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September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…L SLIGHTLY WARMER it& 14au tl GET INTO TOPS OUT ON FERRY FIELD XXXIII. No. 6 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CEN ..... :t JRCKABOT BRANDS DREABRAMS BLOOD THEORY AS 'BUNlK' 1Iarnum.'s famous 'Sucker' Theory Proved 'y 'Brighest Of '26 Aen DEAN DECLARES TEST HAS 'BASIS AN) IS LACKING IN PROOF NO SAYS AGITATION OVER. REVELATIONS IS FUTILE Asserts Medical Professio'n s\ Not B...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY B i VENiZELOS GOLFS AS GREEK THRONE BJANGS IN BALANCE FA I WEEK' CLOSIS NEW CHEERLEADER NAMED BY COUNCIL Appointment of a temporary cheer-, leader by a committee chosen by the Student council to investigate and lay TAU BETS Pt- TO' SHO LD MiET HER sion; afternoon-excursion to the See the :Minnesota game at the Ar- Drawing instruments-bargains in Highland Park plant of the Ford Motor cade Barber Shop's expense. Ask the...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…/THE MICHIGAN DAILY A iN 1TIO sq4f. Outlines for organization of the Girl Reserve groups in Ann Arbor for this year have been formulated and plans for their execution are under way. Alice Johnson, '22, girls' work secre- *tary of the city Y. W. C. A., planned a program similar to that followed last' year. Clubs will be organized in the different grades and among girls of the high school. Last year there were h15grade school groups and fi...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…THE MR4 [IGAN D .y OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein.C Entered at the...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…THE C JIGAN DAILY ,... BETIN YEAS New Coaching Staff Has Put New Sprit Into Men; Bill Spaulding Is Head Coach THREE VETERAN BACKFIELD 'EN RETURN ADDING POWER With several veterans back and with their capable coach, Bill Spauld- ing and his staff, awakening in the numerous candidates a fighting spirit almost lost, Minnesota faces the, brightest football season in three years. There has been a complete revision of the athletic situation at t...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ORCHING SUN FJ ENTHUSIASM el and Uteritz Expected Back i Game Early Next Week SCR M AGE WITH RESERVES SLATED FOR THIS AFTERNOON As one of the many sweltering players out on Ferry field yesterday afternoon put it, "a little cold weathe would go awfully good on a hot day like this." Certain it is that th thermometer was doing . stunts al through practiceyesterday, but even the climbing of the mercury had little apparent effe...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY One of the outstanding f the 1922 Varsity football sq predominance of men wh( ready made a place for the the Michigan hall of ath through the medium of othe of Varsity sport or who at in some pastime other tha game. Includel among the lead dates for backfield berths current number are at least who have made the coveted other branch of sport or h most perfect chance to do the year.. What is morei the fact that these men are...…

September 30, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

…___________ _____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY . I DAILY OFFICIA LBULL ET IN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 Number 7 To All Members of the Faculty: All members of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily in order that they may be constantly in touch with the Daily Official Bul- letin. Applic...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…"' THE WEATHER FAIR A'ND WA' RMER; Yr itn ~aU FILL IN THE FOOTBALL RSERVE RANKS 1 I VOL XXXIII. No. 5 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS YO T UNDERTAKES DRHIVES TO SE-CURE REISERVlERECRU ITS LAUTNCiHES CAMPAIGN IN ORDER TO All) VARSITY PRACTICE . SQUAD FIRST APPEAL DRAWS ONLY SIX MEN TO FIELD LOW RENT FEATURE OF ROOM SITUATION Many unrented rooms and lowered room rent is the roo...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…HE MIC GANIL LILY PLUNKETT TELLS OF NAVAL HISTORY _ ._ _ -, t IUHM y IfliLII ASTERN S ATI dREE K REVOLUTI (O IST MARCh ON CAPITAL AS GEORE FSUCCEEDIS TO CROWN SULTAN HAS ABDICATED- 'IS UNOFFICIAL REPORT Rellenic .a.pitai. Now in Hands of Triumvirate of Army Generals It A1XETI N Pais Sept. 23.-M:'-3tflefalCe1 IV, Sul- tan of Turkey, has abdicated i favori of the heir apparent, Prince Abdul Medjid Effendi, according to u report from the N...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 'OFFICIALY SET ASIDE TONIGHT FOR PARTIES Tonight lis officially designate'd as church parties night by all of the churches of Ann Arbor. These parties have been arranged to make it possible for all of vihe new students to get' acquainted as well as for all of the, older students to renew friendships. Some of the churches have been giving a series of parties toward the, latter part of registration week but this is the fi...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… CIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE IVERSITY OF NICHIGAN ed every morning except Monday e University year by the Board in >f Student .Publications. r of Western Conference editorial The Assodiated Press 'is exclusively en- titled to (the use for republication of all rrews dispatches creditedtoeit or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice" at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second class matter. Subscr...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 5

