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January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…I SNOW FLURRIES; PROB. ABLY' COLD WAVE r A irw" I uit *ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE .of VOL. XXXII. No. 87 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1922 PRtICE FIVE Pr /. Van Tyne Received In Pomp Emg[CMPOWERS LEAGUEl TO INCRPRAE s DEVELOPMENT OF ASSOCIATION'S WORK TOWARD BUILDING OUTIIED' TENTATIVE PLANS FOR EDIFICE REVIEWED Burton, Sundwal Speak at Lncheon of Organizing Body Yesterday Incorporation of the University of...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…I' IL' I 1kF mtt ",ij, PRESS DAY ANID NIGHT Y'EOR I ~11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAYo FEBRUARY 22. 1922 " PRICE rrm ,,_ w_ PERISH IRSHIP 1 EAR-THI GAS 'E WIRE Burned sd y Ky a. -, airship Roma fell1,000 >day to strike ground Road3 army base, cap- high tension electric into a roaring furnace ogen gas in which at army crew and pas- Dutch Geologist Announces Talks Dr. H. A. Brouwer, exchange pro- fessor in geology, from the ...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…tr t A N .'. at ASb'0C: PR] DAY ARID A IA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1922 PRICE ATHLETIC PROFESSIONALISM DISCUSSED BY WRITERS IN CHIMES, OUT TODAY Defending and attacking the college professional athlete, articles, by J. A. Bernstein, '22, and Wilson Smith, '24L, are the headline stories of the March issue of Chimes which will be sold on .the campus today. Another article deals with the history and develop- ment of the S...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…I 11 itr4h Jut LY IDAY IN4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATtTRDAY, APRIL 22, 1922 ,.. .... _ IICHI6N ILIS ChOPERATORS FAIL SOUCITORS NAMED oSeMT u # ~ ~Nelvberry Movie NgtPorm ; H H E TODAY All plans are complete for the chi TO OFFER Inexpensive souvenir programs movie, "A Girl Named Mary will be sold Cap night by the Veter- T N starring Marguerite Clark, which Is to '-----anS' Memorial association to aid tn be given at 10:30 o'clock this m...…

July 22, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…Ci4r O'ummtr I" AND COOLER TODAY lii :43 ,a t PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ? No. 26 ANN ARBOR, MTCHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1022 :.. 'r WHERE MIN 'Ai UCATIO\N WOUL MLE NEAR EAST 'RDBLEMELSEY JLTY MAN REVIEWS PLIGHT -. OF ASIA MINOR IN - - LErCTUJRE -. ERICANS ARE ACTIVE-- _RELIEF EXPEDITIONS Religion and Low Mentality - Have Hindered Settlement. of Problem - te. hope for future of the prob- in the Near East lies in educa- -in the a...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… zta t at ) ,__ .._ .r .a :XIII. No. 26 20 PAG~ES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1922 20 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS . ,j : ,, ' S ". ,. ; , - :. . 1tir F .. r.J"" TE, 1 9s OIS WATCH ON RITES E STADIUM CE ANNTJA MEEN OLD ARGEST U1STENC] st t Horseshoe Seats 62,110; Co4 of $1,341,000 met by 13,000 Contributions a Daily Staff Correspondent mbus, Ohio, Oct. 21-Seventy end people saw the dedicatory es of the Ohio st...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER Y; UNSETTLEDl TODAY Y AIW, WNW a u Ad I YEAH TEA!? THE (x'OPIEIIS 1 ; ,.: , ..XXXIII. No. 51 ~ANARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, N~OVEMBER 22, 1922 PRICE FIVE CEN~ . ............ ----- --.--.r BUTNf101 AS RECIPIENT OF SENRTORIAL TOGA', Political Defeat Cornlumbus Spurs Canididate EPASZSNLV , e To Nw Efors g U 5 INLEAUEi ttNe . lScher Ieriiorn. Stre es Importan'ce of ,4;., 4 Iter iutttl YUnityIief ore Journalists Lawyer As...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1922 The Problems of the Stadium, (By G. P. 0.) ?incorporate the latest improvements in stands last year were made on a' of a mile away at the opposite extrem- Completion of the new wsooden design and the moost satisfactory baaia of $1550 per seat. This year ity af the bowl. stands on Ferry Field last summer isn every aspect. the figure wobuld he somewhat less, doe "In the stadiunm at Sy...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…WICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN shed every morning except Monday during t lalvet- by the Board in Control of Stuaden Publiauas. MEMBER OF THE ABSOCIATED PRESS Associazen Press is exclusively entitled to the as I. ion of all riows dtpatcbea credited to it or not otherwise , this papeerAiathetocal news publihed therein. ed at the postoffice at Aun Arbor, Michigan, as seed ter. ription by carrier or mnail, $3.5o. !: AnnArbor Press ...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…AL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday during the University oard in Control of Stiident Publications. MBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :iated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for d all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise i paper and the local news published therein. the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second n by carrier or mail, $3.50o nn Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street. Business, 96...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…| been, an to be so independent as they have should drop automatically to a more G, very morning except Monday during the University ard in Control of Stu4gnt Publications. BER OI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for all news dispktches credited to it or not otherwise paper and the local news published thereila. the stoffce at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second crier or mail $3.50. r Press Building, Maynard S...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…TO FRESHMEN Y 1%; ning except Monday during the University ontrol 'ofStudent Publications. $ THE ASSOCIATED PRESg s is exclusively entitled tos the asrnter i dispatches Creted i r netOherwise ad the lical news yublished th...ia. oge a A Arebor cMia a seo"i Jer or mall $3.5o" Press Building, Maynard Street. iba ; Editsrisl, 2414. to exceed 300 words, if signed, the sign- 11pear in print but as an evidence of faith. 1 be publisheA in The Daily...…

July 22, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…11 III u D -11 il AL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ished every morning except Monday duiing the Summer y the Board in Control of Student Publications.: MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively ehtitled to the use for re >n of all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise in this paper and the local news published therein red at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ier. cri...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…'s J11N6. UN I nes ias been postponed to Wed- night, 9:30 p. m., when re- NOTICE-Copy for this column should be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of the day before publication. SUNDAY 9:30-Congregational students bible classes. 9;0-University men's bible class" meets in Upper Room, Lane Hall.,i 12:00-Open forum, Congregational, church. Dr. W. E. Forsythe speaks on the Historical Conception of Di- seases. 12:00-Baptist Guild class meets in ,the Guil...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…A A AL.J Y.LA%.A A %.~A 2k ..... w ..~ IJER OF FASCISTI ARMY IS IDOL OF BLACK SHIR T COHORTS FUND DRIVE CONTINUED0 11Y Y Y I IMI I - 1 1 I r' J_ ____._ r ... I With the total amount subscribed to the Community Fund standing at $37,000, the Community Fund associa- tion has decided to take further steps to reach the sum of $45,600, the quota set at the beginning of the campaign. Names of contributors are being ta bulated and as soon a...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 2

…I. THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SuNDAY tANtAtY 12, 192a Resurget William Blake Editorial Nsote; This is the sec-ontd of actst not, breeds pestilence"; "twhatI read his "Songs of Innocence", and i t rot' " ft' 1he Tiger, Blke's most a eries o artictes ahout writers 01 is no0w troved woo once only imag-a"Songs of Experience" we can see tititonsoem)00, Sinbrne sid that it ott otdei' toy. iner";'the eage never lost so toucit'ahy Swinhtrne eulogizes...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…Y22, 1922 THEMICHICA-M-DAVY - PAGE THE MICHICAN DAILY PAGI~ j.... ,._ . ._. , p , __ . Burton Writes Article lDicussing lien jal Traits Of JYen And Women SHOW PENCIL DRAWINGS BY, RAHN AND WENZELL HERE Pencil drawings by Albert Kahn and Herbert GI. Wenzell,' and photographs of somie of the more important parts of the Trocadero' collection; Paris, are on exhibit in the architectural corri- dor of the Engineering building. Mr. Kahn_'s sk...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… Theaters of a change in the cast for road tours. This play is unique in that scenes of the past are visualized on the stage whenever the thought of the central figure returns to that period. Matiness will be given on Wednes- day and Saturday afternoons. Dr. A. K. Foster Lectuxes at Purdue (By Conference Radio News Service.) Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 21.-Dr. Allyn K. Foster is at Purdue university here for a series of six lectures on scien- tifi...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…in reliev- the salutary exercise: is practically the only means by which the heart can procure its necessary training so that it will de- velop properly and maintain its es- sential strength. Does your heart re- ceive this necessary training? What is the effect on your heart as a result of slight extra exertion? Do you have a feeling of discomfort after sprinting for the street car? Heart Requires Exercise' If there is a sense of distress f'...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…TIVAL NOTES ;, OL to. 1e I I T Illlli I r 1 , i produce enough great dra- our own use. ett said that he thought the hool should not only train r the dramatic work, but uild also train them to ap- d to understand the great so doing it would not only idents trained in this work, d also stimulate all classes .. In the s e Points to Harvardf g "Harvard university and Carnegie i Institute of Technology," he said, f "seem far to surpass al...…

July 22, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…W'W L " A" U* '.Iy# egard Advantages ARFIELD ARRIVES TO ASSUME DUTIES z America do not atages," said Asha d., in an interview r is the only wom- She d Master of Arts from the Univer- y of Calcutta and is now working! a degree of Doctor of Philosophy. I believe in co'education. In In- , colleges for both men and wpm- are under one administrative de- rtment but their classes are , en- ely separate.," "Social Aspect Overemphasized" .. Miss H...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

… Michigan Girls' Glee club ill hold their first rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Barbour gym- nasiumn. All members are requested to attend. Any women interested in doing Americanization work between 3:30 and '5:00 o'clock Wednesday after- noon are requested to call Charlotte Ermann at 2338. The work will be- gin next Wednesday afternoon. 77 ARE CHDAO FOR WOMENS__GLEE CLUB Seventy-seven girls have been chos- en for. membership in ...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…Jshington Boasts Only Woman Dean Of Law School In Country Work in th(. Christmas toyshop of the Y. W. C. A. will be continued this afternoon in the two parlors of New- berry hal. All women are urged to be present if possible to assist in the making of toys. SIGNATURES OF YOST AND TEAM NET MORE THAN $43 FOR LEAGUE Mode Shoppe, 711 N. Univ. Individu- al gowns; personal attention; prompt. service, reasonable prices.-Adv. $50.00 reward for reco...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 3

…SINl). Y, JTANtiARY 22, 1h22 TI-I MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINEa After Two Thousand Beers (Continued ftrom 1Page 1) i plot, lhii gr ave mtistate that yon MA1M1 (joyouly t's Jae t n itersAMES!: Amen! empty, too." And then, "Sure, a booze are mahing; for our stilt brews not with the still aol bottles) :IIATIrlIAILOT' (Seizing the bottles): hutnt's- better than a posum hunt. any booze hut beautifier. The liquid we A11! toy little soti's tiot tdead. ;T ...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…. , .: _ _ topic for ;the eedn 'iikdri.W11~ be "Better Than Disarmament." "Can the Golden Rule be*applied to Busi- ness" will be the subject for discussion at the Student Forum at 5:30 o'clock. The last of the'series of three ser- mons on parts of religion will be given this morning at 10:30 o'clock in the Methodist church by Dr. Stalker, who Do You Need extra Courses?. Send for catalog describing over 400 courses in History, English, Ma...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…wi : i ;,9 _;;. .. ,1 .. :. . -. . V 4 f i Y i r'/{ _ . . s Yi a . .... .. . ,. . . . . ." . . "".. r '+ . in . m Ni! m I.. I a 999 TAXI Michigan easily defeated Albion, 60- Cornell defeated Michigan 44-0 at 8, at Ann Arbor, Saturday, Nov. 5, 1892, Ithaca, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1892, in a foot- in a football game. ball game. MATINEE DANCE WEDNEDAY For Benefit WOMEN'S LEAGUE BUILDING NOW 35 Cents Every Passenger Insured Against Accident' ...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…[---e -_7v'I. Encounter Strong -day, hrom Ithacans f next higlbest team. Finally the Red - and White entered a team in the in- r door meet of the Intercollegiate As- d sociation of Amateur Athletes of Am- t erica, which copped the championship r from a field of more than 20 schools. y 10 points ahead of her nearest rival. h The Cornellians appear to be excep- tionally strong in the track events, es- pecially the relay races, mile, two r mile...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

…py 1 And Captain Of 1922 w nine Nine TE Ni2 tii up] erion by th. New nines. ck man, rry Kip-, Paper, who are e game .ottger, lly a d a who bag Hell- y his sport Wol- le to pla a three gainst a time. he rival s after- g in ew has been position mn moved rner, the Wimbles basemen fternoon. have a d record) c' .s quad. '11, 6e op- ied a first with most iompar s Favorably With Those of Leading Eastern Collegiate Net Teams WOLVERIN...…

July 22, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…1 p. m.; arrive at 2:35. Trip -about 4:30-5 p. m. 5 p. m.-"Bridge Construction. lustrated). Prof. L. M. Gram. ends University Geologists In Kansas Secure Skulls Of Extinct Rhinos L 3 QU11U UO lurday, July 22 ursion No. eight-Detroit uing, and Michigan State' company, Detroit. Arrive Lunch there, followed by ough the telephone con- uts. - Presbyterian students cl for picnic at Wlitmore' u1nday, July 23 George E. Meyers ad- uild class, Baptis...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morhing except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Edito'ial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for .republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news publiahed therein. En'erej at the postoflice at Ann Arbo...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 4

…,., .. EWSPAPER OF THE rY OF MICIAN utLiq Ucuiuana V LLjtooU . LU rU. AU~A ing 11. Yost, foir-evgr-since-we-can- remember coach to Michigan's Varsity and now director of athletics in addi- tion, merits the naming of the new ublished every morning except Monday ing the University year by the Board in ntrol of Student Publications. 4ember of Western Conference Editorial ociation. the Associated Press is exclusively ena led to the use for rep...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 4

…4 .i THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1922 Oxford University --- its student Life, Traditions and Customs BY W11. Bernard Butler land the man who defeats you in ten- never a case of dIrunkenness. ticipate in the debatfes, both that they (Continued fronmlast Sunday) irtsor w ho shoots past you on the I spoke previously about the less' themselves may be known by the stu- The Englishman is raty orinore dissitates with you by ind...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 5

… tire] time itlon the men. Decided improve- thas already been shown in many by Feb. 18, the time of the Chi- track meet, the men should, be e best of, sha~pe. The aspect of track situation has changed en- t in the last. few weeks. At that even the most optimistic were able to see a fair year ahead, but howing of both the old men and e men out for their first time is and, unless the wrecker of college s, eligibility, takes away some val- emate...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 5

…LEAD Leaves . A. C. forI ILL USE SECOND MEN AGAINST AGGIES Conference Standing W. .. .4 ..w .. . . . . w .w . 6 6 4 5 4 :, L. 1 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 Pct. .867! .750 .571 .555i .500 .429 .429 .375 .285 .250 running the noor. Rea's defense was well nigh impregnable. A few sec- onds before the close of the game he tore some of the muscles in his right arm and is at present nursing the in- jured member, which threatens to keep him out of pla...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

…IIU MJIV. A rn" it IOS OL t E aCE CO RNELpea Chi Sigma vs.=iga Nu. 8:30,1 on the CES $ U.FFTRACE TEAM. SATURDAY Delta Chi v. ;Theta ;Ch. 9, Phi (lain-I vs. To BELL D SU CES BY FFICALSma Delta vs. Kappa Beta Psi. 930, Al- Fleke (Continued from "Page 4) pha Sigma Phi vs. 'Phi Chi. Freebo rs have done 53 'fat 'in the three Finals in the class track meet will Baker lef eat waai tho portion of Another feature on the Michigan end meets" that .they h...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…4 at. 7Ivania TAKE NOTICE Garbage cans must not be larger than 20 gollon capacity and all free' from water. Glass and rubbish must be kept out of such garbage cans. This is a provision of the City Ordin- ance regulating the collection of gar- bage, The collector is not required to take any garbage from any residence where the above provision is violated. Garbage cans must b accessible at all times. Such cans in the basement or on the secon...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

…deg or not he will be able; DU U U ""' 1 L,I tion of the Reserve Officers' Train- W, ing Corps established at various Sschools and colleges throughout the country. The main reason for the meeting is that the recezl curtail- ment of army appropriations has President Marion L. Burton has re- made it necessary to reorganize cer- ceived an invitation from Secretary tain departments of the work. of war Weeks to attend a conference In writing his ...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 5

… Fo Of First President In dlued .University Collection Intimate photographs of 18 former ~I embers of the faculty. wNere present- ed to the University recently by the widow of George Peck Pool, '63, and will soon -be turned over to the IA- brary. These pictures were collected'l by Mr. Pool' in his undergraduate days here 60 years ago' and have been pre-1I s erved intact in a small photograph album. Included among the 'photos are like- nesses ...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 5

…SUINDIAY, JANUARY ,t'2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE "he Hand of the Potr-adCriticism "WHIATI, 1DI1 T[lE Till HIiND OF THlE CRIITIC SHAKE11" (lty (;. I). E.) hut, that thiey' arc- in ibis ca-se, s0 surne, tiot only fail to see antytihing ;rot support:. it is only a few weelks since tie brta'zen about it. smiackitng at immtorality, but applaud !hBt aside tromi this, gentle friends, What is a rallier arnusing side at the butsiness as is line hit...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…the remarkable teamworkj an's informal hockey team, di game of the series with College of Mlines was lostI tore of 5-2. Only throughl ,rful exhibition of goal tend- lay~d by Taylor was M. C. withstand the storming at- he Michigan. forwards. Time ishots were rained on him yr gong true to the mark deflected to the outposts of jWan dicapped by a foreign rink. The new Remington and Underwood Portables are proving 'very satisfac- tory'. Have you p...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 6

…Persity Of Michigan League lIT ALUMNAE TO ME BENEFIT DANCE m at the University can help apaign for the University of ,n League by promoting the o be given Feb. 27 at the Gray- )etroit, by the Detroit Univer- Michigan club with the assist- alumni from 25 different uni- s- aber of the patrons and patron- re Ann Arbor residents, and nn Arbor university people are d to attend the affair. Tickets sale at the Union desk or, can be sd from Wilfred S...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

…CITIES FOUND ALUMNAE GROUPS Michigan alumnae organizations ave been founded during the last eek in Birmingham, Flint, and Pon- ac under the direction of Mrs. Evans Colbrook, meiber of the, executive omimittee of the Alumnae council ,nd chairman of the committee on FOR SENIORS, SUPPER Final arrangements have been made for the Senior women's supper to be held at 6 o'clock tomorrow even- ing in Barbour gymnasium. All sen- iors will appear for th...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

… r ,... -_- :. . YOU WILL DO BETTERI AT-I To Satisfy Popular f Menu LEMBLE'S 530 FOREST. AVE. U ARE IN NEED O- rD SERVICE THIS ISf BREAKFAST Prunes Cdrn Flakes" and Cream Pork'Sausage Coffee Buttered Toast LUNCH Vegetable Soup hamburg ,Loaf German "Fried Potatoes Waxed ┬░Beans Bread and Butter Apple Sauce Cake do Ck Cooa Milk We are putting out a new product. You will now be able to get delicious Cream Chee In small cartons that will...…

October 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

… .r..u.. .r .rn j .. ~ . r-... w i %k ' _. _ .- _ AN SWAMPS OHIO I DEL UGE OF TRICKS: OE'S AIR A TTACK FAILS tinued from Page One) was the, same irresistible- "an this afternoon that he for .the, past two seasons, n by the rankling memory of tSa sustained by him at the today~s opponents. He :he scarlet and gtrey line 1e to tackle, plunging, rip- pulting forward for steady On defense he had Michaels nailed at the line of scrin- but a few...…

November 22, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 51) • Page Image 6

…Mum NNW" __ ... ,...w...., . . .. i . ~-- ... - r ARSITY OFF FOR NORHTH TOMORRO ike Light 'Workouts Before Fina Battle at Minneapolis Saturday )HNS MAY BE REPT FROM FINAL GAME BY INJURIES1 With only two more days of pra.c- ce remaining before the final game the season, Coach Yost sent his en through a hard workout yester- y afternoon on Ferry field. The workout was in the nature of a, .mmary of all the different phase hich are necessar...…

January 22, 1922 • Page Image 6

…6 T1HE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDIAY, JANUARY 22, 1922 snt"'That Brute Simmnis," and "All nn who should have een an artist, That Mtessage." and 0n) dout, one who would have V o o k s / n d A u th o S'm On "WGinesburg, Ohio' there is not ban hos 1011he eensplaedl is a d(er- /jouc need of dwelling atl length. ent environment. ~J oo s n d A u'o Everyone who makes any effort to' Mr Fuesoe has tie belief that SM9E NOTABL III 11011'STORIJES ilime ...…

January 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGA4 DAI Y .+w w w urrYr OLEY FAVORS LONGER ENGINEERING COURSES IN ADDES T ST. LOUiS *T Advocates Five or Six Year Term In All American UnI- versities. PRESENT TRAINING IS TOO TECHNICAL, HE DECLARES, Lengthening of engineering courses in all American universities from the present four-year term to five or six years was advocated by Dean Morti- mer E. Cooley, of the engineering col- lege, in an address this week at Wash- ington u...…

February 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…1#, I' I ' UL ble. Be'cause of many conflicting events the party to have been given by the advisory board of the Women's league on Feb. 25 has been postponed to April 22. All girls wishing to b from the University lo women should see Dean dan at once. runds or I ra B. Jor- The Selwyns present JANE COWL in Her Createst Success "SMILIN' THROUGH Next Week-"THE BAT" DuH"EN MARLU Sa.Ma.'Merchant .f Venice;" Tues., Fri.E Night" Wed., Set, Ev...…

March 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 125) • Page Image 7

…%a ItiuufilsuIuu& INOUSTRIAL GIRLS or Girls' play ,ney theater. the Junior 1at 7 tonight ,veryone in the this time. A or being ten the Junior Girls' to report at 4:45 tthe Chinese Gar-I "What part does' women -play and what part will she play in the inter- national affairs of the future?"' This is only one of the topics which will be discussed at the meetings of the ex- ecutive council of the Grace Whitney Hoff Federation of Industrial club...…

April 22, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 144) • Page Image 7

….w.... ..... .....w.. . .. NO INTEREST IN SPORTS- .1 .1, F"1' A disappointing number of upper- class girls, particularly seniors, ap- peared Thursday afternoon for the first meeting of the year to consider class baseball practice. This is look- ed upon by the department of physical education as being exceedingly un- fortunate, and as an evidence of lack of class spirit. The small showing may be due to the fact that interest in the interho...…

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