Search Results

Search Constraints

Search Results

May 01, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLSHD 1890 I 'I V KAIf 4ailii MMEASSOCIATM PRESS VOL. XLIL No. 151. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1932 WEATHER: Mostly cloudy, cooler. . PRICE FIVE CENTS TEACHESPREDICT MORE INTERESTIN HIGHSCHOOL WORK[ Philip E. Bursley and Raleigh Schorling Speak Before Visiting Educators. 3,000 ATTEND SESSIONS Ann Arbor High Seniors Give 'The Swan' by Ferenc Molnar. Ann Arbor's population was de-! creased to the extent of almost ...…

May 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…f 41Zr VOL. XLII. No. 152. EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESryAY, MAY 3, 1932 WEATHER: Partly cloudy; sower s. PRICE FIVE CV] T10 } }. , l 4 Fraternities Fight Ruin; Will Protest Rushing Rules CAMPBELL PRAISES WILDE, AUTHOR OF PLAY PRODUCTION'S OFFERING ences have sufficient background so that they could understand the humor of the play, and so decided to bring the well known author here for a lecture tour with the ,hope that he ...…

May 04, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…8LISH 'it_ itv I6 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS c . wommommumm VOL. XLII. No. 153. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1932 WEATHER: Mostly cloudy. PRICE FIVE CEN' - ... r v ..._ MICHI6AN TIES SPAT6AN IN INNING BATTLE Darkness Ends Contest With Teams Tied 'COLLEGE TUMOR' APPEARS TODAY AS MAY EDITION OF GARGOYLE WIT [IlIIILILd LJLIK nrminr am r na r RUSSEL LEC TURER Senior Swingout, Gargoyle's "College Tumor" issue...…

May 05, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…ESTBLISHED 1890 r 4u 4' I MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XLII No. 154. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1932 WEATHER: Mostly cloudy, PRICE FIVE CENTE 1,000 ASSEMBLE FO'R GRADUATING CLASSi SWINGOUT AS SENIORS SWUNG AROUND THE CAMPUS MICHIGAN DEFEA9TS' TOKID NINE, 13-9,I 'IN SLIPSHOD GAMEI Wolverines Use Four Pitchers; Eight Errors Marked Up to Each Team. Traditional CeremonyI Opens Graduation Exercises. TRAVERS LASTS ...…

May 06, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 p it 4 m4ll IMEMBER ASSOCIATED' PRESS VOL. XLIL No. 155. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932 WEATHER: Rain, Thundershowers PRICE FIVE CENTS . .... ....... . fR E ITIES rp RO RUSHI G PL 1 * * * * * * * Alumni Will Arrive Today For Annual Spring Homecoming MANY SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTS TO FEATURE THREE DAY PROGAM Visitors Will Attend Traditional Class Events; New Press Building...…

May 07, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 '1 it ja atl VOL. XLII. No. 156. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1932 WEATHER: Showers. PRICE FIVE CENlT FRE CH PRESIDE T 0 E OF SHOT BY FANATIC, SHTB DOUMER EXPIRES 12 HORS LATER Transfusions of Blood Fail to Save Life of Aged Statesman.i ASSASSIN SEIZED FRENCH MARTYR Russian Doctor Grilled by Police; Lynching Attempts Fail. PARIS, May 7. (Saturday)- ()-President Paul Doumer of France died this...…

May 08, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…)ESTABLISHED 18 90 . 'I V fIC at7 1EMBI ASOCIA ER k LED mmmmwwu VOL. VLII. No. 157. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1932 WEATIIHER: Cloudy, unsettled. PRICE FIVE CENTS VARSIJY THACKMEN Burgoo King Runs to Derby Victory W~IN FROM7ILLINOIS IN 77 5 CONTEST, . ... .. .... Hellmich Beats Renwick in 220 Yard Dash; Egleston, Carson Win. 1500 FANS VIEW MEET Maize and Blue Take 10 of Firsts; Illini Are Strong in Field...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…TABLISHED 1 890 I Jr r 4 710 ,4 .r MEMBER ASSOCIATED i4 f I' 3- I PRESS I VOL. XLIL No. 158. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy, local rains. PRICE FIVE CENTS . ' - -- '-________________________ LE BRUN H AS C LE AR FIELD IN FRANCE'S PRESIDENTIAL RACE Painleve's Withdrawal Clarifies Situation; Deemed Fitting by Senate.: TARDIEU WILL RESIGN Premier's Cabinet May Remain in Office Until New Cha...…

