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January 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…;I i N ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TRURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1918. ERSITY UNDER IISEO SCHEDULEI i L term Regents Abolish 7:30 Classes, Revert- rie a ing to Former 8 o'Clock e of Recitations uess. Re last time EASTERN INSTEAD OF CENT1IAL TIME OBSERVED BY CAMPUS elected Health of to y1 Students Influences Board Make Changes in Progranm to are BUDGET IN ALL I of re- school an ex- oth the literary and llege will be given es as last year. I s...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… ] lt I t t ASSOCIAT PRESS D AY AND NIGHT 'B SERVICE ANN ARBOR,MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918. PRICE THR _ Is to Re- MAY PUT ENGLAND ON RATION BASIS Food' Controller Believ-es it Must Come; 1Departmiet orksOut System London, Jan. 3.-Compulsory ration- ing is to be put into effect in Eng- land at an early day according to Lord Rhonda, the food controller, in a speech today. He prefaced his an- nouncement by saying that he was' a...…

January 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…p, r i po1 q tan t r V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1918. 156 STUDENTS TO - TAKE TELEGRAPHY V t r Asks $2,000,000,000 For Ships I is Local Work Begins Immediately; Men Will Spend Over Five Hours Each Day in Class Fifty-six students enrolled in the telegraph code practice class which met for the first time last night. Fif- teen of this number are subject to immediate call and the balance are in class one or under age. ...…

January 06, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

…) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1918. NGER TRAINS VDED IN EAST. for be ii Dean CUooley Deports Pullmauns Taken hlast Off Lines and All Service Cut Many Doi, desire t tilt HOTELS ARE OVERFLOWIN(G Mich- AND RO HENTS ADVANCED natur - th sue Trav ellers Experience Difficulty Se- ration curing Even Meager Accommo- d"ations in Washington Swain- -- ~Railroads, hotels and other public Pack; servants are absolutely unable to cope N US ...…

January 08, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…) ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1918. LZ r of Li( mmande of thef pect To find Final Solution Labor Shortage By This of SHIP PROGRAM CHICAGO REMAINS TIED UP BY SNOW Chicago, Jan. 7.-Thirty hours after the abatement of the unprecedented blizzard, Chicago's streets were still badly impeded. Traffic for the most part was confined to the paths made by street cars. which made uncertain progress through canyons of snow heaped and drifte...…

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 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…Y, JANUARY 10, 1918. OF I I I WEATHER CHECKS ACTION AT FRONT French Raid Positions on Mile Front; Capture Men and Machine Guns OERMANS FIRE TORPEDO INTO MERCY SHIP; WOUNDED SAVED Casturnz Ti Justified, Curfew shall not I Cars Expected This Week rom Port Huron by Fuel Administrator Beal ITENED SHUT-DOWN OF NUFACTURERS IS AVERTED remc the that es~' the German-Russian Pace Meeting opened; Prime Ministers in Attendance Be- arloads of co...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…s09 Zrb axiiM DAYAND)NMGI SERVIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918. PRICE' f -;RIC, E GRIFFINS TO TAKE IN 'EN NEOPHYTES 7] STUDENT HOUSES FACE COAL FAMINE TALIAN FIGHTING HALTED BY SNOW -Class Hold Honorary Society Second Initiation Tonight Will I i' Just as the sun drops below the wes- tern horizon today Griffins, all-cam- pus upper-class honorary society, will leave the temple to conduct 10 neo- phytes across the ...…

January 12, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

… 41Ifr at] rA DAY A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1918. PRI sASSERTIO FAVOR eks, WIRELESS COURSE WILL BE GIVEN To Be Held Under Authorization of Chief Signal Officer of Army K Plans are now being perfected to give a course in wireless engineering in the electrical engineering depart- ) ment of the University under author- Ization of the chief signal officer. of the army. It is expected by engineer- ing faculty men that...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…'I AIV A I ASSOCIA Z4U &1 DAY ATID G SER VI(' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1918. PRICE ' _ ,. *. PER'S LOVES "GLASS" TO BE GLUE COL AR[RIVA RELIEVES LOCLFUL SITUTION of "Loaded"rBreakfast Foods at Camp Are Ex- ploded Custer, Mich., Jan. 12.-Ru- the effect that ground glass n placed in breakfast foods, DELIVERIES MADE MONDAY; NO SUFFERING DESPITE BLIZ- ZARD A carload of coal arrived in the city Custer, by enemy pro- y...…

January 15, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

…-, R I .14A r 40 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918. RESERVE OF ESSEL BUILDERS ient in the naval auxiliary vill be kept open until Thurs- t inasmuch as Recruitng Of- k of Cleveland was unable to Ann Arbor yesterday to swear plicants. dditional men have applied Iment and they will be taken service Friday, when Lieuten- : will be on the campus. The t was called to Chicago while o Ann Arbor and will not be ome here until the lat...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

…r ± t a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, W EDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 1918. ',, ,- t POSTERS FOR WANTED "LET'S GO" For Cast and Chorus Will Be Held Again Tonight U.S. TO PUT' NEW 21 'S U NDE R 0DRAFT Government Decides Against Raising Limit Above 31 Years of Age MAY USE NATIONAL ARMY TROOPS FOR HARVEST WORK SENATE VOTES TO, RETAIN ATHLETICS IF FRESH LIT NOTICE -.,-.-- I. The poster contest for the 1918 Union opera, "Let's Go," opens today. Campu...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…I 10.1 1 rl X4 it 43Ufl A6F 43 at I f i PRESS DAY AND tiIGWI 00 SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1918. PRICE i-FOOD INDUSTRIES EAST OF ISSISSIPPI CLOSED FOR 5 c I 892 Rivals Cloud Annette's Horizon! U U U IVI L Approximately 892 rivals of Annette Kellerman will be attending the Uni-. versity of Michigan if the health pre- cepts for women advocated by Miss Alice Evans, director of physical train- RANTS, ...…

January 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…j TEMPERATURE TODAY i i I I 00 AV tt DAYAT VTICE i .. ;VIII. No. 82. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1918. PRIC DE THREE - T SINOMIZ ON .AT AND LI6HT HUNS AND QUIBBLE RUSSIANS ON PEACE AUTHORITY GIVEN PRESIDENT AND SUPERINTENDENT PARDON HEALTH SERVICE TO GIVE SIX LECTURES Diplomas Awarded To Candidates In Dentistry, Engineering, and Law President Harry B. Hutchins and acting superintendent of buildings and grounds ...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…Fp AY, L18 Voard Jan. 18.-Director General McAdoo announced tonight it of a railroad wage commission of four public men recommend action on all wage and labor questions the government railroad administration. This also ailroad brotherhoods' demands. time- the director general put into effect a new system railroad administration by dividing the country into regions, east, south and west and placed a railroad three head of each his repres...…

January 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER rwia R AND COLDER j TODAYs &U1IIlV ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRI SERVICE III. No. 84. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1918. PRICE THREE _ . . r L SAYINGs PLAN CCESS REPORTS EOTOR GARFIELD NOW REACHING Y WHERE NEED GREATEST TERRI- IS BUNKERS SHIPS FOR OF FRANCE Stream of Coal Carriers roceeding to New Eng- land Washington, Jan. 19. - A steady w of coal into famine stricken dis- ets of the east was reported t...…

January 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…ttA 'i A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1918. STORES MEN 4QUET TONIGHT Feature En- V' Act to 'zz," dancing, smokes' and ood time will feature the nt to be held by the army this evening at the Union. es will start immediately nquet which will be serv- I- r LV lol"L tL~fl.4 Music will be furnished by a "jazz" hand composed of H. R. Cossitt, '19, edlate Battle G B. Riker, '20D, J. R. Gardner, '20, mapped C. J. Heath, '19E, Uf C...…

January 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…WEATHER SHIAT COLDER TODAY I ret i1Iaitj ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WE SERVICE XXVIII. No. 86. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1918. PRICE THREE C lCgTE ROADS ICOAL CARS lIGHT, OF WAY PROBLEM OF TRANSPORTATION IS BECOMING WORSE DAILY MICHIGAN DEALERS CALL ORDER FIZZLE Stopping of Factories Fails to Build Up Fuel Reserve in Detroit Washington, Jan. 22.- An urgent recommendation that an embargo be declared for a f...…

January 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…r Sir i xau &d1~lll A - 1ii[ DAY A D NIG SEE VIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, IHURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918. PRI( t I UUL IN ES OF Citizens CutAnd Haul Firewood Prominent citizens of Ann Arbor are to carry out a regular woodcutting enterprise in going out each week to a tract of woods which was laid low recently by a cyclone, and bringing the wood to the city in an effort to relieve in part the local fuel situa- tion. It is estimated that there ...…

January 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…' 4kr 4hr tr t c Akol 4:3a-.t >1 33 PRE DAY AND NI SERY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1918. P I I. _ III NG IS NOT tOF 16 OUT OF 40 MEN PASS NAVAL EXAM Sixteen men passed the examination held yesterday at the Health service rooms for entrance into the naval aux- iliary reserve. Twenty-four were re- jected. Of those who were accepted, the fol- lowing will complete their enrollment immediately: Denman H. Cruttenden, '19; Ra...…

January 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

…4, 1918 STATE STS Tickets able necessar- 1 we have the rvation down s concentrate I the nation as arise-anyhow, ter again. that's a diffe: The attendance committee will all kinds of reports of wrecks, trains, and so forth, within the few days. hear late next In our schools - and colleges there was a great decrease in attendance in the fall of 1917. Yet what can we ex- pect for the fall of 1918'unless we start now in this move for conc...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

…1918 Your NoI In j This, the greatest of a] want in the entire yea3 mnd drastic reductions. great disposal sale offer known. All excess wintE repriced for an immedia It Will Pay , VIAn V INPRO6RESS' Ug Far the 'Greatest. wzary Sale A. Siegel Co.'s. History Ul sales known to women shoppers, is the most important .r, surpassing all others in completeness of assortments A With the largest part of cold weather yet, to come, this ~ rs to wome...…

January 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 71) • Page Image 2

… means of the association o1 ws, the heritage of Michigan and ideals. Their comrades re their friends long before the first enemy fire to- UNIVERSITY MEN! Suppose we start the New Year right by attending the Upper Room Bible Class this evening at 7 o'clock (Campus Time) II 1918 Your ( A An Excelsior Diary A Handy Desk Calendar Dozen Letter Files Ledger, Day Book and Cash Book Ink, Paste, Pencils Pens, Clips, and Files, Etc., Etc. exce...…

January 06, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

…Itarian Churci State and Huron Streets d and him in good stead in the f such criticism. When a man n opportunity for bettering him- nd for serving his country with r skill, he should grasp that unity immediately.J MAN TAKES HER. PLACE the first time in -the history of [ichigan Daily, a regular issue lited by a. woman Saturday ig. Heretofore, only a small f the paper has been entrust- that functionary known in The offices as the women's night...…

January 08, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 73) • Page Image 2

…so that when a certain amount of Toney had been subscribed, his in- ividual contribution might be used swell the aggregate, much would be ained. If this scheme were followed out, here would be greater satisfaction all round. There would be no barrel to ike up room; no spoiling of tobacco. nd when the shipment was packed, he tobacco would be packed in the riginal large cartons, thus making te consignment more compact. COLLEGE JOURNALISM "Colleg...…

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 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 2

…University of Michigan cadet a good reason to be thorough- med of itself. The disrespect- itude shown toward the lec- this semester has indicated a e lack of breeding in many of ged college bred men enrolled. urely, is not in accord with etiquette. The rebuke finally y Lieut. Mullen is proof; but it have been meted out long ago. inconceivable how any group can be so ungrateful to the per- ) has consented to give up his a time in instructing th...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 2

… 1918 nothing except bouk adnu puusupu- --- cal treatises. It is time that the death edi- knell of that tradition be sounded. redit- What the American university should news be today is a live, throbbing institu- y of tion of helpfulness to humanity, to the cept nation and to the world. >r as A body of college students which lives in smug complacency .can have no conception of the needs of this hu- words- manity, this nation, this world. Col-...…

January 12, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 77) • Page Image 2

…I rsity Men, Attention! Try the v 11 ing to many breakfasts have you since eastern time started? Upper, Room Bible Class this evening at 7 o'clock. and SUPPLIES / there should be t summer. no shortage SUNDAY BIBLE CLASSES at 9:30 and at 4 for the Army Stores Course AT o'clock (CampusTime) 444 South State Street 5. r drive for finals has ( TO DRILL WO m eC11 ; Board of representatives of the Women's league will meet at 9 o...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 2

…in Church Huron Streets State and Make a dollar I preaches at T.) on EE BE ANY. - LEFT?" I orning Service at 10:30 (Eastern)- with address by Professor W. B. Ford on "What is Pragmatism?' -Round Table APTIST GUILD MEETS at 12 in Id House, 503 E. Huron St. FS MESSAGE OF THE FALSE AND THE TRUE" but many have come here > prepare themselves for mili- vice. theless, the, world at large pon them all as true sons. of n.. It does not trouble i...…

January 15, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 79) • Page Image 2

…I*t I CO] CGIVES 1 "France at War" to be Subject Talk; Speaker Has Just Re- turned From Front of a single a victory humanity, I together se of self- n in one of the s that he who eives the most. ing would ac- years what is accomplish. y we have tan- gigantic effort forth. Every ces. Every day furthering our r national ser- nple, the phy- The new course in Red Cross sur- gical dressings begins at 2:30 o'clock today at Angell house. Mrs. ...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 2

…year's tuition fre won't leak, and are you going eading "Kai- and we want e, a fountain more sleep; to do about CONFERENCE DECREES GOOD SAMARITNISM, STUDENT VOLUNTEERS ADVANCE NEW IDEA OF CHRISTIAN - WORK Good Samaritanism and absence of hatred were'the keynotes of the stu-1 I Wlomen Acting Dean Agnes E. Wells will be at home to University women at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New- berry residence. Mr. N. C. Fetter, secretary of the U...…

January 17, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 81) • Page Image 2

…t of finals is expected to isting. Sort of going in- less dangerous, many of ulty alike thould be proud, it f. 0. T. C. And if the cadet emember that he is responsible development of the corps-that dividually responsible, just as rallest cog in the greatest ma- our Michigan military organiz- ould soon approach the stand- troons with much more train- Count Von Hertling is ill and may resign. What kind of illness, Count? -cold feet? The lits w...…

January 18, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 82) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY inalfee. The University band might be induced to furnish the music, and ASSOdIATED PRESS anyone who has ever heard the band play will admit that it is a capable d Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis- dance orchestra. , Light refreshments to it or nototherwise credit- could be served by the Women's league Sa a t ofor a low figure, turning all profits per at the University of from this source to the R...…

January 19, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

…U A. M. AND 4 O'D M. r.-EASTERN TIME Interesting I i The policy of the newly war labor administration will prevent the introduction of labor into positions for whic are still available. On account of failure to obtain n essary support for its military p gram, the Hungarian cabinet has ants for .e door. turned also. meet at 1:15 in room 157, 8 o'clock Mon- rium under the alumnae. The ,will go to the Only four 'f all the British vess...…

January 20, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 84) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY the local news University of morning except y year. t Ann Arbor as 1t - MtcDonald.......ManaginM Fditor mery...........Business anager ............. . C. S. Clark, Jr. ..........Herbert G. Wilson .r ......James Schermerhorn, Jr. ditor .........Bruce A. Swaney ditor ........ Mildred C. Mighell tor ........ Margaret H. Cooley ditor .......Albert E. Horne, Jr. 'nson......Advertising Manager iRobinson... .Advertising Manager ...…

January 22, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

….LEN' ET MEN GIVE ors that feeling-it and woman on the t be at that game. .ly fight to get into onday night, in or- be one to help out tion of the Univer- And when we get m we are obligated Al Ohio State spirit r before shown. d, Michigan.-Ohio SAYS COMMANDANT HAS ORDERS TO ENROLL GREATEST NUMBER POSSIBLE IN CORPS. Editor, The Michigan Daily: It is really a pity that Mr. H. S. Liddell' sociological, philosophical, and historical studies sho...…

January 23, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN D C _ slogan. Now it reads, "In1 is weakness." there :rsity of g except Arbor as 414. c, j r. lilson tjr. 'aney From what Ian Hay tells us of the "impregnable Hindenburg line," we hope the kaiser will keep his army im- pregnable and Invincible. Most of us have officially entered the University now, and are hard at work getting out the semester's study- ing. Soon we will have women conduc- tors. Then the men wil be told wher...…

January 24, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…1 \ L/L-11L L downtown buy Daily Orange. ess firms.-Syracuse , Michigan alumni of a play in which they might well be proud. And the women, for the most part, is. have responded splendidly. The num- w ber and calibre of the first group of try-outs were of such a nature that of Mr. A. L. Weeks, author of the book, ept expressed his heartiest approval. as There are, however, some women who feel that it would be casting offd an assumed dignity ...…

January 25, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 88) • Page Image 2

…ra. That they should sanction the roduction of women into .the cast i chorus is sufficient evidence that y realize the advantages of such innovation, and that they are un- fsh enough not to consider them- ves, in order to produce a better W. 'he Mimes ,expression of approval mld silence much of the criticism w flooding the campus. The Mimes, virtue of their interest in the opera, re held the veto; and they have sur- dered it. They have shown t...…

January 03, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 69) • Page Image 3

…TT * tract. 1 * the * met g to a mistake in the send- he Michigan track schedule hicago several weeks ago, to was said to have two meets with Chicago, both in ndy City. The first of the however, will be in Ann being run in Waterman ;ium on March 16. The meet between the two will be May 26 in Chicago. *: * * k ' t * t 1 PENN RE~LAYS A-ND EASTER'S TERCOLLEGIATES MAY 1BE ABANDONED IN- ools * i * * * * * * * * . * * * Two .vMore Tilts sr...…

January 04, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

….IL MOST CONFERENCE TEAMS HARD ilT BY DRAFT AND IEN LISTMENTS Chicago, Jan. 3.-Although the war will undoubtedly affect the playing N strength of "some of the teams, the "Big Ten" championship basketball li season will get under way on Jan. 5, with every indication of producing as interesting a race as the 1917 football season. The return of the University of es Michigan to the Western Conference has added a new interest to the wint- be er s...…

January 05, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

…*w- .uw-w. TONIGHT-MITCHEL. BASKETBALL COACH EVES WOLVERINES WILL WIN. ice at the Michigan-Cas ht till be lim ited to 7 ,W to an announcement froi ic association. le irs r AN'1 be admitted but til be kept. )uld give Case a decisiv tomorrow night" varsit coach Mitchell decLre ho have been watching ti; have seen them play thi f the same opinion and sa uintet that meets the scien . tonight is a much strong Ltion than the one that wa ake the count...…

January 06, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

…CAMP'S SERVCE TEAM P1T SUITH ANI) AQUA 1LLMEND. INGER CHOSEN BY DEAN OF GRID CRITICS Walter Camp, dean of American football critics, picked two former Michigan gridiron stars on his All- Service team for 1917. On this aggre- gation Camp has placed the men who would have won All-American recog- nition had they not been fighting for Uncle Sam. Aqua Allmendinger and Pat Smith, the former a guard in 1913-14 and the latter fullback in 1915-16 and c...…

January 08, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 73) • Page Image 3

…TO 0E HELD AS USUAL chalk weak- * Ohio State's basketball quintet * will play here Saturday night of * this week instead of Wednesday * as previously announced in the * Daily. Through an eryor the date * of this tilt was printed in the * schedble as Jan. 9 instead of Jan. * 12. The game is sure to be a * snappy affair as the visitors have * a very fast team. They beat thel * Detroit Y. M. C. A. last Saturday * night, which in itself stamps t...…

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 10, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…IN BY USING BOTH ALDER1[EN FAVOR CENI WINTER AND EAS'T FOR SUTIER WITh S FOR IN INI Society I and SPRING J I Washington, Jan. 9.--While the year just closing has been one of the most eventful in the history of our nation, it has likewise been an unusual one in the crop history of Michigan, accord- ing to a report in the annual govern- ment crop report. Farmers, stimulated by the extraor- dinary needs of the country and pros- pective h...…

January 11, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 76) • Page Image 3

…be accurs III V UL ETICSI ' 'o HIGH, a game t M. A. uch im- iat Case week. s played ,ges and former With Gain M. u- chigan's scalp back defeat at the hands this fall being still mories. have a stellar per- Murray. He is the the squad and has scorer to date. His Brigham- who is also This pair are sure gan guards busy. bie has been doing e the guards are and Garret. In their nd Rapids "Y" these opposing forwards h Gautier relies on Michig...…

January 12, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…luIlC-I ILL lay. The recruit soon a soldier-trim, smart, would attain success-you Suit man who wants to t, Apfel Co.- ' __ FALCON :ARROW form.-fit COLLAR Sohn, Not.hone Decrees Webster hned, on Why, surely you must have, at some time or other. Or, perhaps, the process in which you were engaged was not known by this particular name. The chances are that, after a night and morning of agonizing and protracted study, you informed your ...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…. MORE MEN PLAYED. FOOTBALL all the colleges which kept up the LAST YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE game last year will continue to do so. The cantonments and naval stations Expect Cantonments and Naval Sta. will also be well 'represented, for it tions as Well as Colleges to Keep has been demonstrated that football is o Up Sport the right kind of preparation and its continuance is recommended by both Sthe war and navy commissions on ath- 'N. at is vas...…

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