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.

April 06, 1915 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1915-04-06

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

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

our Experience
here has proved, we hope, that yoU can put
your trust in us, believe in us, have confi-
dence in our 100 per cent. SATISFACTION
OUARANTEE.*
We want you to feel that way; to put the
most liberal construction on it; to test our
goods by wear, and our guarantee by any-
thing you please.

1

ALL THAT GLITTERSIS NOT GOLD'
I do not "pretend" to make
portraits, but I D 0 make
the best Flashlights and
Groups in America.
You are the Judge-why not have the best?
LYNDON 719 N. university

Free
R~ll AINCOAT OR
$6.00sP MBEACH SUIT
FE Wit every madeo-measure
FREE suitat $ioo or ove or a
a Q PANAMA HAT OR
$0 PALM BEACH SUIT
FREE With every made-to neasure
su at psoo or over.
SUIT CUT AND MADE
EVERY YOUR OWN MEASURE
RNo one can give you better- tailoring,
better fitting garments, or wore up-to.
date styles.
OUR SMALL EXPENSE enables us to
share our profits with our customers.
Order your suit of us andl make a real
Savinug.
FACTY HAT STORE
.W.MANN, Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
N E A R A L L E N E L HOT EL

,e
,
, a i
:, ,
_-= ,
'
a ,J 'l'
-+.
i
//


There are hundreds
colm-made Clothes
not you?

of University men wearing Mal-
with entire satisfaction. . Why

Shirts to Order

Dress Suits for Rent

J. K. MALCOLM
604 E- Liberty - ' Malcolm Block

(CLUSIVE STYLES
IN
MEN'S SIOE

will always be
found here.

5 Our Prices and our Shoes

are RIGHT
and WE FIT YOU RIGHT

I

Try us we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be

. ..

0

A* ,
Oa
Whatever you set out to win-honor
in classes, leadership on track, diamond
or gridiron, train on
Full of vim--every drop of it supremely wholesome and goodr
Delicious-Refre8hin\ o
Thirst-Quenching ,

INTERSCHOLASTIC
IBOOKLETS MILED
Contains Description of Meet Showing
Possiility o Sools with
Small Attendance
BOOK TENTIONS PRIZE LIST
Containing several innovations, the
prospectus for the annual interseho-
lastic track meet, scheduled for May
21 and 22, have been issued. Last
week, a booklet, together with the
Michigan Athletic Annual and entry
blanks, were mailed by Manager Frank
G. Millard to secondary schools
throughout Michigan and the neighbor-
ing states.
The first pages of the booklet con-
tain a description of the meet, em-
phasizing the possibility of schools
which have an.attendance of less than
200, according to the latest report of
the state superintendent of public in-
struction, of entering the class B com-
petition, which offers special events
and prizes for the smaller institutions.
The entry rules allow three entries
in any one event from each school, of
which only two are to be allowed to
compete. The actual competition will
be governed. by the "Laws of Athlet-
ics," as published in Spaulding's hand-
book.
Several pages of the booklet are de-
voted to the order of events, and to
the list of prizes which have been of-
fered by campus honorary societies
and local merchants. The list of
track champions, of former years are
published, together with the inter-
scholastic records at Michigan. Three
of these records were made last year,
all by Chicago university high men.
Carter ran the 220-yard dash in 21 and
2-5 seconds, which is as fast as the
Varsity record set by Ralph Craig in
1910. Shiverick ran the 440 in 51 1-5
seconds, which is remarkably fast time,
while Spink stepped the half mile in
1:56, which is nearly two seconds fast-
er than the present Varsity record.
That several more of these records
will be shattered this year is proba-
ble. Applications for entry -blanks
have been received from all parts of
the country, and indications are that
the meet will have the largest at-
tendance of any in the history of the
university.
WENLEY SPEAKS TO FRESHMEN
Will Advise Them to Plan for "The
Day After Tomorrow"
Prof. R. M, Wenley, of the philos-
ophy department, will speak at the
second assembly of the fresh lit class
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon, in Uni-
versity Hall. Professor Wenley has
chosen as his topic, "The Day After
Tomorrow." He believes that the
freshmen should try to look further
ahead, and not plan merely for the
immediate future. Dean Effinger hopes
that an even larger number of men
will turn out to this assembly than
attended the last one, as he believes
these gatherings will serve to unite the
class.
R. M. Parsons, grad., president of
the Glee and Mandolin club, will lead
in singing Michigan songs. After the
assembly, a regular business meeting
will be held.
Another fresh lit assembly will pro-
bably be held after spring vacation.
tdelphi Picks Cup Debating Team
Owen J. Watts, '18, Thomas C. Simp-
son, '18E, and George L. Loveridge,
'18, were chosen as members of the

Adelphi freshman cup debating team
at the meeting for that purpose held
in the Adelphi rooms last night. The
trials resulted in the selection of the
three above named men, and in addi-
tion J. D. McNamar, '18, was selected
as alternate.
The members of the Alpha Nu fresh-
man cup debating team are requested
to confer with the Adelphi team at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Adelphi
rooms, to select sides of the question
to be debated.
Announce EngageIuent of Prof. J. Waite
Announcement was made of the en-
gagement of Prof. John Waite, of the
Law School, to Miss Harriett Williams,
'14, daughter of Gardner S. Williams,
of this city, at a luncheon given at the
home of Miss Williams last Saturday.

G ARWRICK
DETROIT
WEEK OF APRIL 5th
L!W FIELDS
In the Riot of Laughter
The High Cost
of Loving
ORICINAL NEW YORK CAST D
MATINEES WED. ft SAT.
FIVE T OUORTE IN
PROHIBITION MEET
Orator at State Contest to Be Chosen
from Bailey, Paige, Toplon,
Penzotti and Parker
PRIZES IN ALL AGGREGATE $210
Five students have entered the In-
tercollegiate Prohibition oratorical
contest, which will be held at 7:00
o'clock tomorrow night, in room B of
the law building. C. C. Bailey, '17, E.
R. Paige, '16, I. S. Toplon, '17, R. B.
Penzotti, '181-1, and H. D. Parker, '16L,
are the muen who will compete for the
privilege of representing Michigan in
the state contest, which will be held at
Adrian shortly after the winners of
the several local contests are chosen.
The judges selected for the occasion
are W. 0. Raymond, instructor in Eng-
lish, R. J. Nelson, assistant professor
of English, and the Rev. Mr. Harold
Rotzel
All" orations have been limited to
1,500 words, according to a recent rul-
ing of the committee in charge of the
contests. The prizes to be given in
the respective contests, including the
interstate and national contest, which
will follow the one at Adrian, will ag-
gregate $210. Officials of the local
organization announced yesterday, that
owing to the financial weakness of
their organization, which was formed
only a short time ago, it has been de-
cided not to give a local prize. How-
ever, the expense of the winner will
be cared for by them.
More than once the final contest has
been won by a representative of the
state of Michigan. The enthusiasm that
has been shown in the movement here
should develop some good material,
and it is predicted that the state may
again carry away the honors.
Comedy Club Will Meet This Afternoon
Members of the Comedy club will
hold an important meeting at 4:00
o'clock today in the Cercle Francais
rooms. L. K. Friedman,'15, president of
the club, urges that all members be
present, as plans for next year will be
outlined, and the new system of select-
ing next year's play, and of choosing
the cast, will be discussed.
Prof. U. Phillips Gives History Lecture
"History of the Plantation System of
the Ante-Bellum Period," will be the
subject of the illustrated lecture,
which Prof. Urich B. Phillips, profes-
sor of American history, will deliver
at 2:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
in the large lecture room on the sec-
ond floor of Tappan hall. The general
public is cordially invited.
Student Delivers Lecture in Lansing
Harry D. Parker, '16L, delivered a
lecture on, "Fine Feathers," at the
First Baptist church in Lansing, Sun-
day morning. His talk was under the
auspices of the Lyceum club.

Phone 2225

Wear your own clothes
Suits and Overcoats built especially for you of fabrics
of your own selection. Without paying extra, you
get here extra satisfaction, extra service-garments as
fine in fabrics, fashion, fit and finish as can be obtain-
ed anywhere regardless of price.
Our clothes are made by the Royal Tailors, of
Chicago and New York, exactly as you direct,
precisely to your measure.
Prices-$18.00, $20.00 $22.009 $25.00
Camp3us ooatteerSyr
308 S. State Street

1PRESSIL~d dGoodsDDCallen For
Pm~ ~ z±~ ~z m eivered.

NO LOSS BY FIRE

Everything the Latest In
Hats for Spring Style Is our
motto.
Get Your SprIng Ht Today
F ORYHAT STOR
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL

FA

r

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William

WHITNEY THEATR
Thurs. Night - April 8E
THE MOST T'aLKED OF PLAY
IN AMERICA
Damn aged
Psood 5
Prices:Si1.50 $1.00 75c S0c

WHITNEY :THEATRE
Tuesday Night April 6
Chauncey Olcott
in
THE HEART, OF PADDY WHACK
,Au Irish Love Story Sparkling with Humor
A Half Dozen New Songs
PRICES: - 50c 85c" $1.00 $1.50 $2.00
Seats on Sale Saturday. Mail orders now

I

THE CocA-CoLA CO.
AtlantaGa.

ow theink
oca-Cola

aim - -nrr saram . .. rai I

I

Last year more
M'URADS were 1
9moked thanny
3ther 15elark:ish ,
igarette in the"
'orld.
15c.
rekcer, ofte :-11
r 'radie !Tcucsh

TRANSIT MARKE.,
Wm. LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave

met
-Casius Coldren, medic, A. Fowler,
'16A, F. Taber, '17, E. Reed, and J. L.
Keddie, grad., are the committee in
charge of organizing a Hillsdale club
in the university. They will meet to-
morrow to plan a banquet, and to se-
cure some prominent Hilsdale speaker
for the occasion.
-Allen Hazen, of New York City,
spoke to the engineering students yes-
terday afternoon on "Recent Studies in
Rainfall and Runoff." The main part
of the lecture was taken up with a
discussion of the law of probabilities in
estimating future rainfall.
-Senior Dental society will hold its
second meeting in dental amphitheater,
at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The meeting
will be devoted almost exclusively to
a general discussion of "Therapeutics."
Other subjects, subordinate to the main
topic, will also be brought up for dis-
cussion.
-Prof. A. E. White, of the department
of chemical engineering, will speak on,
"The Influence of Composition and
Treatment on Condenser Tubes,"
Thursday, before the Edison club, of
the Edison Illuminating Company, at
Delray.
- "Should the United States, in part-
nership with several South American
countries, establish a protectorate over
Mexico," is the question that will en-
gage the attention of the Adelphi
house of representatives, at the meet-
ing at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Adel-
phi room.

l~laj estie
3:00 7:30 9:00
Mostly- All Ilirls'
Josie Flynn and
Minstrels Maids
Two Burns Sisters
Betty Wells
Love i the Suburbs
Howard Burkholder
Ladies Souvenir
Matinee Today
COMING THURSDAY
Jansen The Great
Band Men to Turn in Their Uniforms
Members of the Varsity band will
call at the upper choru's room in Hill
auditorium to turn in their winter uni-
forms, consisting of the overcoat, coat,
cap, trousers, puttees, and also their
folios and any other band property
they may have out. The times set aside
for this are from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock
today, from 1:00 to 5:00 o'clock tomor-
row, and from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock on
Thursday. The musicians will also
be measured for sweaters, which will
form part of the spring uniform of the
musicians.

ESIPENT-EMERITUS ANGELL
WILL SP EAK AT HIGH SCHOOL
resident-Emeritus James B. An-
will deliver an address at the hon-
exercises of the junior class of the
1 Arbor nigh school, to be held at
) o'clock this morning in the high
>ol auditorium. Dr. Angell will
ak on the subject, "The Value of
olarship." Mr. A. J. Whitmire, of
university school of music faculty.
furnish a musical number.
on't forget the The Dansant at the
mnel Hotel, Friday afternoon from,
to 5:30 P. M.-Miss Chamberlin in
132-33-37-38-39

BRONSON DECLARED INNOCENT
Proves That Ie Was in Iillsdale When
Bad Check Was Passed
Karl H. Bronson, ex-'16, recently
charged for worthless check passing
on a local merchant, has been declar-
ed, by local police officials, innocent'
of the offense charged against him.
His innocence was proved through an
alibi in the shape of three affidavits
stating his presence in Hillsdale,
where he is at present attending col-
lege, on the day that the worthless
paper was n gotiated.
In a story which appeared in Sun-
day's Daily, it was negleoted to state
that Bronson' innocence of the char-
ges made ag iist him, had been made
public in a statement issued prose-
cuting attorney Lehman, of Washte-
naw county.
Pardue 1'rof;"ssor TNiks on "Standards"
l)ean C. 11 Benjamin, of the Purdue
sclhool of Igineeriug, will lecture on
"aa o'e k t after-
noon1, i11 room 34 o! the engineeing
building. r. ei jamin 1 as 1 ctured
here often in thi past, and is noted for
his humorous handling of such sub-
jects as, "The Fourth Dimension,"
"Perpetual Motion," and -the like. The
lecture is given under the auspices of1
the Engineering society. -

We Lead Them All
EVERYTHING A STUDENT NEEDS
SEE OUR LINE OF
SPORTING GOODS, KODAKS, ETC.

'or the feet" at your drug-
:y Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
articles. Phone 416. tf

Students'Spply-Store.
1111 S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1160-R L. C. Schleede

I

I

p

I

1"

- - mA_

92 1 ®

It 11M. . v

I Ph V T'

Tr

%17

1'l

F 1

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan