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February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…ejl A&j uri~ujan-At ASSOCIA PRES DJAY .INI) NMGl SER.VIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. PRICE THI i # _ s I p I Changes in Courses MAKE ,M An Is Editor's Note - Any changes in courses or special announcements should be sent in to the City Editor the 1 day before the change takes place. Economics 38-The lecture meeting in this course for the first week only will be held at 3 o'clock in' Room 101 S Ec., instea...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 2

…UJNIVERSITY during the Univer- Publications. D PRESS itied to the use for Sit or not otherwise lished therein. Michigan, as second iard street. fned, the sig- n evidence of Daily at the 'Daily office. n. No xnan. Dostage. entirnents ex- STAFF' In tne second place, How does a man acquire knowledge of these activities so that he will not be wasting time-in "chasing something he knowsnoth- ing 'about?" The handbooks which are given all first y...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…disposed of by Chicago, Feb. 7, 35 to 10. This was the only game played in the last two weeks by the Gophers and places that team in a tie for sev- enth °place with Ohio State. Indiana, SLas a result of the 50-50 split with Iowa, ranks in fourth place, which has been disputed between Indiana and Iowa since the Hoosier defeat of Northwestern, 32 to 11, Feb. 4. As the race in the Conference nears the end, it seems that three teams stand out and ...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 4

….i iL1i 1V.t4..A iA\..W' .LN LJP' .. r 1 wr college offers annually s of. universities and col- ckhowledged standing fel-' _all l~angua ges , history, and s, including economics and resident fello~vships of the 530, one resident research' fellowshiph valuing $750, two resident fellowvships, one $750 and the other . 470,. a nd 20 resident gradu~ate schol- a)rships of $200 are offered. Recomn- mendations of professors and indica- dions> of fut...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 5

…I1 Arrangements have been entirely mpleted for the concert to be given1 iday evening, Feb. 20, in Port Hur- by 60 men picked from the 175 who' mnpromise the.Varstiy Glee and Man- lin club.. Manager, Charles R. Os- , Jr.,''20, announces that a special r leaving at 11:20 o'clock Friday )rning from the switch in front of e Natural Science.-building will con- y the combined clubs to Port Huron. ey will return the following after- ion. The plan of...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

…wb. WHAT'S GOING ON -i ig Suitings are i w ready, are you? Karl Yaicolm East Liberty St. Malcolm Building TUESDAY 8:00-Chimes board meeting in room 319 of Union. 7:00-Culver club meeting in room 316 9f Union. 7:00-Youngstown - Michigan elb meeting in room 306 of Union. 7:30-Union orchestra rehearsal on second floor of Union. Open to everyone. 7:30-Freshman Mandolin' club re- hearsal in Lane hall. 7:30--Michigan Dames meet in Lane hal...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…iF Zr6 Ut -I. t I II7 DAY AND NIGHT SEVICE ANN ARBOR, MIOEIANO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,.1922 PRIC eIV 11 THAT CON. TO ACCEPT NT *THIS LEVY ERWISE SAYS BILL )ULD BE POSTPONED ' and McCuinber Do Not Be. ve That Legislation Ought-I to Be Dropped (By Associated Press) n, Feb. 16.-Pay the sold- 'ith the general sales tax, the legislation, was Pres- ig's advice today to con. airman Forduey of the house and means committee and Chair- M...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…OF THE URIIVXRtIT° ULAN pt Mon" y dudrlwt the Ysltiev. if Student blict1oss. mornd i Ind on MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mAsociated Press a xcivelj titd to the a for" as i all news dp.iatch Aere to'i t :iss.t otk*?vaa ithin papas and tbe local news pablisb'pi therelA., d at the post~ce at Ann Arbor, Miian. as saccad ng, Maynard Scraet. , 2414, ) words, if signed, the .ig. rint but as an evidence of ablis~ed in The Daily at the mai d to Th...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…ouwer, Noted Dutch Geologist, Is Taking Hobb's Place This Semester n25 5CASOtt PLAY IL -- ff rmeritorious issues of Stock E. G. HILDNER National Bank Bldg. Ph ks anid Boi BOARI Quality ,anA Satisfaction REDUCED PRI EFFECTIVE AT ON 3 2 PER WEEK Meals ... Meals . . . . . . hone 1503 1 Prof. H. A. Brouwer, of the Univer- sity of Delft, Holland, is now filling IlilIIllil the place of Professor Hobbs of the geology department, who is teachi...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…TODAY AND SATURDAY, Spirits!! , e Nay! Nay! Back up Fellows --- This Is No Liquid But --- NA stry of crooks who sold Messages from the Dead until someone cut the wires t as a Spokesman for Spooks You can't beat TELLS O OR ONIE BY ARMS CNEEC TALAMON SAYS PARLEY CREATED GREATER FEELING OF FRIENDLINESS Prof. Rene Talamon has once more resumed his duties in the French de- partment after three months' service as an interpreter at the Conference o...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…_° - :p "Z 77 I _wq-q v .. "i , S ~, LA .L -- -,-..-.--...-...--. ES TWO HARD GAMES END---BDRINAA Two Teams .Which dy Defeated em ?P WILL BE N LAST CONTEST tomorrow night Coach his basketball proteges test part of their Confer- le. Starting against the play five games in eight which are with Big Ten plays here on Saturday followed on Monday by xt Wednesday the Wol- for Lansing, where they ;ies on that night. Coming ve two days of...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…A FLL PRIMED ORRO9W AFTERNOON. Limbering tip Of Unused Muscles Is Still Chief Work Of JBaseball Men IbUV IU11 Team Comes for Dual Farrell's Ten in PAIN SIMMONS AND VAN I ORDEN WILL NOT COMPETE" rything points towards a grand igan victory tomorrow afternoon Steve Farrell's tracksters are uled to mix matters with the" go Maroons at Waterman gy na- in the first Wolverine track meet e season. Maroons Look Weak the past Coach Stagg's track pro- ...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

…ilc DAILY ., ruscniria BE IN MAR, I 'Uii PAPERS FOR NORTHERN LEAGUE CONTEST LIMITED TO 1,860 WORDS Manuscripts for the Northern League Oratorical contest should be handed in by March 1, according to Prof. Ray K. Immel, of the oratory de- partment. These manuscripts must be limited to 1,850 words and may be on any subject of general interest. Shortly after March 1 preliminary class contests will be held until one representative from the s...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .i HIM N TRADE SC, A TO ME COURSE :IN BIBLE STUDY SOON .; WILL OPEN WITH BANQUET PRESBYTERIN CHURCH FEBRUARY ,21 in the morning, and making the re- turn trip from Ann Arbor at noon. ADRIAN-ANN. ARBOR BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. 10, 1922 Read Down Central Standard Time A.M. P.M. P.M. A&PM Daily Daily' Daily Daily 7:30 :30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar 7.00 12:45 8:o052. 5 ... Tecunseh .... 6:25 I2:10 8:25 22:25 .......Clinton .......…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

…[N THE~ATERS ADVISORY BOARI WILL GIVE PI IrvI I. hack To The Play At League Party JA ai6aa1 L.PtL I A.A.U. SOCIAL MEETING TODAY . PLAN girls wishing to borrow money ;he University loan funds for should see Dean Myra B. Jor- Classes in rifle shooting will begin this week. The periods are: From 1:30' to 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoons, and 'from 7 to 9 o'clock Wednesday evenings., All girls who signed up for' practice should report a...…

February 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 97) • Page Image 10

…DULLETIN !urton Assur Homeo Stud Of Square 'eS LOCK CLUBS TO S111 e~^, iSCGOUT 'REIU' TONIGHTl DAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 Number 97 "Vat I. all students who have changed their address since the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, Univer- hange of Address card. J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students. t Organizations: Presidents of the'various student organizations is' them about Jan. 16th asking that the office of the plied with membership lists...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…i!3au tl II SEE THAI HOCKEY GA TONIGHT VOL, XXXIII. N . 9 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE Goes To Sweden nnIn WOLVERINESGLOSE AsjNext United FRICTION SHOWS FAST HOCKEYTILTStates Minister RRI iniy TOMINNESOTAS-.. IRUAVLE Chicago To Have Damp Candidate For Mayor's Job FRENCH INFANTRY, GUNNERS OCCUPY CITY HALL MACHINE ESSEN HOMF TV AM DRAWS 1ST ARREST SEVERAL FOR BLOCD; POND BRILLIANT...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

