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May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…YT J2tf i 'r A6F Ap %noon OOM% a tr t axt F-11 DAY A2ND SEB ..l/ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1922 I WiU 1I IUII BLE 'TILL RECOVERS RESULTS OF TIVE i AT GENOA E NOT'EXPECTED Willing to Join Investi- 'th Aim of Securing Restoration (By Associated Press) Washington, May 17. -- Any ques- ,i ofthe recognition by the United ats, of the Russian soviet govern- ent lies beyond the time when res- ration of productivity in Russia y...…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…,, i., kr Swp 4:Iai I ASS I DYERS DAY AND NIE SERTI V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 1921. PRt CE hRC .. ;HT. GIVEN TIC IOCK 3onfire; NEW t FACULTY MEMBERS OF UNION AND PUBLICATIONS BOARDS ANNOUNCED BOARD IAL FREE MOVIE [OWS-AT 10O'CL en Will Burn Caps in B Disciplinary Measurles , to Be Allowed Four faculty men were appointed by President Marion L. Burton at the meeting of the University Senate Mon- day night to ...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…pwj r0 #' U . .1 I DAY AND N SEfl1 ' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 18, "1920. FREE MOVIES ON CAP NIGHT BILL In accordance with arrangements made by the committee in charge -ot the Cap Night ceremonies, the doors of the leading Ann Arbor picture hous- es will be opened to the entire student body following the closing of formal- ities at Sleepy Hollow. . Immediately after the, last address, the freshmen will fall in to the rear o...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…I I r. Bk 4Mat 10BAALY TODAY aiIlj of |ct On 169 SIXTEEN PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1921 SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE, 7t All TE WINS M[FROM Rev. C.E. Burton Marries Niece To G. R.Stewartl ------ ---- ES 43 1 OPPONENTS t six I The wedding of Miss Theodosia Burton, daughter of President Marion L. Burton, and Mrs. Burton, and Dr. George Rippey Stewart, Jr., of Berke-{ ley, California, was solemnized lastt night in th...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 <Yr LW 43Afl Iall MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS I VOL. XXXVIII, NO. 172. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1928. WELLKNOWN ARTISTS TO FEATURE TODAYS FESTIVAL PROGRAMS EVENING MUSIC TO INCLUDE LE- ONORA CORONA, CHORAL UNION AND GRAINGER 'TO PRESENT "AIDA" LAST Marie Montana, And Benno Rabinof Will Comprise Afternoon's Concert Series Two concerts on the May Festival program will be given today, the first at 2:30 o'cl...…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

… ESTABLISHED 1890 Y an %ss I MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXXVII. No. 165 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1927 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS SWOLLEN FLOOD RiVER SEEPS OVER LEVEES TO COVER NEW LREAS WATERS RUSH UPON SLEEPING TOWN IN EARLY HOURS OF MORNING ANOTIER CITY INUNDATED Newly-Freed Waters Of Atchafalaya Join Those Rushing Through 1 Bayou Des Glases Break (By Associated Press) NEW ORLEANS, May 17.-Conq...…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

… ESTABLISHED .1890. 00 fri an ~1aiI33 MEMBER ASSOCIATED )PRESS -- -------- ---------- t VOL. XXXV. No. 170 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1926 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ALLIES' REFUSAL TO ISARMVMIGHT MEET OPPOSITION NEIGHBOR'S STAND ON FORCES TO DETERMINE GERMANY'S ATTITUDE GIBSON IS CHAIRMAN First Meeting Of Preparatory Group On Disarmament Will Probe ! Entire Problem BALL TICKETS AVAILABLE Remaining t...…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 180 Jr, 44 44l tw I ait MEMBERI ASSOCIATED PRESS XIX, No. 169 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1929 EIGHT PAGES CI GAN" NINE DOWN8 , . ,, , . __ - ',:. IN INGS I t®- FOES~~ IMEDSCAR'Lopeland Says Undergraduates !Are Becoming More Progressive Newy York Senator Cites Changes In$ing the Univer sity, now that num- INJOHOC[Studnt Sit.-t Duingber approaches 10,000. The laige Past Forty Years enrollment breeds a...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…A1IIER POF iY;a tti .I 5 TODAY XXXIII. No. 167 EIGIIT PAGES ANN ARDOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE - ,f i I TO BUN POTS TONIGHT,. :EPY HOLLOW A5SSIGN OF ONCE INTO SOPHOMlORE CLASS 'i v~ AT 7~ VUIAt U2( U OF CAMPUS LEE WHITE '10, CHOSEN TO MAKE FINAL SPEECH Theater Owners of Ann Arbor Open Doors to Students Regardless of Class Cap Nigbt, marking the assing of another freshman class into the rank of sophom...…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…such a change at the I cept Monday during the Waiversity of Student Publications. ASSOCIATED PRESS lus entitl othe we :he crditd t Itor os therwi6i lecal Yews published theres. t AssArbu Ifihiansa s06014 BUiAdw. Maynard Street. litrial.. .L4. M . -"wo'rds. if miu. the m!a- students' expense. To hold examinations without providing some period in which to prepare may not only set an un- desirable precedent, but will work a decided injus- lice...…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Published every morning except Monday during the Univer- year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OP THE ASSocIATED PRESS Tha Associated Press is exclusively' entitled to the use for blicationoof all news di4 athes credited to it or not otherwise ited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postofice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second bscttription by carrier or mail, $s.o. Ofice...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…-knows al than s of [; FI Meager as the facilities now are, it nevertheless would be a- good thing if all students interested in swimming would take advantage of using the pool at the Y. M. C. A. It will be open for use each afternoon from 3 to 5, and there will be someone there at this time to instruct those who may need it and want it. Irrespective of conditions, students Biology - Shull AT k * *. et. ned,.the sig- should not let th...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…1 1 1..11 .4Y..1 1kA.2JS L. J...' &AA1 1 ~eria~tKees EropianConiU1Imr L:.EoUwer Chamber "Ccnrdit on ifl Eropre seem to be In Italy he met Chaseh r Ia ~greatly improved, but to the superfic-i- and Horace L. Davis, ' al observer, whro can Qny ee the! known in that country a suxfac; teris o dfinteintrcaian;omeo and Orio Davelli, suac, heeisnodeint idiato Mr. Stanley said that itI of the progress that has been made,"nesarfoAercn according to Prof...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, SCHOOL Of EDUCATION ~h TOGVE[W ID"The TIV |E f I a - ----------------- _ 1 i r ome of Hart Schaffner and Marx" l*: I Corbettis Collegi C Part Time Subjects To Be Offered Graduates As Innovation Next Fall SIX HOURS IS MAXIMUM Part time courses for persons whose occupations are such as to afford them only a limited part of their time for study, will be an innovation of the School of Education beginning with t...…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DILY WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 1937 -n.----. _____---___________ ...NSDY A 1~12 ,, " CONSTANT ACT! VITIES WILL OCCUPY ISTUDENTS DURING FRESHMAN WEEKI i (k'orfn'in1 d fl-mm Page 01nc) ) etter able to adv}Se the studIents re- Notbniy J b55 u, also flkaiay g-aiding their studies. fleids of specialization ill be cov- "(fnr Suday afternoon every fresh- ered. A scsvee:of rcund Itable confer- k ran wrill be ur ged to at tend the tmices'...…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…)RCAME 4T WQ I .THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY_ 18, 1926 PAGE ~~'1WQ THE MICHIGAN DAILY POLES DESIRE NEW MEN, NO't POLICIESIISIlNs DENIAL SOCIETYI :EInfrsilce Of witos Into Premiiershiip Made 4'couj ) 'Eif: tOnly A Matter PILSUDSKI IS STRONGI WARSAW, May 17.-When it be- came evident a month ago that. Po-i land was heaxdd towa rd revolution andl~ as new government. would follow that of Skrzynski, students of the sit- uation realized tha...…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

… THE MIC444G N .D-A-1- L Y SATURDtAY, E-A"-8,42--t . . . TH..M.C...........L... ___ imwmmw. mill 11111111 AIR STOCK PURCHASED By GENERALI MOTORS Acquisition Of Control Of Fokker Concern Makes Company Third To Enter Air Field THREE CONCERNS IN DEAL NEW YORK, May 17.-(R)-The Genral Motors corporation today was in virtual control of the Fokker Aircraft corporation, mak- ing it the third large automobile company to enter the airplane field....…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…uii~~ TONIGHT sDiscovery 'gurgle Amateurs Scheduled Reveals Mystery To Fall Be fore' DAIL)J King Names Him Ulster Speaker, YfY I Y / DIY ii1wY IV I p1i i iiMllwiY ^r )Is , Y Men r, - - Symphoany Orchestra Will1 t Sulte from Gustal, Holst's "Th~e Perfect 'Fool" CHILDREN'S CONCERtT TO BiE OFFERED THIS AVTER,-Oo-N The local debuts of Florence M1a,- bethi, sopranop of the Chicago Opera company, and Giuseppe Dan ise, bari- : tone of the M...…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…ALM 3 MATER n II t Six Years toI oscow is be- uilding activ- rears duiing private build- itutions were isrepair, both private indi- throes of a What authorities believe to be unique in the history of this campus is the dedication of the latest book of Bartow A. Ulrich, '64L, which is made to the University of Michigan. There is no other record in the library of a similar token -of appreciation to this University According to'Librarian W....…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… __ .. . II i -,1J'.; ,, : .... " " f ." " .;,:r . * li.i _...... S TEAM LEAVES ITEASTERN MATCHES tell meet the Wolverines. Fisher is the fourth player. Big Day at Cornell Saturday is Spring day at Cornell,{ and in addition to the tennis matches AR with Michigan the Red crew rows against Princeton, and the baseball left team takes on Yale. nts This trip is one of the most am- of bitious ever planned by the Varsity ntic tennis team,...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…^. F "'" " " A" " r . , . ..,i Howr Wolverines Won from Purdue MEET ,e been ,rschol-' 21 and and as ,cted in 't is as Michigan AB Knode, ss.....5 Kirch, if......4 Perrin, rf.......... 4 Van Boven, 2b .... 4 Mraz, 3b .......... 4 Genebach, c ........6 Newell, lb .........;3 Lan'genhan, of ..... 2 Ruzicka, p .. 4 Soheidler, p .......0 H 0 1 1 0_ 0. 0 1 .0 H OA 4 14 2 2 0 1 1 "0 3 51 .0 02 0 71 2 10 0 01 0 10 3 00 0 ntered a list of o...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

… ,.w . - r" .,,,, , sn r" s--- - Girls' Glee Club Rooms For Summer j itories soon to be erected, T, cordingly was relieved of the I Off 3 I I{ TALS OF LANTERN s to Meet for Procession Tuesday, Block "M" to be Formed on 1FRESHMEN T~O GIVE PAGEANT; W. A. A. TO PRESENT AWARDS Final and complete arrangements have been made for the festivities pro- per to Lantern night which will take plac at 5 o'clock on Tuesday evening at Palmer fi...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

…-41"" PTHE MICHIGAN DAILY ..... KELLOGG TO ADDRESS COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Two Honor Students Receive Fellowships v PORTABLE TYPEITI1ThRS Corona, Underwood, Remington, iRoyal. We have all makes. colored duco finishes. MORRILL, __ . _ " , . I Two English students, John M.7 bertson of the University of GI Dr. John H. Kellogg, superintendent of Christ church, Oxford, have b of the Battle Creek sanitarium, will awarded fellowships at the Univ...…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

… AVEDNESM~1Y-, MAY 187-1927 . ...A....,w,, . THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'atf TTT3ht3 - ,. _ ___ ".. r BO ARDMAKE CANE IN REGISTRATION DATE Action Taken In February With Idea Of Making Boll Semsters Equal hIn egtl TO CALL CLASSES MONDAY Important changes in the dates of registration and the date for the opening of the school next fall have been made by the Board of Regents. These chang'es wllnot appar ii' the annual announcements for the year 19...…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

…TIUESDAY, .AY 18, 1926 Announce Increase Of Lieutenancies In Reserve Corps commissions in the Reserve Corps' will be given to thirty five R. 0. T. C. members of the '26. graduating: class, it was announced yesterday. The number of second lieutenants -in the Org~tnized Reserves will be ma- terially increased at the °6nd of t'he school year by the graduations of R. 0. T. C. men from numerous col- leges throughout the country. The -Uniiversity of...…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…SSAiTtU1I bAY, A-7 1 , 'W -THE MTCHT YA , r . . + * + " F ax ' = ' - - - m .... ; Il0: SCDOL0[PRESIDENT WELCOMES STISON rftE AS NEW SECRETARY OF STATEL |MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE PROBING PURCHASE ILLANu P PFA _. ( XF IT M'' NFW PAPFR . TOCK r 4 '%-Y1 U.A. L Z. L.J.Lt ,K %-F V, .A.. A. ..kU...LJL v A L..P.J. IL 4V V Vs r ] J.a. -d h. V 3 -- as UNUSUAL ADVANTA FOR SUMMER SS I ZLIMINATION OF CREDIT FOR COURSES FEATURES NEW PLAN ATTEMPT I ...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

…-mr E DAILY D 11t i5 - ation ceremonies for the new of the Women's league will n Friday, Mai 20, instead of rnoon as was announced in v Sunday. Money for all evenQ; which havo been given for the benefit of the University of Michigan League build- 'ing fund, must be turned in by June 1 to Neva Lovewell at her office in Barbour gymnasium, so that the com- petitivo charts may be com piled. Checks should be made payable to the Michigan League...…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…t 1 I" iVAl-&i.JJ3%I 1LJ't1L I i +a . ^ t 'nom _ ti . .e . X Calendar BASEBALL At Home -Chicago at Ann Arbor. -Wisconsin at Ann Arbor. -Ohio State at Ann, Arbor. -Alumni game at Ann Ar- -National Collegiate Athlet- tion. meets at Chicago. Abroad -Illinois at Urbana, Ill. -Iowa at Iowa City, Iowa.1 -Notre Dame at South Bend,, TRACK, At Rome -- Michigan interscholastic rbor. / Abroad -Chicago at Chicago. 2 - Western Conference' ships at I...…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…Directory? Satisfaction is mmand if you patronize our .-Adv. E AR m R LG Uf. . PAT VFF. HEEL WALKING SHOES t outdoor Walkover for Women. ly a sport Sbce but worn by womren e for city wear. Made with the. new Ile pattcrns in black and bicvn calf. PRICE $10.00 )ver .Ioot Shop South Main Street It ; I LASIFITHIS N ACLOSES ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M. LOST AND FOUND A jewelled basket shaped pinf day night, also a pair of long- gloves Sunday. Ple...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…Wtomen d & Co., 311 1 1 7 jIs, TY OF CHICGO SCHOOL' 11 i' 1 ICourses open i sity dur For DEAN OF LAW er- OFI .w will shorten the traditional periods of ,d Colleges. Usually' one faculty of the, same superi'or Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in Lane hall. A pot-luck supper will be given. All members are requested to bring knife, fork, spoon, cup, and plate. Members of the Junior Girls' play cast may receive ...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…FHI CHIGAN DAIL CIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE MIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ished every morning except Monday the University yearby the Board in )l of Studlent Yutl1'cations. bers of Western Conference Editorial ation. Associated Press is a elusively en- o the use for republication of all news les credited to it or not otherwise d in this paper and the local news pub therein. red at the postoflice at Ann Ar'or, an, as second class matter. Special rate ta...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, I .. _ _ _ _ Publislhed every morning except Monday during te University year by the Board n Control of Student Publications.- Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all newsj dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news pub-j fished herein. Entered at the postofice at Ann Arbor Mic...…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1927 _I Published every morning except Monday &turng the University year by the Board in Contrel of Student Publications. Members of Western Conference Editorial ;Assocation. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches creditedrto it or not otherwise ;credited in this paper andthe local news pub- lished therein. Entered at the postoffic a...…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

…r PACE FOUR NAM THE MIf-CIAN fDAILY 'TTF T)AY. 'MAN'$ 13t-1O4A . .VNA.C ..,JI.C . *~ . _ _ _-. f iU.LSttaLtil.Xi iYltlY ic7x 1:+.:r NOW" i Published every morning except MonAay during the Universi year by the Boar in Control of Student ublications. Members of Western Conterence Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credi...…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…. ' PACE FOTIM THE MICHIGAN V A ILY I 6ATLJRIDVY, IMA Y 18,i1 2 I 1o ___ Published every morningaecept Monday duig the University a b the Board in Control of Student Publitions. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Preos is exclusivel en. titled to the use Por republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news pub. lished herein. Entered. at tke p...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 4

…- - - - - - 'THE MICHIIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL -N819APER OF TUIE UNIVERSITY 01F JUCII1Wi Published every morning except Ivlonday ring the' University year by the Board in ntrol of Student Publications Memibers of Western Conferenice Editorial sociat ion. The Asscciated P~reys is exclusively en- led to the use for republication of all news spatches credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper and the local news pub- sed therein. Enitered a...…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…V L.lHJ...I mes fl E TECH DELI- [ANT MATCHj ng a superior brand of tennis n's Varsity tennis men had lit- culty in taking over the Car- ech team at Pittsburg Tuesday,f score of 5 to 1. It'had been ex- ;hat the Plaid net artists would much greater opposition than thcoming but only one Tech was able to win his match, Reindel losing to the Plaid Neville. in Merkel won a well played from, Schwartz, number one ian. His superior speed and ss wer...…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…______ ThEMICHIGAN DAILY . a ,.Thom- )n. Also "The The Tex- dy, "The rnational PORTRAIT OF DEAN VAUGHAN IS GIFT OF SENIOR MEDIT4S The senior medical class will pre- sent, as its gift to the University, an enlarged portrait of Dean Victor C. Vauhan, of the Medical school. The picture is of considerable size and will be placed in the Medical building. For its gift, the senior homoeop class has also chosen a picture. It will be a large frame...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…Wedding. Bells," Salisbury Field's anedy which is being produced this ek at the Garrick-Detroit,. opens h the dilemma of one Reggie Cart- who has been divorced, is to re- rry on the morrow, but discovers t he still loves his first wife. When e his former wife's quick wit and n understanding are' brought into y, the knot which Reggie makes his affairs is untangled; but before rescues him, the comedy has run ough three acts of merriment. red," ...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…i- May U S': Second Annual Celebration Close ,4 With Passing Of Freshmnan Class ENTERTAIN FATHERS WITH GOLF, PARTIES, AND L4ANEj', Michigan's second annual Fathers' Day came to a successful close last night with the passing of the freshirnsn class. At the conclusion of the cere- monies many of them -prepared to re- turn to their various homes and Michl- gan felt satisfied that her fathers were well entertained during their noO gist, Fauro...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

…, MAY 18 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY now ILVA =W' A-'wA Z M 2S _ JUNIOR TEAM PC Students Keep Diary As Part Of Work U I i LnIn Intimaite Writingr Reoorts Binkley FIRST IN CLASS EET Losee Is Highest Individual Scorer; Zauer, Appelt, And Mlclurray Also Are High Scorers SOPHOMORES TAKE SECOND Taking four firsts and tieing for three second places with a score of 36 1-2 points, the juniors won the interclass swimming meet at the Un- ion pool...…

May 18, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAoC IVIl . . OIL M EWAIA !) T IAfIIf[WlLFT RTVLantern Night Aides TE |uvut W0L HIL L TRY I 1 d DIETITIILNflhIII fL !And Leaders Chosen 0 TTII fClass aides for the Lantern night procession to be beld ', May 24 have, Expert Ditian Will Supervise Kit- 'been selected by the Lantern night E------ci-mmittee as representative women TO ELECT JUNIOR Sylvia Stone, Marian Kerr, Jean Camp- REPORT MADE ON PLAY COMMITTEE e mee...…

May 18, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 170) • Page Image 5

…TJESDAY, MAY 18, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Aw ;., s CI ) o .s i - . i 0 PICNIC SUPPER. TO BE FEATURE UF TRADITIONAL LANTERN NIGHT Program For Annual Ceremonies* Also Includes Class Procession Starting At 8 O'clock ILL FORM BLOCK "MW . . fPicnic suppers,amulti-colored hoops, senior lanterns, a freshman pageant, and a block "M" will be featured to- night in the traditionalLantern night 4 ceremonies. The supper will begin at 5:30 o'cl...…

May 18, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…SATURDK, MAY 18, 1929 THE FMICHTIAN FlATLY PAGE FTYI ... .. .. .. ... .. .. . ..... wp p . .. ,.. .,,.. A \ w,....«.,.. .. "' ( ILVAVA-M U NWWAW = i ' . A? W7-q~,,~ '4 4-- - ,. ..._. . ..._. ,._._._ .a. _...., _... r._.... - , , ,.. . NUMBF WOMEN TOSUZANNE FREEMAN NUNIE Or WOMENTDRAMATICS IS F "The drama is my chief interest," states Miss Suzanne Freman, who' comes to Ann Arbor beginning I Monday, May 20, to be the leading IL U...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY , , . 1 1 ". I I.. . I - I ' . , " ,- S PEAKS ON~epTheir Eyes 19 P0GRSS, Victims" Of _. 4 __ _.... .. .. . . _ ,..:, on American Chinese Bandits Safe now in the Senior class. IV Where, 0 where are seniors? Where, 0 where are seniors? Where, 0' where are seniors? the grave, the 'grave, thle grave+ Y Where, 0 wbere are the giddy, faculty? old jwhere, 0 where are the giddy, faculty'? old, Where, 0' where are. the gidd...…

May 18, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…ENTIO tat Firepro ot be Associated Press) Li., May 17.-Varying su tive to future skyscrap red by Chicago architec t of fire damage here Burlington and Quin iding, one of the tyl Daily, Gargoyle W3attic Saturday. With the annual DAILY-gargoyle. baseball game but a few days hence, of reports from the gargle camp show that 'spirits' are lacking among the few remaining players. After several weeks of strenuous effort, only three diamond men are ...…

May 18, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN AILI .. i. FICIAL BULLETIN ESDAY, MAY 18, 1921. Number 159. o the Deans: 'e will be a conference of the Deans today at 10 a. m. . M. L. BURTON, President. h Club, University of Michigan: account of the conflict with the opening concert of the May Festi- Research Club will hold its May meeting on the evening of the :ead of the 18th. H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.; Faculty: regular weekly meeting will be held Thurgday at 12:15...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…I I i Tickets for the Dixie club dlance to be held at the Country club Satur- day night are on sale at the billiard room desk at the Union. Junior team:' Pitcher, Alice Beck- a.m; catcher, Eleanor Stephenson ; rst baseman, Alice Hinkson; second aseman, Quinneth Summers; third aseman, Josephine McGuineas; short- op, Phyllis Wiley; center field, Ern- stine Hall; right field, Florence Fox; ft field, Katrina Schermerhorn. Sub- ttutes: Narcena B...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

… = Wp; Ilia CWWIIIiIiIIIWID) ,....+ 10NINE BEATS Bo CR ' Cia A R H POA E fes, 2b_......... .400020 Kipkre,f ......4 2 1 1. 0 0 A r. lachman, if .. ,.....,3 0 1 " 1 0 0 WO VE IES"Btt, c...........30 0 80 0 Hiagerty, 3b.....4 0 11 1 0 t5[llman,ss f.. ,......4 0 0 3 3 2 (Continued from Page One) ilsnlb ...,......4 1 2 9 1 0 summary $tgr, rf .......4 0 1 0 '0 0 Crst Inning: 31chigan. Giles AfW&ed Jabbly, p ,.... ,......3 0 1 1 3 0 o ce...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…___________ ______TMI MtGCAN GAILY ARSITY TEAMS LEAVE FOR CONFERENCE CONTESTS WILDCATS TO 0PPOSE Cellar Occup ants Will Try To End Run Of Nine Straight Defeats Against Michigan Team FRED ASBECKWILL PITCH PROBABLE LINE UPS Michigan Northwestern Nebeltung, ef Jacobs, cf Loos, ss Welsh, If Lange, rf Kadison, 2b Corriden, 2b Johnsos, ss Oosterbaan, lb Palmer, rf Weintraub, 3b Foster, c McCoy, If Holleb, lb Reichman, c Izard, 3b Asbeck, p Mc...…

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