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May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 14

… !Glltt e14 W. A. A. 4 t % 4 F "XI N V in Pageant Tuesday Zs Innovation For Women Olympic Entries Hope For Victory Tradition Of Giving Torches Preserved In Lantern tradition at the Lan- am of Michigan wo- Tuesday at Palmer an pageant will be 4 pageant itself is also a compar-4 new idea. Last year's pageant e first, but th-ose who took part ere chosen from the campus at while this year the personnel posed entirely of freshmen. T...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 14

…TI_1*)%THE MICHIGAN DAILY Bwtilding 4 4 e-:4 A lice Freeman4 inent Men Express Need r Michigan League Buildng ORCHEST RA TO PLAY HE he Women's League campaign ch is being carried on by the alum- of the University is heartily en- ued by the prominent men in Ann .O an elsewhere. Some of their :ements In regard to the need of a gue building are as follows: President Marion Leroy Burton: The Michigan League Building is the women. The wh...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY deed Not Worry_ Who Will Pay ForBroc ans F- As Good il Creator Fs Sufficient s Note. This is the first 11:0( ries of articles to be pre- y Mr. Bailey exclusively for 5:0 .ly. He will take up other! >f the development of radio 7;3 Headliners What The Wild Waves Are Saying Readers of The Daily may be inter- I Those of you who wanted the Michi- I --- Today In The Churches -- Programs TODAY 0 a. im-7IYW Chicago, ters: C...…

May 11, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 163) • Page Image 15

…I rHE MICHIGAN DAILY FY oo, And WCBC Shatter ecordU In Long Radio Progr / COLUMUS GTS FIRSTRESULT OVER WIRELESS BELIEVE STATION MADE ' NEW 41 TIME FOR CONTINUOUS TRANSMISSION NEW DISTANCE MARK Columbus, O., May 10-First reports on the Ohio-Michigan dual track meet to reach this city today were the event-by-event bulletinsfbroadcast throughout the afternoon from station WCBC, Ann Arbor. Evanston, Ill., May 10--Northwest- ern stu...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 15

…7i /1 npc And Platform 10. r l to Big Factor In Next Election By Z. S. Bailey e broadcasting station, as well as; stump or platform, will be a big ical factor in the presidential ion in November. In fact, in one' at least it will be a greater factor either. That is in point of audi- What vast coliseum could hold thousands who will hear such ons as WEAF, New York, or J, Chicago? ere will be two kinds of political aigning "on the air" in ...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Viii Broadcast Olympic Results,Game From WCBC Satu ILAN TO GIVE SIMULTANEOUS IRECT WIRES TO CARRY DETAILS TO LISTENERS IN EVERY PORT OF ,OUNTRY NOTIFY ENTRANTS Inegative side always goes to the grid conclude the Wuerth early week pro- served tea with a kick. Need] W hat The W ild W aves A re Saying- return, while the positive side is: "gra "'y, her profits werrend R adio s " nected to the negative of the "A"'. "Tea With ...…

May 04, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 157) • Page Image 16

… STARING TODAY 6 The Craze of Broad- way for Months! Thc liv eliest, peppiest and most 'Aalandishly comical conceit in the ┬░shok~ world of vaudeville. It is _nd ed, incomparable. A Brilliant Keith Vaudeville Headliner! A Solid Yetar in New York City Alone! Nothing like this has ever hit Ann Arbor. It sets a pace for jazz and comedy that is so swift it will sweep Ann Arbor audiences into fren zy of enthusiasm. The Reigning / :RAGTIME...…

May 11, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 163) • Page Image 16

…_______THE, MICHIGAN DAILY Acco mint iitab] !t cl the ture t un Jock ual 1 lairs Off comn rk p n t, ngen, g' the week~ lis is eir ci oirgl arge ?rinc atter genil mrbe n. umbel alm r'3 of lor mabel Patro E C65TUME1JUDGES - ' ARTISTSMA EDEBUT DESCME__EOLUTION ""IPIf"CI --- Today.fin The Churches _.--1- IIIF ' T [S I flIW IIIL bJ I_____ nno Ann arbor's career as a hire'1tt)l<t Church ( tion at the 10:30 o'clock service in the tle tiv al cen...…

May 18, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 169) • Page Image 16

…__________-GLEE CLUB'S SUCCESS DUE I and the style will inevitably be found LARGELY TO G. 0. BOWiENi clothing the soul as the ditlicate spray and glistening waters clothe the ie m a (Continued from Page Eleven) mlghty force of Niagara. iyMusic in Flint, from whence hie "Hieroglyphics" does not, as Van -- - ----- wascalled three years later to head 'Vechiten effusively claims, "glow with Tunerth the Department of Public School miu-j the requisi...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY HIS NASfERS VOKE'' , _ .? (HIMSELF) In, His / AND HIS Sensational Orchestra K4 Concert Program OF "6An Experiment in Oft %0 Am erican Artists "MUSIC" "Mae= I HILL AtDITO IJV Y Thursday, M~ay , a:- at U.00O P u U f,~ r ' g ' ., This "King of Ame~ican D.'ance Music..! can be heard! only on *? t i { A 6. .' ; 'r' +, k HEAR HIS RECORDS AT Grinnell Brot"noers s1 S. MAIN, Scha...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 17

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE RBOR REi L EST TE PROSPE vim; / . .. , OUTI1 Holmes Claims Realty Values Are Stronger In Ann Arbor I L ESTATE MAN STATES 1 APPRECIATE BEAU. by F. Roy Holmes Reators of Ann Arbor are asked almost daily as to their opinion of Real Estate conditions at present, and what they thing of the prospect for the future. . Speaking for .one of them, I believe if there Is any city in the United States in which realt...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 18

…T Ht MICHiIGAN OAILL 7 - r . U U. 3't a*Ut m U -A MU U a-U'U'-U f nU a U.i-K No city in the' United States offers better opportunity thane does Ann Arbor, for the establishment of a beautiful,, pleasin~g and delightful home. No homes, in America offer, greater opportunities than do those of An~n Arbor, for re- 'finied living conditions and at the same time~ ssatisfying incomes. In the Southeast section- of our city, two blocks from t...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 19

…THE MICHIGAN -DAILY PA THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA I Increase Noted In Nationwide PG IIECTProperty Taxes1 __ aT _ rntinued from Page Seventeen) roperties in Ann Arbor. In this yiew Mr. Carr told of the dream as had of making the remark-l eautiful land to the east of Ann' a picture spot in Michigan. eels that Ann Arbor Hills is a; opment that he may leave to the generation as a momument to ife work of city building. Tremmel who is a Michigan i...…

May 25, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 175) • Page Image 20

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAn Ir "for Better ___Vxworn - M. IM 41 , o Ire---"' '' x MAL., O/ Y a TRACT O 0 o Uo 4Ls No S * Use '&Acr .'i- tom - I t = 7 5 r SPA) O ANNuARBOR HILS t *, -OU___ to See 441-F-I for Please do not drive over the newly made roads when, wet. We are allowing the roads-which cost over $15,000--to settle" before "putting on. the gravel. In driving 'out go to our fartherest entrances-those on the Washtenaw Av...…

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