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September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…t t1an 14 1 r ' ~' A I ---- 5. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 N EWBERRY ST REPORTS By SENATE RANKS SPLIT Y AND MINORITY COUNTS BYI ASSITANT CHEER LEADERS WANTED, Tryouts for assistant cheer leaders are wanted. A team of eight or ten men will be picked after the first two games by A. 0. Cuthbert, '22E, official cheer leader. Tryouts should report at the club house on Ferry field in white uniforms at 2:30 o'clock Saturd...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…1 iL " , w.r va aav[ t a t a >FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY i OF MICHIGAN lished every morning except Monday during the Univer- r by th4 Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' YAssoiated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for Ation of'all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise in this paper and the local news published therein. etred at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…IL* .; ~C GCER PRACTICE_ I FERRY FIELD TODAY KG GAME ASPIRANTS MEET T 4:15 IN PREPARATION FOR SEASON practice in soccer will bej riday afternoon on the south Ferry field. It is absolutelyl al that all last year's Varsity be present. An extensive eo is being arranged for the~ season with the bestrteams1 igan. The soccer team was en- n the National Intercollegiate championship but at present no re- ply has been received from New York. It is...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIC DIRON GOSSIP present time. Both of these schools have turned out strong elevens in the past; whether they can maintain their standard this year remains to be seen. From these early reports, old "King Football' is again sprucing up. With SAN UAIL interest in football greater today than has ever been shown, and with the caliber of footballers this year up to par, football should pass its most successful year. At least that is what ...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…;R GEOLOGY CAMP IN KENTUCKY MAKE UU RUTEION may call or mail this data to the Stu- FOR DIRECTORY BY OCT. 1 dents' Directory; Press building, until Oct. 1. This applies also to correc- nts who did not put down an tions in address or telephone number. .rbor address or telephone on their registration blanks, Daily Want Ads Pay.-Adv. DEY Always, AT YOUR SERVICE WITH THE NEWEST THINGS IN PHOTOGRAPHY - AT A PRICE THAT FITS YOUR POCKET-. SU Z, PR...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

….r .r.awr..r .+.n+ wwr.Y i ener, '22M, former, Li captain, and Mar- 9, were married on' home of the bride's tlih Fifth street, Ain basketball captain, so been the Medical is now a member of the Student coun- cil. He is also a member of Michi- gamua, senior honorary society, and of the Phi Chi fraternity. Mrs. Ry- chener is a member of the Mu Phi Epsilon sorority. Do as others do, go down town to J. F. Wuerth's for Lab. Coats, Dental Coats, W...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

…AT THE THEATERS issayis t nsies, the campus ,literary tion,' announces an essay con- th a $25 prize to be awarded writer of the best essay. The begins at once and ends Dec. 1 students with the exception. duates and members of the ies staff are eligible to con- winning essay is to appear in but its style is restricted to the fa- miliar type. The essays will be judged by three essayists of ability who have, as yet, not been named. George H. W...…

September 30, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 5) • Page Image 8

…CHIG. l. ".4. PFICIAL BULLETIN Students Wishing Consultations Students wishing consultation regarding courses in Journalism may see Mr. Burrows or Mr. Haines Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 to 9 of this week in room "J," University hall f 1fV1TA T TTA'KSTT?PnriT 1TAA l10:. i J.J~JNA L HAM1I~LjITON HlAI N ES*. S2. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 lumber 5 All X tudents: In 6rder that there may be a complete and correct directory of s...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…L SLIGHTLY WARMER it& 14au tl GET INTO TOPS OUT ON FERRY FIELD XXXIII. No. 6 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CEN ..... :t JRCKABOT BRANDS DREABRAMS BLOOD THEORY AS 'BUNlK' 1Iarnum.'s famous 'Sucker' Theory Proved 'y 'Brighest Of '26 Aen DEAN DECLARES TEST HAS 'BASIS AN) IS LACKING IN PROOF NO SAYS AGITATION OVER. REVELATIONS IS FUTILE Asserts Medical Professio'n s\ Not B...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY B i VENiZELOS GOLFS AS GREEK THRONE BJANGS IN BALANCE FA I WEEK' CLOSIS NEW CHEERLEADER NAMED BY COUNCIL Appointment of a temporary cheer-, leader by a committee chosen by the Student council to investigate and lay TAU BETS Pt- TO' SHO LD MiET HER sion; afternoon-excursion to the See the :Minnesota game at the Ar- Drawing instruments-bargains in Highland Park plant of the Ford Motor cade Barber Shop's expense. Ask the...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…/THE MICHIGAN DAILY A iN 1TIO sq4f. Outlines for organization of the Girl Reserve groups in Ann Arbor for this year have been formulated and plans for their execution are under way. Alice Johnson, '22, girls' work secre- *tary of the city Y. W. C. A., planned a program similar to that followed last' year. Clubs will be organized in the different grades and among girls of the high school. Last year there were h15grade school groups and fi...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…THE MR4 [IGAN D .y OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein.C Entered at the...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…THE C JIGAN DAILY ,... BETIN YEAS New Coaching Staff Has Put New Sprit Into Men; Bill Spaulding Is Head Coach THREE VETERAN BACKFIELD 'EN RETURN ADDING POWER With several veterans back and with their capable coach, Bill Spauld- ing and his staff, awakening in the numerous candidates a fighting spirit almost lost, Minnesota faces the, brightest football season in three years. There has been a complete revision of the athletic situation at t...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ORCHING SUN FJ ENTHUSIASM el and Uteritz Expected Back i Game Early Next Week SCR M AGE WITH RESERVES SLATED FOR THIS AFTERNOON As one of the many sweltering players out on Ferry field yesterday afternoon put it, "a little cold weathe would go awfully good on a hot day like this." Certain it is that th thermometer was doing . stunts al through practiceyesterday, but even the climbing of the mercury had little apparent effe...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY One of the outstanding f the 1922 Varsity football sq predominance of men wh( ready made a place for the the Michigan hall of ath through the medium of othe of Varsity sport or who at in some pastime other tha game. Includel among the lead dates for backfield berths current number are at least who have made the coveted other branch of sport or h most perfect chance to do the year.. What is morei the fact that these men are...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

…___________ _____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY . I DAILY OFFICIA LBULL ET IN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 Number 7 To All Members of the Faculty: All members of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily in order that they may be constantly in touch with the Daily Official Bul- letin. Applic...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY; NO TEMPERATURE CHANGE L 4 4 AL Ar at lww ASSOCIATED PRESS EAMSED WIRE SERVICE IYESTEIIN CONFERENCE Fs DI'QRI AL A SSiCINAT1ON i, VOL. XXXIV. No. 7 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CEN' T __________________________ DISTRICT COURT BLOCKSOKLAHOMA STATE__ELECTION TEMPORARY INJUNCTION PRE- VENTS BALLOTING ON SPE- CIAL LEGISLATIVE SESSION WALTON ASSERTS V...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MIICHIG AN, SUNDASEPTEMIBER 30, 92:3 Time- wthe Present, P 1-face-w""OrwY r An Interview with Mr. Franklin To ts;riter founed tl. Franklin at ar inconspicuous table in a quiet res- taurnt. Wte introauced ourselves,.lie' greeted us with cold politeness. We told him whe wiphed to interview bin. -' ~ IHt cordially asked us toi be sealed and ordered its lend. "What would you like tme to talk; about?" he asked. "I talk o...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…ITIL M IIGAN DAILY SUPA, lP1~X 1 J l.30 923 'ads -Councilj Of Co missaie FACULTY MEN TO SPEAK OfCommijssariesIn S ve R st1 ar In~oiet ssia ATC, OF C, LUNCHEON W ".+, Ly :;!rr ., fUniversity officials andI faculty !members will be present at a lunch- i" r r , .. 1 eon to be given by the Chamber of i. Commerce next Tuesday which will be the first occasion of the sort this ~ year. President Marion L. Burton and Registrar Arthur G. Hail will ...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 2

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September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, SE'I"EAI MEE, 30, 1921' TTIE MCIGNDAILY I1L aljcap b at'iIl ae So t ep p o rz e tsy e ha aiJU IN cula . ' c moflyoftheee ar il elt:ate m ay behe ri bad yc, sp ak ng METTO111RINIIVS P 1.A9( uniersivl, om( sn wilback.h.y ~e i'eTx ~~e PROF.TOJI 1~.I~RITfl W 11Lit was d (lCd at a mneetin~g of thettlO tefe ex )O(Wh(t O AI)IR ESS I_1F4;' I NG board 0of(irectors o 01 heWorn .''s ;,..ca:('2 ii(eSiby a conmiflttee) inithe TUTESD)AY lJeazgue ...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923TH HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE A Casual Compilation Music and Musicians When eminent ministers of the gos- 6. Carlyle-Sartor Resartus. Announcements of the various con- ing the Philharmonic Central Concert pl and prominent Chautauqoans are 9. Dumas-The Three Musketeers. cert courses to be given in Detroit company at Arcadia auditorium. compiling lists of the worldsteal 70. Dostoyevski-Crime and Punish- this winter in...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY S-UNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 4 i I club or society and forgets the 1 greater end for which he is striving. He limits his friendships to his own OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER 0 TIE respective group and does not mix INIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN with the great mass of Michigan stu- dents. He then places his own group Published every morning except Monday first and Michigan second. His eyes during the University-year by the Poard ...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAGE P01351 THE MICHIGAN DAILY S' XCA Mt WSAN1?,L1NIIBNS iI Co 1)01100 tscb, TICmpe1)01,rsl m, Cle'10- ' ('05 and~i Eloon IC all fin lirCIto' CIAnn Q Little (uCent appeaC'rances 1herC. ~ In dditioni to thCCse CCMCjor ware C)'')' :, 3 t1Ce och' stIra5wi ll atlsIOo h o')eard C' t n o'pIC1)1ar C fCnccrts CCn) 11)10CC CCC e 1mon. Anoale oneC 1 W llCCCCC C 11Cn NoYCeCberC'11, whe1)0C'CCI CC00r) CI ICCCI0Ci'll i1 tequCCC wiltICe gir T %-01CCC Ol ' C...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Pyrvu THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVU 4' BOOTH FELLOWSHIP Annuity of $1200 From Scholarship Fund Will Send Architects Abroad have its quota of Michigan graduates Alumnae in all parts of the country are taking very active part in the civ- ic life of the University of Michigan. General Selected To Direct Relief FIRST-HAND KNOWLEDGE OF OLDER CIVILIZATION IS A Details of the George G. Boot ...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, SI3PTE.I-t3II'0'0,192;3 T~EMICHIQAN.DAILY., 1 k _T ;., S' S .: IGNOIRANC'E cohater, Torn Paine, and Renan oughlt (('entinn ed fiii tO I'< e ' P lot to precede every test book. The t niveroity advocates the 'readt- The realing ot novels sboultl, tur- itg otRusktin andI Pater andt Conrad thermrer be denounced. It ts a waste atm i ritiettiag; lilt that is not welt, o ftinie; bece i"an tineducated mindI C itoiyleolie the stutdtents al'...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…AG 4, TH MICHIGAN DAILY THE MIHIGANDAILYSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER21 30, 1523i ... mom pipY9 _ /plpYpQlp i 0-0 b wrt -_ "NOME% .. "NV" l[ S P9-Os IN SNAPPY SCRIMMAGE PROSPECTS OF COLLE GE ELEVENS;- HA ?VRiOiVLPNE AK t,~ " o ! y:j?: . ..__(9MMiIIR FI'arei' '1 .e ,-). YzAr lrop Kiek 'Wrhile IValijer 1Intercept' s 'Foi' wu 'd SQFAD) MAD)E Al"V Ri WORK4)OUT- ia k], and XMurphy a clever msan atI passing the ball. On the defense. Captain Schoen w...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAUE S X , z THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.19-23 ..... ..:.THE..M.CHIGAN...AILY. S..DA.,.S ...E...R......1923 Books and Writers Elk I:I SHOUTED it very mildly. The truth is that not a FROM GREY TOWERS hasgis free fron "gross rhtorical GREY TOWERS, A Campus Novel, expression, "their midnight-oiled Anonymous. CovIel-MeGee Co. faces"! When to breaks like this are 12sm. $2.00 added a spineless story, a pseudo-so- This is a book wh...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 7

…SNDAY, SEPTEMB ERL 2. 0, 1923 'H1E y lbCiGAN DAILY T VVE WWE t VOLUN LA'S 1COLUMN CLOSES COE AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M. 10 10c per reading fine for c,: ,e or two insertions, 9c per reading line forI three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum,3 lines p-er insertion.l Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 1lic per readling line for three or more" insertions. Whbite space cha rged for at same ra...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE SEVEN the father-is this, then, the spirit 'Marion grows tenser anti mellow college student to oven hts eyes and But our schools try to give us knowl- which pervades a motterntizel vetsion with thse passing rears and she over- to evacuate his mind. If, in the t edge before sight; ahility before do- of "The Scarlet Letter,"h ey to the rouses to a certain extent on unfortu-!xersity of Michigan...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…E EIGH'T THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEP __- .. E 1 DAILYOFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until $:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 4 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 Number 7 To the Deans: There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 3, at 10. a. m., in the President's office. X. L. Burton. University...…

September 30, 1923 • Page Image 8

…PA(. NEIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ST-DAB', SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 PACE riGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 A~ilf Snapy Sak for L unch ABOUT FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON OR AFTER THE SHOW PUTS YOU ON YOUR TOES MENTALLY, READY TO TACKLE THE NEXT ASSIGNMENT WITH VIM AND PUNCH. Perhaps just a sandwich, a piece of delicious home-made pie and a cup of real honest to goodness chocolate might be just the thing. If you have never tried one of our HOT FUDGE CREME PUFF ...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 9

… Section Two Lg AdIF jaht Section Two --q ... ...... . .... . ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, S[UNAY, TI.'R 20, 1923 PRICE, FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXIV. Noo. 7 r SOUTH MOVES AGAINSTI RECLAMATION POLICY JCKER ASKS HOUSE CONITTEE FOR COSTLY POLICY OF WEST Washington, D. C., Sept. 29-Leaders in the South have become weary overj the manner in which the existing Fed- eral Reclamation Policy has operated and are determined to lead a move- ment to e...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3Q, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 Scene From "The Mollusc" At Wh, itnewy I In The C urches ~Bethlhm 1f)gO~ (l oU lii % I II I ig Ninie) lillthe LBethle viilclch'rl i; ~ ~ Rev. j ;~n~~J.ptoday. Sunday school C,..., .. gill1 'andy At~ t; 2 t Ite ( risieaal- li eld at 9 :00 o'clock. Moin:' bx r(e : et I. ii V ii J11x 1._ :!c h' ucetiitg iii in fln.;1ish will1 be at I (I :Oo and, s...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Lieut. Alford J. Williams and Record Smashing Plane 774 *~ -. STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE 111 SOUTH UNIVESITY ATE. Engineers' and Architects' Materials Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books Cameras and Supplies Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos I 1 I I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,.t ieut. Alford J. Willi...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…T fLV r.". f-, THE MICHIGAN DAILY S'UNl9AY, S8PTMBM 3e S, .. THEATERS Arcade "Lawful Larceny," featuring Hope tra undertthe direction of N. Falcone conclude the program. "Can a Woman Love Twice?" a new Ethel Clayton picture which opens at the Wuerth theatre on Thursday, con- corns a girl-wife and mother whose husband is killed on the battlefields of France. Forced upon her own re- Hampton and Conrad Nagel, comes to sources after the bi...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG AN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 Time- the resent, Placw An Interview with Mr. Franklin The writer found Mr. Franklin at BRONSON an inconspicuous table in a quiet res- taurant. We introduced ourselves. He greeted us with cold politeness. We told him wel wished to interview him. He cordially asked us to be seated and ordered us food.= "What would you like me to talk about?" he asked. "I talk on any sub- ject-wit...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

…PAGEI TWO THE. MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 ToeJohn, Donne---Literary Kaleidoscope Toteancient ansd obstinate fallacyI LISLE ROSE I once, This is the Patrician, this is that an age of criticism is an age petty te noble flower, ani this the ye- and barren, John Donne is sufficient1 has erred. His oten-quoted verses preaching. The Anglican chrhb manly, this the Plebeian bran." answer. Therefore, ocron geners- begirning boasts in him...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE A Casual Compilation Music and Musicians When eminent ministers of the gos- 68. Carlyle-Sartor Resartus. Announcements of the various con- ing the Philharmonic Central Concert pel and prominent Chautauquans are 69. Dumas-The Three Musketeers. compiling lists of the world's best 70. Dostoyevski-Crime and Punish-. cert cour.es to e given in Detroit company at Arcadia auditorium. books, it ...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 16

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY0 S onum E BER ia, 19 MUSIC AND MUSICIANS- (Continued from Page Three) great traditions of his father. Zeisler, Gabrilowitseb, Hempe,'Prealan, Claer- ens, and Elman aFe all familiar to Ann Arbor audiences through their fre- quent appearances here. In addition to these major concerts, the orchestra will also ble hear tek- ly in popular concerts on Sunday aft- , ernoon. A notable one will be that on November 11...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 MLQ&UGAN, DAILY IGNORANCE enhasser, Tom Paine, and Renan ought (Continued from Page Fiat) to prcedite every text book. The University advocates the read- The reading of novels should, fur- ing of Ruskin and Pater and Conrad thermore, be denounced. It is a waste and Browning; but that is tot well, o ftime; because an uneducated mind cnieh because the students are not seldcimL reads a novel with any other prepared...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 18

…'PAGE SIX' THE "MICHIGAN DAILY SUND.AY, S.MPTEMBER 30, 1923 Books and Wrters ±iH 1 I a"......s.N.Y.""...AS.sia.s"s.a..n.s.....""".N"s.""".".f"ist....a"..................... ."...."............. "s.." .. I'',. SHOUTED it very mildly. The trul FROM GREY TOWERS age is free from gr errors." Consider, for GREY TOWERS, A Campus Novel expression, "their- Aonymous. Coviel.eGee Co. faces" When to break 19211. $2.00 added a spineless. story This i...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 19

…SUNDAY, jE5PTEMBfR $0,,1923 THE MICHIGANDALY PAGE SEVEN the father"-is this, then, the spirit Marion- grows tender and mellow college student to open his eyes and But our schools try to give us knowl- which pervades a modernized version with the passing years and she over-ito evacuate his mind. If, in the I edge before sight; ability before de- of "The Scarlet Letter," a key to the comes to a certain extent an unfortu- versity of Michigan, for...…

September 30, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 7) • Page Image 20

… PA (,J EIGHT THE MIC141CAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 ._~ EGTTEMCIGNDIYS7DY SPEBR2,12 ' Anc npp nack fr L uncIh ABOUT FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON.OR AFTER THE SHOW PUTS YOU ON YOUR TOES MENTALLY, READY TO TACKLE THE NEXT ASSIGNMENT WITH VIM AND PUNCH. Perhaps just a sandwich, a piece of delicious home-made pie and a cup of real honest to goodness chocolate might be just the thing. If you have never tried one of our HOT FUDGE CREME PUFF S...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER Y FAIR TODAY; INK'ED COOL oo It i~au akziI NEITER kSSOCIATED PRE! And WESTERN CONFERE EDITORIAL ASSOCIA V. No 7 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FP .. " f I, PRESIODNT S TWO OFF1IS 0 1924 CABINET T GUILD PRESIDENTS ) BE GIVEN PLACE IN BODY S WEEKLY Liert, Ramsay, John- To Head Importapt Estimate $750 Yearly Cost To Students Here According to the rough estimates of campus ...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA z T. STICS SHOW I OT OFWORK gation Carried on in Over Cities in 31 States nd Canada 70 9 PERCENT JOBLESS New York, Sept. 29.-From 10 to 12 per cent of all workers in the Un- ited States, including men and wom- en, are out of work all the time. That was the statement made here today by the Russell Sage founda- tion foliowing a five year study of employment methods in the United States. It is made clear in the r...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ htose people in norhcern Greenland. In Mysterious Sex tel LIr V ia ".t : ~ o leiit oSleepySTuc 'N5 HERE, P, I 0I" Nine o'clock classes in proximity to] BEGE o I~ANTl le rear of the new Literary build-1 and ~veolorgy ing werc abruptly aroued from tlwir 1'4ilVLo state of semi-soinolence this morning Dr. Luage Koch, famuous Dlan- orerr, will lecture here some- the near future was conif...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Jri gan au I t 111 ery morning except Monday iversi year by the Board in ent eublications. Western Conference Editorial Associated Press is exclusively en- to tse use for republication of all news :hes credited to it or not otherwise' d in this paper and the local news pub- the, ein. Bred at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, ran, as second class matter. Special rate stage granted by Third Assistant Post- - General. scription b...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY U MFA-vA # Ik-7\I 11 , 1' .E V .....,, LSHING CLOSES ON PLEDGE SUNDAY ority Wonien Pledge New Girls After a 10 Day Period of Rushing 1.W MEMBERS LISTED Elchigan sorority women have in brought 10 days of rushing to a e with pledge day on Sunday n, despite the rain, entering wo- i who had accepted a "bid" were ed for and taken to their chosen ses. Rushing rules which were ,nged this year made the many ties simpler tha...…

September 30, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 7) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT w . ...u........+eCC ATORS CI E T y BEATING BOST OSE TRYOUTS 61 TryOuIt ti Tirn in CaCtrds of 175 or letier For 36 Holes i1MEN SHOW WELL SEYNATroRs hAVE KNE .300 1I1TTER1 S FFOt BG SERIES -- AW ashington will enter theI W'orldi's series with eight .QUO batters. Rice, Goslin, Judge, Tate, Neeley, Martina, Russell, andl Johnson, the latter three pitchers, are the high hitters of the Senators. N...…

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