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October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1923 THE MICHiGA4 DAILY GE THREE Ito get at the center of things. They million since 1913. But the Bigness C orresp ondence were good enough to admit me to the which is my First Impression of Union by Early Doors. Soon enough America is something aside from that. Srsweaters are the high mogls of tethat Union is going to be the center It is more subtle, much more diffi- Sir:- of America. But the baby's not yet cult to express...…

January 07, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 75) • Page Image 15

…-,4p i~ 'fly LAW in u Retrogressim;. Says Korftl Funds for the Michip building were greatly im ing the last two. weeks bE cation by a- number of. F which were given here a] boring towns. The great ail-campusf the bazaar, given by all t, the campus ini conjunct number of Anni Arbor ch~ place on Dec. 8 and 9 Gymnasiumi. 1roceeds fr zaar amounted to l$l. been turned over to the mn -secretary o fthe campal Reid, '238 was- in charge ofi mnents...…

December 07, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 64) • Page Image 15

…TI- E MICHIGAN DAILY PACT: FIFTEEN DAILY PAGE F'IFTEEN -~be in charge of the women, and a all students and young people of the in' die forenoonwllb conducted in special address wil be given by Mrs. city.. Perry Hlayden, '25, wil leadi German. At53 'cokteItdn Joseph I). Bunting, of- Detroit. In the' the discussion meeting. The topic £; 1.1L~~ evening at 7:30 o'clock Reverend J. will be "Internationally, WhTat Place Club will meet at the p...…

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 ...…

February 07, 1925 (vol. 35, iss. 94) • Page Image 16

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1925 THIS IS AL G. OfTE M DETROITERS LEAD 1926 HOP Finish Big Task (Continued from Page One) (Continued From Page Seven.) zog, Saginaw; Alberta Leverett, Lans- ing; Katherine M. Beerlein, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Viola Martin, Muskegon; Alberta Van Voorhis, Jackson; Made- line M. Evon, Detroit; Mildred Schatz, Toledo, 0.; Marjorie Morgan, Tecum- seh;eTessa Worden, Ann Arbor; Rita eebe, Battle ...…

October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 16

…PAGE FOUR IMPRESSIONS (Continued from Page Three) And your others are too busy hustling to head the animal off. I don't kno about your "down-and-outers," your patient- looking negroes, your " ean white." I think there's ror vio- lence and injustice here and more popular indifference. And less patiet resignation in the victims. Mentally, I think there's little to chose. You think you pay much less deference to tradition. Yu don't need ever to p...…

January 07, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 75) • Page Image 16

…z k1N DAILY I . . i i Y n In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of rsity. Copy received until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) IUN)DAY, JAkNUARY 7, 192.: Nubetr7 i Zolg Department Arranges Lectuares For Next Sentester, Lillie, of the University of Chicago, that the classificatioii : pp~ also ;a former Michigan instructor, ed by intelligence teo. ~ r who will sneak on Biology of Sex". liable and useful 'cL > Two othe...…

December 07, 1924 (vol. 35, iss. 64) • Page Image 16

…PACE SIXTEEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DFCl.:\1I3LR lq2 ! PAG1~ SIXT~EEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1 24 i I " '1 ry t.')lburn ," 1,; once'of1Ole eci mcture. the' story phone e ie'( fa miliari to many through tr1oubles of a young mn I * ~~~~~~their appnearanice ini thle Cosmopolitanateth i(S otr (:xt~~e A "neNight in Rome'' an- bro bhe-s walks in on ti I othler st age Vehicle with is original p~ossessjin of their I itti. I _...…

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,...…

October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 17

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1923 T11' M CHGAN DATLY rAGE FINZ 1 i 1 1 1 Iin Edited By Scogan FABUOUS "The Christian msythologists, after having confined Satan in a pit, were obliged to let hin out again, to bring on the sequel of the fable. He is then introduced into the Garden of Eden in the shape of a snake or a serpent, and in that shape he enters into familiar conversation with Eve, who is no way surprised to hear a snake talk; and the issue o...…

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...…

October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 18

…PGE Sb THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA'Y, OCTO$IER 7 1923 ...................................................... ."............ . ............ America," he says, "the European pro- it escaped the threat it received to- cedure could not well be followed. wards its British system during the Thus, first describing Harvard as it Revolutionary war, only to have a appeared in the form of a "Resident transition take place from within some J -~ I Governme...…

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...…

October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 19

…SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1923 TE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SLVEZN and Mary, Yale, Brown, Princeton, of 30-31 years of ago. In the past the. Columbia, Dartmouth, Bowdoin, Tho- American Youth being torn by ideal- mas Jefferson, Michigan and Virginia, istic and materialistic motives was a respectively, are treated as to their sort of dual personality; today he is importance in swaying and retarding more of a decided individual, more of a unit in knowing w...…

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...…

October 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 13) • Page Image 20

…PA" E3IGHIT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 192-3 BOWE=-M-!3 Cg kl l F ( j q:" ' s '. t . .! rl t , i } j .RCS d ' Yh.Q c1 $ , n Y ,V r a? Jyj Al 4 i i a y i - v IAT S11AB MLTDIPLAY OF THE ACCEPTED, M1OD[S FOR, EVER.Y HOUR; AND EVELPY OCCASION~ A THOROUGHLY ILLUMINATING' DISPLAY OF THE PLAIN OP.FUR. COLLAR.ED DAY COATSFREELY CHIOSEN AS THlE APPRORIATE GAkB FOR INFORMAL STREBTVIEAR, FOR THE MOTOR,THEGOLF LINKS ORThE COUNTRY \JA...…

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