May 11, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…I ESTABLISHED 9 Jr w q~rn 4.tU33 x . t'- C MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XLIL No. 159. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy, probably rain PRICE FIVE CENTS NAME FRATERNITY HEAD IN RECTION RUTH VEN BUYS FIRST TAG IN SALE Names of Nominees Withheld by Judiciary Committee to Suppress Politics. WILL CONSIDER RUSHING Plan Proposed Last Thursday Will Be Put Before Body for Consideration. - Representa...…

May 12, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 i e Z r ttt MEMBI ASSOC' PRES: ,ER TED 6--;R )L. XLII. No. 160. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy, possibly rain PRICE FIVE 0 4 PRESIDENTS VETO OF TARIFF UPHELD BY HOUSE BA9LT 'DARK HORSE' BRUENING UPHOLDSI GERMAN INABILITYI TO PAY WAR DEBTI I Entangling' Hoover Denounces Agreements Among Nations at Present Time. ROLL CALL VOTE ASKED Representatives Not Surprised at Ex...…

May 13, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…'V 4 4bo U .l t +JSI:r MEMBR ASSOCIATED. RESS. I - - - - --------- SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy, possibly rain PRICE FIVE CENTS ...r i i ; . ii - -.W Q D Ll DBERmm"""'GH B F,. ,,. yl r)i:i A ', F.; DE D RHO E I TRHIBUTE IS PAID TO Dr.CANFIELD, 11AKILLED IN CRA9SH High Praise Given to Leading Head and Throat Expert. HAD WORLD FAME Dies Instantlv When Car Runs off Road East of City...…

May 14, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 j. t q rtan . ti ;I# MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XLII. No. 162. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1932 WEATHER: Partly cloudy, Warmer. PRICE FIVE CENTS -. - _________________________ OHIO STATE BEATS ICHIGAN NINE, 8-4 IN TENSESTRUGGLE Steady Pitching and Hitting of Wrigley, State Pitcher, Wins for Buckeyes. TO PLAY AGAIN TODAY Wolverines Tie Score in Last Half of Eighth Inning But Visitors Take...…

May 15, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHE 1890 D I 'I t A60 xi i. MEMBER AssocTATED PRESS VOL. XLII. No. 163. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1932 WEATHER: Generally fair PRICE FIVE CENTS BALL 'TEAMV EVENS SERIES WITH OHlO BY 7 TO 5VICTORY Wistert Pitches Brilliant Relief Game, Striking Out Nine in Six Innings. SCORE FIVE RUNS IN 7TH Michigan Overcomes Four-Run Lead to Conquer Buckeyfes; Manuel Slams Triple. By Roland Goodman. With "Whitey" Wister...…

May 17, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLUSHED 1890 r '"V it qan '4 aflr MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS .......... . VOL. XLII. No. 164. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1932 WEATHER: Partly cloudy to fair. PRICE FIVE CENTS ..__.... _ ...m.... . -- -.-.... .. . _ - _ .__ ._ SM ITH P QO Aged Capt.aRobert Dollar fs;Dead; ;ES S~iI PRVS Called 'Grand Old Man of Pacific' A COUHNCIL AP !ROVES e 11 'I'F l , SLAIN PREMIEA L SAN RAFAEL, Calif., May 16. - (AP) ...…

May 18, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 (Y zut]C t 460 :411 at I MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS i .'M .. 1 I I I VOL. XLII. No. 165. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, May 18, 1932. WEATHER: Fair today; Warmer. PRICE IVE CENTS CURTIS ADMITS FN CONTACT WITH KIDNAPERS ROOSEVELT'S SON CAMPAIGNS FRATERNITY GROUP' WILL TAKE VOTE ON RUSH ING PLAN Interfraternity Council to Pass on Proposed Rushing System Tonight. WILL BE SECOND VOTE Faculty, Alumni Me...…

May 19, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…300 ESTABIUSHED 1890 4rr iCJ f Wig, 411 lop 'W "Of oftaturAbo MEMBER ASSOCIATED PR.S '7 XLII, No. 166. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1932. WEATHER: Generally fair; warmer PRICE FIVE CENTS ._._ .._ _ ..____v- --- - t .. _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _____._____ IN KIDNAP HOAX1 AS~AILSALLIE Scores Dobson-Peacock for Encouraging Him in Fake Hunt. WAIVESHEARING Norfolk 'Intermediary' Charges Accomplice SoughtPublicity. 1...…

May 20, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…it t a VOL. XLII, No. 167. FIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932. :471 a tr 14*0 I1 I MEMBER ASSOCIa r WEATHER: Cloudy; Showers, PRICE FIVE ___- * - - .r~-. p REVENUE BILL HELD SUP WHILE SENATE DEBATES ON TlRFF Storm Breaks Over Oil Import Tax; Prominent Men Linked in Lobb'ing Charges.' BUDGET WORK DELAYED of Indefinite Hold-up in Tax Measure Is Used as ,r. Albert A. Stanley. Club by Both Sides, WASHINGTON, May 19...…

May 21, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 - . r -a, a A 4 x t1 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRES . I ===a VOL. XLII, No. 168. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932. WEATHER: Cloudy, possibly ,howers PRICE FIVE CENTS _____ - -- - - --- - - -~ THOMAS TO SING AT MAY FESTIVAL H~~IS AFTRNO Will Present Rimskyr- Korsakoff Opera Tonight. VARIED PROGRAM Gigli and Hager Sing in Third, Fourth Concerts. An imposing group of vocal .artists will be featured in ...…

May 22, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 'I Akio t -w t1 /' &f' ASSOCIATED PRESS _ _ VOL. XLII, No. 169. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1932. WEATHER: Generally fair; warmer PRICE FIVE CENTS _._... .. .. .-.-. ICAddookkk IG 'THERE'S ALWAYS JULIET' OPENS DRAMA SEOASN HERE TOMORROW1 MNISS HEMI NBLESTER VAIL STAR Distinguished Audience to See First Night Performance. CURTAIN AT 8:15 Heavy Sale of Tickets Indicates Capacity Audience. A dis...…

May 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…I1ESTABSHED 190 I AL -Ar 2UT . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ---- - -- -4-mms"amma .......... ...... - ------- ---- ... . . .......... VOL. XLII, No. 170. HEMING 1VIL AY DBFR ULHOUSE TU RNA Special Spotlight Effect Used to Advantage by Scenic Designer. ART EXHIBIT IS SHOWN Oil Paintings, Batiks, Drawings and Prints Featured by Local Artists. "There's Always Juliet," starring Violet Heming and Lester- Vail, opened this year's Dramatic Festi-]...…

May 25, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…--- - I .-dommi. Noww"I'd Ad. ESTABLISHED 1890 ICr tr 4 ~All I I i MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XLII, No. 171. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1932. WEATHER: Cloudy. PRICE FIVE CENTS EXPORT DEBENTURE IPLA IS IJECTED FTE R LONG FIGHT Election Contests Against CoyleI and Difney Disallowed c by Lower Group.f AMEND REVENUE BILLt New Senate Test on Prohibition1 Promised as Resolution C by Bingham Appears. WASHINGTON, May...…

May 26, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 16'0 Jr K0iIf *ll ASCIATED . VOL. XLII, No. 172. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1932. WEATHER: Thunders torms; cooler. PRICE FIVE CENTS _._..__ _ . . . -. .,,-.a . 2 HONOR CUARDS CUOSEN BY SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENTS Each College to Be Represented by Chosen Group Bearing College Colors. HOLD PRACTICE TODAY Faculties, Regents, Candidates for Honorary Degrees Will March. The seniors chosen by their re- s...…

May 27, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 I r t 4a i , f t MEMOE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. XLII, No. 173. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1932 WEATHER: Rain and Cooler. PRICE FIVE CENTS PATRICIA COLLINGE TO APPEAR TONIGHT IN SHAW'SCOMEDY 'Candida' Will Be Her Vehicle in Second Production of Drama Season. J GRAHAM WILL DANCE "There's Always Juliet' Closes1 With Matinee and Evening ShowsSaturday. Opening the second production of the 1932 Dramatic s...…

May 28, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…W.V Ait I aii1 IMEMBER IASSOCIATED I PRS VOL. XLII, No. 174. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1932 WEATHER: Cloudy; Cooler. PRICE FIVE CENTS TS P s.dffidmmklk Fl CULT S Li rAMMWAXON I R CUTS Hoover Hits Garner's Relief Bill,1 Calling It 'Gigantic Pork Barrel' Late Permission Is Granted; Stub Holders May Still Obtain Favors. Close to 300 couples danced last night from 10 until 3 o'clock at the Union in the Senio...…

