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November 06, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

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October 06, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…HieMichigan Daily hN Xlilitti-i iMICH'lIA N, ~11. iftIA 1', 15hTOBIfif b, 5151). No. 2. Vol'. X X. Veterans Wat nes Strong Rese sTthdee t'ns ties'up' halfseetndtrit eamtdgiingtheistspo up a anll ifigh ill coidd al n troasy itest aiful terfs e, citlrse showed and thtnsfale It prsmett paitg.only sr las or tochededw aswecre snte third tendtt hew t aftervinthe kik-p na ltirigr m sitirraie appitted a(Itle reser irtyeard 's Ten Ai lnth g lsasl be...…

June 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dal y -. T. __.___... __._ _ VOL. XIX. ANN ARBOR, 1MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, tTUNE 6, tgoo. No. a8o. f BALL OSSER W IN walked, and the bases were cholced. On W N a ground ball to bathers, Hamilton scored, Enzenroth failing to touch hitn THE R L ST ATTLE on the throw in, Maloney catme its on Foutntain's error, but the next two mnt - were out antI the sidle was retired. After Michigan Team Played Fast Ball that Notre Danme never cat...…

May 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…The MIichiganDal .\NN AI ti, 51IM ICIAN, '1IIIRSDA , MAY 6, 1909. 'VOL. XIX. ' c>. 153. FARMERS DOWNED IN EASY FASHION Visitors Blow Up in Third Inning and Varsity Cinches Contest- Class Baseball Starts Today. NI ih st-tint I~di t is i straight from Mi. A. C sc satoningisathe A- gns na aher op-iddgaime . W~ith the exetilin oflith tirdti t iing, ti-ias pae, ad eii naetin g that single wing much har lirthan \V-IaSacttually hese. idd V lfamer...…

April 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…Bit The Nlichigan Dal y Vor.. XIX. ANTN AR IOR. N 'IIIG(A N, Ti CISiI1API IlF6,i>cx). VARSITY READY TO INVADE DIXIELAND Michigan Opens Season With Kentucky-Mac Develops Trio of Heady Base Runners 'llreesmre. las o p 1 cic oniii ied 61 p ill ihe i it' hases-llteam ii i ii f r e s t aceifi sa sn ile teamii i-i s ionIiiis idrrs for 4 Lexigton nd Niilllmet itheKent llS (lis ri ii i isint ,to chr s ti r tha the eam . a 1,oo a, i ili i eitr- iis...…

March 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily T Ot. lA A\\ ARBORl.'ifIClIlIf .\N, S,,TLI)1-M, MA R II 6, 11)09. BUCKEYE WARRIORS SHLASI P)I~al TO lYIEET VARSITY fan(hlilt iofiSof iiit theI\iriftzii, ' ' " if i iti i tltedan onettwichtiets~k' . \o. x w AREN'T THESE, MEN THE MEAN THINGS? Now They Don't Want Real Cho- rus Girls in the Union Opera-- Horrid Old Sticks, So There! C') _(p ra oes area 11not for ils Last Basketball Game of Season" Played This Afternoon; Tea...…

February 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…The ia al VOL. XIX. 1\N o LyAC fXIX.\ S'-R)ANo.'I-)R 88. :Y0 o. . JUNIOR FUNCTION A SOCIAL SUCCESS Both Gymnasiums Were Blazes of Beauty During the Hop- Lights and Solos Featured. With all ihe sharminof ii sitilal gonis. lights, n-is 1and1 li sts c hre Tiunior nio theclssof100 X ra elehratedi ini thr -itinsill i 1s I ridazlitis lit. There wers-morce stnstehundslr~iedcoileis oiltl t ouiisr ini Wa termanssigymu-when.ithte 1 adsirhb~i-theli-...…

January 06, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

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December 06, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…The Nt~ic' I an Da Vot.. XIX. ANN A 1111 )[. it P1 ( .\ \ 10 X, S ' )A 1>1 NI t (),1 o o )8. No).5. ROBERTSON PLAYERS estte. t pakls t )e ~~~LOGj CAPTU E AU IENCEI purt of Mr. Rohertsonl. 01)tit m1st1)e) I TO CAPTURE AUsaul that im this play his support) I _________less cre(111ab)10thall in th'afterooo Distinguished Actor Praises the 1performance0. PThe'a11i1nce0 bubb11dFinal Dramatic Atmosphere at Mich- 1)1 r 1 10111)1)1 OO)). Mad igan; S...…

November 06, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail Vol" XIX. ANN ARBSOR, MTICHIGA, FRIDAY XOYlRMlER 6, iqo905.3 CHICAGO ALUIVNI MAY RUN TRAIN Attempt Being Made by Windy City Grads to Get Excursion- Seat Sale Continues Steadily. Despite the fact iff tecnfictintg Cicago-Cornell ganmc at Chicago one tieck from tomorrowt isnoft or thn ikecy that tie annuaol Chicagoe- corsotoi ii iciigant fbig gamie - till fbe issuref. PromntcitMiiciant amitit residintg i Chicagofhaec takni 111)...…

October 06, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The Micghigan Daily Vol,.. XIX. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908. No. 7. . . . ........ .. - - -_ i BIBS RETURNS AND DONS MOLESKINS Arrival of i Escanaban Brings Joy Into Varsity Camp-Cross Country Runs Begin. The arrival of Big Bill Embs on the scene of action yesterday varied the ' monotony which has characterized te sork of the varsity football team, te A,,big star's return being the signal for unlimited rejoicing both...…

May 06, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…The Mic higanDal ANN ARBOR, MJC41CHIG kN. WEDNESDAY, MAi-Y 6, 1908. Ns ff8. VTOL. XVIII. WOOSTER HSKIES READY FOR GAME Giant Buckeye Team Arrives To- morrowThree Class Played Yesterday. Fans at the Micigan-Wooster game tomorrowe will see the htskiest colle- giate infield in the country. Every base- man, the shortstop antI pitcher are over six feet tall, and the atter weighs 8 pounds. Not only is the team hulky, heel it is exceedingly fast....…

March 06, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 115) • Page Image 1

…TheMichig an Dail Vo;.. -XVIIL- .ANN AiR)RNTTCI A-N, FRII)A, AR(7I f>,: NO. 11c. PRESH-SOPH MEET TOORROWNIGHT The Real Test of Comparative Strength will be on Running Track. The Fresh-soph meet which is sche- duled to take place in the gym tomorrow evening promises some rattling good contests. Several of the spectacular events which it was thought were to come off last Saturday night were only postponed till class rivary forced the issue. An ...…

December 06, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…The Miciglan Daily VOL. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DE.CEM-NBE R 6, 190. No 59. PROPOSED AMEND- MENT MAY BE MADE 4Athletic Association May Change Its Constitution-Rowe Says That Politics Are Inevitabie. Ant amtendmitent to the constitutiont of the Athletic associatiotn has beett pro- posed. Today at petitiotn calling for a special mreetintg to consider tiis amend- mettt will he circitlated. If twetnty-five signattures of members...…

November 06, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga .n IDaily1 ANN ARBOR, MICHi-IGAN, WE DGFSDAY, NOV'EMBER 6, 1907. No. 38. PENNSY SEAT SALE WILL BEGIN TODAY General Sale Is On-Michigan- Chicago Talk Bobs Up Again- Vanderbilt Post-Mortenms. The etmbers of the athletic astcat tin wee all owed tt pttrciase their tik- es yesterday at the price stiplatel by he Conference i it reform session- ity cets-anid totay the geieral sale f seats for the Pettttgtttte awil iegit. Anyl stttdentt...…

October 06, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…TheNichigan Daily V \ ARBOR.1[CHIGA\ SUNDAY, OCTOBE7R 6. 1907. No. 12. Vol- XVIII. CASE HOLDS VARSITY TO RAGGED VICTORY Michigan Wins First (Game by Low Score of 9 to O- Visitors Put Up Stubborn Defense-=Fumbling by the Varsity Prevents Larger Score. Hed oits orels iaeainaath'lust half of thea son's fi rt gamal, CaptainflMa amffia Afaglif-less arair came ack in thconcdaaalhalf lng celough asor twce-nc ol a goal frmn placmentll a1n11fl1'ohe...…

April 06, 1907 (vol. 17, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XVII. ANN :ARIII lid. MICII 1l;.\N, SA'I'VRI:YY APIl, No, 1 ;<> UNION MINSTREL SHOW IS A "HOWLING SUCCESS"9 S C SUGGESTS NEW METHOD n iii reMot ehosen as alter- "CHRIST'S RELIGION OF CHOOSING DEBATERS Iditinglec artc that ilicaionga1,4ain WA NO DGM TC Correspondent Would Overcome liii iiiiiiii li11e litititiilly exel in Coe Speaks on ',How D~id Life Look Difficulties by Increasing Nunm- 1:11(mli~tti ii ee~iiieini...…

March 06, 1907 (vol. 17, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol".. XVIT. ANN ARI)( R .1'!1 WX \'V)NE1SII\Y, .A~' .17 (>. i1C2. .... . ... . ...... ....... .. MINNESOTA MAY FOLLOW MICHIGAN tiophers Not Pleased With Confer- ence Rulings-U. of M. Alumnuso Laughs at This Idea. T] 01.it New- prints theXII f1051111 hI ,fc~r iln~oa 111()1 he ro o~tio tf iX 1111 XI-m ink;7 \lolli \lo It'he (1" ooineel in esotans ishf lup~c h ophers, Nebraska, h llth ill the \Vc 11111O Ilere 1:e, and d t...…

December 06, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Daily ANN \RBOR, \Il( 11k \ \ I't YDll}sl V 11 N IIIR 6 , fo6 "oL. X VII. DISTINGUISHED ALUM4NI WILL COUNCIL PLANYS CHANGES DETROIT MANM WILL IN FRESH-SOPH RUSH ADDRESS CIVICS CLUB APPEAR Al PRESENTATION Members of Lower Classes to Confer D. IF. Wilcox, Secretary of the un wihCouncil Committee in Re- icipal League, Will Speak on Con- } vising De tails of Contest. stitutional Convention. Dir. James~ Angell, Jr., and Professor Je...…

November 06, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION'S cO'. t I,(tili FINANCES VERY LOW 11I :iii,~tr1 Football flanager Null tells why the i11-. \ilicu1: tli Funds are inadequate this Year h'Itict.)X11( -_ Urges Everybody to join it,'.kT1t r.t the Association. >f- )1(lig Iltl :\tlll 1111 a vit h aleic '} ~11: lr titlsfllti at li t ml i t c 1.It i il 111~ i t las it h t It~t 111( h~tlc 1111,t iii1'(11-r=tli 1 ilt: i _ l'lt rt i te 1 it'f-m ~rl1(t11actth 11...…

October 06, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol'. XVJT. SOPHOMORES VICTORIOUS IN THE FRESH-SOPH RUSH Annual Underclass Rush Proves Most Successful of Any Held in Many Years. For tle third aar rnntinitg the spia Il, I,, h t tti ed p~cI iitie 'tttt rITsh. This ioneCtwas alhort ut cct ttg conatetst lstngaaonly. six mmt Tlie' fresltsaents fougt (i sisratri, bt tsce cotdd ta's a ts elf by ' th ,saissquala tstttanrors that a aMali uc ofl tite tatatmei tteri abe t cimbst...…

June 06, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

…The Michitiia ANN ARBORIVIMICHIGASN, i\+:\ I l <ISI)A\Y. LjVIs . i t ~ioo.[5) ;TOL. XVI. NO. 179. ATHLETES H4aD GOOD TIME AT CONFERENCE hero unttil stutldenly his cheeks begao to lose their color. 't'hen hie quietly droptped the stubh attn 1sought solace elsewhere. ARRANGEMENTS MADE - isd>ih FOR SENIOR RECEPTION!itaiwill ic. " to ' 's Vistl'ti REDUCED COMMENCE- t IIit c [wl- I "BOA'is ~tlt sC Iti aedtl tl t ei role cof I . Some Eve...…

May 06, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…i~ The M4ichigan Da iy ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAX N,) X SI \ 1 Y ftsof OL. XVI. NO. 1 54. VARSITY OUTCLASSES OHIO STATE TEAM Sanger Pitches Great Game and Michigan Wins by Score of 6 to Two-Michigan Starts Scor- ing Early. Mi chigan showedt a tdecided reversal of form yesterday ad h1ad( little troble idefeating the Ohi State team.te tdal score being 6 to 2. Tie elogatel tiangr was largely resonsible for fUlios shdttn fall, as ie helthemtrttsafe...…

April 06, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily JfO. XVI.VANN -ARBOR, 1MICHiCIAN PI1l1) NY'APRIL1, 6, 196.. GRAHAM AND CURTIS I IIhCTION WILL BE. ae.lee CHOOSE REAY TEAMS FIERCELY CONTTESTED Judge V.H.Ln Elce Interestt in theeltection of tile student Chairman ogf Boar'd Seven Men to Run on Each Team - mlittleri (If the i ithiga111110 it 0)I oar Chamnpionship Fencing Tourna. of cotrolttis10becomltligkeenera'Ithtie ment to be Held. ieo h lcinapoceadi 01111'thtithe otil e11...…

March 06, 1906 (vol. 16, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 01 L.XVI. BIG CASH PRIZES FOR ECONOMIC ESSAYS ist of Subjects Which Hart, Schaff- ner & Mars Offer to College Men for Next Year. litfsuciitsttfor11te 96 Hart, tiafic 1 ri Iar ize essay 23cotest. Lco aethe sibjicts for 1907: Thepraticlis ld oiiof reeing mnris e escitil to stilsetueti ,nciiiilclte 10Unit1ed 115ilstatei.ei Ic helst Ithosoftaiig'a 111111111rrnc11int111111 pic111. Toli it 'ex1ent,1111 il what111fom., ar11s1cil1s...…

December 06, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…The Mihgn Daily ANN ;\RF-)OR,1MICHITGAN,\ U II)\i 'OAV. 1)I 1 I }aI Ilk (i ii8U V'Ex.. XVI. Nox. 57. ILLINOIS SCHEDULED FOR THANKSGIVING According to Present Arrangements liini Will Play Turkey [Day- Baseball Dates Made. 'The Tihnksgiv xxingcly ga'eincext scix' wxi l be p layed uii iliArhor iin ll arc n tdiielyi se attled, Illioisis ,) andiiChiicago. iichi xiii'i'pclyithe 1ii - thei\ialiiiii play hereI i'''xx weleks' lateri Nxxi xxx mbxxii...…

October 06, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily MEN WORKE HARI). Varsity Squad Thro' Severe Train ing Stunts-No Scrimmage Yesterday. Althought Coach Yost (diinot gis e h laueo cimg lst right. it was plainly evident fron tetworkout goven tetsq-iuadthat Is didi not expect the mitstakes made il t irs thItlf of the Klamaztoo gametcto brpae oorwi h az g i. Ce. acling the (lttttpy signal prc ie sitli pacise-thtanl in g pnswral« h rgaadk,;afterduts the iseiswere llowtied1 t unt...…

June 06, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

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May 06, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

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April 06, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily3 VOL. X V ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1905. No. 135 CAMPBELL IS NOW CAPTAIN 1SI ril uNITY -ISISAI, . f S N ilk ENG"INlikldS B \NQS r.1905 ATHLETIC SCHEDULES The Popular Shortstop Uuanimously I10 I ii] w el rciil 1w iillaieiC l -irCi Director Baird Announces That Dis- Elected Without Opposition - Has ni w cii einlrin- siee W eihi CBio pute with Chicago is Settled and erl d ,ieal leste. The baseball Chuse. was fumenal...…

December 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

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November 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1904. No. 36 IODRAK(E SCORED Yesterday's [4 i°w Aggregation a Surprise- Burcham Kicks Goal From i F-ied-Final Score WESTERN 36 to 4. _- Michigan, 36; Drake, 4. VcII-Iiithesercnd thee-tlis ear M. A. C., 39; All-Fresh, 0. liciii liasie he cii redeilon. but tile Chicago, the Texais, 0. titbit'I llinoise 7;t O hiic Satc. e Iwanoilui[ thai call Drke Cii Iniel-u 36,7;lot, Q.li to " 1,...…

October 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan aily VOL. XV. ANN ARBOR, MIH., THURSDAY, OCTOBER i, 1904. No. 9 FORTY-I uIiT POINTS. C[NSUJS 03 VOTERS. CAMYPUS POLITICS Varsity With Many Substitutes Rolls Pate; Cmie4fot-Ifrato 0t Candidates Solicit Votes For UpSgSor-amndMks Will Be Used By National Class Offices-Glad Hand UBiTorFeHamods aksGommittees. In Evidene. - Al the suggest iou of the 1101ioal Forty-elghr was the total which the ttepubllicn sd tDemocrtiec. omtit At least ...…

May 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…The ichigan D aily VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1904. No. _153 McAfee to Lead Yells-Lare Nm ber of S eats Sold-Orators o the Grond-Winner to Get $100 'Tonight in Universtiy lll twil e hebtthe forteenthttannul clot et of the Nrthertt Oratorical Legie. The sle-of seats has eeni large ant it is expected that lbyiPaeocktis eve- ning,'althedeirlesItat %ilt at ieen ttisosed itfs r:rholtttesants atitdelegtet- i gan toItteintty-ester...…

April 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

…VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, AUCH., WE!DNESDAY, APRI., 6, 1904. No. 136 6000 WORN CONTINUES. DEBATING IJILOO. j NEW CONSTITUJTION. lHe shall be required to deposit a bond ______o Five Thousand Dorllars with the Track Men Getting Into Shape-Relay Team Practicing fr Deate with Faculty Cmmittee Forms New Rules hSecretary of te tniversity of irtvchd Team Candidates Makig Faist ivithwestern -- Prfeccor True Is Regulate the Affairs of the Stu- byleAaiiigppr...…

March 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIV. ANN A.\I OR, MICH., SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1901t No. 11 0 B[ST IN YEARS. 1 1551 tt tclat at the start brke _________ and hIietta nable to rn bt sas Was Last Night's 'Varity Meet-Ha"altlwedtoite('51 I<t' in the finals. mey and Rst in Star Rls-Twa Final. Deadtl bet tt '.1ween1Stewart awl Reords Brke. Nico. Iteiten :;r. "- s ec. Rn-ff of Ti. Last nigtt 'e 'arsity timee t spro-Stt'ttr t t1Niol 2n. 75% see. bably thte mot...…

January 06, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan. Daily- VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY (1, 1904. No. 68 600ODIN6 D[AD. THELEE i[CLUB TRIP. Popular Guard on Michigans Football Club Returns from a Successful Trip Team Passed Away Yesterday Morn-, -Members Were Tendered Every ing-Death Resulted from an At Attention-Future Plans and Pros- tack of Typhoid Fever-Funeral pects. - Thursay. The first tour of te 1937 Musical After n illness whichsrotably Clubs it an ,...…

December 06, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…The ichigan Daily VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, ?MICH., 'SUNDAY, DECEMBER C, 1903. No. 57M SUJCC[SS IS ASSUJRD. Musical Club Concerts Will Be Loyal- ly Patronized By Hundreds of Michigan Alumni and Friends. The itiiiei-s-io le comiing Trip itf the mnicial(cubs o icXlihian ie- ceiveil tip MIniger tJuhn Waiing ldur- ing lth platiwodli ti -iiiattie nii liifac tinh-ialminiindiiil ohers are, eageritoIhe-r ad if ain ricciubs att aiuns maes wheiiiconc111i...…

November 06, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…_The_ ichiganDal VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1903. No. 35 ALL-FRESH DID WELL BISPHtAnr TONIGHT. UNPRECEDENTED SALE. ICONVENTION CLOSES TODAY Scored Twice on the Scruhs Last Noted Singer Will Open Choral UnionI Tickets Going Fast-Indications of aFnlBqutothApaGma Night-'Varsity Was Fast in Sig- Series-A .real Favorite With Record-breaking Crowd-Many In- nal Practice-O. S. U. Hopes to Ann Aror Audiences-Sketch quiries From Alu...…

October 06, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL.. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1903. No. 7 [OOTBAL[ OUTLOOK. PR[S. ANELU'S ADDRSS. A SRIUfr fMAJOR APPOINT[D. LE[CTUJRE FOR LAWS. Championship Already Seems to Lie "Character Building" Chosen as Top U. of M. Band will have a Drum Ma- Sir Frederick Pollock n "The Expan- Between Michigan, Minnesota and ic of Advice to Freshmen and jor-Band will play at Albin and sion of the Common Law." Chicago. Game with...…

May 06, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…Thll us oi: N. DAILY. VOL. XI II. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY. MAY 6, 1903 No. 157 SPARKLING COMEDY nceesto plifeltiiiii. tliialt inotisitt, lovble sh-gir -l vt-txreat-il Comedy Club Performance Last Even- ity. int-Eclipses all Former Efforts 11is oftethte cas iteprfs --Society Iturned Out sitlt raniks tail:ti iat p111 hrotaght into r iiitin i-i lyt iiitat- Attati ito it iti ha, atllso it swas Ilst u_ Agi h otietly I. iltblhs at-kiit iss Aay i...…

March 06, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 114) • Page Image 1

…THE U. OF II. DAILY. VOL. XIII. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1903 No. 114 FRESHMEN ARE LUCKY 1906 Engineers Drew the Bye in the Relay Championship-Senior Lits vs. Junior Laws at the 'Varsity Meet Probably the event of greatest in- terest in the track team situation yes- terday was the drawings to determine the remaining schedule for the three relay teams still in the interclass championship. This took place at 5 o'clock in Trainer Fitzpa...…

December 06, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

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…lz- Zell" 1. J } Z 4 " 1 lr i t X s t ifu' D A 5f M'X 'i'r XT I-As. No. ni'o D. A. C. TOMORROW NO DEBATE WITH PEN NSY God Game Promised at Ferry Field, Agreemaent for Pennsylvania--Michiga n Wednesd'ay Afternoon at 4:10- GDebating Contests Hlas Expired Fast Practice Yesterday and Will Not Ba Renewed un~~~ ~ arelisorry to i:i'illlll 'dii XXIIIiithat.ii Xilihii Aiiii'i i' ' I 1i. 'niX iiiit il -:fIttiii iiv Xi XI ii Ii ilii ii iIiiii' thei.X t C...…

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…r riL Y- [('f ^ F vi 4 axm t t t , , ' Ci CON AIR CARNIVAL. ede ' ~ ailfl~i -a en!& lil -\N k RF',(MIE., ID l NO. 10b ilfi K<t ! .t }pct ;" r.t t ai l t 'l'f1£'tl Ilti 't.t':k .t7tt S1i11cjS'1 i'f ITl 1 tt I. arli, l ,illl Inn ..:fi1, t.'1 1CI4If ili 1F1 S1ti 77 i It Tm N i> MICHIGAN TEAM DEFEATED ili il i < 1t : s lhuh irb. xait 1 9i by D eot hn"eioai Fl I vn Testl i i itili liioliil Iii A r iten tihii Game 'Lenian L - Yi1iS:iL .is ,t .. 5' l...…

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…tilc 1 s ti y ;K 4 .', 7 x'x { ' ;' 'i ' ? j5 , kty ail' .a i h 5i " ' -v, '.' ^' ", " "V ,, i ._ '-a". may, ?, a i. f Imig4a:'? ANN ARBOR, THURSD-A-Y. MARCH 1) 0 21. No. 181 INLANDER Jhib ts ef Gymnasium Team. RELAY~ 'r't-I- f~eii ii 3 t{ i S1t ll I t ilt t 1i ili In:p l't''ilU n(r "i 'tt ti i iide t n t',ttttitr } i ' il > CIMIi sit" n t uttr n N ion--1jk ;t~:3 1 ii r : 1 { n itii i h l ' e. r iIt) : it il ' : i - i il v d ia , Is l t t l t ...…

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…r~r QST YAS NEIL SNOW. Il 1S r Veteranof ...Many' Atlt9 c(on- Indto sodHolds Three 'Wissity 1 ) t o 8 1 1 1 1 1' W t h t it u 's 1a1h II 1 irdi "III 111111 10 'III ( 11111he I w .l-sIt l o-I . w llo itI)L '11 S1ll' l t tni 111 1141 ha. h'0, o 111:1 '~j111 'SIN 1 IlS '1111 . the falif1 ! ;Iipa e n n fil WV I a lS15 0 I' 1'l ll cl*1o i 11111 hain l ayed c 1 1 n,11 i' t11 re 111 1 114 n 111)1ot hg 011l1 M an illawk i 11 i ll 11 Ie ti 11111 icI 11...…

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…F8T YEAR. ANN ARBOR, MICII., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMIBER 6 1901. No. 3S FERSO OEROFIENE ALL-FRESH SCHEDULE. GYM. WORK. UNIVERSITY VALUATION. Varsity See.ms Somewhlat Prone to Our Freshman Team Should Have Regular Work in the Gymnasium Has The'Valuation Inventory Shows That Taking Things Easy-Scrubs Bare- Games With the Freshmen Teams Commenced. the Value o the University is Over ly Mis Scorino- a Place Goal of Other Western Coleges. -Two Million Doll...…

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…m IC DAILY, WS .. ." ' - _ . _ may; FIILOT N h t.. N ARBkOR, AMOfIf- SU-N DAY. ( O 01111 Not. 12 MICHIGAN 57, CASE 0. Cal N ot ctMe reat~l:toU)the Ci e- laild School's «er No elit-Vsi- tor's Sart to 'rake itoevtit Leve Before the Gamoer but Mnaer Schoolboyiol I i i ri \ III 1': - ;l, , o i, lu i l. ', . I rl i l ii iii iitt f, I II I ktl li s? ' liii l t l 1 : " , li i e i >ht ^l titi t'. 1' :p i ii it i c"i ittitit i s ,it l61*0 ~ ]ii l, ii '...…

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