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April 22, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

…THE. MICHIGAN DAILY nlri rriare the onl on s w o c n sop uch iff ren al mni mag zin s. r. haw Cherbourg, April ?l.-Russian rnii- I W HO arethe rjactionsho aandopifchtheyffrarealuloyalazito. MicSa- atios aldio. apypoeinted.tochairman1 oflo aapginedntsirfleeing ganBolshevismh hei whohohltie i~ignand to what Michigan stands for committe of five on advertising and been employed as :tevedoes "hile 1f i ith out investigation." New York it t atnda...…

May 22, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…N41CHI3-4IG AN LILY v -- . .; AHJisAll le Accomnn June J uuuiILJ tTreasurers t,, twIr W'orc 1 l tRlRITI hS. )EDJ IN' LE~ camnpu s ocieties ~ )oks to this office June 1," declared lHal1 yesterday. caled or som~e whave been stub- 4nted out. This move has been (designedl i a y for the: protection of the treas- ers themselves, and in future years, . Hall believes, that if anyone ould cast reflections on, the treas- er of any society, he can a...…

October 22, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…PAGI1 TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . . f = TCRsDA1 001T3FR 22, 1925 SENIOR LIT S LIST NEW COMITE Baby Plane Runs 70 Miles In Hour On Gallon Of Gas .wc.iwlr. +.r.Y.r+rlr.. . r .:qaa. wrrrr+. e... «+ . . .. ..+.,.... ara.... 7 MEXICO, Oct. 21.-Gen. Fu Kai Men, Chinese revolutionary h ad and head of the Cantonese army, here to confer with Sovi(, oficial so political, economic, and mili arv :n tern. ROME, Oct. -,he Naltio:::1 r. cist council...…

November 22, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 54) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1925 . . gym. ___________________---- I I { , Leads Bulgarians (~~k~ ThesN : a;.rl" X o.h . Dr. i Sy1Lv antis C. lire fThe> ('a negie t3Instution o \as r'fo, " llI{ iumn on Dec (i. .rp [il C ei fJ 1,11£I New'C ~ S~rld ':' ail q!t s f !ire1 ";') di31 n by Cortez, Ito j theIolsS0. iCal t3ints,1 vil Ihy ifl f MaIY"as','of om I. io]ev I speak, who IeI(( SIti /*. . 1'ala, ai (Iine e (r~ s I .. . ..~. m...…

October 22, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…1 I i . PAGE TQ6O' THE MICHICA N DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 192q REEVESDELEGATE ATIACHERS' SESSION Society Composed of Prominent Dignitaries from Many Parts of World JICKJNSON GIVES SPEECH Net Meeting of Institute to be Held at University of Cambridge Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the po- litical science department returned Monday from the meeting of the conference of teachers of inter- national law. The fourth meeting of the conference was ...…

November 22, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…C H 1 G A N D) A L University Students WILKINS SETS OUT ON ANTARCTIC EXPEDITIONt MITI D U flS Mostly Law Abiding UNIVLRSITYCAMv~ Says Circit Jdg TpM,, " "Only two per cent of all the AR OVL.PEN~crimes and miscemeanostht aeAR MVL -.s ~committed tn Ann Arbor ndre tom- ;-.:t..-. ... mitted by University, of Michigan 4 Sophomore Traces History students," declared Judge George- of Architectural College W. Sample, judge of circuit court, in Rece...…

January 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 92) • Page Image 2

…WAGE 'WV - TT\nA-%7' TARTTTAT)V 99 1G TNF MTC HM AN T)A TT .V TM TO T A 1A T **. . V ..'I I. A l L iL-YL F k3. DAY, JA.N l: M ZG, 1;il r r r ri r" mir r ri q PSYCHOLOGY 1 TV LVS ORMAN MAIER EX 'Its' 4H0 W INSii OP A NVWA1P USES RATS FOR~ Fiormuer Belief C'ontends- Anini l Problems W1, Of Trial And E: Norman fR. Maier,1 aDiychology, is experiir rats ' to' determine the in imals. His work tends the 'theory advanced. b; that the animaal's...…

February 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

…PACTTWOTWO rT[HE MICIGAN DAILY WEDNESDA).Y, FEBRU ARY 22, 1929 CRMNLTNICI LECTRONS THAN TON OF- ATI~t, HURRYING MAILS'LIM RCE CWMNALTEDENIESEWAY UBETODEVLO MOE METNG ROTOJITAKE PAN OR SM ERAND WINT DISA VOW'ED AS TRAIT .. TO ATTRACT FA0 JTY1P"1m _-as~ u on sot alc' I M E N T A L S IC K N [S S I ,tI --~~j;;:a ti~~md C n e Y TOBEM 'ER ACTIVITY ept Possibly the sling-shot. yapon the bow is harmful ,or shooting smail game, but never bte used t...…

March 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 131) • Page Image 2

…T--IE MICHIGHAN DAILY TH U TOLSTOY COMMI!TT ECOLLECTION OF OLD ninirhI r in-iiro PAPERS EXHIBITED eclL ':II . him as to produce fear, awe, mean- J ' ' T ness, cunning, suspicion, acting with Al? LIBR1.zXE RY 1pr~ide, haughtiness, jealousy and re- TICKETS & RESERVATIONS -i For 1All Important .A - Lake and Ocean Lines NO KLhLVVLI2 LLLI VML) 11,11s To Voimioaeu 11r41I Anhlerslry OiFBirthi Of A-tior And Sfld ent LQVETT TO -GIVE SPEECHI 'Th...…

April 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY EWEW lf AWlY Y ' ' ~1( T I ' TAG D A TO BE H[LD FOR FRESHAIR CAMP Every Thirty Dollars Raised In Drive Will Keep One Boy In Camp For One Month RICH HEADSCOUNCILORS Tag Days for the Student Christian association Fresh Air; camp have been set for May 14 and 15, Harry S. Grin- nell, '28, general chairman of the camp committee, anounced Friday. A campus-wide solicitation of funds from' students, as has been the custom in form...…

May 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 22, CHIGA N'S SONGS HAVE CO LORFUL BACKGROUND liarly intrinsic to this era of science yuth to ngh and elficieny. Te mechanism of labord unde the whole affair is apt to deceive the the soul of t spectators into losing sight of the c S A few othe part that encouragement from the of Michigan a111N A A KF ata(~rl ly n frm Fathe on" si inea, from the stands, and from "l Tlf IiiiClr 4 ~r Fl.f t , ' ands, tru...…

February 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY _'?, 1927 THE MICHIaN D~rAIL TESAY FRAR 2, 92 ANNUL PRSIDETIALYOT APPROVES DRAINAGE SYSTEM M ANN A OF EW I LI 1DOLLAR.S T ADIUM ;;:a',z r li cRPORT ~~ ~ o-la sisl-,to the iR. A. ercer constructdo cli- In c cl -l"[l-tcs ,Cnro etroit, while tihe third to 0 , ',fe: , on- Ici&'ai k h e 1or;en dlium by Oct. 1. "Everything is ycorn- and runs six feet under the playing ing along in fine shape," he said "and f...…

March 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY TU'ESDAYS MARCHI 22, 19 7 -r-----M---- LS Teenty-Two Thousand Bills Not Taken REES WILL SPEAK mwHIGH, 1IfiOLS' FINISU By________Session1 O IL T AT U DEHAE EIMIAIIOSUWenByirClose Of Congressiona ONGT TUNO ________1,___ f lal ) i l ?:d i) .., n co sJg1tliill h'oni thelit-' r ow ssstandt Vice 11C.Cel fte SeodRudO Sre hDj Idl s ' i!)aout !02 10 )! Ii t 5l2Ud hi al arers,. nunfotP:',;t!"o .'c (-. A gII oy- Secnd oUld eris l...…

April 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 143) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL u2, 1.927 THE MICHIGAN111=1111111 DAILYNOIROMIM0- IIFRIIDA1 ,APRI-22,192 FORMER KAISER MEETS MACKENtSEN STADIUM ASSUMING DEFINITE OAN.19TH ANNIVERSARY OF SERVICE- AS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION SHAPEj BEGINS jiAIichingal's new m ilIlion dolla r st a- d!iumt is beginning to take on a. d;,fi- ite form as the Jameus LCe~ omlI -i of minine")polis, \ i c on!-ra (lors for concerete w~orl. are niow p)our'iig tons of c...…

May 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHICAN DATI.Yf OT A A? A V A '" "Cl 4 A affir COMMWITTEE HEADED BY PROFSI :111-DERSON GIVES1 REPORT KEPPEL GIVES OPINION Carnegie Report jPrepared By Experts I Stimillates IneStigaltiont Of .State Conditions As a result of a report prepared some tinme ago by the Carnegie cor- poration, specific work has been un- dertaken by the; University Senate re- garding the fuxtherance of adult ed- ucation in the state of Michigan. A report rela...…

October 22, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…4 IAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIIDAY. OCTOMR 22. 19,26 TH._._TAM1A1. i lllii S %AS.*i iG ' T+ League Of Nations Association Gives Varied Exhibit At Barbour Gymna sium. As a portion of the movement pu-I partImei I of the League of Nations porting to develop, throughout the NattionalI Non-Partisan association for country, an intelligent understanding specil use in the study of the sub- of the aims anid activities of the et in various inte...…

January 22, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

… THEIHI GAN DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927 . .., . ProfessorPO Speak 1V0EAtK.co~Dne L LeE Unei iBhg v ( .(AV ~ : ~~ OT t-a )it :7 . '.0j ~e' (lEche l it ~ralit1! . A1' I 1)2 f i ( Of' rty'* 11O , fit RVat E1 I?2A ;l U e as 'ix, 0 nw)-ot tL ;dos *1 1 i t A 2 Dalton 1D. 'ape,'2~ ho f'>~o b 2 charge of the torani .vrie, mx a1v laai~~i;r : y ing cups will hopb aa t ~ ta le WWi Co, hers of these coflte<t . ofet! fl,",': ,': 2 The results of t...…

January 22, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 91) • Page Image 2

…1 PACE TWO, &TKIIF'MTCH-TCAM rbATIVy ", P M ,A V T A ATTT A n'ST 00 1040 *-a a **..l a1 A 'f1 ..LLA 1 L11 j 1r-IIAY T J ~ rA NrrARY 22, 1926na BALCM II° ran cc's Ne~v Earoy And His Wife L 0WDEAT SAYS CONSERVATION OF ;needs as against a less futu tine, Welcomed Into Offiial"Faily" SURPLUS CROPS IS NECESSAR Y surpus beyond Vat in the markets of the world upon the motaan T6199~uesDiSvig h i everya surplus is a good thing for to"The problem ...…

April 22, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 148) • Page Image 2

…I THE MTCHTGAN DAILY THURSDAY, ?IPRII, 22, 19211, THE MICHIGAN DAILY - THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 192~ Two Publications Announce Essay Contest For Student~s i ' i ft _ r . a Announcement has been made by 4,400 )wards :n lenzg th aznd should 1w the Nation of their second annual Itypewritt en. prize essay contest open to gradluate '['h essay, wAith null infoinatimil and undergraduate students enrolled ,concerning the conft estant an~d the in Ame...…

May 22, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…P'ACE TWO 1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1926 ....w..M.. ,. ,}t In t rnatio nal Exposition Will Honor Declaration Of 'Independence Signing', America 'will commen orate Ther ses-* Secretaor E (oOmerce H oover and l qul-centonnial ,anniversary 'of the SeceCVttry of Stlate llog will rel~re- signing of thes Declaration of Inde- ~ l tjI~~1 h xrie. and will suplerv 15ie overmn' pendence in an international expos- two million doilar par...…

November 22, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…:..THE M I CLI G AN D A I L Y THUDAY, NOVEMBER BAPTIST SCHOOL WILL' 1B OBJECTOFPROBE (I v Associated Press) BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Nov. 21.- HoFwLard college, one of the largest Baptist schools of the south, was in an uproar today as a special committee appointed by the board of trustees reviewed charges pre- 2erred by 21 students of improper conduct on the campus. Among the charges was an alle- gation that a member of the fac- uity had asserted t...…

January 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 89) • Page Image 2

…c TH.E -M.TCHTr.-AN". M-rx l~ F'-.,.....w ....n..,,.......,er ... .. JIMECPEN EVEI Display Of New Cars FRIENDS1 IIP BEWEEN NATIONS Taping Will Seak Features Auto Show PROMOTED ON FOOTBALL FIEL D'!At Lansing Meeting .a 47.Lr L7Ci z , n 1V U ti x'C. YL G, l y Gt1 ---- °-^' ---'--r--- I __.- ilhTrnT 111111 nrrrn New models, new modes, and new colors predominate in the showing International good-will has now of automobiles for 1929 at the De...…

February 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DALLY PRMA.Y, FEBRUTARY 22, 1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1929 SURVEY OF MICHIGAN MENIN SENATE; MADE BY fORMER POLITICAL SCENCE INSTRUCTOR HERE, REVEALS MANY NOTED PERSONALITI[S FiVE NATIVE SONS orship. It is significent that these. fivesenator made' the step from DISTINGUISHED either private life or local politics to the second highest political of- IN SENATE fice in the United States., The two senators repr...…

March 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 128) • Page Image 2

…4* 4.- ... * e. . . .* -- - 4 - .4 .. THE MICHIGAN D ATILY I IOUS PRESS WORK ISS SCREEN REFLECTIONS ACED O XHIBITIONi Typography .-Of Historical Value 9 And Examples Of Decorative Art 1 Included - In Exhibition it ARRANGED BY CURATOR Modern fine printing as exempli- f fied in the work of the more prom- inentipresses of the world is the 1 subject of the display now on ex- f hlbitifo irthe show cases in the1 lobby of the main library ar...…

May 22, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…e. r~%,TVTO, THE M I C H I G A N DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1929 w+s+w -inn _ ....._____r. HIGH SCHOOL PLACESCrowd B FOUR IN EXAMA T raves Rain For 55th Annual Turf Classic To See REEVES HONORED 'Submerged Submarine And Her Crew Clyde Van Dusen, Aided By Mud Track, Emerge Victorious; BY CR TIUS CLUB Hoisted To Sea Level By Rescue Ship ~ §.International Association Engaged In Publication Of Grotijis' I Associated Press) the spot, 3,000 ...…

September 22, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…MICHIGAN DAILY r117 . . y b" f i i We Carry, the rgest st oc, X of Bo M a j no A IL 'I'h Uxty .me .... w .. . .ea . . . . u/ r Addlftk Am w ir ; . :: 1 I ,,..,,., ..e.., ,,,.... ._ .... ._ .., o, xu , .. : ,.M. 40 9 r 'at pf w U - AWMM …

October 22, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…JS WOLVERINE, HISTORY ""MCHIGAN'S NEW H~E WILL BATTLE DEDICATION JINX r- (S ,..Pe pilot, Dr. John Wilce, in 1907, butE Vandervoort, Johns, Blott, Rosatti,j Michigan extended the winning streak Muirheadl, Kirk formed the line, and with 316, 40-0, 6-0, 22-0, 10-6, and Kipke, Roby, Cappon, and Uteritz 33-6 mairgins in the 1904-1909 interval played in the backfield. OhioEarnd Ti lit1910Isabel and Workman for the Buck- Again in 1910 the Scarlet an...…

November 22, 1927 (vol. 38, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…--4-- THE MICHIGAN DAILY TWO TUESI)AY, NOVEMBER 22, 1927. ~EMLEY GIVES TALK~ ON ENGLISHSCHOOLS Explalns 1)ual Educational S~f tein D~ue tQ Church And State UPPER CLASSES DISTINCT "There is no unitary system of edu- cation in England," stated Prof. Rob- ert M. Wenley, head of th~ philosophy department, in an address before t.he regular staff of the School of Eda- cation at a luncheon yesterday. "After the Revolution of 1688 the nation was ...…

January 22, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 89) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TE IHGNDIYTUSAJNAY2,12 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1925 ----.___ REGISTRA9TION SET FOR FEBRUOl - Upper ('Thssiunen To al In Ele tions At {: g itran ' i iee;lSoyplio- iio'~In Anigeli Hall mm 16 HOUR LIMIT SET Registration for the sec.ond semne- ster for students in the literary col- lege will take place from Feb. 2 toi Feb. 6 from 9 until 12 o'clock andl from 2 to 5 o'clock and on Feb. 7 from 9 until 12 o'clock. N...…

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...…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…CHICAN DAILY .r. a_ a R01- S our Germacns To Pay With Lives ICAL~1[S I or Murder Of .Belgian Officer PRELIMINARHIES H ElO 4P C'HOOSE SIX 9ME;N FiRO 'li GI( $l's ilEi i EARS 'WHO TfI{I ED OUT Prelimninairy trials for the North- eml Ojatcriccal Leaguet contest were, held yesterda"Y LaftorMoon inl Room 302, Ma o al h ol , n i rchosen from a groutp of 18 speakers_ to continue in) the contest, the final s of whiich will be ld M_ ,arch23: L, ...…

March 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 126) • Page Image 2

… .LAN . ,e Russian Cnand Opera Co. Le remarkable 'variety and reput- xcellence of the Russian Grand "a company's productions has soe ,ested Ann Arbor music patrons' nearly 150 ticket order, have been eat the tiniversity Music house ;h is in charge of the local sales., Russians will f111 a week's en- Lnent at Orchestra, hall, Detroit. nning next Monday evening with aikowsky's opera "Christmas ', a typical Russian fairy tale full; itches, devi...…

April 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

…___ ___THE MICH1-TGAN DAILY d V P1611W 'to VG'i'Iniversiy Jeetres Tomorrow and Tuesday VyOJH(ERIS ADVOCATE t1' CLEANUP i IN LITICS litician, lawyer, and jo rnlist among the varied vcations of y H. Curran,who will deliver two ersity lectures tomorrow and sday. lie has occupied many po- lI offices in New York city, taught he New York Law school, and ten numerous articles for publi- a. present his articles on "ohn Cit- s Job" are running in The ...…

May 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…TH-E MICHIGAN DiLY __ . . , fl EU CAPTIVES ; Is "'.t by Troops Places American Officeers in Great Peril Bandits Say WOMIAN DECLARESi LVING CONDI'T'IONS JBAD 'Washington, May 21.-Crave fears for the lives ,of Maj. Roland W. Pinger and Maj. Roibert A. Allen, U. S., A,' two of the 14 men still held by Chin- ese bandits, following attacks made on the stronghold of :the brigands by Chinese troops. One officer and 'five men from th~e Chin...…

July 22, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…EWSPAPER OF THE Y OF MICHIGAN ER SESSION morning except Monday r session. Associated Press. The As- exclusively entitled to the on of all news dispatches not otherwise credited in local news published here- at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,] as second class matter. *ion by carrier or mail, $t-so. Ann Arbor Press Building. iication3, if :signed as evidence of , will be published in The Suntner the djcre ion of thee ditor. Un- nn13 ii loons -will r...…

October 22, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHI AN DAILY WEDNESDAY, TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, ._.r - --- - _ _ ._ _ ____ _ _ _____ __ _._ _^ MUNICIPAL LEiGUE MEETS NEXT MUNTH Safe Travel By Dirigibles Predicts Regular Foreseen By Noted Explorer Ocean Air-Trips "Within 10 or 15 years travel by Mr. Stefansson also explained that dirigible will be as safe as travel by the Arctic ocean is really a sea, being } sea," said Vilhjalmur Stefansson, not- no larger than th...…

November 22, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUIRDAY, w~nll i ll feebeso th thr floor1 [lif 1i$10 or $20 have not realized that this RLfor atients which the investigators bUru mount must be divided between 11 , Orm "0'a I r porL9 wish too iihtcc undcr d. oh e :srva- I ldifferent organizations for their year's Reerh i4 t ll&1 Ravel End Of Reign ocrsWl ilnie4iP1ii Disease Stu~dy (ling Opposite VUiversiity j°f / bo11'at+ iS y S.C.A. Announces . N ew'Ap polint...…

July 22, 1927 (vol. 8, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 04t Oumwr therefore, is a life given in the cause of patriotism. j t Thitbands of 300 brave patriots, then, who fell before the combined Published every morning except Monday forces of entrenched coercion, and uring the University Summer Session by de navi tep osv hi e :Board in Control of Student Publica .ded in a vain attempt to save their ons. nation from the tentacles of a foreign The Associated Press is...…

June 22, 1926 • Page Image 2

… PAGE TWO THE SUMMVMER MICHKJAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1926 14#e lumttr There is something decidedly wrong with the present economic order fIJir Bat~I~3U ~ tt which we may not be at all able to OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE solve but we shall certainly be doing UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN a greater favor to civilization by look- SUMMER SESSION ing into those causes and trying to a TED RQ.LL J HONK j HENRY HONK i 1.. 11 Published every morni...…

July 22, 1926 • Page Image 2

…PAGE rrWO THE SUMMER MICI AN DlAILY THU1RSDlAY. JULY22.1926 a -Wol 7.1 \ ;/ -' 1L l 111V 1Y :7LL11, J Vlli Ida, 1JNU NowmMmm V u 'unut r OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN { SUMMER SESSION Published every morning except Monday during the University Summer Session byl the board in Control of Student Publica- tions. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news disatr,-hes credited to...…

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...…

April 22, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 19235 Mr. Kreymborg, The Broom, and Baseball Mr. Kreymborg haa been lauded and' cursed and pitied by his audiences. They have unhesitatingly pronounced' him a charlatan, a lunatic or a genius. His work as an editor and writer nt modern literature, fauous ott twc. contineitts, was sufficient herldry. Io prepare me for anything and every- thing in personal eccentricities. But Mr. Kreymbhorg is ju...…

October 22, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…i r i aiF r WIN TRIM WOW s THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA ' 4Y 1 , .. f" ! J p r .t .'aUCT R" V FARELL'S PROTEGES READY FOR OPENING MEET __ __ HOW THEY FACE EACH OTHER OHIO STATE THIS WILL BE A COLD 1~ INTER &ND YOU WILL W ITH PURDUE CROSS.COU Coach Farrell's cross country run- ners will receive their first real test of the year this morning when they compete against the Purdue distance men in the five mile grind over the boulevard course. Althoug...…

November 22, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…@MBER 22, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Reindeer Bill Passes State Body, Santa Claus Happy; But WhatAbout Forest Fire Waste In The Northland? Buy your Mums for the Minnesota g from the girls for the benefit of the Woman's League building fund. You' will be able to strike a happy medium be t we e n foolhardy spending and miserly conser- vatism by keeping a bank ac- count AT THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK RESOURCES OVER $5,000,000.00 1. SUITS EVERY ...…

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...…

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