…punFRENCH FLYINVG ACE THRILLS PARIS ORL H199U News From The Other Colleges 'MATINEE E IAT UND )N T.1 TRAL& MENO Y- ' LANDGI -N CROWDED STREET Prof. VWillia:n: 'H-. Hobb. o th7e geology d(epa rtm~entill!eadat- per alt the col)ven!iO n oi, P=an-1 ac;1ib scientists to l)e held l i.: 'l;) i1i'f andSyne, Astala.Aug;. 13to Sept. 4 this ta ll, harving acceptled an' invitation extend(ed to him b. - the of- f eery of the Australian National ...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAQL 7 PAG~ . COMMITTEES FOR JUNIOR RP E ANPNOU lily, which i to he given NMarch 21.1 i'eliea;:r>Is1for t ho pjroduvt ioll 11.1V, hegan11. xTho mus1ic co((1111:11Il'e'con- ~iust:; O.' II l i ll 1 iN Ia , chairmni lioc:e; lyric,': 1)oroth" Jeffrey, cha irn. m111n, iLorraine ri1.ce, i Tel en Loeew, Dorothly l(wopp' Irene S wain and _A1 i1Sheldlon; aclvertisi:11 M 1ia Willis, chlairnian, IElirabe1th , (irsoll o±l tiW ...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…THE1 MICIIAN .DAILY SA r Y ; s ather a bizarre arnd in:i ii 11 to solve one of the mos5t mrnei o -problems which is now confro,,1 i I OFFI~I LNWPPR0V 't RE the newspapers and indirectly th- INIVERS6iTY 1O MWII WAY publc." Not considering for the To- P~i~e~e4-y nohigexep ,nday mel~tthe difficulty of any on Eoar i dugtii. bdzrsin7. aic, yte 4 rd i or group of boards to superv,,e ermnr<t- inal news in papers throug-'o t. the Meibo o ~ese~Cooein...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN - ' PAGE~ .;. / : ' il '" 1 ' (A j;\ r L L - __ - - THE 'HOME 0 PURE FOODS - AT LAST - You Can Do Butt r At !_e bIesI DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONES 326,-327-328 114-116 E WASH-INGTION ~s ~~Q±; ytP ClLS That all Tests Prove 1(90% Pure F'or, the Lenten Season e.-I drC Kl c1 d I-. .., r: t P *A I-et ,. ..... .. . a .,. .i CANNFP r"" SNITi N Our System of Purifying Milk by Electric~ty Com-pleteI>, Destroys Every T...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

…TfliE MICHIGAN DAILY .1 ATLRD)AY, :ESl' IRC hY I k' x;t .... .. _ : '" * . "'" ' "" ' ,, t ' ,.. .n r"I4. BITY SWMESMEET INgIANAg HERE TOIHT IN BIG TENOPENERl' (Cuntkinued from Page One) 3 Moore, s t are Hoosier distance! immer, who is credited with a 'vie- v -over Benn(tt of 'WN,6oflit, ig. t1 distance ch1amnpion, will not find 220' yard event 'A walkaway, for { i;; opposed by i ubbam'd, 4state chxain- n andilloldevr of te _Be...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGA N JDAfLY .... ....w.. I campus boxing circles, hav ehee- OAOII SULLVAN and are slated to iincover a fasta maI edfrG o nds at150 poundsC PLANS RING SHOW SNavybxr nan :n exa^ lf ne ofthe former I1 Arrallge Seven l~outs Bestween mototai"ni,, onlly,(wlC ope th pose "l lnl in a<m< -lJat155pons Leading Student Puglikty For ILittle ::l knotvn tat i'?t' l 1V b ~tt Early In 1March 1Elieis i certif e 1rO(1li(t tof the ao -----ol Uft in, ,...…

February 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 98) • Page Image 8

…E MICHIGAN V 64. . I. ......... DAILY Publication in the University. Volume 3 Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of py received until 3:30 D. m. (11 ('0 a. m Saturday 3 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1923 Number 98 Resigns Position On Board Su nectionwith orders in which the writ- an additional two tons to the regular 1ISYAVIL Ing is Illegible or In connection with parcel post and is no doubt due to :I verbal orders. desire on ...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

… -E WEATHER T SNOW AND WARM- ER TODAY A6F Ar 414t r t n ~ailtl Section One R L. XXXIV. No. 99 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, FIV r ATKINS TO LEAD' UNIVERSITY AT SERVICES TODAY "EVERLASTING REALITY OF RE- LIGION" IS TOPIC OF SPEAKER C OLTON ADDITIONAL SPEAKER ON PROGRAM The Week's News In Brief The following column is a sum- mary of the news of the world during the past week....…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICIG GAN, SUNDAY, FE1'BRUARY 17 1924 Ui crs.ties from the Twelfth Century Threelece-intt19235 0n the Co-IJ, F. KIRKPATRICK 1 oiding theme entirely. Some sought ver' Lictitre l'oundtiton t Browni to discover fronm the professor, "or lnce-iconte t tc f"Ier s5; i ofichiuars some one in his confidence, on what ook he woldi e exanineu" Fail- 11, SE 1'itN I'E ISITl S,' hove he ell' atr ter owni. and not lee mcthoi(of inos...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Si APPLICATIONS TO DITIBTDSOON; Plays Tomorrow Application for tickets to the Soph- nore Prom, which will be held March in the ball room of the Union, are be given out this week in the lob- r of the Union according to William oleman, '26E, general chairman of fe committee in charge of arrange- ents. The price of the tickets is fix- I at $550. In connection with giving out appli- ations, a class dues day will be held hen...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SOl IDAY, FEBiRUARV '1-, 1924 ROB ERT BARTR ON HENDERSON NH 17: Xf:III) 1 1" II:;1. I I [his c oi ttfl''t is' ne 't h Intad e: fle usual c°artar hr I byth I-New York couttts for playing in kIton it.n ' The tatte 3i 1re amsa' "Isolots Asi hr's remarkable, if dirty, ibrooghool the entire n. rcr"e- lro'eos'. The Gt tiof \t'o~ealice. ceating sorces(sflly bfly .. f dd-ttmv ( 'A ~d takes the part of the eif propertli...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…X 17, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY -Cs ' 37 \-5L ms' 9a ha1 WILLLAUNCH MkMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN, ASSOCIATION SEEKS TO INCREASE WO)FEN'S INTEREST IN ATHLETICS "Every Michigan woman a mem- ber" will be the slogan launched on the campus tomorrow by the Women's Athletic association when they will open their membership drive which speaking or literary activities, espe- I cially freshmen, are urged to try out. W CA. INS 111 The tryout will consist of a...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 3

…SINtIAY, FERCRARY 17. 191 ANCIENT DIVERSITIES tContued from tag one institutions themselves art, as the as in the twentieth century, whiLt the author remarks, the forerunners of the present day institutions. .They are the rock whence we were hewn, the pit whence we were digged. The fundamental organization is tht same, the historic continuity is unbroken. They created the university tradition, of the modern world, that common THE MICHIGAN DAI...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY E1g4 s1a111111 i a d 1 ll 1M 1i ''n 1 m m a o i u o d m o m a m a m n . I i-o e-- 1- 11 StNDA V, FEBRUAR" - .. . ed and each country apportioned a student enrollment at the University. share in this world-wide relief and ap- In these days when theoretical peace peal is now made directly to the col-!plans fill the air, a practical means FICLAL NEWSPAPER 0F THE Lges and universities of the coun- presentsitself whereby men...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 4

…flQM Fouat THE MICHIGAN DAIL r SUNDAY, FEBRUiARY 17, 1924 09 1 rian1 ORLANDO BUEDE said. Anld as forhis 11 lotie is tll T( cne11llt 1st erSelin~i or i eoher aleonetha.i. ?z'51 ci ty and sonlidiiess I lie oiche11r11 tis of 1th e Sinni-io sympllionios tire, bliea'riy all conducsiors,1 well nigh radlically altered. Air. Stock's cntire' re orchlestration oif 1110 Ihirdl Symphiony is ill itself 1a malsterplliece. ' ::i l r'o til', l ix..j 1 1...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 5

…EBRITARY 17, 1924 _____THE-I MICHIGAN DAILY _ C-H IG ILY r p t > i TO RMFOMM BE ...";t. ..-6Y,15' Mi.TH'.W'E ONLY MORNING NEWSPAPER IN ANN ARBOR For the convenience and enlightenment of our friends, The Michigan Daily is publishing a statement of circulation and map showing distribution in Ann Arbor. A careful analysis of these facts wvili indicate how thoroughly The Daily reaches the Ann Arbor Market.' DISTRIBUTION OF ANN ABOR...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 5

