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May 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…THE IdTCiGAN DAILY i aj y' Enter Race For Senate Seat1 News From Othercr olleges L 11 ;-1 u Y Ib RY (Contiiiuedl from Page One) Eddie Gibson to perform should any-thn apnt ~vy The Illinois line-up will be similar, to that which faced Michigan in the first game, save that the batting or- der is somewhat changed. Captain Stewart, whose hitting has shourn con- siderable improvement, will probably bat second this afternoon, whereas he h...…

May 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…FMT( "AN DAIL Y INLET H15 ORIAIIPIj (Continued from Page One) ! tions now standing with their backs the wall are opensdl again to Lug. hi trade, then England will again osper. Untill such settlement oc-. rs, no prime minister can be se- ro in his position. One rather interesting factor com~esY here which may prove his undoing, ofessor Wenley declared. No one ows exactly what Lloyd George is iug to do. It is well k~nown that the rsonal frie...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…T14E MICHIGf AN DAILY ____ e: ras Oil Blaze Kills Fiften; Fire Loss Mounts Into Millions VBARSITY BAD AS ALUMNIE£NTER1AINM9ENT 1Sg lUE :Akeise Appfhlcautto. lterates Front PLAIN'XEI) TO AMUSE OLD IS° '" ril u e MIEASIJRE cl Change In the state laws, to bar persons of°- buhnrai itlct or iliteratesfrom opeorating motor ve- liceles, as u mean of reddig the ttnaumber of 'atomovb lie accidents, :s proposed by r. 1. Gdie, executive secretar...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…THE MCGAN DAILY ________ CREWS :E VI&TORlIES hreUniversity of Pennsylvania ight-oared crews flashed to victory 1the nineteenth annual regattai of he American :Rowinig association on he Schiuykill river' today.f The 150 pound crew defeated Yale4 nid Princeton by only hialf ~a length~ fter a hard battle. Following this~ ace the Pennsylvania Junior varsity Ad the Princeton Junior varsity; cross the lihfe by half a length. Hiar- 'rd, weakening ...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 2

…THE MTCHTCfAN DAPLY __ IA illIII ront We-, ddl to Beanty and of Old Site OF. i{EGNTS TO 'CATIO7N DiJIN~ Tiliigs1 1t1litY VISIT St" rUTJ SLIMMER HDTEL OFFRS I s STUDENTSMLMET I R. S. Melclhers of the Islington ho- tel, one of the largest of the summer resorts in Les .Cheeaux .islands, 12' mie~north-east of Mackinac island, will he at the Michigan Union at to- >..... day to intervileW students who desir~e, summer wvork at the hotel. Accordin...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 2

… - - DRAMA TERM] FOR IUPPERCLASS ADVISORS Applications are now being receiv- ed at the Union from upperclasmen for mem~bership on the Upperclass Ad-. visory committee for next year. Men who" desire to serve on ,this cormittee are urged to send in their names to Charles W. Merriam,,Jr- '251x, at~ the UJnion' right away as the committeeilbsectdhswek In filling out the coupon below nextI year's address shouldhbo given if poe-j siblc. Mlas fo...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO TIHI MICHIGAN DAILY SSNDAY, -MAY I], 1D235 Among the Magazines By N.B. Gerbait Hauptmann, in the April issue of TIhe Dial, begins the story of "The Heretic o1 Soana", an eccentric hermit goattherd who dwelt on the top ot the Alps. ttaotinann's natme should be sufficient tidvertisemoent for any story. In the same issue is an exceptionaldilsogue tetwes n 'Smith and Jones", in the progress of whicth tihe'two tmen'Oattemnpt arson, and...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1923 W aexcessive frivolities, or perhaps she toss of a Leginska-type shock of hair, ing their inferiority. W o mT en and s anoust plain lazy, but a nice girl and would hold their own as long as This musical activity of women will and all that,-so she may be granted there was no competition with the produce no happier results than it Nil ic a normal diploma. opposite sex. But as soon as Field hithert...…

May 20, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MA Y 2, 19, The Paragon of the Cinema An Espousal of Standardization white playin' eavedropper down at NEWELL BEBOUT society. A true emotion becomes the Union the other night, I over warp and invariably turns sour. heard, five men discussing the art ofisecondly, the conventional ending i- motion pictures. All of the fellows This conception of standardization have never experienced those rae presses upon the ...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, IMAY 27;, 1922 ;PAGE TWO 1 0 40* how C(har eteesr. CARROLL The Professor. The Professors Wife. I Cri The Young .Lady. The Young MIan, Pickiard Strauss, of Nvolfi-A err The Student Critic. ofi Detlovent, ofl frohofii, I? In The (Grouch. deas- Critc. (Vl You -ci- heari Edgar Guest. modtaern opiera? The Professor's Wife: Oiha i,gas I1he clii- g LaOiit f~ thinl t, 'r !ii wontierftl. Wonderful! Anditi r the first nigh...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…THE MCHIGAN DAILY Wyvern, junior wvomen's honorary society, will sell blue hooks in_ the, Library and University hall from 101 to 11 o'clock for the remainder of tlhej senester. During examination :, blue, books will be on sale at all times. E Courtiers and fairies for the Seniorl Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock -to- day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The schedule for th e spring tennis tournament has been posted in Bar- bour gymnasium. T...…

May 02, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 0111, Cn1 schedule for the spring tennis moent ha's been posted in Bar- 'ymnaSij-M. 'Th1e first round musst yed off by May S. cast of the Senior Girls' play Leet at 4 o'clock this after- n Sarah Caswell Angell hall. BAEBLLPELIMINARIS Several of the women's prelimiin- ary Laseball gamesNwiill eplayed tliis week and the first part of ne~xt week according to the followings sche- dule: at 5 o'clock today, Betsy Bar- bour vs. I...…

May 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…MICHIGAN DAILY__ i e Of Soviet President To Aid Relief Committee IAT TJLR THEATERS i Inn" will open at noon to- he Delta Gamma house, street. Luncheon will be mn 12 to 1:30 O'clock and tea to 5:30 o'clock today, tomor- aturday. en interested in the summer 'held at Lake Geneva, Wis., dent department of the Uni- W. C. A., are invited to at-. eting to be held- from 4 to 5 this afternoon at New- Opportunity wl be given' ne for women to apply f...…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 3

…iT .HICAN DAILY tl I IEW YORK WOMAN American Legion Auxiliary Cares'ForVeterans In Mexico - . - be no rehearsal of the ast today. whave not yet fired in. against the men are re- e this afternoon at the mer field as it will be >ortunity to enter the omen who are planning tdoor range will meet at orrow afternoon at the fice. There will be no day evening at the in- There will be a meeting of the life niembership committee of the Univer- s...…

May 05, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

… ....., firing with the 0--calibre rifle at the ority will give a dance at 9 o'clock outdoor range on State street are re- tonight at the chapter house. Ted quested to meet at 1:30 o'clock this Bennett's orchestra will furnish the afternoon at the R. 0. T. C. office. music. Tickets may be obtained at At~rre Q"Anchor Inn" tea room will be open today at the Delta Gam- ma house, 1205 Hill street. Luncheon will be served from 12 to 1:30 o'clock...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY ein date because of the ig-Out comes on Thurs. Brealis Altitude Record record for a plane carrying a load of Look over the values in the class!- Paris, May 5 .-(By A. P.)-Avor i v5500 ,pounds. rising 26,250O feet pie .-h~ ~uui .aw~day . uontard yesterday broke the =altitude j il iiteil1;1!Iii tii111 I; IIg 1i o1t l0Ii1I1B1i IIl d ii[9TESTS INCREA SE RELIABILITY OF 2 RADING SYSTLYUIL AWRES DECLARES Jus "Examinations aid ...…

May 08, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I~ _ ,. - - -- ----x- . _ 1, 1 1 1 - x I- - ! -7 ! 1 1. _____-I be worn with sen-I e procured beforei race Hunter at the itory. The price of ternoon at the booth in University hall.I There will be a meeting of the Uni- versity Girls' Glee club at 4: 30 o'clock this afternoon at Barbour gyminasium. Athena Will meet at 7:15 o'clock this evening in the Alpha Nu rooms of Unriversity hall. There will be a pro-1 gram anid di...…

May 09, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… - E lish Students 'be Girls' Mandolin club will meet 5 '60,' ;this afternoon at Newberry J. It is requested that dues be d at this time. The picnlic wvill be. ;tponed. 4embers cf Wyvern will meet at 5 o'clock tceniht at the. Chi Omega Bae. entrar.y to a previous notice which feared ha the Sundlay Daily under program ecf spring; events, thbe Hor Girls' play will be given on irsday, June 14, and not on May 'here ihas been a change in the cas...…

May 10, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _______ p~lil Yrr 1 a- ' - II - r: iiiaew : " e~a~ m . ."". FMN FILL OFFICES CLSS COMMITTEES, erine Mellen, '26, Ruth Rankin,'23flb Illhfh Catherine Coryell, '26, Margaret Mogk EIORS ~~IN M~IL ' 26, Margaret Effinger, '26, Lorettaj Cohy, Chambeotgbrlain,''2 , ay Dolr- TPT 111~IT otCoop ber, a'262, Drh MObry'6,lDr- IM TI9 lIEW CSTO Louthan, '26, Jessie Sprague, '26, Mar-1I___ garet Geddes, '26, Ruth Jennings, '26,1SGES FPAS...…

May 11, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…TEMICHIGAN DAILY Doyo.ue.lasi...as.ysem monlen e class in girl scout leadership meet at 7 o'clock this morn- in Barbour gymnasium. ere will be no more league parties spring, because of the many oth- ctivities' which will take place.. parties will be continued n ext e second round of the tennis anent must bo. played off by May There will be no extension of YASSAR Alumnae association hold theira at Barton HF There wi]i at 10 o'clock officers...…

May 12, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…Y, MAY 12. 1923 THE MICHIGIAN DAILY . . _ _ «,.,. _. a . ......... ...... r. , ,. - _ ,. _ . w_. .. . _w ._.... ----- J"f/'& ..7V~; } , . .. Arr X 'i 4 Y . .. . a. . . . " ,. _.:... LA Schultz -rocrI THE HOME OF PURE FOODS. - I THE 318 SOUTH. STATE STREE'T HOFE McLEA1N V&.NEEL ND QUALITY CO URTESY SERVICGE )NES 326-327-328 114-116 E. WASHINGTON Headquarters for.,Imported. and etcFoodstuff3 d Free Delivery to All Parts of C...…

May 13, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…STARTING TO.DAY STARTING SUNDAY 4 Gi4EAT .1, lT E ES O STAG A~I~ND SREU.E N We H-ap~pily Present the Star That You Yrs E lf Have Most Welcome of All in Ann Arbor Pro:Ten To Be the. Li) w AM Si W4 r ' J 4. 1r I N .x 9,a 2-Fi'thig Blood" 0s. 4 6t °' )Ki ]1p Out tres Pie. r,+ i2 rr t., ,r , } i lop .a fiI 4-Top!es ~-Tr~ger's (341r1 Band &-"Tiie Ne'cr Po Well" 7-Recessienal * P4~?U21t to lthe rt v".r The n y"oli c~: PhisstA's...…

May 15, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

….t r t zA%' A N . row Aha pslo Ph ~ DltaIvIlr~T TlPTT~~f terary sciet il et ti SrhCawl Agl hireen this eveinin,, h Aph iiind enatl-rns TIte yn' Te Lake Geneva Student conrfer-' of UnvriY h'.Te at5O(Ok aiis ae-once will be heldt from Jun~e 15to discussion is to be "lree- ;G' 1 ]tt4 o'clock, in Sarah Caswel o'hkfrstrin the gy :;:sum7; lgair of more than 20 stents I e er mpran ~usa a4 o'clck. csto acts 3, is expected to represent the Univer-' ...…

May 16, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…-CAN DAILY PI 1 e world fellowship committee ofl Y. W. C. A. will meet at 5 o'clock afternoon at Newberry hall. 'attend regularly. More seniors espe- cially are needed. Tickets for the May breakfast which is to be given by the University Y. W. C. A. Saturday morning at Barbour{ gymnasium, are on sale at Wahr's and Graham's bookstores, at 35 cents a-" piece. Girl Soon To Wed Rockefeller's Kin C. ow s of the new cabinet of the A. will-mee...…

May 17, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…TH E MICHIGAN D, . rrr c irrY ..... ri i for the cast of acts -3, 4 Senior Girls' play will be' ock this afternoon in Sar- Angell hall. rhe Mummers meeting scheduled fore lay has been postponed, and will be Id at 4 olclc Monday at the Delta Ata Delta house. Officers will. be cted at that time. Baseball games in the interhouse Irnament were postponed the fore- rt of the week due to the rainy lather. On the first day of good rather the follow...…

May 18, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

…-mr E DAILY D 11t i5 - ation ceremonies for the new of the Women's league will n Friday, Mai 20, instead of rnoon as was announced in v Sunday. Money for all evenQ; which havo been given for the benefit of the University of Michigan League build- 'ing fund, must be turned in by June 1 to Neva Lovewell at her office in Barbour gymnasium, so that the com- petitivo charts may be com piled. Checks should be made payable to the Michigan League...…

May 19, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…THiE MICHIGAN DAILY r yr rr £ .. "memo d,,3 or I)j / 4',,r 'a NILZ2.K1 'he SchultzGroceryI THE HOME 4F URE FOODS El THE HOME OF 318 SOUTH STATE STREL;T Mc'LEAN & NEELANDS QUALITY COURTESY SERVICE.1 Free Delivery to All Parts of City Last Delivery 5 P. M. PHON ES 326-327-328 114-116 E. WASHINGTON I ODFFICE OPEN TFILL 110 P ORDER$ M. FRIDAY FOfK Picnic Materials Headquarters for Imported and Domestic Foodstuffs "Y...…

May 20, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…THEMICHIGAN DAILY X' rIETKICS IUEE AIN sONJY 40 "Tr;IJ8 11 Lucilla Walker, Mriel Iuriujgham n Ka<ther ine Aliz sw orth, iElean)or Wior±11 ington, Mlle,) a wCordi. The11o "l!)iforC liflw-llp)i1s o fol Membher~ of the(,cla~ss l r i~ ams -were announcedyeslerdy, n ill begirt practice the first part of _c week at Padlmer field for .the inl- rclass cot^eats which wtiill be play;- [in the near future. The scnior. class team has the fol- Iluig l...…

May 22, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

…TAHE MICHIGAN DAILY w+rrw+Ww } -.. .... . . . ... ....... rgn gww'slsr wawww .. :.:> a . . .. .. II clock tomorrow afternoon, in Bar-I bour gymgnasium. Those whom have not yet signed up may make ,appoint- menlts in the office of thle gymnai- I uni. To Western Woman HIPS Detroit Alumna Etrti Members of tec DetroitAsoiin of Mlichigan wom~en il give abig and mah jongg tea for the benefit o the Michigan League fund rathAm D?- troit* Golf cl...…

May 23, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY IM WILL I lI AtN OfdUTDOOR STAGSE ATmerican ,Pianist Scores In Berlin 0. I)AVI OFWI)1TROIT WILL CONSTItT;CT $CENER ITY AiMJ) P~ROPEIE S Senior women have been roaming is glades no' Sherwood forest in. pre- Iration fer thir annual play which all be rsnd on the night of, mne 15. "Shierwood," by Alfred over, i., an entirely (different type "iplay ';han tbomse that have hitherto ,n given by senior women and its .sentation w...…

May 24, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 172) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGSAN DAILY @f6URNiSAMFl a3r CINTIN 1.1 AN1N~i{1 -VdOW 1DELTA ET LL'LTA A i-C 1 ; .^Z DT urergame, in the interhouse ~ebal Iurnriet will be playeds iorro w ~amrfield. At 4:30 o'- cIbi in teronnDelta Dlta Dcl- wiillly lhEpio Phi. At 'clok ut ,ieh -afternoon Alpha Gain- Deha w<i'? play Helen Newberry, It G : 2 o'cl'ock Kappa Kappa a naa AAlpha Phi will play. 'c co7:r t: ti o staidin;; of teams I inii t,.ournament are aafol- W L Pet.J I...…

May 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…THE MIC HIGATlDATLY Formewr 'Wife ToI App eqCr In, Paris LEAGUE lINSTALLS TODAY LESS WEAHE Aftl P1AY ~ L7 W 14T!,i71r11 Will use r enicr wmnhave bensc. ching ralm Thu :cin fan effort tofind out ether the night of Thu-Sda~y, June! is to be rariny, m(oonlight or, other- se. Tl=ir, ha:, lbee the eveninig chos- for their ann)3ual play, " Sherwood", dl its (odor nature demands a rfect setting i n the line of -weather. mers aro around that ...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

…12J, 1923 0 THE M ICHIGAN DAILY A --__ __------ INE OFFICERS OVER POSITONSI Newostss n onigStetCl MPIDN CONIITTEE 'EAP1uE SECHRETYTO WqI LL mEE&FbT -T1,S41YIFCsPTuiNEW[POSITION .1 01DA)IND INEW BOAI:)S AT Installation ceremionies for 1the nrew officers; of the Winenv Laguewer held yesterday afternoon in Sarah as well Angell h:,l'1 The folowing wo- men rwore tutroduced as newofficers for the coning year: reside "nt, L1- en DelbIr:,; ;V...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…W., Addresses 'Wanted ors of the Veterans of For- who are seniors and ex- ideate in June are asked ir dome addres.s to A. F. 13 Thompson St. as soon Tius is necessary in or- nsfer ma~y he made to the The Daily advertisers. i TH IHIGAN DAILY 4, Op enfing Today TheI Mj~e siscAlways. Leads the Way professia from manageria.1 announcebtttt the ajestlo i theatre 1I I i /© iil~ ll/I iil II / SWEY1'ATER SK11i.T 9L'1] $5. r8 $11.47 ...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

… unl~anoma mvayor To Protect Youth SOPHOMORES TO DISCUSS ADISRWORK THUSA SIGMA DELTA PI '25, to Hugh W ilson, '22. Wilson is a I ,iIAT S NNE o the Phi Kappa Psi fra- . IP . 3 ,y 41 {l( :r il N 1:11if t i 1I1 \ 1 r'\ r{± ~their, guests and other peo- may b:e in Ann Arbor durning I ncernont Week will find an ;'s entertainment with 1Robin ,d his followers ait the Sen- s'I play to be gi ~ei Thuirsday, , in the open-air~ theater to0 :ed on t...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 3

…-4A £L-4 MA X Ri 1-U9& M ;,d'PAA4.J HILL WILLI ADYISOS5H I Wert Dieticiarn Arrives To Cur e U. S. Indigcstion! Sophomore woml en will be present t a class meeting to be held at 4 'clock tomorrow afternoon in Say- i Caswell A ngel~l ha.il. Women who wvish to sign for Junior dvisorships during the coming year, ly do so at thlis time. El1igibility to ecome advisor-s consists in being in ood standing. it Is the duty of the nior advisors to assi...…

May 06, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY.,MAY 6, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAEd THREE WAGNER'S RETURN A Review and an Appreciation Wagner returned to Detroit as glut ED'WXARD C. VAN H-ORNE 'n Teblat loe lieor th W5iva ious as ever, the beauty of is nilo- s. 5 't"'tan and Iold" given by th dies undiminished, the magc of his shrlivedxv)intetrtnte Oter Company, themes more enchanting. Stilt he is preude to the first at ~s av epeinly el tIsod ni's in ASei(si t Andt ) as Iildin lia M...…

May 13, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY-13, IR23 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pace TIRZ Tone ,Painting of Today A_ Survey of Contempory Music Has the last word actsally bcn sid j CARL GEHRING gottnartsed in the middle tof the tn musical extression7 It is rue!entury just pat, it is quite sae to then, that thtenmelodies conceiv-ed by( men ot today andI tonstrosemttbe Others ot much less note arc sat,!- and Occident which we ae nwsad'a--".nin that all three inios-coc Icave formulated...…

May 20, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TI-RKN SINIJAY, MAY 25, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGF TURKI ROBERT FROST (Continued from Page One). And shout from where I am, What is it? No, not as there is a tinia to talk. I thrust my hoe in the mellow ground. Blade-end up and five feet tall. And plod: I go up to the stone wall Io: ,tfriend : visit. Mr Frost was like that here. When you came to his house, he didn't say I't working on a poem,...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 3

…IttUN 1)AXMX I l~ Edited by Scogan l;IVREll-Z VOV' l13cala ays, i 1,' . Is' 'tt'else matters: that is the os- If you wroiled not iecul 1 1 -i,..Ible burden of Time wieihig on rou t iters antitrttshting yea a is ~earth, be tdrtunkentcotntinually. Drunken with t " Wittt wine, with ptoetry, or with virtue, will. idut he drunken. Antd ifsomtetimies, on tie stairs of a palace, or on the green sil Bitcht, c in the dreary' solitude of )-our own roc...…

May 01, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…THE '!.MICI GAN DA-LY . ..: ... ._. , ..,.,. .~ganx delegates returned from the { I7 __ _ _ _ _ _meeting, however, feeling that' the WEDTO IA C MM N epF 4S'~: FTE iprogressing with greater facility than 'f/ - tL IE ,Y01?T HUiIGAX inr many of the eastern schools. Some# 3tA '1 fT Publishie4 every "morning execept Mondayo1 te-agr ntttai5srast e li, 1IRE Al) FOR ART -riug gthe University year by the Board i ofrth larger ns(itatiarsdsurpssothe...…

May 02, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…THEI MICHIGAN DAILY - ._M. _ 'SPAP horninlg Publicat rn Con This situ.ation became more flagrant~ The scholar, however, represents~ .. , as time went on and has culminatedI accomplishment just as truly as dloes in the modern yellow press. The the athlete. It is intellectual accom- 'ER OF THE evils o~f yellow Journalism would niot plishment as contrasted with physi- 111CHIGAX be soget if they were confined to cal prowess, but it is none the ...…

May 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 154) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .w,..,. her of years brought one step nearer .TED Sto ralization. ffI~w Severalzorganized campaigns to se- FICIAi 1EWSVAPER OF THE cure money from the alumni to com- // / 'MVERSITY OF M1ICIGAN plete the swimming pool have been dished every :Horninlg except Monday laAnche te every yarn by ee andy 1launched by the Union during the last the 'University year by the Board int SELECTION >l of Student Publications three years....…

May 04, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 155) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PHI 111BETA :KAPPA--Th123 ~ attVj ith th3, announcenlut of Phi Beta Kappa elections for l1923 comes the 'ICIAL NEIVSPAPFER OF THE interesting revelation that, of the 79~ 'IV"?RSI -Y, OF I'-1CIGAN ; literatry students upona whoml the ied evry :horning except Monday ' ioio of membership was conferred thie L.; iversity year by the Board in Iof Student Publications 50 Nwere women while only 29 Were I bees of Westerni Conference...…

May 05, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

… rHE MICAN DAILY SATI ... .. . ._--" EIWSPAPER OF THE T~Y Oar' MICHIGAN, y-' morning except Monday. ,rtity year by the Board in :nt Publications estern conference Editorial The Associated Press is exclusively en- tit~ld to the use'fot-rep-ublication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise; credited in tAis paper and the local newspib iShed fhecin.~ Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second class matter. Su...…

May 06, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…[L MICI JIGAN D-AILY______ i Elatl r X FFJCIAL -NEWSPAPER 0OF THE UIVERtSITY O0 1 MAhGAN 'ublishcd every morning except Mond ig the University year by the Board itrol of Student Publications !embers of Western Conference Editoi « iation. L ack upon the observance of these sa-,11111-1 " I cred functions as the most brilliant:4 I' form the shining stars in a hazy back- ' / s11f,,,,/i.% ground of youthful memories, they are aythe links which ...…

May 08, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…THE MICITGAN DAILY . . .., ~ .. -- I- j1 4 to make an effort, they might have more to say in running the affairsI of the city, state, or nation. It so AL N1EWSPAPER OF THE happens, however, that the educated LRJSITY 1 OFIIC IIGAN class for the most part keeps out of every morning except Monday politics leaving the reins of the gov- StudentP ublicationst r ernment in the hands of schemers, in- of Western Conference ditorial, terested in t...…

May 09, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…'"'1'! LJ'J 1A., 1 ._... it ~tj~n measure solved, the work of the con- b tference cannot be recognized as any- thing but an advance toward greater _TR OF 'TILE unity of the Americas. :,I . !. [OlAL INEWSPAP. blislihed every :Horning except Monday g the University year by the Board in rol of Student Publications nihers of Western Conference Editorial? elation. e Associated Pre-,s is exclusively en- Ito the use for republication of all new...…

May 10, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 160) • Page Image 4

…IL AIM IIGAN D.ATLY ,. ~ ,.,;,.r,,, - -- OFFICI AL A .WSLPAPER 01" THE IT-N IV ERSIT1Y OF 111iCJHCAN 'Iiblishcd every m-o rning except Monday fing me Unitvcrsity year by the Board in itre! of Student Pub lications! lini;,r, of Wcstcru Coiiferenice LEditorial ie Associatea Pre-Ss is exclusively eni- d to the use for republication of all news patches credited to it or not otherwise dited in this paper and the local; news pb ,ed therein. rnte...…

May 11, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

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