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June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

….ction rwoY ; ; t Baitr .Trw. III. No. 180 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 war r r . r .. r .rir+w u ~THEO GLASS S HERE Turner Predict. Labor In E The situation of politics in England, is precisely this, that presently the Labor party will triumph. Such is the opinion of Professor Turner of the European History department. But Professor Turner not content to male a statement without due proof proceed- ed to show in a co...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG &N, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 eLet'M e ining ompany Placer Mining and the Providential Gentlemen Tre is a district of limited area C. T JOHNSTON cial headquarters. Jeff Dunbar, an along the Colorado-Wyoming boun1 outlaw from several schools of crime, dary, where the highwayman, the rust- Unicrsit of Mihiga spent his week ends "shooting up" ler, the horse-thief and their relatives saloons. I was never in a saloon in...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…~THE MICHIGANDAILY _____ Ifrom PRage Nine) I 'Mrs. Rhead; "Andan- letti), Miss Struble; Vore Stately Mansions" r. and Mrs. Wheeler. nd Dr. Dewey; "Cross- Willeby), Mr. Wheeler; !Mrs. Rhead. tSea" will be the ser- Rev. L. A. Barrett at byterian Church. Young ir will begin at 5:30~ open to all y-oung peo-1 -bor. Lucile Welty will itian Endeavor Meeting k, in a discussion on ve in Jesus; What Hle St. .Andrew's Church at 8 o'clock this1 morning....…

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…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 192 Before Dawn An Essay in Appreciation of Radicals The knight who earned their glory: LEWXIS STONEMAN fes-ly well that such victories and yesterday now ride black horse in; penetrations are impossible. Victories black harness, and their armor is blac. Een bci flatig pume are Urttdy b Godon(Trer reutlt only rout wars, and penetra- black.iEnit hcirandtheroatigpueare "~h a oe~ Lions entail both victor...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . _ _ , - . fowers of State, 'lea Of Owosso Naturalist iso, MIcOI., June 2-(By A.P.)-- ion of their beauty, the lice fl. Brown of the local high the rushing wind and biology department, an ardent brook which surrounds green forest, the sighing them and lover of wild flowers, has issued a plea for greater thoughtfulness on the part of persons who seek the woods and meadows of Michigan during the spring and summer. Miss...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JUNE , 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE "What is the first business of him "It is a popular error to itagine wt'o philosophizes? To throw away that man's misfortunes are the result self conceit. For it is impossible for of hi" imoiety and iniquity. On the a mon to begin to learn that which contrary, his wickedness is the conse- he thinks that he knows." quence of his misfortanes." -Epictetus. leopardi Spring Means Light Lunches D...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY prtstn R ages 1 ~~~~lainlyshows. Delegates from ,the1. i' S a eIItt~ao United States are elected inl the Ox-, In H a to e n a n u ti s ford American Club after heated de- - Kalamaz~oo, In H a to e mb ni sr ates between Democrats and1 Iepub- Carrick (D~etroit) fourth annal li1cans, and they have played a con- Thce L'onstclle Complany offers a .r spicuous part in the proceedings of droaatization of John imunter. Bo0th"; t}the ...…

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…'AnQ BFOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 I lk 0, THE WEST SIDE MINING COMPANY (Continued from Page One) lunch and I acquiesced rather than the Dry Gulch activities in any direct enter into an argument. The lunch or personal way. They appointed was no great acquisition as I discov- trusted agents to represent them. ered later in the day. George H. Haskins, a club man and. We reached Bagga at two o'clock an expert on clam bakes, wa...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 T e' est Side Minin any Placer Mining and the Providential Gentlemen There is a district of limited 'area C. T. JOHNSTON cial headquarters. Jeff Dunbar, an along the Colorado-Wyoming boun- outlaw from several schools of crime, dary, where the highwayman, the rust- University of Michigan spent his week ends "shooting up" ler, the horse-thief and their relatives saloons. I was never in a ...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 I HE ┬óMICHIGAN DAILY PAGE |FIVE THE MIC -IIGAN DAILY PAGE FLVU I ., i 100-foot tape kept them separated and taken the contractor's horses.r while at work. We were obliged to These were never recovered. s cross the Little Snake River as we When life seemed dull and monoto- t followed the boundary line. The Uin- nois, Martin, our book-keeper, wouldv ta Indian would not wade it, so, while restore us to a normal state of...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…PAGEI TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1923 Before Dawn An Essay in Appreciation of Radicals The knights who earned their glory LEWIS STONEMAN ectly well that such victories and yesterday now ride _black horses li E I T N M Nfcl wl htsu itre n y karestr ,o d e ack ores in penetrations are impossible. Victories back -arneas, and their armor isD it y os "resut only from war, and penetra- black. Even their floating plumes are Draing by Gord...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 6

…F CF sIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, sUNE 3, 1923 lie will go through the country in that of Mrs. Bryant for an analysis a propaganda train, carrying thou- of the men and women who brought B O 1sands of pamphlets and posters and it about, and some prophecy of what a motion picture apparatus. urging may come. From them he will get a the people to work the soil, to learnpcoe o m Russiaas wi lygto: n to read, to treat animals kindly. Sincepicture ...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 /U THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE!U "What is the first business of him "It is a poular error to inagne who philosophizes? To throw away that man s misfortunes are the result self conceit. For it is impossible for of his imnotely and iniquity. On the a man to begin to learn that which contrary, his wickedness is the conse- he thinks that he knows." quence of hisi misfortunes." -Epictetus. - Leopa r di. Edited by Sc...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 7

…>i SUNDAY, .TUNE 3, 123 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG S~V~ -w -- -- arms; but the pack was so close thatj volusme and as is usually the case with "There's thunder! Loud enough to FOLK-LORE OR I they could not be held off and to, this magazine, none of it is above thc shae FA LE Slva ie i hr usans rm.ordinary. But do not let this corn Dead men awake. SThe stry is related in' whimsical' met keep you from reading "Jobs ______________________istyle which...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…APGR FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY I ~I THE WEST SIDE MINING COMPANY (Continued from Page One) lunch and I acquiesced rather than the Dry Gulch activities in any direct enter into an argument. The lunch or personal way. They appointed was no great acquisition as I discov- trusted agents to represent them. ered later in the day. George H. Haskins, a club man and We reached Baggs at two o'clock an expert on clam bakes, was elected that night. My ci...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 8

…. . RIGBIT THE MICI-HOAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 TRIAD sday soni ceard for Is twenty-five could be considerably lengthened save "oberving political coditons in the (Contiued fnns Pae One years of faithful service. Instead, ihisthat it would grow tiresome.UntdSaendwrigabuthn erature. to these ltst actors wear empoyer abuptly edisisses hinm. "We' The syllogism, berere, must isee! fr the press tr thirty years"; and masks depicting oniy (the sa...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 TM -I CINDAILY 100-foot tape kept th m separated and taken the contractor's hor while at work. We were obliged to These wee never recovered. cross the Little Snake River as we When life seemed dull and mos followed the boundary,line. The Un- nous, Martsn, our book-keeper. w ta Indian would not wade it, so, while restore us to a normal state of the rest of us took off our shoes and mation by attempting suicide. Fins stocki...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

… f a PA E six THE MICHIGAN DAILY S UND , AYSL 9 He will go through the country in that of Mrs. Bryant for an analysis a propaganda train, carrying thou- of the men and women who brought. sands of pamphlets and posters and it about, and some prophecy of what a motion picture apparatus. urging may come. From them he will get a the eopl- to work the soil, to learn to read, to treat animals kindly. Sincei picture of Russia as it probably is: the ...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 THEMICHI arms; but the pack was so close that FOLK-LORE OR they could not be held off and so FABLE? Sylvia died in her husband's arms. The story is related in whimsical Istyle whch infers incredulity and naive wonderment even on the part LADY INTO FOX by David Garnett, of the author. It is a short evening's Alfred A. Knopf. $1.50- entertainment to sandwich in be- Reviewed by Robert Locke tween pieces of momentous import- M...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 12

… r av U 1.I~llh'7HVi Ll5t -5 ' L 5t~I "" ┬░"-', ""'┬░ TRIAD day some reward for his twenty-five conid be considerably lengthened save ohserying political conditions in the (Continued from Page.One) 1years of faithful service. Instead, his that it would grow tiresome. United Stales and writing about them erature. In these the actorS wear I employer abruptly dismisses him. "We The syllogism, therefore, mnst be for the press for thirty years"; and ...…

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