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October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…Weather Fair and cooler today. VOL. L. No. 7 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCT. 1, 1939 eutralityill State Defeats Wayne, 16-0, Ir ving Pond Ciano Na eci y But Looks Very, Very Bad Dies Suddenly HieT 'Cash-Carry' S artan C Griders And Band Are Both Disapointing In Washington For M eeting W ith As let artrsReove NneMSC Fumbles sF rMe Editorial College Texts And War Headlines .. . PRICE FIVE CENTS O Berlin Hitler; Senators Would Eliminat...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…_ State Beats Wayne, But Looks Awful (Continued from Page 1) State flashed a dangerous passing attack at times and also'uncovered a couple of punters who can boot thei pigskin a great distance. Young Mr. Duane T. Crosthwaite, a sophomore from Detroit, is not only a capable kicker and passer but a talented run- ner as well. Lyle Rockenbach, who intercepted a Tartar pass and ran over the goal line for the final State touchdown, is one of the be...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .1 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the officeof the Summer Session until 3:30 p.m:; 11:00 a.m. Saturday SUNDAY, OCT. 1, 1939 VOL. L. No. 7 Notices To The Members of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The first regular meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the~ Arts for the...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MICHIGAN DAILY A Letter To Our Readers Regarding ObjectionsTo TheDaily Editorial I -1 > Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news di...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…h Union Formal To Open Autumn Social Season Friday, Oci to 1 '? 4_ ')eddings . and, Egagemen ts The wedding of Mary Ellen Wilson, daughter of Dr. Fred B. Wilson of Deaver, Pa., and the late Mrs. Wilson, and Alfred H. Waldchen, '38E, sonI of Mrs. Anna Waldchen of Dearborn, took place Saturday, Sept. 30 in the Michigan League chapel. Mrs. Waldchen, a graduate of Gen-1 eva College at Beaver, took her mas- ter's degree in the University in 193...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IN THIS CORNER Varsity Eleven Unimpressive In Final Scrincma! i (~4) By Mel Fineberg $parta's Fall Due EAST LANSING, Sept. 30.-Michi- gan'State showed little in its 16-0 victory- over Wayne University today to warrant any undue fears that the Wolverines will have the quietus put to their championship hopes here: next Saturday. Regulars Nose Out Reserves By 13-12 Score Strong's Play Bright Spot In Practice Strong...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLE TIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session until 3:30 p.m.; 11:00 a.m. Saturday. (Continued from Page 3) Senior Industry Committee Ad- visor. Salary: $4,600. Oct. 23. Industry Committee Advisor. Sal- ary: $3,800. Oct. 23. Medical Guard-Attendant. Salary: $'1,6.20. Oct. 23. Medical Technical Assistant. Sal- a...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IN THE WORLD OF BOOKS --- NMc\ATILLILN4S:Factual Background C For The Joads-... F~ACTORIES IN THE FIELD, by Carey McWilliams, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, $2.50. Cour- tesy Follett's Bookstore. By ELLIOTT MARANISS After the publication of John steinbeck's great novel about the efugees from the dust-ridden hills f Oklahoma who went to California o starve in the sunshine, a wave of xcited indignation swept over ...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

…I MENT 5k6 Datj SECTION T ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, OCT. 1, 1939 -irsT Choral Union Series Begins Oct. 2 I ,sident Sink Sees xceptionally ine Seas Society C'?. i Sees Fine Season. Rachmaninoff, Political Exile, Famed For Musical Versatility Russian Soloists Js Welcome tendous;' I Figure Year i Issued Tling Series mism over tlhe re- ts will receive from public, Dr. Charles t of the University predicted an excep- son for...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'eam's 'o Fame Virovai, 18-Year-Old Violinist Has Never Had 'Stage Fright' o ven Briefly rt Sketches Of Bartlett rid Spouse, Robertson ell Of Early Success el Barlett was born and e.duca- i London. Early in, her career' on the Associated Board Schol-{ to the Royal Academy of where she studied with Fred- Moore and Tobias Matthay. ning to England, she made-her Ain London. Specializing in the ichord as well as the piano, B...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…Flagstad's Title qw Barbtirolli Youngest Conductor OfOldest Symphonic Group great success, he was still desirous of becoming a conductor, an ambition which was not realized for a long time, due to his participation in the World War. After the war Barbiroili went back to his cello and a few years later or- ganized the Barbiro i Chamber Or- chestra. Later he became conductor of the British National Opera Com- pany. So great was his success, ...…

October 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…E MICHIGAN DAII hilharmonic Group Has Made Music For Almost 100 Years y Famous Conductors wve Guided Destinies N.Y._Symphony history of the New York Phil- nic-Symphony Orchestra is a of uninterrupted music mak-' zce the days, almost a century en.the telephone, airplane and vere undreamed-of 'miracles. years the Philharmonic wasj a rival, and, laid the founda- the development of musical New York. from the pioneer work of, lier men who 'ser...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Ifrtgau Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1938 Studentx Kiled I. Auto Crash; Girl Is Struck- Charles Brandman, '4DM, Killed Near Toledo, 0. ; Car Hurled 15 Yards 5,000 Frenzied Students Stampe Harass PoieIn Pre-Garne Riotii Team Set To Br-eak Four Year Ji Charles Brandman, '40M, 23 years old, was killed early yesterday in an automobile accident which occured shortly before 8 a.m. yesterday at the corner of Middlesex Drive and Da...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN D AILY sa ZA. ll C.. Reich Marces In Sudetenland; DAL Publication in the Bu ~Capy ecevd at t PolesImpatient Copeceved . ,SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1938 1 "s Greet Chamberlain VoL. XLIX. No. 6 .,a as He Rtrnd ays e Returned Medical School Faculty Members With Honorable Peace attending special convocation: All those appearing in cap and 'gown at (Continued from Page 1) the Convocation are asked to be pres- -- ent in the Robing Room, beneat...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY For Michigan's PEARCE BREMER ABDO Wolverines Attempt To End State's Four Game Win Strea Leads Crisler's Charges Into Battle erage 173. Crisler will probably con bine that talents of these two corp State's ball moving outfit of Bruc ner, Pingel, Szasz, and Hansey a erage an even 182 pounds. The Spartans are a typically Bacd man coached club. They are - fas finished, and confid.ent. They reis the wide end sweep, both o...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY sAN DAIEY ---n.. a -1 I NEM a u ohr rWS a(~ Eidited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Publishea every morning except Monday during the UniversIty year and Summer Session Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to ft or not otherwise cred...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

….~,1 THE MICHIGAN DAILrY Tweed Is Fail Favorite pnvuies Iour Vill Be Made By Assembly Today's Football Celebrations To Include Dances, Luncheons v , :< . Dornitories To Be Visited Monday; League House Tours To Start Tuesday Tours of all the dormitories and League Houses on campus will be made by a group of independent wo- men beginning Monday night as part of the Independent Fortnight .cele- bration anid as Assemblys contribu- tion to...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…w ~" THE MICHIGAN DAILY STEA,111 ,1R d ini Shakes Hands With Chamberlain Foui'thf Student - -- Dietitian To pa DAILY 04FICIAL BULLETIN O m Ri ot Feaitures Pu ubitin In the Bulletin I contructve notice to all members of the Onniesiy Vegetariattenismofte sisat oth reien 1until 330 11 00 anm.on Saturdayb " etalkn the comng thne, Less iD amiage Lw~illb h akgiven by Lucille Coh-' w,,.__ "Cnine fo Pg ) iise o h tpc:"hya. am at a meeting of the stat...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…i FOOTBALL EXTRA! IAO SiAia xtt FOOTBAL FEXTRA! VOL. XLIX. No. 6 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1938 PRICE FIVE Cl I I Wolverines Are Seth ToBreak Four-Year Michigan State Jinx Lineups for Today's Game University of Michigan 85,000 Expected To Fill Stadium To See Opener With Determined State' Kickoff At 2 P. M.; Weights About Even By BUD BENJAMIN Four years of football humiliation go on the block today. Before ...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY --.- ,i .eih iMarches -n Sudetenland; Poles Impatient obs Greet Chamberlain Who Says He Returned With Honorable Peace1 (Continued from Page 1) eches-at Heston Airdrome upon1 return and later from a window No. 10 Downing Street-and in an; raordinary interview earlier at nich bore fresh hope of a perman- European settlement. kt Heston Airdrome: "Settlement the Czech problem . . . is in my w only a prelude to a larger settle-...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 9

… Obstacle CIOLEK GARGETT ROCKENBACH ALLING SZASZ AMON PEARCE BREMER ABDO KINEK DIEHL HANEY NELSON MeSI olverinesAttempt o End Statews Four ame in IANNOCK PINGEL Streai PRESS PASSES -By BUD BENJAMIN - Michigan!-Maybe ... TONGUE in cheek, heart in mouth, and fingers crossed, I'll take Michigan this afternoon. No firm conviction motivates my choice. There's no overwhelming as- sent, no vibrant "we can't miss," but rather a skepticq2 "I hope so...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I { I MJ H.LBN w o. T or T F ir _ -UATON( Ahr ,. Edited and managed by students of-the University of fI1higan under the authority of the Board in Control of tudent Publications. Publishea every morning except Monday during the 'niversity year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the se for republication of all news dispatches credited to . or not otherwise cre...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Today's Football Celebrations To Include Dances, Luncheons 1 The State game!-and the first big weekend of the new semester. Fra-I ternities, sororities and dormitories are entertaining football enthusiasts with luncheons before the game and open-houses and dances after the battle. Adelia Cheever House is having open-house for friends and out-of- town guests as is Alpha Omega fra- ternity. Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Alpha...…

October 01, 1938 (vol. 49, iss. 6) • Page Image 12

…THE MICUICAN DAILY _ Mussolini-Shakes Hands With Chamberlain Fourth Student Riot Features a Less Damage Petty Incendiarism Rife (Continued from Page 4) Guild at seven o'clock in Harris Hall. Associated Press Wirephoto shows Premier Mussolini, mediator of the Four Powers' Munich accord, shaking hands with Prime Minister Cham- berlain of Great Britain, with whom he signed an agreement, not yet in ;effect. As Police Douse Fires This meeti...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Showers, cooler today; to- morrow cloudy, possibly rain. LI L A6F A61 4.jjtr ~~Iaitr3 Editorials Ho-Hum, No. 1.., You Can't Lose Face Now .. . Oh-henn-RIY... VOL. XLVII. No. 5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 1937 PRICE FIVF{ CENTS Chinese Reds Mass To Hold Shantung Line Against Japs Universal Boycott Of Jap Goods Demanded By British Laborites Soviets Rumored Advising Chinese SHANGHAI, Sept. 30.-W--Chi- nese Communist t...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…"'° ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, O1CTOBER 1, 1937 11. "V= NEWS IN BRIEF Classified Directory . '1 Place advertisements with Classified Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241. I chigan been unconfirmed, Paris authorities' The classified columns close at five Mih g n were informed. o'clock previous to day of insertion. AFBox numbers may be secured at no TAKE IT FROM FARLEY-Off-- extra charge. iCash in advance only lec per reading the-reser...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…1, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Giants Repeat Senior League Championship PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30.-(A)-J Climaxing their second straight "Frank Merriwell" dash down the1 stretch, the New York Giants clinched the National League pen- nant today.l They won their 15th senior circuit 1 championship, their second in a row,> and their third in five years under Manager Bill Terry by taking the opening game of a double header from the Phillies 2 to 1. To Ki...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…rAtE FOUK THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 19 Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this n...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1")3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE League Council Appoints New, Vice-President Secretary - Treasureship Is Divided Into Separate Posts In New Plan Aim Is Efficiency A change has been effected in the League Council, according to Hope Hartwig, '38, League president, who announced that Helen Louise Arner, '38, will.replace Margaret Ann Ayers, '38, former 'third vice-president of the League. Miss Ayers will have the position of trea...…

October 01, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IaOCB9 ', OCTOBER 1, 1937 Kansas State Invites Welch To Give Talk Celebration To Honor Two Scientists, George Dean And Robert Nabours Prof. Paul K. Welch of the zoology: department left yesterday for Man-* hattan, Kansas, where he will give the principal address tonight in aI celebration at Kansas State College. The celebration is in honor of Prof. George A. Dean and Prof. Robert K. Nabours, respective heads of the en- tom...…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

… The Weather lflr # 1Iait Editorials Let Freedom Wring ... Wages In The Steel Industry .. . Slice Of Life... Cloudy, showers in East, con- tinued cool today; tomorrow fair, rising temperature. I VOL. XLVII No. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1936 PRICE 5 CENTS a a U i Rebel Forces Sweep Down Upon Madrid After Victory Government Forces Driven From Illecas, Fascists Have Asserted Insurgents Claim Capital Hemmed In Victors ...…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…mw(5 I fff MiL.,HICAN bAILY THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1939 TWOI 1'HUXSTIAY, OCT. 1, 193~ ., NEWS Q The PAY CLASSIFIED ADVE RTISING PLEASANT single room, 1% blocks TWO neat and clean double rooms. from campus for graduate girl. 829 $3.50 per boy. 127 N. State. 9790. Tappan. Phone 8321. 42 44 FIRST floor three-room apartment. WANTED: Roommate, male. $2.00 Private bath and electric refriger- week. Block from campus. Grad. ation. For adults only....…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…DAY, OCT. 1,1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Trueblood Golf Cup Matches To Start Friday Hubbell Pitching Entries To Play For Trophy; To Be Annual 72 Holes Tourney Affair t i i i New York (A.L.) AB ;;rosetti, ss ..........4 Rolfe, 3b........ DiMaggio, cf........4 Gehrig, lb..........3 Dickey, c...........4 Powell, if...........4 Lazzeri, 2b ..........3 Selkirk, rf..........4 Ruffing, p..........3 Totals...........32 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 H 1 1 1 ...…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…SRTHE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1936 Mcmbr 1937 Associded iid Press Distributors of COIReiae Du~st Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Associated Press Thp Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the se (,or republication of all news dispatches credited to it or 4ot otherwise credited in this newspaper. All rights of re...…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…AY, OCT. 1, 1939. STHE MICHIGAN DAILY FOreshmen Advised On Tollege C'ond uct READING SERIES BEGINS today at 205 Mason Hall by Prof. D. will be the legends of the death of The first program of the Weekly T. Hollister of the speech depart- King Arthur, and he will contrast Reading Hour series will be presented ment. Professor Hollister's subject Malory's and Tennyson's works. Lecture Series Opened Again By Dean Lloyd Charlotte Rueger Speak...…

October 01, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…PAGE s THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1936, Irv i NION FIFTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SERI ES-1936- 1937 -STAR PROCRAMS--10 MOSCOW CATHEDRAL CHOIR K irsten Flagstad, Soprano Monday, October 19 Chicago Symphony Orchestra FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor Monday, November 2 Moscow Cathedral Choir NICOLAS AFONSKY, Conductor Monday, November 16 Jascha Heifetz, Violinist Monday, November 30 Boston Symphony Orchestra SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Conduct...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Generally fair, cooler Tues- day. Wednesday increasing cloudiness, rising temperature. Y A6F lit r all Da i Editorials Another Kind Of Orientation ... Moronic Film Censorship VOL. XLVI. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Rushing Program Baird Gives $4,000 More' For Carillon Draws 1,000 For Early Registration Council Will Discuss Five Major Issues Homecoming Date, Days For Class Electi...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

