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January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…AND I I LDER pipe gik 1 AP DAY AND '' 81 I ,, e _.._. . _. VOL. XXXIF, No. 82 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1922 Pi 1 XWA ARMS CONFERENCE SETTILES CHINES TARIFF PROBLEM AGREEMENT PROVIDES CHANGE IN SCHEDULE AT VARIOUS PERIODS' POSTPONE ACTION ON JAPAN'S 21 POINTS Spheres of Influence Question Awaits Disposal of Shantung Matter Speaks Tonight 'ILLINOIS QUINTET D0EFEATS MICHIGAN . BY 20-17 SCORE, CUniversity and ...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 2

…If r DAILY 11 L)AILY £ i *i an Dat1i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER Q? THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday duringthe Waiver ity year by the Beard in Control of Stud..: Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associatea Press is exclusie entitled to the s. tei epubliation of al news diatch scredtd to it a rnot ' oterwis redited in this paper and e local news published4 therein. Entered at the postofice at Ann Arbor...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGA4 DAlI Y E E : . , Fz Pr, -,qw --- - "AFTER EVERY . 4 EAL" WRIGLEY'S Newest Creation A lvo r ed s ugEarf - Jacket around pep- - - rermint flavored chew- and digestion, polish Ior eehan mise tB129 Editor Says Sweat and Wide Vision' Are Important in Newspaper Business. NAMES REPORTER'S REQUISITES AT THIRD UNION MEETING "Only one word commands success; in the newspaper world; that word is 'work,'" declared E. J. Ottaway,} "9...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 4

…IE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANtARY 17, 1 . e . "c .. ': ,{ ' T 7 . . Y } )OSTERS WILL DISCUSSI CHEERLEADERS AT MEETING Boosters' committee composed of m whosc numbers run from 169 to 9, inclusive, are meeting at 5 o'clock' SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT EAT AT REX'S THE. CLUB LUNCH 712 Arbor Street Near State and Packard Streets today in room 302 at the Union. Th( matter of cheerleaders will be discuss ed and action taken toward more ef- fective...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 5

…A %ALA l .1 -J IAi~i A JAKE SCHAEFER, WORLD'S CHAMPION BILLIARD PLAYER,. WHO MEETS ROGER CONTI, FRENCH TITLE - HOLDER, AT UNION BILLIARD ROOM THIS AFTERNOON. 9Will Discuss Reading Room Plans All ex-service men, both those af- filiated with the different organiza- tions for these men and those who are not, are urged to be present at a meeting to be held at 7:15 o'clock; Thursday in the reading room of the Union. The meeting is being called...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 6

…DAILY 4+i ii' NCI _.._, FINISHID Our prints' are made on Velox. Materials that are Eastman made and meth- ods that are Eastman approved, plus the ex- perience of our experts are guaranties of fin- est quality finishing. I Bring us your films sa~rTADLLffn1905% c I P R E s S I N Phone 628 CSTUDY ON DECLINE' Prof. Ferry Reas Figures Before Association of American Colleges. WIORE ATTENTION GIVEN TO ECONOMICS IN SCHOOLS (By Associated ...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 7

…Ti -U1GAN DAILY - AT _THLE THEATERS Vin Success In Life-Like Show TODAY Screen "The White-Headed Boy" is being presented at the New Detroit theater in Detroit, all this week, by a group of Irish players. It is a vivid present- ation of a life-like story, bringing out the high lights of human nature with- out delving into' the' human passions so over done by American playwrights. The story travels its course-in a log- ical and pleasing ...…

January 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

…L.,. 1L 1 . .w......r OFFICIAL BULLETIN TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1922 Number 82- WHAT'S GOING ON I a eend Semester Elections: The election blanks of all students in the College of Literature. Science, d the Arts must be handed in to the proper Committee on Elections, Mon- y to Thursday Feb. 6 to 9, as follows: Freshmen-A oom 206 (second floor, north), U. H. or all those hav- ' in October, less than 24 hours credit. Sophomores-Room 208 (seco...…

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...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

…I' Vr 2r4 litw~ igani a' ASSOCT' 1 PRE 6T AN NI I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922 PIC w ON F OR THEATY IN TE HEATED GLEE CLUB SPRING CONCERT MARCH 30 DE- spring concert will be held Thursday evening, March 30. A program iN _ cludng twr quartets, numbers by Tang a d Tar ares, the io m .lo di u ertire 4Lub will provide entertan. ment. Plans have been completed for a concert in Ypsilanti, April 6, where a similar progra...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 2

…TE OF THE UNIVERSIT eti.GA fN C i % il t Mndy urng the tnvr-.t y carrier or man, ~ Arbr Press Building, Maynard Street. ness, g6~; l~ditorial, 2414. is not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa~ y to a p pear in print hut as an evidence of fairh, ots will be published in The Da~y at~ 4he tiiscre- if left at or mailed to The Daily ollice, ~Jnaigned 31 receive no consideration, No manuscript will the writer inc loses postage, s not necessa...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 3

…LI t~ UAN DAILY 11" for MidS 1sinc, IstII :ti + st1e il[JCi Iol ,r;"ii Sthe. ,1, T.i : plic , 'Late '.nsian Acbheerqu-fancTofh h e Io n 1 n eer re -l e1t rRb d;cient muadings nd hiltling Eddra re--The isono, nutatho cJls ?1,lwih a rvns eertn XI al ip-e nths tedn h Yre tantwb3Imdupled wrequ, estafr-gvntmlfigcpnsadpr-vne ap ~a nae sape toae s an a e be u r c iv d p t, ad s e l h l n t a i y d s e ui ie f rg n t o n t i c r s eFth c,~lingi S<...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 4

…* *-- -.T- i ,w. . Ica TENNIS OUTOORS Doing Preliminary Work on rete Court at Ferry Field ND IIEIM)EL ARE VETERANS CogPETING . for candidates for the as team has been issued by er Wesbrook and up to 25 men have reported for ad. The 1Aild weather con- have prevailed so far this made the opening call for! I earlier than it has ever' response to the ideal con- re than 20 players have' ery afternoon this week. been limited to the con- whic...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 5

….Mwo 0N iLLINI LEN CE FIV E Captain-elect Ely and "Bill" Miller star counters on the Wolverine bask- etball five duTring teh past season have been placed on the All-Confer-. ence basketball teams picked by H Martin Glenn, sports editor of thc Daily Illini. Elyv was given the posi- tion on the first team as tip off ma; while Miller owas given a berth oi the second team along with Taylor oisconfsin, due tQ te fact thai; his regular position...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

…pplmcn -L :ory NUTAU1BIR ETTEN7 24, 805 E. Her-on.Dtot,16- A, 1122 White. Qesinea, a, 2 WA! '2411, 11 (Chrch Cicgo Ik,1T-W-2R. '24. 918S. tte-erot:28 .'2,37 F. Wilia, 22- 2211 9020 .Mno.BfaoN.Y,28W r. 32B.Maion Ltliicd32- 64, Okad, Dtot,2r- ,4 6381 rN. State.DI -piig,16- i1109S.Welgl to key, 284m i, o h'24, S ISp. Y332.1111. AnAbo,27 - 50 0, MOM Mya. DAM~', udi 0.-I4' ~ - 4, 63rapa. iwake Wi., G73 5 S 11t.Igls iu iy a,12- G'orsyteWolwCMUSU...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 7

…Wuomen :ets for the Junior Gls' play are a salt at Grahami's bookstore. s marked 42 are for the per- ice oni March 23, those marked March 24, and 44 for March 25. earsals for the Junior Girls' Play follows: s rehearsal at 7 o'clock thiJs g. Saturday, group one. at 9 E; group two at 9:30 o'clock; three at 10 o'clock groups five vo at 10:130 o'clock; rop six, and eight at 11 o'clock, There e rebearsal of the entire cast Eoruses at 7 o'clock Sa)t...…

March 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 121) • Page Image 8

…IbIA L DU L Lt I U:8) p. in (11:S() m. Saturdays.) s I FRIDAY, tA.RCH 17, 1922 Xniber 121 aunications for the Board of Regents: he next meeting of th Board of Regents will be held Friday, March 31. :unications for the Regents, In order to be presented at that time, be received at the President's OffIce before 5 p. . Thursday, March 24, immunicatipns received later thau this time wil be presented. I M. L. BURTON- rslty S.enates he next meet...…

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...…

June 17, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER PROBABLY SHOWERS TODAY T, 4 r 'utmmrr t 131r iaziP :4 III ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XIII. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922 PRICE FIVE CNTS VARSITY DEFEATS ALUMNI, 10-9 _ i WOLVERINES TAKE FIRST CONTEST IN WEEK-END SERE WATCH FOR EXTRA BOWERMAN, PLAYER,. '95, FORMER PROVES STAR GAME GIANT OF GRADS THREATEN WITH THREE RUNS IN NINTH Perrin Gets Clean Batting Record; Both S...…

June 17, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY t tUt t r 1t~igun ttt OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - Published every morning except Monday during the Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for re- publication of all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise credited in this paper and the local news published...…

June 17, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…41 ER MICH SAN DAILY I. re Space for io Grid Game r! Every effort will be made by Ohio State athletic authorities to take care' of Michigan's requests for tickets for the game at Columbus next fall, Di- rector St. John has assured Coach Fielding H. Yost. This assurance was given Coach Yost after he asked for 15,000 tickets instead of the 10,000 or- iginally requested. The demand by Michigan followers for seats is already so large that th...…

June 17, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THDE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, J TAT'S GOING ON SATURDAY . 9:00-Dental alumni reception, Dental building' 10:00-Annual alumni meeting, Hill auditorium. 12:15--Alumni Ihipheon. 12:15-4'' club luncheon, Union. { 1:80-Alumni mass meeting at Hill au. ditorium. 280-Homoeopathie nurses alumnae' meet at ' Homoeopathic Medical school. 4:00-Alumni-Varsity baseball game, Ferry field. 6:00-Homoeopathic alumnae banquet. 8 :30-Annual senior Prom on...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…]ALLY 1F TODAY I, r £fr it :3an I I BL's A TA G TOMORROW II I- VOL. XXXIII. No. 20 TWENTY PAGES, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922 TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS FAMED STATESMAN Ol SPElKTONIGHT ON ORLD'SCRISIS Frisco Physician Claims Discove ry *1 1j; I M BARRISTERS TO INITIATE TODAY Inir Barristers, honorary senior law onrurtiro society, wil initiate ten men into F rn~v I~I~v their order this afternoo...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…U U II WI ill U * ~U * NF'irst: It commercializes athlet- ics and detracts from the spirit of play. alty, and a lack of harmony among (Continuedthevarious forces that make up tv from Page One) university.I of making the game more interest, "Third: It detracts from the keen- ing. The greater and more difficult ness of the contestants by substitut- the obstacles the more intricate be- ing mercenary incentives in thq comes the game. And the more ...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…tt TO 3E) .. COGNIZED, '1' 64 According to reports from Cather- ine Stafford of the Junior Girls' play, the members of the junior class are. showing very little interest} in writ- ing manuscripts for ~a play. It, may, be lack of confidence or perhaps the girls do not realize how little time is left before the manuscripts are -x, As has been previously suggested, the play can be written by an individ- ual or by any house group which may# c...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

… OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THEj UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication ofall news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. En'erel at the postoffice at Ann Arbo...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 5

… Winter will discuss "Some I Barbour residence. Every member is (requested to be present. .'4 1U U UUIIL MWII""bD erary Fragments." W4ILL SHOW OHIO CA9ME'w~nPFR N .'to"e I 1 nor 1T CV T lt\ lv:TT2'1 IV-TY -r fY'lfi d T4N w7 E' urr WOMAN'S LEAGUE UIVEN CHARGE i OF TICKET SALE 'WHICH OPENS TOMORROW Returns from the Michigan-Ohio State game next Saturday will be shown in Hill auditorium on the grid" graph in a similar manner as was. the ...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 6

…v ,ld 1~ ""r..:: . r Alpha Sigma Phi; 'Sigma Chi vs. BIAT VANDERBILT DEFENSE COSTS MICHI.GAN VICTORY IN SECOND GAME nes Return With High Praise r Fighting Commodore Eleven LL HANDS PREPARING FOR SATURDAY'S COLUMBUS TILT Michigan's Varsity football squad Aturned from Nashville Sunday night ssatisfied with the result of the ame in which they were held to a :oreless tie by the Vanderbilt Corm- odores but with nothing less than ghest prai...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 7

…ver Virginia Poly by a close score 1 notable. Bear; 1look, ood! Two games stand out on the Pacific; In Grim Practice As Ohio State Battle Draws Near Triumph Proves ority of Big Ten Over East Again SMALL ELEVENS HOLD BIG RIVALS IN MANY COITESTS Saturday was a day replete with sur- prises of the most vital nature in the world of football. Many were the elevens, supposed formidable, that were held'down or huimbled by teams reputed, comparativ...…

October 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 20) • Page Image 8

…DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922 Number 20 To the Deans: There will be a conference of the Deans in the President's Office at 10 o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 18. M. L. BURTON. To Members of the Faculties and Staff: Copies of the President's Report, just published, have been, or are be-...…

November 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER GENERALLY FAIR TODAY 'YI r. fri anw A IaiI ATTEND PEP r MEETING .-: , VOL. XXXIII. No. 47 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922 PRICE FIVE ' ° - r r nrrrrwrrrrirr i +.iw . r.r rw.r ;.. _ _ _ { NEW PARLIAMENT TOBEDOINAITED BYC S ATI NEW ENGLISH GOVERNMENT TO HAVE MAJORITY OF NEARLY 80 LLOYD GEORGE DOWNED AFTER LONG STRUGGLE La'iArItes lakeSurprisin Gains at Expense of Unionist CandIdates London, Nov. 16.-A...…

November 17, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…THE IV C IIGAN , L RTON OPPOSES OEW6ff UNSKILLED LABOR- Japan's Dancing Princess Arrives ' To Study s'isters' = - _ ! -I- DR.~ GARFIELD) SCORED FOR PRO- POSAL TO REDUCE IVORSE 'S PAY WILLIAMS HEAD WOULD DISREGARD FAM IL IE S Presideeht Urges All Educations] Opportunities for Laboring Classes da th ed aj w al 1' wo banjos, two violins, and traps, and Kj'amp'us'Jiaracters vas really nothing but an excellent lance orchestra. This aggregat...…

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