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November 13, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

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October 13, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

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May 13, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…The- VARSITY READY Abrfegtcr o FOR SYRACUSEtoa:teitrls,1< Blanding Chosen to Pitch..First ph icsi ll'ls Game for Varsity -Fresh En.50semi-fOinas. hilltt n gineers and '10 Medics Win. eirIwsno i- \lch ~ ill' tSv-'cs 4:5foeit is tcitcl 00 00 this olftcrot o n er i tt in tfirttst ci cst umetttt s . t gam tat te ateninaer lat ilts Ot Intattwellti tyoti gall ttroocgraounds. ccotngtoo theto re- iootrsidefeateto i t 0 oictitooto of the 0 Sv ttoss Jp...…

March 13, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…The "--ichigan Dxl :\\Ali()R, IB. TI(A\,SA\TURIDAYilNI. i13,1909. :t i'. v c: r 3 (). MEET PROMISES CLASSY EVENTS Capt. lDull is Expected to Lower (iymnasiurn for the Mile R~un, Fast Men Entered in D~ashes. t r o14 \vtr-theic hlytO 1.1w- f t- c-~t t I'(I f)I- the i, th t ia u b r o C 1111(1;lts for vmsl - ii H lm s r itt lt( ~ tilt-1r t."cot occirds. A.\\miles v ~ t an () beterttttil0 e\i c r uet.h f - lapped.ii :\siiti I e a,(i n t i s...…

February 13, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…The Michl aiLl Da.11Y ANN .Ai'l"C)R, ,11('11I AX, S.VI'[ RD.AV, tol- X I X. N(. t), ICHJIGAN HONORS LINCOLNS MEMORY Ida Tarbell, Introduced by Pres- ident Angell, Eulogizes Great SStatesman. th poition flt the heaht .\ tacticai," ra- it-aue-asociatioan, Friiat nilhti. While clb tr :tiiicattiua tilt t ahe to lstn t fm u ortor, nti tal-iit. .btb eul,_r itt t he artyrid pit i t i Mlc':i; tu nt a d r act5 of I li \i~ ittci t tti it iihl tIttlu...…

January 13, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…The ]"ichis n ANN _ RBOR. 1l IC IA [GAN, 1t"l DNI' IS1) )". rIAM'AtO",' 13, 1909. VIot.. XIX. FRESHMEN ATTEND BASEBALL MEETING Many New Men Will Try for the Varsity Nine-Fitzpatrick and Sullivan Talk to Candidates. I ls' than tlifty It trsponddtoI Cap-0)11 tanL ull i ti sfl o acalcn i outloo i 51 s 111111 551-, 5iasmuch 5as 11h illS :1115 mater.ii l i l 5 I iV well Iit ced.11l( held5 th1 i lls i ll eIV Tr, xctlt CHEEIR ('I>' YOU '11 11 II ...…

December 13, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail AN,\ARBOR, NMICHIGAN, SL\D'tY, 1)1 Cl Il T 13, 908. VOL. XIX. N\o, 6 4. BAIRD HAS NOT YET RESIGNED, BUT-- Students Think Story of Director Leaving Only Premature; lar- q uette on '09 Football Scheduls. "so far as I know-0, (1here is Ooltely no0 truth in th tor101ahot ArMird. 0051''010'' as hd of \-iiclogaoiathltic, as (111 lihld in10(1ay's)Detoil and Ci- hmn If from Nnn Arhor a great dealtiof conditions(1 f(rt neces'ittii...…

November 13, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail A\so\ PsI3ORIICII(AN\,FRfD.,Y,\O\ FMBEFR 13 190g8. \'Ot..XIX. \ (). 40. RIVAL TEAMS REST ON EVE OF BIG GAME Yost Completes Michigan Preparations by Snappy Signal Practice, Whil1e Haughty Quakers Loat at Detroit Training Camp. la ti. e 1atsfaction of Seeing i111 (Spocialio 'Clbs MiciganDailly.) act1ion (-1l(at 111111itle-thestem lwhich (0111111) (101, iDetroit, Not'. 1 a-1110 weill lace Penns1ylvan11ia nteso ii sh15in11 51...…

October 13, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…The Mlichigan Daily Vof-. XIX. ANN ARBOR, AIIC(2iiIGAN. tV OY\. TOI)ER t;, 1908. YOST ADMINISTERS GO-FAST' IN SECRET Varsity and Scrubs Are Hustled to the Limit in Preparation for Notre [ame. )iiiared ct 1he ing hlitolia o to 0tic 1w te :Mchiigaii Aggies, the ar sit footalltea yeserdy bgunharitwork cin prepraitin lfor tie itre Damte game oniiiSaturdi a. Atitht, ith meni lor the coahiare disicuiraged, Coaichi Nosti beig4 cnilidiciitat wiiti...…

May 13, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VTOL. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAlN, WCDNE-&,D\Y. MX\A 3, T908. Nio, t64.. .. ........... . . ROOSTERS COME SEEKING REVENGE Wabash Plays Varsity Today- '10 Engineer-'lli Lit Game Tie at End of Thirteenth. The fist xof te twin s'resv beween te xarsityxand taxi\Viiitxtnine xwiile playdtislx'aftroon. i'nless Waah ha mrvxi morex'x'hanxihasxxMichviga, as boys ouxv xxgt xa( lasttolxixiv'ak ee. rThegamesbothtodai ndtxxix xxitxin...…

March 13, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…The Michigadn Daly VI. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, M-ICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH r3, 190. NO. 121. VARSITY RECORDS MAY BE SMASHED veterans Will Meet Some. Fast UnerclassmenHaskins' Ar- rival Delayed. Hlaskins did not arrive yesterday as was expected, but sill probably be us tbe gyro Iis morning. Te sale of re- served seats is progressing rapidly, and tie crowd wil be a large one. Prac- #tically all the athletes of any proninence aout the University have ent...…

February 13, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBO-R. ;ICIGA1N, THURSDAY, FkB UARY 'ji . N. VOL. XII NQ WATERMAN GYM IS BUSY PLACE stmlitO of last yeair. Itiiis'0., a stocky freshmoani, is shlowing good forthiii the combiniation and double work. Negotia- tions are being opened with Chticago and Oberlin for contests ini this branch of athletics. Track,' Basketball and Tumbling - -__ Teams Working Daily-Relay ,UCl I tGlNIA 1400K AND Teams Must be Picked at Once....…

December 13, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Daly ANN ARBOR, MIlICG X\ 1 RID kY, C l -)l(\ilId 13 Q,07.N.C \'i.XVIJL. . f ti PiRRY -DISCUSSES PROPOSED REFORM P leform Committee Thinks That Success of Movement Depends1 on Number Interested The political itfoni n nittec' held at meeting at thne clhose last night. Senealreforiti lii iirti w etedicustsed. . I. Peare . VVidC . Pratt,, J. T Sample J. E.Ole \1.V.hIner- mant, Hi3.Jonesic iilM.,-). Baldin aee adeid to t ini ee T...…

November 13, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…1"TheMichigan Dail c ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN , -WEDINESI) AY,\ O V EM ER 13, 1907. fi Vol,. XVIII. Nor. 44. STUDENT SCALPERS TO BE PROSECUTED Plans For Mass Meeting at Field Complete-Lineup Practically Settled. 'the Athletic Toard of Control last -ght passed the following resolntion re- garding sudnts whoc ausse the privi- ilege of reduced price tickets: "I has ubenreportedl ticthsboard tat certain suseits hase seriously -bused the privilege...…

October 13, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOI.. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, -MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, OCTOIIER t3,.to )7. No. iS. MICHIGAN SCORES OFTEN ON FARMERS Varsity, on Rampage, Rolls Up 46 Points-Yost Is Pleased by Team's Work. Although the Farmrsec lookel fuly a strtong as te Ctsc teamt which hlta week go hedtetitrtity to inetu pont they tereuttteryuntileicto copcuwith the (leterttttmined otor itofiMichianyes terdiayiand t \tiewlt ie itwledoff o wtitth thescontdgue o1 ...…

March 13, 1907 (vol. 17, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…The Mkichigan Daily N 'L N\II .NC. iiMC8. A, :DAY Il:(l Vol- XV, 11. t : 1 18. ENGINEERS WIN SEMI- FINALS IN BASKETBALL Fresh and Soph Engineers by Last Victories Make Championship a Departmental Affair. CCCyll o ilI C. CCCI i ts ICC CCCII lice e t u eIII the' CC'"IC aml r))C " ll ro ers1I i~ei on 12C 1 l theC til game of t111111 cs 1'CC CCC CC e f it, ev~ iI I as c -C1C lwcil lit fr~ti a"i C'CCC'IC' 1111C ictr Til, <1am C IIaI ] CCII CI o...…

February 13, 1907 (vol. 17, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…T he Michigan Daily V-O'.X' 11. BASKETBALL GAMES ARE ANNOUNCEIJ Manager lFrapwell tivses Out inter= class Schedule .Wide atr IXl 1 d 111f i 1IX o 11 ailtsm!III.i ~i.fici1 \io^ lIX tt1111 x 1i1 I11 x lX ' ilircr . t i i ANN ARBOR, NI[('I IIIINN. NN'VI[)N\I )A.1, BiIi 13,;* 11)0. No . . OAT E'OtMll, SI TS I? A'I H O l,:lR I'W SUM" Gqllwil lwhl it- rcgulir Ltt lli-lit ill tier \litlti tluu t ll lan t (411 cl- lwlltcr- Ill(, dat", iSthlwhocr d...…

January 13, 1907 (vol. 17, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XVII. ANN ARB~OR, CONFE~RENCE3 SHOWS NO MERCY TO MICHIGAN MICHIGAN, St.*NDAY, JAN['ARY 1907- NO. 77. Students Will Probably Rise in Rebellion--Conference Cripples Athletic Teams--Biars Seven- Game Schedule. kiiir e ira111if'z.a't f rni he miiirac (;;half, nns lilwI (111dfiin I ficl/I'sil /ss f/sill. rlif/itrs i17 fasi'f{111. ba/l gamnes, alld Is fed 0 It' MI fir wfi.' i'iCiiliili C l r'1 C'hiesci rio veisr Irsdeal...…

November 13, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

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October 13, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…The MichganDaily Vot.. XV II. No. 17. SENIOR CLASSES ELECT VARSITY SPRING NEW PLAYS IN TODAY'S GAME (larrels, f'lagoffin and Other Stara Segregated For Special Practice Yesterday Afternoma. Grieat Interest Shown and Elec- tions Close in Many [epart- ments. Thetiniorttellst,-in iithevriur d, for the Sadtti Col uncil ysedyatr Gi.(re-at ihee-t iwa- taknil ill, electiontahlitall the senioitrantd Ia largi- iii lii of iiitem tuiredtl o th i Iit...…

May 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…The Mch i gan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNI).\Y , I_\\ 13, 1906 JiO. XVI. N o. i Co. TWO RECORDS BROKEN MICHIGAN MEETS BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE IN VARSITY FIELD DAY DEFEAT BY ILLINOIS OF "AIDA" ENDS FESTIVAL __________________________Pitchers Battle Throughout-Illinois________________ HahiBraJupadCein p clse Iace, with fovnan Closlay Wins in Twelfth Inning With di 113TS A\\01>'CKIProfessor Stanleys Efforts Are pressing C lelt. Cl1ark, too010...…

April 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga al ANN ARBOR, MICII( .\\ I HI) \\ \iPRIL, igo96. vOL. XVIL. No. 142. ALL DEPARTMENTS UNITE FOR SENIOR RECEPTION Decided Change Over Former Years- Will be Most Important Social Function of Senior Year. In tot of the colleges trogott the counr ithtie senor receptiotn is ote of lhe moast iportantsocal evetts it the s tdentis career. It takes ottct the same rakas the jtitior op at Mlihigat ttnd elab oate prepara5tionts herald it. T]...…

March 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…4 The Michigan Daily AXNN ARBOR, \HEC EI i<f. ' C I SDAYkMAI RCH [ 13, 1900. MI o. XVI. No. 115. PROFESSOR PATTENGILL CON FE~RENCE ARBITRATOR VINDICATES MAKES STATEMENT Michigan's Representative at Football M C I A O L Y N Conference Makes Explanation as1 to Work of That Body. Professor Waldo of Purdue Says of Xir 1t.. G IfI-i l l . ) Michigan Was Justified in idf r-i le atnioiii rescnt liiiti iatte ret fro ll 1rilfi I Playing AI11..ieste...…

February 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…A The Michigan Daily 11.xvi- ANN ARBOR, lMICI-UIG \N, TU'ESDAY. F l'')Z.VU.RY 13. 190o6. VARSITY GLEE, BANJO AND MANDOLIN CLUBS. i O1wn' close upon the heecsof the olowi((1 n this selection thelmnolin ((01 enthusiastically applau((ded. 'hlOwas 'Imer(00(1(14 an1d1 exceti ona lly 1(111 cubper 10(110011 10011ane((0 teclbgaetheo Pt tich fr omoSuiteOp.1 wort:(If the lmandollin l(ub1 was ( evi-01charmng.( Nlr. DIickey dep1icte'd several 1)0 Con...…

January 13, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XVI. ANN ARBOR, ENTHUSIASTIC 1flEETING OF TRACK CANDIDATES dition tfor te meets to come later Nearly One Hundred Respond to Judging fromn the umber of new men Captain Ramey's Call-Many who turned out last night, Michigan's Freshmen Out. chances for winning te conference this year are much better than in 105. Te Ninety-oue candidates for the t akidistasice escts cpecialy are wett fited, aml turned out list night sinIres...…

December 13, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

….The Michiga"nDal AN NARBOR, ITCHIGAN, 'C t)\ I 'i)N1).1 NI)I:C'I t3 t)Oc . VOL. XVI. No. 63. FOOTBALL BANQUET TO BE ELABORATE AFFAIR Business Men Hold Meeting to Ar= range Football Banquet-Will Occur After Holidays. The busneiiss 1trnof Aniiiirblor meOi 11I~a ontoiiglht to irrnigefor thr an- mm] alontinio be girro Michigan's fotalheioe's. Owng ito theapri11oach Of Christmaisian01theruish of busiiness inietlto thei holiday Seas0onol c aoti...…

October 13, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…The MihinDily VOL. XVI. ANN-ARB-OR, MICHIGAN, VIDA, OCTO BER 13, 1905. Noj 16. STRENUOUS PRACTICE IN' PREPARING FOR VANDERBILjT The Two Germans, Schulte and Schulz, in the Game-Yost Works Men Until Dark-New Men Are Showing Up Well The varsity prceice last inight was one of the hest and lngest yet pated off. Coach Yost started tie pefosm- ansce by ssteieng Rtrioey, Magoffi. start, "Oty"aotGillrels hose soie- ceive tile hiallt id iget quic...…

May 13, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL,. xv. 9ADGERS AGAIN VICTIMS. McAllster's Mlen Win lwelfth Con= Eecutive Victory- -ichigan, 4; Wisconsin, 3. h lic to the <I:III vv( i f , r ~ u :1 itlici l~ui rv1~~ 1:tt h( iil \\<i ' lt ( o wtl c l(cc tll' hits, ta-' ( ii ~ (11 r !! l1 f ill an( 1,1,(11 (1 \\ :11( th c(i ;t c \1 i ch tl itir l liii h~ r t\} cit l~itililill luin I lii \clsatr~.n tWO Co li,,in n i iII il ti t1 i iW llS :i care Iii ii itti :11.(h \ntill1 2...…

April 13, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

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March 13, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR. MICH., 'TUESDAY, MARCH14t. 1905 No. 11 LAUDS PRESIDENT ANGELL FITZ WAS PLEASEDJ. PRIZES FOR ESSAYS. Coach Satisfied Nitto Re suits of Pur= Students of Economics Offered Big due Mit --All=[ reshi Try- Sums for Studies on V.ar outs This Week1. ious Topics ANNIVERSARY EXERCISES Professor Coe C Forty=Sevient; of the 1100 lo 0011 u C n 0. 'si 1l)0 i r2?i1 "Quo0 t t 1 thof 1 Fi 1 it r ; r 1 iilt c Iil C )S1 t. t'ti i; t...…

January 13, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daly FRME PITZPATRICK ISXHORTS HIS PROTEGES ~TelsThemto Shut "Their Teeth Wnand Go in and Win"- -Talks by Rebstock, Norcross and Manager Baird. gar I'ithir ir l ad ap O lt Re Ittetthk iait day. e orir Oiv I inU sir ooe11119. Ne r br i n h hs ofJ01 \ lire Nlrerrrrrg Solaka 1*W~ e1 rrsrri rr thertint Ir tlri f thie wt, tire pl(irrri rrrrr bc~ fes tog Peelle if ' riicr-n-or-oi sscd tihe IIWII lnif'r t~rit hr, ol r rO. r hre rc rrii10...…

November 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…The Mich1g i1 DaOldy VOL. XV. VOL XV.ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, NOVEM FBER 1i;, 1904. N.4 No. 42 to ''' .1f!I'rightl-Asistanst toacs Fote, S tualr tD e tree. t, lao'iis, hats isO, Patrick. tlottorow 'OO-Triner Fii 1itzhtat ril, l''o itliltnonid, ('iiisiShtulte, IHeston ('ali le . totgmani, tailosr, C'acts 'Yost. Stu ieitt ilatiager Aotosttery Norcrs s. "1 I lAN I8 C A1PION! Wolverines Win First Honors for the Fourth Time-- '1a roonsFkght Gamely...…

November 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…The !ichigan Daily No. '4 ANN ARBOR, MICH.', TUE2SDAY, NOVIIMBER" 13 1904. IRNING CONCERT. Of Choral Union Series Friday Night ''ates Fixed for May Festival- Thomas Orchestra to Assist in the Fistival Concerts. sTith musialsasn ifor Ann Aror burgs on Priilihnighithni ii litt- burg 1rchestra i ad ll nt c i tiii lO 1 nt i 1,;. iirh ips teii rals lit( h eui ni oi Thomas, Orvl~tii'i i i I sooe. F lloingi is in eiiliso Feb 14 \i ri F iotei onrato g...…

October 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…The ilc <*nDaily VOL. xV. ANN ARBOR, MIH., THJURSDAY, OCTOBE;R 1 9, 1904. No. 11 AWUL SLAU~iI1IR. Varsity Showed Up P. & S-Seventy two Points in Twenty-two Mn- utes-Tom Hammond Kik Every Goal. It ;s easy nowto10understand wy the PysiciansadSren re tototltof pilaying te Varsity The Chicago aggregation went (dott to the worst defeat yesterday tht anly eant ever snffered ot Fery Field. In twenty-two mnitutes of ploy the Vacsity, playing itsatmtst...…

May 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…he ichigan Dail VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1904. No. 159 NAY FESTIVAL Begins With An Excellent Concert- This Afternoon's Program- A Noted Tenor to Sing the Part of Gerontius Tonight. Never has a May Festival opened tinder more auspicious conditions than those attending last night's concert. The weather mild, the audience enthu- siastic, and the artists eager to do their best; these were the causes for the success of the conce...…

April 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR. MICH., W ESDAY, APRIL 13, 1904. No. 1 142 BIG RACE TODAY. Cross Country Club Will Hold Its An- nual Spring Race This After- noon at 3:30 P. M. . Good List of Starters. This afternoon at 3:30 occurs thes an- nual spring cross country race. For- ty-three men have entered for the con- test and it promises to be an excit- ing affair. All C. C. C. men are barred, and everyone who has even had any experience ...…

March 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…0 The Michigan Dail VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1904. No. 116 "rICNIGAN VICTORIOUS. BIBLE STUDY. BRYAN LECTURE. First Reiment Defeated by Score of Inter-Fratrnity Bible Study Associa- William Jennings Bryan Lectured Yes- 42 to.22-Rose Breaks all Amer- tion Organized and Operating- terday Afternoon to One of the iean Records for Shot Put- Fifteen Fraternities Interested Largest Audiences ever As- The Summaries. and over N...…

January 13, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904. No. 74 TRACK MEN MEET. GUSTAV A. GOETTE DEAD. Gustav Alfred Goette, a 1907 dental Largest Meeting of Track Candidates student, died very suddenly in his room at 503 Monroe street last even- in the History of the University.- ing at 6:15 o'clock. His death was One Hundred Men Present. due to congestion of the tungs. Al- though he had been feeling ill for sev- The la...…

December 13, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…. ]0 VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1903. fl[SION CHOSELN. Michigan Half-back Only Western Man en Camp's First All-Ameri- can, Maddeck, Redden and Graver Have Places en Third Team. Waiter Camp, tie d1an1ofifoot 1)1)1. has chosen hisAll-Amorican tool hail teams anti He tons ofi Michig;ana sh onty westi-rnt tuaye to behooried otil slht hir-I ea.Caps etlimioare as fottows: First Eleven. hodlney 1-sristreton. tat ht -tii-an, Y...…

November 13, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903. No. 41 FIERC[ SCRPI""AG[. '"4~'~ ~ ''"zz~"~I K, K ~ ' 2Z~22~.~' rONSIER fr1[TING. Yesterday's Practice Harder Than f MONSTER MASS MEETING. f Coach Yost, Dr. Fitzpatrick, The Band Ever-Condition of the Team- f * and Members of the Team Will Badgers to Spend Today at Bat * UNIVERSITY HALL; 7 P. M. TONIGHT. f Positively Be Present. tle Creek. v a,^, 4 g, f V 0 What prom...…

October 13, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…TheMichiga Dil VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1903. No. 13 01110 STAT[ NORM1AL ... .. . 4................CPRES. ANEL ON RLSfl[S. aj The Michigan Daily sent "@ ~~ Plays a Mid-Week Game With the $'-D allh y t oradesfrte i l elrsFia ih' rul n balance of I st semesterDelrsFia NghsTouean 'Varsity Tomorrow-An Unknown Says That Young Men Arrested Team-Interest in the Minne- M'ail in your address to The Mrichgan Daily, or phone 461 W...…

May 13, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

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March 13, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…TB" n.Or P1. DAILY. xli'. ANN ARBOR, TMICH., FRIDAY, M4ARCH 13, 1903 No. 120 ILLINOIS ARR VES TODAY aor tke utal Meet Saturday Night- a3terscholastic Meet Will Take Place ofl..Usual Inter-Clasa Contest Next Week PThis, aftertoont it 4:58 the tratck 'liof eivei Isea relpreseli tiog the ,zss of Ilinoiis will arrivei Lion Arbor ini pletity of tittl to get a ; hdiightit sletep preparaitory to the '('Mlit Iis gt'rtitllty believed thtt '5it jjani wi...…

February 13, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…TitE Oi: NM DAILY. Vol. X III. ANN AIt 'I l IMCI.. Ft I)XVYFEISIITAItY 18,1 1903 N. 96 TRACK Cant. Utleyasn1083Prospects The -IWX htttiI "4forliii- llit~lo" Frtesh Rela y Trials-Some Remark- "a i I0t,,itill miii i r~lw ttii able Perforancaes-Other' I"t iii Trials Today lIt- XWtt 111 i's : iitt1. rt i Y-,'tirii I 1I111kId ;II oiher :lay'of lrii i h g at lo of I'il Ir i iiii ii. fr te it'h e 11ii I :;Iii on It IIIli isle li I al ist o e o l v , ...…

January 13, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. SECOND YEAR. ANN ARBOR, MICIH., TUESD)AY, JANUAlRY 13, 1903 No. 77 ATHLETIC ELECTIONS Rumor Concerning May Festival --A r. muory lis sit 5tsrsist(rally sit'- Zandidates are Scarce-Roberts and ;ealated anti studlets antd others Verder ut or Fotbll it the May Fes-tival would not take Terler ut fr Fotbal plao this year. WNhen seen tty thte Kanagership nallyNews last evettittg lrofes sor - .-.- Stanley :;aid positively that...…

December 13, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…_______ UNI, E RSITY OF MICHIGAN.______ ANN ldid~t)1b, \tl(1I . S\Ttl'1)AY. 1 ('MD ixf 190182 Nto . xi Si' NI) : 1 J.:' . COMEDY CLUB TONIGHT i s5'" V lxix uand Dlio' i 'l ,,v ~ C~O Er C OSEN r u . J l tax la t sa i ~'x ...l P ..a .: . Cf i t !ijiliAt . a ... xt i t{ i I~ f13 ii i mil ii li i }Ii I i t i tt V Iri-i fii'.; ' r l1 +; '''liitrliii)' ,, ' : )i + l 11 { . 1):y w iiII ' yix 1;1 I' p ''ii il L' ii1t I I i(ii11xvi x.iiin 1 i i1: f i s...…

November 13, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

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March 13, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

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February 13, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…41C 1 " ,TL r E L i i W. 2 rM w"rir . w.ly w. rf CA FLU ET YEAR. ANN ARI3OR, MIH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 1902. No, 95i PRELIMINARY MEET. Clare Entries for the Different Events and a Better Class of Material Than Ever Before. +.rt'the "' ,ll I 'j, aks',5 e 1t1 'e "1h i~t "hvnri ,. ;t r heellh+h iiiX' d r ~ let H , thatihe i re, ttt 1t, tit illhateIitt ti ttuthi Iea 'nI ' , 1 11 .1 ir e i, it, e lI,,i e h I ' ' 'I: '~eu 1 1 r ~ te h e il e k r i...…

November 13, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…N11MT YEA. ANN ARBOR, MICII., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1901. No. 44 TICKETS ARE GOING. THE COMEDY CLUB. SENATOR FAIRBANKS. _ A CONSOLATION PRIZE. Geat Interest Shown in Chia Chicago The "Mask Bal," a Farce Comedy in The Noted Indiana Statesman Will The Teams in the Final Class Game Game Both by the Studnt Body Three Acts, Will e the First Speak on "The Spanish American Want the Athletic Board to and Alumni. Play Given. War." Reward the Team. The...…

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