Republican nominating con-
o be held at 7:15 o'clock to-
the fourth floor of University
the Athena Literary society
pen to the general public.
lowing men will be nominat-
bert hoover,,by Ida Gratton,
k Lowden, by Ida Mines, '20;j
1 J. Pershing, by Agnes Diehl,
'22; Warren Harding, by Beata Hasley,
'22; Leonard Wood, by Doris Gracey,
'21; and Hiram Johnson, by Euphemia
Blanche Blynn, '20, will be Critic
and Margaret Stone, '22, willbconduct
Call 604-W for appointment to be,
photographed in your J-UIops.-Adv.
Read the Daily for Campus News
1V111.4r*i1 L 'L..CA.L
- - WEDNESDAY TO DECIDE HONORS
' IN ATHLETIC MEET CONTEST
Interest is running high over the
Fraternities, ;gave you arranged for Phone
your appointment with the Spedding I
Studio, J-Hop Photographers, to phot- ' Pag
ograph your group during the Hop. Tices'
Drug Store, 117 So. ]
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IVERSITY STUDENT COMPOSES
'JUST SIT DOWN AND THINK IT OVER."
Written by a Freshman.
hat new song which has just struck Ann Arbor town was writ-
y a Michigan freshman. When a female freshman gets a notion
she can write songs, it's time for the other members of the
ie House to feel sick. But when she actually succeeds in getting
ong published, then it's tinfe for them to sit up and take notice
buy a copy.
he author of the song is an eastern girl, who, after a year in.
Sam's service, decided that she had a lot tp learn, and came to
gan to learn it. But first she sat down and thought it over, and
where thte song* came in. Now it's- come, out,, and is on gale at
ocal music stores. "Just 'Sit Down and Think It Over." It's
advice, isn' it, even if it is administered by a freshman?
Girls who have. earned chevrons for
athletic arm bands are asked to leave
the bands in the physical director's
office before next Wednesday in or-
der that the chevrons may be placed
Stylus will meet at 7:45 o'clock
Tuesday evening, April 6, at the Gam-
ma Phi Beta house. Prof. F. N. Scott
of the rhetoric department will ad-
Wyvern will hold a short but im-
portant monthly meeting at7:30 Tues-
day evening at the Delta Gamma
Apparatus examinations will be giv-
en Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dean Myra B. Jordan and Mrs. J. R.
Effinger wish to announce that their
afternoons at home to University wom-
en ended with the month of March.
The names of all who are to par-
ticipate in the meet at 4 o'clock on
Wednesday will be published in The
Daily Wednesday morning..
Girls' Mandolin club will not meet
for practice on Wednesday night.
All who have not taken apparatus
examination must do so at the regular
class hour on Thursday or Friday.
There will be a rehearsal of Act II
of "The New Lady: Bantock" at 4
o'clock today in Barbour gymnasium.
Stylus Confesf to End May 15
Stylus offers a prize of $5 for the
best short story written by a woman
on 'the campus who is not a member
of Stylus. Any manuscript must not
exceed 6,000 words in length and
must be handed to the librarian of
the rhetoric library on or before
freshman and sophomore classes.
The awarding last Thursday of 49
1-3 points to the freshman class and:
49 to the sophomore class out of a
pospible 60 that each ,class might
earn makes the competition especially
keen for this event. At the meet each
class will have an opportunity) of
making 40 points. Personal athletic
honors can be gained from entering
the meet as well as class honors.
Cornell-Cornell undergraduates of
the classes of 1920, 1921, 1922 and
1923 will undertake to raise sufficient
money to endow four professorships
as their contribution to the Semi-Cen-
tennial Endowment fund in an axten-
live campaign to be conducte: during
fhe week of April 22-29. The student
council at* a recent meeting voted to
create class memorials for the above
classes, funds for these memorials to
be obtained ihi a campaign to be con-
ducted simultaneously in each class.
Pennsylvania-Students at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania have just re-
sumed their'work after three weeks
of vacation, necessitated by an epidem-
ic of influenza. The students are to
have no Easter vacation.
Illinois-The annual budget of the
University of Illinois for 1920-1921 is
$500,000 less than that for 1919-1920..
The reasons for this are that last
year's budget included special build-
ing appropriations for a clinical lab-
oratory in..Chicago and for military
barns here, and second, the working
balance of the University has been
materially cut into to meet the ex-
coming apparatus meet to be held at
4 o'clock On Wednesday afternoon in
Ann Arbor dealers
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before the war
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THE FLAVOR LASTS'
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FREDERICK H. ECKER, VICE-PRESIDENT
Total Amount of Outstanding Insurance
Larger than that of any other Company in the World.
Ordinary (annual premium) Life Insurance paid for in 1919 . . $910,091,087
More than has ever been placed in one year by any Company in the World.
Industrial (weekly premium) Insurance paid for in 1919 . . $508,590,405
More than has ever been placed in one year by any Company in the World.
Total Insurance placed and paid for in 191.9 ' . .' . . $1,418;681,492
The largest amount ever placed in one year by any Company in the World.
Gain in Insurance in Force in 1919 . . . . . $914,140,618
Averaging one policy paid for every 30 seconds of each business day of 8 hours.
The Company gained more insurance in force in 1919 than any other~Company wrote.
Number of Policies in Force December 31, 1919
Larger than that of any other Company in America.
Gain in Number of Outstanding Policies .
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Assets . . .
Increase in Assets during 1919m
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Number of Claims paid in 1919 . . . 289,f25
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Amount paid to Policy-holders in 1919
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D-Student .to work about thse
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Mr. Mack at Mack & Co.,
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D-A room mate to share a
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ats with me at the College
ione Martin at 904-J.
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Thursday evening. Phone 36 be-
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Payment of claims averaged $505.93 a minute of each business day of 8 hours.
Metropolitan Nurses made 1,300,883 -visits free of charge to sick Industrial
Metropolitan men distributed over Twelve Millions of pieces of literature on health-
Bringing the total distribution to over 200,000,000.
Reduction in general mortality at ages 1 to 74, in 8 years, 17.9 per cent.
Typhoid reduction, 69 per cent.; Tuberculosis, over 33 per cent.; Heart disease,
over 23 per cent.; Bright's disease, 25 per cent.; Infectious diseases of chil-
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