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December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

… I N' 0' DAY AND I SEE 0-10 ' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1919. , w. ir rrlWilM +wu i .rrrrr + r° i r ,.ice., . TY GETS TWO NEW COAC GARFIELD ATTACKS STRIKE SETTLEMENT (By Associated Press) Washington, Dec. 13.-Principles I underlying President Wilson's plans for "the settlement of the coal strike accepted by the miners are based' "fundamently wrong as a matter of government," Dr. Harry A. Garfield, CIS federal fuel...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…the use for not otherwise therein. an, as second Arbor, ridence 0f i at the iy office. No man, tge. niests ex- ran -.Managing Editor Phone 24t,} or roi6 Jr. ..... ......Business Manager Phone 96o o 2838 .... ....Asst. Managing Editor ...City Eaitor .Sports Editor ......................... .Women's Editor in ..........................Telegraph Editor EDITORIAL BOARD H. Hardy Heth , Jr... ..........AAdvertising Manager ...Issue Manage~r .Off...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

….L - AMER 4t. I 'EA - ,. °,. .: .._ - 1919 ALLAMERICAN TEAM 1919 Second Eleven MEN LIEYEN First Eleven End-Higgins, Penn. State ' Tackle-West, Colgate. Guard-Alexander, Syracuse. Center-Weaver, Center College. Guard-Youngstrom, Dartmouth. Tackle-Henry, Wash and Jeff. End-H. Miller, Pennsylvania. Quarter-,McMillin, Center College. Halfback-Casey, Harvard. Halfback-Harley, Ohio State. Fullback-Rodgers, West Virginia. Third Eleven West...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 4

…One) are nc 'unly .ebyt 1 1915, 1selected June 1 posed to be select f each year. TI y are selected co d ends the 31st 'he Senate, of t elects its rep; urtli meeting, Ii May. The Regei alumni members The Studentst the same time ors of the Athle ,s is used to' sell Hers ? Who nomn ,, '1 ~IS Dot pointed r follow: personO ,rd of dir selectho is not any oneT of these groups that alone can control matters. In - the years ofl my memb~ership 'I h...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 5

…ISTIONNAIRE -inserts, Christ- ms make ideal ad Company th University tman Kodaks and Supplies. (Continued from Page Four) shall be made up of the faculty mem- bers d. They pass upon eligibility other than those involving academic standing. Q. Who are the present members of the finance committee, composed of the chairman of the board, the di- rector of outdoor athletics, and the treasurer of the Athletic association, who have general control...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 6

…I 11111' guild is specially 5 J, f+ v iwGw llud . w URIVWWWIO U IR s for the Junior Girls' play e handed in to Katrina Scher- : by Monday. who are interested in writing for the Junior Girls' play are to attend a meeting at 4 on Wednesday In Barbour ium. Lgements had !been. made y women remaining in Ann Ar- ing the holidays would be able at Alumnae house. However, sufficient number did .not' tak'e ge of the .opportunity it will ssible to...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 7

…STIC L News From The Other Colleges Arcade, comes in -time with a manc is"' (DAY-TOMORROW ANITA STEWART . In "Mind The Paint Girl" ARCADE Shows at 3:00; 7 00; 8:30 Phones: Theatre, ag-M Mgr's Rea., a1-II Columbia-In co-operation with the National League of Women Workers, the department of extension teaching will offer an intensive training course In girls' recreational work during Christmas vacation. It is planned tc cover briefly al...…

December 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 66) • Page Image 8

…WHAT'S GOING ON I I SWIMMING MEET WON BY DETROIT ATHLETIC CLUB D. A. C. COACH COMPLIMENTS IN- FORMAL VARSITY SQUAD of Kl (Continued from page six) Professor Aigler made the following statement in his letter: "I have 'your letter dated the 6th inst., in which you propound to me as chairmnan of the board in control of athletics thirtyrnine questions. I note your'statement that you feel there is a lot of tdlk and many rumors be- ing circul...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, '1919. PRE S TO PLAN 'Y EXTENSION ve been engaged by the s of the city to draft extension,of the city of FRENCH DELEGATES VISIT UNIVERSITY, FALL CONTESTS TO' PRECEDEBIG GAME SENIOR LITS TO MEET TODAY AT, 3 CHEERS STUDEI ,t + F of New York City, hich will be under ision of Mr. Fred- Mr. Olmsted is a his line and was{ rnment during the eat cities created les and to aid in problems of these Fin...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…% ..'1 I use for uon men who have already, upon numerous occa- sions, proven -their abilities, it would seem wise to call upon men who have been less active but pos- sess none the less potential talents. They have the privilege of appointing men outside the Coun- cil on committees, The obvious objebtion to this move would lie in the danger of placing responsible work upon inex- perienced shoulders and having it done inefficiently. But by con...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…n is hard to bloak. Crangle, at is playing his first year in fast any but has already displaced the in of the team, Kopp, and is de- ing into a plunger of ability. The s heavy and fast, with Ingwe a letter winner in three ;sports, f the stars. The loss of Leitch, a tional tackle, has somewhat med the forward wall, but Coach ke is very fprtunate li having substitutes of high class. Illini Plays Studied Illini formations were. again over by the ...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…Full Program For TNEW UNION HALL Ful Po gamF. TO OPEN TONIGHT Grads from Orient Opening with an informal dance, Dr. Ida Kahn. '96. of China, who the Union assembly hall will be used has been lecturing in Minneapolis, and for the first time Friday and Saturday Dr. Tomo Inuye, '02 of Japan, who of this week. Two hundred tickets Yost E2Lntertains York A t Luncheon Sergt. Alvin C. York, of Tennessee, who spoke Wednesday night at the Methodist chu...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 5

…tion Dean M. E. Cooley, of the engineer- g college, returned Tuesday evening om a meeting of the American As- )ciation of State Universities. The eeting was held Monday and Tues- ay at Chicago. Dean Cooley attended the conven- on in place of'"President Hutchins ho was prevented from going, by severe cold. Besides Dean Cooley, Unix cons Leland, and Hanchett ity of Michigan, attend- ion, atters of importance d," said Dean Copley, islative mat...…

November 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 41) • Page Image 6

…S1-M. L vilk~rlik.4'-UNJJ111Nl- J I i I - I-N GOING ON]( .-. .. 1 a it. whil( We stai have this We .e the eare now_"T FRIDAY 10 :00-Junior lit elections in booth in University hail. End at 5 o'clock. 3 :00--Soccer football practice on Fer. ry field. 1 3 :00-Senlior fits meet in room 205, Ma. son hail. *4:00-Tryouts for llichIgan Union orchestra meet in room 308 of 1 Union. Additional tryouts at 7 o'clock. 3 :30-Cosmopolitan~ club meet I...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…Z j w qaun a I Dl'VAND NlU SERVII ,. ; i ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OC' OBER 14, 1919. .. _ , SENIOR LITS HOLD 1;LECTIONS TODAY .ATION at Senior lits will vote for class offi- cers from 10 to 5 o'clock today in the corridor of University hall. As in all cainpus elections, the vote will be taken by b'allot, two men being in' charge of the boxes. Only. seniors who will graduate next Febrdary or June, are entitled to vote.! a The...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…the Univer ions. entitled to the use for d to it or not otherwise published theein. or, Michigan, as second daynard street. 14. ords, if signed, the sig. ,but as an evidence of hed in The Daily at the led to The Daily office. consideration. No man- ......Managing Editor or ioi6 .......Business Manager or 2738 . News Editor ..... City Editor Sports Editor .Women's Editor ........Telegraph Editor BOARD) Charles R. Osius, Jr. ....Advertisinfg M...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…g. in weight they make it up in nentum.- Vick and Beak Weston en't apparently decided which has iFESH GRID MEN CONTINUE SCRIMMAGES1 ILIP h lol All Combinations to Be Tried by Yost to Assure Victory Over ,. Big Ten PEACH AND DUNNE SWOP ENDS; LINE BALANCES AROUND 190 Hard work is the portion of the Var- pity from now on.. With the M. A. C. gae looming so closetand the test with Ohio State fol- lowing only a dace to the rear there will be no...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…THE ITGA \Y DAILY ..E . _. DAIL 'Iij ysical examinations it is imperative that atments. Those who issed their appoint- ke another at once. All University women are invited to attend a picnic to be given by the Women's Athletic association at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Palm- er field. Women To Make Customs' Change Chatter ?ox Traditions Day! Did you ever stop to think what Michigan's traditions have meant to Michigan? And how much m...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 5

…w .U U SLIIUrIIU- I InIUJ i3N9L ULniiriI IN ROOM PROFITEERING UUMAIGN according Hurley. ATTITUDE WARD SCORED OF UNIVERSITY TO- OLDER LANDLADIES and Tomorrow Joyce IN. inchester Woman y CHARLES STOKES WAYNE ppeared in the Smart Set Ilagazine. Editor, The Michigan Daily: A few days ago the University of- ficials were calling upon the citizens of Ann Arbor to open theirhouses to accommodate the students. Many, at a sacrifice of their ow...…

October 14, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 14) • Page Image 6

…in room i third meet- Beta Phi ard lectures ses in Pave- in room 165 rooms build- 11111 auditor-I on thirdI (Continued from Page One) 6:00 o'clock-Complimentary ban- quet, given by the University to visit- ing teachers and newspapermen. Speakers-President Harry B. Hutch- ins, Regent Junius_ E. Beal, and Mr. William Allen, White. 8 o'clock-Lectu= e by Mr. William Allen White, Hill auditorium. 8 o'clock-Moving picture show at the Arcade t...…

August 14, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER CONTINUED FAIR TODAY L .uiu eri t e AT YOUR DOO THREE TIMES A WEEK VOL X. No. 22 ANN ARBOR,-MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919 PRICE THREE C S F- RESEARCH PARTY FROM UNIVERSITY TO. LEAVE AUG. 30 PASSAGE BOOKED FOR LOND ON LINER ROYAL GEORGE ON $26,000 IN GIFTS MAKE EXPEDITION POSSIBLE Piof. F. W. Kelsey and Mr. G. R. Swa: To Head Expedition in Interests of Humanistic Research 'in ' t i I GREY T MPOR ARY ENVOY TO U. ...…

August 14, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE -it e 'tXwolverine 2. aids to 3. 4. 5. The tabulation of fellowships, scholarships, and other financial students. The interchange of professors and other intellectual leaders. Entertainment of foreign missions. Rendering aid to scholarship by promoting international co-ope- OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons Entered at the posoffic...…

August 14, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE { ,,' 10c At Both Ends Of the Diagonal Walk .I CHAS. W. GRAHAM - - BOOKS All remaining SUMMER STUDENTS DIRECTORIES (Formerly Sheehan & Company) Plichigan's Idest ook Store Will be closed out at 10c each Directories will be exchanged for subscribers stubs until all Directories are 'gone ... For Sale at Wolverine Ottice -. MAJESTIC MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All Shows Sunda Aug 13- 14-Vivian Martin in "You ...…

August 14, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…THE WOLVERINE ._ ..., Miss Wells Gives Advice to Co-eds Qo-eds at Indiana university are re- quested to be reasonable in choosing their wardrobes, and to come to col- lege with a determination neither to lend nor borrow clothing. Miss Agnes Wells, former social director of New- berry residence and present dean of women at Indiana, has instituted a system of junior advisors similar to that in practice here, and in the let- ter sent to girl...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…HJEWL PROBAB] TOI) ATHER LY FAIR LY Lie 4UI Paulx A-4SOCIa >TED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE~ SERlVICE I VOL XXIX. No. 158. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1919. PRICE THREE HUNS THUNDER AT TERMSTOO HARSH CHANCELLOR'S SPEECH OF DE- NUNCIATION CHEERED BY ASSEMBLY PACT UNACCEPTABLE, STORMS SCHEIDEMANN Says Document Would Make Enormous Jail for 60,000,000 Germans (By Associated Press) Paris, May 13. - The heads of the two oGerman ...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY :. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the university ear by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled so the use for republication of all news dis- patches credited to it or notnotherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. Entered at the...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL'I rA E J Ii.§ t- VASIT TO MEET Lundgren's lien Will Line Lip Against Respected Foe on Ferry Field Dianiond FARlIERtS REPUTED TO HAVK FT1E HURLER IN DOMNELLY The Wolverines will stack up aiainst the first south paw of the sea- son this afternoon on Ferry field when Donnelly will do the hurling for the M. Al. C. baseball aggregation. Reputed to be a clever pitcher, and determined to whip the Michigan Var- sity as a means o...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…m,, THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,tWEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1919. /"'r/"' A, RR I V, 11 p. Frosh frolic J is next Friday night. "White Flannel" is the "oarder." We have a full line of them. c,) VI RY LOAN OD $4.00, per week will purch ase a $100.00 Band $2.Od per week will purchase a $50.00 Bond 0 WADHAMS AND CO. STATE ST. STORE This IjWe will be very glad to carry them for you, OP 2 11 10- SATNACT0 HAS BEEN OUR MOST SUCCESS...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…p19. THE MICHIGAN DAILY "AMERICA DAY" T TR DRIVE AGAINST ANARCHY New York, May 13.-'As part of a campaign against Bolshevism, a na- tionwide celebration of the ideals and institutions of America will be held on May 17t by the American Defense society. It is planned to designate the day as America Day and through patriotic celebrations in many cities throughout the United States call the attehtion of loyal Americans to the MAJESTIC I MAJESTIC ...…

May 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ... a..,... _-. a CONOMY COURSES IN SUMMER SESSION uction in political economy, is administration, and sociology en thoroughly arranged for inl rimer session. ses offered in the first two sub- vill be elements of political ay, general economics, labor ns, theory of value and distri- money and credit, the princi- banking, corporations, market- isiness grganization and man- it, foreign trade, corporation principles of acc...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER SNOW AN) COLDER T DAY EmAOF e Ap 410 AlfN 0 t ~aiti ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AM) NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXIX. No. 114. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAYy MARCH 14, 1919. PRICE THREE CENTS SEES DEMAND FOR HOSPITA SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS WORK INTERESTING; INCLUDES READING, LETTER WRITING AND TEACHING TEACHING ANDAMUSING CHILDREN ON PROGRAM Miss Meriwether, University Hospital " Worker, Issues Call for 75 Helpers Volunteers are needed by t...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA MARC ut gttn ttilg OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANH Published every morning except Monday during the university year by the Board in Control of Student ublications. MI'EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled %o the use for republication of all news dis- patches credited to it or not otherwise credited n this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. Ente...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGe' J ^ , :, c " , -,- -. ' ., .. _ . . _,... . z. _ _. - 4 " ' ; %= " ..:- r "- f 1 . SEVEN BASKETBAL Weiss and Cohn Receive AMA'S for Work Done During Season FOUR TO GET STRIPES FOR SECOND SEASON QN VARSITY The Athletic association has award- ed "Ms" to seven men on this sea- soni's basketball team. The men to, be honored are Captain Emery,. Hewlett,. Rychener, McClintock, Karpus, Wil- liams, and Wilson. Weiss an...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 4

…,,. rr W r.rr+rrrrrr Iw+.rrw"wwrrr _..c.___ ... ,,.,,,,.,, ,,.,, _, ,.,,._...,.Y.,,,,, _ ____ I ii ATTENTION STUDEN TS-101 stu- dents are going to earn $60.00 per week this sumimer selling Fuller Brushes. There is still room for a few more who can show us that they have the right stuff in themr. Write NOW. Address Fuller Brush Co., 232 Nickels Arcade.- -Adv. GARRICK I Mati;~n OFTROIT 1 Saturday GRACE GEORGE in -Sbe Would and She Did" MA...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 5

…14, THE MICHIGAN DAIL'r PAGA Use the Daiy to reach the students. Four thousand students read it every .Horning.--Adv. Watoh for Date of Ticket Sale Buy a that PIPthe CITY CICAR STORE 1t10E.HURON STREET PLACE ORDERS "NOW For J-Hop Call 2700 Rates Reasonable and Top Service INDEPENDENT TAXI CO. F' WELCOME SIGN HAS TRUTHFUL MEANING "Welcome Home, Soldiers and Sail- ors," That is the message that firstl mets° the eye of every one; who walk...…

March 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ELL KNOWN DEAN OF COLLEGE ?' PHARMACY RESIGNS OFFICE (Continued from Page One) iarmaceutical society in 1890. In 1900 he was a member of the >mmittee on the revision of the Unit- States Pharmacopoeia. He was al- a member of the committee on the iblication of the National Formulary . 1888, and on its revision in 1895, id again in 1906. Professor Stevens said nothing as t'o Ann Arbor High Opens Lunch Room Ann Arbor high s...…

January 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COOL AND CLOUDY TOD)AY Ap AL IddiL-- t Aq tit aitll ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1919. VOL XXIX. No. 75. I _________________________ U I AMISTICET ERMS LEON BURGEOIS OUTLINES PLAN FOR WORLD LEAGUE OF NATIONS FIRST FULL CONFERENCE SESSIONS START JAN. 18 "Peace Treaty Shall Contain Obliga- tions of Limitations of Arna- ments -Former Premier (By Associated Press) Paris, Jan. 13. - The supreme war council reassemb...…

January 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TO JAS TIJ 4 OFFICIAL NlWSLAPLR AT T1iE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every moaning except Monday .uring thc university year by the: Board in. Control of Student lublications. tEMBER OF TilE ASSOCIATI-D PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled so the use for repubication of all news dis- patches credited to it or not otnerwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. lintered at ...…

January 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OACH FARRELL WATCHES' TRACK MEN AT WORKOUT MATERIAL GIVES PROMISES PRODUCING WONDERFUL SQITAD OF Indoor track practice was held for the first time this season in Waterman gymnasium yesterday afternoon. Coach SteveFarrell, who just recently re- turned to the University, having been honorably discharged from the army, was on hand for the initial workout, and announced that he was pleased with the showinghthat the men m...…

January 14, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 75) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY II db "e HOOK INSTEAD OF HAND FOR CRIPPLED SOLDIERS- MAJOR C. S. BERRY DESCRIBES VOCATIONAL WORK FOR DISABLED Holding a fork with a pair of pliers instead of fingers is just one of the tricks of living which the recon- structionists of the medical corps 'are teaching crippled soldiers. A demon- stration of the feat may be secured from Major C. S. Berry, formerly as- sistant professor in the education d...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER SN O W O R R A IN ''ov TO)AY ailg ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SER VICE . , VOL. XXIX. No. 64. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS 5UARD OF REGENTS VETOES MILITARY TRAINING FOR THIS YEAR ACCEPTS IATI T PROFESSORS REMITTANCES WILL BE WAIVE IN CASE OF DISABLED FRENCH SOLDIERS UNIVERSITY DESIGN ATEI AS, LOCAL SUB BUREA Advisability of Continuing Vocationa Courses Referred to Committee on ...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHICAN DAUl V OFFICIAL. NEWSPAPE R AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday lring the university year by the Board in ontrol of Student Publications. 1EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRkJSS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled o the use for republication of all news dis- atches credited to it oranot otnerwise credited i this paper and also the local news putb shed herein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann A...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHICAN DAILY ..rte.. Now" mmat"Mmmumm -_--- -- , -, _, , . . ' 1 ' F . real work has nol begun yet. Fresh- men are plentiful, but the upperclass- man showing has been insufficient." Practice is going to begin in earn- est right away. The schedule still re- mains unsettled, but there will be 'a regular game on Jan. 4. According to the dope now out, however, several stiff practice games will be pulled off before then to whip the boys ...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 4

…MICE yN DAILY )RT MENI is (Correspondence of Associ- Press).-Fifty-three dollaf's, col- i by a small group of engineers yed by a copper company at raiso, Chile, for wounded Amer- boys, came all the way to head- ers of the Y. M. C. A. in Paris ther day,.and this iscwhat hap- Sto it. E. C. Carter, chief of the . C. A. overseas activities, gave; oney to his secretary telling her end every cent of it on boys in 'tain hospital who needed so...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILN is Is the Life- rosh, Call Ypsi A big van full of furniture hurried eastward on Washington street about 8 o'clock Thursday morning. On its face it seems a bald, matter of fact statement. But that van means a good deal to a bunch of eager young students on this campus. This summer the fraternities rented their houses to the University for bar- racks, and stored their furniture. All this fall the Greek letter men have lived ...…

December 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 64) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY "^ATURD'Y,"] RESIDENT WILSON ARRIVES AT BREST (Continued from Page One) at all affairs requiring his counsel il be disposed of by the middle of ebruary. Wilson Appears Healthier Refreshed by ten days at sea Presi- nt Wilson is in excellent physical ndition for the work ahead of him. om the time the ship passed out of ght of the statute of Liberty the resident has exercised a great deal, it still had much time for daily con...…

November 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…_~ ..-- A 1 L LY SNOWV S TODAY 11I rk 5karw atl, ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WII SERVICE No. 38.. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918. PRICE THREE ANKEES START ROUTINE DUTIES NEAR MOSELLE ERMANS WITHDRAW SLOWLY; ABA DON FRATERNIZATION WITH AMERICANS FFICIALS ESTIMATE U. S. LOSSES AT 100,000 overnment Bases Marine Casualties Under 5,000; Unreported Lists Not to Exceed 30,000 (By the Associated Press) With the America...…

November 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

…THE- MICHIGAN DAILY ,, Mtd$iat lat1U AL NEWSPAPER AT THE VERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning' except Monday university year by the Board in Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ciated Press is exclusively entitled for republication of all news dis- lited to it or not otherwise credited er and also the local news pub- in. at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, as second class matter. ions by carrier or mail, $3.50. Ann Arbor Press Buildin...…

November 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i'1 1 --1 ' -c . . .. .,.r Sle.« . e 1 6 members many of whgm are ex- pert at the Rugby football game. Last Saturday afternoon there was a good turnout for the practice, but there is considerable difficulty in getting the When the' laws meet the medics on men out in the middle of the week. It Saturday in the interdepartmental has been found advisable on this ac- count to discontinue practice until ball game, there wil...…

November 14, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 38) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - niamee - -m ANN 7ABOR DAIRY OEL OFCLEANI NESS RN MACHINERY INSTALLED INSURING PURITY OF PRODUCT minus the bacteria and plus .am is to be the product of the n Arbor Dairy which opens its o the public today. isands of dollars worth of the nodern machinery has been in- to furnish Ann Arbor with a roof milk supply. Every effort g made to guarantee absolutely milk. A $50,000 co-operative ants' and farmers' stock com- as organi...…

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