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November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…Zrr A61F at r DAY AND N ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918. PRICE ANS TAKE SAND HOUSE WOLVERINES LEAVE FOR MAONAM S. A. T. C.HAS NEW CASE ONE OF FLU (By the Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 8.-A Republican majority in the next congress of at least two in the senate and not less than 43 in the house was assured to- day from the returns of the scatter- AN ing doubtful districts of last Tues- day's elections. Word ...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…I' '5 FOOD RIOT SHOW &ICIIItGAIN except Monday by the Board in LE ASSOCIATED PRESS Press is exclusively entitled ublication of all news dis- it or not otherwise credited also the local news pub- postoflice at Ann Arbor, d. class matter. carrier or mail, $3.50. or Press Building. s, 96o; Editorial, 2414. not to exceed Soo words, iture not necessarily to ap- as an evidence of faith, and will be published in The etion of the Editor, if left of...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…VARSITY MADE UP rom EVERY SERVICE [late SPORTS Intramural Readquarters Gives no Word on Corps No information has yet been re- ceived from the central army head- quarters at Chicago, regarding the in- duction of the engineer's reserve corps into the S. A. T. C. Nothing definite can be done until proper or- ders come through military chan- nels. The grades of engineering for the past five weeks are 1 ported to Secretary Hopkin This system i...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

… For Work Two, Years After The w a Can you imagine your son, your brother or your neighbor in France two years after the end of the great war? Letters from home come slowly and they are but a poor consolation at best for being away from home. There is nothing for them, now that the fighting has ceased, but the monotonous i. round of guard duty and drill, if you take away the theatres, the moving picture shows, the ath- letic tourna...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…- i A LAN TO AID MAIMED SOLDIERS~ NDSAILORS RTY AroadeTi IU 1 "Attention." The lieutenant brought i his command to a. halt, and for five minutes they remained the center of the public eye while the C. O. proceed- ed to look them over at his leisure. r, t r U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PROVIDE REMUNERATIVE a POSITIONS TO MEN TOI The following casualties are report- ed today by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forc- es:...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…vised late today of the reception of the Germans at 10:35 o'clock in the morning and its result. Secretary Lansing immediately made the news public when it was received. Subse- quent unofficial reports of the move- I d from Page One) ig committee of the So- nsidered the entire pol- and its solution were e decisions of an ulti- Philip Scheidenann, er of the German cab- faximillian. he decisions: e right of public as- d: The military and po...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…Ae iitAprl4ir t 7471 attij ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT ' SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918. PRICE y r vernment Formed--Kaiser 0 (By Associated Press) [ov. 9, 7:10 P. M.-A German wireless message received here this afternoon says: Daden has issued the following decree: "The kaiser has decided to renounce his in office until the questions connected with the abdication, the renouncing by the pire and of Prussia and...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 10

…NG6 STATEMENI ued from Page One) ging committee of the S considered the entire pc on and its solution we the decisions of an u) ch Philip Scheidenan mnber of the German ca Maximillian. the decisions: Phe right of public a The military and poll ered to exercise great r The immediate tran the Prussia governme nity with the views in the reichstag. Greater Socialist infli reichstag. e abdication of the eo .e renunciation of tl rince." ial chancell...…

October 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER BLY SHOWERS TODAY ~r~fr iAw :4Iaiti AS SOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIR] SERVICE XXIX. No. 7. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1918. PRICE THREE ( TATE SEEKS TO CURB INFLUENZA BY PRE VEITI YS CIDE TO USE EDUCATIONAJ, INFLUENCES TO STOP DISEASE Old UnionWill lecome Infirmary The old Michigan Union building is to be made into an infirmary. It h"s been found inadvisable to send men to the hospital for every little ail...…

October 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . CIAL NEWSPAPER AT THE NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ed every morning except Monday he university year by the Board in >f Student Publications. R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ssociated Press is exclusively entitled se for republication of all news dis- redited to it or not otherwise credited paper and also the local news pub- rein. : at the postoflice at Ann -Arbor, yas second class matter. iptions by carrier or mail, $3.50. Ann Arb...…

October 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY C, MEN IS SPOON t FINDS THAT MANNERS AL1MERING IN THE ARMY ows upon rows of empty benches; heavily loaded tables stand wait- -Kitchen police, better known as hen mechanics, hurry up and down i pans of appetizing eatables, when denly the whistle is heard. Im- liately the K. P.s or K. M.s. finish .r tasks and the rows are left vac- Outside the steady tramp of many in step, is heard. Then sudden- he peaceful scene described a...…

October 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCITORE'R S 918 -1 C s 0 CARUSO ALL ON SATURDAYS Sat. Oct. 19, ALSO ANNA CASE - SAT. NOV. 16 Prima Donia Soprano GODOWSKY - SAT, DEC. 14 Russian Pianist BONNET SSAT. JAN. 1 8 Frenich Organist ---__. SEIDEL - SAT. FEH. p. Russian Violinst SEASON TICKETS $4.509 $5.004 $5.50, $6.00 (Including Caruso Concert) For CARUSO CONCERT ONLY $2.50, $3.50..$4.00, $5.00 M To make it possible for members of the S...…

July 09, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…TYOUR 0 EEK LL THE ONLY OFFICIAL SUMMER NEWSPAPER VOL. IX. No. 6 SHIRAN GMP WIks DICSOCCESS ",Michigan Cadet Explans Work Cov- ered and Tells of New Camp to Start on July 15 2,500 STUDENTS ARE GRADU'ATEI (By Ralph N. Du Bois) Last Wednesday noon a long spe- cial train, filled with khaki-clad ca- dets; pulled out of Fort Sheridan, 11- linois, and brought to an end the one- month's R. 0. T. C. camp which was held there More than 2,500 studen...…

July 09, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…AGE TWO WuerthTheater Aftenon-a:3oand 4:005 " Evening-70 8ooand io:oo Phone-16o-J I I PROGRAM FOR JULY Tues-Wqd--i-o-j-AnnPennington in 'SuhshhW@Has." Als "Eagle ye yZ Na. 1f.' Sun-Mona-4-i5-William S. Hart in 'The Tiger Moo." Also Sennett Coo~sdy, "Kitchen Lady,' Tues-Wed-16-17-Henry B. Walthall i "His Robe of Honor" is 7 Parts. Thurs-Fri-8-19-Jack Pickford in "His Majesty, Bsu e ean" Also 11oboes 'Travels ond Comsody Sat-ao-Bryoos Woshbburns...…

July 09, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE PAGE THRE he nd by fo mis upe gto "ess Th hril tray rug] .y gr of of >rbe Buis T w ing Ne ?vag ty s an lTheaters NEWBERRY HALL OPENED FORMER ANN ARBOR RESIDENT Th atr FOR BENEFIT OF '4OMEN RTES AT HER CHICAGO HOME HE ARCADE 'Newberry Hall with its tearoom li- Word has been received here of the A Cheering, Bracing Paces," a pictorization brary and rest rooms and the Univer- death on Sunday of Mrs. Jessie Taylor Charles Reade, w...…

July 09, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE WOLVERINE THE DETACHMENT NEW OFFICER'S TOB E THINED BEBE; DEJACHIVENI MEN Candidates Wlti Remain Here and Study Field Artillery, Machine Gun, and Infantry Members of the second training de- tachment will have an opportunity to train for officers' commissions, ac- cording to a letter received fromn Capt. Chesleigh H. Briscoe, Inf. R. C., executive officer of the committee on education and special training. The number of men rec...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…) I___ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1918. EIGHT AMERICAN GUNNERS KILLED nitia- aking Seven'More Injured in Expiosion of Three-Inch Shell West of Fort Worth HEADQUARTERS COMPANY GUN CREW COMPLETELY WIPED OUT Six of Infantrymen Instantly Killed; Two Others Die Within Short Tine Fort Worth, Tex., May 8.- Eight ILI I American gunners were killed and seven injured, more, or less seriously, )VOST near Benbrook, a few west of Fort Worth...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…y, iaicaes 1 1 v i' i-L. IL , .L11 t.A L l 1Y somewhere TRAINING IS NEEDED ;enuine re- me wasted The cn By Lieutenant-(*eneral S. B. H. Young, mechanics U. S. A, Retired rersity, and (From the Patriotic News Service of he govern- the National Committee of Patriotic mendations Societies, Union Trust Bldg., Wash- No matter ington, D. C.) ecame lost, Allegiance and devotion to our t over the country today require a declaration of loyalty, and whi...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…1 BIG TEN d aI URBANA SCHOOL HAS TAKEN MANY'CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BASEBALL With the Conference baseball sea- son well started it looks as if Illinois American League St. Louis, 8; Detroit, 1. Chicago, 9; Cleveland, 5. Philadelphia, 5; New York, 2. Washington, 14; Boston, 4. National League Cincinnati, 9; St. Louis, 6. Boston, 4; Brooklyn, 3. Chicago, 8; Pittsburg, 1. New York, 3; Philadelphia, 2. College Games Army, 5; Holy Cross, 1. Tufts, 8;...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…:o enforce the proper appear- he cadets at all hours while Such an innovation would y give the cadets valuable in one of the important military duty, but would, in e, do away with laughs on of the civilian observers as ridicule by visiting military understand the game. EX-REGULAR *1L AS V bC %4 lT l. a, I. UY UUU SLL morrow at the Arcade. She takes the part of an innocent grl, Margaret Case, who, because of circumstances, is condemned to pris...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 5

…r ;;r,° ,' 'I Iul &.tILEi" 'l"l'"LEI.u BY CAMPUS PROFESSORS LANDSCAPE DESIGNING WORK POPULAR; MICHIGAN WAS PIONEER (By Prof. Aubrey Tealdi) The University of Michigan was the first institution inthe West to recog- nize a regular department of land- scape design. In establishing these courses in 1909 the University was answering a call which had become general all over the United States for men trained in the profession of land- scape design...…

May 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 155) • Page Image 6

…s UUUHIE rugN EN CONEPLTD ' TAKE PHYSIC IONS FOR WAR 11 AT'S In ere are the very ous and stylishly y Heel and white cloth. at Shop. GREET ity of Michigan very smart models in MAN SHORTAGE NECESSITATES SUBSTITUTION IN OFFICES OF ENGINEERS Many of the larger engineerin firms throughout the country have ex- perienced much difficulty recently in finding a sufficient number of drafts- men to carry on their work. As a result of this recently...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…I rNkAir ~~a1 ASSOCIATE PRESS D)AY AND1 NIGHT SERVICE .v i .. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918. PRICE _. "I UOTH L In- DEATH FOR SPIES NECESSARY -PARKER "Our nation has pussyfooted _long enough," said Prof. J. C. Parker, of the engineering department, in speak- ing of the proposed measure to inflict the death penalty on spies. "The ex- treme penalty may seem too harsh to the American people, but I believe that it is nece...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 2

…AN DAILY ofI unlike the German. CARYATID taxi drivers are still extort-I cents per jitney ride from the mate passengers who can be, I to pay it. Is there a second to the motion to as change the name of Woodward avenue in Detroit, to Jesse James avenue? 'di b- SOLDIERS EXPECT Se HELP FROM HOME By Meredith Nicholson, Author ' The men who cross the sea to fight under the American banner in this great war for world-freedom have' a right to e...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

…TEAM 11 DAME CHOOSE Elt the dual y going Catholic Lie mem-, lent, but will re- 1 while refusing to ictions said that on erines looked like the it such dope was not Steve expects a stiff ks that the score will trange floor may have on the work of the athletes but this likely enough difference 4o zlt. en Will Star e Dame's best bet, will in the low and high 3aturday at the Illin-' 1 he took second place events following close els every time...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…Coice Bits ;From College Exchanges' "Camion Letters}" is the title of a book recently published, which is corn- posed of letters of Cornell men who have gone to France with the Cornell ambulance section. Prof. M. W. Samp- son of the department of English, compiled the volume which has re- ceived faovrable comment from the New York press. I. I AT THE MAJESTIC, TUES., WED., MARCH 12 AND 13 ENGINEERS COMPLETE RESERVE CORPS ENLISTMENT ore than...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

…MI - 7 I ANCIENT GOLO JEWELIY DISCOVERED IN EGYPT CAN DAILY ale and neat appearance are e - in business and profess- as well as in the fighting who control the destiny of America will find the qual- eed-the snap of youth, the age, the refinement of ex- nd the acme of value-best t ' .r t'C i .la .c : 111 APFEL C A you ever Buffalo? G S F Tp pOPU FORMER MEMBER OF FACULTY REPORTS ARCHEOLOGICAL FIND 'Within the past week, the first au- ...…

March 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY "1918" Models I Evening Slippers y in unlimited tyles. They mt, Black or >th of gold or ly fashioned )inted vamps, :s and artistic rered heels. I or Colonial 11 sizes and A to D. Y. .,: e S t r ' , { 1 £ k - ' / " i } ,' r % i %' 'f' 4 ; r ,. ,. . ; : k-Over Booti Shop. R. J. Hoffstetter,-Prop. 115 S. Main St. V v s° POX UNUSUAL HEALTH RECORD MAE UAT DESTROYER BASE DEATHS KEPT DOWN TO ONE IN NINE MONTHS IN SPITE OF C...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…:,. I hi'F 43pfl &uJF I DAY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1918. PRICE I o MORE MEN GO TO WAR FOM LIT COLLEGE rUDENTS WITHDRAWN TOTAL SO; MAJORITY ENTER AVIATION AN1D NAVAL AUXILIARY President Issues Peace Terms WILSON OUTLINES TERMS UN UNITED STATES WIL AC[ 15 ANSWER TO GERMAN e students of the literary left the University to en- vice of the government. ' About 30 men had withdrawn from r this college up to Dec. ...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

…T WILI EIitr L~T~11AL TEN BY MUSIC F"ACULTY I WJ~omen I F ned but three months, institutions, including s, have become active is significant of the tanifested in the work r there" is trying to Digest, in an article Union, says in part: University Union in les of college boys at ceive within 24 hours nts of their sons, nes appear in the list * The Union does no- Meanwhile, men from nearly every college in the United States are reg- ister...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…ka, at the back guard position e Reserves, and their excep- laying, from running the score her and counted three points, Varsity from the foul line. held down center and was a for in working the ball from of the court to the other. ie Reserves, Later, who played Hanish, was the brightest d the big point scorer of the , gathering -a total of 7 bas- [is work if continued will en- :n to a varsity po ition. Em- > is temporarily switched from team ...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…IODELS TO BE EXCHNGE Of BONDS BEING DISCOURGED or a food, appe- soon; s largest food- show, to in Chicago. is eligible for practice, red a candidate for any n of the University of unless he is regularly e university regiment. DETROIT AUTOMOBILE PREPARE ANNUAL EXHIBIT 1) EA LEFI CAI? TIREASURY OFFICIALS C0-0PERATION OF CHANTS REQEST MER- : r has given $5,- the Rockefeller he inceasing de-. is forms of war to estab-I old. aanuel h...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

…th Robes Y UUL EPNIUNI WORK AT CAMP CUSTER P1OF. A. G. CANFIELD HEADS FRENCH DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTORS Michigan and Wisconsin boys sta- tioned at Camp Custer are being ren- dered invaluable service by the Y. M. C. A. through its green huts, according to reports received at Lane hall yes- terday. As compared with other army camps, and cantonments, the work at Battle Creek is said to have reached an exceptionally high standard. More than 550,000 l...…

January 09, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

…I! H 1 UBMtAL RHBIIL FOR CAMP CUSTER ME WHAT'S GOING ON It. isn't original cost- ,NI .z NEWS Fabrics >lens are hard to get. But despite rtment of all-wool fabrics in the !rns for men's stylish clothes are on s an event you can't afford to over- $30.00 buys a good suit that is truly HING EXTRA I MALCOLM I EAST LIBERTY STREET ilem In Economy Our Difference Price Others on 5 Rolls ..............10c 15c 25C 90...........04c ea. 05eea. 90C ...…

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