100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 28, 1913 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1913-02-28

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE "ICHIGAN DAILY

t

i

WRIGRTKAo
DETROIT
FRATERNIY JEWELER.S AND sTATIoNERS

I

V LE Announcement

r
"
"
s
",
*,
"
f
f r'
/

Cloth Shop

+6

3ewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Williars St.

$5.00
;t0
$6.50,

Black

I

Or
Tan

A New Bunch
of this popular English Last. The
detail on this shoe is complete.
OUR BIGEST SELLER

' agxnr CA Co,
State Street'
Sid" of the Bi White Shoe

;he forest Lawn lea iRoom

ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Sundays

Forest Ave.

Phone 1238-J

The "TIFFANY" Pip*
"All that the nane implies"
DAVIS KONOLD. Agts. 701 Packard
ARRIVED
Te Royal Tailors Samples
FOR SPRING
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
SUITS, $16.00 to,$35.00
EVERY PATTERN GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
The Campus Bootery
308 South State Street

WANTS TO GET ACQUAINTED.
Prof. Turner Expresses Desire to Walk
and Dine With Students.
A new wrinkle in faculty advisory
work among the freshmen was sprung
yesterday when Prof. E. R. Turner
made the statement before his first
year class in English history that he
would like to get better acquainted
with the students for whom he is ad-
visor. Toward this end, he said, he
would like to take strolls on the boul-
evard, or arrange to dine with them
at the Michigan Union some time.
According to Prof. Turner, the aver-
age instructor spends little time with
his students outside of class, and does
not make an effort to reach them in
a more personal way. Asking for the
freshmen in the advisory group to
raise their hands, he said he Would
like to have an opportunity to meet
them socially in order to know them
better.
Webster Society Meets Tonight.
The Webster debating society will
meet tonight in the society rooms in
the law building. Prof. R. E. Bunker
will be one of the speakers of the ev-
ening. Refreshments will be served
at the conclusion of the program.
Cosmopolitans to Canvass for IMembers
A house to house canvass will be
made by the Cosmopolitan club today.
A committee with John L. Primrose,
'13, as chairman was appointed by
the board of directors at a meeting
last night. It is expected that through
this campaign all the foreign students
in the university will become members
of the organization which already has
a membership of over 90.
COACH RICKEY CALLS FOR ALL
CANDIDATES.
(ontinued from page 1.)
men-M. M. Day, J. W. Thomas, D.
Robinson, G. B. Fox, S. M. Davis, F.
L. Walters, George Murphy, L. W.
Shaffer, C. E. Ufer, W. A. Richards, H.
A. Moul, A. Rosenweig, W. W. Sander-
son, R. A. Nadeau.
Mile run: Sophomores-L. F. Terry,
R. W. Hussey, K. S. Baxter, G.B. Gray;
Freshmen-M. M. Day, C. E. Bastian,
W. H. Lynch, G. B. Fox, P. W. Zer-
wekh, L. E. Hughes, H. T. Cummings,
W. A. Richards, Owen Allen.
The following officials have been
chosen to conduct the meet: starter
and referee-S. J. Farrell; Clerk of
course-Sid Millard; assistant clerks
-W. B. Palmer, W. A. Diekema, L. F.
Harris, A. R. Griffes; track judges-
W. F. Vernor, George C. Paterson, Ray-
mond Haimbaugh, James Craig, D.
G. Denison; field judges-Prof. George
C. Paterson, Homer Heath, Arthur
Kohler, George C. Thomson, Warren
Sargent; timers-Dr. George A. May,
Evans Holbrook, Caroll B. Haff; scor-
ers-Karl B. Matthews, Gordon C. El-,
dredge, Loren Robinson; announcer-
Clement P. Quinn.i
SENIOR LITS FAVOR RETURN TO
CONFERENCE.

GAME TO JUNIORS
Costly Fumbling by Seniors Presents
Contest to '14 Class by Score
of 33 to 20.

'13 LAWS LOSE

To You we

OTHERS

I

PLAYED WEDNESDAY.

Costly fumbling by the senior laws
presented the juniors from that de-
partment with a game in the inter
class basketball series staged last ev-
ening in Waterman gym. The final
count was 33 to 20.
Neither team put up a snappy brand
of basketball, unless roughness would
come under that head. It was neces-
sary for the referee to call fouls fre-
quently to keep any semblance of or-
derly play. Collette did the heavy
work for the juniors, tallying six bas-
kets from the field. Louis equalled
this performance in the interests of
the seniors, making the same number
of baskets.
Because of the night gym class at
8:00 o'clock the game between the
fresh and junior medics which was
scheduled to follow the inter-law con-
test was postponed until Friday even-
ing.
The summaries:
13L I14L
Louis.............R.Y'........Helm
Nelson............L.F.........Cory
Thomson. ......... C. .......Collette
Wagner.... ...R.G. .......Wright
Knight............ L.G. ..... Tower,
Kervin
Final score: 1913 law, 20; 1914 law,
33. Field goals: Cory, 3; Helm, 1;Col-
lette, 6; Tower, 3; Wright, 2; Louis,
6; Nelson, 1; Wagner, 2. Fouls:Cory,
3; Nelson 2. Referee: Thienes.
Bidding fair to again win the cam-
pus championship they have now held
for two years, the junior engineers
trounced the senior engineers by the
uneven score of 49 to 10, Wednesday
night in Waterman gym. This game
was closely followed by a contest be-
tween the '15 laws and the dental team
in which the laws triumphed by a 16
to 9 score.
KEEN INTEREST IS SHOWN IN
NAVY'S OFFER.
(ontinued from page 1.)
mum benefit to the individual and to
the Navy department."
Faculty Consider it Excellent Plan
"From the truly engineering stand-
point the training will be excellent.
Certainly almost every conceivable
kind of machinery-steam, electric, hy-
draulic, and compressed air-is pres-
ent in a modern vessel," said Prof. H.
C. Sadler, head of the naval architect-
ural department last night. "The
work probably will not be easy; but
the healthy life, new experiences, and
well earned rest will set a man up and
do him worlds of good."
Prof. H. C. Anderson, of the mechan-
ical engineering department, said in
reference to the plan, "It is a most ex-
cellent idea and a rare opportunity. I
am delighted to see such a fine thing
take place. The men who go will re-
ceive a great schooling in things they
could learn no where else. They will
learn how men are handled, how big
things are done, and will see many
strange and valuable sights."
Prof. G. W. Patterson, of the electri-
cal engineering department, was not
familiar with the details of the plan,
but declared that there was a tremen-
dous amount of electrical apparatus
on board a battleship, which would be
an excellent opportunity for students
of his department. "The plan looks
very attractive, and probably a large
number of men will embrace the op-
portunity," he said.

Recover $10* .00

9

A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily on the 25th of Feb-
ruary offering reward for the re-
turn of a valuable pendant. It
cost 25c to insert the adverilse-
ment. The pendant had been
found and returned by one of the
Daily's readers.

I

m

Would ItBe Worth 25c



K,

f

CASES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Daily Want-Ad goes into
nearly every house in Ann Arbor. It is
out for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
QUARRY'S DRUG STORE,
on State Street.

I

UNIVERSITY PHARMACY,
on So. University Avenue.
DAVIS & KONOLD,
at Cor. Packard and State St
-p

14

,SATURDAY SPECIAL

1:

GREAT REMOVAL SALE! 'CARRICK THEATRE
At the Palais Royal, 209 E. Liberty, D E T R OIAT
U. of M. Pennants and Pillows at costH.tFRAZEE Presents
for two weeks, as we remove to 304 S..E
Main April 1. 100-1041The Silver W edding
With THOMAS A. WISE
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiftl instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House. Changed by wearer
t__ periodically, it keeps
levl +mI llnr if

35c SILK HOSE

Wear Like 60
Look Like 50

Cost But

25

HOME OF
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes

L UTZ
Clothing Store
217 South Main

(ontinued from page 1.)
cratic affair ever held. An effort will
be made to have the law and engineer-
ing classes appropriate the same
amount so that every student may af-
ford to attend the event.
The class voted to get caps and
gowns at Macks. A charge of $5.00
will be made on procuring them, aid
a refund of $3.00 will be made on their
return.
It was also voted to have the class
souvenir in pamphlet form and to con-
tain the class day addresses. A mo-
tion to reconsider the class day speak-
ers was voted down.

T 9
r~5
u m
BITTER SWEETS
A Strictly Modern offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.

over"-slipping and
strain on ankles. -
Can't work loose.
Rubber Hee/
isstretched over a key-plate in changing.
Hence must be of finest soft cushion-like
rubber. Inferior rubber will not stretch. Out-
wears two pairs of common rubber heels.
No Holes-No Nails
yeti va Won't deposit filth on the
A. rugs or harm the highest
polished floor. For all-around
comfort and economy, get
fitted out now-
50c a pair "While You Wait"
OHNH .LAMBERT
FIRST CLASS
SHOE REPAIRING
613 E. William Street

Calkins'Pharmacy,
324 So. STATE St.

r...

The Best

Ever on the
Marketctrit

%05C

Cloth Bound

RAP

BO KI

HOPPE'61IE.L

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan