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August 02, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…I ,jr Itruerruw AT YOUR THREE A WE F ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921 9 'RICE: PRICE: RECONSIDERS ; [ILIPPINE POS11 450 ADVISERS TO ASSSTfREHE Expected to Be Named by Harding as Head Within Few Weeks Washington, Aug. 2. - Gen. Leon- ard Wood for governor general of the Philippines is the nomination which j President Harding is expected to send to the senate'for confirmation, possi- bly within the next few weeks. General...…

August 04, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…I g'( Wnttrhw AT YOUR I THREE TIC A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MHCHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921 PRICE FI _ . fl Play 'Richelieu' - U Is Offering Of Class In Drama Eight scenes from the play "Riche- lieu', by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton will be given by the class in Shake- TION spearean reading at 8 o'clock this evening in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, ) The action of the play takes place during the reign of Louis XIII, about the year 1641, and de...…

August 06, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…j I -j Pr K , t. y IIiIIM .Ii.. r t u. AT YOUR D( THREE TIM A WEEK 11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1921 PRICE FIVE L Eu 21-1922 BE 2nd Fresh Air Camp Is Opened Under the direction of Louis C. Rei- man, '16, of Ann Arbor, the second contingent, composed of 66 boys be- tween the ages of 12 and 14, left yes- terday for the University's Fresh Air camp on the shores of Lake Huron. Four of the number are from Ann Ar- bor ...…

August 09, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…S I0~ intterine THREE TIM A WEEK ,. . - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1921. PRICE FIV t __ Simplify Math, That We May Derive More Ilenefit, Suggests Hedrick, '96 METHODS [N USE AT CANOE LIVERlY AGAIN ATTACKED' .LI U "We must simplify mathematics and Is make it morgepractical so that people will learn to get the full benefits from its use and overcome their fear of "figgers" is the belief of Prof. E. R. TAIN OP- Hedrick, ...…

August 11, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…#. ,. I 000, t~/ ittrrztw AT YOUR E TI A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1921. PRICE FIVE GUMD TO PRESENT VAUDEVILLE SHOW, "Flashlight" is the name given to the vaudeville entertainment to bed TAP ROOM LOWERS SUNDAE PRICES1 STATESTREE[T 'DEALERS STAND PAT 0. 1 .i t- TENDER LUNCHEON TO 63 SCHOOLMEN Sixty-three schoolmen were enter- tained at luncheon Wednesday noon by the Rotary club of Ann "Arbor. George Oscar Bowen...…

August 13, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…I /, . n lrinr THREE A WE s' 4- err ' '; _, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921. PRICEF$l PLAY PRODUCING CLASS PRESENTS ONE-ACT DRAMAS (By D. M.) Prof. R. D. T. Hollister's class in play production exhibited three one- I abt plays, Lady Gregory's "Workhouse Ward," Alice Gerstenberg's "Over S tones," and George Middleton's "Tra- dition," yesterday afternoon in the Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Taking into consideration all ...…

August 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

… olurrnre AT YOUR DC THREE. TI A WEEK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1921. PRICE FIVE Varied Comments Arise As To 2enefits To 2;e Derived From Residence hereOf Robert Frost CAL WETZEL '21E, DROWNS IN LAKE WHILE SWIMMING R f "COURSE, OFF FOR AUTUMN 7 'I No sooner had the announcement of he coming of Robert Frost to Michi- an reached the ears of the judges of cademic ethics, than a great amount comment and opinion began t...…

August 18, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…r 'U , ,LY twr .ZW ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921. PRII ,._- , CUT ROAD FUND, IS LODGE PLE A i ' PROF. DAVID FRIDAY, OF THE ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT, WHO WILL SUCCEED DR. J(EDZIE. BKR DUS I ELCRO HER ks Also of Disintegration Iradlum Into Alpha and Beta Particles of PRINCIPLES EXPLAIN CHEMICAL COMBINATIONS recent visitor to the United , Mme. Curie, has aroused our, it about the structure of mat- particularly the struct...…

August 20, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…/' l' 0P iwrin THREE A WE t ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1921. PRICE ] ECIAL COACHES PLANNED BY M.C. .I 1 7 'msc ." ' llG 1 515 . 54r1 115 J .AG Accommodations for students leav-- ing Ann Arbor next Friday on the Michigan Central railroad will be ar- ranged for according to th number of - h reservations that are received by the " ticket office by the middle of next week, Many and divers are the comp according to A. J. Wi...…

August 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…o lI In .urznr THRI A' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1921. PRICE JALIER1Y APPOINTED' DAILY BUSINESS MANAGER Vernon F. Hillery, '23, appoint- advertising manager of the 21-1922 Michigan Daily, has en named by the Board inl ntrol of Student PublicationsI business manager, to take the ce of Edward R. Prfehs, '22, o was drowned near Saginaw Aug. 15. Hillery ,Teas been actively con- cted with the business depart- ant of The Daily f...…

August 25, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… nkthz I THA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921. r s , FATE UNCERTAIN Owing to the confusion caused by the destruction of the ZR-2 at Hull, England, Wednesday, it is not known what members of the crew of 60 officers and men were aboard the ill-fated craft. It was .reported that there were 21 Americans aboard. Following is the list of the 15 officers: Commander, L. H. Maxfield; Lieutenant Commanders, V. N. Bieg, E. W. Coil, H....…

August 02, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…signed, the signatures t as an evidence of °d in The Wolverine ed to the office. consideration. No eniloses postage. e the sentiments ex- .Managing Editor John P. Dawson, Jr. ......... arry B. Grundy .. . . ... Gwyneth W rentmorc . . . . . . ..Clement Smith 'ANTS an James B. Young EL~anor Miller 3STAFF 160 or 3T4' ........Business -Manager Don A en Wolfe and try-outs rnoon in the yet at 3:45. the way of y of us folks iilure, sonic- t par...…

August 04, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…lid mr Z OF THE SUM Y OF MICHIGAN. Saturday Afternoons ig, Maynard Street. ditorial, 2414. :0o Daily, except Saturda words, if signed, the sign print, but as an eviden e published in The Wol eft or mailed to the office, receive no consideration. the writer encloses posta rily endorse the sentimen I AJL' W V some of our right to a claim on the old "go-get-it" spirit. Big brothers are needed, but no one but real men and first class stickers ...…

August 06, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

…'OLVERINE THE SUMMER MICHIGAN. ay Afternoons. Saturdfy, the signatures n evidence of No nents ex. ...........Managing Editor '(ORS John P. Dawson, Jr. .Hugh W. Hitchcock ..James B. Young .. Harry B. Grundy .Virginia V. Tryon .. .. ....Clement Smith [TS wn Eleanor Miller loan TAFF or 374 .......Business Manager he buys. We are inclined to feel, in fact, that the absolutely fair proceedure for all concerned would be for the confectioner to...…

August 09, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…re for as to at the the mere ped- be compelled, mercy of gas- :, R A A m T W OcOLLE 0cx A G E S rnoofls. iatures No ex. rse ..Managing Editor Vi n, Jr. W. Hitchcock acs B. Young rry B. Grundy nia V. Tryon Clement Smith n .leanor Miller Business Manager. Don D Alen To continue to make of the two streets in ques- tion a public speedway is utter folly. But not until some definite steps are taken to force him down to a sensible gai...…

August 11, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…lege spirit through the entire year that we are seeking through the medium of summer intercolleg- iate athletics, and, our good friend "The Wake" to the contrary, we believe that the scheme is an entire- ly logical one. We believe, in short, that the idea of having school the whole twelve months is com- ing more and more to the front, and that it is only a matter of time before the summer intercollegiate athletic plan will be adopted anyhow. ...…

August 13, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…I to the most 4 R A H Ar T W O COL L iternoons. I Street. ept Saturday. ed, the signatures s an evidence of a The Wolverine :o the office.-, >nsideration. No endorse the ex- ITORIAL, STAFF phone 2414 or 783 . Managing Editor SUF, EDITORS n John P. Da'wson, Jr. ....Hugh W. Hitchcock ....James B. Young .Harry B. Grundy .Virginia V. Tryon ..Clement Smith Eleanor Miller ESS STAFF Le 960 or 374 .................Business Manager [STANTS D...…

August 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…ex- Ediitr ed, weak, and ineffective ones. The board has been lenient with us in the past, thinking, possibly, that we need the experience of failure to jog us up and show to us what is valuable and what is not. Never- theless, with the increasing size of the University, it would seem to be about time that some sane judgment were used in jthe inauguration of campus activities. This the students have shown themselves either unable or unwillin...…

August 18, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…o ±vi KJ1 AN. eet. .....Managing Editor P. Dawson, Jr. ...Hugh W. Hitchcock .James B. Young ...Harry B. Grundy ...Virginia V. Tryon ......Clement Smith remedies. It has also been suggested that, if class presidents and secretaries were to have desks reg- ulalry assigned them in the student activities rooms of the building, and were to establish definite hours at certain times each week when they might be found at their posts, the other stude...…

August 20, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…i Street. r4. signatures, No anaging Editor jr. Eleanor Miller .Business Manager 21. When a comrade and fellow worker is taken from us suddenly, by any cause whatsoever, it is rather a shock to us, and we are apt to feel strangely unable to express our emotions in words, no matter how much we may feel. Thus it is that we, of The Wol- verine, who have worked with "Eddie" Priehs on The Michigan Daily during past years, are suddenly taken...…

August 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…- I Nearly three hundred and sixty-five days out of every year, envelopes of printed matter, relative to stocks, markets, and the like, are received at the combined office of The Daily and The Wolverine. Apparently, every time a new quotation is ;eceived by the government it is printed and sent out to num- berless newspapers throughout the country. The students piblications here seldom or never use this printed matter, yet it continues to com...…

August 25, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Nd e. - ex .Managing ditor that it is his duty to function. In addition, we need to make him feel the presence of that Univer- sity. He should be made to take part in such cam- pus and class activities as go on hereabouts, all to the end that he may leave Ann Arbor, at the end of his first year, with the realization that he is leaving something besides a few odds and ends, tucked away in a corner of some attic. The tap room sings, the freshm...…

August 02, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…in 'he Line Of SportsI ons for admittancej however, are sent be' acted upon. ,ant ads. They bring NKLIN RP 'U (By Harry B. Grundy) Perrin Stars for Waterbury Jack Perrin has made a big hit with the Waterbury, Conn., baseball fans by his spectacular fielding and hard hittinig. Jack was recently trans- ferred from the Boston Red 'Sox to the Waterbury team of the Eastern league, for the remainder of the sea- son. Perrin's name appears in gl...…

August 04, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 16) • Page Image 3

… t 41 nent, graduating in ater he began prac- and was connected ard of that city. He in 1915 and started In The Line Of Sports i _I a "I (By Harry B. G:_undy) S. From the indications given in spring practice the Indiana mentor Big Ten Captains has high hopes of having the first Con-' If all of the Big Ten football cap- ference team to come home with the tains for the coming year could be Crimson's scalp. gotten together on one team, th...…

August 06, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… 'I In The Line Of Sports i ; '. 1' i-TO' your tools Paints A. Varnis d, Linseed Prices i 310 5. +' olverine1 New Pilot for Cubs Johnny Evers, star second baseman on the old Evers to Tinker to Chance Cub machine, and manager of Chi- cago's 'north side club this year, has been disposed of by President Veeck.f Catcher William Killefer has been! s chosen as his successor. Evers succeeded Fred Mitchell this season as pilot of the Cubs, bu...…

August 09, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…In The Line Of JIAN Sports I' 1 i-I } . s With an enrolimen versity of Illinois hows a 47 per cent that of Pennsylvan t of 1,970, the Un- the greatest percen summer session earlier figures give increase over the Kraus, of the Sumn (By Harry B. Grundy) Have You Tried Our OOKING T'S Huron Street Clothes Life Swissilized S of service to that y cleaning methods. cents Stay Clean Longer [I !!F, I I - it ...r- Chance May ...…

August 11, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…ne. But to metit seems that the col- e studentit s the easiest mark for ico men that ever lived. or instance, wh'en college opens, re will be a man coming back to' n Arbor who styles himself "Rail- d Jack" and whose ability totans- r* questions of any nature entitles i to an executive position in Thom- Edison's plant in New Jersey hands vn but whose actual worth to the imunity is mighty small. He stands a box oi any corner, gathers a wd of stu...…

August 13, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…Of Sports !II 1 the whistle blows starting tie otball season a number of new ill be ushered upon the Wolver- diron, each ont trying to earn .ch coveted "M". Weakened in ckfield by the loss of Perrin, and Jack Dunn, and on the line absence of the two greatest Yost has had in years, Goetz 'ieman, the Wolverine mentor re every candidate a chance to is ability, in an effort to find 'ho can be trained to fill the left vacant by these lost stars. ...…

August 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

…1 of our Fall early, before starts---- alcoim ty Street . I - id here your ideal of a that every year you'll. h1anics Bank 33 SO. STATE STREET (Nickels' Arcade) I Reserve [JNDRY SERVICF C~~~ R/ITT QU' 13ByG.D.E. "Twelve Men" In 1919 Boni and Liveright publish- ed Theodore Dresier's book, "Twelve Men." Unlike his other books it was hailed by all hands around as excel- lent. Critics, good and bad, praised it. Suspecting, therefore, that th...…

August 18, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…c Of Sports | , I /t t II 1 i (By Harry B. Grundy) New Sweaters for Grid Team Big Ten teams will appear on the gridiron this fall with sweaters which will not confuse the spectators or the members of the respective teams in their play, particularly in the pass. Hitherto many of the teams have worn sweaters which were almost identical in color, and confusion has often re- sulted. Michigan wears bluf; Wis- consin wears cardinal; Minnesot...…

August 20, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…'he Line Of Sports dIer of the American Leaiue Race Close of the Cleveland and New York seem to be! vhich na- still playing a game of~tag in the race; been, en- for the American, league pennant. e Univer- vas learn- Neither team is able to gain a sub- ounder of stantial-lead and keep it. As'a rule the leaders are separated by a margin of els, adu- only a few points. Cleveland's great tley post, pitching staff, which proved superiorI legion,a...…

August 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…In The Of Sports FO'UNER us, but,l of wit, (By harry B. Gri(dy) it times it becomes almost as tire- as Irving Cobb's drivel. "Mr. ge Jean Nathan Presents," pub- d a few months later, is some- better. The humor has risen a or two above Leacock and Cobb r astern. More experienced hands e drama inform me that the ser- articles are quite commendable. "The Popular Theater" he Popular Theater," coming out ar later, is better still, but I not. ...…

August 25, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…road will be a s coming from .h at ( niversity Ave. I CRITIQUE ByUG.). E. BRUCE BARTGN Sometime ago, to the great indigna- tion of some of the local Heaven-sent, I attempted to strip the false whisk- ers from Dr. Frank Crane. In 'my deep-dyed blasphemy I likened Bruce Barton to the reverend spiggot. But were I forced to read, the stuff written by either of the two gentlemen I should choose Barton. Barton plays less the celestial legate, ...…

August 02, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 15) • Page Image 4

…REIGHARDLECTURESON TENNIS TOURNEY ON STILL UNDER WAY Six SENSES IN FISHES In the Summer school tennis tour- nament Clippert and Cooper have SOj)A PRICE BALLOT i wishing to serve as up- ass advisers /next year are sted to fill out the enclos- upon and mail to the Union and in at the main desk diately. esire to serve as an up- ass adviser next year. CAN DETECT VIBRATIONS ARE TOO SLOW FOR SOUND THATI I' Nam................... Address .. Ads...…

August 04, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

…1 A 1 JJ ff V L v L 1\ A 1\ L..a TWO COMMUNICATIONS CRITICIZELOCAL ER S SODA PRICE BALLOT UI the Men wishing- to serve as up- perclass advisers next year are requested to fill out the enclos- ed coupon and mail to the Union or hand in at the main desk immediately. I desire to serve as an up- perclass adviser next year. Name................... Address ............... Class .................... SHOULD NOT STOP WITH ICE- CREAM PRICE BOOSTE...…

August 06, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 17) • Page Image 4

… t vho were on probati HIGH CLASS FOOD Served at CHUBB'S oe State St. opposite Lane Hall CI MRCIISE.RVICES FIRST THODIST CRCHI Cor. State and Washington Sts. Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, Pastor Miss Ellen W. Moore, Student Director 10:30 A. M.-"Commemoration of Interdependence Day, August 4, 1914." Rev. Dugald Mac- Fadyen. 11:45 A. M.-Bible School. Stu- dent's class in Auditorium- of Lane Hall. 6:00 P. M.-Social Half Hour. 6:30 P. M.-Young Peopl...…

August 09, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…'' .1 :COi .or 11 Tommasso Tittoni, president of the Italian senate, gave his first lecture! before the institute Sunday evening. Italian-American residents of the dis- trict had planned a special welcome in his honor. ._ " '" I Womku~en ( Helen Newberry residence has re- ierca l cently .had as its, house guests Miss Vial-1Cleo Murtland, of ,the industrial edu- ,dress cation faculty, and Miss Matilda Graf Lt W Httzel, of the departmen...…

August 11, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…[E WOLVERINE JENSIS EASY I (Continued from Page Three) some needy men and women deprived of the means of earning an education. These latter students could pass the ewas proposed course in Discretion and Dis- prin- crimination with flying colors becausej inels' .to them a dollar means so many hours' prin- washing dishes, scrubbing floors, and roach firing furnaces, and thought-serious thought-is given to where to spend it. Exhibit Eggers...…

August 13, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…WIomen I-- vice To Freshmen" Filled With Timely Suggestions To Yearlings I ACOU-STIC METHODS, OUTLINED BY 'RICH while Helen Newberry residence will be lence. at home from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock Kirk Tuesday afternoon to all women reg- .o canistered in the Summer'session. the field. and, acks, ., and in at Ohio r to carry end, but More than 30 couples attended the informal dance held at Helen New- berry residence last evening, the sec- ...…

August 16, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…icatzons eaching assistants have no me teaching whatever. They ass he instructor is more interes research problem than in1 nen in his class or laboratory all events, the question of "h ,lity rates" among students 1 ed th'e interest of the facult e University and the educat state, and soon will arouse1 st of the parents of the comm th- ert ted the igh IHas ties ors' the On- of the of 'l NOBODY LOVES- Editor, The Wolverine: er question than...…

August 18, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…,atI not take on in which It is suggested that students who ) working are self-supporting come to Anm Ar- given out bor with money enough to pay theirl A. Bursley. tuition, buy their books and.tidy theml work was over the first month. While the stu- g a total dent may be'fortunate enough to se- month. cure work immediately upon arrival, re are no it is better for him to be sure of idents but enough to last at least the first month, ,. obtain...…

August 20, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…dram- s long year, ik ofI a half dozen as Mary Bor- new compila- and books by Wyck Brooks, book will go well ore-glow of fall. It. t to music, set to c always character- ier's phrase. While description bf the ay, shades of a long pass through the it dreams. Here and' nces of the cultural, isolated islands in} rd automobiles, In- d Puritan nastiness. Akground er, with an eye ever es not oppress the tinual series of the 'es. Rather do we its...…

August 23, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…approval tyles are H or rl from " ranging to $12.50 ~e in St. For Meni" A. V.'Hertler a i (i CicaWn¢ Iny RORICH AND JEROME ARE WINNERS IN SEMI.FINALS (Continued from Page One) this and had little difficulty in cap- turing the set 6-1 andrthematch. Other MatelA More Steady In the other semi-final match be- tween Zook and Jerome the playing proved to be more steady than that in the previous match between Rortch and Olmacher. Both Je...…

August 25, 1921 (vol. 12, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…..._ ONSIN GETS [EMORIAL UNION S. LDS ONE-THIRD OF WORLD'S TOTAL BULLION rY OR IVE $754 this 104 Notor Brushes, Sponges, Lts and Varnishes. Madison, Wis., Aug. 25:, - Work on the Memorial Union building at the University of Wisconsin may begin next fall or in the early spring, ac- cording to the executive committee which has been conducting a cam- paign for funds for the construction of the building. Pledges and sub- scriptions totall...…

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