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June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 1

….d r z. 4,O Pit t t r1 DAY ),, r rY r 1 iYYy r r ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920. PRICE THREE , ,,- Ball Game With Eastern Champions E ndorsed By Prominent Campus J'en - I IF n IS. 1 UNTIL Y MADE to an ig of y Associated Press) ton, May 31.-Armed inter- n Mexico, Should the new control There show an ina- unwillingness to set up a rernment more friendly to- tericans, was recommended ate today by the foreign re- ...…

June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 2

…'I &.1 5a&.d £ OF THE UNIVERSITY CHIGAN cept Monday during the Univer- >l of Student Publications. ASSOCIATED PRESS :clusively entitled to the use for hes credited to it or not otherwise ocal news published therein. Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second nail, $3.50. wilding, Maynard street. itorial, 24=4" :ed 30o words, if signed, the sig-. - in print but as an evidence of. be published in The Daily at the at or mailed to The Daily office. ceive no...…

June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 3

…4 .\~ d. i ... r. o . . .. . .. . ,, ., _ '" _ r ,_...,.y_ . , _._ , - -- -K- ,' fraternity which succeeds in placing the most men. The coming meet will decide finally who will have the large Intramurar cup. All teams will receive 25 honor points for entering and those who en- ter over six men will receive 50 honor iver- points. Tennis Tourney Wrings Out Stars TES start' In interclass tennis Bernie Shirk, ence '21E, and champion of hi...…

June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 4

…amen vanuscripts submitted in the an- al Stylus short-story contest may called for by the contestants in'the toric library. Sophomores who would like to be Tennessee Women~ Ash Equal Rights Junior advisers will meet at 4 o'clock At qu mass meeting of the women; today in Barbour gymnasium. Next students of the University of Tennes- i year's Junior Girls' play will be dis- see held recently, resolutions to the cussed at this time also. effect ...…

June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 5

…Screen 13P MAJESTIC ING s the Co. t Appearing as a stuttering motor truck salesman, Charles Ray will be featured today at the Majestic in an- other of his country boy characteriza- tions, "Alarm Clock Andy," his latest release. ,.lthough of sterling char- acter, Andy meets with little success in his work in spite of his careful study and imitation of the methods of the firm's star salesman.. Resolved to become a high-salaried salesman at...…

June 01, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 176) • Page Image 6

…T'S GOING ON, i 1 -.t TUESDAY 3:15-Senior engineer baseball prae- tice. Soph engineer game at 3:45. 4:00-Freshman band meets at H1 auditorium for picture. 7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Lane hall.w 7:30-Round-Up club meets in Union. 77:30-31cigan Dames meet in Lane hal. 7:30-Overseas club meets in Union. Election of officers. U-NOTICES Tryouts for assistant manager of the Glee and Mandolin club report from 1 to 3 o'clock at Glee club of...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 1

…I j; ' Aft0i 41 r o WI" t r I r 0 A I la AlS jl1\1 ted Press) 1.-The Supreme nous decision to ral Constitutiona be submitted t tification by state provisions in thm ratifying amend ld, is a nationa anted by the Fed d the states hav vide otherwise. I iujungion ng the val imendmen )hio refer d the mos eme court Ise the de ely result F TI PARTIES COMBINE DEFEAT PROJECT. 53 TO 23. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. PRICI ...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 2

…f _t the Univer- PRESS ed to the use for it or not otherwise shed therein. dichigan, as second .rd street. 'he Daily at the The Daiy office. ation. N o man- s postage. sentiments ex- dafter 8 o'clock T ...HARRY M. CAREY .A. Bernstein *ug Hitchcock Renaud Sherwood. H. Hardy Heth, Lee M. Woodruff . ., ..Brewster Campb~ell ... ..... JohnI. Dakin .Robert C. Angell Marguerite Clark omas Adams, Thornton Sargent Jr. Winefred Biethan y Robert D...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 3

…v , y .. .x . . } .. p \~-,~' N. r Wiii r~ out the valuable services of Capt. Johnson. Carl is rapidly rounding in- to shape witfh the passing days and may be expected to lead the fight which his team will make, a fight which may result in another victory for the Maize and Blue. TWO CONFERENCE GAMES LEFT ON BALL SCHEDULE ONE VICTORY GIVESMICHIGAN UNDISPUTED GLAIMT'OT TO TITLE ath- ;s 352 s and With but two more Conference t will games t...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 4

…:Z Ed l ... 1nv C E 7p. m. 7 p. m. T NATIONAL BANK Organized 1863 News From The Other Colleges 't 1 -III' FIRST ANN ARBOR MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Y I OLDEST NATIONAL ,BANK IN MICHIGAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Savings Deposits Wisconsin-:Exactly 10,213 different students have been enrolled in the University of Wisconsin during the current year, since July, 1919, accord- ing to the final catalog figures which have just bee...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 5

…I I UULUILIIU WIN GOERNENT STATE IANCE And County A Gift That Is Truly Appre A Fine Watch Serves Constantly to Remind of the Giver Florence Billington in1 The Day She Paid" and Wm Duncan in "The Silent Avenger" rrnuninrrinrnrnriirnnn lifHI, a rrickDetroit The Bonstelle Co. " BILLETED'' PAYING TWO MONTHS' PREMIUM AGAIN RENDERS POLICY VALID. Ex-service men who have paid no premiums on government insurance since their date of discharge may...…

June 02, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 177) • Page Image 6

…V ch tennis s at Hill re. ing stamp and a self-addressed en- velope to D. Dow, 632 E. University avenue, before June 14. Tickets for Aeronautical society dance on June 4 are on sale at Gra- ham's book store and at Union desk. The' public recital by classes in Shakespeare reading will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in Sar- ah, Caswell Angell hall. earsal in UnI- i of officers. s in room 302 r conferenfs gn Wars meet 'nion to install ...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

…Of r_. I at DAY A V ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920. JCEMENT, SETS LIMITED Plan To Provide Upperclassmen As flentors For Class Of 1920 A Secretaries of the diifferent schools and colleges are to receive two tickets to the Commencement day exercises for every senior to graduate in June. They will be given out on the basis of two to each senior at the time an- nodnced by Registrar Arthur G. Hall. Speaking of the limited num...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 2

…luring the Univer iblications. to or n4 use for otherwise :higan, as-second street. , if signed,'the sig- it as an evideftbe of in The Daily at the to 'The Daily office. ideration. o man- loses postage. the sentiments ex- cived after 8 o'clock L STAFF e 2414 .. .....HARRY M. CAREY Joseph A. Bernstein Renaud"Sherwood Hardy Heth, Lee M. Woodruff ....... ..Brewster Campbell .John I. Dakin ........Rolert C. Angell Marguerite Clark is Adams, ...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

… ,.. .. . . . ". .. .. '-. ../'- f -i-I .. . HERE ' SOCCER NOTICE Soccer football practice will be held Thursday and Friday afternoons, at 3:30 o'clock on south Ferry field. It is essent- ial that all members of the team report as there will be a game with Walkerville, Ont., Satur- day afternoon. appeared on Ferry yesterday afternoons, ich were worn the University of Qali- ong, the advance athletes who will big meet tomorrow iese me...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 4

….s Confectionery Delicious Sodas own Ice Cream om Fraternities and Main Phone 166 I1 1U WHO ttNI U, R- I, AT GENEVA CONFRENCE (By Helen Middleswart) Few women students at Michigan realize the "who", "why", and: "where- fore" of the college Y. W. C. A. camp, which 12 girls from Michigan will at- tend this summer. The camp is made J. L. CHAPMAN JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST 113 SOUTH MAIN STREET ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET Excellent CHOP SPEY from 11:80 a. ...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 5

…elivery 1002 S. Univ. I) j gbt.I oo 4~e 'vY v' r f. '; >" .Y.r. :$r }r f r ri :f :i y wvea., JtLiurs., z, 0a- wxiy~s Brockwell in "DYevil's Rittles," and comedy, "The Restaurant Ride." Fri., Sat., 4, 5-Shirley Mason in "Love's Harvest," and "Snub" Pollard in "All Dressep Up" and colored review. Sun., Mon., Tues., 6, 7, 8-All- Star Cast in "Blind Youth." COMING Frank Keenan in "Dollar for Dollar." . HUBERT Sophie Tucker OETROI Tick Tack Te...…

June 03, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 178) • Page Image 6

…nov dentistry in tnd I .1 (Continued from Page One) Next year the managers will be oho- sen by the ma-iager of the previous year, the captain of the team, the coach and the director pf outdoor ath- letics. In case of a tie in these votes the managers will be elected by, the Board of directors. In the future the manager's award will be a blue sweater with a plain yel- low "M". SOPH LITS AND ENGINEERS PLAY FOR SECOND POSITION Announcement h...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 1

…dh t. rt x t 111 D IAY GNU N1IHT w SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. PRICE THRER CE LETES ARRIVE FOR MEE' Pict Clear Skies For leet SENIORHS TO HOLD SECOND SING AT SEVE-N TONIGHT .U 111 Weather reports for today and to- orrow indicate that the twentieth annual Conference meet will be con- ducted in most favorable weather. The governmeLt forecast fromg Detroit in- STUDENTS dicates continued fair weather with a s...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 2

…I_.. Univer- practically assured by the proposed mentor system for men. This would give first year men who would not otherwise have anyone to take an inter- est in their welfare, an opportunity of meeting men about the campus, of learning the traditions of the University, of getting into campus activities, and of really entering into college life and securing a start that will make their four years here among the busi- est and the happiest o...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 3

…"=" . f" ... pig V y . .- ;' '; .. ,, 1 . ~. iii. i _ ks Re-elected rseball Captain Vernon H. Parks, '21, was- unani- mously re-elected captain of the base- ball team for 1921 at a meeting of the squad held Wednesday afternoon. This in the second time in the history of Michigan that any man has led the diamond athletes for two consecutive. years. John D. Hibbard, '87, now a member of the Board in Control of Athletics is the other man...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 4

…eve that this is a time when le rather than the politicians o, not indeed the first, but the lecting. Just now the poli- re getting suport for their first -"practical" candidates, all of esumably-but, if these very ices fail to be nominated, as together likely, the people will ir turn; and-Hoover's support- now working for that event. ticians must for once be made Lvhat the country needs and e country really wants, stop- ir too long endured "f...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 5

…I' iD NI oo" 1. I ARMENIAN DECLARES PRESS PORTS INCOM. PLETE II I RE. ARC AD 'CAFETEF tly LICE JOYCE IN "DOLLARS AND THE WOMAN," TO BE SHOWN TODAY AND TOMORROW AT THE ARCADE. The Screen sBH n n . r . rutmflrf ur MAJESTIC Actuated by sincere gratitude toward the man who had started her on a suc- cessful career, Norma Talmadge, as n St. Inga Sonderson, in "The Woman Gives," which will be shown today and tomorrow at the Maestic, ris...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 6

…SRDS ?1at4-l, e,'~ / U I UliII I~II I Vt UIII\LIld NEEDED BY RED CROSS I The American Red 'Cross has sent out.,an emergency call to college wo- men to undertake training for psychi- atrical social work. According to F. Stuart Chapin, director of the Smith college training school for social work, the United States public health service hospitals have the problem of dealing with 50,000 mentally disabled ex-service men. A plan of training, whic...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 7

…Yxb UJL.. iU UAiAu . L.F~.11 IOP SUEY from m. to midnight hops 814 S. StEte SEVEN VACAMESAVAILABLE CADETS TO RE CHOSEN FROM MICHIGAN ALONE Several vacancies in West Point cadet appointments are open to men from 17 to 22 years of age. Seven, appointments are to be filled from the state of Michigan alone. Admission will not be by examination but Will be given from educational certificates' of accredited high schools and to stu- dents of other ...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 8

…205, desk between 3 and 5 o'clock Fri- day. Members who have not paid for their buttons report there also. The Chicago representative of the Federal Board of Vocational Educa- tion will be in rom 301 of Univer- sity hall from !to 4 o'clock Friday afternoon to interview wards of the board. The Junior lit class will meet at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon in room 205, Mason hall. Student council- man tie between Edward Kingsford and Donald Thorp wil...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 9

…ROTOGRAVURE 4 1[ r CONFERENCE EDITION jA~2 ~ ~ ~ TRACK MEET VOLUJME XXX ANN ARBOR, MICJIGAN, SATURDAY. JUNE 5. 120 PRICE TEN C ENTS "AMERICA'S GREATEST TRACK ATHLETE" (AiRIJOWNS N Jolsnson of Michigan is shown. winning the broad jamp in ther Intercollegiates last year with a leap of23 feet 9 iches. Illness - ~has kept the Wlverie ise wndler ot of conmpetitiotr the lastN six weeks, and his lark of train- ing may keep hiss from winning his custo...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 10

…M PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY S A T I - I t DAN. J tN P' , 5, 1 '-', I 10 Costinogmorce than $1,000,000hticih was c-ontribuOtedthy store than 14000 loy al ict- igan atumini, the Michtigan tnon is the targest and tpest stuttent Oubhounse in the world. It is the (enter nf all stutdent activities, andt here all Michigan men meet on coimmson grond~. Every facility is pirovidedt ty whirci studlent needs may tie supplied, and it is tilled ever...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 11

…SAT ltliAy.,IK5 ' ) '(RkUI O'l " ? AVUR F,, 1 14)1 IMII R 't'ile illijiois captain is booked as a pirobable winner of tbe 140 in lie Coni- ference meet. In addition lie piay enteri t 220, in whiieh event lie has bieeni beaten only oinee this yea", 1a(1 that by lendrixson iof California. Idniery toes the 44(1 in abouiit :49. THE 3; MII 1114 V' I' AIN' ACT IION In the iupper letllhind csinier i hliltiisti of the 440;inrthe Illinois-M'sichiia ...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 12

…18(11: FOUR Il-il. MI(JIJJGAN J)AII THE -1;I f--1 aye II i hunneruill the11 111111o01111(11111a11Bos1to11la11.ye1ar.hlie111W .11,11l1 10ou 413(feet, and Biggins11 1o11C icago apearsto e01111111. 01 Mtichligan. Winner1o1 the(110 11illthe 1I111o0r'Conference meet. He s10110the 4401 off in 1ab)out1:50 flat.01a(d 11ewill p~roblably lieamong the fhrst lour rsn in the outd11oor1 meet. iolloohe 11Eastern In'. tc 101)gia111 it,,! ill lose0t 10 11...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 13

…Sl 10 I t N 1"VRTOR\{R. 1JLO .. .. .R L A } O 11111A1, l0 MPS1(1' 1141 22 feeth, 4 '1 f ii110nleIll. Os IMO RN ()f 1 in 1'. has een lhigh 114011141 .41014~411 0feet; 2V, inche> 1ately. If he ialo lhis. e e o nmarks, li start,, ll .4excellentl,(chole Pofwi- nill li eis el i eCnfrec Hii ll iiltll 'lii liisi e l ,i.'inl 1 l 5e l 111gel1 '.m lonl i i4d114'11114 14 14lthe llcountr. Seaitiing close t 50 .ll. fI t O el hold i 'S igantic pep l l...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 14

…H I. I( JIJA 1)X M r o cTt:ill, rt'i ii ll Iiii.til mitL( aii uettlarss \ett inteIt' tt- SCEiNE1 ON M Itll ICAO'S 4 & M ,)Pt' NA1TURAL SCIENCEIi ]WILDING Approximately $450,000 was spent in erectinig this structutre, whicth is onte ofth nost compjlete college recitationi buildings in tiecoutrty. With its many lecture tails, labouratories, aud recitaltinn roonis, it represenlt s isetitest developmnt 1ftiniversty bunildintgs, it lbeintg inusu...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 15

…SATURDAY, JUNE 5. 11120 ROTOGRAVURE EDITION 1)AGEl SI VEN POSSIBLE POINT WINNERS STIIxA N Wearing the Puirlple and Gold of Northwestern, Strawn is expected to tlke some lpoints tior the Evanston schiool. Ile placed ini the 50-yard dash in the intloor Conterence meet, and ini additioni le is a good hroad jumpler. Beading from left to right along the tolp and then the' hotlo ni Otis of Chicago swinning the tsio-m ile iraic ftr01m Mlaynard o...…

June 04, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 179) • Page Image 16

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE ,192 VN IERSITY HALT. The (toter tart of this ttuilding is devoted to administration offices. aod the two wings, which were the first hoildings to he erected 00ntte camputs, contain (lass roonts. JACK SCIIOLZ The Tiger sprinter is the country's hest io the ceotory and the 220. Mis- soori's representative has yet to he bteaten in the 100, which he does io :10 fiat antd :9 4-5, and he is also an ...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…-dimT A6P XLIF. -4L- AftOutr t ttl TODAY ! I)&Y AND NIGHT SERVICE ) . ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. PRICE Ty r_:l a '4 -.. lii IN HIGS IT MEN Gargoyle Coming With Post-mortem Read 'em and weep., At last; the Gargoyle has entered the field of real journalism and is tor put out a mourn- ing edition. The forms are locked and it is promised that all of them will be printedbythe middle of next week. It is recognized b...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

… uring the Univer- iblications. PRESS, d to the use for it or not otherwise ;hed therein. ichigan, as second Mayndrd.street. 2414. } words, if signed, the sig- nt;~ but as an' evidence of lished in The Daily at the nailed to The Daily ohice. be ret~urned, uless tWV writerI Ui.IJsepotage.. aily doesnc"tn ecessarily endorse the sentiments ex- tecommunications. Going On" notices will not be received after 8 o'clock ing preceding insertion, EDIT...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…an- All girls who can go to the Y. W. day. C. A. conference at Lake Geneva in August will 1 lease notify Miss Eva Lamert before June 12. play Blackburn 6e box for Lo(kers in Barbour gymnasium must be emptied by 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Clothes left in lockers af- ter this time will be confiscated.% 'I THANKS y wishes to take this opportunity its friends for their patronage ear just closing. >rders for box candy will be care- ed. You w...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…QUALITY ould paint your floors oftener if :he house upset so long waiting aer if you could paint one half of ove the furniture over from the he next day? you can do with Lowe's Hard fact, together with the way it he reason it is used so muck on WANTED WANTED-Men and women for work on Drill Press, Punch Press, J. M. L. Operator, and for general work. Wire wheel lacing and Tueng gen- eral handy men. Good pay and piece work. Steady job during...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

… The Screen OAR STORE ickard I.togr. Truttl.e's Lunches Nunnally 's Candy M THEATRE i ldine Farrar in d the Puppet," mon in "Dull ry Mar- n., Mon., 6, 7-Jack Pickford he Little Shepherd of King- Come," with a comedy and weekly. es., Wed., 8, 9 - "Twilight ," and William Duncan in sSilent Avenger." Maynard St. Courteous and satisfactory. TREATMENT to every custom-, er, whether the account be large or small. The Ann Arbor Savings Bank I...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

… (Continued from Page One) Missouri qualified in the shot put, and Miller of Purdue in the javelin. Sla- niver- ter, the dark skinned son of Iowa., ilable threw the discus well and wilJ be in the finals this afternoon. Indiana k and placed one man in the broad jump, Keeling, and Meehan and Kasper of uet at Notre Dame showed their heels to the field in their heats of the half and meets quarter mile respectively. This afternoon's big events will...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…t an iat W9. DAY AND AMW A ' ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. PRICE THREE C SUMMARIIES HEAVY RAIN DELUGES' FERRY FIELD DURING TWO EVENTS; HOFFMAN, Of mic HIGAgN, BREAKS JAVELIN RECORD1 WOLVERINES WITH, THREE FIRFTS CAPTURE SECO I SCHOLZ, TWO .Y'S (By Thornton W. Sargent, Jr.) The conference title for 1920 was decided by the stars who placed as follows: Mile run-Won by Yates of Illinois; second, Burke of Notre Dame;...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…Uziiv'r the use for lt otherwise herein. n, as second .trex. M. CAREY Atzer and only by efforts born of the g eatest loyalty can we succeed in securing the best material to be molded into college men and women. We must not think of the semester's end as a time for casting off all of the associations which have been dear to us throughout the school year. Rather we must con- sider vacation as a period when, detached from the necessity of gr...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…UGAN DAILY onceI ' an- All girls who can go to the Y. W.- rday C. A. conference at Lake Geneva in August will please notify Miss Eva Lamert before June 12. play imes Lockers in Barbour gymnasium burn must be emptied by 5 o'clock Tuesday for afternoon. Clothes left in lockers af- ter this time will be confiscated. HANKS pportunit patronage Iv will be care- d us open this The ewberry residence wiom 4:30 o'clock to 6 o'cl ednesday of Commenc...…

June 05, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…Effect SE S~ FOR AiPPOIfiTED eeting of the appointment at the Union last night Secretary George Hurley, ered his resignation to take ember 1. In a statement to lent of the Union, Hurley he would not be in a posi- ept reappointment next fall. the completion of his du- ptember he will resume the f law. ating a new policy, standing s will be appointed at the each school year in order may work in conjunction president, of the Union dur- unmer t...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…elr in I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920. LESIDENT HUTCHINS ADVOCATES ENDOWMENTS FOR STATE SCHOOLS ING son' the Con- the Endowments for state universities were advocated by President Harry B. Hutchins in, his farewell address be- ,fore the Alumni association meeting Wednesday morning. The impossi- bility to secure funds from the state at times and the necessity to keep up with- the procession in education, were given as re...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLV 1 «_. -. IF, StUMMEIR C1100t15. treet. lock daily, except o o'clock ed, the signatures s an evidence of n The Wolverine o the office. n sideration. No closes postage. he sentiments e - .Managing Editor Business Manager I I ,I MEN MAY COME AND GO, BUT- Hundreds of alumni from classes which were graduated as far back as 1864 have returned to Ann Arbor for reunions. They have come to see again the campus, which they were on for ye...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…with life and shall be all aglow with a passion for service. The great war SUUthrough which we have just lived has thrown doubt upon every answer to the permanent problems of organized society. You must face this universal e mind challenge. Everything is questioned. sidered All of the ordinary ideas and beliefs of not an man are being re-examined, re-formu- i think- lated or abandoned. A deep tone of eaning disrespect runs all through American...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…_IV IJ ,41111t..... ,, Not one error was made by either team in the encounter, both aggrega- tions doing perfect work in th~e field. Several pretty "plays were made, two of whichi by Michigan cut off probable scores. A wonderful scoop of Makin's ,grounder in the first inning by Van Boven made the third out, and kept California from scoring a man, who was on third. By making a shoestring stope of Works' single in the sixth inning, Per- rin tied...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

….;... _i "Duke" Dunne has also entered in this event, and although. he has not been o~fficially credited with anything better thtn 150 feet, he tossed the ,javelin 1850 feet in 'the Conference meet and stepped over the line. As he has been working out daily in this event, hie may yet throw the weed t~hat ~far officially. Dunne has the build of a javeli thrower, and shows promise of becoming a wonder. Landowski, a freshman, will' also compete ...…

June 24, 1920 (vol. 11, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…nic elms which o'er us bend ene their sh'elter lend, eir heights through years looked down the classes leave Ann Arbor Town. irst montha of Tappan's sway, h the years to Hutchins' day, , ithin that span, by mind of any man, ssembled on this lawn, ith-and then was gone. CiL[ONDIAIS DEFEAT { MICHIGANNINE.9 B LY (Continued from Page 1) runs, but he, himself, was -unable to score, as Works went out, second to first. Bruins Stop Scoring In the nex...…

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