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October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…E WEATHER E CHANGE IN TEM.- A(fo Well Dlalix PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE PERATURE VOL XXXI. No. 5 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920 PRICE THREE CEN GIVEN MINES BY COMMISSION CT ACTION TAKEN TO SATISFY DIM- ..ESTIC DEMAN* FOR COAL. ORDERS EXTENDED TO FEW WESTERN STATES Large Increase in Coal Producion Not Considered Sufficient For Public Needs Washington, Oct. 8.-Action to- sat- isfy demands for domestic coal in var- iou...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…TH E W ATHERASSOCIATED THE WATHE PRESS RAIN; WARBLER DAY AND NIGHT WE RE TODAY SERVICE VOL XXXI. No. 31. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS RECORDSFOR FIVE CROuPS BROKEN IN 19 2.0 PRODUCTION CORD REACHES HIGHEST POINT IN HISTORY OF COUNTRY OUTPUT GREATEST BY 75 MILLION BUSHELS 21r an Attacks Dar "inian Theory LEE CLUB EADY A eing False And Demoralizing RYrAA'q IAIA "The Darwinian theory is a damn- able and...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…R AIN OR SNOW g iIAfbQ af 4:Ia1tx ASSOCIATED PRESS i'AV AND NIGHT lURAE SERlVICE TODAY - XI. No56. . ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920. PRICE FIVE REPORTS SHOW POOL DRIVE IS L6N A Y ONLY 147 CARDS TURNED IN AT 10:80 O'CLOCK LAST NIGHT BUT $3,000 PLEDGED FIRST DAY OF DRIVE Students do Not Realize That Pledges Are Used for Statistical Pur- pos'es Only; Not Binding Late reports ,from the' preliminary pledge campaign whic...…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…I14 K ! e ~"I Ad lppp t at . .7 IM V AND NIGHT SEBRVICE I I y ,. F .. 1. f ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920. PRICE THREE ( .. .. ,. -s..PRICE THREEa 1 _________ x. . i _, VACCINATION FOR TYPHOID,''OFFERED _ . ,U INELIG- Free vaccination against typhoid is the latest type of service to be offered to students by 'the University Health service. Heretofore typhoid inocula- tion has been given only when those desir...…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 1

…DME WHAT R TODAY I, rf a t lx DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE . 0 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 192Q. PRICE DIFFERS rTTI 0 I SEVENTY GOVERNMENT WARDS MAKE REPRESENTATIVE RECORD IN WORKj U. INAUGURATE R TO ONE ORITY FAVOR PLAN CLEANING UP pEBTh I Set Aside Annual Day For Payment of All Back Dues and Bills owing the 'plan instituted at ale college several years ago, it een suggested that Michigan' a "Pay-Up. Day" This, carried ...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…F lb I 1I ; ; 11 a: I u . EPAT AND IG ~iIi SERYIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. PRICE . , It Required Long Patience, But FE3 REITDNT All's Ready For The Junior Hop FOR PRESIDENT LIEYETO DAY 1,as0the strains of "The Vic- noon found all decorations in their Telegrams and flowers from many RAILR A SWITCH ~tors" fills Waterman gymnasium the place. The gymnasium, which in its parts of the country were received tor s Ju...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

….! .J x~bpatt/ S A, / DAY AM) NIGHT SERTICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 9,1920. PRICE s = - . NERINES SCORE DOUBLE 4 1" Goskin Gets Orator ,. .. ,,. . a 7, 'r. Nicholas J7. 'utler Candidate For G.O. P. Nomination Issues Stand Uni- Declares Self in Favor of Beer. and Light Wines; Approves Ex. eeutive Budget (By Associated Press) New York, May 8.- Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler tonight issued a state- menatof his principle...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER 00 THE UNIVERSITY :OF MIChIGAN . Published every morning except Monday during the Univer- year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESShr The Associated Press' is exclusivly entitled to the use for .blication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise lited in this paper and tie local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second si mnat...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…mo 4 TYTM pVl% TNT eAv T T1T ?r MATINEE MUSICALE COURSE - SECOND CONCERT TUESDAY, NOV. 9g 8 P. M. -- PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM SIN GLE ADMISSI®\, $1.00. Course tickets for the re miniing four concerts,. $2.00; for Club Members, $1.50. The Concert Committee is indebted to 31r. 41ralrarni for the use of this space. g D)ET1ROIT UITED LINES I Effect Nov. 2, 1920 Between D~etroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson (Eastern Standard Time) Limited and Express ca...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 2

….a a s v [-11 aJ '5&.L a jigan atlg i.JICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN . Pubise every morning except Monday during the Univer- ty ear by the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Assoated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for e ubli'cationof all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise redited in this paper and the local news published therein. FEntered at tile postoffice at...…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 2

… tt uw. Monday dairing the Univer. Student Publications. CIATED PRESS ely entitled to the use for -edited to it or not otherwise ews published therein. Arbor, Michigan, as second or Press building, Maynard street. 960; Editorial, 2414. lot to exceed Soo words, if signed, the ig- to appear in print, but as an evidence of °vents will' be published in The Daily at the or, if left at or mailed to The Daiy office ons will receive no consideratio...…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 2

…1 H E. IV [Ik N HIGAN DAIL I I YIwwipilYYriwifiliNYiYir ird r rtYYwYI r+YYr ,r £f '. ~.. T qtriitian Ui 1L NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ' every morning except Monday during the Univer. e Board in Control of Student Publications. M1BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for fall news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise spaper and the local news published therein the nostoffie at Ann Arb...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…2%lr99gan wali ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN hed every morning except Monday during the Univer- y the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ssociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for- on of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise this paper and the local nelwpublished therein. d at the postoflice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second er. ription by carrier or mail, $3.50. A...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…w permanent association, com- -sities and colleges, promises for posed the ft uring the Univer- nblications. PRESS d to the use for t or not otherwise lhed therein. ichigai, as second. eeL.:: o The Dalyotce. deration. iNo mznn oses postage. the sentiments ex- Aved after 8 o'clock M. CAREY an.U tZet E. .CHOLETTE I8 TENDING TO BUSINESS Sometimes, in the heat of campus activities, the greater glory of athletics, the good times of Colle...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…r .-rH. D4 I .11. I TYQ ULITY *TY p I UVI' I to handle the guards and tacklea in good shape. Spencer, formerly of Culver, and Ellis, an all-state tackle from Nebraska are particularly good men. Others of promise are Lipcher of Cleveland, Bowbeer of Grand Rap- ids, Levi of Ann Arbor, Watchpocket of Pontiac, Pray, Powell, Cuneo, and Meitch of Detroit. Thus far the ends have been well handled by Marian and McWood. Several of the backfield...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,... ~ ., . . .. ... a o ° t , .. ., d . . .. . .. ... .. .. .. .. " . ,. .. o . .,,h .'. ,,,1 E \' .,' r.vy rndEQ OIO-LLINOIS TITEGONENDER Indians and Buckeyes to Repeat Clash of 1919 Season for Honors MINNESOTA GIVES SIGNS )F STRENGTH IN WISCONSIN GAME CONFERENCE STANDING Won Lost Illinois........ .......4 0 Ohio State...............4 0 Wisconsin .° ................2 1 Indiana ....... . ..2 1 Iowa.....................…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 3

…Irlik &AIN VHl .. I ( . .. "." .. . ...." s .. .. . .. , . .. ; " :' " f S POR R BA9SKETBALL TEAM MEETS KALAMAOO Mather's Men Ready to Take on Team from Celery City in Season's Opening Game SEVERAL NEW CANDIDATES TO APPEAR IN VARSITY LINEUP Tomorrow night at Waterman gym- nasium the Wolverine basketball quintet will play the curtain raiser of the season with Kalamazoo College. Kalamazoo has always been noted for its powerful court teams a...…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…0 Of less than r is still eup that m to be inne will Rae Id e call on Is far as ver, con- will look lay night. 1 \ - 1A%, . - . .AS A 1V S A BIG TEN WINNER' Besides being awarded the custom- ary pennant emblematic of the West- ern Gonference football championships, future nig Ten gridiron title winners will receive an added trophy in t3 shape of a silver football to become the permanent possession of the elev- en winning three championships....…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

… . schedule, has exceptional prospects for a heavy hitting team, although th a Irish are shy of a dependable hurler, since Murray, last year's star, has joined the Philadelphia Nationals. The Catholics' play a number of the Big Ten teams this season. They open with Wisconsin, April 16, and play two games with Michigan on April 26 and May 27. No definite inforpiation has been re- ceived as 'to the strength of the Cali- NT fornia nine "whi...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

…trmer , r Loses Close Race I PLAYS FINALS WITH ROBBINSi Home-Cooked F from Page One) s will be f.l.ed en- o have formerly play- nines. The first base lt out between New- . Van Boven and 'ear's nine will con- one position. Langen- rtain of his outfield ssner, Perrin and w men on the Var- >erry, sporting writer 'ribune, was in Ann looking over Lund- in. Mr. Cruisenberry of all the big league ii and is now looking nines of the West- He had se...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…ed Devotees of outdoor sports and stu- or dents whose athletic exercise includes er walks on the boulevards and hikes Is, throught the country are urged to be St- careful of coming into contact with the M. poison ivy plant, according to a state- ay ment issued by the Health service. Stu- dents should learn to recognize the 1k plant, and also familiarize themselves with antidotes for its remedy. Read the Daily for Campus News. 1' cei MAY S M...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…--'IAl d" 1 a a a ,A j 1.. E W ALUMNI BU MAY BE ORGANIZED In accordance with a request re- ived recently by Mr. Wilfred B. aw, secretary of the Alumni asso- ation, from Boyd M. Compton, '16, at the alumni of Dayton, 0., might ganize a recognized alumni body, copy of the constitution and regu- tions of the Alumni association was ailed to Mr. Compton, together with letter authorizing the formation of ch an organization. Mr. Compton stated i...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . .n®rrr rr r, News From The Other Colleges Denver University - The ban has curred at M. A. C. One of the big .been lifted. Beginning with the Boul- features of the program is to be a dis- der game, the women of the university cussion by alumni of Aggie athletic are to be permitted to yell at all ath- teams and policies. letic contests. -- Illinois - The University of Illi- T. A. C. - The 1920 homecomingf nois has mor...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 4

…MICH] r -i, N . MICH ~AINL Of Union yes Decreased Prom now on, henceforth and for rest of the college year, dances at 3Union will be but 12 or 13 minutes' length and this time limit includes cores. Intermissions will be only ee minutes. This will be absolute- carried into effect literally, figura- ely and every way, even though the hestra leader has to hold a stop tch, wave a red -lag, and hang out t card announcing the new dance aself....…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 4

…r __ ST ROOM has provided a rest roomf furnished, well lighted, ar .s for writing or studying, azines and newspapers. Vi; Liberty at Mi : PRIYILE0SS oFflWMEN or IN UNION PRESCRIBED as! Priv~ileges of women. In the Union sit building are provided in the. new rules as follows: Women escorted at the time by a member of the Union, or by a guest Ncti or the holder of an admission card, leave by the north entrance. Admitedto Certain Parts IExcept...…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

…] AN DAILY ... .... :.r,....,. .. ......,.., :,.,. ,,, .... , ...Y, _ TYE .C0T , ,. _i I mm' U Lunches Nunnally's Candy Maynard St. H & SON CO. BERTY STREET atory Supplies :. . . L-,. .a 3T. PATRICK'S DAY DINNER HELD SATURDAY NIGHT IN BARBOUR GYM About 130 women were present at the annual banquet and cotillion of the Women s Athletic association held Saturday evening in Barbour gymnas- ium. The banquet hall was made at- tractive ...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 4

…Dru- Co. GOING HOME? Take along a box of Whit- man's Candy. A little higher In price - and worth it! Ii LLI ANSWERS HOBBS ON HOOTER CLUB GUESTION ORGANIZATION DECLARED TO BE FOR PURPOSE OF SPLITTING PARTY i rI ALL SIZES N LY SP NO yVarden Cherries- in cream, 90c per lb.; 45c per half pound. ONE GILLETTE MEN! YOU CAN GET HUNDRED PER CENT BETTER SHAVES IF YOU STROP YOUR BLADES The barber strops his razor before each shave. You also ...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…'' t "1 . ut1 i" ii i iili i SMEN Results Of M)eet Sent To Johnson 0 Io us While 4,000 persons were watching the Illini best the Wolverines in the rs Take Five dual track meet on Ferry field yester- First Big day afternoon Capt. Carl Johnson lay in bed at his home and received the results of the meet, race by race. LL AND What his feelings were can only be PROMISING imagined, or told by Carl himself, but they must have been highly varied....…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…I ;I'_ I N 'ICE Lessons in ball room dancing, both for advanced students and beginners, will start Oct. 11th. Only 40 students will be enrolled in each class, thereby insuring satisfactory results. Enroll at Studio, 324 E. Huron street (two blocks west of High School)- The classes are to be conduct- ed bym Women may enroll at New- berry Hall. MLLE. JEANETTE KRUSZRA and PHILIP RAE huLLER, '23 Young women who would earn extra money during l...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 5

…: ~A, N RR , 2. " THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________________-Equipment Sipped to R. . T. C. initiation banquet which will be held tle 'Ensian at 1 f~AR ,R !IC ~C H U B ERT Notice of the shipping ofan eight-~ Tuesday evening, day at Corbett a F L O E N E R M O R iI TT e e n Iu iDE T R OyanI T i v-in c ha c orHo w itz e r ,tRE K F A T aa T R5 5 m m.D E GR 1 TP .ch H o i.z rr i 5 5e. o nF. rS ta teoe nr os tatrse te . - FLOE NCENMO ED" The U IeDry Plu...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily, following its usual custom, will compile a supplement to the official Stu- dents' Directory, for the benefit of those students who enrolled late in the University, and to correct unavoidable errors and changes in the regular edition. Name, class, Ann Arbor ad- dress, home town, and Ann Ar- bor phone number, in the order named, should be placed on a one cent post card and mailed to the Directory Editor, The Daily, Press buil...…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 5

…The Better 'ole," which was so well eived at the Whitney las Wednes- v evening when it was presented by Wolf Hopper and his supporting t, has been secured for a return en- ;ement Sunday evening. Music and arming girls are generously inter- rsed throughout this humorous but thful development of the character Eddie Leonard heads the cast which will present "Roly ,Boly Eyes," Thurs- day, Jan. 15, at the Whitney. Besidses the other principals and...…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

…IIGAN L) .L I . . n I 2 MICHIGA:N DAILY ,S1PPLLE NT ES TOO 05swo DAY DRTH, DOOR" in in 3",4o 7-o, ji:3o, moou Tues-Wed-9- 10-All star cast in "Under Suspicion" with a Mutt and Jeff car- toon comedy and Craig Kennedy stories. Thurs-Fri-11-12-Frank Mayo in "The Brute Breaker" with' a news and comedy. Sat-13---Eugene O'Brien in "Broken Melody" with a screen magazine anA comedy. Sun-Mon-14-15-Naz mova in "Eye for Eye" (r'eturn date). Tu...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 5

…V &.I''CL.I .atre The Stage TilE WHITNEY Wednesday, April 14th A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION. MAlL ORDERS RECD. 750 $1. 1.50,$200 SEATS ON SALE MONDAY M 44m1f f lf:54jf/j$'XI6 1ff 4' .10DiV ADOL KL AUBE(1 PIEfENZC -27 r4 MARTHA M. STANLEY E AOELAIOE MATHEWS 0/A [CT [,00 A TR/UMP/I4NT ALL SEAS £0Y'2UN AT THE P fCEfT FATER .- NEW YO/kK vii g"CS ByIff NEWYORK CAS RE A D WHA T YOUR NEIGHBORS SAYS DETROIT DETROIT The audienace was rocked with merrimen...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…L1 U 1 rack Meet Ir THE "Y" INN AT LANE HALL Home Cooked Food !1 ]EAKING OF SPORTS s w 1..2 11 I, 4 By BOB ANGELL All hail to the new managing edi- tor! The Daily can look forward to another prosperous year with such an able man as 'George Brophy to guide it. 3en fir After watching the 'Illinois 'track team in action we must admit that 'Sthey have about as evenly balanced a team as one could wish. Michigan1 or cannot alibi th...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

… I 1 1L 1J V1\. £A~.5S R.VJ LL 1 News From The Other, Colleges rinnell-- Sixty-eight college men former president, Marion L. Burton, r living in town have been assign- who remarked that he believed that is associate members of the dorm- every first year student on the cam-' les. These men will be eligible for pus should know at least three college inter-dorm contests and are free yells, and both verses of the Minne- take part in all the activ...…

November 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 31) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAIL\ I.LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ame I TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920. . Number 31. enate Council: There will be a meeting of the Senate Council at-4:15 o'clock on Tues- day, Nov. 9, in the President's Room. J. L. MARKLEY. Secretary. Graduate Students-Address by President Burton: On Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p. m., graduate students, both men and women, interested in organization of the Graduate club for 1920-21, will meet at the Unio...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 6

…t [ma. 5v.5...5 1 .A JIsL.. V UH! L. Y - ._-., _ a ady to Serve AT ANY TIME from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. hot tea and bowl of rice IN CHOP SUEY 85 CENTS SE and AMERICAN Style Short Orders "EAT AT THE CASTLE" Cor. Hill and State STRICTLY HOME-COOKED MEALS $5.50 MEAL TICKET FOR $5.00 News From The Other Colleges GIRLS ATTENTION Rainwater shampoos, marcel waving, manicur- ing, face and scalp creatment. Wigs for ront at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,...…

January 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 74) • Page Image 6

…1,000 STUDENTS THIS YEAR COMMITTEE FATORED 1ouncement ,., OF the shortage of help e increasing volume of our s, we have" decided to shorten en hours. Until further notice close daily, except Saturday, at m. On Saturdays, we will be 1t11 9:30 p. M. I 400 Given Steady Work This Semester; Average Pay 40 Cents Per Hour Handling more requests for student employment than ever before, due to taking over the Michigan Union em- ployment servic...…

March 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 112) • Page Image 6

…v' ICHIGAN DAILY' a n yr TO RI I U MAY CAST BALLOTS UT GOING ]ROMWE ON L~ECTIO2N DAY absentee voters of the ,nd in an endeavor to set- pation on the part of the coming elections, C. .Goddard, chairman of e committee of the Wood- tleague, has installed an bureau at the Law Libra- Students Privileged us for absent voters make it le for a large proportio a of the !ts of legal age to cast their s without going home on elec- lay. Such la...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 6

…1I 3 ig Home ANOUNCE SCHEDULE FOR YRSITY TENNIS TEAM PLAN MORE MATCHES THIS YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE IN HISTORY I I TS GOING ONy Whitney Mont of ever tal them." I themi ie fence with1 FRIDAY opera at the 215--Union theater. 9:30-Junior nasium. Patronise our Advertisers.-Adv. A Ann er Our Extensive Line Hop in Waterman gym. of veling Bags adhans and Co. Two .Stores St Main St. _-_ OUR IDEA OF A KODAK PICTURE We have alwa...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…NOT Y NECESS I WHAT'S GOING ON I I NUMBER 1 I r ageL' he box for Mich- lowing the visit- . hits. >t away to what t in the first inn- red on the first r of Wisconsin to [owever, the in- eld the Wisconsin Innings. s came in the Ih innings. A neat a sacrifice by1 hit by Knode 'wo hits, timed the second run rolverine batsmen rerine pitcher, for tem a three bag- An error helped counters. to appear really 'eatered to 1 elders ably Wisconsin ,...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

…., __.. LAST TIM ES TODAY I , }I I E AT THE TIIEATERS TODAY lajestie - Enid Bennett in "Hairpins." A Briggs comedy and Pathe News. Arcade-Mary Pickford in Kate Wiggin's famous "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm." A spec- ial comedy, "Tarred and Feathered." r l fi I _f SANITATION NECESSARY IN BOARDING HOUSES HEALTH SERVICE TO PREPARE LIST OF SUGGESTED- IMPROVEMENTS In order that students may realize the importance of sanitation in board- ing ...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 7

…ITE GOFS YORK MEET AJdUIId I I ET 'PROGRAEM AT THE THEATERS TODAY Screen PECIAL OY WEEK A 4 LAND AND AIGLER SERVE IMMITTEES AND WILL 'REID PAPERS . Michigan men will be prominent at the meeting of the Association of Am- erican Law Schools to be held the latter part of this month in Chicago. The association consistq of the better law schools of the country, meeting each year, and on the three day pro- gram, has papers. from leading men ...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…'V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. UES' PRODUCTION A Students Drink Heavily-Malted M'ilk, Coca Cola Kick Isn't There, But the Price Has Gone Up Just the Same. (By Joseph A. Bernstein) Students of the University of Michi- gan are drinking heavily. In the face of prohibition laws, both state and federal, the taste for drink is too much and the thirsty student is succumbing to temptation. It is true that students of the Uni- versit...…

October 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 5) • Page Image 8

… .. ... . OFFICIAL BULLETIN Combine the SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920 Number Practical University Men and Women== You are assured a cordial welcome, excellent service and your money's worth -alw ays at Wahr's University Bookstores 316 State St. Main St. opp. Court House the Members of the University: On account of the important educational conference which will be held e bn October 14th, 15th and 16th, it has been offcially decided to...…

December 09, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 56) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY :. i-_ '. ALLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I THURSDAY DECEMBER 9, 1920. Number 58. . _ ato Council: The December meeting of the Senate council will be sident's Room on Monday, Dec. 13, at 4:15 p. m. J. L. MARKLEY, held in Secretary. the Miembers' of the Literary Faculty: Cards for mid-semester reports on all students whose work is unsat' ctory have been placed in the various messengers' boxes. It is re- sted that these repo...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…l Prentice," who struggles against en- vironment and ill-fortune. Her first benefactor is a hermit named "Mormon Joe," who saves her from the advances of a half-breed outcast of the sheep country, and makes her his partner in ained but His good iitentions are turned to the ques- Kate's. disadvantage, however, by the choose be- neighbors' gossip, and Kate i? treated at home as an outcast by all in the community. her ambi- Romance is introduce...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

…a nily for a quiet even- t. Before introducing et by chance leaning legraph pole as your r or your best friend lications have been h sgymany delicious and efficient es as seem to be in vogue on the us it is a question whether it to "go into Detroit." But man is satisfied. Even "Made in Amer- s losing prestige. e ferries to Windsor are crowded. :he more adventurous tell stories w $3 in Montreal has the'pur- ng price of $15 or $20 per quart (Va...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 10

…Arbor under the commit- The attendance at the ncreased, and it is to bei mmittee's favor that the is composed largely of do not ordinarily attend list will include the most prominent.' men of the nation, as William Howard NB-UTS Taft, Charles Schwab, John D. Rocke- feller, Jr., and others. Pre'sident-elect EVENT RANKS AMONG OLDEST OF Marion Leroy Burton will be the prin- MANY MICHIGAN TRA- cipal speaker at the opening services DITIONS in the ...…

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