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March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…CARS wanuacawie, Dusnescs ana proie- sional men. Names that appear on the national advisory boards, include Joseph A. Faurot, deputy police com- missioner, New York, Dan Beard,'na- tional Boy Scout commissioner, J. A. Hall, educational director Associated Advertising 'Clubs of the World, and Gutzen Boglum, sculptor and presi- dent of the Inuternational Sporting Club. T BODYI L THEFTS' MARKET of Dealing With s System of lIearanceJ [arch 2....…

May 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…1IC' -i k MKkI DAILY i bra Courses?' Investigating Committee Finds Causes For Freshmen Failures Ctat SaingWs E ~Car. ' Ia'in and Wq shington ig over 4d00 Zoology, M etc., given b be appliedc courses in History, 'English , xclern Languages, E~conomics, 6y correspsonrdence. Inquire on present college program.- CHUtAGO. 3 LLn 30ih Yr. CHICAGO. lILlINtO1S ;ysar HAVE YOU our new product?' Ask your grocer to you a few cartons of our delici...…

June 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I _.. a p ENGLAND TO -HAVE NEWAIR ROUTE Plan Service. Connecting Australia and India with British Isles WILL USE AIRSHIPS WHICH WILL CARRY 100 PASSENGERS (By mail Associated.Press) Sydney, N. S. W., May 26.-Details of the plan for the- establishment of an Empire airship service between Great Britain, India, and Australia have been received by the Prime Min- ister from Sir Joseph Cook, High Com- missioner in London. Six ne...…

July 03, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY D OFTEN INJURED DULT STANDARDS, AN SPEAKER SAYS ATHERINE GREENE AVERS' LD SHOULD BE LEFT TO ITSELF LDS GROUP TRAINING; States Pre-Sehool Nursery Ishes Proper Educational ,Environment TED TO IN TRIAL 4 aLJ SPTsWORL9 WRESTLERS WILL COMPETE lrap, will be honored at a "Sisler Donahoe, George, Hewitt, Watson, Day" celebration July 7, when he aure, and Kumitura. are the Uni- plays here with the Boston Braves. I LAS S...…

August 03, 1928 (vol. 9, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAETHREEB PROGRAM FOR CONCERT SERIES IS ANNOUNCED FAMOUS ARTISTS SCHEDULED TO APPEAR HERE NEXT YEAR MARKS FIFTIETH SEASON Rosa Ponselle, Dramatic Soprano, Abelita Galli-Curci, Coloratura So- prano, Vladimir Rorowitz, Pianist, Fritz Kreisler, Violinist, Roland Hayes, Negro tenor, Sergei Rach- maninoff, Pianist, Yelly D'Aranyi, Violinist, The Prague Teacher Chorus, The Flonzaely Quartet, and ...…

July 03, 1929 (vol. 10, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, JLUY 3, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TIRE$ THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE __________________________________________________________________________________________________ U 'WISCONSIN PRESENTS I College Net King PHYSICAL EDUCATION),i',~ COACHING__CURRICULA GROWTH OF BADGER SUMMER COACHING SCHOOL IN RECENT YEAR MARKED LITTLE NAMED DIRECTOR Wisconsin Varsity Coaching Staff Retained To Form Coaching k School Faculty...…

August 03, 1929 (vol. 10, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE -- I VIESWINS WAY TO SEA-FINALS IN HOLLY VALLEY NETTOURNEY EMMETT PARE, CLAY-COURT CHAMPION, ALSO WINS TO SEMI-FINALS DEFEATS FRANK SHIELDS Michigan's Lone Woman Survivor Is Eliminated from Play by Mrs. Andre Russell (By Associated Press) PONTIAC, Aug. 3.-A slender 18- year-old California lad with a pow- erful background drive and uncan- ny ability to nick the lines advanc- ed t...…

August 03, 1922 (vol. 13, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1922 CRITIQUE~ The following was sent to me by the Knopf publishing house, and it may be of more than passing interest -even though from a publicity sheet -because the writer involved is a Michigan graduate: "How Harold Armstrong, Detroit lawyer, became "Henry G. Aikman," successful novelist, was disclosed to- day by Alfred X. Knopf, the publisher, in announcing a new novel by Mr. Arm- strong. "In 1919 Mr. Armstrong was a p...…

July 03, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEI THREE I Keep Moving" Slogan Being Impressed On Berlin As Gatherings Are Barred LIBRAY ISSUES RULES FOR DAO NSBOOKS Directions for drawing out and us- ing books have been issued by the general library, with the request that, all students of the Summer session will follow them as carefully as possi-I ble to avoid confusion and misunder- standing. To get a book from the stacks a comple...…

August 03, 1924 (vol. 15, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAiU)' THE UMMR MCHIGN DiLYPAGU THZ When U.S. Lawyers Assembled In London .. ".> ?$ -N .4.1 iX BRHTCSE S1E HELD,. SEPT. 11-12-13 The Michigan State Board of Exam- iners for Registration of Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors announces the next examination for architects to be given at the University of Mich- igan, Ann Arbor, on September 11, 12, and 13, 1924. This examination may not be tak-...…

November 03, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

….r" v i + * . _ ! ' i f 1 " _ , . " * ,. ". ..: .. .'' ' . " " . " "" - .. .. 1 . r ' w i. O "' + ... P. " ,* ": S. C ',ti. . .' '", :. - . Michigan Mentor Utilizing Every Spare Minute for Contest with Buekeyes PROBABLE LINEUP FOR GAME SATURDAY IS ANNOUNCED Every +minute is being utilized by Coach Yost to round his eleven into shape for the important battle with Ohio next Saturday. Afternoon and evening the Varsity has worked this wdek...…

December 03, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…iIGAN [ 'I , , . ,~ " . .,. ,..., . .. r 5 . 1,F f TRACK TEAM HAS GOO DASH SQUAD Losch and Moersch Look Good in 100 and 220: Others Promise Well BUTLER, WETZEL, JOINER AND WHEELER MAINSTAYS IN 440 Unusually strong in all track events up to the 880, with the exception of the hurdles, a fair chance of develop- ing some good distance men, and two squads in the field events at present, better than the average of the Con- ference timbre, is t...…

February 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY yn ... Ike .. ti .. . O ,, ,, ".. ;. . . "' 4 .. ". ",f " e 4~ ' h 1 . f} . V,~ ''t ' i a.t :y .y / pM/ ". V i .e PRTTHINS DOWN FRESH6BSKETEERS Develops Formidable Yearling Squad From Original Field of 200 Candidates COACH HAS DIFFICULT TIME PICKING BEST COMBINATIONS' From a field of 200 candidates, Coach Derrill Pratt of the freshman basketball team has finally developed a yearling basket squad that is quite formida...…

March 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FA . . ... ... J. FE.. 'I r CM 4 1,5 MEINtE NTE'RED IN HRLYEVENTS Mile and Two Mile Squads to Make Trip; Butler in Botit Raees EIGiT EA INDIVIDUAL RACES Michigan will enter 15 men in the Illinois Relay carnival to, take place at Urbana on Saturday. Of this num- ber 8 will engage in the special indi- vidual events, the remaining 7 to make up the two relay teams, namely, the mile and two mile squads. Cap- tain Butler w...…

April 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' I Dames will hold an im- business meeting at 8 o'clock r night'in Newberry hall. All s have been requested to at- The Fri meet at 4 in Barboi ihman Girls' Glee club will W o'clock Monday afternoon gymnasium. of the University' Girls' will meet at 6:30 o'clock Hill auditorium. -All girls ted to enter at the Ingalls ance. are re street Sigma Delta Phi members will meet at 12 o'clock Monday at the Little shop. Girls ...…

May 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… . . .. . . -.. . . . . w. . . . . . " . . , ." ... .. .. ". Iim * L ,".. ,. .. .- . , .. . . - ,, . :" ,,, . . . w, _ . .. .. ., w V/ r. .. « i *, r ,t . . " s .* .*". O t ., .. °. s ti" . t .. 4 +s DEFEATED t.~* TENNIS TEAM PRACTICE Captain Wesbrook wishes the following members of the Var- sity tennis squad to report for practice as early as possible this afternoon at Feiry field: Muuz, Angell, Reindel, Brick, Sanchez, Merkel and Zem...…

June 03, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,.,, .., : .. ., .. r .. .. .. .:: .. -, t ,, pif ..i 4, . , f. , := - .. .. .. .. , e M:i r r. a "' r .. .. W ,' ,. ,. . . s " ' t r .#" IARSIT FOR ILLINI CAME, ,oach Ray Fisher Makes No Predie- tions as to Outcome of Two Hard Contests UTCOME OF TRIP TO SETTLE CHAMPINSHIP OF BIG TENI With the Big Ten championship as he reward of victory in two games, he Vareity baseball squad, 14 strong eaded by Coach Fisher and Man...…

July 03, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…I H1-1 'QLVERINE :4, I 1-I OLVERINE . " lrooklynI BUTLER AND FARREL LEFT ON FERRY FIELD mber o 1 be se ;Mcbou iln lye Pastime rving, U] y, Clapp, ravy;Le and D isas; M Aympic t club; B inr, Mea Baker, events, while his opponents won one eft at or two firsts and then fell down mis- n for efably in the other three r the Steve Farrell,, the Michigan coach, athlon seems to think that Dunne stands a unday -good chance to make the team, an...…

August 03, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

… they reverted to their pre-war status as captains. The last promotion is a permanent one and comes as a result of the new army program, by which a big na- tional guard is to be created along with a larger standing army. Both officers are at Fortress Monroe this summer training R. 0. T. C. units. r. s CHRLUNION TO HAVE CONCERlT ON WEDNESDAY Gladys Owen, Dorothy M. Scholl, Irene Simmons, M. Mildred Swanson, Minnie Williamson, Annie Young. Te...…

March 03, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

…TUESDYNMRCHI 3, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FACE TTHR r - ~ a ~---'----- ANOUC SUME MATH CURRICu]LUM' lrty- se~en Courses 'Are Planned;, k 2~ Classes Scheduled For 1.itertary College 18 LISTED TO TEACH One of the strongest curricula to be offered in the Summer session this ~ ear will he that in mnathematics. SThirty-seven courses are planned for ft u4il epartment. Of this number 23' will be offered in the literary college. ten in the Engineeri...…

April 03, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 1JAAIiJ, 25*THE ,MICHIGAN DAILY- PAGE °^ l TO EXHIBI1T "8IA9D RAPIDSART WORK I'abta~ngs, TLaidseapes; Miiiatures SIVUI Be Displayed in Al'umiiu Neniorial Hall WILL OPEN MONDAY Flw'e, r paintings, landscapes and iiiniaturca, the work of four Grand Rapilds artists, will be exhibited in the West gallery of Alumni Memorial hal beginning MoTnday, April 5. The col- ledtion is coming here under the auspices of the Ann Arbor...…

May 03, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, {IMY 3, 1t925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE x RES DAILY PAGE '~7HREN HOSPITAL WULL BE, READY ON JUN he completed May 31, and by June 30r the major portion of remaining oddI jobs will be completed. At ~)F room, V ofl) fthe N ilding are-. hli paint ed by compressed an. yp3° .yers;, Wih Work st arting on)IIhe i sixth floor. 'Compr essors to flurni-dh electrical fixtures have all ben or- dlered. Heating and ventiting fixtures and1 nua...…

October 03, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . .... ORD J151.91a 1 rpuir trn t th Uniersty.Geraldine IG o'clock, Tuesday and Friday after- LTL Trsct ws hn chosen as the third flneaps at the athletic desk in Barbour ec i i i u(' chairman'171 . igymnasium. These hours will be Itl D I1P aucr sfor the 11.IlAy aredue maintained throughout the year. .zi oflO 2 5 Aa 1one (dollar from all ____ MEETINII of (118lay idue iadite-i and may, THIS YEAML O6ST .illV01 A~ri2...…

November 03, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THiR1 i .W.KC A.DRIVE TOTALS English Peeress E labor Canddate $5300 FOR THRE-DAYS - TEAM ®CA1PAINL1) BY IIT .[ Y BROADlEAI), '4, STILL I i ;;:" LEADS : " Reslults of the Y.W.C.A. $1,500 finance :~ cmmih'n vesterdar~v sholwed '697.05 was especially stressed so te~at all wo- :Louis and his bride spent part of their !,that Lady Louise and the Swedish Imen it, the University will feel free h...…

January 03, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

…F THE MICHIGAN DAILY EAGUE TO- SEEK COLLEGIF OFFERS SIX ADMWH.10IT WOMEN -rn nmrinami. inamir JIODE RII['IIRD[D~ Six fellowships, of the value of $500 j II N1 UWLI each, and without charge for tuition, 3 have been established by the trustees of Smith college. They are open to Ex-service women who have in- Three Day Campaign Among Under. women graduates, either of Smith cutred disability are to be admitted graduates 11111 Open Jams. co...…

March 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

….r ;, a : :r q,, .- .. . . 1' a, I Hockey Likely To 7Ie Rtcognized As One Of "N" Sorts At ricigan That hockey may be recognized as Anderson, Cannon, MacDuff. Kahn a'Varsity sport is 'the latest announce- and Folis have all done fine work and ment from Coach LeMieux. Efforts are deserve a great deal of merit. Kahn being made to arrange .an intercol- is probably the fastest man on .the legiate schedule for next year and if team and is a ha...…

April 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 134) • Page Image 3

…I V11%.1 11 SAN DAILI ., *'.. f « ., «.. .. t; « « .. «. « rt . + « « « « r. .. , { s .. r a. I ifho were fast, and the game was excit- ing throughout, as neither team could run up a lead. Escanaba Flint Christie.....RF....Riegal. Shafer Quinn. ....LF... .Williams, Weiss Christianson ....C........urguson Gleigh ........RG.........Dodds Brotherton.....G...........Miller Baskets-Furguson 3, Dodds, Mil- ler, Weiss; Christie 4, Christianso...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

… ,.. .. . . . ". .. .. '-. ../'- f -i-I .. . HERE ' SOCCER NOTICE Soccer football practice will be held Thursday and Friday afternoons, at 3:30 o'clock on south Ferry field. It is essent- ial that all members of the team report as there will be a game with Walkerville, Ont., Satur- day afternoon. appeared on Ferry yesterday afternoons, ich were worn the University of Qali- ong, the advance athletes who will big meet tomorrow iese me...…

April 03, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MA i 1OFESOPPORTUNITY V __________________________________________________FOR COMMUNITY WORK; r Women interested1 in doing volun-I SPH199 'c > e 'aa 9, 9 TD IGH M1 TO 01 Kare intevited to cnz onsult ti umrNeva Lovewell, Fo P M etng '22, head resident worker of the Laird ! comnmunity house in Chicago, who will TO HAVE 3110 GIESTS PThans havebee.n copletedl for ghe AT LUNCHEON SAIDUII ea Nwer hi o'lc o 1nmeeting for all mem...…

May 03, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY III A VA= o - s BRUIM TO ANNOUNCE SENIOR CASTTODA1Y! the 1 es are faculty. A large supply of artic- left from the Christmas bazaar also being sold. EXPLAINS TENONDIES I NCORORAlZT PLAY REHIEARSALS IWILL MELD DAILY DUR1ING* COM-~F ING WEEK Comies To Inspect Womzen Police In 'American Cities! ~JUNIRS AD SEIORSNo ticesI WIN IN DANE'l EET - I Thefirat round of the tennmis tourna- Junior and senior ajo;cr stuadents i...…

October 03, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1925 THE-'MICHIGA," DAILY PAGEI THREE SHIPPING BOARO'S POWERS EXTENDED "Radicals" Shzow Wrath Over Saklatvala Ban Rons tJ#1 1 Mat' s-. T,5c Pg l 'Y TWoodward atl liot Glendale 97 2 Tn The onste leCompany, l~~lihlIn the First Productioo f HELP LKE EI heSiglng lackblrd"I i' IPFAY BEST PRWVES For ]lef's i 4-ing Hi. PpE . -A Pazlmer Retiiinii as Read of. T.orijoration But Is Shorn of Control Fleet ACTION IS SURPRI...…

November 03, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…FT117 MTrHMr.AM lil DAILY MTT'"O " A TT TTlITT T; it.T T']'[;iT') "i 1 f1E)C. { '1 l');1-MA Y, £\UV Ii'.V1U''1 ;;, 1125 1. l~'..j .'..i)i ~ -'-- UNIVERSTIES WILL D lq __ 4' Froin Fifteen Colleges Wil 1YMvcl.-AAt Priniiceton Tio 1)1scuiss W~orld Court Problema HIBBEN APPROVES PLAN Fo'" the first time in history an or- granizedl att, iipt is being ?Wade by stu-I denfts to influence a political issue, aiccording to John 11. lliott, '26, who ...…

December 03, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

…h THURSDAY, DECEIVBER 3, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE 1, , a SEES DETROIT AS AIATO CENTER Afr Transportation Has Possibilities For Future, Worley Says In Interview London To Capetown, Is Flier's Hope SUCCESS IS PROBABLE That the future success of commer- cial aviation is probable from. present indications, and that the industry will undoubtedly develop in the city of Detroit, were opinions expressed by Prof. John S. Worley of civ...…

October 03, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…41 3 J ZJ, TWH-R ,MT IH1 -TUIB _ TE - -'',y"k':' ..R ~! ,', dg. F."'t1Y ST < ... 1.Y . " L l a Y.4 1 f*Y c at1--a s' /,' i 1 +M . TTMTM TMi 1,Tr-" 1- 1; LA NUN CONCERTS MAINTAINED BY - THE UNIVERS ITY MUSICAL Ann Arbor, Michigan Charles A. Sink, President sCcIETY Earl V. Moore, Musical Director ,,r -1929-Fifty-First Annual Series-1930 1929 -Fifty-First Annual Series-1930 October October November 15-GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Metro- ...…

November 03, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…SUINDAY, 1NOVEM13ER 1,, 1929. e : li, PAG THEV .. . ...--TH-MC IG N DA m ::.::..: PAGE ~ ------4 - s.-- .... L~... -- ~ - ______ AR MAI SERVIC IN MICHIGAN BESTi Overnight Out-of-State Flights and Many Stops Are State Air Service Features. PACK APPROVES SERVICE New Postal Service on Parcels Will Speed Student Mail to Outlying States. Prominent Minister of France Has Task RUTHVEN LAUDS SELECTIVE ADMISSION SYSTEM 1 i i Library Giv...…

December 03, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 55) • Page Image 3

…1 to 04-LZ T, t;a .tr, :1, iumn, THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ui~jTh\T, C~T'siEi~ 3, ~§29 THE MICHIGAN DAILY COU9RTIS TO SPEAK AT CAMPU FRUM 'Fact and Fancy in Religion' Topic to be Discussed by Educator. Is, TO USE QUESTIONAIRES Using as his subject "Fact and Fancy in Religion." Prof. S. A. Cour- tis of the School of Education, will, be the speaker at the sixth of a series of All-campushForums, at 4 o'clock tomorrow, in Room D, Alumni Memorial...…

March 03, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…~ATTfl~ThAV .MAT~C~T4 % 1~2R THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREM FLYIG CLB OB&INS nvention Kewards STERE AR ~IE~Lindherg sMother FORLADNGRND IPRIPOSEl) 1R)UTE MAY 1NCIMvJ)} ('ITY IN. PLAN THAT WILL LlN$ EASTERN MICHIGAN CITY MAY HfAVE 'AiR MAILl Nauies Of FL'ty People Subsoribed As Charter Members At Luncheon held Yesterdzy Following a luncheon session of the Board of' Directoxrs of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce yester- (lay noon, it was ...…

April 03, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BAIIR TO LECTRE I D Honorary Journalistic Society Planned HRDIY F DI Dr. Julius Baur will deliver a lec- ture at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in Natural Science auditorium on the subject of "Pathological Constitutions and the Heredity of Disease." Dr. Bahr is Privatdozent in Internal Medicine at the University of Vienna and a physician-in-chief to the Poly- clinic located at Mariannengasse. He has written several books on me...…

May 03, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY STATE COEGE RAND ILL APPAR JOINTLY YWITH UNIVERSITY UNIT CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT WILL MARK CLOSER CONTACT BETWEEN SCHOOLS ADMISSION WILL BE FREE Alpha EpsilouMu To Give Dance After Progratu At Masonic Temple For Players And Guests When the Michigan State college band comer here Friday night to play a combined concert with the Univer- sity band at 8 o'clock in hill audi- torium, it will be not only the first time in history tha...…

March 03, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…0 p THURSDAY, MARCH' 3, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGF THTRrF' ONITfRPTO IFT ITALY LAUNCHES THE "AUGUSTUS," UR Ido LLITAHE LATEST GREAT OCEAN LINI Cun i \T ER SENIOR R. 0. T. C. STUDENTS ATTEND OFFICERS' SCHOOL Contractors Predict Comtpletlon Early In January; Expect To Start On Foundation FormsSc n o DETAILS ARE UNDECIDED Recent announcement of the ac- ceptance of bids and the signing of contracts for the construction of the new Unive...…

April 03, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

… SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I PAt, F R ... MICHT..N ..l i-YN. I P GF T.. , I inwhich over 900 college athletes YO ST RETURNSgFROM rtm;pated. . At For t Worth, Texas, Coach Y0,t1 1 4o n o nr M iiiun T-f!Iin had the' unique experience, probably /LVNU w[IIMNU IUUH, Coach cciiaple FIirtie ' . lTo utli After Addressing AlumiiI In S'crlStates# WJONORED BY OFFICIALS Fieling TT. Yost,' director oif inter- collegiate athletics,...…

May 03, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…I' T'IJESD4AY, AJA .~1527 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4W mow. PROMINENT GRAOU TFPd Advies rchtecuralStuentsm in the architectural profession A d fi eP r ch ic t u r al S t ud en t sj od y b tXhe g in a dlh e ol - ments are rather spiritual than ma- 1 fibres of the spirit.1 The man who succeeds in any branch of architectural practice and writes his naine clear in the annals of the profession is the man of cour- (Continued on. Page Eight) : ;...…

June 03, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

…3, 1 2"? THEI MICHIGANDAL DATLY A A A&-j 17AAVA 1x . FULLER TO REVIEW CASE~ Indian Graduate R (By Aswociatcd, Press) BOSTON, June 2-Gov. Alvan T. AI SKOkaoaJn - Fuller today appointed a comGiorgo V. La Badie, a former grad- uaite at the University, is one of the to aid i in ihlis r'eview of the litiga- ; iiec t progress ive of the Osage Indian tion sul-rounding the coniviction of tribe. Mr. LaBadie has a 3,500 acre' Nicola Sacco and Bart...…

October 03, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…,4 t SUNDAY, OCTOnER 2, 1920 Sun Moves Army South To Yangtse THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE f are filled by student help, each year, 0 [9N 0 F TUD[of which the great majority are boardA UTsland room jobs, according to Mary L. DEN FSTDETStewart, in charge of thedison [ rI fee drn h college year,a [F[ ~ M ~ Y JOB and room, taking care of lawns and7 I'thllrloyuieIt Of Various Kinds Filled furnaces, dishiwashing, surveying, con-a1 'I'lrougli A...…

November 03, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…WEDNEiSDAY, NOVEAMR 3, 1926 THE MICHIGAN D)AILY WORLEY CIVES TALK TF HOSEDON ON TRANSPORTATIONi 1 "Tiransportation had its germ in the~ ' (arliest desire of man to move himse lf~ and some of the things necessary to his existence. Since then the com- plexity of the field has increased until;: there is nothing in life that has not some connection with the subject. This assertion in, itself gives us the reason why its study is so important I ...…

December 03, 1926 (vol. 37, iss. 57) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3,:92 "~ THE MI9CH5-IGANt DAILY' J f rrrnIDn l t etrdeans' LEAD!ANGMAN AND PREMIER DANCERI~oa einPs . ax~el eio os ' rrtate AttemptOF 21ST ANNUAL OPERA PRODUCTION Will Present Movie CHOIC OFCORRICOLATo Stage Extra Hop 'For Welfare Fund A I EAN2UN,1.l-Attenilpts of a din- Vocational tGudaiice (_ Yiim i tfee Plansigrunled grouo~i)(f 35 mi'Sr:, 1 hO osi ng To dli tiitlts Ini - C',-o faction in he recent. Northwvesterr Of Pr'o...…

March 03, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, MARCI{ 3, 1926 "IHE MICHIGAN DAILY _ ,. .. a SECRET OF VERTICAL, FLIGHT BELIEVED TO BE W I - I - po 'Greatest Defect In Heliocopter Inability To Take Off In shot 1Dstance IS 1' FO UND INVENTION OE SPANIARD "Ingenious, especially in the intric- ate details, but it is handicapped by its ;inability to take off in a short dist- anice," was the comment given by, Prof. E. A. Stalker of the aeronautical engineering department in ...…

April 03, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, APRIL a3,19263 TTEMICHMTCAN DAIY PAGE THREE ..u:. _ _ - - a a aL av{Y\.il 1\.1(']1 V. LALL l ' i MJL 1 1n 'IL' 1, V .-u Kegous eformation Foreseen ByPreident Lt tleP ci s re Teaathers ." ifaithful to our duty to ignore the po- 'provide a college education and ipro-! Commenting upon the student c ost, most money andi not the least~were the I1iclnNtleitce eta au ftesueta na-fsinltanigt l t ihsho'<tedtueprsuet rs-~ otelcilf A T o...…

October 03, 1928 (vol. 29, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

….. . IET.NE WILL BE VIDED AT WUERlTH rr Sound and Talking Productions Will Be Ready Within Three Months ENGINEERS MAKE CHICI E According to an announcement made yesterday by Richard Wat- son, manager of the Wuerth thea- tre, sound equipment which will provide facilities for the produc- tion of sound and talking photo- plays will be installed within the next three months. Mr. Watson stated that the fea- ture productions are made in two types...…

November 03, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…MBER 3, 1928 THE -M-IC.HIG-.- .VIBER 3,.. 192811 TI-JE .. M J CIH1 G A- 1 1 Ii NE W METAL SOUGHT FOR BIGINDUSTRIES "Millions in operating expenses' will be saved if scientific investiga- tion can answer the appeal of in- dustry by finding a metal which can be used ouccessfully at the high temperatures demanded by modern operating conditions in power-plants, oil-refineries, auto- motive factories and other great manufacturing concerns,' acc...…

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