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May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

… 7 points, right an in motion; 2 for Line] ce will . be rnoon with aal football was intro-] year. More to compete will be run on on Fer- Falling on ball, 10 points. Throw' ball so plaker will fall on it from both left and right sides. Also fall on dead ball; 3 trials. Kickoff, 5 points. Over 60 yards 2 1-2 points; over 50 yards 2 points; over 40 yards 1 point; under 40 yards 0. Subtraction for accuracy 5 yards from length of kick for mis...…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY N BOOK The book will be placed on sale at the last baseball game of the season and will be sold during Commence- ment week. FESTIVAL NOTES R IN adapted to the words of this writer's "La Vita Nuova." The May Festival programs this year have been worked up by Mr. Moore in collaboration with Frederick' Stock, of the Chicago Symphony or- chestra. They have necessitated a huge amount of work, especially with relation to the...…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 7

…IDOUS MANUFACTU of Genuine SUITS \ 1 _ \ t ' i . ' K r-- -AT- 0' 5 .50 $33.50 ~ .d ~I )I _.. . fit I S... and *37.50 .*.,; FITPJRN U.- * .1 * 1i For Suits which are Guaranteed to have sold for $45 and $50 until Today backed by the Fitform Label and insured to be the very best that money coul even at regular prices. At the Gigantic Price Reductions above stated they b .;1 A i . - - _ \ s \ 4 1 } ' i 4- { : _ 1 .. , k \ r ...…

May 12, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 161) • Page Image 8

…f1 rza taI 171 . a.ri -r - Wesaa s iCIAL ULLET.N 118:0P. (U:W" 6uALSaturdsiL) I , MAY 12, 1922 Number 161 Senate: ourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year will at 8 p. m., Monday, May 15, in Room C, Law building. Report of Control of Student Publications. Consideration of proposal for es- a University Committee on Discipline, J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary. Education Reception: taff of the School of Education will give a rece...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…Y FAIR AND t TODAY / App 4hp A6P :43 at. r s PRESS DA! AND NIGHT SERVICE p~1 162 ANN ARBOR, MICHIG ANSATURDAY, MAY 13 1922 PRICE FIVE I I LLINI ED:GE D AS CLASH MEN PITTED AGAINST STRONGEST TEAMS IN COUNTRY RELAY WINNERS LS FOR VISITOI S Zengineers Will Scrub Pavement, EnterTriangles Four it Strong 50-Second Entered in 440 Men With Men have long fought and strived in various ways to attain the goal of. their desires, and tod...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

… PER OF THE UNIVERSITY MICHIGAN except Monday during the University rel ofStudent Publication. 'E ASSOCIATED PRSS is tclusively ertitled d*. the r'- he c lecal news pub siaed thare i * at Aaz Arbor, Malan, upsre55 mad Street. :ations not to exceed eo words,..if signed, the signa- sarily to appear in ptrint but as an evidence of faith, events will be published in The Daily at tlie discre- ltor, 'iet at or mildft he Daily office. Unsigned, sn...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…Make Last Appeal dF or Camp Funds BILL! 5 ii nIII Ing At Resort to Advertis. on British eaty CTED MAINLY NS AND GRIFFITH (By Associated Press) ., May 11.-A campaign of .vertising handbills is the lat- t of Irish republicans, in their ainst the Free State treaty 3 British government. The a mainly is directed against Collins and Arthur Griffith. Say the Treaty Brings Us. )oes It Look Like It?" quer- >f the posters which has been d promine...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…a i ..... .. ." ,. . "" . . . , . . . ." .. .. . . " "'"' ." .. ,. " .; . ., ;. . . _ .. . , _ ' .. '' ' A . . .. .. , .. . ,. ... - ". y - ,. . . "- " '" i" .rte " ''' TEAM LEAVES 110 STATE GAME ntinued from Page One) the Buckeye captain and star ian, is the mainstay of the .s year but the Wolverines r had no trouble in walloping ings while the Michigan hurl- already chalked up two vic- er the Ohio nine. Marts, who wn the receiving job i...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…hulL I UIUL ULI LIIU .A9y HERE Too, Smith, Steketee, and I ake Up Michigan's Golf Team RINES OUT TO REVENG EAT GIVEN THEM IN Fj Brown is said to be by far the best player of the four and will play num- ber one, against Winters. Pixler will be paired up with Loeb of Michigan, Lebotny and Smith, and Wennerton and Steketee are the other pairings. These men will tee off at 9 o'clock this morning. Loeb In the afternoon Winters and Stek- etee wi...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

… 0) ,; A Il YOU WILL DO BETTER -AT -- LEMBLE'S 530 FOREST AVE. P-atronize DAILY Advertisers THEI PRICES ARE RIGHT-SO ARE THEIR GOODS - p.. ..1 F YOU ARE IN NEED -OF- AND SERVICE THIS 'IS THE STORE A Fresh Eggs, per doz . .26c ,reamery Butter, per lib.... 39c Veal Shoulder Roast. . ... 19c cy Sea Rose Red Salmon, la .1 . . . 0 0 bell Soups, each . each . ..**.. . .. reCane Sugar . . , y Fried Cakes, per doz.. cheese, each ...... t...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 7

… TO 1 ning to be d would be ry on the during that a Lovewell, ea to Ucai a Cook. All houses which want more candy from the league booth are asked ,to call for it at once. Also all money for tho candy must be in by May 15 so that the' booth may be closed. There will be'a 10 honor point hike for all girls interested at 9 .o'clock this morning. The party will leave from Barbour gymnasium at this hour. All class teams in all sports will be anno...…

May 13, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 162) • Page Image 8

…m6 m. Saturdays.) K CO-OP STORE PROMOTERS 1' a.' ]AY 13, 1922 Number 162 i : , :.. meeting of the University Senate for the year will onday, May 15, in Room C, Law building. Report of ident Publications. Consideration of proposal for es- Committee on Discipline. J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary. Monday, May 15, there will be a Review in honor Bell, Jr., U. S. Army, and President Marion L. Bur- semble at the north end of the Engineering build...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…r JEW Aiw '4ianP t xl DAY AND NIGHT IV SER VICE a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 , . PRICE FIVE .. { .:,.. . ,..... .... a...>.. r..,....k . ... , ,a.,,, .,. ... ,...,..,, .,, ...... INISTERS MICHIGAN IMGIgEABON'S FIRST DEFEAT; WOLE INE IlTRACK Today---- Mother AND CINDER MEN OVERWHELMED IN 91-44 DEFEAT BY SUCKERS ' RUIN HOFFMAN BREAKS FIELD HOPES RECORD WITH JAVELIN Wolverines Illini Runners Take All Events, Tie a...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 THE CRITICS FALL OUT Over Webb Waldron's Book (By Delbert Clark) they fail to see a thing it cannot long chester Union, "or would be if Mr. One chapter which would probably When Webb Waldron wrote "TheI exist, and that the best remedy for Waldron was trying to make a real kindle the blush of shame upon the Road to the World," he accomplished any evil is ignorance of it. This class man o...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…Among the traditional activities that help fill with enjoyment and relaxation the senior's last few weeks of University life are the evening sings. These sings bring the graduating students of the different colleges together in an informal way, and foster that unity of aim and interest which has done much to make the body of Michigan alumni one of the most unified and active of its kind. To take place once each week of the remaining school yea...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 2

…2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 The New University Health Service (By laurlee Berman) some time during the summer months, show that the Health Service has an sWe shall have pretty close to double average of about 4000 calls per month. Sedi amonths ago when we s new the room in the new building that we He expects an even larger number of reading' storie'a of the proposed ...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…roll AKES EARLY CESSARY ity catalogues for 1921-1922. uncements for 1922-1923 are iay be procured now in the s office, University hall. The is complete with the ex- Ithe names of the students d the University,.the list of ordinarily found at the end nouncements of courses and material of the booklet. housand editions were print- t the list of student names mber of catalogues remaini- the last edition was dimin- such a rate as to warrant diat...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 3 "THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson (Published by Harper & Brothers ) fundamental truths in regard to man caping control in spite of our best ef- is that be believes in too much gov- II. Our :medieval Intellectual Inherit- were assumed to be established once forts to prevent any thoroughgoing ernment. * * * Mice and for all. The Greek thinkers had readjustment.' We...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 4

…EBRS OF MICHIGA )NFERENCE ESDAY sts of Michigan w I conference in Ai The first sessi wil be held Tuesd gational council, and Rev. C. W. Mer- riam, of the Park Congregational. church, Grand'Rapids. Various aspects of education will be among the leading topics of the conference. N Meetings will be held Tuesday even- ing, Wednesday and Thursday, closing Thursday evening with the Brother- hood Banquet at the Union' and a Young Peoples' banquet at...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 4

…4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY, MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 -A -into bitterness and denounced thetr "The H ind in the faking" oppone~nts s pig-headed obscrantistsI (Continued from Page 3.) center. All creatures were made to It is the avowed purpose of scie To the medieval theologian, man assist or to try man. God and the tific thought to reduce ti number of was by nature vile. We have seen that, devil were preoccupied with his fate, mysteries, an...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

…ti:-' i L :O p; .- _' " r" r ' . /. IND TEAM TO MAKE BIG TEN TRI ETWE Three Teams nes with LLINI SATURDAY [AWKEYES ON MONDAY n Big Ten diamond con- 1 ling on its schedule, the aseball nine is preparing r of these games on its around the Conference is this week end at Ur- e Fisher's men meet the in a return battle on Ii- This western invasion des games with Illinois, vo with Minnesota is the p Michigan has made this on the success of ...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MACAZINE s A Review--and Addenda (By G. D. E.)' Bt thes ad fact mst be told. Bork- the senile Brander Matthews who said ought to heave Bjirkua's novel into It is seldom that any writer has ntman is neither Englisman ior Atmer- that Ludwig Lewisohn was refused a the gtter witt Lewisohi's book and written a real story ot a boy's lite toan. Ilie was born in Sweden and job at Colstmbia not because Ito was a=...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…s (I) first, Asch- (M) third. Time 2-5. for the dle even s he too Johnso 3-5 se i slower In th nt took conds. e of the and Osi nper of first pla TheirI Neiscb 440 yard run, Sweet (I) first, Fes- senden (I) second, Schlapprizzi (I) third. Time 49 and 2-5 seconds. ne by 880 yard run, Yates (I) first, Kloep- Wol- per (I) second, Douglas (M) third; time 1 minute 58 3-5 seconds. ts. In 1 mile run, Patterson (I) first, k sec- Wharton (I) second, W...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 6

…s THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 for, while li genius is naturally less about the rt of Lirat, who, by the © k s a7 Athouta that of Zl, or Proost, or Dan- way, rsmbles the Cludl of Zolec' del, he bha much in cousmon with all "LO .eure"; and there is an especi- B o o k s a a iseofAndqual iIstmfr exi r itedoa l o lefucrow s ionist~ is ianr three. qulidy whatisfar xcehi'a wrg allyheclofulimlrgePaisicitur "THlE CUTIC AND THElDi)i...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 7

…s ATTITUDE PROGRE~S first rank appear. In the contracts covering appearances at the May Fes- tival, at least four contain clauses which effectively prevent broadcast- ing ony of the music of the events, and the School of Music very prop- erly made the choice of securing these artists, without broadcasting, rather than finding others of lower standing In the musical world who would per- mit the radio work, Moreover the authorities of the Sch...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 7 nervous instability of both. In Paris had to be taken along, and Mr. Bishop Knopf is publishing two new animal Scribner's is publishing a collet, he falls in love with a shallow, in- set out on his trip to Europe with no stories by a Danish naturalist, Svend tion of sixteen one-act plays by B. sincere, extravagant, altogether more official baggage than a light Fleuron. "Kittens, A Family Chron...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 8

…'U 4 CONFER-I THIS ON RED and Cardinals," which is to be direct- ed by Ellen Wonders, '22Ed., has the following cast: The Girl, Evelyn, Rockwell, '22; The Youth, Francis Greenbaum, '22; -Father Austin, Nayt Bashara, '23L; Mrs. Connelly, Celma Simonson, '23; Levraut, Henry Goff, '23; the Cardinal, Milton Klee, '23. Besides taking one of the star parts in this play, Miss Rockwell is direct- ing "The Glittering Gate" which has but two characte...…

May 14, 1922 • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 Y 4 ' A REVIEW BY G. ). E. of value to both the layman and tIse (Continued from Page 5) more scientifically inclined. against Miss Bethany Lovell for the Those who have borrowed my books manneri o which he at first ackd in might start returning them. "Arms aod the Man" as given b~ themihstrrerogte. Comedy club. 1 find out that she act- Sixteo dolts 00 a freshmaos chest, ed to the letter of S...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 9

…be be the so be There will be a meeting of all Uni- versity women who live in Ann Ar- bor at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. This special meeting has been -called for the pur- pose of making a decision concerning a proposition to raise funds for the University of Michigan ' league cam- paign. Plans Completed For Sorosis fete With elaborate plans under way for decorative effects which have tak- en much time and effort, t...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 10

…CIAL B r3 p. M. (11:30'. AY, MAY 14, 1922 U LLETIN Number 163 a aF 18ea .a1s ra ICs I I LVi" !L ! 1/ 71 L 1 Rath-Frost Engagement Announced member of the Delta Sigma Pi fra- Announcement was made of the en- ternity, is president of the Commerce gagement of Miss Helen Frost, '21, to clubtand secretary of the Boxing and Harry Rath, '22, Friday night, at the Botr'cus Alpha Omicron Pi sorority of which Miss Frost is a member. Rath is a Patroni...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 11

…II :1 it F SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 r , r THE CRITICS FALL OUT Over Webb Waidron's Book (By Delbert Clark) they fail to she a thing it cannot long chester Union, *or would be if Mr. One chapter which would probably Yhen Webb' Waldron Wrote "The exist, and that. the best remedy)/for Waldron was trying to make a real kindle the blush' of shame upon the ad t the World," he accomplished any evil is ignorance...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 12

…The New University Health Service. (By Mauriee Berman) some time during the summer months. show that the Health Service has an "We shall have pretty close to double average of about 4000 calls per month. Several mopths ago when we were the room in the new building that we He expects an even larger number of reading stories of the proposed new now have," was the opinion of Dr. calls next year, especially in view of Health Center for the Univers...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1' 1 -IEM I IUAIN IAIL x WiviAUAI.sM "THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson (Published by Harper & Brothers ) fundamental truths in regard to man raping control in spite of our best ef- is that he believes in too much gov- I. Our Medieval Intellectual Inherit- were assumed to be established once forts to prevent any thoroughgoing ferment. * * * ance and for all. The Greek thinkers had readjustment. We ins...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN, DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922 into bittern's5 and denounced their "The M ind in the 7aking" pponents is pig-headed obecurantits. (Continued from Page 3.) ceiter. All creatures were made to It is the avowed purpose of sciem- To the medieval theologa, man assist or to try man. God and the title thought to reduce the number of was by nature vile. We have seen that, devil were preoccupied with his fate, mysteries, and its succe...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 15

…A Review-and Addenda (By G.D. E) But the sad fact must be told. Bjlrk- the senile Brander Matthews who said ought to heave Bjrkman's novel into seldom that any writer has man is neither Englishman nor Amer- that Ludwig Lewisohn was refused a the gutter with Lewisohn's book and ael stortof an oy' ife ican. He was born in Sweden and job at Columbia not because he was a the works of Joseph Conrad. Sa real story of a boys fifelived there for twent...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 16

…hooks and Auduoi "THE CRITIC AND THE DRAMA" less valuable because of this fact.' By George Jean Nathan acting is not an art has long been (A Review by C. J. D.) of his favorite contentions, for Our dramatic critics are coming to ample. In the present volume he serve an important and unique func- devotes much space to the suppi tion in the life of that mysterious ani- this interesting theory. mal, the General Public. They as_ But in spite of th...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 17

…nervous instaoiity oc oo. in raris he falls in love with a shallow, in- sincere, extravagant, altogether worthless woman. The victim of an hereditary lack of balance and sense. of proportion, he allows this woman to consume his whole life. Her pres- ence keeps him from writing his nov- els. He is driven to desperate and un- scrupulous methods of . securing money to satisfy her whims. When she has exhausted his funds she turns to other lovers; ...…

May 14, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 163) • Page Image 18

…A REVIEW BY G. D. E. of value to both the layman and those (Continued-from Page 5) more scientifically inclined. n 1Be SURE it's a against Miss Bethany Lovell for the Those who have borrowed my books manner in which she at first acted in Toewohvbroedmbok "Arms and the Man" as given by the might start returning them. F R 0 S TT E Comedy club. Ifind outthat sheact- F R O S T B IT E etotelteofhiwspa.Te Sixteen dolts on a freshman's cheat, x. ed t...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…I 3mtruttt ktl PRESS DA!' ANiD NIGHT Wl 8e $viW --, -- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MA? 16, 1922 PRICE FIVE Extension Talks May Tie Sent Out Dy Radio Station r GUI S TO AMITATI kIONG P. VIOLArS DEAN P U U alt fliT N11..11 Extension service lectures, will be f broadcasted by radio from Ann Arbor if plans under consideration by the University Extension division are com- :ONS, FEE pleted. In case such a project is ap- ROPO- proved th...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…LiDati [S UNIV3RSITY ay during the 'Uiversity Publications. :clnsuel entitled to the two for ie eregted ..t. it or not othwrwi" soil news publidhwd tbeIa., Aa Arbor. M~iklm. se so na d' mon. im manuscript win Be sentiments expressed r0R;..........BR3WSTXR P. CAMPBELL ........................Joseph A. Bernstein ........J...................ames B. Young no G. P.'- Overton Men M. B. Stahl mbrecht Paul Wataci ike airman .....................L. ...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…ENTS' SUPPLY STORE 1 South University Ave. s' and Architects' Materials STUDENTS TO VOTE ON AMENDMENTS 'y Fountain Pens Loose Leaf Books IGAN DAILY Cameras and Supplies Laundry Agency Tobaccos a L I LEAVERS - AND --- DRESSERS. 20. WSN8N.TOM jjIhne 628. , P R E S S I N G (Continued from Page One) Paragraph 3 of same section. The annual dues for members of the fac- ulty shall be five dollars. The annual dues for persons (other. th...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…- a~flfI 1Vliarl laVaa1 -q ni a . _ ,. : .. ..,, .. ri w '"1 * '. X . t ry. ' - " " 1 t+ a r. s " " n ." A a 1 ^ .: " a . n" + " ". . -.,. :; a. N GOLFERS LASS PURDUE ting the lay, the ring for golfers Michigan the meet from team with yed at Ann Arbor an on the Michigan creditably against an be seen by the etely outplayed his the captain of the team, w score of th- day, a 72, ae of the best scores of the was made in the best b...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r _ r DEFEAT BY OHIO STATE TEAMS IN B16 TEN RACE ad Purdue 1fow or Title if Slips CRUCIAL INA ,SATURDAY Standings W ................ ................. 4 4 2 2 2 0 L l 1 2 2 3 5 4 Pct .800 .800 .714 .667 .500 .400 .286 .200 .000 Michigan's defeat at the hands of' hio State and Purdue's victory over >rthwestern has allowed the Boil- makers to share first place with the olverines in the Big Ten diamond ce. Illinois liv...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…1hL1 aA I 11a L rEach member of the Union shall be entitled to vote for one candidate'for N o Such in As LPresident, one candidate for Record- ing Secretary,aand, if he bea student, Crime W a e, Says for one candidate for Vice-President for the college or school in which he ore-1 G n shall then be a student. The person receiving the greatest number of "There is no such thing as a crime- votes for each office shall, at the An- fol- nual Meetin...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

…accounto( cider of, Dek tomo: irday af, the Junior Girls' play is may receive the -re- Air $2 tax from 3 to 5 )w= or from 4 to 5 o'clock: ,noon in Barbour gym- 'an Dames will hold its regular at' 8 o'clock: tonight in Bar- for information. It was written by the Nebraskan in a moment of passionate longing for enlightenment in response to an "ad," a'nd found its way to the office of the secretary of the U~niver- sity and eventually' to the d...…

May 16, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 164) • Page Image 8

…IV.6 16u 1 1.3n. Saturdays.) MAY 1922 Number 104 re and Marine Engineering: mum tenable for three years has been of- aval Architecture and Marine Engineering. not wish their names published, as certain are not yet complete, the conditions in gen- en to competition to students who will have this Juno. bject to competitive examination in the sub- he College of Engineering. The final exam- hierefore form the basis for grading. al conduct of t...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…I LY FAIR ' - Lw rtrnx rnt DAY ANDNI) GHTN SERlVICE No. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922 PRICE FIV ( t _______________.__._._. . _.....f .. W.-,..Sfl ,.... n. e . * w. IN S OPEN STiVAL BY 4M TONIGHT WPHONY HERE TO 9THI ANNUAL MLEE IS SOLOIST FIRST OF CONCERTS y, Originator of Idea, to Miss Musical Week for First Time-, Arbor's twenty-ninth annual estival, requiring the work of horal Union of 300 voices, the 'o Symphony o...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

… ITHE M ICHtIGAN LDAILY which must be repaid with complete some time not far distant. !. success at during the Wnivftlity sulications. D PRESS tied t* the use or a it orsot .wwise iblIshed tkaois. Yisktu ".-s546m# Ass Arbor. srn~yau4 Street ,414. eomie. UnsXZr5I LVmanuscript wil .sentiments expressed EDITORIAL STAFF Telephone 2414 vG EDITOR............BRWSTZR P. CAMPBELI, or............................-.JosephA. Bernstein .r.............…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY s Useful Career 7 -ted A / Yea r A go In Ilystery >out this time last year quizzical tuent and inquiry were darting :t the campus, seeking to discover source of the now literary sheet, lmsics," 'which was , appearing ymously, at irregular intervalS. ruck off on a mimeograph, and ibuted to a mIted list, the first of Whimsies attracted consider- notice. Favorable, even launda-( comiment, was voired abqut; and warmly hailed ...…

May 17, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ESTERS ENJOY ANNUAL OUTING . . .1 Y fall stud in m ons ving men arts rom doi I LLRIc. The Forestry field meet, which was held at the Forestry farm on Friday H HISTORY and Saturday of last week is consid- UME ered by the Forestry club and com- mittee in charge to have been an un- usual success. The evenings were and the re- spent around a camp fire where stor-f ents of the ies were told and speeches were de- nany facult...…

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