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April 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… .. ... .. . .. ".. .. . . - . ., _ . . .. .. .. .. r. t $ . * _ i _ .,._ FROM .R, 5 e One) ing round, second, and st 'throw to he only Nor- are rather erratic in and neither was able third Knode walked, d by a pitched ball, e a single through coring, and Kirch he plate by a narrow vo out in the second singled, was forced Ruzicka got free went to third on hit, and came Iome econd baseman held rands. hird in the fifth inn- >tt juggled th...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

….: ' ...f" ;y Oo ' S !!.. . F r . s 4 jy , ' 1 ' - . . e me SIN EVENTSI .' I;I 'i by Coach in Half lay Events, 100 and v PROM~ISED FROM WUST -E ENTRY Michigan's track team will inaugur-1 ate its outdoor schedule this afternoon in the Drake university relay meet. Coach Farrell has entered his men in two relay events, the half emile and mile. selecting Losch, Cook, Butler,' and Wetzel for the first event and Wheeler, Butler,-Bur...…

April 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

…lr CHIGAN 0 'IT 2HIGA~J [ ENS PERSHING H. so SENIORS' SHOW GRET ORAMATC TALENT itics." - IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK AT OUR POPULAR-PRICED HATS- MILLINERY AND HAIR GOODS After the address tea will be served. Not only are the women of the University asked to be present, but also it is hoped that women from the city of Ann Arbor will find it possible to be present. CO-)OITTEES THREE PLAYLETS GIVEN GREAT VARIETY; SCHOOL ORCHESTRA PLAYS O...…

April 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

…i . N (- : r pp ' ! ri ; ..-.. .- lug .4, t f..x , ' .. . e . " r' I PURDUE IN COLUMN; S FROM WISCONSIN ES TO WOLVER- IVES Ichigan's Varsity baseball nine red the 1000 percentage columin, he Conference standing, Saturday defeating Indiana 10 to 3 in the ie at Bloomington. The Wolver- , were never in danger and with tain Parks pitching. steady ball e was no doubt as to the outcome r the first Michigan counter had n made in the third in...…

April 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… 1r !" 1 ., ,. .^ ' c. -, ., ... . , . . .. . O Y _ ".-.. ; AILE TEAM TO 60 TO PENN RELAYS5 utler, Wheeler, Wetzel, and Burk- holder to Make Philadelplihi Trip This Week )HNSON GQING IN FARRELL'S PLACE; WILL NOT COMPETE Michigan's only entry in the Penn elays is the one mile relay team,' ade up of Butler, Wetzel, Wheeler, id Burkholder. They are the only arsity men who will make the trip Philadelphia to compete in the re-; Y classic of t...…

April 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 148) • Page Image 3

… 1 1 l iJ L 711 V 1 11 va 7..4 a1 a aa+-" s + ~ . . TM , . - , , ,.. ,., " , r , . @n1G ow Qe. e! -0 rom Page One) other man on the hit safely, led off a single which sent errin walked to the aviest bat and lifted p right, where the it. MAZ forced s flied to deep cen- -an's hope for a fin- FIVE GAMES IN FRATERNITY INDOOR LEAGUE SET FORTODAY All games in the first two rounds of the interfraternity indoor series will be seven inning contes...…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

… fl J 1. i i.% ' iK /" ~A~T ~ * .. .* . 1M r___________________ h| TRACK NOTICE OUT All track mncn whp have lock- ,es at Ferry"fMeld should appear for pry.,tice -.t 3 o'clock Satur- day afternoon. Coach Steve Far- rell has planned to have the can- didates in the various events compete at this time. -t ne at - rence TENNIS MEN PLAY I was FIFTEEN MATCHES game ,roons Varsity tennis candidates took ad- t, the vantage of the first good p...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 4

…ANNOUNCED (Continued from Page One) lowing is the program: ne 28-Ship Building in War s (illustrated), Prof. H. C. Sdler. ne 29-Some Problems of a City 01 Administrator, Mr. Frank ,"superintendent of schools, D- .-Medical lecture. ne 30-The Trinity of Transpor- y. (illustrated); "Prof. A. H. chard.-Concert by School of c faculty. ly 1-A Modern Educational Ten- x, M4r. . W. Sexton, superintend- S'schools, Lansing.- What the ols Must Do, Pres. ...…

April 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 133) • Page Image 4

…A 1 JEWELERS - of - Quality and Service 113 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor. Mich. ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET Excellent CHOP SUEY from 11:30 a. m. to midnight Steaks and Chops 814 S. State TS and CRANES equaled .I chocolates for Easter )c-90c-s.10 - $1.75-$8.50 AT UARRY DRUG CO.S PRESCRIPTION STORE. COR. SO. STATE and UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 308 All Fools' Day Hats Usual Crop "Hello! May I spgk with Mr. John Smith?" "This is Mr.' Smith speaking."...…

April 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY the Ugper Room the clocks brings the meeting an hour it will be the last, earlier than heretofore. The meeting r Vacation. It is begins at 7 o'clock and lasts just an nce will be large. hour. 444 South State Street.--Adv. r lesson, there will Hugo Prucha and-a The Michigan Daily, the only morn- y Harold Coffmdn, Ounty Y. M. C. A. Ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all of Michigan. Please the latest Campus, City and World .e...…

April 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 135) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,, . ., ,. . ,, " ... a f'" '. n Yn .. r " ".. Y' Y q X" w ''Y . n a 1 .. A . " . " . -. n. " ^ Y a, y a n h I J Y ^ ' ' r" ' . . . ." 13 . .". .. . ., ." . a. .. ", ". .. .. r. . . . . " . .' n " .. " a - .. .^ " " . ;. . .- .. "a ... . . . . i- .: . .. . - " r '" Y :' 1r,7"ow rt' SIT Q QINTETS Quarter Nile Interscholastic Record Still Held By Butler BALL NINE PLAYS FIRST FULL' GAME i Nortfwestern Two Morning Ga...…

April 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 136) • Page Image 4

… Republican nominating con- o be held at 7:15 o'clock to- the fourth floor of University the Athena Literary society pen to the general public. lowing men will be nominat- bert hoover,,by Ida Gratton, k Lowden, by Ida Mines, '20;j 1 J. Pershing, by Agnes Diehl, '22; Warren Harding, by Beata Hasley, '22; Leonard Wood, by Doris Gracey, '21; and Hiram Johnson, by Euphemia Carnahan, '22. Blanche Blynn, '20, will be Critic and Margaret Stone, '22,...…

April 07, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 137) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Mww- ! M ... louses Close for Vacation houses, six will be' open, three of Newberry residence is the which will serve meals. No special of the University dormitories provision has been made for those 11 be open during the spring girls who will remain in Ann Arbor this year. Of the sorority during the vacation. 'or the ampus A Beret /, c where Woven )l, light y to theti F JUST the thinggirls!. Tam, made in Europ the s...…

April 08, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 138) • Page Image 4

…11" IJ V. 'HIGAN DAILY "pot" be forced to wear it when he UNIVERSITY RIFLE CLUB RECEIVES has more than the required number of' hours to make him a sophomore? ' OFFICIAL FAC ULTY AUTHORIZATION ., SOLDIER STUDENTS ON BONUS RANK HIGHEST AT WISCONSIN Condition Believed Due to Greater Age of Men and More Serious Attitude Pump InfN( I PHASE ERSEAS tily agree with Roy John- he stated that the overseas have no. desire to throw y upon the 'sym...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 4

…Dru- Co. GOING HOME? Take along a box of Whit- man's Candy. A little higher In price - and worth it! Ii LLI ANSWERS HOBBS ON HOOTER CLUB GUESTION ORGANIZATION DECLARED TO BE FOR PURPOSE OF SPLITTING PARTY i rI ALL SIZES N LY SP NO yVarden Cherries- in cream, 90c per lb.; 45c per half pound. ONE GILLETTE MEN! YOU CAN GET HUNDRED PER CENT BETTER SHAVES IF YOU STROP YOUR BLADES The barber strops his razor before each shave. You also ...…

April 10, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

… PAtti' FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. c.I Cl N 't\eFSt.' U: AT OttI The Teleope cle nr he'ccirs(ii rbyth oad in (By J. AV. R.) Controliof Stuen-tPiation.ii An unkind ftt which desited himsaif I itTlitt i1)1' FiiE i' t'-5Itti'i-i~ti 'It S admittanse to this Hop turnca his sotl There was anl interval ot sii' 'se, and ii Ao I Ii'i'is, ili'ui ii'e~ijii O worniwood andl caused that sterling then, 'Viola, it isn't good tsr yo...…

April 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 140) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,.,..Tru i. ,. ._ MITORIALS MIichigan Daily is claiming a the championship of the >nference on the grounds ar of reverses is not suffi- tise it to lose its prestige collegiate world of sport." ords, because the Wolver- championship a year or ey are still "champions of despite the fact that they verwhelmingly beaten dur- year. still considers Michigan iampions of the west," ac- the editorial writer of the bases.his assert...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 4

…A ~ ""t- A XI1-%A 1 ,. ....., +,ae.w-..... .-.. .......r.e..w-s..., ..a.a.s_........c....e..+.=... e...-,.a...-,.e. . ..,r,....,.,-u4 1e.«..:.w.L11U.. p.. ...bU N JJ /ML. Iawe-.....m ..,- , .n -j-:-- , * - -, r r;. s _ D t1l's a .. 64 tT .. serv i l t Brief Cazes, Music Folios Studenit Cases CourtoMs and iatstacon. T EA TME to every custo- Tbe Ann Al $r Saings Bank inco ~raen SU69 Rae u r ..... a $OOl) i Northwest Cur. Main & Huron. TO? ...…

April 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 142) • Page Image 4

…I LIILU The selection of fellows from Amier- ica was made by a jury of univer- rith a sti- sity professors and technical experts. in some Successful candidates will sail from d lately New York in early summer so that nd wom- they may have time to familiarize d human- themselves with the languag and life s of Swe- of-the Scandinavian people before. the according opening of the universities. by the The fellowships for American stu- dation in den...…

April 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 143) • Page Image 4

…... ibrary two, and three. uraduate readiunroom g rooms number one contains books on ancient s of the languages, number two books on mod- e spring ern languages,' and number three books on philosophy, education, and bers one, mathematics. - All upperclass girls who wish tol play baseball should sign up on the bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium before 4 o'clock, April 27. FEBRUARY STUDENTS GUESTS AT TEA IN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE University wo...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 4

…WIomen ______________________ __________________________ College tes AND' OPTOMETRIST 13 SOUTH MAIN STREET I I i,. #, p. (f - A I t of f, SUNDAY DINNER MENU SOUP (Willits' Best) Wafers Lettuce Tomato Salad insh 2lock over- Roast Sirloin of Beef Brown Gravy Fricasseed Chicken wit Biscuit Creamed Potatoes t EarlyDJune Peas Dessert Cherry Pie Raisin Pie Vanila Ice Cream Tea Coffee Milk I Y 12 to 2 P. M.-Price $1.00 SHOP The W...…

April 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 145) • Page Image 4

…1 £ 1 L' 1A&11A 1 1\.11'11 1 &..A""1 L so .w _, .. _ .. . . .. . ,.. .. ., " , . .. " . ,. ," ,,. . , ..,, -: ... . " " ' .. ". "' .. ,. ,- , , .. 1 .. "r . ..' ,. ': ', .. Q . ' ., . .. ". ? "" ' . i" a i. " .r.. '; .. :. Crow+ R ;+%", I oak contains what every men and woman and what every child should Loren (' Guild, M. P., Rockwood, Ont. ry and Concentration" (a new booklet) is referred to. He has erience to guide his statement. ...…

April 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 146) • Page Image 4

…Y. W. C. A. AUTHORITIES TO BE HERE TOMORROWI HOLD MEETING OF STEVENS waii FORM F 1 T PRES. It. -AND - E.WSSERSTON 'ne 62&8. B IIUTCHINS ENDORSES CAUPAIGN FOR FUNDS TALB0T- in. A ',YRON E-'S''s irt,. RROW o t COLLARS are curve cut to fit the shouders perfecty Ctmutt, Peabody &Colnc.'Xtacs Party Gowns a Specialty THOSE CANOE TRIPS AND OVER-HILL HIKES During the Days to Come Will Mean Many a Sun-burned Face and Neck. USE DERMA...…

April 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 147) • Page Image 4

…I IA-Inli V nA su uA '.J.L ~- - I. "House Regulations,"I IL ICEO OPEN ON TO OF DELE- gram of business for Thurs- erence of the Women's Self- it association is: ,tion of the delegates will business session at 10:30 . the morning at Barbour a, DeanMyra B. Jordan will e address of welcome, and L. Strauss will talk on the of W. S. G. A. to the Uni- Organization of the confer- then occupy the intervening luncheon at 12:30 o'clh. ,zel Curtis...…

April 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 148) • Page Image 4

…lvilkIrnl L % £VINI...O4% lI A Trube y' s NOTED FOREIGN IORKERS AMON WEEK'S VISITORS rs. Lunnes Contectionery ce Cream, Delicious Sodas (By Helen Middleswart) re Makie' our own Ice Cream This week Ann Arbor is especially favored in having many interesting s solicited from Fraternities and 'women with wide ranges of experi- ties. 218 S. Main Phone 166 ence. One of them is- Miss Welthy E Honsinger, who has been in China for 10 years. She ...…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 4

…. State St.-Adv. If it is real artistic, decorative wall overings you want go to C. H. Major - Co., 203 E. Wash. St.--Adv. PERSHING OU TO LOOK R. SARGENT WRITES OF MEDIDAL1 WORK IN CHINA Dorothy Curts , South Dakota, Bess Hart; Kansas, Catherine Oder; Knox, Azalia Hackman and Lydia Haltman; Ames, Glen Watts and Louis Wiese; Michigan, Marguerite Chapin, '20, and 14 ...... ., ....tt .. "It. l 161 .' OUR IDEA 4 KODAK PIG ald; M. A. C., Marj...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

…rnn innt'vnr lIofflfl TTA'Vrn no" Whether or not the charter of the city of Ann Arbor shall be revised is again one of the issues of the pri- maries to be held on April 5. Agita- tion for a revision has been going on for a period of at least six years, aC_- cording to Mayor Wurster. Mayor Wurster states that the main difficulty lies in the fact that many of the people are indifferent to .the your puenc One of our best friends is your pencil...…

April 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 133) • Page Image 5

… Ilt THEATRE t., 2, 3-Dustin Farnum and of the Bad Land." IEUM THEATRE 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 . 1, 2-Earl Williams Man Loves." FIVE DAYS COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 5 Box Office Sale now on at Whitney Theater There are a number of Good Seats left- for the performances on Monday evening and Friday afternoon o , Rm m t ti t ? penny and wa on the verge of starva- M tion. His criminal career begins on a cold, rainy night when, desperate from ...…

April 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 134) • Page Image 5

… a Lv% A' R La"1 IEATRE 30. 10:00 The Stage 2:0,73:0, :00, of the nad Land" eel comedy. ues., 4, 5, 6-Blanch e Deadlier Sex" and in the first of his I comedies "Broken 7, 8-William Far- e Adventure" and a imedy "Millionaire d Kinogram weekly. Sat. 3- Sessue Hayakawa in "The Dragon Painter" with a news and comedy. Sun-Mon, 4, 5 -Mary Miles Minter in "Yvonne from Paris." Also slowing a comedy and Ford weekly. Tues-Wed., 6, 7-June Elvid...…

April 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 135) • Page Image 5

…F HE HIGAN DAILY THE 1UGANDAIL .. I !an S Interest in Swimming Growi: .. IATIC SPORT DYVES .UCCESS SPEAKING OF SPORTS, FIVE FRATERNITIES REMAIN IN HOUSE CUSHION RACE FINALS OF CLASS RELAY SCHEDULED FOR RACES MONDAY By BOB ANGELL U1se in Popularity of Sport Bids Well for Future Tank 'I FAMOUS COACT, PRAISES ,ARD'S WOLVERINE OUTFIT (By W. F. Elliott) Slightly more than a year ago the University of Michigan informal swim...…

April 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 136) • Page Image 5

…,AN DAILYl later, Wed. Eve., April 14 SON'S LAUGHIING SENSATIOJN! Presents (Associated with the Seiwvyns) Lt Ie NigSht M1. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews ike Your Wife, Mo1ther and Sweetheart to See siting, BUTT Not Without Lanighter. SCAST Direct from the Princess Theatre, New Including FRANCIS BYRNE. PRICES--75eq $1.009, $150~ AND4 $2.00 Asked At. Random Today's question: "Do, you thinkI the local mnoving picture houses are justified in ru...…

April 07, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 137) • Page Image 5

…kN,,LAJ ' Communications I ekly. eis andII Tues-Wed., 6, 7--June Elvidge In Poison Pen," Mutt & Jeff car- toon, "Putting On a Doeg" and, comedy. COMING Bessie Bar'i scale In ,The Luck of Geraldine Laird." iI. ar & Bayne in hI Master Thief " 11 li l i iiiiii a ii i l111 lly iiiiiliil 1111i. SGarrickaeroit2 :'TOO MANY HUSBANDS' =I I1 taR11Ii limilli11111 . Theater, Wed. Eve., April 14 THE SEASON'S LAUGHING SENSATION! i Klauber Present...…

April 08, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 138) • Page Image 5

…VERI? kr Ins & Hall ts Telegraph Delivery 1002 S. UnAv i EAGERLY AWAITED, Trades in Major League Squads Will Change Fighting Front of Few Clubs :W EL TION LAWS Instituting of Part-Time Schools Causes System Extension Many teachers with special training 1it ....- . . .. IVU.1...... industrial history, shop wo'rk, and home economies are especially need- edl. 1 of Education "-President Burton. tive mind from one naturally somewhat slow ...…

April 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 139) • Page Image 5

…V &.I''CL.I .atre The Stage TilE WHITNEY Wednesday, April 14th A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION. MAlL ORDERS RECD. 750 $1. 1.50,$200 SEATS ON SALE MONDAY M 44m1f f lf:54jf/j$'XI6 1ff 4' .10DiV ADOL KL AUBE(1 PIEfENZC -27 r4 MARTHA M. STANLEY E AOELAIOE MATHEWS 0/A [CT [,00 A TR/UMP/I4NT ALL SEAS £0Y'2UN AT THE P fCEfT FATER .- NEW YO/kK vii g"CS ByIff NEWYORK CAS RE A D WHA T YOUR NEIGHBORS SAYS DETROIT DETROIT The audienace was rocked with merrimen...…

April 10, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 0) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY, APRIL 1.0, 1920. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE BETSY ROSS THE FOUNTAIN ROOM BEAUTIFUL Upholstered Pullmans De Luxe Service The right place to entertain your local or out-of-town friends CANDIES OUR OWN SUPERB PACK FOR House Parties Announcements Gifts and all occasions demanding better-than-ordinary sweets. 13-15 NICKELS ARCADE ~~-ess .'r~n arA.nd Ve r z sem1f ~ t~Booth5-Kapp...…

April 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 140) • Page Image 5

…L -- MAJESTIC Constance Talmadge will appear for the last time today in her latest ve- hicle. "In Search of a Sinner." In this comedy production, the popular star will play one of the sort of parts in which she so excels, a dashing wid- ow. "In Search of a Sinner" is said to one of the fair Constance's very best films , The other half of a double com- . edy bill will consist of the Mack Sen- ett comedy, "The Star Boarder," which is full of ...…

April 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 141) • Page Image 5

…Detroit CAC uO'Brien, in the role of an American City And County writer who has bought an old castle on the Danube, sees what appears to As a final attempt to improve the be a woman standing in the window condition of Ann Arbor's streets and of one of the castle towers. alleys the cleah-up campaign in pro-- gress for the last month has been ex- ALPHA DELTA LEADS 1 tended two more weeks. ALPH A DELTA LEADS "It is a well known fact," stated the...…

April 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 142) • Page Image 5

…I News From The Other Colleges/ iI - I of the meeting at Le two I Lunches Confectionery ,ream, Delicious Sodas lake our own Ice Cream licited from Fraternities and 218 S. Main Phone 166 Notice to Students Desir- iter Professional Schools. /. , Princeton.-Next year's Princeton t fellowship at Harvard has been awarded to Sidney D. Sherrerd, '18. The award was made by the Harvard corporation on the recommendation of the committee on genera...…

April 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 143) • Page Image 5

…L Camping in the REAL Woods inting, Fishing and Canoe Trips ith Indian Guides in the Won- derful Timagami Country CALL 652-M AFTER 7:30 P. M. MAJEST IC TODAY AND SATURDAY n Davies EXHIBIT BOOK PLATES IN LIBRARY CIORRIOR Book plates, showing the work of individual designers, styles of book plates, and plates of noted men, con- stitute the new exhibit now being held in the main corridor of the Library. The exhibit includes book plates of suc...…

April 24, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 144) • Page Image 5

…I Sun., Mon., 25, 26-Nazimova in "Stronger than Death" with a Ford Weekly and comedy. Tues., Wed., 27, 28-Madlaine Traverse in "Tattlers," and Wm. Duncan in "Silent Avenger." W AKINN! Business men are hereby warned that a woman giving her name as Mary Regan is working a "con game .in this town. Be Careful We have looked up her police record and find the following in- formiation recorded: Subject-Mary Regan Age-23 Country-American Citizen Des...…

April 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 145) • Page Image 5

…EXPECT r. TRAIL MEN G OF SPORTS -- By BOB ANGELL that it is a B. V. will be formal.- sort of logic that Tigers. of a formal party w your own con- will be racket. Little Cuba ?" vaulting the net with his boy - "Say, Doc., what is ime this is in line with the to conserve clothing. on for song hit in next ra-"Oh, These Formal B. e styles originate in sn't in the.,same class r when it comes to fashions. Doc. May-"Cuba is a wet country ...…

April 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 146) • Page Image 5

…rHE MICHIGAN DAILY .:30, 0:00 Tues., Wed. 27 and 28-Mad- laine Traverse in "Tattlers," and Wm. Duncan in "Silent Aveng- er." COMING: May Allison in "Please Get Mar- ried." Alice Joyce in "Slaves of Pride." Mabel Normand in "Pinto." i i I THEATRE The Stage THE WHITNEY Tues. 27-Dustin Farnum in "The Corsican Brothers" and "Jlggs" in A two-reel comedy, "Bringing up Father." Adults, 35c; Children, 10c. Wed., Thurs. 28, 29 - H. B. Warner...…

April 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 147) • Page Image 5

…1 1 1 ~ 1 11 iL 1 DAILY dent Cases Trade mark ef quality Guaranteed goods are your protection. Insist on the original. Sold by all Reliable' Dealers, Whitney Theatre Tonight. at 8:15 Mine. Borgny Hammer I IN ILIFTON EFG. 00.. New York HEDDA GABLER WUERTH THEATRE Wed., Thurs. 28, 29 - N. B. Warner in "The Grey Wolf's Ghost" and comedy, "Light Hearts and Leaking Pipes." Fri., Sat. 30, May, 1-Julian IEltinge in "The Adventuress" with "S...…

April 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 148) • Page Image 5

…The Stage THE WHITNEY ana 'I' Detroit 2:0 :0. 7:40, 8:,0. 10:00uu Thurs., Fri. 29, 30-Viola.Dana in "Please Get Married" with a Northwood drama and comedy. Sat., May 1 - Viola Dana in "False Evidence" with a Larry Semon comedy, "Between the Acts." Sun., Mon. 2, 3-Alice Joyce in "Slaves of Pride" with Ford Weekly and Comedy. H UBER "GREENWICH SOETROIVILLAGE DETR~lFOLLIES" SPEDDING STUDIO GUARANTEES to make PHOTOGRAPHS, YOU WILL LIE. MAJESTI...…

April 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 149) • Page Image 5

…STUDENT PUBLICATIONS' NOTICE SAFETY RAZ() 11 Thurs., Fri. 29, 30-Viola Dana in "Please Get Married" with a Northwood drama and comedy. Sat., May 1 - Viola Dana in "False Evidence" with a Larry Semon comedy, "Between the Acts." Sun., Mon. 2, 3-Alice Joyce in "Slaves of Pride" with Ford Weekly and Comedy. AUTO-S TROP "1I ______ ' c kDetroit Charlotte Greenwood in S"Linger Longer etty" t~l1!l111aa~llllvoltIoll111t~l~lolo Managing edi...…

April 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 132) • Page Image 6

…E MICHIGAN 1D LY _ k, t4XC kELS - _ . I o. r....... ,.,,.,.,,. +..;u.. " .. 4 K V' ! 'I ,, w SUITS and TOPCOATS E FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE ANYTIME I FOR YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE EASTER Await Your Choosing A. B. A. Trav ers' Checks as issued by this bank. They come in de- nominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100,-are cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification TS, NECKWEAR, HATS AND CAPS IN LARGE VARIET...…

April 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

…LL Iu Vii FRIDAY box office from 1 to 6 o'clock today. Tryouts for assistant managership are asked to report to Cadwell at the same 'place and time. All senior lits who tried out for the class track team, report in track ly, suits at- 4:30 o'clock today in Waterman gymnasium. an Senior lits should be measured for their caps and gowns at Moe's be- or engineers assemb Engineering building. service at Presbyteri -Recital by Miss iortense Niel...…

April 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 134) • Page Image 6

…s au "Tsivx U- )INGi ON~ gay ats' club dance riua~~nIORJ ractice at rchestra. Whitr st them (Continued from Page One) half, but seemed untable to make good. Upsilon banquet at i practice Whitney ichestra. i Bible class meets te street. lub meets in Mas- ing of Student Vol. Lane hall. ufus lectures before ub in room 101, Ec- g on "Korea." Vis- U? iter breakfastJat the ch, followed by devo- f hour at the Meth- followed by the Wes- rvic...…

April 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…rHE MICHIGAN DAILY NUMBER 1 Dontinued from Page One) electing the all-tournament fives 2s Mather and Mitchell were fac- a great number of players ofq . Many players were on teams ated in early games, and did not a proper chance to show their to berths on the mythical five. .alamazoo quintet, playing only Of of the first game, had two or players with recognition outside state. Shifts Found Necessary as found necessary to.shift men he positions...…

April 06, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 136) • Page Image 6

…THE ;AN DAILY ~HE ~AN DAILY SGOING ON I 'UESDAY H. Zenjamin speaks toj students in University lub dinner, room 323, rna initiation banquet,; .ion. ni Chimes board of di- son third floor, Union. bdinner at the Union. C'lub meets at the Un- County Club nmeet'sat ni band rehearsal in Un-; 7:00- Trip Mandolin club rehearsal in Lane hall. /:00-Bay City club meets at the Un- iQn. 7 :15-Athena Literary society meets in club rooms, University hall...…

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