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November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…ITHE WEATHER 1PUA ATMYV ENt TV. r Sir 4:aiIlj COLDER TODAY ,ASSCIATED PRES DAY AND 'NIGHT WIRE SERVICE I VOL. XXXI. No. 44 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1920. PRICE FIVE CEN ENGINEERS MUST HAE MORE ROOM- DEAN MELCOOLEY *7&0,000 A YEAR FOR TEARS ASKED OF STATE TWO PRESENT STRUCTURES P'LANNED FOR 1,000 Inadequacy Caused by Rapid Increase in Number of Students During Last Decadie "Unless the appropriation -of $750,- 0...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY l D£aP~au~ ti11j OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the Univer- y year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper 4md the local news published therein. ntered at the postoffice at A...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…I1I VH.. UA.I J UTAI L.e A ... . I « . ,. . .. - , .. .. ., . Y .,, .e ,i . + ' , [ , . ,=.4 '' y [::/ n v. 'c _ .1 I I CONFERENCETEAMS EVENLY MATCHED Big Ten ,Standing No Criterion Judgment In Many Cases; Michigan Ranks Well for WOLVERINES SUPERIORS OF IOWA AND IND. BY COMPARISON CONFERENCE STANDING the better percentage. Northwestern follows close behind with Minnesota a bad ninth., However, the evenly matched quality of Conferenc...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

… in rI nIlI IIILUIILnl ANN ARBOR FOOD PRICES OSPECTS FAVOR SLIGHT DROP IN CERTAIN COM- ' MODITIES Prospects of a 10 -to 15 per cent op in prices on canned goods of all nds, perishables, and sugar sold to tn Arbor fraternities and boarding ruses have received a, decided im-= tus from the entrance into the local arket of a large wholesale concern,: e Gleaners Clearing House associa- n, through the agency of / the ewellyn company, a corporation o...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 5

…~UjI lINU URMILI ItIU MOST BY1453 STUDENTS POLITICAL SCIENCE INSTRUCT- ORS MAKE INVESTI- GATION Six and one-half hours each week on an average are speit by 453 stu- dents of the University in reading current newspapers and magazines. The above report has ben ascertained by political science instructors who Shave secured statements from their r clses. - Two hours is spent by students in reading the Saturday Evening Post and a little more than a...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 6

…vLL'.IL.n1 s 'I L~tA .... a v is From The, Other Colleges MINNESOTA SETS6GOAU FOR 1920 HOMECOMINGSi Texas-Only one in forty of the1 freshman class at the University of, Texas was found to be physically de- fective. This percentage was declar- ed to be low. Ohio-Students of Ohio State went3 on record as being opposed to betting on college games., Harvard- Harvard will not en'ter' the newly formed Intercollegiate Box- ing association. The...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 7

…NEDNESDAY, .~NEMBER~, 24, 1y20. I "I!,IVIt-I'..U I 1 JI-LI - The tageAT THE THEATERS CiyAe4 A N401w U LI ;*",* * AT THE WHITNEYIT Y Steve Brousalls' cigar st -EN-D Y H RSA That opera in English is 4 distinctSren$1byGogJhsnoor WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ~~~~~success and has won its way, is shown Sre 1 yGog onoclr concusivly b wht ditingishe - aJestic-Fatty Arbuckle in his urdiay night. Johnson not onl critcs f te sagehav ha tosay biggest hit, "The. Rou...…

November 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 44) • Page Image 8

…9 A I I £ViIl~rlUINIt4 i/lL I ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Volume I WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1920. Number 44 I HEILTH SERVICE GIVES SMALPOX WARNINGS s STUDENTS SHOULD REPORT FIRST SIGNS OF. SICKNESS ATI unetin to the Deans: The regular meeting of the Deans will be held in the President's Office is morning at 10 o'clock. M. L. BURTON. Dental Student : , All students enrolled in the College of Dental Surgery will be held personally respo...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…w SECTION , ONE friha t ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIG~HT ITIRE SERVICE VOL. XXXI. No. 18. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1920. PRICE FIVE CEI I I a I STRI, KE DELAED * BY BRITISH RALl LLOYD GEORGE WINS PLEA FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION WITH MINERS UNION EXECUTIVES HOLD CONFERENCES Anxiety ; Remain's Although London Papers See Hope for End of Coal Dispute BULLETIN London, Oct. 28.-The railway- men have postponed their pro- prose...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IrliauDaily. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPRR OF TH UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except "Monday during the Univer. rear by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for Aication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise ted in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mi...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…If Coffee, sandwiches, pies, light lunches of all kinds. Right prices. Sodas, sundaes. Coca Cola, all soft drinks. Kept sigh~t It's a B. & B. Red Cross-the best fountain at Hus- ton Bros.-Adv. The Sma Lookg, Popular Shoe , for CAMPUS a frd CLASS ROOM Ideal, All Round College Shoe Same High Quality as the TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOP. If youir dealer cannot supply you write us for catalog an~d price;. THOMAS H. LOGAN COMPANY Hudson, Mass. Home of Swe...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

… . _ . ILL/NI ULtftI (Continued from Page One) First Quarter Vick kicked off to Carney who ran the ball back to the 30-yard line. Hellstrom was thrown for a. 5-yard loss on an end run. Another end run resulted in -another loss for Illinois, the ball on the Illinois 23-yard line. Time out for Wieman. Wieman continues in the game. Hellstrom punts to Duke Dunne on Michigan ,35-yard line. Perrin makes one yard off right tackle. Usher adds. two mo...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

…JUIlIsln unuIU ILum UADDTSPLENTIFL EY, KIPRE AND ROCKWELL ARE MOST PROMISING PLAYERS Coach Mather, the freshman foot- ball mentor, has been placed in a plight ever since his charges have reported for practice, that would cause nost coaches to claim thue champion- ship. The coach's worry is how to use all hip backfield material. This year's supply of freshman backs is greater, and of better quality, that has been seen at Michigan for a number ...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 6

…+rrllrYl I I I I r. -. r w r-w rr.ar ,..,:.: a. +... a .., .. _... _..:, 1 OFFICIAL BULLETIN le I SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1920. Number 18 'ENIAN NOTICE All organization heads should call at the Michiganensian offlce in Press building, between 2 and 4 o'clock any day this week and sign contracts. To insure space this should be done at once. Fraternities and sororities are are requested to sign and re- turn contracts immediately. e to All F...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY FEATURE SECTION SUPPLEMENT FEATURES THEATRES MUSIC LITERARY r dda- 4XLIF,*rr A6Fgttn :43aArttj SECTION TWO VOL. XXX1. No. 18. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1920 PRICE FIVE CEN TRADITI ONS DAY FOR MICHIGAI CITY MANAGERS BEINGTAINED UNIVERSITY HAS COURSE FOR EXECUTIVES; 'SUCCESSFUL OFFICERS PRODUCED (By Robert E. Adams, Jr.) Did it ever occur to you that we have, here at Michigan, a course which trains men to become ...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

…The Screen This Week In fl Ann Arbor Galaxy of Stars 1 To Open Musical D 0SeasoOn Friday HIGHESTPOSITION Opening Concert to be Same as That (Continued from Page One) l Given Sunday Evening at Metro- [7CT . .,. a ...h (By Edwin IL. iMeiss) This week is one which should prove a delight to the movie fan, but in a review of the pictures the Majestic seems to have the edge. The other houses, however, also offer some most attractive productions...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 9

…"of ability he is given his degree and the burrough of Edgeworth a suburb °"IT.'of 1 Qis in position to accept a city mana- outside of Pittsburg, and later was H S - O U of M. Ra'. CI TYMANAGER gership. evdneoph toogns rmoed to the managership of a LEANTUESFYOURRah Asa vdneo h hruheslre iyin Penslvnioo Rah H( and possibilities of a course such as Harrison Gray Otis. upon comple- II I R'ITVi nhii Michigan! B I G H9N U this, we find that of the ...…

October 24, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 18) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY For live progressive up-to-date ad- ertising use The Michigan Daily.- dv. Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv. Read The Daily for Campus News. Michigan Daily liners bring re- lts.-Adv. I LEARN THIS "Kabola" What do we want? Kabola! What do we want? Kabola! Wee! Wee! Ah! MICHIGAN! Comedy Club Organized In 18859 Campus Dramatic Organization Promoting__University Theatre (Editor's note-This article on the Comedy club will be t...…

July 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…BELOW3p L abooo. " 10, ppin uiwvrinr AT YOUR THREE T A WEEK ,; kf .. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920 PRICE FIVE Comnmittee Hunts For Wall Coach Considering a number of men as a possible baseball coach to succeed Carl Lundgren, the Board in Control of Athletics met at a dinner last night in the Union. The qualifications of several prominent baseball men were gone over, and negotiations are now being carried on to find a m...…

July 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…PAPER OF THE SUM GRSITY OF MICHIGAN. sday, and Saturday Afternoons. Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street, Business, 960; Editorial, 2414. OFFICE HOURS: aily; 1 :30 to s5:oo Daily, except Saturday t to exceed 300 words, if signed, the signa e published in print, but as an eviden f events will be published in The Woly he Editor, if left or mailed to the office. ications will receive no consideration. eturned unless the writer encloses postag...…

July 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…1 Screen Wednesday. Arrangements and all de- tails incidental to the voyage have practically been arranged by the com- jmittee. 3I SAILSI ON , whose official appoint- lympic team depended ssfully passing a phy- ion, was given a favor- he examining physician rship on the squad be- Wednesday, when the mnittee of 'the Olympic )on him favorably. Additions Made additions to the Olym- made at this meeting. gale, University of Mis- was placed on ...…

July 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…TOURNEY NEEDED for the Union billiard! e needed, before play; iced. About four are three cushion match,, in the straight rail. ed number enter, it is lay inthe three cushion egin about the first of he straiYat rail as soon Each tournament willI week..h PRESIDENT AND MRS. BURTON I SUMMER SPOTLIGHT LEAVE FOR SUDER VACATION PROVES UNUSUAL President and Mrs. Marion L. Burton' e Jean Walace and Knight Mirrielees, loft this morning for their summ7i...…

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...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…l k Itr iwant~ aitg DAY AND NiGRI SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1917. a PRICE I I i D NIL 'USAL TO AC- CAUSES T' ARRIVES TO S U. S. OBSFERVER WOMEN G.O.P.'S TO ORGANIZE TUESDAY Organization of a women's section of the Republican club will be effect- ed at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Lane hall, officials of the men's or- ganization announced last night. For the occasion Miss Rose Moriarty of Cleveland, ...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…THE UNIVERSITY [onday during the Univer- udent Publications. IATED PRESS ly entitled to the usC for dited to it or not otherwise ws published therein. Arbor, Michigan, as second .50. Maynard street. 2414. words, if signed, the sig- int, but as an evidence of Iihed in Th eDaily at the mailed to The Daily office. o consideration. No man-. ter incloses postage. ndorse the sentiments ex- be received after 8 o'clock 'AFF 4 HARRY M. CAREY Eihibert ...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

….: ' ...f" ;y Oo ' S !!.. . F r . s 4 jy , ' 1 ' - . . e me SIN EVENTSI .' I;I 'i by Coach in Half lay Events, 100 and v PROM~ISED FROM WUST -E ENTRY Michigan's track team will inaugur-1 ate its outdoor schedule this afternoon in the Drake university relay meet. Coach Farrell has entered his men in two relay events, the half emile and mile. selecting Losch, Cook, Butler,' and Wetzel for the first event and Wheeler, Butler,-Bur...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

…WIomen ______________________ __________________________ College tes AND' OPTOMETRIST 13 SOUTH MAIN STREET I I i,. #, p. (f - A I t of f, SUNDAY DINNER MENU SOUP (Willits' Best) Wafers Lettuce Tomato Salad insh 2lock over- Roast Sirloin of Beef Brown Gravy Fricasseed Chicken wit Biscuit Creamed Potatoes t EarlyDJune Peas Dessert Cherry Pie Raisin Pie Vanila Ice Cream Tea Coffee Milk I Y 12 to 2 P. M.-Price $1.00 SHOP The W...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…I Sun., Mon., 25, 26-Nazimova in "Stronger than Death" with a Ford Weekly and comedy. Tues., Wed., 27, 28-Madlaine Traverse in "Tattlers," and Wm. Duncan in "Silent Avenger." W AKINN! Business men are hereby warned that a woman giving her name as Mary Regan is working a "con game .in this town. Be Careful We have looked up her police record and find the following in- formiation recorded: Subject-Mary Regan Age-23 Country-American Citizen Des...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 6

…p_ nllI 1T III WHA IS GOING ON! ILN I btR AULU; ____ I PR fIC ICE PENS TODAY 11 mmmmm an whose clothes have that look of being Id better you imagine it's in the cost. It's the tailoring that does it. ra Trousers ed most all our Suitings wear by buying that way. sider the extra trousers a with extra trousers. When suits cost so good investment. ors r $65.00; WITH EXTRA TROUSERS $80.00 a wonderful showing in Woolens at this figure ...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…oti an a , wt4I 6 I)AY AN) -1 FA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. PRIICE ' .', } Lff oOVER ITES EN R EN i Sphinx Will Open PRESIDENT ROAC LE PLANSWllp 2For drench Sta Wrganzation Will Be Effected OnR..-- Thursday "Book of the Marne" to Record Ca- IIF SM AN 7 .1 Supporters of the Hoover-for-Pres- Musical niationsWill Take Plat- U dent movement have started to or- form Under Direction of Mr. Collection of subscriptions...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

…Ti MICHIGAN I Mi ally -cifg OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN RUIEST ublished every morningexceptG Monday during the Univer. ear by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for lication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise ed in this paper and the local news published therein. ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbo...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

…'THE MICHIGAN DAILi I HiU I u l.u FORNINE 1 Commence Outdoor rry Field This Mrnoon EN ANNOUNCES r; 37 TO SURVIVES At 2 o'clock this afternoon Michi- g's 1920 diamond meh will trot out o lerry field for their first outdoor practice of the season. The initial ap. pearance of Lundgren's men will be marked by many new faces on the squad. The majority of the new men haye been recruitedafrom last year's freshmen ine and a few were me- bers of pr...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN Di II, ALUNNUMS URGES STU- 4 TO BE THOUGHTFUL OF L. 'he Michigan Daily: d like to put in a word for of Michigan men-the one Ales and writes poetry. Every know him by that descrip- number of years he has been :nown character, the butt of quip and joke, a loyal friend igan in his own inimitable d natured and gullible. Be- his patent idiosyncrasies, he n been taken advantage of to cial loss. Only a few months' tain unscrupulous Det...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

…ould You Too? m RUivIA WATERrun, SASEXPnL PERUVIAN WATERS, SAYS EXPLORE] V NEI( Y -H1 OUR' BOR What she thinks-let her tell you the merits of the ELECTRIC WASHER She will be pleased to tell you of her independence of laundries and wash- women-of no longer having to put up with garments half washed or torn, lost, or long mislaid, There are thous- ands of women like your neighbor, who are getting the same satisfaction from their LECTRIC W...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

… INSTALLED IN HOSPITAL the refrigeration for the hospital. It operates with carbon dioxide gas, refrigerating plant has been in- that being better adapted for use in led in the University hospital, the hospitals where tbhe smell of ammonia *k being completed late last night. would be offensive. he plant, which is one of the two r to operate in the new hospital Read the Daily for Campus News. ARE YOU FACING YESTERDAY OR TOMORROW? The problem...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 7

…TI IE MICHIGAN DAILY -The *Screen TODAY-TOMORROW Katherine McDonald' in "The Turning Point" I I ORPHEUM THEATRE 2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 Tues-Wed. 23 and' 24 - Ora Crue in "The Loot," with a Mutt and Jeff cartoon, "Pawn Brok. ers." Thurs-Fri. 25 and 26-Evelyn Greeley in "Me and- Captain Kidd," also a news and comedy. -~ ~ 'III Ii ill 1111111111111111111111111111ill ! ALICE BRADY in "For- c ever After" Fall.Ifill.I1uu 1JiI1u4IuIuIEI...…

March 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 125) • Page Image 8

…WCil CAMPAIGN e One) .ned from Pag societies which" li-ve 1 be presented to sub- theI i government at the time of the tation of the memorial, and in the museum in the base of atue in token of the amity of ro republics. In recognition ofj rvices in the, campaign, Sphinxl e given mention in this book,! ling to Registrar Hall. Committee Named Sphinx committee in charge of -ive is: Grattan L. Rourke, '21,' nan, John Henry, '21, Barry, '21, Hen...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… pgan DAT AND ~ SIR ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920. PRIC U' nr iRCE .WILL EN(TER 1LNTY TO STOP REVOLT" ENT AGENTS 4AKE ARRESTS Le, Prohtlb jon Director ii States, Secures sbciated Press) * 23. - Auexpedition of prohibition ine the peninsula was started ight. )alrymiple, Federal pro- tbr for the cent'al h -'a party of prohibi- r Iron County, Michi- uty officials have been overpowered Federal en contrabrand liquor de...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…;II " " " : was it is C UCHL nt ne. Graham or , as second The idea of having a school owned book store is by no means a new one, .It has been tried out in many colleges and has proven a great success. Case is even better situated for installing such a store than most schools. We have the large Case club building where room could be found for such a store. Freshman caps could also be sold at the *sclfool book store at cost. Each term,...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…be determined, and the diamond squads of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell and Pennsylvania may be com- pared with the Big Ten teams as well as those from the Pacific coast. The Wolverine nine of 1915 captained by the versatile George Sisler, present first sacker of the St. Louis Browns and one of the best swatsmen in the game, was chosen by a number of the leading sporting writers as the na- tional champion. During the past two e seasons the ...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

…pia. who loos- PROF. FRAYER TO SPEAK the BEFORE D. A. R. CHAPTER oim- was Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the e in- Daughters of the American Revolu- ,t 4 tion will hold its next regular meet- gym- ing at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Feb. 26. The hostess will be Mrs. pro- Frederick W. Stevens, 1245 Ferdon! the Road. this Prof. William Frayer of the History ach- department of the Unifersity will be hool the speaker, his subject being "The ng a...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

…FOR I Big S *ofE Steaks and Chops 314 S. Statej ;h Nick Arcade' (LEADERS' -AND) RESSERS 204 E. wA sNJNUON . dI-l-one6Z8. , d. _11 Suits Pressed while you wait. MAJESTIC LAST TIMES TODAY TWO BIG ONKS Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton in A TWILIGHT BABY" PARTY MANAGERS WVANT KORE EXPRESSION OF SENT. IE NT Detroit, Feb. 23.-How many poten- tial presidential nominees will seek the endorsement of Michigan's dele- gation to the national convention re-...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…IS Go l ON i trola for'\ urse ¢..., 4 , . TABLE MODELS $25 and $35 ASTER'S VOIC' ,....a S " TUESDAY 4:00--All members of Glee club meet at rear door of Hill auditorium. 4:15-Leture by J. I. Hodges on "th'e Compressibility of Liquids" at the February meeting of the Univer- sity in room 151 of the Chemnistry building. The public is invited. 7:00-Freshman band meets in Uni- versity Hall. 7:15-Overseas men will meet at Un- ion to ef...…

January 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…Il lJ VIW1 I 1 wi h r u ttl . ASSOCIATEL PRESS DAY AID N(MT 1I SERVICE .. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. PRICE THREE p { 1.41 V ... .L Y11L L'i2L . . r ..... _. _ YI U A IT LOOMS IN NKS OF PARTIY 1ER PACT FIGHT LICAN SENATORS GIVE rY NEGOTIATIONS SEVERE SETBACK - VER ULTIMATUM ON 'OSED COMPROMISE 4oloi1s Headed by Johnson of lifornia, Object to. Letting Up On Stand (By Associated Press) ington, Jan. 23.-Protest b...…

January 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…---- APER OF THE UNIVERSITY MICHIGAN g except Monday during the Univer -ontrol of Student Publications. 'HE ASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use for spatches credited to it or not otherwise the local news published therein. :e at Ann Arbor. Michigan, as second or mail, $3.50. ess building, Maynard street. Editorial, 2414. Sexceed 300 words, if signed, the sig- ppear in print, but as an kvidence of will be published in The Daily...…

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