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December 15, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A Glimpse Into The Golden Days, When A Four Year
Course Cost $.o. And For Board, One Paid A Song
(Editor's Note-The following article appeared in the 'Constitutional Democrat, of Detroit, June 18, 1842. It is
published, together with an ol'd picture of the campus which was obtained by The Daily through the courtesy ofr
Mrs. E. B. Hall, 1430 Cambridge Road, just as a reminder of what the University was almost a century ago.) {

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ADRIAi-ANNP ARBOR BUS
SCHEDUL EFFECTIVE OCT. to. 1921
Read Down Central $tandar Timne
A.M. P.M. P.M. AdtP'
Dably Daily Daily Daily,
7 :30 :30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7:00 12-4!
8: 2:05 ... Tecumseh ... 6:25 t2:1(
8:25 a:25......Clinton ......6:o5 i:5
9:t5 3:z5. Saline. . :15 £z:o.
!9:45 3:45 Ar Ann Arbor Lv 4:45 to:3c
f A M' P PM A&PN#
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SU NDAYS ANTD HOLIDAYS
P.M P.M.
3:30 L... Adrian ..Ar 9:00
4:05 .... Tecumseh... 8:25
4:25 Clinton ... 8
5:15 Saline 7:15
5:45 Ar. Ann Arbor L",. 6:45
P M P M
A U. of M. Ro-
mance
MY CHINESE
MARRIAGE
ByvM.T.F.
DUFFIELD &'CO.
At all bookstores

and Country

Sausage

at

PROCHNOW'S DAIRY LUNCH

5 to 9 A. M.-- 5 to 8 P.
Next to Farmers & Mechanics Bank

M.
Down Town

r

Old - Fashioned Buckwheat Cakes

Don't Read This!
UNLESS YOU ARE PLANNING

TO HEAR

Judge Wm. H. Harrison

Great

Negro Leader,

Statesman

I

and Orator

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

HE WILL PLEAD THE CAUSE
OF HIS PEOPLE

The establishment of this noble institution upon a broad and deep foundation, is an event which must tell for'
inestimable good upon the future destinies of our State. Amidst doubt and misgiving on the-part of its friends, and
the sneers and anathemas of its enemies, it has struggled manfully on, until at length its portals are flung open .to the
searcher after knowledge, and upon terms which bring an education within the reach of all.
The early friends and strenuous advocates of our University can now look upon the splendid result of their
labors and efforts, with the well-earned consciousness that their perseverance has met with its just reward.
The Faculty of the Institution, at present, consists of four Professorships.
The first-Of Ancient Languages and Literature-Professor Williams.
2nd-Of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres--Professor Whiting.
3rd-Of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy-Professor Houghton; and
4th-Of Botany and Zoology-Professor Sager.
These gentlemen are all men of finished education, well-versed in every branch of their profession, admirably
adapted to impart instruction and most of them possessed of great experience in the government and general man-
agement of such an Institution.
The edifice is large, neat and commodious, and exceedingly well-arranged for the comfort of the students. The
range-of buildings for the residences of the Faculty, are among the chastest specimens of architecture, we have ever
seen-and-situated as they are upon an elevated plain, present a beautiful view from every quarter.
The Legislature, with a proper regard to the principle of "equal justice to all," have fixed the price of tuition
at the lowest rate-ten dollars only, for the whole collegiate course of four years-and good board can be obtained in
"commons," or in respectable families in Ann Arbor, at one twenty-five to one dollar and fifty cents per week, thus
affording the means of an education equal to any in our country, for one quarter of the expense which could accure
at any of our Eastern Universities. Are we not justified, then in congratulating our beloved State, upon the occasion
of the establishment of an institution which gives such high promise of future usefulness, and whose beneficient in-
fluence seems destined to expand from year to year, until every youth within our limits shall rejoice in the acquisition
of that end of which death alone can deprive him.

LAS

ST TIME TODA'
ALL-STAL
CAST -

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a

AT

IN

PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM
(HIGH SCHOOL)
Tonigt
DOORS OPEN 7 P. M. PROGR4M BEGINS 8 P. 3L
COME EARLY OR YOU WILL STAND

The Recoil'

Huron Street
TA'XI

Just Unpacked

[I

RATES 25c

Orr Represented
In Local Exizibit
Etchings by Louis Orr, .are among
the group of 50 drawings which are
being exhibited in Alumni Memoriall

hall under the auspices of the Ann Ar-
bor Art association.
Louis Orr, who is widely recognized
as one of the most distinguished of
American etchers, is the only Ameri-
can artist whose work is in the Louvre.
During the war he was commissioned
by the French government to make a

You May--

series of etchings of the Rheims ca-
thedral, which are now regarded by
experts as perhaps the finest etchings
ever made of the famous building.
Angther American painter-etcher,
whose work is represented in thel
group, is William Auerbach-Levy, who
is best known for his character stud-
ies of old men. He is represented by
the "Cab-Man."
Sevg4r studies by Cleo Damianakes,
who exhibited for, the first time last
year, have excited much favorable
comment. She Is of Greek parentage
and her work shows the Greek influ-
-n'e. manifesting itself in a pattern-
I like quality.
The exhibit will be on display the
rest of the month.
Glee Club to Serenade Girls' Houses
In the nfanner of the minstrels of
old England, walking from house to
house, the Freshman Girls' Glee club
will give its Christmas serenade be-
ginning at 7:15 o'clock Thursday even-
ing. Dormitories, league houses and
sororities will be visited in the course
f thA venin_ At each Mace thei

i

Ii

DAY and NIGHT SERVICE
Phone 4 4 5

b

New shipment of
very fine tan silk
-Crepe- Shirts

I

I

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SPECIALLY PRICED FOR
HOLIDAY SELLING

PERSONNEL

i

of the

Find after vacation, Home Cooking like
that Christmas dinner you had at home!I
If you will try the

M ICHIGAN
ELODY
EN

$7.85

9

Sanquist Inn

D. F. Vollmer
J. H. Button
W. C. Carey
F. M. Edwards
W. H. Glatte, N

- Piano
- Sax
- Violin
- Drums
Mgr. Banjo

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First Place Tables

615 Church St.

FRED GROSS
309 S. MAIN

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01 te gui. ,e~ lu u
girls will sing several of the old
Christmas carols.
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Women of Foreign Lands Entertained
Get 'em from 0 & H Each of the guests at the tea given
for the women students from- foreign
A CH E OF A LIFE TIME countries by the Y. W. C. A. Sunday in
Newberry hall received a gift from the
Christmas tree. Entertainment con-
P R I C E S S L A S H E D sisted of a reading by Mary Ziliak, '24,
piano solos by Anna Broene, '22, and
ON -= Esther Hood, Sch. of M., and selections
- by the Helen Newberry residence or-
0. &H. F lOTTE-A R
Costs have been forgotten, prices have
been cut to the limit -a chance to
wear a new pair home for Christmas.
- a
ON
- f'IARRY home one of
C these handy little 6y2-
0. Q,.lb. typewriters today. Pay
_ erfor it at the easy rate of
MENS $ a month.
0. . MORRILL
SHOE SHOPPE 17 NICKELS ARCADE
335 S. MAIN ST.ANO___A_
Get Better Shoes for Less Money from 0. & H. chePezsonaI VAyg Machine
Il lfll!1lfltifll IH N11 fll illl ll!Hltl lll lH iq! Nll llll llt~rll ll!!!!

Playing Sundays at

THE

m . imowm* S

BUSY BEE

Likely Leather Lined
Cowhide Bags -

- $12.00

68 P. M.

Dad or Brother
WOULD APPRECIATE A GIFT FROM
ANN ARBOR
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH ROBES
COLLAR CASES
VEST CHAINS
TRAVELING BAGS
NECKWEAR
LUTZ CLOTHING STORE
Why not walk down town and save money?

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