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October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…UNSETTLED SING TEMPERATURE Y r it an 4 S 0 One - I XXXIII. No.31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS G ': r . , ,, E ;;+ ,'; r q k i r t . w..r , +' .e .' 'y }.1 * e t ih ,i 0 ICHI.G 2.4 TO 0 ANNUAL STATEMENT TO BOARD SHOWS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR DEPARTMENTS REPORT $29,869.6 PROFITS Almost All of;Departmental Gains Put Back Into Service and Activities On business amounting to a total of $48...…

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…when she discovers tha.t her husband '- ,,as become infatuated with her young 1 sin, is neglecting his work and f-hreatens to wreck the lives of ail ,oncerned, she begins her fight. Many I st rong momcnts follow w'ith a tre- xnendous scene in which the wife at- tacks the girl, armed with a knife. { APS bE AV I ' YJ A1 . 1 i; p 'M1ary M1iles 1lnter~ and Tom Moore co-tar in "The Cowboy and the Lady", sParamount.l iture noe' b Ing shotn at the...…

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…. . . ............. IRECTVORS MAKE iAI Ii W VPr A XTQ QE'fND cxir r, ITH REDTEAMngNof teBoardo aetorsof the ~Fff REH E /University of Michigan League, to. First place in the ". W. A. fi- bring Dr. Swift here to address the Fortune telling, stunts, and dlancing nance campaign was held by the red ; girls of the university. Dr. Swift, -were the entertainments provided at team at the close of the drive Fidcar whowll ivee e etrshrels the -i-alio...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

…I IE MICHIG .DAI LY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published every morning except Monday during the University year by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of Western Conference Editorial .Association. The Associatede Press is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not other- wise credited ini this paper and the local news published therein. Enere d ...…

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…! "1LIV i4AIki\N J.AIL Y 4'nr. .1, .1 e-o r ,. p. £ I~r . _ STARTING SUNDAY STARTING TODAY Always Presenting a Big Bill, The Majestic this week wvill A combined stage and screen of unusual that. would m ~erit'. draw present even greater tainrment than usual. people to a tent,--- you can the crowds at the I l 0 / J .! // AIM- K s-. iv 9crD1 r4(qnf" -o 4I l "'1 nina out AG(orreoizs Romance of Friie's Gayest tCourt; ...…

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…I 1 ..F-.,. Nit W:= SOL e _ 11il1#11twM I NZZL4 MI W - w.OW . LEIE VRNEii24 TO 0 WITH, BRILLIANT ATTACK in his tracks. Dawson made four; yards through right tackle. Happen-I ny made three yards through center.I Dawson kicked to Uteritz, who wasi dlowned on Michigan's 31-yard, line. ICappon made one yard through center. (Continued from Page One) pen went through right tackle for fist down. Knode made one yard around lef...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 7

…pjicvi A5AN 1t 2nd 3rd 4th .1'.JLINOIS, Im MR YsGrnd Old 1an of Gi Has Tea iHeaded for Top, Agaf 1TR1(_RACES 75 trig htaway, he was past the hostile c ohirts almost s0soon as hie had FINAL IF OR TOUCHDOWN iig-ht the pigskinA. BeneKrMcia' rlin tend, gave an exhibition of open-field i ho I tms. running such as has seldom been seen ;____'rr ilwhnh aed7 yrs fora tucdow o th hiclb~ t nurs in the interfraternity 0 o ocdw o h zef beginning of t...…

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…THE THICAN D. III r ,: DILY OPPFICIA L BULLE TIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 3 SI.NAY, %CTOBER 29, 122 Number 31 To tihe Deans: There will be a conference of the Deans Wednesday morning, Novem- ber 1, at 10 o'clock, in the President's office. M. L. BURTON. Graduate Women:x The Women of the Graduate School will hold the...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 9

…LL Aar A6F t r Two A6V AOL t t Se ction [wo I' +4 .w. ...r..+. +.i.r+.. .. ... '. VOL., XXXIII. No. 31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1922 PRICE FIVE CENTS RED CRO S P 'ENDS $95000,000 A YEIR ON DISABLED VETS NATIONAL BUDGET GIVES ONE- THIRD OF TOTAL SUM IN BUDGETl U. S. NOT AUTHORIZED Td SPEND FOR RELIEF Former Daily Editor, Manager Tell of Big Improvements Made In Paper During Past Ten Years NOTE: Lee AWhite, 10; M. A....…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 10

… .,..L I A"J~ . .r_,...__ ._.. ..,.- lONDON 'S PASSENG6ER AIR SERVICE GROWS ., ELEVEN PLANES NOW LI CO-ITINENT it THE ?I I T~lI L..ondon, Oct. T10 (By mvail).-The London-Berlin airway, the first section of ich-tha tbetween Lon don and '. I o13!+and-was opened, recently, corn- lee: an aerial service' of eleven planes leaving London daily for the Continent. The popularity of the air- ways among tourists during the paste naper has led to p...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 11

…/! L eague -1[ .. #. q I NURSES PLAN TO HELP IN CAMPAIGN NO1111 Nurses of the University trainig school metFWednesday evening to in- ®__augurate plans for assisting in the epa~~~~~~~ mn fAgcutr avWomen's League building campaign. partment of Agricultureto ae 1+r Frances Ames, '23, president of the MIlB it; Bower to be Arranged League addressed the girls, and Laura For DaIieing Mills, '23, spoke of the activities of the League on the campu...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 12

….HIG 1 r1 ki M . , , Y SUE WAR PROFITEERS Washington, Oct. 27.-Preliminary investigation -into more than 400 war- time contracts has disclosed that ei- ther criminal or civil suits Will lid! necessary in "numerous instances", Attorney General Daugherty said to- day, if the government is to recover even a part of the sum claimed. All such cases of questionable transac- tions are now being handled by at- torneys attached to the war transac...…

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… SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1922 he Denishawns And Their Art (Virginia Vaughn Tryon) ished, something complete, and some- simple sets which Walter Hampden the dancers portraying mood for The eternal search for "something thing perfect. is introducing in his portrayal of mood and note for note, the move- different" need look no further than The properties which are used in Shakespearean roles, and for which he mets...…

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… PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922 jr j * REIIN EEEEEEEEII~~;iaE:E!rE znusEEEIEzMSEEEEEIi 4nEEEEEEEEEEE Get ,.gInIerme S THROUGH THE OPERA GLASSES (W. Bernard Butler) "One reason why the great French Interviewing an interviewer, espe- journalist did not resort to notes was lIGHATNIN' "Lightnin'." Every one played his part cially when that interviewer happens that he had an amazing memory. He ' k " 1 Right," with a very high d...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 15

…Facing The New Era d The age is one of change,ofGdras The Deisha. ns .Mr.Shan dramat- that we must standardize, that the is in every action. His wonderful (Qontinued from Page One) overwhelming demand for higher ed- athletic build, his height and breadth ty reader on the term "intellectual ucation cannot be refused; granted (Continued from Page One.) make him devoid entirely of any sug- aristocracy". The expression, ambig- that we must manufac...…

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…PAGE FOUR TH CHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 122 Among the MagazinesBetter Maazines W. Ms. R. . 'eB ttM g z THE SMART SET for November will remain long in my mind for just one E thing. It contains a story-and yet, (E. C. )the hidland atel what more to say, o bier than can it be called a story; it is really Over eight years ago the Midland n that the magazine is nowbt ld more an essay--by Paul Tanaquil, magazine started out with the idea T in P...…

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…given a standing vote of thanks by pentance by overflowing the hall on U Sw A N U 'T !1 j the entire community. Until Thursday all symphony nights this year. There no dancing of the first order had been is still time for Ann Arbor to save MAX EWING seen in Ann Arbor since the night its symphonic soul. Cards of for- two years ago when Michel Fokine giveness for any past symphonic sins and Vera Fokina, in competition with of omission may be secu...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 18

…-U Gargoyles h that is stup Gargylesfundaments By Ben Hecht, tudes that (Boni & Liveright)}x ture. ButI To the middle western literary world an importa Ben Hecht looms large on the horizon. ( must recog For since the publication of "Erik the groupl Dorn" he has stood, to the select tihought o1 group of rebellious spirits in the haze ditioned by and humidity of our steaming social dispassiona life, for clarity and vision, for the of his cha dir...…

October 29, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 31) • Page Image 19

… SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1922 . THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN by writing sporting articles. His ex- She is just a weak, human being, but affairs of Elinor and Ted. Though Ol- Although the novel is constructed on perience on the Oxford football team one cannot forget her. ver attempts to dissuade him, Ted de- two relatively unrelated chaiis of cir- has given him critical knowledge of One just wonders if Edgar and Pat- termines to reveal his former...…

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…Epp- PAGE EIGHT THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 19?2 PAG~l EOUTTHE ICH GAN DAIL SUDAY OCTBER29,1.. I-i y . HAVE YOU PAID YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE ic iga aily? YOU CAN SAVE 50 CENTS BY PAYING $3.50 BEFORE NOVEMBER IST BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST ALL UNPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BECOME $4.00 YOU HAVE TILL TUESDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 31ST Send a Check to Circulation Manager or Come to the Press Building on Maynard Street ...…

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