…, 1 nt., lvii'..4 InitL1'4 -IxL.j x dL I i TUBER 171 ILL I Stick Fencing and Boxing to- Included in Courses Offered Yearlings Bed ALL AROUND DEVELOPMENT YEAR'S AIM, DR. MAY STATES Immediately after the last freshman health lecture, yearling gymnasium classes will start, the initial section meeting Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17. Before then all 1926 men are required to procure their lockers in the base- ment of Waterman gymnasium and purchas...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 6

…PRIILEES F 6LIlniAthlete COUSEDI5ONINUD~Disqualified on Beginning with. Oct'. 1, daily playing P o B l ~ a g privileges on the Ann Arbor Golf Champaign, Ill., Sept. 28.-Torn Mc- course will be discontinued for the! Cann, one of the best known football fall season for students and non-S and baseball stars of the University residents of Ann Arbor. Season play- of Illinois, has been declared ineligi- ing cards will be'issued to 25 studlents, ble ...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 7

…-DAIL. :lr ,:: ,.... VAIL LSE YESTERDAY BECAUSE SIZE Of RESERVE SQUAD I U' , bowling over imaginary opponents. ATHLETIC OFFICES IMost of the stress, however, was put CH N EQ A T R on passing'and kicking as Yost is d-i CHANGE QUARTERS termined to perfect his backfield in all three departments. He has the Offices of the Athletic association miien for carrying the ball through have been moved from their former every kind of a field and is...…

September 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 5) • Page Image 8

…THE I SAN THE .'JA SDAILY OFFICIAL DULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922 Number 5 To All Members of the Faculty: All members of the faculty are entitled to receive The Michigan Daily in order that they may be constantly in touch with the Daily Official Bul- letin. Applications should be filed at...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…I IL 1 IL-, W l J*11 .1- . L 11 Fi ,I rTo-m4iTr A ND I) IIL tRs DAY I p1 Afria tl _ --,tom' VOL. XXXIII., NoT EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, , SEPTEMBER-27;-t922 EIGHT PAGES PRICE F PRINCESS OF SUL U{ REVOLUTIONISTS sos HEVOLTIONSTS'TO STUDY IN rU. S. MAlRCH ON ATHENS; CROWN PRINCE GEORGE TAKES THRONE; ARMY OFFICERS TO DEFEND MONAR.CHY MOBACCLAIMS REPUBLIC; > SIGERIS HURT IN RIOT }Y Street Demonstrations Favor Former Premi...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…1 1 : 4 -1-UYRt N /tki t ItliM uGINEERS Hist WYork of Supervision aking Fourteen Indh GAuns Here 1 of KS('T0 PUTBLIC IU N. S. a short and fiery speech given relay morning b.efore the first ngof this ,year's freshinan. en- rs Admiral Plunkett drove for biy di first issue that the eoM ,ego man faxces: that Of get- 'the right start. e Admiral was itroduced. to the ings by Dean Mortimer t. Coo- of the engJinee.ring " college, after talk~s b ...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…TH .sl-j i V 1-1f-i! i O'lulo P[91 VISORS MW FOR EFRESH BEN Many plans for entertainintg girls who are new on the campus were made by Junior girls at a meeting held in, Sarah Caswell Angell hall yesterday afternoon. Dean Jean Hamilton gave a short talk in which she explained that a group of three teas would bel given Oct. 18 and 25, and Nov. 1. In this way the freshmen will be able to meet each other and to know their Junior advisors. A ha...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE I UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN # Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Miember of Western Conference Editorial.l Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of alll news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the localI news published therein. Entered a...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…TH E MICHIGAN DAILY At' - V., .4', THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OFFERS I IN HILL AUDITORIUM , FORTYFOURTH ANNUAL FOURTH ANNUAL Choral Union Series, IU Extra Concert Series SIX CONCERTS FIVE CONCERTS October 24-MISCHA ELMAN, Vio- linist.cTheChoral Union Scri s will be opened , by one of-the world's most distinguished violinists, who, since his last American tour two years ago, has duplicated his world wide sccess by triumphal, t...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIG it .. .. _~ ... W ._ DOWNS RlE -- - I I STB RNYCON- Line Looks Weak Before Assault of Scrub Backs; Forward Pass Attack Good KEEPER, ROBY, KNOIDE, AND CAPPON SHOW TO ADVANTAVE It took 45 minutes for the Varsity to push four markers over on the hard fighting Reserves yesterday aft- erndon^ on Ferry field and for a while after the session opened it looked as though the total score would be smaller than that. Weakness in the 'Va...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 7

