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The Michigan Daily, 1921-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GENERAL FUNDS
cal Year-September 1st, 1920 to August 31st, 1921
RECEIPTS -
alance in Bank, September 1st, 1920.........$ 512.15
lumni....................................4,639.87
oard of Trustees ....... . . ... - - - - -"-"-:665.00
nn Arbor Citizens and U. of M. Faculty........ 690.00
tudents of the University ..... ..... ....'. ....>..3,113.61
.loans :-
Board of Trustees..............$ 900.00
Ann Arbor Bible Chair ........... 6,875.00
Dr. T. M. Iden.............. '...125.00
Farmers and Mechanics Bank......500.00

Engraving ................... .......-........6.68
S C. A. Toll Service-..........+ --........ . .....-. 4.43
Clerical, Office and Miscellaneous Expense................307.26
Equipment, Supplies and Transportation .................. 2,171.67
Transferred to Camp Site Fund .......................... 88.70
$3,110.97
F. E. ROYCE, Treasurer.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that the above statements have been prepared from the finan-
cial records of the Student Christian Association, and give a correct exhibit of the
cash transactions of the Association as evidenced by its books of record and sub-
sidiary documents. ,
(Signesd) W. A. BATON,
Professor of Accounting,
University of Michigan.

ILLINOIS BEGINS\
MEMORIAL DR/YEj

Alumni and Students Join to
$2,500,000 for Field and
Stadium

Raise

8,400.00
State Committee, Y. M. C.'A. ................ 800.00
Ann Arbor Community Budget .................. 357.44
University of Michigan (Employment'Bureau)... X500.00
The "Y" Inn:
Profits ......................$2,000.00
Rentals........................- 900.00
290000

TEACHERS IR NEW
S CONVENTION SYSTEM'

NEW APARTMENT READY
FOR OCCUPANCY FEB.

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Handbook ...........-..-..
Bank Refunds, etc.....................
Income from Endowment Funds ..............
Sundry - Sale of Waste Paper..............
Trust Funds:
Newberry Hall ..................$1,242.43
Ann Arbor Bible Chair........1..1788.15
Presbyterian..................... 6,19E.64
Lutheran. .................543.64
Congregational...................372.76
Methodist........................46.20
Disciple.........................22.68
Baptist.........................19.00
Unitarian....................... 18.48
Christian Science ................ 5.88

129.17
270.56
2.00

WILL RGLD SIX
INSTEAD OF
IN 1922

INSTITUTES]
ONE

10,254.86

Total Receipts (including beginning
balance of 1920)....................$33,929.66

DISBURSEMENTS
Maintenance of Buildings:
Janitor ............. .............$ 880.00.
Equipme .t....................... 144.00
Repairs, Upkeep, etc. ............. 248.29
Building Supplies ................227.55
Taxes . . .......... ...... .... 57.12
Insurance...................316.10
Telephone...................... 477.17
Water. ....................... 54.00
Light.......................... 281.08
* Fuel-...... ...... ................ 677.39
Extra Janitor 'ad other Services.. 121.25
Salaries of Executives:
General Secretary .... .......$3,819.96
Associate Secretary . ............. 750.00
Operating Expenses:
Office: -
Stenographers. .....$2,222.40
Extra Clericl ...........1;179.78
Employment Desk .........605.11
Distribution of Posters.... 11.65
Canvass for emp...........6.04
Operation Movies ..........4.00

An entirely new teachers institute
system was organized during the an-
nual -teachers convention held last
week in Detroit. It has been found
impractical for teachers in remote
parts of the state to attend. these in-
stitutes and in some cities it has been
impossible to house the average quota
of 14,000 attending.
Dean A. S. Whitney, president of the
Michigan State Teachers association,
has announced that beginning next
year the state will be divided into
six different districts, each district
to have its -own institute. Expenses
for these annual programs will be met
by a general state fund so that meet-
ings held in sparsely settled districts
will be provided with programs equal
to those held in the Detroit district.
It is also planned that a monthly
state journal of education will be or-
ganized and edited for the benefit of
all teachers of- the state, especially
teachers of rural districts.
Michigan's footall team in '04 beat
Kalamazoo by a score of 95 to 0.

What bids fair to be Ann Arbor's
finest apartment house is now being
built by A. R. Cole, of this city, on
E. University ave., half a b locksouth
of the campus. Two-thirds of the
building wilt, according to Mr. Cole,
be ready for occupancy by Feb. 1,
provided weather conditions are not
too unfavorable. The three story
structure will be fireproof throughout
and will contain 21 apartments. The
building is to be constructed in three-
wings, with an open courtyard on the
street.
EMPLOYERS OF STOCKHOLM
ANNOUNCE CUT IN WAGES
Stockholm, Oct. 15.--(By Mail).-
The Union of Workshop owners has
notified the trade unions that wages
will be cut after the new year. Work-
ers 24 years or more old will be paid
63 oere (about 14/ cents) an hour,
instead of 90 oere (about 21 cents).
There will be no guarantee of wages
when work is executed on contract
and the two weeks free vacation is'
to be abolished. Other minor indus-
tries have been similarly notified and
I altogether about 360,000 men will be
affected.
The brick wall surrounding Ferry
field was built in 1904..

WILL DEDICATE STRUCTURE
TO DEAD WORLD WAR HEROES
Stadium week, during which time
the alumni and students of the Uni-
vers'lty of Illinois hope to subscribe
a large portion of the $2,500,000 for
a memorial stadium and athletic field,
has begun. Until Nov. 5, an extensive
drive will be carried on, which it is
hoped will bringrthe funds necessary
to complete the plans which have been
drawn up for the project.
Name Pillars for Veterans
The stadium will be dedicated to
the Illinois men who died in the
World war, and it is planned to have
the pillars which hold up the struc-
ture named for the various men who
made the sacrifice on the fields of
France.
The University of Michigan will be
represented in the stadium by a pillar
to be named for Col. Curtis G. Red-,
den, '04, former Varsity football and
baseball captain. Before the game
with the Illini Saturday Coach Field-
ing H. Yost presented to the commit-
tea in charge of the stadium fund
drive an amount collected by the
New Term Nov. 14th. Type-
writing, Shorthand, Bookkeep-
ing, Penmanship, Secretarial
Training. Day and Evening.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLL.
State and William Sts.

friends of Redden to be used in build-
Ing one of the pillars of the stadium.
The amount was approximately half
of what such a pillar would cost.
.Michigan Honors Redden
Redden's home was in Illinois, but
a short way from Urbana, and he was
well known among the students of the
Illinois university. At Michigan he
was an all-round athlete, playing foot-
ball on the Varsity for four years, and
baseball for an equal number. At
the outbreak of the war, Redden, who
h ad again taken up residence in Illi-
nois, was called with the 149th Field
Artillery from -that State. He was in
action in France, and accompanied
the Army of Occupation into Germany.
.Here Redden succumbed to disease.
His body was recently brought back
to this country.
It is thought that by dedicating one
of the pillars in the Illinois stadium to
Redden a permanent bond will be
formed between the two great univers-
ities of Michigan and Illinois.
Galli-Curei Gives Detroit Concert
Mme. Amelita Galli-Curci, with her
husband, Homer Samuels, as accom-
panist, favored Detroit Tuesday night
in one of the few concert appearances
she will make this year before the
opening of the Metropolitan opera
season. The concert was sung in the
Arcadia, which was packed with pat-
rons, standing and sitting.
Prof. Scott Returns from Convention
Prof. Fred N. Scott of the rhetoric
department, has returned from a con-
ference of teachers of English called
by the American Council on Educa-
tion in New York City. The purpose
of the meeting* was to take prelimin-
ary steps for the study of the condi-
tion of English in. the secondary
schools of the country.

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$ 3,483.95

4,569.96

II

$4,028.94
Printing ...... ............... 1,498.28
Postage...... ..................966.41
Office Suppies........ ......... 398.05
Traveling Expense................. 723.52
Entertainment....................430.11
Books and Magazines................ 96.00
Collection Student Pledges...........82.50
Mrs. Cadwell'-Newberry Hall....... ..29.40
University Services:
Music. ..................$ 125.00
Speakers. ..... ............. 275.00
Janitor Hill Auditorium .... ..... ..67.10
Engraving...................... 5.74
Repayment of Loan
Members Board' of Trustees .....$ 900.00
Farmers and Mechanics Bank ..... 2,000.00

8,253.21

472.84

2,900.00
Interest on Loans ............................. 2,155.95
Loan to Woman's Dept. S. C. A................. 200.00,
Handbook................................. 1,074.00
Error at Bank ................................ 1.00
Advertising.......................44.00
Alumni Catalogue Office .......................30.25
Refund on Bank Overdraft.................. 60.00
Bad Checks Charged.......................... 43.32
Revenue Stamps fr Notes......................6.00
Trust Funds Disbursed ........................ 10,573.14
Balance in bank .............................. 62.04
Total Disbursed...... ............ .....$33,929.66
FRANK E. ROYCE, Treasurer.
"Y" INN
Sept. 1st, 1920 - June 30th, 1921
RECEIPTS

>ss Income:
Sept. and Oct. ....................$ 4,961.32
November .......................... 4,337.69
December ........................... 2,326.81
January. .......................... 3,109.72
February ........................... 2,149.20
M arch .............................. 3,173.90
April.............................. 1,962.78
May..............................2,873.15
June . ........... ........... ,336.53
Sept. 1920 Bank Bal..........

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you will need?

We are offering in Tweed Suitings the Strongest
Goods you ever saw, at

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with two trousers, either regular or golf style
Also several patterns in the

$26,231. 10
73.08
$26,304.i8

Less:

Food.

Grand Total...............
DISBURSEMENTS
Inventory Sept. 1920........,I........$ 00.00
Purchases...................:.16,868.06
Inventory June 2.................... 800.0o

Famous Inverness

Tweeds

$t6,o68.o6

Equipment:
Inventory Sept.. 1920.....................$ 500.00
Equipment-Purchased.................1,733.33
Less:
Inventory June 1921. ..................r,8oo.oo
Discount on Canadian oMney.........
Profits Paid to S. C. A......s..........
Commission on Operatioil.............
Change. ... ...................
Salaries of Management ..............
Salaries of Operation...............
Advertising .... .. ...................
Rentals....................
Operating Expense and Maintenance....$ 1,310.17
Less. Error at Bank $.xo.. ........... .10
Equipment and Inventory......
Bank Balance, June, 1921..........

433.33
1.95
2, 00.00
300.00
45.00
2,350.00
1,700.45
58.22
Soo.oo
2,310.07
2,100.00
37.10
$26,304.18

Direct from England
at $70.00
with the extra trousers
These Suits are made right here in Ann Arbor
by our own skilled coatmakers
Your inspection is invited
It is always a pleasure to show our Woolens

UNIVERSITY FRESH AIR CAMP FUND
summer, 1921
RECEIPTS
First Campus Drive............ ....................$1,371.27
Ferry Field Collection..............................- 39.24
Camp Store Receipts ... .. ..................... 12.84
Masonic Bodies of Port Huron .......6.......,... 2:6
Second Campus Drive ............. ................ 293.83
Sale of automobile ................................ 86.oo
Refunded Transportation ................................ 28.85
Refund of Equipment .................................. 61.34
Camp Arbutus .... ................. 13.47
Donations from Alumni and friends................... 1,191.97
Detroit ...........................$700.00
Ann Arbor..... .............. 2964o5
Saginaw ......................15.00
St. Clair Co........ .......... 40.47
Flint... ................ 10.::
Jackson...... .......... .00~o
ort Huron. .............. 00.o
DISBURSEMENTS
Postage. ........... ................. ........$ 132.67
Stationery........................... ...... 207.01
Printing.... ...................................... 192.55

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