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June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…f 0 WEATHER AND WVARIMER TODAY g SirPi rn ati PRESS DAB AN~D NIGHTWIl SERVICE .. . XII. No. 180 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 PRICE FIVE -L ICHIGAN DEFEATS O S. U., 9- t r LM CEAPTURES B16 TEN MEE.T , 3HNNEOTA AND NOTRF DAME FINISH BEHIND INDIANS 4DOWSKI GARNERS FIRST IN POLE VAULT s Betters Hoffman with lin; Schmidt Second in Hammer Throw Jave-I (By Associated Press) Iowa City, Ia., June 3. - Illinois sco...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 EDUCATION AND RACE SUICIDE (By H. A. D.) The Problem of the American College mentally, and as Panl Popenoe sug- Why do college graduates persist in gptA r Celtsgen shunning marriage,'when by so doing marry at some age, and in most states has risen and broadened fron eight pecimen of the male in exceedingly they impede the development of racial before they reach the age of 40 years, to t...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHICAN DAILY )FFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN blisked every morning except Monday during the UniversitY y the Board in Contr.el of tudent Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS e Asseia ted Press is exclusively entitled to the Use fa iction pl all news diapatches credited t.iX. QZ got ,thorwisii d in this pap r and the lscal sews pblisket threl&a tered at the wostoi. at Aux Arbor. .an, as aansde iisettey. bascript...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 The Federal Board and the Disabled Veteran At the Commencement exercises this month for total disability. Each man work of a large number of trainees Smart year about 30 men who have been tak- is given a disability percentage rat- in other institutions near Ann Arbor, ing training at the University under ing and receives that per cent of $80. as well as many placement trainees. Swimming the di...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…MICHIGAN DAI j ..Y Some "Inside Infor'mation" 173About Cjg MUi itn-tti1# New Equipment, To Be Installed 'This Summer, 'Will Make It, The World's Greatest College Daily 4, NE~W MODEL "E," DUPLEX PRINTING PRESS-Prints 6,ooo eight-page papers per hour, a marvel of ingenuity and simplicity, printing from a rol of paper four miles ong. The pictutre above shows the $10,000 press purchased, Last /week by thte Board of Ciontrol of Student...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE3 ;Y nomic prohem to a simple nmoral is- inevitably alter the wrd with whih th e M ndIin th e M k ing A li, and this is a wile of te Father ae have to make terms.* 0 "T h i ir o n ue iv aofi Lies, to wvlich many of us yield *** At present most of hueman (ocue)readily enough. organization, governmental, educa- It is, however, posible for the in- tsascaat eiito sdrcet By James Harvey Robinson dvisl...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'rest And Willingness To Work haracterize Opera Hen, Says Hoyer SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY The Most Lovable Character of Fiction r 1+^t: .s yi I E I!/A V i SUN1DAY SHOWS AT 2 - 3:40 - 5:20 -77- 8:45 ADIELTS- c KIDDIE S-0c Comes to Life in Motion Pictures. "The ' r Prodigal Judge" "I wouldn't withhold hope from any man. It's the cheapest thing in the Vaughan Kester WITH MACLYN ARBUCKLE AND JEANE PAIGE I world and the...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 - LL 7J 'din he fortes in education,. Even tw en language usevd to express facts, We are in the ntidst of tite TlP /11 + in the wit techer fre a(]tar better in- ad pturposes and that which amtoutsto greatest intelectaal revoltttion that Mq Inlormtedltitan they are, it would be no to no more than a pious ejaculationt, a has ever overtaken mankind. Our .I .1 Keasy thing to cultivate in the young...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…*THE MICHIGAN DAILY I.h FRESH TRACK AND DIAMOND, MEN REWARDED 23 YEARLINGS GET BASEBALL NUMERALS; 25 RECEIVE TRACK AWARDS Michigan's freshx~iau track squad closed its year of noteworthy per- formances Thursday with a light workout. This year's yearling squad has been one of the best that has ever appeared on Ferry field. Not only does it contain men sure to star individually but it has enough good men to place in second and third plac- es....…

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…SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE I Poetry A Magazine of Verse (A Review by Lois Elizabeth Whit. Mrs. Frances Dickenson Pinder, of unusually varied. Louis Untermey- Robert M. McBride & Co. are about Comb) Jacksonville, Florida, is the author of er's "Monologue from a Mattress," to issue two books dealing with the three poems, "Sea Marsh," "Marsh and Carl Sandburg's "Medley ofheor of Relativity, Ever since Poetry, A Magazine of P...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAiLY SUNDAY, JUNE THIS COLUMN , CLOSES AT 3 P.M. LAS S IF HIS ICOLUMN EACLOSES ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M. WANTED FOR RENT WANTED- Several active ambitious students who want an opportunity to make money during summer months. Mr. Ellis will be in Ann Arbor, Monday next. Call on him at Allenel Hotel promptly at 10 a. m., 3 p. m., or 8 p. m. This may be the opportunity you have been seeking. Better get further partic- ulars Guy W...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 bright side. I picture Forman in an winner, showing him in the intimate army barracks, especially at night, un- setting of his home, and revealing In able to escape the lurid and "squalid" his "opinions" the quintessence of talk of the inmates. I think of his that ironi, brilliant and humane phil- outraged ears and I giggle. #ospy which Anatole France has in- '1PATCIlttItRi(" THE LAST WHIMSIES f...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY T __ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___, .. Theaters a a. w .. WUERTH "The Prodigal Judge," a production adapted from Vaughan Kester's fam- ous story, is the attraction for the first four days of the week. The locale of the picture is Tennessee and the story is a most spectacular -one. Jean Paige and Maclyn Arbuckle have the main roles. , "The Sheik's Wife," a picture of Arabia with plenty of daring deeds and action is the s...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 7

…w - SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 LOOKING DOWN FROM LOFTY each step. The stones are each about From there I got in another electric -if the professors will permit-I PLACES three and a half feet high-a little dif- tram and we started the ascent. The must go downstairs and drink to her (Continued from Page 1) ferert from the old stairs in Univer- orange trees were in blossom, all the health! sit^ hall. We made the ascent in...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ws From The Other Colleges MICHIGAN PAMCSTSt CONVENE HERE JUNE 0 FACULTY ADDRESSES, CONCERT, BANQUET, BUILDINGS TOUR, ON PROGRAM addresses will be given by Mr. George R. Swain, who will relate some of his experiences in the Near East and by Prof. E. H. Kraus of the college of pharmacy. At a banquet to be given for the delegates on Wednesday evening, June 7, at the Union, President Marion L. Burton will speak on "The Mar...…

June 04, 1922 • Page Image 8

…8 THE MICHIGAN DATI Y MAC.7TNF SUNDAY. JITNF: 4. 1999 "i va as va sa a. rza L, i i 'it' .i!" ,Lj1 AIL w7 t11v L1 L- I: JU1V tSi 4} 1:iGG s A PORTRAIT If you see a long-leggish Lean chap with a waggish Keen eye and a faunish Quick glance under tawnish Teased hair- Pilus a juvenile air- And a nose in a locus' A hit out of focus,- Yon may be pretty certain It'a Burton, -Pictor Ignotus. THE FEDERAL BOARD (Continued from Page 2) Bolshevists jn...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

… menf BPMEf W 01GIVEN OK All sophomore girls who wish to be( .nior advisers next year and who ere unable to attend the meeting last hursday are asked to call Elizabeth arson at 1343-M. Persons having employment for rls attending summer, school or the ,11 term and those who will take girls work for their room next fall are ked to register at Dean Jordan's of- ce as soon as possible. All lockers must 'be emptied by noon i Friday, June 9, with...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IL OFFICIAI Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) ,. . . jw i WHAT'S GOING ON 9 SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 Number 180 for Baccalaureate and Commencement: All who expect to take part in the exercises of Commencement week will please take note of the following schedule in order that there will be as little confusion as possible in carrying out the program. Punctuality is especially important as the proc...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922 EDUCATION AND RACE SUICIDE (By II. A. 19.) The Problem of the American College mentally, and aa Paul Popenoe sug- allege graduates persist in gests (probably with a smile) such a arriage, when by so doing marry at some age, and in most states has risen and broadened from eight specimen of the male is exceedingly the development of racial before they reach the age of 40 years. to thirty ...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 12

…The Federal Board and the Disabled Veteran II 11 At the Commencement exercises this month for total disability. Each man year about 34 men who have been tak- is given a disability percentage rat- ing training at the University under ing and receives that per cent of $80. the direction of the Federal Board of Placement training, that is the pay- Vocational training will receive diplo- ment of men by the government after mas, after which they...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 13

…The Mind in the Making" (Concluded)r By James Harvey Robinsona (Published by Ha'rper Brothers) choose to report of the teachings ofr 8. Some Historical eflections on the people who are already condemned ind Philosophy of Repression (Con- their eyes?a tinued) Of course the criticism of acceptedr Business indeed has almost become ideas is offensive and will long remaint ur religion; it is defended by the so. After all, talk and writing aref ivil...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 14

…"The .Jlind in the forces in education. .* * with teachers free and far br flaking" formed than they are, it woe easy thing to cultivate; in th (Continued from Page 3.) a justifiable admiration that: "Men have experimented with achievements and traditional radical theories in great and small mankind and at the same tim ways times without number and al- the requisite knowleklge of p ways, always with complete failure. abuses, culpable stupidity...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 15

…Poetry-A Magazine of Verse Review by Lois Elizabeth Whit- Mrs. Frances Dckenspn Pinder, of unusually varied. Louis Untermey- Robert M. McBride & Co. are about comb) Jacksonville, Florida. is the author of er's "Monologue from a Mattress," to issue two books dealing with the three poems, "Sea Marsh," "Marsh and Carl Sandburg's "Medley of er since Poetry, A Magazine of Pools,". and "Shaiiows,' which are Poems" live up to one's expectations Theor...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 16

…Books and Writers "PATCHWORK" THE LAST WHIMSIES 1 By Beverly Nichols (By G. D. E.) - (A Review by Delbert Clark) In addition to the fairly competentb Beverly Nichols, a new English survey of Whimsies in last Sunday's writer just out of Oxford, a former Magazine by Delbert Clark, I wish to president of the Oxford Union, has add a word or two. But only a word; contributed "Patchwork," (Holt) a the number was, without doubt, the novel centered ...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 17

…[OOKING DOWNI FII LOFTY each step. The stones are each about From there I gt in anoter electric -i te protesor will permit- I2A E three and a half feet high-a little di- tram and we started the ascent. The must go downstairs and drink to her (Continued from Page 1) ferei from the old stairs in tiiiver: orange trees were in blossom, all the health! sity hall. We made the ascent In farms were green, and as we started ;icli trip, the descnt was o...…

June 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 180) • Page Image 18

…A JPORTRAIT If you see a ong-leggish Lean chap with a waggish Keen eye and a faunish Quick glance under tawnish Toased hair- Plus a jivenile air- And a nose in a locus N A hit out of focus Palm Beach Yo'i may be pretty certain It's Burton. -Pictor Ignotus. THE FEDERAL BOARD (Continued from Page 2) Bolshevists in the summer of 1920 and harely escaped capture by the Red Priced as low as Ten Dollars forces. Subsequently he assisted in return- ing...…

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