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April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…k 4, lee 2J4 lit at POZAJ A! PRESS DAY AND NiGH7 SER TICE 'I r ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TIJURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. PRICE (AW BALLOT SCHEDULED TOD -.-.- ,- ITI ON TO WAR STATE INTROD'UCED N MEMBERS PUT MEAS- r BEFORE CON- GRESS LEADERS BACK ['TEEMEN'S MOVE Jam Act Through, But ats Postpone Action Until Holiday >ciated Press) arch 31.-Peace with through adoption of a joint n declaring the war at an put squarely before congress Republi...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 2

…AL NEWSPAPER OF THE- UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday during the Univer- *e Board in Control of Student Publications. MBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS iciated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for of all news dispatches credited to it or.not otherwise is paper and the local news published therein. t the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second on by carrier or mail, $3.50. nn. Arbor, Press building, Maynard street. Bus...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…£a1a1L' if CHIGAN DAILI V I. .. e ,. 'f r " , , _ A PACTICE TTRCTS CROWDS 'Speedy Games ])raw 4Spectators Drill of Baseball Nines In Afternoon to BASE RUNNING AND SLIDING RECEIVE LUNDGREN'S NOTICE Afternoon baseball games are at- tracting a crowd of sbectators and no little intertest is manifested by the numerous onlookers who congregate at the north end of Ferry field to watch Coach Lundgren's nines go through their daily contest of f...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 4

…ANNOUNCED (Continued from Page One) lowing is the program: ne 28-Ship Building in War s (illustrated), Prof. H. C. Sdler. ne 29-Some Problems of a City 01 Administrator, Mr. Frank ,"superintendent of schools, D- .-Medical lecture. ne 30-The Trinity of Transpor- y. (illustrated); "Prof. A. H. chard.-Concert by School of c faculty. ly 1-A Modern Educational Ten- x, M4r. . W. Sexton, superintend- S'schools, Lansing.- What the ols Must Do, Pres. ...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

…rnn innt'vnr lIofflfl TTA'Vrn no" Whether or not the charter of the city of Ann Arbor shall be revised is again one of the issues of the pri- maries to be held on April 5. Agita- tion for a revision has been going on for a period of at least six years, aC_- cording to Mayor Wurster. Mayor Wurster states that the main difficulty lies in the fact that many of the people are indifferent to .the your puenc One of our best friends is your pencil...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 6

…E MICHIGAN 1D LY _ k, t4XC kELS - _ . I o. r....... ,.,,.,.,,. +..;u.. " .. 4 K V' ! 'I ,, w SUITS and TOPCOATS E FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE ANYTIME I FOR YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE EASTER Await Your Choosing A. B. A. Trav ers' Checks as issued by this bank. They come in de- nominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100,-are cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification TS, NECKWEAR, HATS AND CAPS IN LARGE VARIET...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 7

…4 a 11 V a1 Via 11 \Jj 7j \ L/ H ITN EY TO-N ITE CHARGES DIRECTED AGINST GENERAL WOOD RIEFUTED The Stage 9 10 11 12 13 6 17 18 19 20 3. 24 25 26 27 o0 31 are high; your last , cleaned and re- this season's shape, band, will look: like ve you five or ten do only high class ry Hat Store, 617 Phone 1792. a nei and ,r j 'uttle 's Lunches Nunnally's Candy STUART A LKER B ooT nTKO ITPN'S NEWYORK COIIPA* PLAYcYOUTand LOVEand5UMMERTIME Mayn...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 8

