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May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…£STABLISHED 189 0 '1 g Lw1 4ai1 MEMBER ASSOCIATED1 PRESSr VOL. XL. NO. 157 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1930 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS BOILEHRKER NINEIEmns t;Uo Ad~res DEFEATS MICHIGAN' TO GAIN FIRST WIN' RUO EFUSED PERMIT, BY REGENT ACTION Board Denies Union Permission to Operate in Competition With Local Dealers. ACCEPT $10,000 GRANT Palo, Purdue Left-hander, Keeps1 Wolverine Hits Scattered to Win by 5-1 Score. I ...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…"SHE MICHIGAN DAISY RATTTP.T)AV VAV IA lQqA * --t * T H I HI A )a n-.. i 4. L. IVLLJkj UV I E.1nljL l I, :Ylti Y lu, 1JSU LIBRARIANS PLAN 'Wekly Conferences 1 Novel Method of '.Sky Writing' Comrmunication_ DENT ALC"AT.ALO+GiofHealth Institute I Developeda ; Said .to be of Greait MidlarhVaue More than 20 universities were, fIiie o uim A new type o"sy wiig" wslion of the map, the observer, by o kwti wa;represented at the meeting of den- Fo...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…4 - SATtmDAY, MAY 10, 1930 PHI SIGMA ADMITS TWELVENEW MEN, Huber Speaks at Spring Banquet of Honorary Biological Fraternity. Twelve new members were mit- lated into Phi Sigma, national hon- orary biological fraternity, Thurs- clay night at a banquet in the Un- ion. Dean G. Carl liuber, of the Grad- uate school, spoke on "The Viccis- situdes of Research," remarking that, "Lucky breaks in research of- ten lead to new methods and new discoveries....…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MCHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 10; 1930 Published every morning except Monday wring thie U.niversity year by the Bonrd is Contol of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editoral Association. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dis- Y atches credited to it or not otherwise credited n this paper and the local news published herein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Ar...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE 4. Ns i PLANS BEING COMPLETED FOR LANTERN NIGHT; DOOTHY M TOUFF'30, GENERAL CHAIRMAN, APPOINTS COMMITTEE AIDS Traditional Ceremonies Will be Observed on Palmer Field the Night of May 27. SENIORS TO BE GOWNED Freshman Pageant to be Staged Followed by Serpentine March of Classes.. Plans for Lantern Night, which is to be May 2, have been started by the central committee which had its ...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…FACtSX THE MICHIGAN D~AILY SATURDAY, MAY 10, 193,0 11 L TO CL ASH KITH EL M ILLINOIO IE TOO iy STARS WILL METHI RAS W E r I MEE T IN T\DAYE E ITI [ \\\\_ ___LAY____Y PLAY ACCOUNT OF GAME 1 lR ET ILLINOIS TODA.Y UIfiIUL IlUllI ILL Montague or Comptoti to Hurl Against Crippled Illini; Fielding Picks Up. GAME TO BEGIN AT 3:30 Well down in the Western Con- ference baseball standings as a re- sult of the5to 1 defeathanded it yesterday...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…SATURDYMAY 10, 1r='0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE S~ .a .. _ '.. Michigan and Chicago 4 IMPROVED MAROON SQUAD I Linksmen, Under Coach True- blood, Boast One of Strong- est Teams ir History Fresh from the easy win over the Spartans last Wednesday the Wolverine mashie swingers will clash with a stronger Chicago team today in the last conference game before the long trip. With the vic- tories over Purdue and Ohio State under their belts and ...…

May 10, 1930 (vol. 40, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…F'ACIE lIIIET THE MICHIGAN DAILY- DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Pulicatlon in the of the University. dent until 3:30 p. VOL. XL. Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- m. (11:30 a. m: Saturday) SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1930 No. 157 NOTICES Automobile Regulation: Students whose parents will be in Ann Arbor over the week-end, May 10 and 11, and who wish to drive for their parents' convenience d...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…rABLISHED 1890 AVa AW MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVER SITY OF MICHIGAN Y VOL. XLI., No. 157. EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1931 PRICE FIVE uul d .. R S BUTLER URGES FOUNDATION TO AI DEPRESSION STUDY GOULD DISCUSSES ANA ARC TIC WORKI GOULD DESCRIBES POLAR EXPEDIION !. 3 Alumnus, Officer of Food Corporation, Talks at Luncheon Here. CALLS DROP OMAN-MADE' Says Institution...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…lTHE MICHIGAN DAILYp p 9R IHf~ N 0 J. M. Barrie I'eaches Seventy-First Year eputies Favor Foreign cies of Veteran Statesman. ay 9.-)---The way. to presidency was open to- ristide Briand, veteran ister, if M. Briand Ae- y that he wa.nts that Luich dignity and little Says Institution Would Provide Jnsuralice Againist Whar on Present Order. (Continued from Page 1) "If, by stabilization, we mean complete stabilization, with never a ripple on...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CR1URCHES PLNNED FOR MOTHER' AY Special Observance Arranged. by Most Ministers; Marley Will Tell of Jane Addams. BRUMM TO GIVE TALK Dr. Harrison Will Describe His Life Among Arabs; Heaps' Topic Is Influence.' ROOSEVELT SAILS FROM NEW YORK TO VISIT HIS MOTHER, ILL IN PARIS_ i Tuesday at 8 p. m., in room 3201 raily Official Bulletin A. '. Professor Grove of Michigan State College will discuss "Recent (Continued from Pag...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 10, ... 75 t hingswhich should be given to." K I I1 1 -bp t+iAnv,+ avr1xwhichit is vervt f~ r l iP1 MUYSIC AND DRAMAtij 1 [ l 1 ._ _ .1 i . A. RIChARDS Walt Whitman insisted that "they are few whose scale can measure the unspeakable value to man of literature." I. A. Richards startled the critical world about 1925 by publishing a book, The Principles of Literary Criticism, which, taken superficially, seem...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…lost:1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 -- . - _ s -z - z .s 4 'II ,d._.._. .' . .. FRESHEN WOMEN ISSUE IITATIONS FOR PATRONESSES Ask Faculty Members, Wives to Act in That Capacity for Annual Pageant. TO BE GIVEN MAY 26 Event Sponsored by Freshmen and Women's Athletic Association. Patrons and patronesses for the Lantern Night ceremonies to be held' May 26 at Palmer field were announced yesterday by Elizabeth Gardner, '32, chai...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rackmen Splash ay tc T R P\ E TO uIN verines Win Nine Firsts Minnesota's Six; Tolan Takes Century. By Wilbur J. Myers. to' unning in a miserable down- ,r and handicapped by a soft k covered inches deep with er in places, the Wolverine Var- track teamchampion of the Ten,, splashed its way to an rwhelming victory over the Min- ota Gophers yesterday after- )r on Ferry field to open and e, as far as this campus is con- t...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…'THE MICHIGAN DAILY TY COLFEBS IT WILDCATS1 YESTERDAY'S HOME Webb .... ..... . . Re (haman RS ALL-CAMPUS GOLF TOURNAMENT TO, d sox START MONDAY OVER NEW LAYOUT . t S I Y2% k _ ADVE TISING er sorority or fraternity. Mrs. Harriet E. Miller. 15073 Greenview Blvd., Detroit. 6 FOR SALE LOST oyston Wades Through Sloppy' Faivways Pin Morning for Best Individual Card. Playing under conditions any- .ing but conducive to good golf, Achigan yester...…

May 10, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T OFFICIAL BULLETIN cation h the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members 3 University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to resident until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. XLI. SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1931 NO. 157 Additional Notices on Page 3 ' NOTICES esident and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on st two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the es, their friends, and...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…TABLISHED 1 890 I Jr r 4 710 ,4 .r MEMBER ASSOCIATED i4 f I' 3- I PRESS I VOL. XLIL No. 158. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy, local rains. PRICE FIVE CENTS . ' - -- '-________________________ LE BRUN H AS C LE AR FIELD IN FRANCE'S PRESIDENTIAL RACE Painleve's Withdrawal Clarifies Situation; Deemed Fitting by Senate.: TARDIEU WILL RESIGN Premier's Cabinet May Remain in Office Until New Cha...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - _ __ _ Wins, Coveted Award fUO~llIT~~ll ANCIENT GREEK CITY OF SOKNOPAIOU rr~wIR1,'V'~ESOS DISCUSSED BY BOAK AT CAIRO sr y-The history of the city of Sokno- is in a better state of preser 'ation Ladies mo ta^ixcnuisfrmcvtr wsasmwatdmgdI Leadher s - .ApaL ,iou Nesos in Greek or Dime, coy- Among the surface finds of the ex- I Lspt M r i_.'. rI F¢atiii ctLhe third century B.C. until three Iinscription recording the dedica-2...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…" THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY ennis Match Is Called After Four- Hour Batti METS FINA SET HALTED BY DELUCE:i WILDCATS IN LEAD Advance Agreement of Coaches Voids Results of Wet Net Struggle. PURPLE TEAM STRONG Northwestern Takes First Three of Six Matches; Wolves Win Next Two. by Albert H. Newman "No contest" was the final verdict of a wet four-hour struggle between Michigan's varsity tennis team and Northwestern's netmen ye...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ;;=;.g ?ublished every morning except Monday du by the Board in Control of Student Publica Mfember of the Western Conference Editorial The Associated Press is .exclusively entitled cation of all news dispatches credited toi ed in thi. paper and the local news publish hntered at the Pust Office t Ann Arbor, I rnatter. Special rate of postage granted1 naster General. ubscription by carrier, $4.00; by mail, $4. )Ufices: Ann A...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…....... . .......... ... .... . ..... .... Av M -i GARBO PROVES PEERLESSNESS 1S ___ ~s History o Sororities NwPA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA [By Mar garet O'Brien] Junior Honor Society Collects Women in Dance Groups to Be Ni , Although it was secretly organiz- I Kappas; the Rose McGill fund, a I Neop ytes in tMchligamua ed as early as March, 1870, Kappa gift fund for Kappas in special Canvassed for Necessary Fashion. Kappa Gamma did not make its loan...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ . )AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN 'ublication in the f the University. he President until Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Copy received at the office of the Assistant to 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. 10,. XLI.L TUESDAY, MAY 0, 1932 No. 158 NOTICES President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to students Wednesday, May 11, from four to six o'clock. This will conclude the teas for the prcsent academic year. NOTICE...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…Partly cloudy, not quite so cool today; tomorrow increas- ing cloudiness followed by rain. ig f&,AriAVA w VOL. XLIII No. 159 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1933 Tax Bill, Virtually' Unaltered, Is Sent To Floor Of House Council Plans Discussion Of Campus Beer Interfraternity Group Consider Drinking Brew In Fraternities To Of Committee Respects Gov. Comstock's Desire To Retain Original Form Bitter Struggle In Legislature ...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the rniversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until :30; 11:30 a. ni. Saturday. i c . XLIII WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1933 No. 159. NOTICES< President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the University on Wednesday, May 10, and on Wednesday, May 17, from four to six o'clock. Notice to Sen...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…lY, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG From the PRESS BOX By John Thomas College Baseball Wesley Feser Wildcat Football ) L L E G E baseball eeldom pays. Coach John Kobs, of Mich- igan State, experi- enced considerable difficulty this year in completing his schedule as the ex- penses of visiting teams would force :n extinction of his .- sport. So he guaranteed the visiting teams' room and board and has been able to keep his guarantees through the co...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IGAN DAILY '. i _ ° -_ -_ \,. .'_ --=Aj ' ' d%' -'- ".. r' quiring practical knowledge in the field of jour- nalism. So soon as The Daily swings away from Iithe more or less free position which it has always jnjoyed, so soon will it lose its sphere of influence and its value to the student body and to the University. The same holds for the other two pub- lications. Newspapermen, acquainted with the problems of e publicat...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS SOCIETY Frosh Lantern Dance Tickets Now For Sali Max Gail's Orchestra T Provide Music At Leagul F or'Girl's Date Night' Tickets for the Freshman Lante Dance, May 27 at the League, w: go on sale today priced at $1, a cording to Jean Seeley, ticket chai man. Max Gail's 10-piece orchest has been selected. As it is to be a "girl's date night various freshman women have bee assigned to sell tickets to sororiti and dorm...…

May 10, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY *omorrow Is Roosevelt Greeting Argentine Economic Envoy First Day Of Camp Tag Sale 350 Underprivileged Boys - Will Be Given A Fresh Air Summer Vacation Tag Day, the occasion for cam- pus sale of tags to support the Uni- versity Fresh Air Camp for under- privileged boys at Patterson Lake, will start at 8 a. m. tomorrow, it was announced by Robert A. Os- trander, '34, who is in charge of the alec. Located about 25 miles nor...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Local showers or thunder- storms; cooler in southwest portion today. Tomorrow fair. L Bktigan :4Iai i Editorials A New Interfraternity Council . VOL. XLIV No. 159 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Student Aid Is Asked For Homecoming Mutual Interest Between Parent And University Stressed By Ruthven Plan Varied Events For Spring Event Tickets For The Family Banquet Are On Sale At Union And League A...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILYItOF ICIAL BULLETIN Puatluon. In the Biletiato Isconstructive notice to all memrbers ,of ih tGniverslty. Copy recelved al the office of the Assistant to the Presiden~t ULunl 33; 11:30 a m. saturday. Til Coat Univ 'Mon 1009 Tc of ti and regu as fc T1 on D of t Taxi to t versi torit load anid Al siozr Outs retu. will et si door T1 the meii ciet5 fprr are fy t audi spec ~pres frorr pres I] artit dent arsb p~ros the may ...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…[URDAY, MAY 10, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Netmen To Meet Oberlin Today Visitors Rated( Highly;MeetTo Start At 3 P.M. I PLAY & BY-PLAY - By^AL NEW /MAN Ti T h~ 11 v1®M { E d pritin- Western State Matches. Called Off Because Wednesday's Rain Are Of The Wolverine netters will meet Oberlin Collegenat 3 p.m. today at the Ferry Field courts instead of to- morrow as previously scheduled. Little is known of the strength of the Oberlin...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'HE CHIGAN DAILY nondescript delegates should be invited. Such a monthly meeting would be pleasant and broaden- ing, and would in all probability both encourage the formulation of other worthwhile projects and engender the spirit that would be necessary to make them successful. Screen Reflections I - V1.4,,~. Puwished every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Large Crowd. At Opening Of MayFestival Rosa Ponselle Is Star Of First Night; Dr. Stock Conducts Orchestra Architects Strive To Reproduce Mystic Cave Of Sesame At Ball The 41st annual May Festival had a gala opening night at Hill Audi- torium. Rosa Ponselle won the ca- pacity audience by her richness of tone as -well as her dramatic inter- pretation of the compositions. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Frederick Stock ...…

May 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

… EngineersPlan Varied Events 'For Dad's Day' Prilciples Of Engineering, Equipment To Be Shown To Fathers, Guests In order to make the "Dad's Day" celebration which is being staged by students in the Engineering College tomorrow and Saturday a real success, undergraduates are going to demon- strate the use of all the equipment in the various laboratories and ex- plain the engineering principles which the equipment embodies, stated Robert Thorne...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair, cooler in northeast por- tions Friday; Saturday increas- ing cloudiness, showers south. L it gar Iati Editorials Jimination Of Automobile Deaths... On Attacking Mental Laziness ... VOL. XLV. No. 161 Campbell Confirms New Post Noted Professor Will Be On Columbia Faculty In 1936, IsReport Ruthven, Regents Are Not Informed Authority On Shakespeare Will Leave Michigan For New York City (Special to The Daily) LOS ANGELES, M...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRID)AY, MAYl 0 LAT WIRE NEWS DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN a in the ticonstructive notice t al membersat until 3:30; 11-0 a.rn. Saturday. Dramatic Season Choices Are Shown To Be Excellent Ones Classified Directory FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 VOL. XLV No. 160 } .. Hamilton Smiles As He Awaits Electric Chair HUNTSVILLE, Tex., May 10- Friday --(1)- Raymond Hamil- ton, convicted murderer, was electrocuted at 1:19 a.m. here today. ...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…MAY 10,1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY U - Z;;;; - Varsity Meets Buckeye Nine In Game Today Larson And Peters Will Be Opposing Moundsmen In First Contest Of Series Tilt Starts At 4:05 Milt Meltzer May Replace Vic Heyliger In Attempt To Strengthen Hitting Michigan and Ohio State, fourth and third place clubs respectively in the Big Ten baseball race, will play the first of a crucial two-game series today, to determine which team will go on to chall...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN .DAILY 4 ulates a list of "do's" and "don't's" and attempts to live up to them with ascetic vigor. But while physical laziness will be one of the first faults to receive attention, mental sloth is very apt to be overlooked. The correction of mental laziness involves three specific points. One is that we should not seek out acquaintances who are inferior to ourselves in mentality, just because being more intelligent than our frie...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY Architets all To Be Attended By 300 Couples Fantastic Costumes, Jess Hawkins And 'Cartoon' Decorations Featured Plans Homecoming Nearly 300 couples will enjoy th unique "cartoon" decorations, th music of Jess Hawkins and his Vir ginians, and the fantastic costume of the dancers at the Architects' Bal tonight in Granger's Ballroom. Richard M. Robinson, '35A, gen eral chairman, will lead the Ball, and his guest will be Alm...…

May 10, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…THENiICHIGA N DAILY RIDAY, WAY 0, 1935 + THE SCREEN + I AT THE MICHIGAN1 "LIVING ON VELVET" A First National picture, starring Kay Francis. George Brent, and Warren Wil- liam. Directed by Frank Borzage. This type of picture, a sophisticated, flimsy, dressy problem play, isa per- fect vehicle for Kay Francis, who, without lavish clothes, her baby-talk r's, and something to look worried about, would have a pretty hard time putting herself ac...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Occasional thundershowers today and tomorrow, somewhat cooler. - mommur ig4r SirF Iai3 Editorials Toward An Actual Democratic Idealism . . Lucky Mark Twain! ... VOL. XLVI No. 157 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1936 PRICE 5 CENTS Illinois Team Overwhelmed ByMichigan Wolverine Championship Big Ten Track Squad Scores Nine Firsts High Hurdle Record Smashed By Osgood, Sam Stoller Winm Victory1 Over Bob Grieve And Indians...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN iXIL SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1936 LATE WIRE NEWS Militant, Aggressive Auto Union PolicyPresaged In Convention Classiflied Iii reeE ory Monopolists Are Assailed By Borah CLEVELAND, May 9.- () - Senator Borah (Rep., Ida.) to- night asserted a segment of the Republican leadership was fos- tering a monopolistic system which brings "a scanty meagre living for the vast majority and almost incalcuable wealth for the few." Appealing in a ...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…THE ®MICHIGAN DAILY ''-P LEPL and the PHILADELPHIA ORC HESTRA Will Open the 43rd Annual Wednesday, Ma y 13th, 8:30 P.M. in a brilliant program of WvAGNER-BAC H - qI LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, will lead the Philadelphia Orchestra. Prelude to "THE MASTERSI NGERS" Prelude to "LOHENGRIN" "TRISTAN UN D I SOLDA" Love Music - by Wagner Toccatnara Fugue in D minor Aria Fugue in G minor Come, Sweet Death Passacag I is -by BacH EARL V. MOORE w...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA AY, MAYl 10i, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I .. 4im- Publisned every morning except Monday during tho University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. 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 newspaper. All rights of republication of all other matter...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE U Yellows, Blues Box Score Play 0-0 Tie In FIRS Football Battle Ohio 8~at( Raudabaugh, ss. Freshmen Show Up Well Waysik. f3b ... In Annual intra-Squad Kiimoski, if. Game At Stadium Spery, lb ST GAME I AB R .3 0 .4 0 .4 0 .3 0 A4 0 .3 0 0 4 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 6 1 1 1 0 A 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 1 3 E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Janke, Jordan Good Passing By Barasa Gives Edge To Coach Weber's Men As 3,500 Look On By RICHA...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, TIWAY 11 mWomblow Magazine Drive Sponsored By League Council The Undergraduate Council of the League is sponsoring a drive to sell the Michigan Alumnus Magazine, which starts tomorrow and is to con- tinue for two weeks. The drive, which will be held in cooperation with the publication, is to raise funds for the League's scholarship program. Tables will be placed in Angell Hall, in the engineering school and in va...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…MUN DAYMAY 1, 1936 THE MICHIGAN AILY PAGE SEVEN League Is To HoldReception As Part Of Homecoming Celebration : ; _ Receiving Line Of League Tea Is Announced House Reception, Social Commitees To Assist In Ballroom Heath Is In Charge Fraternities And Sororities To Include Affair In House Parties As part of the regular plans for this year's Homecoming celebration there is to be a reception from 4:30 to 6 p.m. next Saturday at both the Union ...…

May 10, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1936 Mm Puli'tzer DAVIS' Fiction Winner Is Mere Apprentice Work Of Novelist Awards Stir Dissension Among Critics Russian Noblewoman Or Cosmopolitan Adventuress? Competent But U I Wins $I,oo F HONEY IN THE HORN by H. L. Da- vis. Harper & Brothers. 1935. By MORRIS GREENHUT "I had originally hoped to'include in the book a representative of every calling that existed in the State of Oregon during the...…

May 10, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Partly cloudy today, warmer; tomorrow generally fair, and warmer. all 3k igtau ~Iait& Editorials Not So A move toward Peace?. I VOL. XLVIIL No. 158 ANN ARBOR, MIcIMGAN TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1938 RICE FIVE CENTS Big Fireworks1 I~ageant Endsi ,.litlerSojourln Wail 11 Duce Special Train Rushes Nazi, Chief Through Brenner Pass Toward Germany Italians Mobilized In Farewell Move FLORENCE, Italy, May 9.-(P)- Adolph ditle tonight head...…

May 10, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1938 $1,290 Netted Asks War Preparation ByHillel Drive One More Week Is Left To Reach Quota Total contributions have amounted <-( R to $1,290 at the end of the first week 1W of the $3.000 fund drive being con- ducted oy the Hillel Foundation in connection with the national five mil- :Un a tra lion dollar campaign of the Joint Dis- (C trilbutioh Committee of -New York to aid Jews in Europe, Samuel E. Grant, ...…

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