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February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

…PACE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY, 15, 1925 Michga s History During The Prague's Struggle for Knowledge: dism(embered or ill-equipped neighbor stat ion, ik pulling himself up by his hoot straps and is going to help) set things right. It is the student who Philip Leonard Desci Faculty ov By Phillip Leonard Fraternities came into existence in A m Arbor within a very few years t In ta- ala~t 1.(I d)1 t<2. t: of 11} ~ ha u JhnJ...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…t. :*0, 5 t k. 'Tyti PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1925 i,; Castles In Spain Junior Girls, Builders ', i .. The Director 1 By Valentine Navies Any new spirit in the theatre is anI asset. This is even more true when zealcus youth replaces settled middle age in the direction of a productionI which has the unavoidable tendency to become traditional, even in plot and detail. So the coming of Amy Loomis to the Junior Gir...…

March 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 118) • Page Image 10

…w PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY' TUESDAY, 'MARCH 15, 19271 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 15, i927~ - - - - - , I I -- I - I - I t I DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publicaijion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by, the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.. VOLUME VII TCUESDAY, MARCH 111% 927 NUMBER 11S I To the Deans: There...…

October 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 23) • Page Image 10

…m- EN DAILY 71 e'pt' Monday the Board in .ncc- Editorial Western Cor er. lis Mi of ma $4.! e Associated Press is eclusidly en- to the use for' republicatieon ofal news tches credited to itor not otherwise ed in this paper and the local news pub- [ herein. tered at the -postdffice at Ann Arbor, ianeas second class matter. Special rate stage granted by T1'hrd Assistant Post- :r General. scription by carrier, $4,oo; by mail, res : Ann Arbor ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

…Quit 1utrqtgan ?2aut SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922 Oxford University--It's Student Life, Traditions and Customs [ntroductory Note: While It is not cently become a resident of Ann Ar- marily a place of learning or a place start on Tuesday at the beginning of custom and shall not be the cus- bor. Mr. Jefferson says that the first of examination. It is a place where the new year, they really start. In a of the Sund...…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1925 Alva THE MICHIGAN DAILY '!'ACE 3uJiC THE MICHICAN flAT! .Y 1~A f~ P~T i 1 ,a 1.. ,L. ] .: 1 W. ,1 I Wandervogel---Saviors of Germany? Some Facts Regarding the German Youth Movement To Which Nation's Leaders Look for Future. Iy laul V. I1uscull "The downfall of western civiliza- tion can be prevented only by the birth in the rising generation of new spiri- 2 iial and vital forces." Thus writes t r. F. W. Foerst...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, AIARCF-I 1Fr, MT, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Y5AG ELVWN Ri in Stravinsky- Composer or Musical Roughneck? hpeaks queen bee with the destruction of the emppOnent male, her lover, in the dy heig thereat if it will!" This completely -this vital energy, this ferocious When Igor Stravinsky was first misinterprets Stravinsky, at least the lyricism, have served me as a sort of approached with offers to come to our Stravinsky revealed to us la...…

October 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 23) • Page Image 11

…LL I.T4 AIN L G5, _ LV-AVAM EWA-7-A C7:3 - *A, .1, JL r1 _. ,..... .: TRYUTS [OR RIFLE TEAM SH0.WINCREASE Good Marksmanship Is Not Necessary; Women Having' i Exjerience Allowed ToPractice TEAM HAS HIGH SCORE At the first meeting of the begin- ning rifle class held last Tuesday aft- ernoon, 22 women reported for prac- tice. This was an increase over the number in the class -last year at the same time. Membership in the Wo- men's ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 12

…i bring violets. 'rnousaria Years ntsetre, Boozing a '1 at You nave croewxu my one la Caledonese," and many others. only cat? My pussy cat has croaked-- My pussy cat has crofed- is frisky tail is still; Ah, but I wish .is glims are shut. I knew where I could find he moon is shining on the highboard Another kitty like the one that's fence; Ae was so nice to me, aunt tom cats clamber up the wall, And alwas 'swoke me np and start At three a. m....…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 12

…THE' MICHRIXAN -DAILY NIYAY E VAR, 0251~ *, + * f * Bfooks andWrts !Y* r* r + r f+ 4F0 .! GAt- t dOROMUA WTW U I iE_.1 --------- _ ------ of its second century of b)usiness by golf, andl an hundred other more or i I s , prining a brochure of its history. It less argent things, so he has devised Di~~ rpj ~ iL This and That is interesting to notice that this houseo okn nitre.H on ~~oe~~y iuie ~we~~is~i~ Home - Robinson Crusoe, nu...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

…PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1925 University Life- ussian Philosophy-Broadly Speaking Behind the Scenes in Russian Dormitories-Where One Bed Does A Campus Pessimist Airs His Views on Life et al. For Three and the Price of a Book is 10,000,000 Rubles ing to Contribute Further if Desired Will Be Will- Life is too short .to make action worth while. If man attempts the ac- quisition of power, if he drives his creativ...…

October 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 23) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL BULLE QUIJANO, MEXICAN REVOLT LEADER, IS EXECUTED T1 H BY FEDERALIST OPPONENTS AFTER LONG PURSUIT Li LAI,,, ko-- _vow -' wwwwww %0- ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice University. Copy received by the Assistant to p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) to all members of the President until; OFFICALS ADVISE ny beoe by reporting to the UNION MEMBERS any day from 3 o'clock to () 'clod.Union membership cards Al...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE I An Interview with Kreisier (By T. E. 1.) out, too. When conditions gradually music have been attracted by songs titudes of some people in this country Fritz Kreisler's recent trip to Eu- have become more settled, the emo- and pieces they can enjoy with a lim- toward him immediately after the war, rope, from which he returned but a tions of the people quieted, and their ited musical educati...…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 13

…-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1925 f H E MlICHIGAN DAILY _.__ DAILY a Tr }'usic and Drama ~4 ** -~ -- - rch hall, seColeridge and Pirandello Admixed The New Bonstelle Playhouse Joas I!year Ithere e s T e t bAscnan ,ry Paul Stephenson of the community. The task of train- By ClarIce Tapson burn-these are only a few of th e er Henderson. creatures. There is often great beauty i ing such a group to pull mightily, for To most people the only pers...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 13

…St7NDA'Y, MATRM 15, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P'AGE TTTEEN a ++ IMusic and Drama ++ d I May Festival Glimpses __.__ . 3! I j By Lydia Kahn bell-yet ever - with the continuing There is no need to introduce the j peel of t hythimic chords. Andante first soloist of the May Festival con- In ever slowing pace, the sombreI cert series to an Ann Arbor audience, swaying harmonies recur in softestj for we have all heard of Ossip Gabril- ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 14

…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922 The Passing of the Great Race" Some six or eight months ago I re- viewed Madison Grant's "The Passing of the Great Race" (Scribners). Since then a seventh edition has been pub- lished, the fourth revised edition of the work. The reason I review it now is because of a remarkable "Documen- tary Supplement" of approximately 140 pages which had been appended. More about this later. In 1916...…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 14

…PAGE FOURTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'ThP Naticnni1 PinhM1lpnic Cnrrpqv woman who breaks her pledge to one mieniber and~ one alumnae. The~ they. are now so numerous that they Nat jonal Panhellenic congress soror'- jalumna<e attendls in a purely advisory haebcm complex. t f c c } i c t t t A 1 t yy 2 t 6 r G r 5 y R 1 tr t A } 4 i t c f L p r3 C t1 it y or resigns t hererom, shall not be capa city. In the past, meetings have Copies asked to...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 14

…. PAGE FOURTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1921 SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 192w L ooigIantern Night, the Mi Made by Other Page By Ul~ias iK. IWagier i Lantern night activities are leading to the growth of a new tradition among the freshmen women at the University, namely, thew freshman pageant. It was held for the first. time last year and plans are no0w being! miade for this year's p~resentation. In establishing an annual event of...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHICAN DAILY MAGAZINE 5 The Program for the National Defense Editorial note-The author of, the following article, Col. H. E. Eames, enlisted in the United States Army in 1893. Since that time he has risen from a private to the permanent rank of Col- onel. At present Colonel Eames is commanding officer of Fort A "peace* army" corresponds in a way to the police force of a city. It is small, inexpensive and trained for peace or war. It ...…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 15

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARtY 15, 192, THE MICHIGAN DAILY x _ - _.._. _ ., ._ ._ ........; ...,,... .. .. PACT,,'F71TEEN +"#j 1 ' Cinema ., r Att Thelhe ason ;an d !ii'H; o wvhich patrons r )''lio i otfrday for the Irthei b' .i enggmn.Te tertainers offers a program~ of Ii latest popular Selc t ion S ill yr +z ;)1 song, and. one of the ieniblers ; ci. tributes an entertain ing c eeni ri dance. 'The feature m nl ;11'i) 1) "The iCity That Nov(*' Sl...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 15

…f' SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIFTEEN I ii, --__- - - - The story champions Youth which for! all1 its exhulberance usually com es out li( cn t p o i n - l y d b i s L-nm . :;an---is at first one of those daugh- C t~~~~c~~rs whom fathers meet coming home i :<"_:< as they go to the office in the morn- Ec a' lu, an Spike' 3aine-Mvalcolm ; y 1 l i ( r r d i e i o d t r t r uh'1 i'l l d i a e ( I I Ct h e F r e n c h w i ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 16

…6 THE MICHiCAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1922 Great American Weekly, but which in 1908, now reprinted by Little, has never been published in book Brown & Co. Its title is taken from Soform) since "Linda Condon," which that old bromide, "Once aboard the /j" appeared over two years ago, his ad- lugger and the girl is mine"-not an mirers had a right to expect some- unattractive title, though one must JOSEPH HERGESHEIMEt'S NEW She loves L...…

February 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 99) • Page Image 16

…PACE SIXTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'UNDAY, FEEBRVARY, 15-, 1 2.- Panhellenic Congress (Continued from Page Fourteen) ed with the sophomores of another house so that by mixing the groups, they may meet new women and learn to know them. At Christmas time, the Inter-sorority association organ izes the work of collecting the Christ- mas trees and toys from the sororitie and dormitories and provides for their distribution at the hospitals. The ...…

March 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 123) • Page Image 16

…P'AGEI SIXTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y M-'-T)AY, MARCH 15, 1925 _. Cinea -- -f too infrequent concerts. And Satur- first half of this week. "The Speed daywit ni the DeleniedSh awn Dands Spook" is said to be a. story of pathos, ';.fIEA l iK ES wIhtecceetTd w an pep, and politics' and one of six reel !Rfuth St. IDcnis are appearing. comedies.. Faire Binney, the only ;ItIloolis as though "Tb~e Goose woman in the cast, is the owner of - ---------...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 17

…chuckling over Thack- and should not be allowed to influence KREISLER IS INTERVIEED latitudes, while doubt- the thinking of normal, healthy-mind- BY A 1AGAZINE REPORTER was far in his 'teens ed people through the press, even in (Continued from Page 3) irough the entire lot of a free country! in Austria, he made a tour of America If "An American Idyll" is trash, before he was 20 and then, returning d the Lugger" is not by then the lives of all ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 18

…we will be in a better state of pre- paredness as a result of this policy than we were under the older sgheme. But in the nature of things, this mag- nificent body of citizen officers will not last always. They will grow too old for field service, they will take on new burdens, domestic or business, which will make service impossible; they will be lost through sickness, ac- cident and death as the years go by. For the necessary replacements, C...…

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