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May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…I SW oan 4,atg.. If i ..r... VAT R :. 158. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921. PRICE FIV o .. I , 11Tqh T OTORYI TWO DOUBLES MICHIGAN HITS IN , PITCHING JCKEY E HIT arsity Has Game Own Way From First Inning; no Scoring After Sixth (By T. W. Sargent, Jr.) Columbus, Ohio, May 16.-Sensa-- onal pitching by Dixon, combined ith heavy clubbing and perfect field- g, brought Michigan a 5 to 0 vic- ry over Ohio State' here to...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…during the Univer- Publications. D PRESS itled to the use for it or not otherwis lished therein. Michigan, as second iidingMaynard Strt. rial, 2414. d 300 words, if signed, the sig- in pi*t*but as an evidence of e published in The Daily at the - or mailed to The Daily office. eive no consideration. No mnan- ; writer incioses postage. ily endorse the sentiments ex- ill not be received after 8 o'clock ...GEORGE O. BROPHY JR. ...Chesser Mw CamT...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

… /S ." ... .. . . -a. .. , .. ... . : ° . U embers of both the Illi- igan track teams were .on for the meet last horoughly evinced by marks that were hung esting athletes. most outstanding fea- remarkable high jump- dom, even in an inter-j t, where 20 or more e, that three men are six feet or over. But ms are able to enterl t can jump this height le short of remarkable. t equal his highest leap, rprised critics by going a half higher ...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL\ 3eks ' lips WON~ ltd i r an xs : :+ ": s: spa File Watch0es ,Atte4tv te liornian's Thn o 2 45 Secondk AI _CCEP"TE, .RECOM AVILL I PASS THREE WORLI) TIMES Los Allgeles, Mayi 16.-Five watches, "frozen" at the7 fifth second mark,. Which deniotes the time](,made by youngI 'Zaragueta" To, Play In Oetromt Memb1ers of -the cast of "Zaragueta,"' the Spanish comedy which wvas pre- ,vented by the Sociedad Hisp~anica last Thu,,rsda...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…4 DAILY AL;4 AV4A%.ol IAA DAILY 'oach Farrell Believes California M4ORY OF SON~ In commemoration of the birthday >f his son, Richard N. Hall, who wa tilled in action in France in 1916, Di Louis P. Hall, df the Dental school vill give a garden party at 4:3( 'clock tomorrow afternoon, at his yes. dence, 1530 Hill street. All members of the'Richard N. Hal' ost of the Veterans of Foreign War. ire invited to attend in uniform, ant hose who wis...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…MICHI AL' .3' MICH AIL -galumnae editor, Carrie Fairchild, '21, ng, 'Pntngs and business manager, Helen Mac- rartha Cook A nnual Dougall, '21. A benefit dance was given ~May 6 for the purpose of rats- - iing funds toward the cost of the an- Swill b An aluinae section composedInual _ . z of Chic vaar :s o me as vill be an article' architecture, and rt Scranton, the nd designed thel also be a sketch' being planned by landscape artist ...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

…~DAIJ AT ION"l FOR IE TREAT TODAY ERS ers' as- the Un- abers of * repre- Guild of . This Jay and acert by go Sym- ay eve- ' Screen Majestic -Topics. "Moonshine," a Mermaid comedy with "Ham" Hamilton. Douglas McLean in "The Home Stretch." "The Famous Filipino Seven," and, Elliot Dexter in "The Witching Hour." Arcade - William S. Hart in "O'Malley of the Mounted," Mack Sennett comedy and Kiflo- grams. Wuerth - Mary Pickford in "Through th...…

May 17, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 158) • Page Image 8

…DAILY la&a , ".. .."" i FICIAL BULLETIN TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921. Number 158. bers of the University: bers of the University Facultiep and the Students are cordially o the Formal Opening of the Loan Exhibition of Recent Acquisi- the A. M. Todd Art/Collections in Alumni Memorial Hall from 8 o'clock; Tuesday Evening, May the seventeenth. M. L..BURTON, President. of the University: Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Pictur...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…I LY FAIR ' - Lw rtrnx rnt DAY ANDNI) GHTN SERlVICE No. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922 PRICE FIV ( t _______________.__._._. . _.....f .. W.-,..Sfl ,.... n. e . * w. IN S OPEN STiVAL BY 4M TONIGHT WPHONY HERE TO 9THI ANNUAL MLEE IS SOLOIST FIRST OF CONCERTS y, Originator of Idea, to Miss Musical Week for First Time-, Arbor's twenty-ninth annual estival, requiring the work of horal Union of 300 voices, the 'o Symphony o...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

… ITHE M ICHtIGAN LDAILY which must be repaid with complete some time not far distant. !. success at during the Wnivftlity sulications. D PRESS tied t* the use or a it orsot .wwise iblIshed tkaois. Yisktu ".-s546m# Ass Arbor. srn~yau4 Street ,414. eomie. UnsXZr5I LVmanuscript wil .sentiments expressed EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 2414 vG EDITOR............BRWSTZR P. CAMPBELI, or............................-.JosephA. Bernstein .r.............…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY s Useful Career 7 -ted A / Yea r A go In Ilystery >out this time last year quizzical tuent and inquiry were darting :t the campus, seeking to discover source of the now literary sheet, lmsics," 'which was , appearing ymously, at irregular intervalS. ruck off on a mimeograph, and ibuted to a mIted list, the first of Whimsies attracted consider- notice. Favorable, even launda-( comiment, was voired abqut; and warmly hailed ...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ESTERS ENJOY ANNUAL OUTING . . .1 Y fall stud in m ons ving men arts rom doi I LLRIc. The Forestry field meet, which was held at the Forestry farm on Friday H HISTORY and Saturday of last week is consid- UME ered by the Forestry club and com- mittee in charge to have been an un- usual success. The evenings were and the re- spent around a camp fire where stor-f ents of the ies were told and speeches were de- nany facult...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

… . _ \ . . ., '' _X.'" ,i" - , S. M M _ _ - _. been done and Coach Lowman's men 1 could not overtake their rivals. Wis- consin's defeat practically eliminated them as a championship contender for earns iur rn j l TMichigan would have to lose three 7Y rmoregames while Illinois and Purdue jn nreeYe s were both 'losing' two more even - though the Badgers should complete CONFERENCE STANDING their season without a defeat to give It is natura...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…THE MICIGAN DAIL) I _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _..__ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ U UIMLUIILL 111611. FOR PLIS n Present Squad of 45 Mather is Planning Final Reduction to 25 Players TEST, MOST EXPERIENCED CANDIDATES PLAY IINFIELD ith the end of the regular fresh- baseball season less than two ks off, Coach Mather is beginning make preliminary selections for last cut which will reduce the ad to'25 men. ore. than 45 men have been prac- ig regularly since...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 7

…l l A lA1:7[']l\ * = ~-dap excursion later n - ..,} _. _ .r_ ._. ._.. 't with CURSfIONS ST 1 i Prof. W. H. Hobbs, partment, who is on from the University, ux May 4, just as he for the West Indies a, he speaks of a re- pedition to Germany Germany my course at Delft, d if I would conduct rsion into Germany on of my course. I them, thirty in all. Despite badI weather and much snow (in late April) the excursion was a success, as all agreed...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 8

…CHIGAN DA . - 5Tichigan League All houses that have not yet paid their sacrifice dance pledges should send this money to Elizabeth Carson, '24, 718 Tappan, at once. A complete list of houses and the money contrib- ? tid by' thm will be iublishel next week. - - _ _. Al 77- 77, 777 f r * PROPOSED IBUILDING SITE Arbor during May Festival and C TO BE DESIGNATED BY SIGN mencenient just where the new bi Plans are being made at the office o...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 9

… I PECI9L ATTRACTIONS MADE FOR LAWN FETE hing adi- ---- ident office The many attractions that are being cO. prepared for the lawn fete which is ning to lie to be given on the Collegiate Sorosis d. would be lawn Saturday evening, May 20, give ry on the assurances that it will be well pa- durinig that tronized. Lovewell, The committee in charge has de- cided that the affair will last untll 11:30 o'clock, this giving time to those 'wwill be wh...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 10

…11L1 a rday.) I (11:20 a. m. LY 17, 1922 EDNESDAY, Ninber 165 of the Deans this morning. M. L. BURTON. ting of the Board of Regents will be held Friday, May 26. for the Regents, in order to be presented at that time, at the President's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday, May 18. is received later than this time will be presented. M. L. BURTON. rogram: ns who have notices which they desire printed in the gen- ent Program to be issued by the...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…(I I / Av Abr tit r an xtl PLAN ArTTET CAP NIA _ _ _ __ No. 166 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE uuirat Neophy'tes Enter i Triangle Ranks FRIDAY OUSTED SIElNis 'AT TING RY INTO PRIVATE LIFE eda as to Request Faculty -31an's for The lenginieering arch got its semi- annual scrubbing yesterday afternoon whena the. nine necophytes of Triangles, junior eninieers' honorary society, fu...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY' PH Is Jinx~ ,itish Artist III from Page One) Ana e mnobile" from snng tw. as an en- nnmb a", "M'Appari" eloved of all 'Italian audiences, was fol- rt Caruso a, ia, "YVes- )m "1'^ag i i whit h wice. }sere he sur- Drevico : effrts and early a:~proached tiro ily' grout voca]!zu- ~1 i ' FlNAL VREPARATION\S AADF da1ToDpe a call for the Varsity immediately fol- FOR CAP vI~llT (C1'REXCNI -E DoTodowing Saturday's game. W4in ...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…TH E MICHIGAN D, . rrr c irrY ..... ri i for the cast of acts -3, 4 Senior Girls' play will be' ock this afternoon in Sar- Angell hall. rhe Mummers meeting scheduled fore lay has been postponed, and will be Id at 4 olclc Monday at the Delta Ata Delta house. Officers will. be cted at that time. Baseball games in the interhouse Irnament were postponed the fore- rt of the week due to the rainy lather. On the first day of good rather the follow...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…TI-L MI, DAILY { r p e - I i , . , RAPUR OF THE F MICHIIGAN{ ring except Monday ,car by the Board in lications brand everything American as "&ag- geratod" n the opinion of the 'conser- vative Englishmian. %L TO INT 1ERYENE OR 'NO Political conditions in China recall;F! the stormy times that were so closely! CAMPUS OPINION E(itor, 'Thlo Michigan IDaily:j G ood (aquatic lproduct ioDS have beenll 1io hl(ll c il n 1Psiciol by t~ Ihei r .. ...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…TrHE MICHIGANDAL News From Other Colleges ECLIPSE ..liz:.elus etIUM '1'T4 i.- jilt sltac~nt firi 1 ildr i Mor t 15 csc(aheil ysw - paper ys':terday morning printed gm !ill-gto the left, bhank o[ the rive'r, , article Which quoted Prot. C. iH.I Cool. Which is several hnundredl feetwi. ey, of thie sociology department of th1e All),r11-Mefc~urdy, the other occupant . University of Mlichigan, as having said 'of I m,- canoe, w as nowhere i sight, ...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________ .." ....,.w 4_ S .-0.0.000 (c._ : i S if I ,E r TWENT-THIRD INT TRACK MEET H Athlet of.4,7 High Schools From All! Parts of Country Arrive Tomor- row For Classic FINALS IN ALL. EVENTS TO BE RUN SATURI)AY AFTERNOON With more than 300 athletes from 27 different high schools entered, the 23rd Interscholastic track and field meet of thd University of Michigan, to be held tomorrow and Saturday on Ferry fie...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 7

…ICCHIGAN PAILY -~-~ ~- - , ..,,. ....: Tmis COLUMN ICLOSES AT 3P.M. N h.7 NOTICE FOR SALE g Box Replies are at the FOR SALE-2 May Festival Patrons e: JSC, MC, 12, BC, 18, tickets on Main floor for this Fri- day and Saturday nights. Call 1519. 166 DAIUY-'dCASSIFIED.. N RATES Classified Rates. Two cents a word a day, paid in advance. Minimum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum therLfter,-20c,.Three cents per word per day if charged. Wh...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 8

…THE JMICHIGAN DAIL A____ ,...:_.- s OF I IAL.the Bulletin in constructive notice to All memb era 49 Copy received until'3;3O D. m. (11:30 &:. in.8 rdi) T111'VR.DAY, MAY 17, 1923 'Number 16 I Political Scilence 14: Journal Club: There wvill be. no meeting or the Jour'nal ClNI) TimrsdaIy, Mayr 17. The next meeotinug will be May 31. J. S. IEVS Alpha Nu: Thq nmneting for th i, wc'«k willI be hel tolightined toio'W nighit, at the nusual time...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…W'EATHER IND WARD,[ER TODAY t t 4h A& ML. no tl ltmww t I ASSOCIATED 1 and WESTERN CONF EDITORIAL ASSO No. 168 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FI I t1 .MEN MED EET' Colorful Costumec Feature Arch HA WAL MOST NS THREE OF FIFTEEN bard Breaks Track Record In ,od Jump; Smith Gets High Jump; Brooker, iPole Vault By Ralph N. Byers ampaign, Ill., May 16.-Michigan's ty track team met its Wa...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. , a. .0 CLITIKS DRIYEI ILL CLOSE TODAY9 cs on Campus Filled to Capacity As Contributions Come lin Large Numbers ESIMEN WILL GIVE' T()QLLES TONIG~HT TO AID I N CAM1PAIGN 'ontributions to the European Stu- t Relief fund old clothes drive ha.ve e in large numbers, according to erl. Stevens, '24E, chairman of! committee in charge of the drive. boxes' on the camlpus were flled overflowing yesterday, and dona-< s from frate...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…THE .MICHAINDAILY ; ., r _ --_- -Ir w .I- 5 D. A. li. CHJAPTER ELECTS OFFICERS I L _ _ _ NILCELEBRA9TE STEWART BUTO NUPTIALS TODAY' Theodosia Burton, '24, daughter of is: President Marion L. Burton and Mrs. ~"Burton, will be married to Dr. George Rippey Stewart, Jr,, formnerly a mem- ber of the English department of the University, and~ now an~ instructor in Ej)nglish at the University of California in. Berkeley, at :3 o'clock ton...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…[AL NEWSPAPER 01? TILE IVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ed every morning except Monday he University year by the Board in if Student Publications. ,s of Western Conference Editorial on. Associated Press is excusively en. the use for republication of all news :s credited to it. or not otherwise in thi paper and the local news pb erein. d at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, ias second cass matter. Special rate, qe granted ~by 'Third Assistant Pest- ;eneral. ipt...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -.-. OKs PTERS Isian Scholar And Authorlty Aeronautics Concludes . Lecture Series ELLS FEATURES OF MACHINE DESIGNED AND BUILT BY HIM Dr. Georges de Bothezat noted Rus- an scholar and authority on aeronau- cal problems, concluded his series four lectures here yesterday after- >on, when he lectured on "Helicop-j rs", in the West lecture room of the iyaics building. Dr. de Bothezat who is a doctor of athematics at the Univ...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…_____ _____ ___ _ _____ _____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . ,,,_ .,.. ,m/m nmm, . 1 .t (SilhUIllhllfull.I Or.r..,.I " I IULUIUILUHW I fl FACES SIN TO DAY FOUl!1 CHEATS STUART OUT OF WIlN IN H AMNER THROW Johnniy Stuart, star freshman weight man, narrowly missed winning the hammer throw against the Illinois yearlings, as well as the shot put. Stuart threw the leadt ball 136 feet, more than 10 feet farther than the winn...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 7

…___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY . :.. * 0 A OFF IV j /1. >r/n A.7r/ /\ fN, A I lIluM ll l .. .rte.. « ..,, - --..,r ' / /\ 'J:. mmm "L -your best warm weather food. Drink Iots of it MIS1k Is Good For Pineapples ..19c 10 Bar Soap 45c 3 PKG.20 1c EANS 20c Peas ..18c K AMMNH &Company 411 F. Jeffo sn S 't. You The. Mc CRUM ahGrocery Our Motto: "T he Most for Your Money;" SATURDAY'SSPECIALS Ten pounds Sugar, (Pure Cane) ...,.. ...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY e r lILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN catfon in the Bulletin is constructive notice' to all members of riversity. Copy received by the Awssistaiat to the President until. p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdayi mie 4 SATIUDAY, )YAY 17, 1824 Number 108 e Campalgn for League Building: ire will be an im portant m eeting of divisional chairmen, team cap-d w r e so M n ay v ni g M y 19 at7 3 in B b ur G m s lease bring your work envelopes and p...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 9

….*a.,- Y r £f r ~kziIM Ex 4a #: XXIV. No. 168 FOUR PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1924 FOUR PAGES PRICE, FIVEC w VARSITY OPENS WITH RUN IN FIRST INNING SCORE 1 2 3 4 s ?7 8 9 "10 11 Rl Michigan Ohio State 1 I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0XX 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 XX 4 TAKING EARLY LEAD JABLONOWSKI SCORES WJLSON WITI DOUBLE IN SECOND FRAME KL-EE BREAKS TIE WITH' DOUBLE SCORING MILLER Michigan Giles, 2b Kipke, cf B...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 10

…____ TI-r MICH1( AN 5AILto - . . . , . , __ _ _ . I Boxes o'n Campus Filled to- Capacity As Contriutions Come In Large Kumbers_ FRESHM~EN WILL CHIVE TOQVES " TONIGHT TO AID, IN CAMPAIGN' Contributio~ns to the European Stu- dent Relief fund old clothes drive have come in large numbers, according to Ty~ler~ R. Stevens, '24E, chairman of the committee in charge of the drive.. The boxes on the campus were filled to overflowing yesterday, and ...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY a4 !~on :corn-meal- -mush, trustees;,-and- DRAMA cr su n cranks. in general., s- The butler, Harold Fritche, wasj "DADDY LONG-LEGS," a review by grand. And Mike Ames is really a Marion Barlow main. True,.his fingers are long and "Nobody cares how real a story 's, tapering, and his'voice *has a habit of just so it's comfortable," said Leola !trailing off -into sweet, thin distances; Noted Russian Scholar And Authority!Merce...…

May 17, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 168) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY All university women are eligible to mnarch in the Lantern procession at I Palmer Field on May 20th at 8:00 P. M. Ethel XeCtorniick, Department of Physical Education. Civil Engineering Seniors: A representative of the Marion Steam Shovel Company will be at Pro- fessor Riggs' outer office Monday, May 19th, to interview Civil Engineering seniors for positions. H. E. Riggs. Senior Mechanicals: Mr. H-. L. Tucker ...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…4 DEDICATED TO JUSTICE Sir ian Ar Section I One VOL. XXXV. No. 169 SIXTEEN PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 SIXTEEN 'AGES PRICE FIVE CENTA R TR C i ,. ' ,r :; , s UER i i MINNESOTA NINE~ EVNS SERIES IN CLOSE WIN 1rO1T GtZY HITRMS ALMOST PERFECT I 'INYlNt EBONY INIS hES FIRST IN D)ERBY RACE Louisville, Ky., May 16.-Be- tween a brisk shower that sprung u:v a few minutes before the start of a race and a ter-...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…IDAGWTWO TIHEI MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, M-AY 17, 19215 lIflt 1Bears Famed Bag Students .Employ Tflt n held at 4 o'clock Wednesday after-i any other class in the literary col-j' PL N SHOP POSA W N [ TRYOUTS FRn mnon in room 302, Mason hall, ac lege. For their work the mem ~rsia 9 UfI\ Uique ]elathods Cording to an announcement made by wiill r eceive three -hurscrdtath To Carve Nam e ' Mr G. E. ;Densmore, who is in charge jcnd of the semester....…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 TI-IL MICHIGAN DAILY I ECONOMICS HONORS1 COURSE INSTITUT[ED! f(iuniatee Now' Receiving Apieia-- t ions~ From Juni1 ors For Eniroll- r unent Next YearI REQUIRFIMENTS STATED Answering a demand frequentlyC made by interested students for a ttr course allowing initiative and self di- rection instead of exacting require- G 144 Ients of lecture and quiz attendance, * and assigned work, the new inde- pendent reading course ha...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…PAGE r~o tr THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 17, 192-5 i qq yl, b, . , a himself to be swayed y the over- ~P' ~ zealousness of any group. He might have taken this oppor- S ED R LLM USIC during the University year by the Board intut to Ug th nay pe out U AND PontbliofShed eery m ogexepAMndyDl ConrolofStuentPulictiossmuggling on our coasts, i 'possibe, and might thereby have listed his! HW'S YOUR D R A M A Members of Western Conference Ed...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY. 17, 19251 THE NITCHTGAN DAILY PAGE : SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY FAG!~ ~tVW ___________________________________B A NAIML v -11 la V ALVA= M MffAvA ,t::.5 - ? 15 .......... X/ v NIZ r../ ) Music- Anywhere!! LANTERN CEREMONY1 PLANS COMPLETE Houses are Urged to Attend Picnic Supper at Palmer Field Before Activities SENIORS TO LEAD t Complete plans for the annual field day and Lantern Night celebration hav...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

…PAONV SIXSUDYMA17125TEMC GNDIL THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 _ _ _ _. Mai , ..n-..... .,:.......i.. .,.. .,,,, r ...r .. , m... ... , ! . -- - waympm% __ . . . .. WOLERIE NNE UFFRSFURTH (Continued from Page One) Ij] T]( Michigan's nine played fast ball in I EiG the: field, Coleman's slip in the eighth being the only error. However, In the first inning, Cherry made'a Guzy 's remarkable( pitching was too vain attempt to ...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, :IIA 17, 1925 THE.MCH IGANDAL DAILY PAGE SEVEN SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 PA~ 8WV~ COCRL{AS COE At 3 Pt. ADVEfR 1'OTICE .Box 100has 13 answers. Boy 108 has 2 answers. Box 107 hats 13 answers.I Box 67 hats 8 answers. Please call for these ais soon as possible. 4FOR IIEN T ~E e t Constructionon theaddition to the *p E ent University power plant which wvill ~ FOR RENT-First floor, two pleasantI house the new $50,000 switchboard is 1 N...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 8

…r'A(3 EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY INDAY. 'MAY 1,12 DALYOFIIA L BULL ETIN, Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the UiniVersity. Copy received b) the Assistant to the Priwent until 836 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturdai'; Volume SUNDAY, MAY 17, 19125 Number 169 Ii. classes i Oral Interpretation. Those interested are invited to attend. i's Education(Chit: The last meeting of the Men's Edlucation Club wvill be heldI...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 9

… Feature Section Y Ar Aw Ititr 4 t n :43aiIt~. Feature Section VOL. XXXV. No. 16:) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 EIGHT PAGES SPRING BRINGS TtE MAY or "gram .. +?- 4,fl Annual Affair Will Be Presented This Week In Hill Auditorium Weekt- Return To More Classical And Conventi V Many Stars Will Take Part In Ann Arbor's Music onal Music Characterizes Program Planned By University School Of Music Will Present "La ...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 10

…IN t PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUND,'AY, MIAY 17, 1925 fT list in Spain when~ he produced his IElR ido Ajeno, produced at the Teat- worthwhile <oontrliffuItiIn to -the litera- year, gr 11h h a r --In F e rnIetrst ai play, Realidad (1892). He was iode la, datedi in Madrid in 1894 ture of pain and of the dram.Teceyi notaL imitator of foreign models but'SIn ce that date Benavente has been a itrsar o ob numbered ramiatis 17ie T ea redera...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1.925WEMCIA DIL PA" ELEVEN SOME O F THE ENTRIES IN YESTERDAY 'S R AC E Why Not Now? ,E ffuture Is Is gi]$e< get feit (OldtAeiul f (S Bl Y i Fps,, r . k'S s . , 7 iyi ,1 3 / n ' p Q 6 qy faA yy bK h S t ' r. "'"'", ==suw"u j77 Brin- *, Your Fa 4ther Here for SiwdayNight Supper. T1endterloin Steak Fresh (k-etoble and Cafetri 506 LEast William vWhc-e the bcsl of food is .4cved. Reviewing America's Greatest T...…

May 17, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 169) • Page Image 12

…PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 THE 'THEATRE I".N FERMENT. ...ITALY In Which Prof. Michele De Filipp On The Italian Moves In l T i T By Prof. Michele De Filippis (Editor's Note: Tfiis is the fifth of a series of six articles by members of the faculty on the adaptations and re- actions of the various continental countries to the present progressive' tendencies in the theatre.) Any treatment of the Contemporary...…

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