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.

May 30, 1924 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-30

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

THE MTGHTG.AN DAILY

UILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Acation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the Avifiaut to the Pre.-Adent until
P. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdav'i

EIII WALRAN ELECTED l 'S GONG-O
REICHSTAGPEIDN

Classifed--can't.
MISCELLANEOUTS

04

!'' ;,

C.

Volum~e 4l

FRIDAY MAY 30, 1924

Number 1791)

'o All Members3 of the U niversity Staff:
The Annual meeting of the Regents will be hfeld Friday, June 13. This
ill be the last regular meeting before September. Communications for the
egetswill be receiv~ed up to 5:00 p. mn. Thursday June 5. Matters which
eed attention' before fall should be presented' for consideration at this
etng Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Tickets for Commeuement will be distributed from the"Office of the
ertary of the University, Room'3, U iversity Ball, beginning Monday June
ait 8:00 a. in. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
'a-Amerlean Jighway Commisson' Dinner:
The Pan-Americ n Highway Commision, 'comnposed of fifty distin uish-
Is representatives of countries of South~ America and Central America willthgussoteBarofRenstadierobeelatheMcgn
'nion at 8:00 P. M. on Friday, June 20th. The principal speaker will be Dr.
hn J. Tigert, U. S. Commissioner of Education. Members of the Faculty
id students who desire to attendl the dinner should communicate H ith A.
CBlanchard, 1026 East Engineering Building. F. E. Robbin'.
,embers of the Summer Session Faulties:
In order to facilitate registration it is requested that all changes in the
inouncement of courses such as changes in places of meeting, hours, and
rstructors be reported at once to the office of the Summer Session. It is
Canned to issue a supplement to the Complete Announcement, which will
atain all changes. E. H. Kraus.
embers of the Sumner Session Faculties:
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for the Summe:
ichigan Daily are being sent by campus mail to all members of the Sum
er. Session staff. Their prompt return will be greatly appreciated.
The Summer Daily will be delivered gratis only to those members of the
immer Session Faculty who f ill out the request cardls.
Will those who do not receive Wlanks and cards promptly, kindly call the
ice? E. H. Kraus
ympic ,Tryouts and Baisebll Cae:
Because the Olympic Tryouts, held on Ferry Field Friday and Saturday,
,e not under University management, student coupons cannot be honored.
Imissiotn will be by ticket only.
Students attending the Michigan-Wisconsin baseball game at 3:30 Saturday
ernoon ma~y enter the field by the South Gate, just below the Club I-ouse
LState Street, where their coupons will be accepted. This gate will not be
Teni until 3:00 o'clock. . E. E. Weman, Ass't Athletic Director.
nior Ree!eptlott and Promenade, Senate Reception:
Tlhe annual Senior Reception and Promenade and the Senate Reception
members of the Graduating Class, their relatives and friends and to
tmi will take 'place on, Saturday,' June 14th at 8:30 p. in. Classes will
fm"x in front of the library at the save places as for commencement and
oceed to the Prersident's residence where they will be received by Pres-
ct,#An&Mrs. Atrton. After passing through the President's house they will
receivved 'by the various faculties on adjacent indicated portions of the
neus. There will be a concert by the University Band. Cards of admis-
ii may hie obtained at'the 'Office of the secretary of the University and from
SSecretary of the Alumpni Association;. In case of rain the reception will
hieldi in memorial Hall.
Alfred 0. Le, Chairman of the Reception Committee.
F. Chester Swlgert, INE, Chairman ,Senior Promenade.
riThe ®u len
Fletcher Ball. the men's dormitory, 15 Sybil Street, is open for in-
cton. applcations are now being accepted for the fall semester. All
plications witht references. will be given first consideration.
J. horih, Manager.
tbropology '02:
Studens in this course will meet at two o'clock on Saturday, May .11,
Room '302, university High School. Colonel l'. C. Iolgoi.
ithrott logy 2:- ., -.,.
Students in this course will meet at two o'clock on Tuesday, une 3, at
0o'cl ock "in, Newberx'y Auditorium. Colonel T. C. llodsou. ,
All t tlets In Dramlng In the College ofi Eng~'neering:
All1,3t10e1ts'are required to remove the locks from their Instrument and
winig board lockers by the end of the examination period, June 14th.
eks found unremnoved after this date will be destroyers to tree the locers
the Summer Sessiton. 11..IT. Miller.
In final elimnation, those whose last names begin A to G will go to
ural Science Building; those whose names begin H- to P will go to Rooma
Law Building; those whose names begin Q to Z will go to West Gallery,
mnt Memorial Hall. A Franklin Shull. j

A~ jt~ruim~or ocitiesusig tI.% IG ARGAIN in Shzrubs, Roses, and
Vins tis eek Wemust move all
Berln, ay 9.-Ludig allan,~c~u~n~Ia2I~d ii~hideiiither iot;,,;twtk in our nursery. Prices:;halif
i nprcoialsl ladeotdathes leced dy, tugandleaha ll ng cs o l ii' -;istntofshe etchtagidii eategvvilioreg hisdatamil bedisrglesd.., 8101H
t'aul Loede, socialist, who failed to r0- 1A~U TR
ciethe vote of the clerical !anti--;( 1,. aidn toun &Fifth
peoples party. Herr Wallran. who ______I________________
:stands onl the right wing of his, Marty.1 12 :(0-Iaw facuilty lunch, Union.
a 1 r~~~rOL 1CE Gth?.CEY, 51"'. Williamns
f o rmierly was Lord IMayor of Coloagne 'I :14-013 nip lefryout, Ferry 'field. OCISi~aS ~l~as n vn
and was the last iinister of thei
tenr nde te Ipeialreime -1:30-Art exhibition fro...Ann Arbor,
I high schools, Nvest exhibition room, , ----------____________
- 1 Alumni Memorial hall. ;CAL L AT PARLOR millinery for fine'
millinery, Also T1eckla under mus-
G ln vwhich must be seen to be ap-!
RIEYTluncheon, Union.
I .3-lymlpic tryouts, Iferry field. SP1'1A NOTICE TO STUDENTS
All st de ts wh inen w rkng 3:3!) - MYIcit gan-Wis:consin b laseball I am paying the. best prices, from 3
Alsuetwoinedwrigm, Ferry fied. $10 for suits call 1677-W , or bring
for- their board and room next fall f;:00--Board in ('ojtro: of Athtleflics them to 203 N. Main St. D. Mordsky.
are urged to hand in their names dinner, Union.Suefou
now to the employment bureau of FACIAL HAIRS{
the University, in Dean Bursley's of- x;1lltfi. l,tn+. PrnsnvajI t

0

iI I

'1

HELP US WIN

See

OLYMPIC TRYOUTS!

fire in University hall.
According to Mary L~. Stewart, as-
sistant to the dean, who is in charge
of this work, there is a long line of
students every fall. The task of the
bureau will be: greatly simplified if
these students would leave their
names this spring.
DRAMA
(Continued from Page Four)
maze of intricate melodies and rhy-
thmns, but even in spite' of this con-

TI a George Bootb seltolarsbitp comipe.
tition drawings are now on exhibi-
tioni in the architectural lecture1
room on the second floor of the En-
gineering building where they may
be seen every afternoon.
26 Freshmen Are
Given' Numerals

FLECTI:OLYSIS
I:IAECTRO-COSMETIC SERICE
By appointment only Phone 1167-P
RUGS SHIAMFOOED or dust clea~aed
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
TYPIST2 with YEARS of EXPERI-
ENCE give the most satisfactory re-
us. RIDDLE'S BOOK STORE,
No. 11 Nickels Arcade.

'ir

Blu-maize
BLOSSOM' SHOP,

Twenty-six freshmen twere award-
ed class numerals in .baseball by
Coach Mather for efficient work on
the diamond this spring. The for-

fusion the piece .was weirdly comn- tunate fresh, are as follows: Edgar
pelling and 'strongly 'su~ggestive in a Davis, McNarr, Kelliher, Fisher,
vague way of a, kind of. primitive Stagg, Palmer, Maas, Sponsella, Moff,
negroid 'splendor: to do it full justice, Ryrholm,, Harris,; Johnson, White,
like any modern composition, it must~ Raniford. Terman, Puchelwartz, H-il-
debrand, F roeh'mke, Appold, Filloon,
be hard nd e-herd.Lampe, White (A.B.), Spangler, Rich,
Mlany were surprised by the peeu- Sommers. The above freshmen nmay
liarly laconic attitude of Mr. White- receive their numerals and sweaters
man in his conducting; the majority, by reporting to the office of 1Larry
trained in the usual military, smiling; Tillson at the Yost field house at any
effusion of the average jazz-master,{ time during office hours.
Swere frankly irritated by his bland,
dlisinterested manner. Oan the other Ca ps and (douwnts Available
hand, standing in the center of the Sno asadgwswihwr
! ordered from the George Moe Sport
stage as a huge, imobile globule of shop and weret not called for have
hiumnan white lard, he represented a b~een returned, but those who wish
very subtle imitation of his com- tt .. intl nfo mme ceen

Full soles a specialty. 0. C. Andres
3222 S. State.
FACULTY MEMBERS
See "digested facts about Ann ArborE
Hills" page 20 Sunday special edition
of The Michigan Daily.
PIANO-Will loan piano for use dur-'
ing vacation. No charge other than
dIrayage. 1000 Packard, 1499-W.
Patronize the Daily advertisers.

213 E. Liberty St.

5 Nickels Arcade

i
i
I
I

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-

i.

°

.

m

I _ OF EVERY KIND- W E SELL T EB u o k, B H I C , D Z N U ~ R THEUA D O D O .A R
Fo nALLTH LEDN MAS
ain Pens- EVERYONE WARRANTED.

;i

W 4-J11LUIJL L1.7 G111 1Vi 1f1.1111111Gi14R;t11C U.L

patriot, Balief of the Chauve-Souris,. can V(160 50 by reordering them next.
Poised, for all his size;" he calmly,'Wooe,.
indIifferently~ ruled a striking coraixin- -
ation of individual artists and a fairly"
frantic audience before him. Again ;f SENIORIS
lik~e Ballef, he turned out thze .cost
amnazing noises with the ama lng ease I R.eturn' the Michigan Dally
of the perfect dilletante. f subscription cards hefore
{ the excitement of graduation is

I WAH R9

BOOKSTO R

New York, May 2.-Prof. Michael
lupin was awarded the Puftzer pri7ze
of $ 1,000 for his autobiography, "Fromun
Immigr ;ant to Inventor".
Patronize the Daily advertisers

upon you. Thlen you will' be as-
Isured of getting your Daily next
j year.
I Cir~ulation, Manager,
They Michigan Daily.
I K.'{

II

5

t

A

_, ,

Rni

Co,

Wisdom NotCO'rncrcd
In h CasRoom
'Tis often found in ev er y day life.
ie who selects his gifts before the
rush is showing practical wisdom.
We bave added the famous old
English line "Yardley" to our care-,
ffully selected French items in 'Toilet-
Goods. and are prepared to help
many to happiness.
'We have not stopped with 'Toilet
Items.
Many needed articles for Medi-
cal friends have been secured.

Store for J'enr--ain

at Washington

II

Ingbeers :
rC. R. Dooley representing the Standard Oil Company of New York
in my office, 221 Engineering Building, Tuesday, June 3rM, and wishes
r'view those interested in positions with this company.
11. C. Anderson.
nIcs 351:
e final examination in .this course will be held Thursday, June .), :-12,

41

I
r
i
i

#t!
it

I

r. Horner's sections=-Room 101 Ec.
T. Williams' section-Room 101 Ec.
:r. Cahow's sections-RHoomn 205 Mason Hall.
'r. Paton's-Room 102 Ec.

W. A. Patoni.

I

ity of ,Michigan Rlandt:
rnouts for the rest of this week are as follows: Friday at 12:45 for
c tryouts'. Saturday at 1 for the Olympic Tryout and Wisconsin
Ful~l dress uniform with capes.
1 orm of. all men not on Commencement List must be checked in with
ent to Asst. Mgr. White at Headquarters on Wednesday afternoon,
1924. Arthiur Hlartwell, Asst. Manage~r.
Glee Club:
funds to all members will be made between 1 and 2 P. M. Saturday,
Carl. B. Schoonniaker, Manager.
ince, JP.terary College:
e presentation of excuses for ,bsence will terminate this week.
Arthur G. Hll, Registrar.
I5x:
e students in Spanishi5x cani have their final blue-books Saturday
g' from 9:30-11:00, in Room 106 'S.W.

I

NEW STRAW HATS

Apply wisdom and
nress.
W1e will.gladly help.

get happi-

$3

Others at $2.50 to $6. oo

G.

CLAUIDE

DRAKE

D0RUG and PRESCRIPTION
STORE

All the new colors,
the new weaves, the
new shapes awit
you here. Hats t hat
will keep you cool on

the hottest day.
Smart looking, all of
them.. All are marked
at prices that are ex-
ception ally low.

Phone 308

4ORQJ ENGIMNER PhOTOS

TIDE ALUMNUS

I

1 11

I II - C, * II

el- ,_ x

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan