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January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday; mioderate temperatures. mY g , 'tinY~ at t Editorials Fraternities Should Band gether; Special Session Congress Needed. VOL. XLIII No. 71 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1933 PRICE FIVE CEN Fraternity Rules May Be Revised Council Begins Movement To Permit Freshmen To Live At Houses In Sec- ond Semester To Be Discussed At Next Meeting A uIn mn i I n terfraternity Council Not To Objec...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Generally fair, slightly cooler Thursday; Friday probably fair, rising temperature. it gan cl, 'r il1Iaiti Editorials Reporting Infractions Of Rushing Rules .. .. VOL. XLIV No. 10 ANN ARBOR, MJCHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Legion Seeks Full Benefits For Veterans Committee Passes 5-Point Program For Relief Of Ex-Service Men Post-War Illnesses Not Provided For Campaign For Adoption Of S t a t u t e Outlawi...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…Weather rain or snow Sunday, ending Monday, and L Alt itgal ~adMi E ditor I . Welcome Home The ' Judge Sample's 'Public der..' Y I r l s VOL XLIV No. 37 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1933 PRICE I Ruthvens Plan Trip ToEgypt Will Sail Dec. 12 For Six Weeks' Stay; President To Study Projects There Vice-Presidents To Direct Affairs Here Ruth ven Will Visit Sites Of Archeological Camps In Egypt,_Baghdad President Alexander ...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Light rain Tuesday turning, to snow in north, colder; Wed- nesday partly cloudy, colder. jr- YI r t wigait ~~ait Editorials Women's Self-Government; The Fastest Game In Sport. VOL. XLIV No. 61 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1933 PRICE FIVE C"EN I - a +M+Md:i i' i a Z :l'ai %.raUa President Ready For Ratifying Will Affix His Signature To Proclamation Which Completes Process Varied Reactions Seen On Eve Of ...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Partly cloudy Sunday; Mlon- daiv fair. Ir ig ii Editori Michigan's Ec on4 Senator Vandenberg Subs And Farth(I ials oiniists A rg; Jana iikm . . I ,1I No. 111 ANN AROR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1933 PRICE Fliv!T 4hants To Will Play "T""" ""r"r" Curtail Credit For Students Closing Of Out-State Banks Forces Action; To Result In Crisis This Week Checks Held Total Several Thousands Local Clearing House Can Not Clear Out-...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…i Ilhe Weather Showers and slightly warmer Wodnesday; Thursday cloudy and solh; local rain or snow. P07 94 1 W 9 it 1g t tx Editorials The Navy's Toys Prove Too Costly; Hitler, The Dictator, Can Ile Carry The Load. VOL. XLIII No. 137 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1933 PRICG FIVE CENTS Senate Plans Striking Picture Of Akron's Rescue Blimp Sinking 73 Of Akron's Crew Dead; evising Of 3.2 Beer Bill Abrupt Reception Given ...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…sing cloudiness today. w unsettled, probably I rV A#p Dat Editorials I Weaklings And Naughty Boys. VOL. XLIII No. 155 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1933 PRICE FIVE PRICE FIVE Nation-Wide Strike, On Farm Products Beer On Tap In One Week, Officials Say 6 P. M. Thursday To Be 'Zero' Hour; Then Brew Will Flow Freely I Nations Fail To Fill Parts, Ruthven Says Identify Woman's B3ody%,T Her Former Husband Called For Ma...…

August 05, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair today and Sunday; somewhat warmer Sunday. Sfr4 itgan JIatij Editorials Ann Arbor Gets The Short End Official Publication Of TheSummer Session VOL. XIV No. 35 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1933 PRICE FIVE U Law Teachers Hear Talk On Disarmament Photographer Catches Johnson In Pleasant Humor Dr. George Wilson History Of War Question Traces MeansI Nations' Armament Expenses Are High First International P...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY UILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ation in the Bulletin is constructive notic to all members of the rsity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 11:30 a. m. Saturday. W. E. Lay Will Present Paper Before Society' Association of Autolmotive War Clouds, Crime Wave, Highlights 0 r . L II[ THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1933 N6. 72 Past Year Is Marked By De-nocratic Landslide, Crises In Germany And NOTICES Facul...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Cubans Seek To Oust Officers Held In National Hotel . XLIV THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1933 No. 10 NOTICES To the Members of the University Council: The first meeting of the Council for this year will be hel...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy receivedatthe office of the Assistant to the President UnilU,3:30; 11:34 a. im.Saturday. VOL. XLIV No. 36 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1933 Noticesa President and Mrs. Ruthven will' not be at home to members of the3 faculty and other residents of Ann Arbor on Sunday, November 5. To Deans, Directors; Department Heads an...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 2

…THE -MICIG~AN-DA.ILY TUESDAY, 1 11 JJ lIl 1 lJ 11 1 V Sl 1\ L <1'. 1 Y i fraternity, in room 302, - Michigan Union, 8:00 p. m. Anyone interested in advertising is invited. Tau Beta Pi: Dinner meeting at 6:00 p. in. at the Union. Zeta Phi Eta: Meeting at 7:30 the Angell Hall room. Program is Reta Peterson. in by Scalp and Blade: Smoker at 8 p. in. at the Union. All members should be present. Michigan Technic: Important staff meeting in R...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 2

…&iJI At, AAF --------------- and Fifth Avenue. The discussion will center around the text, "Jesus, Dean Griffin Advocates Federal the Unique." Sunday, at the usual meeting of the club at 5:30, Reverend ! Yoder will open the Lenten series eposi with an appropriate speech. Anyone a fraction of the money guaranteed, Aitcell Advocates New the people would tend to draw out Reveii-vc Tvn& Propraii as who is unable toattend the dinner' at 6:00, ...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDI Hfonwood Awards: Form of MSS.: In the Hopwood Contests there are (e1* two main divisions: Major and Minor. Each of these divisions includes fourGardens' M a categories: Drama, Essay, Fiction, and Poetry. Those competing for a Major Award will, unless their MSS. are too large, bind in one cover mater- Be Operatin ials submitted in any one category. They should not bind in one cover materials belonging intwo or more cate...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…in is constructive notice to4 at the office of the Asstaut to jLETIN n members of th the Preident untl ACADEMIC NOTICES speak on "The Quest for Synthetic Geology 31 bluebook today. Gems" at 8 p. in., in the Chemistry Amphitheatre. There will be a din- Language Examination for M.A. Degree in History will be held today in ner (75 cents) at the Union at 6:15 Room 1009 A.H., at 4 p. m. A. S. Aiton p. M. Members wishing to attend the dinner are r...…

August 05, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY UTIGAN DAILY tion of the Summer Session :~ h ....- l I r come to mind would be representation strictly on a population basis throughout each county, in- cluding urban and rural districts alike. Of course this would require a large amount of work to in- stitute and would naturally be unfavorable to those who now hold the whip hand on our county boards. But it would at least be more fair than ; the present system of deter...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pucksters Will Open Year With Dearborn Team Keith Crossman Missing From Probable Lineup Is Slightly ill1 Artz Gets Chance EntersOpen Meet FROM THE PRESS BOX Reserve To Replace Vet; Dearborn Outfit Looks Strong For Contest Tomorrow evening Michigan puck- sters will don skates for their first 1933 engagement. The unbeaten Wol-. -erines will meet the Dearborn Flyer of the Michigan-Ontario League on the Coliseum ice. With co...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…OCT. 5, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..m"Im- Virginia Votes For Repeal By Huge Majority Death Of 18thAmendment Needs Wet Returns Of Four Additional States Florida Votes Next Local Dry Law Is Thrown Out As State Votes Wet By Majority Of 2 To 1 (By Associated Press) With Virginia voting nearly 2 'to 1 for repeal of the eighteenth amendment, the list of states favor- ing abandonment of prohibition now stands at 32, with none opp...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY vi'K igan Cross Country Team Trims M.S.N.C. Complete Line Wolverine Pack Turns On Speed; Wins Over Ypsi Ostrander Runs Second To Kahler; Returns To Old Form Against Normal Winning Time Slow McManus Finishes Sixth Despite Injury To Knee; Smith Comes In Third By BILL REED Led by Captain Bob Ostrander in a brilliant comeback run, Coach Ken Doherty's cross-country team yes- terday defeated a strong Michigan State Normal ...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 3

…5, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY T.HlE, MT uas.N L 1f N 1L _ .T.Vuf Ice Squad To Open Season With Dearborn n PLAY & BY- PLAY '-By AL NEWMAN-- Winter's Here!! . . UST A COUPLE OF WEEKS ago mIrealized that winter was really coming. No it wasn't the weather because what with the unreliability of the local weather man and all it is best to rely strictly on the calendar by courtesy of this and that book- store and by this and that cleaning ...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

…S5, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 7Y~PYW7?TI --I- PAI From the PRESS BOX By John Thomas Wolves Four Regulars Close Careers To Battle Purdue In' Year's Cage Final N> Star Purdue Center I'R Reid, Crossman Finish Home Competition As Wolves Win, 6-1 Newberry Will Tau Alpha In Meet Zeta. Cage Game [ 1 i r.w..... w...w,.. Highboard DivingI ,in Cristy Publication's Basketball League IN THE WILDCAT-Michigan swim- ming meet the highboard was...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…IY, APRIL 5, 1933 THE MIChIIGA.N DAILY rAGE From the PRESS BOX By John Thomas Capt. John Schm ieier Yale Likes Swmiming Cagers To Go East ** : JOHNNY SCHMIELER will take his t place with other great Michigan swimming captains, Kerr, Gow, Sam- son, Darnell, Ault, Spindle, Valentine, and Miller, as one who probably sac- rificed more for the good of his team than any other. He is one of the hardest working captains Mann ever knew. His severe...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 71 P RESS BOX By John Thomas Derby Dope .'. * . EVERYONE IS talking about the Derby. Why bet on Ladysman be- cause if he does win, the return is so little? Ladysman, the theme song of the bookies, will be at about 2-1 at the start. Which isn't much money in a hors race. There jdoes not appear to be any colt anywhere to approach the cali- bre of Black Gold, Twenty Grand, Gallant Sir, etc. Although Ladysman is the prime fav...…

August 05, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ( defer Talks n Education, School Series Pickets In Zone Of Pennsylvania's Coal Mine Strike' Discusses Understanding Of Progressive Educa- tion At Conference Dr. Frederick L. Redefer, executive secretary of the Progressive Educa- tion Association, yesterday afternoon presented an address in University High School entitled "Toward the Understanding Of Progressive Edu- cation." His talk was one of the se- ries of afternoon...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN IAILY MICHIGAN DAILY. f1 \ 1 4. 174 I _ the new Congress. This is the deadlock which is certain to loom as March 4 approaches. The out-going republican administration, if unable to stop Democratic legislation as such with iLs unstable Senate control, still has control of the executive and might block bills because the meas-_ ures were advocated by Democrats. On the other hand, the Democrats appear to be determined to oppose R...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…FOf THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUR SDAY, OCT. 5, 1933 'HE MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 get down to business say authorities "on the hill." Taxes and big banker ways of escaping them are not the business of the banking committee. That field is pre-empted by Senator Pat Harrison's finance committee under senate rules. ' K . ' sir TI THAT PROJECTED MOVE HOUSE-HUNTING activities of the New York stock exchange in New Jersey were of part- icular ...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CHIGAN DAILY Established 1890SCreen Relcions ~I'1 AT THE MAJESTIC I" **k "THE BOWERY" Chuck Connors....... Wallace Beery Steve Brodie........... George Raft Swipes McGurk ...... Jackie Cooper Lucy Calhoun............Fay Wray Iii S o - - s -- DI yt~TRH ~ADc'rcoS36 Wes. ,,] " f Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 z ,>' pay 35 cents to see a game, because there are already enough loyal converts to the puck on campus and among the townspeople to almost till the Coliseum and you'd have to go down early to get a seat anyway. Hockey is rapidly becoming a major sport at Michigan and a wise person will go down to a game just to be able to talk in- telligently of poke checks, body checks, spares, pucks, ne...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY A DAILY ,. _! 't! , "-7 the world. Japan is not and cannot be an iso- lated unit, apart from the family of nations. In- deed, she does not want to be. But such an in- cident as this emphasizes the fact that Japan is, for all her show of bravado, quite'dependent upon the rest of us. Had it not been for the prompt and willing help of western nations in many other catastrophies of history, Japanese people would have died by...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WE ICHIGAN DAILY day-resulted in the eventual annihilation of the administration which has adopted such a policy. Although the Hitler government has got itself deeply embroiled with opposition factions in the ._, Campus Oino r M1 1M11 ;c ;: ri 'i '. .a ., , . .,, _ _ . ; ,: ,. uv!ei"rr DF MA' ;al is ::iRt-' yam ,._ - I , Y Published every morning except Monday during the Universty year and Summer Session by the B...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

… 7.- / ,- =, LY because in retrospect the faults invariably tend to stand out while the good points are taken for granted and forgotten; because, also, it is easier for the reviewer to be interesting when he is pok- ing fun than when he is timidly explaining his satisfaction. Therefore, since our two best words, "scintillat- ing" and "cotuscating" are wearing pretty thin these days and would look a bit silly applied to * a war play anyhow, ...…

August 05, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures '76 Gold I PLENTY QF LUCKY SEVENS MURRAY, Ky., Aug. 4.-(IP)--If seven is lucky, then young Dale Hor- tin, son of the head of the depart- ment of journalism at Murray col- lege, does not need to carry a horse- shoe or rabbit's foot with him. He is the seventh child, born about 7 p. in., on the seventh day of the week, seventh day of the month, seventh month of the year, in 1917....…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SLATER'S TRADITIONAL STARTS TODAY STUPENDOUS Slater's two stores offer a stock of quality SLATER' S $60,000.00 STOCK merchandise valued at $60,000.00 in the $60,000.00 ST REDUCING SALE most sensational sale event ever produced REDUCING Sl STARTS TODAY in the city of Ann Arbor, STARTS TOE When we say that this is the greatest Bookstore sale of All Time it is no idle utterance, but an authoritative statement based on an intim...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 5

…HUrsnAYCT. 5,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY DELTA SIGMA DINNER HO Delta Sigma fraternity entertained THE H at a rushing dinner Tuesday night. ernment CAmong the alumni who attended has saved were Dr. C. S. Yoakum, Prof. M. H. ary reduc Waterman, Kenneth Haven, Robert cut aver, Francis,_Paul Rickman and Clark bring the Charity Club Sororities Entertain Alumnae, Enlarge Staff W.A.A. Danee Club Smmons. average s, To Begin Drive Rushees With Formal Dinne...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

…THE MIHIiTGAN DAILY CAMPUS S OCIETY ., Plan Exhibits Of Needlework Uii Wdn eSday Will Display Rare Quilts, Wooden Doll Collection, And Handwork Novelties Old and new handmade quilts will be on display at the quilt tea to be given Wednesday, in the Women's Athletic Building. The exhibit is being shown as a result of the wide interest among women in the finer needlework of the earlier days. The event is sponsored by the Ann Ar- bor Associat...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 5

…1, J6 JL A-A w -willillillillill I Women's Glee Club Announces Initial Concert Classical, Contemporary, And Folk Songs To Be Featured Wednesday Patrons and patronesses for the initial concert of the 1933-34 season were announced recently by officers of the University Women's Glee Club. The concert, which will be held at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, is formal and invitational. The full complement of the Glee Club will...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

….. ..... ........ AOWAb A'MII'US Initiations Held By Fraternities Over Week-End Sigma Phi Alumni Return For Anniversary; Dance Given By Delta Chi DELTA ALPHA EPSILON The Delta Alpha Epsilon frater- I nity wishes to announce the initia- tion of Vernon Baldwin, '34, of Mor- enci, Mich., and Lawrence Mann, '36, of Nunda, N. Y. DELTA CIII An infornmzal party was given by Delta Chi last night. Chaperons were Professor R. H. Sherlock and Mrs. She...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…Books Will Be Occup Discus~ IRemoved From Thei EI afe Lir aryor iWonaiAd HQ1] ] *H V fr Wom atioB isioll ird me j ustme en wil Election To Be Held Today For League Officer President, Vice-President secretary, T r e a s ure r, Board To Be Voted Oi Voting on candidates presented fo election to League offices will begir at 8 a. m. today in University Hal and will continue until 5 p. in., in- Oluding the noon hour, according t jHelen DeWitt, '3...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

… CAMPUS SOCI ETY Where To Go I1 L 1 II Mayer Appoints League H eads For Next Year lthstallation Banquet Will' Be Held Wednesday In Honor Of New Boards Appointments to fill League offices for the coming year were announced today by Grace Mayer, '34, newly- elected president. Ada Blackman, '34, was chosen business secretary. Chairmen for the various committees of the League, ;which were appointed, are Ruth Rpbinson, '34, as chairman of th...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA 0 t.. , I u 190%1. 1 1 V&"-' % F, I elwt.l- AAA r 4 U" FOCI ffice Addition To President's Home Will Be Completed Soon Students Are' To Enterta n At League Tea f l'Vis-cortsin Co-Eds Tie Lt, !P1mrd N4 I~i(CL ~Sororities T o Give Diinners For' F acult y Women's Houses Devote First Week To Rushing Aiid Exchxuge Parties Tennis Champi p Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Omicron Kappa Delta To League, Pi And Receive ...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1933 Giiants T0 Second Vic tory Of Series 1 Y: :'k -Y ie 0, Ly It uer hr te c- 1- 1- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l6 to er th rd, In ff n Hard Battle In Purdue-Bobcat Game Saturday Ohio U Has Good Record And May Surprise Fans In OpeningTilt LAFAYETTE, Oct. 4.-Fresh from its 61 to 0 triumph over Morris Har- vey S a t u r d a y, Ohio University's husky Bobcat eleven will invade the Ros...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY may-r ay Miehigan, linois Game FIRST PERIOD verhardus kicked off to Schustek, o was upset on Illinois' 29-yard e by Petoskey. Froschauer drove ough his left tackle for five yards. .indberg tried the other tackle but s cut down by Bernard. Lindberg's nt was partially blocked by Ward rolled to Michigan's 34-yard line. rhardus tried the Illini line but s stopped for no gain. Regeczi : was stopped for no gain and n Regeczi pu...…

December 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 61) • Page Image 6

…TI MAL .. 1 a.i lLa' aka f 4 a1 a V as a ar . r ar r. 1. International Directory Lists Names Of 560 Foreign Students Listing 560 names, this years' In- f ternational Directory, preparedt by. the office of Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counsellor to foreign students, was recently released. This year the directory contains not only the names of students tech- nically classed as foreign students, but also the names of all students countries, ev...…

March 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Yoreign Markets Cease Quotation 3f U. S._Money an To Last Until Present Situation Is Clarified In America, Reports State Checks Uncashiable ,ondon Stock Market Re mains Open But Trading s Slow, Close Dull (By The Associated Press) In every European capital exten- Ian of the American bank holiday o .the banks of New York resulted n suspension of dollar quotations n foreign exchange markets until he situation is clarified. LO...…

April 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MA .. ............ .. - ------------- Warits Hitter Foes Association 0 'Public School Budget Slashes Ch~ild Health Jam Classes, Carrothers S days Holds Meetintg Pronineit Authorities To Attend Sessions; Panel Discussions To Be Used l The most profound effect of the slashing of budgets in our public schools has been to overcrowd the classes," Prof. George E. Carrothers of the School of Education, director of the Bure...…

May 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

…THE 1 VICHGAT/teN PA IL Y riv tl an, '33E, in chemical engineering;( Clowi, '33E, in mechanical engineer- additio" al N tne1Su t'al oward Wallace Harper, '33E, in ing; Elgin Orange Marshall, '33E, in electLrical engineering; Robert Edward engincering mechanics; M a t h i a s l~AEd~NN'd~Mayes, '33E, in engineering mechan- Francis Matzek, '33, in mechanical IlonoraL A tSi m X iB n u t ics; Harold P. Hesler, '33E, in me- engineering: Annette Brad...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY fright Colors Are Shown In Spring Ouifit" I -2 AF=w ANN ARBOR'S FOREMOST FASHION SHOPPE -in f a A t Begining Friay, J ntary6-t Gay Prints And Colorfu Plaid On 'Rough Wcave~ Are Latest Creations' BY CAOL . HANANt When winter com~s sring cer- tainly can't be far behind. Paris has; been busy for the last month getting ready, for it, feeling that sring is here already. Most of the spring co- lections are not quite ...…

October 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 10) • Page Image 7

…enner Seems Assured Of Quarterback Post In Game Here Sat urday Judging from yesterday's practice session, William W. Renner, Youngs- town, 0., passer, will get the call at quarterback Saturday in the Wol- verine opener against Michigan State. Coach Harry Kipke, after keeping him on the bench for two years, has apparently decided to center his at- tack around him. Wednesday's drill saw Renner calling signals from the quarterback post the enti...…

November 05, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 37) • Page Image 7

…P1 - I-- N COLLEGIATE DIGEST IT TAKES HEALTHY NERVES- A6F 4bp BIai "National Collegiate News in Picture and Paragraph" Volume II ANN A14RO . MICHIGAN, SUNflAX', tOVEMAER S , 193: HEADS TOGETHER in a huddle to plan their next grid campaign ers of Fordham University's backfield are shown above, namely, M sky, Pavlicovic, Harlow, Cawling, Sarota, Pepper, and Gallivan. WHY, HERE'S ELMER! While the editor of the Harvard Lampoon, ...…

January 05, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 71) • Page Image 8

…T lE MICHIGAN DAILY TunasI) 3AY, SAN Holiday S alIel Hits New Low; Cash Is Scarce Hoarding Still Indicated As Little Currency Is Drawn From Banks Low Prices Noted Undoubtedly Had Marked Effect On Decreased Volume Of Trade NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-(;P)-A strik- ing financial phenomenon of the hol- iday season was the small amount of currency withdrawn from the banks. In part, it presumably reflected a smaller volume of Christmas shop- ping, than in ...…

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