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March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…AF 4 41 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 SAS DEFEAT WOLVERII ,.; ;I " . e .I EEL- Etx OPERA T TIME Give senting of theI Detroit Symphony And Noted Artist Appear Tomorrow' Bendetson Netzorg, pianist, and the Detroit Symphony orchestra, Ossipl Gabrilowitsch, conductor, will give the final concert on the Extra con- cert series at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Hill auditorium. Of special interest is the fact that Mr. Netzorg ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…is secsnd nts expressed t............BRWSTER P. CAMPBE~LL ......................seph A. Bernstein ,..~ ~ .. ............]. P. L~ovejoy, Jr. .... ... ... ... ... .........J. B. Young G. P. Overton n M. B. Stahl -echt Paul Watzel naan....................L. Armstrong Kern er E. R. Meiss ...... ..........Thornton W . Sargent, Jr. ............................George Reindel ......................$lizabeth Viker .............................. R. . ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…e~fthe largest coliseums in the ;ry is being 'built in. Detroit by' state for the Michigan State Fair ciation on the new fair grounds ortih Wo. d ward near the six mile These :grcoutds were just taken by the state last year. e building 'was designed by L. W. 17, state architect, who'~ is now izlgwith the buildings and grounds tment In connection with the al building addition, and is simi- L construction with the large field e the athletic depa...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…ity for a iraternity or ernity house without ilding. You will be n. The grounds are arranged. LLSHOUSE SPANISH STUDENTS - TO PRESENT PLAY Los Intereses Creados, a play by Benaventa, foremost contemporary Spanish dramatist, will be presented by, La Sociedad Hispanica next Tues- day night. The play is modeled after the old Italian Comedias Dell Arte, with the conventional characters of Pierrot, Columbine, and Harlequin, and is being played by ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…', : a- - - -~ .4,,., I ISSUE SENERAL CALL FOOTBALL UN APRIL '18 Elaborate Yost's intention to be 6n the look- Bofout for any men who did.not have an opportunity to exhibit their prowess in the annual fall training. Considerable' added interest last VCICS year resulted from the competition LUTICES among the men in the football tourna- ment which was made a feature of Eormulat- spring practice. This tournament re- nt Coach sembles a track me...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…ler in~, STATE INTERSCHOLASTIC' BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT HERE MAR. 30, 31, APR. 1 ve Fa ing ad is esh s of Carl J t vers ever captai minen bard. rap- two mile event Ansteta and Shene- the field are doing around 10 minutes with lahn ease. The Indian meet seems to indicate e of that the squad is weak in the quarter' rrell mile department. Coach Hahn has next several men that are capable of do- ing around 52 seconds. Inexperience per- may be bl...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

…1 l6 rl .£YA.6l 1Vd'A I &/'4L+ 1 bed pj ents in pleasant surroundings undler direct observation of the Health Service staff that puts a heart into the student health movement." MOORE CHOOSES NEW UNION COMMITTEEMEN Mt wave Of i the cam- of the tUni- s little rea- ts-that one the failure ch a maxi- is the lack connection Dr. John Sundwall has been e of the Students' Physical department he has advocated nsion of the Health Service care for stu...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

…1@ rULiI TINI 'DIR is welcoi in the lig person w Id feel the ;uilty of n aracterize "heing re, tY OF record but I cannot mention them, they DN are too dark. In 1919 during the dark days of mar- tial law in the Punjab where the writer me to was an eye-witness also, unarmed ght of crowds were fired upon, cities bombed Ithout from aeroplanes, wounded deprived of at the ambulance aid, little children lashed ao ex- and flogged for "waging war ag...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

…rihe Id a, Are I tb '0 iJ R R me ~ J LRIbIJj3. 6:30 oclock. Other services as usual. iU ii°l CA4TOI Moral Elasticity" will be the sub- -r ,nnn nlln itiiect of the morning sermon by Dr. Mr. Siegel Mayer, display advertis-. - ., ..hA fllhfl f rl1L L. A. Barrett at the Presbyterian 'Ing solicitor of the Ann Arbor Times church. ,:At noon, Prof. W. D. Render- News, will speak at 11 o'clock tomor- res for the~ Junior Girls' play- son speaks befor...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 10

…L ULLt I IN (11:30 a. m. Satardayu.) H 26, 1922 Number 129 an of the Graduate School of the University Michigan, will deliver two University Lea- 1, in the auditorium of Newberry hall Thurs- 'ch 31, at 4:15 p. m. The subjects of the two cuse: The Revival of Athens in the West" of the Mediterranean." The public is in- F. E. ROBBINS. McKeen Cattell, editor of "Pcience", will deliver a University Lec- sday, March 30, at 8 p. m. in the auditoriu...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 11

…I ittgan t itt SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 The Poets Who Are Coming Here I. Padraic Colum ly Lois Elisabeth Whitcomb) ish Poetry." "The New Era in Amer- The first mentioned of the five poets, Fleece," (Macmillan), appeard the e American Association of Uni- ican Poetry" is a volume of criticism, Padraic Colum, is an Irish poet and same month. ty Women has arranged for a one of the most authoritative volumes dra...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINS- "I Tine of Peace" (By W. Bernard Butler) aluminum, and other electrolytic for the factories which produce these From peace to war, dye to poison products. Congress still holds up ac- materials are potential munition gas, or fertilizers to high explosives fion, and the issue threatens to go into plants. The only safety lies in equal- within an hour, is a possibility in Ger- the political plank of some party. ity of ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 13

…I mericae's New Atagazines- The ye itor's Note:-This is the third of The contents started out promis- embellished with initial and tailpiece --not excluding The Double-Dealer. ries of articles dealing with the ingly with a unique verse byHaniel wood-blocks by Hinrichsen. Yet it is strange to note that it is magazines. A, fourth will appear Long, entitled. "Unimportant Dialog." The contents as a whole are almost singularly unrepresentative of C...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 14

…The Ypsilanti He has a peculiar sympathy for the HAVE YOU EE RE 0 - - ings, and Claude F. Bragdon, "Outlines ouild's. int of view, and an unusual "Penguin Islan,' by Anatole If hineseArt," by John C. Ferguson, Theatr a he interest in the treation of estory--telling France. W. L. George sas in his and "Engravers and Etchers," by Fitz- L et te tr thelato tyo -ling critical book on -the famous French roy Carrington. aCniudfo ae1 vr nd the sstelle...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 15

…(A Review by G. D. E.) It is only when my enemies have been especially denunicatory that I feel happy, that I fall into a mood decent enough to do.justice to a really good book; and for the last week they have been as thoroughly dull and ob- tuse as a Sunday school class. In-, deed, I suspect them of being members of some such organization. In consequence, I feel incapable of doing a good review of one of the best books published in this count...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 16

…I8 T1;i BAII'TIEPI NDTil hooks and Authors Scot F r (A Review by C. . B.) "ROSINANTE TO THE ROAD ingly trying to Temould, pitifully sure Some time ago "The Beantiful and AGAIN?' of the power of his own ideal. And in Damned," by F. Scott Fitzgerald John- Dos Passos. these two Spain seemed to be mani (Scribners), was reviewed in these (A Review by t. B. S.) feot." columns in a mildly adverse manner. From the sordid warscape of filth,' It is not ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 17

…How utterly childish that the high schools have the assurance that Fifth, the patrons have more confi- to the fact that drink is forbidden. author of "This Side of Paradise" their high school diplomas will be ac- dence in, and are generally more will- It is considered 'chic' to violate the should write such inane words! But ing to support, a high school recog- law." "I never in all my life saw a whoceptable to state boards having to do nized b...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 18

…istory frofessor Tells the Truth (Continued from Page 5) the solid-tire inventors; thus the auto- mobile trust disposed of the Doble steam car; .thus Ford beat Selden in the courts; thus it was declared in amazingly quick fashion, that the recent "invention,' Frost-bites," was a food' rather than a confection, and thus today are the steel, copper, and aluminum interests fighting a new cor- poration which has a formula for mak- ing aluminum fro...…

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