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May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 1

…'o. A~ita ati MZEM4 -I ---- - -- --- WIOI'I Y "'-"-'IM YI 1Y1 _ __ ----- No. 177 .EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHI GAN, WEDNESDAY, MXAY 34, 1923l EIGHT PAGES __ _ _ ESIN WPERIL oD UVE[S ETS IBLANEI) E: BY FLAMES ty, Wisconin,: Uinder Grid Hero Gets THRH AWARD OF CONFERENCE MDA RECOGNITIO)N (G1EN FOR T'N' JTI) ABIITY AS SCHOLAR A N) CAPTAIN HAS RECORD HI16HER THIAN B MARK'I D)AILY A NNVOUNCES5 SPRING I APPOINTMTENTS TO STAFF f ...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 2

… - - DRAMA TERM] FOR IUPPERCLASS ADVISORS Applications are now being receiv- ed at the Union from upperclasmen for mem~bership on the Upperclass Ad-. visory committee for next year. Men who" desire to serve on ,this cormittee are urged to send in their names to Charles W. Merriam,,Jr- '251x, at~ the UJnion' right away as the committeeilbsectdhswek In filling out the coupon below nextI year's address shouldhbo given if poe-j siblc. Mlas fo...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 3

…-4A £L-4 MA X Ri 1-U9& M ;,d'PAA4.J HILL WILLI ADYISOS5H I Wert Dieticiarn Arrives To Cur e U. S. Indigcstion! Sophomore woml en will be present t a class meeting to be held at 4 'clock tomorrow afternoon in Say- i Caswell A ngel~l ha.il. Women who wvish to sign for Junior dvisorships during the coming year, ly do so at thlis time. El1igibility to ecome advisor-s consists in being in ood standing. it Is the duty of the nior advisors to assi...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 4

…THE MICI c: r i jAr1ian ct omede iwrkdona e mc A PSOIIN receiving these _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I "epwanted" notices and in giving OA lED OL A PU OIN N FICIALNXEIVSPAPER OF THE thew prominence.' Moreover the Un-_____________ TARLLS You hIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN versity has done much in the way of TAK~1 the University year by the Board in: providing temporary work and sumIOi HEEitr te-ihga aiy I of Studenit Publications mer emxployment for students. Bu...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 5

…i ED UdT4)P ~classes are sending out lett.ers to all S E NI0RS!I essives A dR ic lG ,the inC ia o;senior s Lasking them; to join the asso- Get the highest salary and the posi- To ~isussUntedStaesRairoa Vauaioncia~o wih te i ofmaknthem- tion you 'want as a teacher. Open-! entire class oft '2.11100 prcntinm- hus in all States. Ask for free en- ;ni. Nearly halt of the class has al- rolmnent blank and list of Mlichigan j ____--________ra(lv- gau...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 6

… .....,_...4.. 'I __ . N . :. r _. ,.. UAL BIG TEN UID#RMEET' Hyde Elected Captain Of 1924 Swimming Team; Tfl AF HI WU Tlq U1-V! aegat~dKaa '~ ansasO~u ..-r... ......,._ '4T 'Fisul L II' L in All LBut W1ei Ii Events AND BJROAD JUII QULD)BE BETTEI, ill, be the scene of portant~ trac'k event; xt, Friday and Satur anms from the Big 'decido the suprem ce as far as the cir. '° , g ~e ac1 ver the season w3 just drawing'to a close will ...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 7

….-.GAN"1 \2ATLY ......w.:w..r' .-... . THIS COLUIMN CLOSES AT 3 P.M. s are at the e, ,C12, DMI, CLASSIFTID.. Classified Rates. Twos cents at word a day, paid ini advance. Minnimum charge for first day, 25c., Minnium thereafter', 20c. Thre~e cents per word per day if charged. Whit _ space, charged for at rate. of five cents per agate line. Classifieds, charged only to towse having phones. iPhone, 864 NOTICE DON'T FORGET Smith Tire Repai...…

May 30, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 177) • Page Image 8

…____TIJ ICIA LAL . ....,. _,... ..z____-- -.. JAIY 1OFICIAL ..'BULLET IN1 lubiti*tioa !m the Blulestm far o~tastr ivOmties to all embears cf i. Vs1v~usty, Cos 'reeive nwih3 1; 7 . a' (11:30 a. tn. Saturay.) .1unme 'I WEDNESDAY, MAY 8d, 193 TNuber l; Last consultation hour will be held Tursday At 11.A. M. on ,May 31st, m 305' South Wing. P. E. BURSLlilf. Lie. Sp~oklj for l£n~fiieerss t'he folowing are on the program to $speak Thursday even...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 1

…fog tao xti PUT YOUR C) kb :I GOWN No. 176 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY. MAY 29, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE Fiv E BUILDINGS I I FA~LLSESSION! ETID1 UOSE, CLE11ENTS tY AND EMGINEERI\G HOPrS INCLUDED MCATE ELI BRARY COMMENCEMENTl ommnee On Medical Build. I Lawyers' Club Duringume Alphay . Boosts.IILI H. Hiam For PeidnQ9F0NA 0 .I 1H E STATE MORTGAGE f { lc~urIs G E R i MA N PL N toJse ' t ive. ., of r .e in J. Heinz O...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 2

…THE MTCHTCfAN DAPLY __ IA illIII ront We-, ddl to Beanty and of Old Site OF. i{EGNTS TO 'CATIO7N DiJIN~ Tiliigs1 1t1litY VISIT St" rUTJ SLIMMER HDTEL OFFRS I s STUDENTSMLMET I R. S. Melclhers of the Islington ho- tel, one of the largest of the summer resorts in Les .Cheeaux .islands, 12' mie~north-east of Mackinac island, will he at the Michigan Union at to- >..... day to intervileW students who desir~e, summer wvork at the hotel. Accordin...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

… unl~anoma mvayor To Protect Youth SOPHOMORES TO DISCUSS ADISRWORK THUSA SIGMA DELTA PI '25, to Hugh W ilson, '22. Wilson is a I ,iIAT S NNE o the Phi Kappa Psi fra- . IP . 3 ,y 41 {l( :r il N 1:11if t i 1I1 \ 1 r'\ r{± ~their, guests and other peo- may b:e in Ann Arbor durning I ncernont Week will find an ;'s entertainment with 1Robin ,d his followers ait the Sen- s'I play to be gi ~ei Thuirsday, , in the open-air~ theater to0 :ed on t...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 4

…L 1 il- AYA1L. 1 ANDAILJY ____ -- - -- AUPEJ 01? THE MICHIGAN ing except Monday ar by the Board in cations Conference Editorial is exclusiv ely en- >ication of all news tor~ not otherwise the local news pub- fice at Ann Arbor, s matter. or mail, $3.50. ress Building, May- 4 and 176-M Busi munictions not to exceed Soo words wd. tle , sigrnature not necessarily to in print, but as a a evidence of faith, otices of events vwil be published in...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 5

…A.j 4a -. tudies United Von Hinden burg Keeps Pre- War World Hdiking Tourl 4Fixn ery At MiitayrFunctions' fifty pound prickc on his backc contains mr.!ny Interesting notes. His berian Newfoundland dlog at- route is easilyv traceable by the namesj which bears the name "Bol- of thle towvns hie has passed through Lfld in more civilized coun-' which appear in his book. 1Pr,3sident ck"~~~~~ P.T oskeiz ini ons name, and thog;er of prom-! of 20...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

…\ i r ^ 7N N ...... \ '1 . Mr. ,... ... b,..Y.,.,.. I Ift I RUM, SULTS Wolverine Track Stock Rises After Triumph Over Buckeyes RfECEIVE ENTRIES FOR NET TOURNEY' 11 ke Three Singles and Both Doubles Matches for 4 to I Score Over Gophers ET 0. S. T TOAO1&RROW AT COLUIBUS IN FINAL CONTEST huck Mer1'e , who won the Big tennis.: singles ctampionship for higan and three f his Wolverine namatoh,..added another victory to ir list wh...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 7

…MICHIGAN DALY Classified--CQU't. . -- _ THIS COLUMN CLOSES IAT3 P.M ADVERTISING FOR RENT FOR RENT-Two light house keep-l :ng ros ery comfortabliy fur- nishied, use ofteectric wvasher, rent rr~~o~b~, 14 N. State, PhoueI 3422. 176-31 W1YVERN )IE)BERS TO SELL BLUZEBOOKS AT LEAGUE ]BOOTH M embers of W yvern will sell blue- book s this week for the benefit of 'thel Michigan League building fund. The books will be on -sale at the League booth...…

May 29, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 176) • Page Image 8

…___________ __ TV~ rv U IGA"N 0DAXlX- -- _ OFFICIAL' BULLETIN i Bulleis constructive notice to all members of py received uutl 1 .30. m. (11.80 tip. m. S~al-rday.) TUESDAY, MAY !!9, 1923 1Nnlmber 17i 1, Us: will }ac r~o conference of the deans \Vedno~day, May 30. M. L. BUR'TON. of( come zecinent exerc~lses only blank diploxmas or dummies will e diplomas proper will be distributed Immediately after- an Gymnasium, where they will previ...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…Y AOF Dai tti One No. 175 TWENTY PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUiNDAY,' MAY 27, 1923 TWENTY PAGES PRICE - 7 _ - I AILITARY W ES ENCIRCLI MOLD, (1ruWTN G FION LINES Dean To Address Armour Institute ! . I i F t i SPECAL PRLEY STUDENT MAY RACE. Q~fti~ 1Micigan NN-11I have one representa- #R E E ' ive at the Indianap~olis Speedw~ay In- ternat onal sr cop t'Okes next Wednes- (layt when the leading a 'itomtobile pil- ots of the ...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG AN, StUNDAY MAY 27, 1923 L Ue undre er ent Education A Comparison of Methods When a foreigner comes to our uni- CLEMENT SERVICE Professors, that is 'a matter only of versity directly from a high school of the students' concern. The professor the Old World, he usually finds him-;is wholly free to express himself, and self several years ahead of his Amer- o ae training to offer incentive to the Compare such a pr...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…THE MCGAN DAILY ________ CREWS :E VI&TORlIES hreUniversity of Pennsylvania ight-oared crews flashed to victory 1the nineteenth annual regattai of he American :Rowinig association on he Schiuykill river' today.f The 150 pound crew defeated Yale4 nid Princeton by only hialf ~a length~ fter a hard battle. Following this~ ace the Pennsylvania Junior varsity Ad the Princeton Junior varsity; cross the lihfe by half a length. Hiar- 'rd, weakening ...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, IMAY 27;, 1922 ;PAGE TWO 1 0 40* how C(har eteesr. CARROLL The Professor. The Professors Wife. I Cri The Young .Lady. The Young MIan, Pickiard Strauss, of Nvolfi-A err The Student Critic. ofi Detlovent, ofl frohofii, I? In The (Grouch. deas- Critc. (Vl You -ci- heari Edgar Guest. modtaern opiera? The Professor's Wife: Oiha i,gas I1he clii- g LaOiit f~ thinl t, 'r !ii wontierftl. Wonderful! Anditi r the first nigh...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…W., Addresses 'Wanted ors of the Veterans of For- who are seniors and ex- ideate in June are asked ir dome addres.s to A. F. 13 Thompson St. as soon Tius is necessary in or- nsfer ma~y he made to the The Daily advertisers. i TH IHIGAN DAILY 4, Op enfing Today TheI Mj~e siscAlways. Leads the Way professia from manageria.1 announcebtttt the ajestlo i theatre 1I I i /© iil~ ll/I iil II / SWEY1'ATER SK11i.T 9L'1] $5. r8 $11.47 ...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 3

…IttUN 1)AXMX I l~ Edited by Scogan l;IVREll-Z VOV' l13cala ays, i 1,' . Is' 'tt'else matters: that is the os- If you wroiled not iecul 1 1 -i,..Ible burden of Time wieihig on rou t iters antitrttshting yea a is ~earth, be tdrtunkentcotntinually. Drunken with t " Wittt wine, with ptoetry, or with virtue, will. idut he drunken. Antd ifsomtetimies, on tie stairs of a palace, or on the green sil Bitcht, c in the dreary' solitude of )-our own roc...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…t TIHL .MId I AN'DAILY _ SUNDAI 1Miiii~u ~ Uit1 in some slight measure, the problem standing of the two nations and a which has confronted the world ever deeper belief in the justice of both fsince nations existed as such, the peoples outlook. IEDITORIAL COMME~NT I SETT1f~ AMA N' STA flAI (The Tech) ,TICIAL 'NEWSPAPER OF THE_ question of "getting along." l;N VERSITY OF 311CJIGAN1 dished every morning except Monday; t; the Uyivcrsit...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 4

…fa F 'maa rqTHE MICHJAAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1923 Discrimination inPoetry -but They Know What They Like This article r'a a report of the re- ANDREW J. GREEN A cood arithmetician, by multiply- suIts of a. study, made by Mr H. J.Ing the figues in the"Total" coumn Brevr an myslf, f 90by the corresponding number o. er- Brevi and myself, of 90 papers, writ- of the examination of 90 prospective It is very pleasant to add that no orsthand adding th...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 5

…27, 1923 THE M ICHIGAN'IDAILY_______ _________ .r ._ . _ a.. - . r . ...m . START TODM VING AX STARTING, SUNDAY " . kI N 4. I, ,... 1 NO-ADVANA IN110IES'35c I ! OIL of ICture lf by ' , I a I v a = " . * r 4 ilk _ ' , / ;: ..-^'"- ,. , Yr , , ,,,. { , ; i ' (THE STORY THAT STARTLED. AMERICA -- THE PICTURE THAT WILL A.MAZE ALL THE--ATRE - GOERS .. ]he girls, of toda are mixing fez r e s1 in life, doing things ,that, ...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 100% EDUCATION Among the Magazines (Ctnd fr e By N . when he hears about the Dean of Stu- dents, and if we venture to show of- The liveliest thing in THE DIAL fense he is still more convulsed by for May is D. 1-. Lawrence's review i Stuart P. Sherman's "Americans.' our naivete. In the fcreign universi- It rambles along like this: "He smites ties the students are absolutely free the marauding Mr. Menck...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

…rrHE MICHIGAN DAILY, ; n <.3 .. ..: +o... I Ili lw ... urri r rry.w a. rr rrrM t " :, . .., , . , , ,, - b ......." 1ICHiIANTAAKSTE r WJa ' -(~C onnue so rt P re O de) a-' i , tie giwen k e l 1 ich gan,'and , ther tegprd. 714 sInches. (New Ohio field ree- to tummaiies:$ - , rdX Aerian legue 0yari daslk.-on ri.; Wttin 4 broad urn1- Wan by Hubbard, R H E h *higa~ ohIWtel, 1tich ga, se}. iltigan; ,send, Snyder, Ohio State...rca.......…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 6

…TH11E MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY G, 112 _____Sir -e odore Cook. Here.sa in to k !y three lading metropolitan 'ana- ---- btsher's wordt on the back covet. ges. tit in view of the fact that en- 4Eti«e arc told that Lynch "makes a I l'opsn pnin fi.mrt mat s most adlmred quality- or- tr poigoiin fismrt rx" . ,'e--shine through the sortidness 01 are held by two severe and clerated- i he ring "There is notb- framoic critics, antI that many pe- igsot...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 7

…____ ___ ___ ___ THE MICI-iGAN I2AILY THIS M~OUMN CLOSES AT 3 PAM A DVERTI SING STUDENT RETURNS SFROM YEAR ABROAD' After a ycar. spent at. the Univer- sity of Paris and in travel through {France, 1Rcard C. Wolfe, 123E, of Chicago, has returned to Michigan to take his degree. Before leaving last year, Wolfe made arrangements to1 Woe k i .' Womebi to Wori n Jap 'aiOffce Tokio, May 26-(A.P.)-For the first timne in its history the war depart...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 7

…SN1 r_ _ C N DAILY PaGIE SEVN ceiing sentence is t an exclamation.i Don't e a meal for the cruel fish, M r., ab so S et les t a fliaili lit read in a a cadvoe, wvith Scha al fate yiiii cold rnever, a fating inflection, wish." EDWV(ARD CMACKyewih a nldd ntets gradedlthis version "est." I lisnt ascribe to ittay patiuar As for aofeld's 'Sea Fever,"on exellenice, but simply asokic it mayitfIftic finest things in te Englisi The tsitess msan gies in...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 8

…______ T~IIlE MICH IAN LAIL\_--A E DING ONa Is column shoul i30 o'clock ofj lication. y Men's Bible class : er Room, Lano ball. unday services In Ann 1es. of the Zioniist society ts' class, Church of in Upper Room, Lane Bible classes meet In Itouch with the Intramural depart- in Switzerland has searched the figure ment, 2268, at once, of a billion francs annually for a pop-' 'R Ieservations for the University Chain. ulation of four milli...…

May 27, 1923 • Page Image 8

…VAL . E IGHT THE 'MICHi"CaAN Al :LY - A., MAY 27, 192 drair his owe. ('t *its rct'.I outys~ ash to reminl him thn our P. T.O.W E s who favor "Steep) little frog, in Su m e lap so soft,"' are grog into our high ('ire not estimate what the results oh t test, to actual '1'. 0. Ii' might beS o ts W a But if, sometime in the far future ry little Matry comes onic to merei cting, Seets little frog, in my ap so - Experily Tiloreda soft," I shall burn ...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 9

…on 0o LL 4v ~att3 Section Two LNo. 175 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUjND.AY, MTAY 27, 1923 PRICE FIVE [JNCAPNTRS hop Early For Senior Women Who Will "Play "IEWODTI Rig WreFaa EYour Bluebooks In Annual Class Pr oduction SU ILL In Times of old IiJII: [I T f~~~~~luebooks, (th bore of a college C~yu redwa ig bt ow as the inevitaOF, tENIORSosi PLAYw: I(los, has it ever occurred to H~ A yotabateithayhamposnciaeleI S G'etid 46jr Rber Arhur As1?rt...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 10

…____ ____ ____ ____ ____THE MICHIGAN DAILY STIMALU#HDLODS KENOWN IN music (Continued from Page N~ie) lie performance of numbers from Bach D Mlinor Mass was a lovely h. The religiouis atmosphere es- fished was well carried on by the~ ic from "Parsifal" and coflcluded "The Hymn to Jesus". Earl V. re conducted the mass withi much e dignity and surety of his position n his con~ducting of the Wolf-Fer- ilast year wouldl have led us to ect. Stock,...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 11

…(Continued from Page Seven) to draw his own conclusions. I only wish to remind him that our P. T. 0. E.'s who favor "Sleep little frog, in my lap so soft," are going into our high. schools to teach English poetry! I dare not estimate what the results of' a test to actual T. O. E.'s might be. But if, sometime in the far future, my little Mary comes home to me re- citing, "Sleep little frog, in my lap so soft," I shall burn the school building, ...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 12

…I IV .FT 14 F Characters. The Professor. The Professor's Wife. The Young Lady. The Young Man. The Student Critic. The Grouch. Edgar Guest. The Professor's Wife: Oh wonderful. -Wonderful! the first night. too! CARROLL LANE FENTON Uniersity of lfichiqan Is it a;successful orchestra? We. have none Of-. The Young Critic: The symphony is wic of the great things Frauce has that was And -for The Professor: Waiter! The Young Lady: I think Mr....…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 13

…THE Ml( UNDAY, MAY 27, 1923 UNtDA .r_...-- ..... I' - 10 -r' 3 !( , .;> .',i' ,, ., ' '(, i I'. Sir Theodore Cook. Here, as in thie publisher's word on the back cover, we are told that Lynch "makes a mian's most admired quality-tour- age-shine through the sordidness of the ring . . . ." There is noth ing sordid about the ring. If one can call a sport where a man's corn- mon sense and coordination are al- lowed full sway ,then is the...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 14

…I inc on in Poetry, -but They Know What They Like This article is a report of the re- sults of a study, made by Mr H. J. Brevis and myself, of 90 papers, writ-' ten by university seniors, all prospect- ive teachers of English, in a test to measure discrimination in ability to judge poetry. It is not pretended that the group tested was large enough to indicate the average ability of all uzi- versity seniors. Being comnposed of' prospective t...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Theaters :-7 --....a, --____ . .. , , , . w ,. I P1.~YBarbara Laliarr and Eleanor Board.- man have the leading roles in Ru Pert Hughes, production, "Souls For rnIAk ~n) Sale, whiich is booked for a five-day ff the cast are as r un beginning Sunday. The setting hard, Grace Fry; ! for this picture is Hollywood, and the rd's minstrel, Nan'life and adventures of a moving plc- rig of the fairies, ture actre-ss form the ...…

May 27, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 175) • Page Image 16

…THEt MICHIGAN DAILY ______ ,. f LILY OFPICIA.LIBULLETN; Icatton 1-athe Bulletin tso outrtctlve aotic. to all member at aivernsity. Copy received uutil 3:34 b. in. (11:30-a, . . a rya.) me 3 SUNI) iy, 3MAY 27, 14:11 'N aber 175 rtmard fvo: Commencceint 1Day; .x lorrs selected by respective Class Presidents to, serve on. the fjonor for Commencement will meet w"ith Dr. May at the _Gymnasium,4:00 uesdai. May 29. L. M. GRAM. C1hief Marshal. ne...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…AM iAa A6F tj Al rnTu GAME TOY EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE IFIVE3 No. .174 -- 1 EAT OVATION, N RUHR STAND0 MENISTIEANA! CIIS s )S AS4 PRE31IIER IS SUJPPORTEID LAND TRIUMWPHS ITHI GOVERNMENT i Threatens To Appeal ple If Itesignation Is Again Offered To Q, arls, May 25.-The entire cham- of deputies with the exception of Communists gave Premier Poin- a. great ovation when he entered ...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…T14E MICHIGf AN DAILY ____ e: ras Oil Blaze Kills Fiften; Fire Loss Mounts Into Millions VBARSITY BAD AS ALUMNIE£NTER1AINM9ENT 1Sg lUE :Akeise Appfhlcautto. lterates Front PLAIN'XEI) TO AMUSE OLD IS° '" ril u e MIEASIJRE cl Change In the state laws, to bar persons of°- buhnrai itlct or iliteratesfrom opeorating motor ve- liceles, as u mean of reddig the ttnaumber of 'atomovb lie accidents, :s proposed by r. 1. Gdie, executive secretar...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

…12J, 1923 0 THE M ICHIGAN DAILY A --__ __------ INE OFFICERS OVER POSITONSI Newostss n onigStetCl MPIDN CONIITTEE 'EAP1uE SECHRETYTO WqI LL mEE&FbT -T1,S41YIFCsPTuiNEW[POSITION .1 01DA)IND INEW BOAI:)S AT Installation ceremionies for 1the nrew officers; of the Winenv Laguewer held yesterday afternoon in Sarah as well Angell h:,l'1 The folowing wo- men rwore tutroduced as newofficers for the coning year: reside "nt, L1- en DelbIr:,; ;V...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 4

…TH-E MICI ac;'AN D.AILY !k f _ .- ... . ..- . ,- ,... OFFICIAIL NEWSPAPER OF THlE UNIVERITY OF NIC HIGAN . Pulished every morning except Monday ritig the Univer'sity 'year by the Board in 'ontrol of Student P'ublications Memibers ;of Western Conference Editorial ,i~he Asociatd ,re..'s is exclusively en- led o th usefor republication of all news spatches credited to it or not otherwise edited in this paper arnd the local news pubo- sed...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 5

…THlE MICHGA N DAILY i... ==S=== y 1= .. N- w \ 01r, * 1 \ \ r . . 5 .W- .. Th~ Shulz rocery G T eTE HOME or PurE FOODS PHONES 326-327-328 114-116 E. WASHINGTON ALWAYS BEST AT I Weinmaufn-Geisendorfer .Co: THREE PHONES-1500--ONE NUMBER Baittle Creek Health Foods wroi --- i r e war- nrr rrNir We have the most complete line of Battle Creek Foods in the city. Their newest food, "Zo" is toothsome' toasted. It is rich in foo...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 6

… THE MICHIGAN DAWY _. .. . .. ....Y ~ ""r+s..o.,.rr e a rrrrw suirwy "o''' Ifi~hifli Or' X11111111) . 1 AN MEETS 0. S, U. TODAY IN L DUAL TRACK MEET oF YER _, _. "Georgia Peach" stil i PRynning As Great Player, FISHER'S IUNDEFEATED NINE. MEETS VI, S, N. C. TODAY ON, FERRY FIELD, SPORT SNAP SHOTS ell's Squad Doped to Win Easily From Buckeye Runners at Columbus EYE BIG TEN CLASSIC iJUNE 1-2 AT FERRY FIELDI With hopes flying hi...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 7

…ITHE MIChIGAN DAILY ... _____ X i rB I THIS COLUM CLOSES AT 3 POM. Classified-Con't. N.v Fromn Other Colleges Or goni-The annual tug-o i'A r -wa ; ycecu'icts and deeds be worthy ?srtagfed. se veral days ago arnd iwon b feua~nb future classes." the class of. '25. The freshmen hQJld- the second year men for some min- Lh id5nf -n the annual eel- utes but finally lost in the struggle,i lege wit. contest conducted by judge, jwhich accordin...…

May 26, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 174) • Page Image 8

…TI L -I I PAN:b l ... DALYOFFICIAL BULETIN1 Pubiceaton In the Bulletin t costructve notice to all members o- th I n~vi st. Copy receved oti3 tP . im. (11:3 a. im. Rtuday) Volume $8, SATERDA, MAY 2, 1923 Number 174 Robert Froet:# n Tihe Enlglsh department announces two public readings from his own ieoems by Robert Frost. They Will be gven in Sarah Caswell Angell hal, on" 'Iuesday' and Thursday evening of next week. These readings ar initende...…

May 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…HE WEATHER GENERALLY FAIR TODAY L -Ilk AIP A6F W AW a UkAI PUT ON YOUR CAP A GOWN EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1923 EIGHT PAGES PRICE IFIVED XXXIII. No. 173 ..r. ...,.....,.,. r TMINISTR Baldwin Is Best Successor PENALTIES DECIDED IIT r IA-To Bonar Law,_Says Wenley Y MMIFFS IN U" IJUI ILI IULLUIVIIUI ACTIO0N OF SENATE'1 MILLERAND DECLARES THAT HE WILL NOT ACCEPT RES- IGNATIONS POINCARE'S RUHR PLAN IS BONE O...…

May 25, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…FMT( "AN DAIL Y INLET H15 ORIAIIPIj (Continued from Page One) ! tions now standing with their backs the wall are opensdl again to Lug. hi trade, then England will again osper. Untill such settlement oc-. rs, no prime minister can be se- ro in his position. One rather interesting factor com~esY here which may prove his undoing, ofessor Wenley declared. No one ows exactly what Lloyd George is iug to do. It is well k~nown that the rsonal frie...…

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