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…BOOKS, FEATURES " ' SUNDAY FASHIONS, SPORTS tk4 tI~~~~4 tRI4j MAGAZI NE Sunday, January 15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page One FITZGERALD & FOOTBALL The Disappointed Football Hero Who Found His Glory In Writing F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Recorder of his Generation, lived through a career of intense and vir- tually undying loyalties. His "Football Dream" was one of these loyalties - and even after the illusion had collapsed, his devotion to the tea...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 15, 1956 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday. January 1 5. 1956 I Fitzgerald's Illusion Woman With a Mission (continued from Page ) one is forced to admit, few) bean Frsrtd4r4Jpns oil ~re ned to appear, unmercfully drawn,Abu Birth tam, Ad in hia second year of early in his work. He probed and Turns Devoted Fail To Do S ometbin-1 abouttrt Control prep srhool at Newman he serived, exposed f or all ...…

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…Sunday, January 15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Threw Te Rise of Richard Nixon "I started with ideas of black or white. But I fo nd that it's hard to find anywhere. where it's all black or all white .. . I found compromise is often what is right." Nixon's Transformation From "The Greenest Congressman in Town" To "One of the Great Leaders of Men" r * By PHIL BREEN "Are you available?" Perry ICHARD M. NIXON, the Vice asked Nixon President ...…

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…Poge Four M HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY C......-1.... 4 _ - - -- --- - t C t n r r Sunday, January 15, 1956 AN EVERYDAY MONARCH Government of the People, By the Monarch, For the People Has Not Perished, According To This Writer i (EDITOR'S NOTE: Geoffey de r ' a T' Deney, a graduate of St. Edmund The Constitutlonal and is Hall, Oxford University, is now a graduate law student at the Univer- Role ofthe C own sity of Michigan-where he has pre- ...…

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…Sunday, January ? 5, 1956 T HE MI C H IG A N D A LY Page Five CAMPUS LEADERS Separated according to six "classic" types, the activities men are here presented in handy guidebook form Bs JIM DYGEt beyond sensible proportions of sig- nificance in campus political af- jN SPOTLESS new suits and fairs. with the latest in Samsonite If he is reasonably confident he luggage, the freshmen carefully will get the credit, he is interested descend fr...…

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…Page Six T HE M IC H IGA N DA IL Y 1--S 7 1n - Page Six THF Mlit-4lG tI~n, LWfL.lunday, January 15, 1956 t Activities Men .r "BIG RED" Dirty Shirts & Beer Busts THE REPRESENTATIVE: Usually really good only when shaking hands with someone . .. undeniably a grand guy and often a great one for parties. (Cotisnod from P'.' 5)- doesn't do him much good to toke a stand on anything. because few pay him any serious attention. .TIEl 111TLER is ...…

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…Sunday, January 15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven The surging influence of Asia has been manifested in still ' another facet of Western life-fashion. The look, borrowed intact from the East, is slim; the fabric, of course, silk and the impression, \ rsimplicity touched with elegance. Expressive of this trend is the flattering Chinese shift, a narrow dress with no specific claims to a waistline. Slit high on the sides for walking ease, it ...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 15, 1956 The Saga of a Theatre From Opera to Door Prizes: The Downfall of the Whitney Almost Half a Century of Catering to Ann Arbor Audiences I By DAVID KAPLAN Daily Feature Editor AFTER bringing a galaxy of entertainment stars to Ann Arbor in plays and movies, the Whitney Theatre is now a memory. Nondescript rubble covers the ground where the theatre oncer stood. It's age a detriment to its ...…

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