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February 29, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…Ic i . of A T. Walp. Vor. 1.-No. 104. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAiN, M\OND)AY, FEBRUARY 29, 1892. PRICE, THREE CENTS. Preliminary Oratorical Contest. fi itrel~iniinary contest of t, t101 liw class xway heliiSatturd(ay i cuiing,xwhiich c(oimipletsthetseries r 1enivesI iwtt o5 wi lt ( ti Iart in ic iiiter-lassixercses )n xarc c 5thwhlnthey((iillxiitriifor the hon- orif representingp the t of N.inii t Northernax IOratorxil Ieaxgue at Li'aiitoii Th...…

February 29, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. " ready to deprecate these nesv ideas of philosophical and scientific (is- coveries. The ministry needs trained u blishni Oaily (Sundtays excepted) daringI men whlo are true to their cosvic- the sllce ene tions. Untrained men are not fit 1HE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION to be leaders. The disintegrating forces nmust he met on their own Subscription price $2"50 per yenr, invariably 1grootids. IDrains as well as piety n ...…

February 29, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…TH{EU. OF M. DAILY. THE TWO SAMS.- '- GloveS, ________THE? GREAT Bess hire5, ONE -FORTH OFF Is still raging -at the J. TI. Jacobs Coms- Ont Children's Slits. EVERIYTING goes until Ml~arch :I.(Dotme and avail yourself of this fOlden tll/.jpo)lIunty!. TieS, for Full Dress, SALE SThe J. T. Jacobs Company, -TTCTS] ANN ALRBOR, 27 and 2.) MAIN STRET.L Mill Alior Stoo9M LD II . C 0 A . GEORGE L. MOORE, snce )+ + WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED, ...…

February 29, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY. New's XX rtot s , 10"Cordert of MaI~in antoolLiberty' Streets. I will "'Open thteo Ball'' by placing a line stock of Guitars, lansOS etc. PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. findol5717"=z s s Mv=T2Zc STomm, 25 South Fourth Aronue, C'ity. ' ALBANY LAW SCHOOL. .lbe I-us~kup, 't~Ie c OX~obl e," HATS NOBJA -'S. Pure 4 EStAA ttt-Et) P",t. Fresh 501 1Kh, ottot year. 'l'httee ftoll tert...…

February 29, 1896 (vol. 6, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…VOL. VI. NoT. 106. UNVEIRSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, P196. Fours PAGES-3 CENTS. 'rz'INGRIIAIM GETS FIRST. SBICYCLES. LAST OF PRELIMINARY ORATOR- 'e desire to give notice that we ICAL CONTESTS. pooeto maike atbi bid for haescrdthe agency tar the Six Speakera in Senior Law Con- D iYTON 111test-Deahl Cornea Second and H L Bec ee nwicthi lar carrot a #Conrey Third-Markinga of Judges h ittretuttiierasioe fth eNil In Full. bswhesmd;pri...…

February 29, 1896 (vol. 6, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

…THlE U. OF M. DAILY I Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during the College year, at THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. OFFICE: Times building N. Main st., apposite post office. EDITOLIS C. D.'CARY, Gr. L. W. W. THAYER,'96 L. wS. E. K NAreEN, '98. 0. l1ons,'S WV. W. R tss, '9'), E. L. tGELSomues, '98 L EDITOR-I'd-CIIIEF, G. B. IsARRSON, '96 L. 3ll SNAGING EDlITORI .1. F. 'fssonaS~n, 'S7. IIC5INEiS AOtsAIOEI L. C. 'WALKER, '06. ASSOCIATE EDITORS IL A...…

February 29, 1896 (vol. 6, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. IVIJGHIGAN CJLNA We Are Looking for a Manw. ID .g LbTime Table (Revised) Nev. 24 1813. ES.WEST. Whio (an suggest an inllprorement ally Where ill tileconl- P..AN.trlt~ rlie ftl T. 0. & . B y. K. & M. By., N.i Y. E___ Spcil...0 MiN._Y._Special__I838Solid through trains Vetoweon Toledo, Ohio Easer E.152 .SLismited._- 025 VE R JO HKNISOIN.Y] 1 .tE .i o Vsclo VV.astlsle h AM. P. M. .short andonly direct roote. Atlantic Ex____1 3...…

February 29, 1896 (vol. 6, iss. 106) • Page Image 4

…THE U. OF M. DAILY. 11 Maynard St. Dininga Parlors. Closinjg OUt LA~ THYGENIC DINNEBR. We have left a fair stock of SUNDAY DINNIER. - - WRITING TABLETS NOVELTY IN GENTS' SUiTINGS{ tSOUP. GreensIlea. Vermacilla. AND FANCY VESTING IN '96. Jos. W. KoIauf, Merchant Tailor, 10 E. Washington St. 2d Semester. UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING Opposite LAW building. TERMS $4 [OP THE REST OF THE YEAR. Qi G, Spaldig & Bros Thvnueisa tsar- aufe~" that the ...…

February 29, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily . ........ VOL. XVIII. ANN K 2xB MIITGAN, SA1TURDAY, FEBRU ARY 2g, x908. No. I 10. PRELIMINARY MEET TO BE HELD TONIGHT Several Surprises Are Expected -Class Relay Teams Will Run After Meet Proper. the prelinminary inhhoor meet whih occrin so Vstersingynnasinim tonight till tprodune soie coitests of more than nassing interest. Besiue the athttes wsho have figred proninenty in meets of past yess, a numbsler of freshmen ...…

February 29, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 110) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN, DAY!O 1 G. HI. Wild Comlpally Our Spring -198 line of fe Imported and Domestic IWOOLENS]I Is now read. It includes all the latest Novelties, Shades and Up-to-Date Patterns in Moose Brown, Caribou Tan, Leather Shade, G (rays and Fancy Blues. Your patronage respectfully solicited. 0. IHe Wild Compally 311 South State Street Bargains in Recent fiction Books that have sole for $1.20 we are offering at D0c Half a Rogue Alc(rt Pain to...…

February 29, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN -DAILY SEE THE !IVICHIGENDA GETS WINDOW TWELVE ENCORES FOR Audience Outdoes Itself in Ap- SUPPLIES IN preciation . President Angell HOT WA T ER Enjoys Performance. BOTTLES ANDPhe third perforniance of Miehigendla receisved a greater ovation at the Whit- R.xibbet- Goods oey tast night than didi either, of the -AT other two perforimances. When the third ' -- ci t enditthe audience fairly hroke 0p I.JARR 'S l1)0ea lapping, stamiping...…

February 29, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 110) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE NEWEST IN TOWN Made as you'd make them yourself. Different from the candies that yotu have been buying and better. A new shipment Jusst i. E. E. CALK INS, Druggist. 324 South Statei Street. AMU5EMENT S ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT For the Enstire Week .. COMMENCING TEATRE 2 The following Attraciions will be Presented: I.-Overture. 2.-W'eona.. ft)Francis Ws gates t uersies's 3.-Emnx'.alyrn Lackaye. Pima DonaComedi...…

February 29, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…1 'an ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, RSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1912. .t to EVILLE. TO INTRODUCE NEW SET OF RULES FOR FINAL EXAMS, Sugges- Show A new set of rules relating to exam- the vau- inations has been issued by the liter- ed by the celebra- ary department. They will go into inite pro- effect this June and will appear in the 1912 bulletin, along with the rules nitttee at regarding the new marking system. eive sug- Though it has heretofore been unde...…

February 29, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…LiUClIUAN DAILY wspaper at the University of Michigan. very morning except Mon- ughout the school year. the Post Office at Ann Ar- day Michigan, under Act of of March 3, 1879. Con-I MANAGING EDITOR. Walter K. Towers. BUSINESS MANAGER Albert R. Dilley Editors. ........Harry Z. Fol:' .......Frank Pennell ........Karl Matthews ........G. C. Eldredge ma ....Earl V. Moore News Harold G. McGee .......Emmett Taylor ARI ASSOCIATION PLANS BIG E...…

February 29, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…IU MAY ILE BUll RY FIELD. ROOSEVELT CLUB TONIGHT. llowing the announcement that 'resident Roosevelt will again be* didate for the nomination of Pres- the local supporters of the big wielder will organize a club in ort of the movement.A meeting for purpose of bringing the men to- er will be held in the Griffin's s, over Wagner's this evening at Later it is planned to have sev- prominent speakers address the on topics of political interest. lat...…

February 29, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…Helpful Heart .Healing Hints by Nora Lean Jibbey New Whi GLORIOUS RE1 nave T TO He Hasn't a Mackinaw! Dear Miss Jibbey:-The other day I met a girl at the skating rink and ask- ed her to skate with me, which she did. A big guy rushed up and took her Our Friday, March 1 Saturday, 1% Matinee and Night 00 and up. away from me saying she was his girl. Ijow can I get the guy? How can I find her address? Is a mackinaw lock absolutely essent...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…- -. .. J~ i I '~ , . c x ,. ..... nA I _.._._.4 _ ____, a _ __ .....:. ANN ARtBO, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916. Tant .ilS.Doctors o Furnish 1elieJ E ver BACK BY1 FRENCH EryPhysician, Surgeon and Dentist to (i-e Two Dollars - TeMnth To Hold Combined Rehearsal Today Caart and Chorus of "Tres Rouge" to Drill at Union This Evening The first combined rehearsal of the cast and chorus of the Union opera, "Tres Rouge." will be held...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…Ti-IE MiCHIGAN DAILY Our Sultiug& aure lie chcest se 1 : kcbi he product f is w ho mainbt iR a r u- WVE. INIV ITEIA VIST G. H . WIDCOPANY ,DING MERCHANT TAILOR}IS S F'ATE STI. NVEW and SLCOND HAD I. P. Loose L af NoteBoos .Oflicial newtspar t t h!ePt Inko,:,its r0' NI "ch igan. IPubish#ed z vct y n F, lgc ce. Monday duvti .;.g rhe uTi""-crsiiy year. I!;ntered at .the pOt-Offi~xce at Ann r1-i~ra "secrond-eiass niatrer. ilo <:ffices: Ann ...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .- > _..v t : ,...,.,y:... ,. ' ; /_1 :JLL ;-- ( 4 Sr " ,, IL I1 P, %-r ILL [V i!tt f tlI~ It _- _--- P {I4 i I .4 ., ,...,....._ . ... ...,... ._ .. ..,_.....w..s __...... ... .. ... _.._ .... .. ..._._, ... ..,.. ,.....1...,. ..... .. .... . ..,. . E t, :.,n., .. .. .. ..,.. . .w BASEBALL TEAM BEGINS BATTING PRUCTI C ODAY Coach Liondgren Announces Men Who Are to Appear List ofI Batting practice be...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

…THE MlICHIGAN DAILY We ter to Those Wh -Dmand the BEST in L and Service [PHONE8 7 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER I The Famous Shoe Repal a' 301 South State Street U "s U. ii . ,;. ..d. ..... satisfactory bill is opened xroe Weber Girls, who intro-1 vel and clever acrobatic act. _and Mason, a couple of :ers, warm up the audience start. They have a lot of gs and stories that they put n original manner. ~eMusical MacLarens.. one four womne...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

…TTIF MICHIGAN DAILY 'Icn s Clothling Saic, Cabinet and 12 Selections Divided into three lots W/4a.m./3 ear m '/2 F Spring Hats, and Caps are now on display Only $27.95 A Now Absolute tone control tall at Double Spring N' Headquarters Colombia Wadhams &Co'sCorner' Main Washington Sts. VDocas ter Shows over the coat in back; low sharp, smart curveaway, front; good knot and slide space 2for 25c CL.UETT. PEABODY &$C0.. Inc~. Make...…

February 29, 1916 (vol. 26, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…DA IL Y 'I_ BUY A C 1 Mr. Michigan Student: ur Best Opening the Homlyke Phonograph Parlors down town doesn't mean that I am going to give up Ph 'ography to Michigan Students. It only means that I am going to try harder to please you-hoping to gain your patronage at one store by fair treatment at the other. The element of pride an d Tailored Suit. cut and nyade to the cause such a suit will Special Club Offer Opportunity to Purchase a ...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…2T4 r -J t t Jar V DAY AND MGH SEE VIC] ;.: ' 4 .. - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. -Z)- F. L. A. STRAUSS PPROVES DORMS Louis A. Strauss, who has just I from the conference of deans isor's of men, where a resolu- xoring university control of conditions, when asked as xtent to which the introductian 's dormitories to Michigan change the present situation Petition for Bladkets for Varsity Men Allowed; Hockey and Swi...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…Univer. to the.use for or not otherwise °d therein iigan, as second x. of American living certain manners and methods of selection have grown up and have become so firmly rooted that their endurance is assured. And the rest of' us must attempt to adjust ourselves to the rules of the game. ONE KIND OF INEFFICIENCY What is\he use of preparing a lesson that is to be learned and then to be forgotten as quickly as possible by the student? Yet a ...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…and the. little attention iletics. The lecture is open and women of the Univer-j PlTRICIA PESSES" NAME Of JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY, I w(fomen l l ,.,. ,,, Graduate Visits Sick Sister TRADITION BEGAN MEDIUM FOR RULES IN 1946 CLASS ASI ears in South Katherine Norton, '16, is spending d has visited K, s there. His the week end in Ann Arbor. Her sis- rimarily in a ter Marguerite Norton, '18, now a sen- ersities them- for nurse at St. Joseph's...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

… _ " - , . .' viii /, THAT "REP"- f--THEN TRY THIS h a thing as a univer- We humbly suggest that an honor fn. Either some amen aau u. uiu avu u i apus are ignorant of the y are wantonly doing their sgrace their alma matet's . It is more ,pleasing, at1 to excuse the hissing epi- phenomena resulting from rance, than to suppose that, igan men have been show-. or sportsmanship with full of the reflection which such; I;s upon the Universit...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 5

…THREE GREz :.a is x x. n d ISM rlrwreru.i rrNar rr I i.. e rree erer.rIrY "I" (By Bob Angell) Butch Freomke at indoor baseball around the track a few times, young- practice-"Why do " they .call this a ster." cage, coach?" J Clever member of '23-"How can 1, Coach Lundgren--"Because the flies sir? It's perfectly continuous." can't get out." - - Come on, you Phi Beta Kappa This is not an ag of ceremony. pledgemen. Get those, all-A brains The ...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

…' H1A ' J 6UTA 6 UIN SUNDAY 11:00 a. m.-Cabinet club meets at the .1 , Union for election of officers. Wil 3 :00-Twilight recital in Hill auditor- ium. Complimentary. - 4:30-0. W. Ewald, '01, present general secretary of the "Y" for South Am- erica speaks to Des Moines dele- CH 1 gates in Lane hall. 5:30-Hobart guild serves lunch in * ap- Harris hall. e of 6:00-Social half hour at fhe Baptist .d to guild. Mr. E. S. Hildreth \of China' will s...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

…GARY 1 [V migan -A6-AF l SECTIO TWO .d I~ X. No. 1Q5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920 PRICE THREE CENTS N HISTORY 'HAN MERE ERH ON SEAL S GIVEN COLLEGE [NAL ORGANIZA- TION [NAL FACULTY OF O MEN FORMS STAFF Clains First Site of Univer- Board of Regents Estab- hed in 1837, Fixed Tate By Paul A. Shinkinan iu know when your University "Easy! you say, "Take a lok at, the University seal and read 18" ' i ,unfortunately, (fo...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

…ge Successes ; Be Feature Ofers Morality Play Wh e Bills Clever Comedy Drama By Tom Whinery perfections attained by t in its brief active existen ,n two decades will be t sed by the varied screen e ,+ hawill ha nrantp( th der at a charity bazar. Among the bidders are three rivals for her hand an actor, a poor physician, and a mil- lionaire. The latter wins but the kiss is a disappointment. The setting of the story is lavishl3 ile beautiful. S...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

…isicians To Apfear Here s, In Concet And On Approaching flay Festival eler, James Hamilton t Dieterle Will Rep. .t School of Music By Edna Lucking ApelI an brilliant stars in the musical 1d, both vocal and instrumental, 'esenting the Chicago and Metro- tan -grand opera companies, the versity School of Music, and also er independent luminaries will ap- r as soloists in concert or in the ;s of the 1920 May festival which take place May 19, 20,...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 10

…life atid' ecked civ-11 1iii PLAORM STIAN PRECEPTS E OF GREAT, PAIGN ilization. "Wherein the Interchurch move- ment helps: To make 100 per cent Christian Americans. To raise the Christian ministry above the poverty line. To "carry on" after the war with the lessons learned through allied Christian service to the men in the war. To harness fact-power, prayer- power, money-power and man-power to perform the -Christian task set by the world's...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER UNSETTLED; PROBABLY S-NOW TOIDAY SiAr :4Iui1 j I GIVE T FOREIGN REL I- FUND I VOL. XXXIV No. 109 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE C -....._. RPUBLICAS PUSH DEMNDSTO OUST RENEWED EFFORTS TO SECURE DAUGHERTY'S REMOVAL PLANNED DELAY IN RESIGNATION OPPOSED BY SENATORS Students Appoint Committee To Investigate Sallade Case Following an indignation meeting a vote ...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 2

…IE MICHIGAN D. ILY I - - - TO SPEAK Dainty Creature In Fair Parade LII President of (Canton III-histian Villeg'e is Known as Engineer And Author WILL ATRESS IJNIYEBSITY SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING Dr. Charles E. Edmunds, presidentj of Canton Christian College, China, and considered one of the most suc- cessful engineers and educators, will be the speaker at the next University Service to be held at 7:30 o'clock Sn- day evening in Hill audit...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN (DAILY I 1_.. -.,.-r..... ~ JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY TICKETS IN DEMAND BOX OFFICE SALE TO BE _L&RC1Jf 11.1.) AT HILL Ati-DITO IU-If HELD) More than 250 applications for tick- ets for the 20th annual Junior Girls' play, "Thank Your Madam," which the class of 1925 will present March 18-22, at the Whitney theater, have alreadyl been received. The mail order sale closes March 8 after which the tickets will he sent out. Tickets wi...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1192, ICIAL N~EWSPAPER Of THE UNIYERISITY OF MICHMIAN iblshed every morning except Monday g the University year by the Board in ol of Studient Publications. mbers of Western Conference Editorial ciationl. ie Associated Presse is exclusi~ely en- Ito the ute for republication of all news ttcbles credited to it or not otherwise ted in this paper and the local news nub d therein.. ttered at the pos...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 5

…NA- 29, 1N'4 RY2 4THE MICHIGAN DAILY _____A ac Ly't- ti tf 1 : . , rr,, s3 4 A~+. }rr4 I t tir etr'. ' tx , k . ." y - +, : iy , of the Newo So-,,turday s 1 r l '4- ::- 2 1V~ 'A 'A. r ' A . , .. k'i'p r. __ r 1 'f Compare favo'~bly, with clothes of other manufacture fangiti from $45 to $75 .Daile, Boone G69d Clothes :will be sold exclusively at the Esanay Clotes Sho),forincrly &hci"der's Clothingf, Store. R B3 CI'othecs'lh...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

…"'' _.___.THEMICHIGANDAILY 0 r"""w r r,, ........ et r "'. _.e____.._. . ._ CK TEA EAVES FOR RELAYS AT URBA A AR ght Workout Ends Two Months Per- iod of Training for Illinois Carnival OLVERINES DOPED TO PLACE AIGH IN INDIVIDUAL EVENTS After going through a light work-I it yesterday afternoon, 17 members the Varsity track team who will at- nd the Illinois relay carnival at rbana Saturday werb pronounced mady for the meet ...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - - I .4ow- ..- .. F I COLUMN CLOSES, AT 3 PA NEW CLASS BEGENNING TOMORROW AT 1:O P. I. For pupils of the ward and high schools. Eight one-hour modern class les- sons, $5.00. __ 1 Building Progress , ,. the new power house and the heating tunnel has been completed to con- nect with the north end of this build- ing. Most of the mechanical euip- wnent has been ordered for the new rpower house and it is expecte...…

February 29, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 109) • Page Image 8

…___ ___ __ ___ ___ _HE MICHIGAN -DAILYE OFFICIAL BULLETIN ILlI Cercle Fr zlc :is Play ;ceasaFriday, 4:00 'ocb'o,, Cercie Fraiicaiis ro011mS. Jihii lI. 3tuys keii Nr. Lodge's Eloquence Fid I ~An Unappreciative tListener IWH AT IS GING ONI Columbus' Rival Sighted Dry Lan a peculiar Ala blcation lu, the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of University. Copy received by the Assistant tc the ; :owdept uu~til '4 p. M. (11: 30 a. m...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…,ESTABLISHED 1890 -.g . 47 4 MEMBER PRESS VOL. XXXVIII, No. 112. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, S EMN ESI)AY, FEBRUARtY 29, 1928 EIGHT PAGES 9main 0UIN WILD DEMONSTRATION TO FEATURE AITIlDTVTf 1111011NOMINATIONS AT GRIDIRON BANQUET LABOR ttUIHOITflIITo By I. IW. C. manded by such an office. Past htold- Evorything from the oald-time cor- Iers of the valued utensil have in- S I 11 O IH CONSTITUTION (ner Dutch band to frenzied demon- luded such men...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 2

…P'ACE T'WO - THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. VP,,nRTTARY 29. T.......AC. ..AM....T.V ......... .li. ...?T.......c 1 , l , i, ut3ltl it I1 x r;P, nr ,TofielNoTn1 Tqp[iin DN StateBorToGv University f'und rTo MICICA RDIONIGT xtend Power Linesj Four rAitnos ncOfficialhasobeen madle that oort t ri~ fhias~( ( iealie St ate Adminristrative Board has re- Shri Talus4Toroain leased t.)he IUniiversity of Michigan i Frda'sIrIr.i the rumn of $85,460 fr...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY,. PA r.r. TI4R . THE MICHIGAN DAILY~ DAfl'I~ n't31va~U J. ~ *21 J. A.A.L~*24J m t KRAV ANNOUNCES UN FOR OPENlING Of B E 25 AS DATE SET ' EXCEPTION TO STATEMENTS ABOUT EUGENICS TAKEN MADE BY SHULL The University biological camp which is held in the summer on the shores of Douglas lake will open on June 25 and continue until August 17 next summer, according to a re- cent announcement ...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

…PAGE rOUTt TTIn ?VTTC' AM TMATT V 'LX7TT1\2T L:1 TY A 't7 T: T".tTl'f'f tT x Y t1 ttn rt ,, nr, ?AGE FOiUR lstLVIllaIW1')NP25l )AY, FEBRUIAR~Y 29}, 192S Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- itled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not oth...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

…THP. MTC.HTCAMfDAILYV PAGE F'IDE -sxrTi\7; TIA V 43VMPlfTT A *fl'V 9.ql1 AWN i W 9SVV i~ l , i 1!i l5J1UA1LY Li, 1'.l G - 1 L L. 1V11\.1 .- AtAA f A.-'i - * Carnval Ass Ar PfflflPTSTUDENT LA UDS FRIENDSHIPS FORMED' Ati k NATONL IGHSCHO L RCESRA O AV I str~ ' Lst ArUvTOCORECS TATMET!WITH EUROPEANS N ON OPEN ROAD TOUR' CAM~P' IN NORTERN M ICIIIGAN THIS SLIMMER Holses HveWoSADOIJT [[AGUlE [UNDSi ytl~ "l~lanll l di deur. Torgar~niied nre ret...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

…P'AC H ISX~ THP MTrT4MAN nATT V "WTIT)XlPgT)AV T+VTIP.TTARV 99 1A9R 1 t r-3 L' l Ml l i- 1. ~ M f A YVA A L,. ~ A '. 1 L '.Jr" 1 1'N 1 -.'f 1 L . . I T X T i cr V I'i T) ) T V )f f' Q L L J J J AU+. '.Is iI~ WOLVERINE - ' , S MPM UAD A S VWISCUN.,.IN, 31 FIRST VICTORY COMES Oosterbaan ains Individual Big Ten Scorl, IN FINALENCOUNTER Hart, Nygord, Josep 11All Score For Wolverines In Opening Period; Jones Stars Defensiely MASON AV...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 7

…I THE, ~MTCi-TTCAMNFATLY .- rAOr EVEY1N wT1' T'f TAV Y i t-T4RTTA R.Y 2!}_1 t)2 v r Y 2Ltv J2v JJt , I ) CI'. n'su v x'' :, a- "'aa .aa ~ -a a e-.i VARSITY NATATORS j14CRIl ~li[TIE FOB Ko T HKInos . A in d N rthw ester n~ A re A lsw victory. TIC DERIDES "'SPORTS MYTH"lp )ftlIEti Li fomilPage Six) fc-, and unpleasant traits are tout under terrific stress farI i MORIARITY'S HURLERS GIVENII FIELD I NfGlDRILL ([By N scit I Prss) LEADINL...…

February 29, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 112) • Page Image 8

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