Search Results

Search Constraints

Search Results

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…r Ztr I!anf I~Iai1F ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERTICE A04 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1918. PRICE THRE ..._ -.,_.- | RREST GERMAN HOARDING WOOL vew York, Feb. 25.-Alleged to be agent in the United States for Ger-' m interests which have been seek- to corner the world's wool market, gene Schwerdt a wealthy wool mer- nt of New Yorkand Boston,*was ested herebtoday as an enemy en and will be interned. chwerdt's alleged...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…1-4 11 W1omen I ch aditional Shades of Austin, Galveston, Day- allies in Eu- ton, Johnstown, and Mt. Ararat-by- hardship on the-sea!' Bring on the mops. people. We noticing any The cub, who occasionally offers to there is a help support the entablature of Daily humor by carolling lilting lays to his be. btowill beBig Ben, would now have it known day in order that he has christened this favorite iproved. On domestic animal Ben Bolt, because...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… iIILL I E DRILL TO MEN, Lbf PITCHERS NOT PERMITTED SPEED UP FOR WEEK OR TWO TO JOTH ING Coach Lundgren had the battery candidatesy arming up yesterday aft-. ernoon. Thus far the boys are only permitted to work out the kinks but after several more days of prac- tice when the cage is lowered the speed artists will be ready to deliver the fast ones. After this session the coach gave his men a short drill in stopping some hot grounders and b...…

February 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…1f IILnUI I U UnIUL CRPLDSOLDIERS r. S w "RECONSTRUCTION HOSPITALS"I BUILT FOR WOUNDED FIGHTERS Chicago, Feb. 25.- Plans for the "reconstruction" of soldiers who may be maimed in European trenches are now so far advanced that already America is prepared to care for her crippled fighters as rapidly as they may arrive here, according to Major W. A. Shields, in charge of the medical supply depot supplying the central army division. At hospital...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 1

…t A& 4MUI~ at Ai6O A , AY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918. PRI of TURNED . SOLDIERS ;he second campaign idiers which closed of 400 volumes have the University 11- of the "Engineering ending from June to vas brought in this s are represented to than has been the ay engineering text- ibuted, though most I campaign is ibrary will be onal contribu- y for camp li- volumes are ecent bulletins ary service of y association. ted...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 2

… I A -VACATION I Gymnasium t war. Many s life during was patriotic ake the flag ng comrade, DANCE SHIRT SHOES Consisting of PANTS SUPPORTER IAT ARMORY FRIDAY, MARCH 29,1918 Special Price of $2. -~AT-~ service i stars, serves heaped house Music by "Ikt" Fisher's Ba.orine-Saxophone Sextet Wa hr's University B MAIN STREET STATE rman shells that go 74 al torpedoes, that would Eindenburg will get to t Monday. He'll ride s composing ...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 3

… 9 D SUITS Jb. EASTER r 'I I Our showing of Spring suits of- fers a choice of style ideas, fab- rics and patterns. almost without end -a mighty good example of A lien's service defined in The eiuwe Kuppenheimer Clothes Exclusive and distinctive expressions of the' advance t) fashion, clever military models for young men, substantia for men of big calibre, other syles in between. Values that s strongest when compared. I $25, $3. $35...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 4

…solution in Germany, the nrst doc- nent demanding, a Republican form government for a united German ate, the New York Times published i article in Sunday's edition by Prof. arren W. Florer, of the German de- i irtment, on "German Freedom Docu- ents of 70 Years Ago." Bring Documents to This Country Much. of the material from which e article is , derived comes from rofessor Florer's Book, "Liberty ritings of Dr. Herman Kiefer." TheF ticle is sup...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 5

… ce are UNION BECOMES YlAL PAR T OF UNIVERSITY $1,000,000 CAMP iGN ASSURES EX. ISTENCE OF PROPOSED CLUBHOUSE From a thing which, in 1903, was only an idea, a somewhat vague con- MILITARY NEWS Non-commissioned officers in the second battalion of the Second regi- ment will report this afternoon for preliminary gallery range training at Waterman gymnasium, according to a statement issued by Lieut. Losey . J. Williams last night. fighting 'a ...…

March 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 125) • Page Image 6

…! Il WHAT'S GOING ON TODAY is it I Iw 1 lw 51 BY NUNS ON Pi II t Shop. (Continued from Page One) j that the original French lines now virtually outflanked the advancing Germans along the Oise river. The fall of Bapaume in the early hours of Monday was a blow to the British, but it was the result of a de- termination to fall back slowly all along the line that is being attacked. Berlin Claims 45,000 Prisoners Where the German wedge is st...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

… I- :IGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918. Assemble on Campus rs will assemble on the campus n caps and gowns shortly be- o'clock. The senior lits and s will form on the walk run- om University hall to the Mu- The engineers and architects e up on the walk running from ity hall to the Angell resi- Graduate students will meet walk running from University hall to the flag pole. The medi s, laws, and pharmics will form in the above order on the walk r...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…when they come or show a. dispos- U M A A A tion to remain single." --- At this hour the Americans a're A furnisher advertises "shirts with the center of attraction for the young . . tub ikbs sha gstpsto women of the other side of the water.,,s and the New York Herald in com- I match the body." Zebras are a rath- menting on the situation says: "Our er small portion of the world's in- soldiers no doubt have smiles for habitants; still, there's ...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

…TCO OPERA PLAYERS ; board also voted to have the annual; -- - --opera next year. Further details as expressing the thanks ito the policy, nature, and time of the n Union to the women!I opera were left to, a committee. -ssisted in the produc-1 The board passed a resolution Go! " were passed by1 authorizing the president to instit te' tirectors of the Union,' an investigation as to the advisibility of giving next year, under the aus- pices of t...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

… A THE WAR IS OVER i American soldier who comes back from And the American who offered ALL he possibly / France, having offered his ALL on the field of could to the Government for Liberty Bonds battle to save America. vhil the war lasted. How are you going to feel when you meet these soldiers returning from the battle fields, where N they have faced death for your sake? N_ Some of them will not be able to stand erect. ...…

April 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…- GARBER~ TS REPORTS' 'OBJMEDB 1L Y e University is of rifles andj 1. LI I I w w .. by k lack ," stated Major Max B. Gar- e United States infantry, in of his informal inspection Q T. C. on April 2. "I re- nat 1,500 outfits be supplied y" ~ spirit is developed and nur- high degree, military duty .ed with much zeal, and the given according to the re- s of the war department, ber reported. Drill Fair ion consisted of close and rder," sta...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…"HE WEATHERI 1R.BABL y SHOWERS; TDA rfrlga. ~kn ~ ui1 XXVIII. No. 170. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1918. IOLVEINES WIN FROM CHICAG IN AEALL] TO 5 WME IS NIP AND TUCK FROM BEGINNING TO END HIANCES ARE GOOD FOR TESTERN CHAMPIONSHIP izicka Pitches for Varsity; Hinkel Twirls for Windy City Ag- gregato¬©n (Special to The Michigan Daily) Chicago, May 25.- Chicago follow- in the footsteps of the other Con- ence teams met so far this ...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAiLY SSO CATED PRESS 'ress is exclusively entitled ublication of all news dis- it or not otherwise credit- and also the local news oil 11111111111111111 FIRST BAPTIST JOHN MASON WJrLLS, Minister 10:30 A. M.-Morlinig Worship. Sermotn by the MAiaister 'What Makes Men Great?' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Memorial Sunday 10:30 A. M. MR. DOUGLAS Will speak on "Soldiers-emeritus" Unitarian Church State antl Huron Streets SERVICES AT 10:...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

… GAN DFEATS IGO IN TRACK es Wolverines Good For Big Ten Title June 8 Chance JOHNSON BIG STAR; MAKES 20 OF 87 POINTSr Mn Donnelly Loses to Matthews, Chicago Star, in Mile Run th Johnson taking four firsts, igan beat the University of Chi- by a score of 87 to 48, in their. track and field meet yesterday, tagg field at Chicago. This vic- proves Michigan to be one of' trongest contestants for the Con- ce title, and the probable win- of the Big ...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

…ThE IvJCHIGAN .DAILY SUNDAY, MAINTAINED ON SUGAR RDERS BY CERTIFICATES hoarders caught at this time dealt with severely, according instructions received here by food administrator A. D from the federal food admin- at Lansing. Certificates upon' sugar is obtained for canning s will be filed alphabetically in the offices of the food adminstra- tor, thus making it possible to tell whether anyrfamily is getting its due Iproportion or not. Story-...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 5

…a. A .uJ- R ;a v -J If you want L Campaign Hat of distinctive quality Buy a Stetson f' Wadhams & C State Street Store SITS LEANED TO SUIT When .weo return your clothes 'dry cleaned we want you to examinesthem critically. If they are satisfactory kindly do us a good turn with your friends. If by any chance they should not beaentirely satisfactorysend us word and we'll call for them and make them right. We guarantee sat- isfaction. ...…

May 26, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .,.... Buy .Stamps EXTK W. S.S. Stamnps ENERAL TAILOR ordered a quick charge over the top day by the Real Tailoring Division, resulting in the capture MILITARY NEWS Five inter-company baseball games, which were scheduled to play on Fer- ry Field yesterday morning and atfer- noon, were postponed. The battalion championship games will probably be played next week. Members of the Red army, First regiment, won the proble...…

October 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…L t.q tan ~tAttx PRESS DAY AND NIGHT1 SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918. PRICE THREE t _ , , M _ t T (S FORH lIC RULE XTTERM~ Y REPLIES TO SEVERE 51W ['RIFIES SHINGTON OFFICIALS TO TURNj TIME BACK OCT. 27 ay a federal statute, central stand- ard time will be "set' back one hour, and will remain so until further no- tice. Mayor E. M. Wurster announces that the city will turn the clocks back today and the Universi...…

October 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

….... _ OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Pubrlished =every, morning except Monday uring he university year by the Board in ontrol of Student Publications. _rEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled a the use for republication of all news lis- atches credited to it or not otherwise credited ts pper and also the local news pub- tered at the postoice at Ann Arbor, a[ihgan as second class matter. ...…

October 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… id white; engineers-scarlet and white; let. nee:-black and scar- 'f the insignia of rank in the army are Icult for the civilian to remember. re is a list which will enable any- e not affiliated with myopia to dis- guish a private from a commanding cer and a chaplain from a sergeant: -eneral-four stars of silver; lieu- .ant-general-three stars of silver; jor-general-two stars of silver; gadier-general-one star of silver; onel-eagle of silv...…

October 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…the Round Up club are their names, addresses, -_I MORROW M. C. A. will extend ssion to include some ction A, S. A. T. C. have already been or- is expected that about enrolled. r advertisers.-Adv. sked to' -RMATION BUREAUS STATIONED AT DEPOTS and phone numbers to 0. F. Tietjen, 431 East University avenue. American Soldier Escapes from Huns Berne, Switzerland, Oct. 25. - An American private soldier has return- ed to his regiment in Alsace. H...…

November 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…FAIR AND SL WARMER ER UYT g ffif .414 :43 atl ASSOC] PRI DAY AN~D NI .. . .,. .r.._._ w i I VOL. XXIX. No 48. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1918. PRICE TI SEMESTER ENDINGN FIRST, BOLSHETIK STILL UNCERTAIN / The quarter system will be contin- RIOTS OC CUR I N ued until the disposition of the S. A. T. C. is definitely settled, according rusi OU C IT Yto a telegram received by President Harry B. Hutchins from Washington yes...…

November 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, L ;20, IVI?5. FitICIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ished every morning except Monday heuniversity year by the Board in I of Student Publications ER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled use for republication of all news dis credited to it or not otnerwise credited paper and also the local news pub herein. red at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, an as second class matter. cipt...…

November 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL 7-17 OWN% ,I~ a I - ,, ; '" '' AJESTIC 2-3:30-7-8:30 MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday if You Want Cothes-Vaiety ft's .Easy To Attain With Dainty Neck, _.o.: LAST TIMESTODAY MARY PICKFORD In "JOHANNA ENLISTS" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY WILLIAM FARNUM "Rough and Ready" YOST STARTS WORK FOR LAST 6AME OF SEASON ing kept him in trim. He spent the. practice period yesterday in follow- ing the plays and backfield...…

November 26, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 48) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE~SDAY, EXTENSION COURE ORK BEGUN BY UNIERSITY PROFESSOES START HOLDING CLASSES AFTER LONG ELAY CAUSED BY FLU The organization of the extension courses given by the University in this part of the state was resumed last week after a delay on account of the epidemic. In many of the courses which were to be given fortnightly there will be weekly classes and lec- tures held until they make up for the time lost. Several Clas...…

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan