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May 05, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…[ICHIGAN E 1i 7 i L LIB/ Lt va as ." SYAVJ to aAIL. P I --- -- --W-- --- -- --- -- -- . 1I OFFICEBS NOMINATED IN SYMPHONI1C LEAGUE COLLEGE EDUCATION IS ADVANTAGE TO WOMEN DESIRING BUYER'S POSITION Organization In School Of Music Similar To Women's League In University Is TO ELECT THIS MONTH Nominations for officers of the Symphonic league for the year 19'28~ 1929 were made yesterday afternoon at the School of Music by, the nom...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…Y 6, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY arrrrrrmi.+r l r i ca ILVA si FA'vA 2M _5\s Z W sa l */. SELF GOVERNMENT IN COLLEGES COMPARED BY PRESIDENT i SPRING FORMALS AND TEAS FEATURE SOCIETY OF WEEK ANNOUNCE FRESHMAN> PAGENT EHERSA~i ______ DailyB - - - - - - - - - - - - - O RTS 'ulletin of Sportswomens 14N 'r-, -... CONFERENCE 1DELEGATES SYSTEM AT M~ICHIGAN Vl'r~TAi ,r'mIn nmuivr Q FIND MISS NUTTGIVES REPORT Says Campus Needs C...…

May 08, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Filillill C===P 1) /i v-\r E i ROGERS TO ADDRESS PHYSICAL EDUCATION' STUDENTSWEDNESDAY ADMISSION WILL BE EXTENDED TO GENERAL PUBLIC ACCORD.- DING TO ANNOUNCEMENT APPEARED IN DETROIT Calls Kindergarten Instructor One Of Best Teachers Of Physical * Education In America Dr. James Rogers, Director of the National Physical Education Serv- ice, will speak at 8 o'clock next Wed- nesday evening in room 21, Water- man gymnasi...…

May 09, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…Y. MAY 9. 1928. 'TP TJ rT4Tr; AN T)fATLY ,,, F . a.ise.. s. , avans :ry sa<.o ..- -- lI'1 L' 1Vi1' .3-t1Vt'1 V fl!°1a>~.a . I .:.-. -- ..- - * I veY 0 \ ii __ NE W BUILDING HAS OPENING RECEPTION WILL BE, IN* PROGRESS TODAY' i Mrs. Little And Dr. Bell To Receive With Members Of Staff And Atliltic Board DANCE TOBE GIVEN Between the hours of four and six, and eight and ten today the formal opening of the new women's athletic ...…

May 10, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

…AY, MAY 10. 1928. Tt4r. MTCNTr.AN DAILY _.._ _.. -a_.. _____ -- - ._.__..._. *w : VAM M&b'wA iLsr niiiEr CODY flQ[NEW FRIEZE MEMORIAL ORGAN WILL BE DEDICATED BY PALMER CHRISTIAN CHAIRMAN FR NEXT JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY' ELIZABETH WELLMAN EXPLAINS TRADITIONS OF PLAY AND SUMMARIZES WORK ELECT COMMITTEE HEADS Chairman Of Publicity, Music, Dance, And Make-Up Committees To Be Appointed For general chairman of the next Junior Girls' play, Lo...…

May 11, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…1928. THE MICHTGAN DAILY a 1 aL. araa....a aavs as . ......_... a - - rr rrrrrs .... __. -- I ILVAVA 1, ..,...._._ : G'1 + t :.7 -- LIFE1MEMBERSHIP IS OFFERED TO SNIORS Add tion To Tuition Of Women Stu-l dents Counts Toward Member- ship I Leaguea WILL INTERVIEW SENIORS The attention of all senior woment is called to the fact that if life mem- bership pledges in the Women's1 league are paid for by the time of3 graduation they may be h...…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1928. f . , . : . GL CLUB111 SINGPOPENING CONCERT IS TO RESEMBLE GLE LU IL 0111 A TWILIGHT SERVICE, SAYS SINK: ISRCAD A I.--------------------- ------ ! t a 1 X f I R T T By opening the Choral Union ser- this great event will hear the lead-Pl les with a splendid complimentary ing contralto of the Metropolitan Op- concert on Tuesday evening May 15, era Company, an uratorio soprano the sponsors of the May Festiva...…

May 13, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 191 IWWAVAVAM A'0 m -vv-emu- zs r x ., PALM[RFIELD WILL BE SCENE OF ANNUAL FRESHMAN PAGEANT TUESDAY Plcnic Begins At 5:30 O'clock, Pageant fines for absences from rehearsals be- Opens At 7 O'clock, And Pro- ing used to cover food expenses. cession At 8 O'clock Posters Are Displayed. Posters submitted, in the annual TO REHEARSE TOMORROW Freshman pageant poster contest are, now being exhibited in the windows of Lantern n...…

May 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 169) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ILVAVA WAvAl . c.=:x S1-.i zs- :s '1 WOMEN fROM JUNIOR GI DIRECTIONSI ALUMNUS TO SING LAHONE FR PROCESSION IN MAY FESTIVALLET/C COLLEGES MEET HEREen.or:llear CapsAnd Gowns bVAN& IWILL BE HELD TODAY i __. i BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP MORTARBOARD PIC IS OPENED TO MICHIGAN WVOMEN I ONVENTION TODAY GAP BETWEEN JUNIOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WILL BE DISCUSSED REPRESENT 7 SGCIOOLS Delegates Will Consider Problems...…

May 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 170) • Page Image 5

…._.__ * G il A A All ________ I -"'_ --. r w -k __o mvvor n LUNCHEON TO CLOSE ANNUAL CONFERENCE Prof. Frayer Will Speak On univers. ity Life At Meeting This Morn. ing In Barbour Gymnasium SORORITIES ENTERTAIN After a full day of meetings yester- day, the annual Junior college con- ference will come to a close today. Breakfast will be enjoyed at the dif- ferent sorority houses which are en- tertaining delegates, and the first meeting toda...…

May 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 171) • Page Image 5

…T. MAY 17. 132$. THF: MICHIGAN DAILY a.M4Yn. 1( auu 11 1L WT 1Y A DAIL w °/-?S-2sZ r- AV UWAvA 5 ' ANNOUNCE VACNCES FOR EUROPEAN TOUR Group Of American University Women Will Travel Abroad To Promote World Friendsliip IS ENDORSEDBY LITTLE Announcement has just been made that there are four more vacancies in the Open Road tour of Europe which is to be conducted for Michi- gan women this summer by Mary L. Lytle, social director of Bets...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 5

…, MAY 18 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY now ILVA =W' A-'wA Z M 2S _ JUNIOR TEAM PC Students Keep Diary As Part Of Work U I i LnIn Intimaite Writingr Reoorts Binkley FIRST IN CLASS EET Losee Is Highest Individual Scorer; Zauer, Appelt, And Mlclurray Also Are High Scorers SOPHOMORES TAKE SECOND Taking four firsts and tieing for three second places with a score of 36 1-2 points, the juniors won the interclass swimming meet at the Un- ion pool...…

May 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 173) • Page Image 5

…SATTURDAY. MAY 19. 1929. ' ''Aa X , lvx..a A .= -* -.-- 1 i/ AL VA em MISS JOHNSON GIVES IMPRESSIONS OF Officers Selected 13R11 MODEL LEAGUE ASSEMBLY IN LANSING At Recent Meeting $ From AlthMichigan Intercollegiate by Miss Ursula P. Hubbard, state A NNII~TI]A?~ 1 11(1Mohi1 Aseembly of the ILeague of Na- secretary of the League of Nations Os Michigan Dames Profit This Year Is Smaller Wecanse Secenery Was Paid For From Play Receipts...…

May 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 174) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGIE cil lj Sill? vA- ,- 4 WEEK END OF MAY FESTIVAL PROVES GAY TIME IN SOCIETY PRESENT PORGY HERE' Theatre Guid Suecess On Tour Only A Week; Ann Arbor Will Have Two Performances7 OCT. 31 IS PROBABLE DATE "Porgy," New York dramatic suc- cess, is being brough to Ann Arbor by the Michigan Alumnae, and will appear at the Whitney theatre for two performances. Mrs. W. B. Hend- erson, executive secreta...…

May 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 175) • Page Image 5

…' PTJTr WT 4TAN ITrAYL ,qn, t4,20- tK .1. Mpt LJM'J.. ... +1 IL.: IVIJ%..-A AA1 .5i1L .S &iA.. s.-.,.- I jjj l 111117 - - - - -------- A llill WAVAIM a * _..._.. .r- { :A PPOIN T COMMITTEE, CHAIRMEN__ORPLAY I Executive Group Chooses Heads For Music, Costumes, Make-Up, And Publicity TO BEIN PLANS AT ONCE Four committee chairmen of next year's Junior Girls' play have been appointed, according to an announce- ment made yesterday...…

May 23, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 176) • Page Image 5

…?AY, MAY 23, MS. THE MICHIGAN DAILY P ~AY, MAY 23, 1928. P. THE MICHIGAN DAILY G A m \ -, -- ,.---. o o u p - GE[NEVA CO NFERENCE1 ATTRACTS DELEGATES Editor Of World Tomorrow; National Secretary Of Student Council To Be Present1 LEADERS HOLDDISCUSSION The Women's league and several of the student groups of the Ann Arbort churches will send representatives to1 the Geneva conference for women stu- dents. This conference will be held at...…

May 24, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 177) • Page Image 5

…THE-IC fHIGAN ILY PAGE IkVAVAM U MWAWAMM am,,, I a \/ - C..5 0 * OPEN ROAD JOUR TQoFactory Work Gives Varied Experience- rr Aiii omen Sas Cnthia Smith A~:1L U N JULT iJI.J- One of the two representatives from1 was a box factory. Here she discov- ered, as it is a case in many factories, that the women remained a great length of time or a very few weeks. The average salary here was $25. While this seems a reasonable wage for a worki...…

May 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 178) • Page Image 5

…Y, MAY 25, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY P. .. . V V MW AIVA I= vA ME # % "" .. .. -------------------- ------------ -0 all ww A ACTIVITY OF VOCATIONAL COMMITTEE IN PLACING GRADUATES HAS STARTEDI Although it has been planned that advising students who wish to decide the Uniiversity Committee on Voca- on an occupation, even though they tional Counsel. and Placement should may not be ready to enter a profes- uot begin it's active work of pla...…

May 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 179) • Page Image 5

…a.P M W= *C='* -.-DAILY i ,.,;; 1 TTe-- +. W v 1 Ml~iTCT-4TC a fl aTLa..Y,.:,, * .,, /' " r MLVAVAM as I HOUSING RE GLA TLONS, LEAGUE RULES APPLYTSMESSIN LA SME SEIO EPTION IS PLANNED BY VISERS FOR ALL WOM EN STUDENTS WOMEN'S LEAGUE JUDICIARY COUNCIL ACCOMPLISHES MUCH DURING SUCCESSFUL YEAR, CHAIRMAN STATES "Though the Judiciary council of tion, the advisers give the final decis- we stress individual attention." "sgeaJueicasynon...…

May 27, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, VAY 27. 1928 THE MICHTGA:N DAILY PACT P'TVP SUNDAY, MAY 27,11211111 111 111111N1flATLY III III - ----------- 1 : - /yl, 'C..nr ..... 77- f SENIORS T 0 GATHERTAN L B KAS, SOCIETY ----'mts. «Walte r !I mat anid Liss tlE t-I B O WN 'TELLSCOF.VARIED INTEREST ConfckWi'Clsidl'I d lf IN LIFE OF PROSPECTIVE FIRST LADY Kappa Kappa Gamma held its sprin)g -_ =- rolma1<1 l Fiiday e(veninlg. Sp)ring fllowers The life of Lou Henry Ho...…

May 01, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…TH-E NMVUGAN tAW Y 7ARSITY SWIMMERS Gl flNTED MAJOR LETTj' MTlt WL BE FRSTiTENNIS SQUAD SHOWS STRENGTH MEWL YANKEES ADVANCE IN RACE WHEN IN MATCH WITH PURPLE NETMEN LS. LOUIS TROUNCES CLEVELAND TO DaPflhIu ArWAom, liVI TATG AiiUI1 ..:. .. U~ IILULI fL tlf lIUO Jarnail, Wallker, Walaitis, Watsoni, Ailt And Seiger 1tonore By Athileie Board TEAM RECORD HONORED For the first time in the history of the sport at Michigan slx member of the Var...…

May 02, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…r THE MI(I-ITCAN DAILY pw - IDMEN WILL INAUGURATE SPRING' SERIES TOD PAIR Of CONTESTS TO MARK OPENI NGOf ROUND ROBIN TOURNEY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP WOLVEINENINEIT B [ FRESHMEN LACK MAINTAINS FIRST 1 IUJ) PROMERSW I IN BIGTEN RACE IWEIGHT EVENTS (x AME iillS WEi III HRLLEJ PABPDOCK With the Varsity meet now pas t Fridayf' rl-history, Saturday's telegraphic cla,;h Saturday i,1 O rme Scech Sprint Chainpioi Ics with the Ohio State freshmen loom...…

May 03, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…'THE MTHICAN DAILY OLVEINES WILL OPEN EASTERV SERIES T -AV k i 1'l' 1 l D fDlfQ[ ioht Br Ten Pall MANAGER P'ECKINPAUGH AND FIVE OF THE CLEVELAND unners Complete. R imrr.L1 uu .i. r\m 11 i- ' 1. - IIIfi L tr .. 1I L1 Teams To Play In COLGATE INOENN WeekEnd Contests Conference b~aseball teams were enjoying another1 day of rest today G-,A ME AT H MILTON (prior to the hieavy scheduleofam Ifrthe week end. Five games are on. COPRIIIJEN4 ...…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

…THE MidHIGAN IYAILY D )LVERINENETMENOVERWHELM SPARTAN SQUAD, i. V, "Ni 1? 9 1 LA ICHIGA NET TEAM MAKES CLEAN SWEEP To DUPLICATE LAST YEAR'S PERFORMANCEl FRESHMAN TRACK f(p ] [j| T(AM GOLFERS TO MEET Y TEAM IS ORDINARY YELIU ILL ILI PURDUE SATURDAYVAi S-I lIN ' TOIEILIGE jLUUJ1UL Coach Hoyt of the Lireshman track 'Q 'Tfl DE[[H ih daily drills being held on teiG RS AT c :LOST SEERV n =j IN FRST DAL EETO OIITQOOR SEASON team stated that these...…

May 05, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

… CHIGAN TEAMS VIICHIGAN DAILY SLA TED FOR AC Ol 1 'J WOLVERINE TOVIE WITBlUCKEYE TEAM H[Ilhigan Will Attempt To Keep CleanIn Sate Of Wins Against Bucks In luDal feet CLOSE SCORE IS EXPECTED (Special to The Tialy) COLU1MUS, May 4.-Ranked on ev- en terms for the first tim- in their ex- tensive dual meet history, the Michi- gan and Ohio State track teams will renew their annual rivalry at 1:30 to- morrow afternoon in the giant Buck- eye stad...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…f THE MRl.H OAN U 1LY SUJNDAY, ------------- MICHIGAN GOLFER S OVERWHELM PURDUE, 153 VARSITY SHOWS PROMISE IN INITIAL MEET; HIGH WINO MAKES LOW.SCORING IfFICULT IBergeliii And (Captain('onors And (Coop flalv MICHIGAN WINS DOUBLES Playing in <, most impossible wea- ther conditions the Michigan golf I eam turned hack Purdue, 15-3, yes- ferday, at Barton Hills. In the morn- ing singes rounds John Argolin,. playing nunher one for M...…

