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January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Cloudy and unsettled Wed- nesday; Thursday mostly cloudy and slightly warmer. 'dmmmmw & iiF -r SJitrig au ~aiIr I Editorials' Students In Politics. I I I, tAi r* V hT1 4fl VO.Li. &ELV £No. 76 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1934 PRICE F'IV'E ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1934 PRICE FIVE ra Comstock To Make Plans For Session Far-Reaching Program Is Planned By Governor For Legislature Specia...…

January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MOMM.MM. .. Five Ohio State Students alk At Military Training __________________TAXICABS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 2-1214. Place advertisements with Classified Advertising Department. The classified columns close at ifve + o'clock previous to day of insertions. Box Numbers may be secured at no extra charge. Cash in Advance-11c per reading line (on basis of five average words to line) for one or tlo insertions. p e per...…

January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

… PLAY & BY-PLAY -ByAL NEWMAN-I That Ice Battle..--- * * * "BY JOVE," REMARKED THE KITCHENER COACH last night to happy Ed Lowrey of Michigan, "that's a phenomenal goalie you've got there!" This as the lights were going out in the Varsity Arena and the Wolverine mentor together with the tired stragglers from both hockey teams were pulling the Eliza stuff and crossing the ice. The Maize and Blue outfit had just won a hockey game, a 2-1 battle th...…

January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY formation: "Originally for string orchestra, the organ setting of this Concerto was made by Wil- helm Friedeman Bach, the most famous son of the great Johann Sebastian. Bach made a care- ful study of the Italian's writing, which was popu- lar in Germany during the earlier years of the great Bach's professional life." -- i . '7,- -r Y \ / 'Y f n '- ..y ' I ! I X1 f AH T+-M Estalshed 1890 Published eve...…

January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Prize List is Pulished For Fashion Contest ntlants Are Announced: Daily Bulletins To ReaA League On Style Notes With only 11 more days to work on their designs, the 13 en- trants in the Young Ameriean De- signer's Contest are receiving nev suggestions for their designs daily. The list of prizes, which has not been fully published before, includes a first prize of $150, and 10 other prizes, of from $125 to $25. For the conte...…

January 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JA Navy Fliers Off On First Jump Of Mass Flioht Six Giant Ships Included In Venture; Honolulu Is Final Destination SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jan. 9. - () - Off for a hop to San Francisco and then a non-stop mass flight to Hon- olulu, six giant navy seaplanes left here today with the commander-in- chief of the United States fleet as a passenger. Admiral David F. Sellers was to accompany the squadron only to San Francisc...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…souvenir j-hop extra C4c tC4tgMl tiily second edition vol. xliv ann arbor, michigan, saturday, february 10, 1934 price 10 cents 193 hop over; fun for all even with mercur at--1 after the grand march was over trains, tiaras, ruffles reminiscent of '90's By Marnie Morrison and Florence Harper Appealing femininity contrasting with the severe modernism of the ballroom formed the scenic back- ground of the 1934 J-Hop. Elegance expressed in tr...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…souvenir j-hop extra vol. xliv c1 trl Tttrt 471at_ second edition ann arbor, michigan, saturday, february 10, 1934 price 10 cents 1934 hop over; fun for all even with mercury at --14 after the grand march was over trains, tiaras, ruffles reminiscent of '90's' By Marnie Morrison and Florence Harper Appealing femininity contrasting with the severe modernism of the ballroom formed the scenic back- ground of the 1934 J-Hop. Elegance expre...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 2

…page two the michigan daily february 10, 1934 hey girls! see your names inprint. rare names and rare home towns here in mile-long list The music of Hal Kemp's and Henry Busse's orchestras set the tempo last night for a week-end of festivities which includes house dances, breakfasts, and a Union tea dance. The J-Hop, recognized as one of the most brilliant college func- tions in the Mid-West, drew guests from states as distant as California, ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Page two the michigan daily february 10, 1934 p e oh i dle , 4 hey girls! see your names in print! rare names and rare home towns here in mile-long list The music of Hal Kemp's and Henry Busse's orchestras set the tempo last night for a week-end of festivities which includes house dances, breakfasts, and a Union tea dance. The J-Hop, recognized as one of the most brilliant college func- tions in the Mid-West, drew guests from states as ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…february 10, 1934 the michigan daily page three who's who at the hop house parties castalia, topeka, dubuque, and wyo ing (ohio) send delegates breakfast afterwards, a luncheon and theatre party Saturday aftrnoon, and a radio party Saturday night. Stan- ley Smith. '34E, is in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rushmere, Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hubly, Kal- (Continued from Page Two) ner party Friday night, a breakfast amazoo, are to be c...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…february 10, 1934 the michigan daily page three who's who at the hop house parties breakfast afterwards, a luncheon and c~astaha, topeka, dubuque, and theatre party Saturday aftrnoon, and a radio party Saturday night. Stan- wyom ing (ohio) send delegates ley Smith, '34E, is in charge. Mr. and: Mrs. Ernest Rushmere, Ann Arbor, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hubly, Kal- (Continued from Page Two) ner party Friday night, a breakfast amazoo, are to be c...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 4

…page four the michigan daily february 10, 1934 page fur th michgan dily fbrua , 1.93 the j-hop extra staff the spotlight... post-hop marriage ... pins and pajamas .-- semester's worst grades .. . i W.A.A. Presil/s BERTA OCHSNER --- MARIAN VAN TUYL in DANCE RECITAL LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE February 13th at 8:30 P.M. Tickets 50c - 75c 4 . I BEGINNING with a note of romance, Rupert Bradley «' t i J j PI f and Marian Hogan who are atten...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…page four the michigan daily februiarv 10- 194 yud r the j-hop extra staff 1P- the spotlight ... post-hop marriage ... pins and pajamas ... semester's worst grades . BEGINNING with a note of romance, Rupert Bradley and Marian Hogan who are attending the Hop to- night (or last night, depending on when you read the paper) are being married tomorrow afternoon (or this afternoon) at the Bethlehem Evangelical Church. Chuck Brownson, Sigma ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 5

…februarv 10, 1934 the michigan daily page five Keeping Open House This Week-End ... J-Hop Breakfast After Three --No Reservations Necessary .... Fast Waiter Service * At"Mealtimes .... The Smartest Cafeteria In Town .... The Best Of Foods At Reasonable Tariff 338 maynard street THE TAVERN CAFETERIA mike fingerle, prop. THE HEIGHT OF GOOD TASTE In making Lucky Strike Cigarettes we use the finest Turkish and domestic tobacco - and only ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…february 10, 1934 the michigan daily page five Keeping Open House This Week-End ... J-Hop Breakfast After Three -- No Reservations Necessary .... Fast Waiter Service * At Mealtimes .... The Smartest Cafeteria In Town .... The Best Of Foods At Reasonable Tariff 338 maynard street THE TAVERN CAFETERIA mike fingerl e, prop. THE HEIGHT OF GOOD TASTE ThcAican Tobaccompall In making Lucky Strike Cigarettes we use the finest Turkish and dom...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 6

…page six the michigan daily february 10. 1934 aesx h iiaif ,h_ 4 C kemp's band wowed them in n. carolina these two led 1934 j-hop grand march 4,675 more names of ye h an on Neat, debonair, Hal Kemp gingerly At that particular moment Skinny pI unwrapped a very damp and withered Ennis, drummer by trade and even collar from his neck and dropped it more debonair and neater than xContinued from Page Three) limply on the floor. A few minutes...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…page six the michigan daily februarv 10. 1934 Dae si th mihien dilyf~4e~yre , 14 kemp's band wowed them in n..carolina Neat, debonair, Hal Kemp gingerly At that particular moment Skinny unwrapped a very damp and withered Ennis, drummer by trade and even collar from his neck and dropped it more debonair and neater than limply on the floor. A few minutes Kemp, stole in on the show, looking later just as he was slipping on a like a steamship...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 7

…february 10, 1934 the michigan daily page seven henry8,e die arrive CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY FOR RENT FOR RENT-large warm room, sleep- --- ing porch, $2.50 single, $2.00 double. --- -..... --- - ROOM and board for $6; nicely fur- 1313 Sonth State. 9812. nished rooms with overstuffed fur- - - -- y O~le Iolli nt unnecessary niture. Rooms $2 and up. 602 Mon- LAUNDRY m ovie i roe. 303 - iiiovi t PERSONA' laundry service. We take ORE DOUBLE and one ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…f ebruary 10, 1934 the michigan daily page seven henry8,e die arrive CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY FOR RENT FOR RENT-large warm room, sleep- --------- -ing porch, $2.50 single, $2.00 double. ROOM and board for $6; nicely fur- 1313 South State. 9812. nished rooms with overstuffed fur- -------- -- comment unnecessary niture. Rooms $2 and up. 602 Mon- LAUNDRY roe. 303 - - - -- "___PERSONA laundry service. We take l o d iyONE DOUBLE and one single room....…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

…page eight the michigan daily february 10. 1934 page ight he mihiga dail fphrisa , 11)14 A Spring ii Fashion ~ Forecast. . A New Spring Song ill Suits THEY give that debo- nair gayety of walk, they mean spring and blue skies are with us, they are the jaunty attire of spring, these novelty suits in clever tweeds. You'll grace the diagonal or walk on warm Sundays, and shame the daffodils with your smart tailor ing. THE MAIN~ FLOOR i _{ ...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…1 1 page eight the michigan daily f4+r c b n 1 34d page eruaryiiin9 f r 11 /Spring J~TI ~Fashion Foecst: ,!,,4New Spring Song Suits HEY give that debo- nair gayety of walk, they mean spring and blue skies are with us, they are the jaunty attire of spring, these novelty suits in clever tweeds. You'll grace the diagonal or walk on warm Sundays, and shame the daffodils with your smart tailor iTng. THE MAIN FLOOR ili i _ By Bob Ball R...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 9

…february 10. 1934 the michigzan daily page nine ,~,-~a' 1C Q4temcia alaenn Inde ende1its vis, '34; Virginia Callow, '37; Phylis Roger McMahon, Grand Rapids; and Hoor, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Deckler, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Schmeliker, and R.O.T.(C. '35; Anne Richardson, Dearborn; Grand Rapids. (Continued from Page Six) Gertrude Donnelly, Ann Arbor; Dor- Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cavanaugh, Among those to be present at the othy Beise, Ann Arbor; Ma...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…february 10, 1934 the michigZan daily page nine fehrii uusir vy 0.-19...the ...ib...a..dailyee, Indep>endents vis, '34; Virginia Callow, '37; Phylis Hoor, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Deckler, and R.O.T.C. '35; Anne Richardson, Dearborn; (Continued from Page Six) Gertrude Donnelly, Ann Arbor; Dor- Among those to be present at the othy Beise, Ann Arbor; Marie Hart- J-Hop are: Viola Sanderson, Ann Ar- wig, Ann Arbor; and Maryetta Roop, bor; Claire Glo...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 92) • Page Image 10

…page ten the michigan daily fox«., b 1 gay tn ruary 10,1934 4 net, chiffon and tulle K TYPE5 (IALE) prominent at dance ___-j-j)v (Continued from Page 1) star, while deep burgundy satin was decollete, the color being oyster white worn by Beverly Weaver, of Detroit. Gale Sterling and John Garrels, co- Margaret Ballard, prominent in chairmen of tickets, had as their sophomore activities, wore a cocktail guests Elizabeth Shafer, Grosse jacket...…

February 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…page ten the michigan daily of tr b ( 1 4~ page ten th hruaryeivmc193 4 net, chiffon and tulle r--HOP TYPE5 U1ALE) prominent at dancel (Continued from Page 1) star, while deep burgundy satin was 0 decollete, the color being oyster white. worn by Beverly Weaver, of Detroit Gale Sterling and John Garrels, co- Margaret Ballard, prominent in chairmen of tickets, had as their sophomore activities, wore a cocktail guests Elizabeth Shaffer, Gros...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…The eatherfitga Fhai ad continued cold tr- day; gentle <northwest "wind VOL. XLI No 115 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, S9ATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1934 Editorials ERA And Student Chisele sinine Adolph . PRICE FIVE CET Aceademy iProgram Is Issued Jack Miles' Orchestra Is Just Spinach With Grit To Schumo Plans, Dates Are Se Hilel Z' t For Leaders In 13 Fields To Convene Here On March 15, 16, And 17 Meliwain To Give Feature Address University Men A p p e ...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY s DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin Is sonstructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at Abe office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Sa~turday. Citizens Of A1narillo Celebrate Mot IrPi-Law Day CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY SAYRDAY, MARCH 10, 1934 VOL. XLIV No. 115 Notices To the Members of the University Council: The next meeting of the University Council will be...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…10, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Art Mosier Wins weet Loses In onerence Wrestlin Captain Takes Determined Tracksters Read For Conerence Meet Decision From Meet Today Smith Of Ohio Parker, Rubin, And Fiero Draw Byes; Will Finish Meet Today BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 9- (Special)-Art Mosier, captain of the University of Michigan wrestling team, scored the lone victory for the Wolverines today in the early match- es of the first round of the Confer-...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY s [GAN DAILY Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and tie Big Ten News Service. ssocited (tolle ct___r_ 1933 { kOH" RAne) 1934 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is enclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispathces credited to it or no...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 5

…ARCH 10, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Gay couples Throng Union Ballroom For 4t"( Frosh Frolic Is Last Dance Of Winter Season Dick Schumo, Ruth Kaser Lead Colorful March On Union Floor The last class dance of the winter season came to a climax at midnight last night when the music of Jack Miles' Band swept the crowd at the Frosh Frolic into the grand march. Leading the march was Richard Schumo, general chairman of the af- fair, who had as his gues...…

March 10, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

…Trains Crash In Iowa; Roosevelt Porirail is Approved -Associated Press Photos Two men were killed and six others seriously injured when two Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pa- cific ,trains collided headon, 10 miles north of Dubuque, Ia. A fireman and an engineer died in the crash of a freight and a passenger locomotive. The crash is shown here. Austria Is Run By 'Gangsters,' Says Onderdonk Calls Heimwehr A Group Of 'Professional Killers, l...…

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...…

July 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Cloudy, showers today or to- night, tomorrow warmer and possibly showers. L Official Publication Of The;Summer Session VOL. XV No.13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1934 r -- __-_ --- -_ _ I .,.,.. _ . . _._ _ _ Diplomats Are Puzzled With Hitler's I deas Expose Nazi Propaganda Machine Operating In United States Seek Real Meaning Of Hess' Address Embassies Skeptical ,As Speech Is Seen To Be An Apology University Hi...…

July 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESD Yd THE MICItIGAN DAILY Official Publication of the Summer Session rJL "Idustrial Recovery Act became law show that the unions are not mere "paper" affairs. And the improvedlegal status of laborers and laborers' or- ganizations indicate the consolidation of incidental gains in a permanent advance. The shock that roused American workmen from silently suffering exploitation while striving, each on his own, to climb...…

July 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Five-Man Board Takes Over NRA Duties As Test To See If Commission Is Able To Do Johnson's Work This Summer' General Will Relax Last-Minute Rush Keeps Administrative H e a d s Busy At Desks WASHINGTON, July 9. - (P) - NRA came today to the threshold of a new experiment. Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, national recovery administrator, expected to clean up a batch of business before converting the recovery agency's one- man...…

July 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…UR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY Predict Lively Campaign For State Elections Both Major Parties Have Platforms Prepared As PrimaryApproaches LANSING, July 9.-- (O)- With their enthusiasm keyed to a higher Pitch by an almost solid week of po- litical rallies, the major parties were set today to perfect their organiza- tions and enter what may be the hardest fought campaign in Michi- gan history. Republican and Democrat leaders had their p...…

August 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Partly cloudy today and to- Imorrow; not much warmer to- day. LY Sit igai ~Iaitt Editor: A Five-Point Peace Program... Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL. XV No. 40 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1934 PRICE FIVE _ Temperatures A gai Rise In Middle West Expected Cool Wave Fails To Arrive; 113 Reached In Missouri South Dakota Only State To Get Rain High Humidity Heightens Discomfort In Chicago; ...…

August 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IE MICHIGAN DAILY lal Publication of the Summer Session .. . The Theatre ..n... .. o+o . ..- REPERTORY SIDELIGHTS -- A y' r li. 1 , "y -) BACK STAGE the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre presents a busy spectacle these days. Practically every student in Play Production has been drafted to help out with "Marco Millions," the eighth pro- duction of the Repertory Players, and even then they are so short of stage hands that M...…

August 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

…Treasury Not Interested In- Family Silver Monetary Policy Doesn't Affect Watches, Dimes, And Silver Spoons. WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. - (A) - Hold on to your silver spoons, watches and diies - the government doesn't want them. And don't expect our quarters and half dollars to turn into any different kind of money tomorrow from what THE MICHIGAN-DAILY Von Iindenburg Laid To Rest At Tannenberg Memorial they are today. These things were not changed ...…

August 10, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 40) • Page Image 4

…,6~"~~~ T.H.E MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, detail Sales In The Tigers' Number One Local Talent j 1933 Only Half Of 1929 Figure Census Bureau Statement Shows Sales Of Twenty- Five Billion Last Year Employment Rises Average Wages For Full Time Employes $992 In 1933; $1,312 In 1929 WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. - Retail sales in the United States in 1933, as disclosed by the preliminary reports of the Census of American Business, aggregate nearly 25% bil...…

October 10, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…4 The Weather Generally fair today and to- morrow, with slowly rising temperatures. pr it igau ai Editorials Little Men, What Now? .. . A House Divided .,. How To Get,~Your Man .. . VOL. XLV. No. 15 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Cardinals Win Series Final Behind Brilliant Pitching Of Dizzy Dean;. Fans Riot Bleacher Fans Drive Joe' Medwick From Post With Barrage Of Missiles Cards Score Seven Runs In ...…

October 10, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication n the Bulletin is constructive notice to allnmembers of the thiivr~;in: y. C receive .at the office of the Assistant to the President til 3:30; 1.:3U am. atuardy. 1! WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1934 VOL. XLV No. 14 inancial Standards and Regulations Applicable to Fraternities and Sororitiesj Notices Membcrs of the Unversity Faculty and St adent Body: The University Commtee ...…

October 10, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Kipke Sends Varsity Through LongOffensiveScrimmage t Expect Return Of Bill Renner In Two Weeks Jennings, Sweet, And Aug Are Newcomers In First ,tring Backfield John Regeezi Stars Aug Shows Lots Of Drive And Improvement As A Passer During Workout Displaying power and enthusiam characteristic of a high-ranked team, Michigan's Varsity football squad went through a hard scrimmage and drill in...…

October 10, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE" MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 0(.'TO]tE) 10, U13.1 .. . . . . . . . . . . . WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEI{ 10, 1934 i F V THE MICHIGAN DAILY I K' i°X ._. maci _ F~s, _ _.-. W:. H(U~ WO"J NC"W. .,fl.Tv ,r ftT .. S..'a....1 ,.irTI1N,....M/pMah.... ..w.unn.,. l us', L,..:u,:uas": :u;. lksc ;;; .o cr;, yJ rnr:ru[:e:.s..... . :L::. .. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control...…

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