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September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… From The President of 'eturning students and to those who are now beginning for the first ir University life, I expend a.most cordial anti hearty welcome. You us in large and increasing numbers; but the people of our great .erous Commcaiwealth willingly provide for all who come. While ersity was founded and is conducted primarily for the higher educa- he youth of Michigan, she opens her doors to all, wherever ' theli' ho seek what she can g...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…ready the Union has taken steps to reduce exor- bitanit rates and it' is expected that its action will bring re~sults within a fe'w days. It remains for more people to open their homes to the students. There are hundreds of additional room~s that would; be available if more houses were opened. The faculty members alone could place 200 rooms at the disposal of students. Certainly it is the, loyal duty of everyone who has accom- modations to lis...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…'Al 9 -- - Coach |SHIFT COCH MITCELL TO INTERCIASS SPORTS Captain "We Try T Treat You Rig We take this opportunity o WILL REMAIN WITH GdIDTRON MEN PRESENT FAE Al11 ing a welcome to all returning hI ag Coar-h Elmer Mitchell, who has n Tworked for two years in placing Mich- k igan i-n the basketball world and who g has . guided the freshman squads Chrou=h their days of infancy on the gridiron and diamoM, may .shift his is duties fro...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…DES SAILORS ARE [ZING FLOATING BANK pt..28.-What is said to floating savings bank in w has more than 100 de-' ording to a recent state- stmaster Hagel,twho es- e institution to serve eat Lakes steamers pass- the Detroit river. The ranch of the Detroit Pos- bank andis carried on t C. F. Bielman, Jr. it has been the custom 'ors to do 'their banking ers of their vessels, prin- veland and Duluth. Many rs, finding this responsi- other means' o han...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

… I_ r V i What Will You Take? Rhetoric 1, Math. 1, History lA,. French 1 AND 4 r t t. ~Iatj U Make it part of your course, where all cam- pus notices and events are published. Follow Michigan's Football Team, and, other athletics through its columns. Know what's doing socially, and where to find it. U 4 1 4; Know Your University Read Its Student Paper I. '1 / This Can you issue is given to you. afford to miss the rest? S...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…le. Already are in the rd the work naevb- nce of the ation this cted to be 308 last y larger. the color ited that ed, which X18-19 edi- put out. ANS KIZATION QUOTIA rILAUED AT =,09VV Detroit, Sept. 27.-Adjutant General John S. Bersey of Michigan states that Michigan's quota in the reorganized national guard will .be 12,000 men. Of these 6,000 will be organized in Detroit in infantry, cavalry and ar- tillery organizations, it is stated. Many ...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…ship IULJ X- POSITION f LI LU ,nce on the lectures is re- all freshmen, and those who roughout the year will re- hour credit. The class will t 3 o'clock every afternoon 'sity hall. ent to The Michigan Daily is the only ppor- means of getting campus, city and o ac- world news in one paper. Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law school has decided definitely to re- main in Ann Arbor, according to statements made by him Saturday.; For more than a y...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…ned about be placed s recently ar the Li- old iper No .Ground for Divore i, Sept. 28.--"Bad temper i ;round for separation-ifi f the people in the worln e separated stat the presen eclared& Magistrate Lankeste es Court, when a woman ap a writ of separation from he declaring he had "an awfu V Is- it 1111111 IlUNIIIImUL. 111 CAMPUS FEATURE SUMMER SESSION, NEW PROFESSORS ON FACULTY; O7'STRUCTION BRISK ON CAMPUS The University closes one of it...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…il Phone 598 I Of inspection PROF. E. D. CAMPBELL MAKES EXPLANATORY STATE. iwENT Regarding the new degree of M.S. in chemistry, Prof. E. D. Campbell has. made the following statement: "The degree of B.S. (chemsitry) was conferred in this University for he' first time in 1886 and for 13 years thereafter continued to be the degree taken by many students strongly specializing in chemistry. ,Soon after the abolition of all spe- cial degrees ...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… rI IFRY Am 'I I Y AA L Al 1 1 113 Al . AI I I I LEJI omeNnlSorL.UIMhoIr bI IRM II 1Sophomoresare reminded to report STUDENTS AT LA ALL to Miss Marion Wood to arrange for - TO FIN- classes and for physical examinations. INCREASED ENROLLMENT CAUSES R.MI-I GREAT DEILAND FORs All members of the intercollegiate committee are requested to meet for POSITIONS a special meeting at 4 o'clock Tues- -- new dor- day at Newberry residence. Co-operation...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…pper has made itself equal with and, other precious metals by in- ng itself in a romance. Hard to ve, it may be, yet William Far- by clever acting has made the rhile dull metal, live in a photo- :ull of action and, featured by a strain that has made it a beaut- romance. 'olves of the Night," is the picture. uum is- the star. The plot is wov- round the spectacular fortune of id States Senator W. A. Clarli. AT THE ARCADE' ere may have been gloom...…

September 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…rPlhn Ar^atln Pn4 n+-;i - +1.-_1 T: 1> 1 1 iOfl S u ,' For s Attached Shirts And Knit Ties 1 N. University Ave rne Araeaeteria in te Nickels Arcade is now open with lots of good fresh vegetables, home-killed pork, etc., from our own farm. The baked goods we prepare in our Bakery. We have not raised our prices.-Adv. Frances Rl.-Caspari, vocal teacher, semester begins Oct. 6th. Room 12 Cornwell Bldg., 203 E. Huron. For particulars call .68....…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Michigan Daily[ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. S * * * * * * * 3 Tuesday Wednesday 256 Thursday 396 Friday 597 Saturday 807, Sunday 891 Monday 128g. SHIP STA. * * * 1)-14 14-15 * 121 108 * 215 197 * 354 366 * 533 554 * 808 828 * 1149 1151 * 1266 1216 * 1670 1643 * 4 I, * * * * * * * * * * VARSITY SCHEDULE. --o- . Sept. 30-De Pauw here. Oct. 3-Case here. * * * * * * :k ;: K: Oct. 10--vanderbilt here. Oct. 17-M. A....…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…r THE MICHIGAN DAILY )uality iness. Our experience o' twen- sively made-to-order work, the he entire supervisions in the cut-- man who measures you are the e our established quality. : ::S S. State St. m V H R S I T Y BOOKS ad Second Hand INSTRUMENTS ir money and buy CHTER BRAND, Rule, $7.50 with Leather Case i Pens. LP. Note Books i Special Self-filling Pen $.50 AN & CO. Students Bookstore ,D LINES TABLE Cars for Detroit--7:1o' 6:...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - Pen besi - -- . 1 . HARVARD GAME IS MICHIGAN'S 'TEST Big Year in All Branches of Sport Is Present Outlook Facing Michigan Coaches and Teams INTERSECTIONAL FOOTBALL CONTEST IS MAIN FEATURE Yost Must Form Entirely New Line Because of Losses by Graduation Athletically, 1914 promises to be the F.W.GROS Our custom tailored clothes are made to your individual order by Ed. V. Price & Co. because there are no other tailors who...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. i Area dia.,e ctive and home-like student restaurant appeared in Ann Arbor opened this year name "The Arcadia." It is on the same d two doors west. 'eciate this large, airy and light dining tely new and fresh. The management ay with the atmosphere of the ordinary The idea has been to make it a home- :he students. t has not changed, the distinctive excell- rcadia will be upheld. There are plants hina is white and glossy, ...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. isip in Theatrical Circles ISICAL COMEDY PPEARS TONIGHT n i r ays Come True", Will be Prt, :eiated on Whitney Stage )ERJC SAINTLEY ilEADS CAST hen l rAms Come True", which trs a_ the Whitney theatre to- is by Philip Bartholomae, author e two farcial successes "Over- and "Little Miss Brown". ? aut:or has indicated the same allty in the book of "When ros Come True" as he did in his s.- He recounts the story of a 01v vou...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____________________ 7 >usiness opportunities for young men, hereby diverting them to the univer- ties. In times of peace and prosperi- y, it is stated, men desire immediate echnical knowledge and a chance to hare in business enterprise, while in imes of social reorganization such as he present, men turn more to the >hilosophic and economic branches. In contrast to the purely problem- tical effects of the war on the unive...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…CHIGAN DIFALY CIHIGAN DAILY in and ake Yourself at Hom U U ling. Billiatd Room=-21 Tables Bowling Room=-8 Alleys Cigars and Pipes i I Huston Bros. was or- rch, 1905, and includ- ie Roscoe B. Huston, n "Si" Huston, '03D, Euston, '05D. They billiards business of I and started business e St., on the 26th of The fixtures included tables and one six for cigars, cigarettes In the summer of d floor of the build- deled and four addi- v...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY e Daily Is LAR AER Paper now The Price is still $2.50 RIBE NO' SUBSCRIBE NOW T H, E IC IGA A LY r _ The nill Roo UNDER HUSTON BROS. JIM PURFIELD, Prop. gular Meals, 25c. 11 to L Supper 5 to 7 Short Orders Orders Delivered Rj S FROM H IMPROVED War Situation licies of lent Emeritus James Burrill returned from the eastern sea- fortnight ago, after a beneficial i at Narragansett Pier, Mount and ...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I STUDENT S We are ready to show you the best line of flIen's Suits, Overcoats, Balniacaans, Raincoats, Hlats, Caps and Furnishin11gs Shown in the City Things You Need Today Msofyuyugmwho read this ad kn( good style T 00 ' TH brushes, paste or powder toilet soap, 1 bath soap and nail brash, towels, -wash rags and sponges, WRITING PAP1RR pens and pencils, Fountain; pens and ink. We have everything that you expect to fi...…

September 29, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - - W. at once Snow, Ice I reservist colors, and t with the pening of Lyndon Sells the New Diamond Disc Phonograph The Edison is the latest and greatest improvement in Sound Reproducing Instrurtaents the world has ever known, .It gives greater volume, better tones-more realistic music-than any other phonograph ever produced. No more needles to change-no more records to be ruined-no more records to be broken. Records that ...…

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