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May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…r J t r .'. ®E4 /; MMMW iDAY AND N14 SERVI , a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 PRICE FI 1 s DORMITORY PLAN ASSUR . . b i BALL TRACK TEAMS ND SLAM BY DEFEATING ITE AND HAWKEYE SQUADS 10 bIA [GHTH CONSECUTIVE BUNCHING HITS N THIRD D ICK PLAY ITS IN VICTORY Three Hits,. ives in Three ely Hitting f One Michigan's baseball team annexed eighth consecutive victory on Fer- field yesterday afternoon when the Iverines 'de...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 2

…Monday during the University udent Publications. OCIATED PRESS iC11! entitled t+ the use hr ;recited to it or not otherwise se,$ pblinsed terla . r~Arbor., M ichan. a segien rd St.et. s if aia ire- nea I. £ sentiments eax EDITORIAL STAFF 'Telephone 2414 ; EDITOR.'...........BRIWSTZR P. CAMPBELL ..............................Joseph A. Bernstein. . ..........................James B. Young SAdmG. P. Overton n P. Dawson M. B. Stahl ard Lambr...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 3

…mere handful of students attended the Normal, the school has grown to an enrollment of more than 1;700 during regular terms, with a summer enroll- ment well past the 2,000 mark. The greater number are women students. THE UNIVkRSITY'S COMW)GN HEALTH i..i Ui82D i In 1852 Has Press) -The Michi- 1 here, first blished west several re- le training entire coun- , June 22. e Normal during in one of achieve- President Chailes ad of the institu- st ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 4

…Whales proving somewhat scarce, funds had to raised by contribution, subscription and loans. A group of Jews contributed to a special fund for erection of the steeple. storic Trinity ray tomorrow cial services the granting illiam III of Gilliam Thomas Manning r. Charles L. Slattery of ch will offiiate at the rvice, and Bishop Daniel 'ttle of St. Louis, presid- of the church, at the ervice. 6, 1697, a group of New escribing themselves as of t...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 5

…1 a aar" l lval 11 jg gjg g gg uuri gu i f j IN FESTIVAL WORK Choral Union Full Rehearsals Are Di- rected by Frederick Stock of Chicago CONDUCTOR SEEMS PLEASED - BY SHOWING MADE BY CHORUS. Prepairations for the 1922 May Fes- tival in Ann Arbor, which will be held from May 17 'Io 20, are fast nearing completion. The Choral Union is being given its final rehearsals under the directorship of Frederick Stock of the Chicago Symphony orchestra and ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 6

… . .. .".. . , ., .. .. ... ." " . . ... Q ".. '= "' _ t a .: :. .. .. . ... 1 n . - z t g"Mbasketball also claimed some of his at- ci.'UOlles uch Of er Success tention and Fisher certainly could * have been pointed to as an all-around baseball To CGoaching Of Fisher athlete. Immediately after Coach Fisher's ay L. Fisher is the one who the margin of a half of a game. This __1 referred to as "the man be- year the team looks even stronger Cal...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 7

…Boston, .362; Blue, Cleveland, .380, ait,.SG1; TTERS 0' E IN~ BOTHR LEAGUES' RST 104 MEN ABOVE 360 MARK (By Associated Press) . Chicago, May 6.-George Sisler, first baseman with the St. Louis club, and Tris Speaker, leader of the Cleveland Indians, today are in a neck and neck race for the batting leadership of the American league, with Sisler topping the heap with an average of .431. Speaker is runner up with .424. Thee averages include ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

…a a ..... ... .. . - - - - --- m +r r U A ' dull languid andinefficien OMMON HEALTHdelicate membranes of tie throat are injured. seme d the e and rema to gig is me tells lities. that Fresh Air, "Secondly, fresh air is moving air. ained for Prof. C. E. A. Still air blankets the body and pro- ve a clean-cut definition duces a deadening, numbing effect. Air ant 'by the term, "fresh in general motion stimulates the skin. us that "Fresh air h...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 9

… a STARTING TODAY STARTING TODAY 4i A PARAMOUNT WONDER "PICTURE The DazigQueefSrenLn eo S t e READ THlE ANNOUNCEMENT IN "THE SATURDAY EVENINGx POST," MAY 6TH, A DOUBLE PAGE OF RAISE. aions!f A PARAMOUN' WONDER PICTURE I I w .._ __._ s Unusual uCreations F ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MRM ___________ ___ i_______ _______________ r 'I Tr 'may : : ,. The., Most- Thrilling ( l re lL Love Drama Ever Filmed A REQUEST Th...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 10

…sociated Pres: r 6.-Sharp s tment of fed number of cha "ITS Chicago, was quoted as saying. "Our cases of drug-addication are so rare that we have never kept a record ofr them. In the year 1918-1919, of the 8,842 cases which were actually in- 'vestigated by us, 412 of them were directly caused by intemperance. But in the year 1919-1920, the year that s Reduc- prohibition came into effect, we handl-t to ed 8,267 cases, and of this number 33t ca...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 11

… memo" STARTING TODAY STARTING TODAY STARS ot the STAGE and SCREEN on TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAM YOU HAVE OFTEN HEARD OF DOUBLE-FEATURE PROGRAMS- BUT HERE IS A TRIPLE-FEATURE BILL FOR THE FIRST TIME. - - -~v On the Stage The Supreme Musical Organization' 10 ARTISTS The same aggregation of Pennsylvania College musicians that played at the J- Hop and'Military Ball is now'transform- ed into a wonderful stage attraction that is second to none.- ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 12

…Is LY O ICIAL BULLETIN ILSPORTS t opy received untll 3:30 p, . (11: S. . S OaPSMuraIys.)C SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 Number 17 U U R IUH ~I~aetlar metingofT10U.S.C, TENNIS MEN o t egular meeting of the University Senate will be held Monday i y 15, at 8 in Room C, Law building. (Continued from Page Six) u J.L.MARKLEY. and their work was most satisfactory s to all of the- critics. Little can be said e of them until later when they will have on of all S...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 13

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 The Poet Series - IV. Amy Lowell (By Lois Elisabeth Whiteomb) In 1917 her critical volume, "Ten- "'Polyphonic' means 'many-voiced,' is not purely pictorial.. "Patterns" The 'fourth in the series of talks dencies in Modern American Poetry," and the form is so-called because it is a subtle exression of a woman's ven in Ann Arbor by famous Amer- was published. In it she discussed makes use ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 14

…a 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE upper -classes to new men not taken care of by fraternities. The Bowling Vianaging the Union committee and Billiard committee put on tournaments and bring the better Editor's Note: This is the third and committee is. running the ticker serv- professionals here for exhibition last of a series treating of the organi- ice in the tap-room, which gives games in their respective departments. zation and activities of -t...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 15

…"THE MIND IN THE MAKING" (Continued) By James Harvey Robinson 'ublished by Harper and Brothers) did; Euripides was an object of ab- of change were the illusions of the concourse make all possible combi- horrence to the conservative of his thoughtless and the simple-minded. nations. a * * There was no per- Beginning. of Critical Thinking day, and Socrates was actually exe- * * *manence anywhere; all was no more The Egyptians were the first peo-...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 16

…in the use of the term "Middle Ages tine who died in 430. By this time a The h ind the I akrna Our histo -ical text-books usually in- great part of the critical Greek books I lude in that period the happenings had disappeared in western Europe. (Continued from Page 3.) bins in the distinction and variety of between the dissolution of the Roman * Worldly knowledge. was re- 9. Ifluence of Plato and Aristole his achievements. It is not his fault ...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 17

…Quite a noise has been stirgd up reasons against the doings of the Fn the campue over a couple of fresh- twain were obvious morons, ill it A e omen refusing to wear their "pots." was certainly stupid of the two to While I am strongly for this spirit oppose the yokelry in any way. (By G D. E.) as faithfully -as possible. 't'hus, when of rebellion against the sappiest. of while it is true that every 7man of B I a burly fellow of six feet ormore,...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 18

…Books and Authors "THE CHILDREN OF THE MARKET a friend of Douglas and having a goodl PLACE" deal of leisure, he watches the theI unfolding of political affairs and theI By Edgar Lee Masters nation's progress. He follows ther (A Review byI . D. S.) stormy career of Douglas and the in-t creasing dissension over the problem "The Children of the Market Place" of slavery. Douglas's debates are re-t (Macillan) by Edgar Lee Masters lated, his meeting...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 19

…SUNDAY 1922 A' EW NOTES BY G. D. E. (Continued from Page 5) Christ, Dante, Galileo, Nietzsche, Poe and numberless others. Some men, of course, can oppose the rabble, but only after first cloaking themselves as idiots and winning the rabble's favor. Even then their subsequent snubbing of the mob finally- brings them :to.a grief, as with Caesar, Napoleon, Dis- raeli, and, dropping a peg or two, Woodrow Wilson. r But mark me, I am not saying that...…

May 07, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 157) • Page Image 20

…THE POETS-AMY LOWELL (Continued from Page 1) the French town of Bar-le-Duc in the Province of the Meuse, the prefect had issued instructions to prevent the children from eating candies which might have been dropped from Ger- man airplanes, as other candy simi- larly scattered had been found to contain poison. The poem begins: "Currants and Honey! Bar-le-Duc in times of peace. Linden-tassel honey.' Cherry blossom, poppy-sweet honey. And round r...…

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