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January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…r4 ;I . a I ..; - - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SUN1AY, JANUARY 29, 1922 .4 DER BLUE BOOK L) 0 y A Ivaits Junior. Hop F - A 0im .0 P t SCENARIOS FOR UNIVERSITY MOVIE DUE WEDNESDAY; FILMING WILL BE STARTED WHEN SELECTION IS MADE Wave O Sadni A nd Qoom Ho 4C ampusInC WEARY PROCESSION OF HUMBLE VICTIMS OF PLAG1 SACRIFICES TO IMMORTALS FOR DELIVERAN FROM OPPRE SSIVE RULE 1aste Lxamns PLAN ec. 38 or that poll. si. d pleasure, has been u...…

January 29, 1922 • Page Image 1

…4r At'r~ ganyil SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 French Betrayal of Cilician Christians By Prof. F. W. Kelsey In December, 1917, a British army in which he gives an account of his "After long years of War, the On the side of physical well-being under General Allenby captured Je- experiences. After the Armenians had reign of peace and of toil has the French administration continued rusalem. Thence it forced its way ...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 2

…dazing tho a V l Pllcatlous D PRESS itli t r Ks ait w act .)tko-4 Usihe." aki ets Michian as seeas. hardi Suz t , if signed, the sig Ias an evidence o in The Daily at th, to The Daily office iideration.Nombs.i ores postage the sentient,. a . .EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone U414 AGING EDITOR ...... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELl Rant Mausging Editor . Hugh W. Htchcock R K. Adam .1 Over d"ard Lamibrecht Paul Watze- iai Bard Chairman..................L. Armstr...…

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…U THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 Ui The Campus Players (By G. D. E.) above the aforementioned Kennedy, A week or so ago I was agreeably Percy Mackaye, and the emotional surprised to learn that the Sociedad Drinkwater. In the next issue of the . Sunday Magazine I hope to deal with Hispanica intends to present Jacinto him more fully in a review of "The Benavente's "The Bonds of Interest" Bonds of Interest." (Los Intere...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 3

…;antinued from Page 1)- the courses planned are the ntals of, athletic coaching, nd practice or footbal1, base- ck and, basketbal, the train- conditioning of men and gym. work. Much actual gymna- )rk will be required of th e olled in the course, and be'j its strenuous nature, it wi'l d to six weeks. The fee for rse is $22 50. Similar work given at Harvard, Colunmbia, te, Il'inois. and OIfornia. Many Courses Listed. I of -30 courses is listed f...…

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…SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 Speaking of "Pipe" Courses (By George Sloan) cannot carry the work. Financial con- largest number of all "A" students are way. DHave you ever wondered which sub- siderations are the explanation for always found in the freshman and Roughly speaking, the student pays jects proved the most fatal, which many other absentees. Those who go senior classes. The good student in about one fourth of ...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 4

…--mom LIbid dLLI [Iu .5 IN BASKETBALL RACE There is still time for us to make your ior- else mal clothes for the J-Hop. Nowhere tend- TO TITLE n Feb. 11 with far brighter of success than have been d by the Wolverines during ig lap of'the Big Ten race. ptage column seems to offer on for optimism among the s for in the four games chigan has anything but an standing among the Big s. With one victory and ats chalked up to their rec- Wolve...…

January 29, 1922 • Page Image 4

…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 Loan Funds for University Students (By Julian Mack) of funds donated by friends of the only the accumulated interest is avail- tically depleted. Many young men Higher education was considered University for the use of needy stu- able for loans. without money realized for the first .o 'a ento. Most of these loans carry no The class of 1894 established a fund, time during the war the adva...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 5

…,u , U quarters of the committee are at desk .R F~UI VV:UR~ Ethree in the student activities room -- ' of the Union where the committee is om page 4) at the service of students from 4 to ce when the seasonI at to the Maroons be-+ ay five played more r "Piggy" Lambert's rt changed and plays .gainst Big Ten quin- her band Purdue is >mparatively easy ar- nes. The Boilermak-! Michigan, Wisconsin, d should have easy game save the pair 'eb. 7 the B...…

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…SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Robert Louis Stevenson (By Samuel L. Greenebaum, Jr.) After reading "An Apology for Why should not young people do things Beauty and intelligence rarely find Idleness," one finds one's self in a pe- that are not safe and reasoned? They .eculiar plight. Certainly none can deny are not bound by fear. Why should, themselves possessed by thse same i the verity of the author, but is his they b...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 6

…16 At uath improving his previous ,ur r il in tly I IV U r ul VLILBAI |SS COL. Madison, Wis., Jan. .28. -A squad of veterans will represent the Univer- sity of-Wisconsin on the'tr'ack during ..........r u Need Extra Courses? og describing over 400 courses in History, English, Chemistry, Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics, ociology, etc., given by correspondence. Inquire arned may be applied on present college program. PT. , CHCAGO. ILL...…

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…a THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 "dark splendor." These represent prob- in the net of this European civilisa- ably as well as any the ecstatic mysti- tin, but it isn't landed yet. And the " Q cism -that marks his work, a weird net is getting old and tattered. A good copudof psychoanalysis, the oc- many fish are slipping through the cult, and the psychology of love, with net of the old European civilization. "SECOND APRIL"...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 7

…seball Candidates First call for baseball candidates as been sounded by Coach Ray Fish- r, Varsity mentor. Battery men have een asked to report for daily prac- ice in Waterman gymnasium begin- ing Monday, Feb. 6. Other aspirants o the Varsity nine will report to the aseball mentor a week later. After the kinks have been taken out if the pitchers' arms and the infield- rs and outfielders have been given lenty of chance to limber up, Coach' is...…

January 29, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE ' The Appreciation of Symphony Music (By T. E. D.) failure. It is helpful if the audience music two or three times to gain any evident control over men the more "Symphony orchestra? There is only ran know the music. To play the insight into it. That is the way it powerful. one way to learn to appreciate it- selections over on the phonograph or, slowly grew upon the public, and it is In contr...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… I [IUM AND LEAD STRIPS (1-in. x 5-In. x 1-16th-in.) 10c-PER PAIR-10c K-ndK Radio Supply Co. STANDARD APPARATUS npson ANN ARBOR - Phone 63.J re-Inventory Sale of NE FOOT 1 E11RKI MORTNI, YOUTHFUL ARTIST, WHO HAS BEEN CALLED BY SOME TIE GREATEST WOMAN VIOLINIST THAT EVER LIVED 11 Satin and Suede Party 'umps, values up to $10.00 now $6.65 7ahr's Shoe Store 108 SOUTH MAIN STREET ,., 1 111111111llillil1IlIIIU1111111111111111 ll & The...…

January 29, 1922 • Page Image 8

…re THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 THE BETRAYAL OFCILICIAN It usually happens that an author's eyes moist with emotion"; I was not tJoks and Authors CHRISTIANS BY THE FRENCH incidental works, those little half hour ready to jump over the footlight into (Continued from Page 1) essays with which he makes fast a the heroine's arms or on the heartless (Continued from Page 6) be gained by making a separate peace passing thought...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

…F STAGE ATTRACTIONS Open S udents for )pening of ooked the For Two.' on, honor- charge of r the per- with E. of Union irge. is n the the- Saturday a theater. It will be a new view- point, since heretofore only the acting itself could be learned. Attractions Booked With a capacity of 500 people, it is felt that a two night stand will have to be scheduled for every entertain- ment. The theater has a main floor orchestra, and mezzanine right ...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 10

…iU L 'i N :., S TE'LL OF ORGANIZATION AM) WORK IN HOUSES FOR WOMEN e to the fact that many women on :ampus do -not realize. the full Lons of the women's dormitories, sume of the organization and of each house will be published Is and later issues of the Daily. st established as a co-operative [tory here five years ago through iforts of a body of Detroit alum- Alumnae house has succeeded in! urpose. It has aimed to fom mosphere for its girl...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 11

…i" 'with NorArnh tM4bel comedy, I - ~ ~ 44V~riSe All senior girls must have their ,asand gowns before the Junior ilrs' play which will be given March .'3,-24, and 25. The caps and gowtvk ,nay be procured; at Mack's. Any change in schedule that will ne- cessitate a change in, gymnastic work' should be reported to-.the instructor ,)y Friday, Feb. S. Girls who wish to work in the booth ni University hall next semester, or who are working there n...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

…I " Ls BU UL LETIrN 1922 :number 93 ,JANUARY 29, f ge of Literature, Science. and the Arta-Dean's Advisory Committee: 'here will be a meeting of the Advisory Committee in the Dean's office esday, Feb. 1, at 3 p. m. .Mr. Albert Kahn, the architect for the new ng, will meet the Committee at that time to discuss the proposed plans JOHN R. EFFINGER. ilttee on Diploma Schools: 'here will be a meeting of the Committee on Diploma .Schools Mon- Ja...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

… SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 2 , 1922 'rench Betrayal of By Prof. F. )ecember, 1917, a British army in. which he gives an account of his General Allenby captured Je- experiencea. After the Armenians had as. hene i foceditswaybeenr expelled from the cities, their n. Tenceit orce itswayhouses and shops were systematically northward. Damascus fell on pillaged and burned, and' Turks be- it day of September, 1918. cam...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 14

…MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1922 The Campus Players (By G. D. E.) above the aforementioned Kennedy, A week or eo ago I was agreeably Percy Mackaye, and the emotional surprised to learn that the Sociedad Drinkwater. In the next issue of the Sunday Magazine I hope to deal with Hispanica intends to. present Jacinto him more fully In a review of "The Benavente's "The Bonds of Interest" Bonds of Interest." (Los Intereses Creados). ...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 15

…(By George Sloan) c .ve you ever wondered which sub- s proved the most fatal, which n es "'dunked" with the moat die- a aging regularity, which time of a was the most dangerous to stud- o >r why more students leave school me than in February? 'Have you s wondered how much it costs the l of Michigan to turn out a lawyer t octor? It was to answer these b tions that I journeyed over to the s of Dr. Arthur G Hall, -registrar e University. ange as ...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, JANUARY Loan funds for University Students (By Julian Mack) of funds donated by friends of the Higher education was considered University for the use of needy stu- the property of a certain "class" of ents. Most of these loans carry no people not so many years ago. The interest until after the graduation of the borrower. No security is asked. revolution in ideas on this subject, R. A. Campbell, treasurer of...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 17

…Rober (By Samuel L. Greenebaum, Jr.) Beauty and intelligence rarely find themselves possessed by the same in- dividual. Nature seems to think that either one should be enough for one person; she rarely considers it neces- sary or advisable to mix them. How- ever, we must admit that there are a few favored sons and daughters whom Providence has seen fit to bless with this double gift. Similarly, in literature, few men have worth-while ideas, an...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 18

…and Authors "SECOND APRIL" finds expression in "Eel-Grass," "Low- (A Review by L. E. W.) Tide," "Inland," "Burial" and "Exiled." There are but two poems in the vol- In "Second April" (Mitchell Ken- ume which fall below the level of nerley), Edna St. Vincent Millay music and intelligible 'beauty. These achieves that high distinction which are "The Little Hill," which is streaked wi.th Sunday-School sentiment, and was promised by her earlier co...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 19

…(By T. E. D.) Symphony orchestra? There is way to learn to appreciate r much of it!" said Ossip GE tsch after the Detroit Symp iestra concert Monday night, ed just what musical educati' ught necessary for an appreci ymphony music. The questio mpted by the apparent failu lents on the campus to appr remarkable offerings of the t orchestra. They must go to symphony ts if they hope to be able t ciate them," he continued, h music is not to be under...…

January 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 93) • Page Image 20

…THE BETRAYAL OF CILICIAN It usually happens that an author's eyes moist with emotion"; I was not CHRISTIANS BY THE FRENCH incidental works, those little half hour ready to jump over the footlight into '(Continued from Page 1) essays with which he makes fast a the heroine's arms or on the heartless (Continued from Page 6) be gained by making a separate peace passing thought, are the most whimsi- Higgins' neck. But I appreciated the conscious ap...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…ii ZA at piwut t 1aI DAY AND 8E j'. )_ ... ........... ANN ARBOR ilCHIGAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1922 PltIcu ,. MOLD IENCE WILL TuRN MANY AWAY AT DINNER DANCE Numbers of Union members were turned away from the dining hall at the second dinner dance given- by the Union from 6 to 8 o'clock last night. All tables were filled a short time aft- er the doors were opened and further applicants could not be accommo- dated. Special musi...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 2

…durxigt te Waiver Pnblisatloas. elclvalvely entitled to the use f= ithes credlteu' w it er .ot otb " elocal news published terez.. at Ann Arbor. Michigan. as second laynard Strest. 4. ords, if signed, the sig. but as an evidence of ed inThe Daily at the ed to The Daily office. onsideration. No man- ncloses postage. rse the sentiments eX- EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 2414 WG EDITOR ..,. ..... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL Managing Editor...................…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…. .c ie Alasaa Agri- School of Mines a hundred miles -will open its ber, CharlesE . ral judge and institution, an- deral Funds is situated on a piles from Fair- line of the new set aside by con- ollege itself was n 1917 by an act legislature and r buildings and m proved inade- additional appro- vas made. Most nses will be met aska, but $50,000 D IT V qr F Fairbanks, laska" will be available from federal funds, according to President Bunnell....…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 4

…' i er S PORTS;I?. ; ' °. F ' Y' . '', : .i 99 the boys at the boarding to baseball games through the columns Lost something? A Classified Ad in d to challenge each other of The Daily. The Daily will find it for you.-Adv. . ........... Wolverine Swimming Hopes Are" Brightened By The Propect Of Securing Service Of Ilait tann r 1 mu~Lh I Fr TUXEDO SUITS } j { .; -:, . - ' , ;: _ -_. ; ; ,r ff :.: :? ;< Tailored to Your Individua...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 5

…indications a hard fought conflict is sure to ensue. 8EC .l ul Lv Y5., vt4L'&C .L , Ucur" fajar 2/tranches Of Sports mpilation of Michigan's records tern Conference competition in 1, baseball, ,track and tennis y Coach Yost, shows the Maize ue to occupy a unique position letics. Michigan has won a :y of contests in each of the sports, with other Conference schools. The Wolverine school has won ten Western Conference track meets out of the ...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 6

… IL . 'A ~LY Menu LUJNCH P a ,up French Fried Potatoes Samon Brown and W I '1e Bread Chocolate Padding Tea Coffee :Milk BREAKFAST Grape Fruit Puffed Rice Poached Egg Toast Coffee DINNER Snow lake Potatoes BraI ed Steak with Onions Lima Beam r Sliced Beets Rolls and Brown ,Bread Apple Pie Tea Coffee Mil It is a Fact- that it almost makes you homesick when you eat those good old fashioned 'HE CONCLUSION YOU WILL REACH IS THAT YOU S...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 7

…3"l itn d Bartelmess in Prevost in "A dal." i special fe in ea- Lionel Barry- (Detoit) - 'with Carroll All senior girls must have their aps cnd gowns before the junior .il'play which will be given March ..i. 24, and 25. The caps and gowti,. iaay be procured at Mack's. iAny change in schedule that will ne- .essitate a change in gymnastic work should be- reported to the, instructor by Friday, Feb. 3. All rouses should get a supply of candy...…

January 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

…BULLETI ii IDITIDI L SPORTS university athletic backers are agitat- ing the early appointment of a coach for baseball, the only major sport now remaining without a man to take ac-j turn ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C nhrr hnirn ttava li^ M'ICAL ME SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1922 uzmber 92 of Literature, Science, and the Arts-Dean's Advisory Committee: ere will be a meeting of the Advisory Committee in the Dean's office iday, Feb. 1, at 3 p. m. Mr. Albert Ka...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…r4 ki ItW 4§Uf 4:3.a. vDaT A] ) ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922Z PtIUCU F Prof. A. E.Zimmern States Equality Of Trade Conditions Is Real basis For International Amity Of Future 3ES ON A [ION Inter.f "As soon as we discard 'Free Trade' as a slogan and adopt 'Equal- ity of Trade Conditions,' we will have a better basis not only for clear thinking but for interhational rela- tions," said Prof. Alfred E. Zimmern, formerl...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 2

…rulL. as seems nard Sree n The Daily atthe o The Daily office, ideration. No man ses postage. the sentiments ex search the ranks until we are weary-eyed, curse venomously, and turn away. Lord, what a Library ! In reality, the Library is thevictim of its:own virtue. Generously it allows the student unre- stricted freedom in the use of books from its refer- ence shelves, shelves which carry one of the most complete collections of bound inform...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…~I GONCLIRT FLASHED) r'TO NEARBY 1iOWNS j VIARADIUPHUNL H. Lau b3 at r WMUWNNWA LITY Books and Kinds c Slatcr Book,'Shop 4E CEOs F. CRAM C o. OF CHICAGO O® HAVE COOPERATED WITH IE COLLEGE STUDENTS FOR FIFTY YEARS er a number of University of :Michigan men an unejualled tion which involves guaranteed earnings for tihe comning For particulars, address GEO. F. CRAM CO., 111 West Street, Chicago. FLASHLIGHTS 4 1 F to trc Mc loc pal bui Pu...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 4

…. . . , .s.. . D. S.....;.: ,....................... "'" . /. _, ,.__K.... _, _......a_.,w_:_.._...,._,. _ ..._.._ ... . , . ....a..._.......- . .., .......e...,_. Advertisers.=-Adv. iite Oxford -I INTRAMURAL NOTICE Assistant intramural manag- ers Jerome, Cramer, Benjamin, Preston, Merner, and Arner meet at the Press bui'ding today ( at 3:30 o'clock for staff picture. I Assistant managers' sweaters will be worn. Detroit Central Alumni...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 5

…v/ u F*. pe two and medley relay races for col- leges,and the interscholastic one mile 'LISTS IIU ACS[GOLDEN BEAR ASKS MEE~d T WIT B A LB .SDGE LUI U RIV UNU HI1310' a . FORMER MICHIGAN COACH IS WELL STOCKED WITH LAST YEAR'S VETERANS Urbana, Ill., Jan. 26.-Coach Carl Lundgren has gathered together his rookies and his baseball champions of last spring and practice is being held in the Illinois Armory every aft- ernoon. Prospects today seem e...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…IA.] IN )PBE 1 iOFI ILDING I OKs *A. 4G. Ruthven, director of the mn. gave an illustrated lecture urneys of a Nturalist in South *W" at Three Oaks Sunday under Vetion of the University Exten- ievide. Yesterday Prof. Emi of the architectural college on "How to Judge a Work of ctre"In Ierot; Prof, . W. D. 'sun, iretor of the Extension , discussed "The Boy°Probem" ding; and Prof. R. K.Immel, of tblc speaking department, gave ervant. in the H...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 7

…LISTS Fl EXTRA HOP TODAY gow Screen Arcade-Wallace Reid in "Rent ( aestic-Richard Blartelmess in "~Tol'able David." ( Wuerth-Marie Prevost in "A' Parisian Scandal," Orpeum- Lottie Pickford in Re"TSheikay" wthRudolph j All organizations whose listsj of guests for the Junior Hop are j to appear in the Hop extra must mail or bring to the editorial of- flees of The Daily :a typewritten !list of guests, not later than Mon- 1day evening, Feb. 6...…

January 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

…tend( dical students are pdvised not to elect this course, as it is narily for those not planning to specialize in medicine. L. V. HEILBRUNN. Number 91 li 1 News of the IN BRIEF V 1922 the Arts: e Literary Faculty Monday. Jan. 30, at ider the final report of the Committee on the Committee on Revision of Entrance A. G. HALL, Registrar. Twilight Faculty Concert Series: The next number in this series will be givtn in Hill Auditorium, Sun-...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…AND WARMER OW FLURRIES 04 1 AIWA k6 A .: 4 ... atA a jDAY ANDDTI( I SERV] 11. No. 90 ANN AR3Oi l MICHIGAi THURSDAY, JAkUARY 26, 1922 PRICE "Rica r 9FARMER TO BOARU' 15 iMPRACTICABLEI -CALHOUN BELIEVES AGRICULTURISTS CAN- NOT BE HELPED BY BILL - CLAIMS ACTION WOULD BE CLASS LEGISLATION Says.Federal Reerve System Must Be Free of Polities to Function Properly That the attempt by the "agricultur- al bloc" in the senate to force the p...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 2

…T f ulv eaclusle entitled to the se to itches credited to it or not otherwis' Sloca sew. publishedthere.' at Ann Arbor. Michigsn "eeeosu wuard Street I, if signed, the sig. ut as an evidence of in The Daily at the to The, Daily office sideration No man loses postae. ethe sentiments el. EDITORAL STAFF }my j ryji -Telepone 414 p , [NO EDITOR .......... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL Maaging . .ltdl . Hugh W. Hiccock or '.:.~.*.*.. .......*... R P.ILov...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…11 _ are S pecies OI Birds Seen Here TO week left for the com- aarios intended for the e, prospective entrants qick action by those in contest. A number of .e already turned in narios and indications ,est will be in' well be- ing of the competition xt Tuesday night, Jan atative of the producers appointed to assist in of " the picture will be again this week, with om 2 to 4 o'clock today rooms of the Press will be readytosconsult nt writers ...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 4

… , , " f.." , + muol , " 4 ri .. 40 .. : . 1.i r idi .... . ... ... Alumr Hotel .t rece at of]I Dublin.' . SVake .7ebr ni Dance, Fri- Something for 'sale? A Classified J 7 r AM PiD'aTht........ '1 Statler. Ini- Wi in The Daily will find a buyer.-- AL V5a J&515L4in s iDt Theta h.................03 3 AdvY. H __ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __-Phi Kappa Sigma.............0 5 IThe finals standings of the frater-. Medic League IflII t1IIIIIII...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 5

…i be Fr IlU ,n. 24.-The add-' ial events to the et with the ap- ches throughout g to K. L. Wil' of Drake uni- ties and colleges, Di- ays, often are unable, 1 relay team but have sually good men who rs individually. The champions to these different sections of .riably results in rec- itests. Ural Items determined by elimination, the teamI rolling the highest score in this gamej winning, regardless of previous scores. Junior engineers are hi...…

January 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

…LHOUN WARNS A- as print- he Daily I n ~Arbor. ence. one went. into each of the three bookstores on State street and priced the book "Eighteen Thousand Words Often Mis- pronounced" by Phyfe. Two of them asked $2.00 for the piece, while the third considered $1.75 sufficient, This is but one example. There are many more-one needs but to pay a friendly visit to our bookstores to be -onvinced beyond a doubt that the stu- dent body is being impo...…

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