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June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…75th Anniversary Souvenir Edition ;sues Wednesday hursday Mornings AML c h-it alm 9 Daily e Late: nn!, 1. XXII, EXTRA. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912. .._._ . i IL NATIONS * _ * * * * * * -* ACADEMIC PROCE 8:30 A. M. SSION MAKE UNION SHOW A HI T S EVERLASTING," A TALE OF E PERPETUAL WIDOW, SCOR- THE SUCCESS OF THE AFTER. ON; MUSICAL ACTS GREAT. X"AND"FREDDIE" BACK olitan Club Entertains Jiii Jitsu, Fencing and...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…ry Souvenir Edition T, gan Dai ANN LN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912. 1 1l * * ON * * ental; * tarma- * dical; * ry; 8. * Eonor * * e. * Bldg., * VIE I IVI1 I1Vu. I Uw1 U BRILLIANT AFFAIR Music Written for Occasion; Extensive Decorations and Programs Feature Dance. NOTABLES IN RECEIVING LINE. Michigan's gymnasia were trans- formed last night into a gay scene of rhythmically swaying forms, set off SOCIETIES PARADE IN GAUDY ATTIRE * * * * ...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…HE MIC A.IL ri rrl i m . Irrnr i . 'I p PE THE MICHIGAN DAILY. The official newspaper of the Universi- ty of Michigan. Walter K. Towers, Managing Editor. Rom Dilley, Business Manager. I and is Photographer Alumni ir Campus Pictures at e Campus Store ores of all Campus Buildings s for sale. al Cards. nks for Rent. uing and Developing. ce for Your Purchase st off State Street AST LIBERTY 1q ar Ye, Students A New Theatre for the OLD...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…HE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY. accomplished at through the pers if tho T~nivp i t no expense sonal influence 0f lie n u ersi -I ty of Michigan. alter K. Towers, Managing Editor. Rom Dilley, Business Manager. and THE WOLVERINE. at The official newspaper of the Summer School. Robert Gillett, Managing Editor. John H. Payne, Business Manager. The commemoration week editions are edited and managed by the combined staffs of the two papers. This ed...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…WNI ADVISORY COUNCIL HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING ts Graduate Members for Un- cty Toggery shop, ISeletc Ion Board of Di. 11 rectors. Delegates from the various Alumni Lion Cellars Esco IHosiery Caps, Hats Ties, Gloves All Gents Accessoris All Full Dress Necessities ATTENTIONr TO ALUMNI 1107 So tth vilversity E. J. Lohr, Prop. Associations to the Advisory Council met in executive session yesterday af- ternoon. President H. B. Hutchins ad...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…M I( iGAN AILY ML AlLY ALUMNI ADVISORY COUNCIL HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING Selects Graduate Members for Un. ion Board of Di- rectors. Delegates from the various Alumni Associations to the Advisory Council met in executive session yesterday af- ternoon. President H. B. Hutchins ad- dressed the meeting on "The Organiza-J tion of the Alumni." Five members were elected to the Board of Directors of the Michigan Union under the provisions of the new...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…TH RM I 7AN DAILY THE.M. _.DAIL Maynard Street Across from Majestic ALL CLASSES IN GUARD OFA HONOR WOThe Guard of Honor composed of University of Michigan students which is to escore President Emeritus An- gell, President Hutchins, the alumni, Yellow and Blue Varsity Victors "I Kind o' Like Ann Arbor" College Opera Songs S eventy-fifth Anniversary South State Street you stop and rest and hear the college songs olid days. Also the lates...…

June 26, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…he Guard of Honor composed of versity of Michigan students which to escore President Emeritus An- L, President Hutchins, the alumni, . the various representatives from er universities, will form on State et this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. 'he seniors wearing their caps and ins and lined up according to the er followed in the "swingout" will e their places and form a line on h sides of the street. The senior will assemble in front of the Mich- ...…

June 26, 1913 (vol. 4, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…AT YOUR DOOR THREE THE ONLY OFFICIAL EVENINGS A WEEK, 75 SUMMER PUBLICATION No. 2 Vol IV. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913. STAR WOLVERINE SOUTHPAW LOSES HIS FIRST GAME Poor Baserunning on Part of Michigan Helps Pennsy to Win 1 to 0) IMLAY PITCHES GOOD GAME. The Fates frowned hard upon George Sisler yesterday and although the stellar Wolverine southpaw pitch- ed as good, if not better, ball than his worthy rival, Captain Imlay...…

June 26, 1913 (vol. 4, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE 1 TRY T R U BE Y'S ICE CREAM Also Martha Washington and Crane's Candies 116 S. Main St. Phone 166 UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR Special Summer Session June 30-August 22 All Branches ofM Pusic For Catalogue or Information, call at office, or address CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary Capital, $oo,ooo.oo Surplas, $So.oa.oo Undaived Profits, $a,000. 00 THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK ANN ARBOR, MICH. safe Bankingand C...…

June 26, 1913 (vol. 4, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE15NVW 0LVVE51I NE5 UN 1IVE SITY V ENUE IAR ACY ^ .U1'NG .WIKE lires, Cgar, Cady, fldStatsotr Agory oores Nn mmekabl19 e Mack's Tea Room . F ;: - ' , t - " , __ - , , a ., PillS.YI~tlYl'S 111 El III IA ISj (Cootiooredfromopaoe 1 IL" 1") O tiC so t,- -- r the conlimoooooo 0 has s: imAlo to he mothe1. 'Ihis os the nme- tot11 00 o r bo r Sh e o w any trroliiO orr ere o f the or r o (( - centric the- ory wh~ichr hasroso intensee ly'stimurlar...…

June 26, 1913 (vol. 4, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…TIfH WO0L VERI N E ALUMNI 1110MOM ALL ('OUNTIITIES lands, Cal.; J. 1H. Hemingway, Klanmp- The score: JOUR>NEY VlA.CK TO RtEUNIO. ton, is.; Judge L. E. Knappen, Grand PENNSYLVANIA. --- Rapids, T. E. Bliss, Cleveland, 0.; A. Martin, rf ......... 3 0 1 0)0 0 'I1wo Members nof('hiss of '7:1Ha-ve A. Birney, Washington, D. C.; Rev AGSFR II'D A I Siiis i G:. line (' lass Herbert Davis, Ann Arbor, W. 1ll. Cur- Coleman, It ....4 0 1 2 0 thiiFear. rer,...…

June 26, 1915 (vol. 6, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…TIMES A WEEK, 75o SUMMER NEWSPAPER Vol. VL. No. 2. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915. 1001 CEI OEGBEES Board of Regents Presents Honorary Degrees to 13 Noted Persons DIC AIHLIIC 1010 Star ilurler's Graduation Leaves Big Hole in Michigan's Big Triumvirate Hearts of Stone, or, You Can't Always Kid Them into It--.-- A steady drizzle was fallinge. The Twice he took shzort runnsing jumps chill dank of a Michigan June twilight head...…

June 26, 1915 (vol. 6, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE IT HE W 0 L V E I N E 2 numbers, depends upon you, the ______________________________audience. MajeticThe tre he ffiial tudnt ewspperfor Yet we promise that if loyalty to the nivrsiy o Miciga sumercampoa iotitution, faithfulness to Biggest and Best Photo Plays session Published by the students on fodughtnd theinntessho woTheWouver Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday a- inc puts on will be an interesting little Matinee 3 P. M. fenoons...…

June 26, 1915 (vol. 6, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE We charge you Amateur Photographers' Headquarters for Kodaks, Films and Finishing nothing foir devel- in Ann Arbor is at PRINTS ON oping roll films if L Y N DO N' , 711 Nornub University Av nVELOX II you can find a L j1 D0 79 Od nierit Avenue (the best paper made) single defect (Two doors from Hill Auditorium) Established 1905, and growing bigger every day Made to your measure Palm Beach The Summer Comfort Cloth In a variety o...…

June 26, 1915 (vol. 6, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE WOLVERINE BE CAREFUL! You "don't take chances" when you COME OVER TO where you eat, for these are EAT AT OR EN'S OR EN'S CAFETERIA days. You inspect everything before you buy it CAFETERIA rim, amazoo; Marion Hall, '15, mathema- Anti-Greek Letter Law Constitutional ties, Lansing; Etta Craig, '15, English, Mississippi's anti-Greek letter law, Champion; Mary Tunison, '15, English, excluding all persons from state T p~gl [S Harrisburg, Ill.; ...…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…I oee 11 r iuz rinr AT YOU THREE -1 4 A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, ThURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919 PRICE THREE C ___._ r TALKS hIENCE AT'IM Eld G IN COMMEMORATION ARTICIPATION IN WORLD WAR HUTCHINS DES SPEAKERS harp, ex-Ambassador to France, oe of Men on Program In Hill Auditorium r addresses characterized by :e of Victory and dealing large- h the war and Michigan's part six speakers made the Victory i mass meeting held Wednes- 1 Hill au...…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE OLVERINE 0 ner'in OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE SUMMER SESSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second-class matter Subscription by carrier or mail, $1.oo Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building, Maynard Street Phones: Business-96; Editorial-2414 e Hours: Managing Editor-:o o to ':oo o'clock. daily except Saturday; Business Manager-i x:...…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…)LVERI] L ..a .RARY CLASS POEM 3 OF THE HARDER WAY" (By H. C. L. JACKSON) Bearded and grey the Old Knight spoke, He leaned upon his sword, But 'neath his brow the lightning woke, To flash with every word: The Youth stood straight and tall and clean, With sunshine in his hair, His garments, bright against the green,q That filled the country fair.1 Behind the Knight, a mighty crag sloped ever up and on, And, far above, a tiny flag was limned...…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE WOLVERINE i Sportsmen- Athletes--Everybody! You will find 4&ewCa O 1MORLD CONDITIONS ABE STILL CRITICAL --PRESIDENT THOMPSON. "The world is war weary, not only because of the methods of war and of its burdens, but because of its futil- ity. At this very moment the world is in a situation almost as critical as it was 12 months ago, when, as we all know, the fate of civilization seem- ed to be in the balances. All the selfish and ugly ...…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…THE WOLVERINE AT THE ThEATERS That University of Michigan stu- dents may represent the state at the .ational rifle matches to be held at Caldwell, N, J. in August appears pos- ible. Of six riflemen who have competed at the state rifle range south of the ity for places on the state rifle team, ve are students. In the order of ighest scores made, these men are: H. D. Vogt, '21E, D. Kaufman, J. D. Lowry, '20E, G. R. Strimbeck, Jr., '22E, and R....…

June 26, 1919 (vol. 10, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…0 :j .. . ... . ...... _ _ ....,...: _.. . _ .... ... .:... ,,,, ,.,., _... ,; _ . ., . i,,,. ,....:.., finding a place that counted per cent of the drafted men. Chance for Every Man for 98 I ALUMNI ontinued fron Page One) nust make itself responsible for ach and every student, his bod- lition, for example, just as di- as his mental. It is a signifi- ct for those of us who are in- . in the welfare of college boys 1s, that the United S...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…O e lnturin AT THREE T A WEEK a * ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920. PRICE TH ..a Camp Davis Has Wig A ttendaknce Larger attendance at the Davis engi- neering camp is anticipated this year than has been the case at any time since the outbreak of the war. Nearly 100 men will take the work. Last sum- mer only about two-thirds that num- ber were enrolled. Prof. C. T. Johnston, director of the camp, left Ann Arbor Wednesday ev...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…1 I L Y\ ' i/ " L 1 < 1 1 R OF THE SUMMER 'Y OF MICHIGAN. , Saturday Afternoons. ng; Maynard Street. ditorial, 2414. D2 :oo o'clock daily, except co to 2 :oo o'clock day. ds, if signed, the signatures t, but as an evidence of blished in The Wolverine r mailed to the office.e re no consideration. No writer encloses postage. indors the sentiments ex- cials, it has been made possible to continue this cus- tom. The Union has provided for the c...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…ie And Lundgren Leave in St. Louis NationaJ Team 'oteges to Chi- or Interna- Meet WEEK L with his seven pro- npeting in the Olym- fternoon, left for Chi- lay morning. On ar- Ady City the men put and went out to give over. ist week Michigan's :wing just light work- time have they tried Steve just let them o keep in shape, but go the limit, for fear >uld go stale in the as Competition gave hard competitionI ip, if he has to com- have Sol But...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…ps WOMEN POWER FOR GOOD, SAYS LEADER To Eat U THE ted Press) e 26.-Ripe olive * to favor. It i hem, according t . The appetizin -eason of a few in ect packing, wa rary disfavor al .tes, has been offi place at the tabl breath a sigh o atally, the bacillu organism respon olive's undeserve has been utterly d, and henceforth the depart king publi nvestigation of cases o ing of ripe ras not due 1 they were es of inade e chemists as possible e ...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…E WOLV * 4. 1i The Screen ground will be added next year for the use t will be located north ckey field and parallel' in objective toward aof the Women's Ath- are now aiming is the w e , house. rs of the present ation, number- acluding in its ennis and all is hard to re- 'actically noth- /lichigan along women. doubtless feel ihim had been hey knew that not being again reorganized until 1915. Since that time'its membership has in- creas...…

June 26, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE WOLVERINE- SESSION ID BREAKING REC ae 26.-It has been an- .o that British and Jap- in conference ateLon- ed to revise the entire treaty in order to m with the League of at and to meet the in- iation the treaty has .ng to cable advices to i, Japanese language 1 to complete the re- Ambassador Chinda for Japan and to hav'e signatures before the s visits Japan in the the advice added. mission will be charged. (Univer- 11111WL Bsity Hall.) ...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… lu It~ AT YOUR THREE T A WEEK I r"- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1921. PRICEFI S RETURN FALLS TRIP The 54 members of the excursion f 1 party to Niagara Falls, under the di- T rection of Prof. I. D. Scott and Prof. K. C. McMurry, Af the geology de- partment, returned Monday morning to Ann Arbor. The members of the party left Ann ON Arbor Friday afternoon and went to Detroit via the Michigan Central. At Detroit they immedi...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 2

…VJi )I <A 3 T Is. must be extremely shocking to the purist and the stickler for correctness of speech. Something is lacking in the education of the col- lege graduate who has not learned to speak his moth- er tongue clearly, correctly, and with distinctness. Certainly, we who are here fitting ourselves for busi- ness or for one of the professions, including that of teaching, should take some pains to get away from the barely understandabl...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…shed by the present day athletes. dock, of the University of South- California, has tied the world rec- in the 100 yard dash, and has ped off 2-5 of a second in the yard run. Thompson, of Dart- ith, did the supposedly impossible n he covered the 120 yard hur- in 14 2-5 seconds and broke the )rd set by Bob Simpson of Mis- ri. The new records are proof t the track n'en of today are im- vin'g with the steady training they eive in the well equippe...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

…JUUb. OF UINNE, ARBGR,. DIES; embers of previous ill be that of Rob- who will sing a >wn songs and will y a Hawaiian or- ril The program will be opened by 2?, Howard Ramsay, '21E, in a Scotch ng, monologue. His impersonations, par- en ticularly of Harry Lauder, have al- al-, ways been well received in campus eir entertainments. of The second act will be that of Max by Jaslowv, whose dramatic skit will be accompanied bla Margaret Gratton, '2...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…4t1 F i C AbF . :43 1.: DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE .. . n. No. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1923 PRICE 500. ARE REGISTERED As SESSION UPE ASINSULIN' FND, PHILANTROPHIST DONATES MON- EY FOR STUDY OF NEW DIABETES CURE WILL OPEN NEW FIELD OF MEDICINE HERE Cabot Enthusiastic Over Gift; Says Possibilities Wide for Great Work Announcement of a gift to the Uni- versity of $10,000 by John D. Rocke- feller, Jr., for the st...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…)F4ILIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION iblshed every morning except Monday g the summer session. ember of the Associated Press. The As- ted Press is exclusively entitled to the for republication of all news dispatches ted to it or not otherwise credited 'in paper and the local news published here- iered at the postofice, Ann Arbor, tgan, as second class matter. bscription by carrier or m~ail, $1.5o. lces: Ann Arbor Pre...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…Li r Deluge Continues r S ED fWontinued rom. Page One)' sor Prayer sai, "Rather than con- demn France for her occupation ofj the Ruhr, we should pity her and, with her bemcan~ the fact that it wasl necessary for her to seize the coal lands of Germany. Germany 'refused to pay heer indemnity, and, sino?, fFrance has spent immense sums of money in reconstruction and in penl- sions, she, needs money.. England and America would, not guaran~tee ...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

… DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Cony received until '.:30 . m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1923 Number 184 i Amherst Head Resigns Post 31 All notices for the Daily Official Bulletit should be left in the Office of the Summer Session before 3 :a p. m. of the day preceding its appearance. E. H. KRAUS, Dean. Summer Arrangements for Presid...…

June 26, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…..... EATHER hP llltr PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY { YV. No. 6 '4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1924 ANNOUNCEPROGRAM OF SPEAKERS FOR INITI TUTEMEETING DEAN KRAUS AND OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATION TO TALK IN SESSIONS LEAGUE WILL CONVENE FOR SUMMER COURSE Reed, Wood, Alton, Hayden, Kalaw To Speak; Women of Northwest States To Attend The Institute of Government and Politics to be conducted by the Nation- al League of Women voters is to be co...…

June 26, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE, SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY ;, _--_-- - FICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION shed every morning except Monday the summer session. ber of the Associated Press. The As- d Press is exclusively, entitled to the rep ublication ofiall news dispatches d to it or not otherwise credited. in per and the local news published here- red at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, an, as second class matter. cription by carrier or mail, $t.30. ...…

June 26, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN .l 4 . . W ________________________________________________________________________________________________ T ERINES SAIL 'IC CONTESTS Thrz;e Wolverines are now enroute for the 1924 Olympics in Paris, hav- ing qualified recently at the different meets held in this country and Canada to determine the personnel of the American teams. Two of the men are Jim Brooker, captain-elect of the 1925 Varsity and De Hart- Hubbard...…

June 26, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN -DAILY Men Who Are Possible Dem. Candidates SUMMER SCHOOL NEW AND SECOND-HAND .Q .,. r,'.{ ' . ti""} . L. .,.. V.. ' '< . y r. .: :?: r.;.; r ',.¢ <. r. _ ''::::: . ,:. 1 :: .. TEXT BOOKS For All Departments WA R'S UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE 4f Y . : F 0, " 1 u ' i r t ~ r ; _ s // .y-- .f _... ." p .r - \ ry N L \ , _ Ill :r . ti,;. :. x .. .: t.a .. . { T: ....... ..... .... Yr' ' ' Changes in Classes, School of Educ...…

June 26, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…4 r ' m tr FEATHER C1 TILYWA RMERl TODAY Sin anr XVI. No. 7 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925 FIL ||HOUS |WILL HOUSE INTRhMURAL OFFICES THIS FALL DEPARTMEINT WILL MOVE FROM. WATERMAN UYM TO RELIEVE CON GE STION OT HER SHIFT MADE Oices of lintereollegiate Athletics Departinenit Will be Moved to Old Club house: Intramural athletics department will be given' room in the Yost field house at the beginning of the fall term in orde...…

June 26, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SAVING THE PUBLIC. I IMI/,,mJ/M/IiII l,/Ii l,//!,iri fI," C 'IAL NEWSPAPER OF THE VERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION d every morning except Monday e )Jniversity Summer Session by i in Control of Student Publica- r ai 'y 3 3 The Associated Press is exclusively. en-1 led to the use for republication of all news spatches credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper and the local news pub- hed herein. Enter...…

June 26, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…THESUMMERMICHIGANDAILY Departmental News '1lYSICAL EDUCATION thousand points for an emblem, the g to the number of requests highest honor conferred by the asso- work, a special class is Swed- ciation, and the privilege of buying German gymnastics, marching a sweater for the letter. Women in- apparatus work and . stunts terested in earning points may call conducted from 2 to 3 o'clock Myra Finsterwald, '26, president of tarting Monday. Women ...…

June 26, 1925 (vol. 16, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…Tl- SUMMER MICHIGL J DAILY .i. .. DAILY OFFICIAL Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). Volume V FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925 Number 187 Smoking In University Buildings: The following rule expressly adopted by the Regents applies to all University buildings including the Hospital. Smoking except in private ...…

June 26, 1926 • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISH ED 1922 ol # u mmirr l00iftr 1i!3an 'a111tl ASSOCIATED PRESS D)AY AND NIGHT MILE SERVICE nn nvrr v~ o Y VOL.. XVII. No. 8 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1926 PRICE FIVE CENTS OF FARM RELIEF DISTURBS SENATE, COOLIDGE INDIORISE S PINCHER BILL; OPPONENTS MNOV'E E TO OTHER BU'SINESS j IIATiEIN G131OPEN j Waterman gymnasium will be open at all hours of the day for the whole p)erio1 of the Summer Isession. Any male ...…

June 26, 1926 • Page Image 2

…P'AGE TWO _____________________________________________ITHE__ SUMMER-~- ~ M C I A ..JD~AT Yi~iIAX UN~~~i,1 0 A TT TD TI A'[7 TTTATT nA -^^ "" ^"" " "° 3n irxii n SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1926 j 014r *utnuwr OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THR UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION Published e ery niorain g exel t Monday" during the University Summer Session by the board in Control of Student I 'ublic a-' t o ns. IiD1) 1'()iS NoI E: The following stat en...…

June 26, 1926 • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1926 THEE SUMMER MICHIC'zAN DATi.Y TT1-I.S IJMMF MIC4IflNI PATlV- -.' ~*'~ VC.-AL A1A.L I1 F .J AL 1 PAGE THREE 1400 OLD GRADS RETURN THIS YEAR FOR REUNION, Animal Alumni Week-Ends Attrats Maniy Former Stuidenits Trhe annual alumni reunion this year numbered about 1400 persons.;j Although not so many registered as in previous years, the class reunions were well attended. Of the 33 classes I which came, the largest were...…

June 26, 1926 • Page Image 4

… PAGE FOUR THDE SUMMER .MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1926 _- - DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN, 1'uhlijation in the B3ulletinI is coil struct i e fnot ice to all nieluheis of the University. Copy received at the otiice of the Summer Session until '3:30 p.. ill1: 30 ai. ill Saturdlay) Volumie VI SAT URDIAY, JUNE 26, 1926 Number Is Wet Plans To Rn For Governorship{ L arge Number O f Literary College poor scholastic standing at that time. Stu...…

June 26, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER Lower lichigan, cloudy Tuseday, Ir.bably showers i east portion; west portion being fair. Not muci change in temiperatuire. T 4 p 'u wmrr Sir i4an :4Iait tg' MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. IX, No. 3 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1928 PRICE FIVE CENTS TTENDNCE 9AT SUMMyER SCHOOL SUMER ESSOF GENI NOBILE RESCUED1 BY SEAPLANE; REPOR FINDING OF AMUNOSENI LEADING LADY OF ROCKFORD TROUPEI REACH ES 218I TOTAL ENROLLMENT IS...…

June 26, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T wO A __ I _______________ Published every morning except Monday dur- ing the University Summer Session by thel Board in Control of Student Publications. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatchestcredited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news published herein. Entered at the Ann Arbor, Michigan, post- office as second class m...…

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