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January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…rtr ,It 1 #410, a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920. PROF. A. P. NEWTON TO SPEAK TODAY A. Percival Newton, professor of imperial history in the University of London, will lecture at 4:15 o'clock today in the auditorium of the Natur- al Science building on "The British Empire. Professor Newton states that his purpose for coming to this BLS country is to interest American un- iversities in sending advanced students to Englishu...…

January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 2

…use for 4herwise n. ard the sentiments ex- Managing Editor governed and a prime object of the ballot. To the same extent that compromise is an outgrowth of the "rule of the majority," so is it to be fostered by those whose interests are the interests of the community and vice versa. Consequently, it is with a feeling that we are pursuing a policy of safe conservatism that we choose the course of compronise. The. results of the Intercollegia...…

January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

…g at the Union ions are over so r acquainted with OTEST CONTEST more lits protest- esday afternoon in won, 4 to 3, a com- e two teams was eams win the rest y will be allowed etermine first and protest was not, phs because the e goal was loafing ot it. However, as have much time to ,mpromise was al- closely contested. the smaller end the last few m.n- some good passing hiards put the first 1. Kern and Kahn DEPARTMENT FIVES OPEN PLAY TODAY Depa...…

January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 4

…News From The Other Colleges Detroit, Jan. 20.-About 40 cases of Singi insanity here within the last month Blade stead are the direct result of worry about 1317- the end of the world predicted to oc- cur Dec. 17. Pat this bank. They $1 Q0, are cashed - Iowa-Over 100 women .at Iowa State college have Joined discussion groups to debate on the question, "Is Our University a Community and an Ideal Democracy." These discussions will continue unt...…

January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 5

…J-1 LURE A'll ER 1 THE WHITNEY UULI Ann Arbor, EXPECT 192 EN1ROLLNENT SURPASS ALL FORNER; RECORDS TO An All Star Cast in All That the Term Implies- Thos.. Meighan Gloria Swanson Theodore Roberts Lila Lee Wesley Barry Robert Cain Raymond Hatton Bebe 'Daniels Julia Faye Rhy Darby Mildred Reardon Plans for the engineering summer school call for an unusually strong faculty, according to Louis A. Hop- kins, secretary. . "The summer schoo...…

January 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…, . I, :a j n thee frst, 12 1 Matching the Beta Psi, 12 to contests were rough, s of real basketball. for the Psi Upsilon ar, shooting most of s. game of the even- Kappa defeated Del-I Brown, of the win-i the star, dropping in ints. UNINUS TO TALK~ 'ROIT U. OF 3L CLUBI Aw, secretary of the d association and ed- inu1s, will speak this ivrsity of Michigan it the Hotel Cadillac an Alumnus Outside of Michigan has more other university and WEDN...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…rw r Ai& A t Lat 4 I DAY AND NOIGI / SERVICE a \ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. PRICE THR Mi Y r ... INTS GIVES $400,000 LIBRAR' .._.___ LL INCLUDED :ZATION T WINS BY TWO VOTES dict Defeat When Placed presentatives, Despite First Defeat a ssociated Press) Feb. 20.-Universal mil- as a part of the future y of the United States in principal today by the y committee, which de- argin of two votes that ganizat...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

… I deny that Coach tion, is doing his C Univer. :cond street. hie sig- mne of at the entime alts ex- ......HARRY MCAREY y Brewster arnpbell e John Y. Dakin .dams Tornton Sargenjr. ........ s.....C. Cam bell .... .ciart .Margueite Clark .Joseph A. Bernstein kman Mark K. Ehlbert Dorothy Monfort Minnie Muskatt Anna McGurk Winefred Biethan Samuel Lamport Robert D. Sage Thomas J. Wbinery ....PAUL E. CHOLETTE .LeGrande A. Gaines, Mark B. Co...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

… bVNIIVLN I NTONIGHT- etball Team Cominlg With Lon of Repeating Vie- y of Last Month QUINTET OUT TO MIDWAY AGREGATION MANAGERS, NOTICE! All regularly elected class basketball managers are request- ed to report to Manager Mitchell at once. In the case that no manager appears one will be ap- pointed for that class. UNIVERSITYSWIMMVTERS ports from Chicago indicate that Mlaroon basketball squad, which es In Ann Arbor this morning, is dlent tha...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…The Other Colleges Il T PROMOTE FEERTION at the University n to give their professors end of the year. The send the grades to the faculty members. H, M, e grades proposed with as to their publicity or Iowar-A schootof citizenship will be held at the University of Iowa on Feb- ruiry 18, 19, and 20 through the co- operation of the extension division and the. Iowa league of women voters. The object of the school is to give train- ing in con...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

…TAXI las~ .dies . LIGAR BOWL 109 S. MAIN ST. x 4 F- Ford cars Io r e ed me Into the game ++ .:. . i 999 TAXI 9i 20,330, 7:00,8:30, 10:0 Sat-21-All star cast in "The 13th Chair" (retuirn date), also a screen~ magazine. Sun-Mn-22-23-Nazimova in "Out of the Fog" with a comedy. COMING ATT'RACTIONS William Farnum in "Heart Strings." Shirley Mason in "The Elephant Man." "Gay Old D~og." William Russell in "Shod with Fire." I 1w WHITNIEY...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

…WHAT'S GOING ONI I I 'I i L The resignation of Prof. J. H. Pot- tinger, of the forestry department, to ize take effect at once, was accepted at- ast the Regents' meeting yesterday. o 2 Professor Pottinger resigns to ac- ive cept a position with the Ford Motor ic- company, which position, it is under- oppon- me and ceed the Barkell, and Richards games for the win- ored two of the three s saved the day many stopped sure shots. went in dur...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…I rt xn a I r rxc. IPAY AND N) SERV ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. PRICE T OIS NOSES OUT MICHIGA I I I . ----------- Forged Checks Passed In City Police Declare According to the chief of police, more bogus checks are being passed at the present time than ever be- fore. Daily forged checks are be- ing passed qn both State street and downtown .merchants. From 50 to 60 checks are in the hands of the chief, and in his ...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…he Univer- he use for )t otherwise erein. as second :Arbor, et. , if signed, the sig- it at an evidence of in The Daily at the to The Daily office. sideration. No man- *loses postage. the sentiments ex- ceived after 8 o'clock ....HARRY M. CAREY Edgar L. Rice Joseph A. Bernstein H ugh Hitchcock . H. Hardy Heth Lee M. Woodruff .................Renaud Sherwood ..John I. Dakin ...........Brewster Campbell ..... .Robert C. Angel . -. Margueri...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

… flhwLLw r un 1$ PLAY HELD 1 11 i de Encouraged by new costumesi rapid ticket sales and frequent between- act spreads, the cast and choruses of the Junior Girls' play begin the last week of rehearsal with the expecta- tion of devoting all their nights to perfecting the performance. Girls who had not made arrange- ments for their costumes met at Bar- bour gymnasium Saturday morning where under the direction of the cos- tume committee in ch...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

… - - T JJ r " Qo; 9 ,... ' F . _ "_ -- . PF FOUR IMPIONS I Packard ctive ET LOVING CUPS; UP GIVEN MAMERALS won the campus heavy- pionship by defeating his ge in the feature of the ,tches in the wrestling resterday. Dyni carried 's in the welterweight owing Dicken, and Hal-I he middleweight title inj with Dunphy. In the class Packard ciefeated e longest match of the r Against Brother nck had a decided ad- to the fact that he ou...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…. .,... ntroducing to ou 0 A Few Members of R MUSICAL FAMILY f Our Line of Instruments After many delaysoccasioned by unsettled trade conditions, we have succeeded in replenishing our stock of musical instru- ments. Our lines are now, with few exceptions, unusually com- plete. To one'contemplating the purchase of an instrument or desir- ng to exchange his old instrument for a new, we have exception- al values to offer. We car...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…Tuttle's EBERT REGIME ASKS FOOD FROM ALLIED GOVERMENTS (Continued from Page One) Leipsic yesterday after the failure .of npgotiations.t WHAT'S GOING ON 1 d "'a1d £ TWILIGHT CQNCERT SCHEDULE AT HILL AUDITORIUM TODA 1 .he account be large bor Savings Bank porated 1869 Surpl"m, $5-..0U ..:x,000,000.,00 Lunches Nunnally's Candy Maynard St. SUNDAY 2:30-Scalp and Blade meets at the Main & Huron idversitr Ave. i 14 i and Women ing to Assi...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…J. i L ttigant &Itl { f y f ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920 I PRICE ' Announces Cast For, 1920 'op pr FORY-TREES-TUDENTS S ELECTE tL' BY DIETRTO PRPOCE ANNI EJUNI0N-["IHI0 , ji first act of "George Did 'ia on cream, s it appeared I I The Leads I the jU ri- 'v-. en ; Reading from left to right the leads are Harold Lauver, Kemp' Keena, A. L. Schirmer, Knight Mirrielees and Paul Wilson. Lauver takes the pa ...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…GRILL fern Literature in F erio of Transition;. New Works To Come OUR IDEA OF KODAK PICTU . gilled Porterhouse Steaks '3o a.m.. to 1:30. pm. :*o p.m. to8 p.m. Huron St. Upstairs I_" in Stationover Rae Theatre a (By Stewart T. Deach) Among students of the 'preent-day fiction, there is perhaps no more in- teresting question than that which, concerns itself with the trend which literature is taking at the present time, and search as...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…Is, the books, and vest. hum we by, now catches first tile fusser's eye, with cushions soft and light canoe, he sallies forth his girl to woo. For- getful now of profs and math, he rev- els gaily in the laugh, of that sweet maid who gently leans, against his shoulder, lost in dreams. Could but this season last for aye, while soft spring breezes round us play, but soon exams come for the term, and fill our blue books full of bunk. Then when a...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…I iy Jack P. Holden, "22 and Ce'ilan H. Rorick, ,'21; Harlequins, girls-Craig Ferguson, '22, M. B. Small, '21, W11- liam S.' Butterfield, '22, and James K. Spence, '21E; boys-Edward F. Moore, '21E, Fitzhugh Brewer, '21, Charles Price, '21, and LaMott F. Bates, '22. Folly girls-Lawrence R. Van Ness, '20M, W. H. Turner, '21, Gordon Loud, '22, and George Stone, '22; duet Holmes, John I. Dakin, '22, Leo P. Rennell, '22, and Leigh Anderson, '21; ...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

… J " WI tr tan ati DAY ANDIGHT ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920. PRICE LED AS r'ieirrn LI ES AND MERIDEN, HARDEST DEAD NOW ERS BEYOND 140 1111 Virtually Wiped Out; All nbes of One Family Report. ed Fatally Hurt (By Associated Press) .ingham, Ala., April 20. - A ist which tonight stood at more 10 and a property loss of many s of' dollars was the toll ex- y a tornado which today swept of towns and villages in east-...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

…LA i -a I SITY' he Univer- nday Sent CIATED PRESS ely entitled to the use for dited to it or not otherwise ews published therein: Arbor, Michigan, as second 3.50. , Maynard street. 2414.- o words, if signed, the sig- rint, but as an"evidence of bished in The Daily at the mailed to The Daily office: no consideration. No man- iter incloses postage. endorse the sentiments ex- t be received after 8 o'clock will EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 241...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

…< 5_ IIIE NMXCI -IIGCAN L)AIL T " 5 *,'4 z~ 5 TY BASEBALL NINE NS TODYWITH YPS[i MOUND STAFF STRENGTHENED BY ELIGIBILITY OF LEON PARKS1 Batter up. At 4:05 o'clock this aft- ernoon the Varsity baseball nine opens the home season with the Michigan State Normal college at Ferry field. The Ypsi nine comes here as a dark horse. The team's strength is un- known, as the Normal mnen have not engaged in any preliminary games. Last year the Normal...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 4

…A ~ ""t- A XI1-%A 1 ,. ....., +,ae.w-..... .-.. .......r.e..w-s..., ..a.a.s_........c....e..+.=... e...-,.a...-,.e. . ..,r,....,.,-u4 1e.«..:.w.L11U.. p.. ...bU N JJ /ML. Iawe-.....m ..,- , .n -j-:-- , * - -, r r;. s _ D t1l's a .. 64 tT .. serv i l t Brief Cazes, Music Folios Studenit Cases CourtoMs and iatstacon. T EA TME to every custo- Tbe Ann Al $r Saings Bank inco ~raen SU69 Rae u r ..... a $OOl) i Northwest Cur. Main & Huron. TO? ...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

…Detroit CAC uO'Brien, in the role of an American City And County writer who has bought an old castle on the Danube, sees what appears to As a final attempt to improve the be a woman standing in the window condition of Ann Arbor's streets and of one of the castle towers. alleys the cleah-up campaign in pro-- gress for the last month has been ex- ALPHA DELTA LEADS 1 tended two more weeks. ALPH A DELTA LEADS "It is a well known fact," stated the...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 6

… '.nxl FOR and hangings have, ,n ordered for Betsy r and work is going at it is believed that ready for the open- er, according to a esterday by Mrs. ow being placed on th floors, while the ,oors are still in the terer and plumber. on the three upper ,er floor will be de- nd dining rooms. nLe at North nce is from the buiding. East of the he large living room ch. Brilliant cre- ill be a leading fea- ings. The walls are n shade, with furni- i...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…lI ; 'VP. Zrl 1zt ian t ~at DiAY AN)DNIHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR,. MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920. PRICE THREE CE ..r. ... +,- - .I YI HYDEI larristers Take 10 Junior Laws Barristers, Senior law honorary so- ciety, initiated the following ien yes- terday: Willis Blakeslee, '21L, Alan W. Boyd, '21L, Thurman 'B. Doyle, '21L, Jean P. Freeman, '21L, Walter 0. Johnson, '21L, Raymond M. Lewis, '21L, Robert Mathews, 121L, Gerald F. Nye, '...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…the Univer- ATED PRESS entitled to the use fqr ed to it or not otherwise published therein. bor, Michigan, as second ard street. 3001 words, if signied, the sig- aprint, but as an evidence of published in The Daily, at the or mailed to The Daily office. ve no consideration. No man. writer incloses postage. y endorse the sentiments ex- not be received after 8 o'clock ..............:HARRY M. CAREY ilbert Joseph A. Bernstein bell Hugh Hitch...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

… :.:'tom ... .\ " : '- Um J i" TEAMS MUS - . . ~--- _ _ r w ST REPORT CLASS TRACK MEET TO BE HELD MAY 29 nois men at Madison last Saturday when they were conceded but slight chance for victory. The win of the Badgers makes them dangerous con- tenders for the title in the Conference meet to be held here on June 4 and 5. Everything for painting is carried U here in ample quantity to supply the demand. If it's for painting, it's h...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 4

…V WE An effort is being made to increase QUALITY the number of city gardens throughout NDER the country. Mr. H. S. Osler,- County Agricultural Agent, in an interview with The Daily points out the neces- 'ess) sity of using every back yard and va- R. Howard, cant lot to ward off the coming food n Farm Bu- shortage'. d today that Mr. Osler says: "Today a home gar- the nation den is a defense against famine. The elow normal -shortage in farm lab...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…The~ Other II P" U >4 G I ; 1 ,, .. M s _ From 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. POT OF HOT TEA AND A BOWL OF RICE WITH PLAIN CHOP SUEY 35c Chinese and American St' le Short Orders Rome'made and Bakery Rolls QUANG LUNG LO 613 East Liberty Street Phone'604-R J. rs - Perfumes denglo eam Toilet Water y Garden Perfume Djer Kiss Toilet Water Three Flowers Cornell. - The Athletic Association of Cornell has just tentatively accept- ed the invitation ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…I - AW xomen t All ladies expecting to attend the! Spring Has COnic And with it spring wants. When you go to the woods or up the river something 11 is essential to your enjoy- (odaks and Films Aks are cpming in and our Stock is still com- s is THE place to find what you want. Kodak Finishing know that you get good results when we develop your film. D Brick Ice Cream be carried quite a distance before it melts. Ours are the bricks with no ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…_, r 4G the S Co. Appointments For Scholarship Jade Eight oriental women now in the Universtiy were reappointed to the Barbour scholarships for oriental wo- men for next year, at a meeting of the committee in charge, May 18. Five new apointments were made.,. It was possible to increase the num- ber of scholarships from 10 to 14 for the coming year, on account of the additional gifts recently made by the Hon. Levi L. Barbour. The committee ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 8

…./A P)V c. U 5'ALU.'U )rop In .Prices L prevenl Ue of the Donors' varies Mr. George-Abel Schreiner will lee- ture on "The Pitfalls of Diplomacy" prac- at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Schwaben hall, 213 Ashley street. south Admission free. Tickets for the Dixie club dance to room be held at the Country club Satur- day night are on sale at the billiard les at room desk at the Union. front of . blouses. YESTERDAY'S GAMES dlerelass con- n ...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY SHOWERS I F Af. r9 atx A$SOCIATI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERTICE TODAY r i VOL. XXXI. No. 15. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920. PRICE FIVE CE U.AC H IE VEMENTS IN HAITI LOST, IF ARMY WITH DRAWS LONG OCCUPATION NECESSARY, BELIEVES AMERICAN REP. RESENTATIVE' GENERATION REQUIRED FOR SELF GOVERNMENT General Knapp Claims Reports Alleg- ing Cruelties to Women and Children Untrue (By Associated Press)f W...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…if It. AN L OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Univer. r year by theBoard in Controlof Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for rnblication of all news dispatches credited to it or not etherwise dited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as ...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…I IILLI It I ti r 3I Y BLAZIN6 SUNI Varsity. Indulges in Snappy Drill; Work on New Plays and Defense AgainstM Illini PEP AND DETERMINATION MARK WEDNESDAY'S PRACTICE Despite the pitiless rays of a mid- summer sun, the Varsity squad went through the snappiest kind of a prac- tice Wednesday afternoon. The pep which the Michigan gridders display- ed yesterday under the most trying circumstances is only another proof that the team is determine...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…1A £1L ivlAlAA1 11 I I ehI 409 Jefferson Ready to Serve Froi 11a.m. to Ip.m..- 5 to 7p.m. Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice PLAIN CHOP SUEY 35 cente CHINESE and AMERICAN Style WI~omien I Igh Class Food Short Orders Q~uang Tuing 613 E. LIb.rty St. enl 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m Lo I V lGj TURKISH CIGARETTE I I E f0+r Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large number of her cubs. "How many cubs do you bring into the world at one t...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 5

… J. HIE BANK OF SERVICE Commercial Banking in all its Branches. Saving" Department .and Safety Deposit Vaults. Exchange on All Parts of the World. A, B. A. Travelers' Checks. AT THE THEATERS TODAY *11 Screen jestic-Dorothy {dish in "Lit- tle Miss Rebellion." Sennett comedy, "Taming Target Cen- ter." Also Pathe News and Burton Holmes Travelogue. Axeade - Dorothy Dalton in "Guilty of Love" and "Naugh- ty Duckling." Waert-"'The Untamed" sta...…

October 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 15) • Page Image 6

… W&A.- ..MW ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920. Number 15 of the Roard of Regents: artments are hereby notified that the Board of Regents meets Lay, November 3. Matters requiring action of the Board must 'resident's office not later than Tuesday, Oct. 26. S. W. SMITH, Secretary. on be senate Council: There will be a meeting of the Senate Council in the President's Room t 4:15 p. m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1920. J. L. MAR...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…SECTION r 5k iga :4I atim --:ASSOC ~PR CIATED EESS I ONE DAY-AND NIGHT IWIRE SERVICE Sr a wr VOL. XXXI. Zo. 42. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1920. PRICE FIVE CEN MICHIGAN VICTORS By 3 POINT NAME BOLING AND _ THREE OTHERS IN SH PING SCANDA WITNESS MAKES ALLEGATION BEFORE INVESTIGATING. COMiLITTEE CHARGE COLLUSION IN PROCURING CONTRACTS Chairman of Shipping Board States Explanation by Bolling Is Satisfactory (By Asso...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY FEATURE SECTION SUPPLEMENT FEATURES THEATRES LITERARY fLt an 4atj VOL. XXXI. No. 36 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1920. Looking For Job? Visit Lane Hall is Kindly Advice (By L. P. W.) Can you tend furnace, run a Ford, or lather faces? Do you know any- thing at all about bible teaching, or selling eggs? If you do or have any ability whatsoever, whether it be for delivering lectures or just plain work, the imployment ...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…MICHIGAN DAILY t Jig FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN blished every morning except Monday during the Univer- ar by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ie Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for cation of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise I in this paper and the local news published therein. tered at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second n...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

…WOTHE MICHIGAN. DAILY ,SUrNA,rNvEMEa 21U90 J./.si-Ii~~s FoN~ for the rs of the week an all-starSIUEIRoePa ms _________________________________a vivid picture of the Mexican situa-' (P~~ffI~ jrf i h tinin an absorbing story of border II OIE N g tR b sPa IN ANN ARJBOR THIS WEEK life. flJJUflII UIIII IAfter the one-night stand of Wal- (Continued from 'Page One) ;LU nd erw ear Shirts N - - -- A - CI .~lace Reid at the Arcade, Officer 666Ca sS e tr...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________ " STUDENT TO SELL-Man with or without selling experience to become associated locally with big banking institution Not necessary to have had bankin g or selling etperience; we teach you in daily sale., meetings conducted ny trained men and by per- sonal assistance working as a junior. You will start earnfing at once- while learning. $30.00 and more weekly not at all uncommon. Come in and talki it over-see what o...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…Variety, Keynote of UnionRegistration (By T. S. R.) survivors of Custer's altercation with This work of delving around under the-noble Indians some few years ago. the bushels and bringing forth the There are extras, and character spe- lights there hidden is interesting. The cialists, and comedians-Mr. Lasky is Union instituted its registration sys- missing some good talent. tem for just that purpose and it has Minister On List found some-with ...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 42) • Page Image 4

…DAILY THE MICHIGAN s ,, .. r . . ., ,. ., ., ,,. ". p 4j . . " .. r. " ' ,a ." a , 1 .' a ,, r .r, +. . a ' . . r,,, ,xs,;. ,, ., . :, :. G " a FOR WOLVEHINES (Continued from Page One) eketee punted over Minnesota's goal ne. Minnesota took the ball on her own )-yard line. Brown made, 2 yards a the first play. Gilstad went trough center for 5 yards. Minne- )ta fumbles, but recovers. Minne- >ta punted to Michigan on Michi- an's 47-yard lin...…

November 21, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _____________ I I _.,..,..M.,,..._ SI Long - Long - Ago (By Norman Damon) I Sitting there before the fireplace inI who thought the joke would be all onI the late evening, the old grad waxed him," started the grad. reminiscent, repeating tales of esca- pade and pranks in the earlier days of the University, such as are common to smaller colleges. And not a few of these grads bemoaned the fact that we have grown s...…

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