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June 30, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…1 '' A 5 r ~~ -.-- , _ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1923 r:. .- r 4 TE UNDS ITINUED1 CUPATION NCES FRANCE IR UNTIL IN- IS PAID ION DOLLARS TED UNANIMOUSLY Wildly Cheered in Upper on, Conclusion of Stir- ring Speech une 29.-(By A.P.)-Enthus- as is seldom witnessed in e was aroused by Premier today when at the end of speech asking the upper vote -the credits' necessary ihr occupation, he informed ibly that although France...…

June 30, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…The As- led to the dispatc~hes lished here- nn Arbor, beauty wholly without precedent. But the end is not yet, and a time will,~ come when a city of air castles will be a practical reality. Why wouldn't it be a wise idea to try to stop the bootlegging in the UT. S. before meddling with the outside' nations who are transporting liquor? If we can't catch the bird in our own back yard, what kind of a chance have we? Someone asked uas thud other ...…

June 30, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…I . in 6 IN FRANCE SIIUII U~tUaLs 1 oJuay U. S. Air Methods 1, nce ; fif- line per i ard makes exchanged, ,L Phone 1718 1-tfr p. ,{ ,l .. . i _ den only 60' miles. Own- ar. ee A. H: Pollard at e,, 209 S. State St. after U.F.N. >om house close to State le for instructor. Can for only $5,800.60. Gor- tate Agency, Wuerth Ar- 8-2 Bargain for quick sale. t with double case, $20. 1026 E Univ 8-2 >om house with large lot garage. Southeast s...…

June 30, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…L D U L etive notice to 10 p. m. (11:30 E 30, 1923 all }inembers of a. m. Saturday.). Number 1$s ing Him College First Degree Philadelphia, June 29.-(By A.P.)- George Gust, an employe of ithe Carl Fischer, of the Philadelphia buildings and grounds department Quak College of Osteapathy and Gerald Em- was injured yesterddy when he fell 20 Ctania erson, of Columbia, will meet in the feet from a scaffold, /while engaged earthqui final round fo...…

June 29, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…ODAY ,. t 4kv 4hr E DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE '7 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1923 PRICE FIVE C ON DA SPROBLEM I EDUCATION 4, PHYSICS, CHEMIS- OLOGY ARE BASIC TUDIES .I 1 I . FENDS1 LAST, CLASSICS EVENING of Free . Election is Fortnate Says Educator of 'he true theory of education is' guiding of ignorance by intellig- Sinto knowledge. Its true aim is development of each individual to be point of highest excellenc...…

June 29, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…APER OF THE1 F MICHIGAN ESSION ning except Monday Sion. ated Press. The As- ively entitled to the I Text Books and Supplies for . N'Wtlm i epublicationr of af anews dispatches It is an odd happening in the ex- ~ozo not" otherwise credited in and the local news publishd here- perience of a reviewer that he shouldt °_discuss at length in a column which £ at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, purports to consider only contempor-t as second class ma...…

June 29, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…LE~TTER: .CASE _ the death of Mrs. ie of Prof. E. C. i geology and pal- nt who' died in Lon May 15, were received, by Deant rom '~ Prof. Case a to the letter Mrs. Case's erred, very suddenly, just, hiours after she was strick- mrt~ trouble. The trouble it about by a chili which ed ,during, an automobile rain. She was taken to Immediately and lapsed in- of unconsciousness from recovered only a. few mo- )re her death. Interment Ln Cape Town. a...…

June 29, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…Pressident Warren G. Harding and the Group L E T N ajof Notables Accompanying Him to Ala rib' IL U the Bulletin is constructive notice to Cony received until 3:30 . m. (11:30 FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1923 all members of a. m. Saturday.) .number 187 IVuD mer Arrangements for President's Office: During the months of July and August the President will be away from city. The President's Office will be open and in charge, of Miss. Natalie Iurphy, Sec...…

June 28, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…rtI I fltd Y 'SHOWERS COOLER (Lj r urm'r r lt.~t = l :43 ttl ASSOCIAT PRESS a. DAY AND NIGHT IV SERVICE ,C ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 19231 PRICE FIVE C w ,, i , IL LEAGUE INCE OPENS TMORROW ILL BE HE FOR ANN MEETIN WILL RESS OF" ARTERSI L . A 7 EDITOR I AL BLIND IN BOTH EYES In the wake of a deluge of editorial approval for the stand taken by form- er President Meiklejohn of Amherst,; the Institute of Publi...…

June 28, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…#.111A 4K. IIUA1IS.AIN L umer it:4 autti PER OF THE bished every morning ecept Monday ig the summer session. , ember of the Associated Press. The As- ted Press is exclusively entitled to the for republication of all news dispatches ied to it or not otherwise credited in paper and the local news published here- tered at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, .igan, as second class matter. bscription by carrier or mail, $.so. leces: Ann Arbor Press Bui...…

June 28, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…L--. IVAJ __ F / Hinsdale Tells Story Of Indian Mound Builders, 71 hicago Flightl .,os.. .. "The name 'Stone Age' is given to i "The most distinctive remains inI the Stone Age more as a matter of courtesy than as a matter of fat," de- clared Dean Wilbert D. Hinsdale yes- terday afternoon, in a lecture on "The Stone Age in Michigan," before Sum- mer session students, in the Natural Science auditorium. "Man in the Stone Age used tools ...…

June 28, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…Y OF I CIALBULLETIN on in'the Bulletin is -constructive notice to all members of ersity. Cony received until 3:30 n. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) 3 THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1923 Number '186 rangements for President's Office: the months of July and.August the President will be away from he President's Office will be open and in charge of Missi Natalie Secretary to the President, during the month of July, and dur- nth of August Professor Frank E. Rtobbi...…

June 27, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…dl )COOLER )AY pk rI I ~1I~itll PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERTICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1923 PRICE FIVE ,. ... / . . I RS1TY GETS Admlb MUIRm w Am&,ou 0 FOR RESEAR T SURGEONS CARE, CABOT SIN' LECTURE 'S OF COMPETENT PHYSI- TANS ARE AVAILABLE AND ISHOULD BE CONSULTED GES COMMON SENSE IN HEALTH CRISIS I Judgment Should be Used in ISelection of Sur- eons here is no such thing as a sur- 1 operation free from dange...…

June 27, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…~iUKVerse and Werse.U ROF THE Ve s n ICHIGAN IO eON except MondayL mm mm u u u a ® of the As ociated Press. The As- ress is ex clusily entitled to the pubiication of a news dispatches o it or ototherwise credited in and the local news published here- at the postoflice, Ann Arbor, as second class matter. tion by carrier or mail, $1.so. Ann Arbor Press Building. deations; if signed as evidence of will be published in The Sunimer the discret...…

June 27, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…TH.E THEATERS Screen-Today Folk Songs: Bendemeer's Stream ..... ...Irish Gospel Train.....Negro Spiritual The Zephyr............Mexican Zummerzetzhere . . . ... English Mr. Lindegren Juba Dance ..........Nathaniel Dett Sunrise ............Anton P'rovaznik C sharp minor Prelude .......Rachm C sharp minor Prelude. Rachmaninoff Mrs. Reed Accompaniments by Russell L. Gee French Flyer Dies in Fall Jean Casale distinguished him Darmeraucourt, Fr...…

June 27, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…it BULLETIN Brumm Stresses Notables Attend National Meet Relation Between To Aid Wheat Growers In Cri Press And Public I UIl illetin is constructive notice to received until 2:30 . m. (11:30 EDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1923 all members of a. m. Saturday.) Number 185 notices for the Daily Official Bulletin should be left in the Office of mmer Session before 3:30 p.in. of the day preceding its appearance. Tr Arrangements for President's Office: .ri...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…4t1 F i C AbF . :43 1.: DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE .. . n. No. 4 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1923 PRICE 500. ARE REGISTERED As SESSION UPE ASINSULIN' FND, PHILANTROPHIST DONATES MON- EY FOR STUDY OF NEW DIABETES CURE WILL OPEN NEW FIELD OF MEDICINE HERE Cabot Enthusiastic Over Gift; Says Possibilities Wide for Great Work Announcement of a gift to the Uni- versity of $10,000 by John D. Rocke- feller, Jr., for the st...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…)F4ILIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION iblshed every morning except Monday g the summer session. ember of the Associated Press. The As- ted Press is exclusively entitled to the for republication of all news dispatches ted to it or not otherwise credited 'in paper and the local news published here- iered at the postofice, Ann Arbor, tgan, as second class matter. bscription by carrier or m~ail, $1.5o. lces: Ann Arbor Pre...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…Li r Deluge Continues r S ED fWontinued rom. Page One)' sor Prayer sai, "Rather than con- demn France for her occupation ofj the Ruhr, we should pity her and, with her bemcan~ the fact that it wasl necessary for her to seize the coal lands of Germany. Germany 'refused to pay heer indemnity, and, sino?, fFrance has spent immense sums of money in reconstruction and in penl- sions, she, needs money.. England and America would, not guaran~tee ...…

June 26, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

… DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Cony received until '.:30 . m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1923 Number 184 i Amherst Head Resigns Post 31 All notices for the Daily Official Bulletit should be left in the Office of the Summer Session before 3 :a p. m. of the day preceding its appearance. E. H. KRAUS, Dean. Summer Arrangements for Presid...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…ii: IA an ~ai 4;l DAY AND NIGHT W SERVICE. Pi t x ; ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1923 PRICE FIVE GE SITI c SS GR 4 t TE ti STRESSES FMEN IN CSERVICE EATS OF WITHI DUATING CLASSES WGED TO BE OF GOOD ent Would Bridge Ciasmi, Make Theory and Practice Coincide re an audience of black robed , and hundreds -of visitors from the city, President Marion L. yesterday delivered the Bac- 3ate~ addresswin Hill~auditor- ad...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

….Verse and Werse N Published every sorning excep't Monday ing the sum mer session. Member of the Associated Press. The As- diated Press is exclusively entitled to the e for repbicationv of: all news ;dispatches ited to it or not otherwise creditedt -in is paper and the local news published here- Entered at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, ichigan, as second class matter. .u bsriptionm y crrier or mail, $.so. Oflce,: Ann l~br Press Bilding. Comnuni...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…ITAE S M ICHIGN VICTOR E1O-2 IN GIANT MEET STAR PERFORMERS O sAl TODAY THRU WE (Continued from Page One) uted to the Purple and Gold score by juggling Frayne's hit and allow- ing Barrett to romp home. Miles pounded one out to Kipke in deep' center, Lewis scoring on the throw in. Bakke singled safely for the first hit of the game and Klein's peg hit the runner at first and rolled to the bleachers. Gardner and Frayne trav- elled home on the ...…

June 18, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…IS MARK rj nW q u NA~i JI Jl f t o."L i.I*44Si'' _ a OF %80%4 01~ 4 4' IVr.w~Vam m \ U ;..- 'dR' ffu°4r I4 41a \w asweraa~r ssrua~ee c~ne>44 "F / "'il vr ematarmraC \ N , e f~~l~~1'1Q-R 4 NUt".4VA h 7 - - - y 7 - PP3tlF~ 1k Cl s zwr zenra .a *44e .4Wx 3v 1 I " \ } , 4 1 a t asi w ,r "' .rxl 44. C 0 L L44"' 4~ ,~4,444 1f <1 ".,4 -44 !, ,rad044S I4I E a k1 1, 1 4., "'4 SV' 4 r444 OLD.d CI D 3 'k 44a ~a- H . Xi44-g4--t' W LC I I J'; . 0 L ,. °....…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…F TT (AD I"AY' i41t Ar :43 I Aipj 33 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE x 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1923 PRICE FIVE HIGAri .TA KES FRO WESTER E Alunni Back In - UO '28 Classes h State street and the campus are 'veritably aswarm tiis morning with old grads back for reullions of their classes. In all 28 different bodies of old tumers are meeting, their dates of RPTiOATED UNDER ACTS OF graduation ranging from '68 to '07. S...…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…I ' a w a ® ® THE GAN. "Verse and Werse E u mu. m NOW -= AT MICHIGAN rning except Monday ssiorr. diated Press. The As- usively entitled to the f all news dispatches otherwise credited in it news published here- IT'S at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, as second class matter.- ion by carrier or mail, $1.0. Ann Arbor Press Building. catioss, if signed as evidence of will be published in The Summer he discretion of the Editor. Un- imunicatio...…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…VNEI; TAKE COU-NTY OF STRONG WASINGTON NINE '1 ; z JNIVERSITYI (Continued from Page One) and Lewis, who began the inning, fliedl out to Kipke. In the eighth the old ball game very nearly went up the flu, wxhen the bases were loadedl and T3gger t missed Lewis' fly after a dlesperate4 attempt. Barrett, lb .... Felts, 21b......... Lewifss......... Gardner, .If........ Mairrf, rf ...... 12e1(....... ... 4 1 4 1 5 1 5 0 4 1 5 1 4 1 31 4 0 AL ...…

June 16, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…FICIAL BULLETIN n is constructive notice to ived until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 JRDAY, JUNE 16, 1923 all members of a. m. Saturday.) Number '182 e and Commencement: take part in the exercises of Commencement week f the following schedule in order that there may as possible in carrying out the program:-Punctu- rtant as the procession will start on schedule time. day, June 17, 11:00 A. M. June 25, 26-9-12 a. mn., and 2-5 p. in. Thereafter--40-12 a....…

June 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… at L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1923 EDITORIAL MICHIGAN ENTERED IN NATIONAL MEET AT HICAGO TODAY r ,. CHANGES IN TIME MADE AS GRADJATION DAY NEARS 4 IN ,1 TIlE ALLUMNI SHARE In welcoming the alumni back5 to their Alma Mater the present genera- tion of Michigan men and women feel a peculiar sense of indebtedness to those who have preceded them. Grad- uates who departed from the academic life of the University some year...…

June 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…OFFICIAL N WSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER SESSION Published every morning except Monday ur ng the summer session. membereof the Associated Press. The As- piated -Press is exclusively entitled to the se for republication of all news dispatches redited to or not otherwise credited in hs papeir and the local news published here- Entere'd at the postoffice, Ann Arbor, iehigan,,as second class matter. Subscription by carrier or mail, ...…

June 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…of his death ou the following Thurs- from the toy manufactured who sent day. it along to . show ihis appreciation.r Seitz, whose spinal injuries were aTe ticker Is no simple ffair. With not at first expected to prove fatal, h c n mM SCOTT TO WED; IIDENi - fhow lV ater Pro ves F.t a1 Sitz, '26111, and J. B. D~ewey, 125E' M)D AT SAME A.T WHllTMQ0RE LAM, was taken to the University hospital and showed improverient for several days following...…

June 15, 1923 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…ILYOFFCIA.BULEI NI tion in 'the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of lvrsty. Copy 'received untl't:20 . m (11:80 a. m. StxdaY.) 3FR IAY, JUNE VIN 1923 Number 1S1 Bac aareate and 'Commnenceient: ho expect to, take part in the exercises of Commencement week ie take note of the ,following schedule in order that there may e confusion as possible in carrying out the program :-Punct- ipecially important as the procession will start on s...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

….ction rwoY ; ; t Baitr .Trw. III. No. 180 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 war r r . r .. r .rir+w u ~THEO GLASS S HERE Turner Predict. Labor In E The situation of politics in England, is precisely this, that presently the Labor party will triumph. Such is the opinion of Professor Turner of the European History department. But Professor Turner not content to male a statement without due proof proceed- ed to show in a co...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 1

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIG &N, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 eLet'M e ining ompany Placer Mining and the Providential Gentlemen Tre is a district of limited area C. T JOHNSTON cial headquarters. Jeff Dunbar, an along the Colorado-Wyoming boun1 outlaw from several schools of crime, dary, where the highwayman, the rust- Unicrsit of Mihiga spent his week ends "shooting up" ler, the horse-thief and their relatives saloons. I was never in a saloon in...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…~THE MICHIGANDAILY _____ Ifrom PRage Nine) I 'Mrs. Rhead; "Andan- letti), Miss Struble; Vore Stately Mansions" r. and Mrs. Wheeler. nd Dr. Dewey; "Cross- Willeby), Mr. Wheeler; !Mrs. Rhead. tSea" will be the ser- Rev. L. A. Barrett at byterian Church. Young ir will begin at 5:30~ open to all y-oung peo-1 -bor. Lucile Welty will itian Endeavor Meeting k, in a discussion on ve in Jesus; What Hle St. .Andrew's Church at 8 o'clock this1 morning....…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 192 Before Dawn An Essay in Appreciation of Radicals The knight who earned their glory: LEWXIS STONEMAN fes-ly well that such victories and yesterday now ride black horse in; penetrations are impossible. Victories black harness, and their armor is blac. Een bci flatig pume are Urttdy b Godon(Trer reutlt only rout wars, and penetra- black.iEnit hcirandtheroatigpueare "~h a oe~ Lions entail both victor...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY . _ _ , - . fowers of State, 'lea Of Owosso Naturalist iso, MIcOI., June 2-(By A.P.)-- ion of their beauty, the lice fl. Brown of the local high the rushing wind and biology department, an ardent brook which surrounds green forest, the sighing them and lover of wild flowers, has issued a plea for greater thoughtfulness on the part of persons who seek the woods and meadows of Michigan during the spring and summer. Miss...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JUNE , 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE "What is the first business of him "It is a popular error to itagine wt'o philosophizes? To throw away that man's misfortunes are the result self conceit. For it is impossible for of hi" imoiety and iniquity. On the a mon to begin to learn that which contrary, his wickedness is the conse- he thinks that he knows." quence of his misfortanes." -Epictetus. leopardi Spring Means Light Lunches D...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY prtstn R ages 1 ~~~~lainlyshows. Delegates from ,the1. i' S a eIItt~ao United States are elected inl the Ox-, In H a to e n a n u ti s ford American Club after heated de- - Kalamaz~oo, In H a to e mb ni sr ates between Democrats and1 Iepub- Carrick (D~etroit) fourth annal li1cans, and they have played a con- Thce L'onstclle Complany offers a .r spicuous part in the proceedings of droaatization of John imunter. Bo0th"; t}the ...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 4

…'AnQ BFOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 I lk 0, THE WEST SIDE MINING COMPANY (Continued from Page One) lunch and I acquiesced rather than the Dry Gulch activities in any direct enter into an argument. The lunch or personal way. They appointed was no great acquisition as I discov- trusted agents to represent them. ered later in the day. George H. Haskins, a club man and. We reached Bagga at two o'clock an expert on clam bakes, wa...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 T e' est Side Minin any Placer Mining and the Providential Gentlemen There is a district of limited 'area C. T. JOHNSTON cial headquarters. Jeff Dunbar, an along the Colorado-Wyoming boun- outlaw from several schools of crime, dary, where the highwayman, the rust- University of Michigan spent his week ends "shooting up" ler, the horse-thief and their relatives saloons. I was never in a ...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 5

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 I HE ¢MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE |FIVE THE MIC -IIGAN DAILY PAGE FLVU I ., i 100-foot tape kept them separated and taken the contractor's horses.r while at work. We were obliged to These were never recovered. s cross the Little Snake River as we When life seemed dull and monoto- t followed the boundary line. The Uin- nois, Martin, our book-keeper, wouldv ta Indian would not wade it, so, while restore us to a normal state of...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…PAGEI TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1923 Before Dawn An Essay in Appreciation of Radicals The knights who earned their glory LEWIS STONEMAN ectly well that such victories and yesterday now ride _black horses li E I T N M Nfcl wl htsu itre n y karestr ,o d e ack ores in penetrations are impossible. Victories back -arneas, and their armor isD it y os "resut only from war, and penetra- black. Even their floating plumes are Draing by Gord...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 6

…F CF sIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, sUNE 3, 1923 lie will go through the country in that of Mrs. Bryant for an analysis a propaganda train, carrying thou- of the men and women who brought B O 1sands of pamphlets and posters and it about, and some prophecy of what a motion picture apparatus. urging may come. From them he will get a the people to work the soil, to learnpcoe o m Russiaas wi lygto: n to read, to treat animals kindly. Sincepicture ...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 /U THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE!U "What is the first business of him "It is a poular error to inagne who philosophizes? To throw away that man s misfortunes are the result self conceit. For it is impossible for of his imnotely and iniquity. On the a man to begin to learn that which contrary, his wickedness is the conse- he thinks that he knows." quence of hisi misfortunes." -Epictetus. - Leopa r di. Edited by Sc...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 7

…>i SUNDAY, .TUNE 3, 123 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG S~V~ -w -- -- arms; but the pack was so close thatj volusme and as is usually the case with "There's thunder! Loud enough to FOLK-LORE OR I they could not be held off and to, this magazine, none of it is above thc shae FA LE Slva ie i hr usans rm.ordinary. But do not let this corn Dead men awake. SThe stry is related in' whimsical' met keep you from reading "Jobs ______________________istyle which...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…APGR FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY I ~I THE WEST SIDE MINING COMPANY (Continued from Page One) lunch and I acquiesced rather than the Dry Gulch activities in any direct enter into an argument. The lunch or personal way. They appointed was no great acquisition as I discov- trusted agents to represent them. ered later in the day. George H. Haskins, a club man and We reached Baggs at two o'clock an expert on clam bakes, was elected that night. My ci...…

June 03, 1923 • Page Image 8

…. . RIGBIT THE MICI-HOAN DAILY SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 TRIAD sday soni ceard for Is twenty-five could be considerably lengthened save "oberving political coditons in the (Contiued fnns Pae One years of faithful service. Instead, ihisthat it would grow tiresome.UntdSaendwrigabuthn erature. to these ltst actors wear empoyer abuptly edisisses hinm. "We' The syllogism, berere, must isee! fr the press tr thirty years"; and masks depicting oniy (the sa...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1923 TM -I CINDAILY 100-foot tape kept th m separated and taken the contractor's hor while at work. We were obliged to These wee never recovered. cross the Little Snake River as we When life seemed dull and mos followed the boundary,line. The Un- nous, Martsn, our book-keeper. w ta Indian would not wade it, so, while restore us to a normal state of the rest of us took off our shoes and mation by attempting suicide. Fins stocki...…

June 03, 1923 (vol. 33, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

… f a PA E six THE MICHIGAN DAILY S UND , AYSL 9 He will go through the country in that of Mrs. Bryant for an analysis a propaganda train, carrying thou- of the men and women who brought. sands of pamphlets and posters and it about, and some prophecy of what a motion picture apparatus. urging may come. From them he will get a the eopl- to work the soil, to learn to read, to treat animals kindly. Sincei picture of Russia as it probably is: the ...…

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