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June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…r 47 .pJ TH AINN ARBO0R, MICHIGAN, Ti HURSDAY, JUNE -00, 1921 < 1< Riegent Grant Lage Number~ Of Degre eAt Final ]' eetingOfYear ft1 WIN NO 1-0 S I R A U C K L A N D G I . C ME DE TAMM E S O 1AME, BUT FAILL F DIXON, YA - jTO '.a, IN .UN INITIAL WINS SECOND, ii Kno Cks i loner 111of One thous andl foue- hundred and 'eventeeon degrees, the large3t1num1e over granted at one time in the his- tory of the Uier sity, were voted by te...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

… b Uinturinii AT YOUR DC THREE TIM A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1921 PRICE FIVE C: an aw espec body o are f rentst he prc merica ade b Jor col an alu re on -'ii r C University Students Waste Too Place Engineers much Time In Idleness---uer At High Salary 10 }"It is my opinion that students in yet," said Mr. P'uffer, "you cannot REC0CNI1ES N[I! Every graduate of the department of IN MAlO the universities should be give...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…y to have avoid- lnaAmerican, and is G R A H AM TWO O O L 0 FA G3 a A w The whole affair, has, to a considerable extent, assumed the proportions, not so much of a contest between nations for the championship of the world as of a battle between one whom we admire simply for his brawn and one to whom we pay respect be- cause of his reputedgentlenty energy and hero- ism. It is a combat of -man against man, of skill and alertness against br...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…fE WOLVERINE f MHE SUMME3R [ICHIGAN. Afternoons. ard Street. 414. sities ? In addition, it is easy to see that, under such a comprehensive scheme, the head coaches would be given a better chance to look among the men for likely material, and their problems of getting try- outs would, in a large measure, be solved. Let us keep up the old college spirit by means of the Varsity team, but let us also give a thought to the physical education of ...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…ye .revious high mark. s- ed Subicribe for the Wolverine, $. II yotir tires, repairs storage see Cadillac tge Co. and benefit heir Quick Service Garage CO. ftli Main Street E. Schmit. Prop. ANNOUNCE SUMMER, ECTU REPROGA List Issued by Dean Kraus is Most Complete Ever Offered During Session MANY SUBJECTS OF CURRENT INTEREST TO BE DISCUSSED A complete list of the special lec- tures, concerts, and excursions 'that have been arranged for the...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

… of Sports with the lowly Cincinnati Reds. Un- less the Pirates play better ball thanf they did against New York theirj chances to retain the lead will be small. In the American league the Yankees are keeping up their steady pace and are always threatening to overtake he Indians, but never seem to have quite the punch to step into first place. The Cleveland pitchers have rot been going up to their usual, 'orm, and unless Bagby regains his old ...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…and (in ne Tala- 'h School) Hedri cl , 'ions -ora Crated) nization and Supervi- )Dean S. A. Courtis, lege, Detroit. r Ilighl School 1Ma the;- R . Hedrick, Univer- ,Pr * AuguiSt1%) p. m.The Conservation of th Through Food an~l Drug In7- tion, Prof. C. C. Glover. p. m.-Concert. Faculty of fthe ersity School of Music (Hlill aud- August 11 p. in.- The Bicentennial of llett, Prof. R. M. Wvenley. p. m.-E''dicational motion pic- s. At1gulSt12 p....…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 14) • Page Image 4

…', k r ,, . I DA for north as Port Arthur. From there they will return by boat down the Pacific coast to Portland, Ore., where r Dean Effinger will visit his brother. ith They will return to Ann Arobr through h's the Rockies via the Canadian Pacific st. railroad. ng Subscribe to the Wolverine. $.75 for the rest of the Summer.--Adv. VATERMAN, CONKLIN' SWAN d Ev'EsHA RP FYN.E POINT M CLOCKS r & Fuller SreetJewlers. Union Ice Plant Defies Un...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…ult in an jnhro be has become a god, endiowed reat con- with all1 the ,vrtues. H-is briliant war ow" with; record is one reason for this, and his to "never keen intelligence and speed in battle 'is another. These things have mad~e him a popular hero of fthe first magni-. * tude, and there is little doubt but that ond his many American's would be glad to see of events the 'championship go over the water f~ a false to France because of this frie...…

June 30, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…iU 's party, asking them to t the Manston House in Lay for a conference, )RGANTZE ail CRI ABLER WAR VETERAN S USE AII"HUYEb DIAMMN itman, of Cincinnati. led in the University founder of the na- ion of disabled war to organize a branch is summer. Arbor While a student at the , University of Cincinnati ,Quit"an founded the first chapter, co-operating with the Ohio Mechanical Institute Disabled Soldiers association, in April 1920.' At presen...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… atu. rt e AT YOUF THREE A A WEEK ,.. , ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921 PRIC' PRICE - - r ELECTED ACK LEADER ,r Walter H. Simmons, '22E, of Rich- ond, was elected captain of the 19221 rsity traci team by the members of' e 1921 squad. Simmons was Mich- an's leading point winner in the 100 d 220 yard dashes in the season st past.' M A N Y O L D G R ADEI -H O H II~Ssg u l E I f i Think Correctly, Feel Correctly, Work H...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…L; i t /a AT YOUR~ THREE1 AWE] ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921 PRICE r t ; AND STUDENTS IR HIGR PRICES ITE STREET FIRMS TAG DAY SUCCESSFUL IN RAISING FUNDS FOR-COMPLETION OF WORK OF UNIVERSITY FRESH AIR CAMP UNION SUMMER SPOTLIGHT HE fBPEETTINTNG~ ACTS, OFIE YCAMPUS A Iu JTROIT Y LOWER Be PURDUE PRESIDENT DIES Banff, Alberta, July 28.-Dr. W. E. Stone, president of Purdue university, at Lafayette, Ind., gave his ilfe...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE WO LVERiNE --- ----- ----T HE-W O..__-gR--- 'inc 'iE SUMMERL;3 of No ex- Mlanaging Eatot norPe s Manager r like mate- ideal government measures which were designed fr the{ good of all. What rankles most in the breast of the average American, in this respect, is to hear how patents are so manipulated as to give the clever patentee control offer the distribution of a hundred and one other things lie never invented. Concerns may do...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…lr If w 'vLiV i~I' I ic. No readily be overcome if the authorities of the Con- .ference were to take up the scheme. With recogni- tion given to summer athletics, it would seem at first glance quite possible that the games might be con- ducted under regular Big Ten rules, and if so, var- sity men should be as well able to play legally as any others. Even if the letter wearers were to be bar- red, however, certainly, if enrollment figures a...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…es, and ing ot- EXCLUDE~S TIJRES LU ULI UIIL UUMIIU FOUR NEW STRUC- AND PU1CHASE OF LAND SITES 1 -Woman of good standing ommunity to take orders for hrubs, roses, vines, bulbs, ioned flowers. Permanent. commission paid promptly. vering or collecting. Write First National Nurseries, er, N. Y. 1-1 -Canvassers for a hardware y. Can make from $10 to $15 y. Michigan Metal Products ttle Creek, Mich. 1-1 JCKLE, ,Following the meeting of the Boa...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…LVERINE A1 -.. __ . into the regular lineup this year was small. Perrin will revert to Boston at the close of the baseball season. Centre May Play Boston Boston college has opened negotia- t- tions with Centre college for a foot- y ball game this year. The famous iy colonels are much in demand and, - ever since their record of 1919, they have been one of the big noises in - Southern football. Last year the ap- ke apearance of the Kentucky...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Wagner, room 220, En- Law '18-Alexander Brede, Clarissa Vyn, room 109, Tappan hall. 406, '19-James P. Adams, rooms 105-106 Tappan hall. '19E-Roy W. Elliott, Library build- La ing. '19M-Horace Wray Porter, West am- Engi- phithpater, Medical building. Alumni of the college of architecture Del- meet at the office of Prof. Emil n. Lorch, room 209, Engineering build- 348, ing. ,A Glen Subscribe for the Wolverine, $1. Leave MANY EVENTS FOR SE...…

June 28, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…THUJ SODA PRICE BALLOT t and mail to: The Wolverine, ass Buildinig, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Mark X before statement of your opinion) ] I believe the prices charged for sodas and sundaes in rbor are too high, and should be reduced. ] I believe the prices charged for sodas and sundaes in rbor are not too high. Name........................... Address........... ..... . ...... fW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… lu It~ AT YOUR THREE T A WEEK I r"- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1921. PRICEFI S RETURN FALLS TRIP The 54 members of the excursion f 1 party to Niagara Falls, under the di- T rection of Prof. I. D. Scott and Prof. K. C. McMurry, Af the geology de- partment, returned Monday morning to Ann Arbor. The members of the party left Ann ON Arbor Friday afternoon and went to Detroit via the Michigan Central. At Detroit they immedi...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 2

…VJi )I <A 3 T Is. must be extremely shocking to the purist and the stickler for correctness of speech. Something is lacking in the education of the col- lege graduate who has not learned to speak his moth- er tongue clearly, correctly, and with distinctness. Certainly, we who are here fitting ourselves for busi- ness or for one of the professions, including that of teaching, should take some pains to get away from the barely understandabl...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…shed by the present day athletes. dock, of the University of South- California, has tied the world rec- in the 100 yard dash, and has ped off 2-5 of a second in the yard run. Thompson, of Dart- ith, did the supposedly impossible n he covered the 120 yard hur- in 14 2-5 seconds and broke the )rd set by Bob Simpson of Mis- ri. The new records are proof t the track n'en of today are im- vin'g with the steady training they eive in the well equippe...…

June 26, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

…JUUb. OF UINNE, ARBGR,. DIES; embers of previous ill be that of Rob- who will sing a >wn songs and will y a Hawaiian or- ril The program will be opened by 2?, Howard Ramsay, '21E, in a Scotch ng, monologue. His impersonations, par- en ticularly of Harry Lauder, have al- al-, ways been well received in campus eir entertainments. of The second act will be that of Max by Jaslowv, whose dramatic skit will be accompanied bla Margaret Gratton, '2...…

June 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…I Wntueriur AT YOUR DOC THREE TIME A WEE-K , ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1921. PRICE FIVE .,.. - Connick 's Works Now On Display Prof. Emil Lorch announces that the College of Architecture has just received and will presently exhibit preliminary sketches in water color by Charles J. Connick of Boston, of three aisle windows fQr Saint Mark's church, Minneapolis. There is also a lumier plate made from one of these windbws . be...…

June 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…, I t- ' Tw w 7 W '- - V- .PER OF THE SUMMER SITY OF MiCHIGAN. and Saturday Afternoons. uilding, Maynard Street. ; Editorial, 2414. )URS: :oo Daily, except Saturday. words, if signed, the signatures print, but as an evidence of published in The Wolverine ft or mailed to the office. eceive no consideration, No the writer encloses postage. ily endorse the sentiments ex- a -plan were to be worked out, ,it would not be too much to hope that a ...…

June 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…v r tv i. i .~ m Suits ll_ In The Line Of Sports T'chards Defeats William II, internationalist and An Vincent Richards, holder of the na- is cup member, 6-2, 6-2, tional junior and western tennis cham- final round in Providence pionships, defeated R. Morris William, terday. ]I I' only 0o (By Harry B, Grundy) No Title Bouts in Michigan Championship boxing matches will be prohibited in Michigan in the fut- ure. This is the edict from G...…

June 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…LV RINE I ological tests have also been proven of value in the determination of a 1S T S witness fitness to testify at a trial. A picture is shown to the subject for ne) perhaps a minute, and he is then its own called upon to tell what le saw, and tests, in what he would be prepared to swear upon to that he saw.. In this way his accu- ches de- racy and memory are fairly sized up. ther fig- The newspaper reporter's journalistic or quick- abi...…

June 21, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…&'durrzz AT YOUR DC THREE TI A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1921 } PRICE inical Laboratory Conducts 'est On Steel Automobile Wheels A physical test to determine the re- lative strength of wooden and steel automobile wheels is at present being conducted in the mechanical laborator- ies of the University. The work, which S is being done for the Jefferson Forge company, of Detroit, is under the di- rection of Walter E. Lay...…

June 21, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…tinuance of it later, does not lie so much in a change of location as in a variation from the usual round, .Y....__._ . 0 F U ,T rrs r, n OF OF .N. rsday, and Saturday Afternoons. Press Building, Maynard Stret. es, 96o; Editorial, 2414. ICE HOURS: o to 5:oo Daily, except Saturday. eed 300 words, if signed, the signatures shed in print, but as an evidence of will be. published in The Wolverine -r, if left or hailed to the office. will r...…

June 21, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

… fches in Paris. It is novelists that is ground Paris - th< halls, the Apaches, and hectic. Billy .to a man of rare ies several damsels n is leading woman d has an important g is cast as a par Apache. 3 '' t f In The Line Of Sports i E P . , (By Harry B. Grundy) TSHA R POIN 4KLIN p rTI In the Big leagues this year there are two of the closest fights in re- cent years going'on. In the National league Pittsburgh has shown unex- pected ...…

June 21, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 10) • Page Image 4

…the last issue of The Wolverine s stated that the religious.service in front of thi Library last Sun. evening, at which time the Rev. id McFadyen spoke on the sub- "Fellow-workers with God", was first Union service of the Sum- session. The statement was in- ct, as this was the second meet- f the summer 'series, the first hav- een held on July 10. Rev. L. A. ett, pastor of the Presbyterian ch, was the speaker at the first ~ / Subscribe to the ...…

June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…I 'I. tu ert t AT YC THREE T 'T A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1921 PRICE r _ g QOMPILES DIRECTORY iNAT HOSHI'GHP S 'CHARGED AT STATE STREET STORE[,S s irectory of all students enrolledI Summer session is being pre- by tihe Union and will be for use tomorrow afternoon. ist is compiled from the rec- of the registrar's office, which een turned over to The Wolver- usiness office. Because of the hat The Wolverine was...…

June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…vv V L 9 should / ttempt indefinitely to continue the increase in mber of highly competent faculty members, er to keep up with the growing enrollment, be a difficult and expensive proposition., A ing up on entrance requirements and a gen- nitation on the number of students, however, be influential in keeping out many 'who could would not make good, and thus, by lessening penseg of the state, ought to make possible adequate improvements, ins...…

June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…or more play- play will not ie cue will be he winner. is eligible to compete,, and with the large number of Summer school students it is ex- pected by the Union officials that this tournament will create as wide an in- terest as those put on by the Union during the regular term. With many players here from other schools, live- ly competition is looked for. Table' charge will be free. Entries may be made now at the desk in the Union billiard r...…

June 19, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…-a ! IN Z' concerts are given free to the general ! student public as weliras to the com-J munity and form an important part of the School of Music's comprehensive scheme for the general development of music in Ann Arbor and its environs.- SCOPE OF I. 0. T. C. WORK TO BE BROADENED IN FALL ROBUINS UIE STALK .OIN PLYMOUTH PEGRIMS ," 1 any way in- most cordial- ring a friend [ SEEKEL,' President. .1 A j~ Ld One) short years, ears of ef- s...…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…I Mr, rtrt AT r U THREE TIM A WEEK -1 r r - : ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1921 PRICE 1l11i) PRICE WI 1 n 1Y BONUS BILL RETURNED TO PRE SIDE NTI By a vote of 47 to 25, the sold- iers' bonus bill was sent back to the senat'e finance committee late yesterday afternoon. In return- ing the bill to the committee,t the senate carried out the re- quest of President Harding made earlier in the week in a message warning the sen...…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…)L V JL J I IN k, has to live. At the present the THE SUMMER MICHIGAN. lay Afternoons.' aynard Street. , p2414. except Saturday. igned, the signatures tas an evidence of d in The Wolverine ed to the office- consideration. No encloses postage. ethe sentiments ex- time, twenty-four students are employed in tfte tap- room alone, and during the regular school year, two hundred persons, one-half of which number are stu- dents, are employed i...…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…1 S V L 1 this meet the Tiger team will ed by the track stars from Cor- rho will combine their strength hat of Princeton in an endeav-F again defeat the English combi- . Among Princeton's athletes >n Lourie, Charles Halsey, and peers, who were instrumental in ger win last July. With this of athletes Keen Kitzpatrick's >gether with Moakley's men thaca will present a formidable y team. great- Tesreau Again to Coach Dartmouth >f the Jeff Tesre...…

June 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…- r The subject of the sermon at the Unitarian church Sunday is "What the World Needs: the Economic Answer, which will be given by the minister, Rev. Sidney S. Robins. Rev., Charles T. Webb will preach at the regular morning service of the Episcopal church on the topic, "Seed". Public worship at the Baptist church is held at 10:30 o'clock, and Rev. John Mason Wells will speak on '"The Spirit in Our Materialistic; Age". At the Bible class for ...…

June 14, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…. A I r turrtUr AT YOUR DC THREE TIM A W ;1 s ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1921 PRICE FIV *. y, .: t t I 1 1* FRIDAY REFUSES M. A. C, OFFER I Indian UniversitIy Plan Peculiar, Says Professor Horne in Interview Ia 0l1I Prof. David Friday, of the eco- nomics department, in atele- gram to Governor Groesbeck just before the State Board Agriculture met yesterday, deli- nitely refused to consider, for the present year, ...…

June 14, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…nation. Every gallon of for- the United States means a -adually disappearing oil sup- 1i C G KAA TWO II_ it HE A 0 Ile M A HI S T 0 Kt En A M BNM En gnatures Ce No But if Chairman Fordney is so tender of the pressing oil needs of the' country, why is he so strik- ingly indifferent to the even more pressing lumber needs of the country? The domestic shortage of the oil supply is nothing like the lumber shortage. There is oil enough...…

June 14, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…I ..... most of 'I Sand- a. Teas- s. But lie her- ore pastor al, not ,t so rugge :. Carl ,brutal, search-! ost are the ex- s, of the firve men- -Of the two Sandburg pleases me the m~ore, but even to one so polemi-' cally inclined as myself Frost reaches into the emotions. In a manner Frost is an abioge- netic product. His writing does not resemble the sweet sounding piffle ofI the Harvard school, nor yet, as I have intimated, is he a "resu...…

June 14, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…Critique (Continued from Page Three) ; Even the sedate, singingrhyme has] given way to verse that is more free; from the restrictions of conventional poetry. "Home Burial" is an excellent bit of writing. It recalls an episode in Knut Hamsun's, book, "Growth of the Soil". But "Al Servant to Servants" is the poem which most' intrigues me. It touches on tha't vast field so little t touched by any writer of merit - the ) true American peasantry. H...…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…Y kwrinr IAT YOUR Di THREE TIN -1V A WEEK -. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1921 PRICE FIVE i i . Plan Summer ETennis Tourneyl OLD TEAM MATES mno iIN ]-iv-vF 270 ENROLLED, FINA EISTIMATE1 I: LL; ,NEED for at for the for ad- pital for ment, 28 the staff Arrangements are now being made' I UL II I. LFuULI to hold an all-campus tennis tourna- ment for Summer school students. Perri and Parks Oppose One Anotler The tournamen...…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…No ex 'I, 1. M. Bramble Alfred J. Wright limited their enrollments in some cases, and have allowed them under no condition to grow too large and so become uncontrollable. Peirhaps those insti- tutions have the right idea; possibly, even probably, a similar action here would result in more benefit for the University. At least it is fairly certain that if we would forget numbers for a time, quit talk- ing Michigan up merely-as the biggest Un...…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…poor exhibition and a contenders. Pur- linois appeared for .eaders, but Michi- I of form after she es, overturned the race and the year ,n, Purdue and Wis- t honors. Michigan of sevien straight rally believed to team, although the d not be definitely displayed its offensive power when it drove the Indians' two star hurlers from the mound and annexed the game by a 10 to 4 score, which placed the two teams in a tie. Michigan's next game with Wi...…

June 12, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…0 L V E . 1 IN OLVE I IN £~ .." S' NOR. GREAT PRtOBLEMS BEFORE BRITISH INN INDIA-IIOILNE I (Contmnucd from Page One) one native Indian governor of a prov-1 ince has yet been appointed. This native legislature, according to -professor Horne, is empowered to-con- trol such important andvaried prob-I lems as education, agriculture; indus- try, local self-government, public works, building, and so on. TIhe offi- cial half of the governmnent ...…

June 11, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…1 Abp ASO p1 43atI OATAND) 0 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1921. nol r-, - , _. _' - a nal Gargoyle To Appear Soon WILL GIVE ADDRESS 3SADOR SPEAKER By . .H. Depicting a general "vacating" scene on its three color cover, the Gargoyle for June, which; will, appear early next week, shows three stu. ents (?) assembled at the M. C. sta- tion, apparently waiting for the tra- ditional chemin de fer. . A burlesque musical comedy wi...…

June 11, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…ad tkerein. bigan, as second 'nard Street. s, if signed, the sig- at as an evidence of in The Daily at the to The Daily offilce. sideration. No man- (ses postage. the sentiments e- nerved after 8 o'clock ...,.GEORGE O. BROPHY JR. ...........Chesser M. Campbell ...................Lee Woodruff . .. I . ahl err ..LEGRAND A. GAINES, JR. .D P Joyce . . . .. ...S. Kunstadter ............. F. M. Heath ... R. Priehs . ...........V. F. Hil1ery -r...…

June 11, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…summer Secretarial Training or Commercial ol. A full Teaching Course this Summer or next 01. A full Fall. Hamilton Business College.- chool of Adv. -Adv. Genuine Engraving anid Embossing. Supple- Order your visiting cards now. 0. D. ng with a Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv. .member! CITY BAGGAGE SERVICE - is - GOOD BAGGAGE SERVICE 1STANFO RD TODA4Y. Munz and Angell to Oppose Visitors; Will Be. Their Last Ap. pearance CAPT. NEER AND DAVI...…

June 11, 1921 (vol. 31, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…______THE N ONE 0 00 Delivery 'i everything I ALIEN, IS CHHGE Formier Lit Student Raps Amnerleauii N ewspapers for Treatment of Foreignert lijEt,_Rs UI"\T,,) STMIFESl 31UST CHANGE ITS ATTITUDE; Charging the American press with £ harsh and impractical proposals for Americanization, Nazareth I, Manguoni '20, devotes a long 'article in the cur- rent issue of Education to a discourse on Migration and Americanizatioin with solutions to the p...…

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