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May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

… ±J Avi!3Ufl ~I~ai -I 00 J DAY AND 11 i. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920. PRICE THREE N TENNIS, BASEBALL AND TRAC FEATS K MEN f IRSTS TO VS 100 YARD IN CLOSE RACE Record For Javelin Broken by Hoffman in Throw of 175, Feet Wesbrook Takes Tennis Title in Single Matches (Special to The Daily) Chicago, May 29.- Wesbrook won the Conference championship for the second time by defeating Bastian of Indiana, 6-3, 6-1, 4-6, 8-...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…OF THE UNIVERSITY. HIGAN pt Monday during the Univer- of Student Publications. SSOCIATED PRESS usively entitled to the use for s credited to it or not otherwise al news published therein. nn Arbor, Michigan, as second i, $3"5. ding, Maynard street. rial, 2414. 1 3oo words, if signed, ,the sig- in print ' ,but as an evidence of epublished in ''he Daily at the or mailed to The Daily office. ive no consideration. No man- , writer incloses postage...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…S.., - f Wis-f by al ated to nce of spelled warn- it. An- e stu- time arresting anoter stuaent for tne theft of a barber's pole. Round Up Club to Elect Officers' The Round Up club wil hold its an- nual election of officers for the ensu- ing year next Tuesday night at the Union. President Carpenter urges that all members be present in order to elect officers -and to clean up all old business of this year. Get ready for e Fishing Season TACKL...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…W/ r ' :+ < . . _ .. _ _ . , . . _ imftim ... inion Amusement Facilities Are 1 Popular Wtth Jeen Of School L I1(Frank McPike) Columns of valuable space have of Best been devoted to the structural beauty of the Union. A countless number of words have lauded the various feat-. ures of the 'institution, tap-room, reading-room, assembly hall, in fact F DAy most of the conveniences and comforts of the new building in a manner that pals...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 5

…1 1 w tv - x .j THE BLVE FRONT CIGAR STOI Corzner State a.d Packard Student Proprietors ,, Hitting In Past Two Games Puts Mike Knode In Second Position AMERICAN LEAGUE Standings Jack Perrin, by securing three hits in the last two ganfes, while Mike Knode was getting only two, moved up into first place in the batting aver- ages, computed before the Illinois game with a percentage of .369, put- ting Knode second with .367 to his credit. ...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

…I'J )II 1 INU. '' 1918 tituti hits. rtanl ndled the agar by s -ictory t bird. SUNDAY to the 12:00-Dr. T. 3. Iden speaks at Con. chigan gregational church on "The Atti- chigan tude of the Great Scientists towards form Religion." ng as 3:00-Student Volunteers meet in His Lane hall for hill-top picnic. t cogs 5:30-Wesleyan Guild meets with d first Clair Searles leading. Social halt- infield hour precedes. (Continued from Page One) To cap t...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 7

…1, e tW1 Utgan BUth TWO I ,. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920 PRICE THREE e y - ce Meet to Bring I Many Stars Her Men who are Making Michigan Track Histor I '.. A lived es in dtch- the ced ren 1 pp l d of er- C- . laize And Flue Will Wage War To Regain Honor Season of Reverses on Gridiron Serves to Intensify Interest in Football; Yost Working hard (By Bob Angell) Michigan intends to regain her lost pre...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 8

…,1) ri, '21, was N.] organ- y to the terclass the fra- ere vic- and the in the the fraternity series Trigon won the is also said to be an underlying cause title and the senior engineers won theI of the migration to Europe after theR class championship by defeating all spring term ceases. comers. The projected trip of the Architects At the present time many events are put the idea into the heads of many in progress. Of these fraternity in- o...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 9

…WEEK 'I 1. . IN R, y -- Majestic-I m Clock Andy." i "The Heart of William Faver- Who Lost Him- uline Frederick Zoom Thirteen." Charles Ray in Arcade-Naz- rt of a Child." Faversham in Himself." Or- lington in "The -Ethel Clayton hian the Male." iedy in "Dollars -Gladys Brock- orence Billing- ; " 1 tocracy, will be shown today, tomor- row, and Tuesday at the Arcade. The heroine of the picture is Sally Snap, a girlof the slums with a talent...…

May 30, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 175) • Page Image 10

…II out .the entire doubles contests and) play was only stopped when it was no longer possible to maintain one's foot- cisive ing. over Syracuse was not much of a match t two for the Michigan men, the' team win- any ning six to nothing. The verdict was y~ forregistered in straight sets and but for one long doubles set of 20-18 which which Wesbrook and Munz took from LeGros The and Wheeler, the Varsity experienced f five little trouble. am w si...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…#A Ip ,l AFV al: . ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920. yl Forces ?, hut Daily et For Fray U Heroic, last-minute efforts on the part of the gargoyle baseball team to get in shape for the big battle this G morning on Ferry field do not affect the odds in favor of The Daily com- ing out a winner. The conflict will commence promptly at 9:30 o'clock, so the crowds are requested to come 0 early if they wish to secure feats in )S the...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…I well be used as a symbol of all that Michigan is ever striving to maintain. The records of Carl John- son, winner of this year's award, and Mike Knode will long be honored. LANTERN NIGHTc As a culmination to woren's activities, next Wednesday night, women Will meet together for the last big gathering -of the year-Lantern Night. Successfully re-established last spring, this ceremony promises to become one of the memor- able events of each ye...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

… --T - . Yr. . . " .. i .' iW .. . .. .. ..". F w .. .. " . T f . f " .+ . , . I_______________-.-_____________ I I INTERCLASS TRACK NOTICE 1 sh The events in the inlterclass track meet will start promptly at i0 o'clock this morning on Ferry field. With an entry list totaling in the neighborhood of 100 much close competition is a looked for and a large crowd of spectators is expected to be on hand. The events are those regularly h...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 4

…COMPLI C ETE PLANS PLANTS Ill I Doelivery 1002' S. Univ. IN BUSINESS TRATIOP4 for a business career will find many courses needs offered ;luring the Summer Session iese are: Business Organization and Man- Finance ; Principles of Accounting ; Cost tions ; Money, Credit, and the Level of 'Foreign Exchange, and Labor Problems. concerning courses in Business Adminis- ed from Professor I. L. Sharfman of the :al Economy. n of the University...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 5

…feeling.-Adv. away that tired "The Girl Lcomedy. on., Tues. - Pauline in "Woman in Room Hf its artistic wall-paper you want, at 'right prices call at 'C. H. 'Major & Co.'s, 203 E. Washington St. Phone 237.-Adv. Select paper now for those rooms, and have them papered during vaca- tion. C. H. Major &Co., 203 E. Wash- ington St. Phone 237-Adv. THlE MIAJESTIC Lewis Sargent, a 15 year old screen actor who has spent seven years in the movies, p...…

May 29, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

…shops at once. Tickets for the R, 0. T. C. banquet Saturday evening at the Union are on sale in the R. O. T. C. office in the Engineering building. Tickets for Aeronautical society dance on Jupe 4 are on sale at-Gra- ham's book store and at Union desk. I jr ft NFIN2 "- PERMAN SUDIO. "Portraits That Please" LIK RDA Y' S GAMES I err r 1 I American ,League Chicago 6, Cleveland 13. New York 4, Boston 3. Washington 6, Philadelphia 4. Det...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…"...i Wr-tA 1 £l~ar% N AND SLIGHTLY COLDER I, p41 1 k A tA II I DAY AND 10 .. I r" opl No. i'1 S. ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, MAY 2R 1920 "b'v rrvm rim " " .'r a :: a.a> a ac1 lo L F I i PLAN I1EANS FOR UNIVERSiTY 9AID *TO INDUSTRIES ONE HUNDRED PRODUCERS MEET WITH FACULTY AND REGENTS DEAN COOLEY RECEIVES OVATION OF GATHERING Engineering Professors Tell of Many Available University Facilities, in Talks Co-operation;and se...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…'tf u lop C t 64 y APER OF THE UNIVERSITY F MICHIGAN ng except Monday during the Univer. Control of Student Publications. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use for spatches credited to it or not otherwise the local news published therein. ce at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second ding, Maynard street. al, 2414. 300 words, if signed,. the sig- print, but as an evidence of published in The Daily at the or mailed to The Daily office...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…. _ ... p .. .. . . .. ... . / M- ." ., .. y r . ." .; a . , . L " . t ., r "~ r iTATEs E CLOSE is on Saturday will eam representing ity. They come to cinder artists of and they present rmidable aggrega- n. - he Ohio Conference meet, held umbus last Saturday, the Buck- easily defeated their opponents, g up a total of 86 points. Ohio yan was secofId wtih 35 and n third wth 32. The remaining schools trailed in the rear. ice over the time o...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 4

… NIORS LIKENESS - QUALITY STUDIO. "Portraits That Please" f t1 ns BRICK ICE CREAM Have you tried that deli- cious cream that we have on sale at all our stores? . Either ILLINOIS PROF PRAISES WHiTMAN AS5RATPE "Whitman expresses many of the. ideals of modern American democ- racy," said Prof. Stuart P. Sherman of the UAiversity of Illinois in his lec- ture yesterday afternoon in Natural Science auditorium. Professor Sher- man's lecture w...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 5

…WILL SHOW GRI PHOTOGRAPHS [ERE U IAND WOMEN, Y NOT CAL. JD BROWN AND SELL YOUR ROED CLOTHING fISCAl ys everything in the line of cloth-- id pays the highest cash prices. >ne call will bring the wagon to yopr address. Attendants and visitors at the Sum- mer session of 1920 will have the op- portunity to inspect an exhibit of photographs of Greece which has been sent to this country under the au- spices of the Greek government. The exhibi...…

May 28, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 173) • Page Image 6

…Blulletin 1 , i 11' I, engineers meet in neering building. Ling in room 101, banquet inI ets in club rooms, kyle baseball field. track meet on (continued from Page One) ing year but he did not announce any appointments. P. A. Shinkman, '22L, managing ed- itor of the Wolveone did not make any appointments to the editorial staff of that -publication but H. D. Whiting, '21, the business manager, made the following, appointments to the ...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…I 46 ,,1 Ur OAIL I H ltY I1 N ANN 4RBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. ,* TOl __ _. a .+ SENIOR LITS WILL , HEAR SHAW FRIDAY II Own Advanees of Funds as inlRed Cross Giving ssociated Press) May 26.-Col. William inati manufacturer, who cribed as the "angel of campaigx " testified to- ate investigation of pre- ancing that he had con- )00 to Wood's organiza- nated that contributions sources would not make rlin Testifies tee ...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…Monday during the Univer- Student Publications. bCIATED PRESS ively entitled to the use for credited to it or not otherwise news published therein. n Arbor, Michigan, as second ynard street. "ds, if signed, the sig-' but as an evidence of d in The Daily at the d to The Daily office. nsideration. No man- icloses postage- e, the sentiments ex- eceived after 8 o'clock ized, larger, and less heterogeneous Literary col- lege is a difficult questi...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

… 777- : f """'"'' j ' i .; " .. rte. .. ,, . ., . _. .. . *,. ,,, . .. :i .: - z _- - "', LL .. . . . .. 111 kSpeedy, V J-LIT TRACK TrEAMT Candidates for" the junior fit track team, to be entered Sat- urday in the interclass track meet at Ferry field are Ireqifested to sign' up at the club house at Ferry field or to communicate j with Philip Foley, '21, 2220, the Iclass manager, as soon as pos- sible. ______________________________...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 4

…15.1 I News From The Other Colleges I :EXP miiiga Dai-ly- sd that certain Michigan ye recently printed some I statements of mine re- ication. As a graduate ity of Michigan, I should low these statements to contradicted, although I believe that any friends be likely to take them the best of my knowl- f, I have neither publicly liscussed this subject for st, and I cannot imagine wave been the basis of gratuitous outburst of ,., A Students...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

…II I IlL(I U idL I I d on the Mis- today, tomor- the Majestic. " has twice tount-Artcraft o be based on enacted by a group of * The film version takes fter "Huck" and Tom taken possession of reasure. ARCADE e scenes of "A Modern . will be repeated for today at the Arcades e Hampton, is repro- e in the ancient court in which the notorious ns her famous Daftee of and, upon being asked rize, asks for the head is based on s dramatic HILL ...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…i S The second Maypole dance*practice will be held at 5 o'clock Thursday, May 28, in Barbour gymnasium. A few senior collars are available for women who were not able to se- cure them before. They may be pro- cured at tie office of the Dean of LANTERN NIGIT Order of Events 4:00 P. M.- Finals in archery and tennis, championship base- ball game. 6:00 P. M.-Supper on the field. 7:00 P. M.- Maypole dance by freshmen and sophomore classes. 7 :30...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 7

…'IT EDISON PREP TALK TO SOPH Today and tomorrow - Rex I Beach's "Girl from Outside." Sun., Mon.-Pauline Frederick in "Woman in Room 13." Detroiti The Bonstelle Co. "The Country Cousin" ' t11111 II 1II IItiIs IIII a 61.991111119 VUIVILI Uiu UU U i U IIUIL "Alice In Wond-erland" and "Through the Looking Glass" to be Shown Pictures reproducing the marvels of "Alice in Wonderland," and "Through the Looking Glass" will be shown in Hill auditorium...…

May 27, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 172) • Page Image 8

…on sale in the R. O. T. C.c the Enginering building. ickets for Aeronautical dance on June 4 are on pale ham's book store and at desk. in1 society at Gra- Union et in prac. NUMBER I Press room of. men rehears. neets in room b meets in room B, il hall. Prof. Roy m "One Act Playa." meets in room 231, building. L, club meets at433' es in Hill auditor (Continued from Page One) and the Geological Survey from the Interior Department; the Bu...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…I I ~~1 AI ) L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920. rior Aechanism Of Modern Newspaper Explained by Ryan w In a short talk made lively by his gorous and witty phraseology, Quin" Ryan explained the inside orkings - of the Qhicago Tribune in ie Natural Science auditorium last ight. With the aid of stereopticon slides e gave an excellent presentation of e work in a metropolitan newspaper ant, from the methods of news thering t...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 2

…I 11 second after 8 o'clock .HARRY M. CAREY ha uniform inmediately, do your share towards mak- ing a new Michigan tradition -. one which coming students will respect and look forward to each year. THE UNION SHOW Thursday night the first Union movie will be put on in Hill auditorium accompanied by a short pro- gram of musical numbers. The Union, in securing this picture after it had once been shown in Ann Arbor, was able to get it at a' v...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

…I 1 Y X "4 " + " + Y . f " v , " W . ~' , f ".. .. ". . r.Il ,.. " . ., .. ." .. ." ,. ". .. ". . ... .. .' ., .. ,- .. . ... . " _ ,.Y[ C .. ,, , , . V M1 + /I1 ' , .y 1Gow a j1vb,--Acp., mono" i .. I3. ENTER IN A T ed to Compete Saturday. Is Given to First muelin deserves great credit for sav- ing several goals and for the hex- cellent playing that he did at full- back. The game was the best one that the Michigan team has played t...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 4

…1 --- -AMERICAN WOMEN Ol- n BEHIND EUROPEANS ---- "American women have fallen be-, [aypol6 dance practice hind their European sisters in the In- 5 o'clock Thursday, dustrial field during the past six bour gymnasium. years," said Miss Florence Jackson, president of the Women's Educational )h interclass baseball and Industrial Union in Boston, when eyed at 5ro'clock Wed- she spoke to the girls interested in, at Paliier fleld. The vocational wor...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 5

…Y. W. C. A. to Discuss New .I MAJESTIC Policies for next year's work will be discussed at the meeting of all members of the Y. W. C. A. at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Newberry hall. This open meeting will be pre- ceded by a cabinet meeting at 3:30 p'clock. I,,u --of--- Qualit and Service 118 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor. Mich. Exo Stes f use I. cau; goes on lastingness. Lti ;soap and and ask for ,aigbok Hula hula dancing, cannibals, and ...…

May 26, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

…otel from 8:30 to sday to confer with ire to work for the higan this summer. CA MPUS TO BE FILMED e- OR N ON -N W MUSEUM STUDENTS AND BUILDINGS AMONG : SUBJECTS TAKEN BY / MOVIE CONCERN pen name of Charles L. Dodgson, a dignified Oxford scholar, noted for his attainments as a mathematical in-' structor. Professor Dodgson invented Alice for the amusement of the three small daughters of Dean Liddell of Oxford. It was not until long after- ward...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…eLW I Z' Opt 11!3a a' I i'tPRE U EU DAY A2ND NIJ ~SERIv _.1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920. PRICE 'I YY i1Y YYI ti YYYi YYYYYY YY i Y r l YYYM ... 11 I Y YY IAI I cI L ATI 'ART FLAG{ Pi Delta Epsilon Initiates Today ewarding the efforts of months of patient racking of benumbed brains and hours bent picking at the altar of the literary muse (in this dad of effi- ciency more often than not a species of the mechanica...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…UIVERSITY xcept Monday during the Univer- rol of Student Publications. ASSOCIATED PRESS xclusively entitled to the use for hes credited to it or not otherwise local news published therein. t Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second nard street. -d'300 words, if signed, the Sig- in print,rbut as an evidence of e published in The Daily at the, tt or *mailed: to The Daily office. eive no consideration. No man- he writer incloses postage. rily endorse th...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

…:: NOO.'X i .. !, i " _ . . " "} .. . 9 Nea One 1 men have started back on their trans- continental tour. The Bruins have a strong combination of ball players and ,have with but few exceptions com- pletely overwhelmed their opponents. Illinois fell before the invaders by the score of 9 to 5, while University of De- ring troit went down to defeat before Cal- ifornia by a heavy score in two con- tests. Ruzickasand Ellison will be the oppos...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

…, L.-AdIv,. 15S~tate St.--Adv. & Co.,! , Page and Shaw Candies of Boston. i.Tices' Drug Store, 111 So. Main.-Adv, NI O RA - LIKENESS S QUALITY )I~ STUDIO. "Portraits That Please" ,, ARR Y'S Throw Awa~y 1d54 here to be r ed~aes Satisfaction Each blade separately honed and PIAND WORK. Double edge 35c per Drug Co 'S )N STORE S. State and N. Univ. Phone 308 . THE C(ADE ETERIA ( M-01 There will be a meeting of the en- tire Y. W. ...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 5

… The Screen I SH IBERT-DETROIT mY. JEY After completing a successful 14- week run in Chicago, Arthur Ham- merstein's "Sometime" with Frank Tinney is re-appearing this week at the Shubert-Detroit. "Sometime" is a romance to which has been added the mirth-provoking adventures and chat- ter of Tinney, who appears as a black- face minstrel, as the sympathetic but dunning proprietor of an actors' board- ing-house, as the wardrobe "mistress" of...…

May 25, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

… .... .w JFUR Ia FOR LF TOURNEY irings for the INTERCLASS TRAC NOTICE . An interclass tracx meet will be held Saturday morning under the combined direction of Coach Steve "Farrell and the intramur- al office. All entries should be made either at the intramural office or at Ferry field. Joyce (84). W. Ingham (86). H. Ingham (89). . Gilchrist (78). AT'S GOING ON 90) vs. F. Smith (95). (99) vs. M. Barr (106). 102) vs. H. Weeks (99). c (96j...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…p. I ' AdA It : t n t "'4 1)AY AND 1 MU SERVI( ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNIAY, MAY 23, 1920. PRICE :SITY HI WINS TRACK MEE . ..._ Enrollment Tor Yea r Surpasses Former Records Figures compiled. by Registrar Ar- thur G. Hall show that the Univer- sity has an enrollment of 9,401 this C year including the last Summer ses- son. This count is less than last year's number, but that was increased by the addition of more than 2,000 sec- ...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…and taking part in spectators. That When it is remembered that this year's alumni re- union will probably exceed all simiwu events of the past both in actual numbers and in tree number of classes represented, there devolves upon the Uni- versity, and most of all upon the undergraduate body, the duty of seeing to it that twe many alumni will feel once more at home among the scenes of their -own student activities. No tie will serve to hold the...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…11 18 25 12 13 14 19 20 21 26 27 28 1 8 15 22 29 A freshman and junior baseball team .practice with substitutes will be held at 4 o'clock Monday. A sophomore and senior baseball team practice with substitutes will be he'ld at 5 o'clock Monday., A little paint talk is. in order now. Call in and we will do the rest. C. H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washitgton.- dv. Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv. THE TRADE AT BLUE FRONT Cl Cozrnr State m.-id Pa S...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

… v 1 ' rs rim 4' ' Fisher of Minnesota, Sprott of"Cali- fornia, Meehan of Notre Dame, Nash of Wisconsin, 'Furnas of Purdue and ONSpeer of Chicago, arei the, favorites ;from which the winner of the half mile will probably emerge. The two lt. nois men have bettered two minutes wil this year, andin 1918 Spnk ran the' distance in 1:56. Speer has always done well in Conference competition. Meehan is one of the best mildle dis- tance runners in ...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…iotJLeLwis, i.ai4gb1 ist FlL ' feet 1-2 inch. Unit Pole Vault , tle - Gainder, Kalamazoo and four Cass City, tied for first; higi allant, Hyde Park; B. Jones,F Central, and Day, Detroit Poin stern, tied for third. Height, Detr - 200 Yard Low Hurdles 'nal-won by Brickman, Chicago iersity 'high; second,nLoomis, Bat- Creek; third, Cossitt, La Grange; th. Lydon, Chicago University h. Time, 26 2-5 seconds. inal standing of all teams taking nts: Ch...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

…WHAT'S GOING ON 4 to nld. SUNDAY 7,:00 A. ?1L-Kalamazoo Normial club hand meets at Lane hail for river 'trip. cord- 12:10 - Dr. Hugh Cabot addresses hlysi- Congregational Discussion group on will "The War and the Evolutionary Fidler process."' maore 2:00--)feiorah society meets in Lane long 4:30-Dr Cyril Haas speaks to Con- r the gregational Students' club in church parlors. 6: 10-Wesieyan Guild meets with Earl Dunn leading. Social half-hour p...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 7

…L l k, 'U A1. t.O 5. (Z Ptn'at t- ilat ,l TWO ltA I t ..... ' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1920 PRICE THR nsian of 1920 A; Maste . .- Business Manager 'TR flU SPARE, NO EXPENSE' ON1920YEARBOOK' Business Manager Outwits Managing Editor by Providing More Money Than Necessary COMPLETENESS OF VOLUME LEAVES NOTHING WANTING, (By Edward Lambrecht) "I tried to break the business side, but didn't quite succeed," said Bruce Mill...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 8

…1II I Ii places." in 1895, .IU IIIULUULU 'buI AUTHQRS A graduate of the University Mr. White spent the two suc- mirable, and yet, avoiding the extrav- agance of characterization which is' so often a factor resulting in over- emphasis, he paints Al's correspond- ent with a touch of sobriety, and we'rc g i e h m a fci n l c i v - recogniz him as a fictiona achieve ment-simply because he is human. Ex-Governor Osborne Story Of Artist's Life Hid...…

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