May 29, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…ESTABLISHED 1890 '1 V A o -fIt Kt W 4~Aii MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS I VOL. XII, No. 175. SIX PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1932 WEATHER: Generally Fair and Warmer. PRICE FIVE CENTS _______________ - - ~ ~ .r 4.rV.~ - -~-,- GARNER CRITICIZES HOOVER'S ATTACK ON SALES TAX BILL BATTLES WALKER Speaker Asserts Bill Is No Pork Barrel' Than More Is Finance Corporation. EXPECTED OPPOSITION Capital Thinks Chief Executive...…

May 01, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

…TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1932 == - ___________________________________ ___ . ..;, , ALERA AGAIN DL Abolishing Oath to King Passes Second Hearing; Opposition Strong. JIN, Irish Pxee State, April; (P)--President Earnon de Val- bill to abolish the oath of ;iance to King George was' ly over what has ,been consid- its most formidLable hurdle. y. aging abitter battl& in the dail nn Friday night, th e president his Fianna Fall and Lab...…

May 03, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

… __________THE MICHIGAN DAILY ______ TUESDAY, MAY 3,1932 g - o ... . EI Ckle R': yyo 'a .7aa, . ute 3 tiff' n :'; Ofliio!a . il T in g,."- a ..., w2oI l~shreTurs- a 1"Hi e learned about women; 11from1 ri H l onI"Perio a vCiig.u- her,' 'trauslated into Span t .1 would to. tIIve h ewilrckI t adequately describe ethrof the thichapJ f LhTL_. u 1 o ;"hat two playlets to be presented by La"sTe.;py"Tieelcue r Sociedad Hispanica at 3.15 o'clock...…

May 04, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY MADDY INVENTS NEW TYPE VIOLIN; WILL REPLACE OLD INSTRUMENTS By Jerry E. Rosenthal Interlochen, the National High A revolution in violin manu- School orchestras' summer camp, facturing has been perfected by has been interested in metal string Prof. Joseph E. Maddy, of the instruments for the past four years. School of Music and Carnegie Wishing to seek a good metal sub foundation fellow for the further- g an...…

May 05, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…HE M ICHILA 1N D A I LY TaitRnAY, IV' Y. 1932 y !1 f k G 1 G t Y yC l 1 1 1800 IL~L ATTE Bi REUN F ALUM (Cantinued from Page 1) In the evening the Varsity band will give a concert in front of the Library. This concert will be fol lowed by an Alumni dance at theS League to which admission will be free for Alumni and their guests. The baccalaureate address is to be given on Sunday morning in Hill auditorium and on Monday morn- ing will be held...…

May 06, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 155) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE IVII HIGAN DAILY 4 _.__. .____.._.__e._ THE MICHIGAN DAILY - - --*~--*~--, - -~-------~-------.-~-- _________ __ 0000 STC PLT Police Seize $2,000,000 Worth of Faked E. I. Dupont GANGSTER LEAVES FOR ATLANTA P ~son go Captain cabbard and Blade' Oscar T. Perlinson, '32E, was elected captaint ofi Scabbard and tsade for the coming year at a t ong ,,,-the honorary military ety. ie succeeds W. J. Bird, Ocr ofliiers elected were W...…

May 07, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…- -'- - -- Augmented by new materials from 1year, giving students in dramatics' Maa ndasworkloe te p ng awithkxnHnen, Conn.,Yal Iactual experience in the varied Mywodasworeeopdth ipnga ekin tiiNew heYCoe., Selucia and from Sephoris in Pales- {ciiiso lypoutoi a most elaborate civilization in the lw schol faclty ulQfl statitical ' ~~~~~~~~tine, the exhibition of antiquities'Neactivitierso th ooinplaydtaproductionte itera hasts frc Seuci-ontheTi...…

May 08, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY RTTIMA V A A V A 7 IR9 ___h____________-___________________ JL, .L vLJd.L . L4 M7#J T h ~ A ~f' 0 i+4') ------ I I4I9k1G WET CLUB IVEN R ECOGNITIN en of Students Gives Official1 Sanction to Crusaders' Organization. CHICAGO, Ill., May 3.-A batal- n of the Crusaders has been warded recognition as a University Chicago campus organization by le Dean of Students, following a >nference between Jerome Jontry, udent, and Dean W...…

May 10, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY - _ __ _ Wins, Coveted Award fUO~llIT~~ll ANCIENT GREEK CITY OF SOKNOPAIOU rr~wIR1,'V'~ESOS DISCUSSED BY BOAK AT CAIRO sr y-The history of the city of Sokno- is in a better state of preser 'ation Ladies mo ta^ixcnuisfrmcvtr wsasmwatdmgdI Leadher s - .ApaL ,iou Nesos in Greek or Dime, coy- Among the surface finds of the ex- I Lspt M r i_.'. rI F¢atiii ctLhe third century B.C. until three Iinscription recording the dedica-2...…

