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October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER G4ENERALLY FAIR TODAY aft c OPOI Ar Abr al Section ..r.......... One VOL. XXXIV. No. 25 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, It2 TWENTY PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS r 'i F 'C. { {. j {'yr y 1 OHIO uTl TE 23-0 I PRESS CLUB ENDS CONFERENCE WITH BUSINESS SESSION' Mie. Galli-Curci.Wins Hearts Through Charm, Personality ANN ARBOR TIEIS NEWS PIIRIZE FOR BEST FROYP PACE (AITEN A. J. MILLER ELEC...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…f . THE WEATHER COLDER; NORTItWSTD WINDS E VOL. XXXIV. No. 51 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1923 EIGHT PAGES EASED WIRE SERVIC ASSOCIATED PRESS PESTERN CONFERENC DITORIAL ASSOCIATIO PRICE, FIVE CE RESHMENT MEI Masques Production Of Fairy Directs Masques Tale A Beautiful Performance been d .tl.All By Robert B. Henderson been erased with a vengeance. Ale- A princess loves a, beggar, a band gretto vivace, rather, wa...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER WARMER; PROBABLY SNOW TODAY Y i!ZI Ar Section I .One VOL. XXXIII. No. 87 20 PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 192 20 PAGES PRICE FIVE CII FRENCH POLITICAL PRISONERS NUMBER E IGHTEEN IN RU9HR GERMAN LEADERS WILL BE H ELI) AT )AYENCE JAIL BY INVADERS RAILWAY CREWS BALK; COAL TRAINS STALLED' FRENCH INVASION OF RUHR W-1 t of ~1 1 oeidenr ON URINVASON Vei'to I U r Qutmer O Qoste.F HE1NA ON 1}i t~ t,+ " +rnp0ttd h/...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…PRIOBAB3LY ,SXOW VOGL. XIII. N lo. 101. EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGx AN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1923 EIGHT PAGES EMNOFCASPress Club Will Cgngress Probe DELGAESDickey Is Slated Gargoyle Satires fl[K S l U LGive Dance Tonight 0®f Croukhite's AtOMNI [ITI For Cabinet Post Hit Publications!U L lv I~y 0 . P N ,R mor Bristling with criticisz, (delving i- clock this eeigi Barbour gm to scathing comment, glorifying in "! BYFEC CI narium. Dinner will ...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…I _i 00, MOW AlWil t. u all . EIGHT PAGES ANN ARDOR MIClIGA.N, WEDNESDAY, LARCH 21, 1923 EIGHT PAGES ran u Graduate Dean I [IUIVI Back From East1 R-SITYi NSPE CTION GRET SULPORToday Is,"M ".day Today is the second of the regular dP"fl " days which have ,been sc'hedulo4 by thenStuent cAU ei t be held each Wednesday and every day during in-f liNSPIIO T9All seen wh~o have won either their letter or any other athletic insi~gnia _____ wi...…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…'HE WEATHER SETT~LED; PROBABLY COOLER TODAYf <Y ian 41P SEE T HA, GAME TODA Y . . ........... XXXIII. No. 144 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1923 EIGHT PAGE& PRICE FI " n " a " w v INHABITANTS ARM IN MULIHEIM AS, COMMUNISTS RIOTi NNE K RNOWN, DEAJ) AND 1[ORE MOB LEAVES TOWN AND GATHERS IN OUTSKIRTS Merlin ,Ncwspapers Clainm Rab>Is is Not of Unemployed Buit Organived lDlstiibeI".; M1fuelheirn, April 20.(-B...…

July 21, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…7 h 0 ritm ir trs 46 F4 C ttl ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERTICE ,J No. 25} ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1923 PRICE FIVE i t iY LECTURES EXPEDITID N TO NEAR EAST Pillsbury Oxford Attends conference DDRESS GIVEN BY REQUEST OF STUDENTS AND TOWNS- PEOPLE ARE MANUSCRIPTS FOUND IN MOUNDS ocuments Dated 250 B. C. Excavated From Ancient Cities, Buried For Centuries Before an audienc which taxed the pacity of Nat...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923 MUSIC, GENIUS AND INSOLVENCY IN GERMANY HE MOST tragic ORLANDO BEEDE hence. If direct commiunication were event in connec- the only means of conveying news, tion with the down- From Observaticus by Otto Stahl we would know little of what is going fall of the former' . on in the rest of the world, to say fallmofrheloer Such is the product of the souls of hissed at immediately. The pe...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ___________ Sw nder failed I 1)ne'rni'for 0SV IFraternitI«s and hosclubs ys- in Grand R Lio ;rday deccoi'ated he fose rth 4 (rad Rpis, ic.,Oct. 20-(By the Ilig gl u ofl Inc ya' GrandI~pis, Mci1,Michigan. ;ird Ohio StatE. C") iti A.P.)-After bei'xg sought more than late Firiday night bad I ~ _ . All a year as *a tugbive and having onlce every indication of a stormi, ~u aescaped from officers, H~arry Martin. many orgafli...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…THE MIC141GAN DAILY - 14 1% ,WEDN'ESDAY. NOVEMM - 21.'.L"V THE MICHIGAN DATLY WEDNESDAY NOV~Mfl'~Th 21. 1~ 11111E "'Lly Lly 1'7 ,4 r) r &Q:L 4MM WO AML M Mft MNL 2= A& 'Aft Nobel Prize Won By Irish Author ~/ I I SMDIJNSUA SCLPE, iews From Other Colleges IN E EAY SENTENHE cefil4-The:M:insota Daily ident has been missing for m~ore than Judyby putting cut a large issue' Peter Saad of Detroit, ticket scalp- I 2 pages. An extra thousand c...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…v. THE MICHIGAN" DAILY SUNDAY, JAN1UARY 21, JE IMPRESARiOg JEE EDESA III MIislcll ComlEty WNil4eFirst Oiera Eet P ett111 Ann Arbor y It'l ''d CAN, RTJWISTS v w iN I UN1QVE PRO DUCTIO0N Ruhr Coal 'Baron Held By Frbenchl . Z { - n innovation in Ann Arbor music- history will be initrodiuced Wednes- night of' this week when Mozart's sical comedy "The. Impresario", 1 be presented in H-ill auditoriuml the Choral Union concert series. merou...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . . UHTA A1EOth ' " nal& - i1 Service om ar Toda Gargoyle Satires i:"a ;!, r , llilg illMe lmmnner 'that it is lications that the Gargoyle is onily as ?i u iai n uiai~'rm i~uu i t lrie )lAnd then ;11-,-,,-oi, Thle Dally. Th~ere1 Inlthe seetln th4 p ]or'trays ti1 fst£1aT1lwad icto ix pag Y;bdovutlilto The Daily, Michiga-en1tn,.1:eight of the proln- (C;ontinued f..."..,_. Page one) tiing as",Nly ' i t etinig lw C «oi...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

….did u on1 Eur- Hres, for Summer scliool nbcrs of the resident fac- announced recently by 1 H. Kraus, of the Sumi- Thle series will be in- Prof. L. It. Turner, of lepa rtment, on June 25 subJect, "E~urope in the On June 29, Prof. H. E. Rig',gs, of the vii engineerinig depiartment, will peak on "Our Transportation Prob- in from the R~ailway Viewpoint" is lecture will be Hlustrated. The~ ext lecture will be given by Prof J . Campbell, of the ...…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…ICE. MICHIGAN, DAILY . , -. . 2 ing Tut Revel Attracts Many Students To Detro't A number of University students to 'rodulced in Detroit. Thbe commit~ltee will attend the "King Tutankhamen ' Jf l1cd on f a,"outdoing the nocted Revel", the first annual theater haiSc'bbal Th mjoty fte of the Little Art theater of Detroit, ss vll1,e garbed in fancy dress, which is to bei held Monday night ati as r:o;uestol, most of them choosing he Qraystone ...…

