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 04, 1923 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-03-04

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

TI IE MICHIGAN' DA L. SNY,

FAP.IIITY TA PlAY ....,r7 STEFANSSDN Td SPEAK

News From The Other. Colleges

ibgg's, "Depreciation of Public t'i~dy
ity Properties" received at XWahr' 1
University Booke store.--Adv.
L 41

If you don't know where you lost
the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
sified Ad" will find it for you.-Adv.

I1 UUL 11 1U 1LIII
Wonicit's Cliii) and Y. W. C. A. Sponsor
Nine Act Performance Tom or-
row Nighi3
d A NIThP.WS CHORUS TO MWAKE

!T WHAT'S 601% Ulf
TIII E Jlinois-Continuiation of the pres-
__________________________1.1 lO HREent Honor system with improvements,
N'OTICE- Cop for this column should was the decision of the student body
be submitted by 5:20 o'clock *of PROF. SCOTT, ll PJUCETIO ,A~LSO as expressed by the vote Friday. The
theda bfor pblcatonWO SCII001JJM ASTERS (ttlil honor commissions axre now at work
1___ ILGA) on improvements intended to remedyl
_______the faults which made the vote neces-'
SUNTDAYVihaurSeasontdAcc sary. The first recommendations
9:30-=M1en's Bible class In Congrega. exporer and Prof. William B. Scott,!I which will be. presented to teh council
:rns~olnh~nh.. nf uministra~tio~n is onepaskingforl

Iowa-With a fund already raised
of $53,000 for the Memorial Union, a
council has been chosen to push a new
drive for money. The drive will con-.

fine itsel largely to the quest of stu-
dent contributions lbetw eeunIMarch 10
an(! March 25.

I[

RIDER'S PEN SHOP'
The fountain of pen sai,
faction.

I

SLEEP .AIYWBERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB3 LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets,

" FIRST PUTBLi CAPPEAR ANCI. i L '.aI cure1. of the geology department of Prince- Uict111 for La1L name) oIVU iolators
}___ 9::301-Mr. Ernest Lloyd will sleak onIpulctfoalnmeofvltrs
"The Myth of Henry Ford" in Harris ti nvriy ilb w fteundler the Hdonor system hereafter°.
University men and women and fae-: hall principal speakers at the annual --
ulty members will unite in presentingi 12:40-Professor Henderson's class at meeting of the Michigan Schoolmas- Iw-sa xeietpdmtr
the Faculty-Student vaudeville show Prsyeia;hrh ters club which convenes here March wr onb ormnadfu ot
under the joint auspices of the Faculty 1200- 'r. Kirkpatrick's class at1 29 and 30. Both speakers are rien of
Woe' c'ban he.n.A a i students here during the past week.
om'loc omorwniht in . . t;a'Presbyteiainnchurch.IterntionalICrepute and conisidlered It was found that the average distance
a'cocl toorrw nghtinHill auditor- 2:34-Sealp aindBlade meets in the ! authorities in their respective lines .covered ,per (lay for each of these stu-{
lu.Nn cso advlehv en Union. of endeavor, dents was slightly over eight miles.
arranged so as. to provide a diversifietd j1400---Diseassion group In room 302 of Mr. Stefansson has spent nearly The extreme records were 3.4 miles
entertainment, embracing song andj the Union. i 20 years in Arctic exploration and isI made by a min andl 12.95 miles made
(lance in generous measure. 1;-Fatl Tiihtcnetn3
M 'li Offer "Classics" I a aut wlgt;cietif the author of many books and arti- by a woman who lives 10 blocks from
Th nvriycu ilpeette Hill auditorium. cles dealing with his journeys into the; campus.
TelbratersJaitorscho il rsecmto-the -Socalhour of Young Peoples' =the Northern regions. Tire most re-
ed f mn, n te sciey t Pesbteran hurh. cent of these are the "Friendly Arc- j Chica go-Close after a similar an-I
edentirely o faculty mei te4:00t-Student sunpper in Harris hall, Ic"an G otYugMn. nuctetfo icniteU
"Scanal Sng" rom "imi, the followed by discussion. ~~1( orepdtosit h est fCiao~ilbodatcn
"Janitor's Chorus" from "Larry and 6 :30I-Metlug of Presbyterian Y oung Ar cticrcirclie and haspdri coered .much' certs, lecturesc and otherr matter, fro©m
Leander" and a minstrel number. Peoples' society.
Prof. Louis A. Strauss of the English 3-nvriy ~ h 11 hitherto uncharted territory. He has thle electrical laboratories of the uni-
department. Prof. Ulrich B. Phillips of diri;n added many new features to the mapj versity. A recent investigation show-
the history department, Dr. Frank irir. of Canadla, including the hiorton river, ed that hundreds of amateur wireless
Bobbins, assistant to the President, oO ~ ver 50 miles long. For one wholei outfits are owned by students, which
Kemp Keena of the Extension division,' :0---Jnlr irs play cosumne co". Yea he lived with. E10in~os who had, could easily receive any concerts r
and E. C. Burrows of the rhetoric de-' mittee meets in basement, Newberri never before seen a white man andj news sent out lby the university.
prmnalwlpatcpt.Get residence, whose ancestors never had. During
significance is attached to the appear- 4:41:00-Sophomore tryouts for Northernl his sojourn with them he discoveredi Cornell-Guests at the university
ance of the Janitors'. Chours since it Oratorical league contest in room ;that some oif them had certain very during Junior Week represented every
is the first public performance of thisI 302, Mason hall.-uoenlk hrceitcafc state in the Union, every city with a
organization. 6:00-Exc'han club dinner In room ;which at that timle was not known. I population of over 100,000 and most
Unvrit oenwl ofra a- 318 of the Union. Perhaps his most , spectacular feat te .nth
ety of' entertainment including a style :0-Fac uli'y -Student vaudeville sboW was in the spring of 1914 when as country. Although no actual countI
show by nine members of Mummers in in Hill auditorium,.h omne f h aainAc was possible, it is thought that this
______ . year's Junior Week brought a record
byhLur selaki ,parts wilmabeaten, tic expedition lhe made, with two com- umbt fvstr oCrel
by4 anrelanheli yna'2 , '24.CaTe, !OICSpanions, a 600-mile sled journey _
Girls' Glee club will furnish music, aroscolors, ancd etchings by 1Hayley ILev- MrtnPonOlsktoteoorhesStadBlnheKntt,'4.TePraxiicticailplnins wtr cos roenadpoinereiencei Sae-rctcl xerecei
an ebr fMs lzbt e- er G. H. Baker, J. J. Haffner, B. F.j given to girls in a novel course being
on's aesthetic dancing class will also 1Logan, anid R. C. Tuttle is now ,be- part of Banlris Island. given in. the. economics department.
patcpt.-inrg shown in the west gallery of Prfso ct il pa ne he class has an apartment and a
Masques will revive three of the{ Alumni Memorial hall. Open daily! the auspices of the Michigan Academy house -for their use. Six girls at at
(lances from last year's production of through March 10. of Science, Art and Letters before a time live in each place for a period o
"The Knight of the Burniing Pestle," Senfior. Eds nuist order their caanest at joint meeting 'of that society andl the six weeks. They are limited to three
including the notably successful one Wagner's before March 24. Schoolmasters club, taking as hris dollars a week for 'meals. Each girl
by }ortnse loa, '4, ad Crribl MIItry htall aplication blanks will ire subject the "E+vidence of Evolution'". performs for one week the duties of
Schmidt,'23.b 4Tae Pi given out from 2 to 5 o'clock Tues- ' in a hi, maitress, assistant cooks, cook,
GleCucoTIICPj lay and Wednesday afternoons in 1 housekeeper, and hostess.
Menr students' contributions willt the Union. iil l u ulL1-
cons:..'. irincipally of music.A Banjo IlLU 1111 Uli I LLW11iimnette--Two sophomores were
numbers kvill be given by the banjo I_____fined $20 apiece for disorderly .conduct
is, ntette of the Glee club; Bruce Day- rTfl flin n"rn.i9
is,'2A, halesB.Futh,'23, arl 24L I A IV J Arthlrur W'hiiworth, 9J4, is one of , Moinday. The arrest: came as a re-
Roswell, '23, Sherod MIengel, '24D, and the vice-presidents of the newly or- Isltoahzig party in whrich two
Eugee Crmihae, '4. urtn Hde,' ' ganzedUniersty lub~' i'an dfreshmen were the victims. At first
thegeierCenreriha'l',('-4H Holli'tr AmhertIthe' sophiomores refuised topa th
'13M, will be heard on his marimba- iMembers, of th .unioegeerng apids. Clay H olser, fieAmuhafeehurrbhidthel
p~hone, with which he liar successfully class will hold the first annual jun-! '86, is president the other ofhicers be- fie btafe orsh'or.e
toured the Keith 'vaudeville circuit. ior engineers' banqe t at 6:15 o'clock ji ng: vice-presidents, Edgar H. John- twaseesufficientlpny het.o te
Several baritone Solos will be suing by Teiisday evening in the assembly . son, r'rince'lon, '04, Charles E. Stearns,
RLobert L. Dlieterle, '23M. Parallel ;hil of the Union. Harvard, '91.; secretary, aMrcus 13. i_______________________
bar performances will alsot form. a! Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the , Hal, Yale, '05; treasurer', James (. ( U
part of the program, engineering (ollege and T. H. Ilinch- iEverett, Hobart, '04. TOLLkOD ANN ARBORBU
Tho box office in Hill auditorium; man, a consulting engineer of De- Thie club will occupy temiporary I )AUI I' X( tEPT SUND AY.
will be open " tomorrow afternoon for troit, will he the speakers of the eve- ,lounging and (dining mros on the Going North A . M. P. iM.
ticket sale. Reserved seats are priced ning, the former taking as his sub- }gr'ound floor of the Hotel Pantlind. A Lv. Toledo 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
at 75 cents, all others at '50 cents.1 jeet "Wanted: aI Job", and the latter pern_,anent. home will be considered Arr. A. A. 9:35 12:;35 4:35 7:35
Tickets may also .le procured at. speakinrg on th t ie," wiip efd I later' Uoing South
Wh',Graham's and Slater's book Eniner.l__._ Lv. A. A. 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
l~~r nrs. Ft otF . rnmis xrfi A".Toledo 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35

r

r,

*1 1

1Lost Some ting? LePt ia "Daily't4Ia g"-

SENIOR LIT D)UES
5 _ PAIl)

MUST BE

All niembers of the. senior lit-
erary class who have not yet
paid their dues, amounpting to
$3.50 for_ the en tire year, should
do so Immdiately. Make checks
payable to Burton E. Dunlop,
class treasurer, .1617 Waslhten-
aw avenue.

lit
I't
is

ifled

Ad'

Ead find it for You.--Adv.

Th aytn e nt a room ii [UIis i W 111 a
"Daily Classified".-adv.
Try Our Binyess Men's Luneb
11:3--2:40 . . 6:,c
JOE PARKER'S
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
K~ennedy's Orchestra
11:34 -4:04)
Cornwell COwl inlg.

EASTERN TIME
4I Nh)AY'S AND JOLIDAYS
G~oinig North A. . 1'. l[.
Lv. Toledo 8:00 11:00 5:30
Arr. A. A. 10:35 1:35 8:00
Going south
L.v. A. A. 8:00 11:00 8:30
Ar. Tol. 10:35 1:35 11:05
Cars Leave Court Houme

a..rw

a

a

Lv
r QULIY

.1 I

Commence-

ICE' CREAM

We Call For, and1 D1eiher
HORACE GLAVEAU
CLEANING & PRESSING
Flue Custom Tailoring
892 S. STATE 385-W

qQUALITY. S
Rt.

ruent
Gifts

NEXT
SUNDAY
SPECIAL
BRICK

EAT WITH THE
BUNCH
at the
BLU-GOLD LUNCH
605 Church

may seem far away. But
wise planning embraces

CARAMEL
AND
PINEAPPLE
PARFAIT
Havue Y our IDealer Re-
serve One for You. 'fete-
phoneI~ Ili~u N OW.

An Open Secret
E'very ice cream makem'-t-and
most housewives-know that
very fine ice cream can be made
only with choicest ingredients.
In the spotless, modern Connor
plants no expense is spared to
maintain our standard of high-
est quality. Demand Connor's;
then note the extr~a richniess, the
velvety smoothness and the de-
licious flavor.
The inamie ICONNO'S"
is your guarantee of ab-
solute purity.

The Finest Aluminum P

many choice

E n2I0
'±:

opportunities

MTHTHAT, OLD
COAT AND VEST
With New Trousers of the Same
Material and Pattern
Send us a samnple or vest of that
old discarded suit. We will
match the goods and snake a
" -'r of trousers to your
)teasure.
bawptes and prices submitted
for your approval.
An Extra Pair of
Trousers VWill Make
Your Old Sui1t; a',New One
LAWRENCE
Trowsers Servie
802-4 Medinah Bldg., Chicago
The Place you get
$1.010 Ties and

such as we are offering

now.

C . A. CONNOR ICE CREAM CO., INC.

You will not be disap-
pointed if you profit by
Dur
Special on all Ivory and
Leather Goods
SEE WINDOWS
G. Claude Drake's
Drug and Prescription
Store
Corner South State and
North University

I

- SudyDnnr 5
5t :
SSOU
Sili Sta ih uhom
-a w
w. w
w. w
Crb-ea
VEGETABL
Jun Pea adnMshd Ptaoe
Staber Shrck

-Y^ 1 : .. .rice .1J5 1
YOUR "cUPON SAVES YOIl maUf treoNE-R6 THIRD
Thswndmhefpidul M t iite Pubro 1 t diningP2n1a2qufatrtize rgu
lrycost . W unso ith thegur7fpn awhichy lwerce isibutng
your oupon call urs up or come991in awItThoueprwthelay.0Ousupply
is limited. sYoull ot TenthisM14 inakerro Pathie hanies¢thig i
Th'r ithonen.fiestPuMirroqalit, ofacourspue, thick
aluminum.
Your Mirro bargain is waiting--if you. don't wait too long.

Phone 308

ANAr. FSCER. OU

1 11

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan