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May 17, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…Ille 1 c l igan D ai iy VOL. XX. SUNSHINE IS WHAT slm t1111t TRACK TEAM NEEDS 11sl< >,1 Old Men Slump and New Run-:bl rt st lc)-.Idr~sners. Show Hopeful Signs tIir~r. in Meet at Syracuse '- '" " th ci N N v't~I3. M,1 ICHIGAN, TtIttIt)AY, MAY 1,AMO he em] i ~'l IS FRIDAY THIS YEAR \tocccoco.Prominent Speakers areChosen to Entertain Ann Arbor at "' ' Big Bonfire l'(' Nl(:Rl ,R A ):I1 _',[r. W iim l>I '(i ,st i mm S it n - \vc I illltacllcu ...…

May 17, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…Our Spring Specials COL ORINS---Theet FABRICS--Depenid abe REISULTS-Pleaing ad Iaiaeiaui. - IN- Suitings, Vesings Trowserings Naa' Ready foeIiour Examiaio G. . Wild Colpally TAI.,RS5 311,"5. STATE STREET BUTTiON TOLE 11 ll'-}IS SE BUM MI01 ES!LY Aie S!T PP.r;7c i MADO LAME.,', RCSI'PIK Soldin Ae Abo by WACNER & CO. Stae $Srate A.(.SPALDING & BROS. a1-xd-M4.ek oftOFFIIALE QUIP MINT,ictlthlti S.t ~ prts ad pstime.. Qecli y ca 1nt11101. +kr isit ...…

May 17, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…This Space 10Reserved FOR Sam Burclhfield. ..C 's " Ann Arbor's Leading TAILORS 106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House J. L. CHAPMAN, sJewelex ALARM CLOCKS 79c ALARM CLOCKS $1.00 ALARM CLOCKS $1.50 ALARM CLOCKS $1.75 Fully Gutrtatee Watch R~podo.1rig Speciatt0 THE FARIMERS AND MECHIANICS BANK MAIN AND HiURON STREETS Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,001 General Banktng Nusiness. 3 per cent palc on Tian and Savings Dieposits. Saety lie posit ...…

May 17, 1910 (vol. 20, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…A'rrule 1in B _uying cloth es When von'ie buy ing clothes spend all you can afford batt be s H 1/( qe rfltoi l/OUat ticto(1/', 5ril. ThIN-BL O0CH SMART CLOTHES represent the biggest valnes to b~e had in clothes- domo. Yooi can find here a S'rsiN-BLiOC] Isuit at the price yon can afford to pay-it will he the utnmost in fine tailoring, fine fit and material to he hadfi that particular amount of money. We court comparisons. LillensehflitApfel &1C...…

May 17, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Vol. xxi. ANT ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WVEDNESDAY, MAY T7, 1911. No . VARSTY S ATI D TO DEFENSE DE MARCHER °SUR LE GAZON MEET OBERlIN NINE HTOUSE M AY' INVESTIGATE WORK OF DE AN WORCESTER. Last Game Before Eastern Trip. The work of DeanaC. Worcester, 89j, Will Be Played on Ferry as coin inissioner of the Philippine Isl- ands, will undergo a special inquiry, if Field Today the resolution presented yesterday in* the 1House of Represent...…

May 17, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…H . Wt. fLI E- 5 ,l {A , Opening disply of. Fr ~fITSa * OVEROAT, an NewvsIEuitor..,..,. Assistanit..... . .... Atletic Editor, , 41. Asistlast . . . . . . . Mutiic andiidt.r,: Ei xiges aisitt i A, J.Wolilgsostl tian Pi enneill 1 1V.'sis T( ri A \Vnttit <i c C'tll i I Si A l Y sot1 (.'IT.1 \ (IS C1] E 1', 1 bitt it lb I I fc f) i 11i I -11 s lit 1111lc Ilt. 1( he e l ltics hIllse Ed tl°. ts 4 ilr Ite is itha tsv ;"- O il t it, p rec 1...…

May 17, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

….;. -_ .. . _ .: i Y1 i YL M Et GAN btA~TS. This Space Reserved FOR Sam Burchifid. ,. & Co. . Ann Arbor's Leading TAILORS 106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House J. L. CHAPMAN Jeweler Atarmn Clocks 79e Alarm Clocks $1.00 Alarm Clocks $1.50 Alarm Clocks $1.75 si -_a tlty firrantec Watseh_.R".atrng .w__Sssniatty~r The Ann Arbor Savings Bask Capital Stock 0300,000 Surplus 050,000 Rlesources $2,800,00 A Genra lBanking. sne..ss Transacted Ulricialo Chas...…

May 17, 1911 (vol. 21, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…Tftg *tffLHI(MN DAILnI IDEAL OXFORD Made to our specifications over this popular last and equal w in style and detail to our $6.00 rist C',d 't and $7.00 shoes. $4001ad $500 WAGNER & CO. State Street Sign of the big white shoe ica~ ad owns for any Degree I'atdto take orders for gaps and Gowns ji s ~ -' -Dors eos" Master's or lBachelor's. t' E tea loss c 0outall and get prices of the ethi( r for i'osal or for purchase. MACK & COO 'iecai Floo...…

May 17, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…vhichigan DI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. * * * elow : epot. * r. * Tells,* food,* Pm ll. * FRESH AND SOPHS BATTLE TODAY ACROSS ICY HURON - Underclasses Will Try To Pull Each Other. Into Water in Opening of a: * ,: * Tug-i Of-i For the coi 1. Heavy- Count two1 one point. 2. Banks to pull to b coin htwee * Spring Contests . * * : the hee 4. On: rope are 5. Coi SECOND YEAR MEN HAVE ADVANTAGE n With the weather man prom...…

May 17, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…MICHIGAN 1 DAILY Street - ' I ' order your 6 CARDS IfIITED 11 100 Cards "25 have the CARDS" ehan's BOOKSTORE! ewritcrs Sale or Rent EEWRITING THE MICHIGAN DAILY Official Newspaper atathe University of Michian. Published every morning except Mon- day throughout the school year. Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar- bor, Michigan, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1879. - MANAGING EDITOR. Walter . Towers. BUSINESS MANAGER Albert X...…

May 17, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…L.IAN DA~ILYa ..o .. BAD WEATHER FAILS TO STOP VISITORS TO EXHIBIT The spring exhibit of the Ann Arbor Art Association, which is being held in Memorial Hall, is drawing fair sized crowds. The inclement weather of the last few days has cut down the attendance considerably. The exhib- it will be open today from 9 to 12 in the morning, 1 to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 10 in the evenirg. The exhibit will, close Saturday af- ternoon. MANY AP...…

May 17, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…IGANL L Y 0 -the neck-and-neck favorite for now or Lny time. I host c$ocalers -° Li0 rS~E ON6'C.IAE? B I European MIA Ar Fcr Sale in Ann Arbor By Wagner e Cormpany And stival Goers are Inconvenienced by Lack of Room to Accommo- date Vehicles. Some of the people who attended e initial May Festival concert on ednesday evening in carriages had nsiderable difficulty in locating eir respective vehicles at the close the evening's en...…

May 17, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…Ie higan Daily ONLY MORNING PAPER IN ANN ARBOIR I I 3a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913. PRICE FIVE CENTS - , REL.YS Ai PISIBAILL. -- A N .0 WO RK LLAX OF FESTIVAL IS REACH- E11 IN WONDERFUL SINGING AT EVENING CONCERT. bhb1manl-einek and School Children Divide honors at Afternoon Performance. The climax of the- May festival was ached last evening in the magnificent nging of Signor Pasquale Amato. >ssessed of a voi...…

May 17, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Spring Woolens Largest Assortmtrent in the City Ready for Your Inspection, WILD CO., 31.1 S. State StreetI tTovniis Rackets agents for the H. C. Lu Slotked Tlirotb'1enI' ackets-, We Ll new model:; worth looking at be;fore making l-youlr purchase. DitsonChampiionship, A, cr Ctc 1,l 1atcd Pl3, ,,Cc( (dr'ch Ball haampt)onship [Thdls. AllI1'00(1 guara nteedl. .;d*RBookstorae 1,O II A:5 with no( STITC I{ T11 :ES Uor e spo...…

May 17, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…TIRE MICHfIGAN DAILY. ADS TN TIUS COLUMN ARE TO BE ! RIANGLES INITIATE TEN SOPHS. 1well as Style Juio 1111'Engifneer lHonorary illinluets It I'Union. SocietyI Eu Y . Gilmore Shoe Co, 1 19 S. Main. We carry AA to E in Men' s and, Women's, Triangles, the honorary junior en- gineering society, chose ten sopho- mores for membership at the annual spring election held last night. The initiates were: E. J. Deprie, G. IT. Sis- ler, A. T. Ri...…

May 17, 1913 (vol. 23, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY + _ Now is the Season for cite Serge and Flannel TROUSE We have a. the paterns shown by most woolcn hotises. It will B to your advantage to s e tLm. T hty aie piiccd right, and when Malcolm makcs 3ou a tiouoer, tLe fit and style is assured. We are sicvtiig a fine Summer B'ne Serge at twenty-thlee dollars-- fcr ibe hot d4ys. E p in and gee the line.. J. Karl Malcolm, Liberty St. Malcolm Block 1 I" I A The perfe...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XXIV, No. 162. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNNDAY, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS VARSITY WIPE FARMER SLATE, PARTLY CLEAN Michigan Shuts Out Aggie Nine and Pounds Dodge, Former Victor, For Eleven Hits and Six Runs FERGUS# (ETS OUT OF TWO HOLES AND SMOTHERS RALLY Lundgren's Men Work Double Squeeze in Ninth, When Five Hits Net Four Runs Revenge is sweet! The Wolverine, tracked to his lair and soundly beaten by the Farmers l...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

….THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ;e Now On Display ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND COLORINGS FOR I SP RING 1914 The Largest Line of Woolens in the olty to seoot from, 1 I I I SENIORS Order Your Visiting Cards Now Plate"and 100 Cards Script $1.50 Plate and 100 Cards old English $2.75 Plate and 100 Cards shaded old English $3.00 The above are the three most popular styles. Place your order now at STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE THE MICHIGAN DAILY Official newspaper...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ossip, in Theatrical Circ e Count, but Maria goes to Plon's lodg- ings and secures the diamonds before his death. When Bulford and a young detective, Dick Brummage, arrive, they*find only a package of old let- ters, which Bulford takes home. Upon perusing them he discovers evidence of his wife's relations with the dead thief and suffers an apoplectic stroke while denouncing her. Maria gives him a glass of poisoned w...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ESTABLISHED 1818 rlittrt'falt b BROADWAY CoR.TWENTY-SECOND 3' N.W YORK~. Our representative, Mr. Walker, willI.be at The Ponchartrain, Detroit, Monday and Tuesday with Flannels for Town and Country Summer Furnishings Straw and Panama Hats Russia Calf and Buckskin Shoes Travelling Kits BOSoN BRANcH; 149 Tremont Street NEWPORT BRANCH: 220 Bellevue Avenue Your Summer Vacation can mean profit as well as pleasure to you Th...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…THIS UIOBIUAN DAILY I i Duck and Flannel Trousers, Tennis and Golf Shirts 1, Here's a - Tariff Tip EVERYTHING THAT IS, NEW Is shown here ready for your choosing Fine English and Scotch Woolens will be found this Spring, for the first time, in the medium as well as higher priced Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes. The new Tariff makes this possible. Closeness to the foreign markets makes the Stein-Bloch showing most compre- hensive. Why not take...…

May 17, 1914 (vol. 24, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…THU KICHiGaN DAILY. NJ JUST ARRIVED I LYNDONAS FILMS, Amateur finishing 719 N. University Ave. FRESHMAN i LET THE Latest Styles in Press Your Clothes REGAL SHOES and OXFORDS I U- NOBBIEST LASTS. NEWEST SHADES. GRUNER & CO. 1I8 S. MAIN STREET ANN ARBOR Spring Hats FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, ATI DANA RICHARDSON 115 East Liberty Ofinteresttoyou For the convenience of those discrim- uatingfolks whoappreciate and desire our SHigh Quali...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…TJ'E DAILY 0c NEWS OF THE WORLD AND THE CAMPUS .rirrfr rw irrir ir rw : w Phones:-Editorial 2414 Business 960 TELEGRIAPH SERVICE BY ' NEW YORK SUN - --~--~----- - - _______________________________ VOL. XXVI. No. 159. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1916. PRICE FIVE -- -----M TO GET STUDENT S VIES ON FERRY FIELD _QUESTION WILL POST PETITION BLANKS yT VARIOUS PLACES NEAR CAMPUS TO BE PRESENTED TO REGENTS Letters from Various S...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN'DAILY I r our Ease of Mind Self-possession and personal effici- icy depends largely upon the clothes you wear. we are your tailors you will always have that eling that comes with Clothes of Character G. H. WILD COMPANY EADING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE ST. U ~eni Racet We are the Agents for the SLOTTED THROAT RACKETS Rackets Restrung in Three Days SHE E H STUDENTS BOOKSTORE ICaGAN DAi Official newsaper at the Univerity of ...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… ~ / .: =- " /f ;JIB --- ALL J I I 7 r tl I i ..-- I IIll 6 II I. I--: *1 I - I; L of Straw Hats and Panamas for Straw Hat Day Straw Hats Shaped to Fit the Head. Panamas Made-to- Order as You Want Them Factory Hat Store 118 E, Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel 'I "CLASS" and the Racket That's our "AUTOGRAPH" Ten Dollars We've put into it the best we know in racket making. That's wherein comes the "Class" -that bit of slan...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . AY FESTIVAL GUESTS Eat at Oren s Cateteria E. William St. * * * * * * * * * * * * *1 * AT THE THEATERS * * TODAY *1 * Majestic - Virginia Pearson * * and Joseph ilgour In "Thou * * Art the Man." * * - * * Arcade-Edwin August in "So- *I * cial Highwaymen." * * Orpheum--Willard Mack in * * "Aloha Oe." * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Garrick-Detroit The play selected by Mr. Glaser for the second week of his engagement...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…~ = a - - - - I W Within the last week many rare per- sonal and household articles, belong- ing to the late President-Emeritus J. B. Angell, have been given to various campus societies by his children. The Womens' League has received the cabinet grand piano which belonged to Mrs. Angell, and which for many years has stood in the Angell house. An immense old French beveled glass mirror, two elaborate Chinese screens, and a rare old Chinese vas...…

May 17, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 i I1 h! 11 E _i GO TO LYNDON For FRESH Eastman Films GUARANTEED Film Developing Best VELOX Prints 1 DELTA CAFE I Ann Arbor Distributor of Kodaks All the Latest Models For Growit-ups and Growing-ups. Just Received Large Shipment of this Celebrated Brand of Summer Footwear Coolest, Lightest, most durable of Hot Weather Shoes. Indestructible Chrome Soles, Wedge Heels. 719 N. University "At the Sign of t...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…WEATHEF AND WARMER TODAY '(L- , w 11kiAan tttt UNITED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SEBICE r.,._,_._.... VOL. XXVII. No. 161. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1917. PRICE FIVE C3 "MICHI'GAN'SFIRST CORPS TO SERVE IN FRANCE CHOSEN AMBULANCE UNIT TO SAIL FROM NEW YORK ON JUNE 16 25 SIGNED UP FOR SIX MONTHS' SERVICE Campaign for Rest of $10,000 to Be Carried on This 'Week Michigan's first university unit to enter the American ambulance fi...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…Army Uniform Department, : take pleasure in announcing to our customers and friends the of a department for taking orders of S,.rvice Uniforms and ats for officers of the United States Army. r the present we are taking orders only for the field service gar- blouse and breeches of olive drab cloth or cotton khaki and over- olive drab cloth. In the near future we shall be in a position to . accessories such as caps, shirts, puttes, etc. ty our U...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…r. iurruiii LUFLL GLENNAND FROSH men by "Long John" Edmunds, but even Jawn grew discouraged. and re- lapsed into silence after a couple of glaring errors. TWO REGULAR CLASS GAMES UNDECIDED J-Lits Play Fresh Engineers and J-En- gineers Grapple with Fresh Lits ILLINOIS PRESIDENT OFFERS GOVERNMENT COACHING STAFF Champaign, Ill., May 16.-President James of the University of Illinois, has offered the war department the entire coaching staff of ...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…** * ** AT THE ARCADE I irLII i fIIIUULfIIUL TO MEET TONIGHT )MMITTE E COMPOSED OF FAC- ULTY MEN HAS CHARGE OF ORGANIZATION There will be a meeting at 8:30 :lock tonight at the Union for all en who have signified their inten- n of joining one of the ambulance its, which the government is organ- ng among the students. The faculty committee in charge of 3 formation of these units will meet half hour earlier at the same place. .e committee co...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

… M Now is the time for _____.oat. Trousers ==A Suit Vest Simple enough. And yet how rare a thing to get a suit that really "suits." Coat that fits and drapes- Trousers that hang clean and straight- Vest free from unsightly wrinkles. Only a few manufacturers can be relied upon to turn the trick every time. Stein Block and Michaels-Stern do Only a few dealers carry a large enough variety, of styles and models to furnish the right suit for ever...…

May 17, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

… IY SHOES 11 TAKE YO1UR For Drilling ulation Munson Army Last roved Government Inspection 1.~'~ ., (. ^.5 Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results that will not be a disappointment. L Y N D) 0 N9 S 719 N. University Ave SPECIAL SALE ON 1:' Established 1905, and IGrowing bigger and better every day. s . SLIGHTLY Our.-Price $6.50 Save you $1.00 fak-Over ...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…I 4kv AL 00, r lmq w Elm tlx ASSOCIATEI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT W SEIVICE TODAY No. 162. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. PRICE CST PLANS: TUOWAR TODAY LASSES SUSPENDED AFTER 3 O'CLOCK; LARGE CROWD EXPECTED ORTUNE ELECTED TO LEAD CLASS OF 1920 .phomores Still Lack Candidates for Obstacle Races and Cane Spree Three hundred members of the soph- nore class held a peppy meeting ,t night in the amphitheatre of the hysicls .building ...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…ICH 3AN DAILY ce will be inestimably to the University au- CARYATID niversity of ruing except ar. .nn Arbor as no . Sports AI' l :legraph Editor !ome's Editor ,iterary Editor ation Manager laingaaer Valter R. Atlas :ark K. Ehibert hilip Slomovitz 1 A. Shinkman Ebert C. Angell ancesC andibo amuel Lamport Cecelia Fohey arguerite Clark berta L. Berry n A. Scholnick 2illa A. Nelson L. A. Storrer Frank N. Gaethke LY 17, 1918. 'hilip Slomovi...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAiLY LVER ... . __.. . _._ _ ..... __ _ - t INES BATTING OVER .300 g I 0 MORROW Name. AB. Hits P.C. Scheidler...........1 1 1.000 Mraz ............32 12 .375 Knode............24 8 .333 Morrison...... ...15 5 .333 Ohlmacher.........28 8 .286 Cooper........33 8 .242 Genebach..........19 4 .222 Bowerman...........4 Gilmartin..........20 Garrett............31 Adams............37 Ruzicka ...........8 Saunders ...........3 La...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…ThE NICHIGAN DAILY Silver Box,' is anxious to secure) at Last looking indi- ,to take part a The Silver rtisement, publish- m Daily a few days r during the next effort to secure 25 he part of "seedy of a court room third act of "The Oratorical associa- presented May 24 people who have had previous exper- ience in acting seedy looking parts before they camne to the University. No matter how citified and intellec- tual the applicants may...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…. X 'W7 TS SENNETS PANAMAS LEGHORNS OKS $2.50 t $7.00 idhams & Co. reet - Two Stores - Main Street M'1T4 CLEANEDIT SUIT When we return your clothes dry eandwwnt yu to eaietm critically C hoy areV satisctory kindly do us a good turn with your friends. If by any chance they should not be enrely satis actory send us word an. weltl cllforr themand isakethe ! right. We g1arant' sat- _ isfaction, ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS LANE HALL TUR...…

May 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY YOU'RE NOT READY Do, Thrift FOR SUMMER Stamps you have ordered that light weight er suit. A summer suit made by Mal- .s a combination of style, comfort, and my. Style is possible for the reason that it is cut and made to your individual re. Comfort is there because the mat- of the sheerest fabric, and economy, be- a summer suit costs little in the begin- nd if hand tailored by Malcolm will ind always look well-We are showi...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER l PROBABLY FAIR TODAY 000, trigaut &flt4ilx ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ,. VOL. XXIX. No. 161. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. PRICE THREE C .,..... MAY FESTIVAL AUDIENCE CHARMED BICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA; MADAME HOMER SCORES BIG HIT TREMENDOUS APPLAUSE CALLS CONTRALTO BACK FOR SIX ENCORES SINGER SUPPORTED BY ORCHESTRAL NUMBERS THIS AFTERNOON'S PROGRAM WILL BE OPENED WITH "PASSACAGLIA" "FAUST" W...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, M _. ._ _ FFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN >lished every morning except Monday g the university yearby the Board in "ol o1 Student Publications. IBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled e use for republication of all news dis- es credited to it or not otherwise credited is paper and also the local news pub- herein. ered at thedpostoffice at Ann Arbor, gan, as second cl...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY .9fr9? --t 't Scholastic ?Ieet Plans Arranged Plans for the Nineteenth Annual In- terscholastic Track and Field meet set for May 24 have been issued by Manager David A. Forbes,'120. If preliminaries in any of the events are found to be necessary they will be The junior water dogs are Dinwid- die, Pacific coast champion, Robert- son, Mirriellees, Wilson, Drulard and Moses. The last swimming practice for those already ...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . ,; EXAMINE CH PICTURES University Officials To Inspect Accredited Schools Of Michigan iany visitors to the May Festival re already availed themselves of the ?ortunity of 'examining the collec- a of French war paintings that is on libition in Alumni Memorial hall. 'hese paintings are all the work of inch soldiers and were brought to s country by M. Ludovic Leblanc he French High Commission. Every is for sale and the pr...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…T1IE MICHIGAN DAIL I I I ii MAJESTIC MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday LAST TIMES TODAY BRYANT WASHBURN I I y I-'-I' AT THE THEATERS -TODAY - in - The Poor Boob A R C AD E- Shown at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30 Phones: - Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M Sat-17--Hale Hamilton in "That's Good" and Big-V Comedy, "Damsels and Dandies." Sun-Mon-i-8-19-Mabel Normand in "The Pest"; Katzenjammer Kids Car- toon and Bruce Scenic. Tues-Wed-20-2 1--...…

May 17, 1919 (vol. 29, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY HAT'S GOING ON I TODAY ):00-Michigan-Chicago tennis meet at Ferry field. ):00-flass games at Ferry field. :30-Tug-of-war near Wai street bridge. :30-Fifth May Festival concert in Hill auditorium. :00-MIchIgan-Chicago track meet at Ferry field. :15--Newark (N. J.) club :meets in Lane hall. :30- ovIes at Methodist church; Mary Pickford in "The Little Am- erican." :00-Sixth May Festival concert in Hill auditorium. TOMORRO...…

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