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May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…'AIR; PRKCB- CHANGE I it i~an &t ASSOCI. ANRE~f DAY ANDRE '" SERTI No. 175 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 PRICE _ _ ___.__- - _ _ . m . . i AWARlDED CEMEDAL R fECORD VEN ANNUALLY FOR AS SCHOLAR AND ATHLETE 101 DS HONORS E MAJOR SPORTS nber of Family to ic Distinction in University Gainl ATHLETIC REVIEW ON SALE MONDAY Giving a complete survey of all lines of athletic activity covered dur- ing the past year on the camp...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…1 iri1Y r1VA1.H1V LJq-iL..I aiuty Z UN] 112 .:....- I t the||a e r t rot otherWis hed theiei. 4klgua., a sOsa aerd Stret. o words, i'signed. the signa- , but as an evidence f faith, ;d in Tke Daily at tle discre- te The Daily office. Unsigned deration. 7 manuscript will o9s th esentiments expressed two ,years earlier than would otherwise be possi- ble ,the Summer school offers facilities for intel- lectual training and moral culture so...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…rsity Ave. .d Architects' Materials ain Pens Loose Leaf Books -as and Supplies iry. Agency Trobaccos r .1 J Iliplops And Han Grid Star Of Michigan's former athletes are keep ing in the limelight in various ways; some are making touchdowns in the world of politics while others again are putting the, law over for three bases, but one of the mnethods adopted by a gridiron star, of the seventies is be- lieved to be unique. Irving K. Pond, '...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…PRO GRAMI CHES nature or pul- rll be ost all American" Is the Arthiur W. Stalker's, -st Methodist church ,tudent classes will ock. The Wesleyan' devotional meeting ship of Mr. Robert . Rev. Stalker will the evening service stopic tonight being e Mind in the Mak- Religion" will be Leonard A. Barrett n church this morn- sReal Freedom?" is ced for the young to be held at 6:00 h Alexander Burr, Saylers, of the First ,s as his topic for the 'Thou...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 5

…" S ' O f r f.r -' . 4 NORTHERN, NORTHWESTERN IN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET tinued from Page One) 1 dash: Hester, Det. North- Sternaman, -Owosso, sec- ence, Clearfield Pa., third; 'th. Time 10 3-5 seconds. I high hurdles: Toepfer, ern, first; Cooper, Det. econd; Stewart, Saginaw third; Ott, Muskegon, Ime 17 1-5 seconds. t: Simpson, Det. North- rst; Smith, Saginaw East- d; Stutzner, Hamtramck, rison, Det.Northwestern, istance 44 feet 34 inche...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 6

… .. Trials in's freshman track squad a most successful training ,st week by holding the final ,1s of the year. The times nces made in the events were especially the running Hahn feels'that he has guid- of the most promising team ngs in the country. In Hub- einke, Brooker, Proesser, oesser, and Isbell he has a f stars that will help raise 's track stock up to par. Moore,dAmstetz, Nicholson, d, Aldrich, .Gunn, Hindes, rittman, Gibson, Higgins...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 7

…T DAV CAMP! UNN AND CLARK WIN ' IN EXTEMPORE CONTEST ill hold a dual ate university >men will com- Michigan nega- >lumbus, while Columbus will bnd oppose thel )up. The ques- be: Resolved, -to-the-Atlantic gcompleted by anada and the rest in debate and proper to rhich only wo- ays Prof. T. C. ry department. four women on in the Central a the past, and ine woman de- Seventy men will complete the quota for the first section of Camp Davis whic...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 8

…''E- I. decided to plan cards would be given out at some $1,000 which future convocation on which the stu- n one of the dents would place the names of their ft to the un- instructors,, writing after each one the he custom of mark between A and F that he thinks year to give he merits. It is thought that through sually taken this system the administration would beautify the be given a first hand opportunity of rating the effectiveness of each ...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 9

…1 17 lIl~ 11V£,& £A 1 dwL7tI I -1 Theaters It >f the freshman and s' social committees are ieir accounts to the reg- be audited, after which brought to Dean Jor- Li other girls' organiza- equested to bring their ks to be kept over sum- persons having funds an league campaign n to the treasurer of ommittee, Dorothy Jef- an road at once. This led for campaign, ex- .1 be collected individ- id in this week. ing employment for summer school or...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 10

…EuTIN ;urday.) -rte . k '' ntil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Sat SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 Number r 17 - - fl~*~** *~St~ fr4 evening, May 29, at 8 o'clock in the Auditorium of Univer- ass in Play Production will present Booth Tarkington's Jacobin" and an original tragedy, "Mamette," by Louis H. [hese are to be simple class reviews and not finished stage, > admission will be charged and the public is cordially in- ram will begin promptly and th...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 11

…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922 A LITTLE CHAT WITH VACHEL LINDSAY Lois Ellsabet Whitob) in one incarnation," he confided. "I interested in Egyptian .ir -ove heat and flat land-no hills. Lots achef?" akem Mr.Fost of times at home when it's so hot that had been a litepase inthe everybody else has left town I sit and aion, a nd this question paint or write, perfectly happy." distinct change of subect "b ,But it is more t...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 12

…The May Whimsies-A Review (By Delbert Clark) I "And this is where my story ends," 'While blank youths caper to it I dislike the May Whimsies for, four and somehow it's very funny because the night long," reasons: three pieces of verse are so you don't have to function mentally in which throws an unfair emphasis on placed they cannot be torn out without order to get the story, and most of us the definite article. In contrast, we injuring two pe...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 13

…no means stops with the convenient Times or recalls the dissenting opin anat s-ioo of two judges of the Spren fists and internationalists, as belong- We must not be misled by "false, (COntinued) ing to one threatening group united in specious idealism masquerading as By James Harvey Robinson a like-minded attempt to overthrow so- progress. The light is one for Cod ciety as we know it. * * * The Lusk as well as country, in which all forms (Publ...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 14

…thcnav cc tendency to cla critics as sorry estate--is capricious and Italt- standards of morality to which they - The }'lind in the <nesies of society. . * * taving ing. * * *Iare accustomed. Few lawyers can vie reviev ed the argument of those who * * * Experime it n which natur- their profession with any considerable Jiakitng would repress criticism lest it lead to al science has reaed itself is by no degree of detachment. Then there ar v o e...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 15

…Next Brander goes back to the good the mutters went the entire length of B lurb for BrandBe old days when the agents or e t - 1 school. And this condition held ciety for the Prevention of Vice held true over nearly the whole country. full sway and were putting Diamond Today in that high school there are (By G. D. Eaton) of the old Brander by that irreverent Dick out of business in favor of Har- about ten Jews acting as instructors. e country s...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 16

…questionably not only has ideas-in toral stoadard she considers the real spite of the mistiness that he som- hum to it re and, on that basis, her Bn sines psses o ffas profundity-but he true morliy. The outstanding fac- can write as well as any English or. to her are the facts that human novelist of the present generation. .e rgs are three-fold, for they have a "AARON'S ROD" leaves once more, this time for good. Even excluding his ideas altoge...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 17

…' that the trend of all humanity WHISIES-A IEVIEW cadenced. Consequently I cannot song!" But I am afraid the song «ard a more stable, more discip- (Continued from Page 2 like Chester F. Kuhn's "Revenge," Miss Brunt would like to have sung although not less passionate But with the exception of these few because after reading it I copied it is not what Anacreen would sing, and of relationship between man and rough places, I like the group and do...…

May 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 175) • Page Image 18

…I 17 ki LIN~X 5AJ~ UAU SA'r1L ..I - n - - -'-*-'vi-'-.Luc-- *---- " . .tc - ' " iv.b (Continued from Page 1) 'u tion as regards Russia. tors of the entire situation is the at- the part of the Germans, the French "Russia has done away with the kind titude of the Germanis. It is as un- began to be more insistent that Ger- of government on which liberty is reasonable as that of France, but, what m y keep up her achedole of ay built, and has scrap...…

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