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February 01, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 91) • Page Image 5

….. .... ...,. b...... ....,.., ULNS i. AANSN T i L' 15d.5.J. L .ILJ.ULI Z...P L11 1 9 inormous loans to foreign busi- ness and governments by American industries are expected during the coming year by national businesa, according to the statement' of the National City bank of Chicago which forecasts a period of American as- sistance to ,all European activities. While commerce throughout the United Sitates is in a slow but sound condition d...…

February 01, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…i; GAIN DAILY . if* IN MANY LINES1 iggesting that all people attempt gain the ability to do as many gs as possible besides that of rou- work, was the advice of Dr. G. 1 Huber, of the Medical school, in an address to the students' volunteer band last night in Lane hall. His topic was "Tuie Parable of 'the Tal- ents."r Yale has had 8,000 men in the service during the war. This includes 1,417 men in the S. A. T. C. When You Want the hest Re...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY SNOW TODAI Ar Irrw 4r ANWUtr t tilx ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRt SERVICE VOL. XXIX. No. 53. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1918 PRICE THREE CEN WILSON TH SPEAK TO JOINT SESSION: TO SA1ITUELSDAY1 CONGRESS ANXIOUSLY AWAITS, MESSAGE AS SESSION OPENS REPUBLICANS MAY ASK ' FOR EXTRA COMMITTEE Hundreds of Correspondents Attaches to Go With Delegation ands (By Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 30. - ...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…" : . y IYR, ...'_ x; . U~i 4;~J .JJi, . .: lit 3ritgau Baitg Ur' ICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN{ ublished every morning except Monday ing liheuniversity year by the Board in trol of Student Publications. &1BER OF 'rihE ASSUCIATD) PRESS 'he Associated Press is exclusively entitled the use for republication of all'news dis- ches credited to it or not otnerwise credited this paper and also the local news pub- ed herein. .ntered a...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…T MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE -,- : " ;- -- -_ -- ..,,,. - - - . .._ . .,. _ _ . - -_ mar __ .- ... S "S' -. .-" ' jmmkzR!l 1 e s .-__- a YOSTMEN WIN LAST BATTLE OF SA SON (Continued from page one) Cruse, substituting for Perrin, fur- nished a streak of humor to the hard fought game, when he almost lost all the credit due him for his brilliant work. Due to the fact that he was, wearing a borrowed sweater during the c...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY *k * * * # ' THE THEATERS TODAY ajestic - Douglas Fairbanks He Comes Up Smiling." rcade-Mae Marsh in "Hid- Fires." "Smiling Bill" Par- s' comedy, "Dad's Knockout." Vuerth-Sessue Hayakawa in. s Birthright." Also Weekly: Comedy, "Like Mother Made." rpheum-Elsie \ Ferguson in e Song of Songs." Also Week- nd Comedy, "Miss Informed." ,* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ' * * * * * * * GARRIGK, PDETROIT Leater-goers of ...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 5

…[E MICHIGAN DAILN SUDY SERICES IN ANNH ARBOR CHURCHES St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock. A second celebration of Holy Commu- nion at 10:30 o'clock with a sermon on the subject, "Do We Want a New World." Evening services 4:30 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Church Subject of the sermon at the morning service at 10:30 o'clock will be, "The War and the Cross." Bible school at 12 o'clock. Young Wom- en's Missionary socie...…

December 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 3uNUAX, UM A. T. C. SCHEDULE CHANGED; EVERY HOUR OF DAY AFFECTED" (Continued from Page One) lose who desire to study at that me," he said. "If the Library will ot accommodate all who wish to use additional room will be provided." The Schedule in Detail The new schedule for the S. A. T. . will be os follows: First call at :30 o'clock; reveille at 6:40 o'clock; ecall at 6:45 o'clock; mess at 7:15 'clock; schodol call at 7:...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…I . CUUULELJ, Y V IJUW * Itg ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 27. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918. PRICE I M7&§ i LIANS BAG 50,000 s RECOIL ES HURL iH TROOPS WESTERN FRONT ENCH MARE T GAINS ,PARATES ABOVE PIAVE FLU DECREASING; SCHOOLS OPEN SOON No new cases of influenza or pneu- monia were discovered among S. A. T. C. men yesterday and only seven of influenza and two of pneumonia were reported among civilia...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AL NEWSPAPE~R AT THE ERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday university year by the Boaard iin Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ciated Press is exclusively entitled for republication of all news dis- ited to it or not otherwise credited er~ and also the local news' pub- i The A. E. F. may glory in "cootie- proof" clothes but raiment impervious to' the flu bug would be of more inter- est to the civil...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…R OF RAIN cago shifts. Lig The large ii along the sid ed far moref how to combat the Chi- NEW WEAPON SENT rushing shipments of a new trench under-garment to the war zone. The hts Work GoodO FIGHT COOTIES garment is chemically treated at the ncandescent bulbs strung - wstate university at Iowa City, to act es of the field have prov- It was announced in Washington as a preventative against vermin in successful than the bat- ,yesterday that the...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i uI UK L11U I II L SERIES, NO-1 Nine Army Men Vis Want Citizenship NOERT CERTAIN, BUT )NED TILL LATER DATE Case, of the Metropolitan- any, will open the pre- es of concerts Saturday . 16, in Hill auditorium, state ban against public .lifted by that time. Ac- r. R. N. Olin, secretary of rd of health, there is lit- at meetings canrbe held was born and educated in 3 through untiring per- as won praise from the ritics. Her g...…

August 01, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…E A WEEK L THE ONLY OFFICIAL t SUMMER NEWSPAPER No. 16 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AUGUST 1, 1918 PRICE THREE CENTS 5II INIDGIOS I HACEPOCES s Impulse to Change Without hie Growth Is Impossible; Education Misdirected ENS SHOULD BE THINKERS inipg in thought which exercises uality of innovation as well as oinary work which can be done y thrOugh habit, is necessary for citizens if a democracy is to its full destiny, said Prof. J. 'umm in hi...…

August 01, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO be t(Wolverine Official student newspaper for the summer session of the University of Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoons. Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- plication to the business manager. Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to 2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11 to 12 o'clock, daily. Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. Russell Barnes-anaging Editor Phone 2414 or 319 Agn...…

August 01, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 16) • Page Image 3

…PAGE THREE THE WOLVERINE I I IINIfiilll llllernm!lillnllll VuerthTheater Afternoon-2:30 and 4:00 Evenig-7:oo, 8:0o and rn:a Phsne-fn-J PROGRAM FOR JULY = sWe-303-Wallae Reid in The Noo;e of Silence." "Eagie' ye. No. o. PROGRAM FOR AUGUST r-Fri-r-2-Vivian Martin in "Un- i aied Goods." Also Holes Tra- Isnand Comsedy. 3-- argariFe isnler in "A sare Deal." Also Nwsand Co- MO n-4-3-Charles Ray in "Play. :g the Game." Also Sennett Com- :y, "it...…

August 01, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

…AGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE THE DETACHMENT NEW 40, DEIACHMENT MEN% BECOMENIBURAIlE Band Heads Prdoession to Court House Where Oath Is Administered to New Citizens Forty-eight members of the Univer- sity of Michigan second training de- tachment became citizens of the Uni- ted States at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon when they swore allegiance to the United States. The men represent Russia, Nether- lands, Sweden, France, England. There were tw...…

June 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY SHOWERS; TODAY AMP 741. r ASSOCIATED PRESS DAI AMN1 BillT WIRE SERVICE i 4 ...w.y OL. XXVIII. No. 175. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATVUDAY JUNE 1, 1918. PRICE THREE CENT WI m nq ICiT IPPCLUBS GIVE LAST CONCERT JUNE 5 NIGHT CEREMONIES FRESULHAN CLASS TURNS OUT IN FULL FORCE FOR LAST EVENT OF YEAR PROF. PARKER MAKES ADDRESS OF EVENING Judge Chapin, '86, Tell Reminiscences of 30 Years Ag I Speakmg for Alumni (S. IL.) Thoug...…

June 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…I t. UPPER ROOM BIBLE CLASS I YA men, for the convenience of alumnae . -If.EC. A. TO INAIJEL IT ATE who wish to ascertain the prospective NVEWLY EIL1'1TE1) ) FVTII students~ at the camrp. Inauguration of officers for the Y. A rehearsal of the senior play "Hel- M. C. A. will take place at 6:30 ena's Husband," will be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening, at Lane o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell An- hall. The newly elected officers will gel...…

June 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…TURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918.. D A v , r1 massmnin®o twang eorInfalr-n Smart othes FOR the men behind the men behind the guns Knittex Overcoats Tan Oxford Heather at $25.00 V Ii 1' ~ 191 !I M % TO SEE MIl('It6AN 'PER.- IINDENSCHMITT APFEL &C0. Ct M WUuVLHINLS ! MILITARY NEWS PLAY' KALAOO TODA0Y'-- - , l1 I II y ; 'ti. z - ~ r ;; - ,,; _ ' , " , ' <Y , . l r--- __-- - ' FLANDr~i LOWER PHONE 294 213 E. LIBERTYI AN N A RBOR GA RAG...…

June 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE 1 98 Walk-Over- a *: * * * * * * * * * * * *1 AT THE THEATERS * This COLLEGE last as MODISH as it is Comfort- able. lr-~- > , --' e..f-'.. -, - -; *1 ii' 'I The Blonstelle Compan, -Daybreal," at the Carricki A woman is as young as her feet. Here are the very shoes that keep your feet feeling young, vigorous and stylishly shod. Winged Tip and Military Heel comes in Black and Brown calf, white Buck and...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…)HEL THOSE WHO A t Li. i+ _ - J. I r4tLieit ant IailM Ij DAY AND NI SEBN 148. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1918. PRICE THREE i' BOND IES B16 '0 536,050 OF )UP E SALES ed if ach faculty will be asked the third Liberty Loan n the main corridor of , from 8 to 12 o'clock and 1 to 4 in the after- Thursday and Friday. conceived by the Uni- tee at their meeting at the Michigan Union. MICHIGAMUA TO GO ON WARPATH TODAY F...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 2

…H CARYATID out wT is iften Me Lud, the Wagon Waits? One of the oracles of West hall was entitled it is a red world, full of cruel things, ws dis- credit- entirely different from the prospect a news which he has been led to expect in -- college. As he goes on in life, he sity of finds that the world has many views, p each more confusing than the previous rbor as one, and it is quite often only in old age that he is able to see a plan in th...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

….I I WEATHER KEEPS MAJORITY OF TRACKSTERS FROM PRACTICE Only a few of the Wolverine track- sters showed up for practice yester- day, and those that did put in their appearance were given only a light workout by Coach Farrell. The rain and cold weather during the past week has interfered with the daily sessions for keeping the athletes in condition. Steve is praying for "Ol' Sol" to come out from behind the clouds so that his men can get into ...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 4

…I l Gansle in Street 1927 and may feel proud of PHONE 994 r that Germany may be rumored constructing. But I believe that boats will turn out to be no effective in their purpose than 5-mile guns have proved." report stated that the great were expected to be superior stroyers, but Prof. Horace W. thinks that more emphasis di be placed upon American vise shipping. "I doubt if a arine can be constructed to over- r a destroyer," he said, "f...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

…THI " a w l ~ a. l i .l[ 11 o~ats -C 200D T0 *wo AY id~iT~eI ONr Calkins Drug Co. IT'S TIME 'I ABOUT GETTII TER KODAK FOR dels in Flannel SEASON. WE WOULD tted Fabrics to $12.50 TO TALK WITH YOU ABOL _.,e_... ._.. is & Co. , I 0 MzLEF-FND h.SLACYg MAIN STREET "Snappy New" Neckties and Shi Men's Furnishings Varsity Toggery Shop 1107 S. University Ave. t ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS all t Established 1887 FRENCH DRY CLEANING...…

May 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 148) • Page Image 6

… JNCIL ACTS ON SWING-OUT FIG CHIGAN DAILY i WHAT'S GOING ON I Y. W. TO INSTALL CABINET MEMBERS II our II 9 TY BOND Today (make it a good one) and your new 3 SUIT of LCOLM MALCOLM BLOCK ICE CLAUDE BROWN, offers obtainable for old clothes. He will Action on the fight between the En- gineers and the Laws in the Swing- out last Friday was taken last night at a vell-attended meeting of the Student council at the Union. The mee...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER 1 PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARMER ian xtt ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SEREVICEC PRITCE THREE CENTS VOL. XXVIII. No. 103. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, 1IARCH 1, 1918. V. S. WILL DECIDE ONf FIHTING HUN IN EAST SIBERIA MAY ALLY WITh JAPAN TO SAVE RUSSIAN PORT FROM GERMANS REGENT DEVELOPMENTS TO SPEED UP DECISION Believe Japan Cannot Be Restrained From Taking Quick Ac- tion Washington, Feb. 28.-An early de- cision probably wil...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…"THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, STARCH 1, - - ." MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS he Associated Press =is exclusively entitled' :he use for republication of all news dis- :es credited to it or not otherwise Credit- in this paper and also the local news ished herein. Dicial newspaper at the University of higan . Published every morning except day during the university~ year. ntered at thetpostof'ice at Ann Arbor as. nd-class matter. fices: Ann Arbor Pres...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…GAN DAILY inois eavei J1eet VRSITY MEN TO JUDGE COMPANY TRACK MEET ) Put Coach Farrell and Manager Dudley will leave with Captain Sedgwick, Johnson, Cross, Haigh, Baker, Zoellin, Donnelly, Stoll, and Forbes for Ur- bana this morning on the 9:50 Mich-j igan Central train. There is a possi- bility that Baker may not go as he has some scholastic bars to remove 0 PLAY before the time of leaving. The two mile relay team will be > Today compo...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

… VICTIlS OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ABLE TO BE OUT The victims of Wednesday's auto- mobile accident are progressing very. well. Victoria Adams, '19, was per- haps the most seriously hurt, suffering from a severe nervous shock. She received many cuts about the face. and head from the broken glass of the' windshield, but none were deep enough to require stitches. She was given attention by the health service yes- terday morning, but was unable to at...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

…THE MIlCHIGAN DAILY PAGE ,- , _ - STETSON HATS For Spring are Here WE INVITE INSPECTION i --0 Wadhams & Co. STATE STREET ARCADE MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON in THAT OLD SUIT looks like a hopeless case banging DISP ELEDBY GOVES ORIDERIt PE RMITTNG AN N ARBOR MILL TO START GWIINING IS EXPECTED A. D. Groves, food administrator for Washtenaw county, assures Ann Arbor people that there will be a decided re- lief in the flour situation, as...…

March 01, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 1, Our Easter Suitings await your inspection. You should select a pattern NOW and give us a chance to make it up before the BIG RUSH is on. J. K. MALCOLM 604 EASTLIBERTY STREET MALCOLM BLOCK FRATERNITIES MILITARY NEWS A new series of special advanced drills will be held from 7 to 8 o'clock, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights, according to an an- nouncement issued from the R. O. T. C...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…i ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBERl 1, 1917. PRICE -An Y to- the "QUIET" IS PASSWORD ON WORDBATTLE FRONT BRITISH ADVANCE ON CAMBRAI FRONT SHOWS NO SIGNS OF ACTION (By Associated Press) Nov. 30.-Comparative quiet pre- vailed along the battle fronts except for heavy bombardments in various sectors. Even-on the Italian front the fierce engagements of infantry, in which the men often came to hand to hand encounters,have-tuined into due...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…I '; ', he usually is able out of it. TUAL PARASITE parasite is he who elf, but whose opin- ose of others. His tions determine his mpanx of one ,man, of that man's par- eed. The next min- s swerve into line w companion. His mercury in a ther-' ses and falls with mperature; or more of stagnant water, ctual parasite supports of a great man, not be- self actually believes in erstands them, but be- .es to be looked upon as gment. How little doe...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…-,..,.,,,... f, .,. WP n~ irs 9 9 wnl_ T 74.E 1%t, L ftv'si1.uuvv .~ugI LI L..rrlt I SOON x artelme Awaits Word From Part of Board Before Annoincng Winners of "EM" MA Y MEN ELIGIBLE FOR RECOGNITION BY PLAYING 18 in Line for Award; 14 of These Are Almost Sure to Be Here In 1918 The names of the Wolverines who won "M" sweaters by their work on the Varsity football team this fall are due to be announced some time today B. G. Bartelme, di...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BRITISH WORKMEN TO RESIST Interesting Bits , THEATERS * * "PRIJSSIANIZING," SAYS BISHOP Soldier Boy," at th TODAY -- "The Whole '" i -"The Naughty. um - Mildred ,ourage of the Also comedy. Hav Co London, Nov. 30.-"British workmen .e Gar- * are not going to submit to scientific management imported from America and elsewhere," declared the arch- bishop of York, in a speech on the * labor question the other day ...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 5

…I IOnl pvIS IN WATH 11 N TheL of that, a 11] GERMAN NEWSPAPER OFFERS CONSOLATION FOR LOSS OF AIRSHIPS Amsterdam, Nov. 30.-The German official view of the disaster which be- fell the Zeppelin fleet in France, is that the loss of several airships was due entirely to weather conditions which are unlikely to occur again. It is as- serted that the disaster is not regarded as any argument against the use of the Zeppelin as a military weapo...…

December 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 53) • Page Image 6

…Just )it Tanage '.00 MINT LjUUaLaI IAI~hLt TRANSPORTTION BDARD WAR, FUEL, FOOD COMMITTEES EACH DEMAND PRIORITY IN SHIPMENT Washington, Nov. 30.-Requests from different government quarters for priority of transportation for each food, fuel, and munitions, has thrown the whole question of preferential shipments into a tangle. The commit- tee on priority of transportation to- night was trying to clear the situa- tion. Tonight the food administr...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…FHE WEATH SLOWLY RISIYI TEM[PERATURE [ER o~t rtkiaIz 4:3att ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIR SERVICE XXVIII. No. 27. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917. PRICE THREE C . . KUTONS OVERRUN' HOUSAND SQURE MILES Of ITALY NERAL CARDORNA STILLI ENS RETREAT PURSUED ENEM~Y HAST- BY ALLIES RUSH AID TO BOLSTER LATINS Americans Waive All Export Restric- tions Regardless of Short- ags (By Associated Press) London, Oct. 31.-. Vir...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Yii i - WV ViY Z« MBER ASSOCIATED PRESS sociated Press is exclusively entitled se for republication of all news dis- redited to it or not otherwise credit- his paper and .also the local news herein. ! newspaper at the University of Published every morning except during the university year. I at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as as matter. Annt Arbor Press Building. Sub- by 'carrier, $2.50; by mail, $ .OO. stations: Quarry's;...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…-1hIh4iN IUAlIL. Y I ' TI CEI I !iI torary Society Initiates Keep Large Number of Regulars From Work JAD MEEMBERS FEAR PENN BUT BELIEVE CORNELL EASY n Out In Suit Spends Considerable Time In Practicing Drop, Kicks ost found himself up against a problem yesterday afternoon n his men appeared for practice. didn't have enough men to make gs interesting because many of players were busy with the hon- society initiations. parks, Cruse, Weiman,...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DIERSCIE RY1 IN CITED ORAN I Pushing the Peen JBecomes Popular . . DECLARATION DOES NOT PRECEDE WARFARE NOW s * * ** *'*s ** s * S * * s ILIS LEARN MODERN METHOD ? WARFARE QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY inch Front, Oct. 31.-Two hundred sixty-four personal citations for ry have been won by the negro rs of a single Somali battalion it landed in France in June, 1916. ese citations 190 were gained in erce battles in the vicini...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i ®f The Stein-Bloch Co. 1911 I magine Yourself if you 're a ''live one "-- 'MILITARY BEARING MUST BE LEARNED1 in this 3-button ___. : STEIN-BLOCH Coat! No padding--no stiffen- ing--nothing but honest f a br i c, hand tailoring and "style galore." Lieut. q. C. Mullen Issues Statement on Duties of Student Cadet UNEXCUSED ABSENCES WILL ;ELAY RECOMMENDATION Red Flag to Indicate Lecture; White One Will Signify Drill on ...…

November 01, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Walk-Over- INTELLIGENCE BUREAUT IS I WIIA'S GOING ON Our ~ aaler" For Women Boot of unusual value, >st distinctive style. In rk brown and dark tan issia calf, with the new w military heel. I sizes: Triple A to D _._.- . - jo ; '.- fo cI [alk-Over Boot Shop Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main Street a a Students of the University of Michigan Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line of handsome all Suits an...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLD AND CLOUDY TODAY A6V tr t AL att UNITED PRESS DAY AND 'A U WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 471. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917. PRICE FIVE CEN GOVERNMENT HUNS AGAINST DRAFTING THREE CASES UNCOVERED FORTS OF U. S. AU. THORITIES BY EF. SLACKERS ATTEMPT TO LEAVE COUNTRY A ssociation Formed of Opponents to the Nation's Draft Policy By Charles D. Groat (-United Press Staff Correspondent.) Washington, May 31.-Govern...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'kite Flannel Trousers are the Correct thing for that dance or party. a pair tailored to your measure at Have G. H. Wild Company z Merchant Tailors 31.1 State St. m SALE OF STATIONERY AND LATE FICTION BARGAINS IN BOTH rho Slater Book Shop one 430 336 S. State St. yeles Switzers' Hardware Bicycle Rackets Repairing Key Fitting Razor Blade Sharpening Base Ball Goods awn Mowers 310 State Only Hardware Near Campus ...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

…UL' 6.0A s V FOUR MEDIC COMPANIES <ACULTY APPROVAL IS GIVEN TO LIST OF STUDENTS WHO COMMAND Officers for the four medic military companies have been appointed and given faculty approval, according to an announcement by Major C. W. Castle. Officers of the fresh medics are as follows: Company A-Captain, Paul M. Ireland; first lieutenant, W. D. Stinson; second lieutenant, G. F. Moore; first sergeant, E. W. McKel- vey; sergeants, H. M. Heitsch...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 4

…DAILY a 1 Queries Arising Relative o Reasons for Entering Conflict OF SLRIES Of ARTICLES UTEN BY STUART H. PERRY Arguments Showing >r Our Lending Aid to Allies Cause article, the firet of a series by Stuart H. Perry, and first d in the Adrian Telegram and ieously in the Detroit Free vill be followed by other ar- om time to 'time.) Over and over again these questions ave been asked: Why should we not emain strictly neutral in the Euro- i...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 5

… d_, CT& K, KNARPPAELT ANWDOBBS HATS 1TRAwSHATS TRA W HATS 0 Bring in your old hat and we will allo wyou Sac toward a new one. From $2.00 up. We have the Stiff or Soft Sailors, also a large selection of Panamas Ask to see our sport coats from $8.50 to $10.00. Flannel Pants from $5.00 to $6.00. White and Leghorns s : 0 Wadhams & Co. J. F. WUERTH CO. Next to Orpheum ANN ARBOR. MICH. FOR ELECTRIC REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS CALL Washtenaw E...…

June 01, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

…L.a IV~I£L'..t1A o-i.t~Lj L. .. l t II In fine tailoring the cost of good workmanship exceeds the cost of the fabric. Workmanship is the ability behind the shears, behind the needles. It plays the most important part in a successful suit, fixes the cost, the selling price, as well as the value of the garment. TAKE YOUR Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results that...…

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