….GE TWO, "r+w"- - TI-E- M Vc H l 9 Lam. N fixity IM" Nr TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 G~ TWO PTUESDA'Y, OCTOBER 1, 193g. N Treasury Must Obtain Sum Of $5,000,000,000 Officials Do Not Anticipate Trouble In Getting Fund For New Budget WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. - (P) - The job of borrowing $5,000,000,000 in the next nine months was handed the treasury today by President Roosevelt's new spending and tax col- lection schedules. Asserting they expected ...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRE +"' '°P w wrr w 'Aug TF }} t ~Ai~ 0 EE OU ACK Goldman Bros. extend to every returning student a hearty welcome ...ind a sincere hope for success. It has been our privilege and pleasure to so wel- come Michigan students for the past 25 years ... a period that has seen Goldman Bros. expand from a small store to the largest dry cleaning firnm in the city .. and one of the finest and most modern in the countr...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 FOUR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY for the past three years, does not encounter a censorship as unintelligently wielded. The artistic merits of "The Youth of Maxim" are unquestioned. Declared by Russians one of the best of its cinemas, it has been acclaimed by American critics from New York to Hollywood. No one will deny that it is propagandistic. Practically every book we re...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE I -- ______________________________ --.----- ______________________________________ Saturday Class Committee Will Continue Work All Applications Have Not Been Dealt With; Accept Many Exemptions A committee headed by Prof. George R. LaRue, chairman of the zoology department, will continue to pass on applications for exemp- tion from the Saturday class ruling this week, Professor LaRu...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…TIHE M ICI GAN I AILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 Find Long-Lost Copies Of Early Abolition Organ History Department At Last Completes Anti- Slavery Newspaper Files Completion of long-lost parts of the file of the Signal of Liberty, Ann Arbor anti-slavery newspaper of the 1840's was announced yesterday by Prof. Lewis G. VanderVelde, who heads the history department's Michigan history collection program. The long-missing issues, those pub- lished...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - JAGE SEE State Loses Two Backfield Stars From Next Tilt Warmbein And Edwards, Unable To Participate Because Of Injuries EAST LANSING, Sept. 30. - (P) - The Michigan State College football team preparing for the "game of games" with Michigan at Ann Arbor Saturday learned today it will have to enter the game without two of its backfield stars. On top of the injury to Dick Ed- wards, right halfback, that will keep him ou...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 Hold Smoker For Freshmen On Wednesday Alpha Nu, Speech Society, To Sponsor Meeting In Angell Hall Plans for the first freshman smoker to be held by Alpha Nu, men's speech organization, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Room 4003 Angell Hall are nearly completed, Paul Von Bergen, '37, president of Alpha Nu, stated last night. According to Van Bergen the pro- gram will probably be an open forum. T...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…PART TWO L A6F 41F il WOMEN'S SECTION I VOL. XLVI. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, T Gala Opening Of Union, League, Starts Season's Social UESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 -Whirl eYerry- o2I -Tjound By STEPHANY_ College is a Merry-Go-Round . .. milling from one class to another . . whirling madly across the polished floor "Cheek to Cheek" .. . cheering the Wolverines as the pigskin floats between the goal posts . . . There may be blue books ... t...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…TtN - ... THE MICHIGAN DAITZ~ TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 Tt~N - ,- '~ ~FUESflAY, OCTOBER 1~ 193~ ___________ I- Local Church Groups Me New Stude Fellowship Meetings Social Gatherings For YoungPeople Scene Of New League Library For Women et 'ts And fHeld Women Adopt New System Of Team Elections A new system in the choosing of hockey teams is to be inaugurated this season according to Louise Lock- man, '37. For Lwo weeks there will be no o...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1935 PAGE ELEVEN New Plans Are Announced For StanleyChorus Tryouts Will Be Held In League This Week; 150 Voices To Be Chosen A complete re-organization of the Stanley Chorus which was incorpor- ated as the Women's Glee Club into the League last year was announced by Ruth Rich, '36, president of the group. Achilles Taliaferro will direct the club. Tryouts are to b...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…PAGE TWELVE. THE MICHIGAN DAILY - ----------- Many Summer weddings Are Announced By , Many Couples e os This Summer M. E. Moore Announces Engagement To Floyd Gustafs on Making Homes Here Mr. and Mrs. Ioss Spend 3-Month Honeymoon In South America A large number of additional wed- dings and engagements of students and recent graduates were announced last week. These weddings, which oc- cured during the vacationsmonths took~ place in v...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIRjTEN Football Game Styles Demand W armth Combined W ith Smartness Smart Clothes Are Suggested For Stadium In Warm Weather Weal Knits And Wool; Colde Days RequireSuits By FLORENCE DAVIES Foliage tinged with frost, leafy car pets underfoot, and occasional col puffs of air--all these signify fall an< are heralds of the football games t be. And what could be more appro. priate at this time than that th co-ed shoul...…

October 01, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

…PAGE FOURTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, PAGE FOURTEEI~ TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, I -A M 0 Why Use Bonded Cleaning? These Nine Reasons Will Convince You.: 1. Every article individually handled. 2. Absolutely no Shrinkage. 3. Positively no Odor. 4. Complete Sterilization of All Garments. 5. Clear, bright colors are restored. 6. All work supervised by skilled employees. 7. All garments triple inspected. 8. Garments actually reshaped...…

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