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December 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER POSSIBLY SNOW; j COLDER I ailg ASSOCIATED PRESSA- DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXIX. No. 60. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1918. PRICE THREE CHOCE SGHEDULES GIVENWLVERINES Athletic Director Bartelme Succeeds In Arranging for Big Games on Three Programs COURT CONTESTS NOW ASSURRED; GRID AND DIAMOND DATES SET Athletic Director Phillip G. Bartelme returned yesterday from Chicago, with a series of the choicest ...…

December 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 60) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, t htin which he could be asked, in the interests of Michigan, to preface his IAL NEWSPAPER AT THE remarks, say, as follows: In deliver- TIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ing this lecture, I speak as a repre- ed every morning except Monday sentative of the security league, not he university year by the Board in if Student Publications. as a member of the University of R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michigan faculty'." sociated ...…

December 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 60) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _____ _ _ ~A~-KA~) '--' -. - ' ., . V e r gf i. Now 3 YOSTMEN NAMED ON ALL CONFERENCE TEAM STEKETEE, GIVEN GOETZ AND VICK FIRST BIG TEN I HONORS back position to that of half back on GYMNASIUM TO BE the all western team. Eckersall ex- plains the shift by saying that Steke- tee is an all around back, and be- r cause of his kicking and passing abil- Preparatory to concentrated track ity, right half was the place f...…

December 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 60) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, THE MICHIGAN OAILY TUESDAY, I * * * * * * * * * * T THE THEATERS TODAY hubert-Garrick, Detroit - "Oh, k'" ajestic- Marguerite Clark in t of. a Clear Sky." rcade-Carlyle Blackwell and lyn Greeley-in "By Hook or ok." Star comedy "Please Hit and News Weekly. , 7uerth - Florence Reed in ves of Men," and also com- * escapes from jail, taking refuge in * South America. * The resemblance between the two is * so startl...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…E WEATHER MOBABLY RAIN AND COOLER S~r Mit ij~twn 4:3attA&V x ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE 1 . No 35. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1918. PRICE THREE C ICHIGAN AVENGES1905DEFEAT;WINS 13 TO VICTORYfROM CHICAGOTEAM; STEKETEE'S KICKING FEATURE OF GAME CAGO'S TERRITORY SEES MOST OF YESTERDAY'S BATTLE ETZ RUNS 50 YARDS I'm OR FIRST TOUCHDOWN ne Is Largely a Punting Contest Between Steketee and Elton Stek Wins :a...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…HE MICHT GAN DAILY NEWSPAPER AT THE l RSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday iversity year by the Board in dent Publications. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :ed Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis- d to it or not otherwise credited and also the local news pub-i the postoffice at Ann Arbor,I econd class matter. s by carrier or- mail, $3.50. iArbor Press Building. iness, 960; Editorial, 2414. ions not to exceed 300 words, ...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

… - - , \ _ -- __ 7-; I A ,m U 1905 SN UT-OUT (Continued from page one) Ls misfortune brought the Chi- team back on its feet. They now a to fight, and Michigan earned yard they made from then un- e end of the game. The remain- f the first quarter, the whole of econd, and the majority of the , saw the game on practically qual footing, not counting the score. However, during no time ;he Wolverine goal in danger nor here much of the game p...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUN v HEATERS * D MONDAY * * hy Gish in "The * * Moore in "Just * "Smiling Bill" * s of a Feather." * red Harris in * I the Woman." * * ALPHA NU DEBATING SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING AND ELECTION Alpha Nu Debating society met yes- terday afternoon. The question, "Re- solved that a commercial boycott be imposed on Germany after the war," was debated. E. 0. Brinkman, '20, defended the affirmative, while S. L. Kennedy, '22, argued...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…T1IE MICHIGAN DAILY ON EX-EMPEROR. ED AS THAN MARTYR INSTIgATOR STRIFE RATHER OF dream of world dominion obsess- the mind of Emperor William nged the world into war. Upon and the tremendous military eng- of destruction of which he was embodiment, the, exponent, and leader, rests the responsibility 'of berately planning and bringing ut the greatest conflict the world ever seen. did not matter to the world that emperor's personal share in t...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUr AT THE WHITNEY Richard Carle in "Furs and Frills," announced as the attraction for the iitney on Sunday, Nov. 17. Mr.' rle has a role which shows him in ghtly different lines from any here- ore essayed by him and he is prov- an even greater laughing suc-. s than ever before. There is plen- of good sparkling comedy, a typical rle beauty chorus, tuneful music, 1 attractive costumes. A brilliant st of 50 entertainers will ...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

… THE AHE VOL . X X,' N . 8. . I 4Vp reola :43 at tx ASSOCL PRE DAY AND NIG BEBOV] ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,- 1918. PRICE j .. FR KLS 1AZEOIN x0 £ via r FY rtE U. S. EXPECTS NOTE REPLY HUN SOON "FLU" HITS WEST; AR.A. CASES LESS a. a oii~... Y -STC;CK r2 ERK, JURIES. :~e~, des hiind:Entire A.;. .,~sw~at~ ie occur- red n ti~. i. r~v ~tr,,oom yes- terda ~ £~~.Pou. khr Yenwere seious . l l' L -1. a. r" 3:. ;i.. l a...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…FOR LIBERTY I " TA M ~l T' RAT THE 'd ry morning eccept Monday umwersniy year by the Board in OF TI ASC!ATED PRESS rt~ as i ~ I entitled t,,s'.'bt a inor a': news dis- edited t ; or not othxrwi:e credited q and 4lso the iot news pub- at tie post oifie at Ann Arbor, As 2.Ci:Vld CLass n i':1.L" a Caier Ofn7111 a3.50'. Alin AL-rbos ?s9 1uilding. sinass. 96'0; 1$dito-ia, 2414. Licat ons not to ex-cd :o words, ,he :Sgunture not tcEs$rly to ap- it,...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY iNEXT MONTH I N TO START SEASON MONTH; MICHIGAN BACK NEXT MINNESOTA, OLD RIVAL SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 13 Chicago, Northwestern, Minnesota and Ohio State to Oppose Yostmen in November With four conference games sched- uled as the opposition for Michigan's pigskin stars during the month of November, the season of 1918 promis- es to be more interesting than in a number of years. The final decision of a committee of representat...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURStD RER MICHIGAN MAN WRITES SPORT ARTICLE RYIY ILOUIS, '20, GETS SIGNED STORY IN A. E. F. NEWS- PAPER 'ormerly a member of the Michi- Daily editorial staff, First Ser- nt Harry R. Louis, '20, who en- ,ed in the University of Michigan t'of the Ambulance corps has been gored by having a signed article by iself, appear in the Stars and Lpes, the official newspaper of the iks in France. ouis waIT sent with a part of the t t...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

….,.. .. ;H HEREI CROWS COMING TO ANN AROR TO HEAR CARUSOI -1 taken , now theaters and oth- aces is still to be give the S. A. T. he S. N. T. C. a NAVY ire still 18 vacant places in T. C. which must -be filled Alunteers will be accepted nrolled in any school or col- se University. All men who ested should report at room ral Science building for ex- eoman Theodore M. Schnot- o ' reported for instruction has been detailed for duty ce of Adm...…

October 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…, VI V'..rill IN UP L/ 71L L A have taken several small ER villages and straightened out line. their 6362 MICHIGAN MEN IN SERVICE, 4412 ARE GRADS.1 nued from Page One) le enemy to postpone the great St. Gobain massif and important strategic posi- on and Le Fere. esistance also is being im- he Germans against further >f the French and Ameri- hampagne and east of the rest. West of the forest ans have driven their lines the region of...…

August 10, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…R A WEEK No. 20 LL U~'h KTHE ONLY OFFICIAL -4 ~ jq>SUMMER NEWSPAPER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918 PRICE THREE CENTS I IHEMAICS HAVE IEALSIIC APPEA dive to Temperment of Young o have Longing for Theoret- eal Beauty SUBSTITUTE ECONOMICS hematies appeal to the idealis- niperament of the young, even time when they graduate from e or university, said Professor ~Ford, of the mathematics de- ent, before summer students at atu...…

August 10, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE Ube U olverf ne 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-Managing Editor Phone 2414 or...…

August 10, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…unnuuunulnriliilinmt1nIIllimoor. VuerthTheater j Aftrnoon-2:30 and 4:00 Evening-y:oo, 8:0 and ro:o Pone-sio-J PROGRAM FOR AUGUST -no--Bessie Love in "1ow Coui i, Caroline." Also News and nedy. on--n-a-Walace Reid in "Be- e M, McXanipp." Also Com- Sd-3-14-B essie arriscale in O0 aradise." Also Comedy, nakeille's Nw Shorif." Fi-15:16-Elsier guson in ne Lie." Also Holmes Travels and -t- m. Rssell in "Up Romance ad." Also News and Comedy- pheumThe...…

August 10, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…PA Dot THE WOLVERINE THE DETACHME NT NEW t daes.lyT Specialty nnmbers were also BETAHMET Frir L introduced One dance nnmber was T a " ,1 turned out, and the spotlight was cent- ered on Private Kruse as he sang Dear L:- "Somewhere a Voice is Calling." The Thursday night I strolled into the Armory Richly Decorated for Last Big affair ended by the officers and the K. of C. tent, and after buying a few Social Event of Men Before members of the...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…a jz AO I ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. 1HOLDS UP JRAFrT INQUIRY1 From Three Signal Corps s to Be Examined By Army Corps COUNCIL SETS DAY FOR SPRING GAMES' Friday and Saturday, May 17 Chosen for Annual Class Events and 18, BAND APPEARS AT 2ND SENIOR SING The second senior sing of the sea- son will be held at 7 o'clock tonight at the band stand. Robert Dieterle, '21M, will be at the sing to lead the songs, sand a bigger and bet...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…I1 that the veranda upon Riggs Turner twice p been Valsparred. Mr tea S. ' i of' Ins- the the reasons students on. The vitnessedj tate, and has been telves in > the fu- than e than this. The ,tion, along with pinking deeply on is is causing them eir senators and shington by per- ( colleges of Am- e strong element .s seeking to ob- the period of the ot written, do so Discovered at Last "Do you know what ails Chow Chow ?" "Well, I have...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…s Twn .C: CfC ' C aaava = l* -- m& 'Y L6 a 1 I Than io Seconds Of Playi George Sisler, the star first sacker the St. Louis Browns, seems to axe a habit of establishing new re- rds. In Tuesday's game at Detroit, took him less than 10 seconds to ake two assists. Two Tigers were out in the ninth, [th Pop Young at bat. Young drove liner down at Sisler, who did not ve time to beat the runner to first base, so he tossed the ball to Gallia who ...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

…IvJCHIGAN D AILY * * * * * * * * *' * * Is rrom xchanges * * * * AT THE THEATERS *I YEARLY. DAMAGE BY RATS CLOSE TO 5200,000.00G On Memorial day, May 30, the larg- est service flag in the country will be presented to the University of Wis- consin by its students in honor of the Badger men now in service. The flag, * which will contain aver 1,500 stars, each bearing the name of the Wiscon- sin man in service and his class num- eral,...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 5

…FOR F NEEDED LOALTYI OF WISCONSIN PRODUCTION SHOWN IN NEW BOOKLET Co. IN STREET TO CALL el coat, house coat, loves, evening clothes in your wardrobe, ex- we will send for them leaning them by our return them to you aculate and faultless. y us regularly to keep looking new all the ,e a lot of money by STATE PUBLICITY DIRECTOR OUTLINES NATURE OF WORK (By W. P. McGuire) "What are you going to no next vacation? Already our students are makin...…

May 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

…K aturC I I IL I EL1 I 'i. t PROF. L. J. YOUNG WARNS NATION AGAINST IMPENDING DANGER "There is no danger of timber short- age in the immediate future," said Prof. L. J. Young, of the forestry de- partment, yesterday, "but owing to the enormous amount of lumber being used for war purposes, it will occur sooner than it would have otherwise, unless steps are taken to prevent it." Professor Young pointed out that in addition to the fact th...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1918. U L I Action of Mill- loub Pact With to Be CAMP FORSUMMER STILL UNCERTAIN Michigan's summer military camp is still uncertain. Less than 100 men have signed up for the summer camp, mak- ing it an unprofitable venture for the government. The military authorities will not make further plans for the camp unless there are at least 200 to 250 men willing to undergo the in- tensive training. "Men attending such a summer ca...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 2

…and AS 10:30-"Above All Nations is Human- ity." Address on The Higher Pat- riotism and the War. by Rev. R. S. Loring. 6:30-California and Thomas Starr King. Address by Judge W. D. Har- riman, before the Student Society. The public is invited. RE]), Wlmen I Junior and senior girls from Wayne county will meet at 5 o'clock tomor- row afternoon in Barbour gymnasium to organize patriotic work. . ........... " W , Wahr's MAIN STREET oawn' .i...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

… nr SdT #... N 1 rn went aggrega- rid hard- .1 season asium. all trav- e end of Nemecek he Wol- or Ry- rhen the work it into an early e gun and man- .1's men under >art of the first suaggeu two cuu- and Weltner trav- r for a lone basket 'hese markers with Francis gave Ohio ge at half time. 'akes Lead of the second half, rted to mix things o State basketeers. se on the tip-off, Michigan, checked overcame the ad- :ennedy, the giant mbus ...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

… l NI I_ 1 I UuW 11 [ii ILU.U UUI5D00 MEN TO BUILD SHIPS OM "COME C JT OF THE V" AT THE WHITNEY, ROW NIGHT. s Speaks on World in War rend Lloyd C. Douglas will rth and last bf a series of the world in the war ar- hie Women's league and the Y. W. C. A. at 4:15 o'clock :arch 12 in Sarah Caswell . His topic is to be "Re- ie World Today." )eclusion of the program tea rved to the committee of 'were influential in making es a success. XIII Pay ...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

…n more than being dis- d hamlet of es agents of, aration has and careful second Lib- d before the and design- to work on Artistic Poster Result result is a collection of strik- ters, considered artistically and logically better than any yet ed in the two previous loan Soon they will be familiar- in store windows, on bill and all public places. ,ddition, five million window s, 50,000,000 poster stamps, '00 badges have been ordered L1 be ready ...…

March 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

…11 i l U I 11 IluuII 1iI STINCT TARGETS TO PRE. PARE MEN FOR SHOOTING AT FRONT lets will have an opportunity ;ly to practice in a gallery range ar in all respects to the regula- United States target ranges. A foot pit, which will be used by to record the hits, is now being by the workmen. om 12 to 15 targets, placed three apart, will probably be installed week. The gallery range, when ileted, will be thoroughly equip- ith a modern telep...…

January 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…Y, JANUARY 10, 1918. OF I I I WEATHER CHECKS ACTION AT FRONT French Raid Positions on Mile Front; Capture Men and Machine Guns OERMANS FIRE TORPEDO INTO MERCY SHIP; WOUNDED SAVED Casturnz Ti Justified, Curfew shall not I Cars Expected This Week rom Port Huron by Fuel Administrator Beal ITENED SHUT-DOWN OF NUFACTURERS IS AVERTED remc the that es~' the German-Russian Pace Meeting opened; Prime Ministers in Attendance Be- arloads of co...…

January 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

…University of Michigan cadet a good reason to be thorough- med of itself. The disrespect- itude shown toward the lec- this semester has indicated a e lack of breeding in many of ged college bred men enrolled. urely, is not in accord with etiquette. The rebuke finally y Lieut. Mullen is proof; but it have been meted out long ago. inconceivable how any group can be so ungrateful to the per- ) has consented to give up his a time in instructing th...…

January 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…IN BY USING BOTH ALDER1[EN FAVOR CENI WINTER AND EAS'T FOR SUTIER WITh S FOR IN INI Society I and SPRING J I Washington, Jan. 9.--While the year just closing has been one of the most eventful in the history of our nation, it has likewise been an unusual one in the crop history of Michigan, accord- ing to a report in the annual govern- ment crop report. Farmers, stimulated by the extraor- dinary needs of the country and pros- pective h...…

January 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 4

…I J'S GOIN just TR FRANCE AND ENGLAND ALSO HAVE RELIEF WORKERS IN FIELD Jassy, Rumania, Jan. 9.-(Corre- spondence of The Associated Press)-' Only relief measures on a scale equa to those caried out in Belgium would effectively meet the extreme condi- tions of poverty and suffering exist- ing in Rumania. Nevertheless the American Red Cross commission. which has been in Jassy since the middle of September, although it has not adequate means ...…

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