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December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ttoewlo- . 'tii """., , r uriw J . IM I / ° ' 11 /" CLI{N l!{IIIl1Vi 1 7-mg. Ty f . .o......., ...., rA RCK5, SUAD AT PRE SEASON WORK, ptain Burke, Goldwater Showing Best Form in Dashes; All Sprint- ers Not Out Yet ,4 WHERE DOES YALE GET IT? WISCNSIN GRI'D nnnnnrnrn nnmnnur line. Hohlfeld may also be in uniform next fall. He has had considerable experience and will be valuable for the 1923 team., [CEL...…

May 07, 1922 • Page Image 6

…"rHE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY? 7, 1922 "PAINTED WINDOWS" it is to have any hope of a future dmilitant life, we must still bear in Sr i (A Review by S. T. Beach) I(mind that the conclusions reached Ilo o k s a n d A uThe "Gentleman with a Duster," are purely personal; our lack of per- osonal touch with affairs ecclesiastical haigrmvdfrom the "Mirrors of "THE CHILDREN OF THE MARKET a friend of Douglas and having a good in England r...…

January 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… 1'1 WLtom en -May Mc Avoy in "Mor- -"The Killer," a Ben- Hampton production. n- Katherine MacDon- "Trust Your Wife." Girls who have signed up to sell candy at the booth in University halt ,hould report for work since a new shipment of candy has been received and placed on sale. The financial committee of the Y. W. C. A. requests that girls whose pledges are due pay them at the office in New- berry hall in order that it will not be necessa...…

March 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 112) • Page Image 7

…7:30 o'clock to- rry residence. dan will be at y st'udents from ernoon. e cast of "The teet at 3 o'clock vberry hall. Literary society clock tonight in the fourth floor g of the >f King's 0 o'clock hall aud- The University Girls' Glee club will meet at 4:30 o'colck this afternoon in Hill auditorium. All girls who have been making posters for the Junior Girls' play should bring them to Barbara Baker, 602 Monroe street, at once. No more studen...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 7

…I NI ;1'11I LU UU .i er man whose the results of Like is custod- rner andsto- Wimbles and s stronger, and any one the ssed since the ELECTION NOMINATIONS All class and campus organ- izations must place their lists of nominees for office in the hands of the Student council election committee by Saturday, April 22. Fa lpre to getnominations In on time will result in for- feiture of space on the ballot. This requirement is made neces- sary,...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…Boston, .362; Blue, Cleveland, .380, ait,.SG1; TTERS 0' E IN~ BOTHR LEAGUES' RST 104 MEN ABOVE 360 MARK (By Associated Press) . Chicago, May 6.-George Sisler, first baseman with the St. Louis club, and Tris Speaker, leader of the Cleveland Indians, today are in a neck and neck race for the batting leadership of the American league, with Sisler topping the heap with an average of .431. Speaker is runner up with .424. Thee averages include ...…

October 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 12) • Page Image 7

…WIGAN LDAILY ISECTIDNAL CONTESTS WiIL FEAiTURE TODAY'S GRIDIRON CRD __ . i ;; ;1 I:'iliv(sity c "(eorgia InVidc s't 'i! 'Fr B et1e Wit ((Ciuro Stagg} 'TIWEE WESTERN TEAMS HIT I TA 1L FOR A'TLANTIC COAST Opening encounters on the gridiron! are, as a general rule, of little inter- est to football fans outside the circle of each playing institution's select co- terie. It is not usual, until after the games are played, that the average out...…

November 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 38) • Page Image 7

…0 ONAL UPSETS MARK LAST MARTINIU STAS AS :EKS GRID CONTESTS IN EAST MINNESOTASOE9 DOWN brought every one in the stands to another step toward Conferf his feet. ors, with theichigan.game Stops Williams great impediment, while After snaring a long pass off left though eliminated from any the Big Ten title is set down end Williams had practically an open iron critics as a team of ste field to the Minnesota goal, Martineau is to be feared by any...…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 7

…IO F 2SNS HAPP'YAS ITDRAWS TO C'-LOSE GYMNASTIC TEAM There is a posibility that it will TO BE DEVELOP3ED' be entered in the Western Confere'nce 2 1although no definite action-has beenj taken upon that yet. It i .is Dr. Mbay Issues Call For Tryouts For, an informal team will be formed, and Ne informal. Squad I meets will be arranged ,with severab Detroit colleges and probably with Men interested in gymnastics will .A.C be given opportunity thi...…

May 07, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 A FEW NOTES BY G. D. E. , MIDLAND EDITOR VISITS US A New Book on Sex Her new ideals of worship are freely (Continued from Page 5) (Continued from Page 1) Miss A. Maude Royden, England's expressed and people of all classes Christ, Dante, Galileo, Nietzsche, Poe He commented that the writer of son- foremost woman preacher, daughter and beliefs attend. Since college days and numberless others. Som...…

January 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FFICIAL BULLETIN ITURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1922 Number 74 NEWBERRY TRIAL .IN FINAL STAGES SA ichool -Admiralty Law: series of ten lectures on the Law of Admiralty is to be given by nant-Commander William H. Faust, United States Navy (retired). The will begin at 4 o'clock on Monday, Jan. 9, 1922 ,in Room G of the Law 1 and will continue daily at the same hour. The lectures will be open members of the University. EVANS HOLBROOK...…

March 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 112) • Page Image 8

…L .l I I Il EI p.m. (11:90 a.I MARCH 7, 1922 I I' Number 112 to Council:,' T'here will be a meeting of the Senate Council in the President's office 15 p. m., Monday, March 13. R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.. ersity Women: All University Women who have been placed on warning or probation equested to see me during my morning office hours as soon as possible. MYRA B. JORDAN, Dean of Women. r Contest Open to Undergraduates: The attention of al...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 8

…traffic throughout the city are to be connected by well paved strets. Van Tyne's Work In India Highly Praised By Whyte demic Mrs. C. H. Tyne, wife of Prof. V. H. y May Van Tyne, of the history department, re es- who is at presen't on leave of ab~sence ,ork of in. India, has received a letter fromi elgium Sir Alexander Frederick Whyte, presi- omote dent of the new Legislative assembly age of of India, commending Professor Van Lm and Tyne's wor...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…a a ..... ... .. . - - - - --- m +r r U A ' dull languid andinefficien OMMON HEALTHdelicate membranes of tie throat are injured. seme d the e and rema to gig is me tells lities. that Fresh Air, "Secondly, fresh air is moving air. ained for Prof. C. E. A. Still air blankets the body and pro- ve a clean-cut definition duces a deadening, numbing effect. Air ant 'by the term, "fresh in general motion stimulates the skin. us that "Fresh air h...…

October 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 12) • Page Image 8

…UAILI 1 "L Yor am nalyemose I H~..DA.L. ' -j OPPICIAL BULLETIN the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922 NniiNber 12 THE FIRST WOMAN SENA TOR--- Announcing to my friends and pat- rons that I am still doing business at my U. of M. Barber Shop as always at 1110 So. University. J. R. Trojanow- ski.-Adv. Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. I You...…

November 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 38) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL\i ,,,.. DAILY . OFFICIA'L BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:20 p. m. (11;30 a. nm. Saturday.) Volume 3 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1922 Number 38 To the Facvjiy: Professors and instructors who wish to have their checks deposited nmonthly, may arrange to do so by calling at the Secretary's office before Nov. 26. SHIRLEY W. SMJITH, Secretary. To the ...…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL'___ nr I.i.1: Im I K,, ni L i ication ini University. Limo U1 1 UIFUL IIUts!LfII the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of Copy received until 3:20 0. m. (1:; Opa. .Baturday.) THURS DAY. IDECEM[BER'7, 112 umber .69 I Uui't' rsilty ectures : _^$n ,h; P'rofessor'A. Sommerfeld of the niety of vtail iu 1e aseies of four lectures on the general subject pf4oi4 tritr, thie week i the West ILecture Room of the -Phy...…

May 07, 1922 • Page Image 8

…8 'HAL MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 TH ICIANDIY AAZN SNA MY7,12 THE POETS-AMY LOWELL with two stories "The Indian Summer (Continued from Page 1) of a Forsyte" and ;"Awakening" which present the life of a representative the French town of Bar-le-Due in the English family thru three generations Province of the Meuse, the prefect (Scribner). had issued instructions to prevent the children from eating candies which might have b...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 9

… Disapproval over he offer of the LO 1924 Olympic g Stadium. It he event would des Princes at Kirby, chairman of the npic committee, de- great mistake is being long run, he said, the the Pershing field into I approach closely the stadium and another ve decided advantages rian stadium in loca- Lyons also offered a site o haveadvantages, but as seriously consider- two other cites men- 'er the Pershing sta- definitely decided upon h committ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

… a STARTING TODAY STARTING TODAY 4i A PARAMOUNT WONDER "PICTURE The DazigQueefSrenLn eo S t e READ THlE ANNOUNCEMENT IN "THE SATURDAY EVENINGx POST," MAY 6TH, A DOUBLE PAGE OF RAISE. aions!f A PARAMOUN' WONDER PICTURE I I w .._ __._ s Unusual uCreations F ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MRM ___________ ___ i_______ _______________ r 'I Tr 'may : : ,. The., Most- Thrilling ( l re lL Love Drama Ever Filmed A REQUEST Th...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 10

…own AndWhen You're Home- RAISE YOUR QUOTA Facts- for 'Ile Michigan needs a swimming pool and needs it badly. a 'The logical place is in the greatest student clubhouse, The Union!. The pool is partly conistruct- ed but $28,000 must be raised to complete it. This money will' be raised during vacation. If every one of 900 workers will bring back $82 over $28,000 will be raised. It's easy if every one will work. Sell Michigan again. TALK SWIMMING...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 10

…sociated Pres: r 6.-Sharp s tment of fed number of cha "ITS Chicago, was quoted as saying. "Our cases of drug-addication are so rare that we have never kept a record ofr them. In the year 1918-1919, of the 8,842 cases which were actually in- 'vestigated by us, 412 of them were directly caused by intemperance. But in the year 1919-1920, the year that s Reduc- prohibition came into effect, we handl-t to ed 8,267 cases, and of this number 33t ca...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 11

… re to give you the possible for your Ve have only the mides olfPocahon- cky, West Virgin- hracite Coals. We Genuine Solvay g'rade West Vir- Pennsylvania By- I Dean IAll girls who wish to sign up their houses for baseball must do so at once on th~e bulletlin board in Barbour gym- nasiumi. Many girls who pledged specific amounts last fall to the Y. W. C. A. have neglected to pay these dues.. Im- mediately after Easter vacation the committee in...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 11

… memo" STARTING TODAY STARTING TODAY STARS ot the STAGE and SCREEN on TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAM YOU HAVE OFTEN HEARD OF DOUBLE-FEATURE PROGRAMS- BUT HERE IS A TRIPLE-FEATURE BILL FOR THE FIRST TIME. - - -~v On the Stage The Supreme Musical Organization' 10 ARTISTS The same aggregation of Pennsylvania College musicians that played at the J- Hop and'Military Ball is now'transform- ed into a wonderful stage attraction that is second to none.- ...…

April 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 139) • Page Image 12

…II a F Rudl 9:80 p. m. (11:80 a FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922 Yw ni ETINi days.). Number 1390 O1'versity: ig vacation President and Mrs. Burton will not be "at I be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, April 12. M. L. BURTON. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: is called to the midsemester report cards which are being" rough the Dean's messenger boxes. All members of the fac- I to report cases of students whose work so far has bee...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 12

…Is LY O ICIAL BULLETIN ILSPORTS t opy received untll 3:30 p, . (11: S. . S OaPSMuraIys.)C SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 Number 17 U U R IUH ~I~aetlar metingofT10U.S.C, TENNIS MEN o t egular meeting of the University Senate will be held Monday i y 15, at 8 in Room C, Law building. (Continued from Page Six) u J.L.MARKLEY. and their work was most satisfactory s to all of the- critics. Little can be said e of them until later when they will have on of all S...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 The Poet Series - IV. Amy Lowell (By Lois Elisabeth Whiteomb) In 1917 her critical volume, "Ten- "'Polyphonic' means 'many-voiced,' is not purely pictorial.. "Patterns" The 'fourth in the series of talks dencies in Modern American Poetry," and the form is so-called because it is a subtle exression of a woman's ven in Ann Arbor by famous Amer- was published. In it she discussed makes use ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 14

…a 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE upper -classes to new men not taken care of by fraternities. The Bowling Vianaging the Union committee and Billiard committee put on tournaments and bring the better Editor's Note: This is the third and committee is. running the ticker serv- professionals here for exhibition last of a series treating of the organi- ice in the tap-room, which gives games in their respective departments. zation and activities of -t...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 15

…"THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson 'ublished by Harper and Brothers) did; Euripides was an object of ab- of change were the illusions of the concourse make all possible combi- horrence to the conservative of his thoughtless and the simple-minded. nations. a * * There was no per- Beginning. of Critical Thinking day, and Socrates was actually exe- * * *manence anywhere; all was no more The Egyptians were the first peo-...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 16

…in the use of the term "Middle Ages tine who died in 430. By this time a The h ind the I akrna Our histo -ical text-books usually in- great part of the critical Greek books I lude in that period the happenings had disappeared in western Europe. (Continued from Page 3.) bins in the distinction and variety of between the dissolution of the Roman * Worldly knowledge. was re- 9. Ifluence of Plato and Aristole his achievements. It is not his fault ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 17

…Quite a noise has been stirgd up reasons against the doings of the Fn the campue over a couple of fresh- twain were obvious morons, ill it A e omen refusing to wear their "pots." was certainly stupid of the two to While I am strongly for this spirit oppose the yokelry in any way. (By G D. E.) as faithfully -as possible. 't'hus, when of rebellion against the sappiest. of while it is true that every 7man of B I a burly fellow of six feet ormore,...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 18

…Books and Authors "THE CHILDREN OF THE MARKET a friend of Douglas and having a goodl PLACE" deal of leisure, he watches the theI unfolding of political affairs and theI By Edgar Lee Masters nation's progress. He follows ther (A Review byI . D. S.) stormy career of Douglas and the in-t creasing dissension over the problem "The Children of the Market Place" of slavery. Douglas's debates are re-t (Macillan) by Edgar Lee Masters lated, his meeting...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 19

…SUNDAY 1922 A' EW NOTES BY G. D. E. (Continued from Page 5) Christ, Dante, Galileo, Nietzsche, Poe and numberless others. Some men, of course, can oppose the rabble, but only after first cloaking themselves as idiots and winning the rabble's favor. Even then their subsequent snubbing of the mob finally- brings them :to.a grief, as with Caesar, Napoleon, Dis- raeli, and, dropping a peg or two, Woodrow Wilson. r But mark me, I am not saying that...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 20

…THE POETS-AMY LOWELL (Continued from Page 1) the French town of Bar-le-Duc in the Province of the Meuse, the prefect had issued instructions to prevent the children from eating candies which might have been dropped from Ger- man airplanes, as other candy simi- larly scattered had been found to contain poison. The poem begins: "Currants and Honey! Bar-le-Duc in times of peace. Linden-tassel honey.' Cherry blossom, poppy-sweet honey. And round r...…

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