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May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 9

…whose chief exponent is a French- Java girl; cannibals, who direct their 4u0VIES THIS WEEK attention to kidnaping white w omen; savers, whose only guide is self-inter- _____________________________________est; and missionaries who brave the dangers of the strange land to convert Complete to the sma llest details, thle' its heathen inhabitants., Sea island picture contains :Allthe featiires coin- Th'le story centers around Mary, the aborated in...…

May 23, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 169) • Page Image 10

…"The Mystery of Life," the theme DAY of Dr. L. A. Barrett's sermon this I , morning in the Presbyterian church, is the second of a series of sermons VECIAL on "Mysteries." Prof. W. D. Hender- IS son will address his class of Univer- sity students at noon in the center block of pews in the church. Chris- ablished tian Endeavor Society meets at 6:30 is local o'clock. F'estival' In connection with May Festival ropriate week, Rev. J. M. Wells of t...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…I PERATURE oeol Zod A tt n ~1Iaihi ASSOCIATEI PRESS DAY AND blIGHT H SERVICE __ _ .: ,.. t t VL. XXX. No. 168. SPEED IN PRELIMINAIES PROMISES FAST COMPTITION TODAY IN HIGH SCHOIMEET; NO RECORDS, BROKEN t REDITABLE PERFORMANCES IN CLOSE RACES FEATURE FRESH TRYOUTS REPORT TRIAL HEATS - Freshman tryouts for track 1 HIGH H A ', GETS manager will report at the ath- I MOST 'MEN QUALIFIED j letic office in the Ann Arbor Press building' at...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…3E UNIVERSITY p = ery morning except Monday during the Univer- Board in Cont-oI of Student Publications. BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ted Press is exclusively entitled to the use for ill news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise paper and the lochl news published therein. he postoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second by carier or mail, $3.50. Arbor Press building, Maynard street. mess. 96o; Fditorial, 2474. ons not to exceed Soo words...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

… ' l_ ! 1 7 * .11 /, A^ .. RINES One A STAR JESDAY ifternoon Mich-I 'st meeting of the son. Iowa is at ous contender the the race for the 'ned two victories with Purdue and r of games with rines have two nd have a victory e initial game of has not yet been esults ,it appears e strong and that 1 brfing into play e of the west. ay Oppose ild present sever- Captain Hamilton awkeyes and it is e will be opposed These two men it by critics a...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…FLOWERINGi rLAI113 uiins & Hall rists Telegraph Delivery 1®f2 S. Univ. TRADE ATg FRONT CIGAR STORE es- State anzd PackardI n t' P r Opr 6 t or )late' Cryeam Sodal f Aomen r1 A meeting of all seniov women will be held at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday, May 25, in Barbour gymnasium. The first May' pole practice for Lantern Night will, be held At 5I o'clock Monday afternoon, May. 24. Only three practices will be neces- sary.eti All ladies expecting to att...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 5

…RENrT THE "MAJESTIC c Garrick Detroit ." MAMMA'S AFFAIR BY RACHEL BARTON BUTLER ne New Old Town Canoe and one +v Morris Canoe with complete [it including storage, and locoker 11 November first.5 Saund'er 's CanoeLivery On the Huron Pkib'er t tbwe's Besides taking the stellar role in "The Toll Gate," to be repeated to- day at the Majestic, William S. Hart wrote the scenario for the picture in conjunction with Lambert Hillyer. "The Toll ...…

May 22, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 168) • Page Image 6

…,. AT'S GOING ON .I SATURDAY owe club luncheon in room the Union. Ah lit-fresh lit baseball game Will i eak. tI C7-- -1 -Committee on underclass con- t have picture taken at Memorial -Interscholastic meet on Ferry -Varsity band mets in front of versity hall) to play at Michigan- a game. Caps an'tl blouses. - Michigan-Iowa baseball game Ferry field. -Upper Hoom Bible class' eets 44 South Statestreet. -Student volunteer band meets ,ane hal...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…lI ; 'VP. Zrl 1zt ian t ~at DiAY AN)DNIHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR,. MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920. PRICE THREE CE ..r. ... +,- - .I YI HYDEI larristers Take 10 Junior Laws Barristers, Senior law honorary so- ciety, initiated the following ien yes- terday: Willis Blakeslee, '21L, Alan W. Boyd, '21L, Thurman 'B. Doyle, '21L, Jean P. Freeman, '21L, Walter 0. Johnson, '21L, Raymond M. Lewis, '21L, Robert Mathews, 121L, Gerald F. Nye, '...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…the Univer- ATED PRESS entitled to the use fqr ed to it or not otherwise published therein. bor, Michigan, as second ard street. 3001 words, if signied, the sig- aprint, but as an evidence of published in The Daily, at the or mailed to The Daily office. ve no consideration. No man. writer incloses postage. y endorse the sentiments ex- not be received after 8 o'clock ..............:HARRY M. CAREY ilbert Joseph A. Bernstein bell Hugh Hitch...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 3

… :.:'tom ... .\ " : '- Um J i" TEAMS MUS - . . ~--- _ _ r w ST REPORT CLASS TRACK MEET TO BE HELD MAY 29 nois men at Madison last Saturday when they were conceded but slight chance for victory. The win of the Badgers makes them dangerous con- tenders for the title in the Conference meet to be held here on June 4 and 5. Everything for painting is carried U here in ample quantity to supply the demand. If it's for painting, it's h...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 4

…V WE An effort is being made to increase QUALITY the number of city gardens throughout NDER the country. Mr. H. S. Osler,- County Agricultural Agent, in an interview with The Daily points out the neces- 'ess) sity of using every back yard and va- R. Howard, cant lot to ward off the coming food n Farm Bu- shortage'. d today that Mr. Osler says: "Today a home gar- the nation den is a defense against famine. The elow normal -shortage in farm lab...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 5

…The~ Other II P" U >4 G I ; 1 ,, .. M s _ From 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. POT OF HOT TEA AND A BOWL OF RICE WITH PLAIN CHOP SUEY 35c Chinese and American St' le Short Orders Rome'made and Bakery Rolls QUANG LUNG LO 613 East Liberty Street Phone'604-R J. rs - Perfumes denglo eam Toilet Water y Garden Perfume Djer Kiss Toilet Water Three Flowers Cornell. - The Athletic Association of Cornell has just tentatively accept- ed the invitation ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 6

…I - AW xomen t All ladies expecting to attend the! Spring Has COnic And with it spring wants. When you go to the woods or up the river something 11 is essential to your enjoy- (odaks and Films Aks are cpming in and our Stock is still com- s is THE place to find what you want. Kodak Finishing know that you get good results when we develop your film. D Brick Ice Cream be carried quite a distance before it melts. Ours are the bricks with no ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 7

…_, r 4G the S Co. Appointments For Scholarship Jade Eight oriental women now in the Universtiy were reappointed to the Barbour scholarships for oriental wo- men for next year, at a meeting of the committee in charge, May 18. Five new apointments were made.,. It was possible to increase the num- ber of scholarships from 10 to 14 for the coming year, on account of the additional gifts recently made by the Hon. Levi L. Barbour. The committee ...…

May 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 167) • Page Image 8

…./A P)V c. U 5'ALU.'U )rop In .Prices L prevenl Ue of the Donors' varies Mr. George-Abel Schreiner will lee- ture on "The Pitfalls of Diplomacy" prac- at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Schwaben hall, 213 Ashley street. south Admission free. Tickets for the Dixie club dance to room be held at the Country club Satur- day night are on sale at the billiard les at room desk at the Union. front of . blouses. YESTERDAY'S GAMES dlerelass con- n ...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…I ptr rtAga t W mf I I at 09 DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE j II ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920. PRICE THREN C 1R fTiVA Vri1T~FL'1 f EAU V light of th the field an e Wolverin ve in the fir; ighth innin Wolerin us ca h 'c ninth, goin for the bal n a throw t in the mu replete wit down th an E th th losi ring SENIORS. TO PICK: 1 rm ITf WOOD NEEDED FOR pf ISEN ALUMNI OFFICER10APJ[A NITE FIRESR Mmbers of the class of.'20-will, ...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…featured r, and never Lt. signed, the sig- an evidence of hie Daily at the 'he Daily office.. hon. No man- postage. sentiments ex- i after 8o'clock HARRY M. CAREY U Wiuefred Bietha-n ry Robert D. Sage Marion Nichols Frances Obetholtzer Edna Apel E. Y. Lovejoy Charles Murchison. Russell Fletcher been offered in the eight-week term before. There was a time when the Summer session was looked upon as an extra, and irregular, session of. the...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

… t _. . " .,, w., .. l and started practice for the Confer- ence meet which is to be held here onh the fourth and fifth of June. With, Cap- tain Johnson out of it little hope of victory is held forth, but, should he by any chance be able to compete, the [EN prospects of a Michigan win will be considerably brightened. ._..... iI TENNIS TEAM IN EASTERN STATES MANY ENTRIES IN FOR CLASS TENNIS TOURNEY Fifty-two entries have been received for...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…INAL BANK d 1863 c Wfomn Ei {... [I Seasonable Millinery FIRST ANN ARBOR M1EMBE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM All ladies expecting to attend the D. A. R. election on Tuesday, May 25, at Mrs. George Patterson's, 2101 Hill street, are requested to let Mrs. Pat- terson know by postal by Saturday evening of this week. Baseball practice will bt eld for sophomores and seniors at 4 o'clock Thursday at Palmer field. At. Parlor of Courteous an...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 5

…,, THE -MAJE ST.IC I "'treasure Island" with its myster- ious sailor-men, treasure maps, mar- ooners, and pirates,' will be repeatedl today at the Majestic. Among the nu~merous scenes that harken back strongly' to the adventur-e-land creat- ed by Stevenson are a realistic rep- resentation of the old Ben Baolt tav- ern and the appearance of Bill Bones followed by.Black Dog. 6,UO1NS 'T'Ii THlE AUtCAIJE TIMES TODAY CE TOURtNEURt PRESENTS ...…

May 20, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

…FLOWERING PLANTSI ousins & Hal [ori sts Telegraph Delivery ' 1002 S. Univ. J. L. CHAPMAN JEWELER. AND OPTOMETRIST i is SOUTH MAIN STREET OMMMMMMMO P f W x 'HIS WS WS ota WHAT'S GOING ONI THURSDAY 2 :00-Senior pnarmic class meeting in room 303 of Chemistry building. 2 :00-Soph lit baseball practice. 4:40-Mfeeting of senior lit class In room 101 of the Economics building. 6 :45--Menorah board of directors meets in Lane hail. 7 :15-Howe club ...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…I Aid P, "'L ul an 4 I1 I t DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. PRICE THR: Ia ichigan and Ohio-State fleet in Crucial Diamond Test Today .1 First place in the Conference base- ball race hinges upon the result of the game today at Ferry field between Michigan and Ohio State. At present Michigan tops the list with five vic- tories and no defeats, while Ohio State is pressing close behind with five...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…onday during the Univer- ident Publications. ATED PRESS y ~entitled to the use. for ted to it or not otherwise ' published therein. rbor, Michigan, as second so. Maynard street. 414. words, if signed, the sig- nt,' but as an evidence of ished in The Daily at the ailed to The Daily office. o consideration. No roan- ter incloses postage.4 dorse the sentiments ex- lie received after 8 o'clock AFF 4 ................HARRY M.1 CAREY Ehlbert Josep...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…, . . r.- t i WE IPTr Eight o'clock tonight is the time limit for entries in the in- terclass tennis tournament. The entry lists will be kept open un- til that time and then the draw- ings will be made. The complete first round schedule will be announced in Thursday's Daily. Names may, be left at the intramural office or telephoned, phone 2268. Who u rt UNION TO IN MATCHXS, 'acuse, and Union will nts of the Varsity ten- ;he Eastern t...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…-1 play from troit, uum. A d therye This is obtain-, terson. know by postal by Saturday DOWAGER QUEEN OF ENGLAND evening of- this week. SUFFERING BRONCHIAL COLD Baseball practice will be neld for London, May 18.-The condition of sophomores and seniors at 4 'o'clock Dowager Queen Alexander~ who is Thursday at Palmer field. suffering from a bronchial cold is causing anxiety, according to the Star Baseball practice will be held for today. The n...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 5

… n ORPHEUM m."- 7i --TODAY-- FRANK MAYO in "REDDLIER OF LIES" A1 AN In GER" DAY Ein TREE"V It rrained Men and Womsen irmer Course in Accountancy and Business n at Pace Institute on July 7. This short, in- >ns) is well suited to the needs of college-trained pect to make Business their life work. fundamentals of double-entry bookkeeping, account- ganization, management, and law-all presented in >les and procedures of Modern Business. W...…

May 19, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 165) • Page Image 6

…EXCLUDE JEWISH STUDENTS I ter grade if typewritten on a Multi- plex Hammond. The Interchangeable 3udapest, May 18. - Exclusion of Type feature allows the use of Italics vlsh students from the University for emphasizing your strong points. Student dealer. Martin R. Webb, 1214 Budapest-is being enforced by coer- Willard. Phone 1595-R.-Adv. n squads composed of undergrad- es who served in the army. These j In choosing wall paper We will Lmfne eve...…

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...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…^. F "'" " " A" " r . , . ..,i Howr Wolverines Won from Purdue MEET ,e been ,rschol-' 21 and and as ,cted in 't is as Michigan AB Knode, ss.....5 Kirch, if......4 Perrin, rf.......... 4 Van Boven, 2b .... 4 Mraz, 3b .......... 4 Genebach, c ........6 Newell, lb .........;3 Lan'genhan, of ..... 2 Ruzicka, p .. 4 Soheidler, p .......0 H 0 1 1 0_ 0. 0 1 .0 H OA 4 14 2 2 0 1 1 "0 3 51 .0 02 0 71 2 10 0 01 0 10 3 00 0 ntered a list of o...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…Wtomen d & Co., 311 1 1 7 jIs, TY OF CHICGO SCHOOL' 11 i' 1 ICourses open i sity dur For DEAN OF LAW er- OFI .w will shorten the traditional periods of ,d Colleges. Usually' one faculty of the, same superi'or Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in Lane hall. A pot-luck supper will be given. All members are requested to bring knife, fork, spoon, cup, and plate. Members of the Junior Girls' play cast may receive ...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

…Wedding. Bells," Salisbury Field's anedy which is being produced this ek at the Garrick-Detroit,. opens h the dilemma of one Reggie Cart- who has been divorced, is to re- rry on the morrow, but discovers t he still loves his first wife. When e his former wife's quick wit and n understanding are' brought into y, the knot which Reggie makes his affairs is untangled; but before rescues him, the comedy has run ough three acts of merriment. red," ...…

May 18, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…I I i Tickets for the Dixie club dlance to be held at the Country club Satur- day night are on sale at the billiard room desk at the Union. Junior team:' Pitcher, Alice Beck- a.m; catcher, Eleanor Stephenson ; rst baseman, Alice Hinkson; second aseman, Quinneth Summers; third aseman, Josephine McGuineas; short- op, Phyllis Wiley; center field, Ern- stine Hall; right field, Florence Fox; ft field, Katrina Schermerhorn. Sub- ttutes: Narcena B...…

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 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...…

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