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February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…)p w PO 'o t {4gan Li .I ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1922 nfuIn IENCE [OVAL TO ICAGO ERS AID ssor Opposes md Dlrectlon Federal of Smith In Favor Of Rooming Plan "Although the University, has been in possession of a small number of private residences this year," said Sec- retary Smith, "every one of them is either sold or soon to be sold and all will be removed from University property before July, thus making it ...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

…ESS o the use for rnot otherwise i therein. gan, as second which is enjoyed by both the student and the resi, dent of Ann Arbor. The crowds which attend are continually growing, and he who visits once "de- parts but to return". There is something peculiarly effective about the full, resonant tones of organ music within the im- pressive surroundings of Hill auditorium, towards the close of day. Care and responsibility are for the moment laid a...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

…WHIIL TREATISES BE LI) APRIL lIST NIGHTS . z 7:30 to 10:30 MINGTON gs) , GALPIN AND BRAND WORK ON BOOKBSAS A RESULT OF STUDY ABROAD Dr. W. F. Galpin and C. F. Brand, of the English history department, are eachwriting historical treatises, as a result of study abroad last summer. Dr. Brand is now writing the last chap- ter of his book and Dr. Galpin expects to have his ready for publication next' year. The two men were in London last summe...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 4

…. t= .. *.1 a/: . "' .r ; viii ;;k ii . . .. . . . ... .... =. I-_ I t G ,,; CHIMES ART STAFF Freshman Track Squad Continues To Show A Balanced development There will be an important meeting of all those who are interested in art work for the Chimes in room 306 of the Un- ion today,at. 5'o'clock. or sist Sat- f Catalogue on request LDING & BROS. State St., Chicago I SENIORS NOTICE Men senior lits must report to Moe's now...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 5

…|J1iL LIiML tLIL LUltiU LUIA LPU V lay in the next few days on she ce as the condition of the ice w warrant further notice. lay .v A -~ - olState Relay Carnival At E. Lansing 'OR DROPS 18 MEN C OF CANDI. Eighteen men were included in the rst cut made by Coach Fisher this eason. Thse surviving the knife oft ie coach's eye went through their aces for two huirs yesterday after- on at a' lively clip.-t The coach is well pleased with the ray th...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

…:. l ., _zs' and icel laeous s somewhat damaged by Fire and Smoke so we have decided to hi the balance oof our Miscellaneous Books, Fiction, Stationer I Notebooks Our entire stock of Cloth and P. books. All sizes at rock Fiction to Caet One of Them Brief Cases 98c 28 3.98 KIPLING O'HENRY MARK TWAIN" STEVENSON SHAKESPEARE THACKERY DUMAS DICKENS HARDY and many at REMARKABLE VAI Stationery k Racks All Michigan Seal Paper ...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

…- on cast. On account of I ture this afternc Jordan will not bo sity students. Swift's lec- n Myra B. e to Univer- I Edith H. Swift, of the American ne association, will give a lec- for all University women at 4 k this afternoon in Sarah Cas-' Angell hall. Her subject will Vhat and How Are We Building?" Kahn, R. Waldron; sophomore squad- G. Baker, M. Birmingham, D. Bolton, D. Compton, W. Craigie, P. Delf, M, Hays, A. McKinnon, J. Raum; f...…

February 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 106) • Page Image 8

…I .. . 'days.) I Colin Will (ul-e Lecture Tonight (Continued from Page One) ments ) disappear under the waves in 19 minutes without being deeply im- pressed by the picture. Mr. Coffin was present at the bombing tests and is in IN DEBATE T 1922 Number 106 All students who desire to compete in the Northern Oratorical league con- test should hand in manuscripts of their speeches, consisting of not more than 1,850 words on any subject of L...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…I L r 5k 4~an A6F "J fit DAY r1 No. 105; I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 P .. L .. OLVERINES OVER -RUN ILLIN 4 _. _ _ . SCHOOL MAlGAINlES OF ENIERN H H I N DISGIuSS PROBLEMS TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS TAKE UP PUZZLING , TOPICS REPRESENTATIVES FROM U NIVERSITIES SPEAK Lyman Nained as Editorial Counellor; Will Edit National Articles Engineering College Magazines As- sociated entered its second day of convention ses...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…THE UNIVERSITY ,N nday during the University ent Publications. IATED PRESS y entitled to the use for .ited to it or not otherwise ws published therein. rbor, Michigan, as second so. , Maynard Street. 414. words, if signed, the signa- butas an evidence of faith, inTeDivattedsr no consideratJion. iiu maucipt will' rincloses postage. ssarily endorse the sentiments expressed [RIAL STAFF 'phone 3414 ...-.-.BR1LWSTER P. CAMPBE,, ................Jos...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

