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November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Probably rain and somewhat warmer today; tomorrow un- settled. Irv pr (t4r ft igart Dat! Editorials Faculty Members But Not Teachers .. Purpose Of Presidential Fetes.. VOL. XLV. No. 55 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Jury Exonerates Samuel InsullAnd 16 Co-Defendants Acquittal Verdict Comes After Two Hours, Two Minutes Of Deliberation $100,000,000 Mail Fraud Case Closed Forner Utility Magnat...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN dents and Their Friends Of College IAge: ^ 4:00 p.m. -The World Friend- ship Circle will meet. The group _ is especially anxious for foreign as well as American friends to be present tostell of the scenicdbeauties of their lands. Robert Johnson and will Robert Sanford are in charge of the meeting. 6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild Wor- I ship Service: "What Religion Might Do At Michiga...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 3

…1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE .A- PAGE LATE WIRE NEWS ent students. 8:30 p.m.-Lecture by Mrs. Sel- lars on "Socialism, Realism, and Sov- iet Literature." Students Concentrating in Sociolo- gy are invited to attend a tea spon- sored by Alpha Kappa Delta and the Sociology Department from 4 to 6 o'clock at the League. Please con- sult the League Bulletin Board for the room. slides. All civil engineering students are invited to see the slid...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1934 . ,a . .. . THE MICHIGAN DAILY i F ._... .. .. - fi 4 Ni Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session - by the Board in Controli"of 'St~udent Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER Associated ( Ifginte MS55 1934 1 4nigg j 35 AxsN ASCOP9Ss --EMBER, OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The, ...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 5

….Y NOVEMBER 25, 1,934 THE MICHIGA N D AILY Indiana Spills Boilermakers To Give Gophers Undispute dTitle Hoosiers Keep Lead To Crush Purdue, 17 To 6 Minnesota Is Untroubled In Downing Wisconsin, 34-0, Before-38,000 Illinois Wins, 6 to 0I Ohio State Romps Over Iowa To Win, 40 To 7; Holds Second Place LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 24 --P)- An Indiana University football team that struck with bewildering swift- ness in the second period buried Pur- du...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 6

…THE, MICH I CIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, Engagement Is Powder Shades In Announced At Lavender, Green Latest For Evening Powders are the most important factor in one's choice of cosmetics.1 Gift Shower Is Given For Dull, drab complexions, the direct Miss Elizabeth Covert result of an incorrect powder shade,i Aso often needlessly appear. In by-? And Wilam Hesler nn ff _ T --- -M 7 Russian Turban And Lapin-Trimmed Suits Are Smart Plans A...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 7

…1934 TlHE MICHIGAN DAILY__ Vandenbergs Sail For Bermuda Play At Annual Theta Xi Dance Many Faculty Members Invited To Pledge Formal To Be Held At League Nate Frye' and his orchestra have been selected to play for the annua: pledge formal of Theta Xi fraternity to be held Dec. 7, in the League, ac- cording to an announcement made recently by Robert Reed-Hill, '36E, general chairman. Arrangements are being made by a committee composed of Nelso...…

November 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 55) • Page Image 8

…E EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1934 Counted Out -? Play-By-Play Account Of Northwestern's Victory 40, Ir According to Dr. T. Luther Pur- dom, director of the Appointments Bureau, the tremendous increase in the number of graduates placed this year is attributed to the fact that there has been a greater demand all over the country for teacher replace- ments and to the increased efficiency of the Bureau through the buildin...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…1' The Weather Mostly cloudy, cooler in west, probably showers today; tomor- row generally fair and cool. C, 4r &i t igaA6 - aht~l~mtk Editorials Merit Points And Merit .. . Manufacturing In Michigan.. . VOL. XLV. No. 28 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Mrs. Owen Wi* 111Seak Minister To Denmark Will Open 1934-35 Oratorical Association Series Speaks Here Charles Rogers To Iltroduce Speaker Near Capacit...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…v PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN h h U D.554 JM .'4A .74 .' R ...AALY ___...... _.. .... a as ".i 1VA A. 1 XA a R to L u La a L A. DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publicatlon in the Bullet n is constructive notice to all members of the 'University; Copy rcc iv t the office of the Assistant to the President until 330; 11:30 a m.bauLuay. S.C.A. Cabinet Forms Policies F or Semester i I 9 .9 9 MUSIC II TI [JRSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 VOL. XLV No. 27 Not...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MADISON, Oct. 24-The pinnacles SOU R eOS turday's Ga e of fame are insecure, even to football captains. Jack Bender, Wisconsin Notre captain, has been demoted and Mario IBud Bo PAGE THREE Si1 QAT ER 'rIIIACK OUT TH BEND, Oct. 24- Wally rt temporarily has won the Dame quarterback job from nar. last year's regular. and Team Drills On Stopping Aerial Attack Of Illini Regeczi Expected To Do Most Of T...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 __ EDITORIAL STAFF MANAINGTelephone 4925 MANAGING EDITOR ... .....WILLIAM G. FERRIS CITY EDITOR .........................JOHN HEALEY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR............RALPH G. COULTER SPORTS EDITOR................ARTHUR CARSTENS WOMEN'S EDITOR .....................ELEANOR BLUM NIGHT EDITORS: Paul J. Elliott, John J. Flaherty, Thomas' E. Groehn, Thomas H. Kleene, David G. Macdonald, John M. O'Connel...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 THE M ICHIGAN DAILY . ............ . ....... ... . . . . . ...... Prof M. Elliott Announced As Guest Speaker coins Unearthed In ExpeditionI Necessitate Careful Cleaning ,League Council Entertained By tees included Kathleen Carpenter, chairman of Judiciary Council, Sue Mahler, chairman of the House Com- mittee, Ann Osborne, Social chair- man, Margaret Phalan, publicity, Sue Calcutt, Theatre and Arts, Marie Mtz ...…

October 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHMAN DAILY PAGE SIXTHE-MICHGAN-DAIL Bishop Speaks On University Radio Series' +-TH E SCREEN + Members Of Forestry School Return From TVA Meeting Dean S. T. Dana and Prof. W. FI work has already been performed by Ramsdell of the School of Forestry the numerous CCC camps in the ter- -,Rmmop- -"Iqmmmp- 11 441W - 1 jI AT THE WHITNEY BASE TYPE -- GUARANTEED ALARM CLOCK Dependable Time-keepers. Beautifully firished in Copp...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair in south, increasing cloudiness in north, slightly warmer; tomorrow showers. C, . r igan ~Iait1g Editorials Finis To The Pot Tradition. The Hunting Season ... Unfinished Business .., VOL. XLV. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Total Enrollment p Is Increased More Than 1 By 100 (9,> Forestry School Leads All Other Departments With 61.1 Per Cent Increase Decrease In Two Schools I...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIG AN D A ILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25, 1934 --- - , Important Locations About New York In Lindbergh Kidnaping Case -RANSOM ZONE - O w 1ERE MONEY - WAS PAID AND Z ¢ y t FOUNM : r" AUPTMANN P T FUN AIO " Q? * SPN HR O N NEY PAID- f/ EAST ST R tltf C ESTER .: C R GREENwtCW AVE . AY oc sAi -- W14ERE. SOLUTION C - , OF CRIME OF THE 2 * SENTURZY WAS GOLD CERTIFICATE °- ANNOUNC50 C SPENT HERE - I ERE MAR. 1,1932. 1~ODY FOUND WERE CT :.::......…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAI LY ..N I .III uIII IIIII IIIIEM IIII $ $ III dn . ..,. . .; ,, n, _ .: f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR RENT - APARTMENTS APARTMENT, upper floor: Four rooms, bath, gas stove, electric re- frigeration. Furnace, garage. 514 Pauline Blvd. SOUTHEAST LOCATION. Furnished apartment for two or three men. First floor of private home. Phone 3768. LARGE FRONT room and suite. Fine for upperclassmen or instructor, 802 Oakland, Ph...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY a rushee to inquire into the financial condition of a house. The better houses will acquaint rushees with this data without being asked. Much has been said about this or that fraternity being the "best" on the campus because it has a lot of men in activities, or because it ranks high in scholarship. There are absolutely no "best" fraternities on this campus. The best frat...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Summer Sport Classes Have Wide Following Summer school sport classes in spite of the excessive heat attracted 500 women this year. The enrollment is voluntary. Swimming proved by far the most popular of the outdoor sports. Classes were held in the eve- ning in the Union pool and weekly picnics were held at Barton pond. Summer school physical education classes differed from those of the regula...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE MIC-111GAN-D"AILY TUESDA'Y', SEPY THE MIChIGAN DAILY TPESflAY, s~p~ Student-Faculty And Activities Mixers Attract Many Men t." - i Scare More than 700 freshman men were present at each of the two assemblies held Thursday and Friday night at the Union in connection with the an-j nual Orientation Week program.- Thursday night the new students met for a faculty-student assembly, and then the following day assembled for the activities mi...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 THE -MICHIGAN D A ILY Tigers Clinch Pennant While Idle As Boston Merena Allows New York Four Hits In 5-0 Win Is N o w Mathematically Impossible For Tigers To Drop Flag Errors, Walks Lose 'Babe' Ruth Plays Final Game In New York As As YankeeRegular NEW YORK, Sept. 24. - (P) - The Detroit Tigers today became cham- pions of the American League. Bucky Harris' Red Sox definitely eliminated the New York Yankees fr...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THLE MTCHIGAN DAITY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 Will III ~i i '-Li $wL~a/lla IV) r r 11 U AI m Ad l 547.549 East University Ave., OppositeEngfineering Arch FO R ALL D 2 P ART M 2 N.T S A C 0 M PL ET E S TO C K 0 F USED AND NEW Ir TBO KS LARGEST STOCK IN ANN ARBOR OF 'S BOO~iANDSUPLIES 4 U AI ' MAA V 547 -549 East University Aye, Opposite Eng~ineering Arch …

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…I Y. Y I Y 1ii Yw Member of Associated Press C, r lAWfr ~~Iai1F SECOND SECTION VOL. XLV. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 PAGE SEVEN Grid Lineup Uncertain After First Scrimmage A - 'tJ Big Ten Football Teams Prepare For Conference Wars C}--- Minnesota Seen As One To Beat In Title Battle Gophers Will Take Field With Ten Regulars From Last Year On Team Tight Race Foreseen Michigan, Illinois, And Purdue ...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…______________THE MICHIGAN DAILY [r~A To Presenit . .. .. ... ... ...... . pen Hockey Planu To Feature~ I A thletic SupO iso 6r, 'I- SortDrn Rushing Season ~Open hockey for the first few weeks of the fall is planned by the Wom- en's Athletic Association to keep up intere-t during the early sorority rushing. Since there is little time lef't for sport, andl itis :almost impossible for a. house to make up a team for competition~ in tou...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…ER 25, 14 THE M C ICIIGAN D A LY 1 Fall Sports WillUsherhIn New I-M Year Competitioin Will Include Five Classes; All-Campus Tourneys Approaching The fall athletic program of the Intramural department will again take on an all inclusive aspect with the announcement by Earl Riskey, director, that a thirty-two sport pro- gram similar to that of last year, will be continued. The competition will fall into five divisions, as in prev- ious years. ...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…LGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEBDA sororities Enter Upon Extensive Rushing Season, Entertainin Y, SEPTEMBER 25, 1934 Daily Welcomes Students In greeting the foreign students' Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counsellor. to Foreign Students, and the Uni- versity extend their welcome. The University regards them as the unoffi- cial ambassadors of the countries from which they come, and regards the courtesies extended to them as expressions of its good...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

… . A Presentation that Shows at a Glance the Paris Picture for Fall and Winter, 1934.... all at Prices that are an Invitation to Buy! FASHION ANNEX Here's a Fitting Schedule of Dresses for Classes and Daytime Wear Co-eds live in a world of their own and their fashions are as gay as they are themselves ... to be comfortable always but to be smart foremost is the co-ed's decree ... crepes . . . satins . . . wools . . . rabbits' hair .. . j...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

…T1t M IC H GAN DAILY 'weed Suits Are Featured For Campus Wear In Cool Weather bright plaid skirt and a scarf of the same figure can't be improved upon. Knit Dresses Popular Forcibly impressed on the mind of the fashion-minded person is the advent and increasing popularity of knit dresses and sweaters. The chenille wool two-piece frocks in dark colors have been selected by many women because they necessitate no care other than cleaning, and t...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 15

…25, 1931 T1' 'CH I G AN D A I LY Weleome Given To Members Of Dormitories Six: Resideies Entertain Women With Suppers; me efiiigs Follow In an effort to simplify the getting- acquainted process among large groups of girls,. the five dormitories this past week have held parties and organization meetings 'welcoming the new members of the house. The members of Betsy Barbour IHouse entertained the freshmen with a popcorn party Wednesday night. A...…

September 25, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, EPTEMI East Determined To Rise Out Of Football Cellar, Purdde Coaching Staff Works To PerfectNewBackfield Shift Columbia's Victory Stanford In Rose Begins Movement Over' Bowl (Continued from Page 7) by Minnesota. Bob Hogan and Mike Sebastia are gone from the back- field and Skladany All-America end has played his last game for Pitt. A glimmer of light appears in the clouds. Weinstock, Weisenbaugh and Captain Ha...…

July 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…Official Publication Of The Summer Session Editorials Rich America!.. VOL. XV No. 26 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS He Got His Man Temperature Reaches 105.2 Degrees As New All-Time City Heat Record Is Made _"t Prof. Howard Mumford Jones of the English department will speak to- day on "Literary Scholarship," at 5 p.m. in Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture is one of the regular sum- mer series. ...…

July 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 I U I Ma THE MICHIGAN DAILY Official Publication of the Summer Session The Theatre "WEDDING BELLS" OPENS TONIGHT IN WEATHER like this we're most pleased to learn that the fifth presentation of the Michigan Repertory Players, "Wedding Bells," is a play that exists merely for its enjoyment, there being no les- sons to be taught or problems to be solved. It's "a comedy with an interesting plot" we are to...…

July 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…25. 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. la Name Winners Of AlumniClub Scholarships 'Wedding Bells' Is Destined To Bring Gales Of Laughter Renew Grants Of Four Previous For Next Year Seventy- Holders Fifty high school students from Michigan towns will attend the Uni- versity of Michigan next. fall on the Alumni Club Scholarships, it was an- nounced today by Dr. Clarence S. Yoakum, vice-president and director of educational investigations. Final...…

July 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…PAGE OU T~ui 1fHE~ MICHiIGAIN DAILY Iw 'EDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1934 Former Hobos Now Frequent First 'Mobile Transient Car, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Fla., July 24. -P)-Two hundred wanderers, who once frequented hobo "jungles" and rode freight trains from coast to coast, are learning on the shores of a) lake near here what it means to "stay put." Ranging in age from 18 to 70, they were chosen from thousands of their kind to populate the nation's first m...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…rally fair today; scattered 's tomorrow. Cooler in ex- southeast portion today. LY A6iAu aittj Editorials Another Summer Session Opens; Your Daily Newspaper Official Publication Of The Summer Session -........... - SI I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE C Tk v. i' i T iJ l/L' 1\ 1 iJ 7 9 Of 25 ires To I League Will Be Summer Center For Campus Social Activities PRICE 1~'rVE E'~EWP~ in Today f. Preston S...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY' or Theatre Group To Give Series Of Nine Plays Repertory Players Again Under Direction Of Play Production Head (Continued from Page 1) charge of therSummer Session, as he has been for the past five years. Francis Compton, distinguished ac- tor and director, who has also starred in several of the Spring Dramatic Season productions, has been se- cured as guest director for the sea- son. He will replace Thomas Wood Stevens who...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. PAGE TM ersity I Outstandi*ng Success, Shaw Deelare, i.sts To ThI ntram1a Building, Sum e Sports C teR le s An average serving of oystersc te n a n r im r ReeasrPln s tains ten times as much iodine as Vo r In , ... - R equal amount of salmon, milk, sp ;>oy r- a chor potatoes. cie.eheInstitute Here .r , 0 !ctv earithe Ietl d c ton________ _ Northern Plansfor te Fift Annul Sum ibution of rock I mer' Educational Conference, to...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MO RE MICHIGAN DAILY cial Publication of the Summer Session serve the interests of the greatest possible num- ber of students and faculty members. Unlike conditions during the regular academic year, when students must individually purchase subscriptions to The Daily, the summer months find The Daily on the doorstep of every student and faculty member of the Session. The subscrip- tion price, greatly reduced, has been incl...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…$ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA e Is Center Of Campus Social Activities For Summer Sessi Dr. Bell Plans Varied Program Of Sports For Women Students Dr. Bell, who will teach theory to' graduate students, there will be Dr. Mabel Rugen assisting her; Miss Lau- rie Campbell, tennis and swimming; Miss Virginia Peaseley, tennis, golf, and dancing; and Miss Marie Hart- wig, golf and dancing. Miss Stewart Hanley may also instruct in golf on occasion. Many u...…

June 25, 1934 (vol. 15, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…The League -Social Headquarters For Women (I#,J IJ | Union Offers Facilities To Summer Students 9 ( I +n Dancing, the Michigan Repertory Players, reading rooms, and many other entertainment facilities - they are all offered in the Michigan League. Although only women students enrolled in the Summer Ses- sion are members of the League, use of the building is also open to men. Three University Of Michigan Camps Begin Summer Studies the camp wa...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…Sir igaz 4:Iaiii Editorials The University -Alumni Relationship Turned About VOL. XLIV No. 172 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1934 PRICE FIVE CENTS Active On Daily Efroymson has held the positions' of national advertising, contracts, and circulation managers on the bus- iness staff of The Daily during the past year. He is a niember of Druids, Alph'a Delta Sigma, honorary pro- fessional advertising society, and Ze- ta Beta Tau frater...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FIDA, Gre pater Number Of Graduates Journalist To Placed Bureau Report Reveals Print Surve CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY y y SHELDON M. ELLIS placements have been made with the there has been a substantial United States Civil Service Commis- e in the number of University sion, the Detroit Civil Service Com- tes placed in the industrial and mission, the Civil Works Administra- s world during the past four tion of Michigan, the ...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

…MAY 25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,1r STAR * * DUST . I --By ART CARSTENS- Professional hopes.. .. FOUR members of Michigan's 1933 National Championship football team have been offered professional contracts for this fall. Only one, Herm Everhardus, has signed as yet, but at least one or two of the others are virtually certain to be in there fighting for positions with the big boys when the- pro season starts. Other recipients of contract ...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 4

…T HE M I CH I AN VAIL Y FRIDAY, I IAN DAILY' ni to heed such criticisms as it will get onthe pro- jected survey. We suggest also that the sum total of results from the study will, when and if published, be of unusual value and unquestionably of more signifi- cance to an understanding of present-day educa- tion than such impressions as the recent current magazine article, "Murmuring Michigan." Screen Reflections The rating of motion picture...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Spring Parties And Dances Fill Last Week-End, Fraternities And Sororities To Hold Final Parties Before Examinations Taking advantage of the last week- End before finals, eight sororities and fraternities'are giving parties tonight. Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is planning a spring-formal dinner dance. The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hornberger, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Upton and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Butterworth. Beta Th...…

May 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAIY FRIDAY, l VAY 25, THE MICHIGAN DAJLY FRIDAY, lAY 25, Dublin-Rome Flight Halted In British Isles Engine Trouble Develops In Monoplane Half-Way Across Channel PORT TALIBOT, Wales, May 24.- (0)-A-Capt. George Pond and Lieut. Cesare Sabelli, en route from Dublin to Rome, made a forced landing at Aberavon beach near here today. Pond, who was at the controls of their great orange monoplane, said engine trouble developed as they...…

April 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair and not so cold Wednes- day. Thursday somewhat un- settled and warmer. QJ-g Akr~ga VOL. XLIV No. 146 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934 I U Em NNIMNOWN Congressional Leaders Plan Adjournment Number Of Measures Yet To Be Considered Before Doors Can Close Senate Democrats To Discuss Tariffs 10 Bills To Come Before Senate; Only 3 To Be Considered By House WASHINGTON, April 24.-(P) - With widely varying views o...…

April 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

…"'°!" THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934 VOL. XLIV No. 146 Notices Honors Convocation: The Eleventh Annual Convocation of the Univer- sity of Michigan will be held Friday, April 27,. at 11 o'clock, in Hill Audi- torium. Classes, w...…

April 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

…RIL 25, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY r' . It _ . PLAY & Normal Game BY-PLAY - By AL NEWMAN -- Wrestling.. . Paper Cups. . . ACCORDING to a dispatch from Memphis, Tenn. by the Asso-t ciated Press, "Chief Chewacki, heavy-a weight wrestler, was disqualified afterv he had wrapped a wire coat-hangerv around the head of his opponent,c Gino Garibaldi, in a wrestling matchp here. Garibaldi was declared winner. After Chewacki and Garibaldi had won one ...…

April 25, 1934 (vol. 44, iss. 146) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY I ~-- fraternity man is "compensated" for the dip in his scholastic record by the other benefits which he receives from membership in the organization, it cannot be denied that the student who gets good grades gets more out of his college life in most cases than the one who does not. The fraternity men of the junior class have a slightly lower average than the independents, but they have recovered from...…

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