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October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…I AND COLDER 'ODAY f4 it4an at t'1 JJ V .lf-1 1£ PRESS SDAY AND NIGHT SERVICE I No. 25. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1921 PRICE S. U. DEFEATS MICHIGAN, 1 4 ,0 TING WOLVERINES OVERCOME STRONG BUCKEYE ELEVEN IN, FIRST CONFERENCE ENCOUNTER VERSE BREAKS AND ABSENCE OF VETERANS WEAKEN VARSITY )TH TEAMS STRONG IN )RWARD PASS ATTACKS Goebel Play Well for n, Stuart and Pixley for 0. S. U. In a game featured by adver...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…- 1 'd in C*ltrol of Student iPublcations. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS >ress is exclusively entitled to the use for ws dispatches credited to it or not otherwise and the local news published therein. >stoffice at Ann Arbor, Michigan, as second arrier or mail, $3.50. bor Press building, Maynard Street. s, g6o; Editorial, 2414. ot to exceed 300 words, if signed, the 'sig. to appear in print, but as an evidence of events will be published in The Dai...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY QCO buys a brand new Corona portable type-. writer. Other makes at attractive prices. See us before you buy.( 0. 1). i-_O1{RILL Ann Arbor.Mich. SLEEP ANY I RE, BUT EAT AT REX'S THFE CLUB LUNCH 712 Arbor Street Near State and Packard Streets A ReliableJeweler 113 South Main 17 Nickels Arcade I ,.~- ' If Economy is r , 'What You Want Buy Your Clothes Here A RE you going through college with spendthrift recklessness...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY News From The Other Colleges rown-Thirteen fraternities at wn university have agreed not to any rushing until after the foot- season. They are backed in their, td by Dean Randall. By "no rush- it is meant that the fraternities not spend any money upon fresh- t, nor will they admit freshmen to r houses or hold any conversa- i with them regarding fraternity ters. raternities entering the agreement Alpha Delta Phi, Delta...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 5

… 5 . . .. . .. . .. ." . NMFIRM t'. . .jI Y : r .. . .:. . 1 '1 . * , :p _- Ur SCORE BY ,QUARTERS GAN' 1st 0 0 2nd 0 3rd 4th FINAL 0 00 7 0 7-141 ILLINOIS ALSO STARTS BASETBLLPRACTICE' Urbana, Ill., Oct. 20. -- Although football is scarcely advanced beyond the early season stage, the University of Illinois basketball candidates have been drilling for more than two weeks, in an effort to develop another quintet which will re...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S COUNTRY RUNNERS All That fichigan Football Team Is Or Hopes To 7Be It Owes To Coaches U' MICHIGAN. IN OPERING MEET ith Lower Score Wins in Hill Dale Race By Close Count of 8 to 82 S CROSSES TAPE AHEAD CHUTE AND WHITTEMORE e defeated Coach Farrell's men nnual dual cross country run ty morning by a 23: to 32 score. the Purdue ace, was the first cross the tape, closely follow- iute of Michigan. Furnas cov- course in t...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S In Archie Adams, Amherst has a tackle who weighs 205 pounds and who can run the hundred yard dash in 10 3-5 seconds. Penn State has accepted the offer of the University of Washington to play a football game with them at Seattle on° Dec. 3. "Stuffy" McInnis, first baseman for the Boston Americans, played 119 con- secutive games of errorless ball to close the season for his club. He was charged with only one error the e...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 8

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October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 9

…I; . , ;. ' i Its 8 VrTH I'r nTE AITEIHS ,Klo III cn /ILLS Miss Stanch cited many instances in which graduates of the University the new now hold responsible positions on ue build- daily papers. She continued, "Asso- dustrious ciations found in journalistic work are len New- exceptional, since the average of in- Lug shoes telligence and ability is necessarily high."# s1 grinning and as is in to tembers Chosen ly Comedy Club of rig. ...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 10

…BILLIARD ENTRIES NOW BEING TAKEN Entries are now open for the third annual straight-rail handicap tourna- ment on the billiard tables at the ,Union. The fee is $2 and prizes will be awarded consistent with the amount of entry money taken in. It is hoped that this tourament will un- cover whatever billiard talent there is among the entering classes. In addi- tion it is quite probable that the win- ner will be the one chosen to play against the ...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY; OCTOBER 23, 1921 The Syrian Problem (By Prof. F. W. Kelsey) men but asserts his leadership only, Near East from further bloodshed and testant College in Beliut, an insti- The elevation of Emir Feisal to roy- as the French claim, for the ends of discord. tution with administrative headquart- authority in Mesopotamia with the personal power, seeking to build up "You cannot too strongly empha- ers in N...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 12

…WM. GODYEAR & COMPANY for those Jvho indulge in sports ---and for those who follow the game flr 4 I A Swagger Skirt Color and fabric may be almost what you will; there is no deviating, how- ever, from the carefree swing and jauntiness of the out of doors. That must be evident. Prunella in plaids and stripes is prom- ipently featured. Velours, too, in checks of navy and brown. $16.50 to $22.50. SECON) FLOOR A Bramley Blouse The one who would ...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 13

… (By Lawrence H. Conrad) In The-Michigan Daily Magazind for Sun., Oct. 16, there appeared an article by Delbert Clark which presented, with no attempt at summarizing, the opin- ions of a few campus authorities upon the relation of thinking to writing. I believe this relation to be vital. I think that the question, "Do thinkers write and do writers think?," should not be dismissed with the statement which this writer used in conclusion -"And th...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 14

…the stamps, and lick them on. TheSyrianProkiem ooks and Authors I notice here and there a tendency to disparage criticism on the basis (Continued from Page One) GLEANINGS ness was sent, as you can see, after that "it is only the opinion of one the language and .the people, said to (B G P. E,) the European war had been in prog- man." So was Newton's law of gravi- me, 'is the kind of peenniary sup- (By -. t. E.) port, and help in governmental ad...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 15

…Organizations -and the Iconoclast (By Virginia Tryon) and this part of it makes the social sodialistic rot out of my system. Fra- belong to the Local Order of Brick- Many there are on the campus, and part of it more or less a farce. If I ternities generally get the brainiest layers No. 3. If he does not belong many there always will be, who have, joined an organization, I should have men on the campus. I don't know to the Robert Burns Club, he...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 16

…The Wants Of Jtillions (By Hughston M. IMeBain) would be to his benefit to run it a She had already spent more than usually busy, I glanced up and noticed A so-called Want Ad is a peculiar, week. For he would not only be sure $50.00 advertising with no results for the arm of a man which was resting uncanny thing. Its slient message is of getting results, but would get a her. However, we tried to assure her on the counter. It was artificial, bu...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 17

…ra way to estmate toe cost o ad- vertising is the cost of one line per million circulation. This is known as the Milline method of revealing to the advertiser exactly what he is buy- ing. "The MacMartin Advertising Agency says: "The Milline of The Chi- cago Daily Tribune, which costs 70 cents for 437,158 circulation, is $1.60: while the milline of the Grand Forks Herald which costs 7 cents for 14,737 circulation is $4.75. Instead of the Chicag...…

October 23, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 25) • Page Image 18

…UNITARIAN CHURCH State and Huron Sts. SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister October 23, 1921 10:40 A. M.-"What the Church Represents." Every great in- stitution repreesents some- thing bigger than it can fully embody. 5:30 P. M.-Young People's Sup- per. 6:00 P. M. - Mc. Stanley Man- ning, President o the Nation- al Universalist Young Peo- ple's Society, speaks. Out for University Service at Hill. A Cordial Welcome to You? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Huron, Belo...…

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