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…MAGAZINE VOL, IV No. Monday, September 16, 1957 IN THIS ISSUE Feature, Articles Tlose Boning Motels Art School's McClure Meyer Levini's 'Compulsion' Dorms Will Be Dorms Buts Terintal Blues …

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…Page 2-The Michigan Daily Magazine ! s ' ' t1i J Day Sehool Opens September 24 Night Sehool September 25 Professional training fo business positions, at a saving of time and money. Choose one of these prcia'cuss Secretarial Speedwriting Aceounti mautiStenograph Stetnogra lphie u Buisitess Machines Bookkeeping FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE. We are receiving many position offers for each graduate. AN OFFICE POSITION offers a good salary, opportunities ...…

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…Mondoy, September 16, 1957-Page t CARS, CARS, CARS-"In no other town in the country can you see so many dirty Lincolns and dirty Cadillacs, 1957 model. Everywhere else the owner of a Cadillac or Lincoln treats it as a sort of family altar, keeping it washed, keeping it waxed and polished, and keeping the white-sidewall tires clean . . . " A Look at the City "We Now Take You to Beautiful Ann Arbor Strap on Your Safety Belt!" 8y MALCOLM COWLEY ...…

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…P ge 4-The Michigan Daily Magazine eer Levin s ompulsion A FiIl Ind Sprawding Book With a Plea for Understanding COMPULSION. By Meyer Lev- a perfect kidnaping and murder. bdstated ha an exenmllacy record rationalization. he goes beyond the class the day after the murder: in. 495 pp.Ne :Si-one day put their plan into exe i prison and til h i a decent surface in examining their moti- we are allowed to see the act itself m49 pp. New Ytik:lfefrel...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page 5 THOSE BOOMING MO TELS Bigger and Better Than Ever, They're Revolutionizing Travel and Making Motoring Safer By MICHAEL KRAFT the driver in search for over- In the days of unpaved roads the car nearby and party noise at Daily staf writer night accommodations usually had and unbillboarded country sides, a distance. VOT SO MANY years ago, travel- to satisfy himself with cabins, many travelers "rolled their own" ...…

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…Page 6-The Michigan Daily Magazine ANN ARBOR'S BUS TERMINAL-The door flaps open and shut, the lines lengthen and shorten, people wait, shuffle, walk, sit, stand, come and go, and the busses wove in and out with their loads-and the ticket offices remain open, always selling to ladies with stuffed shopping bags, tired servicemen, pert coeds, white-haired men . . . Bus erminal Blues 'The Public Address System Blares Something Unintelligible ...'...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page - CUBA'S Y IJ G NTELCTUAj By DAVID A. MUNRO oNE AFTERNOON last Novem- ber a group of students at the Universidad de Oriente sauntered down to the highway that passes the campus and flagged down a passing bus. Most of them stood. joking, in front of it to prevent it from proceeding while or.e a lettering artist with a black brush, wrot "Abajo Batista" on its sides. On the front, in smaller letters, letters, he ...…

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…Page 8-The Michigan Daily Magazine PAUL DARCY BOLES A Writer Deserving Recognition By BURTON BEER IAN These are good words, perhaps his novels. This is the way it LAST YEAR. shortly after his too easy to say, but they are words should be. third novel was published. any writer would do very well to What he has written re, by his Writer's Digest printed a short follow. There is a fine way of life own admission, only things that essa y by Patui D...…

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…Monday, September 16, 1957-Page 9, Art School's McClure When Everything Is Completely Functional, You Feel As if You're Under an Obligation' By LANE VANDERSLICE to desribe the emotions I have Daily Staffi witer t tried to express in any particular UDING BY Prof. Thomas Me-cuptr' CUr ING coun reialomr saIntrying to accomplish this, forte ha beei scutpture on Prof. McClure makes use of his re- grand scat sactions to form, texture and posi- Prof....…

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…Page 10--The Michigan Daily Magazine MMMMMM J ub o furer 303 EAST LIBERTY STUDENTS I/Lecome to Anit iiArop RAMSAY PRINTERS, Inc. s well equipped to tale care of your PRINTING REQUIREMENTS * STATIONERY * TICKETS * POSTERS * PROGRAMS * INVITATIONS OF ALL KINDS * BOOKLETS * HANDBILLS * BUSINESS FORMS ON UNIVERSAL PROBLEMS: Writer Paul Darc Boles understanding is enough a part of Carp Rambo, that, if he has no . control over his destiny, he is ...…

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…BILLY GRA No Fire and Brims By RICHARD TAUB AFTER THE chair of more than Daily staff Kriter a thousand people, all volun- B1ILLY Graham! That name in- teers, sang a hymn led by Shea, P " spires for many a vision of one Graham began to ureach. of those renowned fire and brim- The world is wicked, he said, stone evangelists of another day, Just read a newspaper and you one of those legendary men of the can see the world is rotten. It has soap-bo...…

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…Page 12-The Michigan Dly Magazine Dor rs ill Be Dorms And at MIT They Are By DAVID KESSEY and companionship from this manie hu burning here and there, hams, Da is ftWrit er fort o reasons, made bombs of great effectiveness eHE prospect of living im Uni- Fist, the porter who was your an mobs of undergraduates mill- versity dormitories seems to fill friend was less likely to report ing about, culminating they thorrible infractions of the few dou...…

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