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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...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 11

…SUtr MGan SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1922 "The Mind in the Making" By James Harvey Robinson (Published by Harper and Brothers) have a great stock of scientific knowl- in the same patient and scrupulous ing. The rural mechanic thinks scien- (Copyright, 1921, by Harper and Bros.) edge unknown to our grandfathers manner. tifically; his only aim is to avail him- 1. On the Purpose of This Volume with which to operate. S...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Student Directory Supplement Topper, Willis E, 127 T 524 Hill Greensburg, P T Van Camp, Gordon D, '27 Van Antwerp, Lisle S, '25E 917 E xHuron Ponti. E Ann Grand Rapi Lawrence C. Leonard, W. Calvin Patterson, Paul Starrett, Willia m ^A. Buffalo AluniIF led ?P'sid Pa. 99-14 Cameron. James Murphy, Philip Kling, Robert J. Wilson, C. Coo1 ldge, .James Van inwagen, es-'931 George, F. Fiske. me r vice-president of the Un...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 11

… ~.LK K A. , EIGYAT THE MIC141GAN DAILY SUND3AY, MARCH 2, 1924 _ .:. . >. v Vacuity and Perspicuity MONTE GOMERICO <, DISCOVERY I -have just discovered that I am creature of moods. I, who always con-1 sidered myself as free as the winds, am slave to a mood. Not a whim, nothing as shallow as that, but a mood.' My mood varies with the hour of the day, the season of the year, the bookdIam reading. I am in the mood induced by a fairy tal...…

October 02, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…Goldman' --Cty's Fines aigPat-P'resets LUneq ualled Cleaning E4 acilities (Above) Lobby and receiving r om of Goldman's rnew, modern plant at 214 South State Street. Men's suits brou' ht here are Miracleaned and pressed for $1.25. Part of the Miraclean, system for the refining and distillation of our solvent made fresh and pure every day in our own pilant. / Where men's suits are sha!ed on individual mresses to give a finer, more lasting....…

June 02, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 179) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY fl~II cast of the Senior eld at 7 o'clock to- e dances this week *Union, Friday, urday, Mr~s. Yates Iday, Miss Martha me. Phyllis Rey- Ph~ysiciarn Comes Home In Steerange s; A Satu hold their last y night at Hel- The annuial will be at the Senior Girls'play rsday, June 14, can Jlich igaff eniors! . Gradruation. comes but, once in a life, time. Don't fail to have yoPur Senior picture made nowt' vqr ~ ou'l'l treasure it....…

November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 11

…__TI- E MCI-HANDAILY rO~ ~~ W ' . ; I t + t* fI Spovrs lb . ,- k' t l i . 1 I .. Th~e Cauldron HOREN4ANS CONFIDENT OF WI NNING TITLE B~elgian Biliard 1Star Hopes To W~ipe' Out 1923 Defeat Bly Hoppe E >tve, Darrell, Micigan's veteran clk andl cross country coach got a thirill theoter dlay ;just before the t of 11ec race against Wisconsin. runners were lined uip at the 'ting line wile two hundred spec- rs clustered abiout the sta...…

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...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 12

…66 11 9 we are all children of one Heavenly one to earn a livelihood in some more "'T he M ind in the M aking Father and that we should bear one or less standardized guid or profes- another's burdens with fraternal pa- sion. Both these aims are realized (Continued from Page 1) late itself as a result of this examina- tience. Capital is too selfish; Labor fairly well by our present educational hearing Galileo's fate, Descartes burn- tion, inste...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY News From Other Colleges nof the Law school will speak on NewsFromOthr :Clle s te "WrldCourt." Church of Christ Disciples California.-Helen Wills, '27, worm- these cheap but efficient vehicles are W "Normal Christianity-How Does it a national singles champion, de- in use. _ Work?" will be the topic of discussion at thei10:30servicesathhemChurchdo ted Winifred Suhr, '26, former Pa- IMinnesota.-A psychological clinic Christ D...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 12

…PAGE Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1924 SUNDAY, MARC1 2, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,. :... .. .:.. S. -- . -a -- a a II wl 001 'PLAY5. adthe ROBERT.' ,* 1 ~R w ." -,. a THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ORGANIZED 1863 You will find Our service courteous and pleasing in every way OLDEST BANK IN ANN ARBOR MAIN STREET AT HURON THE BAR SINSTER (Continued from Page One) will not turn out a dashing, princely chap, who can smoke cigaret...…

October 02, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN J.ALY . . . .. ... .. .. Ir OFFICIAL BULLETIN cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members e University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) i 1 .L WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1929 No. 7 i Department Heads: :indly call at the Secretary's office to O. K. the payrolls with the ll clerk, BEFORE October 25. Also, please send to this office with east possible delay, a...…

June 02, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 179) • Page Image 12

…__________IiiJEMICI GAN DAILX June 22, 23, 25-9-12 a. in., andI 2-5 p. 111. A L LETI A Is constructive notice to all members of *ed until 2.30 D. M. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.) JIIDAY, J17NE % 192:3 Number 179 nce of the Deans on Wednesday, June 6, al MW. L. BURTON. 1Camnencenzent: part in the exercises of Commencement week~ following schedule in order thatt there mal sible in carrying out the 'programn:-Punctu. as the procession will start ...…

November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S'Ul THE MICHIGAN DAILY SI-I www Books and Writers www Mr. Lawrence Discoves a New Land THE BOY. IN THE BUSH. .By D. It. Lawrence and X. L. Skinner,- New York.. Thomas Seltzer. 1924. $2.00. Those who feel that D. H: Lawrence is a force to be counted in contem- porary literature may have been wor- ried at his apparent intention to sink himself in the morass of abnarmal psychology and theories unadorned. They can rest ...…

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 ...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY, APRIL 2,1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Gargoyle -And Other Incidentals (By G. D. E.). is better looking than I am. When I ing. There were three attacks on me, I gleaned, a truth or two, that should When one considers the average receive my next shipment of gin I'll one of them veiled, and two direct. make the book worth reading. I in- "humor" magazines of this country, remember the artist. But the Lord of Hosts was sure'y cline to it...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1923 A PICTURE OF VACHEL LINDSAY ICHOLAS Vachel Lindsay Words by has avoided Amy Lowell's fault of is not the great poet of LAWRENCE H. CONRAD Dwriting upon themes with which she 11 1 America, ht he is the A(Drny a, of his rae . rawing by has only a superficil acquaintance; only one of his raeehsavidCr adbr' al who is strictly true to , HALSEY DAVIDSON of publishingi Carls andhurgsfauint...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 13

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November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 13

…R 2, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I a d . -A- I Ir tk )Yusi*c and 'Drama r Jv I, Against Jeritza The Independent Art of the DanceE The Band and Its Bounces Detroit Theaters London since showing he created a storm of criticz Douglas Fairbanks in of Bagad" will be held New Detroit for another Sunday noon concerts tol symphony orchestra, f By Robert Hamilton On' Thursday evening, October 23,, Ann Arbor and vicinity were first vouch...…

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...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGALINE The Michigan Band Travels (By W. Bernard Butler) "That Michigan Band," too, is a strongest and most lasting impres- tradition, one that was born twenty- sions of college life are left by the As classes increase and the inter- two years ago, growing up with var- thrills of the band. It has become vening number of years ,becomes led career until the late nineties an honored institution at Michigan. greater, Michigan's...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 19-A3 i - e ROBERT BARTRON HENDtRSON BIG ART AND LITTLE ART . Olrto. defyirg gra itson, while the A review, my dears, of the Deni- secord dances in are feee to make shawns! . . . with sillylittle "beauti- the r art, above al, natural, and thus,I fuls" and "perfections" and "eixgts- if you will, truly artificial. ites" to peck out the glory ot =their 'And so one could go or. It is hope- art. The ladies...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 14

… PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DA*, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1924 SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY The Ironic Humanist on the, Campus Frank Wedekind; Diabolic Moralist THE IRONIC IIU3IANST, by Charles M. Perry. The Midland Press. I have great admiration for the methods of Macaulay, who when given for review a worthless book, gently disregarded his subject and announced+ that he would speak on whatever in- terested him. "The Ironic Humanist" ...…

November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVI +* University Women ++ _ Financing the Activities of the Y.W.CA. WOMAN LEADS INDIANA DEMOCRATSI Secretary of Committee Runs Campaign in Taggart's Place work that is being done by1 W. C. A. is fundamental to the f the women on the campus, ce warrants their enthusiastic in the financial drive," de- Iane Gibson, '25, president of V. C. A. recently. irk which is as wide-spread C. W. C. A. necessarily becom...…

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...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 15

…Tea-IviiJ 1 ?adrai ie Cou1m. I-4 7ea-pit# Padra'le Colum, (By Lois Elisabeth Whitcomb) head is unwrinkled, the deep gray Padraicf'Colum rose quickly as we blue eyes, bright and eager unde their straight dark brows. He hold entered, and stood, a slight eager flg- his head high and there is something ure, silhouetted against the window in the chin lift that reveals not th in Mr. Frost's living room. His greet- arrogance of youth but its desire....…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY tAtISITiditfli " A higher concept of art. Can a.- The question is asked: "f life' man stand at so great a distance from fourney is endless, where is its goal? his fellows es to mould them.?'"-F. iThe answer is: "Everywhere." - (R lietzsche, from "The Will to Power," vol. 2. Tagore), from "Thought Relics." OMEHOW its the same with everyone -once a customer, always a customer. Tuttle's Lunch Room 38 Maynard St. South-of Maj...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -77 DAIRTMOUTH SEEKS FISTUDENT OPINIONS'i President Picks Undergraduate Con- ,nittee to Discover Sentiment Of Body INVESTI(ATIONS WILL BE MADE IN OTHER COLLEGES roiv Y At Arcade Theater ii I THEATERS 'MUSICALE LEAGUE MAKES Hanover, IN. H., March 1.-President Ernest M. Hopkins, of Dartmouth col- lege, has appointed a committee of 11 uai dirgraduftes, all seniors, to study aid nlrzennto educational policies and ende...…

November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE and both have made some attempt to Progressiveremedy it; the Republicans chiefly in the trust-busting days of Roosevelt, (Continued from Pag o yine) the Democrats chiefly in the first Wil dsonoe administration. Both have now lette did not. Wh ichever was; righ;lt in tic i.I sabg ad lwjb that, it proves a last that given p. Iis ai, hard, slow but tha:t makes it 'all the more inI- is no demagogue, but keeps his word r ...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 16

…"MARIA CHAPDE (A Review by R. Louis Hemons 'Mar -aine (Macmillan) iso rare novels which ares ten thatthe reader finds ualizing the entire story incident and character 1 as he reads, the printed by ever intruding upon I ness. This effect Hemon a rigid economy in the details, by an unaffected that is not natuialism, a by a clear, concise, an diction. The result of presentation of material: piece of literature. Hemon was a Breton the Lake St. Joh...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAY,, SUNDAY, -,_, A book that is vastly more exciting gotten the trials, the discoveries, the and thrice as melodramatic as Hecht's experimentings of his youth. As is THE MARRIAGE OF YUSSUF Frank Harris remarks in his portrait KHAN, by Frank Heller (T. Y. Crow- of Upton' Sinclair, the young man has ell). The publisher's cover advertis- some wisdom that ie lost with age, ing proclaims it a "corking adventure and other wisdom th...…

March 02, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 111) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ______________ RTH RITER ROAD, ONCE INDIAN TRAIL, RENAMED~ s far back as 1680. t~te lad Idli' trails across southern Mic1I~an *dlng to Mr. Milton E. Osborn Irman of the committees for mark- the hl8torical roads and trails Ann Arbor, of the S. A. R.. of the Centennial celebration. At time La Salle, the French cx- 'er, and his party were led from ~ in the southwestern part ~lia st~te, to a ~ettlement In t'ie nity o~ the p...…

November 02, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…I A ....... THE MICHIGAN DAILYS Cinema I~ Good clothe sATERaev TeteThe Wnerli are n t c id s-the library, wl Thetregoers will find a fine week l r o c i e t j/ ,g f entertainment at the Wuerth o hs dlcos abcedma®an-Iht crispgolen tetein the presentation of D .W.Ioftawafflebabcudmetsad C.rffth's much heralded photoplay I j CO ar th fial" Rerica b.Cabers.nthe strome 0 clothes aetefia _wiches has been started. Only I Oc charg- Roe Whrdandes.Thenr...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 17

…The Poets Who ome to Ann Arbor . (Continued from Page 1) is individual, yet too deeply interest- ed io the whole .social situation to be called ao =individualist. He swings against whatever has eraged him. If sometimes he strikes for the sheer joy of impact, it is none the less true that most of his blows are well-di- rected and have power behind them. Yet he can turn from such a thing as "Killers," a grim, terrible poem of the war, to somethi...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 17

…2, 1923 THE MICHIC NEWEL BEBOUT HEAVEN 1"" If heaven be considered a state of "S" stands for Stork and for Swan. I Both are living "S's" running on legs; happiness, it is then relative and not for they have S shaped figures made absolute; for happiness is a success-' by beak, neck and body. ful struggling in which one's desires find satisfaction. Thus heaven is a Books eat me up because they hate state of strife, of war. me "AN DAILY PAGE F...…

April 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 135) • Page Image 18

…111".IVIU..II MN LJAIL Y 1VIAUALINt, IUNDAY, APRIL 2, 192 Easter Aliiinery Displaying the newest creations of our Millinery Designers in con- junction with the best models chosen from the foremost Milli- ners of the country. A glance at our new models will, quickly convert you. And Prices are Attractive, too. EMMA B. FOGERTY SPECIALTY HAT SHOP East Liberty Street …

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 18

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER. 2, 19 THE STAGE Someone very keenly remarked that plains why King Lear's elder daugh- (Continued from ae wo if his "King Lear's Wife" had appear ters treated their father so harshly in known you were interviewing me I ed under the name of a German or wouldn't have let you in his "Gruach" as the work of an un- Thus we have a siuation BENEVOLENTLYhpronouncable Russian the numerous of thorough basic p...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 19

…I Telephone 165 BET and Pressing HERE, ALWAYS Notice how much longer your suit stays pressed when White Swan does it? Then ask some- one who sends his here. DRY CLEANING the same way, Clothes Cleaner-every time. Feel Better-Look Better. !AN DAILY PAGE SEVEN the recurring humility and defeat at bid side-show curiosity, a desire to the end of each play There is, in- "have it on" the herd, or a true love deed, a grip or swing of the metrical ...…

December 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 60) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1923 The Gift Exquisite Sets of Toilette Accessor'es Delicate perfumes, powders and other accessories for the toilete have been combined in sets arranged in attractive cases especially for gift;s. Here are listed some of the popular com- binations. There are many others. The artistry of transferring the fragrance of flowers from the blossoms themselves to equally appealing accessories of the toilette ...…

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