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December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER SNOW R RAIN _______O ___Y xil . jvlEli VN14911 I k VOL. XXIX. No. 61. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918. PRICE THREE CENT F HST OF SIAgT.C FINALLY MUSTERE O-UT OF SERVICE NINE HUNDRED OF SECTION PAID OFF AND HOMEWARD BOUNI) B SECTION EXPECTED "A" RELEASE AT ANY TIME Clerks and Sick, Retained for a Time, Are Placed In a New Comr- pany The actual discharging of the men in the S. A. T. C. began yesterday when ...…

December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 2

…FHE MICHIGAN DAILY WMNE SDAY, 11, it * PFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN lished every morning except Monday g the university year by the Board in o of Student Publications. :BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled e use for republication of all news dis- es credited 'to it or not otherwise credited is paper and also the local news pub- Sherein. tred at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, ganl, as secon...…

December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 3

…111L,1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGD _ _, _ -L - .. .,. ,.__ - - r. ..,... . - ..- - _- , _., - __ MP.& WTEHMN GYM SOON TO BE READYFOR QUNE VARSITY SQUAD MEETS HIGH SCHOOL, TEAM FOR PRACTICE With practically all of the mechan- ics discharged from the service, Wat- erman gymnasium will soon be ready for the basketball men. Three com- panies have been discharged already, practically vacating the gym. Carpenters will be placed to work tea...…

December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WXDDNESDAY, DECEM --pr r-- A t 1 .Y f Now4 l'I ft ar Armistice Was Signed the President Said: orderly pro- "The present and all that it holds belongs to the nations and the peoples who preserve their self-control and the cesses of their governments, the future of those who prove themselves the true friends of mankind.-To conquer with arms is to make only ,atemporary conquest; to conquer the world by earni...…

December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE IGE MILITARY LIFE FOR WOMEN STUDENTS LIE UT. HERE MCCASKEY SAYS HAVE BENEFITTED TRAINING MIEN BY "Military training for college girls would be very beneficial, and I ap- prove of it highly," said Lieut. George H. McCaskey, medical officer of the S. A. T. C. "Nearly 50 per cent of the girls who attend college come here for the social end of it and not for the benefits of an education. Military training would improve...…

December 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 61) • Page Image 6

…t HL MILHR"iN VAILI WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1 FEAR PROBABLE ATVY ALLIEDTAXESi IANS SUGGEST FUTURE LINE EMPIRE RHINE FOR AS (By Associated Press) 1 1 ith the French army of occupa- , Kaiserlautern Germany, Dec. 7 ayed).-The exact significance of apparent resignation of the peo- of this invaded district at the ence of foreign troops cannot be sured to ay, but thre are certain ifestations of fear that a heavy len may fall upon the Rheinish...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…;tral I irliwfr a aARaitli ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT W8 SERVICE No. 86. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS I ri 1) arEn Is at6ocl N (By The Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 11.-Representatives of the German government signed the Entente's peace terms at 12:01 o'clock t orning. Hostilities on the western front will ce ase at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington time, or 11 o'clock last night, ...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…I1 - MICHIGAN DY NSIBILITY EX-EMPEROR AS MARTYR N INSTIGATOR STRIFE RATHER- OF A dream of world dominion obsess- ag the mind of Emperor William lunged the world into war. Upon im and the tremendous military eng- ie of destruction of which he was he embodiment, the exponent, and he leader, rests the responsibility of eliberately planning and bringing bout the greatest conflict the wold as ever seen. It did not matter to the world that he e...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 5

…xtra r Sit ijattx AssOCIATED PRES DAY AND NIGHT WII BEBVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, PRICE TIfREE '0 (or, dWarIEn S 1110' 0 (By The Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 11.-Representatives of the German government signed the Entente's peace terms at 12:01 o'clock this night, Paris time, orning. Hostilities on the western front will ce ase at 6 o'clock this morning, Washington time, or 11 o'clock last nging to a close the world's ...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY :S ONSIBILITY ON X-EMPEROR AS MARTYR N INSTIGATOR STRIFE RATHER OF of world dominion obsess- hid of Emperor William e world into war. Upon e tremendous military eng- ;ruction of which he was iment, the exponent,,and rests the responsibility of ' planning and bringing' greatest conflict the world lished secret memorandum of Prince Charles Max Lichnowsky, who was German ambassador at London at the outbreak of hostilities....…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

