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March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 1

…I rt xn a I r rxc. IPAY AND N) SERV ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. PRICE T OIS NOSES OUT MICHIGA I I I . ----------- Forged Checks Passed In City Police Declare According to the chief of police, more bogus checks are being passed at the present time than ever be- fore. Daily forged checks are be- ing passed qn both State street and downtown .merchants. From 50 to 60 checks are in the hands of the chief, and in his ...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 2

…he Univer- he use for )t otherwise erein. as second :Arbor, et. , if signed, the sig- it at an evidence of in The Daily at the to The Daily office. sideration. No man- *loses postage. the sentiments ex- ceived after 8 o'clock ....HARRY M. CAREY Edgar L. Rice Joseph A. Bernstein H ugh Hitchcock . H. Hardy Heth Lee M. Woodruff .................Renaud Sherwood ..John I. Dakin ...........Brewster Campbell ..... .Robert C. Angel . -. Margueri...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 3

… flhwLLw r un 1$ PLAY HELD 1 11 i de Encouraged by new costumesi rapid ticket sales and frequent between- act spreads, the cast and choruses of the Junior Girls' play begin the last week of rehearsal with the expecta- tion of devoting all their nights to perfecting the performance. Girls who had not made arrange- ments for their costumes met at Bar- bour gymnasium Saturday morning where under the direction of the cos- tume committee in ch...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 4

… - - T JJ r " Qo; 9 ,... ' F . _ "_ -- . PF FOUR IMPIONS I Packard ctive ET LOVING CUPS; UP GIVEN MAMERALS won the campus heavy- pionship by defeating his ge in the feature of the ,tches in the wrestling resterday. Dyni carried 's in the welterweight owing Dicken, and Hal-I he middleweight title inj with Dunphy. In the class Packard ciefeated e longest match of the r Against Brother nck had a decided ad- to the fact that he ou...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

…. .,... ntroducing to ou 0 A Few Members of R MUSICAL FAMILY f Our Line of Instruments After many delaysoccasioned by unsettled trade conditions, we have succeeded in replenishing our stock of musical instru- ments. Our lines are now, with few exceptions, unusually com- plete. To one'contemplating the purchase of an instrument or desir- ng to exchange his old instrument for a new, we have exception- al values to offer. We car...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 6

…Tuttle's EBERT REGIME ASKS FOOD FROM ALLIED GOVERMENTS (Continued from Page One) Leipsic yesterday after the failure .of npgotiations.t WHAT'S GOING ON 1 d "'a1d £ TWILIGHT CQNCERT SCHEDULE AT HILL AUDITORIUM TODA 1 .he account be large bor Savings Bank porated 1869 Surpl"m, $5-..0U ..:x,000,000.,00 Lunches Nunnally's Candy Maynard St. SUNDAY 2:30-Scalp and Blade meets at the Main & Huron idversitr Ave. i 14 i and Women ing to Assi...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 7

…J. i L ttigant &Itl { f y f ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920 I PRICE ' Announces Cast For, 1920 'op pr FORY-TREES-TUDENTS S ELECTE tL' BY DIETRTO PRPOCE ANNI EJUNI0N-["IHI0 , ji first act of "George Did 'ia on cream, s it appeared I I The Leads I the jU ri- 'v-. en ; Reading from left to right the leads are Harold Lauver, Kemp' Keena, A. L. Schirmer, Knight Mirrielees and Paul Wilson. Lauver takes the pa ...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 8

…GRILL fern Literature in F erio of Transition;. New Works To Come OUR IDEA OF KODAK PICTU . gilled Porterhouse Steaks '3o a.m.. to 1:30. pm. :*o p.m. to8 p.m. Huron St. Upstairs I_" in Stationover Rae Theatre a (By Stewart T. Deach) Among students of the 'preent-day fiction, there is perhaps no more in- teresting question than that which, concerns itself with the trend which literature is taking at the present time, and search as...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 9

…Is, the books, and vest. hum we by, now catches first tile fusser's eye, with cushions soft and light canoe, he sallies forth his girl to woo. For- getful now of profs and math, he rev- els gaily in the laugh, of that sweet maid who gently leans, against his shoulder, lost in dreams. Could but this season last for aye, while soft spring breezes round us play, but soon exams come for the term, and fill our blue books full of bunk. Then when a...…

March 21, 1920 (vol. 30, iss. 123) • Page Image 10

…I iy Jack P. Holden, "22 and Ce'ilan H. Rorick, ,'21; Harlequins, girls-Craig Ferguson, '22, M. B. Small, '21, W11- liam S.' Butterfield, '22, and James K. Spence, '21E; boys-Edward F. Moore, '21E, Fitzhugh Brewer, '21, Charles Price, '21, and LaMott F. Bates, '22. Folly girls-Lawrence R. Van Ness, '20M, W. H. Turner, '21, Gordon Loud, '22, and George Stone, '22; duet Holmes, John I. Dakin, '22, Leo P. Rennell, '22, and Leigh Anderson, '21; ...…

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