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January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…I 1 I" VV A..JA 1 **1L1\ FAIR AND WYARMER"I TCODAY I IWe I 'NJA A6F Aw lg*v 4F & arm it 4:3 titg UNITED PRES DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 84. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TJESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1917. PRICE FIVE - _ V CDVNGIL TO STAGE 'MINIATURE -HOP' FOR DISAPPOINTED DANCE WILL BE PATTERNED AFTER BWIGAFFAIR IN GY 100 MEN MUST SIGN UP AT UNION TODAY Attendance Will le Limited to 100 Coples; Tickets Will Go on Sale Friday In o...…

January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 2

…h-class work is a natural sequence to having our workrooms on emises. With our workrooms all under one roof-all under con- ated personal supervision, we are able to produce those finished rpieces of tailors' art, so utterly impossible for the great bulk of is. our dress suit for the J-Hop should be ordered of us, thus insur- ou the best materials, workmanship, and a knowledge of thirty ' experience in manufacturing evening clothes. III G. H....…

January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

…4. iIUI\ dUIILVULL PLEASES FARELL Steve Believes Varsity Cinder Path Program Is Best That Miich- igan Has Had COACH IS GREETED BY BIG TURNOUT qF TRACK ATHLETES Attention Is Centered Upon Coming Indoor Struggle Against Notre Dame Squad "The best schedule Michigan has ever had," was the expression of Coach Farrell yesterday respecting the 1917 track program announced Sunday. From the number of men, both fresh- men and Varsity aspirants who ap-...…

January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 4

…-_.... ponderating armaments are henceforth to continue here and there to be built up and maintained. The statesmen of' the world must plan for peace and nations must adjust and accommodate' their policy to it as they have planned' for war and made ready for pitiless' conquest and rivalry. "The question of armaments, wheth- er on land or sea, is the most im- mediate and intensely practical ques- tion connected with the future fortunes' of nat...…

January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 5

…Mid-Winter Clearance j, LVIIUVVIUIACOS uits and Overcoats: STEIN-BLOCK and MICHAEL-STERN 1-4 Off CLOTH ES 1-4 Off F Entire stock fancy and mixed Entire stock blue and black: Suits and Overcoats Suits and overcoats AT 1-4 OFF AT 200/o OFF All trousers over $4.00 Our entire stock MACKINAWS AT 20% OFF AT 20% OFF Linieiischlimitt, Apfel &Co. Rico Yields Abundance of Coffee, Fruits and Cocoanut Oil F r""" Galo W. Blanco, grad., completes his a...…

January 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…rdobans-- Cordovans New Lot Just Received 11 GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER .. .a.o...d! i like cut. All sizes as to e. Fit uaranteed. Dark Brown Cordovans Also Skate Shoes for Men and Women Black, Tan Pearl for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern Slides etc. I A complete and fresh stock of Eastman Kodaks and Supplies always on hand. 11 In I h SPE CIAL BARGAINS L Y N D 0 ' 5 719 N. University Ave. W...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY SNOW TODAY r 3kf A6V juatt UNITED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 98. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917. PRICE FIVE C ATHLETIC BOARD VOTES 8 1 FOR RE- ENTERING CONFERENC f WOLERIES TIE SYRACUSE 43-43 BYTKING RELAY MICHIGAN OVERCOMES EARLY LEAD IN FINAL EVENT CROSS BREAKS GYM SHOT PUT RECORD Captain Carroll Wins Easy Mile But Loses Half; Meet Hotly Contested Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. ...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

…V Iri1UIAIN L LILA 1 .-F1I%.JtMN L Lii... I ---- ANNOUNCING OUR EXHIBIT Spring and Summer Suitings a American and Foreign Sources in Artistic and Striking Designs YOUR INSPECTION INVITED G. H. Wild Company Merchant Tailors STATE STREET Grade TOOLS for WOOD and FORGE SHOPS H" L. SWITZER CO. 301 State St. SPORTING GOODS Mill Official newspaper at the University of Mi, ' igan. Published every morning except Mnday during the univer...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

…(ANT BIG NINE '"L L) v F1 1 GA! 1 GRADUTESFAVOR CON ERENCE IDEA Alumni from All Over Country Ex- press Desire to See Wolverines Back in Big Nine RG ANIZATIONS IN DISCORD WITH ATHLETIC SITUATION Messages Slow Hopes for Speedy and t nqualified Return to Form- er Relations Robert H. Cook, '06L, secretary, Sag- inaw alumni association: "Michigan's place is in the conference. I heartily endorse an honorable return." Andrew Lenderink, '06E,...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…--.-" with all of the conference teams and yet- need not be hampered by any of the conference rules except those re- lating to eligibility, thus enabling her to maintain a training table and to play an unlimited number of games in each football season. It was to meet this situation that the conference adopted the so-called "boycott rule" which provided that no member of the conference should en- gage in athletic competition with any college w...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

…SAdvance Showing of Spring Top Coats in Suits HA TS Society Brand Clothes ASK TO SEE OUR SPECIAL DOLLAR SHIRT The New Spring Models are Here 1-4 Off On All Winter Suits and Overc ;ats J. F. WUERTH CO. NEXT TO ORPHEUM Wadhams & Co. TY PEWRITERS For Rent or Sale State St. Arcade Main and Washington Sts. A CO- Ed Without a Serge Frock Is like-well, think of a suitable comparison yourself! They're so comfortable and practical and good...…

February 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

…I o Srir, ±ii. rili-iUA 1/1-6lL I Ruthless-RGuthless-Ruthless , New Spring That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale. A New Bargain every day. Look them over. + 'O' OLE N S "I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks." L Y N D 0 N ' S 7191N. University Ave Text Books for the are now ready. A selection made now will be reserved. TOLUNTEER CONFERENCE OF STATE OPENS TODAY Ma Wed. & t. wee S At. R...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY RAIN. TODAY A6r fr ipn UNITED PRESS DAY A)ND NIGIT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 122. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENT "FOOLS, PARADI~SE REPEATS ,SUCCESS TO LARGER THRONG LEAVES LITTLE MATERIAL FOR USE OF SATIRICAL DRAMAT- ISTS IN FUTURE REFLECTS FOIBLES OF STUDENTS' LIFE Seven Day Trip Starts April 9 CosmopolitanI State Club to Visit Cities on Inspection Tour of I Hiram, '20, Amuses...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Laster - April 8th Prepare Now I Make your selection from our vast assortment of distinctive weaves and colorful blends. G.IH. Leading Merchant Tailors Wild Company STATE STREET Rackets Restring Official newspaper at the University of Mio:..gan.. Published every "morning except M )nday during the university year. Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as second-class matter. +)ffiees : Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVNTEE 6AMES DAY OTORE Complete Lineups and Scores of YesBerday 's Basketball Con tests LPONTIAC DEFEATS VRAYLING TO 16 INK ONE OF BEST GAMES OF I)AY 18 HOLLAND LOOMS UP AS POSSIBLE CONTENDER Grand Rapids Central Takes Hard Fought Game froni Flint by S28 to 20 Score Perhaps the fiercest tussle of all the 17 games played in the interschol- astic basketball tourney in Waterman gym yesterday was the game in which G...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DALRkkIDAY, MARK±Z, ~.( TO OUMAGOERNMENT LOYD-GEORGE WIRES MESSAGE OF APPROVAL TO NEW PREMIER London, March 22.-Premier Lloyd- .eorge this afternoon telegraphed the ollowing message to the new Russian >remier, Prince Lvoss: "It is a satisfaction to the British eoples that the Russians now base heir institutions upon a responsible ;overnment. Freedom is a condition f peace, and I do not doubt that hrough a suitable constitutional ...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY P ,. C. & K. C. & K. S ring Suits AND *Top Coats With plenty of Snap and Style A large variety ranging in price from SOCIETY BRAND SUIT Spring Showing of the and Top Coats for Spring and Top Coats for Spring Crofut & Knapp Hats $3.50 and $4.00 See Our Windows for Shapes and Colors TINKER & COMPANY Cor. S. State and William Sts. Come in and see our new line of Spring Hats and Furnishings. We make Suits to your mea...…

March 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 122) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY A New Spring TAKE YOUR Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results that will not be a disappointment. '- N S 719N.University Ave Estabished ir and Gro'wing bigger and better every day. Get your Racket Restrung Now WOOL EN S I I are now ready. A selection made now will be reserved. Chilean Lecturer Praises University Dr. Alvarez Believes Mic...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…" , I I ' 'I THE WEATHER FAIR AND COOL TODAY I i i ~aitig UNITED PRE DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 166. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917. PRICE FIVE NTI __ STUDENTS PROVE READYI TO FOSTER SPIRIT OF HONOR CREED SUPPORTED BY MANY UNI- VERSITY MEN WHO PLEDGE SUPPORT GRIFFINS TAKE IN 12 NEW MEMBERS All-Campus Honorary Society Holds Annual Spring Initia- tion THOSE MAY WISHING SIGN UP TO TODAY Union and Daily ...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…I HIL MICHIL kN DAILY LN DAILY ....... Comfort in Summer clathes r M P RA4ISES GL[ CLUB Official newspaper at the University of Mief..gan. Published every morning except M-nday during the university year. PROF. A. A. STANLEY DISCUSSI W HEN the sizzle and scorch of a summer sun surcharge the atmosphere,you'll appreciate the cool comfort of an outing suit. Tailor-Made to your Inches from any of our many tropical weight fabrics-Palm Beac...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…II- - -- 1-- RuIEIIuIIuuu mu 1917 SUMMER SESSION DRILL REGULATION AND WAR SCIENCE TO BE GIVEN Infantry drill regulations and mili- tary science are the two courses in military training to be offered during the 1917 summer session under the supervision of a competent officer probably detailed to the University by the war department. This will enable all male students attending the sum- mer session to take intensive training preparatory to be...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…MICI6N ENIN WHO'SWHO IN 1917 Biographies of President H. B. Hutch-t ins and Seven Professors Con- tained in New Editioni PUBLICATION INCLUDES LIST 1 OF PROMINENT MEN IN WORLDt Dean V. C. Vaughan Was Division Surgeon in Spanish-Amer-. ean Wara Biographies of President Harry B.t Hutchins and seven professors of theg University are contained in "Who'st Who in 1917." This book containss the life history of the prominent men of the entire world, an...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…1 17 Al %..~Z AA'..A~1l~ L.~fLLL~ I __ . ....y.....w.. _i STRAW HATS STRAW HATS Bring in your old hat and we will allo wyou 50c toward a new one. From $2.00 up. We have the Stiff or Soft Sailors, Ask to see our sport coats from $8.50 to $10.00. Flannel Pants from $5.00 to $6.00. White also a large selection of Panamas and Leghorns J. F. WUERTH CO. Next to Orpheum : ANN ARBOR, MICH. Wadhams & Co. State Street Main Street Your...…

May 23, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ . . In fine tailoring; the cost of good workmanship exceeds the cost of the fabric. Workmanship is the ability behind the shears, behind tile nedles. It plays the most important p~art ini a successful suit, fixes the cost, the selling price, as wvell as the value of the garment. TAKE YOUR Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results that will not be ...…

August 23, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…AT YOUR DOOR 3 TIMES A WEEK L SUMMER NEWSPAPER VOL. VIII. No. 25 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1917 RIPICE FIVE CENTS REDFEH-SIREDS COMBINTION WINS Defeat Egley and Burtis In Final of Doubles by Close Score SHIELDS' PLAYING WINS CONTEST Redfern, winner of the singles, and Shields won the summer tennis chain- pionship by defeating Egley and Burtis by the score of 6-3, 2-4, and 6-4, last Tuesday afternoon on Ferry Field. A racque...…

August 23, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Wuerth Theatre, Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:3, 8, 9:3o Satisrdys-Sundays-Continuous Sat-25-Mary Miles is "Mintervno Geri winke." Also "Theo liystory of theo Double Crosts." SEisode 15. Sui-Mon2-7-'au silloreorick in "The Love That Lives" Also Tri- angle Komedy. Tues-Wed-28-29-Shirley Mason in "Light isntDarkness." Also GYtosoy. TluFi-oi30 -3-Visas Maotin s "Foo- bidden Paths." Also Keystone ('os- bcly, Gloria Vernon in "Whose, Baby" Orpheum The...…

August 23, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE PAGE THREE --r- i t MORE FRENCH OWAN Eight of Thew Received by Local Branch; Want More Comfort Bags Eleven more French orphans have been taken in the last five days by the Michigan D. A. R., bringing the number adopted by the state chapter up to 37. Eight of these were taken by the local branch which leads the state in this matter. That more combfort bags are .much needed and wanted, is shown in a letter recently received by...…

August 23, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE WOLVERINE Club Women Plan Patriotic Programs Miss Seeley to Marry Mr. Wardell, '14 Pariotic programs are to be featured Miss Orel Seeley has issued invita- by the women's clubs of Battle Creek tions for the wedding of her sister, during the coming winter. Various Miss Ethel, to Mt'. Bert Wardell, '14E, phases of patriotic work are to be the wedding to take place Saturday discussed, and one of the most novel afternoon at Miss Seeley's home...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…v "PIA J1 1 ~ 1 R, CLOUDY, FLURRIES [I4 -' itV -\1 tL- -.l -A, f-F v _a V VJ % yrLein 41IaiI r A DAY AND NIGHTI SERVICE _ _ XXVIII. No. 19. IVERSITY AND ;ITY OFFICIALS TO HEAD PARADE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1917. PRICE T t r AND IN STUDENTS WILL JOIN SECOND LOAN PAGEANT TIRE STUDENT BODY XCUSED FROM CLASSES ch Begins at 3:30 O'clock from North Maui and Ann Streets CITY REPORTS NEW SMALLPOX VICTIMS, Taxi Driver ...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…kLLY . ."i -1 1 '.~'A £A~dLJ. ~1LY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled te uae for republication of all news dis- es credited to it or not otherwise credit- this paper and also the local news rled Herein. . i'iuewspaper at the University of a . Published every morning except Lay during the university year. tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as id-lass mtter. ice: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- bions:. by car...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

… .1 YOST SHIFTS MEN FOR NEBRASKA TILT Fresh Blame Luck For\Tough Defeat "Over there" they call those big lumbering machines that plough along without respect to condi- tions, "tanks." It is said that these instruments of warfare care for no man, nor do they stop for a measley regiment or a whole division. After watching Wieman stride along the white marks on Ferry feld apparently not noticing the M. A. C. players that clung to his legs, th...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

….. as I CII .1 er H I { You ivill Protect Him With While Your Dollars / He's "Ober There" When the din of battle ceases where will "her boy" be? He was all she had to give, yet gladly did she offer him as a sacrifice upon the altar of Freedom. What are you doing to help cheer her lonely vigil What are you doing to soothe her anxious mind -to make her smile and be content even while the ache still catches in her throat? Sh...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

….,... B /y r b t aBohC.m x it li f a: Lindenschf i CORONA, UNDERWOOD and other high grade type. writers. FOR SALE and RENT Fraternity and Social Stationery MIMEOGRAPHING and PRINTING TYPEWRITING 0. O. iVIORRILL 322 South State St. (Over Baltimore Lunch) If its anything Photo- graphic ask SWAIN l 713 East University Ave. IU. of M. RESTAURANT QuickPolite SEVCE BLENDED LIF, TOPIC OF Imagi n Y r e FIRST UNION SERICE Yoursel CHURCES COMB...…

October 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

…" L Walk- Over ALLIES GAIN HEADOWA AROUND PDELCAPELL IWArs GOING ON L~EW.-' ~ 3iI5~ t4 ~ I' _-l -- Our "De Von" Model A regular thorougbred :y .:. Comes also in Brown Rinsia, Koko Brown Siberian Calf Cordovan~- Style 939 Price $9.00 $7.00 to $9.00 -Over Boot Shop 115 S. Main Street I Students of the University of N'ichigan re invited to inspect our splendidly complete line of handsome i1 Suits and Overcoats Smart, Clever Mod...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…I ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917. [AUNCEY VICTIMS ITransports flee Submarine; "GOD SPEED", CITY .> 7 '1 C £ J O'[1T - r 11[ in C- x 1 x ", ,17 sur hi: s o le o CAUGHT LIKE RATS BI1DS78 RECRUITS Reach French Port Safely Were Asleep In Quarters When Their Cap-JisBsnsmni ae Ship Was Cut in Two by A French Port, Nov. 22.-American I out On deck, donning their life belts well Parade for Custer Transport troops arriving ...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…omen j SELECTIVE SERVICE - tion is made that we have no love or -- spirit for our country. dis. An American flag at the end of a edit- rotten movie or on a cheap novelty ews _ calls for the endorsement of all who of must have anything to do with them. cept The poorest kind of entertainment: can sail to success under our emblem of freedom. Sub- As soon as people wake up to the uP- fact that a soap-box orator can feel at home with a high-class ...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…vts.' WI sin ana. At Urbana, Minnesota vs. Illinois. At East Lansing, Syracuse vs. Michi-' gan Aggies. At Iowa City, Ames vs. Iowa.I At St. Louis, St. Louis vs. Washing-! ton. At Kalamazoo, Olivet vs. Kalama- zoo. At Hillsdale, Ypsilanti vs. Hills At Lawrence, Haskell vs. Ka IWesleyan. At Lake Forest, Northwestern lege vs. Lake Forest. At Mt. Vernon,, Grinnell vs. Co: college. At Tiffin, Muskingum vs. Ile berg. At Cleveland, Hiram vs. Case...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…Whit- * ISSIONER BEGVIN( G U. S. VERNIENT TO RELEASE SUPPLIES SEIZED hington, Nov. 22.--More than 00 people are starving in. Fin- and a special commiszloner i ' nge Als ate L ra Kimball * * in "The * o Key- * Lament- * * * Young * Comedy. * * "Public * Come- * * * *** * * * * * * * AN TROOPS IN EGYPT DIEMOIRATE BRETHERN ypt, Nov. 22.-One of the memorials in the world is ed in Egypt by Austrialian a tribute to their comrades fallen in Egy...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 5

…"k-op' ial Values AT and $4.50 0 ns & Co. MAIN STREET 'I Cafeteria THE NOW SERVING THE PUBLIC ss Is Paramount UIi ILn IILLUU UiniIUL I MAKE IT EfFECTIVE ENEMY ALIENS MUST BE PLACED UNDER ADDITIONAL SUP- ERVISION Washington, Nov. 22.- Department of justice officials declare that activit- ies of spies in this country cannot be curbed effectually without an amendment to the espionage law which will give the president authority to restr...…

November 23, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 46) • Page Image 6

…thing Concert Dir Albert I ay jOatS over, _ _ _ _ Difference Others on 5 Rolls 1.c 25c a. 05c ea. 90C It was a small red flag hanging in dejected half-mast sort of attitude, on the campus flag pole yesterday. He wasn't sure what it might designate, but something in its attitude and col- oring, aroused in him a.feeling of an- tagonism. He voiced his indignation to the nearest bystander, "I'd like to . find the fellow that had the nerve t...…

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