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January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

… The Weather frN Partly cloudy Thursday; Stud rain or snow Friday and EP e colder. Eddi ., VOL. XLII No. 90 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1933 Editorials w Co-Operation Between ent And Administration; e Tolan A Victim of Race Edice. PRICE FIVE CENTS Banking Bill Starts Debate On Currency Bingham Says Expansion Proposals Are Unsound; Senator Borah Replies Inflation Projects Assailed In House Depreciation In Monetary System Brings On...…

January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN-DAILY THURSDAY, time on which the instructor and the class concerned may agree. Each student taking practical work in music in the School of Music will be given an individual examination. All such students should report to the office of the Director of Music, and sign up, on blanks now available there, for a specified examination period. Regular class work will continue until Saturday Noon, Jan. 28. ACADEMIC NOTICES History 47: ...…

January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…Y, JAN. 26, 1903 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Exams To Halt solve Sports For 2 Weeks Starts Campaign FROM THE PRESS BOX D-I y JOHN THOMAS All Coaches Have Called Off Regular Practices-;l Season Renewed Feb. 10 Examinations, the bane of the stu- dent's life, lie just ahead of Michi- gan athletes, as a consequence of which competition will be a missing factor until Feb. 10. All coaches have called off regu- lar practice in conformity with the dema...…

January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 4

…T H E MI C H IGAN DA ILY THUnRsDAiY E MICHIGAN DAILY Y- i+'/ 1' rZ N . l y" ,x1 , c," F "*aX* I 6WUL u oiN ( a1rscUeo, ri ON! 5n[Y'NT 4J' . ,,-; n Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western .Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitl...…

January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 5

…G. -THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,... .., .,.. s a . ._ _ 1. CAMPUS SOCIETY Ig ' I k .' . I £ f Z ._.. ... Sororities Elect House Officers For This Yea Women Leave To Attend Seybold-Smith Wedding At Jackson Saturday A number of women will attenc the Seybold-Smith nuptials this Sat. urday. Sorority activities are con- fined to election of officers until next semester when examination worries will be part of the dear dead past. GAMMA PHI BETA ...…

January 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

…I I . i , . I THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY LA ~J AWI~JAPEA 5.) .n aLr i, R. L. Morrison Favors State's Tax For Roads Recalls Expenses Of Trip Taken In 1917; Roads Today More Economical "Sometimes it is cheaper to pay taxes, especially when unimproved roads collect two to four times as much from the driver's pocketbook in increased gas, oil, tire, and de- preciation costs as the nominal 'good road taxes' which go toward paving high...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

… Weather y fair Sunday; Mon- ,ted and somewvhat ain. ig 00 LA A6F of an 4 t Daiii Cuba's P] litorials 7cit Should 'resident. No. 105 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEB. 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE _ _., " Bess Men est Bank Restrictions Tie-Up Draws Demands For Release Of More Cash From City Banks Closing Of Stores May Be Necessary Statements Of Merchants Prove Impending Food Shortage Rumor False University Econ Federal Guara Copies of thi...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…GAN .DAILI Li BULETIN tal-American group at 3:30 p. m. A discussion on "Social customs of Japan." Fellowship and supper at 7 p. m. Lutheran Student Club will leave at five o'clock sharp from the Zion Parish Hall for Ypsilanti. All who have promised to attend, please be there on time. In the Biu11etIn Is constructive notIce to allnmembers of the Copy received at the ofice of the Awilstant to the Pre-sident unto . m. Saturday. Autotrams Ter...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY m the RESS BOX Wolverines Are Favorites To Beat Minnesota Tomorroz Gopher Team Which Will Meet Wolves Here Thoiorrow John Thomas f Allen May See Action For The Micliigan Team Eddie Lowrey's Eye Spring Football Fastest Hockey Game Sports Shots Michigan 3, Minnesota 1 ::: x i~s COACII EDDIE LOWREY seems to' be running into bad luck lately as far as ladies and freshmen are concerned. Down at the Arena the other...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN .DAILY DAILY -- , " .- ,I--- '.. 2.F,' Published every morning except Monday during the rniverslty year and Summer Session by the Board in 9ntrol of Stixdent P~ublicationis. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Assocla- on and the Big Ten News Service. M1EXIBER. OI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use or republication of all news dispatches credited to it or. sot otherwie credited...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 5

…MICHIGAN DAILY AL __ CAM/PUS SOCIETY I Sororities Give Dances, Teas ', r Democracy's tidies and Gowns They Will Wear At Inaugural Ball Over WeekEnd [I Fraternities Also Active, Tau Delta Phi Entertains At Stag Ranquet Social activities among fraternities and sororities are at present mostly confined to teas, formal and infor- mal dances and announcing of pledges. ALPHA PHI Friday night a formal dance was held at Alpha Phi. Pete B...…

February 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN D ILY__ _ _ _ _ G.E."UhInbeck Returns Fron European Trlip Program For 1933 Summer Session Made (Continued from Page 1) i pI1 rWrI Ijer T ft's i .n.aL ne I l % 1YITment July 6. while July 10 Prof. Experin eta l Work At Kenneth C. McMurry, chairman ofI Cambridge University the department of geography, will give an illustrated lecture on "Isle Prof. George E. Uhlenbeck, of the Royale as a National Park." physics department, ret...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Cloudy and rather cool Sun- day; Mon day generally fair. L it~g~ it Editorials The Campus Welcomes Count Sforza.. trrr~ rju iz r. r VOL. XLIII No. 129 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE i T t Buckley Is Named Central Manager For Dormitorie To Consider New Council Organization Two Student Government Plans Will Come Before Committee Monday Bicameral System Features One Plani s 1 All University...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN r in the Bu1letin is constructive nootie to all members of the Copy received at the office of the A-stant to the President Until XLIII SJJNDAY, MARCH 26, 1933 No. 1291 NOTICES University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Tues- ay, March 28, at 1:30 p. n., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who ave filed applications with the Office of the Dean of Students should call t that office for an appointment wi...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…ThEMICHIGANDAILY I FROM THE PRESS BOX Diamond Teams Are Kept Inside By Bad Weather, y JOHN THOMAS I- Altenhof And Co. Win Five Games Gymnasts To Have Circus --- All-Star Cage Teams, Summary Illinois Only Review Of Winter Sport Records Teamrn To G( Sport Shots Extensive V * * i ICHIGAN'S FORMER BASKETBALL varsity who are now playing un- 1im Bat attached, ran up five victories in a nine-day period, dating from March ---- Conference o ...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…1 £11A .EiA duplicated when The Habima Players brought their version of the play to America. For the Hillel Players to present "Anna Christie," as I understand they did, is an error of taste. To such a play, it is scarcely conceivable how they could bring any quality that is important or justified. Quite the reverse is true of "The Dybbuk." In it all the rich emotional sincerity and fervor which is a touchstone for their passionate people sho...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

… ;%,6 0,0 A M mP U i 4L I New Additions Announced For AprilCabaret Entertainment Planned At Small Cost For Those Who Are To Attend Two new trios and a soloist are the lastest additions to the program which the committee has planned for the Campus Cabaret to be held April 1 in the main ballroom of the League, according to Miriam Carver, '3, chairman of entertainment. .Mary Morrison, '35SM, Barbara Bates, '35, Lucille Lucas, '34SM, make up t...…

March 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…THE M 11CIGA N 1)A L Y - - L1M111 U a1UDS gain Active, Tapping Says dW Wiemnan Speaks To [ewark Organization At s First Annual Dinner tivities of clubs of the Alumni ciation are again on the upturn, rding to T. Hawley Tapping, ral secretary. The first annual er of the University of Michigan of Newark, N. J., held last 'sday at the Hotel Douglass in irk, was an outstanding event .e week's schedule. ad" Wieman, former head foot- coach at the Un...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair today and tomorrow; not quite so cool tomorrow. L A6F 414tr 4 t AW :43aiti Editorials East Side-West Side-All Around . . .; School And City Mourn Death of Dr. Darling. VOL XLI No. 147 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Action On Beer Bill Deferred Senate Adjourns Without Waiting For Final Vote Of House On Measure House Plans Action In Special Session Passage During Day Pre- vented By Necess...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of th- University. Copy received at the ofBce of the Asalstant to the President until 3:30: 11:30 a. in. t3aturday. XLIII VIESDAY, APR~IL~ 26, 1933 No. 147 NOTICES Honors Convocation: The Tenth Annual Convocation of the University of Michigan will be held Friday, April 28, at 11 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. Classes, with the except...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGANDAIL From the PRESS BOX Boxers At Peak For Tonight's Good By John Thomas Many Grudge Fights Sdtrwas S. Bss3 Sports Shots VERY FIGHT A; grudge fight seems' to have been the olicy of the promo- ters of the STU- iDENT GOOD WILL --- BOXING SHOW when they compiled the card. Of course there * are several bouts that are baau entirely upon friend- ly rivalry, but still a large portion of the card contains bouts that are in deadly ear...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

…ITIG7AT A )t C r,~~ , ; A' matter but, as far as the city giving up its rights '- --_--- ---------------- _._._ is concerned, it has no rights other than those given it by the Legislature. Whatever rights cities A rt iReview s possess, are given them by the Home Rule Act, a purely legislative enactment. The city's charter was obtained from the State and it has no in- THE AMERICAN I alienable righ .s. ARTISTS EXHIBITION 3. The proposed am...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 5

…THE1,MCHI+GAN DAILY I CAMPUS S OCIP1TY S14W Tb rIo ww Ru1in~ Ch . Changres A re Approved Fornmal Ihihng Simpli- fied; Period Shortenied To Diminish Expense. Striving to correct the faults that have been criticised in the past, the Panhellenic' Association met todayI to revis~e the rushing rules. The nYew[ Lcague President Pleaksed With hItercol.legviate Women's Parley rules make rushing easier and more economiCal for the sororities a...…

April 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

…Says Summer Excursions Bring Many Problems Before Students Students in other years have re- turned from Summer Session excur- sions to penal institutions asking themselves such age-old questions as "Why does society exist?" "Is Educa- tion worthwhile?" "Is religion essen- tial?" "Can we cut down the social dependents in the next generation?" Dr. E. W. Blakeman, religious adviser to students at the First Methodist Church, who was present on al...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…....... i The Weather Cloudy, showers Friday; scat- tered showers Saturday. P, -_-Iqqllimlmpr at r IRMNENPP- Ar XLlF AAW 'Aw Nl = Ar\ m utr4t V46VWI'&l 11 9 attij Editorials I O'Brien's Assertion And Laird's Apathy VOL. XLHI No. 172 N ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS New Morgan List Reveals Stock Favors Robinson Asks Ouster Of Davis And Woodin For Dealings With House ExPres. Coolidge Named In Probe McAdoo,...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Latest Map Of Campus Placed On Sale Here New Perspective Plan By Bukovsky Is Being Sold At Bookstores "The University of Michigan cam- pus in 1933," the first map of the campus to be published in several years, was finished recently by Prof. Paul Bukovsky of the engineering college and is now on sale at local bookstores. The map is a perspective from the point of view of 3,500 feet up and 3,500 feet northwest of the corner ...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

…U1DAY,MAY26,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ndiana Diamond Team Here For Tilt With Michiian Tc Wolves Have To Win Next Four To CopSecond Hoosiers Toughest Team To Iurdle; Remainder Of Schedule Easier Wistert Will Pitch His Car Superior I Same Lineup To Manuel Plays at IcteCzi On First Start; Short; Michigan's Varsity baseball team will be seeking to stay in the race for second place in the final Big Ten standings in its game with Indiana here ...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DATLY ICHIGAN DAILY .I i/_ ,-5 ILBN I TE ^R .MW t~Orf .5T PL N ~J N .111~WC N ..'tM+ 5O( 1+M Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Service.E MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

….1 ___a_____s_._____________v_______e____Y!_________A CAM~olS Teport Large T"ie4ket Sale For Amt'erican Girls To Be Presented At Court ( 1V - p * Dr. and Mr's. Adolf Loveman, anc Lantern Dance Max Gail's Orchestra To Play At Spring Formal Dance Tomorrow Pleased with the large general campus sale made already, Jean See- ley, ticket chairman, announced that the few tickets left for the all-cam- pus Freshman Lantern Dance will continue on ope...…

May 26, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Anti-Hitler Riots Greet Arrival Of German Visitor Policcien Battle Group Protesting Nazi 'Murder, And Terror' Reginie Chicago World's Fair Scheduled To Open Tomorrow I1 Scores Are Injure *1 Germaiin Representative To Exposition Quits Vessel Unnoticed NEW YORK, May 25.--IP")-Riot- ing broke out today at the North Germany Lloyd line pier in Brook- lyn in connection with the arrival in America of Hans Weidemann, rep- res...…

June 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…he Weather t ' Ct cY1 :. .. c tl Edi Local showers today; not much change in temperature. Forty Years Ago A Dean Effinger-A Tril Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL. XIV, No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1933 PRICE I w . . Prof. Hayden To Speak On Orient Crisis Two Mayors Dedicate Lakes-Gulf Waterway Political Science Opens Summer Series Tonight Expert Lecture Will Take UpLU. S. Far East Policies Plan Ta...…

June 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…_THEMICHIGANDAILY 11 CHIGAN DALY Publication of the Summer Session were strangely ccmbihmd with genial kiudliness sociai grace, a±d a capacicj foi stauhn.n epduI ng friendshipd"s Screen Reflections L , r E r II Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Service. MdEMNBER...…

June 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…_E MICHIGAN DAILY PA Musicians PlanSeries 'g e IY C i lActivities-t-a------- id, Sixty membersof the Detroit Sym- SSixy meberhs, ondf the Dretitn- Social activities for students en- lounges, and bowling alleys will be Dancing classes will be held under Pis hony Orchestra, under the direction rolled in the Summer Session will open as usual, he said. the direction of Roland Fulton, who series of nightly concerts July 1 at a center around the Lea...…

June 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY n Have Will Speak Today Extensive Sports Program Is Scheduled For Men In Session Varied Choice Of Athletics' wimming, Tap Dancing, Archery, Outdoor Golf Are Included An extensive recreational sports ogram will be offered to women .dents of the Summer Session by 3 Department of Physical Educa- n, under the direction of Dr. Mar- 'et Bell. kside from the credit courses of- ed, a series running for six weeks instruction in s...…

July 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair Wednesday and Thursday with moderate Temperature. LL Sit igu Iatj Official Publication Of The Summer Session Editorials Society's Need For Education; Collegiate 'Rickshaw' Toters. I, VOL. XIV No. 26 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Two Sessions On Education Held Tuesday: Courtis,Yoakum, Congdon Brubacher Talk On The TeachingPhilosophy ' McClusky, Myers Chairmen Of Day Carrothers, Smith, Pr...…

July 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…__ _ THE MICHIGAN DAILY MICHIGAN DAILY 1 Publication of the Summer Session betterment of conditions as a whole, will have be adopted if the nation wishes to come out{ its present chaos and disorder. to 'of Q .- "r t " ' Published every morning except Monday during the Uiflversity year and Summer Session by the Board in Lotr'o1 ocf Student Publications "1ienlber of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Servi...…

July 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY lucators Meet To Discuss Changes In Philosophy Of Teaching, Readjustment Of School Program To Non-Academic Groups Finds Five-Year Plan Working . uccessf ully ' x (Continued from Page 1) with the statements: "Superinten- dents replying to an inquiry recently made by the United States commis- sioner of education reported three or four times as many postgraduates in high schools as were enrolled a few years ago. "Minneapoli...…

July 26, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Farmers Plan To Limit Daily Price Changes Tentatively Agree To Limit Fluctuations In Grain Prices Permanently WASHINGTON, July 25.-(A')- Farm administrators and represen- tatives of grain exchanges today agreed tentatively to limit daily fluc- tuations in prices on wheat and other grains to five cents a bushel as a permanent policy. The agreement was reached before the close of a two-day conference at which four principal c...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Lowers Tuesday followed by er Wednesday; Wednesday cooler southeast portion. - A iiT I r, Sirtian XLIV No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. U I I Crowd acted For Here Is Synopsis Of Summer's Chief Events Of Local Interest Frosh Dinner More Than 200 Tickets For Freshman Banquet Have Already Been Sold T. Hawley Tapping PrincipalSpeaker Kipke, Yost, And Fay Are Among Others Who Will Address '37 Function With more than 2...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…LILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN blcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the versity. opy received at the office of the Assistant to the President til 3:30; 11:30 a. mn. Saturday. V TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 No. 2 NOTICES TQ Users of the Daily Official Bulletin: The attention of users of e Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully called to the following: (1) Notices submitted for publication must be typewritten and must 'igned.....…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…6,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T i .Minutes Of- Council Meeting The meeting was called to order by the president at 7:30 p. m. Roll was called and the minutes read and ap- proved. The president announced that the Board of Regents had appropriated $300 for the use of the Council in carrying out its projects during the year. Copies of the constitution were distributed, and ciscussion ensued concerning the duties and powers of the disciplinary...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

… E MICHIGAN DAIL Established 1890 Y action soon. Even if it does not, there will still be the election next spring when the voters of the city will be given the opportunity to give 7 I the dry aldermen their just deserts. 1i ;7',L j . /"- J i.1.f -I K. University Needs New Buildings Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Meml r of the Western C...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…SEPT. 26, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I1W 7 3 !'t 0nU S'TV. SOCIETY -1 Made-Up And Dressed-Up, Gloria Sets The Style M~nllililEE E~iill~liR~i4 League Plans Continuation Of'. GrillDancin1 With the start of classes many of the League activities that proved suc- cessful last year will start again, said Miss Ethel McCormick, social direc- tor of the League. The Duplicate Bridge tournament that was con- ducted both last semester and dur- ing the su...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…! ®RII I IIIf ®II THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1933 Lovely Interfraternity Council upper-class women, and a bureau Alpha Gamma Delta Is ove1S l ' 1 which has, been established to ini- Plans 'Hello Day' At U.C. whcba be stbihdt i Located. In New Hlome tiate freshmen women into campusae a1 .a r i S ee ss In connection with the fact that activities is expected to prove valu- AlphmnGamma Delta sorority our Interfraternity Council is plan...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…THE MICIGAN DAILY d May Be 'ul Strength i State Game $1,000,000 Hutchins Hall Marks Near Completion Of Law Group 1 Officers Hopeful As Drills, Rehearsals Draw Many; Plan Chicago Trip For the first time in its colorful history, Michigan's Varsity Band may march into the Stadium for the opening game at full strength, Prof. Nicholas D. Falcone, director, an- nounced yesterday. Preliminary registration and try- outs and results of the season's...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Prof. Jean E. Ehrhard, of the Ro- mance Language department, has accepted a position with the French Institute of Berlin and will not re- turn to the University. Professor Ehrhard was honor man in his class at the Ecole Normale Superieure and received this position for that rea- son, according to Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, head of the Romance Lan- guage department. Prof. Warner F. Patterson will give a two-hour course of lyric p...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

… SECOND SECTION L M9it igm ~~IAVi SPORTS VOL. XLIV No. 2 ; ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Gridders Continue To Drill On Fundamentals; Bernard Is Injured I" PLAY & BY-PLAY Defensive Ability Of Half Will Aid Line Crosscountry Squad Trains For Big Meet Veteran Halfback May Be Used At Safety I-By AL NEWMAN- Unjust Publicity Early Scrimmages Sportonomics * * * "EVERY ATHLETE IS EITHER underrated or ov...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TU funior End Will Rank With Best In Natior Illinois Coach To Have Array Of Sophomores URBANA, Ill., Sept. 25.-(Special) -A group of spirited sophomores, undismayed by an aray pf experi- enced players which forms a nuc- leus for the Illinois football team, is girding itself to contend for posi- tions. Arvo Antilla, big blonde Finlander, who first played under Coach Ray Gallivan, a sub for Red Grange, was a freshman end b...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Star Players To Lead World Series' Teams (Continued From Page 9) performance for the Senators in his first year in the big leagues marked him as in the class with any first- ranking infielder. As far as directing ability is con- cerned, Bill Terry appears to hold the upper hand. Bill has been in the big time for a longer time and has more experience. Last year the Giants finished in sixth place a...…

September 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…TWELVE THE MICHIGAN D AILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1933 Voice Classes To Be Given By Music Sehool Success Of Last Year's Experimental Groups Is Justification For Action Class instruction ins voice, con- ducted last year under .the direction of Prof. James Hamilton on an ex- perimental basis, has been added as a regular course in the curricula of the School of Music, according to a recent announcement. The success of the experimental groups has...…

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