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October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

…"t InAV r .... 1h Ohio State.:....13 Indiana....:....14 Pittsburg ........14 Pennsylvania ... ....13 Nothwestern ....,0 WisconsinD.... O luke.......13 Yale.......... b Notre Dame .,. 20 Cornell ........20 Navy ... 19 Princeton.......7 hrtmouth " !i 0 bta 0 S.M.U. . ... _ 'oM Harmon Paces Michigan To 27-7 Victory Over Iowa Gary Ace Hits Stride, Scores All 27 Points Evashevski Plays Great Game At Quarterback Ed Furtig,_Sa...…

October 15, 1932 (vol. 43, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIG~A~N DAILY RATITRIDAiV. nrT- I--,- .[E L 1!"D. 1 L .!. J i1 1 x t r A, ] 4,14-;' L's 1 l . I Senator Johnson Will Not Support GoO.P.Nominees Californian Progressive Makes Statement To State Newspapers Attacks Debt Policy Roosevelt Praises Him On California Tour; Quotes Senator Coal Strikers Dispersed By National Guard SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14.-(P)- Replying to a telegram from repre- sentatives of 70 southern Californi...…

October 15, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…THE MItCHIGAN DAILY Union Inaugurates All-Campus Bowling An attempt is being made by the Michigan Union to organize a bowl- ing league for the fall and winter. If present plans materialize, there will be two leagues of eight teams each, competing every Tuesday and Wednesday night for the prizes which are offered. At the end of each week, the winning team will be awarded the "pool" and the highest individual scorer will receive same award. At...…

October 15, 1931 (vol. 42, iss. 16) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THU nr,SD DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. VOL. XLII. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1931 No. 16 NOTICES Notiee to Freshmen: Opportunity will be given on Thursday and Friday afternoons, October 15 and 16, to make up examinations missed during Freshman Week. Fr...…

October 15, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 15) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHGAN T)A-T 1 .i dnYa . , ., as #1a..« - ------------ n KEir. E , M . TGP i eri sd WILDCATS VACCINAT ED TO AVOID DISEASE EAULIGHT WRKOUTS FEATRE PRPLEjIX l[H & PAG SVE 1 . I s EC . L rLs m s .' g 3L .a inS 3 S UbG'..^, to Oppose Varsty Eleven l With Buckeye Plays. DmiES DIOP OUT Freshman football is gradually narrowing down to workouts with the strongr and bAtter caniO es i that have turned out this year.aThe squad has been ...…

October 15, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 16) • Page Image 7

….15, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Coach Kipke Names 33 Players To Make Trip To Minnesota , - Garber, F. Jordan Ot yChanges Made It Veniative Lnu lersch, Nickerson, Paquette Ive Chance For Minneapolis "Thirty-three Wolverines will entrain on the Wolverine at 5:30 p.m. to- morrow for Minneapolis and Saturday's tussle with Coach Bernie Bierman's Gopher squad. The squad named by Coach Harry Kipke yesterday after- nocn to make the trip consist...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 7

…; ~U~mXtP.L lu,£'THE 'MW c ,N AU4 arquette ......17 Carnegie ic. . 21 Army.... . Colygte........10 Tulane.........7 N. Carolina .... . 14 ..arvard.. .....6 Te 0MihiganStte..14 Case 0 Columbia...... 6 Biown .. Fordam .... N.Y.U. . 7 Chicago BCs ilSer Ism STATSTICS OF THE IOWA-MICHIGA By Fine Spirit' Of Wolverines I-prsFirst downs............ GYards gained rushing (net) .............. PAGE SEVEN ple . . ...13 .. .. .. .. ..11 N FOOTBALL GAME ...…

October 15, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

…7 BOOKS OF THE WEEK Country to London ... Wonder Hero. By J. B. Priestley. Harper & Brothers. $2.50 The light satiric vein so preva-' lent in J. B. Priestley's previous stories is concerned here with the blatant methods of newspaperi men. The story transplants a young country fellow and girl to the bustle and roar of London. He is the "wonder hero" of Utter.a ton; she the winner of a provincial beauty contest. They meet, are run ragged by ir...…

October 15, 1930 (vol. 41, iss. 15) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN _DAILY WEDNESDAY. OCTC THE. MICHIGAN flAIT V WNI~T')AV C~Ta .b. DAILY OFFICIAL DULLETIN Screen Reflections -I AMERICAN BOAT TAKES FIRST RACE FOR NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET CROW wanwan Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday. /KYNOCH TO DISCUSS TREES OF TROPICS BEFORE...…

October 15, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 14) • Page Image 8

…pAOt *to THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY; -OCTOBER 15, 1935 M~ ~Vo TVESI~AY; ~GCTOBER 15, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY AN\v 3 ;3 l.3 .j 1 33 I' iI.4 . .1 *I *1 4 ROCESSIONARY CATERPILLARS feed upon pine needles. They move through thme trees in a long pr roc.essioi each n, one leading and with his eyes half- the others following closed and .his head snugly fitted against the Spreeesr rear extremity of his Jeanr - Henri Fabrte, th...…

October 15, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 16) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. Speech Class Tells One How To Pronounce Radio Instruction Given On University Station By Prof. ,Densmore By FRED A. THOMSON "Chauvinism," said the young girl on the University radio hour, "is de- fined as 'blind devotion to a lost cause,' and it originated after the fall of Napoleoh." This would have passed as a harmless and absolutely inoffensive statement had it not been for a somewhat facetious remark f...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY >und Picture On Aeronautics To Be Shown Free Tickets Can Be Had At Engineering Building; Supply Is Limited "The American Way," a sound pic-, ture depicting the many phases of commercial air transpotation, will be the auspices of the University of Rackharn Building Auditorium under shown Thursday, Oct. 19 in the' Michigan Branch of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. Tickets for the picture may be ob- tained free at the...…

October 15, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

… fV N COLLEGATE DIGEST SOMEONE BLUNDERED, and the next thing the University of Washington football varsity knew, they were out in a shell on Lake Washington, Seattle. So they rowed for a first down and punted back to the boathouse. Jay Hornbeak, quarterback, at the stroke oar, thinks rowing's pretty soft, but warns, "Wait until we get the crew on the ten-yard line. " FIRST FOOTBALL UPSET of 193! Striking fast when a break of the game put ...…

October 15, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 14) • Page Image 9

…._ P QE R E HE _ MICHIGAN DAILY THE MTCHTEAN DATTY .--~~-'~* i I, 1 /' But Not So ;' tI .i Through sheer force of habit, the living, creeping circle kept moving around the rim of the pot--around and around, keeping the same relentless pace for seven days and seven nights -~and would doubtlessly have continued longer had it not been for sheer exhaustion and ultim mate starvation. Inc ide ntally, an ample supply of food was...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 9

…ENT I d h Sit igau :43att ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, OCT. 15, 1939 cert Series Inauguration Is Tuesday, Oct. 2z ral Union President Predicts Successful 1 .F - .. a + lety licts Noted Diva Returns In Choral Series Barbirolli Will Conduct New York Philharmonic Group Here Nov.27 Nation's Oldest Orchestra, t..... Founded In 1842, Boasts [$ Long And Proud History The New York Philharmonis Sym- phony Orchestra with John Barbirol- a :" ...…

October 15, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 18) • Page Image 9

…r s COLLEGIATE DIGEST BOOKS OF THE WEEK Country to London.. . Wonder Hero. By J. B. Priestley. Harper & Brothers. $2.50 The light satiric vein so preva- lent in J. B. Priestley's previous stories is concerned here with the blatant methods of newspaper men. The story transplants a young country fellow and girl to the bustle and roar of London. He is the "wonder hero" of Utter- ton; she the winner of a provincial beauty contest. They meet, ar...…

October 15, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 14) • Page Image 10

…:, ov lob 1C 1 IS 1,.tS*5 en k4i. einlt P3r la v Al I A t ' tX 1-1A 17v "f- A i7V reuI e u .1H ' L1 h 1 P I 1 1 . .... .., . _. ,. . . .. ... I The staff members of the GANENSIAN will no longer be 1936 MICHI- processionary caterpillars. We have at last broken away from "past precedent,"from the revolving circle of ordinary college yearbooks. Ar aM -M - 1 L 0 -i M L m & Once again the * U MICHIGA once again IENSIAN will act...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 10

…THTE MICHIGAN DAILY Sjoer11ng ' Barlbilli Will11Condwct-New York Ofst Major Philharmonic G routp Here Nov'. 27 Qf~ n~ Rahanoff To Op eni - Series Here Oni Ott. 24 %-.F r % L " I 41 nor Noted For ' )f Range And A] Fo Play)_Many I (Continued from Page 1) vidtli Lbility Roles esalthough it is seldom. heard in erica. joerling, who first came to< this ntry when he was eight years of ~waborn~ at~ Stora Tuna in~ the 7ine f DaaraSweden, on Feb...…

October 15, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 18) • Page Image 10

….. .... .... ... . . .. ... COLLWUATE DIGEST SOMEONE BLUNDERED, and the next thing the University of Washington football varsity knew, they were out in a shell on Lake Washington, Seattle. So they rowed for a first down and punted back to the boathouse. Jay Hornbeak, quarterback, at the stroke oar, thinks rowing's pretty soft, but warns, "Wait until we get the crew on the ten-yard line, " FIRST FOOTBALL UPSET of 193! Striking fast when a ...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 11

…____________________________ U A. 0 Duettists "Return Fritz Kreisler, Violin Maestro, To Play Here Rubenstein Will Conclude Concerts Performance Bartlett And Rae Robertson Tot Give Arrangements Here. In Choral Series Pair Played Here For May Festival The corncert to be presented Wed- nesday evening, Feb. 14, in the Hill Auditorium promises to be a novel and unusual one, if the performance, of its two artists, Ethel Bartlett and tae Robert...…

October 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 19) • Page Image 12

…THlE MiIHIGAN DAILY H f c 1 t n n s- t. t r S ,t d EL I V L-I/- The Greatest Names JUSSI DJOERLING .. .. .Tenor BlOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SERGEI KOUSSEVITZKY, Conductor AR TUR RUBINSTEIN. . Pianist I SEASON TICKETS $12 $10 $8 $6 U …

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