…¢ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PGF,, FTVTl ''Ifhe Obserover 's 1 1,11 oggte> 1 9 it or- A vannssleo hr Uhe 't 0011 1n l-;enumber 01f51taniped11and1self-1of Success(tlesholsv'ie11 u(- 111101111ta ae se y e, i.Usngupe ese 1ndil 11911,- 1001'1ed, 1have01convinced l hull of 1B1S1I1ESS09OILIf'ITINC, A PR ACTI- onle tin~g ; that thebles0110of01wit- (AL, C(VI' )3101 AUTHORIS ((eo. it11t isino 1map1. lie r eachtod(Ihis eo0011-1. 1)...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FE ' /-, unu " rra ..t IIIi Vl- Tip-Off Man For fl D hAY TN HOLD 1IGHI6AN TO MEET POWERFUL INDIANA FVE TOMORROW NIGHT iosIer Quinette Has Won Last Five Conies°, - Eave Beaten t s i teTrack Managers Wanted I Irish ULY NE INEP WLL All sophomores wishing to OLVERNE LINEUP WILL Itryout for assistant track man- PROflABLY BE UNCHANGED; agerships are asked to re- -I port after 3 o'clock any after- With the Purdue...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 6

…r tTHE MICHIGAN DAILY suNDAY, FERUlARl;Y 17, 1924 rost c orft Shaw's "Saint Joan," ask a dozen intelligentsia, every one W r te s the most maddening. but "'The Mir- of them will tell you the same tale tS earl" i the niost sturendous and of "Sons and Lovers' and then add gorgeous. a string about sex, sensuality, and de- ADVERTISEMENT- cadence about literature. That's Law- It seems that the Players are going rence's penalty for being Lawrence. n...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I I COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 PM. ADVERTISING THE FOLLOWING BOXES have re- plies for them at the Daily Office. M. C., A. T. G., H. B. R., W. C. G., R. H., A. W., E. G., K. B., K., C. K.,' F. J. D. Jimmie The Ad Taker, 960. FOR RE T PLEASANT SINGLE or double room. Reasonable. 204 N. Ingalls St. 20- 44-R. MODERN NINE ROOM house newly decorated. Good location, just offI E. University. Phone 3290. TYPEWRITERS, portable and "stand...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 7

…SUNDIAY. FERUiARIY 17, 1924 THE MI1CHIGAN DAILY no roncern for boudies nmceting in his that T.s.'hroug'h them ne 15 cutstomtary aureate atmospheric hatos. snnieales his love for places, forft So far as the is concernedt itt"'Kan- garoo" these mighr notrtie a singlepatfchi"nardlrsng'ti hsdy in Aostralia---and so far as more' o'cnv and for lone isef. li than one of his readers still he ron-' like Mtichael Angels an tc rartlir crrned, there oi...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…. . . .w ....,.M......,w .. ~ ..... AlLY OFFICIAL LBULLETIN.' Ilcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of University. Copy received b the~ Assistant tc the 'eoeret until 0P. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturilax.' ICast for "Captain Applejack": The cast for "Captain Applejack",C m1 at Dewberry Hall, Monday, Febru Players Club: On Wednesday February 20th, Pla3 Three-Act Comedy, THlE DOVER ROX 8:15. f ~i ine 4 SUN DAY, FEBRUARY 1...…

February 17, 1924 • Page Image 8

…PALA. EIGWM THE N41CI lI GAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 PALa EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY UNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 i, _,_. . I 1LSir SiisF IONS " a Ys. ". w'I e 3 a.4 :1 wJ b ,fa Jjt Jf / "+s3 F \ f f 1 Y n jab Y ! " r L A Leading Lights in Spring ACCESSORIES N EW accessories are blossoming out every- where, more clever each day. Scarves and 'Kerchiefs for boyish suits are as likeable as the big, silver buckles on the quaint Quaker p...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 9

…Section AIV -M I m A6a att Section Two Two VOL. XXXIV. No. 99 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 PRICE, FIVE CEN s ALUMNI. CATALUUE PUBLISHED LISTS MO'RE THAN 6091000 H. L. SENSEMANN DIRECTS NEW ISSUE OF DECI-ANNUAL PUBLICATION ONE THIRD GRADUATES SERVED IN WORLD WAR 36,600 Students Hae Been Grad eated Since 1837; 4,O00 Degrees Conferred More than 1,300 copies of the Alum- ni catalogue, issued by the University every ...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRU. IICHIGAN'S VOL UNTEERS RUSSIN RELIEF WORKER TO ADDRESSYOLUNTEERS E. T. Colton of New York City, who is now engaged in Russian relief work and plans to sail for Russia im- to take the place of Prentice Ford, '25, who is leaving school, will pre- side at the meeting. S. C. A. News campus who plan to enter the minis- try it was ascertained that there are 13. These men are also members of the Monteith club,...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

…1 71 . . ................... .......... ST S mrqm. NS SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG AN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 0 . , _ .. ,a ... . _. _ . _ __ i.-.. Leading Lights in Spring ACCESSORIES NT EW accessories are blossoming out every- .where, more clever each day. Scarves and 'Kerchiefs for boyish suits are as likeable as the big, silver buckles on the quaint Quaker pumps that -are vogue for Spring. Gloves, hose, and bags are to be...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY TWO SUNDAY, UARY 17, 1924 .Y, FEBRUARY 17, ll w^wM Instead of the usual curtain the by the New York courts for playing in. skeleton of the cathedral remains Sholom Asche's remarkable, if dirty, throughout the entire action. repre- tragedy, "The God- of Vengeance." scuting successfully by means of add- Schuyler Ladd takes the part of the ed properties a church, a forest, a Prince, while Lionel B...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 13

…PAr. i1, THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17,, 192 SUNDAE', FEBRUARY 17, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY BOOkS A READABLE FIRST NOVEL WIFE OF THE CENTAUR. Hume. George 'H. Doran 1923. A. first novel is all well e its author-by a happy accid published and there's timee worry when the second one process of making. But fo viewer a first novel is Witter -young first novel (like thi almost certain to be bad; a it's not utter rot, there must thin...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 14

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY silly, and his sad places do not give would probably have displayed them- RQBERT BRIDGES ne the impression that all hope is selves had he chosen a better piece. (Continued from Page One) II ~ ~ fl~ lest nor that what heSas to us at; says It said in the notes on the program uninteresting stuff. But is is not so. the time is the last word ever to be said. And as for his melodies, where that the Sy...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 15

… THE, MICHIGAN DAILY n. -H MCHGAD.L TO WAG MONTH'S FIGHT ON CANCER Dr. N. F. Miller Picked Vice Chairman Of State Branch in Nation Wide Campaign FEB. 1 TO MARCH 15 SET FOR BATTLE ON DISEA SE Plans for what is expected to be one of the most effective and one of the largest public improvement cam- paigns ever carried out were an- nounced recently by Dr. N. F. Miller, who has been appointed vice-chairman of the Michigan branch of the nation- ...…

February 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 99) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, 'EBRUTARY 17, ay In The Cure 'hs . -- Bari -r more Sayvs "Hamlet" .Rotten -1, First Methodist Chorch { cused by Herbert H1. Schefer at the Can 'Folks Follow Jesus?" is the 6 :30 o'clock discussion hour. There ject .to be discussed by the pastor will be no evening service. the First Methodist church this lltlehni Evangeica]('hurh truing at the 10:30 o'clock service. Sunday School and ible classes naoon the fiv...…

February 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…DEDICATED TO JUSTICE t ia :4axi MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXXV. No. 100 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1925 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENT= ..............._. . BUCKEYE QUINTET, SWAMPS MICHIGAN 1IN UNEVEN MATCH WOLVERINES UNABLE TO BREAK THROUGH 01110 STATE'S DEFENSE SCORE 32 TO 13 Defeat Puts Varsity Out of Conference Title Race and Places Ohio Among Leaders Columbus, O., Feb. 16, (By A. P.)- Ohio Sta...…

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…PAGE TWO THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY 24 SHotelman, Coach GRADES OF ALL-A Liteary College Records Indicate Sophomores Lead With Seniors Last SHOW SLIGHT DECREASI' Marking a decrease of four student( from the total last February, a list is sued by the Registrar's office yester- day shows that 24 students in the Lit- } erary college achieved all-A scholar- ship records for the past semester. This decline, however, is offset by the, fact that three st...…

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