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January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…Fp AY, L18 Voard Jan. 18.-Director General McAdoo announced tonight it of a railroad wage commission of four public men recommend action on all wage and labor questions the government railroad administration. This also ailroad brotherhoods' demands. time- the director general put into effect a new system railroad administration by dividing the country into regions, east, south and west and placed a railroad three head of each his repres...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

…U A. M. AND 4 O'D M. r.-EASTERN TIME Interesting I i The policy of the newly war labor administration will prevent the introduction of labor into positions for whic are still available. On account of failure to obtain n essary support for its military p gram, the Hungarian cabinet has ants for .e door. turned also. meet at 1:15 in room 157, 8 o'clock Mon- rium under the alumnae. The ,will go to the Only four 'f all the British vess...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 3

…T HE. MICHIGAN DAILY LiHIb IA .L BEFREH INDIANA Quintet Proves Too Fast rerines' and Downs Them 21 to 17 for out 1; Phillips, 5 out of 8.I Fouls committeed: Later, 1; Bartz, 2; Ruzicka, 2; Rychener, 3. Von Tress, 2; Zeller, 2; Bowser, 3; Phillips, 5; Stahr, 1; Eastern, 1; Jeffries, 1. -Substitutions: Rychener for Born- stein, Emery for Bartz, Bartz for Later. Eastern for Zeller, Jeffries for Bowser, McFawn for Von Tress. Referee: Reynolds...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 4

… Li\lL AL \ uL 16 L A I1 OF R.O.T.C. ULTS EXAM « * ,S 3 manager of Newberry the past year and a :onsidering two appoint- titian, one in the base imp Merritt, Tenafly, N. ther in a base hospital) a-. was graduated from Iowa at Ames, Iowa, in 1915 nt a year in the dietary the German hospital at K Pop.MataWed and Sat., 25c to $100 Clate Kummer's A e presents a real west. ern feature ROY STEWART - in - DNE SHOT ROSS"' 'm. S. Hart in "Doubl...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 5

…The best summary of the new scheme which has yet appeared is published in a Swedish newspaper, the Gothen- burg Tidningen, from the pen of a German propagandist. He outlines the project as follows: ."The future central Europe-Russian P~ "block," among other aims, will have before it the mighty task of bringing e, the great riches of Russia into the world market. For this purpose there are two natural windows on the west; opie is Hamburg, the o...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

…DRAT TO sULU1 3E PLAY D AILY UlI t lust (Continued from Page One) made arrangements to have all un- necessary lights turned out perma- nently. Window Lights Extinguished Window lights are no longer being used by the majority of merchants, and any waste of fuel or lights is be- ing guarded against by all of the stores. The streets present an un- usually dark appearance with the dim street lights and the stores in dark- ness. Thursday nigh...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER ~L ~ f IigASCAE RISING TEMPERATURE p J DAY AND NIGHT WIRE; TODAYSERVICE VOL. XXVIII. No. 95. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS HUN FRCES PUSH WAY INTO. RUSSIA1 a ti PASS DYINA RIVER CARRY OUT THREAT TO INVADE IF BOLSHEYIKI REFUSE TO MAKE PEACE BOLSHEVIKI CAPTURE KIEV, UKRAINE SEAT Germans Gain Few French Trenches, But Are Ejected with Loss of Prisoners (By Associated Press) Feb. 18.-With Russia ...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. tr~itn Batty -f MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled eo use for republication of all news dis- cs credited to it or not otherwise credit- this paper and also the local news hed herein. icial newspaper at the University of igan . Published every morning except lay during the university year. tered at the postoffice ,:.t Ann.Arbor as d-class matter. ces: Ann Arbor ...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 'I d 1 I1 In the Army- they recognize the part that clothes play. MINNESOTA TROUNCES WOLEIE,48 TO 10 The recruit soon learns that to be a soldier he must look' a soldier-trim, smart, well set-up! MICHIxAN PLAYERS, MILE TAXI RIDE, ElD AFTER TEN SWAMP- In business Life- the same thing holds true. If you would attain success-you must loots successful. A Stein Bloch or a Michaels-Stern Suit is one of the be...…

February 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1918. United States ARMY SHOE Regulation MUNSON LAST BOYS, WORKING RESERTE" IMPORTANTWAR FACTOR t* * * * * * * * * * * * * *,* WHAT'S GOING ON GOVERNMENT MAY DRAFT UNDER 21 TO WORK ON FARMS ALL * * * * AT THE THEATERS "Mary's Ankle" at the Garrick.' "A Daughter of the Sun," at the Whitney, Friday Feb. 22, Matinee and night. "Camouflage" at the Whitney, Thursday, Feb. 21. TODAY * * * * *...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 1

…I i i~ Sir ~aiti ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SER11VICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1918. PRICE TH TCH DAY; NINE D BY NAVAL AND CIV- WAITS ANSWER FORMER STUDENT KILLED OVERSEAS Word has just been received from the aeronautic department of the navy that Frederick W. Hough, ex-'18, was killed March 13, overseas. No particulars were given in the mes- sage. Hough enlisted in the Naval Avia- tion corps in March, 1917, while ...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

…students cannot take such warn- as this, and as their common should dictate, then some out- influence should be brought to to prevent this sheer reckless- ESTABLISHED 1818 MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK. Telephone Murray Hll' 8800 Gymnasium I SHIRT SHOE.S Consisting of PANTS SUPPORTER ept s A recent cable from France has it that a Yank from St. Louis was decor- ated by Premier Clemenceau for brav- - ery, and that he blu...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…flu' MEET I.lh ES VICTORY TO AT EVANS- 1T University of I1- idered one of the itered in the Big eet next Saturday the meet to the Don 't lily , 4,' " a < 1 dd ti i . r. x ., , .* . ; ' {. 1 't )(yr / Orphan Clothes rb&na institution expects to good showing but does not it can, stop Coach Farrel's need team. The Illinois ntor is' depending on Lang, ound man, and Carroll, a fast for lisa star point winners. k Nen To Go Outdoors et the...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…sation. As a whole the show, accord- ing to the opinion of the critic, was the best given at the Majestic this year, and before the season is closed, it will probably be ranked as one of the clev- erest productions shown at this the- ater. AT THE ARCADE Today the Arca return engagemen edy drama "The C: uring May Marsh. of the hungry yot human one, and T2 leading male role is full of surprise end and the audi( pence clear to the Always-- Ev...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 5

…pearance are and profess- the fighting itrol the destiny of a will find the qual- snap of youth, the e refinement of ex- acme of value-best -171- ; SAPFEL &CO. UGHTS OF THE GIVER y follow the receipt of a our roses or other flowers. ightfulness and good taste ail to find favor in the fair s ey6s. When you send flow- ours. That means the fresh- most fragrant blossoms, the last and please the longest. 213 E.LibertySt, Phone 294 All Univers...…

March 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…lod S ening Slippers in unlimited. rles. They it, Black or h of gold or r fashioned nted vamps, and artistic red heels. or Colonial sizes and k to D. s .t. -Sri y t r , r 'y 9 c / " a §i s D r i _. at V t k-Over Boot Shop. R J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Main St. m <> r l r dents of the University of Michigan inspect our new line of very smart models in (oung Men's Top-coats (oung Men's Gabardines (oung Men's Suits rments every one of ...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…4 rift aA r0' I- IDV ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918. RY BALL E ELABORATE nformal military given at 8:30 o'- Lt in Waterman han 400 tickets sale at the drug Set April 26 For Liberty Day Washington, April 18.-Friday, °April 26 will be Liberty day throughout the United States under a proclamation issued tonight by President Wilson calling on citizens of every community to hold Liberty Loan rallies and "liberally pledge anew th...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 2

…The R. O. T. C. motorcycle corps was put out of commission yesterday. It ran over a tack. Yesterday we received a letter from someone, having a minature sweet- heart flag on the back. Of course, we are doing some wondering just now. I omen i -i I "in. is about to come orts from London. me out-second. 4EEDED "'-And,". continued enthusiast, "I remember to play one-old-cat." "Well, we've improved smiled the genial pitcher nine. the baseb...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WOLVERINE TRACK MEN ON WAY TO DES MOINES FARRELL REFUSES TO COMIENT ON CHANCES IN DRAKE RELAYS . The Wolverine half mile relay team which left yesterday for the Drake relays will arrive in Des Moines late this afternoon. Reports from officials in charge of the meet say that a large field has entered. The entry list shows a total of 16 universities, 23 colleges, and over 30 high schools will send teams to participate. Co...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 4

…T1i E NACHIGAN DAILY .. _. Has 9volpv Done It Is It. Up Te ilga q q 0 I ic . When the Liberty Bond Salesman Calls On You--- BE READY! 1. Do not expect him to visit and talk the weather. He must make many more and time counts. about calls, 2. The amount of the bonds you buy repre- sents the "Horse-power" of your red blooded American patriotism and the speed with which you make your purchase represents your "Horse Sense." 3. W...…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 5

…flONDAY LMEA]G 'W'9 NEPAYL FHE DAYS THURSDO"AY fko fIDAYOn Nau MAUPV Calkins Drug Co. IT'S T ABOUT GETTING A TER KODAK FOR SEASON. WE WOULI r your TO TALK WITH YOUAl ice It ANN ARBOR DISHEGARoS W09EALES 1AYRULES Co. BAKERS DECIrARE FEW 1UYING PRESCRIBED SUBSTITUTES ARE] ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS Established 1887 FRENCH DRY CLEANING, PRESS- ING, AND STEAM CLEANING AT CITY PRICES. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR WORK....…

April 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

….1 NIIL IIU I IIL &FOR CHIDE PUS QUOTA NEARLY REACHE L AST NIGHT S* * * ,: AT THE THEATERS "The Brat," at the Garrick. * "Pollyanna," at the Whitney, Saturday, matinee and night. * I -)MA MALCOL LV 1 .M BLOCK( I Supplies ollege Spirit" & Co. Detroit Boys! to sell the old clothes. Till give a price 0 Hoover Ave. t. Phone 2601 that suits One door CONSTRUCTION 'OF TWO FLOORS TO BE COMPLETED NEXT SUMMER A new building to accommod...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…AIV J t~~ i!It .iI IDAY A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1918. T NO U. S. LIMITS ON WAR EFFORTS BRI New York, May 18. - To win the war the United States is determined . to set no restrictions on the number of men to be sent to France, President L Wilson declared here tonight in a speech re-affirmingrthe purpose of America to set no limit on its efforts. NTY0 As many men will go overseas as ships can be found to carry them, the p...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…- alists as it is seen by James H. Collins, - editor of the Weekly Bulletin of the led United States Food Administration. dis- h dit. The press is the greatest amalgamator Ms of peoples in the world today. By its - unified action and high motives of of service, the truth of our cause will be established. It is in that spirit as that The Daily Illini tries to serve. This is what Mr. Collins says: -- "The publicist's job is as definite rds, as t...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…BATTALION D BY senior class of the Unive on has decided to start a r Is year in memory of the of Oregon men who have to v all the Weap new ectory of Jniversity 'ing been V. Lansi: of the u Li' ing secrt 'I 'e been caused by this weapon; y the greater proportion of the us los sesduring the fighting of t few weeks have been so in- "Any type of machine gun in the hands of a skillful operator has the same destructive effect upon men movi...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…0 T :k C. eture ' of. C. 4:15 Hill Lieutenant Martin, of , the United States marine corps stationed at De- troit, has issued a call for a large number of marines, according to ad- vices. received here yesterday. This branch of the service has recently been re-opened and there is room for at least 30,000 additional men. This makes a vacancy of 1,800 officers and they will be chosen from the newly recruited marines. JAP r 337 ER ] be ...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…I'PLL UNIIE4. lL i 1 ,1 I PORTUNITIES TO AID PAN AMAS LEGHORNS $7.00 & Co. - Main Street o Stores SUIT'S CLEANED TO SUIT When we return your clothes dry cleaned we want you to examine them critically. If they are satisfactory kindly do us a good turn with your friends. If by any chance they should not be entirely satisfactory send us word and we'll call for them and make them right. We guarantee sat- ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS FOR EVERYT...…

May 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…1._ OT READY Buy Thrit UMMER Stamps =red that light weight ner suit made by Mal- of style, comfort, and sible for the reason that ide to your individual there because the mat- abric, and economy, be- osts little in the begin- ored by Malcolm will well-We are showing [flannel trousers. .LCOLM MALCOLM BLOCK IWHAT'S GOING ON TODAY 12:00 o'clock-Dean Lloyd speaks to University men in Lane hall on "Democracy and Duty." 2:45 o'clock-Mr. E. H. Ba...…

October 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…t ian 4'00 a'A PRES DAY AND NIGI SEE VI( to ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918. PRICE TH ES USING TION ES ARE WORRY matized To scing deaths from ers of the S. e were only o the hospi- ties are con- GARGOYLE WILL "GUIDE RIGHT" TOO The Gargoyle, in conformity to the University of Michigan being chang- ed into a military camp, will be de- voted throughout the year largely to the S. A. T. C. and S. N. T. C. The humor and d...…

October 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…ng except Monday r by the Board in tions. OCIATED PRESS exclusively entitled on of all news dis- t otherwise credited he local news pub- itered at the pstofice at Ann Arbor, igan, as secondclass matter...- scriptions b carrier or ail, $3.5. fies: Ann Arbor Press Building. ones: Business, g6o; Editorial, 2414. tmtunicAtions not to exceed oo words, pidth signature not necessarily to ap- n print, but asan evidence offth, and esof."vent will be; ...…

October 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 16) • Page Image 3

…s afternoon's Varsity foot. >ractice will be held at 2 k. All members of the are to report promptly. ut Play BLE MICHIGAN GI ERS IN RIMMAGE THICK OF BI CONTST roving But Fighting REDDIN AND HAMMOND WITH AMERICAN FORCES ON WEST FRONT yve met the contended Two former Maize and Blue grid- -ves yester-iron stars ilgured prominently in the of the var- smashing of the Kiremhilde line re- as the fea- cently by the One Hundred and For- innumera- ty-n...…

October 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

…b Ut UBHR TO BE EAMINED luable mines were flooded to n extent that it will be many 5 before they may be used. Be- his there is the danger of cav- nd slides. Extensive measures ing used to regain the use of nines, but the task is difficult y were systematically destroy- the process was carried to ex- limits. Conditions Bad4 outlook of resurveying and g claims of pre-residents is stu- s. In many cases entire famil- e been destroyed and property...…

November 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER PROBABLY RAIN AND COOLER rIl b4ir itan :43 ttl ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHRT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXIX. No. 42. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1918. PRICE THREE CE, WISON TO ATTEND PEACE CONFERENCE; ALLIES FAILTO SETTLE MEETING DATE; PRESENT CONGRESS ADJOURNS DEC 2 PRESIDENT TO VISIT BRUSSELS AND ROME, BESIDES PARIS HOUSE COMMITTEES CUT REVENUE BILL First Time in History of U. S. That Head Leaves Country While Hol...…

November 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAl Y TUESDAY, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THFS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ublished every morning except Monday ink the university year by the Board in tXl of Student Publications.I MBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSI he Associated Press is exclusively entitled the use for republication of all news dis- ths credited to it r not otherwise credited ts paper and also the local news pub- *d herein. mtered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, higan, a...…

November 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TH e / Ai ' ' s'r rte,,, " . ,4 _- ( 1 l . r MAJESTIC 2-3:30-7-8:30 NAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday TODAY-TOMORROW BRYANT WASHBURN "Till I Come Back To You" And BEN TURPIN in "SLEUTHS" Mack Sensational Comedy s .-- PHONE 1701 Shows at 2:00 3:30 7:00 8:30 MAJESTIC 1701 Shows a 2:00 7:00 8:30 a -----". I TODAY AND TOMORROW YOSTMEN GIVEN TALK BY HURRY up CACH DISCUSSES SYRACUSE GAME AND INT...…

November 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 42) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NO'I 11 f OND ISSUE, OF GA4RGOYLE BIG HIT second issue of the Gargoyle out Saturday with a copy en- "Treat 'em Rough." The en- umber bore out this title ad- y, especially the art work, in- g the cover illustration. On iole, the art work was the fea- f the issue. There were sev- artoons worthy of note, in par- r the one entitled "Messing." however, can really be appre- only by the S. A. T. C. and men naval unit. ...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER SNOWTOD RAIN ~Iaitg ASSOCIATED PRESS DAYV AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXIX. No. 68. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS r 1 - ALUMNUS TO WRITE 1 . 1919 OPR;LYRIC PROSPECTS GOOD UNION SECURES HAINS, '09, AS STUDENT MATERIAL IS INCOMPLETE MUSIC WRITERS MEET; MATERIAL PROMISING Director and Dancing Teacher Sought By Those in Charge of Production Hamilton Donald Hains, '09, has con- sented to write ...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBI FICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN lished every morning except Monday gthe university year by the Board. in of of Student Publications. BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis- nscredited to it or not otherwise credited s paper and also the local news pub herein. :red at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, gan, as second class matte...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 3

…1918. THE MICHIGAN DAILYPAGE * i rr ' .- r . -TTY " TOTALKATHLETICS AT NTIONALMEET ,Athletic Director Bartelme and Pro-. fessor Aigler to Represent Michi- gan at Gathering DEAN J. R. ANOELL, '90, WILL ADDRESS REPRESENTATIVES Rules Committee to Make its Annual Report; Training'camp Re- ports to be Discussed The National Collegiate Athletic as- sociation will hold its thirteenth an- nual convention, Friday, Dec. 27, at the Hotel Astor, New Y...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IlwriY+s 1M9 nior Gives Out Rules for Trosh ew men at Michigan are begin- g to wonder by this time what Is ected of them, and what they uld do or not do. With this in d a Daily reporter sought out one lhe old seniors on the campus and following is what this man thinks :es model freshmen. These rules based upon this man's personal erience and his experience as a aber of an organization which has lose connection with all...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,nS )pet On tpus .uildings L4 Millions of dollars have been spent to provide the buildings, owned by the University, for study, research, recreation, and living facilities. Some of them were built from University funds while the money for the con- struction of the rest was donated by Alumni and others interested in the University. The latest records from the secre- tary's officd show the following mone- tary values for ea...…

December 19, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 68) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER Military Equipment Will Fill12 Cars The shipments of military equip- ment from the S. A. T. C. to the Quartermaster's supply depot at Chi- cago will total at least 12 carloads. The cots with which the barracks were equipped and which have been stored in the Union since the dis- charge of the men are being prepared for shipment along with the uniforms and blankets. M. C. C. G. dancing party, Masonic temple...…

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