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April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…I;7;'I Ag I p p ,trit au & titlj -_E1 DAY AND 151 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, APRIL 80, 1922PR r".r..x .w a..+ .ros. www. rwr'....cWk wnw.w.. +w..w,...+. +esa.w.ww. .s . ....r....,.... r.. :. :...... ...... .... .._r,,.... ..._,..®.....__.._, OLVERINES DOWN BADGERS, 9 i , BROKEN SYLVANlIA KE MEETS i s :Y Women To Sell lay Day Roses ?or League Fund "Buy a rose for May Day, and for the benefit of the Michigan League campaig...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

… ., . r , . Ll.KiL 1 a L'Z ... men must carry on, for it is only through .id that the new managing editors and business ers can hope for success. Many high posi- still remain open for them very near the top. IA New Line of Place ( il*Tait7 TO THE TEAM Michigan, you done great! tiei to the use fir It or not otherwise bUshed theruas. ~ ,,s s AT" £ Streot. D~aily iat thec OlUGI aly onfce. Unsigned No manuscript will sentiments expressed...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

…aily Iowan Plans Popularity Among Students In Biig Te n S MICHIGAL4 VAIl .Y t :BE A lS- Al nolds Brown, dean of chool at Yale univer- k at a luncheon to be dock tomorrow at the church under the, aus- en's club of the church. s the author of 11 re- and is known' as an turer in religious work.. cted as arbiter in some labor disputes of the Who is the man or woman most prominent in school activities in the ten universities of the Conferenc...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 4

… l DAILY THEMIHI - 1DIL . r k. .. CHICAGO Recreation Dept. Chicago es and Philanthropy.) courses in Recreation and P 'COM!MUNITY DRA- ND PAGEANTRY , (Hull House), Chicago for Circular Fire Does Small Damage Slight damage was caused by the fire which broke out on the roof of the D'Ooge residence on Washtenaw Ave. yesterday morning. At the pres- ent time the house is occupied by Robert Frost and his family. WARXE AGAINST VIOLENCE INj TREATI...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 5

…DAILY a ,* ' . tfl . ..+ _ - ! ,. t .., .. .. , ". ,'. , " " ... ., . e.. . i ,.' .1 . w ., ,. ., ". ... ". t .. « : s . s t ,. .. . " . .. i I ' ^ . .' " *?.. ... ng old clothes and paying prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for 1677-W .orbring them to St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv. VARSITY NINE PREPARING FOR Something for sale? A Classified d in The Daily will end a buyer.- .4' Eat, ,Re All invited, pected t ... =/ iqk Dm* k uu Smoi e, frnk st an...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 6

…1I £ L lViA%.- iGridiron Jrt en I :Hrc1AN DILY i lirst Scrimmagtxe Spring football practice yesterday consisted of an hour and a quarter of scrimmage between teams made up of the candidates for the eleven posi- tions. Substitutes were 'used freely and every man had a chance to play. Coach Wieman had charge of the scrimmage and was assisted by Van Orden. Gunther was the outstanding per- former of the afternoon. His line. plunging and hammeri...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ion Nomi ALL-CAXPUS ELECTION NOMINEES wing is a list of nominees for the All-Campus President Student Council in F. Hillery, '23; John W. Ross, '23E. election Tuesday, Mchigan Union President ynch, '23E; James Stevens, '23; Thomas I. Underwood, '23L; '22E. church to be delivered by Rev. Arthur Stalker is 'The Eternal Child." Special music will be played. The Wesleyan guild lecture will be given by Bishop Robert Jones of...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

…THE CHIGAN D1 ,t DECLAMATION ILL CLOSE MONDAY s have tendered their estants in the' fresh- n contest which is to: the auspices of the ;orieal association on y 11. Students still I on rnursda eposits k in Michigan : ................. .. . a ;# ; ,; wishing td enter may give their names to Donald Rloxburgh, '24, phone 2563-J, not later than Monday, May 1. ADRIAN-ANN AR30R BUS CHEDUL JEFFECTIVE OCT. od. z. .i7Tn~ [ nta d s dir Tint VX...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 9

…usual as the'high ier the -direCtioh en, of the School grocured for the I nz. iatz-wIG" any Costumesi Shown At Party1Z2 r w Oscar Bow has been .. . 1aome f I i i annual cele- :ion, Lantern articipated in .n connection s to be held' definite date e event n of the' sing on s to the Girls who have any old lace or cos- tumes for the period of 1800 are asked to call Margaret Spalding at 398. The schedule for the interhouse base- ball lea...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 10

…Gi i l -- n 1 rsity rofes Sign oriua irP cein r ____ *,!THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___-- . I, " " BULLETIN M. a imes To Give+ RESUME ORK UN FESTIVAL NOTES SCOLEIOS1f~~ ri ,n-i-eeringathryn:"MeisleMIcontrNltOIEill be RES OND TO-ALLplay is the aim of Mimes in pot Producing Company Reorganization at the soloist at the Children's program First Annual Press Conference Gets "The Thirteenth Chair" on May 6 i Engineering and Archeacturelo Studios Delays Fi...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MIAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1922 Campus Dramatic Tendencies (By Agnes Hoeiquist) democratic organization and gives op- but we are handicapped by a lack of have an organization that is fitted to No one who pays more than the portunity for development in several finances and a dearth of campus sup- head such an arrangement in the Play- different lines of wrrk. I port. ers club. They shold "be under the "Also, if the c...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 12

…Board of Covernors. It is the uty sume their duties the day after Com- / ana ny th U n o;fi the ReordingSecretary to look mencement. anaging tne Vnion" -after the records of meetings and elec- General house rules are under the ions. The General Secrtary directs supervision of the hose committee Editr's Note: This is the second the President of the Union and its the Student activities of the Union. s var elih y fromtmto of a series of three art...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 13

…"THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson (Published by Harper and Brothers) We know of blind animal rage, of been given to the question of man's sidering that the "good" and the "res- (Copyright, 1921, by Harper & Bros.) striking, biting, scratching, howling, original, uneducated, animal nature; pectable" is usually s'ynonymous with . . i1ur Animal Heritage. .The Na- end snarlifnof irrational fears and ig- what resources h...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 14

…which objects had-that is, their JThe lind in the ia king" po tney to doa things Onlyilater dd- the animistic belief in the personal- (Continued from Page 3) form ab out three hundred years ago. ities of men, animals, and the forces members of the species -ho could by The idea that man has a soul or of nature appear. Wien man discover- no possibility have originated anything double which survives the death of ed his own individuality he sponta...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 15

…"Up Stream--An American Chronicle" (A Review by G. D. E.) finally refused was directly due to himself in the New York Times. I Jew. Finally he secured a position Four weeks ago, in the Book Review the sentiment against the Jewish shall not take up the dispute here. I in the Germanics department at Ohio section of the New York Times, Bran- race. merely suggest that you read the State University, and for some -half der Dathews, a good, simple ol...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 16

…hokfsand Aurthorsa AI;iERtICA AN(D THIE YOUNIG INTEL- SALT LAKE LECTUAL . "By Pierre Benoit I -By Harold Stearns ." (A Revlew by L. E. W.) (A Review by L. A. S.) It is perhaps unfair to expect as The critics of the White-Matthews-. French beast-seller to be superior to' Phelps school have complacently ad- an . American best-seller. Even ina ministered their tut-tut to Harold France a rich cultural tradition is thet Stearns' "America and the Yo...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 17

…'NDAY, APRIL 30,.1922 him and, even more, nearer him, all 'if around, the intense activity of insects. the Ah! Dear creatures! You have not pla yet a place on the world's Roll of mi Honor, the place you deserve." Ugh! tho But the book is not entirely bad. war It contains two interesting charac- him ters, the heroine, to whom Hr. Benoit wit! gave the fine old American name of crit Annabel Lee, and the Catholic prist, he Pere dExiles. Annabel ma...…

April 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 151) • Page Image 18

…IURIPIDES-A QUESTIONER As an artist he surpassed all his' I (Continued from Page 1) contemporaries only in picturesque- vices and transgressions of women." ness, natural imagery and character If any one can ,point out an instance portrayal. In the last mentioned he of his pity for -the vices and trans- has no superior in any age. He does : gressionsof any one, man or woman, not portray the length and shape of I should like to receive the infor...…

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