May 08, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…HE Ml-HIGA. IDATLY ESHMIVEN 0 THE MI~HTGAN DAILY TRACK SQUAD DEFEATS OHIO Y EA LINVG IWO MILE HUCPIN I AGRGM! IN TELEGRAPIR 1C MEET' show 11e01 In Thiashe And Longr Runs Tq D~efeatJBuckeye Yearlings 73 1.3 to 61 2-3 Saturday TOLAN SCORES 10 POINTS 1, BIG LEAGUE STANDINGS A metricaiin League W L/ SPORTS &CALEND)AR C olf-N+ rt1 t;vstern. therYe. iyaseb)a 1-Iowa, thewe. Sat lrlkI y Raseball-Illinois, there. Track-Minnesota, lhere. ...…

May 09, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…THE MCHIGAN DATLY w UzESsnA , MA y . VARSITY TRACKMEN PREPARE F-OR MINNESOTA ME1T ~LLB [ N~ KO [AMERICAN TENNIS CHAMPION WI L IHRSIR wtBE0! 0 IPLAY IN EUROPEAN TERME s MEET OF TH[E SESON' RETAINS DIAMOND LEAD i~i*l~gal FeshFro Wn (h ci Ohio Should le A ble*'ITo hipw (,Mp er InvaionS TEAM IS IT BY INJURIES Victorious over Ohio State by an unexpected margin in their first out- door dual meet, Coach Steve Farrell's trackmen have turned the...…

May 10, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…THEMICHICAN DAILY TRTJRS A'7, .... BASEBALL HAWKEYES AND ILLINI tICHI(GAN BA TO, OPPSI MICIGAN'Oosterbaan . TO OPPOSE MICHMcAfee...... Lange ...... Three Games Scheduled for Friday Corri.en . Mor . ... And Saturday Wil Determihw Sioage ....... Title Prospeefs McCoy...... it ~Weintraub.. FOUR PITCHERS INCLUDED Iieician ... IINebelung TEAM WILL DEPART FOR I0WA I AB .....21 ...17 . ...17 ... 19 14 18 ....19 .,...2Q ... 05 .. . 1 AVERAGE...…

May 11, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…THE MIHTCAN DAILY ICHIGAN WILL FACE Interscholastic TEST IN HAWKEYEASH AWKFVF ST AR 1 WL ENCUN es TO Nv uE IuWA CITY T A Track And Field Meet To Start Today TFP Game Should Be Most fmonit Tilt Of Yar; lowa Victory Would Cause First Place Tie ILL 1 M'A E= MAY P h Coach Ray Fishers undefeated Wol- verines will meet a revengeful Iowa nine, spurred on by what they belev- ed to be an unjust defeat suffered at the bands of Michigan ea...…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…______ TTHE MIHtIGAN DAILY SATU PDAY, MA Y12, SEALL AND TENNIS TEAMS WILL ISHERMEN LL PLAY DOUDLEHEADER ATIllinj' Defeat Brckcyes' Fo ENAmPAIT TMEN TO PERFORM AT, HOMi RHEA IS GOPHER GREY, OGDEN AID Contests will arve lmrtirnt ear. ttin OConiae, wi . HOPE IN SPRINTSG ST. LOUIS OUTFIT ing On Outcome Of Conference T i 31 'en Singles Title ilcads N (,Itaripiton lit 1Mace '.ell-lBalaiee~d squall A~ ~ it1 IEIt iu ~ SPLIT SERIES LAST SEASONI THIRD...…

May 13, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DATLY , ILLINOIS TENNIS TEAM WIA TS IN EASY VICTORY, 72 I. Football Candidates Look For Rinehart, Display Fine Talent' Indiana Javelin Ace, MATCH Of THIS YEAR y hWIN SCHOLASTIC MEET ToWin First Places LEADS HURDLERS IN GOPHER MEET: FIRST GAME[DW RAISE IJdh .U01 FU NDS FOR OLYMPICS Pla~yers 4 haie tOfJPaiy Illinois (C-ipture. IN inc Mttre As TIeamn Fiotii Se ell Of P~lay ed GRAHlAM TAKES SINGLES Taking five out of ...…

May 15, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 169) • Page Image 6

… ILLINOIS AND BA! SIDELIGHTSON THE BALL GAMES tH N GOPER Gunlach across to give the lilinia a [ lead. The next man rolled an easy one and the Wolves got out of a bad rk.. Team Is Faced4 With Necesity hole when Shaw vlifted a, fly to Mc Afe oi iimproving Form Before for the third out. " The rest of the game was casy for liinoi Meet Fred, Illinois only getting one hit in the last three frames. HARRY GILL'S TEAM NEXT Stewart, ranked as a pre...…

May 16, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 170) • Page Image 6

…THE MWIHIGAN DATLY II MET-MEN 1 II TO MEET . ,:: ,ji ' . .i r, " 4f..,,,. H ERE To..Al F INVADING TEAM HOLDS VITORY OVER INDAN O-'I e r i n e s 3 ,3y S h i f t L i nu p T o C o p e With Strong Ohio State Tennis Teals WON LAST 'YEAR'S MATCH Victors over Illinois, the strong Ohio State tennis team will invade the Ferry filcid courts this afternoon to ir.,et Coach hutchins Varsity net- men in their fourth dual match of the season. Play ...…

May 17, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 171) • Page Image 6

…THE Ml HTr:ANI "TATT V -W rw a y- llT~AN. TIYATT - fTTT lAVCa.. /*~ *tL .L **L 1 .. "^'.a*Aw./.,K.&JS+-,ASA. * =.,x. l:)6c rrr BALL f TEAM TO LEAVE TONIGHT FOR TWO GAME TRIP PURPLE AND BADGERS WILL MEET MICHIGAfl ILLINOIS TRACKMEJ IN WEIGHT EVEP Editor'sNote This is the sec- ond of a series of articles appear- ing in ThoDaily comparing the relative strength of the Michigan and Illinois Track teams. Rain Forces Squad To Indulge In. O...…

May 18, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 172) • Page Image 6

…___________ ______TMI MtGCAN GAILY ARSITY TEAMS LEAVE FOR CONFERENCE CONTESTS WILDCATS TO 0PPOSE Cellar Occup ants Will Try To End Run Of Nine Straight Defeats Against Michigan Team FRED ASBECKWILL PITCH PROBABLE LINE UPS Michigan Northwestern Nebeltung, ef Jacobs, cf Loos, ss Welsh, If Lange, rf Kadison, 2b Corriden, 2b Johnsos, ss Oosterbaan, lb Palmer, rf Weintraub, 3b Foster, c McCoy, If Holleb, lb Reichman, c Izard, 3b Asbeck, p Mc...…

May 19, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 173) • Page Image 6

…" T14E MIC141CAN DAILY "-- . SATURDAY, MAY 19, aTI4F. MVa -+IrTCAN fl. Y -YSATURDAYMAY .. TEAMS TO MEET I I 3ADGERS BIG TEN HAS SIX BALL GAMES ON SCHEDULE TODA Y TRACK MEET PREDICTIONS Feeling that they should make an effort to really get in bad before the school year ends, the reditors of this page have prepared the follow- ing predictions en the Illinois-'Michigan track meet based on past form shown. They have attempted to submerge...…

May 20, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

…ol THE Ml(-"*HTGAN OATLY r- V SUNDAY, MAY 20, TT-T4U 111 \.. TC 11VrAT \SUNDAY . MAY ar. . .,... t ,, t, REIGH CU T WIS 54 FAVORITE ROMPS TOFreshmanTrack ICTORY IN STRETCHLEADS FIELD IN YESTERDAY'S 1iIsstep, Que Lengil, rack, Iinitiihes R ACE CLASSIC AT LOUISVILLE second With 'l'oo 'Traiimr___________ -___ In Third f Iace LARGEST DERBY FIELD ITH men ANNOAL Triumph JcNTUC Over Ilin Y DERB V, ft Yearlings J (By Associated Press)...…

May 22, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

…r'THE MICHCAN DAILY -__ _TUESDAY, MAY 22, 192 AEFESWL ME I TATE NINE TODAY $. N MIHALSAR DTgEVERY BIG TEN BALLG RODSKY PLACES ACEURBANA YEARLING TRACK TP, TEAMTFM ON WEEKS CARD Of 424 Who Will Receive Track Awvards harper (left) and O'Farrell John J. McGraw, manager of the New York Giants, surprised the baseball enthusiasts throughout the country recently when he announced the trade of George Harper (left), for Bob O'Farrell catcher and fo...…

May 23, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

…r THE MICHTGAN DAILY rOLF TEAM PLA YS OHIO STATE A-T COLUMBUS TODAY ml TENSUREALEADS TIGERS IN DOPING THE BIG TEN "TRACK MEET, -IBATTING. AVERAGE _______________ - ----- -----~By IHerbert IVedder 11n % ls %%lit o e Undy ling.ft illin 1)1 ea in 1,Ii55 (onslstenily, In the BE D T R IE *r' I Si PINTS Tiniuui. evenit 1Martin may heInshow~ing the " L OFI x neh in IoN a d is_11a effec(ts 01 his eariilier ile, it bshould ILLNESS SLW VD IT rMI...…

May 24, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 177) • Page Image 6

…'"TGIF Ml(RATC=AN IATTYHT~A.MY2.12g ...aa **&a ~*.ARa. THURSDAY, MAY 24X x'9218. 1 1 lL 1Y11 .i1 11 1t-11 \ LL-11L 1 v . OLF, TENNIS TEAMS START BIG TEN MEETS TODAY OL RHS 'GATHER FOR I11 TEN TOURNAMENT lehigan Veterans, Connor, Bergeilln Vys(,.and Cole Hale Yet To Be Defeated OLSTAD DEFENDS TITLE Golfers from all Big Ten schools [th the exception of Iowa will begin e quest for the 1928 Conference ti- e over the difficult Scioto co...…

May 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 178) • Page Image 6

…r THE MICHTCAN DAILY - FR~IDAYl .AY LACK STARS A SSEMBLE F eER JUG, JLLINI TEAM FAVORED To RETAIN ronrrnraiir rTrTI r nuirn reu in inai BIG TEN TRACK STAR S TOVrc4~RI f:1'v 5... $86d ?n. . Rtecords Of Longh Staml ing E hiin geredl It Vonrferece Athleles In Ques;t Of Bit- Teti Ti'aek Laulrels WOLNERNES GIVEN BOOST Evanston will 1)e the mecca for somie 325 Pig Ten" track and field sitars, including a score or more 01- ymipic prospects...…

May 26, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 179) • Page Image 6

…0 ?HE ,MeHITCAN flATLY BALL TEAM HAS BA TTING A VERA GE OF 3 A ; e rIla n n. ....A L e a d s I te g u l a r s 1 1 -1 0 1 . 4 8 9 Fecentage; Asbeek. McAfee Hare .500 Anti .VA RNER 18_HITS, OFF 01110 ith one more Conference game .re- ning on the schedule, Coach Ray er's Wolverines are hitting for a average. 1n the 13-09 slugging with Ohio State last Tuesday the higan batters" garnered 18,bilts hree Buckeye pitchers, material- nereasing...…

May 27, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…PAGE si THE MCHIGAN DAILY SUN'DAY, MAY 27, 1'.23. SURVEY BY DEAN'S O1FFICE REVEALS SOME IMPROVEMEINT IN HOUSING CONDITIONS HERE'L Rooming conditions in Ann Arbor live in approved rooming houses, 1,- have Improved somewhat during the 914 in fraternities, while 1,463 live in past year, according to a recent sur- upoe osso t!oe h vey!au reortmae b Frd B Waraverage cost of men's rooms is ap- vey nd epot mde y Fed . Whri proximnately $4.86 for si...…

May 01, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…rITHE MICHIGAN DAILY k_ s ALAN J. 7CIATED )PRE5S, SPORTS EDITC*L) C hisory Mats nto Ileave tinlthMe fils at Autwerp it 1920 -with ~*posterity a record of five Olyin-a single toss. tle waSssco nd int yc-and points scored for Untcle194 Sa i eer oe f l~imTraffic poli~ the dignity or his nlaynhavky in 1908. lMctrath, Ihen a. 1V'« hckits 198,Mc~ath 1 Zel ;lifted him high in the, police' depart- ,Oi~cC, won secondl place ill the. in- mtent, drif...…

May 02, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

….,THE MICHIGAN DAILY: fiUTH BETS NUME RUN G LTEN MEDL F LIM INIIIUN I OIIINLY' AS YANKS WNAGAIN .fPANNED FOR TEAMS CLASSIFIE Advertisitg LET'S (GO CANOEING RT T S.I;.L, deen:11Iecouple.1 TYPE'NWRITERS-S)ales and Service. cE, PNSI BLE, dependabl~erst 1) A 1I makes, larrge and portable. 111i1r n, 1 uld i e( OcC PY 11111: t(l~i t. s o):. 1('rete , repaired. Oul'r rn 1i i r il I guaranteid. it Brongr 10inlteresC~ted !it keep- 17 Arcc,. tit ]lc...…

May 03, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 159) • Page Image 7

…STATE NETIN TODLY VairPl"Hy, ictfi Over Nortliweslcr11, x , avo red To D)efeait SpartalI Telinis Tea'ni rTHEMICHIGANDAILY _____________ FOLLOWING ARCHIE'S FOOTSTEPS'[ ffl [ ILLINOIS DEFEATS BADGERS UHIHI!IiIUWHILE INDIANA TRIMS IOWNA CU~ALZQ FIISHE UNON ACEINSPRING PRACTICE GAMES q t t oO '\t .t~ ~ ~ i't , Iai W ani W nixr1 playing between qarters9 of the "In- k db ~ mps CC - !r~d °v iry M,11 ave C ( I I Ck el 1eii I e ~ id Tea,, IwIa treiigt...…

May 04, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 160) • Page Image 7

…THE MTCHICAN DALY WISCONSIN OTBLL A BY OHIO STATE TEAlI Jul L ANDI S MAKES PLEA FOR MORE PUBLICPLAYGROUND SPACE (By Associated Press) EXI ECT MISS WILLS(i C L 8Eso as LOS p SPLAYNEXW CLOES AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT P I BUCKEYE 114T TEAM ADMTMSTYRS 0 DEFEAT TO THE CARDINALS A MONTREAL.-Lack of playground places around the town for this pur- space in mo1t aLrge cities, which pose. You can get today for dollars forces youngsters to play ...…

May 05, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 161) • Page Image 7

…DAILY WIACTTACSBTEWLIEMN IHFUC"Y TA F~S~DIF BY[A1 ~ !AS'1LrrL~uALEo~T%1SPIN GIP DRILLS UNCO VER MAN Y I WOLVERINES TOVLAIIi Al flII. ilhll I [U n"M 1tfl Al tift n-',i(Seilt l~til) ,lConin ud from Pae Six)h fl F rnurr r'ni r gj 11 'Pers 'urnt in Six'iIx 1 M LEAGUiIE STANIINGS American League slfugf ifollier N; HidlInnd iiua ch.yden stalge Pitching ieI PIRATES UPSET BRAVES Western clubs in the American lea- gue fared hadlly in the first d...…

May 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 162) • Page Image 7

…'®THE MICHIGAN DAILY ILLINI AND BUCKEYES WUEPYEL TAKES IT 5 SONBLANKED' TOML VN ARE WINNERS IN GRID' BY NE W YORlK YANKS CONFERENCE SPORT DOPE Iuous week end trip, to be followed by an invasion of Northwestern, Monlday :f:iloreo, at, Evanston. PRACTICE YESTERDA Y 'I{)A, N!) "INDIANA" 10SF- I GIISTERT SCORES FIRST'~ 4:: ii wler And Atvery Star I Attack Of (Calpo's 1'01110 statie" Coach (leorge Veenker's veteran. "llinois" team trIuirT4Jhed...…

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