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May 06, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…/. lit inn I TURE : LDA! No. 156 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 6. 1922 MICHIGAN - OHIO Tau e Ti REPORT FRENCH Senior Opinion WOLVERINES SCORE 8-3 VIC TTo Fake In .,Favors Cane Day TRICK MEN EET This Evening WILLING TO OK. Set or Sunday OTAP Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering Tlie consensus of opinion among the society, will:hodd anIinitiation ban- seniors on the campus is that Cane ut at 6:36 clck this evengatM day, hich has be...…

May 06, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…ATE TE.. TODAY I Ab Alo 4:3atig DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE I XXXI. No. 149,. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921. PRICE GERMANYGIVEN 6 Decoat ins SeNtRT Forail Tonight DAYS.TO CT ON Finaltouches have been put on the decorations in Barbour gymnasium d evrythng i inreadiness fr they Architects ball which will start at 9 Atlantic Monthly Editor Delivers Prin- o'clock tonight. All tickets were sold cipal Address at Phi Beta several da...…

May 06, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…4 DEDICATED TO JUSTICE Ski4an ~IaiIM MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS I q VOL. XXXV. No. 159 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1925 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS FHESH R B FUNDS REACH $630 MARK IN TAG DAY DRIVE, Ten Nations Represented In Unusual Art Exhibition Here FLIES TO POLE -- - - - -- - By Leoniard C. Hall NAME NEW YORK TIMES EDITOR TO GIVE COMMENCEMENT DAY TALK1 SENIORS WILL HOLD TRADITIONAL S.WING OUT TOMORROW An...…

May 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…=J '4I I hJ . ,- , I' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920. PR d For Swing-Out; .U For Portrait ion Con ference Flagging: Opens 7 I Arrives To erintend Drill H. Yost, Michigan's veter- .1 coach, arrived in Ann Ar- esday morning to focus hlis e on the fruits of the last TOTAL 0BROUGHf UP TO $2,413.00'' CONVENTION PREVENTS TOWN CO3101rITThE FROM WORK. ING WELL WEDNESDAY'S FIGURES BRING IN $1,250.00 MORE WEARING POTS OP...…

May 06, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

… Sir4i xil and . . y _ _ _ ___________ _ _ _ _ __ ___ __ _ _ EIGHT PACES ANN ARB~OR, MICHIGAN, TUE DAY, MAY 6, 1924. EIGHT PAGES .................... stfIrlA~rTV ans Recognition NGT IffUI OITINI5 I tdnsLav IIaP.IITT 0PE1~ HM UFj DEMOCRATIOM FORMEDY BER TTADIO LEI if N TTb RES AX S BSIUT GR AM PESDE ean:7 eathletes win 'coveted; mu f pace ;on the Ameican Oympic j411ffATfh HIT MLIOX~$l~TAX N)I1)AL RTE lillI)-- Isupporters in C.V. o ud...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 Jr Air Ap 41 t alt MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XXXVIII, NO. 162. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1928. EIGHT Pi DIR ECTORS APPROVE PROPOSAL TO15 ESALISH MERIT SYSTEM OIF APPOINTING UNION OFFICIALS ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP WILL ASSEMBLE TO CONSIDER CHANGES IN METHOD. OF APPOINTMENT Again endorsing the merit system of choosing the president and recording secretary of the Union, the Board of Directors approved the proje...…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…TABLISHED 1890 Y fri. It at i XXXXVII. No. 155 TEN PAGES ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1927 TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE REGISTRATION CLOSESi;acco-Vanzetti Case AT MOnM fl hJIII Briings First. Threat 1i1 IUUU lull U1 IiiUM ALL-CAMPUS ELECTION FINAL OPPF4R1TUNITI'Y IS GIVEN FOR STUDENTS WJZO hAVE NOT SIGNED CARDS ANNOUNCE WITHDRAWALS Election For All Principal Student Offices On 4'a fils Will Be Held Wednesday, May 11 In order to ...…

May 06, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 Ilk 14r 4 .M t IRW''qw ~uiI MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS '17n . VT ~rwr . . . v uld. XXX VI No. 160 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1926 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS - - - 1____ S-EES NEW ASIA AS WESTERN POLITICAL IDEALsSW5EEP LAND SIR FREDERIC WHYTE CLAIMS EAST HAS VISION OF NEW ERA AUTOCRACIES FALLI I i SOiPHOMORES TO CHOOSE G fAMES CAPTAIN TODAY Sophomores will meet at 5 Io'clock this afterno...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER All AND COOL TODAYI -ALIt 6 paArt On XXXI II. No. 157 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARDOR MICHIGAN, pSUNDAY, MAY G, 1923 TWENTY PAGES PRICE F] DOWNS, IlAME IN L BATTLE F rIIAJF OF SiENIOR CAPS AN D C (GONW.S STILL UNCALLED) FORj K E I Only one-half of the senior caps and, gowns that have been ordered have been called for and, according to George Moe, these remaining outfits must be called for immediately. As Swing-out is to be Thu...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGA~N, SU3NDAY, MAY 6, 1923 jingostic nden ie in Literature A Demand for Dignity Richard LeGallienne, in a recent CARL GEHRING eminent biologists who tell nos with critical essay on the biblical re trepidation that the cream of our civ- searches of one Dr. Jastrow, cries outilztnisdngof.taperso in dispair, "Yhre fetish of emoray lzK"oni yigof.I apar o is ovioslyabsrd." Witoutat-The birth control s fervently ado- ...…

May 06, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…~alt, I - . near future would be forced to - Well, e the committee on correspondence, e'd like permission to write home. Mother's Day Cards e iiVeity . Kern Draton'W.; KHAKI AND VACATION The government is doing everything it can to make the well known assertion, "A million men will spring to arms over night in case of war", a true one. R. O. T. C. organizations in a number of uni- versities, a nationalized militra, short enlistment...…

May 06, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…I I-IL awaa'...i.xrsUA LJa'fmaL FICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN shed every morning except Monday during the Univer- by the Board in Control. of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for ion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise a this paper and the local news published therein. ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ter.' ription...…

May 06, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…PACE 'T'WO W ~ ~ C I A , M Y (, 1 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1., 1 X "------ GUEST !WISPEA O N M M O T H E R S i I Offers -Protest !n .rr. E H , ~ i O ~ I f & ' i b ~ ' e~ Uoii r ~ #1 id ' 4~~J'"'i 1o her2 x i i' ,CAi arbor dring the wee itt-en 11l°i llol er' D ay, wll v 1be honored at a nflc( I tig Eu :iday il Hill1 audit"i u ~ l , a xvifi cli ldg air Guest, Del rci hoot arid wrielr of "rust Fols ms'',14', \w ilsxeak.Th Girls' G k c cI1...…

May 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…cept Monday during the Univer- I of Student Publications. AsSOCIATED) PRESS :luuively entitled to the use. for~ is credited to it or not otherwise cal news published therein. Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ta1, $3.50. uilding Maynard street. orial, 2414. ed 3oo words, if signed, the sig- in print, M3~t as an evidence of be published in Tie Daily at the a or mailed to The Daily office. ceive no consideration. I o man- he writer incloses postage...…

May 06, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ( FACULTY 2 COURSES International Acclamation Given Anatole France On 80th Birthday, ls Will Work In History And English Independent Of Classes STUDENTS STRONG INi HIESIE SUBJECTS MAY APPLY on creating new special courses department of English and his- vhich, it is believed, will attract pecially strong students in these tments was taken at the regu- ionthly meeting of the liter-ary y held yesterday afternoon. first spe...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MA' -,-- INLANDER TO ARRANGE F R LECTURE RI Calpu Literary Maga ' zine To Sponsor Renewal Of Lpehires IGvent By lfstingi1ished4 Anthors FIVE WRITERS TO SPEAK Plans tor a proposed series of five or more lectures are being made for next fall by Inlander editors, it was anineunced yesteriay. In addition to this groUp, which will be composed of noted writers and poets, a number of extra-series lectures by lesser known...…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGANDAL DAILY FACULTY Take Souvenirs From Wrecked Airplane ljnhrersty Pess Club to Convene forC Recomnmending litproiving Joirn- aism Corses IS ADVISORY_(OMMTfEE or the "specal purproe of confer- ~rlung with the -faculty 'of the univers- ity tepa"tmepnt ,of: journalism, promu- i net newvgpapermen forming the ad- visory commttee of tie University press club of Michigan will be in Ann Arbor today and assemble at a luch- eon in the ...…

May 06, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

…PACE tO TH F- MICHTGAN DAILY THE ICHIAN DILYTHUIRSDAY, -MAY 6, 1V26 BOUDRICH EXPLAI'NSI CAUSES OF STRIKE English Trade Vnions (Called (GeneralI Walk-out To Avert Lowering Of All Wages' GIVES OPPOSING VIEWS Seeing a crisis for the whole trade uniion movement of England. labor in that country called the general strike determined to uphold the cause of the miners in order to safeguard their own, interests, in the opinion of Prof. Carter Goo...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…TE MCH>TGAN DALY________ city Wome ?morial Building Noyes hall, the gift of Mr. La Noyes as a memorial to his wife, I ewonmen' s building at the Uni- y of Chicago. The building it- ;onstructed at a cost of $500,000, dor Gothic; the furnishings be-y o nop particular period, but ar~e ay periods to simulate the ac- .ations of generations in an old ik ?Xfanor house. Some of the kings are fromx the Noyes homie ke Shore Dhrive, Chicago. adminstra...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TIHI MICHIGAN DAILY SSNDAY, -MAY I], 1D235 Among the Magazines By N.B. Gerbait Hauptmann, in the April issue of TIhe Dial, begins the story of "The Heretic o1 Soana", an eccentric hermit goattherd who dwelt on the top ot the Alps. ttaotinann's natme should be sufficient tidvertisemoent for any story. In the same issue is an exceptionaldilsogue tetwes n 'Smith and Jones", in the progress of whicth tihe'two tmen'Oattemnpt arson, and...…

May 06, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…i i UI Iu ini LU T SPEECHE~S De Molay to Give Dance Satuwrday hall. Tickets for the dance may now Night be secured from Cecil Leopold,.'24, Members of the Ann Arbor chapter, chairman of the dance committee. Rob- Order of de Molay, will hold a chap- ert A. Campbell, treasurer of the Uni- ter dance beginning at 9 o'clock to- versity, and Mrs. Campbell, will be the morrow night in the Packard dancing chaperones for the evening. ( it r' I!c ...…

May 06, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

…LIl L I1 Gustus def. Baron, 6-1, 6-1; Hall def. Marentay, 6-2, .6-4; Robbins def. Orn- stein, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Clippert def. Cohn,; 6-2, 6-1; Dunakin def. Denhurder, 6-2, 6-1; Ackerman def. Stephens, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. ITH OHI SAET CK MI Campusl 1FIcet SPORT CALFNDAR In the second round Hall, 2589R, will play Robbins, 1422M. The result of another fraternity match has been turned in, Phi Sigma Delta defeating Alpha Tau Omega, two matches to one...…

May 06, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ...- .__. w..... . ._.. .. . .. , . _. . _. _ a. WHVIAT'S GOING O Notices~ to appear in this coiiimp nst . . i 1 Yost Defends Board I Control From' ,iglar isoneptos be left in the tox at thel iaty tofice provided for rt't purp~ose heor.e 4.. i lc rcp d ? ^g, tt ;y of fisie. 11h,1 1 l)iofthe I iord Ini Cotrl Of Al hiicr, its; funcit osld ;iiiThr,libilitll(a I'-:uilol rsNotei.) 10):O-(onference...…

May 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…/!',. ". ".,,.. .. . : , s iwiriiw 1. .1. -:_..! _xa mb YESTERDAY'S GAMES. American League - New York 7, Washington 1. tCleveland 3, Chicago 2. Boston 4, Philadelphia 3. - i k, and a NINES National League Brooklyn 4, New York 3. Chicago 0, Pittsburg 2. - Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1. Boston 4, Philadelphia 3. VARYTANK MEN TO- TAKE ON INELISIRLES tic teams face the wo days of the year 'hen two baseball c meet and one ten- e playe...…

May 06, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…_______TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY t.1, zs- - Notices - the joint meeting of Portia and Adel- phi. Ada Mulholland, undergraduate rep- resentative, will be in her office after Read. The Daily "Classified" Colul INFERENCE REPORTS LION DOA SIFT AT THE THEATER Screen-Today LEGATES TAKE ACTION ?EW APPORTIONMENT OF MEMBERS . ON Delegates from the University to the eighth national convention of the Young Women's Christian association which i...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…DAY, MAY G, 1928. m ....,, THE MICHIGAN DAILY ftooww p KELLOGG T ADDRESS COSMOPOLITAN CLU B AT ANNUAL B AN 11ATTLE CRE Eli SUIIGEON AND SANITARH!iUM DIRECTOR TO TALK HERE MAY 21 IS AUTHOR AND INVENTOR "How To Live Long And Well" Is Topic Of Founder 0i Organiza.. tion For Race letterment WILL REPA Y VISIT FIFTY-SIX NATIONS TO CELEBRATE MADE BY WALKER BIRTHDAY OF GREAT HUMANITARIAN Fifty-six nations and twenty million tion of units of nurs...…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…TIE MICHIGAN, RAIL. i THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___________________ ___ - ~e ~ LEIAVES SOON EENLAND TRI1P Chang Tso- Ln Asks For Co-operation By Pwers In Fight Upon Soath China Viliversl.y -Exjwsitlon) For Ilolsteuijorg May '2S Fr"ola colwcnhiugoi Ifol Here On Advertising BANINING OF CARS Gerald Stedman, vice-presdtl!of ban i&ny the University was the. the GrenllAvetiig gee o I' troit-,-will l(1 ''Ie on M9,,My~opno xrsedb h dih at 4:15 ini roo...…

May 06, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGO TnrtrB THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA0112 'rxrn~ TELL[[S. IMPOHRIIUC OF TASPORTATIONI HNAneraii Carriage Facilities Called Greatest. Neebancal Ind ustry By Prof. Worley ENDS LECTURE SERIES Emphasizing the imnportance of transportation as our greatest me- chanical industry, Prof. John S. Wor- ley, part time lecturer in the civil en- gineer ing department, summarized the growth and influence of Am- can c...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY ein date because of the ig-Out comes on Thurs. Brealis Altitude Record record for a plane carrying a load of Look over the values in the class!- Paris, May 5 .-(By A. P.)-Avor i v5500 ,pounds. rising 26,250O feet pie .-h~ ~uui .aw~day . uontard yesterday broke the =altitude j il iiteil1;1!Iii tii111 I; IIg 1i o1t l0Ii1I1B1i IIl d ii[9TESTS INCREA SE RELIABILITY OF 2 RADING SYSTLYUIL AWRES DECLARES Jus "Examinations aid ...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY.,MAY 6, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAEd THREE WAGNER'S RETURN A Review and an Appreciation Wagner returned to Detroit as glut ED'WXARD C. VAN H-ORNE 'n Teblat loe lieor th W5iva ious as ever, the beauty of is nilo- s. 5 't"'tan and Iold" given by th dies undiminished, the magc of his shrlivedxv)intetrtnte Oter Company, themes more enchanting. Stilt he is preude to the first at ~s av epeinly el tIsod ni's in ASei(si t Andt ) as Iildin lia M...…

May 06, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

….. '' , T ... p _- .. ,r .. ., . .. ., ,y . .. : " w .' ._,, ., ,. , , ... . .. y .. _ " :, .;: w: from your 17 Nickel's SPRING FOOTBALL END5 NEXT WEEK; TOURNARMENT TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY " Nickle's Ar- 1 a certa al stim etition. ay findc he "pep e aftern nhas bey ch mom d try the ment we promise ergy into; * in amount . lulus born d yourself p" tocarry -:u oon when * en trying. nents come. U perfect Billi- e. have, and will put re-...…

May 06, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…The Screen and amend- the existing abmitting the 'd of arbitra- existing con- Owing to necessary increases in the university budget for the academic year 1921-22, the tuition at Cornell has been increased to $250, beginning with the first term of next year. The tui- tion increase was made necessary by the fact that the university has used every cent available during the past few years for the payment of salaries, and it has not been possible...…

May 06, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…ro U R THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY', MAY 6, 1925 Pub'lishied every morning except Monday during the UniversityT year by the Board in Control of Student Publicstions. Members of Western Conference Editorial Association. The A'sociated Press is exclusively en- 1 titled to the use for republicationi of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and the local news pub- fished therein. Entered xt the postoff...…

May 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

…15fIPS OFFERED Given For Research in ray Engineering 11 ) JES. and r be- and are Four fellowships are offered by the. engineering college during the year 1920-1921, for work in the field of highway engineering and highway transport. The Roy D. Chapin 'fellowship in highway transport is offered *to pro- vide for the investigation of an ap- proved subject -relative to highway transport. It pays the sum of $250 with an allowance of $50 for e...…

May 06, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…THE MICIGA\NDILY_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ ... ,.... s _. 'I, NEWSPAPER OF1?THE TERSITY OF IUCUTUAN j I ever'y morning except Monday, Ujniversity year by the Board in Student& Publications. of Western Conference LEditorial joiae Irssis. excluijvly en-~ this paper and the local news pub ein. at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, as second class matter. Special rate granted by Third Assistant Post- neral. ion by carrier, $350; by mail, Ann Arbor Press Biang,'...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY MA _. . a_ _ . Y __.. i1 ; V t Published every morning except Monday rg the Unr yar by th Board in ntrol of Student Publication. Member of Western Conference Editorial sociation. The Associated Press is exclusively en- led to the use for republication of all news spatches- credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper and the local news pub led herein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, ichigan, as se...…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY P"ilished every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Contrci of Student Publications. Members of Western Confereace Editorial 'Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en. titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this pap.r and the local news pub- fished therein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second cla...…

May 06, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 160) • Page Image 4

… ]PACE POUJR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSIDAY, M AY 6, 1 -26 ,- : I I llllllllllllm Published every ,morning except Monray luring the University year by the 15ao In r. Control of Student Publications. I Members of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en-I titled to the use for republication of all newsa dispatches credited to it or not otherwiseC credited i. this paper and the local news pub- lished ...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…[L MICI JIGAN D-AILY______ i Elatl r X FFJCIAL -NEWSPAPER 0OF THE UIVERtSITY O0 1 MAhGAN 'ublishcd every morning except Mond ig the University year by the Board itrol of Student Publications !embers of Western Conference Editoi « iation. L ack upon the observance of these sa-,11111-1 " I cred functions as the most brilliant:4 I' form the shining stars in a hazy back- ' / s11f,,,,/i.% ground of youthful memories, they are aythe links which ...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAEFOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY G, I92 SprngMeans Light Lu Pis Daity slads PlcaentrrtoundEg EDITEI) BY SCOg baa civ ::u150~-. Rr:N2s: ow~n pro- arealasSrnesi ms. ad ih e lect tlrai erreov5 in ' ligchitsmtheybills qb check.. ,'fhe tqa. h]eypeserapcsothem'sands, honds raibing with iraoa a-VoUcher-s re .urnIed to SiCo but te ee rs ht with a long. streoag, coyt presure apr-g sut hict seems to open hearts andi to lay then sare in duirst of S...…

May 06, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 156) • Page Image 5

…ORES YICTGRY OVER Y FOR U.S.C. MATCH "ontinued from Page One) Charlep Merkel, playing num- B for Michigan, did not en- any undue amount of trouble ing a victory over Meyers ofI in straight sets, the scores -2, 6-3. The match failed to any sensational playing on ide. Merkelrwith steady style Smerely wore his opponent and° captured both Sets in a g fashion. The Wolverine cap- ss the, ability to recover shots pponents when they seem good ses and...…

May 06, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

…I FESTIVAL NOTES. 1 .'u I Series! -I Violet Ingleright and Ralph Sarager, both' of the class of '21 of the Univer- sity School of Music, will give the firstj of the graduation recitals at 8 o'clock this evening at the School of Music. This evening's program is as fol- lows: Lungi del caradbene...........Secchi Nina ......... .....G. B. Pergolesi Per la gloria.................Boucina Ralph Sarager Sonata, Op. 22...........Schumann La .rasc...…

May 06, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1925 TEMCIA AL THE MICHIGAN -DAILY PAUE N:vfv .. .$ ) .... . .. ....... IM WATA S s-t ) I Reervaionsshoud bemadeasf LEAGUE OFFICERS INSTALLED TODAYi Mlrs. Wesley Hloffmn, '21, Vorter League President to Make Address to Wonten t NAME PATRONESSES Mrs. Wesley H-offman, formuerly Edna Graff, who was president of the Women's League in 1921. will give f the principal address of the installa-, tion service at Barbour gy...…

May 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 154) • Page Image 5

…d V 1'. 1£V V L' 1..1 ! R.OT.C.J Tj ....Iuu-f u - U -lit- W RELIGION IN INDUSTRY I. e Thomas in with a North comedy. re in "Lord I and Lady SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM RANGED FOR LAST UNION SERVICES AR-I President-Elect Unable to Attend Banquet of Military Club Due to business which demands his presence at Washington, D. C., presi- dent-elect Marion L. Burton, will not be able to attend the banquet of the University R. 0. T. C. club, an Ma...…

May 06, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…THE ,MICHIGAN DAILY I UnIUEII rican Entrants To Circle, Globe- First, Says Pawlowski Greeted By Newly tadlo, Ballinls, venlenees ;POR.T JFNE RT WORK ON 2RI The American entrants In .what. has delevoped into an~ "Around-the- 'World" race for airplanes of all na- tions will no doubt be th'e winners in the opinion of. Prof. Felix W.Pawlow- ski of the aeronautical ei~nineering department. In spite' of the set-backs that have been encountered...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…Y 6, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY arrrrrrmi.+r l r i ca ILVA si FA'vA 2M _5\s Z W sa l */. SELF GOVERNMENT IN COLLEGES COMPARED BY PRESIDENT i SPRING FORMALS AND TEAS FEATURE SOCIETY OF WEEK ANNOUNCE FRESHMAN> PAGENT EHERSA~i ______ DailyB - - - - - - - - - - - - - O RTS 'ulletin of Sportswomens 14N 'r-, -... CONFERENCE 1DELEGATES SYSTEM AT M~ICHIGAN Vl'r~TAi ,r'mIn nmuivr Q FIND MISS NUTTGIVES REPORT Says Campus Needs C...…

May 06, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

…+AY. , 1k27 THE MICHIGAN DAILY :. x .. s1 1. . o i a.m s OA dvises Scientific Curriculum to Fit Women for Future Positions in Home MO HII AS THIS W[[K Speaking before. the annual meet- ientory of the education given to col. ink f dansInd'adises o woen ege women. I)c °.#a'oi°Ed ia yers, tltie, aind ;students inMichigand at a luncheon They are taught trigonometry, his-' kyt; tory, languages, music-all very laud-1 A1umniae Feature i31 Week-End ...…

May 06, 1926 (vol. 36, iss. 160) • Page Image 5

…THURSDAY, MAT C , 1-52 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 17 PAO i' TIHYT1~DAY, MA'~? 6, 1026 PAGI PlY, C #P7 VIT4 ,. ._ ; V F 4 } 1 r t i :{ ' i CHOOSE IDES , L ED8 FOR AMug!. PROCESSION Aides for the Lantern night proces- sion have been chosen by the retiring presidents of the Women's league, the W. A. A. and the Y. W. C. A., Norma Bicknell Mansfield, '26, Myra Finster- wald, '27, and Katherine Willson, '26 respectively. Together with the aides wh...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…THIE MICHIGAN DAILY I and jiunior class baseball rill not be heldl tomorrow, nit of the MIiChigan1-1owr who are plan~ning to try out las baseball teams are re- turn out for the next prac- ie tems will be chosen soon. nid juniors' practice at 4 nday and Wednesday after- Palmer field, while sopho- I freshmien practice at 4 .iesday :an Thursday af ter- als for the Senior Girls' play eldi this weelK as follows: ersa group yat4 o'clocki 'lees- ;c...…

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…SUNDAY, MAY , 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACif": Vr Maiteus and College Enrollments t=, 'iian a -ort' o too'NEWXELL BEBOUT Ifco,?oeifr lsrts into sight. Ed- hr c. a gitell 5 e;i b s r< Cie c it r'_ i, say soh 1)be'o at ie culture eve It)h!_ , ,I ou ec lis _a: itil h ct, rt en l it pratcailty (A ;r-a' I a ( rU 5 c ,r r 1 atd pills) . * t th P 7opra t 'L i it- s'onthat I , t 1 o2 'ut r v uhndbthe- P \a i iir Oe rth ti . d there _.i t.wo ., a w e . ...…

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