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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 ...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…HE WEATHER1 NERALLY FAIR AND WARNER r 41k i a ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WI] SEBVICE XVIII. No. 35. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917. PRICE THREE A MERICA TO KEEP 11 WITH RI RELIEF A MAUE STATEMENT APPLIES TO CON- TRACTS PLACED WITH LOAN MONEY OFFICIAL REPORTS OF PETROGRAD LACKING Washington Still Hopes Kerensky May Escape and Regain His Control., Washington, Nov. 9.-Russia's bat- est upheaval will not change th...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…[IC SiAl I Ul/tl., I SSOCIATED PRESS ress is exclusively entitled ublication of all news dis- it or not otherwise credit- and also the local' news al newspaper at the University of an". Publised every morning except1 ,y during the university year. red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as class matter. es: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- ns: by carier $z.5o; by mail, $3. ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Sup- re; The Delta. Phones: Business, 960...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEST At Madison, Ohio State vs. Madison. At Evanston, Michigan Aggies vs. Northwestern. At Lincoln, Missouri vs. Nebraska. At Iowa City, South Dakta VS. Iowa. At Ames, Kansas Aggies vs. Ames. At Sioux City, Notre Dame vs. Morningside.° At Indianapolis, Wabash vs. De Pauw. At Oberlin, Western Reserve vs. Oberlin. At Georgetown, Transylvania vs. Georgetown. EAST At Hamilton, Colgate vs. Connecti- cut Aggies. At Carlisle, Dick...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

… :_ --Arcade1 orders now ror : turday game and k the freshest and order is left be- y night. 7 p..-Adv. ': ral Patronize Our Advertisers.-Ady. x I s *, * * * * * * * * T * RS * , AT THE THEATERS _* * #* *' SUSPECTED GR NS TO BE01ROUNDED UP BY U. TODAY GOVERN MEINT'S PATIENCE EX-1 Garrick, Detroit - San Carlo * Grand Opera Company; matinee, "La Traviata." Evening, "Il Tro- vatore." Army Stores MenI * * C * * * * * Whitney-"W...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…N DAILY i AJ.A 'ERCOAT nothing more to you than a garment you put on to keep EXPERIENCES BRO1AD NEW TO MICHIGAN MAN CERTAIN TRAITS OF FRENCH DESCRIBED IN LETTER FROM GRADUATE warm- 't waste time at our store. haven't any such "animal." if the word "overcoat" brings to your mind a picture of m, smart, easy-fitting, comfortable outer garment that a leman wears when he leaves his home- show you our STEIN-BLOCH and MICHAELS-STERN is at Tw...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…THE T 1CHIGAN DAILY " ' Valk-Over Our vahier Women * [1 a r ' r 1 ', t I 3oot of unusual value, et distinctive style. In k brown and dark tan ssia calf, with the new r military heel. sizes: Triple A to D alk-Over Boot Shop koffdtetter, Prop. 115 S. Main Street j I Students of the University of Michigan Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line of handsome all Suits and Overcoats Smart, Clever Models - Pinch Back, Sack ...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 7

…Av V AWi4t 4tgan ijatt WWEuEWI FOOT - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1917 SCORE BY QUARTERS CORNELL MICHIGAN Ist 0 7 2nd: 0 21 3rd 0 7 4th Final 0 0 7 42 Eisendt goes in for Harris, as right end, for Cornell. Culver kicked off to Eisendt on the left, on the 35-yard line. The Cornellian was stopped on his own 35-yard line. Cross was thrown for a five-yard loss. Hoffman kicked to Weston, who kicked the ball on the Wolve...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, DIGTS ROSY FUTURE FOR 1918 WOLVERINES An economy club has been ized at DePauw university to fundis for the Sammies in P The payment of 10 cents admits dent to membership. EIGHT STARS ON EI1EVEN TO NEXT Y giant fullba Froemke, I all be on df Yost and t Lot I crowd newcol IFlet( Left half. ,n's aggregation stands out inately. Yost says that indi- they are better than last quad, and this is generally ac- iged by those ...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY *** aca Gai Wat { ', but these d the yel- has seem- )t be increased for some stand will not admit the a larger One. (NESS ON DEFEN5 HATE OF MIUH RRY BE: en, the score, b / ce in the line has proved indicap to Pennsylvania's .owerful eleven thus far a the early season games teams as Pittsburg and h defeated the Penn elev- iern team piling up a 47-0 he losses pointed out the n the lineup. Profiting by h Folwell has ...…

November 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 35) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA' .. ES NOT SEND SOTHER YEARS. ESTIMATED AT the number of the game was mark, although om Detroit and Cornell Has Won .Iost of *Games Relations Opened in 1889 and Reds Have Taken 10 of 12 Contests Played (Courtesy Athletic Program) Cornell has played Michigan 12 games from 1889 to 1917, and has suc- ceeded in piling up 348 points to the Maize and Blue's 104 points. The Michigan teamn has only won two games of the entir...…

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…4hr t an :4Iait ti ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1917. PRICE THREE CENTS U.S ILIKE SASON SAYS RE OGA America Boastfully Gave Its War Secrets to Europe and Now Must Suffer Results PEOPLE MUST BUY BONDS NOW OR WEAR 'EM IN A FEW YEARS Loaning of Money in 1917 Will Assure American Nation's Liberty in 1920 Hzralding the launching of the sec- ond Liberty Loan campaign, Reverend Lloyd ...…

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 0 ----- MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Official newspaper at the University of ichigan . Published every morning except onday during the university year. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as cond-class matter. Offices :Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- riptions: by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $3. 'ant ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Sup- ' Store; The Delta. Phones: Business, 960; ditorial, 2414. Communications not ...…

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…-,19.7 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE mil 19 1.111 PAGI 1 II T . R I pass route will probably be launched. But if Cartwright and Goetz can not SQUAD PERS NNEL cessors did, it is likely that the Yost show anything better than their prede- team will continue to depend on at- TO SUFF HtacNG by the backfield entirely. Beath, another willing, but light and Goetz to Replace Cress at End; Beath inexperienced man, will not be start- Forfeits Center...…

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

… L- I V- buinss Wh Gnteen:yu- et--mnwhs lakdstnto yuimditlI dObtehisjudgmet.odourmeapp. 1 cae neanhelpneofa hndiapto yon casooinbusiness. Menyaremastoldaneyodess laks cinyuimeitl Adler Rochudgetr Cohes ill th e elokoality. Seeanthempt yhr clasrom217i bs.instret STE~ C hentsaneas odasteydes.hI r _uu m...... ........U * U U u U k E I IIIs uu {iu uhIIhIIIIIIfh~ II~I~ m ua u m m um~~ ~ n.. .-------------- I I I I …

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE Now, Alway5 the bet for y tr m oneCY adI ion's laCes i. cMlor' and turn- I ug o Ung meCna r f y~ .. .. -. ' r . ' STATE STREET COR ARCADE T WO ST ORES MAIN STREET CUR. WASHINGTON FOl EVERYTHING No J( o nil or e arge If~~~~~~ it:ntriltve . e'~ i o I. Whave hh the inclination and the eqpmet to furnish the ' q ThyA rb ,a vin gs l B y y ank Capta nd Surplus $ 500,900 00 Reouorces . . .$84,000,0000 Northwe...…

October 10, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,1 Bef You knowt trial. Ever ' fjury of how Are you gu clothes? D you? If so, why and be decl Let us becc win you tha DRI S J4 KARL 604 East Liberty St. ore a Jury that your appearance is always on y man you meet is both judge and you look. uilty of a faulty selection in your )o poor fitting clothes stand against not acquit yourself, win the verdict ared a good dresser? ome your tailoring counsel-we'll at verdi...…

July 10, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…AT YOUR DOOR 3 IMSA WEKI Imoo ooe SEUMMERLNEWSPAPER. VOL. XIII. No. 6 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, TUESDAY JULY 10, 1917 PRICE FIVE CENTS RELATES MEXICOS CHIEF HANDICAP Professor Allen in Lecture on "Un- known Mexico" Blames Unrest to Lack of Education ILLUSTRATES TALK WITH SLIDES "The chief factor in the political and social unrest of Mexico today is the great lack of education and the extreme unpreparedness of the mass of Mexico's population for...…

July 10, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE Wuerth Theatre Matnees 2, 3:3. Nighs 6:30, 8, 9:0 Snaturdys-S doy-Contiuoso Tu- oW de ood Noellino Toe Pulsc of Lie."Al so ay So. Wed .-11-Franklyn Farnm in "The M Who Took a Chance." Aoo ftaby Show 'hur-Pr-s-3-Og Ptova i: "Teo Undyig Mane. Sa t-14-G dys Hulette o "Pots an Orpheum Theatre Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30 Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous Toes-ro-Douglas Fairbanks in "Flirting With Fate." Rebooked. ve. 5c. Wed-l...…

July 10, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE EXPLAINS COMPANY FOND AND 11USE IN WAD War Preparedness Board Urges That People Contribute for Soldiers', Benefit Lansing, Mich., July 9.-"If you are asked to give to the company fund of any organization of the Michigan national guard, give. Be as generous as you can afford to be and then a little more. For the company fund is as necessary and important to the soldier in the field as is the Red Cross" This is the message of th...…

July 10, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…THE WOLVERINE SECOND CONCERT COMES TOMORROW School of Music Faculty Members Will Appear in Program in 11111 Auditorium The second complimentary concert of the season will be given by the members of the School of Music fac- ulty at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in Hill auditorium. The program will be offered by Miss Ada Grace Johnson and Mr. Albert Lockwood. The gen- eral public is invited to attend The program is as follows: Chaconne .............…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER GENERALLY FAIR I ,ANI) COOIL ri an aiti i UNITED PRESc DAY TN!) lIGHT WIRE SERI CE 0- t VOI. XXVII. No. 155. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1917. PRICE FlVE% CI ITS TO ORGANIZE FOR DILL TODAY Students to Assemble at West Side of Campus at 4 O'clock for Roll Call ELECTION CARDS FOR WORK MUST BE IN BY ::30 O'CLOCK Men Attending Eight of Nine Periods to Be Given One Hour Credit Toward Graduation Drill for all students ...…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ----------- L- Iu1 c l e ul i ttn Daily Ilie Largest Assortment, ine woolens in the city is here for your inspection. We think you'll ee that never have you seen classier fabrics. Tailored in our in- table style in a suit to your measure, they will make you as smartly ssed as any man in town. G.H. g Merchant Tailors Wild Company STATE STREET ii Lee's Slotted Throat T E1N NiS R ACK ETS 1e Slater Book Shop 430 836...…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY II A A LL-FRSH 4T02 ).illy MNemann's Two Two-Baggers Aid In Nosing Out Score of Yearlings FIELDERS' BATTLE BIG NOTE OF SEVEN 1NNIN6S YESTERDAY Glenn Pitches Good Ball; Parks Lacks Support and Loses Game Billy Niemann's two two-baggers, together with a single by him and five more hits by his team mates brought 'victory to the Varsity 4 to 2 ir4 a seven-inning game against the All-fresh yesterday afternoon. Four errors by t...…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…THE MIC DAILY DRILL TO E DURIN IS UMMER R COURSES TO BE 1EI) IN UNIVERSITY NEXT SEMESTER OF- tary training under Major as W. Castle will be continued gh the summer session of the rsity, according to information out yesterday afternoon by ent Harry B. Hutchins. This iecided upon Monday night, when ,egents' committee on military in- ion, composed of Regents Bulk- nd Hanchett, and the deans of arlous schools and colleges, diet asident Hut...…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG 0""Wl J Coat Trousers =.A Suit Vest Simple enough. And yet how rare a thing to get a suit that really "suits." Coat that fits and drapes- Trousers that hang clean and straight- Vest free from unsightly wrinkles. Only a few manufacturers can be relied upon to turn the trick every time. Stein Block and ?Iichaels-Stern do Only a few dealers carry a large enough variety of styles and models to furnish the right suit for ...…

May 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA, U. S. ARMY SHOES 'I TAKE YOUR Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results that will not be a disappointment. L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave r. SPECIAL SALE For. Drilling Regulation Munson Armay Last Approved Government Inspection ON / ', l* Established 1905, and Growing bigger and better every day. jr SLIGHTLY Our Price $6.5...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIR AND WARMER TODAY r 131 iAa tti . UNITED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 111. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917. PRICE FIVE CEN s t *SHOW MUSICALAND TALENT9ATBOUNCE BAND PLAYING "VICTORS" OPENS ENTERTAINMENT LAST NIGHT NEW MICHIGAN SONG GETS MANY ENCORES "Whistling Caprice" Gayest.Selection on Program; More Than 5,000 Attend Affair College dramatic and musical talent was shown at its best at ...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 2

…THE] CHIGAN DAILY , I aster S- -April 8th Prepare Now ake your selection from our vast assortment of distinctive weaves and colorful blends. G. H. Merchant Tailors Wild Company STATE STREET hoice Selectionof Place Cards and Dance Programs -ie one 430 Slater Book Shop 336 S. State St. Official newspaper at the University of Mir.-igan. Published every morning except M-.nday during the university year. Entered at the post-office at A...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

… ov *4As . % dr. w Laois Aparys ren daur Otherwise Appears formidable PETE TONIGHT ST, LOUIS MEET SEES MANY STARS Tracksters Expect Victory from Detroit Y. M. C. A. Easy (Special to The Michigan Daily) Ithaca, N. Y., March 9.-The out- come of the present baseball season at Cornell seems at present to rest,' in the main, upon one thing-the de- PECT QUARTER-MILE EVENT TO SEE WARM COMPETITION .ch Farrell Has Four 1920 Men Who Have Shown E...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…CHIGANI -d .. W. BR HUSH BLACK TO SPEAK TOMORROW Tested Jtachines at Rest at Last Rusty Appliances in Engineering EDINBURGH PREACHER TURES IN TAPPAN SERIES Dr. Hugh Black will lecture at noon Ld at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening the Presbyterian church. He comes Ann Arbor under the auspices of .e Tappan Presbyterian association. When Dr. Black occupied a pulpit Edinburgh, he was one of the most mous preachers in Scotland. He was iled t...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

… I b I SPRING SHOWING Calkins IT might pay you to talk with us about exchanging your old Kodak for a new model or one with a better Cordovan s We have just received Drug another Co. shipment of lens, 308 So. State or 1123 So. Univ. Ave. this popular shoe in BLACK and TAN. Special Agncy Nettleton shoes of the new Smrt I HARVIRD ANOPRINCETON .EAD IN WAR THNING FORMER COLLEGE HAS 1,100 MEN ENROLLED IN MILITARY CORPS TELESCOPE...…

March 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATI The Cadet What more do you want? THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE "Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we will not charge you one cent fpr developing." And we still give you PEACE TIME'S PRICES. Peace Time's Quality because we are still using the same developing formula that we used before the war-we could sell our metal for a fabulous price and "get along" the same as others do but no! We m...…

January 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…AALYCOLDER TODlAY I r anA tit UNITED PRESS DAY AM) NIGHT WIRE SERVICE I 9 ----------- i VOL. XXVII. No. 73. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1916. PRICE FIVE CEN'. v PRICE F..... l1 u 1 FIRST NIVERSITY NAVA1L BATTALION s IMUSTERED TODA9Y PROMINENT MILITARY AND NAV- AL OFFICERS TO BE PRESENT DEAN COOLEY TO BE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER Margaret Cooley, '18, to Stand Sponsor For Corps; Varsity Band to Play When the last strain...…

January 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 73) • Page Image 2

…fIE NEW YEAR ilres a complete new outfit and it should be up to the standard of sperity and well being that is sure to hold sway in 1917. Our clothes measure up to it in Style, Quality and Service. C'4 e firligau :43a Au Official newspaper at the University of Mifrigan. Published every morning except M.nday during the university year. G. H. Wild Company Merchant Tailors State Street III DON 'T THROW AWAY your Dull Razor Blades We will sha...…

January 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 73) • Page Image 3

…DROPFARMER coln Advices Say Corhuskers Are Willing to Take on Wol- verines 3HIGAN WOULD NOT PLAY ON DATE REFUSED TO M. A. C. ir Year Rule at East Lansing Causes Difficulties Leading to Reports rord has reached Ann Arbor from coln, Nebraska, to the effect that University of Nebraska is .willing ancel her game against the Michi- Aggies on the 27th of October play the University of Michigan Dead. hen interviewed upon the subject erday Mr. Bartelm...…

January 10, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 73) • Page Image 4

…E GONE FIVE M RS irector Praises in7organ Turnout I Equipment for Scientific Investigation in North to Include Monoplanes and Ten Men By Capt. Robert A. Bartlett, (Commander of the Projected Bartlett Polar Expedition.) Washington, Jan. 9.-Equipped for a scientific study of the Polar regions, 800,000 square miles of which never have been sailed or trod by man, the Bartlett Polar expedition, the first purely scientific expedition to enter ...…

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