…,IC-IGAN DAILY .A,.r.w ±WUHTIINLFL.6~ Tn 1S YeArs "Little Napoleon's" Team Has Finished Out of First 1411,1 ivision Once rAS FAlIIOIS TlIED) BASE~MAN ON OLD BALT/ELORE ORIOLES (By the Associated Press). New York, Sept. 27.-By adding an- other pennant to the string that has fluttered from the flag pole at the Polo Grounds John Joseph McGraw becomes more -securely .esconced in his title of "Napoleon-of Baseball." Short, stocky, dapper, ruddy a...…

September 28, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 4) • Page Image 8

…'"AN ALY LAl 73AN ILY DAILY OFFICI AL BU1L ET IN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 TIIU LSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S,1922 Number 4 To All Members of the University: The attention of all members of the University is called to the fact that the Daily Official Bulletin is the official means of communication with the staff and the studen...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…a. WA IMI TOAY I 1 ta A IaiI33 k. echo One ,. VOL. XXXIII. No. 3 TWO SECTIONS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, V$M'NESDiN, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922 TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE --- - - --I KEAL DEAD RUSSI ENTR INT TURKS' REPLY BRINGS ANOTHER ACUTE ClrISIS IN NEAR EASTt S )VIET RUSSIA SENDS NOTE WARNING POWERS Armistice Conference set for Oct. As Military Situation Grows More Serious ROOM SITUATION BECOMES CRITICAL Decrease In Registration Caus...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…i 1 I 1-A : .. ANGI ;ATIONS ENT EC1MA ' ORE t 1 t cnservative estimnates M o n dl a yll ed the num~ber of. students search- - for jobs, by which they can sup- I, tthemselves, at between 1.200 andti! 0. Flocking to Ann Arbor undera aliluremnent of the caption, Mci at Poor Man's C'ollege,"many have te leer with buit $100 to $300 to' thn through the entire year. :h the inroads of tition and cost of Mks, some have to look toward ini- Bla...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…1 1 1 I1 [I. 1 r .:r 'ENT IN S AT MI( ON LIST I i-LMPUS Ac- MJAN" Members of Senior society will meet at 4:30 o'clock today in the sewing room on the third floor of the Martha Cook dormitory. Romances, campus and otherwise, have culminated, during the summer, in the marriages of a number of alum- hi who were formerly prominent on the campus. A former editor of The Daily, a former managing editor of the Michiganensian, and a former he...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…lCII.I3 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. I Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. Entered at the postoffice...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…'26 TO NE LFYER TO CONFERENCE HAIR SHC We specialize in "And several members of the class of 1926 went forth potless, and. then were they unmercifully set upon, _ and when they came out from the Huron they forevermore went forth potted." Beginning this week' pots are in vogue. This latest style of collegiate headgear includes grey caps with black, yellow, red, or purple buttons plastered on top designating the col- lege in which its freshma...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…IE U W11. . 1 W W 1 E iEE.. lE 1 11U1 11.L , OFVARSITY FOOTBALL CANDIDATES Steger following the Oak Park star's quad Now Composed of 35 Men Who wonderful exhibitions of Saturday Will Remain For Rest of and Monday when he was the indi- Season vidual star of the scrimmages. The; Wolverine backfield with Uteritz, Kipke, Cappon, and Roby on. duty EAF GIVEN BEST YESTERDAY looks like a hard °combination to Fbreak into for regular duty. Some of the b...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…v ; = 816 6R G GHIDIRON YEA Minnesofa Followers Are Hopeful of a Team Which Will Surpass PrevIoA sYears HAVE SEVEN G1AME SERIES, PLAYING SIX IN CONFERENCE (By Associated Press) Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 26.-Fol- lowers of the fortunes of the Univer- sity of Minnesota football squad are looking forward to a season which is expected to prove more satisfactory than those of the immediate past. Coach Bill Spaulding, who started the preparatory w...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIC 1L 1 CK MEN A II airrT MD nII 3I Iftl It H .f V U -WI l hUBBARD TAKES THREE FIRSTS BREAKING ;BROAD JUMP REC- ORD BY FIVE INCHES Three Michigan men were repre- sented at the National A. A. U. track meet.o held at Newark, N. J., a few weeks ago and all three of the Wolver- ine athletes placed in their particular event, Dehard Hubbard, '25, star of Archie Hahn's freshman track squad last year, won all three.events in which he com...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…Section Y Sirw A ~Iitjl Section Two Two w XXIII. No. 3 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922, PRICE FIVE CEN' '1 RUSSiAN THINKS SOVIESAE NOW I - A SELF-GOVERNING PEASANT BOD- IES NOTED BY FORMER AMBASSADOR ARE INDEPENDENT OF MOSCOW DOMINATION Lenne Sees Moderate Element as Foe to Control by the Present Regime (By the Assoclated Press) Paris, Sept. 26.-Boris A. Bakhme- teff, lately Russian ambassador at Washington, ...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY uLlI STS. 5 PLAN US WORK" AT CIRCLES' TRAIN STUDENTS FOR EXPORT WORK, Universitj of Detroit Revises Foreign Trade Course way, there will be available trained men and women. The first class will be held October 3. 1 SCOTT WRITING BOOK ON USAGE 5 7 TI'flEIP IProf. F. N. Scott, head of the I rhetoric department, has recently re- I 1 S turned from London, England, where ROTEST he sent the summer in research work VOLS0190...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE UNIVERSITYMUSICALSOCIETY OFFERS S. k 1 ' IN HILL AUDITORIUM f FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FOURTH ANNUA .4 I Choral Unionseries Extra Concert Series SIX CONCERTS FIVE CONCERTS October 24-MISCHA ELMAN, Vio- linist. The Choral Union Series will be opened by one of the world's most distinguished violinists, who, since his last American tour two years ago, has duplicated his world wide success by triumphal tours th...…

September 27, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL DULLETIN the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) WEDNESDEY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922 Number 3 ation in iversity. 68O o All Membes of the University: The attention of all members of the University is called to the fact iat the Daily Official Bulletin is the official means of communication with te staff and the student body, and that publication of of...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…"X I I s i TEfIPERATIT I' ItV41 4I1 Sectioi One XXIII, No. 2 TWO SECTIONS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922 TWELVE PAGESP PRICE FIVE T RILL IG i I tl G l u , I Y: REGISTRATIONFOR UNIVERSITY LESS THAN LAST YEAR, "6ALLIES MUST Y IFH). CONSTANTINO PLE mR University Faculty Men Carry On Experimental Land Survey During Summer )Yonths In UpperMichigan FUEL DISTRIBUTOk, WAS\HOOVEWRS AID DUIRING THE WAR THOUSA9NDS ...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…1L4 1 aL LA..' £ 1 tow to set it ging you have all we to - can give youYiyou are through. You Ner must be the master of that mind of c yours." Inconclusion, the President em-7 pasized the point that the mind is F L Se 'ne's most"recious asset. ''Possess,"T an (OSntinued from Page One) he said, "the thinking, creative mind pr he dnks itit. sharply contrasted to of which you are the royal master. InL hin is the man with the independent As a man...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…9l m D L II All gymnasium classes will meet the first time on Tuesday, Sept. or Friday, Sept. 29, at Barbour mnasium. Everyone is requested, wear street clothes. [here will be a meeting of all fresh- n women at 4 o'clock Wednesday, pt. 27, in the auditorium of Sarah swell Angell Hall. Dean Hamilton 11 give her first talk in the Uni- sity at, this time. ,eague houses that desire assistance organization and election of officers requested to t...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…n 1V11L. illsf- 1V Sri. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial Association. The Associated Press is exclusively en- titled to the use for republication of all news. dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited in this paper and the local news published therein. fair to the student that he reap the ...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…e W ILY 's7 Vn ' PHI DELTAKAPPA HOLDS INT9INT UPhi Delta Kappa, national educa- tional fraternity, at a meeting in Ann Arbor, July 19, during the summer ses- sion, initiated five educators to their ranks. 'Wray Condon, secretary of the local chapter, acted as toastmaster, while the speakers included Prof. G. E. Corrothers of Cleveland, 0., G. H. Aldermnan of Newton, Ia.,and~ Prof. Earl Hudelston of the University of; Wisconsin. Those init...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…GES OF YEAR i I Ull Wonder In Broken Field ing at Will on Reserves. VE LOOKS WEAK E ATTACK OF SCRUBS or the second time in as many con- itive scrimmages, Herbert Steger, sational sophomore halfback, stood her's Reserves on their respective ds yesterday afternoon on Ferry I during the course of a tilt be- an the Varsity and the much sed scrubs. he Varsity crossed the opposing l line four times during the scrim- ;e and there was not sufficie...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…MIC LY U hardest s< n les in -and co-o :. Tihe of the na. Vick, X"'Curd, Stuart, Big Ten Stars, Shine In Pro-Baseball !1 HILLIf11I 11LUU UIIU Three Games in 52 While Tutor in Miami University For Six Years POSITION AS NEW ASSISTANT TO COACH V OST his (By Wallace F. Elliott.) George E. Little looked up from MATHER ISSUES CALL FOR1 FRESH CRIODERS WILL MEET CANDIDATES TODAY; ATTEN1DANCE AT PRACTICE WILL BE ENFORCED E. J. Mather, fre...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…Football Schedule Holds Great Stadium Dedications On Saturday, Oct. 7, the Michigan; Varsity football team will step to the! fore and make its initial bow of the 1922 season in what is most apt to be the annual victory over Case Scientific School of Cleveland. Case Here First. This initial bow, as in the years gone by, should prove to be quite an attraction, not lessened by the fact that the Wolverines are practically sure of victory, but ra...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…I I, r 11 4 a14l I, ) Io , .ir. .+ XXXIII, No. 2 'ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922 PRICE FIVE CI IMPORTANT EVENTS' LIKELY IN ATHENS GREEK MILIT'ARY DISASTER MAY CAUSE POLITICAL STIR IN CAPITAL TURKS STOP ADVANCE WHEN BRITISH WARN Smlft Cruiser Takes French Envoy Smyrna with Proposals of Three Powers to Athens, Sept. 25.-Athens is likely .to be the scene of important political events as a result of the military ...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…NEW T 15f U LEWINTER IN EUROPE' Know Your Alumrp fr(By Courtesy of Chimes) GO INTOErr[CT HERIE Word has been received that Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, who resigned her Harry M. Carey, '20, 1920 managing O.)INANCE REGULATES PARK.. position as Dean of Women here last editor of The Daily, is now managing I IN, PAsSIIG VEHICLES, year after having served in this ca- the Duluth Community Fund, Duluth, NUMBER IN SEAT! pacity for 20 ;years, is enroute to Min...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…THE UNIVER$V 1NVSIL SOCIETY OFFERS 4 V. 4, IN HI11 AUDITORIUM I -4. FORTY-.FOURTH ANNUAL Choral Union eries SIX CONCERTS A-01 i i. t../.iii V A . . 5.... FOURTH ANNUAL x '5s5 ,, Extra Concert Series FIVE CONCERTS ',- .L October 24-MISCHA linist. The Choral Union Seri by one of the world's mogl distil who, since his last American tour duplicated his world wide suc, tours through the leading usic Britain and the contineit. In b n...…

September 26, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…HkIr llt A LWAL" I 3 -~ 'OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the University. Volume 3 the Bulletin is constructive not'ice to all members of Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922 Number 2 To All Miembers of the University: The attention of all members of the University is called to the fact that the Daily Official Bulletin is the official means of communication with the staff and the student bo...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…, # , I ~~~i. ' E) '0 .. ...... ._ d. .... ....,,.. ,. ..... A - " x 5.-"^ r 06 n t ' . ' ,,u ; ti . . -: y ... Xo71 } ;jO SLCtlON: A:NN AF~.I3OR, MICI-II(~ kN, MONDAY, SPPTFU\l UWR ~ 1927 rI'1 T. I ACE 1PfTCE FIFE Hf .y.. F * F , t S F ,1 ' ' 'Y, t ' _ ._:__ . ._._. ..._ a....._ ., . _...___., ,v.... ...._. _. _ _ .. v : . .. . ,.. . ._.a... JHO O.R 'a ' t Cpl ° . _ _ 4 , :4 t' _ _ <. 4ad .h } y Will Open Tall Term ...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

… F3 qT COUNCIL 113 ILII PEAER BONLQRA)O T, AS~, (APnnIp THIS 14'N ER IN ORATORICAL SERIES1< A lctcure cours;e that will b tinglte of the for)3emosZtspeakers and liter'aryT maen of the Un zited Statces to Ann Ar- bomtl. rsst h ?(;l(._:le --tudets of h University, ha,, been a<rrang.'ed1 and co-mpleted by the Oratoric al Assosc~ia-. lionl. Th c Colls;eOWill be ;pla ced under6 way on Oct«llwen Sir Robert ,Barden~ w ill sp)eak and Avii1 closeo n...…

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