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November 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…THE 4Wt1CH1G-A-N DAB FRllDAY. NO"v"FivMFR, 1:i. 1029 T H.IC I A ....... . . ....... 4,~ThA y 0 VV T4%11 11 ', \ 1; lb ,L 7f i 7 REGIONAL GOVERNVMENT ADVOCATEDI BY REED AS SALVATION OF CITIES ('~pci Ito Te D ly) a satisfactory substitute for region- CE1ICAGOtt, Nov. 14 - Establish- al goen n, cntnd Dr ment of regional governments, goen nt cniud Dr which woumld cover entire metro- ! R 'Fcd. "Thetre are but twcvo alterna- politan ateai, as ...…

December 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO T F M[ l, H t l t A i 4! WiLil i i- Y - C TT'ATP1 X Ar V%"jN"lk etra a 4 4 mean a a. . 4 aAA1 i N E . SUNDJAY ', DEGEMBEn 15. 1929 I KKALEF 10oISUSMITHSOIANISIUEAWARDS 91scssl LAN EY EDALr OMANL Y, B YRD __. - 4 O FhI~ GVE ASENTTwo Members of TMichigan's History Staff Ln01n RIIIUU Are Scheduled on National Meet Program TO. DI T TQ It~ IP_ __ - - 4- -in,, r cet . ..M« !L LU 111L 0 UIILU I IIjII IJ'Two of the history staf will...…

January 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…PAGIO TWO THE MICHIGAN- DAILY Sn"n-Alf, JANT-ARY 1 ,, lq-2 ~'AGE~WO TE MIHIGANDAIL ~VX~AY,............~±2 FUIRTHER STATEMENVI IS ADECONCERNING1 M IARIONETTE SHO I (AROS . .l,0(111 ARE W~ILL KNOWN GIROUP* Of Puppet Sho~w 11o Comte Here Farly In Febirinry Further announcement was mvade yesterdlay by Earl Fleischman conl- Scorning the appearance in Hill audi- torium Feb. 2 of the- Jean Gros Frenchj THE UNIS CHO SEN, TO HEAD GROUP lel u. m]...…

February 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…E TWO THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y WDT1SDAY, l'EBRT~iU4TY 1. 1928 ISTAFORDUNIVERSITY ESTABLISHES HONOR QUARANTINE Will Show Business REOId-STRATION B jIN T NFf S;icur er odQCOL] FO PRICPAIN N"The Doings of Turp and Tie" a moving picture dpicing th ma- ., r .";act;ure of"turpentinez:will. .e.shoni E'\ s \ . : ,r:<* 1 In Natural Science auditorium at 415 OR ATO RICAL CONTESI Eo'clock today under the auspices of-____ LEGE MEN AND WOMEN will find the...…

March 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T '"MIC IIISDAY. AIARC14 TH.MC..N DAL .:M...........CI lY1 114411 AV,, i..VMV. hN WILJ NAE GYPT)I 'flAIUIIIAf PmfP ANt R2ESIGNS World's Oldest Book Issued In 868 A. D. )F PREMIER By Chinese Ine Honor Of His Dead Father AlC 3 Wha t is considered the oldest, bookmxvi Iima uscripis. 10 I VA A1S ITA' ItA N 1)W ILL 7 I. in the world is one whiich was "plii - The cave was 9t feet squnare antd 10 ! V '4E FlB E E PEIF"Ofia1...…

May 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…THE-] CH lOAN DAILY ., ?V L & AN LXI'LAINS'I STRUCTURE OF ATOMS t4eda4ing i1y"se4k'a1 Teorte.s oe 1'resei1r Mai, Siencee Expounded In Reecent lecture IS LABORATORY DIRECTOR' Discussing the struicture and hob- its of the atom, Dr. William F:(C. Swan, director of the Bartol Pounda-': tion Research Laboratories in Phila- delphia, delivered his lecture on " Thel Riddle of the Atom" Friday afternoori 1 in the West Physics building lecturet ha...…

February 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 94) • Page Image 2

…ETWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY . _.,. ,.._._ --- m--- -.-. . -,.r- i '1 pIWILL HOLD CNTS THE DAILY WINS ',Law Professors rNATIONVAL AADIn Writing 1 Nw TiII~a , i 11(1 i t.7 oSpax oiher o;1i' ~ ~ +. t olii haIa l I anhs 'tI ou professors 01f1the Lai 1-i ' " O11001, 1'' 2121 Sl ( :i ( it i)o oof erit in2 fl~arper's Magazine offr al Ii t -j r lnl 'l prize of $500, a second pieo ~UL< *:,(~' 'ieo tthe1 and a third ?prize of $00flor t;i~he"o- 1 l1002...…

