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October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…Sirign ~aI~j. Room For Both .. . . .. ... Z-322 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN TUESDAY. OCT. 3. 1939 PucEFVm i American Republics Pla: Safe Zone For Navigatioi Germany Still Seeks Peac Senators Pittman And Borah Begin Neutrality Discussion By MAk BOYD WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.-(AP)-A history-making Senate debate to de- termine whether this country;should lift its ban upon arms sales to bellig- erents began today with Senator Pittman (Dem.-Nev.) declaring...…

October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…turope's War School Books Arena Shown Of Early Day In Map Exhibit Are Displayc Clements Library Display An exhibit entitled "Early Sc Shows Army Positions Books," but containing articles cluding early nineteenth cer ol 17th Century Charts samplers and a Chinese abacu now on display in the front cor 'Plus ca change, plu c'est le meme of the Main Library. chose"-the more things are changed, The samplers, cloth squares the more they. remain the s...…

October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN sler's Scouts Report Michigan State Played Under INTRAMURAL SPORTS NC _., ,. }_ l :I IN THIS CORNER By Mel Fineberg rngs We Knew .. . he postman rang twice today and us this: sear Corner, see by the papers that you as yet e not gone to work on the world es, same of which will be played Wednesday and continuing for d ays. There is only one way in Bch I can interpret this apparent of Iinterest in what has been re- ed to as th...…

October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ULLIVER'S CAVILS By Young Gulliver Gulliver awoke yesterday morning feeling extremely fraught; and if you've never felt fraught, you've missed something. The immedi- ate cause was a nightmare in which Gulliver had been locked in the stacks of the Library and told to find a book which contained the word whisper unprefixed by the word sibilant. Which turned out to be hard, very hard-the leading character in each of 2,363 nove...…

October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

… They really should have stayed home and studied. They should have prepared their next week's assignments. They should have had their eight hours sleep. They should have written that letter home telling about school and asking for money, instead of wiring for it at the last minute with none of the preferred build-up. But did they? NO! So here we are, pounding away, tliinking up trite sayings, quips of all kinds-and why? Because they went to th...…

October 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 7LASSIFIED ADVERTISING' E MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED LDVERTISING RATES re as of February 14, 1939 er reading line (on basis of rage words to line) for one insertions. er reading line for three or asertions. num of 3 lines per inser- e low rates are on the basis payment before the ad is I. If it is inconvenient for call at our offices to make it, a messenger will be sent up your ad at a slight extra of loc. further informati...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The Weathl Mostly cloudy, warmer ir southwest, possibly showers ex- treme west today. C, 4r 3k igan ~E~aitbr I Editorials Friday's Riot ... The Right Of Mr. Black... VOL. XLVIIL No. 7 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCT. 3, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS M Local Restaurants Serve Unsanitary Food, Check Shows Dr. Lloyd Gates, Health Officer, Says Situation Exceedingly Dangerous Utensils Are Found To Contain Bacteria Mayor Sadler Pledges His ...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…- THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1931 I SUNDAt OCTOBER 3, i~31 Dunham Calls For Michigan Welfare Unit Formation of a Michigan Citizens' Welfare League to promote a sound, adequate and effective welfare pro- gram for Michigan, was proposed yes- terday by Prof. Arthur Dunham of the Institute of Public and Social Administration before the Michigan conference of Social Legislation in Detroit. Speaking before the section on so- cial legisl...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN SUNDAY, OCT. 3, 1937 VOL. XLVITL No. 7 Student Organizations: Officers of student organizations are reminded that only such organizations as are approved by the Senate Committee on Student Affairs may insert notices in the Daily Official Bulletin. Until Oct. 25 last year's list of approved organizations will be used, but after that date only such groups as have qualified for approval this year, by ...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY E MICHIGAN DAILY -I x -1 rI Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the jniversity year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is. exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to Lt or not otherwise credited in this n...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…/ 1937THE. MICHIGAN DAILY Two Meetings Of Assembly Are Arranged Petitioning For Positions On Board Will .Be Held Tuesday, Wednesday Two meetings for non-affiliated women representatives will be held to- morrow in the Undergraduate Office of the League, accordin gto Helen Jesperson, '38, president of Assembly, organization for independent women. The first meeting is to be at 5 p.m., attended by one representative chos- en from each league hou...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

… ...12 N'WESTERN . . 33 NOTRE DAME . 21 ILLINOIS 0 IOWA STATE.. 0 DRAKE ...... .0 DePAUL 0 PRINCETON 0 VIRGINIA .. 26 VANDERBILT. 1 0 CHICAGO.... 0! THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1937 Michigan 6 101 10 5 70 9 2 S C O'R E S EAST 1 Army 21, Clemson 6 Boston College 21, Kansas State 7 Boston 13, Rhode Island 6 Brown 13, Rhode Island 6 New York U. 18, Carnegie Tech 14 Columbia 40, Williams 6 Fordham 66, Franklin and Mar- sha...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

… CENTENARY ... 7 DARTMOUTH . 31 PENN......... 28 PITT ........ 20 CORNELL S. METHODIST . 6 AMfIERST ... 7 MARYLAND .. 21 W. VIRGINIA. 0 COLGATE 40 WASHINGTON . 7 OREGON ..... . 7 CALIFORNIA 7 S. CALIFORNIA . 0 STANFORD .... 6 OREGON ST. ____j SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Stubborn Wolverines Succumb To Spartan Attack 19 To -- - - -- Pass Defense Is Lacking As Pingel Strikes The Dwnage-Doers ASIDE LINES By IRVIN LISA...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…"IGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILYeSm WORLD OF BOOKS arches For A Lost Dream Of Days hen America Was Free .. . nan follies and of shabbly compro- ing at his young son, Dinny, he thinks, rnises which, in the end, managed to "This child will be here after me, oe, somehow, more or less and iron- floig ihu nwig hr ically, heroic." Thisrbrilliantly con-following, without knoning, where I zeived character is the welding force have been before him. And h...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

…CHORAL UNION SUPPLEMENT Alft LL G Ia 1fr iga it SECTION TWO ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1937 Choral Concerts Giving City Fame As Music Cente' 0* _____ _____ Present Concerts Far Cry From Barber Shop Quartet Contests By ELIZABETH R. BRINKMAN The Choral Union as Michigan students know it today is one of this country's foremost choral societies and brings to Ann Arbor a series of concerts during the year and a May Festival ...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDMA mannof ,~ IViolinist Kreisler M dm ca Of5 h Scfs At Secial Had No i IOffCrOfs Hands ©L ' M..<t.,w si . A 3. ? d ....= w. uk.ko: .,. .I .....:.Ad 4cv ..... .3. tw . ... Y, OCT. 3, 1937 Cigna .4essons . One hears from time to time such " G1I " It U__£4 U exaggerated stories of the care viol- mists and pianists lavish one their "Yes, it is quite true that I did not hands, for how many thousands of have a single vocal ...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…13 UUI. ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY tokowski Once Lost Ace Trumpet Player To Big Cop There is a story told of a Stokowski performance of Beethoven's "Leonore No. 3 Overture,' 'in which the dra- matic climax is reached with the ar- rival of the doomed Florestan's rescue' party . At this particular performance all was in readiness; the trumpeter went back" stage, the orchestra passed through the opening Adagio and rushed precipitately on to the climax...…

October 03, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Gina Cigna Talented In Oil Painting Also Madame Gina Cigna's artistic tal- ents first revealed themselves in painting. At twelve she was sent' to the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris to develop this gift. During the six years that she was there she was honored by having the Academy ex- hibit a number of her water colors and oils. "I preferred working in oils-espe- cially I liked doing portraits," she says. One of the best she ...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Partly cloudy today, with moderate southwesterly winds. C, , r A- tilt r 4t g Da r Editorials Three Times And Out ... And Where They Are, Nobody Knows... VOL. XLVII No. 6 PRICE FIVE CENTS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1936 Madrid Makes Final Effort To Save City 'Do Or Die' Is Loyalist Order Of Day To Young Recruits In Line Cabinet Ministers Reported Fleeing Rebel Planes Make Futile Descent On City; Driven Off...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIAXN DAILY SATURDAY, .DAILY OFFICIAL NEW~S.BULLETIN SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1936 VOL. XLVII No. 6 Notices To Members of the Faculty, Staff,1 and Student Body: Attention of leveryone is called to the Lost and (By the Associated Press) Iound Department in the Business Office, Room 1, University Hall. In- Assails M.S.C. Tally quiry concerning lost articles should Of Potatoes' Cost Tbe made promptly at the above men- Itioned office. Articles...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…OCT 3, 1936 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY Stepping Stones To ANew Fooball Renaissance IVEUMANNV /1C T VVL.GGRASW! P/VGEL ZLEV'NY4,eLT U/DI-EY Wolverines Battle Spartans In TraditionalGrid Opener Today State To Try For Third Win Over Michigan Sophomores On Spot As Wolverines Get First Test Of Season 50,000 Are Expected Patanelli Shifted To Right End With Loiko Taking OppositeFlank (Continued from Page 1) as the outstanding freshman on the...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…TEE MICHIGAN DAILY, .. THE MICHIGAN DAILY The New York Times Tells Why -Three Reasons Lead Nation's Number One Paper To Favor Roosevelt- 1936 Member 1937 Associied Colle6die Press Distributors of Cofle~ade Driest Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for repu...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…, OCT. 3, 1926 C H I G A N'p 1) A I LY THE MICHIGAN PAILY Chairman Of League Paper Chooses Staff Mackintosh, Melin, Head 'League Lantern,' New Paper For Women The editorial staff members for the "League Lantern," a new women's paper, were announced yesterday by Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, chairman of the League publicity committee, and managing editor of the publica- tion. Roberta Jean Melin, '38, is to be Miss Mackintosh's chief assistant. ...…

October 03, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY4 OCT. 3, 1936 Communist Leader Is Jailed In Terre Haute il EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS FOR HIGHER GR ADES IN COLLEGE Get the Pen That Never Runs Dry in Classes or Exams ________________-_______________ - -Associated Press Photo. With the iron bars of a cell forming a background, Earl Browder, Communist candidate for President, is shown in jail at Terre Haute, Ind., after his arrest on a vagrancy charge when he arr...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…The Weatier Showers, cooler today. To- morrow fairer, continued cool. Yg lit tan suitl i Editorials Freshmen Should Wear 'Pots'.. The Real Campaign Issue ... VOL. XLVI. No. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Cubs Wi* n Billy Herman's Run An Added Blow To Bengal Hopes 3-0 Behind L.Warneke Star Pitcher Makes Seven Assists, One Strikeout, As Rowe Fans Eight Tigers Play Tight Ball After First Augie Galan ...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…WAGE TWO,.. ~ THE MIt4IGXN DAT TTTTTR,,' 1 AV . OCTOBER s, M5 PAGE TWO ~I1ITJRSPAY, OCTORER 3, 193~ I I !T!!=!M Appoint Juniors Icelandic People's To Head Union Literature Studied Council Posts Two Men Named For Each Of Four Committees To Direct Activities The appointments of the junior members of the executive council of the Union to head the four executive committees directing student activi- ties were announced last night by Wencil A....…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…,,SDAX, OCTOBER 3, 1935 , THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SDAY, OCTOBER 3,1935PAGE TH1LE~ r IORAL V FIFTY-SEVENTH NION ONCE YS I ANNUAL SERIES-- 1935-1936. I 0 ALL -STAR PROGRAMS 10 I - - -- 1. I . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Giovanni Martinelli -- Eide Norena, Soprano Doris Doe, Contralto -- Ezio Pin za, Bass Fritz Kreisler 2.0 3.0 5. 6 . MON DAY, NOVEMBER 11 Metropolitan Opera Quartet in a Program of Solos, Duets...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935 * THE MICHIGAN DAILY Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Con- trol of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MENMBER Associated ollegiate ress -x1934 1935 - MtAOISOWWSCON4SIN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to ...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE THURSDAY OCTOBE ....3..AGE..TV Dean Alice Lloyd Dean Alice Lloyd Addresses Freshmen In First Orientation Talk Lectures Begin At League For New Women College Conduct Is Subject Of Address; Expense Of Sororities Discussed Mrs. Bacher Speaks Modern Sports Clothes Are Strongly Advocated For Campus Wear By CHARLOTTE RUEGER More than 200 freshman women filled the Lydia Mendelssohn T...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…- THE MICHIGAN DAILY TURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935 Wolverines Continue Drills Against Spartan Passing. Attack Kipke Lines Up Yearling Team AgainstVarsity Regulars Also Undergo Offensive Dummy Drill Under Oosterbaan Savage Is At End First Team Line-Up Stays Unchanged; Everhardus To HandleSafety Job That Coach Harry Kipke intends to have his Varsity eleven well-pre- pared for the passing attack that Michigan State is expected to launch in Saturd...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, OCTOR' ERA 3, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN ~FHURSDAY, OCTOBER 3,1935 PAGE SEVEI~ Detroit Drops Series Opener. : With Cubs, 3-0 ton Warneke Shuts Out Bengals Allowing Only 4 Hits (Continued from Page 1) Wins First Handily Play-By-Play Account Of First World Series Game Between Cubs And Tigers Fox rapped a single through the in- second on the play. Owen grounded field to center. Rogell grounded out out, Jurges to Cavarret...…

October 03, 1935 (vol. 46, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…''PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUR§DAY, OCTOBER 3, 1935 PAGE EIGHT THURgDAY, OCTOBER 3,1935 Il Duce Fires I His Nation On Eve Of Conflict: Dictator's Talk Aimed At League; Says All Italy Ready ToFight (Continued from Page 1) actually wanted to bring sanctions against Italy but, he warned: "To sanctions of an economic character, we shall respond with the spirit of discipline, with sobriety, and. with sacrifice. To measures of a mili- tar...…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…'Tie Weather Fair and moderately cool to- day; tomorrow unsettled and warmer; possibly showers. L Sir01igau jIaiIt Editorials Chiseling In FERA Must Be Faced... The Doleful Prophets .. T ±- VOL. XLV. No. 9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1934 1 I PRICE FIVE CENTS Call On Students To Help Remove Rushing Rule Breaches Are Few,_Reports F~a Of Baine Br P dd Members Of Faculty Will Give Lectures Whita Ra. d. Nye Says Countries...…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, THE SCREEN AT TIlE WHITNEY the mysticisms of voodoism, and ini- DOUBLE FEATURE tiated her into the native cult. The "BLACK MOON" subsequent happenings reach an ef- "FIFTEEN WIVES" fective and exciting climax, bringing The current Whitney offering the huhand to the island, and pre- would be much better if "Fifteen cipitating some unusual develop- Wives" had been left off the program, ments....…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Alvin Crowder Will Face Cardinals If Dizzy (,) Hallahan S t ill Possibility To Pitch._Opener If Frisch Chooses Dizzy It Will Be Star's Third Start In Six Days Coc rane Unaifraid Detroit Has Edge Over St. Louis In Speed And Batting Power DETROIT, Oct. 2.-(0P) - Manager Mickey Cochrane announced today that Alvin Crowder, veteran right- hander, would start the first game of the World Series f...…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR T HE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I - . .,, _ =..c.; A I Published every morning except Monday dring the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Association and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER soetted 11 ate ress -1934 U'iorDi7ezt13e MA" WWSCOSI1 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is encl...…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 5

…Y, OCTOBER 3, 1934 THE- MICHIGAN, TT At.T.T.Y wb & ,W*Vft T" . .... _ t THE M TC'T-A E TTr. \'7J 1)E1.,l PGETVv D A.A. Meets To Decide On, FallProgram Medical Exam. Is Required Of Those Participating In Intramural Sports I DIAGONAL _.._ Need For True Appreciation Of Chinese Culture Stressed Exhibit Given Of Painti.s Ofr Detroit A rtis t All but three sororities were repre sented at the first meetng held b: W.AA. Tuesday at the Wo...…

October 03, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…'AGE SIX THE M4ICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1934 Committee Of Five To Head Experts Will Meet Here To Discuss Tuberculosis Plans Dental School Joining other educators of the State1 in approving the plan of the Michigan Ln JTuberculosis Association to tuberculin Lyons, unting, eseric, test and x-ray all high school and Rickert, And Brown Are college athletes before they enter competitive sports, Dr. Warren E. Named To Serve I Forsy...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…,0 The Weather Partly cloudy and warmer warmer Tuesday; Wednesday generally fair. Y Sfr igant ~'ath1 Editorials Rushing Violations; NRA And Fraternity Help. VOL. XLIV No. 8 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCT. 3, 1933 PRICE' FIVE CENTS Fraternities And Sororities May Be Asked To Join NRA Dishwashers' And Waiters' Pay Will Be Probed By N.S.L. Representatives Added Employment Of Students Sighted Houses' Affiliation With Restaurant Code Se...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY 0 VOL. XLIV TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1933 No. 8 NOTICES Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Attendance re- port bards have been sent to the different Departmental Offices, and more may always be had by calling at the office of the Assistant Dean, 1220 Angell Hall. Instructors are requested to report absences in accordance with rules printed on the backs of the cards. Notice to Freshmen: Those stu...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, OCT. 3,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY World Series Opens At Polo Grounds In, I. Giants, Senators Battle In Annual Baseball Classic Betting Odds Almost Even As Developments Favor National League Club Hubbell To Start Cronin Still Undecided As To Opening Pitcher ; Earl Whitehill Favored New York is teeming with baseball fans today as followers of the two major league champions, the New York Giants and Washington Sen- ators, impatiently ...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…FOUI THE MICHIGAN DAILY T 'UESDAY OCT. 3, 1933 Society has three arms in its contest with the individual; laws, public opinion, and conscience (or individual piety). Now the first two of these can be met by intellectual guile. Common opin- E ion puts the matter well when it states that sin 4 consists in being found out. But conscience is the 6 traitor within the gates; fights in each heart the P battle society. Conscience, or piety, DePauw b...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 5

…TUESDAY, OCT. 3,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dr. Bell Will Give Talk Cle At Dormitory Meeting F Dr. Margaret Bell will be the guest O of Betsy Barbour House at dinnere er Wednesday night. During the regu- ftie Entertainment By Fraternities Varies In Form Pledging, Smokers, And Dinners Supply House Activities ; Alumni Visit Even with the first week of classes and the strain of rushing, several fraternities have been able to enter- tain. Phi Beta De...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 6

…THE IlICHIGAN DAILY National Repeal Will Affect Only 20 Of 48 States State Laws Are Opposed To Sale Of Intoxicating Beverages In Other 28 Utah Votes Nov. 7 Word 'Saloon' Ruled Out .By Many State Laws; 'Tavern' Is Substituted CHICAGO, Oct. 2.-()-Just 20 states will be legally open to liquor traffic when and if national prohibi- tion is nullified, a survey made by the Associated Press showed today. " omewhat analogous to a football game is the...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 7

…Collegiate News ) "National in Picture and Paragraph" VOI..02 11 Volume 11 A rTwt. A-n neNn 1ITl-LTT!^ A i t mTT"CTA Ar rirmnoav 11 . 1..^1111 __________ A N ~K1~ '. M M 44JJ~ 2 Y 2J* L.R 3 . 1933 f1 Winning beauty contests rarely causes any excite- meat for Mary Katheryn Chute, junior at Ohio University at Athens, for during the three years that Mary has been on the campus she has twice been named Junior Prom Queen, twice been se- ...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 8

…PATTERNS N COLLEG; 114 S. Carroll Enclose stamps or check for 20 tern. Please it ber and size on To finance his college education, Vernon Butler, a sophomore from San Bernardino,, Calif., retrieves lost articles from the bottom of Lake Arrowhead, and receives the rewards offered by patrons at the lake. To aid him, he fashioned a crude diving bell from the end of a hot water tank fitted with a length of garden hose and tire pump- a colleague w...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 9

…PREDICTS FEDERAL AID FOR STUDENTS Federal aid for college and university students has been predicted by E. O. Holland, president of Washington State College, Pullman, and it will be "supplied through the furnishing of campus employment or through direct loans to students," he said. This aid will possibly be similar to the civilian conservation corps. SCIENTISTS AID GOVERNMENT Outstanding university professors and scientists were called by Pre...…

October 03, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 8) • Page Image 10

… r f COLLEGIATE DIGEST ___________ , ___'.________________ ut f I t, . r'l- 1 Al More than seventy-five grid candidates trotted onto the field in response to the first practice call from Coach Joe McKen- ney of Boston College. Above photo shows the boys running onto the new sta- dium field after receiving equipment where they went through limbering-up exercises. International News Photo' Max Egbert, Creighton University sopho- more...…

October 03, 1931 (vol. 42, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…rABLISHED 1 890 }~J Ai 4* 4tZtr ta 4 a113 i MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS No. 6 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1931 PRICE FIVE Cl R SIT SET, FOR SE so OP E E ithven Defends Reputation of American K ITS AT CRITICS OF STUDENT LIFE AT UNIVERSITIES President Gives Speech Before Education Association. ANSWERSLITTLE Upholds Co-Education; Auto Not an 'Evil, But a Problem. By Karl Seiffert. SAULT STE. MA...…

October 03, 1931 (vol. 42, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…TIHE MIChIGCAN DAILY -^ ESME0IT URGED0 INETARY PARLEY ver, Idaho Senator Engage in Informal Luncheon Discussion. )HIBITION DEFENDED .. ... . .. . ... .. .. . flsrmainent Problems Relative{ tGeneva Conference Spoken of.- WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.-(P)-Sen. Bbrah, of Idaho, urged President Hbover today to call an anterna- tibrfal monetary conference to con- sier adoption of bimetallism by the leading nations.- In luncheon conference with Vhe Presi...…

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