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.

October 27, 1923 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-27

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

PAGE TWC THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT

URDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1923

News From t

Wsconsin-Revival of the old cus-
tom of hauling the members of the
arsity footballteam in a large flat
topped wagon from the station to the
lower campus by the students has
come to light again. This custom has
not been in use since the time whien
:Wisconsin was the football luminary
of the West. In accordance with the

.

'er Colleges growing larger ever since, the Har-
vard Ku Klux Klan has been ex-
pectantly awaiting the chance to show
The club will be conducted on a basis its real strength. It is opposed to the
similar to the men's dramatic organ- policy of the open door. Thus far the
izations of Oxford.Klan has been inactive,sbut anpromin-
izatons f Oxord ent member when questioned about3
-this apparent inactivity replied, "The
Indiana-Forty-nine students enter- HavrKlniiacve Buiti
ed the first elimination round for the very far from being disorganized, nor
determination of the university debat- can I say that even now its influence
inig team. Twenty debaters will be jis unfelt."

ing was done in the cases of the per-
sons whose names were misspelled
and the person whose name was left
out of the ballot sheet.
Daily classified for real results.

Sofia, Oct. 26.-Refugees, unless they
are Bulgarians, are barred from Bul-
garia; this is the first time Bulgaria
has put a general ban on immigration.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

,

Cosy Corner

Tea ROOm

picked to compete in the second round

old custom the wagon will be uSed to of elimination.
meet the Michigan team and, escorted ' inniiesota- Torchlight send-off is
by the students, will be taken to the being planned for the Minnesota grid-
campus. iron warriors. A fife and drum corps
will furnish the music and extra in-
1Chicago --Plans. for a new men's spiration for the rooters. The squad
dramat"c. club have recently been !will be escorted to its train with the
formulated. The new organization "greatest, loudest, and peppiest send-
will be a non-musical one, and the Ioff" that a Gopher team ever received,
work will be the continuation of according to all expectations.
Blackfriars, which heretofore has not j
been active in the field of drainatics. Harvard-Started two years ago and
James 0. Thirfin
Regent Murfin heads the Regent FASH ION'S FORECAST
committee on student welfare to
which the Board of Regents yester-!-are-
day referred the Wickershan action. Felt Velour Velvet and Metallic Hats
The action was taken in response to a,
petition from the literary faculty re- Street Dress and Dance Wear
questing the body to reconsider the See Us at
case.
I POPULAR PRICE HAT SHOP
per peninsula and which are now be-
ing prepared for exhibition by the Un- 333 SOUTH MAIN
iversity. He will also visit a diamond
'and gem-cutting establishment for the
purpose of obtaining information ,111[fI il111,11f1I il1I1iI lfIII~11[I ii1iii~1111~111t1.
which he will incorporate in a book
entitled "Gems and Precious Stones,"
now being prepared by him in collab-
oration with E. F. Holden, of the Geo-n
logy department. He will return to
Ann Arbor Nov. 5.
HELP WANTED o or e a
Big money can be earned by
students at the university dur-
ing their spare hours. The =j
*ork is extremely pleasant, and Wire Lampshade Frames Bed Lamp Frames
will prove highly profitable. Rings for Paper Shades Attachable Fitters for Frames
For particulars, address the Parchment Painting Outfits
GARVIN INSTITUTE, 4109 2 Wall and Candle Shields Prchent Patn Ots
Woodwrd Aenue, Detrit, rushes, Oils, Paper Colors
Woodward Avenue, Detroit, - Boudoir Doll Lamp Frames Sdt
Michigan. ; Shade Holders, Electric and
aTelephone Doll Frames Candle
1'==_-MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION-
IMPORTED WEED BRONZES
RL Cc PATiN AN DECORATING
-N r .iT WO STORES - YPSILANTI
'"""" " '; atlltlltllllll[11t11111111[11[ll 11111[11 Iltlttt181ii t11ttlilll lll l ltll tlli titti
Upstairs

Ohio State -Student council willI
have charge of the setting of a date
for the election of senior class presi-
dents according to the latest reports.
Recent action by the council resulted
in the reinstatement of the senior
candidates who had been thrown out
of the first elections because of
charges brought against them. Noth-

Serves LUNCHEON
'Daily 1 DINNER

- - 12 to 1:30
- - - 6'to 7:30

50 cents

Chicken Dinner Every Saturday 6 to 7:30
330 MAYNARD STREET

South of Majestic Theater

Telephone 996

i ____________________________________________

l

Ju Js OKAHE
Great Bargains :t
$9.00
l
-
Distinguished in every way
these shoes of ours. Different
from those the rest wear.
Originality in every line of
them, yet conservative.
Characteristic of the style
tendencies of the times.

Clever

Merchandise

But No Fancy Prices

HOSIERY
Very good values in cotton,
wool, silk and silk and wool
3c to $1.,40

E. J. WEIMER

PORTIS

HATS

in all the new styles
colors-$&5O to $K.iO.

and

F.

Wilson Bros. Haberdashery
is known wherever well dressed
men are found as superlative in
quality and style. Arrow Collars
and shirts complete the attractive-
ness of our line.. We have priced
them so all can afford them.

Fraternity Representative-. WALLACE HOFFMAN
- -- . - - - - -- . . ... .

SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
SECRETARIAL TRAINING
CLASSES NOW FORMI UNG
Hamilton Business College
STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS
,. I1
- Th
a'C
An ideal hunting or hik-
ing shoe in 14 or 16-inch
top. Price $13 and $14.50.
Wahr's Shoe Store
DOWN TOWN 108 S. MAIN
: e~tIlnrl irn rri tt iituutttilm rilnrirtfu lininutnilinlllnlitnnllili

-"BE
A
WILD
MAN

MADE

FOR

YOU

11

Every suit from this house Ynat y( u see impresses
you for two realsons : Firs:t, you notice that the ex-
cellent material is always correctly cut; and second,
each suit seems to be a part of the wearer's own
personality. This last is especially true because
every suit that is made here is tailored to fit the man
who ordered it-}wilt to his individual' measure-
ments.
The two-button sack pictured above, with a long,
rolling lapel, is indisputably correct for the coming
season.
TAILORS TO MICHIGAN MEN

k'orOutdoors

A
5
II
C
i

BLANKETS
~uto Robe-a, necesstity .- in
pain colors and a multitude of
)atterns of surpassing beauty.
Steamer Rugs, Wool Blankets-
nany plaids-. D. Wool Army
3lankets.
SHIRTS
Wool in blanket patterns - all
olors-Mackinaw, plain, color-
ed, and O. D. wool army shirts.
If you walk ;down here you'llI
save some m~oney .ori these
shirts. Also wool shirts for
WOMEN.
BREECHES
Corduroys are selling fast, ,buy
>efore our stock is depleted.
Also a wide range of materials
n both knickers and breeches.
RAINCOATS
Slickers, Cravenettej, Gabard-
nes, Whipcords, Rubber Coats-
a complete selection of rain-
coats. Buy now for you'll soon
need them'.
SHOES
M1unson army lasts for, the Rl. 0.
T, C. (and indeed, for anyone
who wants a comfortable, de-
pendable shoe). Hiking shoes
or men and women. All kinds
A outdoor shoes, packs,'high-
ops, etc.
SWEATERS
Brushed wool in plain and in
popular, combinations heav y
nd light weights in all styles.
lose knits for indoor wear and
fnder a coat. Heavy rugged
weaters for rougher wear.
STORE

11

Br-r-r-r-r-r! this col dweather forcibly
turns us to warm clothing. Leather
coats (for men and women) Sheepskins
Corduroy Coats, Sheep-lined Vests,
Overcoats, and Sweater Coats. Our'
ladies' leather jackets come in brown p
suede, some plain and some fur-trim- 6
med. Before you buy at least come
down and look them over. We pride
ourselves on offering better goods atB
lower prices. aC
A Special-grey Suede Leather Jaelet in Norfolk Style, Priced Rea-
swnably.
SUR PLUS SUPPLIES
"It Pas to Walk a Few Blocks"
213 N. FOURTH AVENUE

L

J

mril

R1Il

E. M. WURSTER

!'

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan