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January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…-The Weather Mostly cloudy Wednesday and Thursday, probably snow or rain Wednesday. L i tj 6 jIa iti Editorials Rhodes Scholar From Michigan ... A Stronger Research Center . . VOL. XLV. No. 78 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Italy, France Join Against Reich Arming Cooperative Opposition Is Indicated In Pact Signed By Mussolini And Laval French Relinquish AfricanPrivileges Italians Believe German Rearmame...…

January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TO THE MI'CHIGAN- DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1935 PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN'DAILY LATE WIRE NEWS DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to al members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Mar11oo ned kishcrmit R Fecie IIf rom le I CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Davi Sees Tri-Power Naval Pact Within Year...…

January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9,1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Shakeup Patanelli Takes Center Post As Gee Is Benched Slump Of Tall Pivot Man In Conference Opener Brings Change Team Drills Hard Long Scrimmage Follows Failure To Hold Lead In Monday's Game But one thing about the Mich- igan-Ohio State basketball game s Monday night was reflected at yes- terday's court practice, and that was that the Wolverines appeared at a great disadvantage, and ...…

January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 4

…AG FOU T HE MICHIGAN DAILY wID NESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1935 turned over to the University to carry on w;lh the University's present work along these-lines. While it may be unfair to expect the University tc carry on enlarged activities on its present much- icduced budget, the recognition and strengthen- ing of the University as the research center of the state is in the long run a movement of great importance toward making it of greater service ...…

January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

…'AY, JANUARY 9, 1935 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE YIVE Junior W onen Will Pay Tax For Class Play Hiscock, Head Of Finance' Committee, Announces $1 Assessment Announcement of the system to bel used this year in collecting the assess- ments which will be used for the sup- port of the Junior Girls Play was made yesterday by Margaret Hiscock, finance chairman. Every one of the 484 women in the Junior class will be assessed $1 as her contribution ...…

January 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 78) • Page Image 6

…PACE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1935 0 Congress Faces Mass Of Detail, Organizing Task Work Is Preparatory Tol Big Job Of Carrying Outj Roosevelt Job Program Senate In Recess I Banking Group ConsidersE Vandenberg Bill Giving F.I.D.C. Power WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 --(P)- A new and still untried Congress dug quickly into a mass of organization detail today preliminary to its big' job of translating President Roose- velt's work ...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…SOUVENIR J-HOP EXTRA -AML l ttn tr i FIRST EDITION Vol. XLV. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, February 9, 1935 Price 10 Cents Grand March limaxes Hop; 2,000 Dancers Pack Ballroom Elegance Displayedi In Gowns Winifred Bell,'36, Leads Grand March Wearing Blue Uncut Velvet i By Elsie Pierce The old-fashioned elegance of, Empire styles vividly contrasted with the sophistication of modern gowns made the 1936 J-Hop the most bril- liant social even...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…SOUVENIR J-HOP EXTRA lA~irl 4t &t FIRST EDITION Vol. XLV. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, February 9, 1935 Price 10 Cents Grand March Climaxes Hop; 2,000 Dancers Pack Ballroom cAt The (?onclusion Of The traditional Qrand eJarch i Elegance isplayed In Gowns By Elsie Pierce The old-fashioned elegance of Empire styles vividly contrasted with the sophistication of modern gowns made the 1936 J-Hop the most bril- liant social event of the year....…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…SOUVENIR J-HOP EXTRA P tP4 Ig tlt Fii. SECOND EDITION Vol XLV. Ann Arbor, Michigan Saturday, February 9, 1935 Price 10 Cents Grand March limaxes Hop; 2,000 Dancers Pack Ballroom cAt The conclusion Of The traditional Grand 61(Carch IL ° Elegance Displayed In Gowns By Elsie Pierce The old-fashioned elegance of Empire styles vividly contrasted with the sophistication of modern gowns made the 1936 J-Hop the most bril- liant social event of t...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Satuirdan Februar 5 9 P e To UUYTFULMlCHICY 7, 7] 999-Hopping Mademoiselles-999 Fools' Names And Fools' Faces Are Often Seen In Public Places With an influx of guests from out Eleanor Leddick, Pontiac; Barbara of town, several fraternities an- Roberts, Flint; Constance Drysdale, parties scheduled for Highland Park; Barbara Westerman, nounced house pAdrian, O.; Kay Shannon, Steuben- the week-end activities, amon...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturdan Februar 91;5 ey,TCyY, 999-- HoppingMademoiselles--999 '35, Mary Jean Sullivan, '37, JeanI Fools' Names And Fools' Faces Gibbs37. Beta Theta Pi J-Iop Time Brings Invading Dorothy Wollensack, Mlake! A m u s sT n r o Are Often Seen In Public Places Margaret Rogers, '3, Bettyilu Ary Of Guests To Ann Arbor Mrs. Sampson Smith, Ann Arbor;_ otEenrLdik Pota;BraaBetty Van Dyne, Owosso; Dorothy By Clinton B Cone...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Poqe Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturdlav Februar 9135 yrTy , 999-- HoppingMademoiselles--999 35,Mary Jean Sullivan, '37, Jean Fools' Names And Fools' Faces Gibbs,'37JBeta Theta Pi J-Iop Time Brings Invading Dorothy Wolenak,Miwue; A mGussT An Aro Are Often Seen In Public Places Margaret Rogers, '37, Betty Hill,'35, Army Of Guests To Ann Arbor Mrs. Sampson Smith, Ann Arbor; With an influx of guests from ou El or Leddick, Pontiac; Barbara Bett...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Three Starting Line-Ups ForI-louse Parties Y.; Frances Peebles. Elmira. N. Y.; troit; Elizabeth Wilman and Mar- Fraternities A nd Their C uests jCeleste Cawthra, Grand Rapids; Lor- garet Cox, Ann Arbor; Sigrid Wigren, A raine De Waele, Bay City; Margaret Chicago; Rosalie Silverman, '38, Pemberton, Howell; Barbara Mc- Charlotte Hamilton, '37, Helen Windt, Enter Fray IAt O peniny h tleGarry...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Starting Line-Ups For House Parties Y.; Frances Peebles, Elmira, N. Y.; troit: Elizabeth Wilman and Mar- Fra tern ities A nd Their G uests Celeste Cawthra, Grand Rapids: Lor- garet Cox, Ann Arbor; Sigrid Wigren, mne De Waele, Bay City; Margaret Chicago; Rosalie Silverman, '38, Pemberton, Howell; Barbara Mc- Charlotte Hamilton, '37, Helen Windt, n rsI-e r PIrri Ai- l 1 i n IGarry, E. ...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Starting Line-Ups For House Parties Y.; Frances Peebles, Elmira, N. Y.: troit; Elizabeth Wilman and Mar- Fraternities A nd Their C uests Celeste Cawthra, Grand Rapids: Lor- garet Cox, Ann Arbor; Sigrid Wigren, Hrae De Waele, Bay City; Margaret Chicago; Rosalie Silverman, '38, Pemberton, Howell; Barbara Mc- Charlotte Hamilton, '37, Helen Windt, Enter FrayAt Openiny W histl Garry, E. L...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 Pae or H MCIGNDAL Strdy Fer ,r 9. 3 The Staff Of The J-Hop Extra - - Terrace Garden New Cars for Taxi Service Dancing Studio C PS DIA IInstructions i n all NI N BARTON KANEforms. Classical, socia l, EE anerg. Ph. 9695. CAMPUSCABS EWuerth Theatre Bldg. 24-HOUR SERVICE Managing Editor City Editor. Editorial Director J-Hop Issue Editor WILLIAM G. FERRIS JOHN HEALEY RALPH G. COULTER TH...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 Pae or H MCIGNDAL Strd , Ferur 9193 The Staff Of The J-Hop Extra P i " Mrrto orrmo'1.5 y +omma ..,s. .E. New Cars for Taxi Service Terrace Garden P nDancing Studio Instructions i n al 9695 CAB BARTON KANE forms. Classical. social, By BATN AEdancir-g. Ph. 9695.hate CAMPUS CABS Wuert Thetre ldg. 24-HOUR SERVICE Managing Editor. City Editor. Editorial Director J-Hop Issue Editor WILLI...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 Pae or H MCIGNDAL Strd , Ferur 913 The Staff Of The J-Hop Extra New Cars for Taxi Service Terrace Garden PI Dancing Studio Instructions Bg 4 forms. Classical, social, By BA RTON KAN E L andir..Ph. 9695. CAMPUS CABSE J urh hare Bldg 24-HOUR SERVICE Managing Editor WILLIAM G. FERRIS City Editor JOHN HEALEY Editorial Director RALPH G. COULTER J-Hop Issue Editor THOMAS H. KLEENE ASSISTA...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five ,-urd - F y 9 LancerBride,& i mand the 41st regiment of Bengal after she has found the "man of her Lancers - "the keepers of the peace." dreams" he turns out to be a wealthy W ABOUT MISS STANWYCK'S English nobleman traveling incognito flat. In the limelight, she becomes the Barbara Stanwyck's latest Warner most sought-after woman of two con- Brothers' production, at the Michigan tinen...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Saturday, Februarv 9135 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paqe Five ,nirn F ,rur 9 ~TEMCIA AL aeFv Lancer, Bride, & Lily mand the 41st regiment of Bengal TS ow s Lancers - "the keepers of the peace." Three OWh ABOUT MISS STANWYCK'S dllB VEHICLE re B illed Barbara Stanwyck's latest Warner Brothers' production, at the Michigan tomorrow (Saturday) only, is based o ppon a play by Leonard Ide and con- For -opper cerns a composite of political plots which inv...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Saturday. Februarv 9135 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paqe Five 'r, r Lancer, Bride, & Lily Three Shows Are Billed For Hoppers By Guy M. Whipple, Jr. J-Hoppers will have their choice of three movies over the festive week- end. One of the offerings appears, from the manner in which the na- tion's reviewers have treated it, to be an outstanding production. This is the Majestic's Saturday-through- Tuesday show, "The Lives of a Ben- gal Lancer." Saturda...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 First I-lops Ended In'Blaze Of Glory' 6KFORMTE 00E Indoor cheering puts a premium on mouth refinement (social breath). Lavoris will save you from any embarrassment on that score. The practice of a last moment gargle with this very "pleasant toetake" Lavoris mouth wash is the finishing touch to avoid chance of breath offense . . . LAVORIS MOUTH WASH GARGLE - 25c - 50c - $1 bottle - Two...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Snti rdan\ Far bn 9\ 1935 u t y, e r r ,,,,,. 0 017 irst Hops Ended In'Blaze Glory' OK FOR THE r Indoor cheering puts a premium on mouth refinement (social breath). Lavoris will save you from any embarrassment on that score. The practice of a last moment gargle with this very "pleasant toetake" Lavoris mouth wash is the finishing touch to avoid chance of breath offense . . . LAVORIS MOUTH WASH GARGLE - 25c - 50...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday. Februarv 9.13 , y, F irst I-I FOR THE Indoor cheering puts a premium on mouth refinement (social breath). Lavoris will save you from any embarrassment on that score. The practice of a last moment gargle with this very "pleasant toetake" Lavoris mouth wash is the finishing touch to avoid chance of breath offense LAVORIS MOUTH WASH GARGLE - 25c - 50c - $1 bottle - ops Ended In'Blaze Of Glory' of the ...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 Resourceful Student Hits Loan Fund For $50 J-Hop Expenses Talk about resourcefulness, chic- anery, and native shrewdness, the following item concerning a Michigan undergrad whose name of necessity must remain anonymous, may be re- garded as a startling example of these aforementioned qualities. Said young gentleman planned to go to the J-Hop. Plans were made, gal was dated many moons ago -last August, in fact . . . b...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven S ,udy Ferur 993TH MCHGNDIYPnSve Resourceful Student Hits Loan Fund For $50 J-Hop Expenses Talk about resourcefulness, chic- anery, and native shrewdness, the following item concerning a Michigan undergrad whose name of necessity must remain anonymous, may be re- garded as a startling example of these- aforementioned qualities. Said young gentleman planned to go to the J-Hop. Plans ...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Resourceful Student Hits Loan Fund For Classified Directory $50 J-Hop Expenses Talk about resourcefulness, chic- FOR RENT LAUNDRY anery, and native shrewdness, the SUITE, including sleeping porch, with LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. following item concerning a Michigan six windows, two closets, steam Careful work at low price. 4x undergrad whose name of necessity heat, suitable far twa ar three men....…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday. Februarv 9135 P E t I D Yo, 1 A Poor, But Very Honest Laddie Was Young Kassel, Says Kassel By Bob Brown Art Kassel leaned back in his spa- cious armchair, and, reflectively stroking the two microphones he al- ways carries on his watch chain, said "It was all on account of a clarinet. You see, I learned to play one years; before saxophones became so popular, and after a clarinet, saxophones were pip...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…Paqe Eight THF MICH IGANJ DAIL Y Cnti irl Fahe.ri inv 9 9o Pao Eiht HF ICHCAeJDA~Y fk.-,,',, i~R -Y Seee5.' A B ddP e his fc A Poor, But Very Honest Laddie came I S 19 notor Was Young Kassel, Says Kassel may "Ye By Bob Brown tiousness, he continued loftily, "It war. Art Kassel leaned back in his spa- was in Chicago, my old home town, "Y cious armchair, and, reflectively 1 that I first felt the rings of an instru- "W stroking the two micro...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY anti drn Fhr bnx 9 1 935 a Eur Tay, e u a A Poor, But Very Honest Laddie Was Young Kassel, Says Kassel By Bob Brown tiousness, he continued loftily, "It Art Kassel leaned back in his spa- was in Chicago, my old home town, cious armchair, and, reflectively that I first felt the rings of an instru- stroking the two microphones he al- ment - my good old clarinet, yow- ways carries on his watch chain, said sah; n...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine ,audy ,erar9 195TEMCIA AL eNn Anson, Possessor Of A Musical Heritage, BeganFiddling Early By Bernie Weissman Imagine Mrs. Weeks' astonish- ment ! ! ! The tiny baby she had brought into the world early that sunny morning of the late nineties didn't cry like an ordinary baby. In- stead the cute little devil lay calmly and contentedly, softly humming a catchy tune and fiddling with his ...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~age Nine Anson, Possessor Of A Musical Heritage, Began Fiddling Early By Bernie Weissman Imagine Mrs. Weeks' astonish- ment ! ! ! The tiny baby she had brought into the world early that sunny morning of the late nineties didn't cry like an ordinary baby. In- stead the cute little devil lay calmly and contentedly, softly humming a catchy t...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…Saturday, February 9, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAIL Page Nine Saturday, February 9, 1 935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Anson, Possessor Of A Musical Heritage, BeganFiddling Early By Bernie Weissman Imagine Mrs. Weeks' astonish- ment ! ! ! The tiny baby she had brought into the world early that sunny morning of the late nineties didn't cry like an ordinary baby. In- stead the cute little devil lay calmly and contentedly, softly humming a catchy tu...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…Paqe Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 Paae Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 9, 1935 Quaint Elegance Of Period Styles Featured In Gowns Seen At I-lop (Continued from Page 1) attended the Hop. A scarlet moire of Robert Morris, '36A, chairman of picture dress was worn by Maxine the decorations committee, wore white Maynard, '35, president of the League. crepe. This gown featured a high waistline, Black velvet, featur...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…Paae Ten THF MICHIGAN DAIL Y Caturrav. rahruarv 9. 193 a I o'~T F IC IA-rIII- yrA,, cry lQ~ Quaint Elegance Of Period Styles Featured In Gowns Seen At Hop L (Continued from Page 1) tis selected gold slippers to wear with sleeved peplum jacket, which but- her dress. toned down the back. An unusual Virginia Swift, '36, escorted by feature was the choir boy collar. George Harris, '36D, chose cream Black earrings and black and silver satin, m...…

February 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…Page Tern THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday. February 9. 1935 Pacje Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday. February 9. 1935 Quaint Elegance Of Period Styles Featured In Gowns Seen At Hop (Continued from Page 1) tis selected gold slippers to wear with sleeved peplum jacket, which but- her dress. toned down the back. An unusual Virginia Swift, '36, escorted by feature was the choir boy collar. George Harris, '36D, chose cream Black earrings and black an...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Increasing cloudiness and warmer Saturday, showers and warmer Sunday. L iEt igai ~~Iair Editorials For Continuity And Integration... Another Blow at Joe College... VOL. XLV. No. 116 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS Hunt For Boy-Killer i Started No Clues Found To Slayer Of 7-Year-Old Ypsilanti Child Body Stabbed Ten Times With File Playmate Discovers Body Under Bridge, 500 Feet From Home A state...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 2

…TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY NF E NEWS DAnILY OFFICI Pub nt n in th thzUetin is constrt Unl 1ty. Copy received at the offt until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1935 VOL. XLV No. 115 Notices To thi Members of ther University Council: The next meeting of the University Council will be held on Monday, March 11, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 1009 Angell Hall. LOUIS A. HOPKINS Secretary, University Council J. P. Morgan Sells His N V YORK, ...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

…AY, .MARCH 9,1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ Track Team At Peak For Conference Indoor (4- Wildcats Lose To Tankmen In Last Dual Meet (Continued from Page 1) relays in this stroke at old distances from 800 yards to a mile. Topping off a big evening, the Northwestern water polo team, per- ennial Big Ten champions, outlasted the Michigan sextet to eke out a 6-5 overtime win. SUMMARIS 400-yard sprint relay: Won by Michigan (Dalrymple, Mowerson...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 4

…_ _ _ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY Another Blow For Joe College .. . E VERY ONCE IN AWHILE it be- comes someone's pleasant task to re-inter Joe College. So gratifying is the job that it usually seems well to make occasion for it if none offers itself. The latest opportunity for celebration is the announcement by Dr. Walter A. Jessup, in his first report of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advance- ment of Teaching, that the "rah-rah"boy who went to col...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 5

…1935 THE MICIGAN 'DAILY PAGE V Crowd Attends First Annual Assembly Ball Held In League & llroom I, Spring Styles Popular At Last Nights_,Dance Georginia Karlson leads Maurcl Accompanied y RichardShoupe t spite of thermometer readings and snow flurries, spring was the key- note in gowns and decorations at the Assembly Ball last night. Against a background 'of spring flowers and plants that banked the walls of the League ballroom, the G...…

March 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NAUCH 9,1935 Papers Presented Here Yesterday By Men bersOf Michigan A cademy President Of Academy Gives' hefSpeechr Many Papers Presented1 In Yesterday's Section 1: Meetings Officers To Be Namedt State Relief Administrator Says 100,000 People Are 'Unemployable' (Continued from Page 1)t says, is soon to become dominant1: the idea of a "deliberately-planned future for mankind." He cited the prevalence of terms a...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

… The Weather C, r -AL- A6F .,dlL fRtr t ktj -,t iIaiti Editorials Business Alumni Offer Criticism .. . But Don't Roller Skate.., Scattered showers, warmer today; moderate south winds. VOL. XLV. No. 160) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS TrophyIsI Awarded To Cooper Detroit Boy Is Honored By Chicago Alumni For Spring Practice Work Presentation Male By Meyer Morton Characterized By Kipke As The 'Most Outstanding ...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY mm Ir DALY tioSim the But umtl- 3.~30;113am. THURSDAY, MAY VOL. XLV No. Notices To the Members of th Council: The next mee University Council will Monday, May 13, at 4 Room 1009, Angell Hall. Louis A. Hopkins, Angell Hall Observat open to the public from day evening, May 10, to moon. Children must b nied by adults. University Bureau of A & Occupational Informa ceived notice of the foll Civil Service Examinatio Asst., Ass...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

…AY, MAY 9, 1935a . THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Netters I- Illinois Upset Revives Hopes Of Varsity Nine Larson To Oppose PetersI In Opener Of Ohio State Series Friday Because the University of Chicago baseball team upset Illinois 7 to 4 Tuesday to throw the Big Ten race into a free-for-all, the Ohio State- Michigan two-game series opening on Ferry Field tomorrow assumes an all- important aspect. Theoretically, every Conference nine excep...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY them as well as views of their fellow alumni, all of them now qualified to speak from experience. It is always interesting to see how the views of these men may have changed since the days of their academic training. In any case, all will have definite ideas about the benefits of business school training. Here is where Saturday's conference should prove of most benefit to the faculty. At the luncheon Saturday five speakers,...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Arrangements Completed For Lantern Night Eight Assistants F r o mi Each Class Are Selected By Barbara Sutherland The eight senior, junior, sopho- more, and freshmen women who will assist in Lantern Night, the cere- mony Wednesday, May 22, honoring senior women, were announced yes- terday by Barbara Sutherland, '35, leader. The selection was made on the basis of merit points. Assistants in the graduating class are Betty Aigl...…

May 09, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 9,1935 _________________________________________________________________________ _________ U S Former Congressman May Succeed Cutting A 1 d e r Issues Naal Exhibit To Call For S.C.A. aPart In Proje Camp Leaders EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the thirdy in a series of articles dealingwith the exhibits that have been planned for the Engineering Open House which will 117 Positions Available;,be held in conjunction wi...…

July 09, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Generally fair today; tomor- row partly cloudy and warmer; probably showers. L Official Publication Of The Summer Session Editorials 'Glorification' Of Womankind. Supporting Mr. Tibbett . XYVT No. 13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1935 PRICE: FIVE CENTS n,.. ., v ____ _ _ _ _ _ - -- i _ i oundary Anes Are )iscussed Reeves Sees) Astronomic Divisions As Improvement Natural Boundary Lines Condemned Praises Est...…

July 09, 1935 (vol. 16, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY Official Publication of the Summer Session .A' ,1 '3 I it is merely a superficial source of enjoyment and a way to pass the time. Psychology furnishes a weighty argument to the contrary by showing that music does hace a definite worth as a means of relaxing. More than that, there is little doubt that music -good music - makes for a fine type of personality (and this is not to overlook the possibility t...…

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