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March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

…UnIIA"1 X DAY . 1w wan 4:3attii ASSOCIATE[ PRESS D)AY ADD NIGHT If SERVICE I _ . No. 1:1 l£ 8. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. PRICE. THREE ENATE REAFFIHMS IIFFERENCES WITH WiL[SO0 N 0O N W ARTICLE X RESERVATION ADOPTED BY 2 TO 1 VOTE DEMOCRATS J O IN EPUBLICANS IN BALLOT ion Ends Efforts for Compromise to Insure Ratification of Pact (By Associated Press) TashingtonsMarch 15.-Reaffirming disagreement with President...…

March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 2

…:AL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday during theUniver- he Board in Control of Student Publications.' EMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ciated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for of all news dispatches' credited to it or not otherwise is paper and the local news published therein. t the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ton by carrier or mail, $3.50. knn Arbor Press building, Maynard street. Ba...…

March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

…I In That Varsity' to Limit to rday 'ARS UNABLE N DUAL EVENT Tuesday 7:15-Junior lits vs. underclass medics. 7:15-Upperclass' medics vs. Crawford's fresh, lits. 8:15-Junior engineers vs. fresh engineers. 8 .5-Senior engineers vs. un- derclass laws. ,8:15-Quartel's fresh lits vs. senior lits. HAULDALL MLN ANAI TO BEGIN OUTDOOR LUNDGREN HOPES TO CAI FRESH TWIRLERS SOON IOUS' WORK [L OUT Farrell has started his track in upon a week of the ha...…

March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 4

…w~omen SS WOMEN :VERSITY WOMEN TO ADVI 11 . Advertising,. Nursing, and ti Woor ArA Tonle to Recrea.' ; e . For mother, father, the boys and girls. It's the sweet for all ages-at work or Play, The:. Michigan women's annual luncheon will be given at 12:30 o'clock Saturday, April 3, in Barbour gym- nasium. The luncheon will be follow- ed by a general business meeting for the Michigan women who will be in attendance-from various parts of th...…

March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 5

…The Stage GARRICK-DETROIT aDAY, I, THEATRE MAR. 16 r I- NOT A MOTION PICTURE | 1 Negro minstrelsy, Shakespearian roles, and vaudeville -entertaining have given Andrew Tombes, who leads the cast in "Nothing But Love" this week at the Garrick-Detroit, a variety of acting experience. Two other play- ers of exceptional training are Ruby Norton, who appears as the prima donna, and Florence Enright. The book of "Nothing But Love" has been...…

March 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 118) • Page Image 6

…vas ception for Ilirfi Johnson Union. xslty band meets at Union to r Johnson-for-President ban- Full uniform. Lnquet for Hiram Johnson at coral Union rehearsal at thej of Music. out leaders' training course high school. Lion orchestra rehearsal, sec- or, Union.h reshman band rehearsal in sity Hall. Clair County club meets on loor, Union. xle club meets in room 318. on. hinx meeting, .third floor, reshman 31andolinwelub re-. tin Lane hall. elp...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER RAIN OR SNOW r Lwr ka ~1ati ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIORT 1TIRE SERVICE TODAY IIAIII M _.. ' } VOL. XXXI. No. 113. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE UP OVOTE TURNER WILLING FOR DEBATEON IRISH__QUESTION PROFESSOR ANSWERS. CHALLENGE AND GIVES REASONS FOR DECISION REFUSES ORAL CONTEST; DESIRES WRITTEN DUEL Suggests Changing Subject to "Should U. S. Recognize the Independ- e...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, ,. OFFICIAL NESPAER F TII UNVERiT P'ublished eve~ary nrnin r ems, t Mn,y r;;L , { ity year by teBadi oto fStin o ct s b EN ULR C(,-AT'I he ssociatedI I'r ssisC\Cn 'V]l"eutr I o he soto epublication of il news isptcescredit o[t o lt ":4-'~ 'i°. credited in ths pper anthe , P0, i wnw biidteen Entered at the postoflice at An. hr A hie.aH second ler.ss matter, Subscription by carri r nmil, $3.50 ODffices:...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY s I ENTIE IN THRE EIENTSSELECTED, Dash, Quarter, and Mile Men Chosen By Coach Farrell Tuesday Afternoon REMAINING WOLVERINES WILL BE PICKED IN TRIALS TODAY Michigan entries in three events for the Conference indoor track met at Evanston Saturday have been se- lected by Coach Farrell after the trials held Tuesday afternoon. The. races' are the 50 yard dash, the quar- ter and the mile run. Hopes Bright in Dash There will b...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1921. k ... t K OFFICE TICKET SALE FOR 'SELINA SUE" OPENS TODAY t 1:30 o'clock this afternoon tlie et sale for the Junior Girls' play open at the box office of the itney theater. The advance sale Graham's bookstore ended last night. To date the Friday night and Satur- day matinee performances are prac- tically sold out. There are still a number of good seats for Saturday night left. Rehearsals b...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL .. 4 D AV S I STARTINGTUjjA (1 UXlir h BALL LIMIT1ED) According to Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien, the playing of {Ibaseball in city streets, alleys, and lawn extensions is prohibit- ed by city ordinance. SiIfLITS WILL JOn 1'23 will be music, songs, jokes, and during the World War. The talk ti EN4ANEERS AT UI'ON S SOKERt speeches at the smoker. Immediately under the auspices of the World Sel l___ followving this the li...…

March 16, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN RAIL k WEDNESDAY, MA1'R 16,:1 ATTENTION- ENGINEERS and ARCHITECTS!' Ailik T L E R N s .6 C LE A " lade Rule" to Lettering Price $1.2;5 W A N R BOOKSTORE p SUGARBOWL ROME MlADE CANDY ABSOLUTELY CLEAN BEST LINE IN THE CITY EVERYTHING MADE IN ANN ARBOR LIGHT LUNCHES ANN ARBOR SUGAR BOWL SADDLE PONHIES, 421 So, MAIN STREET: Near Packard Phone 1687-8 S EE E UR OP E All expense. including steamship fares, hotels. Sightseein...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…I k of 00 2J, iAau F. ) 00 - . _ _. t . . .. ..." ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, THURRBDAY MARCH 1 .1922 4 t . -" , . . . +.w . . +. w~fsa a~iiws i~y ip(fi - . . . i Character Portrayal Contributes To Success Of Players Club Production "Ui FIRE .,. . PRO2P- [IAN l PERSONS ARE ADE IDLE BY BLAZE rney, Declares to Incend- I~f (By Delbert Clarrk Unusually accurate character por- trayal, good scenic effects, 'and care- ful coaching co...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…entitled to the use for ed to it or not otherwise s published therein. bor. iahign.aSemnd ard Street. "ords, if signed, the sig- it as an evidence of faith, ill receive no consideration. No manuscript will ithe writer incloses postage. a not necessarily endorse the sentiments expressed tions. EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 2414 ITOR....... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL . . . ............Joseph A. Bernstein ..................................Paul W atel to...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

… it, ALTH 8 Freshmen Elected to Glee Club The Freshman Girls' Glee club elected the three following new mem- bers at a meeting held Monday after- noon: Geraldine S. Truscott, Edna E. Kadow, and Charlotte Harrison. U an., 2850-M or, 1886-M arbor, 1886-M ., 1719-R 1508-J inn., 2545-M Ludington, 2309-W Vanton, 2174-R Hillsdale, 410-W. h. Hulburton, N. Y., 278-W, 2R ,oe. Pequaming, 981-W rson. E. Chicago, Ind., 1676 The University is not ...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

… i 4 * ". ,' '" ' . ' ... VI D FIRST MICH-' working hard with k proteges in pre- al telegraphic meet Saturday, the first igan. Never before history of the Uni- been held without ent, and naturally eing centered upon t. Upon its suc- iture here. cults at Once lch is used in hold- meet is indeed un- 1 is allowed to en- n each of the events times of the first and instead of wir- >on aS the event is e held over and sent the outcome of the w...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

…to any ot play rs otl dist- e for Coach Farrell following the com- ion of the trial heats at the gym- uum early this week. It is probable 21 men will consititute the per- iel of the Wolverine aggregation. ; which men will be entered in ' event was not announced except few instances. It was announced Landowski, star Wolverine pole .ter, will be the only man taken he trip-who will be entered in that it. McEllven will be entered in high jump in...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

….^' IIUULI II. URIIIU2I, Il, eth A fran PaPer , n nn ~t~z fricn Paer RCEIVES ENGLISH, HONOR, od, but frank at least......"I can ly hint that the japes of 'The Garg,' RHODES' SCHOLAR FROM MICHI. which there are a-plenty, 'suggest GAN ELECTED TO PRESIDENCY at the freshman and unfreshman of OF OXFORD UNION in Arbor are just a little too fond the 'skoit!'" The Cherub probably Robert M. Carson, '17, Rhodes' ist know something of our modern scholar ...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…p, great importance to the, f immediate work of the W. C. A. will be discussed L membership meeting at s afternoon in Newberry |at Jun ' Delegates will be elected to repre- er- sent Michigan at the national Y. W. C. 25 A. conference to be held April 20-27 at Hot Springs, Ark. A report on mat- ters of general interest, concerning lar the conference will be given by the en- conference committee, and several is- ev- sues will be presented for...…

March 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 120) • Page Image 8

…IUAL 8:30 p.m. (11: IULLETIN a. m. Saturdays.) [UNDER MILITARY BALL TICKETS TODAY 1os" TH AY, MARCH 10, 1922 Number 126) SCounil: r he adjourned meeting of the Senate Council will be held at 4:15 p. m. y, March 20, in the President's office. R. W. BUNTING, Secretary. ', Junior and Sophomore Engineers: 1i Senior, Junior and Sophomore Engineers will be ex psed from s promptly at 11 a. m. on Thursday, March 16, 1922, and will then Liately ...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHERI RAIN; COLDER TODAY A0i t ia ~aih .AT TEND CONVOCATION TODA Y , r __ VOL. XXXIII. No. 121 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE MVE CENTS . .... PRICE FIVE CENTS L TORO Ilk 4t S c=.. SP ECTI _. . i GROESBECK UNABLE TOSPEAK TODAY1 AT CONVOCATIO0N MAJOR, ROLPIL DUFF WILL TARE ADDRESS IN GO VERN ,OR'S PLACE PRIVATE~ SECRETARY OF STA'TE HEAD TO TALKI Section Reserved In Hill A...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' r TDAY1 i 1 c c c s I 1 1 7 MISINRYMETBURTON TELLS NEEDS Of Needs Of WILLOPEN TODAY UNIVERSITY T BAODE - ~~~~(fontinuc 1 1from1 1age~ OneUldP )oIaP1111 to ''lir Im insl ConiIwhich have beeneriefssed (during Ith( ferencee past few months came from sour ces twhich were attempting to und (ermin ileating R. AULZV3M the character of the University. Plant 13It S N '1I d1 ;R A E 3 1 1 1IT ,I have feIt at tim es,~ h said, "tIWp...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY_______________ There w ill be a bridge t; a fron 5o'clock Sahluday ,afternIoon a Kappa Alpha 'Theta h-; se, dance from A tc 12 o'clock in th4 wing, for the benefit of tHe Wo leaigue. TPickets for the tea aI cents~ apiece, and for the danc( cents apiece, and $*1 a couple. Chaperones for the dlances this end are as follow s: UnTTjion, Fri Miss Mlartha H ills; SaI 'tda--M G. H~eartt; Armo~ry, Friday-Mrs. Adams; Saturffay-I'4r...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RI1D Y, MARCH 16ip . .. Die ,fRir t all Bahly One of America's foremost enter- tainers, Raymond Hiitc hcock, is re- oFrICIA L KFWSPIER 0OF THE UIMVEIISITY OF MIHCHIGAN t publishes every "morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. OASTED RLL~ f~ijt /~lnt1 Jl ~ sl~R ll. ,, EDTRIAL COMMENT 'Wo en' s League Ii p~orted to have said in a recent inter- + ieWv that ...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 5

…___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___THE MWCHICAN DAILY 'It it r i . - , llr-. *W"-% -lr- " ---- - - - , - - --- SILL DEBATE TONIGHT E Hoover Aide May Do You Know Soon Resign Post ____________ Tor $100,000 Jobr The The asked The needs ot a Women's field house":' extension and improvements for the journalism department?! needs for a new museum? D+ ubv I lielws Fleet Ralroad-, to C(onsolidate 1UsIINSOE T E Aboard the L. S. S. HedroP...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYPR 000 ....... ._ 4 6. IG~C&NTRACKMEN TO ,RU TR HIALS FOR CONFEREN1CE MEET' uke, Hatttendorf, CuisiNg", Martin. Places AssuredE Joynier, Thomas :wd iemens f The events are doped as follows for To lRimt Heats# the Wolverines: 50 yard dash between 3 to 5 points, t6io mile 6 to 8,1pole W ill Ruin Tonight on his hand44orYovdr a week. In 440 Yard Trials Another sign of a "'. i t jInx c ainthe,~l f~~ ~ inlielding pra~tIU...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rO M .. w,. ,. ... . f . 1 DAILY TO PUBLISH BUJSINIESS DIRECTORY B<eginning next Sunday The Daily will publish a classified business directory in connection with the classified departmnent. Representatives of The Daily are busy selling space for the filrpt section to appear Sunday.. I.. RUMSINESS TRYOUTS WANT ED Second semester freshmen with bett. lhan a C average and lio 1) or I grades from their first semlester aer...…

March 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

…____ ___ ___ ___ ______TI IE MICHIGAN DAIL)~_ __ _ _ i~iDA Y, 1ARCh 16. ..._..._.....,_.r. ,.._ ... . _ s ,. D AI LY 0F F ICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bullsetin is constructive notice to all mnembers of the Uiversity. Copy received until 31 0 D. m, (11:30 a.. m Saturday.) Volume FRIDAY, MNARCH 16, 1923 'Number 121 I WHAT'S GOING ONi &. Envoy Moved From Spain TO 1 Japanese Court, Russian Gr aind opera To Play Return Engagement ...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…IMPERA- I F, 4~Ifr IaiIlj One 123 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, .__._ r WMITTEE UGHERTY CHARGES Secret Passages, Compartments Reported In 'Mystery House' BOOTLEGGING, BRIBERY IS LAID TO ATTORNEY GENERAL IN NEW ACCUSATIONS ILLEGAL EXHIBITIONS OF FIGHT FILMS, CLAIM pubilcan National Committee States That "Nothing Discreditable" Has Yet Developed Washington, March 15--(By A.P.)- w a...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 To Secure More Effective Prohibition Enforcement We print below the essay which won MILTON DREYFUSS imposed laws was naturally held in for Milton Dreyfuss the fourth prize more or less high repute. This con- in a national essay contest of which been proverbially hard upon the pea- government spy, the soldier's bayo- eption of government they brougt the Intercollegiate Prohibition Asso...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPEA HERI ii9 . g i s l n a n io L e c t u r e f lAuditorium on April 29 LThe Week's News In Brief L(Continued from "age One) piled a list of 20,00)0 persons who vio- Slated the state blue laws last Sunday. f t bankers would consider undertaking1 seems nabashedI. It has now decreedI the credit. that all men tion of thne Caliph be elim- inated from the State prayers, and The Poincare government stands or that the favor ...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 2

…VAUX TWU THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. WARC'?1, '21 PROHIBITION so effectively employed by the Pro-'- (Continued from Page One) hiitionists irior to the enactment Presidentia Proclamation, or plot- of the 18tht amendment ao again be aa effectively ause. The irect ela-I cat platform, or judicial decree. It ti etiwee aleoltol and prostitution, I / is the clea, definite, final determiina- crime, poverty, ill health dimitished O u u t m r ion of a ma...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ls soma" ,- -~ - -~ AvAl s I~notices I f Read The Daily "Classified" Colu 40WIOMEN TO ATTEND SENIOR SUPPER TUESDAY Four hundred and fifty senior wom- en are expected to be present at the Senior supper at 5:45 o'clock Tuesday evening at Barbour gymnasium, aft- er which they will proceed in a body to the Whitney theater to witness the initial performance of "Thank You, Madame." The procession to the theater will be l...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 3

