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December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

….r.Y.r rwri. y THE WEATHER FAIR AND CONTINUED COLD TODAY '.L Ar 4ir r t t n , I . :43 at ii LAST DAY FOR 'ENSIAN PAYMENTS AT $4.50 VOL. XXXIV. No. 69 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE MEXICAN FORlCES MUSTER TO CHECK, REBELS' ADVANCE Gargoyle Fulfills Promise By Distinctive Christmas. Issue FEDERAL GENERAL IS UNABLE TO CHECK PROGRESS OF REVOLUTIONISTS ARMS SUPPLIED MILITIA FO...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY '' I.' jJDE , .IJ WONCE IGGS ELLOWSHIP PLAN Hinsdale Lauds Late President; Pleads For Fitting Memorial those who seek leadership in public affairs. HeI was steady. He was I strong. le was tolerant. He was patient. He manifested all of thase qualities which made him a well- balanced citizen-The kind of a man to whom we like to point as of the real American type. GENERAL STEAMSHIP,,AGT, Tickets. Travelers Cheeks, Lett...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 3

…1923 THE 11 TCHIGAN DAILY PA TH_.CHGA.DL __A W1on nI She Is $20,000I A Year Woman The Girls' Mandolin club will meet at 5 o'clock today in Newberry hall.1 Various Christmas customs will be discussed at the meeting of the Portia Literary society which will, be held at 7:15 o'clock tonight in room 302, Mas- on hall. All members are urged to be present. All women who are planning to stay in Ann Arbor during the Christmas vacation are aske...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 4

…WO'UR T THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..r , OFFICIAL 1NEWSPAPER OF TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. can deveopment. Michigan will at- tain her fullest maturity when this purpose shall have become an inte- ; T D ROLL gral part of the spirit of the people, and a guiding instrument in all the activities which in any way bear upon the formation...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 5

…ER 13, 1923 TIlE MICHICAN DAILY MeL e&e TO- H OLD CONVENTION HERE, Modern Language Association Con- -i'enes iere For Fortieth Annual Meeting Where The G. 0 .OP,1Will Meet In 1924 celebration of Christmas. All stu- 'dents wbo are planning to take these courses must register in room 1026, East Engineering building this week. No extra fees are charged University students. Warsaw, Dec. 12.-The remains of Henryk Sienkiewicz, who wrote "Qu...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 6

…HE MICHIGAN DrILY THURSDAY, , 13, - --Atoo , g= , -, 242- K b 1/ Oil t Ii THER DRIES SQUAD HARD IN EFFORT TO FIND SU-ITABLE FIVE1 erines To Oplen Season At Ciu- Martin has the weight that is lack- unati With Team Which Will I jng among the other men, but it a Be Light But Fast trifle slow. He will be a valuable man is he can speed up his game. tD POSITIONS APPEAR As only nine men are to be carr- FILLED; OTHERS, IN DOUBT 'i ed...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY m~.. .: : ) THI COLUMN CLOSE$ AT3 $P.M.1 LA3 I !sit COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M. WANTED THE MAN who by mistake was sent, from our cleaning shop a blue coat. The same had a. faint pin stripe be-I Sport Snap Shots (Continued from Page Six) watch the work of one entrant close- ly. ADVETISINGI LOST LOST Sat. night near Unitarian church purple silk umbrella. Re- ward. Phone 3011-R. SILVER FOUNTAIN pen and chain. Sometime...…

December 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 69) • Page Image 8

…___________________ TE MICHIGAN DAILY D AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by tv Assistant t the F-A!deret until {3:30 p. Tn. (11:30 a. in. Satu rday.1 Volume 4 THURSD}AT, DECEMBER 13, 192 Number 69 University Women: Girls who are to remain in Ann Arbor during the Christmas vacation are requested to leave their names in the office of the Dean of Women....…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER 4i& GENERALLY FAIR,IRISING+ TEMPERATURE VOL. XXXIV. No. 44 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1923 EIGHT PAGES ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MEMBER WESTERN CONFERENCE DITORIA ASSOCIATION PRICE, FIVE CENTS i DETROIT SYMPHONY Alumni Grid Graph Will Help Send Band On Trips Next Year Expenses for sending the Varsity an equal basis. Also next year it is bad to out-of-town football games thought that the b...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…TI ITE M1CHTGA& DAILY _______ t DEBATE TEAM HOEN FflR I FAIIIF COAN1R Killed By Klan Ti UII LLnIUUL UU64 JI:Lr== PUB LIC SPEI 'iN(1 I) EA IT ll XI IN .K .:.... FINAL TRYOUT Michigan's Varsity debating team which will debate in the Central league contest between Northwestern university and the University 01: Chi- sago in January was chosen the past week-end after the final tryout was:";: held in' Mason hail. Those who will argue on the ...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…______ _____THE MICHIGAN DAILY President Burton and Mrs. Burton' ll4cad LI.st for Panliellenie Function FIRST ALL-SORORITY DANCE WILL BiE HELD NOVEMBER .30 Patrons and patronesses for the Pan- hellenic ball to be given by the Mich- igan Inter-sorority assocition on Fri- day, N'ov. 20, at. Granger's dancing academy have accepted the invitations extended to them by the committee in charge. They are President Marion L. Burton, and Mrs. Burton, D...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY To the undergraduates who attended the conference, the spirit demonstrated NEWSPAPER OF THE 3ITY OF MICHIGAN cry morning except Monday versity year by the Board in dent Publications. Western Conference Editorial ed Press is exclusively en- e for republication of all news ited to it or not otherwise paper an4 the local news pub- he postoffice at Ann Arbor, ond class matter. Special rate :)ted by Third Assistant Post- by ca...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Will Be lheld At Statler, Detroit; Doremus, Burton, and Osborn To Speak 3)IITTEE HAS SENT OUT MORE THAN 5,500 INVITATIONS Mortimer E. Cooley, dean of the Colleges of Engineering and Archi- tecture, on the eve of his retirement foir a period or six months due to ill health, will be honored by one of the greatest testimonials given to the life and work of an engineer. Four engi- eering organizations have combined n honoring...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 6

…. IN. ... ,. uliIIIIIIII I MEW j &-, . - - , I ., I , . _ : ... ,, ~~'~ ' mneet w il l be a e epted until 5 o 1(( 'rrn'ri iflhan " ~ Dc. 1 May of the houses ha n .tered as w ell as given the co (n)M lsio he r en r es f rlh PlNI LrP11DPfIA1311TX They, adthose who nrvntu'ho j nrnaIn aliiF 1. ! . n n~r vt a'nt ~ n t g C { UUflUIILU OL Parker ,Rockwel, rule and Vicki Furnish Canddae for Psition 1XIPKE MAY CAT, SI~AS INt WISCONSIN CONTE I...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 7

…i DOUBLE room. One occupant may work for same' if desired. Phonej 1134-:N. 422 E' Washington.1 SMALL Furnished apartment. Warm an(] light., 806 E. Kingsley. MJrs. G. r. Garnett, 806 E. Kingsley. STEAM H IEATiED ROOM S, convenient to campus. Prices ranging from $3.50 to $4.0,0 or 614 Monroe. BROWN LEAT1:I 1R handbag at Mar- xine game. Finder please phone D. SBacon at 885-M. Reward. PEARL BE.AD)S on Ferry Field Satur- day. Finder Phone 2513-M....…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r " ..... .. +. Building on dates and at the hour spec Companies A and B, Tuesday Nov. Companies D and E, Wednesday N( Companies F and G, Thursday No- land : For Hearst Trophy team it, . QT. C. 1hid: R~ehearsal at Newberry Hall at 7:, MVembi.ers of R. C. C. T1. Band will repo p. ]in. Wednesday, Novemb~er 14th. cifled below: One car of the special has already been 13, 2:00-4: 00 p. In. signed up for, but the chamber of co...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…s ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1923 PA l LODEN IN FAVR OF REORGANIlZATlN IN GOVERNMENT! FORMER GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS! ADRESSES LARGE AUDIENCE IN HILL AUDITORIUM - (a TO DECLARES HEADS ARE SWAMPED BY DETAILS Program Be- of State President of Nation Receives Amount of 'Iinor Workt Says Speaker Vast Foxy Fellow Foils Frosh Doubtless taking advantage of the new anti-violence regime put into ef- feet by the Student council...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…tLINl 1TODA Uol ,e to iarruice, will delver a in- EQ jiversity lecture at 4:l5 o'clock, Mon- ;; day afternoon, Oct 22, in the Natural Science auditorium. M. Moret is an, Egyptologist of international stand-! sUrge ug and wil:peak in French on some atnsphaoe of the history or civilization of as Mgypt althouigh his exact subject has i not beemanounced. n' tl~i Lo, comes under the auspices of the a ve ii ot ,ercle Francais. 1 " ~ AVOO SEK Mo're...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN -DAILX ,s ad- 26, a.t 11 pro- ures is tee inj being' of 'the e, andr fast wil tak~e place at 6:30 o'clock inI o'colck Monday evening in the parlors gir the morning at Wesley hall. Installa-; of Barbour gymnasium. cIa tion a~nd full initiation will be held at an( 'o'clock in the. afternoon at WEesleyj Senior society will m~eet at 7:30 to hall and a formal dinner will follow o'clock Monday evening, at Betsy far- of at Barton :d...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . I rence is exclus blication of t or n't 3 the local! he pogtoffice at An econd class matter. by carrier, $3.50; Arbor Press I Wi orial, 2414 and UntiOflS not Cs C conmiuicants w~ k body. The Ioal en roll men ( 0 E \wT r- o ~ IA ih i s about e t.housan3d studen ts and mre than eight hundred of this one thousand have acccmpaflied the .ght- mug team to' Ann Arbor to w:tness the game with Michigan. ondai When two thir...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY w to koko ho '0 w w ho%*,40%0%OW406% ------------ wM/% M THE MARKET PAGE , - - I .....ww ------- ,.O.w- LA " h w w -, - 60%w*s%0p%0% un+ THE SCHULTZ GROCERY THE HOME OF PURE FOODS 114-16 E. WASHINGTON PHONES 326-328-327 SATISFACTION I' I lk. __ ,, o Until You Have Tried Q A L I T A Few Old Bill.Spud Says:E "When you bud from a concern which has an enviable reputation that R it has established by yea...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…t tIE MICHIGAN DAILY- F ., 9' Y7 %"Wwolw - ,. r , '¢ r. Em L S Aff MER EL M AG IN WINS FO,-R ;~iz On odw) y''s Gidi ro Card hl BI;QIXEUP' REAKI NG )NWD SEES T xkie Wayid't71.0 f, C Oct. 12.-.-(By A.)- it may seem, in a lie: Stengel-"Casey, the re the New York Gig .h a home-run drive the recoil' time inl ecord breaing, woc watched the stru gs to0 Righ;lt Icldl he ball into the ri s at the Yankee stadL Ii inning, Steng~ol's b...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

… FOR RENT SUITE TO RENT on second floor. No smoking. 1333 Volland. 637-R. C Terrace Garden dandruff? Stop it! Appointments evening if made day before. Older ladies given special attention, Hours unless by special appointment from 10 to 6. Work guaranteed by one who has studied medical as well as manip- ulatory beauty culture. MADAME E. S. ANDERSON, I 21 Wuerth Arcade. ag-t '' 510 First Nat'l.Bank Bldg. Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451 Hou...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

…ling at the Perry school are i niners class in English, acco: Screen-Today i I -1 Arcade-"Enemie3 of Women," Lionel Barrymore. e held Monday after- Library. John IL Effinger. 1i Majestic-Viola Dana in "Roug- ed Lips." v. 16, the sconsing Come AFTER THE GAME to Wuerth -- "Down to the Sea in Ships," Orpheum-"Fools and Riches." Prekette' S 10 James. Stage-This Week SUGAR BOWL, [.0 1 Witney-May Robson in - the "Rejuvenatio...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 9

…A6V Ar ficit % X m q kTI Extr VOL. XXXIV. No. 18 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1923 PRICE, FIVE ANKO TIE SE IES. WIN FO R } SCORE BY QUARTERS AGAINST YOSTMEN MICHIGAN 1st 2nd 3 3rd 4th FINAL 0 E PASS IN FIRST QUARTER, STEGER TO UTERITZ, GOOD FOR 40 YARDS BLOTT OPENS SCORING WITH PACEMENT KICK Teams Practically Deadlocked Three Quarters in Fierce Struggle For By Ralph N. Byers Sporting Editor Ferry Field, Oct.. 1...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 10

… the competition this morning. About WILL OLD 12 women will be picked from this WILL OLD CMBINE try-out and they will meet for the last ;~elimination try-out Saturday, Oct. 20, 1,99E THBUTT009' ,when the final team will be selected. DEBATIHYOT TD~ At the meeting this morning the try- TWELVE WOMIEN TO BIE PI CKE )1 speech on the Towner-Sterling bill. TO (COiTIzE'1' FOR F'INAL ? Staff members of the public speaking PLACES department will be the ...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 11

…"'_#.''""_____ ^x":_'_ .:___saxe_______________c:,.._: v ..,. 4. P a:. '. $ a 4. '.i . ui.ip ai° " . , fast will take place at 6:301 oclock in ocolck Monday evening 'in the" parlors (girls with the -highest .scres in the ........ ~h~l thhIh~e morniing at Wesle~y hall. Igatalla- of Barbour .gmnasiumi. casswl eenee nti o test Mgtion and full initiation will be held at aldrvlyfolh oos sepce y eno scit mllmetatI o'clock in the afternoon at Wesley ...…

October 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 18) • Page Image 12

…'I'CE MICHIGAN DAILY S ATU] THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATU. ___ 1 i AT THE THE ATERS Night_ Classes Begin. at Perry School jto Miss Carrie Dicken, principal. The More than half of the 118 pupils who majority of the students are Germans, enrolled at night school last Monday with the Swedes second in number. evening at the Perfy school arein the, The night school is open every Mon- beginners class in English, according day, Wednesday, and Fr...…

July 13, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…I tru ~1I~it33 ASSOCIATEI PRESS- DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE x ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1923 PRICE FIVE LINES POLICY iU CAIN IS LL >OSAL ASKS FRANCE: ,CEASE OCCUPATION urzon's Speech to Lords Voices le Opinion as That Held by Prime Minister ndon, July 12-(By A.P.)- t Britain has informed ce and Italy that she is ready ssume the responsibility of ring the draft of a reply e German reparations note. reply will be su...…

July 13, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION Published every morning except Monday uring the summer session. Member of the Associated Press. The As- ociated Press is exclusively entitled to the ie for repubflication of all news dispatches redited to it or not otherwise creditedin is paper and the local news published here- entered at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, 4ichigan,. as second class matter- Subscription by carrier or mai...…

July 13, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…oon Features Puppets 22 ARE EfNlOLLE FIRST INSUIN Si Puppeteers W ill I the export cities are located. The Lion collars-10c, thre efor I PaBritish suggestion as understood here J. F. Wuerth Co.-Adv. Play For Pari y would contemplate the use to a limited ECT1ON Atlartha Cookextent of naval resources that would'Guaranteed sox, 6 pair-six not necessarily involve the military -no darning, $1.50, at J. F. WA forces, Co.-Adv. I STUDY OF DIETES' ...…

July 13, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…InURE filln mi rT I M a I UrIHUIA L DULLt IIN in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m, Saturday.) FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1923 Number 18 ~HEED DEFENDS I RUHIRINVASION Presidential Question 1 e WA President Harding' refoml- nation by the G. 6vx con- sidered certain since an- other action would be G. 0. P. repudiation of te Hard- in administration...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER IA J'IE AND CON'TINUED1 COOT, TODAY Y A!Ia ttl VOL. XXXIiL. No. 163 T'WEN'TY PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 TWENTY PAGES r1CNon1nvrM IN'' prtO emember Mother WIN FROM FROIISH PhiladepClELEBy RATIO .NP.FOR IN SPRING hi i the plea being made by the!VSTN FAHR 1 1ton, as the whol~ e wrld nV estc' ! CHJARRED BONES DISCLOSE GRAVE OF ARMY OFFICER San Diego, Cal., May 11 (By .A. P.)--The charred bones of Col. ...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAEX.)AY 13, 1923 Carl Sandburg Idol Smasher- A Poet of the People naeifv ie-bhot otelntheifr- CARROLL LANE FENTON (junk worn-out sytems of thieving and naceof hit-ho stelandther lmurder and to settle down in peace. flesh and boneo were burned up along Uikrrita, af/-Michigan But his dream did not ome tre; in- with a few tuna of limestone and other tead of eeing an effort for peace junk. A Taylor Stre t ...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…n1 cmcjj IEU AHISI ID INC IN OPENING ' 'ESTIV9k CONCERT, IA11IN() THR E DIIIOWLL CIVE CIIE.STRA PROGRAM TO LAST THROUGH GONCERTS Friday Designated "Artists' -Night",. to ,Appear WCO prepari~ations have been comnplet- ed, for' Ann Arbor's thirtieth annual' .May Festival, the first concert of v./1~C~x w~ll be given at S o'clock Wed- nesday evening in Hill auditorium when Deniamfino Gigli, the noted tan- cr~ of the Metropolitan Opera company...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 W aexcessive frivolities, or perhaps she toss of a Leginska-type shock of hair, ing their inferiority. W o mT en and s anoust plain lazy, but a nice girl and would hold their own as long as This musical activity of women will and all that,-so she may be granted there was no competition with the produce no happier results than it Nil ic a normal diploma. opposite sex. But as soon as Field hithert...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…STARTING TO.DAY STARTING SUNDAY 4 Gi4EAT .1, lT E ES O STAG A~I~ND SREU.E N We H-ap~pily Present the Star That You Yrs E lf Have Most Welcome of All in Ann Arbor Pro:Ten To Be the. Li) w AM Si W4 r ' J 4. 1r I N .x 9,a 2-Fi'thig Blood" 0s. 4 6t °' )Ki ]1p Out tres Pie. r,+ i2 rr t., ,r , } i lop .a fiI 4-Top!es ~-Tr~ger's (341r1 Band &-"Tiie Ne'cr Po Well" 7-Recessienal * P4~?U21t to lthe rt v".r The n y"oli c~: PhisstA's...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY-13, IR23 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pace TIRZ Tone ,Painting of Today A_ Survey of Contempory Music Has the last word actsally bcn sid j CARL GEHRING gottnartsed in the middle tof the tn musical extression7 It is rue!entury just pat, it is quite sae to then, that thtenmelodies conceiv-ed by( men ot today andI tonstrosemttbe Others ot much less note arc sat,!- and Occident which we ae nwsad'a--".nin that all three inios-coc Icave formulated...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 4

…IT-OAW7D'nOLI~f #n -,~ .irl n .1V.. CIAL IAYSP1APE R OF THE contracts. 1 1 ~7 , F 1C11GrAr The yearly interest on the indebted- 30fLOTJT I I' f ed eerymoringexcept 1Monday I cd Unversiy ar byn te Boad inness incurred because of failure onDA f .Student Publications the part of students to pay past due O rs of Western Conference E'ditorial MIichigan Union building subserip- [rothier's Inn~inlg ,n. tions-which include life' mbershlp MOST of the...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAGEI POUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TONE PAINTING th~ M zn (Continued from Page Three) By N.B.nection with the trip Tsdaikwsky took though Germany in ISS. Con- "Be cruel to poets and don't let them ducting a concert of his Own works at think the fa us concert hall in lamburg, You like their preposterous patterns iremarks hiitli meIrs that among in ink; the various works which appealed to For poets write Bette: then not over- ar were disliked by th...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

…IllIIi :11 1 :l : l i i ll p S l l l : l 9 I~ lIil'I I liI III11 11 11 1 1f 11;1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1i l l1 1 F G2 111 [1 111 1 1 1 1 't Fool One ilfc! Imagine What a -tIllh :. Old King Solomon Must y MOb! Have STARTS TODA THRU, THURSDj Friend Husband Loved to F( LY' But His Was a Jazz Baby and AY i II NM ilk!4 'ed Hi's Baby the Bottle. the Bottle Didn't Hold 0. AWon 11 .11 { %e. 44 VH4 ti. a }s f th a , r2 --Special Augm { c speel ...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGE FIVEB SUNDX, MY 1, 193 TE MIHIGN DALY 'AGEFIV Edited by Scogan GOLD 'And sin." the news of the marriage (Annie's) he found that his worship for her had by no means vanished; rather in his heart was the eternal treasure of a happy love; untarnished and spotless; it would be like a mirror of gold without alloy, bright and lustrous forever. For Lucian it was no defect in the woman than she was desi...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

… r.s.rr rw _____________ - '~1El~lu%~MfhU iNINE BOWS nu ed from PgeOne) f '! 1'', ' . ., Sunmmary inlning-Midichigan. Kielce sacrificed hi *, fannedl. No runis, no0 Sl lIi Uteritz im to sec- hackleford fl fs, no or.- iois. Roettger flied out to Vanl 1.Dougherty up, singled infield. ,rom1 uip, sinlgled through Uteritz. up, flied out to Ash, Kutehi up, Liverance to Shackleford. No two hits, no errors. and Inning-MXichigan. Van B...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PACVE sX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 i-- B 1 SOAP-BUBBLES OF as a peculiarly provincial attitude, a most courageous attempt to chately LONDON GOSSIP gild the fig-leaf. T1 lE NINETEEN HUNDREDS, By This is a book for the initiate, Horace Wyndhan. Thomas Seltzer, those people who have lived in Lou- $2.50. don at the beginning of this century, Reviewed by F. L. Tilden who knew the little clubs and re- Lured by the similarity bet...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 7

…'A 1 £ s1W~t .r GAN DAILY . .. A S 4Sc ,,l F I ADVERTISI'M "u OSES 3 P. m. Classified Rates. Twv"o Cents per word a dlay, paid ir imumn charge for first day, 25c. -Minimum tliereafi cents p'er vord per day if charged. White space cha of 5c per agate line. Classified, cha rgedl only to those Phone 960 NJOTICE The 'following iBox Reipll Daily Office:' 12, BC, JS MC, M-8, 20, 18, DM. FOR RENT s are at th'e FOR RET 'Unfurnjshed heated f'o...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY. MAY 13, 19233 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F SVrN Htaines is a capable writer. He knows and cheap hash houses. The Sabs' how and when to employ hio moottel- of te Snburnt West", according to' teciive weapons-bunmour anut shE. the dicta of thee respectables, are piity. Theophile ia a chaacter new mere splotches of printer's ink, ines' to American fiction anti promises well out of jazz dancehitst anl the lingo to make "Sky-Line Inn" a wid...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 8

…TH E MICHIGAN RAIL\l DA L F I I L BLLEIPublication i s theZBulletin Is constructiVe notice to all ineibe ofat the University. Copy received until 3:30 D. iw. (11:94 a. 1n. Farsturilas.) Volumne 3 .SUM)A, A Y Ltd :19f3 Ntumber '104 The President and Mrs. Burton will be at htome Wednesday, May 16'' mn 4 to G o'clock. Mr. and M\,rs. Gustav Hoist and Mr. and Mrs.. F-red- ek Stock will assist them. in receiving. z the Deans: There will be a con...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 8

…kas E:t~l'l THE MICHI1GAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 TO6NE PAINTING hut he never succeeded in dpict-!perhaps as men of the ho;'. but wec It migt secus uutsecesay to delve (Continued from Pg' Seven) ott the worth of his "Pglicci." he know only tot welt how oten thes into thoomusit ot Safn at this jun- Perhaps one of the best examptes soecohIado h oe t-at too h or ufra h os. oe in vies of the cootrehenei-et sited Ms agni and his 'Cavoter isa fut...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 9

…LL wo C A60, AbF: a it A6V ,AL- 0 . XXXIII. No. 163 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 13 1923 PRICE FIVE Deficient Secondary School *"iOR- |AKINIe Education Causes Failures A limb, a cudgel, or a bean- pole, you can find them all. F --Senior medical students carry all j Profssor elivers Series of "The average freshman is inade- dents to take their work more serious- , varieties of stcks as senior L'etures o American Psychology quately ...…

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…A.L%-*A .. Hlorseback riding is the et" being taught in thel Phe popularity of the1 shown by the class roll.f -eds have signed up for h meets once a week for ven by the officers of Toai s--Santo Tomnos Uni- at Manila is the oldest institu- learnin~g under the American t was founded in 1611, 25 years the foundation of Harvard Uni- and has for many years pro- the foremost statesmen of the r It pine ds. Northweste~rn - A movement has e...…

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