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March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…; PROBABLY1 I. Ar. 4 A winr a'. Axssoc] PRI DAY kWD !N 0II. No. 123 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 PRICPN I11 OIS WINS CONFERENCE M I s AER SESSION HINS, COURSE O HII [A INCLUDE IMPORTANT 3LEMS OF COACHING AND TEACHING 'O DIRECT WORK; COMPETENT STAFF k Will Conduct Classes in k; Mather, Fisher Also to Teach Particulars 'concerning the courses athletic coaching and administra- n to be given during the Summer ...…

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…4r Mtr igan tal SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 An International Center of Learning at Brussels (By Virginia Tryeo) be catalogued and distributed to the the development of such things as the work was divided into two parts-one In these days of the development of world. The main idea with which the railroad and telegraph-all these dealing with the formation of a sub- a spirit of internationalism, which be- center has...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…=I et Monday during the University IStudent Publications. ASSOCIATED PRESS elus entitle .o the use for iescteite toitor not otherwise 9cai news published therein. Ann Arbor, Michigan, as secnd ynard Street, words, if signed, the signa- but as an evidence of faith, in The Daily at the discre- o The Daily office. Unsigned leration.No manuscript will postage. orse the sentiments expressed EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 2414 ITOR...... BREWSTER P. ...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 19 2 _ __ - ..« . " s visi ,a ",i..{_ a _ .. W r .r v.a d uj cvwu t I ilqe rhsinn's First Nvel l of American critics of Scandinavian (iso of the 0001 interesting of the literature., Among the nomeroos-liter- fis f irst novels by Americans tin- ary works to his credit are translations esoced for publication this Springl of p1ays by Strindherg, lBjornson, by Alfred A. Knopf is "The Soul of a IBer...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

…ss a satis I in 'e Anderson has the leading part 1o Am I," here the fir'st threej asing as "] In xwli Pauline Starke is featured Wednes- cni'da~y and Thursday in "Salvation 1111MNell" which is produ ced from the stage play- that Mrs. Fiske madei with a fanmous. The story is an intensely beauti- 1human on,( and concerns New York's or the Fast Side and the romance of a Sal: e plotj vation Army worker. elding, The story of an orphan girl ado...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH'tl it 12THEi MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE___ A inter-Spo rts Project (113 W. IBernard Bull1 i-r) a prt of the incomte for amortization! of studet poplaion fall o t 'cantiatetokey wil tbe given a great sloa- Mlaking the Boulevard the stamping iof the fist cost of the project andtinte ps neat' thne engieeing shops. Thus los. In addition, the gradual lopes ground of sinter sports (laing the rettaittder t meet the operating cost. ie se th...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

…body must be indelibly stamped upon him. Tli student must be made to appreciate that his future success de- pends largely upon this factor. If a .thorough physical examination has re- vealed an unimpaired body, the next chief interest of the student should, This can be done in a large meas- ure by daily exercise. "Give about two hours of every day to exercise, for health must not be sacrificed to learning," wrote Thomas Jefferson when draftin...…

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…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 AN INTERNATIONAL CENTER cess. In the year of its operation n A OF LEARNING AT BRUSSELS thirteen universities haveassisted by An A gume t fo Relgionsending professors fromt the various (Continued from Page 1) countries to give lectures, and by (oniribute rn by Hope Stoddard) Pth. 1 wonder which man fears sociations, the work being done by iorking, as much as they were able, Maybe 1 don't need...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…'; _ - . it P4 i .. . '' 1...,, 1--,! . . . n,. v Mi: Na l K TEAM LOSES MEET I1BY1A SCORE OF 54-44! Hichigan 's Intramural Department Attains High Point Of Lfficiency Places, MICHIGAN, IS WITH 17 1-2 POINTS its kind, in the history e Wolverine yearling a, telegraphic meet squad of the Univer- y the score'of 54 1-3 to 1 scored seven firsts to hree and one event re- r first. Michigan, was the in- point winner of the ree firsts and...…

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…SUNDAY, MRCHtas ,l 1y2- THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE The Short Stories are Marked "Absent" (y (l. D. E.) But I do not blame them. Between Agnes Repplier, and the pious Paul , ine has, at any rate, fortified my prayers and text-books they have Elmer More who tried to make a high: apinion that the women in the univer- In the early dush of autumn the never had a chance, and they have church deacon of Nietzsche. O. Henry, sities are farther advance...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…rome, Sigma Chi, was 1, and Yutzy, Delta Tau with 70. Other high scor- acy, Phi Kappa Sigma, 69; Sigma 'Delta, 67; and a Psi, 53. En- The first round of the interfrater-' En- nity handball tournament must be will completed by Tuesday noon and the re- oph suits turned into the Intramural of- loph flee. The gymnasium will be open; Monday night from 6:30 to 10 o'clock! for those houses which cannot ar-' feat range to meet each other at any other...…

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…_______THEI MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 122 and six precedng ]pgesastOwell) Iles-1 oting to wome n. Thee is aothr ontntewoian, cntrin, f curematter under the heading The Pro- 0iooks and AuLt~hz,-~ tros xesonoghtx nth at a u ncuig lo cess of Delotsisn." It is a subject on suh elightfulaccteessories as a ock- wtichoe feels strotngly. Perlaps "I3N DEFEiNSE of WOMEN" lBut int slite of thoe fattotha toets tail ot' two, ao divano anti ...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…lowest possible cost and under cap- able guidance and instruction. The tour as outlined at present will take in important and interesting places, in Great Britain, universities of London, Oxford and Cambridge, and Edinburgh, the industrial centers of Manchester and Glasgow, Stratford-on.-Avon, France; Bordeaux, Marseilles, and Lyons; Italy, Rome, Milan, Genoa, Naples, Pompeii, Florence, Pisa, Ven- ice; Scandinavian countries, Copen- hagen, Ch...…

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…SUNDAY, NI'H lii, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINEr "THE EVOLUTrION OF C'[VILIZA- The reaunme of these varioos cut- lovers. Such occasions and souts liter-WT TIOY"lures shows a remarkably slow growvth ati, are rare, but among them, let Bty Joseph Mctabe ofahge{oaiy h esa there lbe enrolled Robert Nathan, who, "ascetic Self-denial" rnns through it, (V Rteview by It. 1). s.) sbuothwoliwaprti in his "Autumn" (McBride) has dens- Joseph Mc~'abe, in...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…" of the Junior Girls'I University a Laboratory Too much has already been said about the rules at Michigan being a vain for made b the women themselves. The from a difficulty is that the co-ed at Michi- ent action gan is bhmpered on all sides by rules. omen from S6metimes I think of a university as, aat I have a laboratory where mature students ite myself, come to %experiment with the science' from Ann of living. If women, as well as men, r m...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE S;(NDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 _ iook andAuthosdoesnmteFt hirpoe ' E tTIKES HAVE CZLn lt(1- AGiED) Suich was the case ten years ags; ablywen toschol imslf.Therea (I3t E R.lI. m inc thn te tmeshave changed, (Continued from IPage i) point is--the why of titis ceremony of The titmes have changed in many ways,' And styles htave had an awful blosv, Thie book is evenly written--never setmester nsarks. The styles and nmanners t...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…Uo te cast sou UU cats s at the dean's office be or their >re that, me. -- ---- I Tickets for the Junior Girls' play T will be on sale at Graham's bookstore until Wednesday; March 22, when they will go on sale at the Whitney theater. Changes in the schedule of hours for dancing classes have been announced as follows: The 5 o'clock class will u- meet at 4:15 o'clock, and the 8 o'clock of class will meet at 5:15 o'clock. In al case of confl...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…ULLETIN m. Saturdays.) XN STATE POL HIlE CHAIRMEN APPOINTED ui 3:SU p. m. (1U 3a.; DAY, MARCH 19, 1922 , Number 123 the Senate Council will be held at 4:16 p. m. sident's office. R.W W. BUNTING, Secretary. E1 be on Monday, March nate members, of the Directors of the Michigan Union, ontrol of Athletics. * Senate Committee on University Extension Lectures. e late Professors Beman, Bogle, and Van Zwaluwen- J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary. ture:...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE . ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 An International Center of Learning at Brussels (By Virgiula -Tryon) be catalogued and distributed to the the development of such things as the work was divided into two parts-one ese days of the development of world. The main idea with which the railroad and telegraph-all these tealing with the formation of a sub- of internationalism, which be- center has been organized lies in the...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

…I HL MICHIGAN 1)AILY MAGALINE SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 19 lbijorksan' First Novel of American critics of Scandinavian rector of the Swedish Bureau of the . In his youth Mr. Bjrkman work One of the most interesting of the literature. Among the numerous liter- Committee on Public Information, and as a wholesale clerk, an actor and live first novels by Americans an- nary works to his credit are translations Associate Director of the League of . journali...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 13

…A Winter-Sports Project (By S'. B rnard Butler)- a part of the income for amortization of student population falls on the cam- ate hockey will be given a great stimu- king the Boulevard the stamping of the first cost of the project and the pus near the engineering shops. Thus us. In addition, the gradual slopes ad of winter sports during the remainder to meet the operating cost. we see that the lake would be within a of the hills surrounding...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 14

….AN INTJ RNATIONA CENTEr ,ss. In the year of its operatimn An Argunient for -RelginOF LEARNTNS AT BRUSSELS thirteen universitie haveth ases sending professors from the various (Continued from Page 1) countries to give lectures, and by (Contributed by Hlope Steddard) path. I wonder which man fears sociations, the work being done by working, as much as they were able, Maybe I don't need religion, but it more-degeneration through-the too- this or...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 15

…IJNDAY, MA CH 1 , 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE The Short S tories are Marked "Absent" (By G. D. E.) - But I do not blame them. Between Agnes Repplier, and the pious Paul zine has, at any rate, fortified my In the early fluash of autumn the prayers and text-books they have Eier More who tried to make a high spinion that the women in the univer- never had a chance, and they - have church deacon of Nietzsche. O. Henry, sities are farther adva...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 16

…SITHE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE s ATn , MARCs 19, 122 and six preceding pages as well) des- coming to women. There Is another scribes for his own notion of perfect extension of the text on the same B ooks and A udiorS contentment, centering, of course, matter under the heading 'The Pro- around a woman, but including also cess of Delusion." It is a subject on such delightful accessories as a cock- which he feels strongly. Perhaps "IN DEFENSE OF W...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 17

…"TILE EVOLUTION OF CIVILIZA- TION" , i By Joseph McCabe (A Review by R. D. S.) Joseph McCabe, in his well-informed little book, "The Evolution of Civiliza- tion" (Putnam), has boiled down the subject matter of such works as "The Outline of History" and "The Story of Mankind" to 138 brief pages, in which he follows the story of civiliza- tion from the days of the squat Pith- eanthropus up to the present stage of cultural life. His general aim i...…

March 19, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 123) • Page Image 18

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922 Bo ks a'd Authors But it doesn't matter. Father prob- I TUE TIMES HAVE CIIANOIEIJ Such was the case ten years ago; ably went to school himself. the real (By E. 8. I.) Since then the times have changed, (Continued from Page ?) point is-the why of this ceremony of The times have changed in many ways, And styles have had an awful blow, The book is evenly written-never -semester marks. The styles ...…

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