is an important of college life, and through vomen's Athletic Association- ored tournaments, students realize this facet of campus rting off the fall semester of tournaments will be inter- volleyball tourney, begin- on Monday, Oct. 8. ds housing units, sororities, itories and League houses l...…

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… SEPTEMBER17,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE EL tudents May Join Sports Clubs of Women's Athletic Associatior Groups Plan Wide Variety Of Activities By PAT NORTON Whatever your choice as a fav- orite sport, the Women's Athletic Association has a club which will interest you. Enthusiasts of the tennis rac- ket and courts will improve their game and more skilled players will receive instruction. The Club sponsors singles and doubles tournaments...…

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…THE MICHIGANDAILY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,11956 rH IHGNDIYMNASPEBR1,15 ELCO E TO THE E STDEx TSI Our Shelves are S tocked with' I E USED a, for Every Course in Every Departm.ent J 7 A ENGINEERS --MEDICS -LAYR 1 Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy in Town. { TO THE FRESHMAN STUDENT SUPPLIES TO THE' RETURNING STUDENT Make Wah r's your headquar- conf us ion...…

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… PUBLI CATIONS SUPPLEMENT: Lw0 I43adi PUBLICATIONS SUPPLEMENT - ----- ----- --- ----- --- ---_r _- -- ---- E MT RU~A t AN SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1956 r v u _ , n S s e Five student publications serve the University of Mi gan campus. The Michigan Daily appears six mornings: a week , TI day through Sunday," with news of campus, local, natic and international events. Its editorial page comments cr...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ST DEADLINE IN THE STATE: Phe Daily Covers Every Aspect of News \ l \1 \ ; '< WPM= z ''t\ , 4 world, ational, ts Aam pus lEvery 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 s...…

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… THE MICHIGAN DAILYPA /f ~500 PAGES OP PICTURES: 'Ensian Gives Lasting Record of Campus 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 graduate need only page through the 'Ensian to lapse into a reminiscence of his collegiate tenure. Each page brings another memory, e...…

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…1, THE MICHIGAN DAILY *V*''NJJA" A 3!air: ZIA '1 '&WAL 7 E4Z .. . E y CHIGAW DAILY . fl~p~a:A!r aL.C"b.'uat3rwC m 17, INDO IF 4> r &Vol$ Off' Do' J f %d p4 op. d ,. ie, y Q' e i- s II r 11 I/ CORRECTION -- Many people think that Ulrich's Book Store carries only ENGINEERING books .0. Ulrich's carry a very huge stock of USED and NEW books for Every Course on the Michigan Campus. f ULRICH'S WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give yo...…

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…V - -, 1' 7 - _ 'J -t . , Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY" September 17, 1956 .. .. yv v.ntvw . . ... . "..r. ... .. . V 1 MAGAZINE SECTION C4C £ficli~~jn D3tI3J Monday, September 17, 1956 NOTEBO ONTOW I and E ERYO E I A RBOR FEATURES SHOP 1 IEggheads A Double &c ]lIr. Luce Vision Hollywood Ads r The Ballet Lesson YOUR COLLEGE BOOK STORE 336 5. State Street NEW AND USED BOOKS 4 Reviewer Confesses The Coo...…

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… l Obge Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY September 17, 1956 September 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~~~ag~~~~~w~olTE IHIAN DILSeIemeR1. 96Petebe 7,196THMIC IG N DAL CONT ENTS MOVIE ADS: STILL ABSURD-Our researcher discovers they've always been improbable. Page 5. THE DREAM THAT COOK BUILT-A portrait of one of the University's most famous donors. Page 4. OF EGGHEADS AND MR. LUCE-A probing analysis of the campus intellectual. Page 6. AN AGELESS A...…

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….2' I 4 ,_. 9Q P 7 THE MtCHIGAN DAILY sep __ -_tem7e 7 I I' Jge Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY September 17,1956 t September 17, 1956 .. . ,........ - , , --... Movie Ads: Still Absurd GET YOUR Our Researcher Discovers That They Haven't Changed Much Since the Days, of 'Youthful Folly' 1957. I I at REISTRERS 00. down or 00h cash TIO By DAVID KESSELM IT might appear, to the casual] observer, that movie adver-s tising has be...…

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… "c. t Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY September 17, 1956 September 17, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY re .,.,,_.17. 19 . THE MICHIGAN DAILY Notebook On A Tow TheJ By LEE MARKS Daily Staff Writer WILLIAM W. COOK doled out eight million dollars to make a dream come true, and then, for fear reality would belie the dream, never returned to see it. In all, Cook gave to 'the Univer- sity gifts worth sixteen million dollars-Martha Cook Dormito...…

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