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September 26, 1899 (vol. 10, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…VOL. X.ANN ARBORMC.USA, SEPTEMlBER 2 6,18J.No. WILD T T MFine Fall and inter H E Suitings, Golf Suits, E Fancy- estings T -DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY ;T A We Carry the Largest A I Stock L In the Ciy. L OV 109 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 0 R WIL15- COM and wao will treat *o CO E r ight. You *il fci ind ousr stock ADof Daugs, Sun- AND___ dricas, Batha Tows is, Coc- SEE US esa nd 1-tL ouS Complete -P E R.S STATE ST. Epo sand asew ar ,ady ifi ZvPis A f5VFOI...…

September 26, 1899 (vol. 10, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…, - .. . ;. _ _. -. Y THE UNIV"RSITY OF"°.MICHIGAN DAILY' 2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the College year, at THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Orrcz: Toe Iland Prose, Henning Block. Both phone. 17. MANAGING EDITOR. F. EsNaLuARD, '1 L. BUSINESS MANAGER. 0. H. HAss.'55 L. EDITORS. T. B. Weoaow,'00 L. A. H. McDouGALL,'01 E G. D. HounTT.'01 E. J. B. Woon, '00, L. J. MONTGR , '00, W. 1. HIcKsE, 00 , A. ...…

September 26, 1899 (vol. 10, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3 SNAPPY DURABLEU COMFORTABLE HANAN SHOES for Men G OODSPEED'S _LEAGE __T_JENNES MILLER $3.50 SHOES for Women .19 South Main Street. OI-ITCAN GEC ' Buy Your Furnishings of "The Niagara Falls Route." CENTRAL STANDARDMTIME Taking Eheet June 275, 1899. M f i & G O GOING EAST. Detroit Night Express................5 55 A. X. Atlantic Express.............' eaer i4FneS Grand Rapids Express. Leaders in Fine Sweater...…

September 26, 1899 (vol. 10, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

… 4 TJ3F UNiERSITY OF: MICHIGAN DAILY CO LIEGE CAI''NL TEXT-BOOKS.*,E FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. LawandMedcalfrom $1.00 to $4.00. aw a Medca[ MARTIN SCHALLER, BOOKS. NEW AND SECOND-HARD. Agents for Keuffel & Essar's Drawing IIn 2II 1.1 E' J , Mlaterials, the beet made.' -- ~Larger and better .thian ever. Nearcy Waterman's Ideal - Fountain Pens. horses thu The best in tbe world. Every one war- Leave your TFrunk Checks uwibh rsnted for fire years., y...…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

… o ' to i ' VOL. XI. ANN ARBOR, MICIL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1900. No. 3. PRACTICE UNDER LEA. j Announcement -- The Men Work Willingly belt there isc Our special line a Dearth of Material for the Line.ai S 'ith te advent ofliead ('ac u m of (freign and Langdoss Lea the prospe toiar a it "b domestic fabrics ning team at Michigan this year ae"' For the Fall and Winter of 1900 has to cwach his methods of handling tit arrived and is arra...…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…2 THE UNIVERS[TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. of Il tjCalendar. Jf a1U Shoes going 2eetin S, 7lls Crp ~ltOtane aat a Sacrifice Ccii c3 astier. ci itya. si pe l--IIildleat ile- ( The say or shoes are going will THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN eat ~ suprise you, and the prices that ttSindli ip. 5Q,4:305)p.il., alt Tni-v r aigtem g ilsrrs MANAGING EDITOR, Is 1i-i u s5i \ittnul -S. C. A. Aidess , aemknthmgwilsrie o) H HA i, i i s i s n -l. , '' yost still tior...…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…3 THE UNIVERSITY OT MICHIGAN DAILY. ENROLLMENT MOIVES UP. Football at Iowa. 'Sino n of last ye r'o ltean t o theI II I I I JI AS Predicted by the Daily, the Atten- Inversr yof towa, who are hock areI AR'SO K SR dance Looks Like a Rcord ("apt.(riithli'. C SWillims, Brock- itay, BatrrierOWrter,Mattiers, 55r- Breaker. ttoatd I' tic]it asitiinito these, fE UE LEi-D B ON yt'sr, withthe ecpio te li i ii titiailot list year'ssecittititeatisi Deitar...…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

….: : : , , " r , i. ... x <°i r THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 4 College Text=Books ,. __, _ .. , ; ,° ry: ._ s : ' ti YA _ _ ., y BOOKS! New and Second=Hand. .ALWEOOK i. FIRST YEAR. SECOND YEAR. THIRD YEAR. Anson on Contracts. Perry's Common Law Pleading. Cooley's Principles of Constitutional Law. Cooley's Blackstone. Hutchin's Cases on Equity. Boyd's Cases on Constitutional Law. Cooley on Torts. Mechem's Elements of Partnership. Tif...…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN .DAILY. o1(1 FALL STYLE READ 040'fLff~ lox HATS G 1 SOUTH MAIN ST. Sole Agents. Ali H X° 49 qp° .H :Y° TH .H 27~ ~ .ff MICHIGAN CEINTRAL , ,The Niagara Falls Route." t 0 CENTRAL STANDARD TINE. Now on the floor at Taking effect September io, i goo 709 N. U NIV ER saI~ 505. +We have ont our tables; Detroit Night Ropretc.........55 A .; tatcEpes...............745" +o Fall and Winter Soit Grand aie pes . ...... ......…

September 26, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY FULL LINE IExcursion Rates INTO GOOD CLO'THES GYMNASIUM, FOOTBALL, GOLF GODDS~ Can be found at Our Store Sheehan &Cos. 320 S. STATE STREET. Iletroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar- bor Railway. Cars leave for. Detroit and Yvsilanti *very half our, osginning at 7:15 a. m. matiC 7:45 p. in.; After that toDetroit- WVE INN-SHOW XYOUlor ar ss1000 thk:e mot :invitin--styie- for Fa11 at inrter Suiting-, thatweret v-. :togh...…

September 26, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

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September 26, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS WILD 60. LEADING MERCHANT TnILORg OUR FALL LINE is the best we have ever showvn, containfiig ALL THE Black and Blue Styles, and a eery fine line of Fancy Suitings aiid Trouserings in the latest patterns and color- ings. The largest assortment in the state. WILD 600 ioS E. Washington St. QUARRY'S FOR Drugs and Student's Supplies of all kinds. Cor. State anid N. University, CAMPUS DRUG STORE. R. E. JOLLY'S Lunche 'sAre LB...…

September 26, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…r + + + 4. 4. *1. + 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. + 4. 4.4 The MOst GODVIOG! that we to ill do that would tend1 STEIN-BLOCH CI wcould he to ntroduce you to a -san We cannot command the language wit} 17oI these clothes are. The makers neath the coat (01lar of their coats, ar their reputation, that pot the slightest iabiric~s or tailoring, is permitted toe tproduiction. ou lou't knows hoiv che STEIN-BLOCH CL are ,unitil syou havessworn thtem. Whlit qanti...…

September 26, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS ~. TOILET ARTICLES. 1ICR() SUPPLIES. FOR THE GYM + '°t it -tnt Mutt thttdo jaitSiit ++ PHARMAC ' I 324 South State Street.' ENGINE[ERa I canosaveyou5fromIi to 25 per centt.on all oft it DRAWING INSTRUMENTS Come andBeta us. I tnake iii lialt vartir t iSC,( I L L F I'S BiOi) STO [ZE, I11)Sth Mitt §Iait Street. BETTER TH-P N EVER ~ The SCHI EEDE TEM PORRY BINDER ) w ti . u o til PiGKI3K15i~id~I arli~sdut HOIiflU A. M. DUDL...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…I 4 D i rS 1 4 -, ., : I '+ : - -i I^_.. 4 f i .I<' ; i' rr"° i °" ^: J 77 i i 4-4 "Fr t © U2 "r " rrJ n "' "r ct ^ M r^ J . 77 CIS Z:j Ui) LUJ "I. r t: ... . . - .- .-. - i ._ 't. r' l: -fie ..- 'J. e ! ". ! t; :f. j "i. C.... :z 71 tf . , Q1 rY f / "- i't s-/ f . i-+ . C.J w " 1, - . ® _ ut. r t'', r + v. _ n M t "Jy _ ./ .. ._ _ ' , I x in t_ - .,-. - ., J . , - .., ;- .t 1. I - , _. + . ~ !. 'f. '!e ®. '!. U, .. LU. 'Lv ' I ~: :! p 77 . r ...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…THlE \IICIIJGAiN P IL NEWS 7'lerchant Tailors... have gust receiv- ed a new line of1 Woolens for fall' and -winter. The! largest assort--ni ee TXTBUOOK New and .Second Hand. G The Best $1 Fountain PEN In the City. New & Seiond Hand Books E~ i ouht a111(1 Sold. _ I ISHEEHAN & 1CO University Booksellers, 320 S. State Street. 11 ' :it.' ,ia a M1ANAtjING EDITOR, EDtITORIS, il-A lA V-. I. ii NEIIAL NI X s i' it l 7; 1 1 1 ; I ?1 1-I iI The Beinning...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…1HE _',ICIfai AN ~ILY-.NEW6 SFOOTBALL VOPENING LIPPlac kkor1 aisdrio lck c ninale {on eys ass pen aoking-good, straigh iiie o simmge.d tatteopoigaccrate kitking ofthe pigskin ball. Outlook for the Game in Other Co- teams shll line up together or no (tco i:iarov sd Orville F A ero-Discussion of Some ofthet farthi than fieyards apart, so thi1woiodre lihe tls mo ons sosloiiI)S- Now (ridion Rlesis 1 1ing sal 0 01e,1)01 E. r ic Siuis>ht, coi a s sa...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…i . ..4 s 1 rr '1 1. . ". 'r: .{. ", . _ .i .. i. ii . G,,..1 i 1 7! _1 1 J _ L 1 i.. c _ .._ 1 Y C~~ ,oed Mornig Have You Read the Daty~CU SP~cIA elivered Daily Before re at, SEILPRIZES TO SUBSCRIBERS. Not open L~ ubosC ~ ,'resOn C'i'hoffer, h aivNx 3_1'iQ i>N NXLY Vl> AV LIERE '2 'OR-". 2 , t2 O L L E GE< 1 EAT..It iE t t Tr c t Ei- { it Ili: c 21 i~ '}S s22. < 1 (?. . e IT C, ( _ ., rv ,to(1-2' St'ti" !";)I2 , zr~ri , . ~tr i(:t1 '., . t: t...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…THlE RUClIIGANDAILY -NEWS TUM APRL~ T E RIGHT THINGS AND APw FOR ENOUGH OFTHEM 1011 (. r-, Sui ~lF )A11ts, OvercoatsH t pai l h z1 c <1 .g i I 5 . l > R I : yl U i H t C a s . I i llth itef.tis#11al i1it coll Itn W's - t i i n XX2'L't :11t It.l iiit 1t '1TE INLttOCHl tl 2' 1tiCO P N ___~i1 WADAMS RYA &. REULE.t",t 1tS,.4 & APEEL _____11__1 __ s l1 #4h l f e a t u r e s 1 11 1 w i l r c. 4j. 4 .4e. i 1 1 . { i f 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 . . . . . . ...…

September 26, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…1' IlL 1iI lI(AN DAL) 1LY- NE''" SPECIAL ANNO UNCEM"ET Contrary to our planning the alterations for our store on are included in our Washington St.xwere not competed for the arrival of our clothing and furnishings, now thew are here wve are deter- m"ined not to move-tanything that lowv prices wXilt sell. All the latest stvles in Coronation Mixtures and fancy S otch, x\ cueeL '" LE j FI C ll III..h1< t , 1\' t'I ilL . \IiIfl '''l'I I t'I'0. WMg...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…he Michigan Daily VOLUIE XVI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905 NUMBER 1 FOOTBALL MEN AT WORK IN EARNEST ASSOCIATION DOINGS. STUDENTS POURING Men Go Through Stiff Workout in Preparing for This Season's Hard Schedule. That Michigan has the hardest task in winning the western championship this year that has been faced since the advent of "Hrry Up" Yost and his methods is evidenced by the fact that the coach, although not sending...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .+ ... .f THE MICHIGAN DAILY. crning the policy of the paper have STUDENTS POURING INTO ANN G. . W L enmade in the kindliest possible man- ARBOR DY THOUSANDS. Drawing Inlstrlmfenlts Entired as second-class matter at the Ann her.' Arbor Postoffice The management wishes tlte student (Continued from page 1.) for bS atsediylodyer - . ody this year to feel that the Michigan .- - -the ribhons and the attendant maideiisENI ER OC.Pu...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…®e. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPALDING'S DOBALL GUIDE FOR. 1905 Edited by WALTER CMP C."ontaiing the newly revised OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures of leding reams, embracing oner 2,500 plyes Prc oe For sale by all Newsdeer. Atlti Goods Dealers aid IDearment Stores. ( A. C. SPAL.DINIG ft BR OS. NuEwYOsRi CHICAGO DNaVR SAN FANsesse Spalding's cattstiiganof alt athletic spors m ailed free to any address. GEORGE BISCHOFF FLORIST Choice Cut Flowrs-a ...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ill -- Hockifig'Valley Ry. CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT TRAIN SERVICE You will find Four Trains Daily From Toledo Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains Sleeping Cars on Night Trains Union Depots in Toledo snd Co- lumbus S. B. CLARK, 32 Campus Martius Detroit, Mich. 5PENDYOURVACIO ON THE,'tGREAT LAKES y' V-( 00 0 fly RdO _ - Q s V1eAt BErt, EE oeEE e4-o ,fACW ACIS a" MICHIGAN' SUMMER RESORTS. TIME TABLE DETROIMvOCLEVELAN D Lease DET...…

September 26, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vi.XVII. \JK1,r 3E, \JI'll f; I 1I N I I K iNt. 2., THREE ELEVENS REPORTI FOR INITIAL WORKOUT Large Squad Responds to Appeal i'tl+x1+1 t '1c t t'l'(1 For Candidates .Coach Yost ti' l' 1I '+1L t Drills Mein on New Ruls 11t I I 111ftt1I OFT iENGL+II111(L2t+LLEGIi S I t l'roi l - r i wed 113 Itutltll'i~l -£ii(ltiiii tli I'itriri Is. Ab)AMVS WILL REVISE HALF MILLION DOLLARS THE RAILWAY RA[ES' NEEDED FOR BUILDINGS Professo...…

September 26, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

… n r Lol r. S t: rn r-P f r (D r+ : 'f y r.. I ~tlot ? I v *. r' I r 1 CA 20 7n ;t .:. ri . r ( '-r } {.j A yt 4y _ L t"") rr rt M+ h. r^i 1y t {"' v :-7 ;l r+ ro G . i ,. {!} =x _ . P' - 7 :+ C v v e-r f :% 0 z v n: r y c M a °rc r l 7 a .--. f !, 77 ! r J i. 7 , v r I, i E r r ! r J ( . J= , Cff __-7 -~ 0 7- - =MOM t #000 y x fi .. m w cn J . l O ^ vt4 'l" b w w -Ai Z r' a y o .r .. , a c ti a . . . ;f ;r , Q, r - -, , -- ,: n u.' ...…

September 26, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Samf Burchfi W'sFieTailorinig Trade Can Deliver the Goods 106 ]EAST UROtN STREET i IL COLEGE IDEAS IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS Furnishings for Dens and Frat Houses U. of M. Banners and Souvenirs in the Latest Designs Mackes. QCo. r' Mchinest loolS1 Cutlery and General Ilardware CALL ON MUEHLIG & SCHMH)D 205 S. MAIN ST. CHORALLJ",I N MAY F ESTIYALl CONCERT SERIFS Season Ticket,, $300 Including;Fl, et , pi Schumanoleink - -...…

September 26, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE ICHIGAN DAILY , 0 ANN() NCEMLENT 112 tO 1i], (ll p1ts of Natuorei 2 u- o exte\nd1(1to ourfred 111 0 (11 c :i an d 0121 itiit n1c ret r in1112 o ( 11 1;rd (,e hl a ]borate pr6 s - i, t o 02 (. 1 12no our patrons wit Clothes, Hats and Toggery 'A (t (1251(1 '2itcare thecho1i(e1stx pr1)1 212 1<< 1 )w 2 120 101 1 22an22facturers inl 112 t -cj)( li r 1 t isoair d1etermina1ti1on2 to i(211 2 12hi 112)that 1(s1n1tItorougly 7 good. I 222r pr x ...…

September 26, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…SThe ,Michigan Daily Vol,. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TH{URSDAY, SEP TEMBER 26, I~p7. No. 3. HAMMOND RETURNS AND BEGINS WORK Veteran End Gives Coach Happy Surprise - Quarterback Posi- tion Causes rierry Fight. Hfarry Hammond, end on the varsity for the past three seasons, reported at Ferry Field yesterday afternoon and will immediately begin football practice. Hammond is another of the veterans who, with Newton and the others, was not expect...…

September 26, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

….r. .. 'V , - U U~iR~rniu iTHE MICHI,'AN DAILY. yy j gt left f64 tt y gyp t W . ...- ..... .i ; t-. "> _.... . . y owl P-0 Zi U. II.If fluU U ll 1Wll The Lrgest Stok in the City of Exclusive Styles N WOOLENS For Gentlemen's Wear Efverything required for Sis overcoas, 1anes \ estings.ad 'Ihouserto t and of hg lass fabrics and special stytes Full Dress Suits a Specialty G. H. Wild Comlpanly 311 South State Street BOOKS Save half your money a...…

September 26, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…'rH MTC'TfTOAN 15AILY _ _ _ _ All Article' fore BATH - and TOILET Sach a Soaps, Towels, Comsb, Brushes, Tooth Powesr, Pastes, Tooth Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Strops, Toilet Waters, Etc. Microscopical Lab. ansd Prescriptions 'srt last obtainedat QUARRY'S Corner 'St lt St.ad NsUi v. Atve Money Loaned Ori WatchesiDiamoends, I aeiBotots or other persoal property. Watches and Jewelry repaired. Bargains in Watehes & Dismonds Office it residence 33...…

September 26, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…THZ MICHIGAN DAILYf------- 1F IT'S FROMI CAU(INS' IT'S 6000 UNIVERSITY NOTICES 0urBeS r nd Tooth Brshesll Ifresli girls report att olcat lar- Hard Water Soap, loc To t Brshe gemnis u for physical eaxnina- Every brush that we sell tiloit Common soaps dont lather at 25cto -10 is warranted 1ll New York menimetit teir new Are those men, both young and old, well with city water, not to shed. cliibhiouis at te crtier if State aid Sanitol olier,$Frid...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…AI ri ++u'.+r.«wi... .. w ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, S3' Mr; 26, 1921 _ , 4EN.T WILL EAR I f 4. ron Addresses Assembl f +_ - YEAR'S HIS ilar Convo- e Held ton will be e initial as- dents 4which >'clock this . The meet- tudents and ho desire to cial interest .ng the Uni- as it gives r to hear an of the Uni- CLASSES FACED BY ROOM SHORTAGE Upperclassmen are likely to be de- prived of their privilege of having aft- ernoons a...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…to ti or not ed the higan, ard Stree avezrge is uman iiue aUvic ancU nep '-om those who have been freshmen before him; any [ichigan man realizes that, if our traditions, customss, and ITY ideals are to last, the new men must be irnpressed he Univer. with their importance. It is, therefore, up to a" of >ns. us who "know the ropes" to get behind this ne v ad- visory scheme and push it to the limit. le use for The first meeting of the Uppercl A...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…t after the year at the ai Cl 11 ts Cotlege to Riegain First Plan ,Among Agricultural Institutions .' et pposite - NEW PRESIDENT WANTS GOOD FEELTNG BETWEEN SCHOOL "To all Michigan men and women wish to say that there will be inaug urated a new era of co-operation an good feeling especially in economi( and 'industry between the Universil and M. A. C.," .said Prof. David Fr day in connection with his appoin ment as president of the Michiga...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…r' is IRR I IV AN] AFL El'sIS "KLE JOW3 KIDay" Di"tain G~et Team flous fat. Most of the men reported in1 good condition which shortened up the preliminary work considerably. Need Tackles As the team stands now it appears that the greatest effort of the coach- ing staff must center on the two tackle positions left open by the graduation of Goetz and Tad .Wieman, both now members of the coaching staff. There p are a number of men availabl...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…46b 1I _.T- I tne Yostmen play, Uct. 22.] nk Steketee, Michigan has the be ance punter in the Conference. ition to being a great punter, Ste can carry the ball through t or around the ends. In Est In Ik- he y drilling a Confer- :inning to open the Conference Has Punters Steketee, Devine and Sundt are allI punters of known ability, while Chi- cago, Northwestern, and Minnesota have all uncovered toe artists who with a little seasoning shoul...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…in I IstL(. VAUn 11I on~t f this store FLOUR FLOUR T FLOUR FEEDand [NE OF FEEDS AND COARSE GRAINS FOR ALL PURPOSES ana Richardson 115 East Liberty St. TRUEBLOOD ANNOUNCES QUES- 'TION FOR THISYEAR'S FORM- AL ARGUMENTS The Central league debating contest will be judged and a decision render- ed as in former years, according to Prof. T. C. Trueblood, head of the public speaking department, who out- lined the debate program of 1921-22 y...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…. Sherwood. Through' ticipated in all departments. During the Literature of the the season just closed 680 students Lockwood is said to were registered, representing 40 states unique influence in and countries. Each, year a larger pro- ig the only course of portion of the enrollment is of ad-I any American school vanced students who are preparing for professional careers and professional' Concerts Already Planned Iand Bendetson Netzorg. The :...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…Tau, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Bet Psi, Zeta Psi, Theta Chi, Sigma Ph Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Ph Hermitage, Phi Kappa Psi, Omicro Delta Upsilon, Delta Kappa Epsiloi Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Sigma Delta, P1 Gamma Delta, Acacia, Delta Tau Delt Delta Chi, Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Om( ga, Theta Delta Chi, Psi Upsilon, CI ES last year raisedj five per cent over revious year, and f members of the shows a like gain, ar Arthur G. Hall chart showing the f th...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…ter sports collected a :n Michigan men in thel wo graduates and four s during July and Aug- ms were Calvin G. Wet- oln Avery, '20; Edward Emerson Jones, '22M; 1919 and his M in 1920 and 1921. He was a member of Tasu Beta Pi, was a Student councilman, president of the honor board in the engineering col- lege, and a member of Vulcans and the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Two Drown Together Lincoln Avery, '20, and Emerson Jones, '22M, met their de...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…i charge of d accountsi ce commis- city he or- tem for the He also nts for the which oc- (Continued from Page Eight) mer for Chimes. "Where Are They Now?" is a series of interviews by Robert Adams, '23, with 12 of the men who were picked on Yost's All-time Michigan first and second teams. The article will tell' where they are, what they are doing,; and will give a message to .Yost and his 1921 squad. The special articles will be conclud- ed b...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…y W. Miller, of the as been secured as the department of ry and drawing in KN, ST QUALITY POCAHONTAS-any Size ST VIRGINIA LUMP AND EGG KENTUCKY EGG AND LUMP EST QUALITY PREMIUM AN- THRACITE SOLVAY COKE ur Orders Respectfully Solicited RUNER COAL 00, INC. Office-124 East Huron Street Phone 1950-F1 Yard-Depot Street Phone 195042 - MR. STEWARD uie3 , O.iso i n.JJ LUVLA L~L .AM; UL JelI iViller has distinguished himself in technical and admini...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…Y LUMP AND EGG WEST VIRGINIA LUMP AND EGG SOLVAY COKE AND 4TON COAL 31-FI and 2207 -ORNWELL BLOCK DRN WELL - COAL - COAL I and Home Supplies RIKEBCHERI FAMOUS ACE, WILL SPEAK AT SMOKER ENGINEERING SOCIETY SECURES SPEEDSTER FOR FIRST MEETING DEAN COOLEY TO OFFER ADVICE FOR FRESHMEN Other Lectures and Social Events Planned to Take Place This Fall Eddie V. Rickenbacher, famous ace and speed king, will speak at 7:30 o'clock next Wednesday nig...…

September 26, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…Medical Coats with Roll Lapel WitdL ADITIONS MADE IN DEARTMET ENLARGE FACULTY AND COURSES FOR WORK LEADING TO CERTIFICATE iron, while the giant concrete stand tofore, and two more gates are to be and masonry o on the south completes the U. placed in operation. In the north main entrance. Entrance and exit facilities have wall. under the press box of the old trance makes : likewise been improved. The main stand, the brickwork has been torn to...…

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… I; the Union. Each day will be devoted to one or' - more of -the most important questions) r of social welfare of today. Among the i more important discussions will be s those held on public health, children's e aid and unemployment. 11 t lcn I I .. a TODAY and TUESDAY "C'mon, Tar Baby! Charlie raint here, so'it's up to us!" Here's the wonderful kid of "THE KID" in five great reels of laughs you can't resist. Sure, I've helped Babe Ruth...…

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…)late Center of Ann Arbor SUNDAES LUNCHES EFRESHING DRINKS AR DINNER AT NOON CHOCOLATE SHOP SOUTH MAIN STREET U 8:30 ADULTS 20c KIDDIES 1oc M O ND A Y TUESDAY A/j, -/j /04 LiUwr S. K"W~ pres n Loan's springs e Satur- Post to with a La and a A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTON' JESTIC II man of the advisory council of the LARG COCHIN STFF ocal order. Will Install Other Chapters i jyit is about that time that the offi- 1S E cers of the mot...…

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…" r es the opening of the beauty shop above Cushing's Drug Store, 340 So. State St. Phone 2939-M. She will be glad to welcome all her old custom- ers.-Adv. Li ', 1921 Number 1 THE OPENING ASSEMBLY TONIGHT mber of the University is reminded of the fact that the Open- will be held in Hill Auditorium tonight at 7:30. The doors I at seven o'clock. The students are asked to assist the ushers the Student Council) by occupying every seat in eac...…

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…"X I I s i TEfIPERATIT I' ItV41 4I1 Sectioi One XXIII, No. 2 TWO SECTIONS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922 TWELVE PAGESP PRICE FIVE T RILL IG i I tl G l u , I Y: REGISTRATIONFOR UNIVERSITY LESS THAN LAST YEAR, "6ALLIES MUST Y IFH). CONSTANTINO PLE mR University Faculty Men Carry On Experimental Land Survey During Summer )Yonths In UpperMichigan FUEL DISTRIBUTOk, WAS\HOOVEWRS AID DUIRING THE WAR THOUSA9NDS ...…

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…1L4 1 aL LA..' £ 1 tow to set it ging you have all we to - can give youYiyou are through. You Ner must be the master of that mind of c yours." Inconclusion, the President em-7 pasized the point that the mind is F L Se 'ne's most"recious asset. ''Possess,"T an (OSntinued from Page One) he said, "the thinking, creative mind pr he dnks itit. sharply contrasted to of which you are the royal master. InL hin is the man with the independent As a man...…

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