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October 03, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

….J e Michigan Da -I y IDCJAY NIGHIT IHAS BEEN A TRITEL V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. PRICE FIV] No. 4. PRICE FlY r 1 SHAKES ITY IN JLR ANVFLL IPROVES STEAI)ILY Condition at Present Warrants Hope For Recovery. -From now on Dr. Angell will im- prove steadily, if nothing unexpected interferecs," said Dr. James F. Break- ey, last evening,.' 11e rested easily last night, follow- ing a rather bad day. His desire to re...…

October 03, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

….THE MIICHIIGAN DAILY. n. WILD CO. rHE LEADING R.CHANT TAILORS We offer to you the tailored suit possible e most suitable price. kmanship the best. -y su~.it built to fit, stock of w oolens of iighest quality. The Tecxt-Rooks New and scoad11eai I all DRAING INSTRUMENTS We callsave ycn nmoney by buying tlhe Richter Brand. LOG LOG SLIDE RULES Ask to se ourSpecial $i.'5 FOUNTAIN PEN I. Y. NOTE-BOOKS The Original Loose-L eaf. All kinds of Studen...…

October 03, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I We are glad to be able to link up our local reputation with the national reputation of such a firm as Stein-Block. If you need a suit or overcoat you should inspect Liindenschmi tt, Apfel& Co.'s clothes., The greatest variety of Mackinaws in Mich- igan., Prices from $7.50 to $15.00. - :. ,1. , v Y 1 l ,. yy ! ! a f ^ \O,! ,\ F a~ " t r !! yl se New Hats f4rom the (Ii f> 4 } a oij~rthe Fall* I I i MACKINAW Buy yo...…

October 03, 1913 (vol. 24, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

… 1. .ti LW al Shoes EVERY NEW MtIHIGAN MRAN W11 exwntua ly know L YN D ON, 719 North University Avenue Photographer to Michigan Students Eastman Kodalis a d Photo Supplies, D~evelopinig and Printing. Tlfindnie ex- clusivdly 1Photograph1ic. E┬▒ighit years exrc1inCe. Most imodern mnethods. lFxperl- enc-d 1h('l1. 3cst results obtainabOle. I (lo more work than all others in Ann Arbor conibinued--because( it i Ione right. That's my particular b...…

October 03, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…'an 1 J 1 y I2,5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATZURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. PRICE k A :t FII0AN vs. C1ASE Case 8. Case 5. Case 6. Case 6. tigan 48, Case 6. Zigan 31, Case 0. ilgan 33, Case 0. tigan 36, Case 0. igan 28, Case 0. igan 9, Case 0. igan 16, Case 6. ligan 3, Case 0. .igan 3, Case 3.. igan 24, Case 0. igan 34, Case 0. iigan 48, Case 0. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ERS TO :OR YEAR PEACE A4SSEMBLY CONVEINES OUCT. 15, Many Org...…

October 03, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…- , - ~ - ~ERB&AND CT.A1S OFFICES. at kr Case. ountain Pens. i SPS Special Self-filling Pen > ' , tty men are frequently put into chass offices. Perhaps this explains 10o gnantly why class offices are consid- E ered petty. There are broad-minded men on the campus, and these men are Bookstore all in classes, of course. But they seldom get. interested deeply in class =--administration. Some contend that this is because able-minded students grad...…

October 03, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…Al STUDENTS We are ready to show you the best line of Things You Need Today Most of you young nme who read this ad kno' good style I Men's Suits, Overcoats, Balmacaans, Raincoats, H~ats, Caps and Furnishings Shown in the City T OOTH brushes, paste or powder toilet soap, bath soap and nail brush, towels, wash rags and sponges, WRITING PAPER, pens and pencils, Fouutain pens and ink. We have everything that you expect to find in a drug stor...…

October 03, 1914 (vol. 25, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

….. .. I at once UDENTS. sus Generals, Snow, Ie s. As a loyal reservist ned to the colors, and 1 engagement with the . 29th, the opening of Lyndon Sells the New Diamond Dise Phonograph The Edison is the latest and greatest improvement in Sound Reproducing Instruments 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 b...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…[ I .4 G V.Ut AAA AMS~I li-J~ )UDY, PROBABLY RAIN ER. w Z 7 ILiAN ....A, '" , n t UNITED : DAY AND N THE ONLY MORNING PA ANN ARBOR .A ....... . .. ............... 7I No. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1916 PRICE FIVE lAx R UNION PICKS 'BIG COMMITTEES FOR FALL CAMPAIGN MEMBERSHIP LIST EXPECTED TO BE RECORD-BREAKER OVER PRECEDING YEARS LARGE NUMBER SIGNED UP Employment Bureau, Students' Diree- tory, Freshman and Roomin...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…xj r (.,/ t r " "" TENTION STUDI Ve are now in a better position to serve yot ore. Wecan save you money. ENTS ur wants than SEEING IS BELIEVING Sbta Allmendinger Music Shop 122 B. Liberty Si. .. i 1692 SPECIAL ON UKULELES llliiriirrtrlnfrnrrrllirirru rrirrrrru rrrrrrrr Illllllillllllllllllll VNIVEISITY TEXT BOOKS "____ DRAWING INSTILUMENTS SVPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Fi Slater Book Shop - ETROIT UNITED LINES n Detroit, Anne Arbor and Jac...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

… I 1' 14' rnmi i* T FOR TWO YE) -Coach Fielding L LLTH OF LINEMEN IG TENS PROSPECTS R 1616 AR New Faces Expected on Forward call With Promising Material' In Every Position ANN MUST STRUGGLEI FOR OLD JOB AS CENTER rks' Showing in Practice Him in Lead for Pivot'S Job * * * * * * * MICHIGAN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE. Puts * viarietta ,College.. ....Oct. 4 -ase Scientific School ...Oct. 7 arroll College ......Oct. 11 vt. Union College ......Oct...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…-Dorothy Bernard and hite in "Sporting /utt and Jeff cartoon. r-De Wolf Hopper in ." Triangle Comedy. er in "Never Again." * * * * * * * *k * *k wireless telegraphy, is enthusiastic about "Experience," which will be of- fered at the Whitney theatre, Friday night, Oct. 6, Saturday afternoon and night, Oct. 7, and says: "Experience" strikes a new note. It is an absorb- ing and thrilling ground of vivid realism. Seldom have I seen a play which ...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

….UL Special building foundations have Rbeen constructed on the west- end of the basement for the installation of a swimming pool, 75 by 35 feet. Al- though the pool itself will not be con- ers, and structed this year the regents realize , Steel Lock( s to Be alled "s I YEARI G POOL THIS nan gymnasium will be com- nd ready for use in about eeks, according to the con- who have been remodeling the and Dr. Geo. A. May, physi- tor of the .Wate...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… IIL LIJI ing Will Not s to TO NEW PARTS the campus improvements attracting much interest is on the new library building. ' of the. students know the is being followed in the on of the remodelled build- here is a great deal of cur- to the nature of the excava-- being carried on. of the new building will be re the present excavation is and with them the work of le library, even while it is istruction, will be carried of these wings will be bu...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…vl AA AX-]l 14 !t11jL I Q 00 " 0 o 0- QQ p~ 0 BY sPiia arangemenz t wthF Ziecfaid it G EORGE KE i/liepmm tA GL tomb AMM 9 i i low% RON^ upportedby rNYKOl L. A' ionPicdar No* B Mr.&dmrp RUPERfT HUGHES I Shown for the First Time THURS D A Y I S i I THIS announces the first presentation of George Kleine's greatest cinematographic achie v e me n t--th e most costly, most elaborate motion picture novel ever pre- sented-Billie B ...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…LUUINL HUMLH IU 51SNG OCTO.BER 12 'y 0 7I Celebrated Contralto Will Appear in Initial Concert Given in Hill Auditorium Tuesday morning Block "B" at $3.50, and on Wednesday morning Block "C" at $3.00 will be placed on sale, while tickets for single concerts may be purchased Wednesday afternoon at $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00 each. Course tickets for Block "A"-"B"-"C" will contain a cover coupon to the value of $3.00 each when exchanged for a May...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…ANING PRESSIN REPAIRING ALTERATIONS OF ALL KINDS Suits Cleaned and Pressed O'coats ii ~6 ii ii - 75c - 75c - 35c Suits Pressed O'coats 25c 25c 10c Trousers " Trousers " L. E. O'CONNOR & CO. TAILORS 619 E. WILLIAM STREET NENT STUDENT NES TRADITIONS THE FRESHMAN en traditions which have ;ten down at various occa- he past, have been collected or Student Council member y official capacity), and sub- The Michigan Daily. en th...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

… ,.Ar.r_ LITY SHOE REPAI AY SERVICE SHOE~S CALLED F=OW ANED DELIVERED PHONE 699-W 1114 S. University Ave. I F IENCE U ILDIN FULLY EQUIPPED ding Contains Latest Ma- Work in All Seientifie Lines al Science building, the he largest building on the 1 start this season with nt practically complete. ig was finished for the the University last year pment of the building was tate of completion that it racticallythe only thing. finished...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…?HE MICHIGAN DAILY o. l V. The most enviable reward of those who try to do their best is to excite the sym- pathy of intelligent men. So the makers of s -mart C(ther may - ~'A~,4u'l4' 324 So. State and 1123 So. University We do our best at both stores to give you Calkins Drug Co. Two Stores 11 what you want, as you want it. Drugs, Kodaks, Soda Water, Candies reap their reward in thr k nledo e of the j, 4/ f ._ .- . , 4 _ 2 ,4...…

October 03, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…d NDO N Estdal(se EAD s 904 LEADS Sheehan's \I { WOATEN Our windows are full of the season's authoritative styles. Conservative staples and pop- ular Novelties. No matter what your taste, we can serve you. Widths A A to E, and salesmen who will fit you properly. while others follow. Kodaks andt Amneteur suapplies Finishing 719 N. Uiveralty Ave. " " . NEW MANAGEMENT 2 Brown do, Tan 6 and $7 Hoff ste tte r 's Walk-Over oot Shop 115 5....…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER FAIR AND COLDER AV 4iw m4li A!a tr t an ijait ASSOCIATEI PRESS DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,. 1917 PRICE THREE _ _ OPEN HOUSEI IRES SUCCESS ITH YEARLINGS EN LEARN "VICTORS," ARSITY" AND YELLS; ATHLETES TALK IEN URGE FROSH TRYOUT IN SPORTS e University Game Squarely," Exhortation of Professor Henderson te the ravages of sophomores var path, the University Y. M. eld its scheduled open h...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 00 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Officia newspaper at the University :of: Michigan . Published every morning except Monday during the university year. Entered at the postoffce at Ann Arbor as second-class matter. Offices:Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- scriptions: by carrier, $2.50; "by mail, $3.00. Want ad stations: Quarry's; Students' Sup- ply Store; The Delta. Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414. Communications no...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…w . THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE PAqE )ITT SCRMMGE TO PREPARE FOR CASE BS FAIL TO HOLD DOWN FIRST TEAM IN SECOND FALL MIX-UP ish and Wieman brought home acon in the second scrimmage e year between the first and I squads yesterday afternoon. i scored two hard-earned touch- and Wieman came through a goal by place kick from the d line. r + .. kicking by himself when scrimmage started, and booted the ball over the bars a few dozen times before h...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, ( WITORICAL RULE 15 FOUR-YEAR MEN ,. GIVE NEW ASPIRANTS BETTER CHANCE FOR DEBAITES A > student is eligible for the Var- debates who has been in college over four years or who has par- iated in two intercollegiate de- s, according to a new intercol- ite ruling which has been receiv- y the Oratorical association. 'his while it will undoubtedly lower standard of the debates, will never- ess give new aspirants ...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…THE MTC11-41C;AN DAILY PAGE FIVE l THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FiVE oil I MEN PREPARE SUPPLY SERVICE Women Reporters to Form Sewing Circle in Mfichigan Daily Office ATTEMJPT AT SUICIDE E-NDS BELGINEXPAINS11FATALLYFOR C. ROBERTSON n019S DQEDAQATlIl itClaude 13. Robertson, a student at the University, who attempted to com- mit suicide some time ago, died at the Robertson took bichloride of mercury in Forest Hill cemetery but did not die imme...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, DANCING e Packard Academy every and Thursday evenings, 7:30 beginning October 8th. Also on in modern dancing. Ad- per couple 50c; single 25c. lessons by appointment.- tf. iize Our Advertisers.-Adv. Michigan. Dames After More Members The society of Michigan Dames has started a campaign for new members by hanging placards advertising the society in all the buildings, with slips of...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…917 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGn -- i PROF. A. .WHITE ENTERS ARMY ENGINEERING CORPS EXPERIMENT UPON MOTAL OF NITROGEN FROM AIR RE- Prof. A. H. White of the chemical en- gineering faculty left last night for Washington where he will take up his duties as a captain of the nitrate division of the army engineering corps. Congress recently appropriated $20,- 000,000 for the, erection and main- tenance of laboratories where the fixa- tion of nitrog...…

October 03, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, I , _ , ' Before a Jury You know that your appearance is always on trial. Every man you meet is both judge and jury of how you look. Are you guilty of a faulty selection in your ,clothes? Do poor fitting clothes stand against you? If so, why not acquit yourself, win the verdict and be declared a good dresser? Let us become your tailoring counsel-we'll win you that verdict if we make your clothes. DRESS SUITS F...…

October 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…p4,W rr Pail11 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE -1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918 PRICE THREE 0TH FOR S BUYERS NEWBERRY HALL WILL BE ADDI. TIONAL RECRUITING CENTER STUDENT SUBSCRIPTION. BELOW PROPER SHARE Student Body to Be Canvassed i City Fails to Attain Quota by Saturday A tent for use in recruiting volun- teers for the Fourth Liberty loan will be erected in a conspicuous place on the campus today. The office in New- berry hal...…

October 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…[CHIGAN DAILY OU NIVERSITY OF MICHIGANHE Published every morning except Monday during the universty year by the Board in Control of Student Publications MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATVED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled tthe use for republication of all news dis- ates credited to it or not otherwise credited nthis 'paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second class ma...…

October 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r CNFIERCEMEETS TODAY IN CHIAGO Prof. Aigler to Represent Michigan in Called Session of Big Ten Oficials COMMITTEE TO REPORT AFTER CONSULTING WITH GOVERNMENT Status of Football in West May Be Settled; Minnesota Game Uucertain The status of football at Michigan as well as other Conference schools is still uncertain. Prof. Ralph W. Aig- ler left yesterday for Chicago to at- tend the meeting of Big Ten officials which will be...…

October 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…It, IV1tANVI itlLaI I nl: LIU ILIL. OF MORE THAN .DY AT REGIS OFFICE following members of the S. A. can secure their military papers Registrar Hall, by calling after 2 k in the afternoon. Additional will be printed daily. ndrath, Walter C. er, William V. .anson, Roy E. r, Lloyd H. ich, Morgan C. rd, LeRoy asser, Earl H. erson, Donald L. erson, Henry Hart erson, Kenneth J. .erson, Lovin M. rews, Walters E. nd, Albert M. , Dale R. strong,...…

October 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…"HIGAN DAILY A 11 ..._._ Rood, Emmor P. Rosenthal, Arthur M. HER ve) t J. A I. 'ederick alter L. Alland S. Ralph H. d D. aymond F. k D. Earold E. ris W. hur E. N. Ross, Glen A. Ross, John W. Roth, Edwin A. Rowell, Wilfred J. Rubin, Isadore Ruihley, Elliott F. Runmler, Ernest E. Russell, Wilford B. Ryan, Bernard L. Sallwasser, Milton J. Sander, John Ferdinnand Schlosser, Walter B. tSchneider, Joseph J. Schnorbach, Philip W. Scholnic...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…III A -I ,, r . ,i r= : t tn t Al FA DAY AND N101 SERVIC] ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919. PRICE _ t,. L_ S EDGE I1 VIC. Hurl Icago; ce Loses 7 8 9-R.H.E. 2 0 0- 2 9 1 0 0 x- 4 4 2 ciated Press) 2.-The Cincinnati heir grasp on the today by defeating e Sox 4 to 2. ' They >r'e games to win the 'eloped in the eries a habit of rth. There is at it, for in this e fourth's means RooIn Campaign 'rings Results Alread...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…tti LC try-stan cess or who only call themselves innocent s, he need not worry. NEWSPAPEROF ITHE UNIVERSITY OF MICHfIGAN Iery Inorjningexcept'Monday during The Univer- Bloard in Control of Student Publications. BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ted Press is exclusively entitled to the use for all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise paper and the local news published therein. the' postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second by carrier ...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…line with the ball under his arm and hastening around behind the goal posts with it. Weadock, who got in toward the- latter part of the' play, also annexed a touchdown, making a total of four counters for the Var- sity. OTHEItS ven wh. rk for1 ,yn into; in a f of Mit Too Early for Predictions Cress was sent in to take Duke' ich Dunne's position on the extreme left the for a while and Jqhnson was shift- ac- ed to center when Culver needed a ...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…I)I VIII -I P, i Representatives of Michigan were given an opportunity to show their superiority in competition at the Chin- ese Students' conference of the middle west section held at Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 1 to 10. Of the 130 delegates at the conference, 13 represented Mich- igan and the latter were able to cap- ture first honors in track, oratory, and singing. The track championship was won by the Maize and Blue delagation, F. C. Liu, Tsa...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…hat his company will now be able to end their men over on leave of ab- ence to secure this training, which ill render them available for intel- gent transportation service with the 'a c k a r d p e o p le in m u c h le s s tim e th a n w u d b o s b e o h r i e h s i le spirit of the whole course-co-op- ration with highway men and others iterested outside of the University ,s weU as the undergraduate and raduate student ,body, to provide ained...…

October 03, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

…WHAT'S GOING ON i I er ANNOUNCEMENT / / Friday 11:00-'20 Laws hold class meeting in room G Law building. 2:00-'22 Laws hold class meeting in room C Law 'buildng. 4:00-'21 Laws hold class meeting in room 'E LaW building. 4:34-Cheer leader try-outs at UIuon. See C. E. Bottin. 7 :1I5-Alpha Nu Debating society meets in its rooms at University hall': S:00-Reception and dance for Epis- copalian students in Harris hall. Admittance by invitation...…

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