ts and Faculty
DONATIONS RUN TO
BIG MONEY 6 RANTS
Gifts Received By University Tend
In Recent Years Towards
large Snums of
poses, the total amount in the care
of the university reaches approximate-
ly $400,000. These funds are invested
in various securities, the most im-
portant of which are $212,500 in bonds,
$77,650 in mortgages and $76,154.62 in
banking and trust companies. The
remaining is scattered among stu-
dents' notes, real estate, etc.
[IIGAN DAILY is your college
d we desire to make it as useful as
big football fames of the fut
has been their custom in the
Minnesota students present
Road to Yesterday," Wednesda
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fen's Furnishing Goods and
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Buy your Conklin Pen at Vi
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Below is a list of merchants
ising appears in the DAILY and
Michigan Invests $366,200 in Bonds,
Mortgages and in Trust
will stand back of as the most
its in the
city. We will gladly
According to Secretary
Smith, the general trend in
justing any differences etween our
any advertiser. Show your appreci-
r efforts, and at the same time protect
patronising DAILY advertisers.
Cousins & Hall
DA DNCING ACADEMIES
Stanger Furniture Co.
E. E. Calkins .
Goodyear Drug Co.
Mann Drug Co.
Brown Drug Store
Quarry Drug Co.
Sugden Drug Co.
Eastern Michigan Edison Co. .
Mack & Co.
Stanger Furniture Co.
Mayer Schairer Co.
ture of gifts coming to the University
of Michigan, during the last few years,
shows a marked tendency toward do-
nations involving large sums of
money. The donation of scholarships,
libraries and minor gifts has remained
fairly constant for many years, both
in relative proportions and in total
The first building to be donated to
the university was the Waterman gym-
nasium, in the early nineties. Approx-
imately one-fifth of the total cost' of
$100,000 was donated by Joshua W.
Waterman, and another fifth part was
a scquired -through private subscrip-
tion in smaller amounts. The remain-
ing $60,000 was appropriated by the
Several years later, when Barbour'
gym was added, and again in the case
of the Alumni Memorial hall, a con-
siderable portion of the cost was sub-
scribed by alumni and others inter-
ested in the welfare of the university.
In neither of these cases, however,'
did the outside subscriptions amount
to more than one-third of the total
It was not until 1910, however, that
practically an entire building was do-
nated by one man. In that year, the
will of the Arthur Hill estate was
made public, containing a stipulation
providing for a fund of $200,000 to be
used in the erection of an auditorium
for the university. An additional $80,-
000 was later added by the regents
to complete the building.
The last two years have been mark-
ed by two distinct donations from
private sources, each providing funds
for the erection of a women's resi-
dence hall, one for the Newberry halls,
at present nearing completion, and
the second for the building that is at
present in the process of construction
on South University avenue.
Of the minor gifts, including funds
of various sorts, and for various pur-
M. A. C. will inaugurate its basket-
ball schedule with a tussle with the
Buckeyes, of Toledo, at Lansing Wed-
Edward W. Mahan was chosen cap-
tain of theHarvard team for 1915,
at a meeting of the 1914 squad on
Frank Glick, o. Pittsburg, was unan-
imously elected to head the Princeton
foot ball eleven of 1915.
Captain Brickley, of the champion-
ship 1914 Harvard football team, will
go to New York after graduation next
June, where he hopes to get a position
as football coach.
The University of Alabama was ad-
ministered a 20 to 3 drubbing at the
hands of Carlisle, Wednesday after-
noon at Birmingham.
Indiana students are given a five
cent moving picture show by the
Union every Wednesday and Friday
Students of the University of Colo-
rado and the State School of Mines
have agreed not to paint up each
others' campuses preliminary to the
and Fair Prices
These four vital features
a r e worked into every
garment I tailor.
Try one of my $25.
They can't be Beat.
108 E. Washington St.
We have anticipated the wants of every member of t:
Attractive Serving Baskets
In addition' to complete furnishing of any room
We Cordially Invite your iaspeetten
Muhlig & Schmid
Switzer Hardware Co.
Arnold & Co.
Eibler, John B.
Haller Jewelry Co.
SchIander & Seyfried
Schleede, I. F.
Mach & Co.
J. J. Schanz
L A UNDRIES
J. A. Trubey
Wai King Loo
Wai Mai Lou
A. S. Lyndon
0. F. Hoppe
G. C. Maedel
Randall & Pack
J. F. Rentschler
Schaerble & Son
University Music House
Royal Typewriter Co.
Detroit Typewriter Co.
0. D. Morrill
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COMEDY CYCLE AND SKATING ACT
IN OLD ARMORY
November 30 to December 5
Madam Recklaw will give free instructions every evening in the waltz, one-step and two-s
Madam Recklaw will instruct a class in skating, free to all between the hours of 7:30 and 8 P.
All those desiring to enter her class come early.
No extra charge for instructions. Prices same as usual.