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…SUNDAY MAGAZINE CV4C 411't'&r4A>tn :43attil FEATURE SECTION Sunday, March 25, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page One LAO0 Merger Created a Labor Symbol - Not an Economic and Political Power IN ELECTION YEAR, A LOOK AT AN IMPORTANT VOTING GROUP By WILLIAM HABER Professor of Economics TO THE surprise of most experts, the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations have merged. The headline writers now desig- nate t...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday. Morch 23 1 9 6 ,age T w o T H E MICHIGA,,DAIL7.)u Sound Factual Information For People with a Problem Michigan's Heredity Clinic-Pioneering in Research & Counseling By PETE ECKSTEIN solutely certain to be transmitted their leg muscles and were now A thorough medical examina- sound. But to answer her question THEIR FIRST child may have to a given child. invalids. She was contemplating tion was conducted ...…

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…Sunday, March 25, 1956 THE MIrIGtf2AiN Snday Marc 25. 1 95LY6Page Three BUSINESSMAN'S George Humphrey: Dominant Figure Of the Renewed Partnership BUSINESSMAN Between Government & Business By PHIL BREEN Humphrey joined the firm as as- girl he had been in love with "since more success. Income taxes have Treasury in three successive G.O.P. "IN CABINET meetings." says sistant general counsel. It was a the age of ten." been lowered an average of ...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 25, 1956 Paqe Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 25, 1956 e.' a h -T H E, E T ENS74VZ N T HE SOUT H ly ROY AKERS menial, marginal jobs. The Negro Imity, is still as remote to Rich- now bolt a defensive wall of hos- The old Southland of mint Julips (EDITOR'S NOTE: The writer, as he ahys id remains a pawn, mond as San Francico. tility around their campus grounds. and magnolia blossoms has long ...…

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…Sundoy, MorcK 25, 1956 THE miCtHiGAMnDAl YV n r. S..day.,M-rcenv25. 1956Page Five DANCE As The Photographer Sees It Robert Kiley is a painter who has discovered that the field of photography is also one of the fine arts. Kiley graduated from Michigan's art school, but is back get- ting a master's degree so that he can teach - "the best way for a painter to make a living." He has had several painting shows in New York and has a gallery the...…

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…Sunday, March 25, 1956 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY he Art of Aimless Hitch-hiking THE AIM IS TO AVOID COMMITTING YOURSELF AND TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU SHOULD BE I Fate Is Best Courted by Sitting Back on Your Suitcase And Waiting for the Gods To Take Over By RICHARD LAING hitchhiking is not this well-direct- a ride. You are by the ru HERE ARE many kinds f ed. There is an element of lassi- gated to accept it but youc hitch-hiking. Perhaps mo...…

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…Sunday, February 26,E 956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Waoge Seven The American Co-ed A Critical-But Appreciative View By GEOFFREY de DENEY IMET YOU fist on the bhes eT Y of Perpignan. You comve fiom ls Wellosley. I loved you foi vowuro5 freshness, your interest in people, oridpnec n i o sense. I didn't know then thatI t should have the chanee to moot yoil in youri 000 curol iiinio hut < I considered howy"'ree ,bds the } prosmect w0o1ld he. The next...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 25, 1956 ~i~C 7he 17U44e46 OUR REPORTER FINDS HE'S INTERESTED IN SPITE OF HIMSELF By DAVID NEWMAN saying Important Things about They bounded in like so many By the time the final vote was There was a change in these " EEZ!" I thought, my pulse the issue so dear to their hearts. young gazelles and I noted, to my cast it was past midnight and the star performers, too. The pres- beating in time to The V...…

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