…t . l ,11Vt1-11 V L --+- - - WHAT'S GOING ON I 1 gymnasium. A program will pre- A LL-CAMPUS STRAW BALLOT cede the dance. WILL RE ! ONDt'CTIED TOD AY I. I -1 THURSDAY 9 A. M.-Junior engineer assembly, room 348, Engineering building. Prof. David Friday will talk. 4:15-Hloover workers meet in room' 304, Union. ':00-Hllsdale college banquet at the Union. 6:00-Ambulance dinner at Ahe Un ion. 6:00-KaIaunazo Normal club dinner at the Union...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIR AND WARNER TODAY r 4ie irt rn 4kiI1lj U*. DAV AND NIGHIT ERVJCE VOL. XXXI. No. 127. STERS GTHER °NHEEFOR 58THCONVENTION FINAL SESSION OF SHORT-TERM STATE INSTITUTE i HELD SECTIONS OF MICHIGAN SCIENCE ACADEMY MEET Snedden Speaks on Functioning Types of Mental Discipline Possible in Secondary Schools Schoolmasters from over the state poured Into Ann.:Arbor by the hu- dreds yesterday for the opening ses- sions of the fifty-e...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY igan Iailj OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Unive. y year by the Board in Control of Student Publications., MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for >ublication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper and the local news published therein. ' Entered at the postoffice at Ann ...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

…MICH-IGAN DA] p..7. . , , .' " " . , " " w +' . " Y * "f e " "" I r+ ' "Y.. " a ff " r " a '. -." a r R a "" + 4~:~"j3' [rack 1 OACH FARRELL, W1I ENTRAINS f1 'Team Leaves For Coast Tonig ED BY LACK WTICE; IN L SHAPE IIcould not get started, making his first j iliad in the 16th inning. Al's best run- was three. The match was run off One of the great factors of the 9T H S C M MIN ,; hampion's gamg is his ability to get aleast two of ...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

…LCII L/r 1Le l E and INVITATIONS =ISUMMER STUDENTS SHOULD CONSULT WITH INSTRUGTORS--KRlAUS' 11 Our SPECIALTY "Everything in Printing" kYER-SCHAIRER CO. 2 S. MlAIN STREET PHONE 1404 /-: L 1 11 I t' '. a,~ -t UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY O(WERED IN COMING EXTRA SESSION "Students who. plan on enrolling in the Summer session should consult with instructors before Easter vaca- tion," said Dean E.. H. Kraus in an interview yesterday. "The annua...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 5

…ibl What's in a Name? & ever try TUTTLE'S when you wanted a nice lunch? Conveniently located just one- half block south of the "Mai" Courteous and satisfactory TREATMENT to every custom- er, whether the account be large or small. The Ann Arbor savings Bank Incorporated 1869 Capital and Surplus, $626,000.00 Resources ......... ,OO000,0.O 707 North University Ave. Northwest Cor. Main & Huron "A more sportsmanlike group than the English newsp...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 6

… .. w w ...r.... w .... 'is of Alice Freeman Palmer entertained more than 75 an informal tea on Wednes- 'noon. The team was in Mrs. M. F. Waler, of Phil- Pa., who is visiting her Sara Wailer, '22. Receiving director, were Helen Wood,-'22, and Mrs. L. Newman, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Eppie Walter, '21, Marian Davis, '21, and i4arian Oliver, '21, presided at the tea table. S .3 ethe advertising columns of The Michigan Daily to reach the best of An...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 7

…Y HE .MICHIAN )AIL"Y .1 *Health Mefier Urges Qeln. p SDr. R. G. Mac~enzie, health officer for Ann Arbor township, 'has received Jia letter from Dr. R. M. Olin, state health commissioner, urging that all people begin the warm season right. by cleaning up 'dll rubbish, draining ditches, and taking~ all other Sanitary measures possible. Let a classified ad fInd that last ar- ticle.-Adv. DETRO1 WALTER HAMPOEN in SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS SHUBERT ...…

April 01, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 127) • Page Image 8

… ..... .....r. , . ........r.....r... , .. ..W . r..._.w. w OFFICIAL BULLETIN FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921. Number 127. 1 ulty, College of Literatur*, Science, and the Arts: Friday 'afternoon, April 1, at 3 o'clock, in Room B of the Law building, >int meeting of the Schoolmasters' Club and the University of Michigan ilty is announced, for a conference on university entrance require- its. Papers are to be given by Professor Sanders, Registrar H...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…, V r., AIWA ASSOCIAT]I PRESS tr t DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE /' ) , ANN AR 901t, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1922 PRICE Fi" - ..-a-~ - " ANTS 0. K. $ 4,660,000 BUDG H, one Of Clments Lib nI I' F GIFT Y BISHOP .ts, Donor of tructive l idy downpour of freez- kept the number,at- o little more than 209, of the new Clements id yesterday after- rion L. Burton, after t address, introduced, W. Bishop, who gave ilk of the ceremonies. 1 ...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 2

…WSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN orning except Monday during the University Control of Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS irse is exclusively entitled t the usr for we dispatche credited to it or not otbi-ise and the local news published tkerei.s tote at Ann Arbor Michigan, as seceA arrier or sail, $3.56. iw Press Building, Maynard. Street. d 300 words, if signed, the signa- print, but as an evidence of faith, disheA in The Da...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 3

…the li- stood,"j d History Study "I do not think that the average stu- nt will have occasion to refer to e works often, for I do not think that is necessary for him to go back to sources. But there will be at the dis- posal of the graduate student books on chartography, books of discovery, and contemporary woifks that gill be in- valuable. "Concerning the administration of the new library there is little for me to say. That will be in the ha...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

…~ 4Ua N' t . . , m' "S c .ittle work each does not get til after the r ittle more than re the first sc ake Relays a Men to DesMoin as on the 1P21 s dropped because and track fa reinstatement. custom in the eam and severe DesMoines and procedure will r. No anrpun as yest as to w will be enter ices point stror ns and Landow the dashes an her JMay Keep Track s Until After Vacation e post- vault, respectively. Illinois is expect- 'acatio...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 5

… Michigan nine have been, called upon to solve during their many Southern invasions. Out of a total of 11 games played since 1912 the Wolverines have been victorious in but six, while in total runs scored the Dixie team holds a slight advantage. The Georgia teams are always well advanced when Mich- igan meets them, and the Southerners hae a habit of landing on the ball with pan unpleasing regularity which has more than once caused opponents to...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…THE MI ''. c1i~ r '!'11 } . .) II "I 1 ,... w E II )I I' YOU WILL DO BETTER -AT- LEMBLE'S 530 FOREST AVE. Men Uu :: 11 BREAKFAST 'Post Toasties Blackberry Preserves Waffles and Syrup Coffee Milk LUNCH Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast French Fried Potatoes White Bread Rolls Coffee Milk Tea U IF YOU ARE IN NEED --OF CY AND SERVICE THIS IS THE STORE* 0 DINNER Tomato Soup Pot Roast of Beef Plain Boiled Potatoes Mustard Pickles Lim...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 7

…1 !-I t ARY ELL, AND TO BE Follorving a, tradition established m~any years ago the women of the Uni- versity will give their annual lunch- eon at 12:320 tod'ay in Barbour gym- nasium. The event this year is to serve as a medium for uniting alum-' nae. and University women in support of the University of Michigan league. Attendance at the luncheon is ex- pected to be un~usually large this year. The "proceeds will be used to increase' the bu...…

April 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 134) • Page Image 8

…L BULLETIN a. (11:$0 a. m. Saturdays.) TURDAY, APRIL 1, 1922 Number 134 T: Academic Promo}ions: 4 owing members of the University Faculties, at the meeting of f Regents hold March 21, 1922, received promotions into ur professional ranks, Their names are herewith publicly re- ise of the fact that such advancements are matters of the utmost he University at large. These promotions are made in accordance :ommendations of the Deans of the Scho...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…-En ! f, 'S 4br ,Ak A suit ,; ;_a . 'Am - I 1- of A, , P- . -1 - V - I - -- -- I - - . I I- - - - - ! I . I _ a TWENTY PAGES A NN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUMPDAY, APIRIL 1, 1923 TWENTY PAGES .. , ._....r... .. _ ____ " ' --- t PI NTI ""REJOI-CE YE, HfE IS RISEA It i!:. a. fa~r cry from the beginning of the Christ:an era to this -Eastvr Suniday 1,923 ,ye.,rs later. F"1,pires .hbave risen to heights of splendor and powrer an(d have ...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN AliBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 It .0slnot seldoms that an art reacheso HAL SEY DAVIDSON? by either the painter or the sculptor, its highest development before its true !Thes endeavor of the best portrait art- w orth is recognized. The present gee- t ists is to reveal the character ot their oration has seen this truth freosunt-, 10 its highest fernm land here I wem -1nielsen's ctaracter as he understood stbe i th py...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

…UUUIL I WILL IIUIIUJIII (Continued fromh Page One) n this quarter Haprtz tore thrOug ie Carson City defense time aind gain, despite 'the fact that his bril- ant wvork in the preliminary con- sts made himt a marked mhan. Speedy. nid with a remarkable change-hand. ribble, hie squirmed and fought hi:, ay through1 his opponents with the bility of a veteran. Lamb and Waldo Eifective The fuorth quarter was a repetition f the third, 'with the excepti...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY StN)., APRtI 192:1I In Defense of Tradition AMERICANS, by Stuart P. Sherman.1 EDGAR H. AILES iolatr than other biographers, Pro Charles Seribuer's Sons, New York fissor Sheenan offers sonic remarks A etanlinen rt-Ae frontedt hy Mr 'asttturg 's viking atrs",while as vial .rt c' uiditelid iytlatas'llr'atdt ian, has recently inquired how te lt t h lo-toctrof theit cdoa thhyat qtb'lind11)01worsliptscommnonly ac- masses ...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…j ulrSeni ors R s "to4ococ uigth oig ek 'HNI starting tomorrow at 1 o'clock. No £T NlaglIIJLCIJNVLIPLLUlay Tradition woman who does not register will be ivlgdtvoe Thswhhae'00 IV W IN( contributed financially, to the Y. W;,.' URN UT T ORGNIZEGAMPIGI Senior women this year will lhark jedA.to onate timemborsresterng back to a former policy of givingt C.iA.euto onar te ntimembf estrinak- A meeting of the executive board annual play out of doors wi...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY,:APRIL 1, I9231 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I AG0, THRE H~'Iugo Von IIHIIIjmfannsthjal NEWELL BEBOUT (he are soon to be intirmduced th0e eaier age) and1 prely phase (though nottdoubt inaieqiitelyt to mkn xeie tiantatieal nd \Is Hugo Von lotialnttiat lihn that ioii xeiet poets oiccedt drama. "The Grandt etiomaget. It in0a rcohimg out t('crld-Theatre of Salzbutrg" io pro- after something unseen. Authors felt- ulced In New York with its famousO a n...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 4

…' gltu Wen vre- var England heard this- yuhuparliamentary dandy lisp is 'tl@~~ l~*Ij v___pl____adingyothul for a league "of nattbris to CAMPUS OPINION 1 TICIL XIWSPAPER OF? Tits".insure peace it chucked up its~ na 3 /; I ~ E1 $ T! O X C IQ N tional sleeve and rem arked, Just n e 5Tdi oTfhA Dtcii au DIi biltsaa4everill. mrnipg .excet "Monday o oe mossibletoansems J.icin(en uthvefl Il i WIirslty r bX17the Board ji a Rsthe project which this Wue1...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 4

…4 PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 The Allied War Debt, LILLIAN REID yyg Thtercent funding of the Britisho portance 'Though its avocate te- 1 bt shows tttthe unitedi States, iendeot chieflton Ottmenottal rason- likeany other creditor, prefers 'too toy ig, tuch is5ou0rmoratdebtto fle conciliation tbefore faking egat actiot. Alietey itave one o, two tprac- TPie ordinar'ty onan i witing to confer tiosl points. It s a fact t...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 5

…-I h Senate passes can nlow be illuminated per- Mfontana A. 'C.The DistinctiveI ing their time studying or playing fectly, and with the addition of a few D Yressers' club decided at a recent cards. resident Has more high power lamps3 a regular game -meeting to adopt a certain model o . ha i ae rwill be paossible. Stetson derby as the badge of Its or Just cal 941{, when you avae a act B g Ca eergantzation. Various differences in the' Waut.--Ad...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, APRI - 1,;1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILYFA Eil' . _ ... . PACE rIVE AWorld Language LIONEL G. CROCKER UhsiF'ay oat 19iloiai In a certain smal town of Michigan,! to English. A Japanese stdet who the high. wnool students are saking' was a private English pupil oi mine, Stheir onk reports from uch epto'e- as soon to leave for England. Pre- meral stories as "Freckles," "Potty-' partory to leaving, he had also stdiC area," ansi so on. Wihen I ...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…".5 "L U a Uu L L M aw ,,,, , ,,...,.. . r ,,r ., ....,r. 64.6A& . r ., .. IC GCHAN G [S Tomn.Robinson P1 On AII1-Confet C C I U1 (Special to The Daily)I _ Chicago, March 30.-Selections of Sees 0. S. U oitii mythical teams in all Big Ten sportf d W'isCQS. Dropped have met with approbation since the From ist ,ie was first conceived. Football men have been chosen by Walter Ecker-' sal, basketball by Irvin M. Howe, and uAG IPUR Ek AND }...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 6

…Ot THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APlRI 1, 7az STORIES OF A 1orner of tte newspaper ofice, NEWSPAPER OFFICE dreaming, thinking p1annig, hi ensos eys wandering aross th I)E I)LICS, y Ilur) iitaSmit' nwoke-flled room to the desk where Co~it- M~ee O; 07")sit the gr'4 Star. I write reverent- Rievewe d y Leo JyIersidofet tly for the lob, seein to id word I peak tr the Curb, ot the neowiht wilt expresty appreiatiot phyt toio jor naism, o the ritty edit ...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

… IIIIIIIIIII 11111 IFI fied Rates. Two Cents per wrord, a dlay, paid in charge for first day, 25,c. Minimrum thereaftE per word per day if charged. White space char per agate line. Classified, charged onlly to those at~ thie V, ECP, 3,Ve es- -~REAL ESTATE -f ' Si M. L. .") ' A-C 19Y4-50 DON'T FORGET Smith Tire Repairj Oldest anid most reliable place to buy tires~, elly Springfield Diamond Tires 12S-50 'HE WOM'EN,'S LEAGUE BU ILDING FUND ...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 192 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE EVE The N'ew Italian -Drama THREE PLAYS: Six Characters ini R B RT1 hQ ,lard. Iltis eye'" at'ia piercing grcy,- Seareh of an Author", "Henry, iv". R B R R R Nctiiiou~iy lighted acnd fhasinig. Per-. "Right You Are! (If You Think 'lapsalhe is reminiscent of Pan. So)." by Lulgil Pirandello. E. P. 'Iteicre ii gives an elaborate historicalt 'hocking it is illretz e'caluse "Soast', I .pi&o e Yr.ageant i...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 8

…To Save 2From Scrap Heap . .. ..1 . . ... . ... ::: ! : . is.... upoper reading room of the Union to see chassis demonstrtion by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker. , 7 :0o(-Instit'uteofox Religious Educe.. tion in Lane hall. 7:00----Clevelanrd cdub meets In room zjA olf the -Union. t Unon :~1iBring insrtumeft v. 7 :30--Alpha, IHapiaPsi meets lit roftn 302 of the -Union. 7 :--delpM i meets In th~e ('11th room, University hail.' 8 :00--Acolyies meet 1...…

April 01, 1923 • Page Image 8

…ANW IQItT , THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 THE ARTIST AS A CHHARACTER ANALYST (Continued from Page One) object is the sublimtion of details. A line that has a childch sophistica- caricature is then a graphic represcn- tion. H reliec on pure black ant tation of the essence of character. white for his effects though his line Perhaps it would be well to point gives a suggestion of shading. out the few caricaturist., that this Sulliv...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 9

…w 41w AML k- t jg.att hJy __ _ _ ,_ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 PRICE~ st Zo ologist. GIVS "PRIG" UREPage Sir Oliver Woman Is Poetic re '!IThis Wee srg, .odlgto In article appr llal vr 'se' tiet fte C17el lllte flyscience of herdity or genetics would be Lfapa~ine. Dr. John S rector of s; uden ts-' phys almost certain to place Morgan ;it the echoes this statemllent, car very top of the scientific world. It is 'the dr...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 10

… * VLJs .ni A'- zoologist IIi ~1.1 i HE i kA i P 'o Visit Campus Arcade "Mr. Billings Spends His Dime" is! nued from Page Nine)t eterdining bodies or genes the ingenious name of the comedy be- ginning a three day engagement at the egg or sperm cell and has Arcade on Sunday, starring Walter the laws which govern IfHiers. In this day and age, a ten-cent ngement." . as iece is of no importance whatsoever, elb)-urumfurther -adds, "a but, in the ...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 11

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 . - THE ARTIST AS A CHHARACTER ANALYST - ~(Continued from Page One) object is the sublimation of details. A line that has a childish sophistica- caricature is then a graphic represen- tion. He relies on pure ,.ack and tation of the essence of character. white for his effects though his line Perhaps it would be well to point gives a suggestion of shading. out the few caricaturiste that this Sullivant...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 12

…SUNDAY, .APRIL 1 ,1923 APRIL 1, 1423 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 11 x r A T7 rlf AMBEICANS, by Stuart P. Sherman.) EDGAR H. AILES Charles Scrlbuer's Sons, New York. 19023. 1M.0 ifronted by Mr. Sandburg 's viking acters". while as vital A certain Hamsen, a Geriman-Amer- salute to the Hog-Butcher of thers loan ha recntl inqire howtheot te Icharacter sketches, they ican, has recently inquired how the World. Obviously, the University of imitable. Th...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 13

…$T RIE.O FA jrener f te ewpapr offie, 1'. NEWSAPER OFICE I dran~jngthinkig, lnig i DE1)~I IStb er JusIn Smith.e; ios eyes wanderhing across ;the . ~ smoke-filled romtot-r the desk where 1 a.$~eC. 17 sits 'the great Star . I irite, reverent- Reviewed by Leo ay Hlershdorr.1 W9 for the Cub seeking to fid Words I speak for the Cb, for the fe-hich will express miy appreciation I phyte in journalism, for 'the city edit- :to Justin H. Smith for is bo...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1923 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY ~ o ie Allied War Debt 4 LILLIAN REID The recent funding of the" British prtance. Though its advocates de- debt shows that the United States,. pended chiefly on sentimental reason- like any other creditor, prefers to try ing, such as our moral debt to the conciliation before taking legal action. Allies, they have one or two prac- The ordinary man is wil...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 15

…CH lIGAN DAM y Stefansson Tells Means Of Saving Do You Know1 "Tang Wn itey National Forests m Page Nine) "Tangerine," that delightful whim- the First Baptist ality of the South Sea island musical r jat s , m When was the first sundmer session comedy, comes to ts theatre for a r. Vilhjalmur Stefasson, famous he nts' Bible Class cswill nihil"ane ine ed one-night stand, tonight. "Tangerine" explorer, outlined a, practical plan by What are the...…

April 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 135) • Page Image 16

….x.ll:,r # +,I A irl7.i.47 F I LILETINI :111n14r 13A . T nlLne t 1 cgJta f Captain Zddle Ricker macker will givo a demonstiration of the Rtickn- ba cker cbassis dialplayed att the Ner York -auto fihow, TueQsday, Alpril 12 at 4:00 P. nm., in the Reading Roam of the Unfon. Members of the Enugineering SSociety aro requested to attend, S At 8:00 p. rrn., Captain Riekenbacker will give a talk on Commercial I Aviation, which A-111 include a d~scu...…

April 01, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…I- HE WEATHER .IODAY V'Y ittr 4op AIL ASS0 EDI)TORIAL -' VOL. XXXIV. No. 136 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, POINCARE OU TLINEIS CABINET'S PULICI BEFORE PAR LEMENT PREIELR INSISTS ON PAYMENT OF GERMAN REPARATIONS AT EARLY DATE MESSAGE RECEIVED WITH HOSTILITY IN CHAMBER Gabrilowitsch Gives Recital Of Extraordinary Brit Pirilliant aiid thoroughly 'inspired in that powerful emotiona ev...…

April 01, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 136) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIG4N LAIL CHIGAN ACD EMY I OPENTOMORROW , illsbury, Will Read Papers In Afternoo: Business 3eeting Secheduled ~SIPENT RONNER TO OIVE SPEEVIJ AT1 EVENON SESSJON ith a council meeting to be held o'clock tomorrow in room G 436,1 ;ral Science building, the Michi- Academy of Science, Arts and ters will open its twenty-ninth an- , meetiing here. The members will aimn in Ann Arbor for three days g Is which the separate sections of Academy w...…

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