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March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…N 'EATHER AND SNOW I £o il ~Iait l ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND \IGUT WIRE SERVICE I TODAY f I T VOL. XXX. No. 108. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. PRICE THREE ClI CURATIV ETHODS ALON TAU6T BY MEDICAL SCHOOLS -DEAN VAUGHAN DECLARES DOCTORS UNABLE TO COPE WITH MANY QUESTIONS PREVENTITIVE SDE 0 F EDUCATION NEGLECTED Says Sanitary Engineer Better Fitted to Do Publie Health Work Than -Phratlan BULLETIN (By Associated Press)...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 2

…_HE MICHIGAN DAILY a ,, ; NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday during 'the Univer- Board in Control of Studgnt Publications BER OF THE ASSOCIATED 'RESS 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 or mail, $3.50. isArbor Press building, Maynard street. i...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

… °_P f J Y ... p ' " a. ' 1+ ' Y *S 7._ Is. WANNim I r times. The all fresh played a fine' game throughout and many of the men showed real Varsity calibre. Miller and Whitlock divided the scoring -hon- ors for the winners. Cappou played a fine game at guard. Elmer "Cress played a stellar game for the Phi Kaps. He scored 10 of his team's 15 points. Loring also played a good game. Hahn A Champion Of Former Days 10 NEWMEN HEED SWlMMIN...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 4

…From The Other Colleges, uth, Colgate, Wil- women will also be located there An ebury colleges were athletic stadium is to be erected and ipate in the annual the chemistry building is to be re- inter-collegiate ski- modeled. held at Montreal un- Princeton-The first mid-year com- of McGill University,4 mencement at Princeton was held this 9. year, when 86 men graduated. All of Student Council of this number had served in the war. recently set F...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 5

…he Led upo tils According to investigation by an en- Sofficers are terprising "cub," the campus is found i ouallycThis to be fairly swarming with all types in the Army ofauthors, poets, and journalists. official source Research shows that the curou thing about the whole affair is that these famous persons are going about incognito during their college ca- reers. The "cub" discovered that it is not modesty but the fault of the public. I Files ...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

…. . 'est to University Yomen 'I Notes r the Women's Athletic banquet will be on sale ay noon at Miss Wood's -bour gymnasium. Cotil- may be procured free at ce. s are not turning out to ractice in satisfactory hursday will be the last re the selection of the Erley, '20, last year's es as many seniors as how up at 5 o'clock for s enrolled with the ap- mmittee should come to w'een 10:30 and 12 o'clock hiis week in order to fill Tanks. >f all ...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

…[HE MICHIGAN VA b sj.. . MAJESTIC THURS.-FRI.-SAT 0 )RPHEUM THEATRE 2700 3-30 7:00. 9.30 10-On 1 T ,stage THE WHITNEY .1 Anita Stewart In I "IN OLD KENTUCKY" WUERTH THEATRE Wed-Thurs-3-4-A. J:.Blackton produc- tion "Dawn" with a kinogram weekly and comedy, "Trial by Jury." Fri-Sat-S-6-William Farnum in "Heart Strings" also comedy, "Over the Ocean Wave" and news. Sun-Mon-7-8-William Russell in "Six Feet Four" with a "Snub" Polla...…

March 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -,, DAILY TRYOUTS mores and upperclass- e wanted to tryout for orial staff of The Daily. news editor in the aft- Rainfall Cannot Be Controlled To furnish World With Energy -PROF. HUSSEY I a Michigan Daily is an all-Cam- paper.-Adv. ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET Keellent CHOP SUET from, 11-:80 a. m. to midnight eaks and Chops 814 S. State Prof. W. J. Hussey, director of the University observatory, stated yes- terday that he did n...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIR; CONTINUED COLD TODA1Y r34 ~Iute ASSoCIATED PRESS DIAY AND NIGHT WIRE SEUVIt1'ICE VOL.. XXXI. No. 103. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 4 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS FORONEY TARIFF MEASURE VETOD BY PRES. WILSON iMESSA(1E SAYS THIS IS NO TIME FOR HIGH TRADE BARRIERS HOUSE KILLS MANY BILLS IN LAST RUSH Navy Appropriation for $395,000,000 Not Expected to Piss Durng Present Session (By Associated Press) Washington, March 3.-The...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR tactics. That is the only way to be really victori- ous. It is the only way to develop the ideals of true sportsmanship, which in its higher aspects comes pretty close to the best principles of ethics. Michigan has made her reputation on this type of playing in the past,and the reputation is worth holding. MUSIC - AN APPRECIATION In the glamour that accompanies wild sobs of the saxophone, soul-stirring slides of the tro...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…at££. I AVRL..nA £ .Jty i .fd~I. e w...,r . ... . . . . :, ;. "., . :.. . . ", . .. . . f .. .. .. ' ' "' " . . , s i " , J n ,' 4 r fRy p,'Z _ _ _ { , BATTING PRACTICE TESTS.PASTIMERS Hitting Drill Calls on Varsity Hurlers and Receivers To Do Extra Duty' PRATT MAKES FIRST CUT IN DIAMOND SQUAD; 50 SURVIVE Batting practice for the last two days has given the Varsity baseball candidates a chance to test out their hitting eye and is cal...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

…1A*L ev.il TANTED: An agent to sell the famous abash stationery box to stu- nts andtteachers. The box tains two hundred letter ads and a hundred envelopes, inted to order, and fifty blank cond sheets. All for a dollar d a quarter. Liberal com- ssion. No investment. Write day to the Wabash Printing mpany, Wabash, Indiana. L !, III i EIII l I III i I l ~llhIII:: f I Board ReductionE $6.50 Three Meals $5.50 Two Meals 5 3 Forest UNION SEEN AS...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

… tunuramitiuric OPEN TO STUOEN T5S Italy- America Societ y an~d Romance Language Department Announce Summer Excursions FREE TRIP FOR BEST ESSAY ONT ITALIAN CONTRIBUTIONS Two E~uropean tours, open to mem- bers of the faculty and students of the University, were announced yes- terday for this summer. The 'Italy- America society has planned a trip to Italy with definite educational objects in view, while the romance language department's tour is ...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _. an Of W.A.A. more the time for an annual . of the Women's Athletic as- n has arrived. At 5:30 o'clock y evening, the time set for the ig, a large group of women s and alumnae will "drink a to Michigan." s will be arranged and decor- ated according to classes in the din- ing room at Barbour gymnasium. "Pep" will not be lacking in the songs and stunts that are being planned, class competition serving to stimulate the ...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAfLY DAILY PRINTS 4,200 UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICE COPIES EACH ISSUE MAKES REPORT FOR 1919-1920I NNlI fl ih PlAY ,The Tniversity h a ith rvie ha niitUHL. ULrIUU !I lII MUSICAL COMEDY AT MEETING DAY DECIDED WEDNES- ONI Reviving an annual custom, the se- nior girls will produce a class play this year during commencement week. It was decided at a class meeting yes- terday that the play take the form of a musical comedy since...…

March 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL I ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN e I FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921. Number 103. taft Club: he Staff Club, Homoeopathic Hospital, wil. be addressed by nder G. Ruthven, Professor of Zoology, today at noon, dinner W. B. HINSDALE, Dean of Homoeopathic Medical School. Mr. fol- ersity Club: There will bea social meeting of the Club Friday, March 4, at 8 p. M. ic, papers by several members, and refreshments. F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary. ect...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…trt4yn, at, F I- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARC}I 4, 12-2 vrm In Methods Of University Control To Replace "Autocratic Type" I Proposed In Criticism By fichigan Man In March Issue Of "Survey" II gistc m in university government is, posal of Dr. John E. Kirkpat- structor in the political science ient, in an article appearing in rch issue of The Survey. The urges the replacemnt of the "aristocratic -or autocratic university governmen...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 2

…uise for thierwise isecond entiments. expressed BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ......................,Joseph A. Bernstein .............. ...... .Paul W atzel .........J. B. Young G. P. Overton )n M. B. Stahl echt an..................L. Armstrong Kern er }E. R. Meiss r...............Thornton W. Sargent, Jr. , ....George E,. Sloan S..Sidney B. Coates ...George Reindel ...lizabeth Vickery .. ... .. .. . . .. . ..E. R. Meiss . Marion Koch eltz Robert ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

…SLug a Sound To Aero Work i l MOSCOW, Feb. 7.-Soviet Russia will soon have a wireless station cap- De. able of transatlantic service, says H., Nikolaieff, assistant commissar for posts and telegraphs. The station is in progress of erec- tion at Bogorodsk, near Moscow and at- is expected to be one of the most F. powerful in the world. Its towers ern will be more than 900 feet high, which ing is 300 feet higher than the famous ni-' German wire...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 4

…< TV v ,. a 'tom. '6 - 9 ".1. %Qd::5 / I x , _ ,_ . ., , ______________________________ SPIRITED' entered, but as yet they have not ds- orpaydthiiwrs.Aitedoeno TE PL ~irit MB~ laedthirwaes A hedoe owTRCKAHLETES ARV a whirlwind, for Bruckers and San- 1 H MGfA1 R 't chez are out with hammer and tongsF R BRUJCKEIRSANCIIEZ TEAM MAY to regain their lost crown, while Og- MEET GREEIN.OGDON FOR i don and Green are on the defensive. Michigan ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 5

…U, Pi 'I ge I !Iawkeyes Tonig, F start plays and to break up Iowa of- fense. SElyBest Center The center position will be filled by Ely. There is no question that the work of this player is above the aver- ed every opposing center that has been seen in" Waterman gymnasium. He iseasily of All-Conference caliber. In the Illinois game alone, his work mer-. ited a great deal of credit. In this ISLIUINARY OF contest Ely scored ten baskets fro...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

… __ _ _ :w. _ ...._._ .:. _ . YOU WILL DO BETTERI I Menure -AT- Gr'ocerie- M~r. Steward, if you found that you could actually save money by buying your groceries at home LEMBLE'S BREAKFAST LUNCH Grapefruit 530 FOREST AVER IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF- ITS' AND SERVICE- THIS IS THE STORE Gans best grade Red Salmon 89c st $1 Broom in the City 73c Cream of Wheat Coffee Banana Sandwiches-Toasted Rice a la Japan Hearts of Lettuce, with Thou- ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

…d A meeting of the University Girls' I Glee club will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. for the sked to STUDENTS OFFERED rill do ny or- EUROPEAN TOURS money.- from 9 Four student tours to European countries, membership in *fwhich is open to students and instructors in at and American colleges and universities,I ay will has been organized for the summerof morn- 1922 under the auspices of the Institute all. of Internatio...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 8

…RUU VIII Y U L. b. I .:80 a. m. Saturdays.) I III U l ul 'i Is) II x IIL now Cour Alu h (By Courtesy of Chimes) 4, 1922 Number 110 el H. Hodgin of the Teachers' Annuity and Insurance Associa- i the office of the Secretary of the University from 10 to 12 orning and 10-12 a. m. and 2-3:30 p. m. Monday, March 6, for f conferring with members of the faculties upon the advan- by the Teachers' Anuity and Insurance Association. Mr. Hod-...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER U E1TTLI 1) _t it an VOL. XXXIII. No. 111 20 PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 20 PAGES Section tOne PRICE FIVE CENTS PTURE TR In Berlin Goes Oklahoma Daily Home To Report Praises Union "Michigan Union Is University Ideal", was one of the headlines in a recent issue of the Oklahoma Daily. The article that' followed was based on a tour of a number of college un- ions by Gene Faulkner and B. S Grahiam. i The two st...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG AN, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 Arthur Schnitzler's Fidelity In this country, the custom of judg- ROBERT LOCKE form, in this country since aout 1915, ing art by its conformity to conven- for you know Dr. Schnitzler is an tional morality has prevented a very Austrian. Before the war, however, wido~spreasl recognition of Dr. Arthtur there had been several editions of his Schnitzler as the ptaywfright a n plays publish...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN, DAILY IQKI&&N LOSES TO IOiNANS52O-181 Cap lponi 2, Haggerty 1, Birks 1 Laude 2, Japse 3, Hicks 1, hxair time: M-1chi~gan 10 Iowa eree: Kearns, DePauw. Pr i), Ohio Wesleyan. nuun RRTIri~IlnN rvr' 1; Iowa: Score at 9. Ref- Umpire: 1~r Q QOLE FA VORS all parts of the couintry in the refor- SAVING ,FORE STS restration movement.4 4 (Continued from Page One) j IIUIIII I LIVIJIUIU LIII LU i LU Captain Ely, Ksipke, Paper, C...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 192 THE FARM BLOC AND INFLATION A year ago the farm bloc was at LILLIAN REID tariff; Eison has so eay money novelty, a nenace to prty politics; I scheme; Ford wants to run a nitrat today, as this session of Congress lant; one want to start co-perative nears an end, we see it initts true isnedtotesttes.ilpoaty t o ysteonr Cmpp (0 iniarknaieting on a nationl scale; an- perspective, It is little more i...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

…______ _________ THE MICIGAN DAILY ; I omen IH USPITAL FFER FoR UMNAE ILIET .,..,.: fare: Agnes Stewart, '24, Dorothy WOR D)unlap, '24, Amy Martin, '24, Dorothy Greenwald, '24, Harriet Bury, '24, ]+l-sieI Cil fur :Tlo , '23, Frieda Keifer, grad., Mfargar- et Kraus, '23, Phyllis Mellencanip, '23Ed, Dorothy Lippold, ,23Ed, JBeulah t lWomaen Sliowv to Answer C Voluniteer{+ There xwill be a special meceting ofll The annual Alumnae banq...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 192: THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE A Magic Hand In The Near East After one has viewed the situationi JACKI in thte Near East from every angle he( would probably not deny that Turkey has reached a position in the afair prtentions ttat they may' appar of the world which is eading to a hib so It is this type that is yI coniition not only rapidly approach-te ostdageoi;antI as a rest ing a drastic climax ut involving th i aetei...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,_ .. ., OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIIVERSITY OFMI[CHIGA1N Published every morning except Monday+ during the University year by the Board inj Control of Student Publications. - Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of alls news dispatches credited to it or not other- I wise credited in this paper and the local news published there...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOuR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 Music and American Audiences The attitude of American audiences NORMAND LOCKWOOD most certain to be, but such reforms toward ensemble playing is one lack- are not to be created artificially. A ing greatly in understanding. The valuable lessons that the old world In music, we Americans have no slow process it will be. though in tine average concert goer is an advowee has to teach, and instead c...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

…THEICHIGANDAILY PAGE .W_ - , MOVE SIGN FARTHER? pijO WIil VlOP FICTION IS MOST p- T READ AT LIBRARY GOD wL M n i T Washingi 013. March (By AT.)- The Ford otor company was granted a preliminary permit yesterday by the Federal Power conmission to devel- op power at the high dam erected a cross the Mississippi river between St. Paul and Minneapolis by the gov- rnment as an aid to navigation. What is the most popular form ofi periodical li...…

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…ENUDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE This week's success in The Freeman Among the Magazines is Mr. Edward Townsend Booth's re- markable essay on "Spring in Flori- N. B. da." Mr. Booth's style is so consist- THE BOOKMAN for March: Men as ent in its rhythm Hat it might be call- well as women should read "The Flap- ed a prose song. per's Wild Oats" by Elizabeth Breuer. Other articles are: "Shakespeare The title is obviously misl...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…THIE AN DAILYj ,-. , 0 -72 ..... \j +: M IiI Mi M11 ,. .. ,apt.. .. rMI 11M / [t1AllliilllllUVII l[ _ Millimm-i 1* I ZJ _ . ,. . . VARSITY CA'PTURES CARNIVAL HONORSl (Continued from Page One) utes 13 1-5 seconds. (A New Carnival record.) 75 yard high' hurdles-Wron by Johnson, Illinois; second, Hubbard, Michigan; third, Crawford, Iowa; fourth, Reahm, Illinois. 75 yard low hurdles--Won by Ril- ey, Kansas Aggies; second, Hubb...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY'' SUNDAY; MARCH 4, 1923 PAfIE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, ARCh 4, t9)g POLITICS FROMV THE t the csonr t 'dht e staunchls to the CHURCH STEEPLE pttitciptes ofthte Reputbtic'tn Patty. IDemtocratt'shis evtentlty' teent to icNf'O THE HILLS, By Ediward Nielson ,,ttittt,t to the 'attior ever since the IingI v. The Strattford ('ompany. tieywttenthits nottiet t ritis ite Ieardl Itevieweod by Rober T. ('ratio ftrom so...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPEGT6S Misirlo T I. u XI' But One :flan of Last Season's Squad Lost to. Team; R oricl to CaptAin Quartet SEVENTEEN MATCHES ON 1923 -ARD; ENTER BIG 10 TOURNEY Tennis prospects look bright thiqj year with but one man gone from last year's squad, Reindel, who played number two and was.lost by .gfadua j tion.Merkel, captain and numbe; one last 'year, is serving as manager this year while Rorich, number threg in 192...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN She forgives Nora, anti the other, and' eldest, naturally inarries first, after 1 then for a time decides to abandon did not present a medical diaginosis finally Laurence. Titat night he has msany trial love affairs witit young ttte "fast" life, but it retains its gipof the liodern fensale. lie would a, sudden relapse antd Mary goes ot eligibles, and sttooo ncr- thdisabp-onilthertutil shte...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

…TI IE MICHIGAN' DA L. SNY, FAP.IIITY TA PlAY ....,r7 STEFANSSDN Td SPEAK News From The Other. Colleges ibgg's, "Depreciation of Public t'i~dy ity Properties" received at XWahr' 1 University Booke store.--Adv. L 41 If you don't know where you lost the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas- sified Ad" will find it for you.-Adv. I1 UUL 11 1U 1LIII Wonicit's Cliii) and Y. W. C. A. Sponsor Nine Act Performance Tom or- row Nighi3 d A NIThP.WS C...…

March 04, 1923 • Page Image 8

…PAL . EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 DOROTHY CANFIELD latest novels is felt the vivacity which (Continued from Page One) is the kenoe of her character. While scholarly achievements the mastery attending first to the things of home= of several tongues. and neigiborhood, she possesses Miss Canfield's first work of fiction, boundle's breadth of interest a n d or story-telling, entitled "Gunhild" abundant enjoyment of life. Nat...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

…_ Section II Y A19an t l ilatt Section Two Two VOL. XXXIII. No. 111 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 PRICE FIVE CENTS MACMILLAN FORETELLS POLAlR EXPLORATION BY DIRIGIBLE GLIMPSES OF UNCLE JOE CANNON Uncle Joe' Cannon Cf Will Retire TodayE Washington, March 3.--(Special)- The most famous figure in America's political life steps out of public office "Dirigibles if sent to the Northi pole would be able to do more explor- ...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ _ _ . A T THE THEA TERS Arciad- Katherino MacDonald, in "Money, Mon , Money," is the opening attrac- tion hero on Sunday. It is the story of a girl who wants everything sho crooks. The girl is suspicious of his Purple Mask, upon whom the royalists good intentions, and when her father have centered all their hopes for the Thoug the program is presented by members only, visitors are welcome.Man Must BegiZ hasn't got,...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 11

…I - F VV, t ' : . . M~.~ IGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 x ___ _ _ _ . ' DORO-lY CANFIELD latest noavels is felt the vivacity whch l 1lllinriIIIIiiiftriiiiiillitttnrlTttimljgjggjggj ;IlitiitllItlllrlitifil;:- (Continued from Page One) s the kevnoe of hr ,character. While . , scholarly achievements the mss ey atten~ding~ fist to the tlings of home New VictorRecords -Fr March 1923, of. several tongues, and neighborhood, s...…

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…+ , -,. ., . _' - - n J ., PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ;R THE FARM' BLOC AND INFLATION- A year ago the farm bloc was a X LILLIAN REID tariff; Edison has an easy money novelty, a menace to party politics; schenm; Ford wants to run a nitrate today, as this session of Congress boplant; one wants to start co-operative This amendment will probably be sub-fbyteonr.Cppodcinhs near...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 13

…A FACE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4 1923 SUNDAY, MARH 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY a ,: . .. ,, ,. . ..." 2 n: in r *ri .. ..... ... "" B-0 r I t i °l 9 '', l l . mp _I i a 'l y wmnwn irirr .,r .,.n - r. POLITICS FROM THE the country adheres staunchly to the_ CHURCH STEEPLE principles of the Republican Party. j Democracy has evidently been an 1NTO THE HILLS, By Edward Nelson anathema to the author ever since the...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 14

… PAGE FOURI THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 .- <.c _ rIr7 h ~- TNEL7CHKtA-NDAILY 3 Music and American Audiences The attitude of American audiences NORMAND L toward ensemble playing is one lack-E ing greatly in understanding. The valuable lessons that the old world average concert goer is an advowee has to teach, and instead created a of the star system; he is insincere in civilization based upon a practical his judgment of...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 15

…THE MICI-IC AN DAILY 100 EYIE IN- Trn, er Look~s For .reaction; 6GYERNMENT ANNOUNCES Admission to the Blue courses re- quires more military experience thanj t t f ~NIAII IW~ft1,In RevolutionaryRusa (Continued from Page Ninie) "I expect to see a reaction from to Professor Turner. England con- F or, which meets at 12 o'clock: I the revolution in Russia, if I live long. tinned as a republic for more than a Mr. Jun) will again speak in the...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUND AY,. French 1«: IMr. Patterson's class in 'French 42 which has been meeting in Room A =Alumni Meta. Hall on Tues. and Thurs., will m eet after this (beginning Tees.) in Room 231. N.S. at the regular time. WTARNER FP. PATTERSON. Mrechmnie il Eiiginet Ting,, :6: Trip to Detroit Pre, ,ed Steel Co., Monday afternoon, March 5. 3 CHIAS. B. GORDY. IDO ANY OF THESE APPEAL TO YOU? EAT AT' Exjdbltioni of Chicago Tribune B...…

March 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER CLOUDY; PROBABLY RAUIN j OIL SN OW 'TODAY 9:g SirW ~IuiIp GIVE TO THE FOREIGN RELIEF= FUND _ - -- __ VOL. XXXIV. No 112 EIGHT IPACES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1924 EIGHT PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS e FRlIENDSHIP DRIVE Miss Quayle Relates Need Of TTINT*,0 3 1 a ' . r . c theStuen reiefofCzehoSlovakia, from starving to death. He was the TH RiAYE D nOto reiervie,300clredgee , only son of Professor Odrank...…

March 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 112) • Page Image 2

…__ _ _ _ _ _ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ _ _ __ _ _ _ TUESDPAY, MA-IRCH 4, FLOOR PLAN OF YOST FIELD HOUSE: FOR UNION FAIR rT 13;S 7 11 r --T - 1 _ 34 I31. I 3,P) 401 - 4Z 0l OMEN 41 1 l'r; E, iConfined to ITospitaIl I.L. 13. Prdioml, instructor in elbl- C._ioal pycoog illinthe I'PM- V" erS'ityho)Spitl suffe1 ring f'roma as- t 'd. IHis cla~syes will meet as usual hil h is in the hos pital, othler in- trutor hVing bwen put inl Charge ...…

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