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November 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SU DAY, v ...... . pOPER WILL HAVE 16 hT GWN I ELBRAT G~ Costumes for "Cotton Stockings" eel Those of Past Productions Ex- COWEIY 1)AN(E EXPE( TEl) TfO RIVAL "DUTiCH CLEANSERS" Costumes for the annual Unionj opera, "Cotton Stockings" that will open Dec. 3 at the Whitney theater are by far the most gorgeous and elab-I orate that have ever been used in aI Union opera, according to E. Morti- mer Shuter who is directi...…

November 27, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 56) • Page Image 2

… that water landings mlay be made if lish students, who have shown them- necessary. selves capable of taking advantage ot ---- the opportunity, a knowledge of Am- erican life in that part of the country aanropnii.where the donor considers it most ________flIVLIIIHIIcharacteristic. BRITISH iniiin Terencio # Peralta, of tha~ Romance languages department, will deliver the - I --second Spanish lecture of the year at Mtl. Clarence Craf, an America...…

November 28, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 57) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, TAPPING TO LEAVE FOREA STERN TRIP1 Wil Speak Before Alumni Groups,' Explaining Plans for Re- organization TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS WITH PROMINENT EASTERN ALUMNi Hawley Tapping, '16L, field secre- tar'y of the Alumni association will leave tomorrow night for a two weeks' trip through the East, where he willy speak before several alumni groups, explaining his work as field secretary, and the plans for reorganizatio...…

November 29, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 58) • Page Image 2

…lII i ....... ghiout the t him to as in Chi- Lionel A4Yiies, '24 Who as "Suzanne," leadhaug "lady" in, Anni Arbor "Cotton Stockings" which opens Mon- few people{ day at the Whitney theater, has eight time wereI complete changes of costume. Thisf ly traJining male "grl" is expected to burlesque1 eMhandsot lr1"her" part evenl better than last year. Water Color Exhibit Shows Vast Variety Of Technique Water colors can be, used to suiti blotchy...…

November 04, 1923 • Page Image 2

…S'oGN TWO THE MICHIGAN' DAILY SUNDAY] NOVEMBER 4, .1923 ' aftd ithe BARTRON HENDERSON GREEN CURITINS. ' The Servant In the House", and T'here is a peculiar ipressin onI "Ka therine Parr.' Yet no matter how the tinipus aoncetrning Poessor Hot-- praiseworthy the prormriances may iter play podtuttionfl..lasses.' be there are always many in the aud- Somechow to the mido the casual ieoce who are prejudicd andl hurt by publithetre is lise sentim...…

November 11, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, i923 De Pachmann-- -- Chopineer ORLA\NDO BEEDE If a child prodigy is made to per- t the psycology -student in dscovering form efore large audiences, then why the subject of de Pchmsann'e thoughts, ehould not a valuable gentleman do I anti also it i helpful to the studnt the ame? One overlooks little faults of- interprtation n realizing te pi- in the child's pesentation and inter- nost's tota...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 2

…r QE Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1923 ad The 1 K 5H 73AGL ROBERT BARTRON HENDERSON SOMETHING TO MAKE YOU WISE. they are determined to beat the duf- In a fascinating room filled with fers in New York that furnish our bric-a-brac from Tunis two gentle- present dramatic rubbish, and elevat- men with passionate enthusiasm were ing it in that they hope to gain as tling inn of the ness plans of -the fervid an' apreeiation for Ibs...…

November 25, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAOX Two T17HE MICHIGIAN DAILY SUNDAY,, NOVEMBER 25, 1923. U II~ r U S ~ 1 1 ~ 1 , at the people, or accepts the foregone to do it for him; nor must he, attempt S o n o ro u s s at conclusion that a democracy in a to usurp anyone else's share. country, matterslite Either-cn ception mo c a yi i equally tenable; one mseans But who ia capable and who is not alittle an the other. c apale of participating in govern.- D m c a yThe prerequisite fo...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…LitRSDAY, NOVEnMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TTIRE9 APOINT DIRECTOR OFE omn PKYSICALEDUCATION IIrc - *Women who left clothes in their WILL Alb STUDENT TEACHERS gymnasium lockers last year may re AND ASSIST WITH ATH- claim them until 5 o'clock today LETICS vhen they will be disposed of in some manner. This extension of time for this was granted mainly because only Miss Ethel McCormick, formerly as- a few women seemed interested in cal...…

November 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…NOYV1I,'MBIR 2, 1923 THE MIC%-HIGAN DAILY ~-~- SORORITES iPIAN Famous Woman Clavecinist To PANHELENICBALL Play In America L~m TEASJJ Read The Daily "Classified" Columns Read the Want Aids SBff INV1DIE lan -STAMPED returns o: the Y. IV.C. A. lnancial rT A 'INAT Women Will C'ampu s be Hostesses at Large Function for First Time PRtOCEED)S OF TICKET SALE TO AID) MICHIGAN LEAGUE Fior the first time in the history of the University, sororiti...…

November 03, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THiR1 i .W.KC A.DRIVE TOTALS English Peeress E labor Canddate $5300 FOR THRE-DAYS - TEAM ®CA1PAINL1) BY IIT .[ Y BROADlEAI), '4, STILL I i ;;:" LEADS : " Reslults of the Y.W.C.A. $1,500 finance :~ cmmih'n vesterdar~v sholwed '697.05 was especially stressed so te~at all wo- :Louis and his bride spent part of their !,that Lady Louise and the Swedish Imen it, the University will feel free h...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…' SL NDAYV, NOVE:hMBE1R 4, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAIA LY . .. _ , PROFESSOR HAYDEN, ADDRESSES gA.A1 U.W Gives Im~pres'sionL of Cftaditioiis Of Fife In Fair { Fast :360 WOMEIN ATTEND FIRST MEETING OF ASSOCIATION i + Wife0 f otedthat he was pleased with the work of1 Vioinst to s IMAL ODES ACETE the cast, which has developed consid- Violnisterable new talent. The cast is also ainu mn~i~niir fl~Ijenthsiaticover ther play and pros- Communist Riot...…

November 06, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1,923 THE MTCITGAN. DAILY . . .....,:.. ...,.,. ........._..r., a, Y C;Ao EXCEEDS flhl~nhlihl flirafih Y'. W. Christmas Workshop To Oe 'f , I i^ c _ 7 It lii ~II~mIIIToys' and other gifts will be made 11111 I Ragain this year for the children o" the Iinm niui ~hospitalI by menibcls of the *University Ass Dilv tgii 1a i iio we ntti t flt, *ti openi from 2 to 5: 0o'clock W edrics- $172730 (ay and Thursday .this week ...…

November 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 39) • Page Image 3

…Gr", NOVEMBDER 7, 1923 WEDNESDAY, THE MR."HIGAN .DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY K flflA F i3. ie winners carried the ball bd- peded nrcgressatindn de quick plays eta vs. ' PP K A iiii[[..Il ALPMi e G ve F id y oL *1 1 T o twen the posts in the first, second, and the completin of passes amost ply ,I ) ! I :~and forth quarters of the game. Pi'.itpossible, f hi at1mtd stg ole Kappa Kappa Eammo, KappaAlh M R S c jA Le g eP ry'Al womosn doing socia...…

November 08, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

…TI{URSDA1Y, NOVEMIBER 8, 1623 THE ICHIGAN DAILY . .. , 1 : .. . x .. t , . :. ,. ;. : .. . . ADYISOR TALKS TO, PONICALMA Mfrs, Molly Price Cowls De a beg ganuization of, Campaign Dilstricts Or.. FITED)A DlERF EXPLAINS WORK OF UNDERGRADUATES Mrs. Molly Price Cook, campaign Vdvisor of the University of Michigan League, and Frieda Diekhoff, '24, un- dlergraduate representative of ;,the ,eague, attended a 'dinner which was given last night...…

November 09, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…91 23 w, THE MJCHI7GAN DAILY PA, ~~IJtIBARifCES pfNEB omiesBugS HCEY TOURNMENT I and May Do", and "Treasure Hunting of Today"; "Teaching as a Vocation";, w omen"Law", "Some Myths of the Law" 0 fl~ Cfland "The Law", by Dean Henry M. __________________ Bates of the Lo~w school ; "Medicine", . . " Research in the Medical Sciences", All women who have, been making "The Profession of Medicine", and, posters for the Panhellenic ball are "The Lure...…

November 10, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…I? RDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1923 TEMICHIGAN DATLY _ _ - - _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ COMI T TEE ON SPEIAL[ 1CO NSIDERS ILEAGUE CAMPAIGN CiIAIR, CFEN FOR SIXTEEN DISTRICTS Names of potential leaders for the iiixteen.Univers3ity of Michigan League Scampaign districts of the United ~$States werc discussed at a meeting ofe Staes were discussed at a meeting of ' ~the central committee on special sub- scriptions of_ the League, which wast <" eld Yes...…

November 11, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

…r; SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1929 H IHIA AL THE MlCHIGAN. DAILY ... ---- - tt ti IS 1I $. i . e k , ey 4 7 ' is K 5 fi LEAGUE OUTLINES DRIVE DIVISIONJS Masques' Annual PayWill Have Arabia;i Nights Thele r3 biin nizhts storvr 1e'1imf wxith flit to e i t i Alumnate Committee 1)hIdes Coi~nfr y Into 1A8 Distric'ts VorI Campaign: MICHIG~AN LEADS WIV-1 AORE THAN 4200 ALUMNAE An outline dividing the countryinto sixteen districts for campaign ...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…______ _____THE MICHIGAN DAILY President Burton and Mrs. Burton' ll4cad LI.st for Panliellenie Function FIRST ALL-SORORITY DANCE WILL BiE HELD NOVEMBER .30 Patrons and patronesses for the Pan- hellenic ball to be given by the Mich- igan Inter-sorority assocition on Fri- day, N'ov. 20, at. Granger's dancing academy have accepted the invitations extended to them by the committee in charge. They are President Marion L. Burton, and Mrs. Burton, D...…

November 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…THE IM11CHIGAN DAILY KAPP KAPPA GAMMAS WIN SORORITY FINALS Kappa Kappa Gamma walked off with the championship of sorority Maaes.Hotel In Wdahington Y W. C. A. AND LEGION SELL 15J100 POPPIES' :,, Y . . .,,. i hockey teams yesterday afternoon 'when they defeated Kappa- Alpha ~Theta with a score of 7-0. When the game started the Black and Gold team . gave promise of giving the Light and Dark Blues a run for the victory, but.:., they were de...…

November 15, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…TI]URESDA2Y, NOVEMBER. 15) 1923 THE MICHIGCAN DAILY Ji The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a regular business meeting at 5 o'clock today in Newberry hall. All girls' who can mnake posters or who would be willing to do some work to help make money for the University] of Micthigan League building are askedI to call Doris Crouse at 452, or sign upj on the list; which is posted in Barbour gymnasium. All members of Mumnmers who can usher for the...…

November 16, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

…16, 1923 THE M1CHTGANWDAILY has elected the following officers :' Ly- ( I~f fice of the dead of women for a re-3 [AS CK IIAi(a Felske, '24, president; IHelen Lockef Ufund of 25 cents.' Those -who have "HCEAsceayndtartr.O ! secrtaryandtreaurer Ipot pald are required. to pay before 4IA -lO AM r A Jth notn. seilwlllaeMd TLW I 11WE 'I hertunseca wl laealyvern Initiae ison for Annl Arbor tomorrow night.' - Permission to ta vernight either in wQU...…

November 17, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…17, 1'923 THE MlIHIGAN DAILY nv ... ..:. .. 4 M~ICHIGAN LEAGUE 'Woma Dir es EET fI~ Large Busnes I __._ ._. _ _ _a._ _ _ _ __ .i LT' F'AT f196f 7 .# TTf I l r rln' n'" O V TS 1 IJ j} 1 X ..J . i;:Y, y . 'Mrs. Edwiard D. Pomneroy, of Chicago, Heads Building Assoclatlon Executives ANNOUNCE PERSONNEL OF ALL CyOMMITTEES FOR CAMPAW~mN1 Officers for the University of Mich- igan League for the coming year wereI 'lprpointed 'at a 'ieeting of'th...…

November 18, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…" 18, 1923 THE MICHIGAN D AILY, .y ,.f.omen'..a..y AINOUCE JNIOR oungest Officer GIRLS'_PL9AIDAT WIl Gie F ie Perfiormanices A ,Whitnzey TIheare Beginnzing March 19{^rI I ROFESSOR JOHN. R. BRU)PLi1.M AGAI TO )IR ECT L'RO1)ICTIO'N, The twentieth annual Junior Girls' play will be given by the class of 1925 on March 19~, 20, 21, and 22, writh.: a' matinee oni the last flay at the Whit- ney theatre. The play is. being se- lected and d~ates. ...…

November 20, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

… 20, 10 23 THE MICHIGAN. DAILY Stude I- M. o I 1 To Rebuild School In Japan S. S t Members of the University Girls' Glee club are requested to be I res-3 ent at the meeting at 4:15 o'clock to- day. Important business is to be trans- acted. Tickets for the Panhellenic ball will, be on sale this afternoon at Barbour gymnasium as follows: For members of league houses from 3:30 to 4:30j o'clock; for members of dormitories,a from 4:30 to ...…

November 21, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…WEDNE+.SDAY, ANOV EMBER I.21, 1923 { - the intermission, Marian Miller, '24 to be given Dec. 1 were issued Monday Members of Wyvern society are ask- PA v L N g B LL IWIIl give a solo dance. Iby the sophomore womn. All fresh- ed to call any day thi'week for blue- Programs for the dance have been I~tl men women will be sincerely welcom- books to be sold i the houses, at the secured having silhouettes of a danc- ed. Women's League booth, Univer...…

November 22, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 52) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, NOVEM(BER 22, 1923 THE MICHICAN DAILY PACE THRM rninn I T.pFACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB WILL books to be sold in the houses, at the gymnasium. All members are asked! Any members of the Y. W. C. A. IU IVO j ENTERTAIN AT TEA FRIDAY r Women's League booth, University to be present and to hand in their who are interested in variou phases rhall.committee lists at that time. of oster making, are asked to leave The Faculty Women's club will gi...…

November 23, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 53) • Page Image 3

…___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY Y~rw~r wr .-w w- -..w vo. - - a -+ e r 10H TEMS IEIINI An itemized account of all expendi- Lures made by the bazaar committeest In the sophomore, junior, and sell- should be sent to Rosalind Freund at I ior hockey ,games the scores were Helen Newberry residence before Dec. tied, necessitating practically a coin- 3. plete new schedule of games to de-" t ade the issue. However, in view of ~the fact that the freshme...…

November 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 54) • Page Image 3

…'THE MICHIGAN DAILY AlptI Will FIILLflW STUENAUMULTY M Elect HerJurdge ~I yBIig 3Maj orit WLL PRESEINT HOCKEY U 11 AFT. ER BASKETBALL CGAME OIN TUESD)AY Basketball for women will begin with a game at 5 o'clock on Tuesday No. 27, between students and faculty Following the match there will he a baixquet in the 'basement. of. Barboulr gyjanaslum, which all women are cor- dialy lpvltcd to attend.- At 'this time they hockey awards will be made, ...…

November 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 55) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923. THE MICHIGAN DAILY P IC' _ 5 PLAN DECORATIONSof [G1BZh Booth Arrangement Will Differ From That of Previous Years ALPHA PHI SORORITY TO RUN TEA ROOM FOR TWO DAYS Decorations for the Inter-church and Women's League bazaar to be held Dec. 7 and 8 in Barbour gymnasium have been designed to lend a Christ- mas atmosphere to the roorms in which the various divisions of the bazaar will be held. The ,booth arrangement...…

November 27, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 56) • Page Image 3

…3DAY, NON;EM BE+R 27, 1923 THE MICl-HIGAN DAILY PAGEI n ... rwr e +.+ ---------------- 7- , 1 , . ____ ___ ____ ___-- ----. DR. ADAMS WILL IBIIIONLFBESBMAN "Dncing The ighest Medium y ' ( ADDRESSWOM E Nl TU IN PUJY SIT FOB DC.1Of Spirtul Expressi'on "Wrh ^-D.Rndlh0.Aas ;~~the Clrcnts lb ray, il s ea t '- - teonheei .- M.- ------------___ scn etn of theyear of theAnn XR . ARION L. BURTON WILL It is not true that a person wh o does S...…

November 28, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 57) • Page Image 3

…3ER 28, 1923 THE MTV IG N ATLY ~E~R 28, 1923 THE MIGHTOAN DAILY I ADNNATHLETICI Three Farn 6"3M"rSwe Cup Presented t+ IbAst Mgt STIJPEATS PlWFEATI IN FIRST BASK] Athletic awards we] banquet given by the Yv' association in Barbour night. "MP Sweaters to the following girls fc ed 1,000 honor points: er, '24, E~lizabeth Lauver othiy Bogan, '24. The champions were annou Annabelle Burdick; jur delia; sophomore, Hie freshman. Margaret 3ux es t...…

November 29, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 58) • Page Image 3

… Of Presen tations Today,, ALMNE TO CNDUC Imported handnade linens , in filetl and cut, work,, includling, banquet clothes, luncheon sots, handk1erchiefs, negligees and m nY other artc e r to be put on- sale at Fosters3Art slop ! starting tomorrow= afternoon for the benefit of the Universit~y of ege apigiicd h e ia en under the auspices of the Alumnae, throu~gh Mrs. Nathan S Potter. wi1: conducted by Jiss Emnily Nas 'ier, o Chicago, wxho repr...…

November 04, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUN AT, NOVEMBE 4, 1923 THE MICI "A landscape to be seen has to be (George Santayana), from "The Sense composed, and to be loved has to be of Beauty" moralized. That is the reason why " is almost as harmful to be a rude and vulgar people are indiffer- virtuous fool as a knave." - (Teddy ent to their natural surroundings."- Roosevelt.) YOU will be more han satisfied ith the food and serviced at Tuttles Lunch Room 338 Maynard St. South of Majest...…

November 11, 1923 • Page Image 3

… SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 123 THE MICHIGAN DAILY gemus is prose to rest after hours tion of conscious inhibition. A true of breathless labor, and to gae ark genius rises easily and naturally above upon the creation before him. Often the distraction of the petty, Iasei, e is startled by its splendor, amazed ctonscious mind. The other, the less by its perfection. It seems a thin1 fortunate must in some way destroy strangely apart from him, a thin it...…

November 18, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE THREN Addenda to the Book of Ettiquette In the life of everyone there are MAXWELL NOW ELS portunity unostentatiously to display times when one feels that his conduct his exquisite taste. This display is ac- on certain occasions has been mnade- curring situations with the conviction souls the lynching bee still exists complishsed by applause. Applause quate-that If he had known exactly that our hi...…

November 25, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923. TH MIHI' A' AL PAGE THREE THICIANDIL AG HrR "Movement, after all, seemed futile travagant, absurd desire by a subtle to him. He felt that imagination could subterfuge, by a slight modification easily be substituted for the vulgas of the object of one's wishes." realities of things. It was possible, -from "Against The Grain" In his opinion, to gratify the most ex- by Joris Karl tHuysmans. YOU will be more than sat...…

November 01, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1923 ..,_... i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every .morning except Mondays during the University ycar by the Poard in Control of Student Pu lications.. Members of Western Conference Editorialt Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- Stled to the use for republication of all news" dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper ...…

November 02, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUL w.TI-IE MICHIGANl DAILY __ . rm n a 1 R CHIARLES1 MAYO ' o,,,, ",/r_ ° : D.Charles t. Mayo made several M U ROLL ( C M U astounding statements at the recent V J~FC M U OFFICIAL i1'EW3SPAPER OF THE meetng of the Amei< an College of _________ UNIVERSITY OF MIlCHIGAN Surgery with regard to the nefarious "UHE KUR practice of certain members of the1SUNETH MI I Pubished every morning except Monlay : E* o the Editor: during theSdn Univers...…

November 03, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…E'AGE 'FOUR' THE MfICHIGAIN ,DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923 a _ -against the organization. But now the' Ilni breaking into the most ighly', ________leducated and enlightened circles in OpFFICIA L N!" WSPAPER OF THEj the country. Ii'NVERSTY O Mi~IGANAlma college , an institution spon- cored by the klan, has established it- FTOATED ROL!LV lEDITORIAL COMMENTII pm d PiTYI ;ed t .~ry morning except M m'lay self in New J3ers'ey, Just a ...…

November 04, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…} PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1933 ... , Smodel of eloquence .although obvious- Q; I at1j ly(designed without any such inten- ----_______tion. To a generation which revels inE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE all manner of circumlocutions to avoid 'UI//N UNIVERSITY F thought, such substantial pabulum as WHERE THE KLAN FAILS Mr. Wickersham offered his listeners (The Npw York Times) Published every morning except Monday might ...…

November 06, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 38) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___._r__ , -_.._ 171 A t rtartt4t t1'1 I which, through the generosity of the ,rnnrranmnnnnnim/o!/rA'ilfl R 'i i W If Y 4JIIt4? I6(I 7" t b manager, was increased to more than ----two hundred. The action exemplifies OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TIHE a splendid and generous spirit.I UNIVERSITY OF ICRIGAN IIt has always been such generous' Published ievery morningbexcet Boa personal action that has nsured the du...…

November 07, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 39) • Page Image 4

…0 PAOTE il'Q1R __________THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVElMBER 7, 1923. 1 lending our aid to the solution of such, tr~tau 1"a t a problem of world wide import. OFFICAL NWSPAER OF1 IIr: The other night some s tut~ dents and UMVRSIY O MIIIIiAN a certain theater, owner of the city: Published every morning 'except Monday (dcashed, tihe result being that the the- dur'ing the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. ...…

November 08, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 40) • Page Image 4

…FOUR tK THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sedge or ability in athletics be barred j from participation). ---Does the task of instructing boys OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE to swim necessarily entail any "techni- UNIVERSiTY OF MIICUGAN cal preparation"? If not, why should' the Y. M. C. A. be considered any Published every morning except Monday differently than a municipal play- during the University year by the Poardin Contr ol of Student Publications. groun...…

November 09, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 41) • Page Image 4

…THE.MCHIGA.DAIL .. ___, _.. ..__ . __r_. fl j indid n his trip than his health or avisit to the historic tombs of our4PR L " -- = forefathers. Surely Lloyd George OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE must have seen that his absence from UTNIVERSITY OF MICIIG.N England at this' tinge was particular-' DEDICATED Ay desirable, as hie could watch the T Puibli lied> every morning except M4on'lay tmve vnsin that island em- JAMES K. POLK during the University...…

November 10, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 42) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1923 first. At once realizing the demoral- izing effect which such spontaneous Icharges will liave upon any team, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE and the desire for retaliation which Enot infrequently results, the Big Ten UNl VERSITY OF MICHIGAN 3 a representatives would merely be rec- 'ublished every morning except Monday ognizing a fact which coaches of base- during the University year b...…

November 11, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 43) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1923, ._.,. , _ .. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University, year by the Board ir Contr ol of Student Publications.1 Members of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news -, dispatches erezdited to it or jct otherwise eration with t...…

November 13, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY To the undergraduates who attended the conference, the spirit demonstrated NEWSPAPER OF THE 3ITY OF MICHIGAN cry morning except Monday versity year by the Board in dent Publications. Western Conference Editorial ed Press is exclusively en- e for republication of all news ited to it or not otherwise paper an4 the local news pub- he postoffice at Ann Arbor, ond class matter. Special rate :)ted by Third Assistant Post- by ca...…

November 14, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..........._.. _.. . - There can be no valid reason to con-I ~A ~ u I ~itan~ ~tt 4 test the advisability of adopting a con- ------- stitutidnal revision providing for the OFFICIAL N{EWSPAPER OF THE direct election of the chief, executive V141-ERtSITY OF MICiIGAN by popular ballot. Although cases :;uch as the Tilden-I-layes campaign of 1876 Published every morning except Monday' during the University year by the Board in ...…

November 15, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIG AN DAILY .......... , THE PURDITE EXPONENT DOES THE UNEXPECTED I) ~,,n m~mnrnftnrnfrnn~lfl a -Ah The recent one-sided loss of the OFFICIAL ?{EIVSJAPER OF THE Purdue football team to Ohio State UNIVERSITY OF 41H1GAN meant more than the mere loss of an{ Pubishd eer' mrnir~gexeptMonayathletic contest. It raised an unlimit- during the University year* by the Poard in! ed amount of criticism from the of- Conrlmtrol of...…

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