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November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…?two A& 1&6-- Yt &uA& r *PRESS DAY AN(D NIGHT SERVICE I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918. PRICE THREE - __ .__ I BELGRE DEFENSES; OS OVER ENTIRE NAVY; EMY OFF MOUNTAINS Lid 's Off! Army lien Get Mtovies URTLESI Army and navy men of good health TE will not find it necessary to spend this week end in Ypsilanti, if the ting plans of the War Camp community; service work out as anticipated. A program of movies and music ...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…NUmU IUlL lIEl IU tII S. A. T. C. MAN SAYS DYSPEPSIA MAY BECOME COMMON IN TJIo ,men I ting except Monday ar by the Board in cations. 'SOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled tion of all newsdis- not otherwise credited the local news pub- Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at home to college women from 3 to 5 CORPS. EY at Ann Arbor, not to exceed 300 words, ature not necessarily to ap- as an evidence of faith, and will be published in The etio...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…I }ltra1mural ~I TEST OF of the first string line men. For the first time, the Chicago formations were put into running light againvt the Varsity. The scrubs used them almost exclusively, netting good gains toward the first of the play. Later, however, the line of the Varsity with- stood the puzzling Chicago style of attack. Heretofore, the scrubs have been going through the Maroon formations at a slow pace, that the Michigan mentor might ...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…to Lieut. L. R. Conway, rifle work here, the old ard rifle range on Pack- being made over for the . A. T. C. The range is ut two and one-half miles ity on Packard street. It completion, he says, and y .for use in a short time. enough to accommodate Jng necessary to train the make them familiar with hie rifle. will shoot from trenches by the engineers. These e constructed along the es no'w being used in France. The work on the trenches will st...…

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...…

July 02, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…R D WEEK C, I r EONLY OFFICIAL SUMMER NEWSPAPER Nn R ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUJSDAY, JULY 2, 1918 IAI6 PAPES LUNI(Sum of $5o,ooo Already Collected Tovards Putting -1YN M New Union in Shape for Accomodating Detachment ent Tendency is to Present Only iews Which Indicates Forward; Progress. [IBIC CHANGING ATTITUDE- tat newspapers serve as the con- " ing link between the individual , the social system, was the opin- expressed by Prof. F. N. Sc...…

July 02, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…AGE TWO lilllilll11 11111111111111111I11t!1111i111 WuerthTheater Afternoon-2:3o and 4:0o Evening-7:0o, 5ooand 1o:oa * Phone--nbo-J PROGRAM FOR JULY Tues-Wed-2-3-Dorothy Dalton in "Love7Me." Also "Eagle Eye," Thurs-Fri 4-5 -Jack Pickford in 'Huck and Tom." Also 'Holmes, Travels and Comedy. :Z Sat-6Ela Hall in "A Mother's Secret." Also News and Comedy. Su Mon-78-James W. Gerard's- PM ose Years in Germanay," in tzo Pacts,. Tues e9-o.-Ann Penningt...…

July 02, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…THE WOL'VERINE PAGE THREE XS [[ACOE SlGNS SUMME STUDENTS hip already Exceeds That of Year; .tore Signers Are Expected undred new members have ured by the Women's league alt of the campaign instituted ummer school women last . This number already ex- ae membership of last year, believed that when the char- the organization becomes bet- en by summer students, that arger increase may be ex- i Saving Wheat and Sowing Seed Will Put an End to ...…

July 02, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE THE DETACHMENT NEW AGIDAL SIONAL WOHK Health Situation AIM FOR NEW COURSE BettersAverage Sickness for the past week in the Detachment May IecomePart of Pre- second training detachment has been sent Training Organization with lower than the average cantonment cases. From Jn 22 to 29 the per- centage of sickness i the three com- panies of the detachment was .026. Actual signal work, similar to that Company C still ho...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY SHOWERS; t o TODAY ja I at 1v ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AN) NIGHT 1MIE SERVICE XXVIII. No. 176. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1918. PRVIE THREE CENT4 6' R.O.T.C. MEN1 ITF RI1 YETOMORROW T FORT SHHRIDN TH OF INTENSIVE WORK TO BE (rIVEN COLLEGE CADETS UT. MULLEN WILL ASSIST IN TEACHING ty-tiree Alternates Named Suibstitute for Those Withdrawn to One hundred and ninety-six cadets of the University R. o. T. C. wi...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 2, MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled he use for republication of all news dis- hes credited to it or not otherwise credit- in this paper and also the local news ished herein. licial newspaper at the University of iigan. Published every morning except day during the university year. tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as ad-class matter. ces Ann Arbor Press Building. ones: Bus...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ----a- RSIYHAS EASY IMWIHNRA NICHI Player A. Knode, ss........4 Cooper, if ........2 Ohlmacher, rf ....3 Mraz, 3b. . ......3 Genebach, cf ......2 Morrison, o.......4 Garrett, 2b .......2 Adams, lb ........4 Saunders, p ......4 GAN B. R. 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 H. 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 P.O. A.E. 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 5 4 0 14 1 1 1 5 0 FRRELL USQUA LAST HEAVY PRATC to take to the Conference meet. From the way th...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 4

…ThE NIJCHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE2 _____________________ ------------------------.-------- SHIPS MAY LECTRO-WELDED With College, Contemporaries OBSERVAORY HOUSES VALUABLE TELESCOPES 9 . * * * * * * * * E * * * * AT T HE T HEA TERS s1 b *F tI " f THREE SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEERS tions by combining some and elimin- WILL INVESTIGATE WATERFALL ating others of the power houses. -- "Niagara Falls has become a great W. V. Curtis, Garson P. Bren...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 5

…I ~ Mi1{TA~NL)AII Y r If you want A Carmpaig Q Hat of distinctive quality Buy a Stetson Wadhan s &tCo. State Street Store ..,.: J Sti';t CLEANED) TO SUIT Wt ,r ' lip , ' ' ' ,,II , ; , "== ;r ' t Vii,';'' '1 ti ---'.:.r G\ en we return your clothes dry clean ,d W * \.''nt you to examine them criticaliy. If they are satisfactory lindly co us a good turn with your friends. If by any chance they should not be entirely satisfactory...…

June 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

…THE ICHIGAN - DAILY SUNDAY, THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, )ffiCer,Stop that Man! From buying cotton mixed suitings, he will not get satisfaction. Only strictly all pure wool fabrics will give satisfaction. We have a large assort- ment of pure wool suitings for you to select from. Fit and workmanship will please you. . K. MALCOLM EAST LIBERTY STREET MALCOLM BLOCSi Don't Forget to Attend Our 15th Anniversary Sale - I Sheehan & Co. nn Arbor...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…A6V !t ) ANN ARBOR, MI 'dunip AIrirn LN, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1918. THIRDLOA QUOTA University Committee Confident That Mlninmnn Sum Will He Raised iIn Campaign $22,000 MUST BE PAID TO REACH $200,000 GOAT, CITY MAY1SCUR ElT U S p HOPIA Representative From Surgeon-Gener- al's Office to Consider Local Sites for Institution FIRST DEFINITE.STEPS TAKEN TOWARD CARING FOR MAIMED WARRIORS 13 NEW Member of Unit Michigan Naval Shows Loyalty Alma Mat...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…'7 -J in 1925: Michigamua The Sympathetic Buildings and , Jeof- This Grounds Department ,ccusa- Do you see anything noteworthy in the fact that the campus fountain re- book- cieved its vernal dampering yester- aloof day, May 1? States Oh, So That Was the Reason? uation Cary:-I sent this joke to B. L: T. nts to once. When Evelyn Marshall married world into Chicago's greatest department th his- store, I took it upon myself to wonder e con- as ...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…vi It .1 SUNSHINE INSTILLS MIUCH IN FARRELL'S SPEED AGGREGAUION PEP l. the " With the sun shining down on Ferry Field, Coach Farrell had his entire: squad out for a stiff workout yester- day afternoon. The athletes showed more pep in the practice session than at any time this year. A new trackster put in his appear- ance during the afternoon. Kapp is the addition, and from the way he wasj leaping in the broad jump in hisI initial tryo...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…I ' I ANominees for Of fices to Wie Voted Oan at Campus election Friday ;e 11 The following men, nominees for the union, will be voted uponi Fri- t- ay, May 3, All-campus election day:' - PRESIDENT-R. A. Butler, '19L, and D. W1. Springer, 119F. t- RECORDING SECRETARY--Ralpli Gaunlt, '19, and Charles Sl Sul llvan, '19A. Ig MEDICAL VICE-PRESIDEN T-Richard )LIiean, 11911, and Theo- e dore Squiers, 11931, r ENGINEERING VICE-PRES IDENT-C. T. Van D...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

…II MING HOUSES TOBE INSPECTED THIS WEEK EDITOlIAL CHITICIZEI ~i Early Spr ^ xe are ofess- hting e he destiny of id the qual- of youth, the ement of ex- f value-best FEL & CO. - , ' ..u , ' 1 .-:. 1 CAR. \ PHONE 1101 ing positions for the ensuing year. When such circumstances arise, the E board finds it necessary to consider outside candidates. This notice should not be considered as an intimation that these circumstances will ari...…

May 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 149) • Page Image 6

… -beauty in the ugliest, strengtt weakest, and the tenderest ht NEWS The literary critic Says I WHAT'S iG 11 .50. )p. 1 Michigan nart models in .ts Seventy-nine applications have been received from students by Lieut. George C. Mullen for entrance into the fourth officers' training school. Out of this number 40 will be selec- ted before May 15. As soon as the elections are made by the military authorities, the names will be announ- ce...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…I F r: li' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. _. BARE LGANDA the use of corn- 1 Detroit physicians Ad as "German pro- . Warren E. For- e University Health on the form of in- the consumption of a reported as having 1 and east sections rsythe said that he hich corn can have 'here have been no such illness among Dr. Forsythe has of the statements c 1ainena CITY ADOPTS EATER PLAN AT ELECTION \All Seven Wards Give Majority Vote in...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 2

…ARYATI1J EFFICIENT WORRY / Now and then someone comes forth with the saying that he admires a certain person because that person never worries. To follow the career of an unworried person would be most interesting, for, without doubt, such a character never lived. The man whom we thing of as never troubled, is, but carefully conceals the external 1signs of it. One of the high roads to success is worry. Self complacency is d a sign of decay. T...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGA mey il La DLIEV I LELSW [1 all PL layer A nd rof. C. 0. Davis to A ddress Women important phases of the wars r ery Will Lead T[[{ IG[ERSl lyrAn SrIs"Maintaining Existing Standards of for women who have regist Vext Year 's Five AD il IVTADnii Soldier Loses Eye -Education During the War," will be service in the line of patriotic WIT IIY ~~~~~~Cthe tirt fn ,rrc ~ rffaLinP ana1n1cnilA Red Kuhn, Former Chicago Snapped With ...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 4

…ThE N-CHIGAN DAILY for Vi ory: Stamps Savings Because the more we save, the more labor and material will be available for the use of the government and for the support of our army. r- .. Because we must have dollars as well as men in the fight Because they establish the soundest and simplest basis for freedom. of saving, which.is the there is no safer investment in the world. t War Savings Stamps increase in value. \ , -U W...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 5

… iris To ./ ce are of ess- ;hting itrol the destiny of i will find the qual- snap of youth, the e refinement of ex- acme of value best CA T PPFEL & C.O FLAN DERS OR LOWERS PHONE294 213 E. LIBERTY t GARAGE I IN PHON9 1101 Siveetheart Flag Military officers in Detroit received word from Washington yesterday that the "girl left behind" will be permitted to display a special "sweetheart" flag, provided she is bethroted to the boy now ...…

April 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 131) • Page Image 6

…1 1 11:. A A l... A'%.A A'%.5l& tL4LA.. A Models >ers oot Shop. Prop. ALLIES HALT HUNST A MOREUIL AND HANGARD (Continued from Page One) considerable activity on the Asiago plateau. and along the Piave river, and that in Albania on the western shores of the Adriatic the Austrians have been repulsed after an attack on a position held by the Italians. GERMAN ATTEMPT TO BRIDGE OISE FRUSTRATED BY FRENCH With the French army in France, March 3...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…1 r ,tr rt t t ~Iatlj ASSOCIATEE PRESS DAY A NDNIGHT WI SE'RVICE Eb ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918. PRICE THREE CE IN ORiE APRI1 T DECIDED' ST ANNIVERSARY P STATES ENTRY INTO WAR 1 I ATE OF INTEREST IS STILL UNCERTAIN blic Demonstrations of Patriotism Strongly Urged for Opening Day . (By Associated Press) Tashington, March 1.-On April 6, first anniversary of the United tes entry into the war, the third arty Loan will ...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…MICHi( AN DAILY ii t libraries, has the following to say: % _"There are three ways in which PRESS camp libraties can help: First, by ively entitled helping to maintain the morale of the all new sdis- men by providing them vith inter- ierwisc credit- e ypoi.zg h~ ihitr local news esting and entertaining reading mat- ter to help tide over the moments Jniversity of of loneliness and depression which rning except year. come to everyone; second,...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…ite Use.ato be maven as U and 1I ges all can-* ity baseball * practice in .*E 1 today from *j all is for all *, out for the *I ositions and *j more men * 'e accommo- * * S * * * * * IP FORi LCK M EET He used to be a lazy human, of the. Even As You and I variety, but Alas! it's all changed now. He goes to bed at 7:30 at night and rises at 7:30 in the morning. He subjects his car- cass to the humilation of alternate hot and cold baths (they gi...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…* * * * * * * i° *: a: ATV THlE TREATERS John Drew and Margaret Ill- ington in "The Gay Lord Quex" at the Garrick. Ruth Chattertaon in "Come Out of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,, March 2. "The Mimic World" at the Ma- jestic, next week. TODAY t * *i *i * * *a * Ii a I' Triangle ThEBR I "Love 0' Mike" at the Whitney. *': * M je :ic -' Talor Holmes ins " lneasy Money." Arcade -farold Lockwood, in *"The Square Deceiver." Also *Charlie...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ng Showin I Lg - of - i-'IN -BLOCH CLOTHING IMPERIAL HATS ... i " t -and- -0 NEW FURNISHINGS Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co. ws you taking advantage of the low ma r- ket prices of all industrials? is the time to buys We specialize in-HOOVER STEEL BALL and KING TRAILER can also quote you prices on any other stocks, listed or unlisted YOUR INQUIRIES SOLICITED FORSHEE ONE 808 an d KUEHNLE 412 1 st National Bank Bldg. ...…

March 02, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…2HIGAN DAILY i 1 LLI ., 1918" Models SOLImES READ MANY' KINDS OF LITEfRATURlE I WHAT'S 'GOING ON i I Comfort Evening Slippers daily in unlimited f styles.BThey Patent, Black or , cloth of gold or aintily fashioned g pointed vamps, rches and artistic covered heels. Iored or Colonial All sizes and iple A to D. ' . f / %" . # ' '' ' . ...._ _ r k i <: k a g p.- y "° d ., i y, t -Over Boot Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop. 115 S. Ma...…

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