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February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…ejl A&j uri~ujan-At ASSOCIA PRES DJAY .INI) NMGl SER.VIC ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. PRICE THI i # _ s I p I Changes in Courses MAKE ,M An Is Editor's Note - Any changes in courses or special announcements should be sent in to the City Editor the 1 day before the change takes place. Economics 38-The lecture meeting in this course for the first week only will be held at 3 o'clock in' Room 101 S Ec., instea...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…WIC 4 I'1 1.1 ;eJ M4 I * ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. ,. . _ .. .; Of ENGINEERING CURRICULA CONTEMPLATED Cooley Explains New Five Year Course Planned by Faculty )bable revision of the course of es for Engineers, making an elec- course of five years, after which Master's degree would be con-; 1, is one of the important chang- ntemplated in the discussion now g place among the Engineering ty. Cooley Explains rega...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… rI 43 PA tj _ r. n iv .i 'N SER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY- 19, 1920. t r Ionflicting Date Of Prom Changed lb prevent conflict with the J-Hop I the later dances of the engineer- and literary colleges, the date of *oph Prom has been set tentative- for Friday, March 19. The deci- a to submit this date for approval s reached at a meeting of the Soph >m committee. held yesterday after- NEW DATE FOR LIT CHANGES Because of d...…

February 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…I ' fte I XV A Ap at I wij, DAY ANI) NI( SERVI A' t, i { - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. PRICE THREF PRTflFI TTTP1~'1~ . ,. -- 3 [LINES, ITFORM IVENTI ON ENTRALIZATION T OF EXE- VE ATION OF FORE VOTE i TWENTY STUDENTS RECEIVE ALL, A'S More Names May Be Added to List When Students Make Up Exams Identlal Powers More Than/Those of Any ign in World To date the list of students in the literary college receiv~...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…rw r Ai& A t Lat 4 I DAY AND NOIGI / SERVICE a \ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. PRICE THR Mi Y r ... INTS GIVES $400,000 LIBRAR' .._.___ LL INCLUDED :ZATION T WINS BY TWO VOTES dict Defeat When Placed presentatives, Despite First Defeat a ssociated Press) Feb. 20.-Universal mil- as a part of the future y of the United States in principal today by the y committee, which de- argin of two votes that ganizat...…

February 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

….Z '1 I 11 I 00 ,'' 30 ,L, I- ANN AR13OR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920 F KOREAN PROFESSOR TO TO SPEAK TONIGHT PT EDf Speaking on the subject, "America Go East," Prof. Homer B. Hulbert, for A 23 years a resient of Korea and a confidential advisor of the emperor of CHANGE Korea, will deliver the principal ad- dress at the third University Union STATES IS service to be held at 6:15 tonight in S Hill auditorium. OF ITS Professor ...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

… pgan DAT AND ~ SIR ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920. PRIC U' nr iRCE .WILL EN(TER 1LNTY TO STOP REVOLT" ENT AGENTS 4AKE ARRESTS Le, Prohtlb jon Director ii States, Secures sbciated Press) * 23. - Auexpedition of prohibition ine the peninsula was started ight. )alrymiple, Federal pro- tbr for the cent'al h -'a party of prohibi- r Iron County, Michi- uty officials have been overpowered Federal en contrabrand liquor de...…

February 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

…r ' r,, Ki z14.e it" ., p I r 1I!bU ttlx V' DAY AND N1 SEBV -1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. PRICE 0 11 ll VETO 0o BILL UITY ARE ASIDE ISLATION'S i RILL TEST TUTIONALITY ectIons Are 'Unfair to and Burden to overnmen aciated Press) aeb. 24.-Railroad la- ight to ask President he railroad reorgani- memorial to be sub- late tomorrow the f the 2,000,000 union luest the president to iature from the meas- an pres...…

February 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…T1 1A 0001 } '4 . OA SERF] ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. PRICE r ES TODAY: REPUBLICANS PLAN TO ORAIEHERE .Aichigan Graduate Dies While On Way To Secure body Of Dead Son Dues for the sophomore lit class will, be collected from 9 to 12 and frpm 2 to 5 o'clock today and, Friday in the corridor of 'Qpiversity hall. The fee includes the assessment for both the first and the sdeQnd semesters, the total of which is ...…

February 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…op 0 i pi Li r1 DAY AND N SEE f' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. PRICE THRE CE SOLDIERS MAY GET Nu CALM RESTORED IN5D S MEDICAL AID HERE O ninrn~ RUM WAR DISTRICT SEwill not be necessary for dis- B I DIN T AEs R U e reI d R Te fl Y E N U OV E T Y IP."L E VItb n c s rUrBIron R iver, F eb. 26.- Calm is re- charged sick, or disabled soldiers to1stred here, following departure UT apply to the ULnitel States - public Maj. A...…

February 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

… lii k '0 wt t an t . DAY AND NII SER V Ar II ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. PRICE. MINIMMIM IIIMilIII INIIIIIIIIII II IIIII I I I I I I II MP R ICE- r I _ _ T ENGINEERMEETINGS j i uId~i FICIALS ADVOCATES IN BUILDING asses All Previous ace the Sixth highway en- early every inty highway kc part, came Freshmen To Have Assemblies Every Wednesday in University Hall Announcement has been made by the mentor...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…2T4 r -J t t Jar V DAY AND MGH SEE VIC] ;.: ' 4 .. - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. -Z)- F. L. A. STRAUSS PPROVES DORMS Louis A. Strauss, who has just I from the conference of deans isor's of men, where a resolu- xoring university control of conditions, when asked as xtent to which the introductian 's dormitories to Michigan change the present situation Petition for Bladkets for Varsity Men Allowed; Hockey and Swi...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 2

…UJNIVERSITY during the Univer- Publications. D PRESS itied to the use for Sit or not otherwise lished therein. Michigan, as second iard street. fned, the sig- n evidence of Daily at the 'Daily office. n. No xnan. Dostage. entirnents ex- STAFF' In tne second place, How does a man acquire knowledge of these activities so that he will not be wasting time-in "chasing something he knowsnoth- ing 'about?" The handbooks which are given all first y...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…,'11 I. .W ing. It welcomes students from every department irrespective of class or previous experience and re- quires only a serious interest in the work and a genuine desire to serve both The Daily and the University. It is not unusual to find students from every department on the campus working on The Daily and cases of medical, law, and engineering students who are working merely for an incidental knowledge of journalism, are far from r...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 2

…rf . e?"' Scond ts ex- FF r.,HARRY M. CARRY All .*] argu ..........Joseph A Mark K. Fhlbert ison Dorothy Monfort . Riley. MinnieyMuskatt reber Anna McGurk ke Winefred Biethan Angell Samuel Lamport obleski Robert D. Sage Thomas J. Whinery S STAFF lone 960 ...PAUL E. CHOLETTE Ld all D. P. Joyce Robt. ommervill Arthur L. Glazer P. P. Hutchinson rrnation cocerning news for any night editor, who has full charge it; k are as follows: ho...…

February 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…iR OF THE UNIVERSITY ICHIGAN . except Monday during the Univer- trol of Student Publications. ASSOCIATED PRESS exclusively entitled to the use for tches credited to it or not otherwise local news published ,therein. t Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second mail, $3.5o. buildingMaynard street. ditorial, 2414. ceed 300 words, if signed, the sig- ar in print, but as an evidence of 1 be published in The Daily at the tat or mailed to The Dail office. recei...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 2

… I deny that Coach tion, is doing his C Univer. :cond street. hie sig- mne of at the entime alts ex- ......HARRY MCAREY y Brewster arnpbell e John Y. Dakin .dams Tornton Sargenjr. ........ s.....C. Cam bell .... .ciart .Margueite Clark .Joseph A. Bernstein kman Mark K. Ehlbert Dorothy Monfort Minnie Muskatt Anna McGurk Winefred Biethan Samuel Lamport Robert D. Sage Thomas J. Wbinery ....PAUL E. CHOLETTE .LeGrande A. Gaines, Mark B. Co...…

February 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 99) • Page Image 2

…' Sstreet, Ssined, the sig- its -x- drawal from tne university, tne proposal seems to have every point in its favor. THE PUNCH GLASS The old tin drinking cup had its day and has now been relegated to oblivion along with roller towels, uncertified milk, and the family tooth-brush. But how about its more fashionable sister-the punch glass, which moves in more pretentious cir- cles ? Is it the intoxication of the social whirl that makes us who...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…;II " " " : was it is C UCHL nt ne. Graham or , as second The idea of having a school owned book store is by no means a new one, .It has been tried out in many colleges and has proven a great success. Case is even better situated for installing such a store than most schools. We have the large Case club building where room could be found for such a store. Freshman caps could also be sold at the *sclfool book store at cost. Each term,...…

February 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

…the Univer- tions. the use for not otherwise therein. ;an, as second -ds, if signed, the. Sig- but as an evidence of A in The Daily at the A to The Daily office, nsideration. o man ncloses postage. e the sentimenits ex- .....HARRY M. CAREY Brewster Campbell ohn I. Dakin ms Wornton Sargen r. .... .... ' . .... .... .. . Campbell ...... J. P, Hart ..... ... Mlarguerite Clark . .........Joseph A. Bernstein an Mark K. Ehlbert Assistants Johnson...…

February 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…onday during the Univer- udent, Publications. asively creite l news nn Arb ED PRESS titled to the use for to it or not otherwise ihlished therein. Michigan,.as second n. Arbor Press building, -Maynard street. 3usine, 9g6o,;*Editoriarld2414. rations not to exceed 300 words, if sig'ned, the sig- essarily to appear in print, but as an evidence of ices' of. events "will be published in The Daily at the the Editor, if left at or mailed to The Da...…

February 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…ell-tale paths across the campus, ts that were 'made by lazy feet ipters sometimes slyly vamp us e indirectness of concrete. To forsake an, as treet. We are prone to be in far too big a hurry And we think that one more track will do no harm So we just increase our speed a bit and scurry Straight across-(we always did it on the farm). Then again and then againit was so easy, We repeat the little trick till after while, We go swagging across...…

February 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…RSITY the Univer- CIATED PRESS' :ly entitled to the use for dited to it or not otherwise ws published therein. Arbor, Michigan, as second rd street.. ing Mr.'or Miss So-and-So of the School of Music; but at the May Festival, which is the greatest mus- ical event of the year, we have a right to demand artists of the first rank. Music lovers from all over the surrounding country come to attend the Festival and these, together with the local p...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…Univer. to the.use for or not otherwise °d therein iigan, as second x. of American living certain manners and methods of selection have grown up and have become so firmly rooted that their endurance is assured. And the rest of' us must attempt to adjust ourselves to the rules of the game. ONE KIND OF INEFFICIENCY What is\he use of preparing a lesson that is to be learned and then to be forgotten as quickly as possible by the student? Yet a ...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

…disposed of by Chicago, Feb. 7, 35 to 10. This was the only game played in the last two weeks by the Gophers and places that team in a tie for sev- enth °place with Ohio State. Indiana, SLas a result of the 50-50 split with Iowa, ranks in fourth place, which has been disputed between Indiana and Iowa since the Hoosier defeat of Northwestern, 32 to 11, Feb. 4. As the race in the Conference nears the end, it seems that three teams stand out and ...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…U 11 El JI ISSUES BASEB LL I-I L. a _ . . o PRACTICE TARIT TOA INTRAMURAL NO Coach Mitchell, direc tramural athletics, ha into his new quarte 3 of the Press buildin 2268. MTIIE tor of in- aS moved MINNESOTA,21 srs. roam I to an inexperienced quintet. Now that there are three experienced men, Rychener, Wilson, and Karpus, the team should move more smoothly, and make up for the early season set- backs, Close TWO FRATERNITY sb, Pho...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 3

… sor I 11IIOLNIIU IJILL1 Promise to Strengthen. ity for 1920 -ae- [ULE MAKES BIG LAYERS NECESSARY d baseballs sailed yes- m in, Waterman gym-, me of the first varsity ce. Coach Lundgren's ates was answered by I, including a number men and varsity play- tt indoor practice con- li LuI posi- urnout was small, but a num- nen expected out were unable into action today. The holes he team by graduation offer an t opportunity for men with I experi...…

February 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…,ve an opportunity to meet a donal boxer who will be here eek. The coming of the pro- al furnishes almost an inval-; .IGHT DRILL FOR VARSITY O iT uable opportunity to men who have; hopes of some day becoming highly proficient in the "manly art," and it1 is hoped ,that a large number will avail themselves of his presence. Easy Scrimmage Given Varsity by Coach Mather for Chicago Contest 1IRKHOFF AND HINKLE, MIDWAY' CT A R. . 11171 R ARvEI! If...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 3

… bVNIIVLN I NTONIGHT- etball Team Cominlg With Lon of Repeating Vie- y of Last Month QUINTET OUT TO MIDWAY AGREGATION MANAGERS, NOTICE! All regularly elected class basketball managers are request- ed to report to Manager Mitchell at once. In the case that no manager appears one will be ap- pointed for that class. UNIVERSITYSWIMMVTERS ports from Chicago indicate that Mlaroon basketball squad, which es In Ann Arbor this morning, is dlent tha...…

February 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…The Lansing high school basketball team, which played Ann Arbor Friday night was entertained after the game and Saturday morning by a commit- tee in charge of Russell Barnes, '20. x Afterthe game Friday the Varsity basketball team took the men to the Union tap room where they met sev- eral of the prominent men on the cam- TO BE pus and inspected the Union. SCHOOL Saturday morning they were taken to Ferry field, through th6 University dule for ...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…be determined, and the diamond squads of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell and Pennsylvania may be com- pared with the Big Ten teams as well as those from the Pacific coast. The Wolverine nine of 1915 captained by the versatile George Sisler, present first sacker of the St. Louis Browns and one of the best swatsmen in the game, was chosen by a number of the leading sporting writers as the na- tional champion. During the past two e seasons the ...…

February 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

…-v - - If - Receives egree i . . ... .. . .. ..4 ......... ....5 f............2 rn . . . .. . ...1 q ... .. .. .. .-.I 2 3 2 3 6 5 6 5. 6 Pet. .889 .750 .667 .667 .571 .455 .286 ,.250 .167 .143' s to oust. the fast traveling one first 'place during the failed, although one big s. effected, when Purdue second place, relegating third. The Illini team third game when Wiscon- om Coach Huff's team, 32 rdue Wins Easily ad' no trouble in winning...…

February 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

…IhILL flR Due to the fact that there have been A v AY a number of calls for special physical training on the part of a number of students whlo are contemplating to do Given Chance work in summer camps and in settle- it That anent houses that requires special training in physical instruction, Dr. May has announced that he will conduct an advanced class in AFTERNOON physical culture. The first meet- ing of the class will be held in Dr. May's off...…

February 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…lidates will re- William Bade at in Waterman one at 319. Pi iI Id CL I UI I CLASSIC or Coach Drulard Enters Two More Men in Tank Meet Given by D. A. C. TEAM MATE OF NORMAN ROSS AND MILE CHAMPION ENTERED - cally narowed down to .:arbert (120), As sooh as the present straight-rail' and Gale (150). Both men are play- MARTHA WASI billiard tournament has been played ing good billiards and a forecast as at Tices' Drug Sto off, a three-cushion...…

February 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…. Geo. May. Clerk of rt Cook. Assistant -C. C. Wetzel, B. D. Earle, D. Forbes, R. IVIIUIIIIflItI L Id hI M. A. 0 TONISIHT Team Faces Second Aggle Game With G. r. If I Scorer-Elmer P. Hardell. Assist-l ant scorers - J. A. Larson, R. C. --v Confident Spirit Despite' Losch, F. J. Petty, Tom Maynard, R. Setbacks Beardsley, M. Rouke, J. Spence. An- nouncers-D. K. Messner, F. W. Par- RENDERSON) FORWARD, WILL sons. MAKE TRIP WITH QUINTET OUT UF...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…and the. little attention iletics. The lecture is open and women of the Univer-j PlTRICIA PESSES" NAME Of JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY, I w(fomen l l ,.,. ,,, Graduate Visits Sick Sister TRADITION BEGAN MEDIUM FOR RULES IN 1946 CLASS ASI ears in South Katherine Norton, '16, is spending d has visited K, s there. His the week end in Ann Arbor. Her sis- rimarily in a ter Marguerite Norton, '18, now a sen- ersities them- for nurse at St. Joseph's...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 4

….i iL1i 1V.t4..A iA\..W' .LN LJP' .. r 1 wr college offers annually s of. universities and col- ckhowledged standing fel-' _all l~angua ges , history, and s, including economics and resident fello~vships of the 530, one resident research' fellowshiph valuing $750, two resident fellowvships, one $750 and the other . 470,. a nd 20 resident gradu~ate schol- a)rships of $200 are offered. Recomn- mendations of professors and indica- dions> of fut...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

… ... From The Other Colleges M!ay be Smuck Will See Them Firs t DANCING CLASS Arcade Dance Hall ENROLL THURSDAY 999 TAXI I Pennsylvania- Twenty-eight men,1 who have been in war service, have been given free four-dear scholarships; to the University of Pennsylfania by1 the committee on war activities of the Knights of Columbus. In order to: utilize surplus war funds the commit- tee selected twenty Catholic institu- tions and twenty no...…

February 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 96) • Page Image 4

…1 A 1L re AVA IAst - * 5V.'5 "11..+ A W1omen I bers of the board of directors Women's league are asked to tt 9 o'clock on Saturday morn- Barbour gymnasium. aen who applied to Dean Myra Jan for benefit from the Lucinda fund are asked to appear at 2:30 C on Thursday afternoon in ent Hutchins office. swimming this semester must enroll in the director's office in Barbour gymnasium. There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper services until further notic...…

February 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…om e . nI f Ii I REGARD- neral Policies Relating to Woemen" will be the topic of at the meeting of the Cen- pondence committee of the Michigan Alumnae associa- 11 meet Friday and Saturday rbor. The Friday meeting eid at 7:15 o'clock Friday t the home of Mrs. Henry ams and the Saturday meet- clock Saturday morning in Memorial hall. imittee is composed of the women: Mrs. E. Pomeroy, icago, Mrs. Henry Carter ecutive secretary, of Ann s. W. ...…

February 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 98) • Page Image 4

…The Other Colleges Il T PROMOTE FEERTION at the University n to give their professors end of the year. The send the grades to the faculty members. H, M, e grades proposed with as to their publicity or Iowar-A schootof citizenship will be held at the University of Iowa on Feb- ruiry 18, 19, and 20 through the co- operation of the extension division and the. Iowa league of women voters. The object of the school is to give train- ing in con...…

February 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

…THIS OVER -TEST IT OUT rpose of the 20 Exercises in the new booklet "MEMORY CENTRATIO N" is to so stimulate and train this mental at it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct dy; they aid it. The few minutes of diversion is re- the mental process is claified and stimulated for the real e day. is with kindergarten work in mental picturing. hly cultured minds know something, of the utility of this cturing. It trains the mind to pe...…

February 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

…pia. who loos- PROF. FRAYER TO SPEAK the BEFORE D. A. R. CHAPTER oim- was Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the e in- Daughters of the American Revolu- ,t 4 tion will hold its next regular meet- gym- ing at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Feb. 26. The hostess will be Mrs. pro- Frederick W. Stevens, 1245 Ferdon! the Road. this Prof. William Frayer of the History ach- department of the Unifersity will be hool the speaker, his subject being "The ng a...…

February 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 101) • Page Image 4

…News From The Other Colleges__j ----- - ; Northwestern-A chapter of Gam- ma Omicron Pi, a national society for collegiate Republicans has re- cently been organized at Northwest- ern university. The G. 0. P. is a na- tional organization whose avowed purpose is to uphold, improve, and forward the tenets of the Republican party." It's chief purpose is- to in- terest and acquaint college men with. the mysteries and intricacies of na- tional po...…

February 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 102) • Page Image 4

…r: I B SET AS DATE . A . LUNCHEON eo Murtland, assistant pro- industrial education of the of Michigan, will speak at this afternuon in Barbour g. Her subject will be "The Choosing a Vocation." Miss will offer practical sugges- hose planning to teach and/ rks will be of interest to ,are undecided as to their FOR 4~ CASTI PLAY' re] arsals 'for the Junior being held regularly to Prof. John L. r, everything is pro- e best possible man- AF...…

February 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

…illI News From The Other I to post- nd ban- First public recital of the Girls' ren held Glee clubof ithe University School of aturday, ,Music will be given at 8 o'clock Thurs- day, March 4, in Pattengill Auditor- ium. It will be assisted by Miss e tickets Ethelyn Metz, reader, of the College applying School of 'Expression, and Dorothy eid Haymaker, Neva Nelson, Margaret esece Foote, and Sophia Wolczynski, violin- ists. The Glee club is made ...…

February 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…camps in col l. .I INESOTA IMENI ,. . . .. 1 #,; LONG ABSENCES DUE TO OF "FLU" THE CAUSE I 'IWome FEAR r U 1 I kable it is made pres- Hard and fast are the new rules and restrictions recently placed on women students of the, University of Minnesota. Must Give Excuse senti Feb. dop- The faculty of that university has eing put the lid on all unnecessary absenc- class es among the girl students. They are" the now required to pres...…

February 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

… _ " - , . .' viii /, THAT "REP"- f--THEN TRY THIS h a thing as a univer- We humbly suggest that an honor fn. Either some amen aau u. uiu avu u i apus are ignorant of the y are wantonly doing their sgrace their alma matet's . It is more ,pleasing, at1 to excuse the hissing epi- phenomena resulting from rance, than to suppose that, igan men have been show-. or sportsmanship with full of the reflection which such; I;s upon the Universit...…

February 17, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 94) • Page Image 5

…I1 Arrangements have been entirely mpleted for the concert to be given1 iday evening, Feb. 20, in Port Hur- by 60 men picked from the 175 who' mnpromise the.Varstiy Glee and Man- lin club.. Manager, Charles R. Os- , Jr.,''20, announces that a special r leaving at 11:20 o'clock Friday )rning from the switch in front of e Natural Science.-building will con- y the combined clubs to Port Huron. ey will return the following after- ion. The plan of...…

February 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

…hAIL UUUILII- 0 MEETING HERE at WILL HAVE CONFERENCE SHORT- LY AFTER COMMENCE- MENT Vid a's ' '' service1 nt to your soci Cegular M 35c and4 I The society for the promotion of' Enginering Education has abcepted food and the invitation offered 'by President Harry B. Hutchins and the Board of will lend Regents, to hold their next annual meeting at Ann Arbor. The meeting, which will take place l chat. shortly after commencement, will brin...…

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