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March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

…ru 4 1p ) '^T 'I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1922 RECEIVES SHIPMENT OF TRUMENTS FOR R. 0. T.C. UNIT A complete new shipmeit of band instruments was received for the R. O. T. C. unit yesterday, and Maor Ar- thur states that alb men interested in joinig the organization may report at his office for any infor;m'ation desired. No applications will be considereA I after the middle of next week, and it is only due to the recent ...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 2

…laboring for his best interests. ' He should go back definitely on frequent occasions to review the pur- poses which brought him to college. Too often students respect literally theii- par-, ents' advice to steer their courses clear of every- thing which was not orthodox in the last genera- tion, and, dIoing so, lose sight entirely of the fact that these same parents are anxious to have them become educated. After all, college is supposed to d...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 3

…11 I'1 F;; i UPHOIDS SPIRIT s ARTICLE IN LAST be guessed he has exposed the naked truth to the chilly air of public opin- ion. DANGER es and look over our it Equipment ag your valuables are dividual box behind yr Si111 AxT.- I I k' Editor, The Michigan Daily: Since the faculty has broken into print on account of the recent article1 In Smart Set, which assumes to polish down our shins with sandpaper, Ii hope The Daily will find space...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 4

…1E SI t Joe Parker will open his new cafe in the basement of the Cornwell build- ing, corner of East Huron and Fourth avenue, today. Table tops, dating from 1895 to 1907, which formerly covered the walls of the old "Catal- pa" will be imbedded in the ceiling and according to Joe every effort will be made to restore the atufosphere of the old inn. Dr. C. L. Straith, of Detroit, will lec- tuer at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the dental amphitheate...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 5

…V; . .: '. 1> .l, w"... . .... f .I i 1111 1 '',I I vlllll,111111.1110 w ES INTO THIRD PLACE F VICTORY OVER IOWA; ICE SEEN AS FINAL cgA ler 6 out of 8, Ely 0 out of 3; Iowa- Shimek 6 out of 9. Substiutionj: Michigan-Pearman for Miller; Le- Galley f4r Pearman; Iowa-McGovney for Barton, Voltmer for McGovney; Barton for Burgitt. Officials- Ref- erees Birch,; Earlham; Umpire, Mc- Cord, Illinois. SWIMMING MEET WITH CINCINNATI CANCELLED a WIT...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

…Fiblbt IU 1IELRI IURIVII TO URBANA SET F9i FRIDAY Will Decide Men on the mile relay crew will go to the e Up Indi- best of the following contestants: Luads Chubb, Morton, Rankin, Walter, Price, C. M. Davis, Joyner, Hattendorf, and VILL TAKE Weeks. 'ECIAL' EVENTS Provided a miler is found who can do 4:36 or thereabouts, which is quite on the one-mile, likely, two of the quarter milers and y relay teams to a half-miler will comprise the medlay i...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… NSIBLE," A MOVIE STAGED ENTIRELY BY students, to be shown next Tuesday, March 7, i) us pnay Idual to ;pray of rom the neezing, tc. This tance of gine the r during during the day. John Jones has an active pulmonary tuberculosis. His sputum contains millions of tubercle germs. His hahds are practically al- ways contaminated. The germs are "rubbed off" on the hands of his friend at the next 'hand shake." Not long thereafter these germs gain en...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

…support for start on tb ing." aans given a, ject and unit of ect to we qui( The: further f. P. 0. Okellburg h ed a year's leave from y that will commencer :pects to go to Europe - vigiting the different I Scholarship Awarded to Women ' Six senior ' girls will , be aided through the Lucinda Hinsdale Stone scholarship fund according to a deci- - sion made early in the week. Five x of the girls will receive loans of $100 - each and the other ...…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 9

…imtittee, with Mar- 'airlnan, has pro- its work on the advertsements in been collected, ar- a Arbor women to by mail order have Lollar tax has been y one in the junior begin work on the work are: ine Kuhl- ?Hinshaw, Anderson. .Marjorie e, Luvern lelen Kane, The World Fellowship committee of .the Y. W. C. A. entertained the girls .from foreign countries who are at- tending school here from 4 to 6 o'clock Sunday after'noon, at the home of Mrs....…

March 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 107) • Page Image 10

…M. (11:80 a. m.. MARCH 1, 1922 lays.)' Number 107 iference of the Deans at 10 this morning in the M. L. BURTON. ollege of Literature, Selence, and the Arts: ing of the Board in my office Wednesday, March 1, JOHN R. EFFINGER. rolled with the Bureau of Appointments: yve enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments for call at the office, 102 Tappan Hall, to fill out loca- I semester. The office will be open for this purpose from 9 to 12 in the mor...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…I -Ak It I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1922 ° --- _. I,, STUDENTS TO TOURSPAIN 1I DEM . N CALL Trip During Summer Months Led By Prof. Wagner Planned Prof. C. P. Wagner, of the Spanish faculty, is to be in charge of a party which is to make an extensive tour of Spain this summer. The trip is planned primarily for, those who wish to avail themselves of the eleventh annual summer school to be held in Madrid under the au...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 2

…in f.dt el to l "" Michigan, the alums strength. adds lasting who should, >wer to that bond. It is ad frequently, do, add this Big Reductions! On All "M" Books at the use for niot otherwise therein. ins as second ynard Street. s, if signed, the sg- s an evidence of faith, he Daily at the discre- Daily office. Unsigned i.N!o manuscript will le sentiments expressed AFF ....BREWST4R P. CAMPBELL ...........Joseph A. Bernstein ............…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…1Vext TZive Year s eat possibilities exist for future' ,usou in Ann Arbor, according to .Cole, contractor. More than 50 es are in the process of construc- already this year, while as many ihave been recently completed. e southeast section' of town has the greatest advance in this latest nption of building, but other sec- particularly those near the cam- will "be likely to undergo consid- le change in the near future. addition to the University...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 4

… r- '. . '' _4 Body Herrera to Speak Tonight ,troit, was G. D. Herrera, of the Spanish de- igan State partment, will lecture in English on recent an- "Colombia" before the La Sociedad ization in Hispanica at 7:15 o'clock tonight in is a. mem- Tappan hall. The lecture,- which is n of Mac- open to the public, will be followed by Detroit. a regular meeting of the society. illllll lll llil1111111l1I ll II 1l 1 l 11111111111lilii Cigarettes a...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 5

…higan >ud of such As a track itly among io. As a :t from all service to re not only Sing a peer Ling which more, -and )ect of the alumni and e, Steve Farrell can boast of a rful record as a track coach, fsn't of the boasting kind. Mod- s one of his marked character- and no matter how great a team us out, nor how marvelous an e he develops, Steve always ains that certain silent reserve, ty. Sterling qualities are those hais man, Steve, posses...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

…Ut Engineers Leaves r Sumn Davis, summer training r surveying students, will be y the first party of students on Saturday, June 3, accord- of. C. T. Johnston, director rp, and head of the geodesy ying department of the Col- igineering. ther "years, the students at- lie summer camp will be di- two groups. The first group Ann Arbor on Friday, June rrive in camp the next day, complete their work on Fri- 28. Since this group will a Arbor just be...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

…cnoruses will practice at 4 o'clock to- day and group 2 instead of group 1 will practice at 5 o'clock. or statistical tabies, and in the liter- lowships in s h are offered n's Educationa of Boston, toS orough prepan he fellowshipsc Clerical assist ,veling expense -estigation are rtment of rese a college of in economic isfactory refer Lth, character, or social-econ rements for all ary presentation of the results of the investigation. All fel...…

March 02, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

…Saturdays.) Number log 'J know Your Alumni (By Courtesy of Chiti es) I Sp. M. (11:30 a. m Y, MARCH 2, 1922 eeting of the Regents held Feb. 24, the following resolution was d, That beginning with June 30, 1922, the Secretary be author- cted to carry over to the credit of the departments in each suc- the' net unexpended balances in the current expense and equip- ts. of the several University Departments." S. W. SMITH, Secretary. { ory Comm...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…RU 4 i~-An rl jDAY AND NIG] ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 PRICE F - MAND HEAVY FOR '24 ]PROM TICKETS I; SAND MEANS BSTITLTTE IN and ers ofI March 2. - Majority a house ways and means e hopeful today that a of the soldiers' bonus >een found in the pro- substitute for the cash bill, a provision for ad- certificates, upon which men immediately could rom the banks. / of the plan already lertaken today by the mmittee to w...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 2

…clusivel1 entitled to the use for tes credited to it or not otherwise >cal news published therein. Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second rd Street. if signed, the signa- an evidence of faith, Daily at the discre- )al office. 'Unsigned No mianuscript will sentiments expressed STAFF 'OR....... BRZWSTER P. CAMPBELL .......................Joseph A. Bernstein .................................Paul Watzei r................................J. B. Young aG....…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…CARS wanuacawie, Dusnescs ana proie- sional men. Names that appear on the national advisory boards, include Joseph A. Faurot, deputy police com- missioner, New York, Dan Beard,'na- tional Boy Scout commissioner, J. A. Hall, educational director Associated Advertising 'Clubs of the World, and Gutzen Boglum, sculptor and presi- dent of the Inuternational Sporting Club. T BODYI L THEFTS' MARKET of Dealing With s System of lIearanceJ [arch 2....…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

… + 's t :i - i .. .. ..._....__.. .-- .. .... ,. .. ,., ......_....... ...... ....r..,.. ., ..,. .. - --=- its lemoral- i an ex- He said that students of an Eastern college had bet $200,000 on a single football game. Illinois defeated Wisconsin, 35, in basketball Monday night. 37 to an James D. Bond, former University of Pittsburgh linesman, has signed a contract as assistant football coach at Centre college Kentucky. "-i DE DN ,HESTR...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 5

…S I U a U U cecac An attempt is being made to secure the pardon of Charles Goram, of Pon- With Purdue settled .in first place Michigan's play wholly out of balance tiac, convicted of killing his wife and - as undisputed champions of the Big and allowed the Hawkceyes to begin given a life sentence at Jackson more et Large Number Ten court race, attention has now cen- threatening operations. Captain Rea than a year ago, the pardon plea be- thlet...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

…n~ one-third of th aiversity are pa ,hrough the univ thle recenlt annua ireau of Appoints hows that of 3,22 wring the year, themselves. Spe this situation,t "This is a fac especially co01 one of thle oldest country." in's Great CJontri .es calls attentii entage of self- the University of es : "Diurinag a 1( r, tile University with visitor's night at the observatory as well. ENED Mercado to Speak Aug. 2 A. E. Mercado, of the romance lang- 11'P...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…~4Unusual opportuity to interest wo- men of the graiduating class in affill- the ating with the work~ of the Asso- d to ciatio~n of University women is offered 1 do by the second conference of the In-. or- ternational Federation of University mey. women to be held July, 15 to 18 in >m 9 Paris. At this conference there will be university women from the Brit- ish Isles, India, Canada, Spain, Den- rom- mark, Italy, and France,, as well as from fr...…

March 03, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 109) • Page Image 8

…L DULLLI (11:30 a. m. Saturdays.) 1098 8, 1922 Numberl nittee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: leeting of this Committee in the Dean's office Friday 4:10 p. m. JOHN R. EFFINGER. eting: .t 4 p. m. in Room 212 Chemistry building., C. H. STOCKING,Secretary. able to meet these' classes on Friday, March 3. SAMUEL MOORE. 1equired Medical Examination: ce of the Deans held March 1 it was agreed that in the who do not submit themselv...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…trt4yn, at, F I- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARC}I 4, 12-2 vrm In Methods Of University Control To Replace "Autocratic Type" I Proposed In Criticism By fichigan Man In March Issue Of "Survey" II gistc m in university government is, posal of Dr. John E. Kirkpat- structor in the political science ient, in an article appearing in rch issue of The Survey. The urges the replacemnt of the "aristocratic -or autocratic university governmen...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 2

…uise for thierwise isecond entiments. expressed BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL ......................,Joseph A. Bernstein .............. ...... .Paul W atzel .........J. B. Young G. P. Overton )n M. B. Stahl echt an..................L. Armstrong Kern er }E. R. Meiss r...............Thornton W. Sargent, Jr. , ....George E,. Sloan S..Sidney B. Coates ...George Reindel ...lizabeth Vickery .. ... .. .. . . .. . ..E. R. Meiss . Marion Koch eltz Robert ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

…SLug a Sound To Aero Work i l MOSCOW, Feb. 7.-Soviet Russia will soon have a wireless station cap- De. able of transatlantic service, says H., Nikolaieff, assistant commissar for posts and telegraphs. The station is in progress of erec- tion at Bogorodsk, near Moscow and at- is expected to be one of the most F. powerful in the world. Its towers ern will be more than 900 feet high, which ing is 300 feet higher than the famous ni-' German wire...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 4

…< TV v ,. a 'tom. '6 - 9 ".1. %Qd::5 / I x , _ ,_ . ., , ______________________________ SPIRITED' entered, but as yet they have not ds- orpaydthiiwrs.Aitedoeno TE PL ~irit MB~ laedthirwaes A hedoe owTRCKAHLETES ARV a whirlwind, for Bruckers and San- 1 H MGfA1 R 't chez are out with hammer and tongsF R BRUJCKEIRSANCIIEZ TEAM MAY to regain their lost crown, while Og- MEET GREEIN.OGDON FOR i don and Green are on the defensive. Michigan ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 5

…U, Pi 'I ge I !Iawkeyes Tonig, F start plays and to break up Iowa of- fense. SElyBest Center The center position will be filled by Ely. There is no question that the work of this player is above the aver- ed every opposing center that has been seen in" Waterman gymnasium. He iseasily of All-Conference caliber. In the Illinois game alone, his work mer-. ited a great deal of credit. In this ISLIUINARY OF contest Ely scored ten baskets fro...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 6

… __ _ _ :w. _ ...._._ .:. _ . YOU WILL DO BETTERI I Menure -AT- Gr'ocerie- M~r. Steward, if you found that you could actually save money by buying your groceries at home LEMBLE'S BREAKFAST LUNCH Grapefruit 530 FOREST AVER IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF- ITS' AND SERVICE- THIS IS THE STORE Gans best grade Red Salmon 89c st $1 Broom in the City 73c Cream of Wheat Coffee Banana Sandwiches-Toasted Rice a la Japan Hearts of Lettuce, with Thou- ...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

…d A meeting of the University Girls' I Glee club will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. for the sked to STUDENTS OFFERED rill do ny or- EUROPEAN TOURS money.- from 9 Four student tours to European countries, membership in *fwhich is open to students and instructors in at and American colleges and universities,I ay will has been organized for the summerof morn- 1922 under the auspices of the Institute all. of Internatio...…

March 04, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 110) • Page Image 8

…RUU VIII Y U L. b. I .:80 a. m. Saturdays.) I III U l ul 'i Is) II x IIL now Cour Alu h (By Courtesy of Chimes) 4, 1922 Number 110 el H. Hodgin of the Teachers' Annuity and Insurance Associa- i the office of the Secretary of the University from 10 to 12 orning and 10-12 a. m. and 2-3:30 p. m. Monday, March 6, for f conferring with members of the faculties upon the advan- by the Teachers' Anuity and Insurance Association. Mr. Hod-...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 1

…'I L'' M' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY,, MARCH 5, 1922, Mmm IN' SECOND PLA )TT SAILS FOR EUROPE IN JUNE Prof. Fred N. Scott of the rhetoric department will sail from Montreal, Canada, June 2, for Liverpool, Eng- land, on the steamship Montcalm,, op- erating on the Canadian Pacific line. On arriving in Liverpool, Professor Scott will leave at once for London, where he will remain until tl2e first STIESpart of August tq study the "Hist...…

March 05, 1922 • Page Image 1

…4rMtr4gan Iaitty SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 The Business of Running the University (By G. E. Sloan) of dollars, and whose prestige and versity and the Trustees of the Agri- interests of the University but func- A manufacturing concern doing a reputation are priceless. cultural College cannot be interfered tions distinct and separate from the business of a million dollars a year is 'How, then, is this huge eleven...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 2

…B e use for otherwise ar" e n. teuts expressed P. lt. The co-operative house plan has succeeded at Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Kansas. Is there any good reason why it should not prove effective at Michigan? THE EGO OF THE FAMOUS In the three classifications once suggested for the listing;of great men, one was for those who "had greatness thrust upon them". Under this category might well be placed the heroes of popular acclaim, the best base...…

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…THE MICHIGAN- DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 The Business of ings and grounds, with its staff of RELIGION--SOME they do. It is one of their faults. They / graduate engineers and employees protect the weaklings and so breed R unning U.O J ,i often able to do contracting jobs DOUBT--SOME DON'T other weaklings, R resulting in savings of thousands . "The Bible? Except for its chrono- of dollars for the University. A com- (Continued fro Page ...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 3

…I- ment uni- Theaters to JLondon-The Stanhope gold medal, unsuccessful attempts, resci awarded by the Royal Humane So- low miner from a pit inN ciety for the "bravest act of the year," had accumulated. The pit is eli i Ice Cream Brick Special Each week-end we put up a specially prepared ice cream brick. This weeks special is called 'MA L L O NUT le of selected French Marshmallow Nut Maple Mousse, Call us or get it of our dealers. PHO...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE The Double Dealer's Poetry (By Lois Elisabeth Whitcomb) to say, and her versification is weak. Mr. Davidson's work is full of music, displays a cynical sympathy for frus- Within the year there has appeared "Sun Ballet" is freely rimed, and and notably lacking in visual appeal. tration. The group of verses, "In in "The Double Dealer" a remarkably' rapid in movement. It is thin stuff The lack o...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 4

…WILL SPEAK ] ATj FFECTIVE OCT. 1o, 1921 :ntral Standard Time P.M. A&PM Daily Daily Adrian ..Ar. 7.00 12:45 Tecumseh .... 6:25 12:10 . Clinton......6:05 x:so Saline ...... 5:15 11:00 Ann Arbor Lv. 445 P.M. A&PM Exclusive designs in HATS and GOWNS MRS. GRACE VAN SCHOICK PHONE 795"W 230 Nickels Arcade Harrison E. Howe, editor of the Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, will talk to the Michigan section of the American Chemical so...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 The Student Who Earns His "Keep" --and the U. of M. Employment System (By Virginia Tryon) Below his name is a printed list of to the Employment Bureau. The art- have taken up the odd jobs, such "I care not for my neighbor's birth, occupations, and lhe puts crosses be- greater number who come for help as housecleaning, mowing, shoveling Or how he makes his prayer , side those in which lie is mos...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

…^ 2 + N " " 5:. . " : : .'1..1 ____._.__._.... _....__.._ _--..-......-- - . Conference baseball Teams .Make Ready For 1922 Diamond Season II I LXE GOOD TIMES IN Ti DARTMOUTH HARVARD DAKLEY HAS LLANCED TEAM Is Strong in Dashes, i, Pole Vault, and. igh Jump cts at Cornell this year vay brighter than pre- The Red and White is looking forward to ason with full confi- he fact that the varsity >hed over Harvard and turday, Feb. 19, in a ...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 6 Benavente-and "Los Intereses Creados" (By G. D. E.) with a high hand. They conduct lists, and there is nearly always a to a rich young lady and all turns out Several weeks ago I discussed, in a themselves like nobles and have half sardonic man, however shabby or des- well. The roguery is forgiven and paragraph or two, Jacinto Benavente, of the city kowtowing to them before titute, who speaks ...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 6

…01t F and have statged a come- as left Minnesota and Ohio . 'I Many Veterans LE Coach Evans team is composed of veterans, but the combination did not get to working smoothly until the sea- son was well advanced, hence the low- Play ly position of the Evanston cagers. Captain McKenzie, right guard ot the Purple team, is probably the most dangerous man Michigan will have to face Monday night. This stellar guard AlE is high scorer for the No...…

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…II THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 JENS PETER JACOBSEN translated for the first time into Dan- s(A Review py R. D. S.) ish. While he was carrying on his scien- From the Scandinavian countries tiflic work he still retained his love there has come, especially within the for literature. Consequently, when "i.T E STORE OF1 0 IANIND" Some of his touches are excellent; past few years, a great deal of ex- tuberculosis forced him to ...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 7

…rroit J, L /. fly 60 per aims that saved the y the use *Detroit, Mich., March 5.--Officials of the Detroit stockyards, at the behest of the Detroit Humane society, have provided a "maternity hospital'" for aniimals at the yard. That is believed' here to be the first animal hospital of its kind in the country. A large number of cattle are taken to the institution each wek, it is an- nounced. An old shed is used for hos- pital purposes, it be...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE the faint sharp scratch of a dry leaf firm and ultimately dies "the difficult naian literature.3 made as easy as possible for them, and being drawn along the floor in the death". In closing, it should be mentioned are given every opportfunity to show folds of a lady's dress. He doe's not. Jacobsen's inexhaustible patience is that Hanna Astrup Larsen, in trans- of what they are made. The effic...…

March 05, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

…ociate4 Mar erica urning nd th in 0cc usty ore. of ietime nen w r Char I HN l ,AID' OFFICER HERE J. E. Bryce, of the Jackson office of the Veterans' Bureau, has been in 1 USE F OLDAnn Arbor the past week, in his posi- 1 USE OF OLD tion of coordinator between the Uni- URIENTAL versity and those students who are{ being sent through college at the ex- pense of the go'vernment. Also, during d Press) the illness of Dr. F. B. Wahr, of the ch 4.-Chi...…

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…I THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 U THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1922 Announcing ocir Spring display of the Newest Millinery Modes as interpreted by the country's foremost designers in co-operation with our own Millinery workroom- You are most cordially invited to see' the array---choosing only wher you find a model that meets with your absolute approval. Emma B. Fogerty's Specialty Hat Shop 117 E. Liberty...…

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