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.

October 19, 1915 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1915-10-19

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

iE sIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

A

Guaranteed results

are what

WHITNEY THEATRE, Tuesday Oct. 19

you want in--
Film Development
If you find a single defect, we charge you nothing

I. m

LYND ON

W

o

UNION MEN CONFIDENT IN
CAMPAIGN FOR 51,000000

Mainee
wednesday
and Sat.
The'
Musical

GARRICK Wer 18
DETROIT
Comedy Beautiful Chorus

CanipAigners Pin Their Faith
Final Week to Make Up For
Slow Start

on

SWAIN
713
EAST UNIV.

Develops Films, Makes Prints and Enlargements
Takes Groups and Views Anywhere, Anytime
Hone Portraiture a Specialty
Is an All-around Photographer

THE "KULELE1"
Is the most popular string musical instru-
ment of the times.
Played by Colleg Men Everywhere!
Glee Clubs never fail to win tremendous encores
with the Genuine "Nunes & Sons" sweet tone
" Ukulele," made in Hawaii.
We Have Just Received A Large Shipment.
Kenneth Wiseman
Member of the Los Angeles Ad Club Quartette
and what he thinks of the M. Nunes & Son's
Ukuleles
Gentlemen:
I have tried a dozen different makes of Ukuleles but for the
past sevcral years I have used exclusively the instrument
wade by M. Nunes & Sons. The tone of this Ukulele, is
BIG, DEEP and very RICH in quality and from my per-
sonal experience I find that these necessary qualities are
usually lacking in the other makes of Ukuleles.
Respeptfully yours,
KENNETH WISEMAN
Grinnell Bros'.Music House

Late committee reports which are
still coming in at the local office of
the Michigan Union show that the
Union's national building campaign
now under way is in a most healthy
state, despite reports to the contrary
that have been given considerable cir-
culation on the campus.
While the total subscriptions re-
ceived during the first half of the
canvass did not reach the $500,000
mark that was the aim of those in
charge of the project, the Union work-
ers expect to more than make up for
this slight deficiency in the final two
weeks of the campaign.
The great effort of the 30-day can-
vass will be made during the last few
days, which have been designated as
Concentration Wee :by those in
charge of the work. On Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday of Concentration Week, nightly
meetings will be held in all cities
where headquarters have been estab-
lished, and reports will be read from
all over the country showing the
progress made by the other commit-
tees.
The campaign will end on October
30, when another simultaneous mass
meeting will be held by the various
committees, similar to the meeting
which opened the canvass. At this
time, final reports from all of the 206
local committees will be received at
the Ann Arbor meeting, which is to
be held in Hill auditorium, and those
in charge of the work are confident
that the totals will reach the $1,000,-
000 mark, the amount needed to build,
equip and endow the proposed new
club house.
May Form Artillery Battery at Yale
Washington, Oct. 18.-Lieut. Charles
Summerel, of the artillery corps, has
been appointed by the war department
to go to New Haven, Conn., where he
will confer with President Hadley of
Yale university in regard to the es-
tablishment of a battery of field artil-
lery at Yale.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All men wishing to try out for
managing editor of the 1917 Michi-
ganensian should report to the editor
at 5:00 o'clock today.
Fresh laws, at 4:00 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in room B, law building. (To
nominate an additional candidate for
the office of president.),
Fresh homeops, at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in the east lecture room of
the medical building. (Nomination.)

ARCADE
'Tuesday, Oct. 19--Francis X.B ~a
wan and Beverly Bayne in (enge
Ban- 'leCutchern's celebrated story,
(;raustark" Sir parts.
Wednesday, Oct. 20-- Edwin August
and Lillian 'Pucker in "Evidence,'
based on the dramaeof the same
name. Shubert Feature.
'Thursday, Oct. 21-Florence Reed in
Clyvde Fitch's great romantic story,
"Ile- Own Way." Metro Feature.
Take a "Trip Around the World."
Finest series of travel pictures ever
produced. Watch for date.

;: CA LIFO RNIA
"E)XPOSITIONS
I ~THR®UGH TH E
6 PANAMA CAN
HOLLAND /.,
v Y BELGIUM n" -
-- PARIS PARKS
MANYOTHERS Sa'rFi

I?

s^+rer ;'U

Prices 25, 35, 50c---Boxes 75c

RAE THEATRE
W. Huron St., Opposite D. U. R.
Waiting Room.
ALAN STANCHFIELD, MGR.
TUEs., OCT. 19-The Broken Coin
...................... 2 Reels
BABY-Comedy..............2 Reels
IIS BELOVED VIOLIN.........2 Reels

WHERE ALL SOWS ARE GOOD
THE ATRE

GOOD ORCHESTRA
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays con-
"inUOUs.
Attention
e make hats and carry a complete
stock of the most up-to-date hats all
th e tite.We also make hats to indi
v idual orders ii desired. Our hats are
all hand tailored and guaranteed in
every particular and cost you no more
than the ordinary kind. STYLE ALL
TILE WhILE. We do all kinds of
hat work such as ironing silk hats,
cleaning and reshaping men's and wom-
en's felt and velour hats, etc. Perhaps
we can reshape your last season's hat
and bring it up-to-date. Bring it in
and we will tell you.

I

- -- ll$r+3 L .n d M.L, M.4

I

TODAY AND TOMORROW 3-7:30-and 9 P. M.
AL MIELTr-of-aHansom Cab"
A SENSATION
VERNA MECEREAU - OLD EGYPT
GIR LIE, W0L GAST AND GIRLIE
In Feats of Strength
Willing andordan ASPEC PIANO

I

Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.
113 E. Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel

i

r

are State Agents.

116 So. Main St.

Phone 1707

THE OLIVER MOROSCO PHOTOPLAY CO.
Presents
CYRIL MAUDE
The Versatile English and American Actor
in
'~e rGynt""
The Eternal Hero in HENRIIK IBSEN'S Famous Love Story
OCT .20At HILL AUDITORIUM OCT.20
perlormances-7:30.S4:.M_ Ticet2ic

11

Graduates Secure Teaching Positions
Teaching positions in various col-
leges have been secured by a number
of men who took their degrees here
last June. P. L. Miller, who received
his M. A. degree, is now an instructor
in economics and sociology at the
Michigan Agricultural college. Glenn
G. Munn, M. A., is also an instructor
in economics at Mt. Holyoke college.
P. D. Kilbourn, '15, who was an as-
sistant in economics in the University
of Michigan last year, is now a teach-
ing assistant in the sociology depart-
ment. Clarence Goshorn, '15, is now
a teaching assistant in American his-
tory, while Howard Roelofs, '15, has
been appointed assistant in.R phil-
osophy.

NEUSS & ELLRID, The Yaphank Guardsmen',
ay-

I

A pretty girl,
A summer night,
A man,
And he'll succeed, 0!t
Get yourself properly
all rivals look as though
'cause there's no tobacco

~3aca his pipe
§Red with sweet
*Lr, rich TUXEDO!
Tux-ified and you'll make
they were tied to a post-
made that rivals Tuxedo for

- xwwv-

_I

--

",y f dru----
ac3.
1o 1
s, o
INGERSOLL RELIANCE
7 Jewel $3.00 Watch
HALLER JEWELRY CO.
State street Jewelers
JAMES II. AN e 11SL, IL, TO
HEAD SENIOR LITERARY
CLASS DURIN(A LAST YEAR
(Continued from Page One)
and K. F. Walker; secretary, William
hiacl and W. Seabury; treasurer, M.
G. Robinson and W. Brodhead; bas-
ketball manager, R. Birdsell, W. C.
Gernt, T. F. Paisley and E. A. Thomas;
baseball manager, S. P. Davis and R.
C. Corlett; track .manager, J. V. Kui-
vinen and C. T. Fishleigh.
Elections will be held Wednesday
afternoon from 3:00 to 5:45 o'clock in

room 348 of the
building.

new engineering

Nominations for officers of the se-
nior law class are as follows: Presi-
dent, John S. Stott and Leroy Scan-
]on; vice-president, W. M. Brucker
and M. I, Pitkin; secretary, J. C. Me-
laniphy and T. H. Westlake; treasurer,
G. L. Cowing and Paul Thompson;
sergeant-at-arms, L. Dunten and Ger-
ald Frary; oratorical delegate, L. M.
Sprague and D. F. Stiver; basketball
manager, K. Ferguson and M. M.
Scott; football manager, C. Rowen;
baseball managtr, R.O. Brownell and
M. McLaren. The time of the elec-
tion will be announced.
In the lit college announcement leas
been made that the junior class elec-
tions have been postponed until today,
when they will be held from 3:00 to
6:00 o'clock in front of the library.
At the meeting of the sophomore
class the following were nominated
for office: President, Thomas Arndt
and Thomas McAllister; vice-presi-
dent, Grace Raynsford and Louise
Irish; secretary, Margaret Avery and
Margaret Cooley; treasurer, Owen
Watts and Emmanuel Heimann; foot-
ball manager, Robert Cleary and Paul
Ireland; baseball manager, Arthur
Ippel and Tracy Kneeland; basketball
manager, W. C. O'Keefe and Dean
Hogue; track manager, George Matte-
son and George Myers; oratorical
delegate, David Shand and C. F. Boos.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large, light, attractive
suite. Reasonable rates. Also room-
mate -wanted. Phone 633-R. 413
Thompson. Oct16-17-19
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Amato
concert tonight. Hill Auditorium,
main floor; $1.50 each. Apply at
Quarry's Drug Store before noon.
oct19
WANTED

TSING
WANTED--Young lady (student) now
occupying a desirable suite, wishes
to share same with companionable
girl. 943 Greenwood Ave. Phone
2401-W.
WANTED--Student to represent a re-
liable firm. Must have business
abilities. Right position to right
man. Send applications to J. R.
Biel, 700 Chene St., Detroit. Oct17-19
LOST
LOST--Heavy gray Rugby sweater
with side pockets. Taken by mis-
take from verandaof house nearest
last entrance of Ferry Field, Satur-
day. Suitable reward if returned to
Elton Gaul, 609 E. Williams St.
Oct17-19
LOST-Phi Alpha Delta featernity
pin between Geddes avenue and
Chubbs, Sunday. Phone .802-W.
Miss Eberle.
oct19-20-21-22-23-24-26

speeding things up.
You just can't taste the savory flavor and whiff the
fragrance of "Tux" without feeling the spirit of
shooting through your whole system.
The Perfect To acco [r Pipe and Cigarette

snappy
hustle

And no wonder ! For there's
wide world so rich as the choice,
ripe Burley that Tuxedo is made
of. When this wonderful leaf is
mellowed to perfect mildness and
every last bit of bite taken out by
the original "Tuxedo Process' you
have a smoke that's packed full
of life and joy and satisfaction.
Try Tuxedo for a week.

no tobacco

leaf in the

POSITION WANTED-As porter in
fraternity house. Have done porter
work before. Call 2098-R between
6 and 7 p. m. Oct17-19
WANTED--Congenial room-mate by
'18 engineer. Front second flodr
suite. One-half block north of
campus. 463-J. geti9
WANTED--Pupils to tutor in French
.conversation and grammar, by na-
tive French teacher. 723 S. Thayer
St. Phone 1471-M. Oet17-20-22

YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine wrapped, Sc
moisture-proof pouch..
Famous green tin with gold 1
lettering, curved to fit pocket .C
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c
In Glass Humidors, Soc and 40c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Phone 57 and we will deliver a Two pair for two bits-socks that
pound of the finest roasted peanuts you can't puncture easily with your
for 10 cents. octl0-17-19-20-21-22 big toe. See Davis at 119 So. Main.,

LOST-bn Saturday morniig on
or Sovfh Ingalls, a misses'
coat. Call 1119-MI.

1-hill
blue

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan