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November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…It I 1 GAN DAILY T UT T.LE'S A Place to bring your friends Nowhere is the food better Nowhere is the service more prompt TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM Maynard Street T hlrllsllllll111111illllililllll ll 'featers IW l~ lilliill'lllilliltlli with a total of $988.58. Reds are sec- Solicitors who have not yet reported Nov. 21. The ond with $879.58 while the blue team may do so from 9 o'clock until noon thank the camt has a total of $840.04. and from 3...…

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…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 MICHIGAN AIDS 'IN RESEARCH (By Paul Watzel) The National Research Council is a ing are the anthropological expedition not by any means be overlooked is that One of the factors that has been body of men, foremost in their particu- in the Pacific ocean and the deterina- of industrial research. The demand foremost in the building up of our lar fields, who direct the energies of tion of the n...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…I tirt..1II I ilverware is Favored for Christmas Gifts because through its daily use it blends into the family life and perpetuates its memories STERLING SILVER COSTS LESS TODAY S. & S. prices are now, as always, consistent with market values CH LANDERER & SEY FR IED JEWE LER S Famous for Diamonds 113 E. Liberty St. I BUREAU TO HANDLE News of Various Organizations Will Be Given by Sigma Delta Clii To Entfre Country EFFICIENT WIRE SERVICE ...…

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…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 The Iconoclast Vindicates "Co-eds" (By J. E. R.)I After firing a withering broadsideI into the organizations of the campus a few weeks ago, the "Iconoclast" lapsed into silence for a time, but has again come forward with an inter- view in support of co-education as it exists at Michigan. In speaking of this much-discussed question the "Iconoclast" waxed bel- ligerent with all the brav...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -. - - -- - - tineau, gained 2 yards. Gilstad failed side. Cappon smashed through een. to make fourth down on a line buck. ter of Minnesota line and ran 65 yarde Michigan's ball on 26-yard line. Cap- for a touchdown. Goebel kicked goal. pon hit line for a 2-yard gain. Score-Michigan 24, Minnesota 0. Kipke made 3 yards around left end. Quarter ended before new kick-off Dean kicked to Martineau, who re- could be made. turn...…

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…SUNDAY, NOVEMBEP. 20, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 5 A DEFENSE OF NATURALISM (By Eva Anderson) ing by the naturalists into the physi- as he sees it portrayed in naturalistic At the end of his article Mr. Hoover There appeared in these columns cal and spiritual texture of human fiction. But, I question, do not cli- seems to demand that art be a sort of last week an attack on naturalism. life? New values to displace the old maxes become m...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SCORE BY QUARTERS ICHIGAN ist -1a 2nd 7 ird 4th FINAL 7.1438, INNESOTA - 0 0 0 0 A' Sandwiches, coffee, milk, chocolate, pie, French pastry, delivery free to your room till 11 P. M. We are giv- ing soup, choice of three meats, bread and butter, coffee or tea, dessert, all for 35c. You can eat what and when you like for $6.00 a week. Ham's Lunch, call 1526-M, 538 Forest Ave.- Adv. "School For Scandal" is comin...…

November 20, 1921 • Page Image 6

…6 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 6 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 fooks and Authors IF WINTER COMES do," "have you enlisted yet?" "For (By G. D. E.) God, king and country," and so forth. Some two months ago various Am- And so forth. And so forth. erican critics raised a terrific din over Yet the book is not entirely bad. Far A. S. M. iutchinson's new novel, "If from it. Outside of the spiritu...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 7

…£HIGAN DAILY I t1 z 1 ... «... ... l' F Y A Reliale lewdelr II 'i LUB LUNCH CHAPMAN bor StreetSouthMi id Packard Streets 1 ut an 11 THANKSGIVING NUMBER, NOV. 20, 1921 ERELY to remind you that Thanksgiving is near and that we can out- fit your kitchen with the utensils, etc. that you need to make your dinner a per- fect one - before it reaches the dining room table. on a scientific principle which- insures automatic basting. Being. ...…

November 20, 1921 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, NOWEMBER 20, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 The Iconoclast Co-eds Defends (Continued from Page 4) greatest demand among men students. Captain Billy's "Whiz Bang" has sup- erceded it. In art the boys seem to prefer Mack Sennett's productions. As to talking other than idiotically, an at- tempt was made to print a typical; masculine conversation, but it was found that the lin...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I s From The Other College s 'he expense of the average woman for a year amounts $500," according to Mrs. Burge, acting dean of wo- University-of Iowa. "Girls for room and board have a to get along on $150 per f course this calls for the nd of economy. Most wo- l$ 00 and the expenses of h $750. None of these figures money spent for clothes." g to Miss Violet Blakely, aan of women, the expenses in sorority houses are less...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 MODERN POETRY DISCUSSED tect himself Mr. Frost said it was AT WHIMSIES' MEETING necessary to keep his hands full of Members of the Whimsies staff en- stones. At dinner in the evening the tertained at the first of their liter- dogs were let into the dining room, ary evenings Thursday when a numb- making him feel more or less like er of...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

…k~f NO~rtkBIR 20, 1921 Ruth Sinz, '24, and Dorothy Wylie, '24. This -committee has charge of the refreshments for all league part- AYRES AND SMITH All league houses, dormitories, and sorority houses are requested to make the posters which are to. bear their WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO name for their booth at the 'Christmas READ 1N THE DAILY bazaar, 12x6 inches. The color___C a scheme must be carried out in maize ywat istedtal sthEgsCs and blue.maz...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUYNDAY, DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Volume SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 Number 49 Fees for Janitor Service: " The attention of all concerned is respectfully directed to the Regents' rule made March 27, 1914, governing the use of rooms in University build- ings outside of hours which janitor service is regularly provded: - Resolved - That when any University organization desires to hold a meeting in any building not provid...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 11

… SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 En Bloc"-Pro and Con (By Hugliston M. eBain) "En bloc" has, literally, sprung into common usage in this country over night. Its origin probably dates far back when the French language was invented, or whatever one might care to call it.t Today a great change can be seen in our national Congress. We find, not as has always been the case through the history of the United States, th...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 41 WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY A Feature of Silk and Wool Dresses at _$25! featre fferng f desses. Not necessarily because their ward- robe Is In dire need of the addition at ths time. But because in a few months a gament such as one of thesewm be In line for considerable service. And they know that this present price Is low. Lower, in fact than they can hope for later. For there's strik amon...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 13

…MICHI (By Paul Watzel) )ne of the factors that has been 'emost in the building up of our mense stock of knowledge is the rit of research, which in its last alysis is a desire to discover some- ng unknown, to determine some- ag fundamental, and to contribute nething worth while. The spirit of earch, applying the en rgies of the man mind to problems of both the it and the future, has kept educa- n from growing stagnant and has de it a living, vi...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 14

…0 The Iconoclast Vindicates (By J. E. It) Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Wagner, Investigation has proved the After firing a withering broadside Bach, there are at least five girls. of the Iconoclast's statements. into the organizations of the campus a few weeks ago, the "Iconoclast" lapsed into silence for a time, but has again come forward with an inter- view in support of co-eduction as it exists at Michigan. In speaking of this much-discussed ...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 15

…A"DEFENSE (By Eva Anderson) ing by the naturalists Theye appeared in these columns cal and spiritual tex last week an attack on naturalism. life? New values tod The writer no kdoubt expected an ones that are constan answer. He perhaps knew that there ing and changing. In are among students here too many ad- form new values we herents of the naturalistic writers know in all its intim for his views to stand unassailed. But from which alone su up...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 16

…7ooks an IF WINTER CORES (By G. D. E.) Some two months ago various Am- erican critics raised a terrific din over A. S. M. Hutchinson's'new novel, "If Winter Comes" (Little, Brown). The country resounded from end to end. with their laudations. The book was extolled as an equal to Hamsun's "Growth of the Soil" and Jacob Was- sermann's "World's Illusion." William Lyon Phelps, who praises everything and everyone except those who do not praise ever...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 The Iconoclast Co-eds Defends (Continued from Page 4) greatest demand among men students. Captain Billy's "Whiz Bang" has sup- ereeded it. In art the boys seem to prefer Mack Sennett's productions. AS to talking other than idiotically, an at- tempt was made to print a typical masculine conversation, but it was found that the linotype, usually equal to any emergency, did not have enough dots and dashes for the occasion...…

November 20, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 49) • Page Image 18

…i _ THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921 MODERN POETRY DISCUSSED tect himself Mr. Frost said it was was immediately sent to press the 20,000 copies. A review of this book AT WHIMSIES' MEETING necessary to keep his hands full of next day, November 1st, for a second will appear in an early issue of the Members of the Whimsies staff en- stones. At dinner in the evening the printing, the two editions totalling Sunday magazine. te...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLDER; PROBABLY SNOW TODAY tY Mwr tu ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WI SERVICE VOL. XXXII. No. 85 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 PRICE FIVE cm HILROAD REFORM IN CHINA IS ARMS CONFERENCE A IM CHINESE AND JAPANESE COME TO TERMS ON STRATEGIC HOLDINGS SECRET TREATIES MAY BE REVEALED TO WORLD Crucial Wedge Formed by Committee Against Discriminatory Prac- tices (By Associated Press) Washington, Jan. 19.-Pushing for-...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4P S- oil OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every mornin except Monday during the 5ai'er sty year by the Board in Cntreo of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associaea Pre is exclusively entitled to the use ea spublication of all news dispatches credted to it ea not otherwis redite4Jss this paper and the lodal news published therein. Entered at the postofiice at Ann Arbor, MIc...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…TE MICHIGAa DAi Y THE 64 9 9 INN AT LANE HALL Same high quality of food. Lower prices. Good music 5:30-6:30 every evening 999 TAXI 99 9,T X NOW C35 nts Every Passenger Insured Against Accident GIS' GLEE CLUB TO TUESDAY NIGHT, IN.2 With Miss Marion Struble, of the faculty of the Sch~ool of Music, and Florence Shirey, '22, as accompanists, the University Girls Glee club will give its first concert of the year on ;uest night of the...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 4

…UHE. NMICHIGAN 4DAILI . _ . " . .. . " x ' . . " .-. .. f x ." "x r. x r .":".. r. .... ". ..F" " _"x .t w k tla ." " - . f _ uyi . .., 4 n ." . y; "!"1 " M " a " ". " "' " . " " "" + ,. .. 'aa ' .f " . x . .. a_ .' _ " . ' _ ." .. . . . ... ." " _ ". " .:. .+ .. """ . . . .. 1 1 " i 'rl y 1 t, 2 T O.. STARTING SUNDAY THE AMERICAN HOME TURNED INSIDE CUT W[SCONISIN TAKES STEP fOWND FINISHING FIELOI (By Associated Press) Another step...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 5

…DHE MICHIGAN DAIIA A. Ever since the days of the old Cir- cus Maximus people have been crowd- ing into this or that stadium to enjoy their particular form of sport. With the old Romans, chariot racing or lion baiting used to be the chief attraction and some historians have figures to prove that from 260.000 to 485,000 per- sons could be crowded into the Circus Maximus. Then there was the Coli- seum at Rome, which 'although not ex- actly cla...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAlLE lANC INCG 'rchestra Music for Dinner ance from 6 t,- 7:30, Edison. Music from 8 to 12. NO CHARCE management for open dates for fraternity sorority banquets, partydances, after noon dansants, et. IINESE GARDENS a I 1 i i r ;, I , RAE EAST TIMES TODAY ELLIOTT DEXTER in "The Witching Hour" Also Carmel Meyers Saturday --- Tom Mix TR INING CENTERS NOW ESTABLIS'HED Fifty-eight Communities Being Oper. ated Outside Hospitals by...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN VAIN °i I I ADRIAN-ANN4 ARBOR BUS BUS LEAVES COtRNER 'OF-MAI7N & HUR~ON STREETS tNgTEAD OF. ALLENEL HOTEL ReuaoLuWU .e a, 1 t*1Idu aiia A. .P.Mit P.M. A&PW~ Dally; Daily Daily Dalib 7:30 1:3b Lv... Adrian ...Ar 7:00 tz.* 8:e$ vs ... Tecumsueh ..6:ax to:U :S asg :5 ... Clinton ......6:o5 ii:S" O:15'3:i1.....Saline ......4:1+5 zx:0. 6 .;.i. AnnA Arbor LT. 4:fit 10:3 Real! u k SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS P.M .P.M.. 3 :30 Isv... Adrian .. ...…

January 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Volume 2 FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 Number 85 Administrative Board, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board in my office Fri- day, Jan. 20, at 4 p. m. JOHN R. EFFINGER. University Lectures: Professor Alfred E. Zimmern, of Oxford University, England, will speak Wednesday, Jan. 25, upon the subject "Greek Political Thought in Relation to Moder...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…zi I t4ttf I I I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 Rte. ....w...,..,.H. . . .. .,. . . . LEY EN- G ON Neces-I a,,April 19.-The German dele- nd experts have not yet been find a formula whereby to com- with the Entette powers sacrificing the Russo-German although they were in session ry late hour tonight. Demand Complete Policy is are being made to have the nee formulate a Russian policy ch the Russo-German . treatyf ...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 2

…un - 4l.,y is. ressed tein Jr. ung jr. C~oates Rein'del Vickery t.Mciss Carl Lundgren, Illinois baseball coach, sometime, of Michigan, eliminated the first difficulty when he stated that specialization would be the., remedy, meaning that the training of one man for one :o sition would shorten the period of training. The second obstacle could be taken care of by a slight change in Conference rules. The third objection does not exist here...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

…-1I agner, the great- ory of opera, and innhauser" which the last May Fes- born at Leipzig, ungest .of a fam- His father was a :s. and his mother nine c] in thec Club Visits live fichigan Cities China, Japan, India, the Philippines, Hawaii, Mexico, and South Africa, were represented in the Cosmopolitan club spring trip through Michigan. The club visited around Graild Rap- ids, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Lansing, and Flint. In all of these cit...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 4

….. 1 , . . riliriiiiilil f = ' v' .. ." r .. t ' _ _ .~ .--~ ahas claimed in a num- Knode fields as well as 11 and looks better with Uterltz Looks Good I Wimbles, playing on the keystone E .sack, handles himself well. .hoty is a snappy fielder and a fair hitter. toh Team Uteritz 'at short stop looks even better Ugh tgan he did last year at second when he was generally credited with 'being. the best man on the infield. Uteritz ST . and Wim...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 5

…ouT YE STER.' FUNDA. er put a decided g football practice n at Ferry field. were in suits and t it was too cold h practice. Coach t the men through ations in order tol around. The men different teams of ad put through a ill. Only simple d and. the squads : down the field iour but the coach- weather was even all and called off An independent indoor baseball league is being organized to be run parallel with the interfraternity ser- ies. This ...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 6

…ere students rt from the obs were lo- iversity men re received obss were lo- t that many ASK REASON FOR YPSI EXPULSIONS Writ Would Force Reinstatement of 17 Normal Students Asking President McKenny and other officials of the State Normal school at Ypsilanti to give sufficient reason why Miss Alice Tanton and 16 other- young women of that school. dismissed this school year for alleged "social indiscretions" should not be reinstated, a writ of ...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 7

…Ann Arbor's Boost Ann Listed Below CONCERT TO BE GIVEN By TIR5 B GLEE CLUB The third concert to be given this year by the Universtiy Girls' Glee club will be held tomorrow evening at South Lyons, under the auspices of the Junior. Brotherhood of the Pres- byterian church. Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of the faculty of the School of Music, will direct the Glee club and Florence Shirey, '22, will be the ac- companist. Special features of the program w...…

April 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 142) • Page Image 8

…IEN i Saturdays.) . Number 142 f wr ' ""- r 13:80 p. m. (11:30 a. m ISDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 ssor Charles Cestre of the University of Paris will deliver a series wtures on the general subject "The Ideals:of France" on April 25. nd 28. The titles of these lectures are, respectively, (1) "The Reason," (2) "The Ideal of Progress," (3) "The Ideal of Equality arity," (4) "France and Peace." They will be given on the days at 4:15 p. m., in the Audit...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…, Of Ap ptr _.'. rnt -j LIY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1922 PR .r IE JUNE 15 E DECLARES MEET. PRODUCED RE- S OF VALUE Watch or Daily Pink extra Today r The Daily will issue a sports extra today, carrying a play by play story of the baseball game at Urbana and the results of the dual track meet at Chicago. The baseball game with the Illini is starting at 3 o'clock central standard; time and, if an average length game' i...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…",. .. pt Monday dur-ing the Wnidversity fStudent Publications. kSSOCIATWO PREVSS cJuslvel tem tled zx. the ass ',sr k~i Creatf% , nt lh, ig .WI new* bnvava imea Y Ann Arbor. Michigans. as seovi is done, the better it will be for all of the students and for the University as a whole. Organization of the upperclass advisers is tiow. unde- way at the Union, looking forWard to carry- Ing on this work in the fall. It is essential that the corps...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…LN DAILY I Ii roininen s of the eek Sun eting o ess Edi most im atives of ing the Program am of addresse, n and dissemi a the state and nclude those on ing primary and emergency news ice, the Lansing subjects. n will take place he annual lunch- rly in the after- wspapermen will SITY'S i HEALTH bserved that the foot in the Army shoe a~den, thicken, and ,that another fitting d six months later. soldier's size remains tity for future requi-...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…."V pr* _: 9 ' ,~ ._, r I raphic M'eet Offj to the prevalence of bad the Illinois-Michigan fresh-1 graphic track meet schedul- is week end has been can- eet might have been heldI k, but the Illinois freshmn i aving thieir semester exam- which naturally puts such out of the question. Illi- xever, believing that they etter freshman track squad ;higan, ran off the events iy afternoon. Coach Hahn[ ed a letter to the Illinois officials as...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

….1 11 t !" l S L LA 'rt C6 r III 1 II II 53 U ~U5 NLYMATCKED I LLI rev's men. will direct val "Doc" :eiving for are rated Locke or atcher's inl roved bat-! Shift himt it the bat- to ice it >best perform- will be in ac- Knode and Mc- ne of the big niois teams and .g originally aj a stellar gamne .node is one of, Michigan has is in his. first Shorty has given a highly satisfactory account of himself in al of the games up 'to date. Ute...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…c 1 rig. 1V11l.Yill f ly U.y1L Y . J low -- aL 4 l a Difference 11 P11itronG9ize DAlilllio1111111111 I Advert111isersIII I~l THEIR PRICES ARE RIGHT-SO ARE THEIR GOODS f Speciali een "Just meat" and the f Cuts which we always serve. , tca4t ;t trt5tatttrt 6trt iiatRaiataattrrt itstartttttatttttittttttrtstttttutiu ttttuitntutt ', F Market Quality are Supreme Phone 109 1 Going U the River? I It is to specialization that we abi...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 7

…often J. it fund. No additional the regular 35 cent ved, but a per cent i outside of the the- given to the fund. good for any per- as the picture is ction of Hawaiian fished at the matinee s afternoon when es, the two Hawai- art in the Michigan ke It For Two," will mnusical selections. . on sale at the book ain the Arcade, in nd the Library, and ned from all sopho- LAN NEW GET FUNDS women who live in discuss plans for aign to raise funds .e...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 8

…IAL BULLET p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) RDAY, MAY 20, 1922 Number 108 >f all seniors and other possible recipients of degrees or oer- Commencement of 1922 is called to the fact that no degree ed, or diploma or certificate be given, at the Commencement of e' recipient has paid the proper diploma fee or certificate fee er of the University previous to the close of business, 4 p. m., 22. be no exceptions to this rule. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secret...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 9

…L iw t t ttl Ext VOL. XXII. No. 168 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1922 PRICE FIVE C 11 I 11 I I4 .: , - WOLVERINES FIGHT ILLINI BEFORE RECORD-FLLED STANDS WITH GOOD, WEATHER CONDITIONS PREVAILING SCORE 1 23 4 5 6 7'8 9 10 11 12 R H MICHIGAN 0 0.0 0 0 0 3 0 O X X 3 7 4 ILLINOIS 2o202 i 0 0 X X x x 12 i Quip-Quillers Prove Easy feat For Hard Slugging News Hounds ,,4. DIXON AND JACKSON AGAIN FACE EACH OT...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Jt tt tjj ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN sbtd every morning except Monday during the Universiby heBoar in Control o Student 'ublications MEMBEW OF THE ASSOCIATED PPusI Asoia te Vre. i j ruviyly t.,,% e q tg the ts '.? x tha atpe gn the Iwoal se pabim*AWttio r s a 'k " &r 4 i rb, Mraa, as xr- ptlon by crrier or Msal $3. ,: AND ATx.~farceai3ti, M e ynard. Strtet. ex Busainess. g0o; lditerial, R414, rtnicati...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I r , . _. IESTIC MOXIE WILL BENEFIT 1EAGUE FUNDl Tickets for "A Bachelor Daddy," the picture now showing at the Majestic theater, are being sold by sophomore women for the benefit of the Michigan league campaign fund. No additional charge is made, the regular 35cent price being observed, but a per cent on all tiskets sold outside of the the- ater box oflice is given to the fund. These tickets are good for any per- form...…

May 20, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 168) • Page Image 12

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY m M _. T OIK LTO BE AP NIGHT SPEAKER, Wagner's "Tannhauser" Features Final Festival Concert Tonight ers Will Present Special for Underclassmen After Exercises Shows] Wagner's "Tannhauser" will be sung in English by a cast including Mine. Florence Easton, of the Metro- politan Opera company; Mne. yrena Van Gordon, of the Chicago Opera company; Paul Althouse, of the Met- ropolitan Opera company; and Carl Schlegel, of t...…

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