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October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…h. L , I t x I- GI DAY ANDJ SI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1919. PRIG 1 J TILL University May Inspect Board Unsanitary conditions of student boardingthouses and restaurants are receiving the attention of the Univer- sity and city authorities in. an attempt to improve these conditions. In a great many houses where students are living and eating, the sanitary conditions are of such a nature as to endanger health. Due ...…

October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…>f any institution reveals true sub= It is t to the use for or not oterwise d therein. higan, 'as second ce. an- .Managing Editor 3414 or o6 *. * ... . e s Manager g6o or 2738 News Editor .City Editor .Sports Editor .~Women's Editor ....Telegraph Editor ZIAL BOARD Charles R. Osius, Jr. ...Advertising Manager. ...........Issue Manager' Office Manager . . Publication Manager .Circulation Manager SuscitinManager, .Music Editor Literary Editor...…

October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…,, 'FOR TRIAL RUN E PLA Use Northwestern Shifts to Team Learn how to Stop Them AGAIN IN REGULAR UP AT PIVOT POSITION 'y's varsity football pra-ctice ired by defensive work e strong' freshman eleven.' ngs-were given the ball and ncture holes in the'varsity On account of the rain and the wet ground no run was held by Coach Far- rell's cross-country runners Wednes- day night. The regular mid-week dis- tance race was taken by the entire squad ...…

October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…and OF TOMORROW 214, e - .- BIG DOUBLE BILL--AY ALLISON IN "FAIR AND . WARMER" AND HEN RY SANT] R EY AND HIS JAZZ BAN[ This is ihe Maid Youacani teil she is-U~Jj, Bud Ihals about all For you cant tell her much" _ r--i :, This is the cocktai That peps things upy_ Onre taste,-and you thinto fA &ira.Ffe is apup ! L I in FAIR.ADUAMR Avex yrIlopwrood's 'Most Jll larious F'arce When you hear SANTREY'S BAND you will be treated to ...…

October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

… THE WHITNEY send their delegates aual convention which this year at Minnea- Nov. 11. Official plans ed soon for the interest I up members of the local post cure their legion buttons by ap- to Pat Walsh of the firm Phelps Valsh, at 205 North Main street. ers of other posts who have not d their buttons 'may also's4- hem on payment of 25 cents at >ove address. ty will have the COMPOSERS OF OPERA MUSIC out before mem- TO MEET AT UNION FRIDAY a...…

October 31, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

…ON - __ 1. Some to the Northwestern dance, Packard Academy, Saturday night. Rhodes Bros. four-piece orchestra and ! Eddie Burke will play. Admission one dollar -Adv. is put into us plant is oughly un- Sult opera- sis an es- and if (the i who does s it might! 'roperly er the 'typhoid fever ep- dairymen put pasteuri-' on their farms and, not the workings, spoiled a result the whole proc- isrepute. It is ridicu- to judge the systemby these m...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…i IF" ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1919. IDE STRIKE INEVIT .. Vage Campaign City Restaurants will tted by ing houses and all kindred conditions for the must be stopped," said Dr. Wessinger. iarants. Deed More Money n street In Detroit cards of inspection are r street given those shops that are clean, phy- closedsical certificates from the regular of the ! health authorities or from reputable anitary physicians being requ...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…take part. This movement was wide-spread, and systems of limitations were adopted at Princeton, Pittsburgh and Yale. Nothing definite was accom- plished at Pennsylvania, and the matter was allowed to hang over until this year. Already we have seen the result of allowing stu- dents. to accumulate too many responsible positions. As was the case last year, some activities are be- ing slighted for the benefit of others. If the stu- dents want clas...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…r 1, of 1916 Returns achman's a ' t / TO IE:OLON PRACTICE re, one of the best quar- Northwestern has ever had, school last, Tuesday and of the Purple football team t the eleven to win from as :3rightm ire fills the one on tae Northwestern team, Wh Ie in school he was lot two years and was a e temn in 1916, when the a ly wpn the Conference ;htmire entered school ear- .r, but was' forced to leave Sof the illness of his .moth- as- been expect...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…Hon. George Sutherland, '82L, has accepted an invitation to deliver an1 address at the exercises to be held on Washington's birthday. Dean H. M. Bates received this word by letter on -Tuesday. Holding of exercises on Washing- ton's birthday is not a new thing at the University but during the past two .years, due to the war, it was abandoned. On previous occasions such men as ex-President Cleveland, ex-President Roosevelt, Secretary Newton D. B...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

…7 '1 Fir, 4 Advertisers. { ' : i S IY A r P I )S' are , as different from ry cigarettes as morning is from nt to economize you'd better do :herway than by smoking cheap g additional cost of Murads will - returns in Quality than. any in- 1 ever made. Lurads are - I I I -E WORLD'S MOST CIGARETTES. Ige for ourself-! nl C:W.T A SCENEiI, FRONT "SHE 'WALKED IN HER SLEEP" WITH AATHUR AYLES- Lieut. -Coningsby Dawsou, who lec- tures at...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…111 i Women ilL IPLULIL Ull\ PART Of "1" SCHEDULE e . v IFU Wednesday, November News 7L, of Rochester, Is her home in Port Huron for a short visit. Many of those in the University ei- tension department, and all teachers, in the Ann Arbor high school and grade schools, will be ; in attendance ov'er Thursday and Friday at the State teachers' convention at Detroit. -- , '19, of Knoxville, ds the guest of // College Notes trick, '18...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 7

…'ife of ecretly It is O his a prom- in Her ed by A. day eve- original ur Ayls- Crehan, awis and ere is EthelC layton playing the part of I an unsophisticated girl entranced by her initiation into the shallow smart set of the East, is rudely awakened when her money runs out, in "Men, Women and Money," which will be shown at the Majestic again today. Penniless and fac'ed by enormous gambling and millinery debts, she finds that she is fitted...…

October 30, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 28) • Page Image 8

…4 IIvt F, ~ V' o overcoat f laksgivng YOU HAVE A CHOICE OF MANY FINE WOOLENS Ka 2Ialm Last 7lalcolm Bldg. S $25 E RANDALL STUDIO .n by 3-inch. space. rtisement. andall Studio, 121 E. Wash- will receive a cash prize of nits which are used will re- tle G. C. Maedel, proprietor im and H. F. Adams. all Studio of the Randall 121 E. WASHINGTON _ Shop air g to grow. I FLORAL SHOW IMPRACTICAL AT PRESENT, SAYS BARTLETT There has been...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

….al Vi /' -I 1 f , A&'A r -I . I- :Rtj r'i '44 U IAS.&X LAIN U I T ? I SERVICE 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919. PRICE THREE ITIENTS 13 G IN 1E0 MILK OPES TO SEE 0N PLANT I N GET PRODUCT ere Is No Way Raw tilk University hospitals are not pasteurized milk!' statement was given out last by Dr. Wessinge, city health fle said that both the Homoeo- and University hospitals are us- W milk entirely, with the ...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…)F MICHIGAN ting except Monday during the Univer- Control of Student Puljli'cations. THEASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use for dispatches credited to it or not otherwise 3 the local news published therein. to e at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second or mail, $3.5o. - ' ss building, Maynard street. Editorial, 2414. exceed So words, if signed, the sig- pear in print,ebut as an evidence of will be published in The Daily at the left ...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…t L 441 19ADIENT 0 aU i Because of the last minute erection of boxes on the running track, the interclass relays scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 1, have been cancelled. elease of the players and practice will continue until the coach is' horoughly satisfied with the day's work. In preparation for the last hree games, Northwestern has had vening drills in the big electrically ighted shed that adjoins.Patton gym- asium. Coach Bachman will un-...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…of the Y. W. C. A. e the physical, moral, standard of our Chi- said Miss Ting Shu ress to the University day afternoon in New- mphasized the great A. workers in China paratively new class of social clubs, reading clubs, kinder- gartens, and in the carying on of health campaigns. "America holds it within her power to mold China into a strong, Christian nation," said Miss Ching n closing. "Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Arca...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…THE a great sue-,j 11FI IY M '. Tuttle's 14 Lunches Nunnally's Candy Maynard St. i From a musical stand point "Oh Boy," which will be presented by E. Ray Comstock and William Elliot at the Whitney tomorrow night, ranks high among recent productions. Among its lyrics are eighteen dis- tinct hits including "An Old Fashioned Wife," "A Pal Like You," "You Never Knew About Me," and "Till the Clouds Roll By." A departure from the usual stage ...…

October 29, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…WUi I I GIN PASTEI lED ILK ONj I saying that a word to :ient,. and we are now rd-Hurry! Next Sat- November Victor Rec- 11 have to step lively to' )RD business has increased where we cannot get enough ply the trade. there'll be :e records out on the first, and will not remain long on our (continued from Page OCne) Wessinger, "but at the same time milk is thedmost fertile fiel for ate grow- th, and settlement of germs, as its richness mu...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…i ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919. MEDICAIL DEAN, ADVOCATES VACCINATION Belgium 1loyalty Visiting Capit - Rul ances to, relieve a in distributing will be started time within the er this arrange- of a particular paembers of a as the Law ted to buy tick- up to a certain e, after which ;ible. Ip dances will Saturday night, cal school night Saturday. mak- That the University should offer to all its students the opportunity of ...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…the d the use for not otherwise therein. an, as second rd. street. gn.,. iments ex- It is amusing to note how short-sighted are most attitudes upon the matter of practicality. Interested in some certain line, anything outside of its limited area looks impractical to the enthusiast. A man may become so intent upon the details that are in the foregroundof his chosen profession that he for- gets the big background, he needs. That, of course,...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…IULE Face Stronger Evaniston Than One Walloped by Maroons ? NEW FLANK MAN PRkBLEM THIS WEEKI With the sting of Saturday's defeat driving them to greater efforts, Yost's' warriors began preparations yesterday for the Northwestern contest. Despite the inclement. weather and the stiffness and bruises resulting from the Ohio game, the Michigan mentor' sent his men through a hard practice session. Coach Yost evidently is tak- ing no chances with ...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…I things under the sun, there is eveni unto conservation. To- has become'necessary for each ; ry one to conserve in practic- ery walk of life, and in every y, lane and alley of life's many\, But, fortunately, providence creed certain specific things ot be conserved, but ra\her be d constantly, for only by un- use will they thrive and bear ble fruit. g these specific things gallant- ld ever be foremost. This is equisite of the polished gentle- ...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

…EVERY man is the same from his neck down UNLESS his trousers bag at the knees. We take the bag out of trousers. f WISCONSiN M1EMORIL WILL TAIE FORM OF CIU! HOUSE Plans are progressing rapidly for the prioposed Memorial Union building to be erected at the University of Wis- consin as a tribute to Wisconsin men and women who served in the world war. The building will contain an audito- rium seating 1,500. memorial and trophy rooms, reading' a...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 6

…"Fair and Warmer" and San Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. --Adv. I.Ii 50c. nterest to University Women CONCERT TICKETS ES BEGIN IN RESERVE WORK ng course for prospective rve club leaders is to be 0 girls of the University terested along those lines. held at Newberry hall un- pices of the Y. W. C. A. ting last Thursday at the C. A. Miss Litaker, girls' ary, outlined the course of ;he prQspective club lead- 11 include a study of the other wor...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 7

…Editor, The Michigan Daily: As a member of the American Le- gion, and a patriotic American citizen, I wish to cal1l attention to two breach- es of what might be called patriotic etiquette on the field last Saturday. I do this not with the idea of finding fault, but to prevent their recurrence. The band played ,"The Star Spangled Banner" with covered heads, but while playing "The Yellow and Blue" their heads were uncov~ered. Does the Un- iversi...…

October 28, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 26) • Page Image 8

…VY lk Senior engineer elections out day until 3 o'clock. for lit football practice oil erry field. ris Institutes students meet 306-U-hall. iedy club meets in U-hall.j meet this week as he is attending the teachers' institute at Wilkes- Charge of the employment depart- i tBarre, Penn. He will not return un- ment of the city Y. W. C. A. has been Al sopomores who wdeSIre to ry out I undertaken by Miss Miriam Pope. Co- for assistant basketball...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… II 0000 P, r u K1/ 1~ I DAY A AhW) t ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1919. PRICE 'THREE 4 1 " WOLVERINE'S RIVAL LOSES T O IOWANS (By Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct' 25. - Superior speed, deadlier tackling and a break of luck which paved the way for a drop kick from the 30.tyard line gave the University of Iowa a 9 to 6 vic- tory over Minnesota today. This is the secondtvictory over the Gophers for Iowa in two years...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

… I to the use for or not otherwise hed therein. ichigan, as second Added to this should come a new spirit on the part of the men concerned. No longer should they - withdraw from an activity because they have failed the highest honor. The man who wins the post is a friend, not an enemy. He has won it by fair play and ability, and is entitled to it. The man who is defeated should remain 'to help him work for Michigan. Just because a man has los...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…line. attempts Dunne ch-' ' -- sua e' hi CLIFF SPARKS WIt 0SCORED' a'- Michigan points do a 45-yard r kick. THE drop s. Weston - s on MiChi- Pixley kicks off to Weston, who re- igan's ball. turnsto Michigan's 32-yard line. ga ichigan Sparks makes 1 yard. Michigan gains half yard through line. Sparks punts to Stinchcomb who returns to 0. S. U.'s 'erry Field. 23-yard line. Goetz stops Harley for comb and a 1-yard gain. Vick intercepts Har- J...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…This Evening FRESHMEN! Do YOU KNOW ABOUT THESE? CAMPVS SOCIETIES FOR SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES HERE' EXPOSED t i 'he Grey Shop waffle break- , waffles, and hot chocolate, After 4 o'clock The Grey Shop will make a specialty of salads- Waldorf fruit, and chicken. These besides our regular list of sand- wiches and fountain items. tical study of the drama. The work of the year centers about an annual play given in the spring. Meetings are. held onc...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

…li ed at face value in the Belgian capital. ted top Much of the current coin, especially [. Major the pieces from five to fifty centimes is made of this metal owing to the scarcity of nickel. Emery The government is said to be aware Beau of the practice and when nickel be- y Shop, comes cheaper new coins may be made to take the place of the bad ones. THE *WHITNEY W-TUESDAY No one is more full of entertaining tales than is Charles Wright, t...…

October 26, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…SUNAY SERVICES IN ANN ARBOR CHURCHES V r.4WHY_ F You can Service Get at - )s~. I'm &irrit~ nii WTHY is it that people come into our New Victrola ,and Record Department and go out as well satisfied as if they had made their purchases at some store in a large city? It is because we offer them the same large stock from which to make selections, and, in addition, the services of trained and efficient salespeople. SOUND-PROOF demonstrating b...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…f 7 001, M 2 r I DAY AND NI SE RY ) , 24. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919. PRICE JAM WILL SPEAK FOR ITSEL -COACH FIELDING OF VICTORY YE [OF BATTLE ES WILL GIVE VISITORS RECEPTION TODAY SAYS YOST URGES ROOTERS REAL SPORTSMEN nan, '16, Recalls Famous e with Harvard in 1914 ors are red, and ours are efore that game is over ve want to paint O. S. U. int Ann Arbor red-that's Fielding H. Yost, 'the ntor of Michi...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…ept Monday during the Univer- Iof Student Pubitcations. eSOCIATED PRESS lusively entitled to the use for s credited to it or not otherwise al news published therein. Ann -Arbor, Michigan, as second or Press building, - Maynard street. 96o; Editorial, 2414. not to exceed 3oo. ords, if signed, the sig- to appear in print, but as an 'evidence of events will be published in The Dailyatthe or, if left at or mailed to The Daily office. ons will re...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…Used With the game drawing more pub- licity in newspapers all over the country than any game this year a record-breaking crowd is expected to attend. It is expected that there will be about 5,000 Ohio State students and 'alumni in Ann Arbor for the game. About the only conceivable way of sizing up the two teams is to say that they are evenly matched. bye o State SUMMER SCOLWNE ts and 7n of o Ann State- )IUNZ GOES DOWN TO IN THREE SET MATC...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…tA.. 1 kN tLt Ld IU ,CONCERT %-~A 1L- ONDAY -_ iSt.-Adv. 1 "'4" your subscription to the Daily. Fun, frolic, and frivolity are sched- uled to supplant the proverbal dignity PUBLIC a fine I Mid-W rter Millinery. PHONE 1028-W EATRE II'll! 26 DMor Ol i- ..:. .:. .:.. . ., .,, ,.. ... ,- °; of the Graduate club, when it meets at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Lane hall for a Hollowe'en party. A com- mittee of five has been placed in char...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

…10 BETTE CHEER Donald M.Springer, '19E, former president- of the Michigan Union and manager of the Varsity football team, left this morning for Calcutta, India, after a.short visit here with his old friends. He is making the' trip by way of Youngstown, Ohio, his old home. Springer entered the service of the Standard Oil company of New York, last spring and was assigned to foreign service. FLORAL my businessa riirnrnrneirrrnrnrrrrllill SHO...…

October 25, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…'If HAT'S GOING ON Faris, Ky. Freshe 117 So. Main St.-A R THANKSGIVING 'Bertrand r 'I BeThankful thai you can| aBuy NOW a "YOIHAVE A CHOICE OF MANY FINE I Order Your nMiii Ov~ co a 4 WSF~ov' VfrlaksgIvi n WOOLENS *No. J. Karl Viaicoim Street, East Vialcolm ildg. Wilton Rugs, one lot fine wool qual- "M ms" for the Games ity seamless, in choicest oriental pat- C' ous s&filterns and colors, size 9x12, while they zers Florist...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…40 LI w 2; c r 4 N SERI' -.. 4NN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919. N - A --- _______ Daily Ex-Editors Purchase Paper _; TODAY TO CONCLUDE CAMPUS DRIVE FOR FUND IN MEMORY OF ROOSEVELT S.--- JGHT RATES 'SET DEMAND MEN PROMPTS )F WIAGE S DAY SITUATION of Secretary of erence Intact; r Stands Kenmore,0., Oct. 23. - larence Roeser, '19, and Harold Makinson, '1911, who were managing editor and business manager, respectively,...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…day during the Univer nt Publications. C ilLLe4ay one can eei . 'J the c..ampa pruuue0 of the tenseness that will hang over Ferry field just before the first blast of the whistle Saturday. Stop, picture the scene of that breathless minute, and be- * fore you know it you'll feel like doing the falling leaf. Oh, boy, ain't it a grand and glorious feelin'? ,e But it'll be grander and riore glorious when we , win. Better reserve that ticket to Mi...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…TO FACE .i I and Ham-f teams are closely matched in every department of th'e game and it is prac- tically impossible 'to see where eith- er one has any marked advantage. Both have unusually strong backfields while neither is particularly blessed with ecellent linemen. On paper, there is little to choose between the two. INTEROLSS FOOTBALL ~TO START NEXT WEEK REACH LFTERNOON is what to win Coach Yost is the game with ae Michigan mentor ...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…nIstI As an addition to the number of . t and all of works of art which he 'has already given to the University, four paintings f the early have very recently been received from even Dan- Mr. Jean A. Wetmore, '81, a New York ar out the business man who, for many years, has >ftest com- been greatly interested in the collect- lours, wh> ing and restoring of old canvasses. >n at the Probably the most valuable of these "jolly" or four paintings is...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 5

…MIAL E Ij TICKETS i T" Series )ITORIUM 12, Oct. 25th SCHOOL OF MUSIC )RDERS received up to Friday noon, October be filled in advance, in the order 'of receipt as ossible to the location asked for. PRICE $2.00' $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 *1. >er 6, 1919 BONCI, Italian Lyric Tenor )CK, American Soprano gnor Bonci landed in New York,. Tuesday Jug, October 7, after an absence of several s 'during which he won many triumphs in iative land and else...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 6

…Of Interest to University Women /i 1 ARCADE FLORA ate game tomor- causing more ex- sterday morning from so many coming back for the house will be proar and good- ere we are going . And the alums all the excite- game either! I g sweet letter all he said he was game! I nearly s so tickled-un- the terrible cat- . last week when il the "tuck" out at. College Notes ,- _ ., J here wasn't ything 1o do t go straight MRS. DES- VDORF at 3 Farmer S...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 7

…II e cleaned with Silk shirts made to your individual re is none bet- measure. Reasonably priced. The- Major & Co.- Fashion Shoppe, 2nd Floor, Darling Bldg., East Liberty St.-Adv. ERTHA KIAUCH "The Riddle Woman" - Detroit Leo Carillo In LOMBARDILtd ut 1 num in a Com- in "Her Pur reen Magazine Green in "The Mutt & Jeff ly. Thomas in :h a Monkey Jungle," and MAJESTIC Today-Tomorrow Vivian Martin The Home Town Girl I Sennet Comedy E S"...…

October 24, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

…CAT . C(ITNC (IN 11 , 's Open to everybody. strenuous test for those who are now0 u 1' u"s'- u i r the discussion of taking the advanced dancing course in ions relating to Relig- the Old Union. The nature of the final ble. Place-444 South is to be an afternoon party to which FRIDAY each member of the class will be in- 3:00-Miclhganenslan photographers vited, and each one may invite a report at Michiganensian office. Chafr House, 444 South ...…

October 23, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…t t rt t t J I I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1919. P] ( DELEG ATES QUIT PA RL IN NATION'S DRIVE r MEMORIAL; STUDENT ''I $800 FROM 'Y ', '20E; IS -LEADER s Nov22; Ask r funds 1 be lo- is will it parts ne will CAMPUS FOUNTAIN AWAITS ITS BASE' Due to the fact that the stone base has not yet been received, consider- able delay has resulted in placing the bronze memorial drinking fountain, dedicated to former Mayo...…

October 23, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…g the Univer'. ations. tled~ to the use for oit or not otherwise dished therein. Michigan, as second stre+et. hee. LSII. ex- or xoz6 Cer ..... . We ... . . .Ted - - - C Charles R..Osus, J r. ..........Advertising Manager. ...........Issue M anagerO .~ffice ManagerP ........ ublication Manager* ... ... ...Circulation M anager. .. .......Subscription MangerM .~usic EditorL .~iterary Editor. .........E xcange Editor, .C ampaign EditorE EDI...…

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