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January 08, 1922 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

5-Varsity basketball team wins
,sts on Southern trip.
ersity offers '$500 reward for
ension of fire pug.
8-Varsity basketball team de-
by Wisconsin, 27-24.
arcing pool drive reaches $9916.
11-Varsity basketball team
>Indiana, 30-21.
ary school decides to try honor
in small classes.
A. drive begins.
13-Discontinuation of J-Hop
.ced.
15-S. C. A. drive nets $48?4.37.
[ty basketball team loses to

18-All-athletic banquet

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n. 20-Chinese Spotlight.
ar trophies, gift of France to Un-
city announced.
n. 22--Varsity basketball team de-
s Iowa 29-15.
ephen Leacock speaks.
n. 23-Board of Control decides to
work on Concrete stand in Ferry
n. 25-"Save a Life Campaign"
ilgan's foreign relief fund opens.
n. 27-Wise-Hobbs controversy.
n. 30-Foreign Relief fund drive
es, realizing $6903.69.
n. 31-Varsity basketball team de-
9 Purdue 28-23.
b. 1-Varsity Track team to make
'ornia trip.
b. 5-Varsity basketball team de-
g M. A. C. 37-24.
b. 23-"Top o' th' Mornin' ", by
el Barnes selected as Union O.-
b. 24-Soph Prpm tickets on sale.
b. 26-Varsity track team defeats

team defeats In-

. 28-Varsity basketball team de-
Purdue 19-15.
ch 1-Joseph Baker, '21E, Michi-
ack man killed in wreck. .
ch 3-151 students sent home be-
. of ,low grades.
ra committees chosen.
h 6-Varsity basketball team de-
Ohio 36-22.
ch 7-Varsitl basketball team
s Illinois 28-26.
on opera cast announced.
er-classmen adoptplan of stu-
government.
ch 9-"Bunty Pulls the Strings,"
by Comedy club.
ch 11-Soph Prom.
higan track team takes three'
one second and one third in M.
meet. I

vs Events Of11921
March 16-Campus adopts student _
Advisory committee.
March 19-Junior Girl's play, "Se-
lina Sue."
Michigan wins second place in 'con-
ference indoor track meet.
March 22-Van Boven elected captain
of baseball team.
Rea elected basketball captain for
next year.
Dean Bursley approves student self-
government plan.
March 26-Michigan track team de-
feats Cornell by score of 50/ to 33%
at Waterman Gymnasium.
March 29-"Top o' the Mornin'"
opened at Whitney.
April 1-Varsity track team leaves -
for California.
Michigan Schoolmasters Conven-
tion opens here.
April 8-Opera starts trip.
Base ball squad starts southern trip.
April 7--Coach Pratt leaves Michi-
gan to join Boston Red Sox.
April 19-State legislature cuts bud-
get for University buildings.
Spring football training starts to-
day.
April 23-Varsity baseball team de-
feats Purdue, 9-3, in first Conference
game.
April, 26-Spring Spotlight.
April 27-Phi Beta Kappa choses 57.
April 30--Varsity baseball team de-
feats Notre Dame, 8-7.
Campbell and Priehs elected to head
Daily.
May 2-Michigan baseball team de-
feats Purdue, 5-0.
May 5-S wingout Day.
Band Bounce.
May 7-Varsity baseball team de-
feats Chicago, 7-6. Track team de-
feats O. S. U. 69-66. Tennis team de-
feats 0. S. U. 4-2.
May 11-All-Campus election. Elm-
erson Swart elected president Michi-
gan Union.
May 13-Underclass Spring games
(To be continued in Tuesday's edition)
Circuit Court Jury Here Jan. 27
Members of the circuit court jury
for Washtenaw county will be called
back Jan. 27 to the county court house
in Ann Arbor to begin their work for
the first term of court in 1922. The
Iury members were dismissed shortly
after the campletion of the, Sawyer
trial Dec. 17 on account of the urgent -
need of trying other cases.
Gas Company Cosents to Audit
H. W. Douglas, manager of the Ann
Arbor Gas company has consented to
employ anyone designated by the City
enjoy

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the Victrola before
rson. Familiarize
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ouncil to audit the books of the com- the state will direct the auditing which
any to see whether a reduction of will probably be done in April. The
as rates in this city is justified. jauditor will be chosen as soon as pos-
The Public Utilities commission of sible.

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