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June 24, 1926 • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 19 P # ttmmrr s f r A :4 IaitIk ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND1 NIGHAT 1 I SERVICE VOL. XVII. No. 6 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 PRICE FIVE CgNTS EDUiCATION SCHOOlL HISTORY I1EN BY n~uir A I fAnnrii Bach, Schumann, Wagner, In First Summer Organ Recital By W. C.L. Palmer Christian, University or-' R "ganist, opened his summer series of organ recitals last night in Hill audi- PROFESSOR POINTS OUT THAT torium ...…

June 24, 1926 • Page Image 2

… PAQE,.TWO THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 .:.: e uummcer OFi+6AL NEWSPAPER OF THR UNIVERSITY, OP MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION -11tbli-shed- every mornisng exre;,t Nlonc luring the University Summter Session .the board in Control- of Student Publi Lto~ns. The _ sgociated. Press iy_ exclusively ~ttli'tto the use for republication of all tie dispatches credited to it or not othe,w ;,fedited'in this paper and thie local news p 'K...…

June 24, 1926 • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 '28; Ray W. Nygren, '28;Herbert Obedin, '27; Roger A. Pack, '29; Charles E. Palmer, '29; William B. TAA Y I Palmer, '29. Sherwood R. Russell, '27; Reuben Segell, '29; Rodney V. Shankland, '28; Walter E. Simmons, '27; Ivan H. Sims, Literary College Has 44 With All-A '26; Charlotte Stephens, '27; Willis E. Topper, '27; Abraham M. Torgow, '27;3 leor A EgIS neering Dorothy L. Tyler, '26; Stella Wellman, (ollege IS '29; Alex...…

June 24, 1926 • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 DAILY, OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the I3ulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session until 3:30 p. M. 11:30 a. n. Saturday). Volume Vi THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 Number J Niagara, Falls Excursion: The annual excursion to Niagara Falls will leave Ann Arbor, Friday afternoon, July 9, and return Monday morning, J...…

June 24, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…,I I tt ~Iat SOCI./ X D Y AND NIGHT SERICE z .. Q ;:': - - o. -? ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1925 PRICH FIVE . C'. 1 %.0 HAM FOR WEEK IDES LECTURES ERT AND TOUR-1 As King's e. Camp Davis Starts Season With Enrollment Of Over Fifty Camp Davis, the University camp Among recent improvements at the for civil engineers opened last week camp are included a comylete kitchen with an enrollment of over 50 stu- outfit inc...…

June 24, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…WSPAPER OF THE OF MICHIGAN 1 R SESSION morning xceit Monday, city Summer Session by trol of Student Publica- interest in archaeological lore is con- it is the state universities of the mid-I cerned, to any of the older Eastern dle west and the west that have been universities, who claim almost a mon- the leaders in finding room for the opoly on cultural interests. women. This University is as cultural in every way, with the possible excep- ti...…

June 24, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…D-TO RENT jTY GOLF CLUB ier'- membership only $15.00- n for girls at 905 Church 38. NT- Rooms- Best in A one block from campus. 4 mly-for men or women gra ,udents. Piano, private bat ousekeeping privileges if d reasonable. Phone 22151 T Laundring wanted. Pho furnished suite and doub $2.50 each. Also one lar room, $2.00 each. Two bloc he Union, 555 S. Divisio of Packard. [S in private home. C. ESIRABLE apartment f four. Cheap rate. Inqui ...…

June 24, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…OFFICIAL BULLETIN lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session 1 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). me V WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1925 Number 185 | egents Action: The attention of all concerned is called to the following actlion taken y the Regents at the annual meeting of the Board, June 12. Resolved, That Professor Edmund E. Day, Dean of the School of Bus- ness...…

June 24, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER CONTINUED FAIR TODAY 94It O'ummtr t ri!3au 4:D a tl ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XV. No. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, :TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1924 PRICE FIVE CENTS REGISTRATION SLOW FOR SUMMER DEMOCRATS OPEN CONVENTION IN NEW YORK TODAY DELEGATES SHOW INDECISION IN TONE OF CAUCUSES HELD MCADOO, SMITH LEADING IN DELEGATE STRENGTH Deadlock Looms As String Rivalry Threatens Leaders' Places On Ballot New York,...…

June 24, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1924 I OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN f SUMMER SESSION Published every morning except Monday during the sunmmier session. Member of the Associated Press. The As- sociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatchesj credited to it or not otherwise credited inl this paper and the local news publishedthere- in.f Eutered at the postoffi...…

June 24, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREM 1: .i AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING P.Y. Charlotte, Mich., June 23.-Because of an unusually light criminal calen- dar, and the fact that farmers are very busy, Circuit Judge R. R. Mc- Peek did not call the jury today for the June term of court. The jurors will be called in the fall. Prof. Ermeline A. Mercado, of the Romance language department, and Mrs. Mercado, announce the birth of...…

June 24, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUI 24, 1924 DAILY OFFICIAL /BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the A.sietant to the President until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays Volume 4 TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1924 Number 184 College of Engineering, Mathematics 3. Section II: This class will meet in room 11, East Hall. instead of room 36. H. L. OLSON. E. M. 2A and E. M. 5: Meet ...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIR, CONTINUED WARM T4 #'ummtr VOL. XIII, No. 4 ~~~~~ANNABR IHIA AUDYJN 412 iaIliI ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE 4ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 241922PRICE FIVE CEN Emil I hia iiiE' I iUE air 3-nr a * ..- I III I IIIIIIIIIINEn gas I u ......L. n --- /-v __ w- T 77 T? f ------ - - lULL VHUbRIY U SUMME'R LCTURES NOIAI COMPLETE'D MANY ADDRESSES BY PROMINENT AUTHORITIES WILL BE GIVEN PRES. BURTON TO TALK '...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY t r uctosx "d i + 3 uilg ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Summer on by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rhe Associated Press is exclusively entitleto the use for re- cation of all news dispatches credited to it or otherwise ted in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered a...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY ~~~PAGEI TU . CampDavis Notes (By Summer Daily Correspondent) Camp Davis is located at Douglas, Cheboygan county, Michigan. Course 4 in surveying for engineering stu- dents is taught here during the sum- mer, the enrollment being divided into two groups, each group being in at- tendance half of the summer session. Professor C. T. Johnson is director of the camp this year.. The work at the camp includes courses in az...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…TF i MICHIGAN DAILY TI I MICHIGAN DAILY SOR TRVEBLOOD TO URE ON WESTERN T Thomas C. Trueblood, he ic speaking department eblood will spend the sur rnia and Colorado. Prof d has ben engaged to giv and lecture-recitals at sessions of several stat s enroute and will spend our days at each of the ited, POUR ad of ,and mmer essor e five the .e in- from col- "write" gift. A box of station- om .O. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels' e.-Adv. r's Pen Shops...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…,,rIIHL U iII IiJ. Y f MEET! eral more were picked up in the aft- ernoon. The Michigan team was made up of Winters, captain, Loeb, Smith, 'and Slaughter, the latter substituting for Steketee, the regular member of the team but who could not go to the meet because of graduation. Hart- man and Ford were the stars of the Chicago team and were largely re- sponsible for their team's victory. SEMI - FINALS; [FIES, OTHER FAIL on the following day...…

June 24, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATI Of The Day eign Office going over the reply to America regarding cost of the ArmyW on the Rhine. Y. A Ai* J CONVENTION IN DETROIT Rice, dells Greet Returning Groom Belfast, June 23. - Figary House, Fahan, North Donegal, the property of Sir John McFarland, has been seiz- ed by Republicans Mexico City, June 23.- The Raza says Gen. Salvador, a/ follower of Gen. Pablo Gonzales, has started a revolution in the sta...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…elr in I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920. LESIDENT HUTCHINS ADVOCATES ENDOWMENTS FOR STATE SCHOOLS ING son' the Con- the Endowments for state universities were advocated by President Harry B. Hutchins in, his farewell address be- ,fore the Alumni association meeting Wednesday morning. The impossi- bility to secure funds from the state at times and the necessity to keep up with- the procession in education, were given as re...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLV 1 «_. -. IF, StUMMEIR C1100t15. treet. lock daily, except o o'clock ed, the signatures s an evidence of n The Wolverine o the office. n sideration. No closes postage. he sentiments e - .Managing Editor Business Manager I I ,I MEN MAY COME AND GO, BUT- Hundreds of alumni from classes which were graduated as far back as 1864 have returned to Ann Arbor for reunions. They have come to see again the campus, which they were on for ye...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…with life and shall be all aglow with a passion for service. The great war SUUthrough which we have just lived has thrown doubt upon every answer to the permanent problems of organized society. You must face this universal e mind challenge. Everything is questioned. sidered All of the ordinary ideas and beliefs of not an man are being re-examined, re-formu- i think- lated or abandoned. A deep tone of eaning disrespect runs all through American...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…_IV IJ ,41111t..... ,, Not one error was made by either team in the encounter, both aggrega- tions doing perfect work in th~e field. Several pretty "plays were made, two of whichi by Michigan cut off probable scores. A wonderful scoop of Makin's ,grounder in the first inning by Van Boven made the third out, and kept California from scoring a man, who was on third. By making a shoestring stope of Works' single in the sixth inning, Per- rin tied...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

….;... _i "Duke" Dunne has also entered in this event, and although. he has not been o~fficially credited with anything better thtn 150 feet, he tossed the ,javelin 1850 feet in 'the Conference meet and stepped over the line. As he has been working out daily in this event, hie may yet throw the weed t~hat ~far officially. Dunne has the build of a javeli thrower, and shows promise of becoming a wonder. Landowski, a freshman, will' also compete ...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…nic elms which o'er us bend ene their sh'elter lend, eir heights through years looked down the classes leave Ann Arbor Town. irst montha of Tappan's sway, h the years to Hutchins' day, , ithin that span, by mind of any man, ssembled on this lawn, ith-and then was gone. CiL[ONDIAIS DEFEAT { MICHIGANNINE.9 B LY (Continued from Page 1) runs, but he, himself, was -unable to score, as Works went out, second to first. Bruins Stop Scoring In the nex...…

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