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February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… rI 43 PA tj _ r. n iv .i 'N SER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY- 19, 1920. t r Ionflicting Date Of Prom Changed lb prevent conflict with the J-Hop I the later dances of the engineer- and literary colleges, the date of *oph Prom has been set tentative- for Friday, March 19. The deci- a to submit this date for approval s reached at a meeting of the Soph >m committee. held yesterday after- NEW DATE FOR LIT CHANGES Because of d...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 2

…rf . e?"' Scond ts ex- FF r.,HARRY M. CARRY All .*] argu ..........Joseph A Mark K. Fhlbert ison Dorothy Monfort . Riley. MinnieyMuskatt reber Anna McGurk ke Winefred Biethan Angell Samuel Lamport obleski Robert D. Sage Thomas J. Whinery S STAFF lone 960 ...PAUL E. CHOLETTE Ld all D. P. Joyce Robt. ommervill Arthur L. Glazer P. P. Hutchinson rrnation cocerning news for any night editor, who has full charge it; k are as follows: ho...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 3

… sor I 11IIOLNIIU IJILL1 Promise to Strengthen. ity for 1920 -ae- [ULE MAKES BIG LAYERS NECESSARY d baseballs sailed yes- m in, Waterman gym-, me of the first varsity ce. Coach Lundgren's ates was answered by I, including a number men and varsity play- tt indoor practice con- li LuI posi- urnout was small, but a num- nen expected out were unable into action today. The holes he team by graduation offer an t opportunity for men with I experi...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 4

…1 A 1L re AVA IAst - * 5V.'5 "11..+ A W1omen I bers of the board of directors Women's league are asked to tt 9 o'clock on Saturday morn- Barbour gymnasium. aen who applied to Dean Myra Jan for benefit from the Lucinda fund are asked to appear at 2:30 C on Thursday afternoon in ent Hutchins office. swimming this semester must enroll in the director's office in Barbour gymnasium. There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper services until further notic...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 5

…THE DID "On the Hiring Line,',' coming Satur- day evening to the Whitney with May Irwin, abounds with complications. Prompted by a chance remark, a suc- cessful middle-aged business man who wishes to abdicate the domestic duties that he had fallen heir to because of the servant shortage, hires two detec- tives to act as butler and cook in his country home. As the detectives feel called upon to live up to their pro- fessional reputations, amus...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…nnwmt i WHAT'S FflNFEflAY 'aterman of the se- it, will be in Evans- lay and Saturday, end the annual meet- n branch of the Am- society which meets ) and 21, at North- Li tAI I Im 91 %* W W I I I 6 sor Waterman, who was elect- of the society at last year's will deliver the presidential at this, meeting. THE' [CAL HITS CAMPUS MAT EXPERTS WILL HAVE CHANCE IN COMPE- TITION Any man who can wrestle, 'thinks he can, or doesn't know, has a ...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…OF, w 'I x I Ut'i AiUf I ~va a ar a aa a+aa SXXTIC= i g ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 PRICE , HIG A SCORES DUAL VICTOR ml 3 ; RA B only other im i came before th was that pertainsi of certain footb -coming games an 4ter this year a I be on the same the home-coming is action was ta act that the des as home-coming preference to on it. The board w iat in order to pr( vith all of our of best to do away rse of favo...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 1

…e 1r41§an &u4y SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 A Dutch "Robinson Crusoe" (By Lops Elisabeth WhItcomb) '!ism, at a probable familiarity with the Lucius L. Hubbard, a regent of the Printed Eleven Y ears Before Defoe's; Dutch story on to part a Defoe, at- Lucus . Hbbr ,a rget atliogl te poafianot by any means University of Michigan, has translated Th k7 b Regent Hoclusive. The similarity between into English the Dut...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 1

…t Iian Iat SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANY ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 A Possible Medium of World Peace ---An International Court (By Paul Watzel) In December, 1920, the Assembly of has formed much of the existing inter- sentiment against warfare which is A step toward the assurance of the League unanimously approved of national law. When the judges at- shown to be growing year by year. more friendly relations between na the draft statute o...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…dation for the etirhes even furnish the foun- ent professor's lecture notes, q 5e 'OitroL ;f dluring the Vaivsi Publicattam&. MEMBER B THE ASSOCIATKI PRASS Associated Press is exclusivelyieatitled to th ss for on of all news dipatches cred to it or not otherwise this paper and the local news pablished thersda, 4 at the postolice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as acos er. ription by carrer or manil, ajo Ann Arbor Press building,'Maynard Street. s:...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SINDAY. TFEBRUARY2 6 1ss ^'- . -- n, v.vLll:lI. 1',rIJ.L1, V-A1,LZ Gi3 1.;?GG A Finnish'Colony In Northern Nichigan (By W. E. L.) A lead from the farm press, attrib- uting a scheme for home industries to he developed among the Finnish popu- lation on Lake Superior to Prof' C. O. Sauer of the University, sent the re- porter around to the geography offices. A leading question is half the inter- view, thought the r...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 Balzac held before their eyes. By d' oeuvre s beautiful, so replete with B a l the dispassionate lens of realism that two pigments and the result is a chef § l l c - - 7 a i his bold and lucid portrayal of the soul, so poignantly touching, that one follies of this world, he waged a con- feels hands of steel tighten around stant war against vice, although fewi one's heart while reading. Old ...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…"All Art Is Good," Says Professor; Declares America Active In field I We Carry, Trading I- ow 35 Cents. Every Passenger Insured Against Accident [ITNEY THEATRE NDAY, FEBRUARY 9 SAM H. HARRIS Presents Is I. COBMAS COMEDIAN the Biggest Musical it on Earth (By Associated Press) Des Moines, Ia., Feb. 19.-Pro- fessor Richard Enersti, head of the department of art of Drake Univers y here, is of the opinion that all art, whether it is considere...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 3

…S1,' DOAY, FEIULAIRY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 Our New Magazines --The Double Dealer (Editor's Note: This is the second Allow me to quote an editorial or two: go out-the lynching bee, Little Eva, Dunsany, John McClure, and Unter- of a series of articles written by G. "Let it be affirmed once and for all. Kentucky Colonel, beautiful kuadroon meyer. This poetry business in the D. E. on the new magazines. A third, The Double Deale...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Universities as one of the five French officers sent "We definitely avoid publicity in first move on receiving his application here to assist in the training of Amaeri- this matter," said he. "Our object is is simply to send him a number of FRENCH AND AMERIC AN can troops, and was assigned to Fort not so much to send many American French university catalogues, and (r Sill, Oklahoma. Since...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

… AIN Finishing Lantern Slides GROUPS Daylight or Flashlight Indoors or Outside 13 E. University Ave. N~EW SCHOOL OF EDUCATION~ SHOWS ENROLLMENT INCREASE An increased enrollment of 68 new members in the new School of Educa- tion was reported this semester in addition to the total enrollment of 147 students at the opening of the school last semester. There is now a total of 193 members, 62 men and 141 wo- men. In the department "of physical ...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 4

…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 W ho Will Succeed Caruso? (By T. E. D.) and received some new ideas and con- path of Muratore that he will find he bolt upright, rub their eyes, and ask The successor to Caruso! Who will ceptions. must overcome. He is erraticand his tIhemselves what is the meaning of the he be? Is he in this country or has Martinelli is facing this different au- very high notes are not good. On advent ...…

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…THE -MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 January Whimsies--A Review (By G. D. E.) tremely good. The first is a bit of garet George Walker, wins my respect. Going back to the time of Chaucer, Following my criticism of Novemberl lofiy tosh, well worded. Except for a bothersome repetition I can find no use of "hungered' as a Whimsies I was accused by nearly "Road-Sides," a prize essay of For- of a word or- two, It is a fine bit of n...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 5

…-1-a 111-a aldtT .iuo grziof,' .:.; " ", ,. '. : yaw * Y .* s! ' ' '. iILi6M 'i ii i Faa<...u. z Ui yk k r.-- ,n,. . u w Y 11AM TUSDAi ILL PLAYT THEIR AWE FOR THE [JVERINES 1 wind up its hockey sday night, when Wis- re' for the final match eries. The contest will ock. The Wolverines eyed one game with the dison, in which they by a score of 6 to 5. nined to make a clean eries, especially since game in which some have a chance to d...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE A Statesman from Australia Smart Frocks (By W. B. Buler) time, Rocky mountain time, and Paci- Australian life that Mr. Gregory men- Washington had scarcely seen the tic time on their trip to the coast. tioned was the fact that more than Arms Conference end, when Senator Two or three o'clock is rather in one-half of the people live in the G. D. Pierce, one of the greatest fig-odd time to lan...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 5

…i UNDAY, FERIUARY 19, l922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 6 you imply tise truth that solid citizens! ________ W ha m ! -F ro D et ostsould be protected fruns ideas so that they in, y be comfortable and'sat-° sted and unadisturbed! To the Editor of t1e Sunday Magazine: And thean lisere are those references Ruose, I wish that I could follow you, Sm r o s s My attention Is. lately tieen catted to irreverance and the absence ofjt do indeed. To be ab...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 6

…. . V'pngs if 5,177-181 (Contln4ed from Page One) ach Farrell called upon Walters, Is, Thomas, and Siemans to run eight lap relay as a finale to the t. Walters started out by giving Varsity a few yards -lead. .Davis ewed and added a few more. Thom- nan his man a little better then pi and Siemans finished the race r a comfortable margin. The time 2:45 2-5. 'Tean Well-Balanced .1 in all the showing of the Mich- track team in the opening meet...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 lying out? The path of evolution is considered myself fairly content, and strewn with the most ghastly failures reasonably happy, to find that I have and mistakes, and man himself is get- not been happy, that, on the other otig ready to give up the struggle. hand, I have been extremely miser- In this connection, the author is able because I have not constantly T1 PAlLOi EGAT AMLS ' in a ...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 . HE MI a couple of pages, Pearson went on and !will read Pearson's book with a deal similarly disposed of the Conrad en- of pleasure. Pearson is not as sound thusiast, H. G. Wells, Hall Caine, and a critic of literature as Mencken, but a half dozen other British bombasters, he seems to know the stage, and the He slit a half dozen or more actors fact that he is an actor seems in no "....…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 7

… )israeli," in which George Arliss the role of the famous minister, .ere until Wednesday. This is the e part which Arliss has so sue- d$ully played on the legitimate e. The most interesting parts of career of Disraeli and of that pe- of English history are depicted i manner wholly admirable. The tire is -decidedly more educational 1 the general run of pictures. Lou- Huff and Henry Carvill head the porting cast. housands of huge logs whirling u...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEB3RUARY 26, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE proofs, and consequently_ he attempts ? !f Vita -necessary to health and growth, in 1 lIZ{)F. I l 1 tUE1 ibFINIR[f the impossible and mnakes an ass of '~l~f additton to and entirety apart front COLONY I'N 'NOR'1I'IIN IMI('MlBA himself. those factors previously recognized (t ontissued frons Page 2) If the book were reduced to 50 pages (Bay 31. II. Pryor) (fats, carbo-hydrates, proteins.mi...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Z Galton who, it seems, was some sort is plainly evident when one compares James Elroy Flecker, whose "Col- ( In "The Critic and the Drama," to of a relative. Pearson then launches the new editions with the early ones. lected Poems" Alfred A. Knopf is be published next week by Alfred A. into a retailing of a lot of little char- Scarcely a page is unchanged. A dull bringing out next week,...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

…SET sociated Press) . 18.-Drastic measures n by the five judges for division of the circuit court of criminal cor- n order to prevent an ndsman from vouching of prisoners. A set of to the qualifications of e been agreed upon by and the police depart- s instructed to strictly es as a safeguard for e, a check will be kept Ian's financial standing e w1g he be permitted ext~eding the amount ty's value.sAssets on e of a bondsman may an no longer b...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 NA-NY "ENOStS CANDI)ATES will probably become one of the popu- A DAY IN ANN ARBOR WITH AN Idealists of the practical type were FR THE CROWN OF CARIISO lar singers here, will contribute to AUSTRALIAN STATESMAN they. (Continued from Page 4) the good quality of grand opera in (Continued from Page 5) (.. E. I IEa<i S "TIlE DOUBLE to give us a glimpse of the glory of America, but his possibili...…

February 19, 1922 • Page Image 8

…= THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 Whm is -Iau r)I01 -iO ETROIT, "D ea " 1operation consists in makting an inei- A ('W)IMUICA'I Fri gin '1PCd ion throagh the neck jnst below the A Review by G. D. E. (Conltissed frem Page u)T AatAplsohttepten Coninud romPae f4) ially of ths h etthiaosn-GCK o Lie breathes thru the opening in the neck thos whoven ther pison toinstead oft as normally through the (Caninied tainPage4) os opinion...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 9

…group 5 at 5 o'clock Tues practices will be held in well Angell hall. ae 11 'A GEORGE COHEN PRODUCTION, WHICH WILL SHOW AT THE WHITNEY THEA- Try-outs for the pays to be given by the dramatic section of the Faculty Women's club will be held at 2 o'clock' Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. All faculty women inter- ested in dramatic production are urged to be present at this time, so that the casts may be chosen as speedliy as p...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

…'UL TIN ARY 19, 1922 lumber 99 s Birthday Convocation:e vocation will begin promptly at 10 a. M. cial party, which includes the Deans of the schools and col- isemble at 9:45 a. m. in the first floor dressing room on the west Auditorium, entering through dear door No. 1, north side of the cademic costume will be worn. s of the faculties will enter the Auditorium through rear door oceed directly through the side passageway to the main floor ...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 A Possible edium of World Peace --An International Court (By Paul Watzel) In December, 1920, the Assembly of A step toward the assurance of the League unanimously approved of more friendly relations between na- the draft statute of the permanent court that was drawn up by ; com- tions,-that is how the permanent mission, and submitted by the Council court of International Justi...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 12

…Ilzacm- -7ealist (By Samuel L. Greenebasm) Philosophers, discoverers, and radi- cals have always been held in dis- repute. Socrates was cndemned to die, Columbus was imprisoned, Balzac was severely censured. Innovators are always frowned on, and Balzac did not escape without his share of criticim. His "Comedie Humaine" made him the object of many vicious attacks by the conservatives of the old regime. In spite of the tirade of criticism direc...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, .1922. THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 U * ** as one of the five French officers sent "We definitely avoid publicity in first move on receiving his application Universities here to assist in the training of Ameri- this matter," said he. "Our object is is simply to send him a number of FRENCH AND AMERICAN can troops, and was assigned to Fort not so much to send many American French university catalogues, and Sill, Oklahoma. S...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922 JanuaryWhimsies-A Review (By G. D. E.) tremely good. The first is a'bit of garet George Walker, wins my respect. Going back to the time of Chaucer, Islofty tosh, well worded. Except for a bothersome repetition I can find no use of "hungered" as a Following my criticism of November Whimsies I was accused by nearly "Road-Sides," a prize essay of For- of a word or two, it is a fine bit of' nou...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 15

…ToteWlam!--Trom De'troit To the Editor of the Sunday Magazine: And then there are those references My attention has lately been called to irreverance and the absence of to a letter of protest which appears in chivalry in G. D. E. After this G. D. E. will surely cease his activity and be- your magazine for January 15, 1922. come as the rest of the decently dead. It decries the attempts of this G. D. E. And if these should prove unavail- person ...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 16

…Books and Authors "MODERN MEN AND MU"MERS" information on Frank Harris, one will- By Hesketh Pearson do well to consult this book of Pear- (A Ioelew by G. D. E.) son's. Harris is a man fully as much' combated as Heucken, hut he has not After a whole month of exceedingly the latter's grace of wit, and he has dull books I find one so good that it a far greater egotism. From what one makes up for all the bad ones I have ordinarily hears of Harris...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 17

…Galton who, it stems, was .some sort of a relative. Pearson then launches into a retailing of a lot of little char- acteristics which might belong to a bricklayer, ?all 'the while parading them as evidence of a greatly superior being, of, in brief, a veritable whale of a man. But I am running on at length. I urge that my readers buy this book and read it. If my personal friends don't do it within ten days I shall greet them with a mere nod; if...…

February 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 99) • Page Image 18

…WiWh' '*AX1-F1WM DETROIT, operation consists in making an inci- anuary iies-- A COMMUNICATION g ed sion through the neck just below the A Review by G. D. E. (Continued from Page 5) - "Adam's Apple," so that the patient 'ycially o those who 'ent their poison- ack to L fe rates thru the openig in the neck (Continued from Page 4) ous opinions through the press-are (By W. Bernard Butler) instead of as normally through the The above doubtless has, ...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…-iE WEATHER UEDY; NO TE'I:- TURE CIIANG 1 _ . '' ;r- "", ::x 4.. _.. ; t LfA~r i an ii ASSOCIATED PR: LEASED WIRE SE] ME1LBER WESTERN CONFEK EDITORIAL ASSOCU EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE y BoothTo Sinimplify Vote VARSITY LOSES IN 'Wm~iflflr lan naurr r- RARE[ ARTIlSTRY, OF' i lirtuaarmn surn RESIGNS IiUMIJIIIL~bUU J~ T Daily will operate a voting iNIL b l11 'IH V NIMA I...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, F AULTY N NAAL SECRTARY (Continued from Page One) "Of course," Professor Reed contin- ued, "in the beginning there were four alternatives before Secretary Denby. In handling the Teapot Dome basin, a naval oil reserve, wich capable geol- ogists claimed was being consumed by private enterprises, Secretary Denby might have done one of four things, either (1) restricted the drilling for oil in this basin by private ent...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I 572 - ®'VIAVAM ®, tWOMEN'S LEGUE OFR PRIZES FORSUGGESTIONS1 IDEAS ABOUT RASI-G MONEY FOR BUILDING FU7ND EN- COURAI4EI- Prizes for the best suggestions for raising money for the University of Michigan League building during the rest of the year are being offered to in- dividual women- or to groups by the Women's League. A prize of $10 will be awarded for the idea which will include the whole campus in being worked out ...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY JAL NEWSPAPER OF THE IVNESIIIY OF M 1CuIGAN shed every morning except M 'tday the University y.ar by the Boa'-d ir of Student Publications, lers ,:f Wester n on ferenee Editorial A\&ssoeated Pres.s is txclusiely i - he-tined Pfr rtpublication of all news es cre-lied to it or not otherwise in th's paper anj the local ne's pub- herein., ed. at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, as second elass matter. Special rate c granted by T...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY e.. .. C A SE APPRO VE Faculty Endorses New Plans Biouglt Before Afternoon Meeting by _ Riggs OTHER DOME FIGURES I I Thecouncil found four students appear in the city papers. R CRIIV R guilty of cheating in examination, one that the wrong news wou of whom was the captain of the foot- lished by other sources he ball team. Immediately after the trial lie allowed the entire si iUW.HIL nHULL the athlete assaulted Smith...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY U..' I nm iMi r ./ rU " ( w.,. ur -) tuuJlhlllHlli J Li .....r rte' . ' r..r ~ ' i , lY TRIALS TO sk Squad Works Daily For Annual' Event At Urbana ' arch, 1 LVERINES STILL WEAK I3 SSHOT AND IIHURDLE EVENTS teve Farrel's Varsity track team trilling bard every afternoon in tie at Field House in preparation for Illinois Relay meet tryouts to be d next Saturday afternoon. With exceptions of Ray Arndt, captain' this ...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LASSIF IE D ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M, FOR BENT MODERN NINE ROOM house newly deorated. Good location,9just off E. University. Phone 3290. ;1DOUBLE OR SINGLE room with pri- vate family. 10 minutes walk from campus. Phone 2893-J. 421Ben- jamin St. ONE LARGE ROOM for two or will rent in as a single room. Phone 2- 89-W. FOR SALE SORORITIES TAKE notice. For sale one oi the finest homes in the city. Twenty rooms, extra large site...…

February 19, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ OFFICIAL BULLETIN - Il?. 0. 1. C. Band: Band practice tonight at 7:15; Morris Hall, State and Jefferson Sts. Vacancies exist and new inembe.' are invited to join at any time. .Wyo. T. Carpenter, P2\1.S.&T. May Be Next Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of th University. Copy received by tbie Assisimut tr the a -f-%I ent until 1:3-4 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Satur'~sv,- Volune 4 TUESDAY, F...…

February 19, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

… x DEDICATED TO JUSTICE 4.it i!3flfl ~Iati j MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXXV. No. 102 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1925 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENT LEGISLATulRE PAYS A Brilliant Career Co T IBUTETOB RTONWith the death of President Marion L. Burton, a brilliant c untimely conclusion. From the time of first assumption of a place in ITmen, he has been a significant influence in fostering the finest i...…

February 19, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…PAGETWO THE -MICHIGAN, DAILY PAG TW ThRSDY, LiBltU.ARY 19, 1925 LOSS OF BURTON I FELT BY NATIN (Continued From Page One.) heart had ceased to beat, and that stalwart form, so wrecked and emaci- ated by the harrowing illness, lay still at last, peaceful in its release trom pain. Unclermined In health by his never- ending efforts in behalf of the Univer- sity to which he so unqualifiedly dei- cted his life, Dr. Burton was in no condition t...…

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