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May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…litpiAnp ttlx F A bAY AND NIGHT SER VICE ,A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1920. PRICt 2THREE C . t .' Engineer 's Heart & Diamond Go To Fair W. S. G. A. Dekgate From Iowa (E.V.) susceptible, or maybe She over-pow- Leap year, the W. S. G. .A. conven- ered Him; but, at any rate, the very tion, and a fair delegate from the fact that she was a delegate to the ---'"fon r a'l COx- University of Iowa, combined to bring romance...…

May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…morning except Monday during the Univer-. d in Control of Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Press is exclusively entitled to the use for ws dispatches credited to it or not otherwise and the local news published therein. ostoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second arrier or mail, $3.50. or Press building, Maynard street. 9 6o; l~ditorial, 2414. not to exceed 300 words, if signed, the sig- to appear in print, but as an"evidence of e...…

May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…T ' " x" 1 r : te r- .".-,-- r ;' w - ... b jI J-LIT BASEBAL All candidates for the junior lit baseball team are asked to report at 3 o'clock this after- noon on south Ferry field. With the opening of the sea- son scheduled for Wednesday, Manager Rorick- desires 'to ef- fect an organization, and to get in as much practice as possible before this time. Men are re- quested to bring their own gloves. Names of the candidates and their ...…

May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…11 IRnS ; IwI I of Stylus will close on May 15. Man- tella Brunt, uscripts, not exceeding 6,000 words in ing at New-'length, may be handed to the libra- amendations rian of the Rhetoric library, or to received at Margaret Walsh, grad., president of the society, on or before that date. 1 _FU nI LE IIUITIULUIU ELL CONIENE MHERE TODAY1 / - I EX.GOV. WOODBRIDGE N. FERRIS. WILL ADDRESS MEETING TUESDAY I1 I WIxomn 100 cards from old plate.. ...…

May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 5

…[he I THE MAJESTIC Unscrupulous tricks are relied on by the Fargot automobile people in their race against Wallace Reid as "Toodles" Walden in "Excuse My Dust," which will be repeated today at the Majestic. The initial scheme tried consists of purchasing two m.a- chines made by the Darco company with whom Walden is associated and rebuilding them to pass as Fargot cars in the race. These are not the only disguised machines in the race, howeve...…

May 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 152) • Page Image 6

…LaAAX& V L . l l V I TUESDAY 3:30-Fresh lit baseball practice oin All-fresh base- Ferry field. trough another 4:00-Senior lit class meeting, room a Saturday aft- 205, Mason hall. absence of the 6:00-Kentucky club will hold a din- s played on the ner Tuesday room 323, Union. ry field. A hot Those wishing to rese-ve plates conditions ideal call Burge at 2574. hers their first 7:00-Il Circolo D'Annunzio meets in y their wares Crcle Francais room...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…DCOOL r~~ I r Sw 43au 4be :43 - at PREL DAY AND NIG ' SEIRM 11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1921. PRICE Sa NOTE TELLS RMANY TO MAKE 'FERS TO ALLIE ON UNKNOIWN FOIR SUDYEN SENDING AFTER LONG DELAY Aryan Sends 2,ooo Pamphlets Here Denouncing Menace of Darwinism LIN William Jennings Bryan has sent 2,000 copies of his pamphlet, "The Menace of Darwinism", to Ann Arbor for free distribution among students of the University. In ...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 2

… ..... SPAPER AOTHE UNIVERSITY OP MICHIGAN orning except Monday during the Univer in Control of Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ress is exclusively entitled to the use for s dispatch'es credited to it or not otherwise, and the local news published therein. stoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second iuilding, Maynard Street torial, 241 4. ed 3oo words, if signed,the sig- in pr int, but as an evidence of be published in The Daily...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

….. ... o ". .. ,. - . , .. ... .,, .. ., ., . .. . . . " . ,", ". .. 'fir - , ' , . . ,, .. ". -. .. . ;., .... E NINE REVENSE Againj APE rJOURNEY consist of each of the two men com- posing the teams playing two out of three sets of singles. In case one house has not won:both singles con- tests, two out of three sets of doubles1 will be played. SPORT CALENDAR Wednesday. 3:00--There will be a baseball prac- tice for soph lits at 3 o...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

…i"WAMMONOWNwiwo .00 qHT LUNCHES [N ARBOR BAR BOWL our beautiful combs for ;ts' Ball. Saunder's Hair INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN TO SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS Miss Imogene Poole, head of the social service department at the Uni- versity hospital, gave a short talk to the service workers of the hospital yesterday afternoon. She spoke of the two types of hospital service work, the recreational and educational kind, and the intensive case work. She stressed ...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 5

…CANTOR ROUNDERS AR RI.c K D E T R O f T ICENTE 93LASCO IBANEZ HORSEMEN 7F THE APOCALYPSE At the regular meeting of the Wes- leyan guild at the Methodist church Sunday night officers were elected for the coming year. Edward T. Rams- dell, '23, ,was elected president; Les- lie Bettison, '22M, vice-president; Ruth Iing, '23, secretary, and Robert New- combe, '23, treasurer. Did you ever try using The Daily as a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction ...…

May 04, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 147) • Page Image 6

…25 cent -Adv. [nes! Sardines! Four cans for s this week at Schultz Grocery. 1 1 i IJLETIN 'I " 4, 1921. Number 147. s:. an important conference of the 'Deans at 10 o'cloek to- )xt year's budget will be discussed. Other offiers of the en invited individually to attend this conference. M. L. BURTON, President. .eeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, May fice of the President. R. W. BUNTING, Secretary. last meeting of the Univer...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…..._.._ ,t t t PRESS DAY A)D NIGHT SERVICE _.....v,,.... ... ,..........,. : :M.,,.. ,., .. ,: . «..x ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 PRICE FIVE DERWOOD IS UNION PRESIDEN i %!a THREE LECTURERS . Lb.RIYII', ON COURSE NAMEDI u1111 Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the I i tuE L ni H MAN s rn public speaking department, has an- ii11 IlI i l ll unced a artal lit of men who will peak under .the auspices of the Uni- OF UNION ...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…._.. it D PRESS itled t the ue10? a !t or aot othrwis ibltshM th rre1. A(ioki~aail as scoexi nerd Street. ed 3oo words, if signed. the aigna- V print but as an evidence of faithi, blishej in The Daily at the discre. ailed to The Daily office. Unsigned consideration. N. manuscript will "loses postage. ly endorse the sentiments expressed ALSTA!F one 2414 ...BRBWSTZR P. CAMBP$1L .............Joseph A. Bernstein ...........--...James B. Young ...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…CONCERTS '1 d under the directions of Strauss music festival at Eisenach, 21, 1890, and met with the en- stic reception which - it has al- since received. Strauss' indebt- to Wagner and Liszt is appar- broughout the work, but there >.present much that is beyond the product of originality and "Progra m" Translated :ander Ritter, an intimate of Strauss, has written the am" of the tone poem, which to F. Apthorp has translated as Seise / the Se...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

….. ,. .. ._ .. ' . i " ., . ,, .. "' .. . . .. - ... , .. r. ,, J .. .- : '," "- .. . .,a ..,.. . " ." , . ., , - - +ti. . X : ti .f , N TRACK NOTICE I ien indoor- track Jer-: w at the intramural. who have won them ie by calling at this" .w _._ _ __ _, - . I. PENS." Nickle's Ar- I FRESHMAN TENNIS CALL All men who wish to try 'hut { for the freshman tennis team " should report at th4 Varsity 1 C courts. . Typewriting and Mimeographing pro...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 5

…LII IL I i uil U.SC. ON LATURAYI ed Match Drilling with RIANS BRING STAR ACQUET MEN ON INVASION rain during the nIght and caused the postponement of city tennis match, scheduled erday afternoon with M.: A. match will be played at some ate, probably next week or he early part of the week of These are the, only times nth teams are free. weather and 'the condition of is permitting, various doubles blons will be tried in order to best possible ...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 6

…es ERITIIE CHURCBL UWING HERLC DI1 jTION I;moral building or chapel which lends iNEEDING dignity to and often commands the campus of the older colleges and uni- versities may be conspicuously ab-' a new 10- sent from a state school plant. several of Such a plan would not require or- eseuts also ganic union on the part of existing religious organizations. A federated o-operative body or a holding corporation would Mould make answer the purpose...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 7

… ~Iomen 1 9 Iiter- not yet paid 2are urged to ks are to be treasurer at fue. Names dues are yet sd in the reg- hng to Walt- of the clase. The regular Mandolin club o'clock this ry hall practice will be evening' of the Girls' held at 7:30 in Newber- EVENTS LISTED M'ichigan Daily desires to le for pi.Zc ..ion a calen- f all important campus s between May 1 and. the of school. The dates and s of all such events must nt to the Calendar Edi...…

May 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 154) • Page Image 8

…i rt 1 I AfiL ] -I- i OF FICIA L BU ILLE TIN recelved until 3:0 p. , (]1:30. a. .Saturdays.) THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 Number 154 e .I WrATs GING ON CAM DAIS NROLMENT SNOWS LAR GE INCR EA E SPECIAL COURSES IN ASTRONOMY. MATHEMATICS OFFERED1 SURVEYORS I I I I J I FRESH LITS NOTICE I Freshman lits are requested to mail their class dues to D. E. Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave- nue at once. No applications - for Fresh Frolic tickets will be c...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…ATHER DWARM od, a6 aili TO, [I. No. 155 EIGHT PAGM. ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE EIN WILL' ILETONIGHTL FOl' LASS~~ FOI 1 ' ANNUAL EVENT TO BE HEID TO- NIGHT IN UNION BALLROO-M FEW REMAINING TICKETS PLACED ON SALE' TODAY «M#ason and Dixon Seven" and iKen- iaedy's Orchestra Chosen to Furnish Music SOPH BAND PREPARES FOR ANNUAL SPRING CONTESTS Pep was the keynote of the practice which was held b...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…mNA~_ _ _ _ --- I Features StockJ 7ago Symphony- For eenth mSuccessive Year MISSIDIARY TO :SPEAK kAT UNIVERSITY.SE hcE REV. MORURS FRATER SECURVDI TQ GIVE An)bRESS SU~ND)AY . . JEEMNO Rev. Morris Frater, for years prom- inenit'i missionary work among the f~outh Sea Islannders, will b h speaker at the .University' servics to be field in Hill auditorium at 7:30 O'clock Sunday evening. He will ta. k, on the~ subject, "Among tho, South' Sea Isl...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…iT .HICAN DAILY tl I IEW YORK WOMAN American Legion Auxiliary Cares'ForVeterans In Mexico - . - be no rehearsal of the ast today. whave not yet fired in. against the men are re- e this afternoon at the mer field as it will be >ortunity to enter the omen who are planning tdoor range will meet at orrow afternoon at the fice. There will be no day evening at the in- There will be a meeting of the life niembership committee of the Univer- s...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PHI 111BETA :KAPPA--Th123 ~ attVj ith th3, announcenlut of Phi Beta Kappa elections for l1923 comes the 'ICIAL NEIVSPAPFER OF THE interesting revelation that, of the 79~ 'IV"?RSI -Y, OF I'-1CIGAN ; literatry students upona whoml the ied evry :horning except Monday ' ioio of membership was conferred thie L.; iversity year by the Board in Iof Student Publications 50 Nwere women while only 29 Were I bees of Westerni Conference...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

…______ _ ___ _____THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ithe r Collegeso dIon has appeared in a great variety Attrac ive dresses, dainty and prac-y ofroe at the Metropolitan Opera and 'tical for girls from two to twelve C 1./+ __ ------ has also found time for seeral conl- otthwestern --"If our sense of 8s4eping in a mnortuary.-,Another stu- Misstordon' jestlt i to X11 were cultivated to its highest dent pays is expenise 1)y occupying ap...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

…_____ ____frTHE MICHIGAN DAILY . ... I- . / ' , _ . t S11l111H Uw, W-Ndgm% Ny rlnir J L ' s W6 t, -0'- VIII RUN.,TRIALS' FOR ILLINOIS MEE fill Compelte in 100, 880, 440, 220, and Low hurdles Tomorrow at 1O:I5 O'clock ROSSER. SMITH SVINE IN VAULT AND IIH JUMP Coach Farrell's men have been orking hard and consistently in pre- 3,ratiol for the coming Illinois meet id although few have tried to make ty remarkable performances there %...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 7

…MICHIG7ANDAILY r .rryn . . _ _ , I THIS COLU1MN CLOSES IAT 3 P.Md; XI SING NOTICE Trhe following B~ox Replies are at thie DAILY OFFICE: DW, Jake, JSC, X, M. C. -MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED.. RATES Classified Rates. TCwo cents a word a clay, paid in advance. Minimum charge for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. 'Three cents per word per day if charged. White space charged for at rate of five cents per agate line. Classifieds, char...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

…____ ___ TIIE I .-'AN DAR.) ----------- ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN! caio in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all meviberu of alveratty. Copy receivred until s_2O P. m. (110 A. n a-sy. t 3 FRIIJAY, XAY 4, 19 Njj Abr 1l0 iAll Seniors: DIPLOGMA FEE IS PAYAJLEk NOW! Early settlement is ntees- the prejparation of diplomas. In no case will the University degree at Commencement upon any student who fails to pay this1 "e 4 o'clock p. mn. May 22. ...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…[ER I 3k iAa att Secti4 One SIXTEEN PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1924 SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE, FIN NED ITIN; INE NATIVES ST S SUPPLIED )DS FOR NEEDS oats Combine pt To irs May 3, (By A. P.) Ly air cruisers at- the globe which tch Harbor since at 11 a.m. toda3 350 miles sou,;th- . to wireless mes- The Week's News In Brief NATIONAL President Coolidge was quoted as saying in a telegram that he was try- ing "to deliver" ...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DICUSSESI AOMS Inner of Nobel Prize For Physics Delivers University Lecture ESU1IBAES NEW FIELD OF WORK IN ATOMIC MECHANICS Dr. Robert Andrews Millikan, win- 3r of the Nobel prize for physics last ai, and second .of the only two Am- icans ever to have received that nor, delivered a University lecture 11 o'clock yesterday morning in itural Science auditorium on the tbject of "Atomic Structures." He aWs in Ann Arbor to delive...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…THEMICHIGAN DAILY ... ... \1 M MIII0, _5. 5 rZ.S'ZS Women Approve Notices Clubs At State Wh, th r or not social clubs should; Read The Daily "Classifie wi i Y IOMEN RESPOND WELL "TO DRIV am Captains And Committee Invit- ed To Luncheon Tomorrow At Union Authoress Holds Judicial Post In Canadian Court }+ S EARN PLACES WCENT HONOR LIST More enthusiasm has been eviiced over the University of Michigan under- graduate campaign than has...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY E' THE except Monday by the Board in aference Editorial' ciated Press is exclusively en- use for republication of all news rtdited' to it o!' not otherwise, hi paper and the Cal news p("; it. t the po0toafice at Ann Arbi) . see ud 1ass r,~ter. p(Ctll r+te "rat. ~n by carrier, $4p0; by nll nn Arbor Press Iuilding, May tditoril, 214 an '7%6-M; Lusi mmnrnfiatiOlS, noA exsceding 300 )t o; 11 bnifire p li ha.. h Diy ~~~~~I~ o...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 44 qqw nnv.. ,rm®su rLx'aix ' ;>;raa .r reo+raa' c.,q «" w AWMW AMWQ "°, - -_m . , ^ :fik: sxa. ; ,rre ' eti+iw.. u ,pt ,+";sa a _ r /<" 1.K x¢ 7 N f r; i' ' r 11 I IL lt7 / J L~2 Np % ) " _ , , . ,d4 ' . . ; i t r p ' / l '0A ' " t i P ' LO ' I I .,f l IL7 6 & v I- . P ~ e. ' ow 4' L °E 614." AA, §TA RT INGf i ' t"t 1< . . a it .1 w.I I /e ofi r I I ", UN ' -U----- _, I ''A Lo...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY rw yI _ unrirr/ A 9 MM M I i w v 2 A .Quuuiuuuur A, - ..~ t i Ino SQAD TOg ETOAFH SOTA SERIES, i I YEARLING TELEGRAPHIC 31EET CALLED OFF; RAIN The Freshman, telegraphic meet scheduled for yesterday with the Illinois yearling squad, was postponed indefinitely on account of the rain storm. The meet may be held on Thu'rs- day but )nothing definite has come from Urbana. 1LATION' LUNI OF AND BENSON )SE NORTHME...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…Ti-h MaC:fGAN DAILY .. IS COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M. LADY OR MAN to take orders for our FOR RJD wonderful rose bushes, flowering plant, shrubs, and trees for fall SIX ROOM furnished I planting. Splendid-pay weekly and 15th to Sept. 15th at easy work; no delivering or collect- Phone 475-. ing required. Begin now. Write r. Boone, Chase Brothers, Nursery- SUMMER HOMES at1 en, Rochester, New York. io Eight room fur home from June t 205 N. Ing...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN L) ~ A ULY I'FFICIAL BULLETIN liatiooD in tie Bulletina is contructive notice to all members of, anlvrsity. Coapy received by Mle Aasistat to -the President until p. m. (11:30 . M. saturday): wei 4 SUNIJAY, 3M4Y 4, 10 Number 157 SDeaams: re will be no conference of the eans 'on Wednesday, May 7. There wever, be a conference, on Wednesday, May 14. M. L. Burton. lamatiou by the Giovernor:' tom has decreed that once each year a ...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

…t 4 t ;Ij 0 ,,, ~-- yr .,,,,, _ __ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1924 RNATIONAL NIGHT ARRIV itan Club's TAKE LEADING ROLESI The Club's Activit al U~niversity' e of the cent and produc- rhetoric .n of the various :iety of cam- . has been of a series ted by cast- sland before acts ranging f the Rabin- o a Chinese rry Lauder rogram, the r1s' play and iting. Thank You, unior Girls5 Production in public in Russia due ...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN ... _. . . .. M ... Nomination and Election of the President Four k By Thomas 1H. Reed (this is the third of "Pro fessor ReM's articles on the 2arofis phases of our political systcjui. Nekt Sida's at ticle a cill discuss party orgaiz-'ation and miethods ) The greatest of all offices is not'fi~ed by direct vote of the people. The framers of. our Constitution felt that ,a very much Gbetter choice would be made by electors cho...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 11

… Reunions to 14 to t E' lip Alumni Secretary .Recounts 14; fX4 .T'L . A I In IJI BASEBALL, ENTERTAIN GUESTS sses are scheduled to iversity on June 14 in celebration of Alumni resentatives from the dicalgraduates of 1864 dental and engineering 22, planning to attend. 1 be preceded by mdi- of the various classes The annual alumni meeting at 101 clock Saturday morning will start le program foltovfed by a luncheon L noon given by the Un...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 12

….1H- III N tAl1 F(juu, J6 A as 4 4, 4 hooks and Writers 4 to 4 C W.Po- IN REVIEW l yd Douglas lege books! The American author. seems to have become obsessed with the idea of writing them, and the NtTSITER'S EVERYIAY LIFE' American reading public still seems oyd Douglas; publibked by inclined to accept them. Their char- err. acters are not widely diversified' wed by Herbert A. Jump types, having a general tendency to odern minister s...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 13

…. tAl e4, t9 Drama to t9 4 0/ Ii, a F, A uxieder Singer and Opera Ii~eia~iaenj;ii I The CampusAnd The Theatre alhc fart Str o A p a tF sia~a student of Mr. Hamilton in Chicago --h fc I3 a1i.1 nd has come here to continue his II.Th omiiiitte :a Camipus Or.I practically amounts to the producti on,, ;cett nunb fwork. He has a fin basso voice and 11 h Moie lux tecxt thyoug charsmioramnglueyounga br his programon, y aletincludesuner hedsevera...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 14

… rA ._ enc c Past Play rel .m.* iswell Angell Hall Was Of Earliest Senior Plays Descendants Of Colonists Forme New Societyl e time the first Senior Girls' ;iven 15 years ago, this pro- s gradually come to be con- e of great importance to and women of the Univer- present it is a special fea- mmencement week, and is ended by guests of thre sen- :ome to attend the graduat- ses. The following history the development of the play to the pre...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY deed Not Worry_ Who Will Pay ForBroc ans F- As Good il Creator Fs Sufficient s Note. This is the first 11:0( ries of articles to be pre- y Mr. Bailey exclusively for 5:0 .ly. He will take up other! >f the development of radio 7;3 Headliners What The Wild Waves Are Saying Readers of The Daily may be inter- I Those of you who wanted the Michi- I --- Today In The Churches -- Programs TODAY 0 a. im-7IYW Chicago, ters: C...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 16

… STARING TODAY 6 The Craze of Broad- way for Months! Thc liv eliest, peppiest and most 'Aalandishly comical conceit in the °shok~ world of vaudeville. It is _nd ed, incomparable. A Brilliant Keith Vaudeville Headliner! A Solid Yetar in New York City Alone! Nothing like this has ever hit Ann Arbor. It sets a pace for jazz and comedy that is so swift it will sweep Ann Arbor audiences into fren zy of enthusiasm. The Reigning / :RAGTIME...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 "fr t 41 att4kw MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS .............. 0 VOL. XXXVI. No. 158 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICIIIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS r w re w nrrr PRICE FIVE CENTS ENGINEERS DESIRE MORE CULTURE AND BUSINESS COURSES PROF. WHITE GIVES REPORT OF GRADUATES' ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRES TREND IS NATIONAL Conclusions Reached By Educational Committee Also Given,-Ichigan Graduates More Successful...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…')PAGE 1IWO J THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 4, 192u ~'AGE ~ TUE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926 WORLEY DEPICTS TRAVEL METHODSi~ P-art-Time Lecturer Portrays Close Relation Between Transportsa- tion Aidd National lWelfaire j AT THlE THEATEUS I To ay--Skreen Arcade-- "Th e Untamed Lady," 1 with Gloria Swanson. PLAN VEICUiLRTUNNEL UNDER DETROIT, Hill plans of t he Det roit River ubway Inc.., top building vehicu-lar and stre, ralwayv...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…'.4 a A _ TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926 Reports Show H( 5 Had Good Hi Students who are accorded honors Sfor excellence in scholarship gener- ~*ally' snter the University with excel- Slent high school grades, and show em- Sphasis on academic subjects during Stheir secondary school course, it was Sannounced 'yesterday by the committeeI T~charged with the task of arranging the third annual Honors convocation Yto be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow in Hill au...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

… 0 PA~F FO~r THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES~DAY, MA'?'4. 1024 s vy.ti,..,t a r .,. ... _,. Published every morning except MonAay during the University year by the Boat in Control of Student Publications. Members of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news1 dispatches credited to it or not otherwise tredited in this paper and the local news pub- limhed ther...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…0 ' TrSDVMAY 4, 1923, THT MTCI-1CAN DAL\Y " it :+ r w+ , T f r w V q =I "AVAAM M =A-VAM U + 5 3 I a LEAGUE TO -PLEDGE ON BUILDING FU-ND 'Mrs. I. D. Ienderson Meets With' league Board To :Iaye Plans For Next Year WILL HELP ALUMNAE Will Entertain Oriental Women At Series Of Teas Mothers' Day Plans To Foster Understanding And Cooperation 1 _ .. - -- a To create a spirit of comradeship, Oriental women will be entertained to quicken...…

May 04, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE STX STUESDAY, MAY 4, 12 ... . AN* ,. MEN I R THDBYRROR Associated Press Dispatches Fail To Give Wolverine Leader Credit For 80 Victory VOELKER STILL OUT Due to an error in the Associated Press dispatches that were carried in all of the newspapers on Sunday morning, Capt. Dick Freyberg was re- ported to have taken third place in the half mile event in the dual meet with Iowa Saturday, whereas the star Wol-...…

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