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February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER PROBABLY RAIN OR SNOW TODAY L L s fr k A6F PLAN TO HEAR MACMILLAN TONIGHT I VOL. XXXIII. No. 107 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEDRUARY 28, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIDE CENTS SucesMTdl EXPLORER TO 1 EXPERENE LECTURETO, D. 1. MACMILLAN TO D WORK IN FROZE NORT UNKNOWN BAFFIN I S SUBJECT OF S Slides And Motion Picture In Telling of Arct Explorations Donald B. MacMillan, w Arctic explorer and lecturer will gi...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 2

…tTHE ',- 'HIQANj)AIL REPORT SHIPPING 1iL AGRIEEMENT: Senators Find I 1ifflcil-iiIn 1est~ructigj of Administration EXPEC~tT DISPLAC'EMENT Y FAVOR OF NEW LEG~ISLATION Washington, Feb. 27-(P,,, A. P) Agreemient was reported todlay in the senate, to vote tonnorrow oni final dis- position of the administraition shi ppmng' ~bill whiich has beenf regarded as lost even by its supporters since last Fri-I day. Before the agree ment to vote was reached...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

…I I°-I E MIHIGAN DAILY ,.. . _ _ -a- . _ ,_.... CKETS G0 ON SAE i,,L FORl JUNJIOR GIRLS' Pt~LAY L..--___ :Male Students .incur Wrath Of 'Madison Women, All women who took rifle shooting I .Announcement, of the name of the ifl,truction last sjimtester andl who Junior Girls' play, wichi is to be giv- wish to continue with the work are i en March 21, 22, 23, and:( 24, and of the asked to meet, at 7X:15 o'clock to-' entire cast and choruses ...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPEB OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday' ing tke University year by the Board in ntrol of Student Publications. Uember of Western Conference Editorial sociation., the Associated Press is exclusively en- ed to the use for republication of all1 ws dispatches credited to it or not other- Be credited in this paper and the local vs published therein. Entered at the postoffice at A...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN. DAILY Announces Tentative ProgramForMay Festivalf Tentative programs for several of sented in concert form on Saturday the concerts to be given at the 1923 night, May 19. The program for the May Festival, May 16-19, were an- Children's concert Friday afternoo ,ounced yesterday by Prof. Earl V. and for the Friday evening cocer Moore of the School of Music. Prof. have not yet been completed, but will Moore returned yesterd...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… 1 pyp 17.11 H1 1 U iL# J Y5 f' L:V L' 0 li I I PL'DILUl1i\1 u0, " y ( J V Duke To Don Grid VEIVES HOPE TO FORTCE IOWA TO SHARE CONFERENCE COURT TITLE Duke To DonGrid To s Once Aga n Continued Victory For Wisconsin air S lichigann Win Over Hawks Means ie OLD MAN JINX STILL CAMPS ON TRAIL OF MATHEWRS FIVF( ' Coach Mather's Varsity basketbal quintette meets the Iowa five Satur- day night at Waterman gymnasium in the final game of the sea...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

…i ____THE* MICHJIGAN DAILY ., --- , _ -_ FARRELL TO TAKE 1 ]-TRAGK MEN Til NNUAL ILLINfI REY LT ~Woverines to Have Stronig Conipef.- in the p ole vault, but will no doubt tin r'om Hawkeyes and Indiani meet their letters in McI~nown of Aggregations !Kansas State Normnal, who clea eel the bar at 12 feet 10 inches at the K. C. HUJBB'I D PROSSER, BROOKER IA. C. Tneet a few weeps3 back. Flow- AND OTHERS ARE COUNTED) oN!ever, these mnen can hold ...…

February 28, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

…_______________ iF -7MICHIGAN DAIL) WEDNE~lA Pul, the' VrON AI Y caton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of University. Copy received until 3: lO p. ra. (11;30 A, m. Saturday.) info -3 WEDNELSDAY, FEBIRUARY 28, 1'94' 3 N IIaher 107 their families. The members Of the lUniversity Cluib will b~e the guests of the Club. ('tARA B.13. BTES. Oratoicat Ascz r turn Le ;ii re Tonight; Holders of Course Tickets will use tho Wil...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER COLDER; RAIN ORl SNOW TODAY or----qq PPPPF it: ij'ja VOL. XXXIII No. 106 EIGHT PAGES ANN AlRBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1923 STORM CENTER OF RUHR SHIFTS A9S TRENCH LY IEG MOVE MARTIAL EQUIPMENT INTO BOCHUM; NUMEROUS ARRESTS MADEI HOSTILITY OCCASIONSI SEIZURE OF OFFICIALS Chamber of Commerce Headquartersl Taken Over; Search Made For Documents SCIENTIST DISCOVERS FOSSIL OF HUMAN SKULL Buenos Aires, Feb. 26-(By A....…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 2

…t R O M I IU N O ISoti tc0.l w with a second. score 8 to 8 Pinpt li-j lc'ad and" Ely tied the coulnt' the, play bein-g exceptionallyr :pke replaced iBirks and l--c11- iut Illinoir ahead, hut Ely cr.00 1again and the half e:A("1 IC e econd period Pa'per Ntall ring, Ely added another aI. Ln began to out-tosa lio: 'playing by Mlichigain gave 11Wi- points in all on free th 'rr: ig missed. arty was inrt ed i r goy .n out of dlangor in the (In := lu...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 3

…All Nwomen whvfo took irif;e =hcooting in1struction7 last E ('nestcr ar;(d who wish to continue -with the work are asked to meet at 7:15 o'clock, tomor- row at the range for a short time.. Those wvho were not in the class 'asti semester butt who wish to'receive in- struction this semxester will meet be- tween 1 and 4 o'clock: Friday at the same place. The manager of the junior basket- ball teaiii will be chosen at the regu- lar practice today ...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 4

… § '3 'k nx " .g §Y x4. "I ayoungsters in each family would slide _ _____________ Y/w h{ ".fidown to the front door and drag inI OAITb, the morning paper just to read of the LL OMFCIA NEWSPAPER' OF THE8 exploits of the Captain and his recal-j UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN citrant offspring, while parents would In. Published every morning except Monday I glance casually at the colored funny rls 01'IS luting the University year by the Board in sheets ...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 5

….tu-uw r TOIH "Uncle Joe" After March gress longer than any other man in 'in debating or oratorical work; ath- I squa-d received football letters last 111e country's history. Hle was first lotics, dramatics or musical exhibit- faoll. They are: Goebel, Van(dervcoort, elected in 1872. ion11 Roby, Cappon, Klpke, Kirk, Knode, Members. of thes Student Advisory; Neischi, Slaughter, *Muirhea d, Sliott, 4±' ccuncil exoffilo are :Marion 13. Stahl, Ro...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

…m l r f;ll!lIIrw . _ , . .. _ s , ti s UllL; V, P i T, ACU NOl, PillrES tANK tr FOR~~~~~l HrL AET~Y t In tramurafl I-ems u g pxP'DIRkOO. tPP t :L I tl acuo 1-13gaZme_ of 1916; the Michi- . C 1 71 uin- ;o.thwestern game of 1919, score 1^34; the Michiga.n-Cornell, 20-23' .:m of 1916; the iMicigan-Harvard S 07 gMe of 1914; the ?Michigan-Min- n:ot 6-0 game of 1910; and the ____________ chian-ehrskagame played here' ill 1805 w hen the sc...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

…Pitcher, Manager, Mogi, ig Six' Starts Nc's II L OUI '26.-(By A. P.) - in i iO tC . :irrca lug st.,eengthz He~ralding the approach of spring and another diamond campaign, ad- vance caravans of nearly all of the 1C m naj'r league baseball clubs nOw are on their way south for the annual con- ditioning. process. Training c p scattered in lands of the palmetto and cactus from Florida. to Catalina Is- land,, Calif., will be in full swv-ing for...…

February 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 106) • Page Image 8

…a * Slip ..* c AA'.Ju & 1 a. L acd LY OFFICIAL BUL ETINI on in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all miembers of raity. Copy received until 3:1'0 1). m.. (11:30 a.,im. Saturday.) 'I'VESflAY, FEIJItVAIIY 27, 1923l Nl'umber I106 ume 3 Former Governor Slated For Postx in U. S 'ti net .MM, To Users of The Dally Official Bulletti: The attention of ulcers of th& Daily Official Bulletin is again respectfully called to the following: ~(1) not...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…! I WO 1,1ZL fr ia att Tw XXXIII. No. 105 ANN ARBOR; MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 PRICE FIVE CENTS sent Civilization Is Now Nearing Period Of Decline In Opinion Of Dean Cooley KRUPP PLANT HAS COAL FRANCE SEEKS CONVEINTION HERE Men From National Church iodies Will Convene Friday For Three Day Aet Is our civilization on the decliningC slope of its existence? Will it share the fate of the previous ones? Is there some...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 Aspects of American Painting A general review of modern artistic CARL E. GEHRING lovely "Brook by Moonlight" of Ralph tendncis miht ell e bsed il ineBlakelock, Unfortunately Blakelock tendencies might well be based on thse is mentally unbalanced, but has lucid work of leading Americans and be abroad, and, indeed, the English have' representation entitled "Gassed" will intervals in ...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 2

…rhltc /d a mUtI E[III-I [ C [ "a" . WWH A. 4 G '"'- and sordidness in "Twenty-fourth" ----XT----T--- - street, New York, Jenny was destined In the Library of the University ;the statement on the inside also ap- for something better, and it is not Nhere are now four waxed tablets dat- pears, written in ink. This couldbelong before she and her quick-tem- ingIfrmIt the period of the Roman Em- exameined without disturbing the s hea tooe tthe par...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. FEBR1URY 23, 1923 The Railroad Strike--By ao S cab The railroadf strike of last summner! - CHARLES I-IOJDGMAN wold be better to becone a thief woo not as serious as the coal miners' 'than a Scab, and he was proaly strike, hut it reresened, on a small-;jad'o, po v n poeoo figtes5 r tesee.tdtl cnviced of it hIe hail it drilled in p ladet supon~rsandproecuorsof ingen ver inervewe, ad tld imfufront his early exp...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 3

… PAi. S EIGHT THE MICHIGA:NDAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923, I PAt. ~ EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 .; _ l irPi.an ta . ' s . - ' r s- . c. s, /r Sunday iNight Lunches w The Betsy Ross Shop just the place to have that light lunch Our Luncheon Combinations Speak for Themselves What fits in-better after a heavy meal than a BETSY ROSS SANDWICH With a Creme Puff Sundae and a Cup of Hot Chocolate Ham Pimento Ch...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 3

…St:NDAYI,; FitRUART 25-, 1P23 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P.AN TRE Karel Capek's Satire .Sarcasmd rivioncynicism, 'With ai EDITH MILNHES} if you enjy only the pretty love sltep sincerity whichiatmo~t justlif i stor or the catchy tune, I do not rec- tevicious trio-thLis.i the tone of'ir ltr u ommend these two plays to you. But iac~eitpotry pinin.lt Rat al eoplearethee b t soape- sent back to the grinding mitt. There if you we-b to see ie-and by this I m...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 4

…_ .... . m . . . . n M: s . __. _ ,'! _T .- ~r -,,,,,nom -. .... _' - -w - TWOs THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 123 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA The Railroad Strike--By a Scab The railroad strike of last summer was not as serious as the coal miners strike, but it represented, on a small- er scale, the same general problems and the same manner of treatment by the employing and working classes. And in the...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 _. _ _ _ Y _ __ .l The Better Magazines THE CENTURY LISLE ROSE' Perhaps the best-balanced magazine Bois, the celebrated negro leader, sets in the United States is the Century. forth again the author's belief that his is sufficintlyrace must secure its freedom and its ts editor, Glenn Frank, s opportunity for development within level-headed to avoid the vagaries this country, and not in...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 5

…, w.- - - _---_-- - - - f3AGiE six THE MICHIGAN DAILY- SUNAFBURY2,12 -~SUNDAY; FEBRI ARY 25, 19 THE MIC. _AN * DAL M I ,4 : , .,,_ , s_ IV %soft 1. * MIR.KEABLE CHOOSES {PERBADVENTLiRE, by Robert Keabi ! 0. P. PNtn ' c Sous. Reviewed,-by Dorothy .Sanders k~e self to- his~ public. "Simon Called. f Pter ws a young man's bitter cry against the 'orthodoxy. of church Relig- I'-on is always a dangerous subject,ad .his very' ...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ?5, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE l THE RECOGNITION OF RUSSIA It is hardly doubtful, that Russia JACK BERKMAN I have shown you Russia is not to be has become one of the most momen- ignored in the solving of a world teus problems in the political world would mean, Russia was left to direct readily inevitable that Russia may peace. of today: that the Russian situation its own course. combine with Turkey and Germany and has reache...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 6

…'a'. 'Y~ ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 'S HE .MIGHIG AN -.DAILY;' P2 + lip THE MICHIGAN DAILY The Better Magazines THE CENTURY LISLE ROSE Perhaps the best-balanced magazine !Bois, the celebrated negro leader, sets in the United States is the Century. forth again the author's belief that his race must secure its freedom and its Its editor, Glenn Frank, Is sufficiently opportunity for developmen...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 6

…PAerr IX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA, FEBRUARY 25, 19_3 IMR. KEABLE CHOOSES slt to his public. Simon Clle F AITHPeter," was a youngians btter cry A FAITH against th orthodoxy of church Relig- PFR 4 DVETURF.t by Roe r Keabe.' ion is always a dangeroua subject,az .. ' GP Ntnan's Son his very daring pave the way for his Itefwedby orot' nd sucess. "The Mother of All Living," " :'obviously, was an, opportunist's' reap- It is a mrarked transition frons...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

…9 ress ed .- K.: _.. -' 1 I iC g tI a en £ q WO CIATE THIS -" i f . i ^) 9 I,, ter.. . f i ;: 9 1 , .. . Alto Opp-ot-u 4 'q R ) i 3% a . ( -I. /fd~J!1 "a." {:( For the benefit of those who Hwere unable to take advantage of our campaign in January, wie will repeat our Special Dry C1wlfing and Pressing Offer: Frnom Feb~r'u.r Ald COWL Agooloo.. Aff 1w . ._' a y ,4 i K gad R 11 '.7 J ;.. I .5 'p I_ l "s , a to r ch ......…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SEVEN SUNDA, FERUAR 25,I~li THEMICHGAN AILYPAGESEVE into actual existence for his reader labor problems. I the public is He embues 'them with more thasi eye- in some way aroused from its 1t satisfying beauty-a hint of reat pri argy of ucon crn, by touching its sonality and atnmosphere It is' pr- teret through its ocket boot, o tiaps this delicacy which gives to the convenience, great changes in ...…

February 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

…T UIIIIIAL DULLI INI In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all me~mbers ofJ lt .' eopw roceived until 3: SkO D. In. (11:30 a. m SIaturday.) SUNDAY, FEBR VARYQom, 1923 i'ninber 100Z be no confe ecce of the Deans 'on 'Wednesday, Feb. 28. The 0will tako placo Wednesday, Mar. 1. at 10 aa. mn. 1inthe Presi- M. L. B3URTO. ,S' ( h al fica ultn 64' tlon' of #sers of -the Daly Official Bulletin is again respectfuly ct z e sabraitted. for, publica...…

February 25, 1923 • Page Image 8

…PA.EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1923 FA~.A EGHT HE ICHGAN AIL SUNAYFEBUARY25,192 11N Sundy Niht Lnche The Betsy Ross Shop lust the place to have that light lunch Our Luncheon Combinations Speak for Themselves What fits in better after a heavy meal than a BETSY ROSS SANDWICH With a Creme Puff Sundae and a Cup of Hot Chocolate Ham, Pimento Cheese, Peanut Butter Sandwiches Home Made Apple Pie a la Mode Fruit Salad Connor's Su...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER WARMER; PROBABLY SNOW, TODAY Y r A61F Aw -A A6 ilitr t, an A6F att NAME IT, YOST FIELD HOUSE t;.. EIGHT PAGES VOL. XXXIII.. No. 104 ANN ARBOR MICUJIGANV, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE PTVE VENTS EIGHT PAGES L. Atll.,.lU P .. %, c. 1. IJiN 1 0 DEMOCRA9TS FFAIL COM63PROMISE RESOLUTION ADOQPT-f FD IIY STATE-CONVENTION AT I) E R0ITT CLAIM MANUFACTURER SENT FERRIS TO SEN ATF Resolution Reco gnizes Ford's ...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 2

…1 nriiri one CONLON 'S CONTR ACT SUUAB[EU~t~U~d WITH BRAVES OKED, DYER INI[HfIAIEton[;cFeb. 23.-Arthur J oln _ Ull E1MHU 11 tY U LUd 1 Miss Maari Struble. of the School. Symphonic Espagnole, Op. 21... .Lalo NwYrFb2.-hdei ion~ball team of last year, wll go south Of Music faculty, will be the violin Allegro dean non troppoNe 6 Fb23-h dcsoofaammerfteBsonainls son Scberzando the eastern presidents conference of a ebro h otnNtoas Lecture to be...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY VAG i_. , ~1omen Hospital Kiddies To Be Surprised By "Y" Workshop NEW NA VAL AERIAL "DESTROYER" READY FOR WINTER MANE UVER$ COSMOPOLITAN CLUB royrman pror of P L A N S N E W CLASS ccnc de partment. The costumeo comnmittee of the Jun- Plans in the form of an Paster for Girls'tplay will hold an important workshop where gifts and surpriser meeting at 8:15 o'clock this for the hospital children will be made, morning in ...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ._._.._ _ he suggests an international confer- ence of business men which heA believes "would enable the satisfac-E 0ROLL CAMPUS OPINION Editor, Th liMichigan Daily: OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE VNIVERSITY OF MIIHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during tke University year by the Board inf Control of Stude:t Publications. Mernber of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGN DAILY ' T" ;QRS. I"""' '. ~ y~Z% $,' F' _.f. I dl 1 0 I-OrA - 11.111, - - . I I - - - -- - . "I - I I "I'l J, - --- --- I t r - AT LAST DAIRY PRODUCTS That all Tests Prove 100% Pure, I Our System of Purifying Milk by Electricity Completely Destroys Every Trace of Germ Life I Try. "Electropure" Products MILK, CREAM, CHEESE, BUTTER None Better at any Cost Our Trucks Deliver Anywhlere %Wurster'S Elcrp re- Creamer...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S ATURDAYFBUR 4 lull I I E RUY NLIIBE Joie .Ray Collector Of Medals, FO;IHGNNN otn Out After Still More Records FUH ICHI9N, INIE BosonFeb. 23-(B3y A.P.)--To run1 racing away with the Hunter mile toti I the fastest mile credited to man ainnane rcodfttevnt Ml Thre Yers' omptitin Pts Dug!4 minutes, 19 seconds. He holds thQ TheeYer' omeitonPtsDogthe ambition of Joie V. Ray, the lit- lnor. inn Fiio is herMsig o iedonoor . tite...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DALS _.. . t I Epslon, Delta Upsilon, appa Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi BetaDelta, Phi Epsilon Pi, Nu Si - ma Nu. SINONI MOUAYuAHR'S MEN "off FAR Frate~rnIty Bas1et Title 1epenids or I nhitcome of Bggest of Infra- 1101%1 R[Al T1s FOB SJIOOTP{GAND CLASS TEAM HOLDSI .LAST PRACTICE UT TViNJES ALSOAST FOR INDIANS THIS AT ORNINW Officials in the Intramural depart- Coach Mather's basketball squad ment are planning on hold...…

February 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

…_ ton A. Goetz, '22E, Alden G. Hoyt, '22E. "ay y c Rexl igi Upos Custorn MIHIGANMEN V DI A . .Jimeno, '22E, Melvini D. Moersch,1at yoursev DALY O FII L U LE I JHNR URE BIEY C lh phos utm2E, Robert D. atton, '22. Robrt .er. Call 960{ TOi MElIART IflCIIRfl 'UOWNlWITHIfL111OTHERSf rDorcdE. Hathaway, '22, Donld ' Got a room Putblication in the Bulletin Is const ructive notice to all members o fIe ILfld 111wi1l1 the niverity. Copy' received untl S ...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 1

…THE WEATHER ('oLDERI'I ItOABLY SNOW TOD)AY itn UIIII NAME ITj YOST FIELD. HOUSE VOL. XXXIII. 'No. 7.03 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 192 3 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE' CENTS GA1EM PHAIZES NEED FOR UITED NEW YORK EVE1NG POST EITO OU:TLENES NATIOAL J?1OLI- CIES AT CONVOCATION 3000 ATTEND SERVICES IN HILL AUDITORIUMV S1} ker Declares Washington Woud Not Support Present Trend Towards lsolatlont Advocating the entrance of ...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 2

…TE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, F ian nut to send the measure back to the com- D UDBED~ IJED Hbo ken Waterfront Conflaration TreatenedAs Liner Burns At Dmock INTER CARNIVAL1~~~ -..... . . . . .......... 1 [ Ng r mittee, developed today in the confer - g~ppINSence held by the 'leaders while the il- TflflIibuster of the bill's opponents was [IGHTM91 CME T00911 continuing full blast. 1Those conducting the filibuster de- _clared the Republican l...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHICAN DAILY ..- _ . -" I British Woman I morcn IPlans To Swim English Channe Group number two of Masques will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The play, "My Lady Dreams," which may be found in "A Treasury of Plays for Wo- men," is on reserve in the upper study hall in the Library and should be read by members of this group before the meeting. Kid gloves of all kinds will be sold { y Mortarboard society...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY F ^IDAY, F. BRUARY 3.192: Y4 iYMiIW 1 W _- - feelthe oncoming of a cold to avail j hemselves of the opportunity which'! -the University provides for them. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE Furthermore it is essential that oth- UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ers should not be exposed to the Published every morning except Monday germs which work the destruction and' during the University year by the Board in therefore all should guard agai...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 5

…RI DAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1,92:1HMCIGNDAL KING T UT'S SA RCOPHAGUUS FOUND I: *21Y k. n : r. j~ C . .2 1 _____ ____ Abov, Fi~i~ill' Pd I 1 klig 1~it.~ 01111, 94 ou ~l('a. ii (illd inthe.o. Archelgss e yLr u o aeo bdteilir~ 1f la Ioi tKn uaka at Luxor~~, yt hc otistesrohgswt h ean f h n.iac ~3 etre g.Tecan ' c i ..dtooantoolresre.. h..eo..hepaaos Tel)l hr"e ee iture. Tetes a I FORDY-a .6,1,1,1 t-SXCNET SOLOIST GISPEiAIEiBrtn METR POLIAN PERA COM A ...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -IDAY, F I. lIDIUIIffiu{W Qz; wsir wrr r r ' -. r mm-CIS r tr4o t E x p e c te d to P u t u p o t F lY 1 t For Championship This Season SIX TEAMS IN AMERICAN CIRCUIT LOOK PROMISING While basketball is still at its height and track ha just gotten a good start big league baseball is waking up and looking around. Most of the teams are already settled in their southern quarters and in a few days all of the old timers ...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…FEBRUARY 23, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Basket Star Bids l L For Honor Berth th TART TRAINING (Continued from Page Six ) No matter who cames out an) the Yan1s are going to gbe the tight of < their history to ht.,p their grip on the flag. Although a choice would be hard to make it is likely that Detr'oit, St. Louis. and Chicago will be near the top at the finish. Detroit. has been steadily creeping up for the last two years and with the new a...…

February 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

…PACTS Lr7CIIx ' ,, TI IF. MICIATGAN DATLI PACI~ 13~TGHI~ TI IF MICI-IIGAN DAILA t~'R1l)AY. V'Pfl3RUARY 23, 1 DA L O FI I L,ublication it the Blulletin Is constructlve notice to all members of the U~niversity. Copy r".eived unti) 3:." is. M. (1130 a. In. Saturday.) Vahn IIJDNYFEBRUARY 23, l9Sf l t{rcmer I10' Reformer lWages Bl Ue Law Battle With Show Mana Intramural Items MA.TO, . ! t N. . zoology :3a e(eredity):; Seating lists in ...…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 1

…Afr Ar juatt ATTEND THE WASHINGTON DAY CONVOCATION s VJL. XXXIII. No. 102 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1923 EIGHT PAGES Amaeu Wrees SE AE AY AID PRICE FIVE CENTS Aatrs' "Chief' SUBSIDY' MEASURE, Washington Day Observance This morning, while the rest of the nation is suspend- ing its labors to revere the memory of George Washington, members of the University will gather in. Hill auditorium to express their share...…

February 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

…CHICAN DAILY .r. a_ a R01- S our Germacns To Pay With Lives ICAL~1[S I or Murder Of .Belgian Officer PRELIMINARHIES H ElO 4P C'HOOSE SIX 9ME;N FiRO 'li GI( $l's ilEi i EARS 'WHO TfI{I ED OUT Prelimninairy trials for the North- eml Ojatcriccal Leaguet contest were, held yesterda"Y LaftorMoon inl Room 302, Ma o al h ol , n i rchosen from a groutp of 18 speakers_ to continue in) the contest, the final s of whiich will be ld M_ ,arch23: L, ...…

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