May 11, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DNEgDA.Y, Y rt 1, 1932 I38NS HLD ~Ri TO CO IN SAYUANKERSL9 anding Gold Bonds Secure Nation to Standard, Is Belief. THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEflNE~DAY MAY 11 1q~2 __________________________________ .~------..-.-----, ----- --a r French Party Head LT UIMETR Subst itute Concentration Fields for Major, Minor, System. GRE~AT BRITAIN CITED Debtors' Load May Be Increased Rather Than Decreased by Inflation., By Claude A. Jagge...…

May 12, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

…THE MCH-ICAN DAILY THURSDAY. MAY 12. 1 Ali I COMEDY CLUB REVIEWS FORTY YEARS DRAMATIC ~I D, N I ATACHIEVEMENT WITH MEET THE PRINCE' OPENING Plans Are Completed for Architects' Ball (Continued from Page 1h on salty at the Union, where they 0iEi I CATES STTIJ FQdiEST kio w Suddenly Ends Situation 4hich Threatened, Peace of Eltire World. HOLD ARMY READY TO Calls on Other Leadi qg Powers to Enforce Terms of New Truce. TOKIO, May 11.-(AP...…

May 13, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 (By The Associated Press) Today's developments answered a question that had puzzled the nation since Tuesday night, March l-"Is the Lindbergh baby alive or dead ?" A brisk wind whistled through the clear night outside the Sour- land Mountain estate of the famous flier as Mrs. Lindbergh, assisted by Betty Gow, the nursemaid, put her 20-months-old son, to bed at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lindbergh last saw the b...…

May 14, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY + + +.+ a D a TLY u a- KA1l F..IiY Ivitly 1 t, 4"34 II DG D11 p1 AKRON SENDS TWO TO DEATHS UNITY IN CONGRESS r. .. r. r.. _ri ...A~ . Legislature Works on Taxation, Economy, and Relief Measures. WASHINGTON, May 13.-(I)- Congress labored hours at its tre- iendous task today--a task liken- ed by President Hoover to Winning tie war and therefore warrantingj use of similar emergensy powers"I by the government. W h iil e...…

May 15, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

….. .. ....... hirty-Ninth Annual May LEA lINC OPERATICl STARS SCHEDULED, fOR SIX CONCERTS EX-OPERA TENOR Goeta Ljungberg, Sensation Metropolitan Season, Is Among Headliners, of GIGH WILL SING FRIDAY Chicago Symphony, Directed by Frederick Stock, to Play for Entire Series. ly Jerry E. Rkosenthal All roads of the music world will lead to Ann Arbor this next week when the outstanding musical event -of the world for the month takes place in...…

May 17, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIRAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1932 _______ ___ ~ - - ,_., . T R P OF COLLEGE QUEENS I ITaking Films ill B Used at Chicago Dr. W. G. Bergman, F. F. Adams to Speai< at Oen Meeting of War Resisters. Dr. W. G. Bergman, of Detroit city college, and founder and com- mander of the Thomas Jcfferson post of the American Legion, and F. F. Adams, formerly state chap- ain of the Department of Illinois American Legion are to speak at an open ...…

May 18, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…-D e__ ___ __ ~I~ESTeachers' Children tAttend Summter}1; DEANElementary School!I While their teacher-parents are c _ ai $72,000 taking advanced work in the Uni-'OTC I a, versity of Michigan School of Ed- NOKreCE 11 uatontisyerth hidrn fPUBLIC TYPIST-N'o. 3K tn uatonths ea, hechldenof Bldg. Phone 3139. 650 such students may themselves be ___________ the aver- attending a special short summer I BRAND NEW 1932 PLYMOUTH-S- ~prx-term in the Univers...…

May 19, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…'__ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tr EPracEicajokester Takes Advantage of ILStudedt Publication !,TWILLIAMSTOlWN. Mas..Mv 18 Con'rmittee toReplace T Y P E R I T I N t Hillsdale's President U 19 E 0 G RAP R xG Randall to Lead Travelers on' 16-Day European Trip This Summer. A University of Michigan alumnij I tour of Scotland, England, Holland, Germany, and France, to provide 16 days in Europe has been ar- ranged by the Michigan Alumni travel bureau, ...…

May 20, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…THE ICHIGAN DAILY FRIAY Columbia Seniors Give Reed Harris Confidence Votes Columbia- seniors expect success3 for Reed Harris, ex-editor of the campus newspaper, the "Spectator," whose fight with the college au- thorities resulted in his expulsion from school recently. In the traditional balloting held every year, members of the grad- uating class voted Harris the mem- ber of their ranks most. likely to succeed, and predicted an earning power ...…

May 21, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN, DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932. Educationb ody Meets Aondayl H9§19 PHIM'Wet' Parades Alone [iUIOUT WEEK X the journalism department, will speak on "Civic Leadership and the Press." Prof. H. 0. Whitemore, of the department, of landscape de- Prints, Water Colors Displayed by Faculty i ; f Talks to Be Given by Prominent Fatuly Members in Daily Sectional Meetings. Registration in the...…

May 22, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1932. PRINCETON HEAD PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF TO DIRECT xI, PROGRAM OF ENGLISH CLASS PLAYS IO D LThe production of student writ- "Often his attempt to grapple ten plays to be given at the Labor- with such traditions makes him lose f satory Theatre this week is unique in ght of the actual play, and his r tr hareti ekisuiunIro ductian becomes a iumla of im- . . . ........ .. IIULN I U L i Michigan First Has ...…

May 24, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAILSIN T RA NSAT LAN TIC F LIGHT P p thi an Pa 4. at Ju w tic El vi fo ci br ra: an vi th la 'hysics Instructors Will Meet in Detroit The annual spring meeting of the hysics instructors, sponsored by' he College of the City of Detroit nd the Junior college of Highland ark, is to be held in Detroit June The morning -meeting will begin t 10 o'clock at the Highland Park unior college. Two sound films" ill be shown. The fir...…

May 25, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 171) • Page Image 2

…D TWo THE MICIAN bAYLY } IrC *N'KT' O I-i n [Y n ar A V' i A'2 : I-I- a a -v - v -V a1\ -l - * VI.iJ± JLJi K I ~O,1~73. TO RALLY AS FIGHT SHIFTS TO CHICAGO Liberal Organizations Prepare to Hold Mass Meetings, Demonstrations. DRYS ISSUE SUMMONS Three Day 'Loyalty Convention' Expected to Recapture Militant Spirt. CHICAGO, May 24.-(P) - The battle over prohibition moves into the Chicago sector next month with the great concentration of for...…

May 26, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 172) • Page Image 2

…TWO _____ THE MICHIGAN, DAILY ACULTY MEMBERS DO BESS INSTITUTE T THIRD SESSION VETERANS STOP TRAIN ON 'BONUS MARCH' PAPER TO CONDUCT PR IBITION POLL THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1932. SCHURTZ BACKS BETA THETA PI TAX EXEMPTION CLAIM; SAYS PACK ERRS Nnmerous Legal Precedents Aid Fraternity's Position, Says Grand Rapids Attorney. Memorial Organ Recital Is Held for Founder of Organization in Hill Auditorium. GARDEN Is DEDICATED Hayden Advocates Co...…

May 27, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PLANS U. S. TO TOKYO FLIGHT Harvard Communists Vote to Consolidate With National Group (Special to The Daily.) CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 25.- Members of the Student Liberal club at Harvard University voted to affiliate themselves with the Na- tional Student league, an organiza- tion based on communistic princi- ples. Following the vote, which was carried by the slim majority of 13 to 11, J. DeW. Norton, secretary of the or...…

May 28, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY _-SATt U JRDAY, MAY 28, 1932 WALKER DEFENDS ADMINISTRATION1PNREDAIS 1S, UMMER TERHM CO)LUMN ;ERECTED FOR ARCHITECTS National Government Donates Relics to School. Erection of a nier and enlumn THIS COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING Kraus Announces Activities andap I from the Detroit post office build- Interests for Coming ing in the outdoor museum of the Surmmer Session. S mi Architectural school has been com- pl...…

May 29, 1932 (vol. 42, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…TWO ~, -F-- THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'I SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1932 _ 4 . C PLAE UNCE BROWNE'S RUNWAY FOR PACIFIC FLIGHT TAKEOFF One-Week Session of to Be Repeated Next Is Decision. Institute Year, PROPOSE CO-ORDINATION Would Relieve Present Pressure on Faculty Members by Poposed Plan. A decision to hold the Institute of Adult Education again next year at approximately the same time and on substantially the same plan as this year's sessions was ...…

Back to Top

© 2023 Regents of the University of Michigan