July 21, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…visualize what is only suggested in the works, act can mean nothing, and it is doubtful whether any group, YESTE+RJAYB FICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE whatever their likes and dislikes, will YTeXt JNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN pass over masterpieces, without sup-__ SUMMER SESSION plying the necessary elements to1 com- she sumermorng except Monday plete the effective impression. Port Arthur'ls Opportunity The lack of appreciation of things Never again will Po...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PA GE TWO THE 1'M/ICHIGAN DAIL~Y SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923 The C mpus cess. Regarding the writing of temtt The wa"u aere not pacrticfar. Preie 're trircat rots, for the mot prt car andgo to th devil. This does r t mte that the tmanscrits wttt e tunc Liter-a-toore ptate, siotldthere e he an chance, a decently deveopd sye I The editors of The Sunday Miaga-,Tthe chief tings are oriinality tnd tine are of the opiniocn that, notwith- veracity t...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…TNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923 T3 N. TO 0PENM B r V S H I P D R IE _T H IS Llb";F EK uNIVERSITY ASSOCIA TION EX-. TENDS INVITATION ,TO ENTERNG WOMEN Membership week is to, be observed by the University Y. W. C. A. this week, and every woman on the cam- pus who has not already joined, is in- vited to come to the office al Now- T , MTO-HGAN DAILY PAGE TIIzrrE .. Woman Attorney I TO SUIT Fights Soos M TS EC DOEFINAL1TEAMSme FOR WOMEN'S DEBTEs The ...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…WEDNE+.SDAY, ANOV EMBER I.21, 1923 { - the intermission, Marian Miller, '24 to be given Dec. 1 were issued Monday Members of Wyvern society are ask- PA v L N g B LL IWIIl give a solo dance. Iby the sophomore womn. All fresh- ed to call any day thi'week for blue- Programs for the dance have been I~tl men women will be sincerely welcom- books to be sold i the houses, at the secured having silhouettes of a danc- ed. Women's League booth, Univer...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHICAN DAILY pA( I 'Wtfomen Members of the cast for the Junior Girls' play are requested to pay a $2 deposit to Helen Delbridge at once. Wyvern picture for the Michiganen-I sian. will be taken at 12:30 o'clock' tomorrow at Dey's studio. All dues must be paid at this time. In addition to the University tele- phone number 16, the office of the dean of women may be reached by calling 3426 on the city line. All Y. W. C. A. pledges for t...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

…T14E MICHIGAN DAILY ,. Junior women who have not, paid 'Woodruff, '24, chairman of the enter- lT nni to undertake the extra financial bur- ~the tax of $1 will have the opportunity tainment committee. LI blU 1 1 j e entailed in the estalishmnent of I7f1r ifto do so today. Fees can be paid at All League house women are e- Ouch a school at this time. the cntheoocandyUnvbooth hin. Universityend.Thailairpe lted to attendws. Thedecdechairmaneetnh...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…yuo YenIPPOINT COMMITTEE TO I P~LAY t the senio! Iat 5:45 0'- parlors of! Jean Ham- iurton, Mrs, [iss Mildr~ed tthe speak- liemu will be of the W'o-j Collar s for senior gowns will be on; sale from 11 to 12 o'clock and fromt 2 to 4 o'clock today at the league booth in University hall. Because of the Junior Girls' play the-re will be no leagite party this~ week. A one-act comedy presented by Mlasques will be a feature of the. league party t...…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..r. ra BO litt ;llllEaB& a 9lldliBDPBlIIltail 1lC f tl 11 ! 1 6 &i lid ti3I1tS 1 :eS ?QS {d: F[ GKl i; OtBZ 3 6 6F ae t 16 P ldal t1 1! a11, ! li, g U J ty _ G : tC 5,2 ' 7 1 AL OllllllilllflllllllllCilllffl[lllfl llllllllllllll llllllllIllllfllillllfllllflllI[III Iflfill IllIifIiyIlllifffffllllfp;flllllfII 14/ rn a,.- a: -S rrMw ri r Mrr r..r..i. r er 3 Subst anti'al as t e Py ra mild ? S ...…

July 21, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…Photostat Reproduces Books And Documents At Library] two newspapers-the Kentucky Gaz- of ette published in Lexington, Ky., from 'm, 1787 to 1800, and the -Detroit Gazette, out the first newspaper published in th< state of Michigan, from 1817 to 1830. 1A These have been done for historical adv students and subscribers. r" By John Mitchell NY MARRIAGES by Sherwood An- might hesitate before praising it as1 derson even a mediocre work. It see...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923 T'-iE MICHIGAN DA Advice to some pedagogues: CENSORSHIP 'When ears are deaf, 'tis wisdcm s (Continued from Page Two) -O M A tob ub"has passed. Besides, among-toe pe, -_________________________________ ple of most nations the hatred of Art (Aeschylus and Literature is pushed to the point in "Seven Against Thebes") of lecturing boastfully of that same hatred."0 YOU will be more than satisfied with the food and service a...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THME MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOB3ER 21l, 1:23 ~ 1~tic~i~ -a1 V THE SjTUDEMUN'S OF MICHIGAN:- NIlNG POOL? I U STE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TH i ,ih rcntatin""thent UNIYERSITY OF MICHIGAN Committee oan Student Affairs, in post- W LAMUS PINIONI Puiblished every morning except Monday during the University year by the Poard in Control of Student Publications. MINembers of Western Conference EditorialI1 Association. The Associated...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 4

…IIAGE'rOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 21; 1923 __ _ __ THE MICHIGAN IAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1923 .kk.0 It 1 Itrt Is students convicted by that body on the ~ '"~ t3 ' charge of cheating in classes in the University will, in ,addition to the OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE punishment meted out by the body, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIG4AN have their names published in the Daily Official Bulletin. Pursuant to Published every morning ex...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…THE MICH;IGAN DAILY U4iA, AlIJA RY 21, x6 rl$ led Sub O~ffi ness. COI If .il appea and The lit signe, A LIJMNI FUND REVIVALI1 Deto the lack of interest showni bthe alumni recently in the Alumni 04 01L CAMPUS OPINI ON E1ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE Fund established some years ago, two________ U IVIYESITY OF MLICHIGAN of :Mchigan s prominent graduates 1U NVLI dtr h ihgnDiy lhe eermrin ,ctModyhave seen fit to contribute a consid-HTI, S g the Univ...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IDNSAFERAY j~their task,.. the books ~.will be judged, and one chosen to be produced as the union opera. Those who have con-FE L OFICALNWSAPROF THE tributed their talents in writing the A T D R L IJ1EST O rCIA book will receive due recognition, and /fir, f GO) P rublishetd every morning except Mondayj the one mran contributing the most II)L.(0 i ring the University year by the Board in Will be given credit for his share and...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

… ceptedi their invita~tion along with a number of like requests from alumni associations situated in other cities. The enthusiasm with which Coach: Yost has already been received anr the plans that are being made in other localities for his reception are evidences of the popularity accorded Michigan's director of athletics. Very! elaborate preparations are being made; in California for the visit of the Coach; one day he will be the guest of, ...…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

…THE MIC" HOAN DAILY i FI AINEWSPAPER OF THE [7IVER$TY OF MICHIGAN a Wished every morning except Mondayg g the Univesity year bysthe Board in1 olof Student Publications S.f wi'tern ~Conference Editorial c Associated Pre- is exclusively en- to the use for republication of all newsx iches credited to it or not otherwise .el in this paper' and the local news pub- therCiu, tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, i"'tn, as second class matter. scrip...…

July 21, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

… Helicopter Designed; May Be Air "Prairie Shooner" Ii !t I { i low 5 ' i rye 1 Harding Party Is Bound For South Seward, Alaska, July 20.-(By A.P.) -The naval transport Henderson with President Harding, Mrs. Harding and their party aboard, left here early to- day, steaming out of Resurrection bay' through the recently christened Har- ding gateway and turning her prow southward. Although the chief executive will visit three more Alaska cit...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SuNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923 -Mors Plays and the Stage Sentence imposed dry Judge Kirby ROBERT BARTRON HENDERSON Benedict in Taos County, New Mexico, SEX! SEX! SEX! The actress who first hits upon the Hollister's announcement that he will 1867. My mind is peculiarly twisted idea may not be an artist, but she will present that greatest of all American around two ideas, Frank Wedekind make her fortune off of it, neverth°...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER,21, 1923 THE MICHI LEGE BRIBERY IN IPAROfON F CIMIN l HARGE MADE THAT $1,500 WA PAID TO WALTON FOit RELEASE Oklahonma City, Okla., Oct. 20.-(B A. P.)-According to testimony befor the Oklahoma house committee on in vestigation, and impeachment, a fee o 1,500 was paid to Murray F.Gibbons ormer sneaker of the house and t J Garrison Kitchens, former Oklaho- na City policeman; for obtaining a ardon for Ira Williams, serving 2 fears...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 5

…'a WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY - '- - - .. - Pi n. - Republicans Battle Over Coolidge : and Johnson; Democrats Want McAdooj NOMINATION WflLD FORCE AUTOMOBILE MAN TO SPEAK Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 20.-Henry Ford's name probably will' be on two at@'f hre~e;in te tate- presidential primary next March, -even:though- the, -county conventions. being held' today all over the state I fall to show a preponderance df Ford' sent...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

…Tl",t ,MIC~hIGAN IDAILY fl hich hie represents will sweep the' support the bill I intend to Introduce. } e g eI alled "Wanted: A Wife" which rov- go ythre judges, and, after a Pr. ell conr.If that does not work the people of ed to be especially laugh provoking, cess of drawing, Alpha Chi Omegv S No This sanguine propihecy was made; this country at the next election, Fancy Dress Ball. i Mack Sennet's bathing beauties in anl was aarded the hon...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 5

…rE3UARY..21,' 1O2 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY "PROPOSE CHANGES HAWAIIAN QUAKE AND TIDAL WAVE IN Xm ETHDSLEA VE TOLL OF DEA TH AND HA VOC INEXI METODSu Amu'- AT TAR THEATERS I I lloara 'on'dtlers' Nan ncrr 0fR egi- E ~teru g V rd :ze ITOSE PA hATFE EAMN ATIO\ S+ Enzginezr throughout the state wil 6o a.ffc'te i the prpo~ed cange in " re mr;lod ~of examination that is ~alow under onsderation by the Mich- 1- ianSate Bard of 19xaniners for the cetis...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

… rom214, Natural Science building.,- '4:0Ruin4ne o 'Poland Sendsfo New or~rr IS OIG N Dtoi jnire_ _ _ _ _ __tsi D o K o M nstrT S G4JING 0~ Lan h~all. olgesuet n Do Y u K o M nse oU 7 00-6,lee club meets in upper rcarling___________________ 1,01 I lei.i~.for this olumn shonil; 7 : .--l'i DPit Epsilolin eels in r'oit 1flow many student publicatIions nrf by 5:3~0 o'clock of 306 o the Union. in the University?" TO pniblication. 7i:030- - U~ l ....…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…f1,1923; THE MICHIGAN DAILY - r- , J -A 101, Pf , ,s ..., THE 318 SOUTH STATE STREET HOME McLEAN & NEEILANDS QUALITY COUR TESY SERVICE Schu'Itz Grocery HOME OF PURE FOODS Oan a basis of quality only, we solicit a 'share of your business. For the careful businesslike buyer our Quality andPrice will make a "strong appeal indeed. Free. Delivery to All Parts of City Last Delivery 5 P. M. Office Open till 10 P. M, for Orders "You can ...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, OCTOSIER 21, X23 THE MICHICAN DAILY BETTER CLEANING *THE WHITE SWAN WAY Clothes cleaner and more comfortable. No injurious chemicals used our way. Continous flow, f r e s h, clean naptha removes all dirt, grease and lint.! Faster service. Six trucks ( are busy daily. Watch for, them. Less cost to you Liberal discount with cash cards. Better service every way.- No troublesome delays. No injury to clothes. PH~ONE 1%1 White Swan Laundr...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…#4 1i RE MICHIGAN nAILYV -- SUNDIA, OCTOBER 21, 1923 .:.. ,, w . w" SCORE BY QUARTElts MICIJIGAN 'D iflO STATE 1st 0- 0 2rnd 3 3rdt 4thFIA Sport Snap Shots (Byr Jack Keene) licavyweight Champion. Jack Demp- scyt earned-or rather he received- close to $1,000,000 this year. Dempsey took part in two bouts, one twith Gib- bolls and one with Luis Firpo. Next year he probably will (d0 even :letter, as t'here are -three lig matches in iight...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 6

…_______4 HE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1923 ,k ; , , r; , .- _ - a _. ., , v . ,. ry u . ,.<- , , n . , . - -, ._ -----"- M i i i i i { R EColgat FlashA -ss Co'ys Bdck Playing a strong kicking game and c executing an impenetrable defense, 4 Beta Theta Pi duplicated their victory of last week, yesterday afternoon and $1?f a4 S4df'RDAY'S WLITO D JETFR- * MINE WESTE N / FYE NP 9 again defeated Nu Sigma Nu in speed- CELkudEIN I ...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE I xT N DAILY SUNDA THE MICHIGAN DATLY SUNDA yr Mir.r wrr.r. -.,,, ,. ----IYrrrrr"ir , . ., , ~ ITY RELAY TRIALS UNCOVR GOOD MATEBRI IN FOUR""RACES s Men Turn in Fast Times wil Eent; IsheI , Hatten- dorfi, Purdy Star in higher as he cleared this height by a margin to several inches. Both crosser and Brooker cleared 11 T 1 ES' OF TRIALS GlVE IGHT ON SEASONS dCANCES mal ,calibres of runners, were conclusively yesterday after- n Wat...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY aENsDA,~ -.- __ _ AmM . ... ...:..our . .. f - b S1TY SWIM-MINS TEIM FALLS TO NOWERFUL NDRTW~IESTERN TANK MEN, s 'National L 'eague Baseball YMagnates To Erect Monument To Willie :.eeler; MICHIGAN RECORDS, 6550 Students Participate In Athletics At University / Puile"(Great attors Completely Overwihefhi Wolvce1 li By 4.1: Sore TION ITTBUT TWO EVETS "North wesbt1I i vcr$ k( , errplCent- ', Wv, yoii of the s...…

March 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

… I ot a Noun- n c jow; t1hib 90, .. - °,- ... TO SEND IBRE TEAM re on Frst Places .In I rlil PJLACIFSECOND) IN EA ST r N ITEEfCLLE <lTh (. Special to The Daily) iaca, N.Y., March 20.-Cornell send, a championship calibre to Ann Arbor to meoet Michigan Saturday nigt. It vill be pac- ly identical -to the .one ' ic c ar off second bhonors at the annusi1 or °Eastern I tercollegates hel ew York on March, n which ate and Wite led all other ...…

April 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA '3 i -, . zoo oom IAI Rom > s. . caum1inm uuu i r"+"' 4 lA i x . ,. .. .. _ CKS9 IWONDERFUL LEAP bbard Jumps 21 Feet 11 Inches in Practice For First Time on Ferry Field ACTICE EASY AS MEN REST FOR TRIALS THIS MORNING 3ubbard, the Wolverine star jump- and hurdler made a remarkable 'formance yesterday when he jump- 24 feet 11 inches. This is the best np he has made on Ferry field and arly shows that he...…

October 21, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIR THE ' MICHICAN bAILY S, ;UNDA'Y, OCTOBER 21, 1923 PACE SIX THE MICHic5AN DAILY S IJNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922 CHIMES (Continued from Page One) srme tome been conceaing a cleveo st in the pcrson o Angus Fh- Books and W riters cc l Ite achieves some telline ef- fects in chiaroscuro with apparently noshing but a pen and a bottle of ink. The art editor or whoever is re- or so. The hero of Lucy Furman's eponsible for the two-page spread o...…

October 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 25) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -~ __ __MAW_ __ _ 1 2 . Washington. . LOST FOUNTAIN YENS -IA WOMAN to do student washing. A GREEN umbrella in Nat. Sc. Bldg. FOUNTAIN PENS AND INK Call 2031-R after 7:00 p. .n i Phone 1762-W. A straight tip. Buy nationally dis- South U and Eng. Bldg. tributed merchandise and you will get MEN WANTED-Waiters and helpe s BETWEENSot..UadEgBl. good service- everywh-ere. in kitchen. Coufe Cafe, 108E Wed. afternon a Pi Kappa Al...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 7

…IASSIFI COU AT 3P-00 ADVERTISING' AT 3 P.M1 THDE MICHIGAN DAILY r- 'ACC, SEVEN ROUBLE ROOM-One occupant may work 'for same If odesired. PhoneJ; 1194-M. 422 E. Washington. SET OF DRAWING instruments. Lib-' eral Reward. It found please call 34??-J. TWO TICKETS for Minnesota game. TYPEWRITERSI 1 39-.TYPPEWRITERS FOUR TICKETS for Minnesota game, of all makes Phoe~ niersty134 JBoifght, Sold, Rented axchanged, WANTED-Two. tickets, single or ...…

January 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -1 TWO GAMES WITH WESTERN STATE NORMAL ADDDTOBSEBALL CARD Coach Flier Aimounces 'tilts Celery City School For May 15 oiid 25 BATTERY CANIDATES HAVE FIRST WORKOUT ON FE: With men. Because of the J-flop being held in the gym the baseball cage will notj be put up until the next week and these inen will take their first work- outs clown in the locker rooms. initial bag. Knode was one of the; bright in the diamond sport. If...…

February 21, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…,'' WU}Y HUY1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ni in arntime. The Washington. teamn is mak-; Lutherans. Episcopals drew a bye ink iseun. The freshmen played Superior' R1T35nfl n I pom -- ing a tour through the east and will this round. Ihockey thrroughout the gamie and were L~ Kelly, a Vi U lI~ V I~ f~ [ Smeet i ad tinto Mchgan, Yale, !--- never in danger of being' overtaken.:AKS eain FoeaosInwnolleadNIU m u ing:i Tto t FOmDAkeIN Eat bid for the national o...…

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