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 14, 1923 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-03-14

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

TH4E. MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY. OFFICIAL BULETN
IPublication in the Bulletin to constructive notice to all members ofI
the University. Copy received until'S : b . m. (11:.301 a. m. Saurd1av.)
Volume 13 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 4, 192:3 bmber 1119I

New Midshipman
In Kings Ntea v

r _

To Iticle, enn
There will be no conference of the deans this morning.
M. L. BUIRTON.
11-oaen on Wrniing and Probation t
All Nvomuen on warning and probation who have not already made ap-
pelntx-anL to see me are reqluested to do so by 1%riday, March 16.
JEAN HAMILTON,
Dean of Women.
College of rharmtacy Faculty:
Faculty meeting -will be held on Wednesday, MacI4 nRo 1
Chemistry Building at 4:10 p. m. C. C. GLOQVER, Secretary.
To Teathers cf First Year Students I the College of Eugrine4ering:
The Ii-t report cards of the second semtester will be made out at to-
day's assembly and sent to you in the usual way. You are requested to re-
turn them to the mentors as soon as possible. ALF7RED 0. LEE.
tChairman of the Freshmian Mentor Committee.
P. 0. T. .:;
There will be no drill this afternoon.
JOHN A., BROOKS, JR., Adjutanlt. r
Lectures In Mectallurgy:
Three lectures in metallurgy by Dr. Walter Rosenhain. of the National
Physical Laboratory of Teddingtonl,'England are announced for March 14,
15 and 16. The eublects for. the lectures are as follows:
March 14.-The Structure and Constitution of Alloys.
March 15.--Strain and Fracture in Metals.
March 16.--Alluminumfl Alloys.
The lectures will be given in Room 165 Chemistry Building at a P. M.,
llarch 14 and at 4:15- P. M., March 15 and 16.
A. E. WHITE.
Cercle Frazueai, Lecures '
Cercle Francals lecture by M. De's Marais Wednesday, March 14, at
4:15, Natural Science Auditorium. Subject: Ttres de (2ristianisme en
Amerique avant Christophe Coloinh.
ATHTONY J. JOPAN.
Seuicr IEngineers and Others:
Mr. J. T. Sbeafer'of the Michigan, State Telephone Co. and a delegation}
ropre.senting the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., the Western. Elec-
tric Co., and the associated companies of the Bell Telephone System will be
in Noon; 274 Engineering Bldg. on Wednlesday,'Thursday and Friday, March
14, 1. '~ for the purpct3e, of presenting the opportunities for employment
in the co04;nunication industry. They will be pleased to talk to any senior
engineer, to those graduating in Business Administration, and to Graduate
Students in Physics and C1hemistry. . 14. CANNON*.
a itikht Orn 111Recital:
A recitail by advanced students of the University School of Music as
follows will bie substituted for the regular Organ Recital, Wednesday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock in.Hill,"Auditorium:
The Spring Song (fromt Samson & Delilah) (Saint-Sacus), The Danza
(Chadwick) Doris -Howe; Thle Last Song (Rogers), Vision Rugitive (Mfas-
sanet) Thomna~s Dew ey; Vol Che SapetAe (Moiza't.), :Sang of the - ebrew
Maiden (Musorgsky) Sunliight .(Ware), Esther 1lollancds; People Victorious
(frog: Hora Noissima) (Parker), the Last Hour (Kramer), I heard a Lark/
Sing (Glenn), Thie Almighty. (Schubert) Miss Howe; Red, Red Rose (Cot-
tnu' ), Chere Nuit IBachelet (Proch), Theme and Variations (Proch) Miss
Hiollands; Hear Me; 'Ye Winds and Waves (Hjandel), Der *Wanderer (Schu-
beil).), Myself When Young (fr6-. the Persian Garden) (Lehmiann) Mr.
1?I kC~ . CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

L-NOTCES.'and1914, the tabulation showed 70
Press cluab meeting postponied hide- cases of tonsilitis for every 1,000 en-
Y finitely on account of' illness of! rollment. Since that time, the number
speaker, ; as, steadily decreased, reaching the'
{Ee'~erers' cli ubnecting~ postponed to low mark of 26 in 1920 and 1921. the
'Wednesday, Mlarch 28.# last for which statistics are available.
Senior lids niusi ordir their tas-es at1 "We also find that every year in-
W" agnzer's before March 14. creasing numbers of students are tak-
ing precautions against illness by the
'HEALTH IMPROVES jremoval of tonsils,"Dr. Forsythe said.
This increase, which is placed at 10
AMONG STU DEN TSj per cent annually, is also considered
a favorable sign.
There is a steady trend toward im-+4
provemnent in the general health of Progiin. is Postponed
students at the University from year; Players club3's second program o°
to year, according to statistics com- the semester, originally scheduled for
piled by the Health service under the this evening, has been postponed) un-
direction of Dr. Warren F. Forsythe. til 8 o'clock next Tuesday night. At
"Tonsilitis is a goodI indication of' this time the two one act plays, "The
general health," Dr. Forsythe said. Mandarin Coat", by Riley, and "The
"Statistics show that the number of Goal", by Jones, intended for tonight
f student cases has steadily decreased, will be offered to the public.
"When the first records were com-
piled during the school year of' 1913 Today is "3171 )ay.

Stewards, House Man-s
agesRestauranit
ovners, andl other
Buyers of Foodstuffs

i

woV

I ..
g

4

F ~Prinice NicholasI
*Prince Nicholas, younger son. of the
King and queen of Roumania, has be-
come a midshipman on the "Benbowi"
in the British navy as one of the steps
'in fitting himself for royal dluties lat-
er.
7 :0- h-Am ilcan Institute of (Ieiicail
engineers,'smoker in room 318 of the
IUnion.
7 :3(--Vetcrans of Fare.-pii Wars mleet
in aissemtbly hail of the Union.
j.7:3--Libc'ral clubiai ~eets In Natural
Science auditorium.1
7 84-PiIelt t lEs lcn rued s In mrooma
302 of the Union.
S:1(}- La iSociediad Ilispaanica aMeds III
room 202, South wing, tor Spanish
musical, program.
3;t11fJ-GlariStiua Science society meets
kin Lane hall.
S:(*-Cosiopolitiin c(lii)"Sring O-
nival" in lill auditoriumn. I

Il

ircYorATO THIS PAGE FROM NOW
ON EVERY WEDNESDAY FOR
Rock, bottom Prices on
High Grade Groceries

New Caruso Record
a Nina
(Pergolesi)
Victor Record 87358
SIX NW DANCES_
Fate-Fox Trot5 Paul Whitemian
Lady of the Evening--Fox Trot I and His Orchestra
Victor Record 19016
Down in Maryland-Fox. Trot5 Benson Orchestra
Georgia Cabin Door-Fox Trot I of Chicago
Victor Record 19022,
Aggravatin' Papa-Fox Trot The Virginians
Aunt Hagar's Blues-Fox Trot The Virginians
Victor Record 19021
TWO -QUARTET CLASSICS
Kentucky Babe Shannon Quartet
Little Cotton Dolly Shannon Quartet
Victor Record 19013
A New Slant on War Will Rozrs

OUR GREAT VOLUME OF BUSINE S
ENABLES US TO SELL GRO CERIES AT.
PRAC'TICALLY WHOLESALE- PRICES,

COMPARE OUR PRICES

THEN

Timely Topics

'S

Will Rogers

TRADE WITH PIERCE

Victor Record 45347
SCHAEBERLE & SON
MUSIC HOUSE
11 0 S. MAIN STREET

AND

C .i
r 'D
., --
v
4
ti rQjP
0
. -

BANK THE DIFFERENCE
A FEW OF THIS
WEEK'S PRI CES

mumme

ll -terws of Foreign Wars, Post 422:
Due to unavoidable circumstances the Post meeting scheduled
Tlim-,day, Mvarch 15, has been postp~oned to Wednaday. March 22.
CARL H. SMITH, Commandler.

for

----- of. the Union.
'S7-:0 -F>hreshmnan Glen club meets int
f } ta ~ j pper reading room of the Union.
W A T S G UI N iON U ?^":3--St ab ard and Blade m eets In
roo 30 ofthe Union.
--- 7 :- O -Order of DeMolay meets In liar-,
NOTTCY-Copy for tills Colu slhuld j is h all.
he sit witted try jt) 90 cloe'k of x 8 -."ii uber of, Commerce nmeets in
the da~y before publilcalion. the, assembly room of the Union.
WED)NESD)AY 1 THURSD)AY
1.1 :00---Fllt'Nluan law cliis meets in ".:30-' ldwek Comnmunion service at
room C of the Law building. Harris hall.
12:30--Nooday Lenten service at 112 :15--DnmWi faculty lurnch in Irivate
Harris hall. Rev. . A. Barrett. dining room of the Union.
2:130-Mlatinee 1usicale in F8ssembly 16 :0-Electrical engineering staff din.
hall of the Union.j ner in private dining room of the
4:00-R. 0. T. C. band meets fit;'ew- Union.
berry hall. 16:30-D-lnhuer of, the legislature in ats.
4:0'0--un house at Harnis lial. sembly hall of the Union.
4 :1).-Organ reci'tali 11111 auditor- 7 :00---Mflltary mall committee meets in '.
ium.room 306 of the Union.
4 :15-Rehearsal of last act of ('igarras S 7 :40--Sigma Alpha D~elta meet., fit
1-ormigas in room 205, University room 304 of the Union.
hall. . 7 :00-Senior dents smoker in upper
4 :301-Music 'writ rs meet In roomn 3041I reading room of the Union.
.. . t. -

UNUSUAL BOKS,& Have You Read Them?
IfELAIII ELPO : O "~ILR S. .................. ... ...........2,.00
SOLOMtlON EAGLE: "ESSAYS AT LAIME"..................................0
GIRB: "TE MIDLEOF THE ROAD". ............. .................... 2.00
HO1BBS, W)-f, IH.: "CRUISING ALONG BYWAYS OF THlE PACIFIC".......:..... 2.a(1
C'ARICII: "NEXT TO -NOTIL\G 1HOUSE"............... ............ 2.:>0
Special Price to Readling Clubs and Libraries
~ SUNWVEREmwT1
-W IiSTO

Here is what you've been waiting for---
M acljiarmid~s

1000 lbs. Fresh E g
Creamery Butiter STRICTLY FRESH
Per 'Lb. 50C Per Doi, 39o
Flour. "Our Beauty"' t-98
.A REGULAR 45c IBRAND WHICH WE
SPECIAL .AT 3 LBS.' FOR $L..:..iOO
"TASTES LIKE MORE"
PREMIUM HAMS ...; .24c
DATES, '2 PKGS.. .......... .251
RAISINS, 15 OZ. LARGE BOX :..... r5c
JELLY CON, (Same as Jello) 4 PKGS. ..[5c
SARDINES-35c CURTIS BRAND ....25c
MATCHES--12 BOXES FOR.. . .,...49c
MOP STICKS, 25c, F OR.........14c
WHILETHE Y LAST
PIERCES WHITE NAPTH;A SOAP .5c

r '

7 5c. Per Lb.

BLACK WALNUT CRISP
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL

Thne MacDiarmid Candy Co.
Next to Arcade Theatre

715 N. University Ave.
Ann Arbor

.. "

.......

.1

MAE HEHOME
COMFORTABLE

I

Through the Winter
the ban furnish you the material for~
a storm house on that porch, easily put
up, and that can easily be storsd &ay~
for the summer.
SLet us Stre you an estimate on . storm.
sash,° storm doors and that storm house.
We have stock sash and win dows that
wil enclose that bgok porch.

(i

JIT"%

G.W*RENNA N

CASJH PRICES
IENCE OF A

WITH THE CONVyEN-.
CHARGE ACCOUNT.-
SEE US.

,

CUSTOM TAILOR

Three Stores - One Price
" and that the Lowest
We. Never. Sleep

y, tliq in £wnbrxXei: "

'

/i
1

41U+/ht
~mub..
Uy

cat

1

WE,

Tuxedos
Evening Clothes
Golf .Suits
SATISFACTION

mu-E

I

I w -

MOEMPI, =

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan