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November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Generally fair taix1ay and tomorrow; continued cool. C, r 4--r Sr t39an Uattij Editorials To The Homecomers,. . Exit The Old Line Parties... VOL. XLVI. No. 30. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Professor Hobbs Predicts Further Quakes ForToday ____./ Program For Homecoming OpensToday Yost To Present Portrait Of Baird At 11 A. M.; Alumni Will Attend Bands Will March To Union Together Wolverines...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…GlE TWO THE MICHiIGAN D~AILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 LGE TWO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 193w ----------- a Lumbermen Of Michigan Hear TinkerSpeech State Timberland Owners Hold Annual Conference On Land Utilization More than 75 Michigan timberland owners convened at the Union yester- day to open the annual Land Utili- zation Conference sponsored by the forestry school. The chief speaker of the confer- ence, which will last through Sun- day, ...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY State Farmers is Will Back Tax System Change Grange Delegates Vote To Support Revision Of Tax Laws At Next Election BIG RAPIDS, Nov. 1. - (P) - Del- egates to the annual convention of the Michigan State Grange returned to their homes today, prepared tc back up at the polls a legislative pro- gram whose high points included a revision of the taxation system and sweeping changes in the state liqu...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY parties were formed cannot live forever. For many years it has been apparent that there was little important differences in Republican and Democratic beliefs. The passing years of our crisis are continually emphasizing this fact Therefore, we believe that voters of America are increasingly concerned now with individuals and not parties. Old loyalties are being aba...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGF, PIIV Sororities And Fraternities Plan Various Parties For Visiting. Alumni Many Chapters Will Entertain This Week-end Homecoming Celebration Will Be Big Event For everal Houses Homecoming will be celebrated by most of the houses on campus to- night. Fraternities and sororities are expecting many of their alumni back for today's game, and a great many chapters are planning dances, teas, a...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1935 PAGE SIX SATURDAY, NOVE1~LBER 2,1935 Unbeaten Iowa Favored To Overcome Hoosier Squad Gophers Face Major Test In Game With Purdue Williams Is Keyman In Ohio-Notre Dame Tilt BBTheIL RSTOVE By BILLRED Northwestern And Illinois Seek First Big Ten Win In Game At Evanston CHICAGO, Nov. 1. - (P) - The Big Ten's football championship brew, a mixture of national and conference title i...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1635 THE... MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN 4 Varsity Swim Squad Begins Regular Drills Thirteen Lettermen Forn Nucleus Of 1936 Tean Defending National Tith Fairly confident of retaining their National Collegiate title but not too sure that they can subdue their ow freshman squad in a dual meet Coach Matt Mann's Varsity swim- mers are beginning daily drills this week at the Intramural pool. Thirteen returning lettermen have...…

November 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIfT THE MICHIGAN DAILY See Control Of Coal Industry As Tax Result Members Of 'Little NRA' To Get 90% Rebate OfI New Tax On Industry WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. - (A') - The Federal government imposed a 15 per cent excise tax on the nation's bituminous coal producers today in an unprecedented attempt to regulate the inducru Under the law the tax became ef- fective today, although it will not be collectable until Jan. 2. Those of the 15,000 pr...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…Thie Weather Increasing cloudiness with rising temperature: showers today; tomorrow cooler. Ole tan -4al Editorials Exit The Sunday Law . Small Town Journalism . VOL. XLVI. No. 3 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Italy Sees Blockade ByBritain Scores England's Stand I Mediterranean; Wants To Know Purpose Naval Concentration Termed A'Sanction' Italian Consular Agents In Ethiopia Enroute To Addis Ababa GEN...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Tur. i11IG1N1 AILV AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1936 Msndates Left By Long Are Put In Effect Legislature Continues Its Inquiry Into Louisiana Dictator's Death BATON ROUGE, La., Oct. 1. -(A) - Huey Long's last legislative man- dates -37 of them - became law today as the administration he left behind him pushed an investigation into his assassination. Long started the program through a special session of the legislature three weeks ago but was str...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAI THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA Van sweringens Buy Back Railroad At Auction Threaten March On County Jail New Jersey Public Utility Dispute Angers Crempa Sympathizers PLAINFIELD, N. J., Oct. 1. - (P) - An angry, muttering crowd milled about the bullet-marked home where the body of Mrs. Sophie Crempa, 41, still lay unburied today and threat- ened to march on the Union county jail in Elizabeth to demand release of her son, John ...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY S- t j - th 11 I i Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER 0ssochated 9 ltsiate r ss - i1A34 ][ VA19 3.5 - ~msoN WscCOtS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for repub...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY !n Many Foreign Students Take Graduate Work University Enrollment Is Increased By Students From Many Lands There is a notable increase in the number of foreign students enrolled in the University this fall according to Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor to foreign students. Many of these students are taking graduate work and many others have received their bachelor of arts degrees from uni- versities in their nat...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Varsity Shows Increased Pep As Game Nears Earl Meyers Appears At Right End; Joe Rinaldi Benched By Cold Prodiguous tales of a superteam are drifting down from the Michigan State camp at East Lansing, but side- line observers at Ferry Field during the past two days are by no means pessimistic over Michigan's chances against the Spartans in Saturday's game. Enthusiasm hit a new high for the season yesterday afternoon as Coach...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…OCTOBER 2, 1935- IHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE OOTOBER~ 2, 193~ PAGE F, U FIFTY-SEVENTH NION 1935-1936. CERTS ANNUAL SERIES I ALL -STAR P ROGRAMS 10 -- i I I. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Giovanni Martinelli-- E Doris Doe, Contralto side Norena, Soprano -- Ezio Pin za, Bass Fritz Kreisler 2. 3. 4. 3. 6. 7. 8 . MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Metropolitan Opera Quartet in a Program of Solos, Duets, and Quartets. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 ...…

October 02, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…FAE EIHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDN ESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1935 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued fromPage 4) contralto; Ezio Pinza, bass;in a pro- gram of solos, duets and quartets. November 6, Rachmaninoff, pian- ist. November 11, Don Cossack Russian Male Chorus. Serge Jaroff, Conduc- tor. December 3, Fritz Kreisler, violin- ist. December 11, Boston Symphony Orchestra. Serge Koussevitzky, con- ductor. January 14, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Vla...…

August 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

… Te Weather Partly cloudy: cooler in south portio~n today; tomorrow thun- dershowers. Official Publication Of The Summer Session Editorials. State Mfecine Is AWay Out.. i ..,.. VOL. XVI No. 35 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 PRICE: FIVE CENTS r Peace Talk Is Out For Mussolini Effective Eupedic Program To Be Task Of Future Education Duce Refuses To Not To Declare Ethiopians Promise War On Laval And Litvinoff Try For Conc...…

August 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 THE MICHIAN DA......DA...AUUST.2..93 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Offcial Publication of the Summer Session ..-- 7 , F- y, r '- _ , ing of its members more efficiently and reward them according to the value of their work re- gardless of the social status of their patients and the standard of medicine will not be lowered by socialization; they will be raised. Let the doctors carry on their tradition of pro...…

August 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…JDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FACE TRY= WAY, AUGUST 2,1935 ?AG~ THRE3 ActionOn Rum Reform Sought By Fitzgerald Demands Commission Turn Enforcement Over To State Police LANSING, Aug. 1. -- (/P) - Gov. Fitzgerald, goaded by the reluctance of Chairman John S. McDonald of the state liquor control commission to put into effect recommendations for the reform of the liquor act ad- ministration, threatened action to- day. -The governor ...…

August 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…!ouX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 Foul FRIDAY, AUGUST 2,1935 Charges State Is Not Getting Fair AAA Lot Commissioner Charges Michigan Contribution Far Exceeds Benefits LANSING, Aug. 1- Michigan is not getting a fair break in distribu- tion of federal benefits under the AAA, Commissioner of Agriculture James F. Thomson, maintains in re- porting that up to May 1 the state contributed $4,812,296.78 in excess of benefits paid. Tho...…

July 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

… SirPiganb essaii Official Publication Of The Summer Session Editorial Intelligence In Democracy . '.An Ounce Of Prevention' .'. . WAMM.= ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1935 PRICE: FIVE CENTS . . ..: r i -Associated Press Photo. William Ferris, who has made a full confession that he shot Howard Carter Dickinson, New York attorney and nephew of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, in a prearranged hold-up and murder plot. Ferris ...…

July 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ment and to put them right. But, naturally, their activities in this direction are limited to the classroom, and the schools have recognized the limitation by engaging visiting teachers to aid them. As the name implies, these are people who go to the child in his home and look where the classroom teacher cannot-in the family life. Visiting teachers are an invaluable aid in the treatment of problem children, but they are far...…

July 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

… -Associated Press Photo. "A yelling, destructive mob of strikers dispersed with return of Na- tional Guard troops to tho Eagle-Picher Mining and Smelter Company plant at Galena, Kas., after 28 company guards had been besieged .in the plant. Troops are shown, boarding trucks at Kansas City fot return to the trouble zone, which they had left just 24 hours earlier. The Careers And Personalities Of Our Senators: Edward Burke i - …

July 02, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, TUESDA Ship Subsidy Bill May Die In Committee Faces Bitter Opposition In Senate; Democratic Majority Split WASHINGTON, July 1. - (A) - Senate enemies of the bill to subsidize the American merchant marine aim to kill it in committee if they can. As the Senate, moved to consider the bill today Senators Wheeler (Dem., Mont.) and Clark (Dem., Mo.) said they would try to refer it to the commerce committee, with Clark add- ing: ...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Occasional showers today and tomorrow; cooler tomorrow. Yl r e it igazi ~Iait I Editorials To The Graduates... Crime And The Newspapers .. . VOL. XLVY. No. 180 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1935 IM IIIIIII II I II I 1 . 1 - PRICE FIVE CENTS E pid emic Of Cholera Threatens Fires Quenched In Quetta As Many Lives Are Lost And City Devastated Rescuers Rush To Aid Of Survivors Files Of Century--Old Paper Found ByHistory...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN *o * Ia the Bulletin i constructive notice to all mi~iberso( iavd.. at the ofrice of the Assistant to the 'Ifl3)104am.Saturday. SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1935 VOL. XLV No. 179 Notices Commeneemei Tickets: Tickets' for Commencenent and the Alumni- Senior Dance and Reception may be obtained upon request at the Secre- tary's Office, Room 3, University Hall, The Commencement Week Programs are also av...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1935 'p THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~_ DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 2) . Hill Auditorium. Seats will be re- served until 10:50 a.m. Faculty will assemble in the dress- ing rooms, second and third floors of Hill Auditorium, where they may robe. Enter by rear doors. Commencement - Monday, June 17, 9:00 a.m. Weather Fair Time of Assembly -7:45 a.m. Places of Assembly: Members of the Faculties and in- vited guests, in A...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUD Pubiiled every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications. .'Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER ,ocioated o keiat t re ,4AD43Oiro WMSCOt6R- MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to Itcr pt oth...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Y, JUNE 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE.L/HIAN alLY ?lans For Senior Ball Completed By CominiUee Commi" New Assistant Director For Former Graduates Married Yesterd lay Name Guests iutstanding DevelopmentiViade In Field Of Women's Athletics Eleanor R. Coryell and Hamilton Mosher Named E. Whitman, both graduates of the Kathleen Carpenter, '35, has been appointed assistant social director of Mosher Hall for next year, it was announce...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY ":4 PAGESJXTHEI.H.ANAIL Sherf Signs With Detroit01' mics Captain Seymour Siegel, Bob Ander-' Rotber Downs Kasabach with Stuart Newsom, won the intra- son, and Milton Eskowitz are auto- mural doubles title last fall. matically eliminated. John Rodriguez, Fo I- T ni Crw the Porto Rican netter, is scheduled to! Albert Rotberg defeated Harry Ka- RIVAL RED SOX sail for home June 20, so will be un- sabach, 8-6, 6-4. to win t...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1935 THE..N. ... ~.1UN M C IA N.C .'L. TTV. U.. "' 111 I W .TC1V'AN1\1AITV gL. I4i~a VEX ,. rAU v n Michigan Wins 4 Big Ten Titles In 1934-35 MAKES SURE Newark to New York City until after Jesse Hill, Yankee outfielder, re- May 15 this year, wishing to be sure fused to move his residence from he wouldn't be farmed out. F __ _._ Maize And Blue Is Either First Or Near Bottom Swimmers Take National Crown For Sixth Time In N...…

June 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY QTT146M AV' I THE MTCHT 1l"AA VAN 1 iA LTA 1UN'LY'UA YJ Featured Dance Team Of 'Up To The Stars' Death Of NRA May Mean New Life For Trade Wider Field For Activities Wil Be R esult Of Blue Fa le's D emise WASHINGTON, June 1.- (P') - Termination of NRA codes may put new life into the trade association movement. Since the Supreme Court's NRA decision, trade organization execu- tives have been busy surveying pros- pects of ...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…i The Weather L Sir igan i~at Editorials Commencement Speaker Education For Citizenship Somewhat warmer; cloudy tonight; showers probable for today. VOL. XLV. No. 154 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Auto Strikers Await Action ByMeGrady To Confer With Dillon, A.F. Of L. Organizer, On Demands Of Workers Labor Leaders To Hol. Meeting'T oay Four Additional Chevrolet Plants Are Shut Down, 20;000 Men Idle DETROI...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 2,1935 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN' Lion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of tU I oeyit. received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:3 ; a.m. Saturday. Aviators Break Cross-Country Speed Record J - Saturday p.m., June 8. K - Thursday p.m., June 6. L - Tuesday a.m., June 11. M -Monday p.m., June 3. N -Friday a.m., June 7. O - Saturday a.m., June 8. P - Thursday a.m., June...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…w AY\NM[AY 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY U U Football Squad Drills For Last Practice Game Freshman Candidates To Receive More Attention Than In Past With only two more days of prac- tice remaining before the spring foot- ball season is wound up with the an- nual game between the Yellow and Blue teams to be held Saturday after- noon in the Stadium, both coaches and players are redoubling their ef- forts to make the annual drill a suc- cess. N...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIRtSr THE MICHIGAN DAILY _= .;, U! I the topics of the three speakers to account for the repetition of the theme. In all fields, in con- nection with all subjects, the need for education as the keystone of a democratic system of govern- ment is becoming increasingly obvious. The sys- tem which has been good enough in the past must be reinforced from the roots up if it is to resist the attacks of the new methods which t...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIE i Sigma Xi Holds Tailored Suit Is Initiation For For Smart C 125 M em bers With so many exciting new styles this spring, you find it a little be- l r.Q 6 5 . E wildering to assemble a wardrobe that Dr. Charles E. K. Mees all the numerous new spring Addresses New Members features. However, with a bit of concentration, you can have all the Following Initiation little details plus a maximum of prac- tical service. Si...…

May 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

…4 TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935 Iowans Protest Against Chain Store Tax On Petroleum Animal Control Is Discussed By StanleyYoung Chief Of U.S. Game Survey Reveals Damnages Done By Predatory Beasts Stanley P. Young, chief of the game management division of the Bureau of Biological Survey, gave his second talk on the control of predatory an- imals before students of the School of Forestry and Conservation and in- terested biolog...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

… The Weather LL igan ~Iait16j Snow today, followed by gen- erally fair tomorrow; colder. VOL. XLV. No. 136 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1935 Fellowships Awarded To Are Five Jamboree For Charity Will Open Tonight Faculty Members Noted NBC Chain Scheduled To Stars Are Appear Winners Of Guggenheim Memorial For 1935 Are Announced Most Of Honors Given To Michigan Men Are -Selected For 'Original Work In Arts Or Scholarship...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, APRI those who receive D or E in so-called midsemester examinations. Students electing our courses, but registered in other schools or colleges of the University, should be reportedx to the school or college in which they are registered. W. R..Humphreys, Assistant Dean j H. Compton in the Loud Lectureship series will be given this afternoon at 4:15 p.m. in the Natural Science Auditorium; subject, "Freedom vei- su...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY. APRIL ?Z,1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fisher Picks 17 Players To Make Michigan Will Play Marshall In First Game Regeezi, Lerner, Oliver, Teitelbaum And Paulson Are Only Letter Men Will Play Nine Games Patclin, Butler, Larson, Settle, And Gee To Make Up HurlingStaff Seventeen ball players rather than the previously announced 16 will make the annual spring baseball tour through the South Eastern states, Coach Ray Fisher revealed yes...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 4

…_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __T H E . i XI C IJN JL Y TU ESDAY, APR IL 2, 1935 THE MICH1GAN DAILY 1 .I 7 1 Lf1 *. f tig fR > .- Jw'1 I d very morning except Monday during the Univerityv year and Summer Session by the Board in Con- ~r~rl of Student Publications. Memb-r of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. 3 Od ttd 'ofte ie, N CZ M1AWH w 1SCONISIN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PtESS The Associated Press is exc...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 5

…THE M~~ICHIGAN,,DAILY Easter Dane To Be Held .t Union April23 Ruthvens And Comstock" To Attend; Paton List Is Announced The list of patrons and patronesses for the Easter ball, sponsored by the League of St. Andrew's, to be held April 23 in the Union Ballroom, ha been announced by Mrs. William T Buchanan, general chairman'and Mrs Albert C. Furstenburg, chairman of the patrons. The list is headed by President and Mrs. Alexander G. Rnthven and ...…

April 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…T MI HI A DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 2, ; THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 2, Nine Are Hurt Angell, Universi In Accidents Sculptor, Exii On Week-End Statues In D Carleton W. Angell, Unive Funeral Of Archie Moore, ist and noted sculptor,hasge two statutes at the Michiga; Golden Gloves Boxer, To andGarden Exhibition, now Be Held Toda in Convention Hall, Detroit e l T y announced yesterday. Nine people were injured and one The first of the two sta ...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

… i The Weather Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday. Not much change in temperature. L .4it rig au 4:!Iait0 Editorials Profitable Investment .. VOL. XLV. No. 10 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Pucksters Win. Over Tech, 3-0 Heyliger Scores Twice, Sherf Once; New Type Of Attack Used Cl ampions Employ Four-Man Offense Michigan Plays Powerful Brand Of Hockey; Last Encounter Tonight By MARJORIE WESTERN Michigan'...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 2

…TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MA 4 SA__A.M _a -f .- : ..:.. DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN, Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. of the upper editorial board, 4 p.m., Student Publications Building. Any members who can not possibly attend please let Marian Wiggin know before that date. "Wizard' Sentenc...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

…'4 SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Powerful Ohio State, Michigan Track, Teams Meet v Buckeyes Hold Victories Over Ilni,Indiana Proposed Merging Of Twoj Squads For West Coast Meet Adds Interest One of the strongest and best-bal- a need in a series of powerful Mich-a igan track teams will meet an Ohio State team which includes some of the most brilliant stars in the Western Conference, in a dual meet tonightj in Yost Field H...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 4

…TH E MICH IGA DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935 ;. yv THE MICHIGAN DAILY The SOAP BOX' .4 Iki WI Pubzidaed every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER A55ocdated (llegiate i Sres PJ~S - or .RS F =1!934U(qtigg j 1935 - WacoNSIN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associ...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DIAILY Feine Dons Specs ClimaxOf Soph Prom At Union Fourth League Tea Features JG P4 Music Prof. Peterson Attribuites His Icelandic liobby To Forefathers i Pastel Shades Are Favored' In Gowns ; D. A. C. Band Pays For Affair Pastel shades of pink and blue were predominant in the gowns worn at the Soph Prom held last night in the Union Ballroom. Bob Chester's D.A.C. orchestra played for the affair. The climax of the evening wa...…

March 02, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

…'AGE S1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH Z, 1935 omm"Nomm" Badgley Claims ' Athletic Injuries Over Stressed: Professor Defends Policy Of Supervised Sports As SafeguardToInjury Defending supervised athletics as the best safeguard against injury to youths, Prof. Carl E. Badgley of the surgery department in his radio ad-G dress yesterday over Station WJR, said that the injuries were greatly overemphasized. Professor Badgley pointed out th...…

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