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May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…ed Devotees of outdoor sports and stu- or dents whose athletic exercise includes er walks on the boulevards and hikes Is, throught the country are urged to be St- careful of coming into contact with the M. poison ivy plant, according to a state- ay ment issued by the Health service. Stu- dents should learn to recognize the 1k plant, and also familiarize themselves with antidotes for its remedy. Read the Daily for Campus News. 1' cei MAY S M...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…'' t "1 . ut1 i" ii i iili i SMEN Results Of M)eet Sent To Johnson 0 Io us While 4,000 persons were watching the Illini best the Wolverines in the rs Take Five dual track meet on Ferry field yester- First Big day afternoon Capt. Carl Johnson lay in bed at his home and received the results of the meet, race by race. LL AND What his feelings were can only be PROMISING imagined, or told by Carl himself, but they must have been highly varied....…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…L1 U 1 rack Meet Ir THE "Y" INN AT LANE HALL Home Cooked Food !1 ]EAKING OF SPORTS s w 1..2 11 I, 4 By BOB ANGELL All hail to the new managing edi- tor! The Daily can look forward to another prosperous year with such an able man as 'George Brophy to guide it. 3en fir After watching the 'Illinois 'track team in action we must admit that 'Sthey have about as evenly balanced a team as one could wish. Michigan1 or cannot alibi th...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

…NOT Y NECESS I WHAT'S GOING ON I I NUMBER 1 I r ageL' he box for Mich- lowing the visit- . hits. >t away to what t in the first inn- red on the first r of Wisconsin to [owever, the in- eld the Wisconsin Innings. s came in the Ih innings. A neat a sacrifice by1 hit by Knode 'wo hits, timed the second run rolverine batsmen rerine pitcher, for tem a three bag- An error helped counters. to appear really 'eatered to 1 elders ably Wisconsin ,...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…'V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920. UES' PRODUCTION A Students Drink Heavily-Malted M'ilk, Coca Cola Kick Isn't There, But the Price Has Gone Up Just the Same. (By Joseph A. Bernstein) Students of the University of Michi- gan are drinking heavily. In the face of prohibition laws, both state and federal, the taste for drink is too much and the thirsty student is succumbing to temptation. It is true that students of the Uni- versit...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…l Prentice," who struggles against en- vironment and ill-fortune. Her first benefactor is a hermit named "Mormon Joe," who saves her from the advances of a half-breed outcast of the sheep country, and makes her his partner in ained but His good iitentions are turned to the ques- Kate's. disadvantage, however, by the choose be- neighbors' gossip, and Kate i? treated at home as an outcast by all in the community. her ambi- Romance is introduce...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

…a nily for a quiet even- t. Before introducing et by chance leaning legraph pole as your r or your best friend lications have been h sgymany delicious and efficient es as seem to be in vogue on the us it is a question whether it to "go into Detroit." But man is satisfied. Even "Made in Amer- s losing prestige. e ferries to Windsor are crowded. :he more adventurous tell stories w $3 in Montreal has the'pur- ng price of $15 or $20 per quart (Va...…

May 09, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 157) • Page Image 10

…Arbor under the commit- The attendance at the ncreased, and it is to bei mmittee's favor that the is composed largely of do not ordinarily attend list will include the most prominent.' men of the nation, as William Howard NB-UTS Taft, Charles Schwab, John D. Rocke- feller, Jr., and others. Pre'sident-elect EVENT RANKS AMONG OLDEST OF Marion Leroy Burton will be the prin- MANY MICHIGAN TRA- cipal speaker at the opening services DITIONS in the ...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…A ILA pg4 afl Jat .J I DIAY AND N. SERI ) r II ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920. 'PIC T ,y* rPt(t1r! IA i All-Campus Election Nominees Following is the list of the nominees of the various campus organ- izations. who will be voted on at the All-campus election, Wednes- day, May 12. MICHIGAN UNION President-Ferdinand C. Bell, '21L: Paul W. Eaton. '21 (by petition); David A. Forbes, '22L (b4 petition); Robert Grindley, '2...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…Univer. to the use for or not otherwise ed therein. higan, as second street. the sentimentex - eived after 8 o'clock M. CAREY' ence. That some of us drift away from the cus- toms of going-to church and maintaining our for- mer religious affiliations is due principally to the fact that our social. surroundings change and we wish to "go with the crowd." The Union services em- body a practical movement to take advantage of this very natural h...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…r. ':, 'a . ra: ."". 1 . u r I n- TRACK -MEN MEET CHICGO SAUROA No Down-Heartedness in Evidence Over Defeat at Hands of Illinois Aggregation CINDER TEAM PREPARINf, FOR COMiN% EVENT WITH MAROONS will be"published as soon as plans are more definitely formulated.. In the meantime it would be a good idea for men who expect to enter the meet to, get in a little practice on the track. Coach Farrell will be plad to help in any way he can, and...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…PERMITTED TO SEE R11191 I AD DIIITOP°'. iaomen ading to degree of Doctor h, by the Quarter system wo and one-fourth calendar on required for regular ad- law being counted toward ibrary of over 46,000 vol. r offers special oppoituni- rs, and practitioners. , June 21-July 28 ly 29-September 3 epartments of the Univer- e Summer Quarter. ties Courses open in all D sity during t'h For Announcement address DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNVERSITY OF C...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…m The Other I 11 r I LRD OF HEALTH TO PRE- CBE SANITARY REGU- LATIONS New Haven, Conn., May 10. -- The alth and sanitary safety of under- aduates of Yale university here- ,er are to be guarded by a university ard of health patterned after those large cities. The board will make nitary and health regulations for the ntrol of the students, will under- ke personal supervision of their alth and help them to keep it at a iximum. Dr. J. C. Gr...…

May 11, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…u. uJJ. I TUESDAY lit baseball team reports ptain at South Ferry field. man band meets in Uni- practice at Water- orchestra rehearsal In the sity 7:00-Meeting of the Soph lieutenants Led for the spring games in the board room of Lane hall. Re- 7:00-Sixth make-up hygiene lecture to in Natural Science auditorium. gi 7:15-Dixie club members meet at Un- ion for discussion of dance and for as- election of officers for next year. the 7:15-Meetin...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…p *1 "winY . U. ,L, 40 YR :S 1P ,'V AM) NIGHW SERVICE .. ANN -ARBOR,. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1920, PRICE amtpus Election Nominees "Following is the list of the nomiinees' of the various campus organ izaitions, who will bo voted on at the All-campus election. Wedne (lay, May 12. PreidntFerinndC.MICHIGAN UNION eton PresdentFerinan C.Bell. '21L; Paul WV. Eaton. 'f1 (by p in David 'A. Forbes, 122L (by petition) ; Robert Grindley,...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 2

…(Uiver- us~e for tierwise of 'clock orderly method of dealing with flagrant instances of refusal to abide by traditions. There is no longer an excuse for uonrganized methods, since individ- ual cases can be given "personal attention." Deci- sion made last spring to cut out the Cap night "run- ning the gantlet" was a step in the right direction, and will eliminate one of the greatest causes of id- verse comment. The class games should furnis...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 3

… \, .. ,.-. " - .. . " . . ." .. ,, ^". ., :": " " . {" . , . " " " . ~j _ . , ... " +: .. ..,. - ' y ,!i L mZ : W I I BAD WEATHER HOLDS UP I FRATERNITY TENNIS TOURNEY I LMlnl fTRIP vDEL But two matches have been com- pleted in. the interfraternity tennis tournament. Chi Psi defeated Theta Xi six straight matches and Zeta Beta Tau defeated Sigma Nu four matches to three. In the latter series it was necessary to play an extra set of ...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 4

…&yaat~a ll%-" EUM D. Whittemore, of the ndscape design, states seedling trees which 'rived for the Arbor- an Arbor, include the of Japanese, Chinese, rian trees and shrubs vhere. addition, plants from nountains, Asia Min. rthwest, and from the, egion, together wtih i varieties. ie Arboritum is two- s a ground for stu- Lpe design to experi- he trees and shrubs hemisphere, and will ational exhibits. When Arboritun will show vhich an ornate p...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 5

…in Au 9 riurn ,,R PERMANENCY - LIKE' - in --- 11-12 - Vivian d You Forgive," ncan in "The Si-. N'.o. 5. RC T10 EYOU. ccos LR STORE BILLIARDS Sunday Papers FREET ) That Hill auditorium be opened to speeches of current interest both so- cial and political was the opinion ex- pressed by the Michigan Students' Lib- eral club in its meeting last night, as is shown by the following resolution which was passed and will be pre- sented to the...…

May 12, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 159) • Page Image 6

…T' ;udents are qualified to vote of the candidates. n and women vote for the council president, for Stu- icillpen at large, for Oratori- iation officers, and on the torium question. Only men the' Union- general officers, e Union vice-president from artment is named by the men t narticular department. The 3, ht and P "" "" Men a'nd -women from each class vote for the Student council nomi- "'Modern nees from their own class, except in Weisen...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…Id I' Pd , an at . P A YANDINIGT SERV[CE I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920.- PRICE THRMV , - ----- N IGHT PLANS RAPIDLY APPROACH COMPLETION; TOQUES TO BE BURNEDI tans for Cap night are progressing dly and everything is practically readiness foT the staging of the nier campus tradition on the aing of Friday, May 21. i accordance with the oldest phase hie historic ceremony, the caps and tes will be burned on the big fi...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 2

… during the Univer- Publications. D PRESS tied to the use for oit or not otherwise dished therein. Michigan, as second' street. signed, the sig- n" evidence o ed after 8 o'clcck M: CAREY Early' in the spring, when the ground 'was still hard and old paths made their appearance from un- der the snow, there might have been some excuse for doing some absent-minded crosscutting. But now that "Keep to the Walk" has been dinned in our ears and pr...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 3

… L/: ( 4. y .} L .. p .: . ." r" . a , . " e. , . .Al1 BOXING NOTICE INNING vIc. citing baseball 1 on the Ferry in triumphed core of 9 to 8 ran come-back ;ue and turned an defeat into ,elessly behind' andgren's . men sixth and sev- ed them seven' Last practice of the Boxing club will be held tonight at 7 o'clock, in Waterman gymnas- ium. All active members should be present with fees. A special meeting will be held Tuesday at '7:15 ...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 4

…11, I, Uiotnew I studi'o,,- / :. Phone 598 R SESSION 1920 ISITY OF MICHIGAN The old and new cabinet of the Y. W.;C. A. will meet at 3 o'clock today in Newberry hall. The Women's Cosmopolitan club' will hold an important meeting at 7:30 o'clock, Friday, in Newberry hall, the University Y. W. C. A. Short stories to be entered in Stylus short-story contest should be sent to a member of Stylus before May 15. Baseball practice hours are as...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 5

…A NT MAENUNW L I CY WITH U. S -PROF. SADLER. INDUSTRY HAS COME i-s., 13--Madge Kennedy in tly Confidential," and a wood drama and a' comedy. 14- Pauline Frederick in s of Letty," with a North ldrama and a comedy. 13-Will Rogers in "Water, - Everywhere," with Larry n in "Home, Sweet Home." LI SHIPPING lI II Ifi stillilliil lilllil marrick Detroit MAMMA'S AFFAIR BY RACHEL BARTON BUTLER = Euti1ill Ilil IlIIttItIunlr1llti;g { Il ENIORS Y - L...…

May 13, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 160) • Page Image 6

…LV _...L A A 1i~ IN PC T FACTOR T'S SUCCESS ANN ARBOR CHOP SUE Y Excellent CHOP SUEY from 11:30 a. nm. to midniht Steaks and Chops 314 *S. tate (Contnued from Page One) son, K. H. Buttars, M. R.Coleman, E. H. Nicholson, J. E. Burns. and F. H. Carlton, H. W. Scott, G. O.' ld. Wallace, L. D. Wright, J. D. Peterson, prat- J. Bowers, H. J. Conroy, F. C. Orens, call- a. S. Gillette, W. Paynter,FW. C.Nay- 'or, M. E. Hanna, J. E. Defley, D. C. rs...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…I" u I V .d AiJ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. rn May 13.-Michigan matches from the 1. Boyden of the Wesbrook a hard Wolverine captain s from two sets, 6-4. Reindel com- Newey by a count fell prey to Munz, while Angell easily 6-1. Both sets of by Michigan. IAND ' TO TED TONIGHT HEARSAL PAVES OPENING MHT ress rehearsal is an ll-presented public na's Husband," the ssical club will pre'- :k tonight in Sarah 11, will fulfill a...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

…Con atle events ot a colege career. Ambition for mem- bership in such oganizations is a spur to greater efficiency and a more social spirit among students, and as such must 'be -considered a big asset for Michigan. As for the charge of lack of democracy, >r few will deny that proved ability and hard work are Se fair standards for all. Most of the campus organi- - zations base membership on the winning of con- spicuous places in athletic or ca...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

… .' ' "' .a ; "<. 7 - :6 6or i DAY'S GAMES American League games, rain eveywhere. National League oklyn, 1; Chicago, 2. v York, 6; Cincinnati, 0. ton, 3; St. Louis, 9. TRACK MEN LEAVE FOR, CONTEST WITH MAROONS This afternoon at 1:16 o'clock (2:16 Ann Arbor time) Manager Parsons and 21 members of the Wolverine track squad will leave for Chicago to meet the Maroons in a dual meet tomor row night. Coach Farrell has already TWO INTERCLASS...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…11 12 '13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 .29 Hats are high; your last hat cleaned andhre- into this season's shape, new band, will look like I save you five or ten We do only high class Factory Hat Store, 617 St. Phone 1792. IlLII I I U. h URUIlLI 11N STA9L L ED.YESTERDAY Members of the old and new cab- inet of the Y. W. C. A. met Wednes-' day afternoon. The installation serv- ice was conducted by Frances Wesley, '20, the retiring presiden...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…S :pow ---- .I ! PHOTOPLAY TBY I(OUIwwDRGUEr b A5ED ON AN OR IGINAL STOR~Y RODERPT 6AKE.R 'DflRiZFtD BY *GEORGE. FIZMAUJ2ICE _. rmuallrf itr U N ERS ITY BRANCHES It is the purpose of the national officers of the American Legion to, launch a drive for members from May 17 to 22, according to a communica- tion received from the Legion head- quarters in, Indianapolis. The state ment was made that college men are particularly wanted in the Legio...…

May 14, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…gory, H. J. Watson, L. Selling, R.I zodgers, R. A. Sullivan, W. Bend-I )n, L. H. Treat, R. E. Nettleton, E. , C. K. Strozensky, M. Newton, C. !ades, H. L. WNaha, B. F. Kerwin, L. Leader, 1V. Gilbert, R. J. Dunne, Wilson, F. Steketee, E. Vick. iFreshman Heavyweights he freshman heavyweights ire: F. Copp, W. J. Van Orden, W. A. ,on, W. Bastian, R. Chenot, C. D. fly, A. F. Dittmer, E. M. Keeler, ~Crawforth, C. Ely, C. Kuhn, P. G. bel, C. G.Robert...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…'4 41 ri 004 19Ufl Li «: ' w/ ; VarilAMNib#1i SERVICI r ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 15 lot. PRICE I J., ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 192.. A ip Taylor Mlen Respond To Call f German Stein And Cheap Living CHICAGO WINS IN TENNIS MATCHES 'I 1 .... . i Ii U Lousville, Ky., May 14. - Lager American soldiers, according to re- beer, nibreased salaries, and piecreased turning veterans who tell of week-end f cost ...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 2

…,,-. TED PRESS entitled to the use for ed to it or not otherwise published'therein. or, Michigan, as second Maynard street. ftC received after /8 o'clock ... HARRY M. CARRY rt JsephA. Bernstein I Hugh itchcock Renaud Sherwood .H. Hardy Heth Lee.M. Woodruff .Brewster Campbell .John 1. Dakin .Robert C. Angell .Marguerite Clark ..Thomas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr. .... Winefred Biethan 'hinery Robert D. Sage leski Mauion Niehol dl Frances Ob...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

…iliii i 5r, " ate' 'x w, / :~:'.~~-' ..:". .:: _".! -I ________. - Frosh lasebal I M.en Show Promise TI I Coach Jack Enzenroth and his All- fresh baseball squad were favored' Ioway with another ideal baseball day on slab Wednesday and, as a result, the most beneflcial practice of the year was held. As the season progresses HERS the men are rounding into shape rap- TODAY idly and the team this year promises to be unusually strong, particul...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 4

…hanges That Please" AR STORE I BILLIARDS DRINKS and Sunday Papers )ne Block from Campus Depauw-Every student of Depauw has been urged to be vaccinated at once as a preventative step to the spread of the smallpox epidemic on the campus. Three cases of smallpdx have been diagnosed but the authori- ties of the university say there is no need for alarm. However, they say that vaccination of all the students would mean a speedy elimination of t...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 5

…n uubnf MAYTIIE LAST TIMES TODAY' . Al, 1 { 1, IPHOTOPLAY by ., s , rtt r rc ; r _ F "r w w r .w 111 I '.\ f .. _.. ._ .. f BASED ON AN ORIGINAL 5CORY by 'ROBERT BAKER DIP.ECTEIBY GEO1RGE FITZMKA1JICE'J ,O!aramoua4*kmftlww' p 9 ..' s ON 4f RCilESTRA 9 :00-3:30 OTHER 25c l~c BIG DOUBLE SHOW SUNDAY JOHN BARRYMORE IN "DR, ZEKY L AND MRt. HUIDE" ANDl - Elsie Ferguson and David Powell PRES.ELECT XI. L. BURTON WILL in "Counterfet,"...…

May 15, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 162) • Page Image 6

…a FRESHMEN! BASEBALL TRYOUTS xetice SHOW PROMISE IN~ PRACTICE mue. - Fier. (Continued from Page Three) port-- Coates was one of the most iu'omis- )efore Ing receivers that reported to Coach Lundgren for Varsity baseball this Meet spring but he was ruled ineligible as he had not, been on the campus long Hu. enough to compete. He is a good me- pow- chanical backstop, holds up his pitch- er in fine shape, and injects the ne- me~ets cessary fight...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…I, j AIV Ut r' . DAY A ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. PRICE T ,t . . ie IGAN INS IN HREE EVEN 11 "I ING 2N TAKE RACES Outnumbers ; Final ;men fought bitterly to al nal events of the spring rry field Saturday morn- with a score of 4 to 4. eds of students and out- the field to see the strug- sophomores lined up on >wed by the freshmen the 2 to 1 in favor of the since they had won two pulls in/the tug-o'-war. thei...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…pt Monday during the Univer- of Student Publications. SSOCIATED PRESS usively entitled to the use for :s credited to it or not otherwise al news published therein. Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second il, $3.50"" iding, Maynard street. 'pial. 2414. d 300 words, if signeadthe sig- in print, but as an evidence of e published in The Daily at the or mailed to The Daily office *ive no consideration. No man eo writereincloses aostage. ily endorse the sent...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…'i Indoor Wlaseball Twelve Women Wrings Sure Win Enter Wyvern / I X I I THE AMERICAN CIGA BILLIARDS & POCKET Av.I the Daily for Campus News. I of War Pictures res there you can EE yourself & COMPANY 19 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE. ISHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK kN'S LUNCH r Quality and Athletics among the boys and girls of the University have received a new impetus. Indoor baseball is the ve- hicle for this rise. Contests between them...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 4

…sp - ; ... . dJ ' .. r .. . ' .. . .. ." . .. .. ,i . . . .. ... ,; LTER MEET, TRYOUTS, NOTICE,! .1 0 More sophomores are needed to ..try out for assistant inter- scholastic manager. Any men wishing to do so call David Forbes at the Athletic office, be- tween 4 and 5 o'clock, Monday afternoon.. by di a total of plastic ill be d 22. n ver- to be teted the list of 20 same city, ,ttle Creek Woodford, Caplan, Ball, Choinere, Re- gar...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 5

…I es meet a's first ht to a The fancy diving presents a wealth of material in White, Hyde, Grayson, Thompson, and Stryker. White is sup- erior to any man in Michigan today and will no doubt be one of next year's most reliable men, while the others are all highly capable and will improve even more. Koch and Adams, this season's plungers, will both re- turn, but Million, a second string man who showed remarkable progress dur- ing the year, wi...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…WHA'S GOING ON t RT L CLUB BRINGS MAN TO 'U'S author of the for the settlement ion in this coun- "What Shall We ys" Monday even- Natural Science ss will be under the au- aMichigan Students' Lib- nd will be open to the .ehood, or Plumb plan, ilroad emplyes are still despite the return of the der the Esch-Cummins ,ive the railroad' workers the management of the share in the receipts. imely issue has ever been >re Michigan students," I Guenth...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 7

…GARY :Ll 43 :i rit t TWO q L ANN AhtBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920 PRICE THREE Class o ,f Classes Reaidy to G radua- I-, When They Donned Their Caps and Gowns For First Time SENIORS OF 1920 END HISTORICAL EPOCH; DISTINGUISHE EBY BEING LAS CLASS UNDER PRESIDENT HUTH r. .. ..--. 1 SENIORS (By J. W. K.) Seniors, the gate of Life opened, The world 'awaits to put test is to the! any rd of Each man of you, for of th...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 8

…3A1IE .EEEKE5EN TED . The nine men who made oif, thee GRAD1ATING LAWYERS honorary Law society, correspondingT to the Literary Phi Beta Kappa, are: ntinued from page 1) M. D. C4mpbell, R. L. Carpenter, R. G.T ation of Michigan law grad- Gray, Louis Kawin, G. H. Kretzsch- CURCH:ISI RICESU TO DU Yf efficient legal work . mar, B. B. Mathews, J..M. Seabright,1 A. B. Tanner and Y. A. Yager. DISCUSSION GROUPS. FORM IN-1 >resting fact regarding this S...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 9

…AT THE MOVIES THIS WEEK Id. Parade to %r in uniform. begin in Col- Science and end in College ce and Arts. program. Address to all es in Hill Au- ent Harry B. 12:30 p. m.-Luncheon for Alumnae at Martha Cook building, followed by a business meeting for women. 4:00 p. m.-Alumni baseball game, California vs. Michigan. 6:00 p. m.-Annual meeting and din- ner of the Alumni Advisory Coun- cil at the Union. 8:0.0 p. m.-Senior Girls' play on the camp...…

May 16, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 163) • Page Image 10

…1) e and an ampus. een men- It Febru- work in om mak- an just a hers have the publications, there's nan, of the Gargoyle. Reed o many opera posters, and r his own publication as e Michiganensian that he really believes college life e paints it. But on the the "Goat" also drew-in of fame elections-he was the best, if1 not the most fusser. in the class. Chauffeurs Functions . (Walt) Reiss has also ull- share of chauffeuring ctions. The Gargoyle...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…pwj r0 #' U . .1 I DAY AND N SEfl1 ' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 18, "1920. FREE MOVIES ON CAP NIGHT BILL In accordance with arrangements made by the committee in charge -ot the Cap Night ceremonies, the doors of the leading Ann Arbor picture hous- es will be opened to the entire student body following the closing of formal- ities at Sleepy Hollow. . Immediately after the, last address, the freshmen will fall in to the rear o...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…-knows al than s of [; FI Meager as the facilities now are, it nevertheless would be a- good thing if all students interested in swimming would take advantage of using the pool at the Y. M. C. A. It will be open for use each afternoon from 3 to 5, and there will be someone there at this time to instruct those who may need it and want it. Irrespective of conditions, students Biology - Shull AT k * *. et. ned,.the sig- should not let th...…

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