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October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER PROBABLY SMOWERIS COOLER TODAY 446 :43 tAmkom t an m ;Zoy ASSOCIATED PRESS T'AY'AND -NIGHTII SERVICE VOL. XXXI. No. 9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920. PRICE THREE CE] i C OUNCIL ARRANGS PEP MEETING S AND C LAS SELECTIONS! LITS WILL START BALLOTING FOR OFFICERS MON- DAY TRADITIONS DAY DATE CdANGED TO OCT. 28 Fall Games Set for Week End of Chi- cago Football Game; Two Pep Meetings At the initial meeting of the...…

October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIG I 60 OFFICIAL NXWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Univer. Pity year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associared Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication ofall news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice at An Arbor, Mic...…

October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY VARSITY VS. FRESH THIS AFTERNOON Will Be Last Chande to See Yostmen Practice Until After Illinois Contest COACH MAY NOT USE BEST LINE-UP AGAINST FARMERS Followers of the Michigan eleven will be given the only opportunity to see the Varsity in practice before the Illinois game when the gates will be opened to students at 4 o'clock Thursday for the scrimmage between the regulars and the freshmen. Dur- ing the latter half of ...…

October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHICAN-; Ly Ready to Serve From 11a.m. to 1p.m. - 5 to 7p.m. Pot of hot tea and bowl of rioe PLAIN CHOP SUEY 35 cento CHINESE and AMEftICAN Style Short Orders H. M. H. Air Service. Passenger: taken up morning or afternoon. $7.50. Street car crossing.-Adv. Phone White Swan Laundry-165 We call for your clothes. We was! in soft water; sew on buttons, and dc reasonable mending.-Adv. J. L. CHAPMAN JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST The Store of Re...…

October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

… Farnum in "If I Were ,, Hank Mann in "The Nickel Snatch- er." Fox News. Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY . H. B. Warner in "Haunting Shad- Kinograms and Hall Room Boys Comedy. Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music. FRIDAY, SATURDAY- Dustin Farnum in "Big Happiness." Pathe Review and Pollard Comedy. Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music. Engineering Instructor Returns Mr. J. M. Nickelson has returned to the engineering college after ...…

October 14, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY y _ , AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Volume I THUI&SDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920. Number 9 Plans for Inaugural Procession-Oct. 14, 1920 Time of Assembly-9:00 a. m. Weather Being Fair: Places of Assembly: H Donor Section made up as follows, will assemble in tle Auditorium of University Hall: Special Guests Two Heralds with Trumpets Professor Sadler Two Color Bearers, U. S. Flag and University Flag. Delegates to the Conference Speaker...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…Of THE WEATHER FAIR AND WARMER ' TODAY Yl t A40 *Ktr t an tilu ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXXII. No. 17. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS CLASSES BALLOT ON SUCCE[SSFUL SENIOR, JUNIOR, AND SOPH LITS CASTING VOTES IN UNI- VERSITY HALL ALL LAWS AND '25 LITS ARE ONLY EXCEPTIONS Booth for Engineers Located Arch on Second Floor Over Election for officers of all literary, engineering, medi...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

…'AGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Univer- sity year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicationof all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice at A...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

…1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ....,.. i frums for the Game Get the Big Kind from---- GAMEPRESRVA FLATS IS PLANNED Prof. Roth Would Make Lake St. Clair Zoological Garden For Wild Water Foul MAY HAVE MORE THAN 1200 ACRES ON AMERICAN SIDE season enjoy the marshes and they ducks, but there are about a million people and more than 150,000 school children in Detroit that would thrill with the beauty of wild ducks and wild geese and even wild swan...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY )AY, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Gourdin Wins Championship island. He led a field of seven com- New York, Oct. 13-Ned Gourdin of petetors with a score of 12 points. Harvard university, world champion running broad jumper, won the nation- Being a customer is the onlysquali- fication necessary for you to see the al pentathlon championship of the Wisconsin game at our expense. Ar- amateur athletic union at Travers cade Barber Shop...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 5

…OCTOBER 14,x921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY IUYENATED M. A C ELEVEN HOPES ORCOMgBACK IN CONTEST SATURDAY les to Present a Formidable Drilled to Stop Wolverine Offense Line MICHIGAN SQUAD WEAKENED BY INJURIES TO REGULARS Over-optimism and the talk of a high score in Saturdays contest against M. A. C. has begun to wane with the announcement that the Farm- ers are coming with a line which will in all probability outweigh the Var- sity, unless Coac...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN ' ^ Y CIGARETTE CASES STERLING SILVER PLATE GOLD S JOLAPANESE ---= - 7 to $40,00 SEE OUR 75 CENT SPECIAL HALLER & FULLER STATE ST. JEWELERS 7111 iiiiijiiiililt i 1111i 11 11 11 lUtl111h FOUR SPECIAL TRAINS WILL BRING OHIO ROOTERS TO GAME Four special trains will be used by the Ann Arbor railroad to transport the hundreds of O. S. U. rooters that are planning the trip from Colum- bus to see the Ohio State-Michigan football game...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 7

…DAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SHORTAGE OF MUMS? NO! WE HAVE THEM!' BLU MAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP INC. NICKELS ARCADE Members of Floral Telegram Delivery WESLEYAN GUILD TO HOLD GYPSY PARTY FOR STUDENTS Following out their plan for a means of getting new students acquainted and giving old students a chance to make new friends, the Wesleyan Guild, stu- dent organization of the Methodist Church, announces a gypsy party at 7 o'clock tonigh...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPECIALS RUNNING FOR M. A. C. GAME Special trains have been secured over the Michigan Central Railroad to bring football fans here from Lansing and Detroit next Saturday for the game with M. A. C.. Two specials, one principally for college students, will leave Lansing about 11 o'clock Satur- day morning and arrive here about 12:30 o'clock. The special train from Detroit will probably leave there at 12 o'clock and arrive in...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGANA DAILY . .. Engineers Hear Explanation Of Cal. Power Plant Emphasizing that it is unnecessary to ruin a waterfall in order to develop water power, Albert A. Northrup of Stone and Webster, Inc., explained the construction of the Caribou plant in California to the members of the En- gineering society Wednesday night in the Natural Science auditorium. William D. -Shannon, '07, was super- intendent of the work. Sixty thousand H. ...…

October 14, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 17) • Page Image 10

…TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ! e2 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 Number 171 To Men of the University: The. health lecture which Dr. Warthin has given to the men of the Uni- versity for many years, will be given again in the Hill Auditorium, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p. m. WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M. D., Director. Holders of Athletic Coupon Books: The holders of 58 faculty books, of 28 wives of faculty and student books, and of about 300 st...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…1 'LED; PR( SHOWERS ABLY I p.,Ier Lit i!3a Ar fiatt Watch The Game On Score Boards Today I VOL. XXXIII. No. 18 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CE SENIOR LITS NAME[ CLLSS'PRESID ENT MR. NORCOP WILL hEAD SENIOR LAWS; R M. RYAN TO LEAD JUNIORS SOPH AND JUNIOR LITS POSTPONE NOMINATIONS Fresh Englineers to hold Assembly Next Wednesday to Elect Officers , All classes in the Law school, t...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…1 1 JAJ L l .. r I3iIJ |I . GO ON SALE Old Indian Fighter Quenches Thirst For Education At 73 Trans Will Carry Students Football Classic; Tickets Limited to TRAINS TO LEAVE1 VRIlDAY N4IiT AT 10 P. ,f Nelson, Neb., Oct. 13. - Colonel George Lyon, of Nelson, Neb., 73, is proving the theory that a man is never too old to learn, according to his friends here. I Despite his advanced age, the col- onel, after three years of intensivg pr...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…UES' P1 1C* 11 Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director of "The Knight of the Burning Pestle," is in Detroit today consulting with Mr. O.; S. Davis about the scenery for Masques' annual production. Mr. Davis painted the scenery for "Pyg- malion," "Yellow Jacket," and Junior Girls' play last year. "This scenery will attempt to solve the difficult problems of thie interior of an Elizabethan playhouse accur- ately and yet with artistic effect and it ...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…THE ! -"HIGAN DAILY e _ * less friction to hamper the perform-I OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE ITN IV'E RSITY OF Ml~ICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial 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 pape...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

… ;. .. -. . , , ++ 1 . : ,._ v t- ;- _ r . .,. .. _. } t { > l " y ! . _ I Pure Foods EAT GOOD MEAL BREAKFAST We have been consistent in our efforts to give the buyer the cheapest prices possible without sacrificing our motto of "QUALITY FIRST" Today Is National Candy Day Our Specials, Post Toasties Blackberry Preserves Waffles and Syrup Coffee Milk LUNCH Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast French Fried Potatoes White Bread Rolls Coffee...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

… ,moq- mm,. . ---- cauuom uuu 4 - /mi .r1IC7 ~ww~rsr"/"r uWrr / 1 _ 1 LICHSINWILLHAVE MINRBPOT DIVIIO DAC* .LITTLE TO HAVE ('HAIGE 01 ALL ATHLETICS IN THIS )EI'T With increased activity in all ath- 3t1s this year .and attempts to ;rtifgthen thr position of each par- cular. sport, comes the work of the rector of athletics in a drive to ake all sports that have been infor- tal or strong intramurals into one neral division of minor sp...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

…1 Of Week i 4: i k { f ! j t i E : , f Iowa at Yale.f Union at Amherst. Syracuse at Brown. New Hampshire at Cornell. Bowdoin at Harvard. West Virginia at Pittsburgh. Colgate at Princeton. Alabama Poly at Army. Bucknell at Navy. Carnegie vs. Washington and Jef- ferson. . lEAST mop- A PACIFIC COAST Willamette at Oregon Aggies. Idaho at Washington. Gonzaga at Washington State. St. Marys at California. Arizona at Southern California. ONEVET...…

October 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

…-._. ,: AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) lame ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1922 Number 18 embers of the Faculties and Staff: opies of the President's Report, just published, have been, or are be- ent to all deans, directors, superintendents, and heads of academic tments. Any member of the faculties or staff who desires a co...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLDER; GENERALLY CLOUDY g I IdIL- A6F 4hp A AL Ag fRt r t 4 4 n -- - VOL. XXXIV. No. 19 V TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOPER 13, 1923 ATHLETIC BOARD LETS FIELD HOUSE FOR UNION AI ! Lowden Thinks People Ought To Settle Own Civic Crises PROCEEDS OF EVENT WILL TO SWIMMING POOL FUNiD Go Crisis in civil government are bet-I ter handled by the people themselves than by the intervention of military authority...…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS On Books With a Drawing by Wallace Smith. and 1 Vanity Fair tni e is tttoks ts hilyo By Jonaithanii Roberts. Biroils now the tout Yuse i ok hings eith yecus o'clockiotr. t:antsei eltete eas Isere is the toerry-- th e arc too far sway or because they round. Like a det'r1 kpast But0all tt y otsatlyn We thed o icwi' th'co ito toirto live, wty sould untrthe ore'u...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…__________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ SMNJAYt, O 'OBER 14, 1923 i will assume the form of a mixer. A 'PROF. WENLEY D~EFENDS musical program will be rendered and ACTION ON IhRiiI refreshments served. I (Continued from Patge One0) UN ) TOASSIGN party issue in the United States. ifIf MORE. ADVISORS w di r ikrhmo k as death and C a (-3. Soowner ori a ter ree(nt inl particular c'ase, ,wxhen a flir'n by t,,tI~e T;;),. ,tno)appe.,a11 'wn Read t...…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE 'AO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 On Books and Reality Messrs. Shubert (Continued from loge Oe) Itsbte e" in morder to bring he" within S p eeTogt huh siiia otebad tcmo eec.v l a i t life Lite in itsolt, is anotuohatys At any atenetieiroepreent it f e'S p e e V u a i t affair; man nover thoughit, untiltIIIao it i. ORLANDO BEEDE hod become conouseto f hiis ms01- Le0 is av5dn with this eternal . liiwtotel e vrpre sotir.;ifor(l...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, 'OCTO:BT'R 14, 1923 .. _.. SUNT~AY, OCTOBRI14,I1923AILY PAGE E.S I i, u% STARTING TODAY'! STARI!N TODAY a. tn ii . 4' k ~S1 :i 4'. r f°~ 4,y ~ F $? g Y4 r4 ' i. C.,. 1 4. I.: =: 1 ti[( [y' T 1 . INA '4, s' tPRO-DUCTION // ,.,f ,._ . X . { , :t WITH Ip JAAOft all 4C HOLD' A SUPPORTED BY W CHARLES deROCHE- JT'S Iola Negri in her second American made pic- ture, and which contains one of the GREATEST....…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THtE John Cowper Powys An Analysis of a Critical Genius If some of our extravagant cultists LISLE himself may think about his tech. have their way they will go ar to nique, those who know it well hold ward destroying two writers who are it in high esteem The style, like the just now attaining general apprecia- of his own to give except what he may (for these are what ultimately count) man, emerg...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…?AQICTOURTHE MICHIGAN DAILY m 1 hntlk <t~ .re disappearing from ..- ~Last year a similar case arose. Then OAC MPSTPIIO OFFICIAL N{EWSPAPER OF THlE the ambition seemed to he to collect rI UNIVERSITY OF MICHIQAN cuspidors, the gigantic brass cuspi- T gtI, drthtgcetemnconrof jWE'RE SO ULIEAGUE.QL'ESTION NOT Published every morning except Monday dsth trc h ayconr fHAS POLITICALI during the University yearby the Boar din teinterior of the building....…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAeten THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNAY OCTOBER 4 192 The Unoffical Observer A good deal1 of a1tri1enmd r-,-hrl nuht a o h in theie0ghbo1rhood of01theUive Srln.I tM.r n i of Ctto ovner anvl0 cd"ry n ahyovou tto Towers All 111apu0 ad x at1 nC'i1a t0(]1trato1 Po pus literat ire up i 10 aot it heS,;,a 01,i ur. though 1tre1facultyson' emtead01 1 idrter> pt h least hlt exc1111. It lo . o u 1s01a an=:~ao c~i~m ',tao, though the author of"rgTwrs(ym r L~, 0nJ...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 - THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC FINAL DEBATE TRYOUT ET FO n1PTfrl 901 NEWBERRY TO GIVE TEA TO FRESHMEN run[II U MIU LU Helen Newberry residence will give "its annual freshman tea-dance from DIRECTORS SELECT TEN WOMEN 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. 1ITORCOMPELECSTUTEN All women of the class of '27 are in- TO COMPETE SATUR. vited, including the freshman nurses, and more than 400 invitations have been sent. In past y...…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY yPA :3 FIVE oo -Jis and Writers [HHE PT A15il A' ~yt, ra ii _ei tr"d0A nd oCili311111C'h;, offers in ) connvenientison hih ffrsi cnvnin Lee11slrs.Bo! (1 eth::t al )reedp;ojigada deers er.Mom gim- rsn, 3 cfoion dalthatfrmaio tatavear ,eras "ot ' i iiirsh Wi oitoin owse, iiy n iatr it h cmeltt at. For the person who Heei oeltatL ond iiw .olnti f hng ;i te itm ntad fthI a. i; oapiy the disncoveries whic...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

