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January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 5

….tIAftY 18, 1J23 THE MICHICAN DAILY LAST OF U. S. TROOPS ON IRHIVE TO RETURN ON SHIP ST. MIHIEL erably more about machinery," he Roland W. Boyden, unofficial observer O RDIN SIrN PUNS declares. "Then, in the course of a few for the United States. years agricultural machinery will ap- pear in that country. Hundreds of Representative Thomas, Democrat, "O f i - " I E IEbushels of grain will be produced Kentucky, a member of the house ju- W...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 5

…s ° ° THE MICHICAN DAILY ~~ ~ ca." This latter talk will be at 8 Father of Professor Ford :Dies 1 o'clock in room 306 of the Union. I Prof. W. B. Ford of theinathemut- :1essays ;coymprise thy- collec"tion, two of,"N paperC onscience" was R which 1have already Lbeen aulished iin prnt< i ed iithe AmericnnJournal ics department, yesterday receivedc G LEE C UBS WILLodof the death of his father, Syl- CONSIDER 'TOUR' Ford andl his family left A...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 5

…_______________________________THE MICHICGAN DAILY PAt:R x y kt p ..- y ,,. , 14.,...E U U. Al I f I Ig I; El1 k " fY N k a 1 '4 'Y" f * {" Ii~. r r .2t4. , -g/- r,1 f t g A.... ......... . . . . . . . .e - r M- ., '.1/fILI CAVE girl, daughter of Eve--stripped of her jazz Eand her bold fri volit xI what's the modern flapper really like? Ras she a head, and does she use it? Is she daring, unselfish, resourceful? DE MILLE showed you...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

…______'_'__ TE MICHIGAN DAILY H Newvs From The~ Other Colleges M .----_Do You Know.' sity, formed for the purpose of en-;tmen students here. Thirty girls What are the literary societiesan - ~ t i i - Iiiitc f m rtx f ind c~ f r tf l a tn l rr roSn _t a_ a, , I - tertaiILI1IviitI.1~ingtaiiis ThLe firi s it; atedCutl astweeW~k and aRnther dvrees Sy stniof Elec f(tinslun society of thixs type was formed not; group expects to start this week. T...…

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...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, NOVEMIER 1, 1923 THE MICHICAN DAILY PAGE FIVE one with a book that is simply funny; some must have art along with humor. For such a person the Wallet of Rai Lung, by Ernest Bramah (Geo. It. Dor- It is obvious that nations cannot ex- an Co., $2.50) was written. The wit, ist as nations uner Christianity. In- the keen satire of the Chinese philos- deed, not even a league of nations opher and story teller attract the could then exist. B...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SU.'i)AY , P125551 A 'Y 1 12;THE MICIGAN DAILY k [ T; 5i 7Ie february Chimes AGAWINTERS Tli . 21)1 ~~ k1o1 OililY .. idiS: t11:ir .S IC is'Vase-'',. I- heri . '(' iso " i'..' 2 1t Is}- a ' p , Is l- ii a i ; 11 'av 11. a s nA little2 su t t ii' 5it Gs u s i i i i li17'1it (ills 55 ii ti 1 itsaein eal ' i l i Is I uaa P int \-Ip' lii it ' 21l<iii a I ii f, ,w 'k-I h l l ~ i e e l t is ass"thv 3 c ilI Oife * (1 i !. ii ':- ! licisi his I It'I w...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 5

…i rt 1 SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE SUDY-A. 1,12 H MCIA AL A - The March Chimes AGA WINTERS Chin es' Theatre issue, which appear- gbt hge-wagon offends my esthetic ed ist 'Wednesday, is a typical vaude- sense. Lew Harlan slithers into the ville show-colorful, varied, dazzling, limelight once more with another and, after the first shock of amaze- eIs(tch of Town and Gown :poetry. isvent has ipassed, disappointing. Th...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 6

…,I'I * OTX Oi E MICHIGAN DAILY _______ _ , _ - CQAHESGIV HVAS ITY .STI B R I L N Pers G~et, I divid ual jet enI iou Fr RAITA -tfln lUf Colgate Tackles Tough Schedule As It Points For Ancient Rival W.ELLS WiINS GOLF" Mlk~ Eve 0l 1 11111!1 sI rulg "J;o 1$ , ity1' lwEVREi t'TI )111A1ON SC HE DULE FOR IEATAII) Ei{OF' WE K With the Ohio game onl3*~y o (days away, Michigan's gridders continue t) work behind closed gat~es in strlenu- ous,...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 6

…4 If HE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, . _.---- _.. , () s ) ry oi e M >. ' . t ..YMrr. M"m a .. ... ol 10 111111 loll a.ix .'ar ts stn max. .. ...> rtca: I JUIRED LIST G U-W S Mal ITY D YOSTMEN OVERCOME RELY9LEA ANDREMAIN IN BIG TEN AE (Continued from Page One) .t The Cardinal field goal came late inf THE LINEUP the opening period after a 35 yard run WisToisini Miclilga by Taft, the outstanding player of Iris...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…" THE MIkGAN DAILY . TURJY N mom .. '.*.r.waw+n ._ ,.., ur i ,.. y,. a 4 ! IRCKREATEM SPORT SNAP SHOTS fl 14How old is Jess Willard'? T.he rec- pointed out thait the or ganization in FuB T IL R CES od ooks issyued at the tune xhenI question may notaet a player Willrd irs uY.dehi~tl~)CdTh fraom the 'major iJeague asociations a witehop bak i~ 112 avehimduring the coning seasonx. aownhirty-sp bcixnow.2The rhirds These leagues, are the Ameri...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…TH% UDAE MICHIGAN DAILY uA~i . . -, / - .. B . f ._ 4 ,... , COACHi FISHFR WELL PLEASEBa IITH good with most any other teaninate", n r m ra tm but little has been tried for the fresh- m.an r nrt.rot pornlitted to indlulge in W -} g 1Rir ti w d e-.A Iw ginesexcpt wth te Vait ally 9*aes xe pt witoah Fhe Vr hsity I'n sem ifinals or the inter-fra icrl- £ ltl eseres n Coc Fiop md vYd- n ity basketball (chainpiow"Ilup will be played on the...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ ,. "-.... fir"'..°°sw"° :. :"' "" wns ". ,. ili7i MUM II Y IY i .. MMMA" 1 . 3 ..... ... a ..:'y .. COBBiVEs MEN Special Practice Handed Out to Bot Infield and Outfield by Georgia Peach DEL PRA TT' GOING GOOD WITH REST OF DETROIT INFIELDERI Augusta, 0a., March 17.-Tyrus Cobb is not going to take his squad of diamond stars and put them in action before he has a chance to give them a few of his ideas. . During...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHICAN DAILY w. ........... s" --' ra. 00 AO r, ciMiHUtil ) ; .. . ,. .LS00HS[SH HLPEPAHATWON FUR OHIO -TILTi \STARS WHO WILL ENTER DRAKE RELA YS NEXT WEEK' l i' her Cives Easy Woirkout Af- er Return From Southern Trainhig Trip H'H, GAES BRING OUT IRAL W'EANESSES IN MENI h Fisher's Varsity baseball had a light workout on Ferry esterday after1oon in prepara- r the Ohio State game Saturday Dn. of the men were tired out af...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…TEt1 ,: ~ ._... . ; IWO A fu al ., ,. ,. y . . + + r...r.~. .... . .. . ,., .. . ... . , EIIS AIDED R WEATHER0 'Wolverine Athlete Of Years Ago Still Stars As Time Creeps On I I,NTERSOHOLASTICS ION SLATE TODAY 5. AIi t kLSiAIM ONME FRGSR MIAMOND ME ....r... ,.. Trhrongs. of, college athletes have roce Mean Sboliong Trprovemnti As Ohio :Meet Ap- proachies LE DIF fCITY EXPEiCTED} ITIF BURVE CINDERt MEN ir weather stimrul...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,;NOVEMBR 1, 1923 B ( k I boasts the resounding title of "Dean' couldn't if they wanted to. cine-which explains much which ap- B O 1 of the: School of Literary Arts, Re- In spite of all this, Mr. Fagin has pears in the magazine, even unto the search University, Washington, D. C." some hope. He feels that someday, advertisements. Why Our Newspapers somehow the American short story are at Nadir, by Roy L. McCard...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 6

…tPAfE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1912 BO -Ii < .t 1 T 1 :f , i I THlE WOR~L I\ FIAStEI'AtE by'rTe tlatity. the siotlicityof Ut'Itt'stylei George lean athan. Alfred A. lott swin our str.detadbott tnt or-M Knopf. i'leto001 admitaion. I tclnictrtl siti1. iefevted ity'Rober tiBarron lity. assredy it louas sisbeyotdi c iticism. I admit i. Ii.waas the oty persto,,oris ,his tehniqu a thing .il at, aibout l<' place who liatinotr...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE& SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SLNKDAYMARCH 1.9, Y23d a man twice her age. As she grows{ wine o life, can hecone intoicated Odr, she is occasionally seared with with theljo of living and te hp the brand-iron of ealison, 'this girl o hpi B O~ with a remarkable ability to -w ott-a in the world by accepting a few She has lve-afairs, she earns, here cotonopaces, witaout draining the -iT.own livng, she lives in ais where' glass to the last poisonots ...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 7

… '1AY, OCTODE~R 18, 19 23 TI I1 MICIGANDAIL COLUMN L-ASN-IF COLUMN CLOSES ' AT3 P.M. ;pPVERTISIleiG AT 3 P.M. I I 0 DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES 19c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for three or Xnore insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. Charged at. the rate of 1I2c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 7

…SUPr'DAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THIS 1 NI CLOSE$ CLOSES AT 3 P.M, ADVERtTISING AT 3 P.M. ILOST--Priday betvween W llhirdl and Tappan Sts., mink neck. piece. Re- w ard. 1221 Willard. Ph11one ? 6 !f- . 217T OF DI'AWNING instruments. Lib:- eral Reward. If found please call 347.-J.! BLUE SILK umbrella. Reward. Pl'nO' 99f' Thff kinds. Experienced workn aflship. MRS. 1R. T.FI EAM gi11 Thompson.. Phonie 2764-W. W ANTEDI NOTICE...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 7

….R 8 9STKE MICHIGAN DAILY" k -IIreserves. The coach plans 'to senq urday night for the game against the Iuhirni0% i Aggis as he does not want to, ta.kc j the chance of losing any more of his [men before the game with the Evans-, Capttain Ely, ClIPP011' Uiible to Playsir it much more imnportant to hlavq In_ Comning Encounter wvith . the team in shape to play iits Coner_', 1TOrt fvesterll ence games than to make too mnuchf of the M.A.C. tilt...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

…,________ IIIF MICHIGAN DAILY SG1 EVENi Horseshoe Champ "' nurmnrn ZiLOSES 'O INDIANA MI C h IG7AN-7 To Defend mTtteFISHER l Is PLSE -- xWITH YEAR'LINI3S (Continuied from Pag-e Ono) I~C anf lsecnd ii'the 401 yard free stryle aptdin Clitirchman and Moore di- viddindividual honors for the ve Michigan and Cornell first met in an tors. indoor track mncet in 1920 when t he Wei olverine tank nienf led hy jformier won with 4X2 1-2 points again...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY"" ' l1 LI-TC-A COBB BNKS I THISL ER e - By Jack Keene The education of Jimmy O'Connell. X75,000 beauty of the Giants, is now 'under way. There are several things helhas to'iearn about the art of play- ing ball as they play it under the bi; tent. Wherefore John McGraw is de' termined that he shall learn and the training of the youngster has begun Being an apt pupil, O'Connell is lear- ning quite rapidly and by the time ...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 7

…THE MICIGAN DAILY________ I THIS COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.m. IPhihippies Send" YoungPoliticitan To Post In U.S A XISING NOTICE .. , WAN TEA 'The following Box Replies are at the Daily Office; BC, DM, PDU, 18, BA. MI&CHIGAN DAILY~ CLASSIFIED.. RATES Classified Rates. Two cents a word ada~y, paid in advance. MininuIr charib for first ply, 25c. Minimum theefter, 20c. Thri'ee cents per wvord per day if chared. White space charged for a~t rata...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…r TH IS 1COLUMN ICLOSES IAT 3,P.. ER TI SINGE' . .Y... ..,--..- sare at tas 12, B3C, 18,i wvo cents a 'word: zince. Mtnlmumn ~25c. Minimum cents per word t.White space tf fide cenits per s, charged only JFOR SALE FOR SALE-Two tickets for Sathr afternoon and Friday evening ci certs, first floor. Call 6119-P. betw( 1 and 6 p. ni. 1( F~OR SAIE-3 tickets for Friday nil concert, seat 18, row C, second _b cony. Call hill, 2613-.I after C p. 1...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18; 1923 THEMICHIGAN DAILY PAGE S"VEN PLAYS then calmly dropped it on the floor, evening was that of Edward T. Gibson ought to be thoroughly entertaining (Continued from Page Two) and also when he threw another to the as Thorold in the Maesfield play. He and interesting, and if by that time while she was before us. I still main- ceiling. To me the perfect natural- convinced with his portrayal of the you have recovered from Mr....…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, +Efliti AtY 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE: SVEN it that I am inclined to think ithat the black ag-ainst the blue, faintly utter- expurgation has been rather light. ing their wail of ae cry. To give an idea as to the plot I hove "On the other side of the Ponibo, or found the following: o nthe other side of the tBenmbe, some- .Bissibingui arrived. one was singing: Eating Mayt Be a Hiabit! "Fy-hey -- yalta - ho!, .F tiMle was a handson...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MA RCH 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PGE SEVEN HIGH BUILDINGS (Continued fruns Page Three) as retainers. Over two hundred archi- tects prticipated at an estima ted cost to the competitors of nearly' one baltt miltion dollars. The site, 100 by 139 feet, is one of ttie most importanat in Chicago. Up to a height of 260 feet, thits entire area could be usedt for office pttrptoses; beyond this, to a heigt of 400 feet, ati ares limited to ...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN TH IHGNDAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921 ,. W Sousa First On Concert Series t J, C~~r1' y "r:%.~r * ~* *: Y Liut-om oh hii Sua n the rea ban whch earshisnam wil pe te 92-92 Etr cncr seie wenh apersnxtModa evnigin'Hl adioiu . osai thecoposr f anyofthemot famusmarhe eer ritenan i LeogiedasotheJousPhilinSusaand theducomor of many ofnthetmont ' WHT'SGOING ON ( ~THURSDAY1 1200-Dental faculty lunch in Union. 3:30 - Deans' Advisory ...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

…EIGHT TH-E 'MICHIGAN DAILY SUXD A Y, NOEU3R 1S, 1121 Likens Cannibal He Discovers I "Lost Israeli ites1W HAT'S GOING ON SUND)AY 9 :30-U~niversity Men's bible class meets in Upper room in Lane hail. 12 :00-Prof. Bruce Curry speak,, on Ithe bible, Congregational church rforum. 12:00-Baptist students' bible class i meets at Guild house. ". :00-(Pltlippine-Mfieligau club iiectN at Lane hall. Professor Hayden to :10-11iiidustan club ,.meets in L...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 8

…r* TI TE MICHI~GAN DAILY D A ILY OFFICiAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3.20 D. m. (11:30 a, . .Saturday.) V1olumo : THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1923 Number S4 Dean's Advisory Committee, Col lege ofLiteraiure, ,0Sciwe, and the Arts: There is urgent need for a very short meeting of the Committee at noon, Thursday, Jan. 18, in the Dean's office. JOHN R. EFFINGER. F...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…"iTI THEMICHIGAN DAIL\" DA ILY -OFFICI AL. BULLtE T I N Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ofj the University. Copy received until 3:lSO v. 'gy.. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.) Volume 3 SU DAY, FEBRUARY 18, 192"Number 90 FF.s' To All Students: It is requested that all students who have changed their ad.dress since the last sementer call at the office of the Dean *of Students, Room 2, U~ni- 'versity Hall, and till ...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 8

…_____________TI I E MICI GAN DATLE___ --r- THlsIS COLUMN CLOSES AT.3 Pd.$ LASSIFIE A DVERTI SING TIS COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M. i CLASS IFI E S C©UMNCLSES AT 8P M DO YOU K1NOW w ve have the ms Icompletely equipped plant in the country for Repairing, Refinishing, and tUpholster ing oftoin initure? rPhone '381-W. P. P.iHarding 88-21 !. 1. , : '. The writers named are to speak on! 7D 0 Lthe literary lecture course, composed D o ou K now 1...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 8

… Is n~n should 'clock ot assemhblyI on treasurer. The secretary will be Al Ofl McDonald and the mnaager E. C. JJ/Iarvel Besdes the officers, the board of directors includes Ray Dolph, .Lana H scock, Guy Cross, R. 0. Donisteel, Eugene Stein, and Russel A. Dodge. Dodg;e is a University instructor in engineering mechanics. 1 a f, L 'a - -i 9 Mr~e~ I!, ,vii irat.hon dancers whio touredI I CKETSTOR PClHifI f L 'U' 11 rce ;i tes after they had ...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 8

….:1rIQAN DA0 L.. Warren. They will confer with tw O F CL a the Bult~n isconstru~ctive notice to afllmembers, of y'. Copy received until 3:30 D. ma. (11:30 a. ml. Sahurdsy.) FRIDAY, MAY'18i, 193:3 Nuher 1$7 ,rtif~cate Fees: pre days remain, including today, for the actual' paymen~t rof the University of the fee payable by any person re-celv- r ~certificate at Commencement, 1923. Such pay netts can- after 4:00 p. mn., Tuesday, M.1y,22. SH...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 8

…PA(L E:GJT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1923 , IGT THE-MIC GAN DAILYNDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1 9i There may somewhere be a man whodoes jinot appreciate good service, but we never have met him Every department of this large institu- tion is devoted to giving you service, the best that is humanly possible. Proof that people like this service is evi- denced in rapidly increasing business. Our drivers are courteous and busi- ness-like. Our...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 8

…tiP T ~~~~THE MIi fIGdAN DAlE Qt Y Ci-t-tYI,1 t Io- .nntaro the Ktn too tloiiiti. r o r toev.with a oertiion, J i/ kinig Lt/1 r >/CSfe ow- to re ,ttto to atter, rtot -t iet n0ci telte 0 err -,(irxtlilot t-Cta ein u are 1itioji -mten tn opi- tatc:: . . : E 1 I ttto ite AiA Onti ' tticiasTi.the ate ,i , det aup~oTheioadthelaoir 'I -ttot ,rA roit itfland ./. ortsupport af the poe. tt adIlin tant p ere err yi It:-fon Outt'rtll- iv [.r 2 ig tsttanc...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 8

…P EIGHT TH-MC G NDAILY - - m ~cTTHE MICHIGANDAL SUNDAY, MARO'1 18, 192:.3 ?ortks /> Sn ASTEIR approaches-and women everywhere are planning their wardrobes for Spring. To delay ac- ~ltion i adopting the new Spring stles is to lose the zest of originality in wearing them. Modes for individual needs and for every occasion are being presented in the ready-to-wear section where shopping for Spring attire will be found a pleasure. The Suits The' Wra...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

…Section' Two LY Ar 4 Ar t Section ,,I Two I VOL. XXXIV. No. 49 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 PRICE, FIVE CENTS WOODMEN TO HOLD NATIONWIDE MEET: a I r } I SIKES, '16, WINS OPERATIC RENOWN Charles B. Sikes, '16, formerly a student in the School of Music, and while here considered one of the best of the younger singers in this section, has won fame abroad as an operatic singer of the first order. Mr. Sikes sang in the...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 9

…VOL. NXXII No. 09 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1923 mummnCURRENT WORLD EVENTS AS SEEN BY THE, CARTOONIST Grol Forges TII SHI CJ11-91 PUNS N- ~Satiric Weapons I IIU BANQUETMARCV N~l~ES /fFRlL~ff~AY%, Z1 O':For ParodCy Isu% D 60 QfiSUHENTRP1G ./S-WA/1 A//ID 6IAT!FI / Confirmation o curent rumors that. - the Gargoyle was planning to issue a Punrpose to houge Interin 11Ytorkibig publications numnber com~ as 'a '10 of S. C. A. and ( iua...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

…tion Y I Two I itprn E~it a Section Two IVo1 XXXIII xo-n13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1923 PRICE FIVE CENTS JUNIORGIRLSTO d~aing PlayeP.4 Iae Mch 1rauate lxperlenee Though Local Glbs SECULRED TO FTRN1.411MUSK, At the,,ist dress rehearsal of the h eteent h annual Junior Girls' play 004~ last evening in Harbour gymnas- urbth the, at and the choruses rive eviene that this production, Wih is to be presented -the evenings 'March...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 9

…-..io n Y A#r Albr ttl Section ITwo I two VOL. XXXIII, No. 141 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WF-T)NESDAY, APRIL 8, 1923 PRICE FIVE CENTS t .. ._ ._..,.. _ ,.. YOUG CIEF OF Alumnus Pleads FRANIGCEHIEDS Brand Of Mj Byiliunm A Spill, 96L. For Better I 'ichigan Publicity NM iYS hate 1.ody. It is a. condition that ani- Al NIBITHT teaethem. Our present hope ]s - BAND WILL PLAY I Cuban Senator MayBe Future IN CONCERT HEREI Envoy To U. ON!IV...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 10

… T IAE ,1 vHC-1iGAN DAILY SUN DAY , NOVEMBER 18, ULGARI A TURNS TO NEW PRODUCT K lan 0 a s P r o m So e n ne a ie For, Cobuldrn, /VUrdrc AVr~ of Exv- izardl Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. I7-(A.P.)- ! The production of tob~acco is fast su- p;ercetl'ng wheat growing in Bulgaria.j On:ce almnost exciusively a wheat rail- ing contry, todayi- Bulgaria has tenl acres in tobacco against of e in thea cereal. Pu1garian fartners were taken in toj Eur ope.n...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

…! tlt;P .,1-11%.*/113 (Continued from 'age 9) . and her mother is a gen r who would rather do the elf than ask Cora to spn tle old dishes il her nanicure. Sam, the brother-In-law, eases being a plumber when Cora hinks up the title "Sanitary Engin- er," and Hedrick (Buddy Messenger) s the little pest, a composite of every baby brother." "The Power of a Lie," the attraction >r Friday and Saturday, is a picture ith an all-star cast which i...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 10

…____ ____ ___ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY T THE THEA TERS' TheStage European Debts To Arcade Garrick (IDetroit) A m s Ceti ccii de Mille's Paramount produc- "h pigie.fYuh ste S"Adam's Rib" is the opening at- "h pigieo ot"i h 3tion on Sunday in which Anna Q. stage offering at the Garrick Theater When asked his opinion concerning 1 3son, Milton Sills, Eliott Dexter beginning Sunday night. This Uusi- the question of Europe's debts, Prof. i I Pau...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 10

…THE MI CHIGAN DAILY THEM HIAN AIL I A~rlumn3us W ants ii t ree tseems to mre is a s stclo~nnir;for muich. publicity.I LU versitv News The Amterican Medical Association, -"'Th American Bar Association, and KDirector N amed1 ilh, American Institute of Architects, could be inwcedl to meet in Ann Arbor (Continued from Page Nine) ai1th lt in AnAbo.Mc. You and they ^alike forget that this ma-de syrm nyous wv;ithi news in news- is a country of ...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 11

…DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN "DAILY TI-IF. MTCi-fTC~AM flATlY A. Cl ~JJ2J J~JA~Ji2J :k'Hlxt L LL+ ' MUSIC AND News From Other Colleges MiUSICIANS Idiana-Students and faculty mem- free transportation after it crosses hers have set to work to make plans the border. It will oppose the lead- DETROIT SYMPHONY CONCERT for the annual homecoming, which ing fives of Mexico. Katharine Goodson, the noted Eng- will take place Nov. 23-24. The ga...…

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...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAkOI 18, 1923 PA(- 4EIGHT r- - ".- I--: re..- a r _ - _ r ///of { j - .- 11- - / l r - - -a- , - - -- "X lli a 4I~ I 1O~ a- - - a - _ c --_ -= h-Sut-Th Wap Suhsatsed--okn fok-s hs - -tsylsaesovraie -tteyicue oflaru reed hn o te-rpefbis -oe orsotswa-ndfrdrs ccsos - - T eeaeci ltl prssut fcmlsar-h aetevdneta prnailflo veysragtlieevni-tesan uflsd jakt rasar, lue n jce.-hs deortia-n thtter eiinisaws- ,-= W apand Cat ...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 11

…___________ THE' MICHIGAN DALY__ ______________ VETERAN AMON01G TRoACKt COACHES 1PIRNIII All tak, under a decision aidopted by the association. Further, trainers and governing board of the German thor- jockeys are forbidden to handle such IS OMMTTE oghibred breeders' and horse-racers animals. Parinal,(direc torrof . ....................... ~r' THE DRAKE RELAX ME ET --APIRVL Z- 6 \;:46 (rTE !S A PETERANCO)ACH AND TRACK M 1AN) .s T'Y£AT T...…

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