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.

May 17, 1922 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-17

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


I

PECI9L ATTRACTIONS
MADE FOR LAWN FETE

hing adi- ----
ident office The many attractions that are being
cO. prepared for the lawn fete which is
ning to lie to be given on the Collegiate Sorosis
d. would be lawn Saturday evening, May 20, give
ry on the assurances that it will be well pa-
durinig that tronized.
Lovewell, The committee in charge has de-
cided that the affair will last untll
11:30 o'clock, this giving time to those
'wwill be whohave attended the May Festival
rts w1l8 b concert to take in the lawn fete as
' 18. well., Here they can secure refre'sh-
in tennis ments, the specialty for which will
'clock this be strawberry short-cake of the old
last chance fashioned variety.
teams. Fortune telling booths will also be
set up on the lawn where the horo-
teams:will scope of the future will be cast, it is'
0 5 o'clocksaid, by competent palmists. The at-
.mosphdre will be' made more bewitch-

Mihigan league, and it is hoped that
every on will demonstrate t1eir in-
terest by attending.
JOUrA.LISM STUDENTS SEND
OUT ADVERTISING CIRCULA.RS
Advertising circulars are being pre-
pared by the classes in advertisement
writing of the journalism department
for the Cattaraugus Cutlery company
of New York. These circular letters
will be sent out to the dealers that
handle the company's goods and will
take the place of salesmen. The cir-
cular must contain a convincing sales
talk that will persuade the dealers to
send for a. display box of'three dozen
knives.
The two classes in advertising have
both submitted copies. Fifty dollars
will be paid for each article that is,
accepted and used. As many copies
may be handed in as desired. The
company may accept only one circular
and use it or may make use of ten or
twelve.
Today Is "" Day.
GRADUATES OF 1922
You can secure permanent, position
with assured income with one of the
best known eastern houses handling
only the highest grade investment se-,
curities. Experience not necessary
and drawing account to men of deter-
minatiqn. Work in Michigan, Detroit
or country, as preferred. ;Phone ,Ho-
tel Whitney, this afternoon before 2:30
o'clock for appointment. Ask for
Read Smith, Lit '17.

AT THE THEATER$
TODAY
SUREEN
I-
Arcade-Jackie Coogan in "My
Boy."-
Majestic -"Tillie" with Mary
Miles Minter.
I Orpheum - "Robinson Crusoe,
serial, and "Devil Dog Daw-
son." I
1 l
} Wuerth-- "Too Much Business"
starring Tully Marshall.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs to the place
where shoes are made. 534 Forest
Avenue.-Adv.
Watch for the "'s." Today Is "N"
Day.

SoCiety Br

0-FOR

A R E

Pure wool fabrics4
with fine hand tailo

$35-00 and up

vill have an important
4 o'clock this after-
parlors of harbour gym-
ection 'of officers will be
time, and final reports on
,ket" wil be called for.
f "Yellow Jacket" should
at this time.
of the Junior Girls' play
arus may receive the +ie-
their $2 tax from 3 to 5
y or from 4 to 5 o'clock
terhoon in Barbour gym-

ing through the multitude of lanterns
that will scatter the lawn.'
The lower floor of the house is to
be given over to dancing, the music
for which will be furnished by one
of the best campus orchestras. The'
dancing is; to be charged for at a
nominal price for each number. There
will' be no admission collected as an
entrance fee to the fete itself.
* Attention is called especially to the
fact that it is designed for towns-
people as well as for students. The,
proceeds of the affair are to be turn-
ed over to the building fund. of the
Today Is "1M" Day.

Wadhams, F&

;.

Platinum

or point hike
t 9 o'clock on

the "Wes. Today Is "N"

-
_
\
/
,;,
.

r

To KEEP 1. \ L
'WAN ROM YOUR DOOR
t1s VSY WfrWHA' MoOVER
ODERN plumbing is the
up-to-date enemy of ill
health. Disease gives a
"well-plumbed" home a wide
berth. See that your drainage
Is open and properly construct-
ed, or rather, let us see to it
for you.
WM. HOCHREIN

The most select

stock of

"c

T HE finishing
touch for that
new Spring suit-a
smartBat-wing tie
of English Twill.
Unusual designs
and striking colour
effects-
All Genuine Cheney Cravats have
the name stamped in the neckband

diamonds in the city at pr
that, stand comparison.
Orange Blossom Wedding
Platinum, Gold and White
ALL SIZES-ENGRAVING

PLUMBING & HEATIG

ARNOLD

Phone 526

JEWELERS
220 SOUTH M AIN

THE GRUEN
PENTAGON

211 South Fourth Avenue

STREET

I

It wont tip over in
the pocket.

SOLD BY

Euler
.EET

Mack & Co., Main St.; N. F. Allen, 211 S. Main St.; F. W.
Gross, Main St.; Wadhams & Co., lox S. Iain St.; S. 0. Davis,
Toggery Shop, i i9 S. Main St.; Lindenschmitt Apfel Co., ao9
Main, St.; Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co., 200-202 S. Main St.; J. F,
Wuerth Co., 222-224 S. Main St.; Wadhams & Co., Nickels Arcade,

i

_ _

Two

Minute

Talks

by D.J.~~ ]IPfo

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank

i rsrsy
'
i
i
s
4
"
r
"
"
"w
"
i
f
R
Y ,
R

W-rl ._ma,_ rtesi cQ-IA

E VERYONE makes mistakes. By way
of illustration you will remember that
a long time ago some sage advocated
the policy of "let well enough alone." That
was a mistake. There is no such thing as well
enough. At least, we have not yet reached
that stage in the development of the arts.
Suppose Thomas Edison had believed and
followed such a policy. We would still be
sending a single telegraphic message over a
wire at a time. But he didn't believe in such
a policy so instead of sending just one we are
able to send several. The world has been able

Only seventy-five generations take us back to

the days of ancient Greece.

Yet each of those

generations has brought With it to the world
something to add to our civilization, something

with which to build and construct.

The last

generation has surpassed the efforts of all those

preceding it.

The present generation of young

men have a great task if they meet the record
of their fathers. Those who are optimistic de-
clare that they will do it and it is entirely pos-
sible. It all depends upon the individual. In
part, at least, it rests personally with you. Are

B ECAUSE it has a dressy
dignity no other
collar can equal, men
who scorned soft collars
are wearing the VAN
VAN
CRAFT
Thenet_
shirn ,, /#'iih e
VAN
HELISEN
Collar
a~acled
TH E collar-attached shirt i more
in evidence this Spring than ever.
before. And now thrt the VAN CRAFT
adds to the ease of the negligee shirt
the smartness and the comfort of tho
VAN HEUSEN Collar, men who never
before wore collar-attached shita.,
find the VAN CRAFT irresiatible.
Frrice $3.00~.-$4.00

HEUSEN.Itstrim and styl-
ish appearance is woven
and tailored into it, not
starched nor ironed into
it.
Men who want ease and
comfort before all else-in-
sist that theVAN HEUSEN
..
is' the coolest, the easiest
and the most comfort-
able collar they ever wore.
And they are attracted
to it also because it is as
easy to launder as a hand-
kerchief and out - wears
half a dozen 'ordinary
wllars.
Nine styles and heights in quarter
slzes from 13% to20. Price fifty cents

you contributing?

Are you making any im-

t.

to advance.

The world with its civilization advances only
as you advance-and it stagnates in the same
fashion. If you expect to leave this world in
better shape than when you came to it you
must make the improvements. And improve-
ments never spring out of a "let well enough

provements? Are you accumulating anything,
to leave to posterity?
Those are the questions that confront you ard
the answers which are given to them will de
termine the extent and quality of our civilizar
tion when this, our generation, resigns i fatt
of the next.

PHILLIPS-JONES CORPORATION

-11

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan