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April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…f 1.1 V-Z ftV iAw at. .v I JA .. .__- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1922 -.-'----~'-.~" - -----,-- ----4 ,. ERINES HUMBLE INDIANS, BLICATIONS APPOINTS ILY BUSINESS MANAGER; 16 EDITOR TO BE CHOSEN ND BROWN E OF 'ENSIAN e Given Chimes; Student members. of th Board in Control of Student. Publications were nominated also at the meeting. Elght men were named from which number four will be chosen at the spring elec- tions...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

…to the use far z not otherwise !a therla. i ~ a r Seaet. ned, the signa- ideuce of faitk, at the discre- fce. Unsigned nanuscript will Cents expressed nicely with the aid of only one orchestra, the year- lings have felt the need of doing things up a little better than their elder brothers and have arranged for two orchestras to play at the affair which they are to hold in the near future. The Frosh Frolic will no doubt be a more elaborate d...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

…den in the role of Madame Butterfly. S She and her husband then came to J America where they sang for two sea-, sons with the Savage company. The following year they went to the Ber- lin Opera where Miss Easton sang the fam- leading roles. Another period at Covent olitan Garden, during which she created the e role soprano role in Ricordi's prize opera, nhau- "The Angelus," sang Sieglinde in May "The Valkyrie," Eva in "The Master- ed in singer...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 4

…'NC- and artistic work may be Judged human, instead of sex, standards. Makes for United Michigan If the rules governing participati in camus activities are made to hi e o monize with national practice c so. cerning sex distinctions there is par- danger that we shall have women tivi- our football teams or gridiron here inly prominent in the Women's Leag to- The opera will remain masculine a t a the Junior Girls play feminine. B chi- we shall ha...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 5

…y ..,. 1. 0 4 1 '.0 1 I'll, t 0--bum . ... kson ,hes de Ar cross he ad ist for o the the andi n pla; tall a ho be gi Mtajesti avingl wish Di one ogo a ,er the first hit to tbe ger wl runm nethre condt ith t ayer ml ass to Mtice w~ board e start shad Triple into the first! Lfor a triplej won for him-i1 .rade theater sed the platel dded 10 more wa grand to- movies. That1 first hit, thet the first run yer on Ferry com~es.about.) Manager ...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 6

…EARLING CENSURES CLASSMATE WHO HAS REFUSED TO WEAR CLASS HEADGEAR ,I . I- I :: I . EDUCATION SENIORS Senior education students must order their commencement invitations and announcements today in Tappan hall between the following hours: 9 to 10, and 2 to 5 o'clock. I EIL REEREVES ANNOUNCE Mary Pickford in "LittleLord Faunt- leroy" with health education films, "The High Road" and "Foot Folies" at the Wuerth Theater May 8, 9, 10, and 11. Buy...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 7

…lic Health lethods In Poland Described 71y Visiting Physician of absence for various time have been granted sev- essors and members of the y faculty by the Board of Prof. R. W. Sellars, of the y department, is absent for at semester, teacing~in Brown( r. Prof. J. G. Winter, of the4 I Latin department, has been in Europe for the past col- Prof. C. C. Glover, of the College of Pharmacy, has been at Columbia uni- ersity studying and employed in...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 8

…cool us Sundaes - 30c Editor, The Michigan Daily: A great deal of adverse criticism has come to my ears lately beause sol many people got up and left during the recent talks here by the poets,! P'adriac Colum and Carl Sandburg. Inasmuch as I am one of the guilty' number I would like to say a word in. defense through the columns of The Daily. The talks have been held, at a very inconvenient hour for a gr~eat many of us but rather. than miss t...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 9

…Ift I ,"te Girls who have any old lace or cos- the tumies for the period of 1800 are asked en on to call Margaret Spalding at 398. fence- ss for All freshmen and sopohmore girls be f~owho wish to tryout Sor class baseball been teams will meet at A o clock Monday girls afternoon for their first practice. De- were finite practice hours will be also de- the cided upon at this time. been 1bDe- Senior play rehearsals will be as fol- t will lows t...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 10

…* Y V (11:30 a. m. Satu 23, 1922 .E TdI N rds.) Number 145 >sence of Mrs. Burton from the city, President and Mrs. "at home" Wednesday afternoon of this week' , Science, and the Arts: 3 meeting of the Literary Faculty Monday afternoon, n. in Newberry Hall. JOHN R. EFFINGEIR. Wisconsin Bonus: Ly office, Room 2, University Hall, between 2 and 5 p. m., i. F. B. WAHR. f paintings recently made in China1 and sketches by Ann Arbor Artists all. O...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 11

…1J $irtjigxn &zitj SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1922 Mr. Untermeyer Talks--Some os Eliseth Whitcomb) - --An aristocrat of radicals. Accord- at's not for publication," Mr. ing to his fourteen-year-old son Mr. Rer conclud hastily. Now Untermeyer, is, however, merely a mild me a few questions. 'Do you liberal. There was much to be said a American poetry?' 'Yes' of son Richard (the "Dick" whom U ntermeyer." readers of "Th...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 12

…)Vanaging the flichigan Union Editor's note: This is the first of a "what's going out." The head of any does make money and what does not $3,300;, rentals $1,100; the Opera series of three articles dealing with family can explain it without diflh- make money, let us go into the financ- j $3,500; Opera Music,.$127; waste the operation and organization of the culty. ial sheet as approved by the Board of paper, $28; valet service, $7; Opera Michi...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 13

…"THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson (Published by Harper and Brothers) ing, or make our knees as water. There sists in finding argnments for going on in the matter, and certainly no least (Copyright, 1921, by Harper & Bros.) is a whole new literature growing up belseing as we already do. .argunsent to urge in favor of the belief From "3. On Varione winds of Think. which studies the effects of our bodily I remember yea...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 14

…emn words, ecce agnus Del, a fly lit on The Mina in the flaking " the end of his nose.... The highly accurate pendulum clock was one o (Continued from Page 3) tions and may in turn, under highly the later results of Galileo's discovery ness in all decisions in which their favorable circumstances, affect the He himself was led to reconsider an amour propre is involved. Thousands views and lives of others, even for successfully to refute the old...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 15

…A Review--And Some Notes (By G. D. E.) pathos that one finds in a book by and the ripening of her literary po- roses, of, at most, building on a "Up Stream," (Boni and Liveright)LDreiser or Hergesheimer. But it tentialities. As a culmination of her rotten foundation. In this same Ludwig Lewisohn's autobiography, comes in flashes and these are the heavenly inspifations the Reverend analysis I found that when a person which I read fully a month ...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 16

…' mere pedantry. The saving quality in 1A:LDO FRANK AND D. H. LAW- k hA t his case is a touch of anarchy-just RtENCE books i idnd AuthoT'rS enough to breathe the breath of life into otherwise dry facts. ( fevie by It. D. S.) How does the American language There has been during the past few "THE AAMERICAN LANGUAGE" things. Brander Matthews has always Mencken is talking about look in ears a strengthening tendency on By H. L. Mencken taken it ser...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 17

…"Rahab" Is a strange, poetic, pas- indifferent as the Chorus is dignified A REVIEW-AN-D OTES BY G.D.E.|wher ther can buy copies of these ,donate story, the tale-to use a melo- and ceremonious. -So, of course, he is (Continued from Page 5) magazines, and without exception dramatic phrase-of a soul in torment., likely to be in an American theatre; and harden and grow whiskers before such persons are the best buyers of A woman, cut short from wha...…

April 23, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 145) • Page Image 18

…"THE MIND IN THE MAKING" omniscience. Without taking thought (Continued from Page 4) we see in a fliash that it is most right- hensions. There have been obstruc- eous and expedient to discourage birth tionists in all times, not merely the control by legislative enactment, or lethargic masses, but the moralists, that one who decries intervention in the rationalizing theologians, and most Mexico is clearly wrong, or that big of the philosohers, ...…

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