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 19, 1916 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1916-02-19

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

THE MICHIGAN DAIL V

lkn's Clothing Sale

(

Divided into three lots

i

MARCH COLUMBIA RECORD
ON SALE MONDAY FEB.
The late Popular Song Hits and l
records, 65c and $1.00.
Come In and hear: No. 6762
m5764
- a a - - -' 5763
- - - - - - 1948
- - a - a - 1908

1/4 -%1/3- FF
Spring Hats and Caps
are now on display

Wadhams & Co.'s Corner
Main & Washington Sts'

an o ncas ter
COLLA
Shows over the coat in back;+
low sharp, smart curveaway
front; good knot and slidespace
2for c
OC,'U T. PEABODY &CO., Inc., Makers. TROY, N.Y.

Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit

Individually
Custom Tailored

by

ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor

516 East William St.

Phone 1422-3

I .

I

F RATERNITIES wishing to make use of
the Tea Room for Initiation or other Special
Banquets are urged to make the necessary ar-
ran ements immediately.

U U

Mackinaw Special

FORMER RECORD BROKEN
BY EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
,:7I7 Sraces Rendered by Bureau
Diming Past 25 Week sho'm
Efficiency of System
With a total number of 2,406 posi-
tions filled during the past 25 weeks,
he "Y" employment bureau has sur-
passed the record established during
the school year of 1914-15, when 2,358
jobs were obtained.
Philip C. Lovejoy, '16, reports the
following work given students since
September 1: odd jobs, 1,906; steady
cash jobs. 176; steady board jobs, 149;
Christmas work for two weeks, 59;
wox k for room rent, 54; summer jobs,
58; permanent positions, 4.
In sdition to theso applications.
371 interviews have ba a held with
men where, valuable tips for possible
work rave been given. Thia makes a
total of 2,777 services rendered by the
empployvrent department.
Il comparison with other univer-
sities, the reports show the efficiency
with which the work is carried on
hcre. ed the Univer'ty of Chicago
last 'ear. work valued at 9209,000 was
obtainerd, while at MXchigan dring
the same period, studots earned
DR, AND MRS. LANGFORD ARE
INJURED IN AIR LINE TIREC
Improvement in Condition of Fanmily
Injured Near Richmond
Is Reported
Further advices concerning the
wreck of the Flamingo Limited and
Airline train, near Richmond, Va.,
were received in this city yesterday,
conveying the information that not
only Dr. Langford but also Mrs. Lang-
ford were conveyed to the Richmond
Memorial hospital suffering from in-
juries. Mrs. Langford received se-
vere cuts and bruises on her legs,
while her husbani1 was injured about
the face, suffering a fractured right
cheek bone, and was barely able to
talk yesterday,
At the time the accident occurred,
Dr. Langford and his wife were look-
ing out of the window of the Pull-
man, when their coach left the rails.
Mrs. Langford seized her son George,
and dove through the open window.
Dr. Langford was about to follow suit,
when the car toppled over an embank-
ment on the other side, and he was
rendered unconscious. All were hur-
ried to Richmond, where Mrs. Lang-
ford underwent an operation to re-
move pieces of glass from her legs.
Improvement in the condition of all
was reported in yesterday's despatch
and the family will probably resume
their trip homeward sometime next
week
PINNEY, '16, GIVEN LEADING
PART IN CLASSICAL CLUB PLAY
N. E. Pinney, '16, prominent Michi-
gan orator, debater and actor, is to
appear again in campus theatricals as
the character Prologus in the Classi-
cal club play, "Menaechmi," which will
be given on the evening of March 30
in University hal. "Menaechmi,"
which is a pantomime comedy by
Plautus, will be given in Latin, being
quite different from anything in which
Mr. Pinney has previously appeared.
The attempt is being made'to produce
the play exactly as it was done at
the time of its first appearance.

COUNCIL. PANS CHANGE
IN CITY ADMINISTRATION
Commission Form of Government Will
Be Put Before People at
Election April 3
Plans for a commission form of
government under a city manager
were inaugurated at the last meeting
of the common council of the city of
Ann Arbor in response to a volumin-
ous petition asking that the matter
be put to a vote by the people.
A resolution has been drawn up
and will be presented at the next
meeting of the council on Monday
night providing for a special election
for this purpose to take place April 3.
Those in close touch with the senti-
ment of the individual members claim
that the passage of the resolution is
practically assured.
Under the terms of the present law,
the voters at such special election, in
addition to voting on the question as a
whole, will select 11 commissioners
who will constitute a committee for
revision of the city charter, and this
charter, when revised, will again be
submitted to the people for their rati-
fication.
Searcher for Harold Korn in Hospital
Bert Lawson, an employe of the City
Ice company, was taken to the univer-
sity hospital Wednesday suffering from
an acute kidney disease induced by
exposure while searching for the body
of Harold Korn, who was drowned
while skating on the Huron early in
January. He was taken ill last Mon-
day, and it is reported at the hospital
that his chances for recovery are
doubtful.
Lawsoz, worked unceasingly in his
efforts to recover the body of the stu-
dent, and continued the search long
after 2 o'cloek, when all others had
left. He has, however, continued in
the capacity of ice cutter for his com-
pany, though he has suffered contin-
ually since his exposure. His wife
and four small children were left prac-
tically helpless through the removal of
the husband to the hospital. Through
efforts of Phi Alpha Delta fraternity
to which Korn belonged, their need
have been somewhat relieved.
AMERICAN POSTURE LEAGUE TO
MAKE DEROIT PRESENTATION
The American Posture league will
make the first official presentation of
its "Scientific Contributions to Edu-
cational Conditions" at the auditorium
of the Board of Commerce, Detroit, at
8:15 o'clck next Wednesday night,
February 23.
The presentation is to be a feature
of the convention of the Department
of Superintendence of the National
Educational Association of the United
States. Addresses will be given by the
lion. Philander P. Claxton, United
States Commissioner of Education,
Miss Jessie H. Bancroft. r. Fred-
orick h. Green, and Dr. Thomas D.
X 0od
Education Instructors Meet in Detroit
The entire faculty of the education
department will be in attendance at
the meeting of the National Society of
College Teachers of Education to 'be
held next week in Detroit. This soci-
ey is one of 20 affiliated societies which
will meet in conjunction with the Na-
tional Education association. Nicholas
Murray Butler, president of Columbia
university, and other noted educators,
will be present and give addresses.
Classes in the education department,
unless otherwise notified, will be sus-

pended for the week.!

Allmendinger Music Shop
122 . Liberty Street
LOOK FOR THE NOTES
LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
-
Hitting UpThne Pace
When the pace grows hot and the play be-
comes desperate you can pick out the men who
are in good condition. It is not only a matter
of brawn and muscle but also of lungs and
stomach. The best way to keep in proper
trim is a daily diet of good, clean, wholesome
ShreA"dde,-d ;Wheai
For years it has been used by men who have done
big things in the athletic world. All the health and
vigor of the sun and soil are packed and stored in
every shred of this easily digested, palatable, whole
wheat food. The maximum of nutriment without
overtaxing the digestive system.
Always fresh, always delicious, you never tire of its
refreshing flavor. Try it with fruit or berries or alone
with milk or cream.
"Where is health and strength in every shred"

$10 Coats
$5r.00

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N.

University

Toggery

Conservation of Enerl

Shop 17

South University .Ave.

What Electricity Means
to You In Your Home

U

ASK FOR and GET
THE ORIGINAL
MALT E D K
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same price.
New Students, look up Davis in your
dows town shopping. Advance styles,
in $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 shoes. The
Davis Store. 119 So. Main St.

Fresh Laws Will Give Dance
A Saint Patrick's birthday dance
at which the Midnight Sons' quartet
will be featured is to be given by the
fresh laws on Friday .evening, March
17, at Granger's academy. The same
evening will be formal night at the
Michigan Union opera, and the dance
is designed to round out the evening'
for the merr ymakers, after the play.
It will commence at 9:30, and last till
2:00 o'clock.

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen

Patronize Daily Advertizers:

atronize ID~tily A 4vertizersa

**

Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric Heaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Division

The Michigan Daily the rest,
year-"$1.50
1,,

of the

...

mmmmmmmw

LOST
LOST--Sorority pin. Call 2009.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT--Front suite. Phone 633-
R, 413 Thompson. 20-22-23-24

FOR RENT--Suite of rooms three
blocks from campus. Call at 905
Church street after 7:00 p. m.. 17-tf
MTSCELLANEO"
WILL party who took two willow
rockers from Booth 30 after Hop
kindly call 2220.

Owners of Victor Victrolas
Can have a selection of ten to a dozen
Latest Up-to-Date Records
Sent to their home on our
Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan
Call us up-PHONE 1707--or mail list of numbers

ii

"Your money's worth" and "Cour-
tesy" are specialties at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore. feb.15to20
In future all cars stop at Good-
year's drug store. tf

Henry James Seriously Ill
London, Feb. 18.-Henry J
author, is seriously ill in L
though he is not now in a cr
dition. His doctors give i
for his ultimate recovery.

FOR RENT-Good single room.
Maynard; reasonable.

4331

Grinnell Bros.

1 16 South Main St.

!,

a

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan