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January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…r temperature etoudy, raini G ight. 12o iant ti Editorials Technocracy Economic Law. Versus L r ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1933 PRICE FIVE fi PRICE FIVE Of ficials Say Union CanDo CouncilWork Underclass Committee Is Favored To Take Over Council Functions Politics Would Not Enter New Group Urges Economy I# ly Exercises er, Declares Of Union ation of the sug- Union underclass ver the functions. mcil was expressed n W. ...…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Increasing cloudiness, pos- sibly followed by showers Fri- day; Saturday fair and cooler. LLI itFAi Iat Editorials state Street Beer .. . VOL. XLIV No. 11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933 I S PRICE FIVE CENTS Professors T o Advise About' Liquor Control Angell, Dawson Chosen As U. Of M. Delegates To State Conference Ruthven Declines To Attend Meetings Legislative Council Said To Favor Quebec Type Hard Liquor Control...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Generally fair today, some- at cooler; tomorrow increas- cloudiness and warmer. Y it ga ~~Iait Editorials 'Zoo In Budapest' . . . Transportation Racketeer ng . . XLIV No. 62 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1933 PRICE FIV Fraternity To Initiate AtBanquet Phi Kappa Phi, National Honorary Society, Elects Students, Faculty Men 26 Literary college Pledges Are Named Six Faculty Members Are Taken Into Orgaiization; ...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Rain, colder west portion Thursday; Friday partly cloudy to cloudy. ..odd 6 r I Afri tt Editorials Students Protest The Proposed Budget Cut .. . VOL. XLII No. 137 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1933 PRICE FIVE CEN Akron Inquiry Court Named; Still Hunt Ship Naval Craft Persevere In Search For Fragments; Quest Is Fruitless Three Survivors To Submit Joint Report Use Of Dirigibles Finds Champion In Delaney; Vin...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…xThe We-,ather Occasional rain today; to-. morrow partly cloudy. Not much change in temperatures L oddLI'Alo A6, Ar of JRJImL Awl" w t r ijai ti VOL. XLIII No. 156 Prisoner Maintains nnocence Murder Suspect Declares 'You've Got The Wrong Man, Sheriff' Two Others In Jail To Reinforce Alibi Claims He Drove Around' Detroit During Period Crime Was Committed Continued grilling by Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp and others through- out yes'terday a...…

July 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Generally fair Thursday and Friday; not much change in temperature. LY sftr igan atilj Editorials Must We Still Have An Auto- mobile Ban?; Paul Buckley And The Union. Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL. XIV NO. 9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Democracy n U. S.Is A Joke Bates States Economic Inequality Cited As Flaw In The Culture Of This Country America Is Called Land Of Opposites ...…

August 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

…Bk igrnt ~Iatt jumturiis Extension Courses And Z New Codes; Scientific Featsa Sensationalism I Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL. XIV No. 36 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS State Boasts Many Firms Under NRA Nearly 300,000 Workers Affected By Signing Of Agreements More Than 25,000 Employers Line Up Detroit's Interest Centered On Code For Automobile Industry DETROIT, Aug. 5-President Roos- evelt'...…

January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN [cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice *to all mei bers. of the ersity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Chicago Police Probe Slaying Of Bandmaster Contend That A Maze Of Intrigue Has Enveloped Schildhauer's Death Regents Ban 'Engine School'; College Of Engineering' O.K. CLASSIFIED DIRECTO 111 I XLIII FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1933 No....…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN No. 11 NOTICES To the Members of the University Council: The first meeting of the Council for this year will be held on Monday,October 9, at 4:15 p. m., Room 1009 ,Angell Hall. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. Members of the Faculty: For the convenience of members of the fac- ulty the Oratorical Association has adopted a policy of accepting checks postdated November 1 in ...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 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.11m.Saturday. WEDNESDAY, DECEMIER 6, 1933 VOL. XLIV No. 62 Notices tireident and Mrs. Ruthven will be It hdi te to students of the University. on Wednesday, December 6, from four to six o'clock. University Radio Talk: Ross T. Bit- tin...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

… the nom de plume of the contestant and the contestant's real name and address. The contestant's nom de plume shall also appear on the outside of the envelope. A contestant shall use only one nom de plume, no matter how much material he submits. Bennett Weaver Notice: The Electoral Board of the Michigan Union will hold its meeting for the appointment of the president and recording secretary of the Michigan Union on May 15. Each applicant for a...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the L n erdity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:A), 11:30 a. in. Saturday., VOL. XLIII SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1933 No. 156 NOTICES To the Members of the University Council: The next meeting of the University Council will be on May 8 in Alumni Memorial, Room B, at 4:15 p. m. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary...…

July 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IGAN DAILY of the Su'mnmer Session W7 Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. tnMember of the Western Conference Eitorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or ~ot otherwise credit...…

August 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IIGAN DAILY i of the Summer Session I . compositions by Bach and will include Coral Pre- lude "In dir ist Freude;" Toccata, Adigioand -Fugue in C; Air in D; Fantasia inG minor; Sonatina from the Cantata, "God's Time is Best;" and Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor. Mr. Bogart will present the following program: Lazzari-Sonata, Op. 24; Bach-Sonata in E ma- jor; Tschaikowsky-Concerto Op. 35; Scott-Kreis- in E flat major; Schu...…

January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 3

…THE' MICHIGAN DAILY PAt" V .a sa as a~ -~a.a a tr1a a 0x/ to ua174 A AL4A Etls Volverine Puck Team Will Meet Dearborn Flyers At Arena Tonight Wolves Hope To Keep Unbeaten Record In Game Influenza Keeps Scoring Ace In Hospital; Artz Will Play At Center Michigan Has Edge Opponents Use Individual Style Of Attack While Laowreyrmen Use Pa sses Ann Arbor hockey fans will have their first treat of the 1933 season as Michigan Varsity ice team ba...…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…0 FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PLAY & BY-PLAY Yearling Phys. Eds. Hold First Varsity Sluggish In Practice With BOX SCORE New York AB Grid WorkoutI Frosh Gridders -By AL NEWMAN-I More Predictions * * * (Ed. note: This column probably, will not appear on Saturday and Sunday mornings during the football season.) * * * BELOW ARE the results of thel votes of the five junior assistants on the sports staff in the form of a con...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

…R 6, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY . .. ... . .. .. .. . Michigan Rough Play Mars Fast Game;Sherf Is High Scor er Pucksters Defeat Dearborn In Season's Opener, 4 To . , PLAYV & BY-PLAY By AL NEWMAN Wolverine Five Loses Because Of Bad Shooting Columbia Is Gleeful Over Bid To Rose Bowl- They Should Be! Twenty-Three Penalties Meter Out To Teams In Hectic Battle Goaies Play Well L. David Turns In A Good Performance In Debut On First Team ...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…""HE MICHIGAN DAILY I -I TUE MICHIGAN DAILY I From the PRESS BOX By John Thomas Mann As Announcer Champion Degener Big Ten Boxing Jack Keller A MAESTRO and master of cere- monis of no mean ability was procured for the forthcoming Good Will Boxing Show yesterday when Matt Mann accepted the invitation to act as announcer. Mann must be known all over the country for the way he takes charge of the swimming meets in the I-M pool. His clipped En...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, MAY G, 1933 TIlE MI(AlIIGAN 1)AIIY EAGE THREE Fom the PRESS BOX By John Thomas Kentuck' 2Mnutes T E SELLING of Head Play on the eve iof the Kentuck Derby came try ( now owned by Mrs. Silas B. more and more support ashed Debdy drew near and although now quoted at 4 to 1, the odds might have been even lower at the start. But why did his owners sell him for $30,000 if he could have won $50,000? Undoubt- edly his owners, Mr. and Mrs...…

July 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…up) Hldsial ul) old "CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY et tOnr Fabiyas TYPING Seven Cents a Page PHONE 2-1636 Leave Name and Address Quick Service 15 LOST LOST-Chi Omega Pin. Phone 2-1898. 16 LOST-Last Thursday, green and black Schaeffer fountain pen. Re- ward. Call 7225. 21 LAUNDRY BICYCLES WANTED FOUR-Musicians to play for their board at M Hut. Piano player, 2 saxophones, drums. 20 WOMAN-Student wants to share expense of trip to Gary, Ind., week end...…

August 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…E HIGC D AILY Crowds Gather At Trial Of Accused Costello Widow Deduction Of Unpaid Loans WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. - ()- Farm administrators hoped today that President Roosevelt would bring them safely past a crisis in their plans for cutting the production of cotton and wheat. From him they sought an early ruling through which payments of- fered farmers to join in reduction programs could be definitely exempt- ed from claims the government al- ...…

January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY fi ICHIGAN DAILY I -°*^'V w the market, and that limit is rapidly being reached. It thus becames apparent that the doctrine of - Technocracy, (a brand new thing in its present phase, although the rudiments of it became appa- rent as early as 1920) is directly contradictory to one of the fundamental laws of modern eco- nomics. Economics says that technological un- employment cannot be permanent over a long period of tim...…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933 Pi IMMMMW Publshed everymoring'rexcept Monday during the Universntyyear and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member ofthe WesternCobnferenee Editorial Asocia- tion and the Big Ten ews Servce. '}5 ciatr d Gtolc int __ 1933 ~ ~ c"194 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The .Assocated Press is exclsively entitled to the use11frepbatt oales.satis ede'oitr for republiaton of as u...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDN ICHIGAN DAILY Established_1890 been offered bus transportation by various individ- uals who asked only a percentage deposit on the ticket price. They may be honest, but there is a great opportunity for them to disappear after col- lecting a number of these contributions. So, if you would protect your own interests, be sure that you do your business with agents who are authorized and have reliable companies stand- ing...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TE I- [ICHIGAN DAILY t W 1 , Fy i \' ..-1 , t . i Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. .Mmber of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten News Service. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or n...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

…FOUR TH, E MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY Senate Committee would remain much as it is today, but this group of faculty members in touch with student opinion could not fail to be more in- clined to favor a suggestion from a Council the members of which have shown themselves to be trustworthy and capable of attaining positions of importance on the campus, than by a Council elected on a basis of shady campus politics. The University Counc...…

July 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN (Continued from Page 2) eign language and English required of students planning to concentrate in English (see p. 101 of the An- nouncement) will be given today from 1:15-4:00 o'clock in 2219 A.H. L. I. Bredvold. Candidates for the cegree of M.A. in English: Examinations in foreign languages will be given today from 1:15-2:00 o'clock in 2219 A.H. A reading knowledge of French, Ger- :xan, or Latin is ...…

August 06, 1933 (vol. 14, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OWN Ii The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures 11 This striking Associated Press picture shows all that is left of Castlewood dam, near Denver, after a cloudburst swelled the lake beyond the dam's strength, and ,released a torrent of water which roared through the heart of Denver, causing widespread damage. Fred Kellar, barber of Kewanee, Ill., is shown with some of the huge bones he found whi...…

January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CA.MPUS SO ET ollim Entertaining Of Alumnae Done England's Poet Laureate In U. S. On Visit By Sororities Houses Feature Dinners For Week Following The Active Christmas Recess The social life of the sorority wo- men has resumed after active vaca- tions. Many are entertaining guests for dinner. The Kappa Delta Soror- ity has spent a busy week with a dis- tinguished alumnae house guest. ALPHA EPSILON PHI Mr. and Mrs. W...…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 5

…FRIDAY, OCT. 6,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS SOCiETY Senior Women Honored With Scholarships Michigan Alumnae Award Prizes For Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Winners of the scholarships award- ed by the Michigan Alumnae Council to senior women have been an- nounced. Marian Giddings, '34; who has achieved 283 honor points out of a possible 285, led candidates in scho- lastic achievement. Ruth Duhme, '34, followed with 266 honor points. Bar...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

…THAE,_MIICIUGAN,_OAILY Diagonal Stripes Find Wide Favor Plans For Women's Athletiks Junior A.A.U.W. Holds Art E . rr DeM aMVaried Christmas Party saDscu 9sse Aana ers Meetmn The Junior Association ofUnvrToH sity Women will hold CaChristmas W.A.A. entertained the intramural cording to Mary Stirling, '35. Partici- progam tonight in the Unon Th In So members will meet or inner fol- managers of the sororities and dor- pation points will be given. ...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN -DAILY CA~MPUS SOCI ETY ,r,,..,,,, . ry: Billie Grif fiths Chosen 1933-34 W. A. A. Leader City Woman To Succeed Jean Bostford; Marie Metzger Vice-President Billie Griffiths, '35, of Ann Arbor, was elected 1933-34 president of the Women's Athletic Association in the organization's annual election yester- day. She will succeed Jean Botsford, '33Ed. Marie Metzger, '35, will succeed Jean Berridge, '33Ed, in the vice- presidency;...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, MAY 6,1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS SOCIETY a Entertainment At Sororities To Be Varied Teas, Buffet Suppers, And Formal Dances Provide Activities For Week-End Out-of-town guests interest sorori- ties this week-end, together with rushing affairs, teas, and buffet sup- pers. Chi Omega held a formal dance last night; the Theta Phi Al- pha local chapter house is the center of province convention activities; Phi Sigma Sigma entertaine...…

January 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 73) • Page Image 6

… -Associated Free 'Photo The city of Shanhaikwan, dominating northern land and sea gateways of China, was reported in ruins following a series of battles in which Japanese troops won control from the Chinese. About 500 were reported slain in the fighting. A general view of Shanhaikwan is shown here. - t (Tuberculosis Among College Students Reported As Menace Ex-President Dies Suddenly; Nation1Mouris Wife Discovers Husband's Body In Home...…

October 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

…,GE SIX THE M . ICHIGAINT DAILY FRIDAY; OCT. 6, 1933 GE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCT. 0, 1933 Rutlven Names Faculty Group To Aid Kraus (Continued from Page 1) Strassburg in 1904. He first came to the faculty here as an instructor of mathematics in the latter year and since 1923 has held the rank of pro- fessor.1 Professor Boak, chairman of the history department, was born April 29, 1888, in Halifax, N. S., and re- ceived his bachelo...…

December 06, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 62) • Page Image 6

…THE M ICH IG A N DAILY WEDNESD School Change Advocated By Radio Speaker ome New Developments In Instruction Pointed Out By Prof. Schorling "We must have a change in the eparatory school curriculum that nores the needs of students and en thrusts them for two or more ars into an economic world that is already turned "thumbs down" i them," Prof. Raleigh Schorling of e School of Education, and super- sor of directed teaching in Univer- y High Sch...…

April 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… Ant Ei-lu IeriIi on.allsts attracted most al tention because it offen~ds a Th:rge group of people in all u ationF,," Mr. Whceler continued.I Flitler necds c_' e strong action to bring his pro -ran~i to the fore. .The Jews will11 probably not be completely shut out of Germany, but their activity in public offices and professions will be limited by quota. Foreign Jews in Germany will be treated as before," he said. Mr. Wheeler stated that he do...…

May 06, 1933 (vol. 43, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

…i PAGE SIX ,rri. m tiTC A N D A lI I SATURDAY, MAY G, 19,3 a-...a U.,a9 11NJ1, l~A 1lA3tE1X~r i 11 LA11J1. Ri Registration For Kentucky Field Stations Begins' Enrollment For Geology, Geography Camp Lim- ited To 45 Students Map Data Collecte d Courses Designed For l Undergraduates; hall, Scott, Ehlers To Teach By ROBERT D. GUTHRIE Students of the University who contemplate attending the four- teenth session of the Geological and Geographi...…

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