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October 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…DETROIT CHURCHES SUPPORT PROHIiTION Detroit, Oct. 1. -- A prohibition platform consisting of six planks was adopted by the Detroit council of churches at its fall meeting. Bringing back of light wines and beer was condemned by the council as an "un- principled minority" seeking to "des- troy manhood and befoul chastity." Adoption of the prohibition plat- form and the tabling of a resolution condemning the Ku Klux Klan feat- ured the session. S...…

October 02, 1923 • Page Image 5

…tUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE turism, spiritualists, and mitral re- the deck alongside the Harvard grad- ears of the late Caruso himself. As a dozen Michigan men spent the sum- gurgitation. The old stock is simply uate. The university student learned soon as the first strains of "Mammy" mer months overseas. Paris claimed being obliterated with race suicide, fast, despite the profane remarks oc- caught the breeze, the ...…

October 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I WANK, ,... m rfol-- } a s ..,....m. p...lp-a.ara+aw N ti ... ...day"="'"+ti ,Q'°c _ t i q, K' y 2 F a 4: _ /i°til Jt° _ .... - _ , FOOTBALL SQUAD PRACTICES BE IWO CLOSED GATS9i ;'PEPRE F A5 Intramural Items 4 lea oder to supply. the annual de- I mzandlfor Official Speedball Rules, the 1 iitr,.rhl l aI elarranent has }purchased 100 o pais froniCeo 'ge Moe's Short sh op f(,r distr:ibui on among the cl a...…

October 02, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 Fresh A ir Camp flakes Poor Kids Happy (By Lewis C. Reimann) to stand "Ten-shun!" while the win- while the "snipe hunt" filled the im- as the present site cannot be secured One hundred and forty-three poor ners of the previous day's tent in- aginative young minds with anticipa- for that purpose. It is hoped that kids of Michigan are healthier, hap- spection had the honor of raising the tio...…

October 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 8) • Page Image 7

…SAY, OCTOBF1R Z, 92( #7I-E. MICIGAN t}AILY ____ , LAS 'l Fr w S U1CCESS MEETS USE OF OIUMNCOLOSES ;TNT FORBLASTING ItE AT3 .M.ADVERTISING a AT 3 P.N. -___WaXVshi~n Oct. 1.- Useof TNT I)A1L CLA~l~i~d) LATI 10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per readling line for; three or more ipsertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per iare;rior. Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11e per readi...…

October 02, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN _________________________________I UNITARIAN CHURCH State and Huron Sts. SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister October 2, 1921 9:30 A. M.--Sunday school. 10:40 A 1.-w"earing a Mask." A question not concerningsthe Ku Klux Klan alone, but con- cerning the ideals of today. 1:41 P. M.-V. P. R. U. Supper at no inai price, open to new students; to be followed by a meeting with a speaker. A Cordial Welco...…

October 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 8) • Page Image 8

…i PAGE EIGHT DAUILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 4 TUESIdAY, OCTOBER 2, 1923 Number 8 Tryouts for Masques' annual play, "A Thousand Years Ago" to be given in Hill Auditorium, November 20, will be held in Sarah Caswell An- gell Hall Wednesday and Thursday, October 3 and 4 fr...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…0000 Irrn an Ia '' I TODAY DAY _ND NI( SER'I, 0 AIWAId .II. No. 7. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 P D SPEAKERS lOUNGED FOR ~TURE COURSE CL STATESMEN, HUMOR- ORATORICAL ASSO- TION PROGRAM kPPROPRIATION TEST IN HISTORY Irvin S. Cobb, Sir Philip Gibbs and . Judge Ben Lindsey Appear on List Authors, statesmen and humorists of America and England, many with international reputation, will speak on this year's Oratorical ...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…ished every morning except Monday during the Univer- by' the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for tion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise in this paper and the local news published therein. red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second tter. cription by carrier or mail, $3.so. es: Ann Arbor Press building, Maynard Street. n...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

….. "" ". . - ... - ' " " .. : ,. , . .." .. . . . ... .o ..: ... .. """"" , i :"". ... ..': V ., . r.. . , .. .- " " ., . ,. .,. .. . Y .X 'r; t * B # . "I - I TEAM HAS'IN U I.RE o)verine Tankmen Will Have Stellar Performers on Squad For This Season )ACH DRULARD TO POINT MEN FOR EASTERN EVENTS Swimming prospects for the coming ar are the brightest in the history the aquatic sport at Michigan, ac- rding to all pre-season dope.; With t two...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…ICE CREAM WOLVERINES TO ORGANIZE GOLF STEAM has already written asking for a dual with O. S. U. in the mc FOR CONFERENCE MEET IN CHICAGO meet with Michigan next spring and same day as the footba: 1 ! it is possible that a meet may be held that school. Arrangem nts are now being made application and also five best scores imuiIIIIIIIIIIInwInInlI i nIIIlluumIlluI to vbe held in thatl chy the1latter part any standar(1 nine hole course. All FOUNTl...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…'" ANN ARR WILL JOIN '.:I MICHIGANMUSIC WEEK Office fours nient VEm. 12, Ov< 711 'N. cade Theat "iatv Area Driver 1 "City Representatives Support Director Robert Lawrence In Project ne Never Would Think THAT Things But th Could Taste so Good. ey have a special way of doing things AT A, T ).AIRY ,LUNCH EAST WILLIAM STREET ttil1te Ca14|111C1111t11t11tflillliilltlllll[11lltlttlll Y R t 1 I I 1 f Plans are now under way for Ann Arbor's...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Iom eni dents' wives are eligible for member- ship and are cordially invited to be present. Mummers will hold its first meeting for the year at 4 o'clock Monday aft- ernoon in Barbour gymnasium. It is desired that all members be present at this meeting. Arrangements for hold- ing tryouts will be made. or the Scool lub will be held ck, Oct. 4. of Music from 3:30 tend an important meeting at 4:30I o'clock Wednesday aftern...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. I L. C. Smiths Woodstoek s AT THE THEATERS at Remingtons FOR RENT OR SALE T 0 D) A Y' Hamilton Business College State aned W111a2m Sts. SUN-TUES, I A Reliable Jeweler CHAPMAN. 113 South Main r 4----_._._. 4 Shorthand, Ty tarlal, and Con j New Ter IL BUiSINES . ... Screen , Arcade-"Ten Dollar Raise," A Saturday Evening Post, story by Peter B. KDyne. Majestic-Cecil B. DeMille's pro- ditction, "...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

… L L ET IN I. SL Artistic Picture Framing a special- ty at De Fries Art Store. 223 So. Main.-Adv. Girls Attention! Rain water-sham- poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving, face and scalp treatment. , Wigs for rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S. University Ave., side entrance. Phone 696-W.-Adv. Michig an. Boys and G irls WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL WELCOM E AND THE QUALITY OF SEVICE ATTAINED THRU 50 EARS OF EXPERIENCE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 N...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE VOL. XXXII. No. 7 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 PRICE, FIVE CENTS The Ku Klux Klan at U. of M. (By ." 1. ".) The Knights of the K K. K. out- With the great majority of the A T1, 7*line their objects as follows: To pro- people in this country discussing the A Kan sm ansafl ew tect the weak, innocent, and defense- mysterious Ku Klux Klan, pro and less from indignities and wrongs of con, it is to be expected that a ...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

…r ,: , ,_ THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL 8-0,CIETY' Announces for Its Forty-Third Season TWO BIG ONCERT COURSES Choral Union Series Extra Concert Series OCT. 20-ERNO DOHNANYI, Pianist Geatest Living Hungarian Pianist Nov. 22-JOHN MCCORMACK, Tenor The King of Song Singers DEC. 5-IGNAZ FRIEDMAN, Pianist Huniker said: "The Season's Biggest Pianistic Hit." JAN. 9-FRITZ KREISLER, Violinist The Standard by which others are judged. FEB. 3-ERIKA MORINI, ...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY lllllliltlliIIIIIliliilhiiilililliE!,2U= erished Irish noblewoman who rents SIGNS OF TflE TIMES her home to a wealthy American to (By E. . IL.) Tr save It from creditors. She herself In England when one takes a ride ll1"li eat r'si poses as a servant and assures the En train throughout the .countryside, American that the owner of the castle He seems transported from this time, (By Fred Kauffman) is tr...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…Books And Authors FRANK HARRIS he has since written Harris, calling (By R. D. S.) attention to some of the latter's de- ficiencies. Before reading Main There was a time when Frank Har- Street, Harris said, 'I know Sinclair ris would have been the last man to Lewis and know that he will never admit his literary failure. Even now, do anything great." when he has finally "thrown up the His other fault is a petty egotism. sponge," he blames the...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 13

…turism, spiritualists, and mitral re- gurgitation. The old stock is simply being obliterated with race suicide, neo-thought, and the era of rush and bustle. And amid this sad scene the last Forsyte gets a lesion of the left ventricle-or was it an aneurism- gives a few spasmodic kicks and bites the dust. But Galsworthy has relieved the tedium by giving us a delightful and pitiful love affair between boy and girl. Of course it's asinine, but so ...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…PAGE six THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921 Fresh Air Camp Makes Poor Kids Hapy (By Lewis C. IRelmann) to stand "Ten-shun!" while the win- while the "snipe hunt" filled the im- as the present site cannot be secured One hundred and forty-three poor ners of the previous day's tent in- aginative young minds with anticipa- for that purpose. It is hoped that kids 'of Michigan are healthier, hap- spection had the honor of raising the tion bu...…

October 02, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

…UNITARIAN CHURCH State and Huron Ste. SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister October 2, 1921 9:30 A. .-Sunday school. 10: 40 A H:--"Wearing a Mask." Aquestion not concerning the Ku Klux Klan alone, but con- ecerning the ideals of today. 5:45 P. M.-Y. P. K. U. Supper at nominal price, open to new students; to be followed by a meeting with a speaker. A Cordial Welcome to All! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Huron St., Below State 3. M. WELLS, MINISTER 321 E. Ann St. 1...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…it .igan at I DAY AND N I'D SER I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1919. P _ h _, nin ITH (ER ~TO! TS NEW HANDBOOK TO TELL CAMPUS LORE "Will You Do It," is the name of the handbook which the Union is publish- ing for the benefit of newcomers to Michigan. It contains hints to those who are not sophisticated in the ways of the campus, as well as a history of ,he Union, its spirit, and purpose. A short article on the athlet...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…SCCIA T:D FR.Z S vixv en'" tit'ed ti the nsP or c' c td nAor nu'i ot!'crwisc 1in g, :Mayard strcee. ri It is an absolute truth that MIichigan nccds high TWENiTY FILIPINOS REGISTER grade men as cheer leaders. WVhcn we consider the THIS FALL AT UT. OF I01WA prominent camplus mein who arc virtually idle at "h's time of the ycar-opera men, baseball nUniversity of Iowa is wurking for certain track _men-w,- havc a righlt to expea ct od an internati...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

… MUST BE REPLI N I vm l ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___-FIELDII\G _TRACK ATHLETES AWAIT SUNSHINE Forecasts' s can't win said Coacht g the loss of npus to sup- rho were on , spring are various rea- tee, Usher, reehan, Bo- d Pat Smith if Michigan a season as that is ex- The cam- the ranks these stars. Captain Carl Johnson has announc- ed a fairly stiff track workout the first day o...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…Students! Gree Again we are at your service withk an enormous stock of XT BOOKS and STUDENTS' SUPPLIES for all Departnents e Books Fountain Pens Lab Outfits Shop Tools Lab Coats and Aprons Instruments and Engineer's Supplies A Cordial Welcome and the Best of Service at 's University 316 South State Street Bookstor I mmmmW T o ols II i - eering . / dy Lam ps tric Supplie s N Clocks r .} " . "' O y J { ' . i I ', fx ....…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…r for two is being laid In the lobby, but the Anrg Ar- stone for the border has not arrived. might be The main hall and concourse is to be is to ar- practically all stone, none of which >mewhat, is here. Tuesday Wood panelling for the front of the' g date is building and for the dining room has failed to arrive yet. NUOTED P5YCHULUISI TAKES PROESOSI WHIPPLE'S WORK WILL DWELL ON MENTAL TESTING OF STUDENTS Guy Montrose Whipple, 'one of America'...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…re women entering for the first time be obtained by vberry hall, the hJ campus. These tain all sorts of cessary to women >n the campus. omecn I embers of the Symphonic if the Universtiy School of e invited to a "get-together" 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this a in Frieze hall of the School shman girls should be signed ymnasium work no later than ay. Those who have not done d apply at the office of Bar- nnasium at once. Jordan has moved back to >ffi...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…Mr. Ralph W. Tippett, for the past year manager of the Majestic theater, has resigned to become general man- ager of the Animated .Picture com- & pany. His headquarters will con- tinue to be in Ann Arbor. He ex- pects to begin his new work within three. weeks, during which time his successor will be named. Mr. R. A. Dolph, of Ann Arbor, is president of Mr. Tippett's new firm. Mr. Tippett expressed his regret in leaving his present office in vi...…

October 02, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…her at Y. M. , and eats. rs of Jewish' n at Lane The first year class in law is request- ed to meet the'Dean at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Oct. 2, in room C, Law building. Episcopal students are asked to note that the date of the reception and dance at Harris hall is at 8 o'clock Friday night, Oct. 3, instead' of Thursday night as previously stat- ed. Any Episcopal student who has not received an invitation may ob- tain one by calling at H...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…F. . t at' ,ij PI DAY AND S. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1918 P 1 SITY UNDER YEARLY PLAN Under the new schedule, the year will be divided into four terms of 12 weeks each. At the end of each term, one week will be given for examina- tions. The periods will be two hours long. Term credits will be given instead of semester hours this year. Forty- five term hours will equal 30 semes- ter hours. In other words, each term...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…w en IS 1 Let, then, the importance of the sit- ation be accepted, and the S. A. T. . men live up to their name-"sold- rs on active duty." Who would dare to think that Eu- For Law Course : D PRLSS [y entitled se cre news inn Arbor, $3.50. n g. 2414. 300 words, ropean demands upon America's man- power have been great when they look around them on the campus. The faculty will have to be "up on its fractions" when it figures how many c...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

… LD ELOPING 1* * * * * * * * * * * -11C1IAN FOUThALL *} SCHEDULE * * Oct. 5-Case Scientific school at * Arbor.* Oct. 12.-Camp Custer at Ann Ann Arbor. * Oct. 19.-M. A. C. at Ann Arbor. * Oct. 26.-Ohio State University at Columbus, O. - Nov. 2.--Northwestern at Ann * Arbor. * Nov. 7.-Chicago at Chicago. * .Nov. 16.-Cornell at Ithaca * (canceled.) * Nov. 23.-Minnesota at Ann Ar- * Posltlous Makes It; Goetz bor. ugh it is too early in the se...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… - mmi r y I 1 Hiy~ hi .1 .:. .4 N ,. "FrR ii ,. .q A( I /,' ' 'N4~~WLs, &p'.j - Ac D 7I~ot a ftcr..- I The Ann Arbor I Dairy Company I is now using its new milk and cream pasteuriz- ing and distributing plant, pronounced by com- petent critics as one of the most scientifically arranged and equipped outfits in the United States. Practically every piece of machinery is white enameled and automatic in action-the finest that mo...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

… - had a better s one. Care- ed genuine e I4 i- ., 1,= I® I I® (® i . . , c .,. Y Calkins Drug Co.. All th you n e brush t found in our stores abundance at . . . . .. . . e little things that e d --- from tooth- o shoe polish--are 13sned TH & CO., New York rest Pipe Manufacturer U. B-A-VOLUNTEER i I The Home of Consistently Good Pictures A Story Abounding in Patriotic Thrills Daredevil Stunts Wonderful Horsemanship Also Added ...…

October 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…pted by the navy. Students arriv- g late, who have passed the physical :amination for the navy, are to re- rt at the Sigma Chi house. New Ruling Asked Captain Durkee, commandant of the A. T. C., is making every endeavor secure a modification of the war partment ruling that only Sept. 12 gistrants are eligible for induction to the S. A. T. C. The ruling has fected several hundred men, who ,d registered in June and August 1918, and who had previ...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…t d f~ :, e rw ,-_, 'C'S - t ._ . j IIEATH ply 1T1 ANN ARBOR, M. UJNI--- - Senator Simmons te Before 'Senat Than ' _ 11 EST, HELD JAY [AL HAIG PASS TO T7 IN [HEAVY Professor-4 Thompson, h law in thie E. IUniversil; noon. Althoughc Professor TI argue, a law Aley M. ,y chair of ni 1888 to nne at 636 ,day after- ESTIMATE $293 WILL President WiIs to Zone Back Two y Counter. At. iced age of 83, Ad planned to w York today. condition, a...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

… TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1~1 [ER TY ..L I afli 1 ews FOR ALL EAtTET En Iee in u lie SSTREE d't de + I i e t . e.kf..3pe I ¢ y1dlik-'ny aw-T 21 ^r t +' r .__ ' v , L' C+ a. Ponmy, 2Q j. I, _ ,. 6~i ,.tah r ;C' tu84 fit ;l- t z bo4i a~ig47vic 8An xb SL sn n * FitA i pltal _._.a rm,-.__ -.a..._$ -_" -_..i.....,. sourcSii maw tr. r a r .r J vr ~~ qewvtDtot n ro n aIar f < aca22Iq) -7:3 4 in, Iv . ndhory o ,vpled ,~ i L } i -_G ... .... a k ,,;...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…_... d _ _ . . , .., . ,. . 1.... . M ..,. " . ., ....ii NJ _._ 1). . ...e IL .. ... .. - - ' >Ii;"g e. When Leland Scofield enlisted in the Army Ambulance Corps last June, the football team was left without a man- ager. And when Pat Smith joined the Naval Reserves, the 1917 eleven was- fated to be captainless, for the time- being at least. Athletic authorities, when inter- viewed, were unable to name Sco- field's successor, though it seems ...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…' Id 'IJIGAN DAILY I - - A IV V i -n c)1ege? If you shoild be ~retable to(dosecrtaral work for tie coaianu in- oFicer than to be in the to enc' es. i'erh ,a is a de d e~ (c- t"'i:Ta"Itt.it. wr. cni lit you 7')tr this v;;. k (afll for fll pfartimlai, 711 Th 1.C~ardailLo~o Leaf Nte Books, ltalt 's.---dv, ' .rko%. wlct tiart >:cl-,iiiir Y' 'Maya lothes nd Leaw r ai~not~o kinds. Cdome down tow for clothes for you can't get them anywhere...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…9: ~ 7777 OCTOBER 2, 1917 igan Heads ,acs at Camp By Phil Pack) 1 thought you were in s the other boys are now *~1f more., u are sorry that you and- eed to wait for them irse I am sorry that lay for three months, evedore from 5 A. M. i had the other ten elf for relaxation,- charged. Yes, yes,- ; a night or two in ht have made up for life of a laborer-so Uncle Sam thought here I am, back at out in began, time to get wasn't it?" .1...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…T s, If-1A fIMICHIGA 'N DAIL( USAY C0 I .LI OJfMMULIII E --ROSEELT! I (WCUIIES 11) ITE ). MAY. MVlU)STREEFT MIichi ,<n's tneighbo J' r ando-partner the n Scolo ui pndis2 buligdesigned and.builtesPecal orit ont;he i:Ofte d (;Elio:. g .. 1,t raoi . h o Nw-hop .'., de)onMa3y- above Lthe stretlvcnan h adInistatve offices: r;?teofie ir~o~n, a ladies' re: t room, a nd a geis- tlemnen~s rest room. The entrance to Frieze Memorial auditoriumn is ...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…F. 1 917 THE MICHIGAN DAILY isher's mu .c at opening as- Drawing Insruments. Unnsual bar- t Armory Saturday night.- gains i: ccond-hand sets, at Wabr's. -Adv. PROMINENT STUDENT iar Chains Watch Chains Pocket Knives Cigar'Cutters '4 see y u have a Pen wth Clip-ap Ihave one too:' Almost everybody has The peiwitxhthe Clip-Cap Conklin & Swan Pens OUTLINES TRADITIONS FOR THE FRESHMAN New men at Michigan are beginning to wonder by this t...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…. . nom. l'~J 1.4.: . __a i. .C"'i r f x l ^. E. 9 OCIN) 1 iT MICHIGAN DAILY iU~SDAY, OCT( 120 BOOKS BTA.. NED FO A YLB ARj UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN SENDS 500LVOLUMES TO CAMP ULLCUSTER More than 1200 volumes have at present been collected by the Univer- WE TRY TO SERVE sity library in its quest for books to send the soldiers and sailors. Of YOU RIC H T these, 600 have been sent out; 500 to Camp Custer at Battle Creek, and 50 each to Allentown,...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…TI MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NINE TI MIHIANDALYPAE IN /1 e St'i~u-31oa.( o928X! Imagine Yourself if you 'rea "live one ~%_ AEROPLANE PILOTS KEPT BUSY GUARDN ENGLAND REQUIRED TO SPEND NUMBER OF HOURS IN FLYING CERTAIN NIGHT in this 3-button STEIN-BLOCH Coati No padding--no stiffen- ng--nothing but honest f a b r i c, hand tailoring and "style galore. " Prices $20 to $40 Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co. formerly of 510 E. William St. has moved t...…

October 02, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, i THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, I' Walk-Over , - , _ y .. iw ,~: 1 ?, :.I - .. : . ;a F f f . S ,. 'b' y .:, ., , e.. N JY, " 4 \ d 1 k' 1 t w " " Y -1T is "w i Our "Devon" Model A regular thorougbred Comes also in Brown Russia, Koko Brown Siberian Calf n Cordovan Style 939 Price $9.00 $7.00 to $9.00 Walk-Over Boot Shop 115 S. Main Street Ii Newcomb-Endicott Company Detroit, Michigan 1868 FOUNDE...…

October 02, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…* * * * oe en ve of Slav Rou- * * * * 41 * * * * 41 * * since the re- rg drive dis- rad say that been won; e has been soners taken. territory and is are "strik- the re- 'n north n troops r blows -German renewing the at- oumania from the now staring it in orcing the with- itonic troops from the Dobrudja the te his manoeuver during the drive sent the famous n" men into the gion, where it met 3t disasters of the DARTMOUTH TO INAUGURATE N...…

October 02, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…stations: Qjuarry's, btacients' aup- 1.1-1 ply Store, The Delta, cor. Packard early and State. Phones : Business, 96o; teleg Editorial, 2414. 7 pin, wher _________ Monday, October 2, 1916 8 BIssue Editor-E. L. Zeigler print some THE FIRST QUIZ pus?. BThe Michigan Daily welcomes you. Almost immediately quiz- socie masters will be asking you difficult what questions. The Michigan DYaily ing t wants to start things off by asking a ha. several ver...…

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