…I r IJAr. ika &tlii ASSOC(IATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIB SERVICE No. 36. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918. P1~ T ,:.T T._. No. 6 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918. PRIi CE, FIVE - i 1Y; issi Iter I S 6t 3 1 JTROPOLITAN CITIES armistice are. They will be announced by the state department early this afternoon. CELEBRATE; WHOLE COUNTRY PATRIOTIC Joy reigns throughout the land. Immediately afte...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 12

…TH4E R TH M HIGAN [ - RESPONSIBILITY f5SON EX-EMIPEROR AS MARTYR AN INSTIGATOR STRIFE RATHER OF eam of world dominion obsess- e mind of Emperor William I the world into war. Upon d the tremendous military eng- destruction of which he was abodiment, the exponent, and der, rests the responsibility of ately planning and bringing he greatest conflict the world or seen. I not matter to the world that peror's personal share in the ivents imme...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 13

…dtra I'd !t~ 5k i6a ~Iaitr ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE No. 36. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918. PRICE, FIVE LLIES INSIST ON EVERY POIN' a I- BULLETINS (By the Associated Press) Amsterdam, Nov, 11.-Emperor William, it is reported here, on his way to British lines to surrender when he was headed off German revolutionists and forced to seek safety in Holland. London, Nov. 11 (2:35 P. M.) .-Field...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

…1~}4 ,MICHIGAN DAIL Y M O N DONDA LICIAL "PNEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ished every morning except Monday the unvriy year by the Board in I of Student Publications. BIER OF TflI-'Z ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis- s credited to it or not otherwise credited s aer and also the local news pub. erc tthe yotoc at Ann Arbor, by crrier or mil y5. ns not to exceed 300words, i...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…THEL MICHIIGAN DAILY, mlmmmmm Z:7- I KIRSCHBAUM, ALL WOOL ;;k Y'Soijuds In Russian Port St, a:i of "The Victors" announc- ed-the entrance of an English trans- port, carryinga American doughiboys into a Russian port recently. In a letter received from Sergeant-Major Ernest Reed, '1'', he says that as their shin steamed into the harbor the first' piece the band played was "The Vic- tors." lie is in the 3rd battalion, 339th infantry, in t...…

November 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…AN DAILY I [ ;i:. _:_ X-EMPEROR MARTYR NSTIGATOR STRIFE RATHER OF of vorld dominion obsess- of Emperor William orld into war. Upon emendous military eng- ion of which he was it, the exponent, and s the responsibility of anning and bringing test conflict the world "divine right" speech delivered at Brandenburg in 1890, in which he said he regarded the German people as "a responsibility" conferred upon him by God and that it was "my duty...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER DY; POSSIBLY WERS TODAY r 5k iAw i3aittg ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SEE VICE :IX No ,9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918. PRICE THREE C I4] FLU ENZASPREADS ER NATION; LESS N ARMY CAMPS UATION HERE IS IMPROVING AS NEW CASES DE- CREASE ,D CROSS CARRIES FOOD TO SICK MEN valescents Warned to Use Care To Avoid Danger of Pneu- monia rashington, Oct. 10.-Influenza con- ies to spread over the country in e of th...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…'A (2HIGAN DAILY FICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICH IGAN shed every morning except Monday the university year by the Board in of Student Publications. ER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis- credited to it or not otherwise credited paper and also the local news pub- herein. red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, an, as second class matter. :riptions by carrier or mail, ...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vieman CAL1 ISSUED FOR TRACK CANDIDATES dates. with day. 3 o'cl are expected at the field today, pital for medical purposes. Chief another bunch following Mon- O'Brien said that over 50 quarts have Candidates should report about so far been turned over and there is ock in the afternoon. still a large quantity. .Cnz~r-t ar~at fnrhnnlcr'w hai T ByELEVEN Union Forced to Cancel Because of Quarantine Over S. A.- T. C. T ...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…HE MICHIGAN DAILY * * * * * * * * * * * s and SUPLIE m AT S HEE H AN'S AND NAVY BOOK STORE PHONE. es ~ 1701 DALY 2:00 7:00 8:30 PARAMOUNT PICTURES Ys, W'eOpenl Aga BUT BE SURE TO BRING A HANDKERCHIEF AND IF YOU MUST SNEEZE OR COUGH-USE IT. THEN WE DO NOT ANTICIPATE ANY DANGER OF SPREADING THE "FLU." TODAY ALICE BRADY -in- "The Whirlpool~ AL A1AUCE BRADY 3 AD SATURDAY-Corinne Griffith inY "The Clutch of Circumstance" ONLY TWO PERFORMANCES ...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…I MICHIGAN DAILY ....... 'tin' DATESI PARTMkNT SAYS, "CON-! E TECHNICAL TRAIN- communication. intended to guide L. T. C. men in their choice of ses and subjects has been receiv- >y President Harry B. Hutchins 1 the war department committee dcation and special training. e announcement is as follows: quiries are being received as to selection of courses and subjects tudy by students looking to en- ce into some particular branch of service...…

October 11, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA registered in the literary college or WHAT'S GOING ON the deck and line division, will report for supervised study from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock for the remainder of the week TODAY in rooms 202, 209, 213, 214 and 217 in 7:45-Meeting of the board of di- the Natural Science building. This isi ectors of the Cosmopolitan club in for night study. Day study, as previ- oom 302 University hall. ously announced, will be from 1...…

July 11, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…A. WEEK Y I THE ONLY OFFICIAL SUMMER NEWSPAPER No. 7 1OHE STUDENTS GODTOSHED/DAN cled by Lieut. Mullen and Are g Notified by Letters; to Leave July 18 'Y ME1BEIRS INCLUDED cimately 80 students and 16 nen of the University will go o. T. C. training camp to be ly 18 to September at Fort Ill. The men have been by lieut. George C. Mullen, r of military science, and are tiled letters informing them of ection. As soon as the replies ived the lis...…

July 11, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE WOLVERINE t - k WuerthTheater Afternoos-: and 4:00 Eening-ps 0s,:o andaaoa U Phone--6-J PROGRAM FOR JULY us ii - o-PauljesFrederickjin 'Laosca" Also Hobes Taels adComoedy. Sat-r3 oney Castle in "Hill Crest Mystery." Also Pathe News and 5 SusMon-.4-15--Wi liam S. Hart in The Tiger Man." Also Sennett Comedy, "Kitchen Lady." - Tues-Wed--6-sy-Henry B. Walthall Hin"His Robe of Honor" in 7 Parts. 2 T PusFui-tg erJab Pickford Aisn "Hs...…

July 11, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…ICBICAN AMBOLANCE MEN IN MANY ACIIITIES assist in Design of Other Types of Vehicles; Major Fishleigh on Transport Board (This is the third and last in a ser- es of 'three articles on the part Mich- gan men are playing in ambulance roducton.-Editors Note.) (By Sergt. C. Phillip Emery) Major Fishleigh and his engineers ave frequently been called into con- erence by other departments to assist o the design and production of other ypes of vehicles...…

July 11, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE THE DEHENT NEW NICTS OF COLUMBUS Tear GasidisI WAR TENTNOW OPEN1 PASSING THE BUCK taro Hinder Prm But Cod ains SHner Progr .e A.t Crowd The colonel calls the major Fills Shelter; YX . C. A. Assists 1When he wants something done. In Opening Exercises And the major calls the captain, And starts him on the run. The Knights of Columbus war tent, hich was recently erected on the The captain then gets busy ampus for the det...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…!igan a F "A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1918. , _. ., BELL, 919, CHOSEN OPERA CHAIRMAN F. C. Bell, '19, will be general chair- man of the 1919 Union opera, accord- ing to an announcement made yester- day by the Union. Other appoint- ments are as follows: Assistant to the general chairman, C. C. Dinwiddie, '20E; stage manager, W. P. Favorite, '20; master of cos- tumes, C. M. Norton, '19E; master of properities, C. J. Sull...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…its ex- are no be - combatted. By d will power we can a retreat. Let's get Kick the "tomorrow" Surt the morning late. Today's work L YOU BE? / the fourth dimension, lish topic to treat be- so ethereal and far ryday life. However, who scorn the future' ick a point to aim at, ve themselves much Editor You often hear some fellow on the Editor campus say, "Oh well, what if I don't -learn this stuff; comparatively few Editor people ever take ...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…NOMORES PICKED TO IN INTER-CLASS MEET, s Wolverine ten- Ohio State duet tournament will e baseball game FIGHT FOR SECOND PLACE JUNIORS AND FROST! IS left yesterday morning, he baseball teams, and ar- Ohio capital last evening, et a good rest before the ay. Little trouble is anti- [amer and Egbert in beat- keyes for the second time. been received from Colum- )avis, the leader of the s been playing his best e season during the past The form ...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…t . . . , .. E at the play Ann Arbor, here it ran st fall and Atichigan Alumnus German Prisoner Dr. William H. Gordon, '10M, who' was reported in Thursday's Daily as having been missed in action, was cap- tured by the Germans according to a letter received here this morning. The 42 GRADUATES GIVEN 'I TEACHERS' POSITIONS. \ Forty-two teachers' positions, all but three of which are in the state, have been awarded to Michigan gra- duates by...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…nFnr i Aw la !III S IN HORRORASP SHELL HITS HOSPIKLI 11l .. .. . I-i , II ; T $ ail _,K \ __ _ g 4 , I kPFEL CO === DERS LOWERS., PHONE 294 213 E. LIBERTY R GARAGE RS IN 5 PHONE 1101 CONSERVE SIUGAR BY LIMITING SINGLE SALES TO 25 POUNDS Orders allowing the sale of 25 poundseof sugar to individuals upon presentation of a certificate showing that it is .to be used exclusively for canning purposes, have been received by County Foo...…

May 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…IFPPIP t.5.1 frlichigan of '45 Here are the very vigorous and stylishly Lary Heel luck and white cloth. Shop. iversity of Michigan ne of very smart models in . Top-coats !s Gabardines s Suits How would you like to attend a. University where the necessary ex-f penses for a year, including board,I washing, and books, ranged betweenl $70 and $100? Impossible, you say,-but this is' quoted directly from the catalogue oft the department of arts...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…s09 Zrb axiiM DAYAND)NMGI SERVIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918. PRICE' f -;RIC, E GRIFFINS TO TAKE IN 'EN NEOPHYTES 7] STUDENT HOUSES FACE COAL FAMINE TALIAN FIGHTING HALTED BY SNOW -Class Hold Honorary Society Second Initiation Tonight Will I i' Just as the sun drops below the wes- tern horizon today Griffins, all-cam- pus upper-class honorary society, will leave the temple to conduct 10 neo- phytes across the ...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

… 1918 nothing except bouk adnu puusupu- --- cal treatises. It is time that the death edi- knell of that tradition be sounded. redit- What the American university should news be today is a live, throbbing institu- y of tion of helpfulness to humanity, to the cept nation and to the world. >r as A body of college students which lives in smug complacency .can have no conception of the needs of this hu- words- manity, this nation, this world. Col-...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

…be accurs III V UL ETICSI ' 'o HIGH, a game t M. A. uch im- iat Case week. s played ,ges and former With Gain M. u- chigan's scalp back defeat at the hands this fall being still mories. have a stellar per- Murray. He is the the squad and has scorer to date. His Brigham- who is also This pair are sure gan guards busy. bie has been doing e the guards are and Garret. In their nd Rapids "Y" these opposing forwards h Gautier relies on Michig...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 4

…I Ih 1 IVIb N i IN lULL GOING OVER TKE "1 .I KNOWLTON FISK, EX-'19, LOSES IAFE WHILE IN CANADIAN SERVICh HONOLULU," AT THr, WHI'TNEY, SUNDAY, JAN. 13. Skaters Is Announced others desiring to skate. Palmer skating rink The affair is not so much in the na- r this coming Saturday ture of a money maker as it is to stir' ive committee of the up enthusiasm for this latest venture ic association. of the W. A. A. d women are welcome tudents may g...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 5

…Lu i nuLIULU BOOTY OFHCE" 148 MEN WHO ORDERED SUNIFORMS MUST ENROLL, Calkin's Deport Articles from Invaded Terri- tory and Offer Them for Sale in Berlin French Front, Dec. 27.- (Corres- )ondence of The Associated Press.)- Official recognition has been given by the German government to the prac- tice of German troops in France and Belgium of laying their hands on everything valuable they find in the houses and on the farms belonging to the c...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

…, L NEWS Fabries lens are hard to get. But despite tment of all-wool fabrics in the -ns for men's stylish clothes are on an event you can't afford to over- 0 buiTs a good suit EXTRA that is truly; COLM STREET em'in Economy Our Difference Price Others oi l5Rolls .Oc 1ic 25c ............04c ea. 05c ea. 90c e in price.......................... T LMS WITH US AND SAVE MONEY 'inted half day to day sooner than others. de Floral Shop in & r iu ...…

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