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February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

…┬▒RkTTHEtMIiCHIAN rDAILY SU'N9Y, FRJARY - I 923 t; -4, EIGHT 7 ,/ A m rica tions simnilar to the Klan- problem. replace conspiracy with co-operation, /"l .i Lf X f/ I Now in 'regard to the latter, many f forget minor differences, expell all VV~a G IlKlansmen are business men ana p6ii-l hatred, if we wsh to make America Ala i g A m e i a S f ticians They are derendent upon the-!! and the world safe for Americans and V / ( ' spportof the peop...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 12

… TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. FEBRUARY iS 929_ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1923 THEMICHIGAN DAILY -PA _ _ _ ... 4 , it that I am inclined to think that the black against the bliie, faintly utter- expurgation has been rather light. ing their wail of a cry. To give an idea as to the plot I have . "On the other side of'the Pombo, or found the following: o nthe other- side of the Bembe, some- _ nont was -itf iner i. I, _________________ I ______...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 13

… t ..-~ TYAQE SIX THE MICHLIGANA.~ITALY SUNDIAY, ~FEBRUARY 18, 1923 L--: DA, :R VARY 518, 193 HE MICHIGAN DAILY - i ~- ,~, P - "I BO 1 11 i r. rr.++ y..rrrg~sNI W-- THE WORLD IN FALSEFAVE, by l-he clarity, the simonlici , of his atye Oteorge Jean Nathian.. Alfred t otb win our ur.ier tandiag: and eom-n Kniopf. pel our admiratin. In technical abil- Reviewed by Robert Bartron iity. assuiredly, Housman is beyond (:ci...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 14

…- - --- ---- - -- I-- wr I - AW, . -If I . - - I I I - - . I - , - - 'I.- O- ; TH4E MICHIGAN- DAILY SUJNDAY, FEBRUJARY 18; f923 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY i8, 1923' -THE MICHIGAN DAILY"'h i . ,. of their dignified beauty, and, inci- through her efforts, and hers practic- dentally, very much cheaper. ally alone, did "Lady Billy" amuse iMr.Shuter, and his assistant, Carl the audience at the Whitney last Mon- inaIX SC C nl a: Gusde, who doubt...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PR~ffSORSTAL (Continued from Page 9) years the total payments certainly made by Germany amount to about $2,- 000,000,000 including the value of d- liveries in kind, but of this sum only about $350,000,000'is credited to repar- ations and most of this latter sum to Belgium which has a priority. The rest of Germany's payments have been dissipated in the cost of the army of occupation and in oher treaty costs. Subject to the p...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IDA.FEltAR iuanriii~n slightest degree affecting ,the truth of Dflhtllrb the above statement.a "The F'rench and British positons SCUS101,Of CRPLIIT on this whle question of reparations [HLILIIdifer in the following respects: while (Goltined rom age11) reductions in the amounts they think' (C*.fxtiuedfromrage11)Germany should pay, the English have taut, eventually we shall have it. and come to look upon the whole matter the...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…I a IWARMER11 AY! e ftrit an U DAY AND XIG' SITR ) 98 ANN ARBOR, ICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922 PRION BOL T A ER\UPHOLDS BEEADINIDu ELIIBILITYO AYSFOR HOUS VARSITY 'M MEN FORDNEY MAKES DECLARATION x'{ DECLARES OFFICIALS KNOW OF IN DEFIANCE OF HOUSE NO INSTANCES OF PRO- DEMORATSFESSIONALISM REPUBLICANS EXPECT CASE OF BASEBALL NOT TO COMPLETE PASSAGE SIMILAR TO FOOTBALL Presidet. rHarding Stil Holds to Isf Vres of a si Reenued...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

…UN! VURIXTY mormIng s d in Co except Mond~ay duO'fi Lw% atah e tm1 of Studitat Pdub'?cti a. exce iSe7ccIAD tlU4Svte W ;til" voerettoit or o the xaw -106 local news Published theroam a Ann Arbor,Miichlgfau, aS 'secd nurd Street. i tAI ations not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the sig- esarily to appear in printbut as an evidence of. ces of events will be published in The Daily at the bie 'Editor, if left at or mailed to The Daily office. ...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…S YiNG MSITWEiIE S N ANNOIJINCED ) FAVORITES RETURN D NEWTALENTADDL D I Musieians to Join with OperaticI Stars of Country in. Presentation . ans for this year's May Festival1 promise of one of the most at-C Lye and brilliant occasions of itsT since the. inauguration of thet ral idea 29 years ago, accordingn mnouncements Just made by offi- of the University School of Music,. eats operatic stars and other virtu- ho have been secured are as el- F...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…/. "" W . .:' . **. 4, ( ti ' w ,.v .' } , Y _ O ..* r .. .i. r _. _ 1.. _... t.. ... : e '. t f t .. , i . t.f bf ilia . ., ... WIN 10 ng. last. The injury will prevent Profes- of the sor Edmonsdn from attending the ed- ing rap- ucation'al conference which will be ct frac- held in Chicago the latter part of Feb- Sunday ruary. Y L You Has It Been e Eaten Dinner at t it un nnrttt t tt trrr, , ... =-.} Se Chamber of Commerce Inn ...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

…PLOTS' DIAMON~D MN OUT FOR Urbana, Ill., Feb. 17.-Eighty mesa e reported for piactice in answer the first general call for baseball ididates at the University of Illin-, . 'This is the largest squad that s ever. reported. for indoor practice such an early dateand it is expect- that twice that number will enroll the next week. Many Pitchers Out Jnder the watchful eye of Coach adgren the many battery aspirants ve been working out for the past ...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

… sr r ,.. f , ,.. . F . >. 1 i ... i .. t e n: . e ICS-W-P .Y rrli k r '"'Y W11Y iW Y I YW YIYiYY YYYI W W I II I I IIIIW 1 x 5 mows Perplexing Problem Menu Simply Solved [F you are dissatisfied with the service you are-getting fron4 yu our butcher or your:,grocer,or both and you are convinced- that it is not much less than a problem, the solution of which means a great deal' to the efficiency of your kitchen. W E invite you to c...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 7

…C .A,. )LDS- ed by this time. - SWIMMING MEET W ill . rsity loi ie Dean rrow money L funds for lyra B. Jor-. irls who wish' tp work in the a University hall are requestedf up in the blue book which has aced in the league room or to rothy Jeffrey, '24, phone 398. Vomen's Cosmopolitan club will' guests of Martha Cook dormi- dinner Sunday, Feb. 19. The beginning class in dancing is scheduled to meet at 8 o'clock Monday' and Wednesday even...…

February 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 98) • Page Image 8

…FFIClAL BULLETIN ELI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922 Number 98 or Students in Electrical and Meohanical Engineering: R. C. Bergvall of the Class of 1921 will be in Ana Arbor from the 17th .bruary to the 22nd of February, inclusive. He will make his headquar- in my office. I advise that you talk with Mr. Bergvall, getting first impressions of professional employment possibilities with the West- ouse Electric & Mfg. Company. JOHN C. PARKER. Tser...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…WIC 4 I'1 1.1 ;eJ M4 I * ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. ,. . _ .. .; Of ENGINEERING CURRICULA CONTEMPLATED Cooley Explains New Five Year Course Planned by Faculty )bable revision of the course of es for Engineers, making an elec- course of five years, after which Master's degree would be con-; 1, is one of the important chang- ntemplated in the discussion now g place among the Engineering ty. Cooley Explains rega...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…,'11 I. .W ing. It welcomes students from every department irrespective of class or previous experience and re- quires only a serious interest in the work and a genuine desire to serve both The Daily and the University. It is not unusual to find students from every department on the campus working on The Daily and cases of medical, law, and engineering students who are working merely for an incidental knowledge of journalism, are far from r...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…U 11 El JI ISSUES BASEB LL I-I L. a _ . . o PRACTICE TARIT TOA INTRAMURAL NO Coach Mitchell, direc tramural athletics, ha into his new quarte 3 of the Press buildin 2268. MTIIE tor of in- aS moved MINNESOTA,21 srs. roam I to an inexperienced quintet. Now that there are three experienced men, Rychener, Wilson, and Karpus, the team should move more smoothly, and make up for the early season set- backs, Close TWO FRATERNITY sb, Pho...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

… ... From The Other Colleges M!ay be Smuck Will See Them Firs t DANCING CLASS Arcade Dance Hall ENROLL THURSDAY 999 TAXI I Pennsylvania- Twenty-eight men,1 who have been in war service, have been given free four-dear scholarships; to the University of Pennsylfania by1 the committee on war activities of the Knights of Columbus. In order to: utilize surplus war funds the commit- tee selected twenty Catholic institu- tions and twenty no...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

…hAIL UUUILII- 0 MEETING HERE at WILL HAVE CONFERENCE SHORT- LY AFTER COMMENCE- MENT Vid a's ' '' service1 nt to your soci Cegular M 35c and4 I The society for the promotion of' Enginering Education has abcepted food and the invitation offered 'by President Harry B. Hutchins and the Board of will lend Regents, to hold their next annual meeting at Ann Arbor. The meeting, which will take place l chat. shortly after commencement, will brin...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…i mlti ILIaUL | IN COUNTRY, SlS' THAT'S )I _II I ,_3 I the World of To- k at 8 o'clock this ural Science audi- wt will be "From cracy in Industry." WEDNESDAY GENERAL END ALVARADO PREDICTS OF TROUBLE IN 1921 LANES TAFFIES at Tices' Store, 117 So. Main St. Re- every week.-Adv. I 1 1V 111 t $5.75 per Week, D'HOTE" id Sujplies ing 'ANY V' AVE. MEMMMMWI LINES RALLS, CHEMI- (By Associated Press) New York, Feb. 17. - Disordered...…

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