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December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 11

…1'' ~~4rt frtiarn :Iat SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN. ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1921 Save oney-Walk Straight (By Hughston X. leBain) Prominent Universit Physicians Tell Of college education is, at the minimum, ft Ut On Tsupposed to enable the student to earn DEAN HUGH CABOT SAYS: The Dangers Of" Toeing Out" in excess of what he might earn had "Toe/ng out" used to be all in he not gone to college. style when I was young. Tise troubles. "We ha...…

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 ...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rEninrnnnimr service "Faithfulness Tested" will' be BUIIIL fLYV the subject under discussion. BUFFALO FLY ENDRNbEBS dW~VMI SEtYiLE Ii im a St. Paul's Lutheran Church "Civil Government" will be the ser- U ITLL IN UJIRA11!.LIA NH! 919CH OUM Smon text at St. Paul's Lutheran church . this morning at the 11:30 o'clock ser- News From Other Colleges Sydney, N. S. W., Nov. 3-Austral- Ian cattlemen ar...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 11

…SAT ltliAy.,IK5 ' ) '(RkUI O'l " ? AVUR F,, 1 14)1 IMII R 't'ile illijiois captain is booked as a pirobable winner of tbe 140 in lie Coni- ference meet. In addition lie piay enteri t 220, in whiieh event lie has bieeni beaten only oinee this yea", 1a(1 that by lendrixson iof California. Idniery toes the 44(1 in abouiit :49. THE 3; MII 1114 V' I' AIN' ACT IION In the iupper letllhind csinier i hliltiisti of the 440;inrthe Illinois-M'sichiia ...…

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...…

December 04, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 63) • Page Image 11

…FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1925 TICF MICHIGAN AI - U -~ PAGE ELEVE~N FRmi|IDAY, DECEMBE| , 1q | THE|ICHIGAN1DAI DEFINITE PLOT I FEATURE UFOPERA Comedy Is Involved In Situations And Songs And Dances Fit In the Story L HAS BALKAN SETTING By Valentine DavIes, '27 It is difficult to say anything about any play, and particularly an opera, before it has been given a public hearing. It is almost embarassing to be asked to comment on "Tambourine~ at a t...…

October 04, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ED IN UNRULY TEXAS TOWN ICT ATTORNEY IS SLAIN IN AMBUSH. 4 16 ity Physicians Complete ysical Examination Of Entering Studernts GES MADE IN STAFF Starting the present school year' with several major changes in the staff and a general alteration in, program, the University Health Service yesterday finished its latestI large work in completing examina- tion of over 3,400' newly enrolled students. The number examined,; acco...…

November 04, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…Leads Crimson on Gridiron. A. E. French, a member of the senior class, is captain of the Harvard football team. French is prominent in many campus activities. He is a mem- ber of the Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770, of the Pi Eta Club, a track letterman, and-last but by no means least- president of the Student Council. (Harvard Pictorial) "Dogs For Defense-Nothing For Tribute"-A group of Smith Col- lege students and their famous "man-eating" ...…

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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUN DAY, DECEMBER 4, 1921 WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY The Christmas Spirit' is in the Air For Giving Toilet Needs. Eichar ludnut's per- fumes, toilet waters and combination sets are most acceptable. Packed in dainty Christmas boxes. Perfumes - in wood vio- let, heliotrope, white lilac, liy of the valley, sweet orchid and Three Flowers. 75e to $3.50. Toilet Waters - in the some scents. $1 to $2.50. Skin Sachet-in the T...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

…M'AGI'.TWE~LVEI - T f° - THE MICHIGAN DAILY ST"NDAY, :NOVEMBTEI1 , 19 ITHEATR W uerth "If Winter Comes," A. S. M. Hutch- inson's famous novel, dramatized for the screen in such a way as to retain in the picturized version the power and vitality which made for its suc- cess in book form, is featured at the Wuerth today. The picture was pho- tographed in England and the old Eng- lish streets, together with interior scenestofBritish home-l...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 12

…18(11: FOUR Il-il. MI(JIJJGAN J)AII THE -1;I f--1 aye II i hunneruill the11 111111o01111(11111a11Bos1to11la11.ye1ar.hlie111W .11,11l1 10ou 413(feet, and Biggins11 1o11C icago apearsto e01111111. 01 Mtichligan. Winner1o1 the(110 11illthe 1I111o0r'Conference meet. He s10110the 4401 off in 1ab)out1:50 flat.01a(d 11ewill p~roblably lieamong the fhrst lour rsn in the outd11oor1 meet. iolloohe 11Eastern In'. tc 101)gia111 it,,! ill lose0t 10 11...…

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...…

December 04, 1925 (vol. 36, iss. 63) • Page Image 12

…WELVE --- ,-1-, ,- t THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRDAY, DECEMBER, 4, WELVIE~ - m~rn THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, i' .1 for II 11 kb- 4 TWENTIETH ANNUAL MICHIGAN UNION OPERA can be secured at the WH T EY A T RE BOX OFFICE . : ® ! I I1 "TAMBOURINE" has its Grand Opening Night ti on '{ eC e b 7P I Playing Evening Performances Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with Saturday Matinee. Prices-$3....…

October 04, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 5) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHICAN DATLTY -_ AlLI OFFICIA L BULLETIN blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- nt until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) English 125: I shall not meet the class until Monday. English 183 I shall not meet the class until Monday. L. A. Strauss . XL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1929 No. 5 3rical Association: e University of Michigan Oratorical Association...…

November 04, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

…Dons Mantle of Tad Jones. M. A. (Mal) Stevens is functioning as head coach of the Yale football squad. This is his first year as head coach. He has played and coached under Jones. Stevens was a star halfback on the Yale "Wonder Team" of 1923. He was graduated with the Class of 1925, and he is now studying law. (Yale News Pictorial) 4 L i I . -- ' -7- If A LI VI /, A1 1 -. '' I I Ii N (Above) ALTHEA BAINBRIDGE enjoys the th...…

March 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 111) • Page Image 12

…+ , -,. ., . _' - - 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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 13

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3I "Movies" As An Educational Factor (By Millard H. Pryor) 'There is absolutely no question that one of the important educational factors of the future is to be the edu- cational film," is a statement by Prof. W. D. Henderson, head of the Uni- versity Extension division. "In order, however, to secure educational films of high grade, it is necessary that teachers of experience and profes- sors in our colleges and ...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 13

…K _ SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1923 Sherwood Anderson:Threnody If someone were to play "Napoleon's One should hesitate to name the Last Charge" and then inform me MAXWELL NOWELS cause of the change of Sherwood An- that it was composed by Scriabine, 1 derson. Like the works of nine-tenths could experience no more incredulity Mid-Westerners and found there not derson's earlier works, i should have of the moderns his...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 13

…Sl 10 I t N 1"VRTOR\{R. 1JLO .. .. .R L A } O 11111A1, l0 MPS1(1' 1141 22 feeth, 4 '1 f ii110nleIll. Os IMO RN ()f 1 in 1'. has een lhigh 114011141 .41014~411 0feet; 2V, inche> 1ately. If he ialo lhis. e e o nmarks, li start,, ll .4excellentl,(chole Pofwi- nill li eis el i eCnfrec Hii ll iiltll 'lii liisi e l ,i.'inl 1 l 5e l 111gel1 '.m lonl i i4d114'11114 14 14lthe llcountr. Seaitiing close t 50 .ll. fI t O el hold i 'S igantic pep l l...…

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...…

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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 14

…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4,. 1921 U Of the Nineteenth Century or Before Who Is Your Favorite Writer? (By G. D. E.) er this condition it -might be well to send us articles for publication, not lini, of Cervantes, of Voltaire, Rous- Of late there has been a bit of run a series of articles dealing with to run more than one thousand words. seau, Moliere, of Goethe, Schiller, Les- grumbling that we young enthusiasts such...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

…PAE TWO THE MICHI ANDAILY SUNDAY; NOVEMBER 4, 1923 and the ROBERT BARTRON HENDERSON GRtEEN CURTAINS '"The Servant to the Hase", and 'There is a peuliar impression on "Katherine Parr." Yet no a ter how the campus concerning Professor bat- praiseworthy the perornances may listcr's play production classes. be there are always maniy in the aud- Somehow in the mind of the casual 'ence who are prejudi e 1ano. urt by pabloc thtee is toe sentnment...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 14

…H I. I( JIJA 1)X M r o cTt:ill, rt'i ii ll Iiii.til mitL( aii uettlarss \ett inteIt' tt- SCEiNE1 ON M Itll ICAO'S 4 & M ,)Pt' NA1TURAL SCIENCEIi ]WILDING Approximately $450,000 was spent in erectinig this structutre, whicth is onte ofth nost compjlete college recitationi buildings in tiecoutrty. With its many lecture tails, labouratories, aud recitaltinn roonis, it represenlt s isetitest developmnt 1ftiniversty bunildintgs, it lbeintg inusu...…

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...…

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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 15

…I SUDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE s inition. It is not a science and can- tions into another language form a 7 unot be conveniently tagged. Even art test of true poetry. The French en- 1 ook s a n d Aeay are still withot stis- joy a prose version of "The Raven" I~%5~I'VI~)factory definitions, athoogh rhetori- as mch as we ejoy the original. cians, philosophers, and critics since Mr. Mordell also finds an uncon- SHERWOOD AN...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 15

…SUtNDA; 'NOVEMRER4' 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE "A landscape to be seen has to be (George Santayana), from "The Sense composed, and to be loved has to be of Beauty." moralized. That is the reason why "It is almost as harmful to be a rude and vulgar people are indiffer- virtuous fool as a knave." - (Teddy ent to' their natural surroundings."- Roosevelt.) YOU will be more than satisfiedr with the food and service at Tuttles Lunch Room 33...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 15

…SATURDAY, JUNE 5. 11120 ROTOGRAVURE EDITION 1)AGEl SI VEN POSSIBLE POINT WINNERS STIIxA N Wearing the Puirlple and Gold of Northwestern, Strawn is expected to tlke some lpoints tior the Evanston schiool. Ile placed ini the 50-yard dash in the intloor Conterence meet, and ini additioni le is a good hroad jumpler. Beading from left to right along the tolp and then the' hotlo ni Otis of Chicago swinning the tsio-m ile iraic ftr01m Mlaynard o...…

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...…

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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 16

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1921 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 STUDENTS DISTRACTED BY ORGAN Vooks and Authors MUSIC, WORK MATH PROBLEMS (Continued from- Page 5) ed, they do in nine cases out -of ten, (By Ben H. Lee, Jr.) the secondary consciousness which oc- "THE BRIARY BUSH" and that is near enough. We can Attention, math students! Do you curs in dreams is over-stimulated and figlre on it as -we can on the curve ofcen may act much...…

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 ...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 16

…rMro0U THE MICHICAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1923 FILE, by Hugh Lofting. Frederick tabaga when the snoox and gringo fix A. Stokes Company. ($2.0.) it up so that an air car runs over an B 7 When Carl Sandhurg wrote Chicago air bridge where the steel one has 0KS1 and W riters Poems, years ago, he started some- been washed away on the Shampoo thing. Some liked it and some River. Some bf 'em, too, live in Iowa, didn't, and those who didn't set up...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 16

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE ,192 VN IERSITY HALT. The (toter tart of this ttuilding is devoted to administration offices. aod the two wings, which were the first hoildings to he erected 00ntte camputs, contain (lass roonts. JACK SCIIOLZ The Tiger sprinter is the country's hest io the ceotory and the 220. Mis- soori's representative has yet to he bteaten in the 100, which he does io :10 fiat antd :9 4-5, and he is also an ...…

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...…

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...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE t Sources For Drama Study (By W. M. Randall, Grad) entirely to the drama from the lay- Lewis Lewisohn; in the "Dial" by Shopp mg Univerity Library, in addi- man's point of view. It is probably George Santayana; and in the "Book tioh to furniyhing the material for too well known to require more than man" by Kenneth Andrews. in oughts more or teaanashati teadigalan a passing mention here. The...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1923 THE MICHICAN DAILY PAGE FIVE CONCERNING DREAMERS NDOLENCE and aimless- NEWELL BEBOUT He is dead. Yes, it is- true that [ ress are the conventional dreams are entrancing, enrapturing, attributes of the dreamer. eenchanting:, it is also true that they The dreamer seldom wni"Within this goblet, rich and deep, metamorphoses? Think of life as ai are luxurious and that life is real. success in the world.- But I cradle all...…

December 04, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 60) • Page Image 18

…T'IE RTLtCIGATdNr ATT V XA. A7ET? SUNDAY. DECEMBER 4 AJ Rai Coll Shoes --- Hosiery 0 308 South State St. INC. ndolph & Wabash ege Department Showing Clothing - Neckwear - Mufflers - Shirts Featuring vercoats,0$40 Second Floor ANN AR BOR Made in our own kitchens by expert candy makers. Packed in our own special baskets - and all for you. Nothing could make a better Xmas gift than a few pounds of chocolates packed in one of our special Chin...…

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...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 18

…PgAGE SI _THE MICHIGAN DAILY StN>AY, NG' ' MBBR 1923 poration are offering a rather unusual full. But Henri's ideas have no such -competition to authors who have not scope and vitality,- nd his secretary yet had a novel published in boos lacks good literary taste. There are form. The manuscripts will b grad many fine things in the hodge-podge ed acordng t ther u ,~ that makes ups the volume, and per- U N F C A ed according to their usefulness ...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 19

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE sEVE *---- Miss MacLaren's New Art MILLARD PRYOR is it humanly possible for one per-l ideal of leaving little or nothing to son entirely unassisted by stage prop- the imagination. erties, costumes, curtains, or any oth- In giving a performance Miss Mac- er of the paraphernalia that usually Laren wears only a simple evening accompanies a dramatic offering, to frock. And her own personality is pre...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 20

…PAL EIGHT .THE MCRIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, 4. 19213 PA(~PIG5T TE MI~iGN DALY SNDA, NOEMBR 4,102 -' 3 11 II. i HE fashionable coat for the afternoon and evening is the coat that is fur trimmed- These are the select-the elect of the winter coat fashions. Thi luxury of such noted fabrics as constanza, formosa, fashona, lustrosa, and gerona is in them. The richness of the fur of fox, wolf, beaver, squirrel, caracul-prime silky peltry-i...…

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