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January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…W iJi 1 1-11 RALLY FAIR TODAY I 00, Ar Aar tr t an juat 4% "!a tu DAY AND NIGHT Y SERVICE * XXXII. No. 76 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1922 PRICE FIVE t 0.6.0. FIVE WINS FROM WLVERINES BY125-22.SCORE1 UNLUCKY BREAKS KEEP CROWD, ON EDGE THROUGHOUT , GAME1 MATHER'S MEN LOSE IN CLOSING MINUTES Individual Scoring Honors Go to Ely With Total of Two Goals and Ten Free Throws Michigan lost her first Big Ten basketball game of ...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…i' ~Ar 4:D ttlu D AY A.-D NIGHT G..r.., . s...x.v.i..... ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. FRIDAY. MARCHW1t 1922 PPTf'M T.TV -. ...r, .L.1,... ..,.z. w w v i~e _ k ..llilli J.V] t - SHADOWLAND CR1T FROST AS MASTER LIIIIIVL FTING OF ER TREATY CONTENDS PACT PANESE SUB- WHO ?D BILL Hughes "But that he knows in singing n to sing," is the epitome of Robe Frost's poetry as interpreted by Ba ette Deutsch in the March number Shadowland. Miss Deutsc...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…I r Aft ia n 'I IDAY AND * ) . .,.. t ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1922 CE Of SF8RAUD TRACTS! xG[IER. IF COLLECTED ,L NEAR $100,000,000 for Investigation of Laxity in Pros- ecution of Nfichigamua On Warpath, Seeks V3rave Palefaces From behind the staring moon face, Comes the slow and solemn five booms Telling that the Evening Spirit. Wanders over woods and meadows, Lights the campfires of the heavens - Then the Michig...…

August 10, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER GENERALLY FAIR TODAlY ol 14 p #ummtr itVA6 :43 a t I ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XIII. No. 42 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS - RY GAREN TO rAPPEARIN FALL FIRST APPEARANE () FAMOU POLISH PIANIST SINCE 1917 ELMAN, KATHRYN MEISLE WILL ALSO BE HEARD Many Distinguished Artists on Pro- gram in Concert Series and May Festival Plans for the University concert se- ries and May fe...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…it tgU VOL. XXXIII. No. 14 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Alumni Interest in the newer projects of the University was again demonstrated, when it was announc- ed yesterday in the office of President Marion L. Burton that $5,000 has been given by a donor, who requested that his na me not be published, for the continued maintenance of a fellowship in creative art, in. the niversity Pres...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY ___Y.- it ~ a ai i SUBSCRI FOR YOUR IEN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922 PRICE FIVE i . r, } E i, QuoT SSanctions CONTROL Literary Galens Mysteries Shown To Sixteen POLICIES OUTLINED 200 NEEDED FOR 'MINNESOTA TRAIN Students fust Notify Union Now Intention If Train Is To Be, Secured of Sixteen neophytes; were shown the mysteries of Galens, honorary junior medical society, last nigh...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…ie A tt I Section One f ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1922 PRICE FIVE CEN' Success fulRun Of "In And Out" Marked By FinishedA tmosphere BRITISH-FRENCH 'POSITION CLEARED BY LONDON PARLEY Mc Cabe AppointedI Football Manager By Marion Koch "Leave 'em and love 'em" is the send-off Michigan can rightfully give her 17th annual Opera after the last day of its performance here. To the announcers, Caries Murray, '25, and Verno...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

…THE MIC .s .Y --------------- C . tgauT BatIg OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Waiver- sty year by the Board in Control of Studet Publications. MEMBER 01 THE ASSOCIATED PRES The Associated Press is exclusive entitled to the wee for rpulicdation ofalnew i itce crdtd toi rnt otherwise crsedted ir igae and telal news pulished tnoetherise Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 2

…THE UNIVERSITY AN [onday during the University ident Publications. roi or Su ER OF TH E ASSOCIATED PRESS exclusively entitled to the use for tches credited to it or not otherwise e local news published therein. ce at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second a: AnnA 4rbor Press Building Maynard Street. s: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414. unications not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa- ecessarily to appear in print; but as an evidence of ...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…'A-XA .A i the Unive-sitr ons. entitled to the use hr eted to it or not othser i sews published tbhreIa. Arbor, Michigfma, as "e00 r Street. s, if signed, the igna- as an evidence of faith, ae Daily at tle discre- Daly office. Unsigned e entiments expressed AFF XTOR.........BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ..........................Joseph A. Bernstein ................................James B. Young dams G. P. Overton Dawsn . M. 3. Stahl Lambrecht Pa...…

August 10, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…PAG3 TWO THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922 PAG! TWO THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922 Mart Ountmrr £ir1itpin tUiIQ OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the 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 re- publication of -all news dispatch...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…i I" L ,l 1 9 IIVLIIUJ[VII 6 10 ATHLETES [ust NTow Carry 11 Hours adlelni Work Ol side of 1V1iy-ical Courlses 1N'1ER$tS(PlONA1, C4}g 'ESS INADSABELIE Ralph IVT. Aigler, of the Law and. cha.irman of the Board "rol of Atletics,,presented his[ report at the rn eeting of the council, which was held yester- he office of the President. Ile ed three resolutions adopted Western Conferenc~e -which pproved by the council and for the University. Thefir...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…-~ ~ ~ Ml;. :iVIL.lll ~1 fand11Kelly Ad141ess'ed 3etllg' 111il11°Aid"Itorivini Yeste rday Kelly, '241., of the Student A, andl Carl Rr'andt, oif the puib- ?akin. depnainent, were the in_ a college ediucation, and urgedat the freshmen adopt somne sort of moral 'scent the University after graduation. Results of' the class nominations' will he announced in a later issue of The .Daily. . , NewsOf Te Da BAZARM'TO RAISE E~DUCATIONAL FUND The e...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…, . LY , . .au....+ r.+ ...,nd.. a+rn rte. nu r r rrr 4w rrrr ' .. _, 1Hl~w~. LI INSURnw H ranan in. German1 Prison Never BURTDNQAT NEW Y.Heard of War! PRESIDENT O[UTLINES PROBLEMS CONFRONTING UNIVERSITY EDUCATION Speaking before the National Asso- ciation of Life Insurance presidents Friday night at the Hotel Astor in New York City, President Marion L. Burton emphasized the necessity of the collegestudent taking an "active part" in his ...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

…)ER SEATS YOUR VA, B'Y A L WHITNEY THEATRE 1 SAT. -SUN., JAN. THE DRAMATIC S .NmmmddmL AMMOMMINER AMMr"4M SOBEL on ' - I;. 0. T. C. NOW ENROLLING - MEN FOR NEXT SEMESTER Enrollment. in the R. 0. T. C. may now be made for next semester at the R. O. T. C. headquarters, directly behind the pharmacology building, Major Robert Arthur, head of the unit, announced yesterday. There are already 440 members of the unit and where is room for as...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…to women one the same d suI- 'ms as1 IISONERS FACE DEATH IN RUSSIA1 CURTISS ON IN STRA 'AND GE CA TAXI 35 Cents Passenger Insured ainst Accident man if he gain the his health"? g lots of good, Pure are always sure of the best if you airy products FROM THE NN ARBOR DAIRY CD. PHONE 423 Carry an eady Fountain Pen Light a Fountain Pen. $1.00 Complete with Battery Disease and Starvation Menace 200,000 Victims of Soviet Political Puni...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…Faculty Prepafres for Diamond Battle Faculty members of the rhetoric de- partment are priming themselves in ce daily gridiron grinds for an indoor e- baseball game with the economic de- on partment. to be held soon. Rhetoric ed player chiefs are on edge to have re- ty venge for the terrible defeat last year nt *by the "Ecs," who seemed to apply the id budget system, or something, in ob- taining runs. ;_ Calendar Of Coming Events State Savi...…

August 10, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, AUGUST. 10, 1922 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL- THE DAILY'S NEW PRINTS 6,000 EIGHT-PAGE PAPERS PER HOUR, A MARVEL OF INGENUITY AND SIMPLICITY, PRINTING FROM A ROLL OF PAPER FOUR MILES LONG. WILL BE INSTALLED IN PRESS BUILDING FEW WEEKS The picture above shows the $10,000 press purchased by the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications, which will give The Michigan Daily, official University newspaper, the finest col- lege publicat...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T , ,__,_ SQUgALIFY IN DEBATE TRYOUT Inteen members of the Ohio, ran debate squad selected fron 6e1iminary tryouts held Thurs- nd Saturday of last week are :t n Athena--Celma Simonson, '23; ce Fuller, '25; Frieda Diekhoffl1 one Moriya, '23Ed; Lucile Wel- Ed; Marion Taylor, '24. Inded its-Florence Rhodes, '23; Dor- School, '24; Beulah Fox, '23; s Parker, '26; Gertrude Strat- , '23 S. of M. Portia-Cornelia r'd, '25; Mavis...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

… i 0 , , I o I - - - I imm There will be a meeting of fresh! girls at 5 o'clock Tuesday, immedia ly after the hygiene lecture in Sa Caswell Angell hall. The purpos the moeting is to elect a fresh: girls' social committee. Rehearsals for "The Knight of1 Burning Pestle" are as follows: Th o'clock, Act IV; 4 o'clock, Act V. T will be held in Hill auditorium. Chaperones for weel-end dan are as follows: Armory, Friday-M E. G. 'Heartt; Saturday-Mr...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

…A r-M Alit, .1 AZ L7I1 \ 6 aa&iLa . . W, x _ ,_. i. Wrses Stage Carnival For, .. , . . LIUUI1 I IWlL IJUlIUlII II . Benefit Of Michigan League INSAL T MICHIG N:,___ _ Charlie Chaplin with all his antics which was visited by each guest in Xi chapter of Pi Lambda.Theta, na- was1present Friday evening at the turn, l and was always crowded. i tional educational fraternity for wo- s men, was installed here last evening, Christmas carnival gi...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…~i' -. , 1' IV h - s 4 " ; 1 .,, .." . ,, ,. * , . " f. , .. vi t ' OWEQ~ VitCT r OFFICERS SENT HERE TAKE MASTER'S DEGREES s. T. E. Chandler, A. D. Mayer, T. Joy, three Annapolis grad- nd regular line officers, are tes here for the master's' de- udying high explosives in par- with basic studies in general chemistry ,After completing a year's work here, they will be sent to some industrial chemical plant for a time, following which they wi...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 4

…77 iii IS WILL TONIGHT In spite of the hard luck which hit the boxing team, the coach is confl. dent that the boys will perform satis- factorilyand he. feels that they stand a good chance to win. Only one thing is worrying the coach and that is the fact that the men ,have never ap- peared in public before. This fact' seems to be worrying the coach more than the condition of the men as the best athletes are subject to stage fright on thei...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…DAILY it a £5 I' Alusic JOURNALISTS WILL GET CERTIFICATES, BIDNGCONTEST Between Durand and Allegan [ere Friday to Determine State Champion ATIONS EXPECTED FROM Y SECTIONS OF THE STATE s in the state of Michigan De- league will be held between high school and the Allegan Iool Friday night at 8 o'clock 'ersity hall. These two teams from the 185 teams that orig- were in the association, and ve been eliminated d'uring the inter. Approximatel...…

August 10, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 42) • Page Image 4

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, AUG'UST 10, 1022 WHAT'S GOING ON Thursday, August 10 p. m.-Subject to the Announced. L OIS"LITRLE WOMEGAREN PADEREWSKI A D MARY i 9LCOARSEN WILL APPEAR HERE r (Continued from Page One) a ed in Hill auditorium. The east in- STORIES FUR CHILDREN c ludes many well. known artists, all of whom will appear in elaborate cos- tume. (By Associated Press) Believing that "the general public Chicago, Aug. 9.-"Littl...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ti 'I AY, 04 - - OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference FEditorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for 'republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published ...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ lip Nir~iligian g THIS YEAR'S CONVOCATIONS Last spring a series of monthly con- vocations of the student body wasl [FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE inaugurated with the understanding UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN that should these assemblies be well! Published every morning except ,Monday attended the practice would be car- 'ing the University year by the Board in1 ntrol of Student Publications. ried on through. the present y...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAl .. x. ... -.ice ,,.. ,. .-.,.. .,-,.-- --" ,.. - -.. .- -. ..-..-- ....-..--.- ._:. --, I o~r la ati i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TH E UNIVERSiTY OF AICH11AN Published every morning except Monday! during the University year by the Board in' Control of Stude::t Publications. Member of Western Coaference Edauiaii Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches cr...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 5

…,aa I Needs Note Replace Los Coach Steve Farrell is keeping a squad of 75 track men busy at Water- man gymnasium every afternoon. Steve, however, is not saisfied with such a small number out of such a large male student boiy. More ma- terial Is what he wants and his re- peated calls are bringing out one or two new-comers. . Many Losses At the present time he has not as strong a squad as he had at a corre- spondi~g time last year. His mteral...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 5

… Ull AI[ ElSO I Urbana PLACE of the 1922 Illi- into the annals 1 the track world jpon the other c, the Conference to be held at y, March 18. Wored he winner of that e with an almost f confidence, and r Why this is so. een, or heard, or s nerformance of Of the remaining Conference teams Purdue is undoubtedly the strongest, with Ohio State close behind. The Boilermakers have exceptionally good distance men in Furnass and Harri- son and it i...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…° 4 9 . " " v 'f,. _ versed the decision in a pitcher's bat- tle. Although the Normal team does Snot appear as formidable as in former jlgg seasons it oan be depended upon to give a go1 account of itself. Liverance or Elliott Pitch Coach Fisher has announced that he will ,use Liverance and Elliott in Poor Sea- the box, while Blott will 'probably do g Op- the receiving at least part of the game. Liverance has not hurled a game sincQ the ...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

…2TOBER 10, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Resident Poet Who Comes Back. To Ann Arbor For Another- Year FRESHMAN GYMNASIUM CLASSES START OCT, 17 DIi. MAY REQUESTS THAT FROSH SECURE GYM LOCKERS IMMEDIATELY First. year men who have not yet signed up in the office of the director of physical training and made known their selection of a gymnasium class hour are requested to do so at once as classes are to start on October 17. and ihe director hopes to ...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY iL PLNS O f TABE DED PLATE AT BUILDING ENTRANCE WILL CONTAIN NAMES OFI WAR HEROES Dedication of a new memorial tab- let in the main entrance of the Med;-; cal building at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning will be part of the local Armistice day celebration. All classes at that hour in the Medical school will be dismissed to enable the stu- dents to attend the ceremony. The 'tablet was placed in the en- trance yesterday. It is ...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 5

… T'hreatens Ruhr Basin ------ - 1Prof. Wilson Contends Healthy Heart Is- Unharmed By _,.., .., . ., , _. , t ,d :c ;. . Y 'f y ' > s i# , }, 1n r NAMB UQI 0oSTETTIN HAL LIN ~ rolL! he, *. MAGOSOVRT tit ef L0 #+6kSLA That there is no tfoudattionl for thr, belief that a large amount of exercise is harmful to( the heart when that or-: gan is healthy to begin with is the cpinion of Prof. Frank W. Wilson, of the internal medicine department. ...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

… F I Chop Sey CHINESE AND AMERICAN RESTAURANT sang Tung Lo. 613 E. Liksety Concert Planned A trio made up of Ethel Litchfield pianist, Henri Czaplinski, violinist. and Boris'Hambourg, 'celist, will give a chamber music concert, under the auspices of the Matinee Musical so- ciety, at 4 o'clock Thursday after- noon in the 'assembly hall of the Union. Persons interested in chamber music, whether members of the society or not, are invited to at...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

… gan Daily Supplement To Student Directory NU"IER TWO I ed by terary '21, a Ixford. a. va- nil of tihe visit- ,from int old Jacobs Bower, Warren E., Grad., 116 N. State. Quincy, 410-W. Bowles, Herbert G., '24, 422 Packard. Muskegon, 2165-J Brake, Donald P., '24E, 210 S. Thayer. Fremont, 2488-M Briscoe, Harold R., '25E, 602 K. Liberty, 2459-M Brown, Arthur H., '22D, 429 S. Division. Tecumseh, 1741-R Brown, Edward E., '24, 617 S. Division....…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…IE IICH HE [ICkA . ..., .....z.,. s ennis Team Proves West 7n Seen Here This Season Victor Klein) bly be a long time be- ennis team on a par ma aggregation, which efeated Michigan's Var- , will be seen in action;' The three Sooner rep- rtainly understand the of the game and, what use this knowledge to tage in match playing. n team, comprised. of n K. Parks, captain, y the most adept of the Connel and "Bud" Har- e racqueteers who prov- in...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PRIME WOLV-ERINESFO R ERBILT AFTE-HR FIRST TRIUMP-H Harrier ScheduleE Given By FarrellI [APFSR mIgy Innv 1alring Faults In Play Hal Game With Case S THURSDHAY FOR I OPENING IN StUTH tice yesterday fternoon o rudimentary football, ing placed upon charg- and going down the cks. The coaching staff in to correct the faults rought out in the brand iut up by the Varsity game against Case on ian when asked what he a showing mad...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 6

… ....,. r /Aooo9o"MN F.. . 1, k-RUI l II I / AIHM (ri 4 .r .....-, .-.a.,-.... a ..,;, .. .., , . .. f V" ELEVE1V jMA Y4 }Y BE DOV17fJ AJ 7 1111WIR~iYflflfittl TIt1 1 nanar(t point of interest comes the annual in- adherents have their particular atten-4Ilinois? "Iowa, with ni ITM~a ynniu ~~ RL NW p~I v8nIRu 1UIL tersectional clash between the Army tion divided between thre contests. l of good Sold rsr B 7TIi'IS I l liii' OF' S...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 6

… . ............. I IIItB I Oil ...,.Wr r... ..r..r rr r rorrM . x. IYC -~of u -r rriw __em Griffith Shows Knowledge Of 'College Activities On Visit Pn ~J will represent Michigan this winter Christmas Cards and Decorations at BOXING ASPIRANTS 1 i91i be strong in nearly every depart- Wahr's University Bookstores.-Adv. ment. Among the newer men in the tsport, the majority come between 120 Losesomething? A classified In and 145 p...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 7

…AT THE THEATERS Music and lyrics for the Junior Girls' play should be handed in as soon as they are completed. They must be given or sent to Josephine Connable, '28, 1205 Hill street, by Saturday, Jan. 14, at the latest. The annual fancy dress party of the Women's league will be given at :30 o'clock-Saturday night in Barbour gymnasium. The admission fee for those in costume will be 10 cents, for those not in costume 25 cents, and for guests w...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

…MAN Wain CBE, BUT ZEX'S reet kArd Streets soc to $1.00 -oc to $2oo - - Soc to $1.50 rComic Opera" II omen yi t, rFlit E.rnubna~v OUTLINED AT MEETING AT THE THE ii L -' , .; CANLAN a comedy with songs ISH EYES" %K Mat.wed. - 50ctto $1. Sat, Mat. - 5 to $2.00 t's Exquisite Musical Comedy NEY DEW " l Comedy "Spectacle . Drama, ,a B~ack"to O. D. MORRILL Stationery and Typewriters 17 Nickels Arcade DANA E, HISCOCK DEALER IN HARD And S...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 7

…All.JrJA.~ p -. . --mow---- the custom of set- very year for ob American moth n, the Governo take part in ap n that day, tha e displayed asa that absent sons this occasion to Install .Honorary Physical Society Sigma Delta Psi, a national honor- ary society for the encouragement of r comprehensive physical developmenet and training among college students, -has been formally installed on the - campus. Dr. John Sundwall, directorl of students...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 7

…1I j .r L L L" Ik L...'A AAJd .. NS HUN TRUE TO FORM JAY WiTH BUTFE[ UPSETS ege football games Saturdy rail y true to form with butt few in the experts' forecasts rec- The games the country over d that the big teams have as scoring aggregations as they : last year at this time although few cases the so-called small{ held their more renowned op- s to narrow victories. he Conference there were a few surprises although no com- reversal...…

November 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 41) • Page Image 7

…........... ... . . m trvard Appears To Have Edge On Tigers For Game Tomorrow Intam ral ItA~ IMPORTANT CONTESTS riamura temsON SATUIRDAY'S SCHEDULE The inter-department soccer tourn- (Continued from Page Six) 'whelming Wisconsin win will serve only to add to the Wolverine determin- ation. ament will begin on Nov. 13 with tw 0 1 i games scheduled, the All-Lits meet- (Harvard versus Princeton! ed upon as the cream of the East. gmhe slle...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 7

…6HIGAN DAILY !11 1* ur lIe s cotest to fall far below expe0ta- in L L~Jal. :nd the game was more or less fl Greene, 2011-M; Sarnachia, 1935, vs. test are entered with capable team-l tluns, for it. had been expected that matter of smashing the ball against Swartz, 1202-J; Abrams, 1485-J, vs. mates. The showing that lie men - more than 25 teams would bowl hit" the an king bord in order to make Lanrglos, Univ.14.8-M . make in this coning tourn...…

January 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

… IA' BULLETIN TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1922 Number 76 ity Senatet e second regular meeting of the University Senate will take place evening, Jan. 16, at 8, in Room C, Law building. The reports of the n Control of Athletics and of the committees on memorials to the ofessors Henry Carter Adams and Thomas Ashford Bogle will be JOSEPH L. MARKLEY, Secretary. lity Lecture:, )fessor William Bateson, formerly Professor of Biology in Cambridge sity, an...…

March 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 115) • Page Image 8

…ICIAL RUL 8:80 p. E. (11:80 a. M. Saturdays.) FRIDAY, LARCH 10, 1922 Number 115 of Literature, Science, and the Arts - Dean's Advisory Committee: ere will be a meeting of this Committee Friday afternoon, March 10, in my office. JOHN R. EFFINGER. rships in Prehistoric Archaeology: o fellowships, of 5000 and 2000 francs, respectively, are available for an students in the American School in France of Prehistoric Stud- pplications may be made t...…

May 10, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 159) • Page Image 8

…League -I Mn- rk membership in the League and I hope that it may serve the same purpose to others."-D. R. T. "It is just a little thing and takes such a few minutes each day but it will bring me the coveted member- ship to our League. What do I do? I make several girls' beds and straighten their rooms for them every morning."-T. L. P. Ndasques Play Given In Hdonor Of"IDean Jordan t- Mrs. Lois Law- urer. gave a the Ui ex- A+v s. Kelsey ...…

October 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 14) • Page Image 8

…FHE -.-A £Al%.PS'LN 1,' &~ . . .. . ., . .v.. DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922 Number 14 lean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: .. At the request of President Marion L Burton the Dean's Advisory Committee is asked to meet with the Committee ...…

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