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January 06, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 78) • Page Image 10

…'' PACE TEN THEI MICHIGAN DAILY P'nTT)A, J.AN-TAT7 ___ ___ . . ....__. _ _.: v u ___ __._ _ a . _ .1 a a aa a aava sa....a as , ...-. aaaV+ a r DA-ILY OFrFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.) Voluiiie S. FRID)AY, JANUARY 6. uie78 Number ?8. Inriversiiy Letre: Dr. Raymond Leslie IEe...…

January 08, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 80) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY "TNDAY, J_'AT-.'.^V8S, ' ' I -......... .-n * _ DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.) in Hy, 'Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: It is planned to hold a meeting of the Faculty of thew Colleges oil Tuesday, January 17, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348, West En...…

March 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 134) • Page Image 11

… SECTION THREE -dommummi- PP'l 4 It4k ~IAi1p SECTION THREE Vol. XXXVIII. No. 13 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1928 MAY FESTIVAL DR S Thirty-Fifth Annual Concert Event of the University Musical Society Will Present Galaxy of Not FOUR PAGES ISiS ed Musicans For Four Days In Hill Auditorium Program Array Draws Notable Comment For Its Quality From Impresarios (3 - 'K) BRILLIANCY TD MARK SPRING MUSIC FEAST. Five Directors Of...…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 11

…0 STCJRDAi', MAY 12,'. 124. THE MICHIG-AN DAILY COMTEEE ENDA INVIATIOS TOMAN .10 BE AIS I ASK GOVERNOR TO ATTEND Pr ofessors, I*Kfia,,And Proiiiifient Ahluin i Tphelistoth 11ose rece'iving jinvita- tions to the Architects 17th Annualj May Py arty contaained the cnmes of many people promninent, in loeal ind state circles. While 1ot1ll iof those receiving the invitat ions attIendled the party ,tlie comiplete list, of iiivitat 10115 'wich 1...…

September 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…!TUESDAY, SEPTEMB3ER -25, I928 THE MICHIGAN DIArLY PAGE ELEVT P OI A D EC HI the party could continue its jour- f = ^ --f11IIt111t1111I11111 P FESR H BSAD REC EO FLES they bucked a heavy sea, mean- BeneG 1 while' navigating the fjord by dead 90~f iiiWRE 10 IIN [ER ACVIIIL reckoning, the party reached- re- .d ) _il IU O IIILIO M IH")gut, Iceland, whence they will re- (Non;IJ, oo1 OI1IIH1LiI\turn via a freight line plying+ be- tween I...…

October 21, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

… Richard P.; Guest, Captain of the LaFayette Football Team. To his familiars Mr. Guest is known as "Tully"--thus passing the well known nick- And Now They Wear 'Em One-Piece!I Charles Piecule wits, varsity fullback of the Fordham University football team, wearing the new one-.piece football uniform and carrying the old-style suit. The jersey and the pants are not detachable and give an overall effect. The new type suit is lighter to wear th...…

October 28, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 31) • Page Image 11

…A Movie Star's Daughter Mops Up. This dainty tar is Miss Frances Rich, of Los Angeles, daughter of Irene Rich, the well known and stately moving picture actress. This was snapped on the Smith College campus where Miss Rich is a popular undergraduate. It looks like a property mop to us. (Underwood and Underwood) 117,000 Fans See Notre Dame-Navy Grid Clash in Chicago. Chevigny of Notre Dame making an end run in the second quarter of game agains...…

November 04, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 37) • Page Image 11

…Leads Crimson on Gridiron. A. E. French, a member of the senior class, is captain of the Harvard football team. French is prominent in many campus activities. He is a mem- ber of the Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770, of the Pi Eta Club, a track letterman, and-last but by no means least- president of the Student Council. (Harvard Pictorial) "Dogs For Defense-Nothing For Tribute"-A group of Smith Col- lege students and their famous "man-eating" ...…

November 11, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 43) • Page Image 11

… I r I \ Smith Girls Mix in Politics-Here we have the officers of the Smith Republican Club. Left to right, first row: Mary Barr, Joliet, Ill.; Caroline Mowry. Englewood, N. J.; Wilhelmina Schoellkopf, Buffalo, N. Y.; Second row: Jane Gilmore, Maplewood, N. J.; Fanny Curtis, Boston, Mass. (Eric Stahlberg) Flaming Youth Going to the Dogs-Certainly a plot for Percy Marks may be found at the University of Cincinnati where unruly freshm...…

November 18, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 49) • Page Image 11

… - 14 11 1 . ll- , - 0 t A Gripping Spectacle-Half-Nelsons, ham- merlocks, toe holds, and other grips are turned out in large quantities by this class in wrestling which has been snapped in the De Pauw gym- nasium. (The DePauw) ir . .,v .. -._ -. .. ._ 6 I I If I I t 13 Two Tough Birds to Hit-Here are the two leading candidates for All-American fullback honors from the Middle West. They are Mayes McLain, (above), the Iowa Ind...…

November 25, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 55) • Page Image 11

… The Original Building of a Great College -The stately Administration Building of Washington and Jefferson College at Wash- ington, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1795 and was the original building of old Wash- ington College. (The Red and Black) 10 A r J Certainly Not, Boys, That's a Real Rifle-And Miss Adela Hale, captain of the girls' rifle team of the Univer- sity of Kansas, can use it effectively when the occasion requires. In her f...…

December 07, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 64) • Page Image 11

…PRrDAY, DE~CEMBE1R 7, 192 , ,T HFMICI-IGANDAILY PAr+ , ;r t v SUCCESS PROPHESIED STUDENT HEA°D BILLIANCY FEATURES D"IRECT OPIFRA UNUSUAL TICKET SALE' FOR "RAINBOW'S ENDO ICO198PMI O OPERABloMO Bs ..................................._______________ - -- - Fine 1M 0c net Assiduous Training Indian Seting Allows Ritualistic Clusitnas ra bowlt n )pc a llt ill ($ Choruses and Cast Add ~ Music to be IncorporatedToDa rgC''d X ; ally to the Sh ow...…

March 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 134) • Page Image 12

…T'A(C R PACETWE4Y1 lV1101 ITGAN DAILY J. -1 I - 1 11 SI'NDAY, '_11_ RCII 2,7-,, 1 2F THE MICHIGAN DAILY STJNJ)AY, MARCh 2i', 192S FESTIVAL AGAIN NOEDOPERA coMPANIES W E FLL REPRESENT'ED IN !SPRlING iCOCERT CROLJPV BOASTE ",- o SE VERA L OPERATIC STARS t1'11ie ,('e A I? 4ha se* lIrIi c' 'o ( a k 4.of 1'ii y lduhi'eAr' A licong' N en r w' Ckkit i4'I>,To i:c :, Es&'~i6 Almcost, never' before ha'rsuch elia number of, operat'ic 'stars ib...…

May 12, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 167) • Page Image 12

…PAGE TWELVE THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1928, ........... FANTASTIC SETTIP ni n rnun~l-riaaiArT~ TLa teff Is V.Dei ner NGS MARK PARTIES Ill ULU LUYF IN Mi INti,Of Party Settings! VJAS SCHEME IN119 23 (Continued From Page Eleven) the structural work of the gymnasi- a i n. It provided for the radiating of many streamers of crepe paper tro ?i a large central motif, on which v ere painted original figures which wyere indirectl...…

September 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…0 [WELVE THE M'MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1928 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 9. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. Number 1. To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin: .The attention of users of the Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully called to the followin...…

October 21, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 25) • Page Image 12

… w w w -Iqopw--- 7 FOCUS YOUR LENS Students in Norwaythrow away their emblematic1 caps and canes when they graduate from high school into the university. (Underwood and Underwood) To serve our readers with the latest and best we welcome help from every student, and of assistance. photographs of college activities, course are willing to pay for this We want photographs hot from the campus. We want unconventional and unusual pictures-t...…

October 28, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 31) • Page Image 12

…Right from Yale to the International Polo Four! Frederick Winston Churchill Guest, captain of the Yale polo team last year, was one of the outstanding stars in the defeat of the Argentines by the United States in the recent international series. Three games were required to decide the championship of the Americas as the Argentines won, the second game. Guest did marvellous work in the deciding game which the United States won by 13 to?9. This ...…

November 04, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 37) • Page Image 12

…Dons Mantle of Tad Jones. M. A. (Mal) Stevens is functioning as head coach of the Yale football squad. This is his first year as head coach. He has played and coached under Jones. Stevens was a star halfback on the Yale "Wonder Team" of 1923. He was graduated with the Class of 1925, and he is now studying law. (Yale News Pictorial) 4 L i I . -- ' -7- If A LI VI /, A1 1 -. '' I I Ii N (Above) ALTHEA BAINBRIDGE enjoys the th...…

November 11, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 43) • Page Image 12

…I The Rope That Tied Up Broadway Traffic-The Sophomores at Columbia (it's a college) dragged the Freshmen out into Broadway, thereby adding to Mayor Walker's traffic problem. (Pacific and Atlantic) 'I (Above) ALTHEA BAINBRIDGE enjoys the thrills of her first air trip as furnished by Pilot R. S. Fogg. Her charming smile is unmarred by cloudy teeth-thanks to Pepsodent. Blame Film for Cloudy Teeth -for serious tooth and gum disorders. Remove ...…

November 18, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 49) • Page Image 12

…1 I Teaches English with an Authentic Accent-Miss Eglan- tyne Jebb, of Birmingham, England, a new-comer in the English department at Wellesley. She is not wearing a Doug Fairbanks beret. That's a trick cap which is given away with certain English academic degrees. (Wide World) Harvard Men Practice Plane Living-Harvard has an aviation club of fifty students with headquarters at the airport in East Boston. R. B. Bell, of New York City, is pr...…

November 25, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 55) • Page Image 12

… "Hallelujah On The Bum"-Three pseudo-hoboes of the senior class at Simmons College. They are not really tramps, my dear. They are just playing at it for the annual house-warming hobo party. From left to right-Margaret Merrick, Janet Hayman, and Betty Whipple. (International Newsreel) '0 205 Pounds of Bril- liant Football-Ed- die Decker, '29, is playing his third sea- son as halfback at Yale. He is noted for his stone-wall defen- sive play. ...…

December 07, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 64) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN D A I LY FRTDAY, I rY TtB1 c 7, 1923 -H--M-CHGAN-DAIL I11 all 111 I i 1111.I il 01 91Giri ,p _ a, i NDU~ ir I.~ III IM hI 1 ' 1111.1,11111111111111111111U!I1II11I111111111 1.1 11111 l lilt '1" UI 11 11U 1,'11',11 _, J1 1 Wi t Alimited number of good seats still remain for the Ann Arbor showing of the most original and lavish Opera in history, playing next week at the Whitney Thec- tter Monday through Frida...…

March 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 134) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAII: Y PACT+' TNTTt' fTT:P:' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGT~ TTITflTEEN MU.SICAL S DR. STANLEY FOUNER ' OF EARLIEST FESTIVAL Bo'don F' otivil O(rltestra Under Mollenhia ter Played For Fi"5 Ten l eal's OCI YCi MOORE 1920 DIRECTOR The first Ann Arbor May Festival / was fiven in 1 94, with Dr. Albert A. :anley as its founder. For a number of years precedling this late the Uni- versily Choral Union had existed,...…

March 25, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 134) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, 'ATA ,CIi 25, 1928 .... ..... .. ........A..LY..S..N.......M A lm momomm THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL I MAINTAINED BY THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director A feast of good music performed by stars from the world's greatest opera hc oratorio singers, instrumental soloists, orchestra and choruses. DEDICATION OF THE NEW $75,000 FRIEZE MEMORIAL ORGAN, BUILT BY THE SKINNER ORG Five Conductors, ...…

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