Search Results

Search Constraints

Search Results

December 02, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLD A) CONTINUEID FAIP TODAY Y Abr- VOL. XXXIII. No. 59 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1922 :, J PROGRESSIVE EN Flames Pour Forth From Shaft Of Mine, JOINTO OAAfer Explosion That Takes 100 Live UNOFFICIL BLOC LAFOLLETTE ASSEMBLES FORTY IN SENATE CHAMBERS FRIDAYYr-..rf *v 4 TO FUNCTION THROUGH x....,.,..."... ..:. .k : ".,r PRESENT PARTY SYSTEM.: Resolutions Passed Favoring Liberal Legislation in Various ,'.....…

December 03, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER FAIP AND WARMER TODAY d *frr VOL. XXXITI. No. 60 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 122 -----w--------5- _:._. CAMPUS FAVORS BEAAINFRTHEATER LOSSES J-HOP TICKETS LIMITED TO+650' Six hundred and fifty tickets will be sold for the 1924 Junior Hop, ac- ' cording to the agreemnt of the Hop committee made at its last meeting. Applications for tickets will be made I on special forms which will be -given I -l 9 ,1U UM out ...…

December 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… THE WEATHER RAIN OR SNOW; COLDER TODAY Y r it :43 AID THE RED CRASS CHRISTMAS WORK VOL. XXXIII. No. 61 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS -- t-- r! OCORTOTTRIUMPHS IN LOCAL DEBUT OPERA, A TH LETICS, AND POLITICS DISCUSSED IN DECEMBFR nCIMES OPERA, AHLETICS AND~ POIIC I~ ~EK AE I FRENCH ARTIST PROVES SELF VIRTUOSO OF PRODIGIOUS ATTAINMENT * 24 CHOPIN PRELUDES PLAYED INCOMPARABLY Phenomenal Treeniq...…

December 06, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLDER TODAY L 4w I§UU 4 AID THE - RED CROSS * I CHRISTMAS - .r_ _ XXXIII. No. 62 ANN ARBOR4 MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS FIRS' BUT IS IASTIC GARDEN SET T OVATION 'IN T APPEARANCE GREETED BY ENTHUS- ASSEMBlY IN HILL AUDITORIUM TINS AUDIENCE IART AND CHARM emands For Encores Dem- te Prima Donnas Pop- ul*arity Prominent Indian Calls On HardinL.[MarSays ....FI F Pt T q orrIs "Fascinating...…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER UNSETTLED; WARMER TODAY Now Pr f riA gm AID THE RED CROSS CHRISTMAS WO I VOL. XXXIIL. No. 63 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922 PRICE FIVE U S. ENTERS PLEA FOR OPEN STRITS AT SUBLIMEPORTE SELL NOTRE DAMEA Y New Radical Bloc Organizes CHILD ASSERTS FREE BEST FOR ALL TIONS PASSAGF NA- ALLIED PROPOSAL BAD BLOW TO SOVIET PLAN Paslua Considers New Proposition Sultable Basis For Dis- cussion (By Associated Pr...…

December 08, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLDER AND CLOUDY TODAY Y A6r .m Lim AIW t r VOL. XXXIII. No. 64 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922 U S~PROTESTS GREEK EXPULSION FROMTHEIR CITY JOINED BY FRANCE, ENGLAND AND ITALY IN FIRM STAND STATEMENT IS READ BY U. S. DELEGATE Government Takes Strong Position on Turk Proposal at Near East Conference Named As Italian Minister To U. OPERA W ILL PLAY S. SATURDAY NIGHTS E I Due to the. large demand for ticket...…

December 09, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…t4 tti AID THE RED CROSS CHRISTMAS WORK I .1 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMEBER 9, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS Y l HARD PLACES CIR Whimsies Appears Tardily, With Former Healthy Color SOIAnd New Sincerity Of Aim I Whimsies, rather thin and emaciated, object of her longings, and who all E ORE but with the same healthy tan, ap- her life wonders what it is all about. I peared on the campus yesterday, af- ter a prolonged confinement in...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…ie A tt I Section One f ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1922 PRICE FIVE CEN' Success fulRun Of "In And Out" Marked By FinishedA tmosphere BRITISH-FRENCH 'POSITION CLEARED BY LONDON PARLEY Mc Cabe AppointedI Football Manager By Marion Koch "Leave 'em and love 'em" is the send-off Michigan can rightfully give her 17th annual Opera after the last day of its performance here. To the announcers, Caries Murray, '25, and Verno...…

December 12, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…THEWEATHER RAIN o. 67 AGSOW T VOL. XXXIII. No. 67 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1922 GIVE SOME KIDDIE A CHRISTMAS PRICE FIVE CEN'T Approval of a plan whereby anoth- er football game may be added to Michigan's schedule was passed by the Senate council in its meeting held yesterday in the office of President Marion L. Burton. Prof. Ralph Aigler, chairman of the Board in Control of Athletics, gave an extensive report of the actions o...…

December 13, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER CONIrED COLD VOL. XXXIIL No. 68 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1922 GIVE SOME KIDDIE A CHRISTMA PRICE FIVE CEl s$7IN00, 00IAa Recall Meeting in 1920 The purpose of the convocation in 1920 was the presentation of Presi- dent Burton who was beginning his first year as Michigan's president, in an intimate manner to the student! body. He disclosed his plans for the University in a mannercthat was in- tended to create th...…

December 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…fbri!3au II1 SGIVE IA CHR ADIE ZISTMAS ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922 PRICE FIVE -C I T ' BURTON SPEAKS THIS AFTER'NOONi Astronomer Goes Isaac One Better NEED TACTION JOBS Two Sets Each Including Four Games To Be Issued By Athletic t Association OFFICE FIXES PRICE OF COUPONS AT TWO DOLLARSI Season tickets for this . year's bas- ketball games will be placed on sale Jan. 3 at the Athletic association tick- et offi...…

December 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER UNSETTLED; SNOW FLUB- RtIESTODAY *1 A tiA GOOD WISHES FOA THE HOLIDAYS VOL. XXXIII. No. 70 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENT UR 0 O ES BUIL'o I I G PL, - . Y pll. I II Y ! Y/IY IIIII YYrI iYtl Y/IrWl iiiiYtlY Y 1 Yi1 Y Y ".. FRM HEARING kI GERTYTI 1ii1ET IGOF ATT'Y - GENERAL. DECLARED OBJECT OF LEGISLATORS LIKENS PROCEEDINGS TO COMIC OP:FRA SHOV Committee Refuses to Permit Ninne- sota Rep...…

December 02, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 59) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PlrBear" Will Tansport Sortn FiGnanciers ToNorther-n grHunting round : ."..V._ ..... __ _ _ _ Work Of Students, Alumni Mak.?s Technic Attractive Continuing to live up to its estab- t;mith." Miss Sproat touches upon lished reputation, as the nest, edited facets of Dean Cooley's personality college magazine in its field, the Mich- that have made .him a national char- I ign Tehni forNovmbereasly, ur-acte:'. IanTcncfrNvme...…

December 03, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 60) • Page Image 2

…EY OFFICERS GIVEN 1-20 YEARS C )UNCIL'PASSES SMOKE ORDINANCE noke nuisances will be. eliminat- CRS CAME' G'REATEST GRQUP OF PLAYERSj EVER ASSEMBLED PLAYS AT COLU BU'Sa Columbus, O., Dec. 2.-"Brick" Muller, the University of California's All-Anmerican end, blocked a kick,, scooped up the ball, and ran 40 yards for a touchdown scoring a six to nothing victory for the West over the, East in an all-star football game played here today.I The tw...…

December 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 61) • Page Image 2

…THE !MICHIGAN DAILY ___________ .y be enrolled either in the literary; be at home to the women of the Uni- lege or in the School of Education.j versity earlier in the year. She plans I v DuORTY SELLS BOOKS possible through the co-operation of her will mark the final group that George 0. Bowen , of the Schoch of Waher's Book store.1 meets; at 7 o'clock tonight in Lane M;usic, following w hich the groups _______- hall..llsearae(nt,,, wpeios to...…

December 06, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 62) • Page Image 2

…0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Lady' Of 'In And Out-' lost Beautiful In' Cas t ____ BARDI KORFF LUS RECOJERY OF RM (Continued from Page One) there ij a surplus, but the lack of communication and transportation dloes not allow of much distribution." ;peaking of Ruasian foreign rela.- tioni Baron Korff showed that the Hague and Genoa conferences hate fbrought muany things to light, ;prine- pally that the Soviet governmnt wishes more than recognition....…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 2

…i 4Y4A%& l1A 11r 1 Ad a., I SENOB OM N M EIUnder the management of Miss SEIO W ME M ET Adam n e tfintensive coursel ________ TOin the leadership of Girl Scout work TOOT TO -.IV01I atJIW P191 at smith, Mt. Holyoke, and Vassar colleges. This ya h work is er1 All senior class women will meet at, de'veloped in the south and middle o'clock this afternoon in the' Women of thes senior class will west. A course of ten lessons in troop ague rooms at ...…

December 08, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 64) • Page Image 2

….,mpani..es TOSmb RI BE GITEN it NON aywork to be done during the holi- ;, ~day period are urged to call Miss m _____ TO fIVE OUTOORPLAY Foregn Students - I n 'y r Jt Assistant Announces Mlarriage Announcement has been madec narrage of Eileen Whitehead G~rime; assistant in the Botany departm e nit, a t ,.E l n o ,' 1 Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv. I I LSEY'S 1)i NJJRSES ARRANGE HOUJSE OF SES FOR ' 1I PLE AGET I. Chaperones for '...…

December 09, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 65) • Page Image 2

…... ,, i.R irily G s Opinions Air Head Appears Without tUniform, t nq With each FOUNTAIN PENT sale a mew Mechanical Pencil FREE OF CHARGE Declares Opera Galli- Curci or to stay that I do not CHINEJSE STUDENTS Wench s Aremeasure up to certain standards as WenhesArean ctrss.My art combines muic o ARIRANGE ADDRESS adthe drama and should be consid- Buxom ered in that light. From music I get i ss Edith M. Bader, of the Ann' _ ~ ~ ~ ~~m i...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 2

…, . LY , . .au....+ r.+ ...,nd.. a+rn rte. nu r r rrr 4w rrrr ' .. _, 1Hl~w~. LI INSURnw H ranan in. German1 Prison Never BURTDNQAT NEW Y.Heard of War! PRESIDENT O[UTLINES PROBLEMS CONFRONTING UNIVERSITY EDUCATION Speaking before the National Asso- ciation of Life Insurance presidents Friday night at the Hotel Astor in New York City, President Marion L. Burton emphasized the necessity of the collegestudent taking an "active part" in his ...…

December 12, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 67) • Page Image 2

…ui i *xcep at- - . Building Excevations Remnants of an ancient peat bog timated to be more than'50,000 years d have been discovered in the ex- of peat were washed into the gravel forming the bed of.the glacier, where they remained for thousands of years cavation for the new literary build- until the steam shovel again brought ing. None of the fragments discover- them to light. ed are large, while most of them are exceedingly small. Neverthe...…

December 13, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 68) • Page Image 2

…/ q sGiven J d-ear Y SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Emblems, TAKES 12 WOMEN ost's .final T'alk Sigma Alpha Iota, national lior ____________________ Iary musical sorority, pledged the fol- _u..,.. _... ... , AnotherrrDament Meet ., . -....... Gathering together for. the last time' hope is that they will be constant re-' loin1g girls, on Saturday afternoon: as a body; Michigan's 1922 undefeatedj niilders to you .of 'the service you ten-. Lucile Belil...…

December 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

…IlUU1JiIIII I flMtIRL 14IJU REPLETE W I TH '': c~gC - 1' i' ti' ' v:ns, brought the Hill auditorium ~'r~ly1~ ~4*&5j 'Twilight Organ recitals for the year to a close yesterday afternoon-witFr "Famit)? condition" in Russia are one of the finest programs presented not. lbatiing, buit are on tine increase. i s fa during the semester., A crowd The outltook for the future. is ver y.ograetinodnrysz'trc- lark ,"Tyr. CLcy Elliot, '11-m, of Flint;fgctrt...…

December 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

…z afternoon, Dec. 27, on "LandEcn! ENs1 1 PA omics as a Fieldof Inquiry and Its E but, J. B. Kincer, Ui. L. Shantz, and; COM VEN IU11 H RE, i0. F. Baker, all in 'government re-i. search work 'in Washington, will also speak on various aspects of land ec- onoiis. At 8 o'clock the same day, a flhIDftI~ uarii1111 round table onf various aspects of land VU1Ii~O VIUIIIU IIroun~d table on "Problems in Land _______Utilization" will be held. ReetWlim? ...…

December 02, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 59) • Page Image 3

…THE .MICHAIGAN -DAILY____ E'xhibit Shows Functions Of .library Departmenits In an attempt to acquaint the stu- the gradual imporvement in bindings dents more thoroughly, with the var- sdi ulclbais ious departments of the Library and The last section of the displayj thieir funictions, a special exhibicionz shows in detail the work done by 'tho" hasbee arangd i th loer or-extension department in supplying Woman Considered For Bench Vacanc...…

December 03, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 60) • Page Image 3

… Women Debate Ohio State I UIomen Tryouts for the Junior Girs' play will be held at 4 o'clock Monday and Tuesday afternoons in Sarah Caswell;t Senior society will meet at 7:15: "clock Monday evening at Betsy Bar- .our house.ss Dean Jean Hamilton will be at >. h~ome to University women from 4 to. r -6o'clock on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Due to illness the dean has not been able to be at home to the women of the Uni- versity earlier in the year. She ...…

December 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 61) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY SCORES ESCAPE DEA tI' IN WRECK . J . fMSTERLY ART OF CORTOT Star Of O era EXCELS IN LOCAL DEBUT"I An OtI (Continued from. Page One) number, in Saint-Saens "Etudes en forme de valse" andi "Boivee pour la 4main gauche seule", Allieniz's "Se- guidillas" andi Liszt's second H;ungar-I ian Rhapsody. The Saint-Saens num- bers are full of the felicities and in- genuities characteristio of that corn- pos5er, white th...…

December 06, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 62) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN, DAILY ..ter ,1 RISTMAS BAZAAR TO BE HELD THIS WEEL-ENDI xa Ye Each organized house is requested to send. a delegate to a meeting to be iHld: at 5 o'clock this afternoon in harbour gymnasium to discus:, thel question of interhouse basketball. ANTS FOR BOOTHS, CANDY .vv) 'TEA ROOM PRO. O1UESS SALEI ing booths at the bazaar dance which is to be given on Saturday evening in Waterman gymnasium, 'are asked to call M~ary Hobson...…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 3

…clim #y I lyiii f iWrY 1~ IVUILINUI M ~un OPENING JUNIOR PLAY LJAGA4E BOARD TO ACT AFTER OVERWIIE1,14N4 VOTE FOR PROJECT ~That the women of the campus are strongly in favor of opening the Sun- , f or Girls' play to the public is shown by the results of a vote which was taken byr the Horse of Representatives recently. One thousand, one hundred seventy-five women from the total of 1,620" students on the campus ex- pressed their opinion defi...…

December 08, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 64) • Page Image 3

…mmmo Il. . ......... , . 4 . ise+ * "_,,,, a ~7Th3 , 9" ,:, : ,: ., .,. v7d' * ' _ _ _ , _ _ _ h, . _ . . .. : .. j fts for 1: MVIL I theU d U For the handy man around home you can choose no Sgift more pleasing than a ,good tool. If you purchase *them here you are assured strong well-mia de tools that will .last a lifetime. And you wtill get them at *prices that are unusually reasonable. Hamme rsSaws * Chisels Planes. Pliers Wren...…

December 09, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 65) • Page Image 3

…OT1HE MICHI1CAN DAILY ,. :I Wht Will TheR D oWhnWe~ "What will: become of the rhetoric department when its Little Grey Home in West hall shall have been: wiped soff the face of the campus"? Some of the more pessimistic. of the campuis critics venture to prophe- sy-that when the 'rhetoricians have lost the home which has housed themy fwith such fidelity for so magy years tthey will all with one accord tender their resignations to the Board...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 3

…A r-M Alit, .1 AZ L7I1 \ 6 aa&iLa . . W, x _ ,_. i. Wrses Stage Carnival For, .. , . . LIUUI1 I IWlL IJUlIUlII II . Benefit Of Michigan League INSAL T MICHIG N:,___ _ Charlie Chaplin with all his antics which was visited by each guest in Xi chapter of Pi Lambda.Theta, na- was1present Friday evening at the turn, l and was always crowded. i tional educational fraternity for wo- s men, was installed here last evening, Christmas carnival gi...…

December 12, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 67) • Page Image 3

…men's league .booth in University hal or at the office of Dean Jean Hamil- M omenton, in order that they may be reached by the Women's league and invited to - - take part in the activities of Christmas vacation. Blue books for signing, up Deceinlwr pledges for life mebr have, been placed. at the league 1)ooth ship in the Women's league are now, in University hall and In the dean's duve. Several pledges have been{ office. carried over from last...…

December 13, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 68) • Page Image 3

… ~I1onen - Dr~. Iden's Bible class will be discoin- tinnied until after the Christmas vaca- I ionl.y _ , { _.. f ,. ..... ._,. . , w .. - .. ,, , , . . .. :' r _. t + l _ ., .. _ r s - f , , , .; , s , r -i All Y. W. C. A. pledges should he paid today without fail, at the office , . a: ° Chr'istmnas carol services will be ld at 4 ('(,lock this afternoon in the south parlor of Newberry hall. All .members are urged to attend.; I [ Decemb...…

December 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 69) • Page Image 3

…Vstmas Celebrated By Many Ptfrtfes To Cheer Poor Children Y.W. C. 'A. Holds Vesper Servic V U El I I y------ .. ; Dr. Ie's Bible class will be discos- Alth&: gl Christmas is yet moreI clothing anid toys for a child, who was tintied until after the Cli!,tmnas vaea- than a week away, it is being cele- entertained at a party TIuesday. Las't lioni. bae y ate n oto tedrevening Alpha Phi, Chi Omeg'a, and oraed y artes n ostof hedar ,Theta Ph...…

December 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

…______THE MICHIGAN DAILYV 0 allr I ... All dolls which were taken from the Y. W. C. A. to be dressed for the hos- pital children, which have not b~een turned in by tonight, should be taken to the social service department" of the University hospital before Wed- nesday, Dec. 20. Y. W. C. "A. pledges which have. Uot, been paid should be miailed Immed- iately to Helen Aubrey, 123, 816 For- est avenue. Chaperones for the dances this week end a...…

December 02, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 59) • Page Image 4

…THE MICIGAN DAL.Y 'SATI 11((as many reproductions could be made mJ~JatI. f romt the original as desired. Now is' the time to inaugurate suchi WEILNEW:1'jAjElt 4)F VIE a plan, The University is undergoing r 'zt'E 4 OF113'iiGA.N drastic changes. It will be a different rWllt~t i r ver'y rmg exceplt Monday Alma Mater We s hall find when we dUriuw ;Iii t~nversit yvear by the Ihoard in return in a few years. To the senior. C,-,troiref Studce fPu...…

December 03, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 60) • Page Image 4

…_______THE MICHIGAN DALY wide, and bloody score, and beat the cIN AND OUT" finest girls' school of ti~e nmddie west, With the opening performance to- morrow night at the Whitney theater Northwes rn,. Well, we heat .',AC. of this year's opera, "In and Out,:' semc li Mimes of the Michigan Union will pre- Etae lg sent their seventeenth production to The shovel will soon have to throw the public. the sand at the, trucks. The blades i t osatyicesn...…

December 05, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 61) • Page Image 4

…TUESDAY, FOUR THE MICHIGAN DALY - -- --- ~ - _ _ _^ wihphilosophy. and science as it is ' - v ~rfffftuh ntecasom eua .._.__._.__._._- --- - monthly social programs are arrang- t u RO L OFFICIAL INE1SPAIPEli OF 'rite ed. The student is encouaged to think UNIVEIISITY OF MIHIGAN of the church as a place for inspira- Published every morning except' Monday tion, and diversion, as well as wor-, OTE5 during the tUniversity year by we cb,,nia ,...…

December 06, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 62) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DA.LY ?1 "OFFICIALNKE WSPAPER (OFW TI1lE Published every miorning excetpi Monday during the University Year by the Boardit Control of Stude::. Publicationa. Member of Western Confierenice I dnia Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of al news dispatches credited to it or not other' wise credited in thjis paper and the iuca, news published therein. Ew~ered at the postoffice at...…

December 07, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 63) • Page Image 4

…TH EMICHIGAN D'YTHIURSDAY, -. I CHAM4W[\, rOT IDYING Critics who have been predicting O SR L °--the passing of jazz music have waited OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THlE in vain to see their predictions real-' ' " UNITERSITY OF MICHIGAN ized. The wierd moaning of the sax-111ThIREE HSNNSR Published every morning except Monday ophone continues to please AmericanlIH~NA O during the University year by the Board in dancers.IIN! Bunt jazz music, while not b...…

December 08, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 64) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DA.LY________ OIFFICILt NEWSjPAIPER OF THE >EUllied every nn~rnng (eXcvl Monday during the Uinivtrsity year by the B,ird tol Control of 6tude_ t 4ulicar,"on. Member of. Western Cut.ience E1At~eiUt ASsociation. The Assuciated Press is exclusively en- titled to the 'use toi republication of all news dispatches credited to. it or not other- wise credited ton Pxis paper and the local news Published therein. various colleges and th...…

December 09, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 65) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAlY 'SATURD _ ._. _ _ .. .4 tionize manufacturing were soon ac-s quired in this country. Industry be-E gan to boom, and thousands of people OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE forsook the plow for the new machine UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN propelled instruments. The CivU War Published every morning except Monday not only caused the south to emigrate during the University year by the Board in but also New England. This resulted' Control~ l ...…

December 10, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 66) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAl .. x. ... -.ice ,,.. ,. .-.,.. .,-,.-- --" ,.. - -.. .- -. ..-..-- ....-..--.- ._:. --, I o~r la ati i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF TH E UNIVERSiTY OF AICH11AN Published every morning except Monday! during the University year by the Board in' Control of Stude::t Publications. Member of Western Coaference Edauiaii Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches cr...…

December 12, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 67) • Page Image 4

…Yss i- . . . . . .. , , ,., . .:. ..,. :..:w.. ,.; TREA;.T THlE XLDDIES. IThe children are the ones who real-' -________________--- ly enjoy Christmas. University stu- OFFICIL TE1YS1APER OF II 'dents have long since forgotten the. UNIVERtSITY OF 3.HCII WAS .Joys of believing in "Santa Claus" and: t'ublishrd eve!y imorning except Mondav pondering reverently and almost wor- Cotntheo 5Uniers iy year the Ildid shipingly over a Christmas tree. ...…

December 13, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 68) • Page Image 4

…^ . ,, .,,_ _._ ...y.. ._.___ k. Hik 1 -. .. .-, . . . . , OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE Publishied every morning except Monday1 duing tu he University year by the Board in Control of Studer t- Publications. -~ - I,~ ft s holders of the two attitudes above discussed. Campus. performances and s;tudlent entertainments as a wholej have the support of The Daily, but wherever it is felt that adverse criti- cism may effect some constructive purp...…

December 14, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 69) • Page Image 4

…THE MICH-I ,AN DAI LY ___ o *r ~n B 1 what' violent change has come over', the offspring of man in the last get- eration that that offspring should ex- OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE hibit traits never dreamed of in his UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN parents, like the bewilderment of the Published every morning except Monday chicken that has hatched out duck- aing the University year by the Board in lings and finds that although they re- ntrol of Stude...…

December 15, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 70) • Page Image 4

…. +;3 E , THE MICHIGAN DALY FRIDAY, DEC wishes for an enjoyable holiday sea- son, a Merry Christmas, and the Hap- _ I =T piest of New Years. 01 FICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN j CLEXENCEAU'S VISIT f i Arm AA Rlu L BON VOYAGE EDITORIAL COMMENT JwL.fAST EDITION OF Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Stude-t Publications. Member of Western Conference Edtorial Associa...…

December 02, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 59) • Page Image 5

…CE~1BER2, 1922THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' k '' / j ' '/ y ,: , .. . " ~\ , % 1. } tl r,"" [ i .. i" i ' - i C L41 f .. -' < Id - -------- -- kin r I Tie,, Schultz' Grocery T0 OW kor PREFOODS VOIJ CAN DO BETTER AT LE)IBLE'S MEN U PHONES 326-327-328 114-116 E. WASHINGTON MREAKFAST Grapefruit Cinnamon Rolls Oatmeal / Coffee College fInCooked Food Prepared by HOTEL 'SHERMAN, Chicago Wis are pleased to annouince that these tempt- ...…

December 03, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 60) • Page Image 5

…ME MICI DAILY tH I AL :,.,. .. ... .....r,.---' .,.....^.....- ,.... . STARTING TODAY r 1w loqq CC)NS 'I I ;i 1 v, fi l .ij14 FunThi 11 Ads /1 i 1, s._ ,, ITS STAGE SUCCESS ECLIPSED BY SCREEN SPLENDOR. '~ItlU f S EV E hAL Million Have Laughed and Cried Over This ~i~iU JilLove C'Vale of Little flig Toy, "199 Per (Cnt A terican! I1Ill IIGirl" Who Proves To B~e Not of Chinese Blood After 11111 ~Al1, But An Anmerican Girl Wil...…

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan