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September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…A., to he huge body of ne nd will usher in 1 with an appropi assembly which o'clock tonight in [e has chosen as]: OUR MAIN i It, is very easy for a student, par- ticularly a new one, to miss the real point of university life. He may, at first, get the impression that almost anything may command his time in- stead of the very thing he is supposed to do. During these opening days it requires a little discrimination to keep your bearings, t...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…l k \ ilr ~ C~dA Mih~iA x rnc~nf l ~ ~siii'U4. - '>~. ~ 4.~flh~~J" U ;~a ~~' 4igblQ 1-1 1Cjt i -u Ci;. (:u'CaiSZ tI2 fi l fur..:"i-P.!''- d", . ,.4IBk~oI >, Norw .. ._ l $ t. : i. - 1ceived perfect grades in the J~ that closed last June, ac- ,the records of Registrar Le us elyo Hall. The junior and son- M.i S led the others in contrib-3 e members each to~ the list,5 ht were-sophomores and six Es who have :graduated from ose graduating from ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…his won essay Presi Pis particular hip according im. Although] (e has kept ina with student 1i lactively engage born in 1844, s( 'es of Walmer ax fTharet. He w; rpus Christi cc Some of his plays are, "iNero," "Pall- cio," "Ulysses," "Feast of Bacchus," an "Anthology in English and French," including the "Yattendal Hymnal" and "Ibant Qbscurl." PJORGIXIE AGGREGATION AID IO B E EV E N -TRO(%GER TH1AN LAST YEAR~ Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 23.-At ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…IE MICHIGA' e University has heard ilding and, expansion, a h was as necessary as -but it has worn upon tudent body alike. In rt Bridges to come here ion of keen judgment [plomacy to the credit, dent Burton) it appears a of educational devel- ing the strenuous phys- ent of the University, I e I EDITORIAL COMMENT I I I - I- - mN.y There is much more to be said of the laureate and of the effect his resi- dence here will have on the U...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…H a ilt n R vie s H r are sad, and they say "No goe ntg to $1,220, ar !1ean Hiamuton Reviews Hier ns;" oi",ggQ|iN% ment can hold out very long when th sun. over to the Vacation Travels In Europe people are starving." In spite of all the University, the hardships, the German people are Thrl funs. --- !managing to appear respectable, and The fund, con With a feeling that America under-'en out by the American soldiers. The to think constantly of ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… ...... _..r ..., W=Kv IQ w -ask Aft RM lk 9 WE M LIU ICT u Rio, US _ . . 1 . . \ :: i. 0" V.' r.r'' FIRO s c OHM" I AGE z fo v f gth on 'b his abse keenly f as his a ag ends a N POOR FOrM IN RIMAGE OF SEASON were touted as among the five or six the botst flank mi in the country and 15, their loss is a huge setback. The two adi- most likely looking men hor these the jobs are Neisch and Marion. Neisch got into a majority of the 192...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…tions, 9c per reading line for nimuro, 3 lines per insertion. one or two insertions, 11c per ite space charged for at same phones. Ask about contracts Patronize The Daily advertisers. M~USICAL Let us furnish you with a Piano or Victrola. Very low terms. Rent ap,ji plied on purchase. University Music H{ouse Phone 1799. VICTOR RECORDS-All the latest al- ways.-New records every Friday- try us for real record service. U~niversity Music House Phio...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…THE MLCHIGAN ETIN em bers of ident until Kunib e 1 923 (1) Notices submitted for publication must be lypewrItten, (2) All notices must be signed. (3) Ordinarily notices are published but one. Repetition is at the (d)tor's d s"musn. be handed to the, Edcitor ;efore 3:3? p. m. (11:30 a, mll Saturdlays). The above is not stated in any sense to res:trict the use of the Bulletin. On the contrary it is hoped that it may be usedl more and! more f...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…L Alv ilk ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1924 COOLIDGE AND CABINET POSE FOR CAMERA TLY'I A9NONYMOUS GIFT EXPEDITION TO BOOTH FOUNE $100,000 GIFT TO UNIVERSITY TO JN CONTINUE RESEARCH IN NEAR EAST DONOR DESIRES TO Ur REMAIN UNKNOWN With 84.18 a Heads rds indicate a age for the Uni- ast year, accord- "thur G. Hall who piling the frater-j art. This decline eable among* the dron of a whole Old World Researih by Prof. Kelsey ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN, DAILY "Don't lie Social Butterfly," 1'r~fesso)r Warns Freshmen Madison, Sept. 23-"The< Gray Book," for 1923, a handbhook of 'advice for freshmen, by Prof. S. H. ,Good- night, dean of mzen of the University of Wisconsin, is being distributed among prospective first-year st'uden'ts at- the state university." of when a, piece of work is half done nor, almost done,' 'done, and these are the. which put him inevitably to ifwhen he- ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…JDAI LY Rumanians Can't Resist Greenbacks JBcharest, Rumania, ISept. 23.- Cdmriali*ts of the handling of foreign niaffiii hib s country, particularly that cortiing from the United States, have .res~ulted: ih-action being taken by the Izternational Postal union. Uniless h'ire is iizhjrovement, the uniont says. ThRumania' maiy have to withdraw. One cause of trouble has been the habit of thiericans, when writing to friekjds lii Rumania, of enlos...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…g3 reviously anononcledWodor Chali&.a-[ n [TfIt1 PeNrian formations n. the Karroo to Australia and theca,.p ewei- Popsr ases iled for honxa kby it, the great Russian Lasso, wiy 1 istrict, and1 went further into Rhode land, where lie met Prof. Wl. H. FHobb , wayof R1aratoga and ~ahiti reo lng5 " ymake his first local appearance Jams- IIUU fILsa -and to the Victoria alls of the of the eoloy department, aund toeth- Ann Arbor, on August 3. r Kary ...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…ICH] . H~uSEJapan On Verge Of New National Era, Declares Captain Imamura ~LT8i Japan is on the verge of a new Ifor g eneral1 business to be back on a tor Use by era in her national life, an era of mlod- on ai n 0yasfrTko nkt iernisml and progres, which will arise Yokahama, and the smaller towns to be rebuilt. out of the ashes caus;ed by earthquake ;I"'th-siii M1ADy anld -fire and which will place her in a T hese cities, he said, will all b...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY' Summer Events In Brief .L esas .- t -emnA i o in the Spanish, Mexican, Civil orld wars will each be designat- certain marks preceding their price of the book has been setI r dollars, the exact cost-of pub-. FINISH MUSEUM SURVEY oF MAMMALHAITS Dpi, LEE DICE CON)UCTS PARTY IN ANDMAL STUDY OF COUNTY purpose o f the league ice can be ntry. chigan has through the! 1, '23L, who An extensive survey to determine the character...…

September 24, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…Ft ro, ', I' Am% .w.g #Aou k.yg mwvterxxbor- 22-o IrIxer StokA ao and Morth V old man, have a good summer?" 'em, Bob; don't I look it?" to admit you do. Oh, by the way, Joe, are year the same as last?" you I've been thinking quite a little > have it done right here in Ann about that, Arbor." and I ye, won't it cost you a lot more?" figure my time, packing, and mailing, and post: ther's got enough to think about without botl do...…

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