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October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHEl WARMER; PROBABLY RAIN A6F "iit r tAg ALr A S;;flJA'~TED PRSS t 'ASE liRESERICE WESTI1ERN CON PEIENCE EITOR1AtL AsOClA TION VOL. XXXIV. No. 22 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS FOD A ND WEEKS MAY AT TEND I ELD HOUSE DEDICATION .NVITATIONS FAVORED BY BOTH MEN TO SEE GAME AND CEREMONIES DETROIT TO ENTERTAIN 1500 MARINES AND BAND Huge Parade To Be Held There Be- for...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER CLOUDY AND SOMEWHAT COOLER <L Ar Ar 4lut r Lu3 xll Section One TWENTY PAGES PRICE, FIVE CEN' VOL. XXXIV. No. 49 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1923 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, FIVE CEN -- r"--- - -' WALTON ARCHES T IN IDST OFTRIL STATES HE COULD NOT ENDURE+ SHAME OF UNFAIR PRO-. CEEDINGS ATTORNEY S ASTOUNDED A T ACT O F GOVERNOR Withdrawal Comes After His Council Fails to Introduce lian Angl O...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER WARMER; PROBABLY SNOW TODAY oom2p A61F Ar AWN t r t a n iIaiIu GIVE SUPPORT To ~ HE S. CnA; VOL. XXXIII. No. 84 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE F1VE CENTS IN WAITING -CAME AT CUCLfAL TURKS SEEMINGLY AFRAID OF BEING OUTPLAYED AT LAUSANNE BRITISH SECRETARY ANXIOUS TO GO HOME! EconomiC, Financial Matters Dela y Further Negotiaitions at Conference Lausanne, Jan. 17 - (By A. P.)-- The...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…I ITHE WEATHER SN4OW; CONTINUEI) COLD Y frt!Aa til Section One I' l TO1)AI. # # VOL XXXIII. No. 99 20 PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, l1923 20 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ft TO ETINDEMNITY: 2AI{TIAL LAW IS -MAINTAINED IN CITY; DISORIDERr IMMINENT TROOPS WILL REMAIN FOR FINES- COLLECTION Stategic P'oints Seized Including 'thef Post Office, Railway Station, Treasury Gelsinkirchen,,Feb. 17--(By A.. P.) ' --Gelsir khchen wa...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER' SO3ruWJ1 T COLDER~ TODAIN t Ag an Vol. XXXIII No. 123 EIGHT PACES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH i, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVEI OEITS 31 Iii / TR 00 LORADO TAFT TO GilE TALK HRE TUESDAYEVENING' WELJL KNOWN ARTISTT (V aAST LJ2CTITRE ON OR~ATUOR.- ICAL SERIES TOPIC IS "GLIMPSES OF ;r A SCULPTOR'S STUDJ091O" S4FNIOIIENGINEERS (C1O0SE E STICKS Fl CANE4 j , DA's Senior engineers have, chosen the cane which is to be carr...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…I L I An P~Ail1 One No.: 1 2 1'AG0ES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRILS 18, 1923 12 PAGES PRICE FIVEi cou Z-Ei 4 Y GI ES V' 1 " i (S A iy H [TO S Vtor s Gas Tax An d ens ttack ~OCENJ On Its Advocates IEAUR A viat lors Re.port No Lives Lost uring Three e MVonths .: f 1.Li k.xilA VD 1UN- Et [i 111ou , l April 17.---(,13y A. P.)-I ton, to Moundsville, WV. Va., to Wash- fc ft taity haZS been checked~ against ington, t...…

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...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…ii: IA an ~ai 4;l DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE. Pi t x ; ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1923 PRICE FIVE GE SITI c SS GR 4 t TE ti STRESSES FMEN IN CSERVICE EATS OF WITHI DUATING CLASSES WGED TO BE OF GOOD ent Would Bridge Ciasmi, Make Theory and Practice Coincide re an audience of black robed , and hundreds -of visitors from the city, President Marion L. yesterday delivered the Bac- 3ate~ addresswin Hill~auditor- ad...…

July 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…i FAIR ; CONTINED WARN TODAY the umrnr irt ian Dalit A PRE: DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE '1 XIV. Nc. 22, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1923 PRICE FIVE t N G LIS1H I#CHiLh EXT MPODY NIGHT' )TED EUCTORI NOW TENCH ING IN SlMMER SESSION AT CHICAGO" Prof. Winter Describes Ancient Rome In Illustrated Lecture White To Discuss Industry Problems F9MEABOG6NUS JOHNS ON INTO U1S, SEiiiTE BY LGE MJQl "Rome is the great lake from wh...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 College-Bred Instability Adolescent Readjustments In these days, when the modern' DOROTHY GELTZ at hose. Ie does not often realize American university is beginning to that, even were he to be given the undergo a change of function, and is becoming a place where, instead of Something new'? Decidedly so In greater and more noble than the boy opportunity of returning to his home, worn ...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN,' ARBO, MICH{104N, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1923, The flusic of ussia It Is fierct - ltlto te' wibth wht CARL i\j~JE. GEHR"INGJtcrBsThe moodshiargey ottradietry natural and apparenttenjoymsent eatas in dcatd ae aso rather geograph- 'atod Anmerirans take' is the art t isorhe Iatip mahd It is in the grater the Russians. This pitenomeson inr~ e stwith lisicit another idler att~ilIriis ( tt 5 II tsi I h ii cy its it' lasis the happi...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MCHIGAN, SUNDAY. MARCH l. 1923 A Review of Campus Periodicals CHIIMES ELMER SORLES LOOMIS a,'S and cease believing that a urst- Nunerous dissertations have ap- irg soul is the measure of the Uni- peared from time to time dealing with ere the various issues ot the several ea-ion. The editors should watk more! rest appears forceditatd Atificia; the THEg S'N1)AY MAGAZINE puts pubiceations whieth have literary humly with...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…THE :' MICH-IG[AN' DAILY ThU11RSDAY, OCTOB)ER 18, 1'931 s MORE FLIGHTS PLANNE FOR .7 ZRl A-i C/. JST DSH.'i, .,Y. 'NANDOA !-r_ f . ,H" J KLAN ISSUE STIRS K Anti-Ronius Uiiil orgize'd to Fight Gr-ianting of Bonius to Able. Bodied 3Men 1MTCIIAN flEI,(vLE S STTE THEY WILL Fj lI lit f1, dl' Fashion calls for felt, velour, velvet and fancy metal brocade ? ~ ~hats for dress, street and {dance wear.'T POPULAR PRICE HAT SHOP 333 SOUTH MAIN ...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

… "-" I STTNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, TH..HGNDAL TNA. OEfE 8 '(Gontinned from 'Page '0110 is>ts' models in the first_ act. .Thes~e, siro lamps which have been brought from New York directly from artists' studious. Special lighting e~fects, willlbe, Ob- ta.inedl for three of. the most striking Senres in "Cotton. Stockings" by? means of twvo kiopticons which .will be placed in the balcony. The snow. Sternm ene, the butterfly scen~e, and the flicker l...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 2

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY TI COAT GURDSEKN 'A or11i;ha beeni receiv ed from thiq; Detrit o(iC): of(Jthe United States Coat:guard that compiletitiv~e exam- ination"_s for the adm'.131ision of engineer- ing grad.Cuacteto the United States CoastGura amy wmill be Iheld in' Detrp it soetime uin:t'(,g April. This _ if1ication is se4 at tia-,advyance so' that prospectime _applicants Imay have time to r'eview the csubjects given on exanaion ' Ul. ;'. r...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…Tf FICHGANDAILY DENTS i SEO IAVIS E Rsia HEGLRI DAILYDIET iLeder ;oks His Part LATERALLY WINS ,",It is htighly 1i11po rtalt tht iii-- 1 and fa ril S (lictii 110 provide vilit- ns in quantiis di(iflW mon re P- 'al thain Mile nin;n ium allowa eeu hii c ouild suffice for tLhe preenton deiiency diseases," stated Dr11. Joian_ LfldwAll, dir ctor of stuidett hY'ia elfare. Lack of these inporlant con- ituents of the diet uroduces SUCol)- bili...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 2

…____ ____ ___ ____ ___ _- - THE MICHGAN DAILY ...... ^.. DIETU Al Rifulling s concerto. Two numbers corn-Louts Untermeyer [ 1 , ' 1I prise the orchestral program, the P er ~ r nILL~L uuunrnvu lIIIIUU IJLU"Rhenish" symphony in }i~at rancriedfor modern orches- k t r' by Mr. Stock. Louis Unrtermteyer, poet and critic, TH aI T A U LA ~L I~f A concert performance of Saint- 1 who is visiting Robert Frcst, was the ____ - aen' dmso et elia wll on...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

…ATHLETIC FRATERKITY T0 HDLG TROUTS SOON King h'ut'hs Cui Pursues Of2idaho Bnker, relate Lord Carnarvon's, righlt bower in Irish Star to Coach sethe Luxor tomb activities? Carnar-j South IFend, In., April 17-(By A. Carter, on was stricken with a mysterious P.)-Forest Caocton, of Elgin, Ill., left mld-adde.Now Carter teh92asreDaefot beeni stricken ill. (tcl fte12NteDn ot bal ee e oFlt sg e o c ahTiiDAY1 $TO LAST D)AY OF football, basketball a...…

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...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

….Verse and Werse N Published every sorning excep't Monday ing the sum mer session. Member of the Associated Press. The As- diated Press is exclusively entitled to the e for repbicationv of: all news ;dispatches ited to it or not otherwise creditedt -in is paper and the local news published here- Entered at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, ichigan, as second class matter. .u bsriptionm y crrier or mail, $.so. Oflce,: Ann l~br Press Bilding. Comnuni...…

July 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…F THE IGAN I,,'- ;t-Cj)-ROLLa" ICE VERSA morning except Monday session. ssociated Press. The As- xclusively entitled to the n of all news dispatches tot otherwise credited in ocal news published here- r V tell," as Miss Nearly-Wed said, pluck- ing a single gray hair from her blonde tresses. Dear Tarik: We were told in our Geography 2L class the other day that Holland was a low, lying country. Don't you think that isgoing pretty far? Beean...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 2

…r QE Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1923 ad The 1 K 5H 73AGL ROBERT BARTRON HENDERSON SOMETHING TO MAKE YOU WISE. they are determined to beat the duf- In a fascinating room filled with fers in New York that furnish our bric-a-brac from Tunis two gentle- present dramatic rubbish, and elevat- men with passionate enthusiasm were ing it in that they hope to gain as tling inn of the ness plans of -the fervid an' apreeiation for Ibs...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY StNDAY, IFBRt hY 1i, ls? AN INTERVIEW WITH M. COUE (oue the miraicle man is not a mr MILLARD PRYOR ,jet. Tiseie was allinmedateerush cle man at all,lie not only says so and in a few miniutes the stage was al- ht insists uiton it. It wa one of the most half fol of peotle aniiots to greatest reret le had while in this tral at 7:45. So 1 presented mysef {Is' mie tee is o difeenes tness .hive"the little chemist of Nancy...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, '1ARCIT 1S, 1923 The Valley Of Quicksand Immediately following the termin-1 JACK BERKMAN o this conference, stated, "We pro- tion of thne Franco-Prussian War, Bl- posea 2,500000 (indemnity), bit it nar'k, the most able stateman that aaprpitoanntigt tyrin ltslrue'umraMseotisattout' Frnchs allies that it Germany ever iad, proceeded to work mgtb u aifcoymaso olcig a day ve this estimate i, in altare running ...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…THPIURSDAY, OCTOB3FTR 18, 192&i TI HE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y . ...._. MUMMERS TO GIVE PLAY MadlnCu Elects Membenr AT IIILIJWEIN PADIY Try outs for the Gil'Mandli ROSALIND FREUIND, '24, TO DIRt- are as follows: Helen Paulson, '26, ECT FIRST OF THE Arline Ewing, '26, Frances Iorine, '25, SERIES JFrances Ide, 24, Ruth B~owen, '25, Dor- ______othy Anderson, '25, Catherine Stanton, ""'h Teth f: he iftHorse," a I'24, and Lucille Maxwell, '26. The re...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…" 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN D AILY, .y ,.f.omen'..a..y AINOUCE JNIOR oungest Officer GIRLS'_PL9AIDAT WIl Gie F ie Perfiormanices A ,Whitnzey TIheare Beginnzing March 19{^rI I ROFESSOR JOHN. R. BRU)PLi1.M AGAI TO )IR ECT L'RO1)ICTIO'N, The twentieth annual Junior Girls' play will be given by the class of 1925 on March 19~, 20, 21, and 22, writh.: a' matinee oni the last flay at the Whit- ney theatre. The play is. being se- lected and d~ates. ...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

…ST, ThE MICHIGAN] DAILY PAGE THREN ME I MEETIIUSIPeace. Prize For Jane Addams To Be Sought By c.S._Wom TE A S IN-R-E MUM - # ____ HOLD IE(iUL2ATION PRACTICE FOR TO 11NAMENT (N' JANUARY 27 Women rifle shooters will ente- their first tournament of the year on Jan. 27 when a chosen team will shoot against Cornell university, Ohio State university, and the University of Illi- nois. The members of the Michigan tean, which will consist of the sho...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…r lo MIN(y NDAL ±The Y. W. C. A. discussion group on Low Prices Fail i W'0 N'S industrial problems will meet at 33 WO Er TA S SCR 'clock this aferon tthie home To, Lure Buyers 1 HI HI Rivl 0 ftjE K IR6 II1_ treet, to meet the rev. NW Illiam Shot- 1'houth the numiiber of books sold'fo d of t e C rc a le f r r- itIl W l el,;L tg b k ex h ti -- i dtistriacl Democracy. All interested in I ~this yecar was not large, the insitigant- OsA11HAt'( h...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 3

…_______ ______ ______ ______ ___ TE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _____________ '! N P IUIIILII U tIUULIII J RA0B r0Ili P NRAM I IP1 here, are several types of w ork1 tc I be carried on. Fvehundred tand lfifty; place ca rdtsmust, be made to be t, , _ ."I ~nII nthe trays of the patients on EaTT (r I" n orinig. Work on thes e will cor i:, 1 01P opasting, on cut-outs, printingr a _i.._A . . ...... . painting. Thei re are also x50 hEas,-.r G~:VA5I irls' ...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DATLYs _ 'A . . .... ..,. r . ... .. . : ... S " + N a me Six,.th Vaironl for tw-o years'iwork, Na e ih ca NJ WPM, Church wvilN receivebad I a, Oe <niiual .bread ,heldI ' onavn(1ndaLions for' a rmn bantb Amo :ng the. juniors, the ttw,) elvroin MY evenin, APAI'i 5, in, Bar- w,_ htt bashetbaNl nsignia were ;I::dpe hand wv,-l be awarded ;to Norina, Bow-. IaluTehrnay 'a~by 'yae Fr, '3 pesidentof th cybeev, Eliabeth Cain, and Loi...…

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...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…ITAE S M ICHIGN VICTOR E1O-2 IN GIANT MEET STAR PERFORMERS O sAl TODAY THRU WE (Continued from Page One) uted to the Purple and Gold score by juggling Frayne's hit and allow- ing Barrett to romp home. Miles pounded one out to Kipke in deep' center, Lewis scoring on the throw in. Bakke singled safely for the first hit of the game and Klein's peg hit the runner at first and rolled to the bleachers. Gardner and Frayne trav- elled home on the ...…

July 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…varied uses to which the X-ray today were shown in an illus- lecture last evening, given by P. M. Hickey, professor of 'Ro- iology at the University.' first told of the accidental dis- r' of certain rays by Prof. Ren- . German scientist who died in ;y recently, and then went on ow the recent developments have been made in past years >olidge of the General Electric ny. several models of X-rays during the war were shown and ned. l. Hickey explai...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE THREN Addenda to the Book of Ettiquette In the life of everyone there are MAXWELL NOW ELS portunity unostentatiously to display times when one feels that his conduct his exquisite taste. This display is ac- on certain occasions has been mnade- curring situations with the conviction souls the lynching bee still exists complishsed by applause. Applause quate-that If he had known exactly that our hi...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDA Y, Ers1 IICAIs1, 182:1 THlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TTRFE Making A.merica S afe For Bigots After the Civil War, ttte twhite, in SAMUEL BURTON DOUGHTONotebadhe'thoisnotht the South organized tthemselves fotr ________________________________o_______their hindrnheCahlcinstht porotection against an irrationtal freed shosbtteutlncati onase slave, who had lost been given his fr DIoughtout kiothe r e robemintheSutschosehe d ole butheraruenKi with c...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MARtCHIIs, 125 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PraoITIR~ TEN DENCIES IN HIGH BUILDING DESIGN Public inerest in ttte high building EMIL LORCH designt problenm more dificult and hies been greatly- stimulated by the .ifatcinatng and the results mrsei- Tribune -Buitdinag Competition. Like Ili tei l 051 ie A ~coocs tuesqe, and at the same timc-takating the modernt battteship, the skyscraper,; for bettetr conditions of igt atd air flow a comnonplace of s...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1923 i Da* dens of lett ers from his fair cor- res-pondents ' That is probably the current concep- OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TlE tion1of journalisum and journalists that UNIVERSITY OF IIICIIIGAN the layman holds today. Nothing can be better established than the above, Published every morning except Mondayjyet for a11that the journalist works during the University year by the Poard i yt C"nt...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…THE, MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBEDR 18, 1923 it -"A cals of the University. They should .~.study the situation even nore thor-' r--- - ioughily than' they have, and in con-f 0O'FFICI.AL NEWSPAPER OF THE junction with a committee of stu- UMV1IYERSITY OF 1MICHIIGAN dents. Sonme definite result,, should be obtained, some (definit e. penalties in- P;ublished every morning except Monday p,.,ed. And abo~ive all, their reuteiices during the ...…

January 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 84) • Page Image 4

…UR THE MICHIGAN DAILY T IRI A , JA OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Centtl of Stude:t Publications. Member )of Western Conference ,ditorial Association. - The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published there...…

February 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday urinsg the University year 'by the Board in entrol of Stude::t Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial ssociation. The Associated Press is- exclusively en- t ied to the use for republication of all ears dispatches credited to it or not other- ise credited in this paper and the local ews published,-therein. Entered at the po...…

March 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 122) • Page Image 4

…THE MICH-IGAN DAILY SUNDAY, . . , ... WAIN" JD~ti~ ty which marked their stay. Michigan1 Sid~i~ncan do no less for Cornell over the coning week-end. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TIHE The banquet Saturday. night will be V6NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN anl affair of exceeding interest to fol- >Pulished every mnorning except Monday I owers of athletics. Several im2por- during tke University year by the Board in tant speakers have been scheduled for Ceato...…

April 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 141) • Page Image 4

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE IV1ERSIT V OF MICHIGAN hed every morning except Monday :he University year by the Board in of Student Publications ers of Western Conference Editorial ion. Associated Pre-, is exclusively en- the use for republication of all news yes credited to it or not otherwise in this paper' and the local news pub- heremi-. ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, n., as second class matter. ription by carrier or m...…

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...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…IS MARK rj nW q u NA~i JI Jl f t o."L i.I*44Si'' _ a OF %80%4 01~ 4 4' IVr.w~Vam m \ U ;..- 'dR' ffu°4r I4 41a \w asweraa~r ssrua~ee c~ne>44 "F / "'il vr ematarmraC \ N , e f~~l~~1'1Q-R 4 NUt".4VA h 7 - - - y 7 - PP3tlF~ 1k Cl s zwr zenra .a *44e .4Wx 3v 1 I " \ } , 4 1 a t asi w ,r "' .rxl 44. C 0 L L44"' 4~ ,~4,444 1f <1 ".,4 -44 !, ,rad044S I4I E a k1 1, 1 4., "'4 SV' 4 r444 OLD.d CI D 3 'k 44a ~a- H . Xi44-g4--t' W LC I I J'; . 0 L ,. °....…

July 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…1 uriJ ~.'ViviVVr1 iVA~li..t-i N L1 Jt- UL d t PANESE SCHOOL GIRLS RECEIVE MILITARY TRAINING FROM SOLDIERS }- - I I i I ti AT THE THEATER'S Australia Sends New Trade Envoy Third Concet Be Giveu Screen-Today Majestic - Be "The Wom Faces." Orpheum- Cor in "The Stu4 Montana in " Wuerth- Dor ( Understudy;" "Boys to Boa 4 Stage-7 Garrick (Detro ( stelle compa Larceny." tty Compson , in an with Four nstance Talmadge dio Girl;" Bull A Ladie...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 4

…P.;coi tPrrR THE MICHIGAN DAILY PUNDAY N{. E DIS agazines viexve The Smart Set Retrogrades DOROTHY TYiI-ER ~N YlIYTA SVIL ! tIritli h i: riirenrcethe Goo. 'sd Mucury wl take the ph1cC of the otd Till tWAT, for Met~rt I hat o~c .reyce',theceVIlg 110eer {idos o.t tler ots a tear 1 ,-'art Set. its ususat tenor. ttoa, I wonder do tote,' asth "ui-r sb''''<-'An t~ir fo tlr la t >rd olie thi,_, li t stil: thdeifferesnt mgzie ac-otoit1 1i0 eas siads t...…

February 18, 1923 • Page Image 4

… A1 ' t /4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FkIR~IUAENY -M. 1' Mimes A sced ROBERT BARTRONt Isup5poeo t t he y ionly ( - ot 'htt is l hreit, to te lurry, an at yonng crtitc, in tsis wild -thnitt t iso olior ta ico tt la Ioc001-t in tagerness o use 000 o ti- t o t tn in ingii itn to glory in ortsli oUatt'iitnt-. 1'e +'e 11al.i ttl 0 5ei" ni hz al nl 1ir(1 of the tane, mioeiat tttt' - itto it- um r. 1 Otorren~ul t--ar ttttlthe mn whtis lwaysttttig...…

March 18, 1923 • Page Image 4

…t1Q r 'ou1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1923 Broadway Climbs A Hill "Emperor William In Exile" was the ROBERT BARTRON introduced to this type of play at his title George Jean Nathan gave to one local community theatre. of his essays on Shakespeare. It was plethora of excellent dramas is their thaires of Nea York, not theN e And so it goes. The taste of the a very clever title, a very clever essay, frankly surprising, tragic, and evenrt...…

October 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…w.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18,-1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE PI ro: ^:, a , ; :, .;r. News From Other Colleges Wisconsin-According to the latest dispatches Wisconsin is going to the dogs. The entire campus is overrun with canines of. all=and every descrip- tion; bull dogs, airdales, dachshunds,' tea hounds, and sundry others. Re- cently, at the time of sorority pledg- ing, the campus canines started a de- taken up for the band, in order to ...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923, MASQUES TO* I OLDPEINODRAM THE MICHfGAN DAILY 77 waau a at ws va wa w.a sa wss...a«... . Monarchists Pin Hopes On Thesel '4 ;t Eighth Annual Platy, to 1Hill Auditorim 'I be GiUvenits ruesday Night Legion Officer Goes "Over Top" SCHOOLS HEAR RETURNS Of Cellr Doors Special to The Daily Chicago, Nov. 17.-Hundreds of Michigan and Wiscons'n university alumni gathered on one of the floors of the Monadnock block t...…

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