…,U NDAY, 1 H "', £1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY fA*+tt4'4 OUR BANKS Are prepared to Help You Soilve Any of Your Financial Problems Farmers & Mechanics Bank 101-106 SOUTH MAIN 330 SOUTH STATE Frosted Windows IMLAC BOIE ERSE11'"P IN IliTOWN oli f tU) HAM A444J4; IM 11,ivs lki frozes freshtiess, Sonnet fromntte Pandtentonitns 1 ike wtitted tightls. 'then tanse a white stiletto neatit a!BtIomte. nmaer . rOf coalthttreadt ctoud; gents glitterett TI .) A...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY the United States, taking positions of ;eaership in movements among children which are unappreciated by XEWQPAPER OF THE the great majority of the people, that XUI .1 E ii!1ar.rA..5 UK* afar. JNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN >lished every morning except Monday g the University yar by the Board in rol of Student Publications._ mbers of Western Conference Editorial e Associate'd Press is exclusi-ely en- to theruie for republication ...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAiL, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 and sneak up to steal our wife and B ooks tapestries and gold drinking ces." Since I have fallen to quoting I SO BIG, By Edna Ferber. Doubleday, feel I must include that pungent com- Page, & Co. 1923. mnentary on the University, Miss Fer- When Edna Ferber wrote about her described two classes in the in- petticoat salesmanship she was amus -stitutions, the Classifieds and the Un- ing and w...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. , ,_. . .:._..., _ _n __._..._._._. ._.: _ ...... :. r4 E G ., S 'r , , } i , ., . i f k F I ' ' I V 5 r .. .. j i, . . Screen Features 2-3:50-5:40-7-8:50 S)tage Fetatures 3:30-5:.20-7:15-9-15, NOTeW PLAYING y BE MFMF- G PE RMA FOR TESET FIESIP FUND! ®® 0 a w m v® w F 0 Ra a m a - S-PECA E5 FS& iSTAGE ANDSCREE::!!- TWO. BIG ACTS- LIO, me ' E"L Elm - G I tlillmm VAT ' . 1..: STAR OF "COTT...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILYPG I1 The Reviewer Is Reveiwe&'Mr. Cowles on Mr. Le i.acock DOROTHY TYLER "A playerc shall cease to be an ama- anuscript; that at another point in THUE REVIEIVER,, one of those- lit- Gynt," which reveals Isei's humor teur by. . playing for a money prize his, dicours he mst rn his fingers erary quarterlies which pay 'in famse more fully than any other of his play, or gafe receipts:' through his scraggly ...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…___________________SHE MICHIGAN DAILYSNA,$ " + ... ......w mwm ,ldl l . (ffllll!I 1 __M 1 . .. .. . .. . _,_.. , 4 r . 3OER PEFOMU. Of D.Fails o.X ante Grid Coach. T 0 MThe athletic board of the Tniver- TOMOROW N6Hcity of Detroit. failed to select a grid- ______iron mentor, for next year at a meet- Second1Annua~l Boxing Carnival to be 'ing held, Frday night jor that, specifici H04 in 1Watermnan Gymnasium proe I1),TedSullvanT...…

March 16, 1924 • Page Image 6

…k'Ate, THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 194 Divine Requiem, ('ome'. letis weep over His passng- NEWELL BEBOUT a finite world, enjoy ourselves antro- out; ('ant you not see that we are pomorhically? We are in distresso in iistress? c'n we now aspire? To God? Hle i wretched, for having nothing definite for an idol; Let ito weep! This Spiral into thenih called dead. We can as pire if at all, only( to wonder about, wenih wonder abot al D~yVI0AV...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHICAN V.1; 4 I ICOLUMN AT 3 P.Y4. Eight Rooms-A highly improved lot, 150 ft. frontage. First floor, study, hall, living room, large sun room, dining room, pantry, kitchen. Four bedrooms up. Vapor steam heat. Strictly residential location.I Read the Want Ads $23,000 - T RTISING WE HELP BUILD Eight Rooms-Washtenaw district, study, living room, pantry, kitchen. Four bedrooms up. Attic. Lot Highly improved. Price $17,000. dining r...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 924 THE'MICHIGAN DAILY VAGe Vr been called a "golden rule," but "Que! remarkably pregnant statement: it. very happy and spiritual death, an All we hae gained then byouotr tout nest pas or qu 'on sit lure" means that man's natural activity is object for which we could rennciate unbelief 'T use this Christian doctrine one : sef-furtherance, not self-denial, and our bodies. Is-i Kingdom we eardI Is a life of doubt iversifid by fa...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…in~ the Bulletin Ii7 iozaiructive notleto ail merukerssof [te. Copy received b' try 4saitu~nI tutL(, 1 - rxt uxtil (11:341a. im. Satiiz~ ____ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY March Pith at S8'I. Il. in the histological Laboratory. The following papers !vIll be presented: '"P.our Mctlhods of Crimologic~Inquiry" by 'Professor A. F. Wood.' "action between Colloids and Electrolytes" by Professor A. L. Ferguson. The Conc:il will nmeet at 7:30 p.,im. T. ...…

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…PA m PIG55T THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 1G, 1924 Goldfarb Says:-- t: God disikea sin uthy did lie C cra e epotentialityforiti*i*4 Whether the gods created man or not i ertain that man created the gods. Is it fair that a Mexican bandit should look upon fornication as a pastime and apparently suffer no ill effects from it. while an honest yong ank clerk with ut a single fall frotm grace chalked up against lim should spent the rest of h...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…O I I /V Alp 4IatM Sectioi Two . - -1 ----------------- r XXXIV. No. 123 ANN ARBOR, MICIIIGAN, SVNDAY, JARCII 16, 1921 PRICE, FIVE _._ A DELTA CHI 'ES STUDENTS ANNUAL AFFAIR Food And Fun Mix With Work In Rehearsals T AKE MAJOR PARTS IN CAST "C ME TO EVENT SIMILAR TO ONE OF WASHINGTON GROUP Committee Chooses Students For Highi Standing in Representative Campus Activities Plans which are now being formu- lated by the...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…THE- MICHIGAN DAILYs STAT'S PRODUCTS TO BEDISPLAYED'i MAieyIgan 1md m1srinl E1Xposition 'Will lle elid i Convention H11:ll, j D1etro, M 3ay :to 17 Mt 'NliP 1, 1;XJi~iR~,s WolR 'OF? INV1NTORFS 'TO 11; SHI'\ 1M a_nctrer-, and 4other business. m~en hiave so loyally su~pported thel Michigan: Industrial E, position, to be held in Conventioni hall, DetroItr Mlay' 3rd to l7th, that the success of the ex-4 positib11 is 1noW assurdan.icn promlice its ...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

… r ;. SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY' m "10; oil -, . l I' vo I, I 0, mml:---.7 o,--"-ft'-T" in"" V.- - - - , -.-- -10 - - .,... .. , u . . . k . ldfarb Says: *od dislikes sin why idIle the potentiality for it? Select a volume from the Loll t t~rv' -t l 'Whethier the gods created man or not it1czrtain that man created the gods. Is it fair that a Mexican bandit ' should look, upon fornication as a' pastime and apparently ...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN -DAILY FAUE TWO SUN-DAY; MARCH1 1 SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PROHIBITION Iso esectively ;einployed by the Pro-1 (Continued from Page One) hibitionists prior to the enactment Presidential Proclamation, or pt- of the 18th amendment can again be, as effectively used. The direct rela- cal platform, or judicial decree. It tion between alcohol and prostitution, is the clear, definite, final determina- ; cr ; peoei...…

March 16, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 123) • Page Image 13

… Divine Requiem N. . ... ' . _. OUR BANKS us weep .over His passing-' n you not see that we are NEWELL in distress? can we.now- aspire? To God? He is This spiral into the night called dead. We can'aspire if at all, only1 "ite," however exquisite our pre- to, those objects which once glowing1 tenses about it, is a pathetic attempt with Hs ir now faintly retain Hisl to conciliate antinomies. It is an in-: terminable combat between Aharim ...…

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… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAii SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -- u ., . , .. .................. Books So BIG, By Edna Ferber. Doubleday, Page, & Co. 1923. When Edna Ferber wrote about petticoat salesmanship she was amus- ing and well liked. Beside her place in periodical fiction, her yearsas -a short story writer netted her some- thing else-a certain facility of tech- nique and a sure sense of the popu...…

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