…41E ~MICHIGAN DAILY sUaNDAY, OC )!',ER 14, 15W^ R 61 M5- e OT, 010=1 p III III - 111111 :== a , r Midrau A1I11 wrwb + . ~ G p I-M --AW*4 - , ::NIZ dv (Coutim Iy~ H1'Ni~ y 1IiiHHDL7' StR sco FIE R W% -- ;-aw-'r-' W£ i& t )RE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 1YA 7i S T I E UP SE - :R IE S B Y 3 rd4hFIAl 1 WININGFO fTM 1U THGAME .8-4 IV i &a, Ued fromi page One) stellar variety and his pssn excellent. Stan lAluirhead and Curron also up ...…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 BOOKS AND WRITERS have made the poverty-stricken Fabre shams of all sorts was a pious boy, reviled by scientists whose progress in (Continued from Page Five) gasp. le recounts student pranks who saw in the complicated nervous science had been made possible by his this "Story of Development" is made and experiences in discussion and mi- system of man the mark of divine in- discoveries. Today ...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 7

…TOBER 14, 1923 - ;THE MICHIGAN DAILY__ 'AGE 5S;VFN Il L A S S IF I ECOLUN CLASS CL.OSES 3 ..ADVERTISING AT 3 PM'. DAILY 'L.ASg AIED RATES 10e per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, lic per reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same rates....…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY DACE S r:t'",,; SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY lACE SEVIfN BOOKS AND WRITERS stories and an estimate of Theodore offense was to translate the new tests-:{ (Continued from Page Six) Dreiser, Drieser's own esti- int ioto readahle American. to figure out that Chatiapin is the, What awaits a man who says that same as Schaliapine, and he must ma to.' Jesus, wtho was not the Christ, was kn...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 8

…EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'ring a more intimate service, accord- t 'DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday. t Volume 4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 Number 19 Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: The first meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday after- noon, ...…

October 14, 1923 • Page Image 8

…PA..; EIGHIT THE I ICIIIGANDAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 Put This in Your Pipe and smoke it!! There are approximately 211,934 inches of up-to-the-minute Michigan news, as well as news of the world at large in the remaining 161 iissues of the Delivered to your door every morning for only Don't let another issue of the "Daily" slip by. Subscribe Today! U50 See the Circulation Dept., Press Building.. Phone 960 HAVE THE "DAILY" SENT HOME-I...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 9

…Section Two A64v Ar att Section Two VOL. XXXIV. No. 19 ANN ARBOR, _IICHICA ,,\,.2N A Y , O", , ; , , 11. 1E92 PRICE, FIVE CENTS t WILL PROMOTE NEW HISTORICAL STUDY BUILDING WILL BE LA 41RATORY FOR SCIENT'IC SCIIOLA LACK OF KNOWLEDGE WAS HINDRUANCE IN WAR LLOYD GEORGE; A STUDY IN MOODS Art Display In Architecture Corridor Shows Excellent Work Frequently during the year, exhibi- tions of drawings appearing in the corridor of th...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,:Oc I-WTAL VPL1W ON OKLAHOMA FARM OSSBTATTE K 2'^ ,pi4 N.:> } , y, "5A^ . r=I ri jM. ,KELMI EARTH THEORM (Continued1 fr ol Page Nine) IlgY :z> Heb, whon he s' 'owd that the liquid ha i( o f0 the lava is duo. to the le r ro '' a. ffit }'*y5 - "1ralaxt(ionof pressurE On the interior : ~ ~ of the ea h in c rtu' Ia pluce~. In es- H INN(a~ak, /t tishizng a. firn ppoin t agaist the L a zI ' b place theory, Professor I obbs...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 11

…R 14, 1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ........ ... .......THE....C...GA..DAILY. r.c.i . ,a. r v s; tv MadePerm nentcapable of taking an active part in HUNDEDS YDID TAXthe programs may enter as associate S. C. . Sec etarymembers. Membership fee of $1.50 jTentitles the student to the privilege PRNM NT N DITR!t of attending all the concerts spon- Taxevaionon he artof undedswhich the student league is a subsidi- a; ax vason n te prt f rundedsary The f...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 12

…AE THE MICHIGAN DAILYY1 wNnAY, 0CTOP'r,,R 14,'1993 h S gPeters, a young romantic actor and The age Shakespearean authority, has the double distinction of appearing as Ro- Jane Cowl as Juliet, the fair hero- nico and of designing the splendid ine of Verona, come to the Garrick stage pictuers of medieval Verona. 'h r fnnzrnt nr omm n n 1 a Universal comedy, and Screen Snap-! shots.will make up the program. Ethel Grey Terry and Crauford Kent i...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBO. MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1923 VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS, ,OnBooks With a Drawing by Wallace Smith and Vanity Fair. ay Jonathan Re rs Broils now the four "You see in books things which you o'clock hour. Icannot see in reality, either because Here is the merry-go- 4they are too far away, or because they ere ite mryg- are past. But all that you ,see in round. ike a de- books, you see wrongly, and sadly. sauched tos it ...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 14

…FA(E TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 On Books and Reality Messrs. Shubert (Continued from Page One) table-leg, in order to bring her within Thought: Thought is inimical to; the bounds of common decency bupre m u ]ga7Ss life. Life, in itself,is a not unhappy At any rate,-neither represents lifeu affair; man never thought, until he as it is. ORLANDO BEEDE had become conscious of his misery. Let us have done with this eternal . . ...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE John Cowper Powys An Analysis of a Critical Genius If some of our extravagant cultists LISLE ROSE himself may think about his tech- have their way they will go far to- Rnque, those who know it well hold ward destroying two writers who are -It in high esteem. The style, like the just now attaining general apprecia- of his own to give except what he may ,(for these are what ultimately count)...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 16

…0 JA1 FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 The Unoffical Observer A good deal of a stir is being made oso-hardly enough to pay for the in the neighborhood of the University binding. In it Mr. Overton writes wll of Chicago over a novel called "Grey and fairly of various author;fr m Towers." All the campus and ex-cam 'Jose h Conrad to Gene Strat 1,tr-po- pus literati are up in arms about it, ter. The essa0s are mild, it is tru thoug...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P,GE FIVE Books an Writers THE NUPTIAL FLIG T By iar problem story, designed to force hone ries a crook, who despoils and then but it is one which offers in convenient Lee Masters. Bon &'Liverght 19,3. some thesis nd spread propaganda. deserts her. More ignorance, artifi- form a dea1 of inormation that we are $2.50. Mr. Maters knows too much to waste iaity, and disaster, with the woman apt to want. F...…

October 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 19) • Page Image 18

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 BOOKS AND WRITERS have made the poverty-stricken Fabre shams of all sorts was a pious boy, reviled by scientists whose progress in (Continued from Page Five) gasp. He recounts student pranks who saw in the complicated nervous science had been made possible by his this "Story of Development" is made and experiences in discussion and mi- system of man the mark of divine in- discoveries. Tod...…

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