March 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 118) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________ c I irr ~iLtUII HELP°IFIREMEN IN. FIGHTING BLZE IN NEVA DA COLD 09BOOM- ' W7rk Of 21 Authors Are Added To' W~ecp b is)trict. Faces Venflict Ov r Duplic ate Files As Result O)f New ,Rulsh RICH GRALVEL FOUND (By Associated Press) TONOPAH, Nev., March 14-The spectre of trouble over duplication of. ftilin~g on placer and lode claims ap- peared at Weekah today as the gol boomn camp, found itself p~otentially twice as...…

May 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…PAGE ~TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY ._ ftENGINEERS STEP VER Y INFORMALLY CHItCflO -iui EXHIBIT iIl ' E i LA G I C T O B , J rE T D Y ~ hi ~ ~ l i u'l k t 1. l ,2 owa rds the 'l Toi;tt;pe ev i m.aa ;i* 1;~lo l m el' PVidittlng Of Country's 1;*t Artists la'i.They WOvEt e eltiinelsis IngcveryV ConciCOvable sort of os Wil BeJ~si#aye hcos- lI their way to t he annual ('a'nJ) Davis ttame-- verythung from one of the I{ T1Untl ulk I(18ance, ll a :.i n...…

October 15, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926 U European Attitude F Bitter To U. S.--Wise In a recent interview, Rabbi Ste- phen A. Wise, who has just returnedt from abroad, stated that Europe's at- Z titude toward the U. S. is now ex- tremely bitter. Through the prostra-t tion of their lands, such countries as Greece, Spain, and Italy have beenI driven to despots and dictators. All the while, Amer...…

December 15, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 67) • Page Image 2

…r. PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY "[VTi!T)NFRT)A'4'. T)Fe,(",1 MT)FR V;. 1926 --aaa a . A AA * l .L * *avI,, 111V J2.ktt. )F5ThllQ1 A 1 V 'J Th~1. 1 '.ai 1 I 1 'GU~ I COMMITTEE SUBITST1 SCHOLARSHIP iNDING' TO FRATER ID' BOOY~ REPORTS OBTAINED FROM ALL SCHOL SN tANAA AND) UNIT El)STATES RESULTS ARE COMPARED ChaIrman Believes Fraternities To Be Of Serious Rather. Than Social Intent Reports of a recent survey concern-! ing the scholarship of ...…

January 15, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 80) • Page Image 2

…'PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' sIT IZ1DAY, JANUARY 15, 1127 SMALL FIRE CAUSED TRAGEDY PRlOF LORCH DELIVERS ADDRESS OVENR RADIO censequent ftiu' ae r b vo4 d A iYNU 6~E an mlthe n1 k; muss bocome accust ofl.'(1 - to vam iation8 :in 1 enpe1'atlureby (old ,,i 11T'1 A "Tlhe q itcstjofl 0s l'loth lg ; s an lim- (pp~ , . .t Ti21-'n f po - i'tn1 one, [)i'. ixe be)li(ee.i 1ns- ~ ' s'. the 8 K Cion A M S ; ftv~iebl to usp oa-, ej ' tnUe iali ai S1 ...…

May 15, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…% . . . . .11 , 11 'A .... ........ T"Fr" THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 15, 192~ Strike Mediator I- -- __- . ,.. - - I RELCSof INDIAN MOUND" Comparison ot a ie~ Ccof woc3 found in an excavataion in Detroit o the site of the old For t Shelby xwith piece of wvood1 founrd in an Indiani mlounld in Northern Michiganlgibes a clue to the age ot the mound, E. f Greennman of the museum of an! hiop-...…

November 15, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAI LY THURSDAY. NOV, _. FORD MOTO R COMPANI TO EX-PAN-DIN FUTURE !Plans Extension In Great Britain To Foreshadow Noteworthy Gain In Export Field PERRY TO HEAD COMBINE (By Associated Press) LONDON, Nov. 14.--Plans for great .expansion by a new Ford l49tgr ,Co., Ltd., whose formation is claimed to foreshadow a five-: fold increase in Great Britain's ex-j Pt of motor vehicles were an- pounced today. Of great interest was the state...…

December 15, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 71) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY riATTUlRDA , rDE("i;1-_F',C 15, 19 2; . ...... . .. DELEGATES FROM FOREIGN NATIONS PAY TRIBUTE AT GRAVE OF WRIGHT MAYO NEURO-SURGEON TO DISCUSS PIS WORK Rochester Clinician Will Deliver Annual Mayo Lecture Here Monday IS FOREMOST IN FIELD Dr. Alfred Washington Adson will deliver the annual Mayo lecture in the Natural Science auditorium oki Monday, December 17, at 4:15. His ubject will be, "The First Concep- tion of Surg...…

January 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . ........ ............ TUESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1921 PROFSSORS PfffAR Aviation Triumph, All-Metal Dirigible, Floats In Air Without Power Of Engine NEW BILL PRO VIDING EDMONSON, GLOVER, JOCELYN' DRAFT COMPENSATION ACT FOR LEGISLATURE PLAN WILL LESSENTA E BR TEAChERS' BURDEN Teachers Retiring At 60 To Receive. Annuity Of More Than Half Salary At etirient Prof. J. B. Edmonson, chairman of the executive board of the SchoolC o...…

February 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TFHRE MIICDHIGAN D A YLY BRY5'2 E13RTJARY B, 1929 AFGHANISTAN KING ABDICATES BY AIRPLANE FORESTERS ASKED TO CLUBMEETING IS POSTPONED REG TER FOR CAMP r ostponement of the regular Smeeting of theRomance club Craig Announces Opportunities until next Wednesday has been an- For Sophomore Forestry Inounced by Warner F. Patterson, Enthusiasts of the Romance languages depart- ment. The program which was an- CAMP OPENS LATE IN JUNE nounced...…

March 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

….-..~o ~ .~ a - - FRID AYi, MARCH 15, 1929 THE MICHIGAN RAIL Y Michigann ,Academy Continues Annualf -Meet Here Today With Luncheons And Asemblies In Allz Departments Ia !a Strings ..supplies I' I >1 I q4 U Sanitary and Medical Science section will meet: at 9:30. and 1:30 for all Musical Instruments o'clock today in room 2501, East M edical building, w ith P rof. D an- S n hc h o b r 6 i l A .Rcin y a t eai m . o l gy g o pnil m e...…

May 15, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…PACTI "0 THE .N ICRICA DAILY W IMF Sj)AY, MAY-15,19.29, PACE TWO THE MICHIC~AN W~DN~SPAY, M~AYA5,, 1929 COSH10POLIT&N CLUB PlCKS NEWOFFIRS Officers have been elected, and plans for the annual banquet in h49or, of graduating senior mem- bers haye been made by the Cos- nmopolitan Club. The banquet will be held May 18. Those officers picked to head the club for the school year 1929-30 are: president, P. K. Lee, '30D; vice- president, Shark...…

November 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…THE MICIGAN DAILYI 'TJE,)I1.1N OVEMBER i1:5i, 1:12? .. . ....... . . ....... .... W[LKEYS TALK OP[NS Naval Aviator Makes New Speed Record Traffic Handling Is Problem For Police Pnuinnirnuoornio .~. - As Large Number Of Cars Comes To Game ......t.<:-. .9x..*.-+:*..<.. i i polial ia11 numbe nn ring at least 9 'A K UUUU . (Con.tinued from, Page Onle.) Takliig a text fro nt Paul, "We have this5 ttreasur-e in erhnvessels.". lDr.1 Gilkey s...…

December 15, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…0 PAGM TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIUs AY, rMmR1 i5 1927 ADVISE CO-OPERATiON WITH YOUTH OF TODAY "The solution of the youth problem is sane and sensible co-operation, not dictation, by adults," was the conclu- sion of a resolution adopted recently at a gathering of representatives of the Interdenominational Young Peo- ple's commission representing more than 10,000,000 young men and women in every Protestant denomination of the country. Decla...…

January 15, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

…PACE TWO }1 z 'l. M~CiIANDAILY_____ ThRDAJANUARtY 15, 1925 DEBATERS SCO TO Northwest erniAlone ("Julleiiges ti b- igan for Honors in Forensie Fie](! ALL NEW MEN ON TIt\M Members 'oft tho nega tive team which will represent Michigvan in tahe Northwestern debate on the subject, "Resolved, 'hat the Pahilippines be given their comnplet e aind immediate independence," will leave for l,1vans- ton today. Trhe affirmative team will'db t th ne ai ...…

November 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…'Y'S SENA TE SEA T HANGS Plan Block "M" At' IN BA LANCE ; ANTIS' FORCE S GAIN Wisconsin G a m e Muezzin Calls To Worship Of Style .I Plans for the forming of a block Pageants of the Arabian nights "M" at the Michigan-Wisconsin game spread again their gossamer webs of i fare being worked out by Sphinx, jun-1 fantastic delight. Oh, ye of the lar- !or literary honor society. Permission em, bring forth the magic carpet, trim has been given that...…

December 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

…z afternoon, Dec. 27, on "LandEcn! ENs1 1 PA omics as a Fieldof Inquiry and Its E but, J. B. Kincer, Ui. L. Shantz, and; COM VEN IU11 H RE, i0. F. Baker, all in 'government re-i. search work 'in Washington, will also speak on various aspects of land ec- onoiis. At 8 o'clock the same day, a flhIDftI~ uarii1111 round table onf various aspects of land VU1Ii~O VIUIIIU IIroun~d table on "Problems in Land _______Utilization" will be held. ReetWlim? ...…

February 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 96) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ HSNN I OKNine senior and -.,duat(' enginee are tkingthe ewlycremaedcourse )1 radio enginveerng being ofet'rred % the first time this semeste r in' I A, en gilleorin7g school. The CotiZ:'' makes a thorough study of ..radi equipment and practicnn and studepta. are given practical work in the coun- struction and operation of appariatus. In the special work in the 111) 1U; tory there are threc studlent ;enroll- ed1, two o...…

March 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…THE MCI-ICGAN DAILY q 9T STRKESRU HR (Con nued from Page One) but that the directors were cautioned that if any diffliculties were encount- ered in the cokc plant, the coal mine which is also state property, would be seized and shut lown tight. More Troopers Arrive The arrival of 800 French troop.. ald engineers was announced at the plant by the blowing of the great steam siren which is used as a danger sig- nal. This created a stir throughou...…

May 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…~GAN DAILY -U 1 vg l~ g ay Traffic Ass ociatoni Elects iculty Nan for Fourth Time at Annual IMeting STRY INCLUDED EXPERTS [0-1 ALL T~ARTS OF~ COU TT Y Works of leading French, German. Norwegian, Russian, Japanese and American are hunng there and the gal- lery will be open every aftrnoon be - tween th~e honurs of 1.:30 and 5 o'-C clock. The exhibition is held under the auspices of the A~nn Arbor Art as- sociation. Elected Traffic President...…

June 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…OFFICIAL N WSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION Published every morning except Monday ur ng the summer session. membereof the Associated Press. The As- piated -Press is exclusively entitled to the se for republication of all news dispatches redited to or not otherwise credited in hs papeir and the local news published here- Entere'd at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, iehigan,,as second class matter. Subscription by carrier or mail, ...…

July 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…dayJM 0 5 IE WVEDDY GE TRADYDiE except Mon 1 UNSIGNE) 0031UNICATIONS Communications have bee nre- ceived in The Daily offices which bear no signature. The atten- tion of writers is called to the paragraph in the editorial page heading relative to communica- tions. All letters to the editor which are unsigned 'or which bear only initials will not be . printed. Associated Press. The .s- exclusively entitled to the ion of all mews dispatche...…

October 15, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, BURTON ADDRESSES C. OF C. LUNCHEON cnumbr of Commerce Intends to Create Closer Bond With University IS ANNUAL AFFAIR President Marion L. Burton and the deans and administrative officers of the University were the guests of honor at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon held yesterday noon in the Chamber of Commerce inn. This is the second annual University Day program to be held by the Chamber with the object of cr...…

November 15, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA'I THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~A'T al, J Y JL'ivil5 it . CONVENTIO v I Heads Exchequer In New Cabinet I Library Receives Collection Of Rare Oriental Manuscripts Gather onday for, Meeting; Others Will Arrive Wednesday Two EXPECT 70 DELEG ATFS Architccts of the north central chap- tcrs of the American Institute of Architects will meet in Ann Arbor on Wednesday, Nov. 1 for the opening day of the convention which will ...…

July 15, 1927 (vol. 8, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, -i M1. --I -._,. . Published every morning except Monday during the University Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publica- tions. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled tothe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news pub- lished herein. Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, postoffice as second class matter. S...…

July 15, 1926 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE ST1MMF.R MW ,IfAN nfA1taV 'TW'ThgAV TTLYv11; 199 _________________________________ aa a a .., ~a. , v s-. a a~a,-~a -mj~rv.± .t.rt*t, . A A1'... U I.J.JJH L U .. L J.LAJ,.LUG"l D t 04~r $bummerI OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION Published every morning exceptt Monday( during the University Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publica- tions. The Associated Press is exclusively en- t...…

October 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…angers And Enters Territory Never Traversed 13y White Men ,pared some de- for your lunch- d something to ppetite we have C. A. . also. - I __Iq 'HOUGHT m FAND WHY EATING AT STAURANT. NOW! HE TH ME THE W IT ISN'T MORE-IT'S (By Agnes Holmquist) Travelling by foot and in a canoe from Talifu, a small town in the shadow of the Himalayas, across country to the Yante and then down the upper rapids of the river, Capt. Harold Fleischhauer, w...…

November 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

… SPECIAL A'LICE BRAD ComPAREs STAGE WITH SCREEN FAMOUS ACTRESS SEES LITTLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONS For Tuesday and Wednesday Only Large Yellow Mums v'AIIb4P1U Ntorat To. r4attr 1321 225 . Chrrtxy t. ter. ,~ -N Cold Winter Ahead! Not however for those who, are wise and get their coal supply n o w for future comfort. You can save yourself much discomfort and inconvenience later by calling COIRNWELL COAL CORNWELL BLOCK Alice Bra...…

December 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 69) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___ , KODAK FINISHING Flashlights and Outside Groups EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS IJADLISIED 1905 719 N. UNIVERSITY Holiday OVERNIGHT BAGSt WEEK END BAGS BRIEF CASES COLLAR BAGSl SILK SHIRTS FANCY HDKFS. LINEN HDKFS. SILK NECKWEAR KNIT NECKWEAR SILK HOSIERY; SILK AND WOOL HOSIERY WOOL HOSIERY Hints CANES UMBRELLAS UNDERWEAR HATS CAPS SUITS OVERCOATS GLOVES JEWELRY SPORT COATS BATH ROBES PAJAMAS 1 4 E S ii t' 0 d it E s tJ...…

January 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 81) • Page Image 3

…VET BUREAU REPRESENTATIJE HERE JAN 18-20 TO CONSIDER SOLDIERS' CLAIMS ON GDYLRNMENT Charles A. uHmmer, '23, has res ed from the presidency of the I JSANDS of smokers the verdict to you- 1 the other tobaccos approach the finest have proved it--and now NATURE has produced varieties of pure Turkish FLAVOR of the finest Turkish- es the ENJOYMENT of the finest Turkish- 1 SATISFY you as will the finest Turkish- t the highest grade and .persona...…

February 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…ERSITY'S DN HEALTH Female Impersonat- npatible relation to an" is difficult to 's case at least, yet ef of "Tickle Me" ms a "sleeper jump" haracter to that of ion. Outside of the ight lacing and sub- comedian finds him- t he feels, however, rng" as a lady. Mr. e Me" come to the Thursday, February posed to do any- t Tinney has de- not omit the new says was wished >mething desper- tion was origin- dare some time lub, New York, a spirit of fun,...…

March 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…THE l CHIGA -(DAILY S TO HEAR LAND DOCTOR CLE F/J I omob~le and 14-Two-thirds stolen here are ad midnight, and number at 10 owners are at laces of amuse-. e committee on .e Chicago Crime hundredrand were tried here notor car thefts and August 15, of the commit- Dr. M. A. Blankenhorn of Cleveland Will be the first speaker on the Under- class Medical society lecture pro- gram. His lecture on "Milky Ascites" will be given Friday, March 2...…

June 15, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…Y, JUNE 15, 1928 TIHF SUMMFR MICHIGAN DAILY o . , i 1L.J V V 141 i 1i]_il \. t7i AUDITORIUM FOR LEAGUE BUILDING ASSURED ANONYMOUS GIFT OF $50,004) MAKES COMPLETION OF PLANS POSSIBLE MEMBERSHIPS ARRANGED New Wing Will Contain Auditorium, Dressing And Meeting Rooms; Stage To Be Equipped Michigan women are now assured that the contract for the auditorium wing of the new Women's League building will be let immediately as an anonymous gift of $...…

July 15, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN 'DAILY PAGE THREE SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAG~I THREE~ - U - I Books of the Day The lIntelligent Women's Guide to So- clalism and Capitolism by Bernard Shaw. Brentano's. $3.40. In this book Shaw tactfully and cleverly serves a simple dish of the first principles of socialism and capitolism beautifully garnished in his usual satire. The work is any number of things, for in...…

July 15, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…screen ajestic-Ethel Clayton in "For the Defense"; Sunshine com- edy. le-Alice Lake in aedy and news. "Hate"; erth - "The Light in the learing," an Ir'ving Bacheller lay, and comedy. arles >medy Ray in "R. and news. This Week-Stage Garrick (Detroit) -"Shavings.", 1. '_______ _______________ Facial massaging, Marcelling, Mani- curing, and Shampooing at 340 South State St., over Cushing's. Tel. 2939-M, Mrs. Florence Wilson Dimattia. Patr...…

July 15, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

…THE SUMMER MICHIGANDAILY PAGE THREE THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGN THREE r i PORTO, RICA. SHOOLS Mr. E. A. Mercado, professor in the Spanish department of the university gave a lecture in Spanish yesterday on "Les Escuelas de Puerto Rico" in which he compared the schools in 1898, when the island came under the .United States control, and the schools as they are today. He was able to give many interest- ing statistics which depicted that...…

June 15, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…)0,000 has gone intoI of Michigan athletic! ,past four years, yet ey must be spent if "athletics for all" is cording to the report ost, director of inter- cs, to the Board in tics at their annual n' spentin the past $573,603, practically from football gates rding to the report. tinued successes in, ecommends vast im-1 e athletic plant dur- w fyears. The chief posed stadium, upon other plans more or at in four years thei program and im-. been g...…

July 15, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…7n And Shoals wood's Retiremen 1THE SUMMER M "igh otherwise have won from Mc- Adoo. His chances of being a compro- n. isc candidate for President, until /th n boo, disappeareI unmmedatdly. n, July 14.-"Alabama-.f Underwood!" Thus the informed day after day during the Democratic presidential From that minute he had all of the convention. Never was a state nmor klan elements in the state working faithful to a native son. There woud against ...…

October 15, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…[I 1 iL- r 11~ EN BEATEK which the Varsity line made. The BY VARSITY 18-0 Abe Cohn Biggest Ground Getter for First Eleven; Circles Ends for Big Gains THREE DROPKICKS SENT OVER BAR BY JACK DUNN'S TOE Michigan's Varsity defeated the freshman team 16 to 0 in a hard fought scrimmage Wednesday after- noon. Jack Dunn's drop kicking was largely responsible for the victory, for the diminutive quarter booted no less than three goals from the fie...…

December 15, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 61) • Page Image 3

… . " r f ' !. ' .. _ +" V / // / jj4'j(( /) p y f. 00- 't C 1Clow MATHER LOOKS FOR HARD SAME WITHNORMAL FIVEi VARSITY LINE-UP WILL BE SAME AS ONE WHICH OPENED YEAR LAST SATURDAY With the Western State Normal game three days off, Coach Mather is leaving nothing undone to give the Normalites an evening of real enter- tainment and incidentally to get re- venge for the lacing they handed the Wolverines last year. In meeting Western State Norm...…

January 15, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' 17o . BUCKEYE QU INTET TO MEET VARSITY Game Tonight Will Show What Posi- tion Michigan May Expect in Title Race 200 TICKETS FOR CONTEST TO BE DISTRIBUTED TODAY Michigan meets Ohio State at 7:30 o'clock tonight in her third Confer- ence game, one which will show whether the Wolverine five can yet finish the season with a creditable record of victories and defeats. Some 200 seats for this Conference remain, and at 1 o'cl...…

March 15, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

…15, 1921. THE MICHIGAN DAILY 11 a. ea POR. S.a . TRACK STARS AT NOR'WESTERN SAT Butler, Wesbrook, Walker, and Mile- Relay Team Counted On for Points ILLINOIS MAY GIVE OUTSIDE CHANCE TO WISCONSIN MEN Michigan's ftrst real test in the 1921 track season comes this Satur- day when the Varsity track team goes to Northwestern for the annual Con- ference indoor meet. Without several of the members of last year's well balanced squad, Michi- gan wi...…

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