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May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 1

…'wiMMu.r... .r 1' THE WEATHER PROBABLY UNSETTLED AND COOLER L Ar Ap dd@L -AL flitr ttu ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WII SERVICE VOL XXXII. No. 176. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1922 - PRICE FIVE DAILY BUYS NEW $10,000 PRES WOLVERINE'S CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES SHATTERED WHEN BASEBALL SQUAD DROPS SAME TO WISCONSIN,4T01 ',.' WILL HAVE MACHINE SURPASSING EQUIPMENT OF ANY OTHER COLLEGE1 INCREASES SIZE TO SEVEN COLUMI PADDOCK ...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ... OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publimations. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Am clated Praes is exclusively entitled isthe u. e r republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited is this paper and the lcal aew, published theein. Entered at the postoae at Asa Aos. Meign. a...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Society's Books Shol Credit Balance This Year .... .,, f .. i1 Kht Checking up the financial results of the 1922 May Festival reveals the fact that the affair achieved the same suc- cess in a monetary as it did in an ar- tistic way. Not only has the Univer- sity Musical society shown that it can embark upon so great an enterprise as the annual May Festival and meet the large expenses incurred; it has actually a sl...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 4

…_THE MICHIGAN DAILY r. a ar ii ".a f. ;1 a 5 ""Y f at r"Y' ',~ra 5 : , 5 Iarat ' Y I I t . y "" cot LIFOHNIATRACK MEN TAKE FIRST IINTERCOLLEGIATE MEET Stars Repeat Performance Last Year by Wining Big Track Classic of CETON AMD STANFORD TAKE SECOND AND THIRD e'eping aside their competitors eastern universities in the finals e forty-sixth annual track and championships of the Intercol te Association of Amateur Ath- of America held on Sold...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -J CHI6N CAM HOPES S AS WISCONSIN WINS BY 4-1 SCORE J. Williams, 1st ....4 Barry, c .... . ......4 Ciristianson, rf . . . .3 Cumbacker, 2nd ....4 Paddock, p .........4 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 9 1 2 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 Totals .........32 4 5 27 10 3 tRidger out, hit by batted ball. *Batted for Liverance in eighth. (Continued from Page One) Michigan threatened to score again in the eighth but Paddock remained mast...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY vs from The Other Colleges -More than 400 freshmen ir caps into the fire Sat- Dap night, marking the end rearling days. The fresh- rendered a, few selections he men in a snake dance ;h speeches for the occasion n. -An explosion which re- the death of two men and seven others occurred in on physical laboratory Sat- e of the men killed was a vorker-and the other a uni- rpenter. After two exami- the catastrophe it was de- tha...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .o111 ten , _ ," Senior Girls' play committee will Imeet at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. The treasurer of the University Girls' Glee club will meet the mel- bers of the club from 1 to 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the league room in University hall to receive dues and give -rebates. Treasurers of the freshman and sophomore girls' social committees are asked to take their accounts to the reg- ist...…

May 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 176) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY x Iy1 1 I11 YiY1+ l lrlrr rrrl III rr Y l 1 nWN I Y ..,, ... .. .. . ,._. s r a DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN. Copy received until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.) Volume S TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1922 Number 176 To the Deans:~ There will be a conference of the Deans in the President's office at 10 a. in., Wednesday, May 311 M. L. BURTON. Communications for the Board of Regents: The next meetings of the Board of Regents will ...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…'AIR; PRKCB- CHANGE I it i~an &t ASSOCI. ANRE~f DAY ANDRE '" SERTI No. 175 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 PRICE _ _ ___.__- - _ _ . m . . i AWARlDED CEMEDAL R fECORD VEN ANNUALLY FOR AS SCHOLAR AND ATHLETE 101 DS HONORS E MAJOR SPORTS nber of Family to ic Distinction in University Gainl ATHLETIC REVIEW ON SALE MONDAY Giving a complete survey of all lines of athletic activity covered dur- ing the past year on the camp...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. StU'DAY, MAY 28, 1922 A LITTLE CHAT WITH VACHEL LINDSAY (By Lis Elisabeth W'lticosah) ''t on" "inrnion," hie confided. "I 'Still interes'ted in 1Egypotian hors-_ 'iv' hi'at 'otd flat land-Ino hills. Lots gi 'phics, Vaohe1?" asked Air. Frost. of times at home when it's so hot that There hod liee'n a little pause is the everytoily else has left town I sit andI conversation, and this questio pant or wiite, per...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…1 iri1Y r1VA1.H1V LJq-iL..I aiuty Z UN] 112 .:....- I t the||a e r t rot otherWis hed theiei. 4klgua., a sOsa aerd Stret. o words, i'signed. the signa- , but as an evidence f faith, ;d in Tke Daily at tle discre- te The Daily office. Unsigned deration. 7 manuscript will o9s th esentiments expressed two ,years earlier than would otherwise be possi- ble ,the Summer school offers facilities for intel- lectual training and moral culture so...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 2

…2 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 28, V5,' The May Whimsies-A Review (113 Dc I tr (lark) "And this is where my story ends,", 'While hlank youths caper to it I dsiske the May Wh'limsies for tour andsioomehows it's very funny hecause, the night long," reasons: thre apitees of verse are so yosu stunt have to function mentally isn wlets throws so sinfair emphasis o pl(0(1 they earnt sbe ss tosrn out wi'tlhoust I(rdeor tos get the story, ...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…rsity Ave. .d Architects' Materials ain Pens Loose Leaf Books -as and Supplies iry. Agency Trobaccos r .1 J Iliplops And Han Grid Star Of Michigan's former athletes are keep ing in the limelight in various ways; some are making touchdowns in the world of politics while others again are putting the, law over for three bases, but one of the mnethods adopted by a gridiron star, of the seventies is be- lieved to be unique. Irving K. Pond, '...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 3

…sNDAY, MAY 2R, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE no means stops with the(, converdet 0 Tes orecealls1the dissenting opn- " "T e M nes n t e M a ing andt. f compendious ideantrito of - on 0of two jitdg~s of the Supreme of aiss all kind, anarchits, pacc- ('ort.* (Continued) ig to one threatening group united in s, ecos idelsis masu~ruading a By Ja es H rveyRobisont like-minded attempt to overthrow so- progress." The iht is ue fre God cety as we k...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…PRO GRAMI CHES nature or pul- rll be ost all American" Is the Arthiur W. Stalker's, -st Methodist church ,tudent classes will ock. The Wesleyan' devotional meeting ship of Mr. Robert . Rev. Stalker will the evening service stopic tonight being e Mind in the Mak- Religion" will be Leonard A. Barrett n church this morn- sReal Freedom?" is ced for the young to be held at 6:00 h Alexander Burr, Saylers, of the First ,s as his topic for the 'Thou...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 4

…"'The Jvind in the Naking"~ (Contimlued from Page 3.) tLo.; ben the h :bit (of defondnoro tie -tol y, ohl) Virtues troin titme itu- inea~orial tOto elCr15s of others' rep- lI-HE MICHIGAN L tl!?,raie teudvoy t'to eta!,. ('litics as 'EJi)lBiot Sol'ely, 'r ° 1 1havin levi,' v ex thte argloocux of those who j ('Ott l epre riti.'isnt lest it teal) to v oece itndt letrltt.on, we may 000 j'11)11 ely 101011 0i1)1hisrcotter'tioncrt- Stainofoten negie...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 5

…" S ' O f r f.r -' . 4 NORTHERN, NORTHWESTERN IN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET tinued from Page One) 1 dash: Hester, Det. North- Sternaman, -Owosso, sec- ence, Clearfield Pa., third; 'th. Time 10 3-5 seconds. I high hurdles: Toepfer, ern, first; Cooper, Det. econd; Stewart, Saginaw third; Ott, Muskegon, Ime 17 1-5 seconds. t: Simpson, Det. North- rst; Smith, Saginaw East- d; Stutzner, Hamtramck, rison, Det.Northwestern, istance 44 feet 34 inche...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Next Brander goes hark to the good!l .' ot r, weal hrt entre leogth of l i.B lu b f r B and r id tdar when thr agert, fotr th~e So- ! ''.:tol 1 And th is rondit mit held A ra o rilety for lhe Prevention of Vice held l ' stir nearly the svholg; country, full stray and were putting Itiamtond IToray' in lhat high srliool there are (Bly Gi. D. Caton) of the old Brander hy that irreverent Dick out of...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

… .. Trials in's freshman track squad a most successful training ,st week by holding the final ,1s of the year. The times nces made in the events were especially the running Hahn feels'that he has guid- of the most promising team ngs in the country. In Hub- einke, Brooker, Proesser, oesser, and Isbell he has a f stars that will help raise 's track stock up to par. Moore,dAmstetz, Nicholson, d, Aldrich, .Gunn, Hindes, rittman, Gibson, Higgins...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 6

…TIHL MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1922 /' ques~~ii t iiniy nt oohnaly h esin nural t 1' nard st atie sftsofoteidatinss the realu spite oo s u the mi>s tieas isty the 151 o5.011cier 'iitheinuthtaigfher Books anEAuthors itwaswo hsar arcarathhufact thathua noi .s o ff prentnratin, v.rethreod ortstandingvefa- "AARON'S 1RO1" leaves once more, this tne fo good.' Even excluding his ideas alogete, ov, id ant a stirit, and that By D. H, Lawre...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 7

…T DAV CAMP! UNN AND CLARK WIN ' IN EXTEMPORE CONTEST ill hold a dual ate university >men will com- Michigan nega- >lumbus, while Columbus will bnd oppose thel )up. The ques- be: Resolved, -to-the-Atlantic gcompleted by anada and the rest in debate and proper to rhich only wo- ays Prof. T. C. ry department. four women on in the Central a the past, and ine woman de- Seventy men will complete the quota for the first section of Camp Davis whic...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 7

…SUPNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 I1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE7 helief that the tread at all Itumanity WIMISIES-A REVIEW cadenced. t'onseqctently I cannot songts ' ii. I am afraid the song it toacrdl a mare stabhle, mare discip-, (Continued fram Page 2) like Chete~r F. Kuthn's "Revenge,"; Mitt Brunt. woutld like to have tang lie, altho'ugh art less pcassioate' tat wcih the exception at these fesv beratse after reacting it I copiedl it: it notc what Asarr...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 8

…''E- I. decided to plan cards would be given out at some $1,000 which future convocation on which the stu- n one of the dents would place the names of their ft to the un- instructors,, writing after each one the he custom of mark between A and F that he thinks year to give he merits. It is thought that through sually taken this system the administration would beautify the be given a first hand opportunity of rating the effectiveness of each ...…

May 28, 1922 • Page Image 8

…['HE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1922 The GENOA CONFERENCE thinking of the leaders can alter thc One of the most tdistresing fac -_________________ (Cntinuied f rota Page 1)u tion as regards Russia. tora of the entire situation is the at- the part of the Germans the Frenets"Russia fat done away with the kindatt nbl tittide of the Germans. It is as on- hegn o iestresitisen tattir-of governent ont which lierty is raosl as that of Fran...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 9

…1 17 lIl~ 11V£,& £A 1 dwL7tI I -1 Theaters It >f the freshman and s' social committees are ieir accounts to the reg- be audited, after which brought to Dean Jor- Li other girls' organiza- equested to bring their ks to be kept over sum- persons having funds an league campaign n to the treasurer of ommittee, Dorothy Jef- an road at once. This led for campaign, ex- .1 be collected individ- id in this week. ing employment for summer school or...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 10

…EuTIN ;urday.) -rte . k '' ntil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Sat SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 Number r 17 - - fl~*~** *~St~ fr4 evening, May 29, at 8 o'clock in the Auditorium of Univer- ass in Play Production will present Booth Tarkington's Jacobin" and an original tragedy, "Mamette," by Louis H. [hese are to be simple class reviews and not finished stage, > admission will be charged and the public is cordially in- ram will begin promptly and th...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 A LITTLE CHAT WITH VACHEL LINDSAY Lois Ellsabet Whitob) in one incarnation," he confided. "I interested in Egyptian .ir -ove heat and flat land-no hills. Lots achef?" akem Mr.Fost of times at home when it's so hot that had been a litepase inthe everybody else has left town I sit and aion, a nd this question paint or write, perfectly happy." distinct change of subect "b ,But it is more t...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 12

…The May Whimsies-A Review (By Delbert Clark) I "And this is where my story ends," 'While blank youths caper to it I dislike the May Whimsies for, four and somehow it's very funny because the night long," reasons: three pieces of verse are so you don't have to function mentally in which throws an unfair emphasis on placed they cannot be torn out without order to get the story, and most of us the definite article. In contrast, we injuring two pe...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 13

…no means stops with the convenient Times or recalls the dissenting opin anat s-ioo of two judges of the Spren fists and internationalists, as belong- We must not be misled by "false, (COntinued) ing to one threatening group united in specious idealism masquerading as By James Harvey Robinson a like-minded attempt to overthrow so- progress. The light is one for Cod ciety as we know it. * * * The Lusk as well as country, in which all forms (Publ...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 14

…thcnav cc tendency to cla critics as sorry estate--is capricious and Italt- standards of morality to which they - The }'lind in the <nesies of society. . * * taving ing. * * *Iare accustomed. Few lawyers can vie reviev ed the argument of those who * * * Experime it n which natur- their profession with any considerable Jiakitng would repress criticism lest it lead to al science has reaed itself is by no degree of detachment. Then there ar v o e...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 15

…Next Brander goes back to the good the mutters went the entire length of B lurb for BrandBe old days when the agents or e t - 1 school. And this condition held ciety for the Prevention of Vice held true over nearly the whole country. full sway and were putting Diamond Today in that high school there are (By G. D. Eaton) of the old Brander by that irreverent Dick out of business in favor of Har- about ten Jews acting as instructors. e country s...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 16

…questionably not only has ideas-in toral stoadard she considers the real spite of the mistiness that he som- hum to it re and, on that basis, her Bn sines psses o ffas profundity-but he true morliy. The outstanding fac- can write as well as any English or. to her are the facts that human novelist of the present generation. .e rgs are three-fold, for they have a "AARON'S ROD" leaves once more, this time for good. Even excluding his ideas altoge...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 17

…' that the trend of all humanity WHISIES-A IEVIEW cadenced. Consequently I cannot song!" But I am afraid the song «ard a more stable, more discip- (Continued from Page 2 like Chester F. Kuhn's "Revenge," Miss Brunt would like to have sung although not less passionate But with the exception of these few because after reading it I copied it is not what Anacreen would sing, and of relationship between man and rough places, I like the group and do...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 18

…I 17 ki LIN~X 5AJ~ UAU SA'r1L ..I - n - - -'-*-'vi-'-.Luc-- *---- " . .tc - ' " iv.b (Continued from Page 1) 'u tion as regards Russia. tors of the entire situation is the at- the part of the Germans, the French "Russia has done away with the kind titude of the Germanis. It is as un- began to be more insistent that Ger- of government on which liberty is reasonable as that of France, but, what m y keep up her achedole of ay built, and has scrap...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…IA 1rinm..I CHANGE IN. RATUIRE L SW 43Uf ~~Iai ,:J DAY AN] - - XXXII. No.,174 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1922 PRIC .. . ,, DISCUSSINS MARKE EDITORS' SECOND 1 CONVENTION DAY BRU14Is'LEADS MORNING ASSEM . BLY PRIOR TO ROUND .. TABLE GROUPS CONSTITUTION ADOPTED FINISHES ORGANIZATION NORTHEAST VIEW OF THE PRACT ED. THIS IS THE FIRST OF A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION. THE Provides for Permanent Body Known THIS SUMMER. as Michigan ...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…onday during the WUiveritY dent Publications. CIATED PRESS lentitled t *|the r " t ated is t rmet gtbmWriS mews pbliahed therea- Arbr, .i.I.E. a s..s.a daily exercise. Nor does he study while eating, or turn immediately to his bboks again immediately after a meal, and work perhaps until late at night, thus cutting short his period for sleep. On the other hand, the wise student, like the trained athlete, lives more carefully and regularly than...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

…templation Of Cap Night ht is Gap night. A sense of s, of freeness, suffuses our and tears of gladness well up eyes. And yet . . . a f sorrow too, of loss .-. hat doe-s not fit into a hip We shall miss our little gray ver. It has served us well. eel glad that we have worn le pots faithfully. Think of r fellows who have never worn ots at all, and who are even g them to the fire in their 0OL EDITORS- TTEND MEETINGS ontinued from Page One) deleg...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 4

…I ^ ..i' fii : i o E'A1. Y _ 2_ "TO DAY Meet Brings From All Mtry JNTRY AFTER TITLE sociated Press)' 26.-The question of y between college ath- East and of the West 'ed at Harvard stadium 6th renewal of the an- field tournameut of the Association of Amateur erica, first held in 1876. ie first institution from' igan to out-run, out- t-throw the cream of aie stars will defend the it won last year. In- ion from the West will y Leland S...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 5

…lniii V LL 1111 E TIVITY FOR NEXT YEAR be the award of a U. 'of M. monogram as well as the class numerals to the championship teams of each sport. The teams that finish second and third will be awarded class. numerals only. building, and installed in its new headquiarters on the second floor of Waterman gymnasium. This new lo- cation will help bring it into closer touch with the students finding their source of recreation in the gymna- ,or ...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

… w vDAILY _ A 1 1J~~.i il ._ - ; .- 4 1 ... wt I D e are vaiting - U IiU servle you Perhaps you have never given us the opportunity of placing ourselves at your service. It may be that you are not acquainted with us and don't know how well equipped we are to take care of your meat and grocery needs. If such is the case we hope that you will soon find occasion to come to our store and let us show you that we are really ready and ...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 7

…INY Grace Frey, r. Elsa Oles- A ;hman and mittees are 3 to the reg- Jor- niza i sum- sons having funds) league campaign the treasurer of ttee, Dorothy Jef- ad at once. This or " campaign e - collected individ- this..week. Ann Arbor group ociation of Univer- iold their annual t 11 o"clock this me of Mrs. Jos- Hill street. There Persons having employment forI girls attending summer.school or the fall term and those who will take girls to ...…

May 27, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 174) • Page Image 8

… aTaava AA -164 11 L ,I ,1A- L CL opy received until 3:30 p. rQ. (11 S SATURDAY, MAY 2 t"0 s :6 a.1m. a um y.) 7, 1922 Dumber 174 idents having in their possession books drawn from the University y, are notified that all such books are due Wednesday, May 31, on t of the impending close of the academic year. WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian. ering English 6, Report Writing: udents who miss the lecture on Tuesday, May 30, are urged to attend tu...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…I I] 131w qA&r :43 ttlp A £ xrahoh DAY AND NIGHT ISERVICE 173 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY126, 1922 PRICE FTVE PRIE IV .RLINGS TO BURN HEADGEA !HOOL EDITORS HERE FOR FIRST STATE MEETING; INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK ATHLETES TO ARRIVE TODAY REE DAY CONFERENCE OPENED NEARLY THREE HUNDRED WILL BY SPEEChES AND SWARM CITY TO. . ..::... ...' :...... : DISCUSSION - MORROW ... .GIS rRATION SHOWS MEET WILL BE LARGEST 74 DELEGATES IN CI...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…RD PRSS ntitld to the not br is It or cot .tborwiR. publbRhin r h[1Ma asO . dS et. bhshed in The Daily at U@ tdscre- sailed to The Daily office. Unsigned consideration. N. manpscript will closes postage. ly endorse the sentiments expressed [Ale STAFF one 2414 ....BRI~WSTR P. CAMPBELL .. .......Josep A. Bernstein .James B. Young ............Marion Kerr G. P. Overton M B. Stahil Paul Watnel 1..................L. Armstrng Kern E. R. Mciss .....…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…Clothes. Where, 0 Where Are The Verdant Freshmen?"--ien Of '25, Learn This Song efore C ap Nig h t Lxercises SPRING HERE Freshmen! This is the song that you will sing tonight just before you form your snake dance around the fire, to discardyour pots. The Daily has printed it in full for your benefit. Learn it.n I They've gone out from Wenley osophy, They've gone out from Wenley osophy, They've gone out from Wenley osophy, Safe now in the S...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 4

… y(iI 7 - ,; :\ :: I it -;5- i , _ MEET TO MANY STARS ecial to The Daily) Ia., May 25.-Middle dist- ig at the annual .Big Tenr eld meet to be held at the >f Iowa, June 2 and 3, will ier a fast field of perform- estern colleges and univer- ding Fassenden Hof Illinois, Visconsin, Pyott of Chica- i of Minnesota, and Wilson v of Iowa in the 440 yard ggins and Wolters of Ames, fMinnesota, Ramsey of Yates of Illinois, and Noll v of Iowa in th...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 5

… football coach and assistant director of intercollegiate athletics at Mich- igan. On Ferry Field Today in the 1909 meet that he threw the of weight 170 feet, 3 inches - a mark which has never been reached since. ec- Just two years before Koehler set for his record for the hammer 'throw, Joe of Horner, then a member of a Grand eat Rapids High school track team, and on- later a Michigan track man, set a ade record for the 12 pound shot put whe...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 6

…MPAIGN ISSUES rBE-_EONMI ridge, Republican, Declares Duty is to Restore Vigor of U. S. + Business ATOR WATSON PRAISES HARDING AD3INISTRATION (By The Associated Press) dianapolis, May 25.-Political is- of the coming fall campaign were east today before the Republicans had assembled for the first state ical convention of this year. Three' kers, looking toward the cam- n, outlined the stand of the Re- licans, and the only one of them pecify on ma...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 7

…ly north of Those plan- Katherine ' 22 'ELnsian Is 2lest In History tc )r, > should -not phone 2597. reshman and )mmittees are its to the reg- d, after which to Dean Jor- rs' organiza- to bring their, ept, over sum- The third practice for the May-pole dances will be held at 4:30 Monday, May 29. It is very important that all girls attend. Chaperones for dances this week end are: Union-Friday, Mrs. H. B. Lazzell; Saturday, Mrs. Yates Adams...…

May 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 173) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Copy received until 3:30 p. M. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 2 FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922 Number 173 teachers in the College of Engineering: Large enrollment makes necessary two summer camps in surveying. The first one starts Saturday, June 3, students leaving Ann Arbor on the fternoon of June 2. The semester records of these students must be com- ileted before they leave. Secretary Hopkins and Professor...…

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