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.

March 18, 1920 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1920-03-18

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

!A A a A As . AVL" a. * S S.S

Lit

If

ouse UL t in e
'rue, '22, to Rob- Read the Daily advertisements. They
True is a mem- will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
irority. Mr. Eno bor's stores.-Adv.
FLOWERING PLANTS
Cousins & Hall
Florists Telegraph Delivery
1002 S. Univ.
T

, ,T - - -- I.
Ci A_- VJ:!_L____

11

- \-
I E_
,.' '
=
, 1
; , ;1,
, _ -_ f f
n
' 1
' a ! :
i____ a' _ I - L ' r _

_ 1

FIELDS__OF WORK
Vocational Conference Told d Oppor-
tunities in Three Employment
Sources
ADVERTISING, NURSING, AND
RECREATION WORK DESCRIBEI)
Three of the fields, of employment
now open to college, women were de-
scribed at the vocational conference,
held yesterday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. The opportunities in rec-
reation work for either summer or
regular employment. were set forth by
Miss Sidney Bach, assistant superin-
tendent of the recreation commission
in Detroit.
Tells of Need for Nurses
Advertising as a profession for
+women was described by Jeannette
Kirkintweld, '18, who is employed in
the advertising department at Hud-
son's store in Detroit.
Miss Dora Barnes, nursetat the Uni-
versity hospital, told of the present
need of nurses.
"The fundamentpl requirement for
a, successful recreation Worker," said
Miss Bach, "is a real liking for peo-
ple, and an ability to manage them.
The aim of the recreation center is
to supply healthful recreation for
leisure time. For this purpose peo-
ple are organized into groups and a
leader is put in charge of their ac-
tivity."
Field Has Opportunities
This position is not easy, by any
means, according to Miss Bach, but
for the girl who is interested in this
kind of work there are many opportu-
nities in this field.
Miss Kirkintweld described her oc-
cupation as her method of turning a
gilt-edge education into a biead band
butter living. "There are no stereo-
typed rules for advertising;" she said.
"I did not take any special courses
in advertising. Training in newspa-
per work is, however, invaluable in
this field as it teaches one now to say
things in the most effective way. No
'unusual natural qualifications are re-
quired in the advertiser, and I strong-
ly recommend it as a profession for
women."
S. 0. S. Call for Nurses
"I am here to tell you of the S. 0.
S. call for help in the field of nurs-
ing," said Miss Barnes. "There is at
present- an urgent need for capable
nurses. It is not too late to begin
training when you have finished col-
lege. There are many different kinds
of poistions open to the graduate,
nurse."

,......,...;. a...

The Girls' league of the Ann Ar-
bor high school, invite alumnae to
attend their party, at 3 o'clock Fri-
day, March 19, in the High School
auditorium. Miss Hope Conklin, who
is an alumna, is going to talk to the
girls. There will be dancing and
refreshments.
Senior girls may obtain their tick-
ets for the Junior Girls' play today
in University hall. Tickets not called
for by 4 o'clock will be placed on
sale.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at 3
o'clock today at Newberry hall.
Tickets for the senior giils' sup-
per will be on sale from 9 to 12
o'clock Thursday and Friday morn-
ings in University hall. Tickets will
be 35 cents each.
Freshman and sophomore basket-
ball teams will practice at 5 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium.
Ferris Institute club will have a
banquet in Ypsilanti Saturday night,
March 20. All members of the club
will leave on the 6:10 car that night.
Sickness Causes Court Adjournment]
Due to sickness of many jurymen
and attorneys, circuit court was -ad-
journed last Tuesday until March. 22.

I

t(A om e

I I

v j
._.. _ ..._.___..__.._-I

We design
Hats to order"
226-280 Nickels Arcade

I

I

i

I

WHY NOT CALL-

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER
AND OPTOMETRIST
113 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Courteous and satisfactor-
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Saviupt BankTy
Inefrporated 1869
Capital and Surplus. $5MAA)0.0
Resarcep.........$41O0,014i4L, N
Northwest. Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

CLAUDE BROWN

AND

Sell Your Discarded Clothing
He buys everything in the line of clothing and pays the highest
cash prices. A Phone Call will bring the wagon to your address.

CLAUDE

BROWN

I

120 NORTH FOURTH
East side of Court House

TELEPHONE 2661
Open Evenings until 9 P. M.

ailing Your Attention to Our
Very Complete Department oft
SMALL
SICAL INSTRUMENTS

f
......_.....::. .... _._. _ _.,_..... ..... .. A _ t__ _

11

How on earth did

Violins

Irs

rican-made
Tkuleles

Our wide and varied experience in
this field enables. us to choose those
instruments which are known to be
dependable - and only highest-grade'
makes will be found in our stock.
Greatest variety-affording you wid-
est range of selection-assuring you
utmost and permanent musical satis-
faction. Moderate prices-for we buy
in quantities for our 26 stores, thus
buying for less.
Courteous, musically informed sales-
people-always pleased to advise you
regarding any muatter of interest to
you.
To inspect our stock doesn't obligate
you in the least and is sure to beof
greatest interest to you.

it hap Pen?6

)

I

nrl ll

Bros.

Pianos," PIanola" Player Pianos,
Victrolas, Record, Etc.
ain St., Ann Arbor

I

VERTII Ni

Leave Cpy
it
Quarry d
The Delta

I

seven pound Fox
iter. If you are af-
,writer at a reason-
or phone Wesley
[onroe St. . Phone
Id town Canoe, 18
vuy finished. Price
I or 428 Hamilton
.e large rooming
ondition. Rare op-'
aternity or club
Michigan Daily.
i Mandolin in per-
'all 2173-R.
suit in excellent
ckels Arcade.
coupons for May

LOST
LOST-Large blac$, imitation leather
note book, Irving Pitt make. Con-
tains important economics notes.
Please call 1906-J.
LOST- nall black purse, Monday
afternoon on diagonal, containing
about four dollars. Finder please
call 2730._
LOST- Wednesday, March 10, dark
rimmed glasses in black case, on or
near Campus. Finder please call
1680-J.
LOST-Gold watch, chain with knife
attached. Finder call H. B. Grundy,
558, and receive rewari.
LOST-Pair man's overshoes at Main
Library week ago Friday. Please
« return to Janitor.
WANTED-Second-hand 'Tenor Banjo.
Call Selway, 343.
WANTED-Man to wash dishes for
board. Few or no eight o'clocks' pre-
ferred. Call 2972.%
WANTED-To buy second-hand can-
ces. Call Heath at 558.

R. 0. T. C. CLUB PLANS SMOKER
AND EFFECTS ORGANIZATION
A name and constitution were
adopted by the R. O. T. C. club at its
meeting Tuesday evening. Organiza-
tion of the club was practically com-
pleted and will soon be ready for pre-
sentation to the Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs for approval.
The R. O. T. C. club is a social or-
ganization of men enrolled in the Uni-
versity R. O. T. C. units. Officers have
been elected, and plans were laid at,
Tuesday evening's meeting to hold a
smoker before spring vacation.
D. A. I. Chapter Postpones Meeting
The regular March meeting of the
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of D.
A. R. has been postponed from Thurs-
day, March 18, to Thursday, March
25. It will meet on that date at the
residence of Mrs. H. M. Bates on Cam-
bridge Road.
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone,-Adv.
MISCELLANEOUS
NOTICE-It is very important for the
lady who-got her brown fox choker
which was made over two weeks
ago to phone 1380-F1, Zwerdling,
Ladies' Tailor and Furrier.
THE PARTY who took leather coat
by mistake from library cloak-room
Monday night, is known. No ques-
tions will be ased. Call 1489.
SA LESMIN WANTEb-Factory re- I
built tires are in great demand; at-
tractive proposition, submitted upon
application; estimated commissions
about $100 weekly to start; territory,
assigned men who can produce; only
hustlers need apply. Necessary that
you btire the use of an Automobile.
EASTMAN RIBBER WORKS, Inc.,
213 W. 40th St.,
New York City.

IMAGINE any first-class, mediium-
p riced car ($1500 or $2000)'ever
comingso well liked that even
thex millionaires would prefer it for
their own use to even the highest
priced cars.
Impossible.
You're right. Such a thing couldn't
happen with a medium-priced auto-
mobile-nor, you would think, with
anything else.
And yet this cimpossible",thing has
happened with a medium.-priced ciga-
rette. Just note, if you please, the
evidence below, at the left.
:low on earth did Fatima do it?
_-hat is it.-what does Fatima give
Cti these wealthy smokers prefer to
anything given by even the highest-
priced cigarettes?
* * *
The answer is
"Just enough Turkish"
Until they had tried Fatima, most
of these men had been smoking
straight Turkish cigarettes-because,
of course, until, a year or so ago these
fancy-boxed, expansive straight Turk-
ish cigarettes were practically the only
cigarettes on sale at places lie those
named below.
* * *,
Gradually, however, it seems that
these men have learned two things
about Fatima:
L That Fatima's famous blend (containing
more Turkish than any other blend) has
just enough Turkish for full flavor; and
2. That the blend is so "balanced" as to
off-setentirely that over-richness or
heaviness of straight Turkish.
* * *
Which proves again that Fatimas are 'a
sensible cigarette -that they leave a man
feeling fine and fit even after smoking more
heavily than usual.
Has your present cigarette-has any ciga.
rette-as strong a claim for your serious
consideration as has Fatima?

EVIDENCE
Fatima is the largest selling cigarette
at the following, and scores of other
prominent places:
The Breakers, Palm Beach ;
Congress Hotel, Chicago;
Edgewater Beach Hote Chicago;
Casino Hotel, Narragansett Pier;
French Lick Springs Hotel;
The Vanderbilt, the Astor,
the McAlpin and most of New
York's other big hotels;
Marlborough-Blenheim, Atlantic
City
Hotel Traymore, Atlantic City;
Hotel Touraine, Boston;
New York Stock Exchange,
etc., etc.

A' Sensibie Cfa r/

tiv

:mn

'al cu-
Quitar.j
pon, $2.

,f

' . .'

big"

.......

-t

. - -

W ELECTRIC SHOP EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL

202 E. Washington St.
Phone 273

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan