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December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER WITH PROBABLE OW TODAY i L Ar Ap Araw dqW-oow .Ant r t Ag ~aiI SENIORS! G YOUR PHO' R ECEIPTS THIS WEE ,, SN I . XXXIV. No. 59 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY DECEMBER 1, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, I IMES PRODUCTION READY FOR INITIAL PESENTATION FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL WILL BE HELD TOMORROW NIGHT SHUTER DIRECTS OPERA WRITTEN BY SWORD, '24 More Than 2,000 IJes to be Covered in Presentation of 1'- Performances Final dre...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 2

…ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY .. SPEAKS kT ES THURSDAY T'HEY'LL STAR IN "COTTON STOCKINGS" TO PLA YNEX 12WEEKIN WHI TNE Y THEA TRE Llwai cago Pastor 19 Famous as Wax W1orker, and Author of Books K: ID IN, '24, PRESIDES RtEAMIN1G COOLIDGEVS NOTE r. Charles W. Gilkey, Pastor of the e Park Baptist church in Chicago, was the speaker at the Thanks- ig Ujniversity Services, held in SAuditorium Thursday under the pices of the University Services nmitte...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 3

…1'=-23 TH"E'MiCHIGAN DAILY IESHMEN TO BE PiiR9T- AT UPfl~Al L.. :loiti ADAMS WILL ADDRESS, A. A. U W. MEETING Puppteer Scre Scces V~th have made their production a distinct Pupp tees Scre ucces ivogue in the world of entertainiment. Presentation f "Puppet .revue", Qipera Tickets Go On Sale. ________ ________Tickets for out-of-town produstions sale will be continued through first part of the week. Lima, Nog. 3(,..--)r. Legulay ' tinez,...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHICAN DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER ... ie iiiii& i ate 1 CIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE MIERSITY OF MICHIGAN , shed every morning except Monday the Unirersity year by the Board in of Student Publications. bers of Western Conference Editorial .tion- Associated Press is exclusively en- o the use for republication of all news hes credited to it or not otherwise d in this paper and the local news pub- therein. red at the postofhce at Ann Arbor,1 ar,...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 5

…DE+CEMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y rAu ..._.. . . ARDN11 OFFERED FOR giant And Baby Planes Act As Scoutff - For Army's Largest Dirigible In 'Flighty WHAT'S GOING ON1 PERSONSCAUSING FIRE; '",W.'" .;.'': fV 4 i$ .? ".t" _ ;'4 .,Y+.ivh_ 4 v"P SATURDlAY r, "Y... 5 " - > fi{ . { _h }^ > _ { TJTIIORITIES FEAR SAME OUT- BREAK AS THREE YEAtS AGO.. :'A reward of .$500 has been offered Sby the University for information uleading to the captu...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 6

…tfliE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. P i (D A rr- t Poll poolm 72 WrAw"Ift M Y UPSETS MARK DAY WHICH 1uiwriUl IiV r 1-4.1 iAqiieinm, 1hursday's Games 4 P SIfIIV11 LL I LIIL1J ULU iJ~flUUI nd J. Defeats West Virginia; Pitt 6. Walter Koppisch, star Columbia urprises Penn State; U. of D. halfback, was injured early in the4 Beats Gonzaga game and his absence took most of the punch from the team's attack. Al- E BIG COLLEGE ELEVEN...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN D)AILY _____ 'THIS LASS IFI E ADVERTISING THIS ICOLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P4M. DAILY CLASIIED RITES loc per readng line for one or two insertions, 9e per reading line for three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11e per reading line for three C,. more insertions. White space charged' for at camne rates. Classifieds charged onl...…

December 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 59) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r . . DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by t6* Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1923 Number W o the Holders of Keys to University Buildings: Your attention is specifically called to the following clause in the rules wverning the distribution and responsibility for ...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIR AND CONTINUED COLD TODAY F- low (&4,r -.ddL t.. A61F A6F aiI ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MEMBER WESTERN CONFERENCE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION BOL. XXXIV. No. 34 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS UNION MEMBERSHIP DRIVE GINS TOTAL OF' 898NEW MEN ALL TERRITORIES RESTRICTIONS OF TEAMS OFF TILL TONIGHT "FLYING SQUADRON" WILL CONTINUE WORK Team 13 Leads Competiti...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…P.AIE TWC rlt~JYNVME i ~2 'B'IE MICIGAN DAILY 1'CUVl:MBER l i _ _ - _ - - __.__.._._----- .___ .._, a Martuy Types of Amateur Ats Entered For Annual adeville I Tournament ll' PERFOIMA CFS TO BE IEE TO ALL INTERESTED "Tfoster dramatics at the Uni- veity, and to develop generally the dramatic field" is, the purpose of the Semi-annual Mimes dramatic tourna- ''mnttwhich will he held tomorrow and Saturday night at the Mimes theater. No ad...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…LitRSDAY, NOVEnMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TTIRE9 APOINT DIRECTOR OFE omn PKYSICALEDUCATION IIrc - *Women who left clothes in their WILL Alb STUDENT TEACHERS gymnasium lockers last year may re AND ASSIST WITH ATH- claim them until 5 o'clock today LETICS vhen they will be disposed of in some manner. This extension of time for this was granted mainly because only Miss Ethel McCormick, formerly as- a few women seemed interested in cal...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 ..,_... i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every .morning except Mondays during the University ycar by the Poard in Control of Student Pu lications.. Members of Western Conference Editorialt Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- Stled to the use for republication of all news" dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper ...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…TILE M ICHjIGAN DAILY , S. C, A. LISTS JOBS Nuferr outhepositions hafillin. The-RepublicansAs iPnNcOuote board, jobs as well as work of Haywi~ard To R Men wh desie wor willbeoab er nature. Further information can F rI' IK oe eobaned from Hall DeVeese, '25, G ve to obtain. positicnx by inquiring at07 Harold Coffnman, executive secre-' Lanxe hall, The S. C. A., though not tary. l-aving a bureau to definitely take care! Maiz jong? sets being ...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…~1 i' E MICHIGAN DAILY TI' 1 IiSDAY, NOV 111MBE1 1, 19~i 1i Oft ',) ,.... r...... R ..r.. f. . .,, s.,., - 0 1 Now"Waft YOST 1 : m In 11OUSE LUEUI CI Ns L fi r. 0011'.. ,- PLETL VASITY LEAVES THIS AFTERNOON FOR ENCOUNTER WITH HAKEYES SUPERIORITY OF WEST ON GRID .Tg T ATTEMDrEAanw ROVED BYNOTRE DAME ELEVENN Iao U ~U HLwuUULIeLarIa.ImI EXT[NHLO TI CJUNTRYS NOTABLES Old Gold Promises to Give ;11ichigan Hardest Battle of...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…AY, OEJE 1,13 TI TE MICIIHGAN DAILY PAGE EV1"2'1 .. xAT 3 U ADVEJ LOST-- LEATHER,,NOTE BO@K :with valuabb notes, and an orange fountain pen. Reward. Phone 390, Mrs. Putman. ONl CAMPUS otr Washenaw last Wed- nesday rune tan gauntlet glove with brown insert. Return '13 31 Washte- flaw, Phone 2618. DELTA ZETA Sorority pin wxith name on back. CGall 285 6-M. Reward. LOST <Sat. night. near Unitarian' chrch 'purple silk umbrella. Re- ward. Phone...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ __ __ . . Grim Warships Can Be Gracious Hostesses, Too I i Faculty, College of LIterature, Science and the Arts: It appears evident that under present conditions it is not always pos- sible for students to change classes within the five minute period which has been the traditional time given for that purpose. The matter will be dis- cussed at the next meeting of the Faculty, November 12. In the meantime it is sugg...…

August 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…i 14r ummrx ABLY SHOWERS TODAY -4I~ itia i:DIatlj rH J..~1J- PRESS DAY A-ND NIGHT WI SERVICE No. 34' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1923 PRICE FIVE C RS DECLARlE N'' S CRlISIS IFELY PASSED' "4 New Chapel.WillBe Social And w_ eligious Center For Studlents WELLS PLAgES 7TH E R C.RTAI N T h A T FROM ENE ONI A AVE'lRTEI 1iA(LER1 isI COMfLICATIONS ONLY 'BAR TO .RECOVERY M"o. Harding And Cabinet llearcued As Chief Ex...…

August 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…J U1VA1V.LLjF~I Yl. 111s1 it. Vi...'1 L 1 A except Monday of the Associated Press. The As- Press is exclusively entitled to the epublication of all rews dispatches to it or not otherwise credited in and the local news published here- / at the postoflice, Ann Arbor, as second class matter. >tion by. carrier or mail, $1.50. Ann Arbor Press Building. nications, if signed as evidence of i, will be published in The Summer the discretion of the ...…

August 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…r Richard Heidemann) the land of the morning land of peaceful peoples and lie political disturbances and >f the present day, as serious nay be, will never disinteg- e peoples and the tradition; ey have as a result of more{ 0 years existence as a na- his was t'he keynote of Prof. Rufus' illustrated lecture, 'ial Survey of Korean Civil- given yesterday in Natural uditorium. Fraced to 2265 B. C. . history may be divided into rate periods, said Pr...…

August 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…_..... . ES IAVE ANNIVERSARY HARI Kerage being slightly more than ei hours daily for a seven day week RELEASED TO PRESS MINUTESIN 2 YEARS Park Department At Work On Tre nt nued from 'age One) New York, July 31-(By A.P.)-The -- (Co ,reserved for the United States the rights embodied in the Paris treaty wi ich we had acquired through par- - a ion ii .he German victory. length pof the working week of the average American employee has de-...…

July 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…I'1O WEll S AY II us umm hr ka 4 j ,4' :43 at t SOCIA PREP DAY AND NIGHT WI SERVICE XIV. No. 9. ANN ARBOR, M1VIICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1923 PRICE FIVE ( ,: , ELS ANS ARREST' HI RAI BOMBING E OF STREETS TO PEDESTRI- ANS IlESTRICTEDI IN PENALTY (DER CLOSING OF ALL PUBLIC PLACES EDITORIAL Englishman Gives British View Of American Prohibition Laws (The writer, as an English citizen, h as observed with interest the reac- tion o...…

July 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…:R SESSION morning except Monday, session. sociated Press. The As- cluively entitled to the nof all news dispatches tt otherwise credited in ocal news published here- ed at the postoffice, Ann Arbor; n, as second class maitter. iption by carrier or mail, $i.,o. : Ann Arbor Press Bluilding. tunications, if signed as evidence of th, will be published in The Sumner tthe discretion of the E;ditor. Un- .cnnmuications will receive no con- vIL The s...…

July 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…[da V. Jenks, '24, recently appointed esident of the Woman's league for O Summer session has had to discon- tue her studies because of poor alth. Hr place 'has been filled by ances Baird, '23. Other acting of- ers of the league are: Elizabeth cltlanus, secretary-treasurer, and ace R. Doughty, '2, social hair- an.. Classiied Adertising Rates: Two cents per word per day, paid In advance; fif- teen cents per reading line per day, charged. TYPWRIT...…

July 01, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…AlLY OFFICIAL lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the versity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) ane . SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1923 r Number 189 Volu Summer Session Students: The attention of Summer Session students is particularly called to the fact that the receipt for. fees should be very carefully preserved. Here- after, absolutely no refunds of fees wifl be m...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

…I 'X AU ~~aii TI . _ W No. 178 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1923 EIGHT PAGES E c 'EA OFFICIALLY1BREAKS TIES TOBOOKS NC GOOD I AR {I s OI IE ENE :i ;T { I l II p1Student ahetcbooks willI lii ilsii U. SUD NT Inot admit anyone to the _ofr j once track m(-et tomorrow. This statement w as grade by the Atli- JI # 3ltie association ticket office I BIB FAREWE[LL TO EIIG C IFH trja~ reuto h .t y$ T ODCTLau A pit eseday s...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 2

…T" VtN DAILY .r. .,..CTCNDAL f ._ Sir Ho'r I Sir Robert ihome has succeed Stanley Bald ellor of the exchequ( 'ho recently succeeded ritish premier, appoin ETIES TDO C "lessor ' The above action has been deemed { Gyms t( Be U'sed for Registration Heinm Comp~any hfas Student Work isition and th n furish;l details to advisable because of the fact that it is Becauise of limited space, the Sep-. H. J. Heinz company, will have a those who ...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ILLlI Ill'RK1 °rf. Brurnr Will, Direct Senior Play IJune 14, 'on an open air stage. He has made Senior and Junior Girls' plays a 4' nc f a irn .ltn r Mrs. M. Cake, Saturday, Mrs. Yates #'Adams; Armory, Friday, Mliss Martha £ WOMEN SIGN 'ISORSIIIP i r. u woman who will be a Juniorf ar will be required to pay a dvisor tax of 75 cents, it was at a meeting of sophomore held yesterday afternoon in 'aswell Angell hall. Thi...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 4

…'i IE IMid IGAN DAILY many more first rate offerings can small group of leaders necessary to be easily supported should be evident run this important university funs- th1 ough the very fact that so much tion, did not appear. money is necessarily spent in trips to Detroit to see many of the better . CAMPUS OPINION I y - ._...._......_ ._ . GIFTS 1A'1' U7J ALI mAkIIVAy i :y morning except Mondayi ersity year by the Board in entV Publicati...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 5

…R -I SS - S.. -5- M E O C M ISATO N A IM' To IUll ASI? ASS ('uoOEvIIAsTIO N i { SENJOR ACTIVITIES Eiubody ing .a complete resiti e of the activities of the class of '4,the Junior Literary Class lBook wvas gent, to members of the class yeAst reay Its avoWed purpose as stated in the "Foreword" is to serve as a "unity- ing -factor which, it is hoped, will contribute to avery successful bear- . ing of next ycar's responsibilities." The frontis...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 6

…1 :9. £A~.. £A'%0x11Jr3A~l.JPA. a d , ,, ... i nWiuinrY Yi iKYi YMifly i° i i i rPr d .. r rirrr rir li r "_ .. . .......... u.., r,,,v..."°id rw=O r'+' ' CK ATHLETES READY FOR', PRELIMS IN B6 TEN CA (Continued from Page One) wa will be another school.that be very much in evidence when 0tarter's shots begin to sound out. 'les Biookins is one of the fastest Flers who ever jumped over a and is said to be the only man eyer got over...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 7

…'SHE MICHIGAN V2A!Y 1 I THIS COLhUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M ClssfidCos .Suits W CIAL c 77 Sut1wt extra Trousers HIOUSECLEA1~N~IN$3-$8.4 WE make Your house clean without ij hRAECLfYEI paint. We do troth Interior and ex- N:.--o.. Sh!t4 , .sf 6DVERFI SING tenior washing. City House Clean- ,eplies are at the fake, 18, 12, DM, CNC, CNS, MC,. , A FF GCIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED.. RAT~ES ,ssified Rates. Two cents a word y, .paid in advance. Minimum...…

June 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 178) • Page Image 8

…PO~ ICIGAN VAIIJ\ 0 FFIC I AL BLLTIN' the Bulletin Is coostructlve notice to all meubn Copy received initl 21.n D. .(11:30 R. iM. flarmay.) dterature, Science, aad the Arts, the Bliologicat Sta- Emnbalming; and Sanitary Science, Public Health raris O'fice, University Hall the Ii 21,-i a. in.-1d 44 ). . a. In, and 2-4 p. in. a. In., daily. Of En.gIineering 8and1Archtect'e.,--In the ,lng inee 4t'.~ and Ad« 23, ,25---12 a mi., and 2-5 p. ...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…WARNER LY Atr Datli INA]Vl I CTO~ NO. 152 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRIG AN SHIPS NEWV YORK~ . I 'Frolic, Tickets S I " Will Be Put Oan Sale Tomorrow SE Tickets for the Freshman Frolic to be held Friday night in thie assembly ktfoidi ',i hall of the Union, 'will go on general M" sale at 9 o'clock; tomorrow morning at the desk in the main lobby in the fan- ion. They will remain on sale all ...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…ThAlCIGNDAL 'hie a tiher Colk P (lfl Ho? Ye Beauties! Portrait Painter Says, "You Ain't" LITS AM)" EN0UXEERS TO Vote in the campus elections to-, # RE'C1IYE CALPS AN'D GOWNS morrow. down ithie scalper a cell devised by those in Junior Prom whereby1 !ase~ tickets will have nce committee a photo- selves. On the night of Iers of tickets will be h their photos and re- ,nee if the resemblance for Callifornia'%S memorial stad'ium. A large 500...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…THE MCHIGAN DAILY Wyvern, junior wvomen's honorary society, will sell blue hooks in_ the, Library and University hall from 101 to 11 o'clock for the remainder of tlhej senester. During examination :, blue, books will be on sale at all times. E Courtiers and fairies for the Seniorl Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock -to- day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The schedule for th e spring tennis tournament has been posted in Bar- bour gymnasium. T...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…THE '!.MICI GAN DA-LY . ..: ... ._. , ..,.,. .~ganx delegates returned from the { I7 __ _ _ _ _ _meeting, however, feeling that' the WEDTO IA C MM N epF 4S'~: FTE iprogressing with greater facility than 'f/ - tL IE ,Y01?T HUiIGAX inr many of the eastern schools. Some# 3tA '1 fT Publishie4 every "morning execept Mondayo1 te-agr ntttai5srast e li, 1IRE Al) FOR ART -riug gthe University year by the Board i ofrth larger ns(itatiarsdsurpssothe...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 5

…THAE MICHIGAN DAILY dl Notes MUSIC AND ('laen- Whtlil BariiICI______ THE CAMPUS BALLOT 4 Fotlowing Is - colly of the All- camupus ballot as It will lappear Wveduts- hIay when. students will select leaders in aiCtITIeS for the comong ye r. Clarence Whitehill. the distingui ih- ed baritone who will sing the role' fltr lenu Ftl Ici l of the Iliblh Priest in Sarnson and7 SingiaNvith assurance, beauty, and Delilah" at the last May Festival c...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .-a. .,. ..:' M %Elllllwwj rir wr . yq ..WA- .1 1 -- .,!I' t , -,Ar _ . . ~ _..: STERS SHARE EL5 AT MEETS ach Farrell (leased With Showings of Men at Drase and Penn Relays LOOKER FAILS AT' RECORD WREN POLE BREAKS I NTAULT 3uccess greeted the Wolverine track- rs both in the East and West where y turned in more than their share places and Coach Farrell states at he Is satified with the showing of s men at both...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

…AN DAILY AA _ talIte ms pa Sigma vs. Delta Chi, Tau Delta Phi r vs. Phi Delta Theta; 7 oclock, Delta i Upsilon vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Ac- I from Page Six) i acia vs. Phi Beta Delta, Sigma Nu vs. s. Theta Chi, diamond 4, Phi Kappa 'T'au, Sigma Chi vs. Tau Ep-' vs. Acacia, diamond' , silon Phi, Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phi Epsilon T v5_ Tau Delta Phi (iia- Pi. .. I PRflFESSORS END CQ~ETD Chicago Official Is Indicted In Booze Scandal IVl. 1u ...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 8

…TiItEW. MICHIGAN DAII \__________ , ..... ..,,.... OFFICIAL BULLETIN the Thlletin Is constructive notte to all wernbers of Copy received until ^:-V P. im. (11:30 a. Zn. Sahirday.) TrESDAY, 1 A 1 19.;Nunmber 142 I to Deans: here will be no conference of the Dean Wednesday, May 2. Pleas change of plan. M. L. BURTON. frets' Cetiletes: 01. Seniors. In the College t Literature, Science, and the Arts and in 3 lhool of Education who expect t...…

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...…

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…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 ...…

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