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 05, 1921 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1921-03-05

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

UAN

CLY

"#

New Spfing Woolens
are now on display at the
new low prices
All our regular staple stock has been.
reduced to the present low prices.
Don't wait until you want to step into
a suit to place your order. It takes time
to do good tailoring.
"Some say" prices will be higher in April.
KARLMALCOLM
LIBERTY STREET AT MAYNARD

OEIN cooLEY SPONSORSI
NEW PROMOTION SYSTEM,
COMMITTEE CHOSEN TO COLLECT
DATA ON ENGINEERING
FACULTY
Dean M. E. Cooley has appointed a
committee to get information for pro-
jmotions and salary increases in the

engineering school, by the same sys-
tem as that used for rating officers ins
the army, according to Prof. A. H.3
White, chairman of the committee.
This system of rating covers every
phase of a man's usefulness to the
University; including teaching ability,
personality, special training, research
and outside relations. Last year a
tentative test was given for the first
time, of an experimental nature. As
a resul of the first tests, several
chang's were incorporated this year'
at the suggestion of Prof. J. F. Shep-
aid, of 1he psychology department,
who acts as the technical advisor of
the committee.
In gathering data the committee
submit.ted a list to each faculty man
of the engineering college, requesting
him to check names of persons with
whom he was acquainted. It is the
intention of the committee to submit
to every man a series of general ques-
tions on the ability of other faculty
men on whom they are in a position
to be posted.
According t, Prof. A. H. White, a
personal iography will also be sub-
mitted to Dean Cooley 1y each man.
"By an intelligent comparison of the
two sources of information, promo-
tions and salary increases. can be
recommended with greater fairness,,,
was Prof. White's opinion.

FOUR FELLOWSHIPS FOR
RESEARCH WORK OFFEREiD
Four fellowships, of the value of
$1000 each, are offered for study and
research in anthropology, botany.
zoology, geology, or geography by the
Bishop Museum, according to a bul-
letin recently issued by the graduate
school of Yale university. The fel-
lowships are open to men and women1
who have completed at least one year
of graduate study at an'institution of
high standing. Preference is to be
given to candidates who have already
obtained the degree of Ph. D. or who
have otherwise demonstrated their fit-
ness to undertake original research.
Application for these fellowships
should be made to the dean of the
Graduate school of Yale university or
to the director of the Bishop Museum,
Honolulu, Hawaii, beforehMay 1, and
should be accompanied by reprints of
scientific publications by the appli-
cant, letters of recommendation, and
a statement of the nature of the pro-
posed investigation.
BEWARE OF TUBERCULOSIS
WARNS HEALTH SERVICE

999

4
a-

A Dodge Car
and Do dig e
Sesvice-
enuhsi

TAXI

999

TAXI

999

9

_"

2The Turkish c0 are.t

i4,

1
- C

S. C. A. RESOLUTION

The Board of"'Trustees of the Student Christian Asso-
ciation at a recent meeting passed the following statement in
appreciation of the work of Miss Eva Lemert, Executive Sec-
retary at Newberry Hall:-
"In accepting your resignation as Executive Secretary of
the Women's Department of the Students' Christian Associa-
tion, the Board of Trustees desires to express its deep regret
that such action is necessary.
During the five years that you have been associated with
the young women of the University of Michigan, you have con-
stantly displayed superior ability as an organizer and leader.
Your unselfishness and your intense devotion to your work
have won for you many warm -friends, who, you may be as-
sured, are fully cognizant of the difficulties under which you
labored and know how to properly evaluate the excellent re-
sults you accomplished. Although your official connection
with the religious activities of the young women of this Uni-
versity will soon terminate, your splendid Christian spirit and,
example will long endure in the lives of Michigan women. By
conducting your work upon sympathetic and broad Christian
lines you have laid strongfoundalons for the future develop-
ment and progress of the Women's Department. Our sense
of loss is lessened only by the realization that your splendid
ability and mature experience will find larger opportunities
for directing the progressive religious thought of the mor-
row."

The Health service issued a warn-
ing yesterday that tlhis particular
time of year is especially conducive
to tubercular tendencies, and that all
students should watch for any symp-
toms.
According to a statement yesterday
the Health service asserted that the
Medical school leads all others in
susceptibility to tuberculosis, the Den-
tal school next, and the Engineering
college, Law school, and the Literary
college follow in the order named..
The reasons given for this particular
order allege that it is due to the lack
of exercise that the members of those
schools receive.
FRESHMAN SECRETLY WEDS
BATTLE CREEK GIRL AT KAZOO
The secret marriage of Edward L.
Branson, '24, and Miss Ila Fonda, both
of Battle Creek, Mich., at Kalamazoo,
Feb. 17, was announced Monday.1
Branson is a son of E. L. Branson,
superintendent of the Battle Creek
Paper Co., and member of the local
board of education.
The bride is attending a girl's school
at Rockford, Ill.

We go 6000 miles for the
Turkish tobacco
used-in Murad--Why?
Because-Turkish has a taste-Turkish has a
mildness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts-Facts-FACTS-!

PLAYERS CLUB TO PRESENT
PLAY BY SPANISH AUTHOR
"The Great Galeto" is the play
chosen to be presented May 11 and 12
by the Players club in conjunction
with Prof. R. D. T. Hollister's oratory
14A class. The play is a drama of
the old Spanish aristocracy by Jose
Echegaray.
It is interesting to note that this
play was released by a moving picture
corporation under the name of "The
World and His Wife" which ran for
several days at a local theater a
month or so ago. Members of the
oratory 14A class as well tVs the mem-
bers of the Players club are eligible
to take part in the cast.

Tens of thousands of smokers
-tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this-
"Judge for Yourself-!"

&/
y

200

.

4'UALITY. O
iq C)

p.t
4' QUALITY.
/;, *,(4

THE DISCRIMINA'
RO ALUMIN

1921 Spring Clothing
We are showing the finest line of
Spring Clothing in the city.
Our Fitforin Young Men's Suits are
the finest we have seen for several
years. Prices are right, quality the
very best. Most all suits have extra
pants which means double the life of
the suit. We sell the only real Young
Men's Suits in the city.
w
Look for the label Fitform.
Don't Rest Until You
Get The Best Fitform
w
w
U~a
wW
SWhere Fitform Suits are Sold
aa
w
T abt

I

I

I

I

F O R
MIR
When

TING
UM

I

buying aluminum ware, there are three things to

consider: Is it substantial? Is it practical? And is it con-
venient?
Mirro Aluminum is all these things and more. That is
why we feature Mirro in this store. The metal from which
Mirro is made is 99% pure aluminum, rolled repeatedly under
heavy pressure to insure long wear.
Mirro lasts for years. Miro is also beautiful. And it is
famous ,for its many conveniences.
Mirro Aluminum comes in the rich Colonial design (shown
1 in illustration) or in the more familiar round style. Our dis-
play includes no end of useful and attractive Mirr utensils
from which to make selection. Prices are really moderate.
You are invited to make a visit of inspection to our Mirro

UALIY. f
xol'

Aluminum section.
JNO . C. FISHER.
Up to the Minute Hardware
MN AD WA WAMN. KAJ MA I

CO.

I

4'UALITY.
I y v

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan