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September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 7

…I Seventieth Year of Editorial Freedom I ait. FRESHMAN EDITION I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 SIXTY PAGES S . tstitute of Science ) Begin Operation White Named as Director; 'U' Seeks lanning Funds for -New Building By ROBERT JUNKER Daily City Editor , Institute of Science and Technology will begin operation at diversity this month. e Regents established the Institute, the budget, bylaws and hip at their meeting l...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. -i Try FOLLETT'S First. USED BOOKS at BARGAIN PRICES III III, Regents Supervise 'U'; Top Officers Direct Work Geea uevso ndcn imnhmadDoadTubrdn fth nvriy hc te n eerhporasadi h elhSevcteamsin New Books If You Prefer. FO LLETT STATE STREET at NORTH UNIVERSITY Join The Michigan Dai Photography Staff Goenera sp"risonad on- trol of all University policy and expenditures of funds is done by the eight popularly-elec...…

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….R 15, 1959 TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC BEST STUDENT ENTRIES: Ii Hopwood Awards Encourage Creative Writing USED TEXTBOOKS By PETER STUART ery Hopwood partially worked way through the University, oon thereafter his plays netted over a million dollars. th part of this he provided student awards to encourage bive writing at his alma mater. his will, Hopwood, a member e class of 1905, empowered the nts to invest one-fifth of his e and to distri...…

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…"Visit? Why Yes, I Think I Miglt be Able Wjeg £id~iit &ilg Seventieth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MICH. * Phone No 2-3 241 To-" Then Opinion& Are Free Truth Will Prevail" ditorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This must be noted in all rep...…

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…-j ,. JAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOm 'U' Health Service Continuing To Care for Student Needsj SPONSORED BY UNIVERSITY: Students Can Get Art Print Loan 19- By MICHAEL BURNS University Health Service has been serving the students and faculty of Michigan for 46 years. Providing basic clinical services and a number of specialty clinics, including mental hygiene, the Ser-. vice is well equipped to handle all types of case...…

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…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY r. (Speech Department Offers P1 laybill 1- By KATHLEEN MOORE An annual tradition on campus is the speech department's presen- tation of a playbill. Traditioially consisting of four' plays and an opera, the latter pro- duced jointly with the music school the playbill is planned by. the speech department's Theatre Committee to include as wide a variety of styles as possible, mix- ing comedy, ...…

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…15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILI Stirton Displays arborn Center Campus FROM SPEECH DEPARTMENT: Playbill Features Five Productions -c- (Continued from Page 6) Prof. Josef Blatt of the music school shared directing chores with Prof. Bender and took time out to explain the intricacies of opera production. Words and music are learned separately at first, he said, then integrated to produce a harmonious effect. On stage, he continued, "the players ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. T"O THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIJESDAY ~EPFF1WTWU~ 1~ 1~4W "LTA"a:,Jm i0, 10-0.7 F_ Hatcher Teas Provide Informal Get-Togethers COMPLETES AREA STUDIES: Southern Asia Curriculum To Begin / vited to each open house as special guests, President Alexander Ruthven started the student open houses early in his 22 years of office. The teas soon became a tradition. Custom Introduced The custom of having men a...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY w Student Government oposal Set for Approval OFFICIALS MAKE PREDICTIONS: Housing, Enrollment Situations To Stay Stable tcontinued from Page 1) Committee will also have faculty members, but in- of having both Dean of and Dean of Women, the resident for Student Affairs ppoint one of the two, and so name one other member C) YEARS: Okay New A University calendar for ; the ars 1960-61 and 1961-62, with ly "minor changes" f...…

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…_______________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY TED LY, SEPTEMBER ] ------------- j to and the U NIVERSITY O)F MICH IGAN 'ry ::..cr::**r!+**.r r.. r Y .:r.y;"'u,".. %r 9'-S.t a. ,, t . .u SALE, AUTOMATIC WASH-AND-WEAR. '*1 , l> \\ " action "Jackets in Dacron® blend for men. 36 to 44 GIRLS' GYM "'SKIPS" IN WASHABLE DUCK Sturdy cotton uppers, rubber soles. !White, red, blue, other iolor sf mall 5 to big 10. ARCH-CUSHIONED SASKETBALL "SKI...…

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…ACTIVITIES SECTION / 4 OA4 t 4t CYi ii ACTIVITIES SECTION E PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 TWELVE PAGES Socia I Scene iUE BUILDING-An (aerial view of the Women's League s a side view, autumn shadows creeping up the side. In the ground at right is the Health Service Building. a ge Cooinates :tivities of Women By LINDA BRODEY * The Women's League was founded in 1890 and has served as the clearing house for wome...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP ic higras To visit Campus This y ea By FAITH WEINSTEIN ichigras, "the weekend when" yone puts their books away," ild be bigger and better than this year, according to the irmen. ' arvby Lapides, '60, and Joan halski, '60A&D, co-chairmen the weekend described the kend as "Like Mardi Gras in r Orleans, with costumes, be and everyone being merry." :ichigras begins on Friday it, they explained; when, aft- ...…

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…SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE' )UNSELINGOTHERS: 'Block M' Provides Visual Cheers Good Seats Union Provides Student Services $ Freshmen interested in football. Spirit - It is set up on a similar scale to Union. These usually include art, e the United Nations and is repre- games and food. sented by Foreign and American In conjunction with Internation- h students. al ,Week the Cinema Guild shows Pressing world problems are in- f...…

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…)9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. ifi SELF-GOVERN I NG: , Cook Residents Appreciate Distinctive Style of Living II By SHAR9N EDWARDS With Portia over the doorway and Venus in the hall, Martha Cook building is undoubtedly the center of more legends and myths than any other dormitory on cam- pus. For example, it is a firmly- enriched conviction of the major- ity of the students-ma...…

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…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE FrvE '1~UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?A~E FTVW ,w , Panhellenic Serves as Sorority Governing Body By FAITH WEINSTEIN Panhellenic Association servesj as a governing body and liaison organization between the 22 na- tional and one local sororities on campus. The first function of the Asso- sororities to get together in a place where they can speak frankly. Now that sprin...…

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…;, PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 59' XAESXTEMCIA AL TEDY ETME 515 }My WAA Offers Variety of Facilities By LINDA BRODEY- for Women For all incoming freshmen coeds and transfer students who lack a physical. education credit on their transcript, the University makes one year of physical education training a requirement for gradu- ating. The program for women is di- vided into four eight-week ses- sions. For each eig...…

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…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19W THE MICHIGAN DAILY WAGE SEVEN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SKVE1~ Foreign Language Clubs Supplement Students Classroom Work By DONNA MOTEL The activities of a foreign lan- guage club are valuable to any student of a foreign language. They offer the, opportunities to practice the language and to learn about the culture of the country. "The special goal of the German Club is to inc...…

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…,, EIGRT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 4 )ean Bacon Discusses European Touri __ By KATHLEEN MOORE Back from a vacation in Europe, Dean of Women Deborah Bacon has decided "seven languages, seven capitals, seven currencies in a month's time are too much- at least for me." Miss Bacon and Assistant Dean of Women Elsie R. Fuller were the only participants in a music tour...…

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…x, o r.,a. ivina :u. Ems, a5a - 'CHI'; .M1CiiliiAlV DAlI.Y . PAGE NI FOUNDED IN 1890: Women's League Composed Of Three Separate Branches (Continued from Page 1) i f groups planning to sponsor charity projects. Room has to be allotted for the functioning of each committee and League project and the girls who take care of this belong to the House Committee.. Coordinating League activities with building calendars, they see the meetings are s...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES n Carousel'To Be Staged L As Fourth Consecutive P DAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 y Musket roduction Many organizations require years of successful operation be- fore they are accepted as an inte- gral part of the Michigan scene. Yet Musket (Michigan Union Show, Ko-Eds, Too) has been re- ceiving wide acclaim virtually from the day of its inception just three years ago. This dramatic organization, which supplanted the all-male...…

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… Junior Class Plans Annual J-Ho J-HOP-The annual all-campus formal Is a scene of glitter and glamor, adding sparkle to between-semester hiatus. In the scene above, the League Ballroom frames tlhe spectacle of dan under. a sky made starry by a committee-but starry nonetheless. ng tne aance nal, and later appear with coeds as dates, they Waterman Gym when attendance would remain at home. *ose to over 250 couples. The Exciting Atmosphere grand...…

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…I .4 THE IC wIrI A TV TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 L I 1959 FALL SEMESTER I I, I h I I 11 k. Thursday and Friday, 7 and 9 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED. Saturday at EXCEPT WHERE 7 and NOTED. 9, Sunlay at 8 U. SEPTEMBER 24, 25 I MARRIED A WITCH by Rene Clair, with Veronica Lake, Frederick March Short: True Story of the Civil War r I 0 OCTOBER 29, 30 Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro with Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender, Erna Berger, Berlin...…

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…I SPORTS SECTION C14 r m43At 1 4I a tIj SPORTS SECTI ON TWELVE PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 TWELVE PAGES bJim Benagh SportsEditor Michigan Sports Rundown Whether it's before 101,001 spectators at massive Michigan Sta- dium for a Michigan-Michigan State football game or before a gal- lery of a half dozen at. Michigan's Blue Golf Course competition, the Big Ten is as tough and exciting as any c1llege confe...…

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…TWO - THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1059 Track Squad Garners Second in Conference Meet > By MIKE GILLMAN. Michigan's track team came up ith a. year of tremendous per- rmances, including' efforts that on the Big Ten indoor title, and lade local track and field enthus- ists forget the dismal 1958 cam- aign. The season ended here in Ann rbor with the 59th running of he West...…

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…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAO E TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGK TWI~E~ Golfers Glimb from Ninth to Second in Big Ten 4 By CLIFF MARKS Michigan's golfers should haV% one one thought in mind this year: grab the Big Ten Cham- pionship which barely eluded them in 1959 when the Confer- ence tourney was held on the friendly fairways of the Univer- sity Course. The second-place Wolverines of 195...…

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…4 IJ THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 k .. r ... t .. .. . . 7 N r" A .' "^"Mt : .....,:.w y}v: r ": ti:+ . v "" , .x r r f"v."r."" '"Y i . : .,..ti",.,vv i'^r. r fivF 5: 4r:FJ'r r~fJr " " " r +'? ". rrr ' - br v r fi y yr { w; " d x :. :W . .. :. ..,. 3 a'F. " tsr . S..:.z.s..._.... .. ...... ..... .Ja . offr'. 71r S .1 u ?c'"so''".+, 4 h' AFS kt:Yrt9{- ...$a ..a M'":L4:'a::+-':wYrC: "ie WELCOME TO MICHIGAN by -.s(. .. c,. ~4...…

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…r- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 77 vi timistic Ice Squad Solves anpower Si zortage ' By HAL APPLEBAUM Always outmanned, but never outfought, the Michigan hockey team ended the '58-'59 season with a disappointing 8-13-1 record. However Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew is optimistically looking forward to the coming season. Forced by injuries to play with only an 11-man squad the Wolver- ines were consistently pitted' ...…

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…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1950 asketball As F por EDior shock this year would be Team Finishes Second in Conference 1I equiva- e weak sister of Michigan's er sports picked itself off the last year, completed its best in in 11 years and scored a -d number of points for a -erine basketball team (1790). .e second-place Big Ten fin- f Coach Bill Perigo's charges d many an eyebrow, but the lent to that from a high-v...…

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… SEPTE~MBER 15, 1959 FA DAL Tl SAN DAILY PAGESNE? ailing Club Provides Recreation SERVES STUDENTS, FACULTY: 34 Sports in I-M Program By PETER ANDERSON chance to relax and enjoy e good, healthful fun is what higan's sailing club offers to ents. he club not only offers ex- enced sailors a chance to sail also teaches the unexperienced .ce the fundamentals of the t. And the clubs activities are ed to suit every sailor, no ter what his experi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AEPTEMSER 13, 1"10 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, ~EFThMBER 15, 1159 rr.rrr w rrr Swim Team Ready To Defend NCAA Title ,R, . _ _ . ____ _ _ _ _ By BILL ZOLLA Michigan's powerful defending Big Ten and NCAA swim cham- pions should again exhibit the strength that earned them these titles in the 1958-59 season. The majority of the squad that ran up a record-smashing 137 12 point total at the Nationals at Cornel...…

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… EMBER is, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE I! M B R 1 . 19 ~ T E M I H I G N D A L Y A G E 4T N Vetters Take Big Ten Championship By BUZ STEINBERG ieigan's mighty netmen not chalked' up a near-perfect loss record last season, but alsol added the Conference m to their credit as every man he Wolverine aggregation tri- is was quite a reversal from 958 season in which the net- dropped to the third position he Conference. Also in that trous...…

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…y THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER', 11, 1959 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEM~U II, )i~9 . Many Return to i' at Team t 4, . { if { A d... Associate Sports Editor To win the title, however, Mich- igan must overcome the following strong fgurth-place finisher in last disadvantages: year's Big Ten meet, has a definite 1) Michigan will get little help chance this coming season to pick from its sophomores. They are few up its fi...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE XLZM MI IIIIT H E M IC H IG A N D A ILY11111liII | IIiiliI I 1Ili nln "il 1- - PA G E ELEVEIIIIIIIIIIIIIII7IIIIIIIIIIII Threaten Illinois for Conference Crown SIDE HORSE STAR-Richard Montpetit performs on the side- horse, one of five events in which he performs. Montpetit won first place honors in the Canadian national gymnastics meet this summer. UP AND OVER - Nina Marion flips himself over on the paral- lel ba...…

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…4 TWELy V THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEIIER) 1$,Is 4 ., II It 's TA r" - ---in.MU University Bookstore 1, for the Best in BOOKS and SUPPLIES -A MICHIGAN TRADITION FOR MORE THAN 75 YEARS! h-v Thousands of Michigan Men and Women have J found our dependable and courteous service combined with the friendly atmosphere of a "real bookstore" the answer to their book and, i '9 supply needs. New and Used TEXTBOOKS and SU...…

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… Bk&iAan :43 aiiy GEN ERAL SECTION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 TEN-PAGES' TEN' PAGES SGC Representative Body In Area of Student Affairs DERGRADUATE LIBRARY-Here, behind shady trees, maize-and-blue panels, and a tangle of ycles which persistently gather in the doorway despite rows of bike racks just off to the side, is youngest in the University's library system. Opened to the student body in January, 1958, ...…

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…4. THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 ONE MILLION DOLLARS: Students Receive Scholarship H elp By PHILIP SHERMAN About one million dollars in scholarship aid was given to Uni- versity students last year, Ivan Parker, Assistant Dean of Men announced recently. In addition to this, he said, an- other million was loaned to Uni- versity students. Parker divided scholarship op- portunities into three categories. The first, he noted, ...…

September 15, 1959 (vol. 0, iss. 36) • Page Image 43

…,n e .115 THE MICHIGAN DAILY at the University Presented by THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY 1959 -1960 CHORAL UNION SERIES GLENN GOULD Monday,October 12 Extraordinary pianist from Canada returns for a recital. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . Saturday, October 24 CHARLE'S MUNCH, Music Director IRMGARD SEEFRIED.. -. . . ... . . . Thursday, October 29 I ON THE RANGE--Some of it's book learning, but some of it Is also hard work and practice. Her...…

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…i. iS. iJ ITi i. R/ iR i V 1 . i 1 if 4 .IR . onorary S ocieties y RUTHANN RECHT her one is tapped with a a gallon of freezing water, on the coldest spring the University's honor so- provide amusement for the rs and pride for those who tiated. ents are chosen generally basis of leadership, schol- and service. Ranging from aly established Greek let- eties to local organizations,' honoraries are found in many of the University's schools and...…

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…Y, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THt MICHIGAN DAILY I Chosen for All-Around Abilitie DRUIDS-He isn't green yet, but this young sappling will saon be painted green for the ordeal which will turn him into a mighty tree. Standing on the.steps of the General Library, the strong oaks who have already grown consider his fitness. The sapling needs exercise, first, and then of course he must be watered in order for him to gain strength. Scroll - - Scroll i...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTE~ER 15, 1959 ree Bands Produce Student Talent STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL AdWingWorks To Effect Policies (Continued from Page 1) 1 Stepping off at 220 steps per minute each fall is the Univer- sity's Marching Band. The Michigan Marching Band takes the spotlight for the first eight weeks of each fall semester. Under the direction of Prof. Wil- liam Revelli, ...…

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…,15: _1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA( I~ ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PM Introducing . .. A Great Bookstore MICHIGAN NEWCOMERS soon discover the resources of State Street include one of the mid-west's largest and best book stores, Bob Marshall's Book Shop at 211 South State Street across from Lane Hall. Bob Marshall's compares favorably with the best book IS BUILDING--Front of the home of four of the University's museums is best known fore hining bl...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SPONSORED BY MUSICAL SOCIETY: Musical Society Sponsors Programs May Festival Offers Unique Musical Pie O ETVENTEN 1 _I - SEPTEMI eit B.. CAT ae University Musical Society since its organization in 1879, ented a variety of concerts to University community. sponsors the Choral Union erts, the Extra Concert series, Festival, the annual Christ- concerts, and the Chamber ic Festival. the Choral Union Series for this r...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY VACIY"'i. %"%IV THE MICHIGAN DAILY YA 'MIN r TI LIBRARY HUB-The mammoth General Library acts as a central holding company for the Univer- sity's various library collections. In this building, facing the Diag, is housed a complete card catalog, indicating books which can be found in any one of the other libraries. The total of volumes owned by the University is somewhere around 2,590,000. Aibraries Serve Student Body ...…

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…11 TEN THlE MKCHIGAN DAILY! TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 I a ELEBRATES CENTENNIAL: Glee Club Performs in Europe I I ATTENTION: By BRUCE COLE Celebrating its centennial anni- versary this past year, the Michi- gan Men's Glee Club has just returned from a concert tour of Europe. Forty men, an accompanist and Prof. Philip A. Duey of the music school 'and director of the Glee Club spent 35 days visiting Great Britain, France, Belgium, Net...…

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…£IW 4 U1 :4Iait PUBLICATIONS SECTION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1959 FOUR PAGES s S INI Daily Works Late To Publish News Local, State, National, Sports Events All Included in Six Papers Weekly By PHILIP SHERMAN Covering local events with members of its own student staff, and receiving international and national news fron The Associated Press, The Daily publishes every morning ex- cept Monday. Events such as meetings...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, -H -IHIA -IY USDY h- go° s AR Fs 11 For Every Course on the Michigan Campus NOTICE! Engineers and Architects Om HEADQUARTERS for SHEAFFER- PARKER and ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PENS ULRICH'S ULRICH'S carry the largest stock in Michigan of Engineers' and Ar- chitects' Books and Supplies at Special Student Prices. WHOLESALE BUYING Enables us to give you great values in Student Supplies BUY AT ULRICH'S AND SAVE...…

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