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January 19, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-01-19

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TECHNIC HOLDS
ANNUAL BANQUET

Announce Staff- Appointments
Year; Fobs Presented for
Services

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through his policy of careful buying.

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1922

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HABEDASHERS

HATTERS

"INITIATIVE" IS SUBJECT OF
SPEAKERS AT 34TH 'DINNER
"Initiative" was the dominant tone
of the speakers at the thirty-fourth
annual banquet of the Michigan Tech-
nic held Tuesday night at the Cham-
ber of Comerce Inn.
William A.' Cotton, Jr., 12ME man-
aging- editor elect, was the toastmaster
introducing the following speakers:
W. C. Babbitt '19, former managing
editor of the Technic, A. 0. Lee, asso-
eiate professor in modern languages,
M. A. Goetz' '22E, retiring business
manager, Prof. E. M. Bragg of the
marine engineering departm~ent, A.
J. Stock, Jr. 22E, managing editor of
the retiring staff, J. A. Fisher 23E,
busines manager elect. Prof. Jesse E.
Thornton of the English department,
and John E. Emswiler, professor of
mechanical engineering.
Staff Namedc
Staff appointments- for the year
1922-1923 were announced at the ban-
quet: managing editor, William A.
Cotton, Jr. '23E; business manager,
Julian A. Fisher '23E; associate 'editor
Nathaniel. Brewer '23E; alumni edi-
tor, D. D. Wilson '24E, publication ed-
itor, J. A. Beresford '241@; advertising
manager, J.' Gosinski. '24E;' assistant
advertising manager, Richard H.
Krause '24E; circulation, manager,
Wendell E. Doty-'24E; -assistant cir-
culation manager, Henry-.H. Hubbard
'24E; sales manager, HowardM. Pres-
ton '24E; artist, Paul Ketelhut '22A;
and assistant, Harold Lund '24A.
Gold fobs, in appreciation for two
years of service on the staff, were pre-
sented to: F. D. Johnston '22E, W. P.
Campbell 122E, A. 3. Stock '22E, and
M. A. Goetz '22E.
Silver Fobs Awarded
In recognition of one year's service
on the staff, silver fobs were awarded
to: W. A. Cotton, Jr. '23E~, C. M. Kin-
del '23E, A. F. Phillippsa '23E, C. E
Proctor 123E, P. J. Ketelhut 122A, A. B.
Curtis '22E, J. A. Fisher '23E, Nathan-
iel Brewer 123E, S. A. Reuben '23E, H.
S.. Simpson '22E, ,and R. L. Neale 122E..
For one year's service as tryouts
on the. Technic staff, the following
men were awarded bronze fobs: H. A.
Lund '24A, W. E. Doty '249, 3. N. ,Gos-
inski 124E, D. A. Holm '24E, H. H. Hub-
hard '24E, R. H. Krause 124E, H. M.
Preston 124E, D. D. Wilson '24E, 3. A.
IBeresford 124E, 'David Gildberg '23E,
and R. F. Cohn '23E.
rl-O-LT V GOES E ~AS~T

WESTERNERS HOLD SECON{D
REGULAR MEETING TONIGHT
Westerners, composed of all stu-
dents and faculty members who come
from,- or who have lived in, Western
states, will meet at Lane hall at 7:3u~
o'clock tonight for Its second regular
meeting of the year. Plans for the
winter party and carnival will be dis-
cussed In addition to other important
business.,
Buy your class toques from, Daily
advertisers.--Adv.
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ON BUSINESS TRIP
EDean Mortimer B. Cooley,, of; the
EColleges of Engineering and Architec-
ture, left the city Tuesday afternoon
4f 'for St. Louis, Mo., where he addressed
:the students of Washington university
:yesterday morning, and later in the
=day the Associated Engineering *So-
cieties of St. Louis at their annual
-dinner. 'He will leave St. Louis di-
rectly for the East on business.
The Dean plans an extended trip
-tbrough the West and South during
February, largely in the interest of the
Federated┬░ American Engineering so-
cieties, of which he is president: He
will address gatherings of the mem-
ber societies of the federation, and of
societies considering membership.
Dean Cooley's schedule will include'
stops at a large number of colleges,
where, he will address, students. He
expects to attend a Umber of Michi-
gan alumni gatherings.
-'.fn vian Insures
P'icture Pa nel1s
SEvery photograph to be used in the
1922 Michiganensian has been fully in-
c ured against loss by fire, water, and
:theft. The arrangements with the
Sinsurance company were concludod
Safter the gravity of a, situation !n.
volving even the loss of two or three
:pictures was realized.' According to
:staff members, if a single panel were
Sto be permanently lost it would be
:impossible to have the year book on
_the market until after most. of the
5students had left the University. This
B'would mean that the market for 'Ensi-
ans would be greatly diminished with
----T-r a loss which would .probably run into
=thousands of dollars.
:The entire senior photograph see-
Stion of the 'Ensian. has been aireadt'
ircade been insured for a total value of $4,-
125.00 and all other panels will be
^ imilarly protected 'as soon as they
t!UN!!!u1 are finished.

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AND SATURDAY

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Tickets at Graham' s, Slater' $ and Wahr's, uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Goodyear Dru o.dwtown.

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