…~THE 4 (GPIOSTO Ear ARTIGLE f the confines of one's own room, is con- IN IIS Daily. erein are enumerated some of? nstances in which Mr. Eaton himself feagues ahead, as well agues' behind, the present mot- ew at Michigan. Eaton has told the world what inks. It has filled the campus different emotions. The "Dean rs" of the University read Mr. 's sentimients with the vast standing and generous tolerance Is youth, youthful concepts, and :...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

…m rrnMr r.r rrrm w iwrrYrrrrwrsrrrnnunn ,. .... I Stationery dand isel laneous Go Our stock was somewhat damaged by Fire and Smoke so we have decided to dis this, together with the balance coof Goods, etc. our Miscellaneous Books, Fiction, Sttimfonery, Le Leather''Notebooks Our entire stock. of Cloth andI 3everal hundred I. P. books. All .sizes at rock. bottom prie. Don 't Fail to fjlet Fiction Onew of Te Leather. Brief Cases ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 5

…. : Mir .11 Uis a i MV y Y ,. Trestling Team Loses Wet To I.A. C. Grapplers im met its splendid exhibition of the famous head sterday aft- lock with Koopman applying it. Koop- tough grap- man held a head lock on Boschan for 20-18 score. four minutes. Both men had a hard he matches time keeping on the mat. The Aggie representative had the advantage all 1 'the way through and the match went hatch when to M. A. C. 15 pounder, Campbell Gets D...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

…U mal Team Point larlity of DST TO Q GRADUATION he Hockey season is now question, "Is Hockey to be- nor Varsity sport?" becomes ssing. The chances are ex- right, due to the splendid and support given to the in- am, which closed its season day with a well earned vic- Wisconsin. Coach Yost is of the great winter sport, thletic association has finan- sted the team, so that nowf nains for the Board in Con- hiletics to officially grant its ni. Th...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

…al aaioerts iye Concert flashes ec Thzeaters The average iadio set owned and, operated by the students will not be able to pick up concerts in Pittsburg while Detroit is sending, is the opin- ion of Walter J. Kreinheder, '23, of the K. and K. Radio Supply company. Kreinlieder expressed the opinion in response to. a question Friday for the enlightenment of the student operators and others who were puzzled because the Pittsburgh concerts cou...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

…, will never materialize' The Screen re is lat all. Jr r rich, nas or nas not a meaning ac- e coringly as to whether we are a part ,j Q' tO of this world, or whether we are vainly attempting to make this world a part of us. I can easily appreciate' rom Page 3) how such commonplace sayings, and s Iichigan spirit? such commonplace people who make This remninds me such commonplace sayings appear very 's quotation from stupid to you. For years ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

…he final series of games ball color tournament on ning, the brown team re- .ampionship with a clear .e games won. The blue econd place with sixout es won, while the gray, le, and green teams are place. The tournament essful in stimulating and a solid interest in the of the work which they i the color series, girls osen on class teams and two weeks is as follows: The senior team, junior team, and sophomore squad at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesdays and...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 10

… ,......w OFFICIALDULLETIN received until 8:30 p. m. (11:80 a. m. Saturdays.) SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1922 ['umber 10 ege of Literature, Science, and the Arts: . that schedule blanks, which will be found in the messen- h may be obtained at this office, be filled out and returned or directly to this office if possible by March 3 JOHN R. EFFINGER. ers Enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments: vro have enrolled with e Bureau of Appointment s f...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY -1922 Duteh"Robinson Crusoe" (By Lois Elisabeth Whitcomb) ism, at aprobable familiarity with the Lucius L. Hubbard, a regent of the Printed Eleven 'Years Before Defoe's a Dutch story on the part of Defoe, al- though the proof is not by any means University oMichDutacn has transla Translated by RegentcHubbard onlu"v.The simlrty beten into English the Dtch story, "Sjouke 1\asae J ee1 J~~la~4...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 12

…A lead from the farm pres, attrib- tiog a scheme for home idotriea to be developed amonghthe Finnish pop- lation on Lake Superior to Prof. C. 0. Sauer of the University, Seot the re- porter around to the geography offices A leading question is half the inter- view, thought the reporter, and led off with: What is the connection between Suomi skis and the subject of geo- graphy? And this is the story he got: The notion of Finnish home indus- tri...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 13

…Our New Magazines --The Double Dealer 's Note: This is the second Allow me to quote an editorial or two: go out-the lynching bee, Little Eva, Dunsany, John McClure, and Unter- es of articles written by G. "Let it be affirmed once and for all. Kentucky Colonel, beautiful kuadroon meyer. This poetry business in the he new magazines. A third, The Double Dealer holds no brief for stuff. A sure, saner, more virile, less Double Dealer I shall leave ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 14

…Who Will Succeed Caruso? (By T. E. D.) and received some new ideas and con- path of Muratore that he will find he bolt upright, rub The successor to Caruso! Who will ceptions. must overcome. He is erratic and his themselves what he be? Is he in this country or has Martinelli is facing this different au- very' high notes are not good. On advent of these n he not been discovered ydience and in the lack of that softer occasion he can do the best ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 15

…A Statesman from Australia Smart Frocks (By W. B. Butler) e tine, Rocky mountain time, and Paci- Australian life that Mr. Gregory men- for Spring Washington had scarcely. seen the fic time on their trip to the coast. tioned was the fact that more than Arms Conference end, whenSenator Two or thre , o'clock is rather an one-half of the people live in the odd time to land in-Ann Arhor as far cities. He said that both prohibition G. D. Pierce, one...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 16

…dying out? The path of evolution is considered myself fairly content, and etrewn with the most ghastly failures reasonably hap y, to find that I have Bnoo ks a n d A u diot dIand mistakes, and man himself is get- not been happy, that, on the other ting ready to give up the struggle. hand, I have been extremely miser- In this connection, the author is able becaue I have not constantly THE PARLOR BEGAT A OS in a book which is well worth reading ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 17

…proos, an consequently le attempts r " fl necessar. to health and growth, in PROF. SAER ON T' E FIN1IS1 the impossible and makes an ass of Vitam ifes addition 'o and entirely apart from COLONY IN NORTHER MIC11IN himself, those factors previously recognized (Continued from Page 2) If the book were reduced to 50 pages (By M. H. Pryor) (fats, carbo-hydrates, proteins, min- able things hy the skill of their hands. instead of 297, it ,would make a ...…

February 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 105) • Page Image 18

…(Continued from Page 4) the good quality of grand opera in to give us a glimpse of the glory of America, but his possibilities do not the future we may expect of Ameri- seem to be so great as those of Gigli can music. or Chamlee. Entirely aside, from the fact that Who will be the successor to Caru- Chamlee must be popular for his other so? In the light of such constant ad- attributes, he has a voice of highest ditions to the ranks of leading t...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…L w man ~~'al ac 2 DAY -. , ~- No0. N ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1922 PR OSMTTEE Hindu Swordsma, At All Nations Sweeping razor-edged swords in t X direction of a man's bare ,neck an splitting aT potato as it rests on human had with a downward strok of flashing steel are just part of th VOltS ADJUSTED COMPENSA- repertoire of A. K. Savant, Spec., wh TION; LEAVES MEANS will appear in the All Nations Vodv UNSETTLED on March ...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…I- .--. - I L NEWSPAPE.R OF THfE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday during the University 'oard in Control of Stu~dent Publications. MBER 01F THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for fall news dispatches credited to it or not; otherwise spaper and the local news published therein. the postoffice, at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ,n by carrier or mail, $3.50. / nn Arbor Press Building, Maynard St...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…I UllI NJELLI Has Most )n in heaters ARES fthe R.O. T. ost promising eclared Major gular army, The unit is reached the ch character- s of some of but at head- znit is looked o achieve the ge ilinois, and ere are 24 the area. annual in- and spent y in Ann >st urgent need of the Michi- at the present time is ade- :e for conducting the classes necessaries of the organiza- bullding in which it isnow ,s far inadequate, and soon be vacated. ...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…LIM . . ._ _ na... wr. rr .w. .. i EFEATS 19 OF 23 SN GJCESS PLAYERS rient of a final score for Lme played by George against 23 opponents si- Wednesday night in the, >t be made until Barnes Freedman, '23, play off a ho has a wide reputation. as a chess expert, was able to defeat 19 opponents, losing only to 3 and the 1 game resulting in a draw. The three men who defeated Barnes were Moody, Cuiley'and Washburn. According to The Daily of S...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

…>lers This Afternoon1 y be, accord-' rdest one of s been neg- gan team in lced In-a met souri V aey cnampions although they lost both Rerience gained, is of nce. Michigan's team meet this year, but any er-confidence on the ng although the men get going. 5 lb. class, DeFoe of ts Galpin of M. A. C. e an interesting match 'e fast and heady. The will see either Jenkins Michigan, pitted against A. C. Hanson is one, iural Items ri the fraternit...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…r l 1%.Jf L Y _ 7L1~~2t U I AM& ............ .... ... ...r .r 1 I ; TI I YOU WILL DO BETTER Menu When U AT LEMBLE'S it 530 FOREST AVE. IF YOU ARE IN NEED BREAKFAST Grapefruit Steamed Bran Toast-Poached Egg Coffee Hash Browned Potatoes Creamed Tuna Fish Brown Bread-White Bread Currant Jelly-Sour Pickles Oregon Peaches-Sponge Cake LUNCH groceries in any qua will pay you to see U No. 10 canned goods best quality. - F-- ,...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…women i ersity All senior girls should be measured tioii5 for their caps and gowns at Mack & this Co.'s before March 1 in order that n Ar- they may wear them to the Junior club, Girls' play. main All houses that had candy and blue t. the books for sale during the examination tries, weeks should turn in the money to by a Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, at once. n the The official color for the cap tassel Iter- for seniors in the School of Education, 'cl...…

February 25, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

…'II' R ILETIN I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2;' il Number 104- y, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: quested that schedule blanks, which will be found in the messen- or which map be obtained at this office, be filled out and returned e boxes or directly to this office if possible by March 3 JOHN R. EFFINGER. I: ogy I will begin Feb. 27, at 11 a. In., in the West Amphitheater ical building. WARREN P. LOMBARD. I C Teaching of English: , o...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…r . 4 tr tn a MA IBAT A"~1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1922 PR Ar 4tCIL ADOPTS ELECTION Ph t s MADE OUST HARVEY IN MADE kLFOUR Shows Himself poInent of ALL IN READINESS FOR ALUMNI BALL Final arrangements have been com- pleted for the All-University ball be- ing given by the Detroit alumni at the new' Graystone hotel in Detroit Mon- day night. The plan, which was )originated by the Detroit University of Michigan ...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…University thrinA. an, as second nard Street. if signed, the signa- >an evidence of faith, e Daily at the discre- Dail office. Unsigned > o manuscript will sentiments expressed .BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ......Joseph A. Bernstein P............. aul Watzel ..............J. B. Young G. P. Ovrtan M. B. Stikl .... , .,*......L. Armstrong Kern L. S. Kerr r,. X. Me "$ ......Thoraton W. Sargent. Jr. ...................George E. Sloan ..Sidney B. Coat s...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…IINO astman made and meth- approved, plus the ex- :s are guaranties of f in- our ing us your films I'SYELISf1 0,1 "°O%* EUROPE LOOKS, TO AMERICA FOR HELP Member of Philosophy Department Re- turned from Trip Abroad, Describes Situation DECLARES FRANCE'S FEAR OF GERMANY A. STUMBLING POINT "Europe is in a precarious condi- tion now and unless something is done, especially by America, to better financial and political matters, the situation w...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

…5 <. .., ;.; ............................*. *..~ ..............................* *~. .1 ibi iiLl i - ; r . .... James Whitcomb Riley spoke in U- rersity hall on Friday, March 3, 1893, he Daily reports. hing saves to be \ Ki (4 aseball Coach', Cuts Squad Into Two Equal Parts Coach Ray Fisher has divided his baseball squad into two parts in or- der that the men can get m.re hitting practice. ' With 75 men trying out for positions on...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

…ENTERS ABSIE RELAY CARNIVAL] is being offered at the University of Minnesota under Capt. W. E. Gibbons,. _I. an Annapolis graduate. Its 'object isf to train officers for the merellanft marine. About 20 have signed for the course. Yen Yost is giving a course in for all those who have not the Varsity before and who come out for spring practice. Imost 50 have reported but it oo late for others to start. e who is coming out for spring must re...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…ful UKnow Your Alumni (By Courtesy of Chimes) 1 of the Dental col-I Sunday from a ten outh. Along with a the' Carnegie Foun- 'isited several south-, purpose, according to make a survey of ion inkthis country imilar to thd medical made in 1910. This nducted all over the the interests of the on which is sponsor- have been chosen >lleges to carry on )r. Ward was one of ond trip that -Dr. or this purpose and! overed 12 southern rpose is to exanin...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…'omen's To le 7 11 I ,xclusive girls at tion of R. 0. T. nt time. e nossi- All senior girls should be measured for their caps and gowns at Mack & Co.'s before March 1 in order that they may wear them to the Junior Girls' play. ne team All houses that had candy and blue' ion with books for sale during the examination ols. weeks should turn in the money to s being Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, at once. ,w sport, lug held t of the A special meetin...…

February 24, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

…n CIAL LLETIN LY, FEBRUARY 24, 1929 - liber 108 Korff will speak at 4:15 this afternoon >ject will be "Russia and the Pacific."' F. in Room B, Law The public 'is in- E. ROBBINS. ges of Engineering and Architecture: 1 be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Friday, Feb. ,m. in Room 411, Engineering building. LOUIS A. HOPKINS. -up examination in History 14 will be held on Monday, Feb. Room 408, Library. NELSON VANCE RUSSELL. a 4 ...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…014 f Zr Z!U* mt ill 4' DIT AND NIGHT WWR sulENtP~ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1922 PRICE FIVE MERlA IIS NOW MIMES THEATER WEEK E SPECIAL SCENIC EFFECTS AND OO WORLDI ORIGINAL COSTUMES TO BE USED Special scenic effects and original BR IB S costumes will be used for each of the six acts of vaudeville which will cn Y E TE Atitutthe bill at the Mimes Union W YRK EDITOR GITY AD theater this week end. Because of the RCONOC...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…ICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN hed every morning except Monday during the University ie Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ssociated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for n of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise this paper and the local news published therein. d at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second, r. iption by carrier or mail, $3.50. AnnArbor Press Bui...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 3

…'I Iy odil Stocks s ks and Bonds Phone 1503 ,,Something for sale? AClasi"ed Ad in The Daily will And a buyer.- Adv. SLEEP AlJYWEERE, BUT EAT AT REX'S THE CLUB LUNCH 12 Arbor Street Wear State and Packard Streets Curran, Cornell Graduate, Here To Introduce Tropical Hardwoodsw As Solution Of Shortage Problem United Cigar Stor PRINCE is and sues of .x . r ,_ I "Curran, the greatest wood runner of the times," was the characterization giv...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 4

…s rI . . ." .. ,. .. .' / . dyI _ a , j ' . * 4 n.' : w777 p --:7,77.7 ..t.. .. ,...M.., . ....... . .., .,...-..,p..p .,. ., : .., .. , ... ..r..e.,.. Such A Michigan lay the University of nan track team defeated y of Wisconsin freshman n a telegraphic meet by to 44. This was the first 'ack meet that has ever the Conference. In the hee have not had meets ecause there is a rule in ce which states that not compete. track and swimm...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 5

…a DEAR END I ERIE AN ,B. 21. Having defeated the M. A. C. tank men, the Varsity, swimming team is looking forward to its next meet, which will be with the Erie Y. M. C. A. at Eriq, Pa., on Feb. 24. The team expectsrto meet with strong opposi- tion in this meet but is hopeful of bringing home the bacon. The fol- lowing day the team will meet the strong Cleveland Y. M. C. A. aggrega- tion at Cleveland. Hubbard in Distance In the Erie meet Hu...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 6

… . . .. TH E UNIVERSITY'S . COMMON HEALTH PECIAL WORK, AMER SESSIONi MICHIGAN IS SCENE 31AINTAINED BY UNIVERSITY OF copies of the announcement logical station for its four- son, 1922, are now ready for n at the Summer session of- ion is located on the shores lake, about equidistant from , Mackinaw city and Petos- naintained by the University in as a part of its regular ession, and will be open dur- ight weks from June 26 to iclusive. io...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 7

…bciety will hold its 7:30 o'clock this Vewberry residence. regular evening Blade club following the men's meet- ing in the Engineering building. The husbands are requested by the com- mittee to come immediately following their meeting. The ladies are asked to bring their dishes. ave roit, 1 be Rehearsals for the Junior Girls' lay will be held as follows: Act 1 nd 2 with choruses 1, 2 3, 5, 6, 7, at o'clock today; the whole cast and 11 chor...…

February 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 102) • Page Image 8

…Australia for the g the total eclipse ill occur Sept. 20, ed by Dr. W. W. w director of the Dr. Campbell was astronomy in the gan from 1888 to Lhas been director at the University Atory is noted for scientific research [nee its foundation d. practically every sun. The numer- Know Your Alumni (By Courtesy of Chimes) FDo You know:' That Howard E.' Coffin is one of the most famous automobile engineers in the country, that the Hudson Motor car is...…

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