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January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…I L 001- 1 1 tfr .: I VLFAA -I I OA Y L No. 88 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1922 uE SHOVV' RED TONIGHT R SPOTLIGHT '2s, WILL INTRODUCE ROUS DIALOGUE IN FIRST ACT True Russian Atmosphere Permeates Concert ~y The, Detroit Orchestra ARGE TICKET' SALE 0& CAMPUS YESTERDAY unap Emphasized in Four Act Program To Permit of Early Dismissal for Studying Variety and originality will feature he, acts which have been secured f...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 2

…West,, should not necessarily be Eing except Mondsy diWing te IWiVer. ird in Control of Stud&At eublwationaa- P OF THE ASS/aCATED PRESS Press is excluaive' etL-tied to the ns to. news die xtuhta credits-d to it or not otkervis. ar cndthe aoal news pa blished theit., postoafce at Ann Arbor, Michigan, a see d Tier mail, $3.50. r Pres building, )aynard Street. 966; Editorial, 2414. qm exceed 300 words, if signed, the sig. pear in print, but...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

…z r. r °'ti ,o e ' (2. AM TING TELEPHONE 214 F-1 FOR WORLD1 PEACE PONTIFICATE OF SEVEN AND A HALF YE ,RS PAN PARALLEL WITH WORLD WAR. I NEI I °ia1! (j f Knickers Custom Made While They Last $14.00, gbones steds Button or Buckle Cuffs DEL E. GRENNAN 14 Nickels Custom Tailor r i' r u, ,l Annual 'SRAOE WMA K R ALS UP, T CE. Shoe Sale Reduced YyPair CHOSEN LEADER FOR 300,O00,000 CATHOLICS Made Cardin-wIn May, 1914, Less...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 4

…La' PTS e r .. ., .. . " r a .. . , q " . _ " . ' " , .: , _ : v irgy, the President, and ing effect. This took place Oct. 14, the University signed a 1897. st the Corbett-Fitzsim- pe pictures at the Ath- Lost something? A Classified Ad in cause of their brutaliz- The Daily will find it for you.-Adv BE TOUR TO EUROPE JulpyAuust1 '22 K Breckenridge, Mus. B.. of Oberlin Conservatory of Mu'ic. Con-" Mrs. Howard lHuckins, i. B.. Former Presi...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 5

…'9ra I With the coming of cold weather and the recent adoption of free ice skating, the Coliseum has been a{ scene of merriment and sport. More than 250 persons, the great majority of them students, are attending the rink daily, an average which has nev- er been equalled in previous years. In addition to pleasure skating, the intra- mural department will hold innumer- able class and interfraternity hockey contests in -order to increase intere...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

…This Week' - - - 75c to S2.1EO Wed., Sat. - 50c to $1.50 gton Blvd. 1W Matinees: ni ATe. at Wazshiing BROCK PEMBERTON Presents ZONA GALE'S COMEDY SUCCESS "MISS THE SUPREME HJT OF, NEW YORK I LULU ET T" CHICAGO SEASONS t1 111!{ tttl lill'- with )LL McCOMAS ser Hale, Cati erie Calhoun Doucet, John Royce, Beth Varden, Lois Shore, Russell Vater Vaughn - Orig nal New York Cast INREASE - N MICH Seventeen Per Cent of Convicts Freed in 192...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 7

…v I should be reporte by Friday, Feb. 3. instructor Dorot Jeffreys, '4. wart in "The /Il1es' pro- Bet Nudyard Ki nefit of Cle Alma Rube s women." eik," yvith R ipling's rgy." ns in ,udolph Barry- THIS WEEK The cast and committee for the Jun- ior Girls' play will have their pictures taken at 12:15 o'clock today at the Spedding studio. All freshmen and sophomores are required to take a posture examination before the end of the semes...…

January 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

…YPLANSFO0 O IFFICIAL BULLETIN TUESDAY, JANUAMY 24, 1922 Dumber 88 11 LL Know Your Alumni ITiirrunl9 0-pI, ersity- Leetures: Professor Alfred E. Zimmern, of Oxford University, -England, will speak dnesday, Jan. 25, upon the subject "Greek Political Thought in Relation Modern Problems", and Thursday, Jan. 26, upon "The Political Frame- rk of Economic Policy". Both lectures will be given in the Natural S- o Building Auditorium at 4:15 p. m....…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…r . 4 tr tn a MA IBAT A"~1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1922 PR Ar 4tCIL ADOPTS ELECTION Ph t s MADE OUST HARVEY IN MADE kLFOUR Shows Himself poInent of ALL IN READINESS FOR ALUMNI BALL Final arrangements have been com- pleted for the All-University ball be- ing given by the Detroit alumni at the new' Graystone hotel in Detroit Mon- day night. The plan, which was )originated by the Detroit University of Michigan ...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…University thrinA. an, as second nard Street. if signed, the signa- >an evidence of faith, e Daily at the discre- Dail office. Unsigned > o manuscript will sentiments expressed .BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ......Joseph A. Bernstein P............. aul Watzel ..............J. B. Young G. P. Ovrtan M. B. Stikl .... , .,*......L. Armstrong Kern L. S. Kerr r,. X. Me "$ ......Thoraton W. Sargent. Jr. ...................George E. Sloan ..Sidney B. Coat s...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…IINO astman made and meth- approved, plus the ex- :s are guaranties of f in- our ing us your films I'SYELISf1 0,1 "°O%* EUROPE LOOKS, TO AMERICA FOR HELP Member of Philosophy Department Re- turned from Trip Abroad, Describes Situation DECLARES FRANCE'S FEAR OF GERMANY A. STUMBLING POINT "Europe is in a precarious condi- tion now and unless something is done, especially by America, to better financial and political matters, the situation w...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

…5 <. .., ;.; ............................*. *..~ ..............................* *~. .1 ibi iiLl i - ; r . .... James Whitcomb Riley spoke in U- rersity hall on Friday, March 3, 1893, he Daily reports. hing saves to be \ Ki (4 aseball Coach', Cuts Squad Into Two Equal Parts Coach Ray Fisher has divided his baseball squad into two parts in or- der that the men can get m.re hitting practice. ' With 75 men trying out for positions on...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

…ENTERS ABSIE RELAY CARNIVAL] is being offered at the University of Minnesota under Capt. W. E. Gibbons,. _I. an Annapolis graduate. Its 'object isf to train officers for the merellanft marine. About 20 have signed for the course. Yen Yost is giving a course in for all those who have not the Varsity before and who come out for spring practice. Imost 50 have reported but it oo late for others to start. e who is coming out for spring must re...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…ful UKnow Your Alumni (By Courtesy of Chimes) 1 of the Dental col-I Sunday from a ten outh. Along with a the' Carnegie Foun- 'isited several south-, purpose, according to make a survey of ion inkthis country imilar to thd medical made in 1910. This nducted all over the the interests of the on which is sponsor- have been chosen >lleges to carry on )r. Ward was one of ond trip that -Dr. or this purpose and! overed 12 southern rpose is to exanin...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…'omen's To le 7 11 I ,xclusive girls at tion of R. 0. T. nt time. e nossi- All senior girls should be measured for their caps and gowns at Mack & Co.'s before March 1 in order that they may wear them to the Junior Girls' play. ne team All houses that had candy and blue' ion with books for sale during the examination ols. weeks should turn in the money to s being Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, at once. ,w sport, lug held t of the A special meetin...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

…n CIAL LLETIN LY, FEBRUARY 24, 1929 - liber 108 Korff will speak at 4:15 this afternoon >ject will be "Russia and the Pacific."' F. in Room B, Law The public 'is in- E. ROBBINS. ges of Engineering and Architecture: 1 be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Friday, Feb. ,m. in Room 411, Engineering building. LOUIS A. HOPKINS. -up examination in History 14 will be held on Monday, Feb. Room 408, Library. NELSON VANCE RUSSELL. a 4 ...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 1

…r zi 1k raf U LDAY AND IhI -1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGANFRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1922 PRICE]FIVE 127. I ,USE BY SAPPEAR IN E ON CAMBRIDGE OPEN ITO MICHIGAN MEN Michigan men will be admitted to famous and ancient Cambridge uni- versity, England, on the same terms as students from affiliated universities,, according to a notification just re- ceived by President Marion L. Bur- ton. The privileges extended to Mich- igan students are the results of ...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 2

… te for herwise IL secondl as St"t. 'he DAi~y office. Unsigned ion. N manuscript will tage. the sentiments expressed OF ;. * . .. BRZWSTER P. CAMPBl LL .........Joseph A. Bernstein .........E. P. Lovejoy, Jr. n...........g.. G. P. Overton M. B. Stahl Paul Watzel . ......L. Armstrong Kern rfer E. R. Meiss W. litor .............'..Thornton W. Sargent, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . .... George D~. Sloan ...Sidney B. Coates ....George Reindel ....…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 3

…fl I 1 IOSFIPS OFFRED INAKRON UNITERSITY' CARPENTER, '89, 1 DIES IN PASADENA ti ur portraits which were taken n the Michiganensian office more i a week ago, were received by management yesterday., The pic- as were returned by mail so the tity of the person taking them is :nwn. is still believed that the portraits e taken without being valued at r true worth. They were hand- e portraits of FrankN W. Steketee, R. J. Dunne, '22, Paul Goebe...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 4

…. .1. . . " " . l , " c, f . 1, { . . "« K' -. 1Y IN 3 4 TOURNEY ts of the matches in the f the Union three cushion nament thus far run off, ws: A. J. Berst defeated 25 to 14; T. N. Shepard Mueller. 25 to 9; R. D. efeated E. F. Thomas, 25 Malcomson defeated G. 0. 25 to 20, and C. W. Yorke ry Byrne, 26 to 23. There ning match to be played in zed and as soon as this is second round will be run' Install Albion D Meolays Today Ann Arbor ord...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 5

…anen nond the Varsit3 of the mer a chance tc on the out L~Ll VAHIlY WILL NOTHERA FIERNOON Lundgren and Fisher have some of the best baseball material in the Con- ference the result of the first game will have an important bearing, not only on the Big Ten standing but also will vitally affect the chances of both S teams. The Suckers have been favor- ed by milder weather conditions and d have had more actual diamond work e than the Wolverines,...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 6

…61 C~ think "Clean-'up". inking "Paint-up"s Springtime iS Clean*-up, l-, U r and Paint-up time.- r, I ss moan Paint-Up Days no, Garage, Stairway, i, Fences, etc.. V : s and Linoleums need every year. C"Pan- time to have thorne good Whether you intend to paint your house, paper a few rooms, or merely intend to clean up the house and yard, the Mer- chants who, advertise on this page are ready and willing to'serve you. Get in tou...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 7

…taken at the reg- uir in place of the . Because these [ng made, it is ne- nbers of the class- apparatus examin- rehearsal for the he demonsttation of the Thursday iof next week, xaminations, those est places in each will be qualified to et. Individual as points are to be s will be admitted [ge, and others by be secured free of at the office of the :al education for IN MANILLA ON~ WAY HOME Contributions to Calcutai Magazine Stress American Ign...…

March 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 127) • Page Image 8

…""""'y real A-y. a Som --Ad in Number 127 uncil for April will be omitted. The President's room on May 8 at 4:15. &. W. BUNTING. rts, Dean's Advisory Committee: 's Advisory Committee in my office JOHN R. EFFINGER. y classes today. J. S. REEVES. I Engineers: tional Department, Westinghouse Electric m 111 Thursday and Friday of this week. ats will be limited this year." I advise stu- ployment in advan ceof graduation to cal JOHN C. PARKER....…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…-1 A I oeol Sfr i!o~an Irn1 ASSO DAY ANNIE SERVIC No. 171 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922 PRICE I -_ TNIVERSITY ASSURED OF FUN MICIANDE PI DELTA EPSILON 1P DFTINITIATES 11 MEN Ir4 Pi Delta Epsilon, national honor- GE7 ary journalistic society, initiated 11 men at the annual initiation, held last night at the Union. Prof. Morris OD GAM P. Tilley of the English department was the chief speaker at the banquet wh...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY [EWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN morning except Monday during the Wniversitl in Control o StudentPublications. R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Press inexclusivrely entitles to the usne If iews dissatches creaitedt. it or not sth*rwl er and the c ml news Publisuh therea. .ostoe at Aa Arbor, Micasls, s0e4"C" qw Saafi. to exceed; rpear in pri words, if signed, the signa- but a an evilence of faith, in The Daily at te discr...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

… 1 1 1 1 1 E N G IN E R IN G S O C IE T Y STO BAOT ON NAMES WILL CHOOSE CHAIRMEN OF COX., MITTEES TODAY AT POLLS mas g and Ouing. e practical hat for automobiling and tiff straw is easily broken as well as Panama is the coolest and most com- .t to be found, and fulfills all the re- 't and informal dress. Have your new and save the stiff straw. ai:-We have developed a pro'cess of hats just like new. x....$12 up aing stiff straws. . .. .75 ...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~-- 74, ., . , , .. . .. .. w. -. C? i . ". . ,. ,. ',: . ' -. ::' .. ' - .. W "s. ., A ., "" .: +L1 "t . . t " t c ._ /- " f ''. --l -W . . - io In IT WOR £E MEEIT PLACE TA suredly negative. The Wolverines, although boasting of several star per- f6rmers in a few events, certainly cannot boast of having a well-balanc- ed aggregation. Illinois is the favorite for the cham- pionship honors. A list of unbroken trium...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 5

…-iE MICHIC DAIL' Ninst Iowa Pitchers in om Monday Assault Th LEFORD AND WIMBLES ingG 1JOY BIG DAY AT PLATE to fo slum Ban's 10 to 9 victory over the fort ,e nine Monday afternoon aft- they otous slugfest at Iowa City moue o mark the end of the hitting for a Fisher's men have been in for on th t three weeks. Although the the1 as marked throughout by loose were and hard hitting on both sides, lect ult is gratifying to the Wol- ford foHowers wh...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Of Michigan League N. 4n- 4 1W.. 'SIT' " O M 'CIGAN LAGUE T ANN AK^Ok PONDQO'A''TE T MIcnACO Purposed University of Michigan League. ETD of' all officers for the ue for next year will a general membership League at 4 o'clock noon in Sarah Caswell/ .t this meeting the an- all League committees ud a pamphlet contain- these reports will be woman present. This ,r that such a printed en given out and the en introduced so th...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY t against the Sen- quested to send tin, 1520 South ophomores who have their posture exam- o so at their earliest sophomore women having for the sophomore movie are ed to turn them in to Marian 11 at Newberry residence im- 31y. ersons who have been selling ickets are asked to turn in the and remaining tickets immedi- Mary J. Lawson so that a re- the sales may be made. reliminaries in all sports should hed up this week if...…

May 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 171) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Y j ILY, OFFICIAL BULL ETI Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) MICHI\ NNINE DEFETS GOPHERS BY 7-0 SCURE (Continued from Page One) Roby and Elliott singled and were driven in by Knode's double. Volume 2 WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1922 Number 171 the Deans: There will be no conference of the Deans this morning. M. L. BURTON. Iversity Lecture: Professor F. H. Koch of the University of North Carolina will give ...…

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...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…I HE-tdW rA-\ 1 rLKS PROBABLY R.1I\ AND COL DER I 4 A4VA6 47 r VOL; XXXIII. No. EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922 EIGHT PAGES |2 y PRICE FIVE CE NTE-D JOURNALIS CT NERWILL SPEAK R niTOMOROW NIGHTI Aged Campaigner Miller Supporter In N. Y. Election GOV. GR OESBECK TELEGRAPHS YOST r i ISSAC F. MARCOSSON TO DELIVER LECTURE IN HILL AUD. AT 8 O'CLOCK WILL TAKE AS SUBJECT "THE CHANGING EAST"s Will Also Appear...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…approval, it was sai more definite form. until it j The execuftve c. mmittee of the IE Labor Party meet in Londo. tomor- o 'OW, to arrange its pogram, which -- will be ssued as a<manif0sto ir'm> ,4)1 in Sver11 diat ly afterward. Ldkeside 111 1 Mich gan . Ci 61T1i; IN SEARICH I CATAINC. N T N IL 0 1ciated Press) Ich., Oct. 23. - Two colmprising more than 100 men MI) oF I 1EST OYER I:OTL d arlned with every description ' LA N NTEA EST pon...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…i THE M ICHIGA-N DAILS WOMEN DBANTE WITH 01110 FOR FIRST TI fE Mornc IThhigan Girls' Glee club ill hold their fI rst rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock. Tuesday afternoon in Harbour gym- nasium. All members are requlested to attend. Teams for the women's Ohio-Michi- gan debate, which will be the first all- women debate: in the history of the university, were selected at, the final tryouts Thursday :afternoon in Uni- versity H-all. Members of th...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

… - -- -- OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAXN Published every morning except Monday- during the University year by the Board in Control of Student. Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial fold advantages to students of jour- nalism on the campus as well as toa the editors themselves. Many mo- mentous problems pertaining to and: affecting the journalistic profession will be discussed, and lectures will be given by fa...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

…1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY L HL SECOND HEALTH CONFERENCEI Missouri Woman In Congress Race; l i Langing, Oct. 23.- Discussion of three new problems, the legal back- ground of public health, the Shep- pard-Towner law and the prevention of goitre, will occupy a large share of the program for the second annual conference of health officers and pub- lic health nurses to be held here Dec. 4 to. 8 under the auspices of the Michigan Department of Hea...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN D LY wsrrr riz r 01 POO ILMO , I tal allifffluwi U mmw. x CHISAN EARNS GTORY BY GREAT PtYIviu Of ALL Bowen, Cross SCountry Leader ELEVEN ITHOUGHT TEAM'. IN MA'sY YEARS BEST playing, too, left nothing to be de- sired. Inspired Defense Again Michigan's stand against the Buck- eye attack in the third period with the Wilcemen having the ball and first 4own on the Maize and Blue 14 yard line was one of the thrilling.mo...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 7

…WIT H TEA THAT STARTLED THE WEST SHOW INE FOORTL any appreciable distance. most of the kicking for his d and 1 wge and Blue Outplays Old Celd In Gfine Replete With Thrills' '10W 11AR IN OF ONE POINT SPELLS VICTORY FOR 10WANS CNTL1t MA T~lR'S VIIAiWES 1)0 GREAT WORPK lFOLLQWING OHIO VACATION E t t 1 4. A U Battling for every inch of ground lost and in three periods of the game e-f t'I actually outplaying their opponents, ' _ ' / Zuppke...…

October 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 26) • Page Image 8

…- .--~- the al houses or at Newberry Hall before Monday evening. DOROTHY JEFFREY. I liii TIM University hall and General Library corridors between 9 and 5 o'clock. Drop boxes will also be placed for i convenience in Tappon hall, West; hall, Engineering, Natural Science, and Economic for one year. 3 I V / I IWIn5 LaWU L i the Bulletin is constructive notice to . Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:301 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922 all memb...…

November 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FALLINC TEMPERATURE TODAY Y tr at l 'FIGHTS TE naD LI EAM; I DUUN THE GOPHERS I-- - Vol. XXXIII. No. 53. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS pns _ , - -- ..._ BUTLER NAMED TO FILL VACANCY, ON SUPREME BENCH IIARI)ING SELECTS DEMOCRAT TO SUCCEEI) JUSTICE DAY, RESIGNED HAS PRACTICED LAW IN. $TP AUL S IN C E .1894 11ws Frequently Appeared in Court Arguing Many Imporiant Cases (By Associ...…

November 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…11 .0 & -.... . G,._ ate..., Statesman In Word IBattle With U S. Senators I All Play ers and Coachies Go To :yin- neapolls For, Battle Sat,, I urdny WVOIVEEINE 'WARRIORS ('ARRY "JUG." Th(WHY jyrINO CO.MBA'.1' SPANISH CLUB MEETS At the weekly meeting of Lia Socle- dad H-ispanica held last evening ~ni University hail, Norman L. Willey, of the Spanish department, who spent the past summer ;n Mexico, gave an account if his experience in tha...…

November 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…N DAIL Y DOLTS , 'TflTT' N POSTPONE CLASSES TO BE1 GIVENBY ,' Y'~ N TAPPNAN SCHOOL The Women's league party on Dec.I University classes which are reg- 1 wil~l be the scene of a veritable toy- ularly heAd in the old Tappa.n school shop, when the Y, W. C. A. gives its oan East University avenue have been cxibition of (1ol1., discontinued until Monday, due to ex This exhibition w 1; :arish an op- tensive repairs and alterations which portunzity ...…

November 24, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 53) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY__ team, which for the past three years has acquired an enviablereputation } w t.,L in games with surrounding profes-6L sional and amateur squads, without a R rink in which to practice or hold its GTYLI IC matches. Last year for want of adbet- OT UO L PIET ter place the team utilized Weinberg's Coliseum for this purpose, but even WE WENT over and stood on the this source is no longer available as n a EDITORIAL COMMENT CLA ...…

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