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November 21, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDaily ANN AIRBOR, 'illCTIIGAN. TOJLRSD AYNOVEMBER 21, 1907. N o . VOL. XVIII. No. 5 ! . ... . ....... . EDUCATE BODY AND MIND TOGETHER Brig. Gen. J. H. Smith Thinks That the Interest in Athletics at Michigan Is a Fine Thing. Prominet nmen bare from time to time criticized thte present-day activity of colleges itn athletics. Criticism, bow- cever, is far fromt bring the attitiude of 'it least one of Michigan's promnitent support...…

November 22, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…_Th __ htgan Daily ANNARBOR,\II C1II[GA \\ I LM)Y\ NOVEMBIER 22, 1907. v-oL. XVIII. No. S. NATIONAL COLLEGE SEEMS PROBABLE Congress will be Asked for Funds to Establish Institution as Planned by Washington. The National Association of State univ ersities. at anteeting hel last aCtes ay in Washingoi, adopted a ee rttnendatioii mate by a joittcemmit- tee of the association anti of the Na tion at'dncational associaioni that a n- tionauniversi...…

November 23, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…The Mich ga Daily AINN AR BOR, f\H CX(1 \\ SA\IVI Aik NO V' IE . PR23, 1007.Xx 3 Vol. XVIII. ENGINEERS MEET ' LAWYERS TODAY t ast Football Contest of Season' Will Decide Interclass Cham- Vionship giironi cifntst of teya.thogihin i hiisxraeexlchiai -thetic re-tilg i ~t t stike. The gmis for the i nix xiii thei xiitetw titi xire tierepri-etx ies of te .01)1engineer, lstiyeai chixxxponshlii eami aind telxrixhlxais The ame wilxilitegi promptlya...…

November 24, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…The Michgan Dil ANN ARBOR, 1IICI [IIOA. 81I>? N\'EI;MBERZ 24, 1907. o5. NO. 54. flflUA~flDattemptsT cred the reqtirel ditnctee.j S UUIU VRJ~ [ht t titrtenv alt th r thre OUT VITORYWih lit to i itaitt to eat-e OUTA VC 1 mJIY lst till m1l n evetsard'he ls itun tttone Mal iite icefene at Plucky Fresh Laws Fall Before the irst-ear liii 1ffandwerefred E Last Year's Champions in Long lieea'- Battle for intercass Title. l t e >ier it tt ecitearmt...…

November 26, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Da ily ANN ARBOR, MIIChIIGAN, TUE2SDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1907. VOL. XVIII. No. 55. (1 T~PTWith toda-Y's issue The Da7ily ; owed. The fact that the play was tin- I1U - C O E AIPTIAINI; ssesd ttlettotuilatrtesutccessful, however~ was dae in no way UTTI7 to hiagoff-in nor to his coaci, hat to an 'l'lsaoksgh'ttgrecess. '1/ic test error of judgment by thc official. Itcncc WX. E S T SPtaper will17 appear ot 1itesdty, the injustice of ba...…

December 03, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…The Ml.c higan Dil ANN 'kRB,OR MICHIGN, TUESDAYl)ECI MIR 3, 1907. _ VkOL. XVIII. 1\. 5. CONFERENCE HOLDS FUTILE MEETING Big Nine Fails to Act Definitely Michigan's Status Is Still Un- certain. tFsllowinig the anntual ctstonm the close otihe football season has hbcought with it an altletic crisis wvhose effect on Mich- igals canlnot he foretold with any hope of acuraicy. tt hs nosv heent nearly sen years since the Conference, inlspiredl he ...…

December 04, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…_The Mc .."il VOL. XVIII. ANN . R , MIii fIG '\\. \VFI')\I'"S):\Y. I)I;CI'VMIIhJLR 4, zSf07. .ss o. . CAMPAIGN BEGUN VS. ATHLETIC EVILS Several Students Thing That the Graduate Director Should Not Vote for Treasurer. An organized catopaign agaist al- leged evils io te Athletic association lots resuttedi fronm the dleadlock in te election for thte office of treasurer. The thsree msemhers of tihe boarti of direcors whott suipptortetd George Ke...…

December 05, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…TheM " NA\ \R~tl'd NlI('ill(; \'n ~ i s.c.+'llIX )( Nl1 0 8 VOL. XVIII. No. 58. REFORM MOVE IS t ELL UNDER WAY' Alleged "Rottenness" to be Elim- inated if Possible-Many Per- tinent Questions Are Put. WXith the proposal of an amendment to th - constitution of the Athletic ass- ciations, and expressions of opinions re- gardting the allegedt"rottenness" in the present ioliticatl situatiott, t- ight for refornmation of Athletic associnationt a...…

December 06, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…The Miciglan Daily VOL. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DE.CEM-NBE R 6, 190. No 59. PROPOSED AMEND- MENT MAY BE MADE 4Athletic Association May Change Its Constitution-Rowe Says That Politics Are Inevitabie. Ant amtendmitent to the constitutiont of the Athletic associatiotn has beett pro- posed. Today at petitiotn calling for a special mreetintg to consider tiis amend- mettt will he circitlated. If twetnty-five signattures of members...…

December 07, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily XNNARBOR, \IIC1IIIGX\S\ T I I) 1Y;I)ECEtlfP, 7,1907. Vol- XVIII. INo. 60i. -------- - - - STUDENTS HOLD MEETING TODAY Discussion of Athletic Ass'n Problem Continues -- Rheins- child and Pearce Give Opinions. The -x5lion for a special mieeting to consider the proposed samtedment to the constittion of the Athletic assoiatioi will be presented to P)resident Hill to- say. The (ate asked for the meeting is iMonsay. uDe. if, a...…

December 08, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…_heMich iganDa ily A\N ARBOR. MICHTGV\:N.SUNDAY,..DECEMBER 8,197. Vol'. XVIII. POLITICAL METHODS MUST BE CHANGED Athletic Association Situatfon Begins to Clear Up--Agitation of Principles, Not Personalities. The poliiial a tmtophere oft Ath- '15 ioabeplial mt ods inC olcam-t~g figpoitics, acmiItteeCCto cosidr' Iotmtdingti revCCfising te, cIotittito 'u1ders1and(1gCofot((ltis andpurpole iitoi n0 the1 so-calle -opposing~ 1 ac :t 1111101 tttof ...…

December 10, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…AN15N ARBOR, iITClHi(lAN, tT,O' l '081 lA i )l-N' i ii tO, 007 Vot,..XVIIT. REFORM. COMMITTEE WILL AID COUNCIL iiPolitical Standards in Studentt Body Are Held Responsible forE Present Conditions. IThe political reformi comiiittiee ap- oitdat te atthletic mteeting Satturday n[tl Itt the clu[house Sanda afternoon t il fo rtttatee plta tat' tiatevrettiontt tey mtighit: Ihe empowered t tatla. The tly diaiot: reaed was i that they ttere [a consi...…

December 11, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…Daily inn'. XV'IT.\1\\N kill ()R., int (iI.\ \.\VEI)NkSIDiY. 1)kin'ki1 thinrriiQ0. Ivai m-11- tt)Tr oMVVl lonY1''OIIWt NI i CII (;1iNINVITTED TO CANDIDATES MUST ,_ ein oi'l 111111 141 \I 1(1)1f~ HINE EXE DSC ,1 1701 't'~'Ct r . iit i 1 Ii Au he n ,il N Ic i i lyl; tin ur.riivii . nIiiiteConveii ntion hs e Souit fr Pltca rbeji iidhii i-tN'.1b tcntniil <<p lilic Owner of New Theater Cuts Price niiiiWih t'° n.Jhn Inrt Presented to Student Counci...…

December 12, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily 'car.. X'VIII. ANN ARBOR, IFHIGAN. 'P IIIRSD k Y, D-ECF2MI3:R 12, 190)7'. ?MERMAI FAVORSt PROPOSED REFORM Councilman Endorses Sugges- tion Offered to Council-Thinks' It Will Relieve Situation. lIn the folloewing commnic tjation, AI. V. Ensmernian. a Student Councilman, ex- pesshis eaplroal of the tpolitial re- form plan presenitedu to tie Cottncil: "As a sttdet e taly interested ice the resenttmtoeen~t towards te alo- li...…

December 13, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Daly ANN ARBOR, MIlICG X\ 1 RID kY, C l -)l(\ilId 13 Q,07.N.C \'i.XVIJL. . f ti PiRRY -DISCUSSES PROPOSED REFORM P leform Committee Thinks That Success of Movement Depends1 on Number Interested The political itfoni n nittec' held at meeting at thne clhose last night. Senealreforiti lii iirti w etedicustsed. . I. Peare . VVidC . Pratt,, J. T Sample J. E.Ole \1.V.hIner- mant, Hi3.Jonesic iilM.,-). Baldin aee adeid to t ini ee T...…

December 14, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

…The MihiganDat ANARBOR. -MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DE~CEMBER 14, 1907.- VOL. XVIII. REGENTS APPROVE ATHLETIC MEMBERS 46l Personnel of Board in Control of Athletics Is Settled-Rules for Board Are Adopted The membelxrs of xthe x n xew tBoard xli Control of Athlletc, a xialxxetx- mter) by te Rgexxts, ar: PrxfAllxr 13. Lloyd, literary; ol, C. BK deNax- crede, mexical, pharmic, loxxxxxx, ani denal; Prof. Henry M. Rates, lax: Prof. (;orge W. lattersonx...…

December 15, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…re Mich-igan Daily ANN ARBOR, MXICHIGAIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER r , 100 7. VO. XVIII. No. 6r7. MICHIGAN TO HAVE 'QUAKE STATION Geological Department Plants Many improvements --Stu- dents to Do Research Work. GENEr'RAL SM1ITh TELS ;c'InDAIQ DPV STORIES OF TilE ARMY ;1ISORUlINS SPEAK~ I'icAn a-atgaanclb rcet y ON LOCAL TOPICS 1a-n e, 1held tia smoke it the 'Mich An!) i fored byri meniintia tire i'rer- ir " I rare tWerdtat onectime or in- t11re ...…

December 17, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 68) • Page Image 1

…e Mchgan Daily ANN ARBOR, [ICIUO. N, TUR.SDAY, D CT -1H)IR 17, 1907. Vol-. XV:lIII c>. 68. YOST DISCUSSE FOOTBALL TR4 Holds -D~estructive" Cc Rulings Responseible iron Weakness in We o h nll thi - inntr ;loit l t li e v tlc w - "Iic~t txix i. ~tisc +>ntl19 x l _1v ii lc t'~t lxO11 fo txxx ] th t l 1k xnde a.sgoo d a nlow ing as it did in IBFRII O YIYITE faceo sch ddsis the realix reniark' 0 UBLE 111ephs fthe ituaion. MAKES ITS REPORT ;onfr...…

December 18, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 69) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XVIII. PENNWVS. MICHIGAN AGAIN, SAYS MURPHY Veteran Quaker Trainer Sees No Reason for Severing Relations -Calls Wolverines Sportsmen. For sotmC tone p~ast various newspa- tiers rare delighted it interviews pur- porting to be fronm learlers in eastern sport andt predicting that Pennsylvania wrill refnse a gridliron contest twitlt Miclh- igan next seasoni. In view of this fact, a direct statement from one in authority is...…

December 19, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan rDaily ANN ARBOR, MICHIGANI, THURSDAYY, D ECEMB3ER i9; 1907 Vol- XVIII. No. 70-. TRACK TEA SHOWS PROMISE Michigan's Prospects for a Suc- cessful Season Are Good- Freshmen Show Up Well A ccardingi to tte prsntt outlook the fotloswers of Mtictigana track athetic have eery cause to iheotitmlistic. Of thehi lavaenots Capttai Rove, Coe Dual t sd1Hodge are left,tut arond these as a uctes it is expected that a tetnO worthy of relreen...…

December 20, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 71) • Page Image 1

…_The Michiga nDaily Vol . XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MIICHJGA-, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1907. N.7 No. 7r. MICHIGAN NOT TO GIVE ULTIMIATUM Patterson Talks on Athletic Sit- uation-Will Leave Conference Only as Last Resort. 4. Whtat awill hbeAtichigaiis attitd at te inex fmeeting oftho\Western Con- frence on Jan. 4 io? this i the qilstionh which i at pes- cut beiiig askeotlinily alotithtie n- pus, ut by nearly all le football aiiii other atlletie interest...…

January 08, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

…The ichiga Vol. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, NMICHTIGAN, -,OENt;1}Y.JANsVX.iX' 8, tons. NO FATTED CALF ON CONFERENCE MENU Conference Dismisses Michigan's Proposals of Change - Prof. Denies Ill Usage Michiganttis tatid ilthei.t i'oferce. I The action of the meetig of the Con- ference delegte in LhicaI go, Jan. q, demonstrates ceatly tat sie wil e welcomte i ie til st13in01] a par titithtie oter coleges. ittt there is to disptsitnotn11)1]t prt of te ot...…

January 09, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 73) • Page Image 1

…The Mchga Daily \NN XARBOR, \IT( I fIG \\, rHURSDAY, JANUA RY, 9) 1508. VOLs. XVIII. Nti. 73;. TEMPERANCE MEET FEELS SENTIMENT Speakers Talk Forcibly But Not Rabidly Against Saloons in College Towns. A Before a large and earnset audience Chairman Hlendcersons opened the meet- ing called together by thc auvocates of temperance in Usiversity hall last eei- ing Tie subject was totihetei upon front all sides, and, is all fairness to the speake...…

January 10, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…The Micia-Daily Vo.. XvIII. ANN ARBOR, MIICHIGAN\, FRIIDAY, JANtVUA IY io, l9off. No. 74. MICHIGAN'S PLACE NOT IN CONFERENCE -Rooter' Says Price of Michi- gan's Relation with West is Dwindling Athletic Strength. Atnti-Conference opiniot legin- to int deiite -expresin. The wcriter of tin fllotwitg cotmmtncicatini extlaitts hi riaonst'ftrueiritg severattec'fcth-tl etic relatiotstwitli tctwet " To the Editor: I titk tie follwitg retark tccer...…

January 11, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 75) • Page Image 1

…The Michign Dil ANN ARBOLR. ?MICIIGA'N, SA IliZl).1Y, JA N J : I:Y rar. aqoh<. o7 Vo'. XVIII. NO. 75. "MICHIGAN'S PLACE IS IN THE WEST" Senior Student Argues AgainstE Secession from Conference- Sees No Future in East. 1ditor IDaiy. Permit ata uy e.or ao say a fett words aitent le Conference-sitati.} Iae been here long tenglhto realie that I liver n mama a- to say. aatil sentiorsarteBayilg, tat I willlhe rte et year atdI till ntathae to bea...…

January 12, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 76) • Page Image 1

…ANN ARBOR, AM\IICTII11GA\N, S '1)AY'R , 12.8 Von;. XVIJT. MICHIGAN SHOULD NOT REMAIN Rooter Shows That it is Unfair for Smal Schools to Dictate- Plenty of Rivals Outside. , In a communication, the "Rooter' ci- icize, the "Senior" andi gives reasos for leaing the 't~csiirn Cofeece. Edtor IDay: Ther coiserativee seniriho nisw 555er "Roote's" comininic'tion has cles-ric perferteit the argtncts which the anti Conference atvocates tons'eeeotet I...…

January 14, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…VOL XVII.ANN ARBOR, MICITIGAN, TUESDAiY, J \N \[iY 54, 51908 VOL. XVIII. oii. %%. MICHIGAN WITHDRAWS FROM THE CONFERENCE BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS TAKES DEFINITE STAND S-STAR ATHLETES ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE IN FOOTBALL, BASEBALL AND TRACK-PATTERSON'S STATEMENT. Thes Board i Coto of Athltis TheFimopressioo that the Coference ha votesd last evening to withdrasv froos the beeo edseavorng to uiscipline Michigan Western Itcollgeiate Confereoce...…

January 15, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…The Michign Dal Vol. XVIII. Nt;. 78. I c i ions to follow in thte footsteps not of DaifI~l l)'ssls l r on to he particularly strong. CONFERENCE IHARSb the hest scholars hat of thse sest play- MICHIGAN1 DvBATErS. och- adlro Ciag- shoeu I tts)for t o ttining teants. Ie saidl last OF 'BOARD' ACTION Th esl of the conference Wasthe CHICAGO 'RIDM cwek : "The men are workig hard anti -- waythtrew the Conferencre colleges into one:, ss Ittt prhap...…

January 16, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 79) • Page Image 1

….TI Vol- ..XVIII. ATHLETIC STATUS AGAIN REVIEWED Conference Advocate Analyze Situation, Giving His View of Real Situation. te Edior (it The Daily: 'Truly enugh has a membler of tlhc Hoad (i'Cotrol sal that the loniver sito lhs tmade a leap ithle tdark ad one whlich, it the oiiott of tle writer, itai leap ndatwtill ii later ear e sicererlre(gretted. I reahize that the li-ci-iontis lto all iapplernctes a dfial stel. buti in fainteisiitotise stde...…

January 17, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

…ThleMichigan Dail Ann Arbor, Michigan, Friday, January 17, 1908. Vos,.XVIII. No. 80. DEBATING TEAMS he of the Adipi debating club, took sprtng an was in te Sargent contest AR j IT EA I E Io eruirary ie is editor-in-chief of lilt he 'i Syllaix, and a mmbr of Aleph Northwestern Team Arrived Yes- A.B degree, intending to enter te law depairmcint S a i enest fal. terdy-Jdge Swan wil be C'scl(GeorgT. ''Paher of the Moderator. Nrthwesern sans sai...…

January 18, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 81) • Page Image 1

…he Michigan Da il Ann Arbot, MI( icigan, t. oi day, Jtiuarti 1,-1908.. %Vait.. XJJ No. 81. MICHIGAN SCORES a llpomtei nf monand peet i o"I 11.Robrts, for Nortecstern, con- 1~(TIIIF~ VI ~T~RV tnded that public sentiment today hs l canged i(1 ,a tlt frotm that of the past feIars (l, al that the people of each Varsity Debaters Win Decision state ar tmaingi such chage in their OverNortwestrn Wile ol~star lues a they hind the netds of th Ove N...…

January 19, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 82) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Ann Arlbor, IX! ichigan, wn iidtiv, Jnnnia 19, 1908. Vol-. XVIII. N.S_ RECEIPTS EXCEE DISBURSM] Church, Bundschu, Row+ Whiting Are Chosen a Sciation's New Heads. flitly A. BIMtiseitti twasc finuancial seretiri' of the X.thi( cainat itheiannialtelection11 versity hfl i MauiceICCrCutiipa was BIniiiit'sopponentt Ini t lsou1 bueihenrorest if the canididates o )fic( aitnlilsrt JohntiNihit ICtinguiterot trasurer.tt Te reporits...…

January 21, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 83) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga n Diy ANN\.\RIIO R,'I~iIGII N, \\ It IS DAY*,\JIN\U'ARYN .x qo8. \"xi- XVIIl. 'Yo. 8.. MICHIGAN'S ACTION REGRETTED IN WEST Badgers Hoped for Games-Rec- ord-Herald Editorial Deplores Loss of Wolverine .Teams. 'tC cago Re fxcolcxi'l ci indsixi suf-ii ii impoxxrtill i i -ai n's, xxithdralr'' xii Ixxix. xxxernzc .rix lxix I? pclxx xii' o ixixixi 'alix xxs 1 x'xiiiiiiiii tx bexx' xxxiit 11) 1 xtxl'°x113 S lxxi xx xx lxx rexsuiltxxf...…

January 22, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…4 W '!* 0 ° * ' ,, J ,. n = , - ' J <'." , r; (" %. n ' i .r r. - C r ... 1 "r, , , .. ,, . f,,. T. f f . :t. ^ ..... r J. ,n i r; 7 UQ r , .+' f. r, , r' .I ... ' iii , . . zz- J f, r J: I i , I. .. .. :/; r. .1, r, . ._. n ,:. ' . Imo: ; l- _ f :J: 1 J,^, v tr :/ r r r " - 2 l<- 2 - .n T (;. J y ' r f... " r te r, r, r f _ ..+ J' u f i " , r, , ti ' r .; +; W C.; .f ... r _ .., r r ,.-. r ^. '" _ . " f 'f. r" .-.- J. .-. t'J r, '...…

January 23, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…The NMichiganDay G'ot,. XVIII. :ANN ARBORd, _I ICIGIAN, 'I' lIVRSl).t\Y .\"NCt',_CRY x'23,thu MUSEUM RECEIVES \ilxss I Ciii C C C\xt I xi PR DE~LGAlTflTION AS I"I' CRE URGE:D TO DLLLUMI~l flhFILEEELECTIONS EAIRLY HOPS RIGTEEDDeal Reed urgecsystrongly that ec earist possible nioment. Extra cek Petition Placed Before Constitu- xwiliie in the office the next three days to facilitate things, tint as there are tional Convention Committee abiout...…

January 24, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…T he Mic higan Dailyw :1N'\ \RBO, \llClI(t~N'I\ . I 411', I \NL \R 4i tya S , Voi.. XVIII. OH LA!I HOW THEY DO CARRY ON IN PARIS :aren't They the Giddy Things at Christmas! - Throw Bonbons and Kiss Pretty Waitresses. TlW itt I trench iitiditYtaincln(1- Ii ' dscribeditby Prof.5Jamses I. PlirdtI 1hr is lo 'hitmaIs vacation' its Pa t<iand t th S ritosse andth ie the phsilanthbropsist and the rabble,' ssf fickle as in the (lays, of Caesar, jee...…

January 25, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…\NN \ RYiOR, \1((.C \SIC T ROW \ RI-A .' r "1 21'..,,1908. Vol.. XVIII. No . 87. COGMEDY CLUB DRAWS APPLAUSE sThe Recruiting Officer' Proves to -be Good Vehicle--Dramatics Placed on Firm Literary Badis. r So mttny elenents of te performanee by the Comteytlub~n last nigttdenant mention that it to diffitlt to select tl c fess which mat receive attetio. Tie whole titdertakittg was tretetiots atd exactittg, detatdigtot oly real act ng ailit...…

January 26, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 88) • Page Image 1

…TheMichigan Di ANN ARBOR, \IICIGA\, SUNDANY, JANUARY 26, 19083o.88 Voi.. XVIII. r . 8 . -, ILLINI STUDENTS EXPLAIN VIEWS Claim They Have Always Been in Favor of Lenient Schedule! -Maroon Answers Editorial.' Thelliii.'itstudient pulication it NV ITNEfY MANAGER ATTrNDS CLUBSD~ PREPARING R1+ RIARSAL OF M ICHIGENDAUUD I lite Univiersity it Illinofli r )its itie fl- "A loeal luminusti ofti iflciignt tsus wilte ladtalolalatiot iof leunivte...…

January 28, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…heTMichigaDil ANN .ARBOR, MICHIGAN. TIES.Y. J ANUA!RY 28, 1908.N. . No. 89. Yc .. XVIII. CHRISTIAN FAITH IS. UNDISTURBEDt lDiscovery of Parchmients Does Not Endanger Present-Day Be- I iefsTranslation Unfinished. Pro. Icil-Y A.gan er I(he l asit ih 1clhr of the cluban interestedi ii iii<a aio z 1 t w 1 ha ril-lit t Ir;pllwsc ~ ee ociiiiiii ini 'lw rii'lil( for i leilh I . i ti Prof ald l-< upo heli co i1t :l (isp liiic see ii' iii iii'ar ii...…

January 29, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…TheichganDaily ANN ARBOR, _NIITC lc(.A N \\ ID f>SI)\\ A t 44 l :'RX29,No. 90. \'ot.. XVIII. NO, go. MICHIGAN IN GREAT DEMAND FOR GAMES Many Requests Come From Fiast and West-A Long Baseball Schedule .Arranged.1 i rector :4- aid ha'. returned4' from'4 his 444 4144.rip in te Brstand 1 dec4la.res tion. 1144. a44t1 desk is burid with four4'footba411l.tames.'.hart, .already beel S4v( 41i44. 411 44 4:44444444upo .4 444444 1)144.41444 la1rd41 ...…

January 30, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…The NMichigan DIl \NX \r RBOR, NIICnIGA\ I.TlfURSDYXJANUARY .h30, 1908-N. 1 V,1"XVIII. o. far. ANOTHER CHANGE IS CONTEMPLATED ..OSES4 POITO:1TRIEBLOOD' S CLASS ?aIl , coti Atoinen ha., resigied from PLAYS VR I US theaise aging editoship o T eDal, viotefc th t e w ilev schoo at lie end it tihe seester. The poii ihs vcatedtill e itt lled ttaStudents Give Admirable Per- the I ,:-Jiititfth le secndeiesnitecr formance of Historic'Tragedy liv A...…

February 08, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…he MchiganDil ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEB RUARY $, T908. V'OL. XVIII. \o. 92 JUNIOR HOP IS si A HUGE SUCCESS " pil Decorations and iMusic Are Un- lt usually Excellent - President \ Angell Heads Receiving Line.ra J Hopshave cme andJ Hop hve2v -oe tnee hsthr celch a1(11 ighs, Co o euifulcci 50 menla t 1 cin ci fomedcitiecc ccc' ivi im it a ii atrc d e mln i/c ccci lie deai mi p iti ccccc ci procided forcci ti sotatte h le.asc omplte i...…

February 09, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…The Michiga nDal A\NN ARBOR, MICHIGAN St '<DAY, FEBR'ARY 9, 2'908. VOL. XVIII. No. 93. S. C, A. CELEBRATES SEMI-CENTENNIAL Famous Doctor Journalist and Many College Professors Sign Articles of Incorporation. 'ITe fiftie.th 2222222.2sa222 2of 122. 't22 21en221' Christian Associati222onlof te Uni versity wiltlhbe 2appropria te)l}-221bserved2 this evening, when Rt. 1Re. C .harle 1 A2nderson,1bishop21of221 (ho 21.2w2ill (1- 112.22 thte fiftiet...…

February 11, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail VOL. XVIII. ANN AR BOP, IMICHIGAN, P TDAY, t-RUARY fi, 10 NO. 94. ... -.-- - - r _._. ._..._.. _ - . ...___.W_._. BA&BAL WORK IN CAGE BEGINS TODAY Coach McAllister Is in Town to Start Practice-- New Games Arz Scheduled. Preliminary practice for the baseal season will start in the gymasiam this ternoot. Coach McAllister will e F present to direct the opeitg work. En tsiasut among thetplayrs has sdeel- ped with the close ...…

February 12, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…The Mitc''higan Daly VOL. XVIII A, xAiiOR, .INfICIIGAN-W~TT$7 DAY', PEBRCA?'Y , 1908. >$o 9 ELERTYE SYSTEM PROVES A SUCCESS prof. Scott. T~bulates the Elec- tiouns-Dead Languges Are U-. popular. The reports of the fresh it class on the eletie systent as conditcted by te rhetoric dprtment and their tetatie elections for their entire college corse are eent tabtlated, in part, under te direction of Prof. FScott, in a mannier which brings out mat...…

February 13, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBO-R. ;ICIGA1N, THURSDAY, FkB UARY 'ji . N. VOL. XII NQ WATERMAN GYM IS BUSY PLACE stmlitO of last yeair. Itiiis'0., a stocky freshmoani, is shlowing good forthiii the combiniation and double work. Negotia- tions are being opened with Chticago and Oberlin for contests ini this branch of athletics. Track,' Basketball and Tumbling - -__ Teams Working Daily-Relay ,UCl I tGlNIA 1400K AND Teams Must be Picked at Once....…

February 14, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daiy VOL. XII ANN "ARBOR, MICI GA N.FRIDAY,' FET3RI\RY 14, 1908. --------- - IB8!11NS COME F~ROM-WOOLY WEST Michigenda Orchestra Has Play- tra From. Montana and Texas at Work Lassoing Harmony. For sates and seeo cities are repre- seted in the stdent orchestra wics will play for Miciigenda. Even far away Texas and Montana are ii it, ani the second city of the contry also. The first cornet, A. B. Newman, 'oe, is tlhe man fronm T...…

February 15, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 98) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Da ily VOL. XVIII. A---NN-ARBOR, IlCI1fIbr.'\, SA \T ldl),V l,"EIIldVARd\ r5. IQOS BASKETBALL FALLS iSNIORIs 11 ANNUTIIT llS\iN )T IN THE LIMELIGHT ltaiietingoftesnrla.la, _________done11in1regard* to te sbingout. lTe Next 'Week Sees Interclass Con- c pyatolt la cci dvie.ga- tests Begin - Fifteen Teams 011) tl ttt patt r1t111 inte 111)101a1 ftunction said thtey regartdedt it aschd Promise--Fast---League. lis, lintoadmittetd th...…

February 16, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 99) • Page Image 1

…__The MichiganDal VOL. XVIII. ANN ARBOR, MICHITGAN, SIN\I) AZT FEBR1UARY 16, a o8.No 9 No. 99. SIGMA XI WANTS MEN OF PROMISE Conditions Do Not Necessarily Disqualify Candidates - His- tory of thoOrganization. Elections to the iichigan chapter of Sigma Xi, the honoary scintiic society ofAmerican colleges an(1 uniersities ill le made in April, with the iniia- iolt'of the fortunate ons following in May. Those who are chosen arc seniors aud gra...…

February 18, 1908 (vol. 18, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…TheMichigan Daily NN ARBOR, -MICHI1GA, TUSDAY',FEB1R1 \RY ji1908 \VOL.*XVIII. .tio. loo. KAD LI 'S EC URE eeni' some of her friends, insisted to IIA EIJN'S ECT stch an extent that finally he smitted CA TU ED 11uE RE S anto fe hi ihs and the marriage oids I~hmT nflnsanctified by the pope after the imerial C~r~u~u HE RERScoonat ion sere dssoled. Josphins led a rather adentros Famous Frenchman Delighted life.i iei debts for or year were 1,oo,...…

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