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.

January 15, 1924 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-01-15

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

TI{L M IC ILIA'(4N DAILY

___-..

OPEN TO.-
Enir Cost of Iniprovi
to Exceed $IS9,900
Aid Give
- SHORT STRETCH RED
*FOR SPRIN'
SAnnouncement .was1
bby E. G. Willemin, di
.of the. State highway, d
Washtenaw road is ope
The pavin~g is entirel
a.1 but a mile and a
rcenter of the road. 0
pleted portion the basE
so that it will take car
until next spring whey
facing will be done.
The estimated cost o.
be about $189,000 wb
'The cost of cement aloe
'$43,000. The road is
including the sections
within the city limits
and Ypsilanti. This
,,the city limits of both
of sheet asphal~t on bi:
mainder of the pavem(
concrete.
An unusual situation
construction due to th4

12o:gg-Wb avid klage plur"s tak-
.11 ydrograp hers of eiiin Rentschler's SudorJ-lo i
* orld Is Re ort~ Union reading roomz.
3:4-Mal biee 3Mtisicaio program' In
4:0)-Scabbard andi Blade iiietl , se
Bluent Expected ,a., nd floor, 01(1 engineering shops.
0i; Federal -4 :40.6 :00-peu 1house. Harris ball.
e.n*.. 4:15-Organ re ita,, Hill auditorium.
:00J-Glee club meets in Union read-!
MAINSin g room.
SLIRFCIM ~ -* 7:15-Liberal club mteets, roommi 306.
~ ;.:X., ,Union,
..:::<;::: 7:W.--Roind-Ip i., clb ees n oo
made yesterday j
.:: ........ 302, Union.
istrict engineer _.
lepartment that : :> ...." . . 7 :45-Delolay meets iHarris bal.
n to traffic~
onfL. -OIE y completed o' J~OIE
quarter in the ., An exblition of paintings by western
)nti no-~.artists as well as bLeon Bakst is
" ha"benlad now hanging in the opper gallery of
~e ofs bhentraidc Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibit
+n the top sur- 4 , is open daily from 1 :30 to 5 o'clock.
' ~All organizations. And fraternities
, this road will must have their group .pictures tak-
ren completed . en during the month of January.
n~ s more than . : Al-lseI apssoite, n r
sto be paved Rear ,Admiral' A.:P.. Nilack i.h ihgnnsa eoeJn
of Ann ArborI Rear Admiral; A. P. Niblack,.-U. S. 28.
porton wthinN., retired, 'is slated ,to bead the hy- Organization. space is still available at
citiess t b is tohicbbeau _r tgraphic a te bureauesin oflc.thetacwo11Ined.Tatreshoonaold cbeig signeds fomatoudonceigndforoce thishi
ent Is to be of1 Washington. Admiral Niblack' s name spc yIg~iatoawihhv
leads to date in balloting for mem- not already done 50.
n arose in the bership on the board' of directors of
eo fact that the the bureau .. It~Is, expected his op- f l1 '1 CI P fl'WT .1R U~

I

---------------------------- -- aL

11322i39n Pre Ciderta ing mentioned as a possible choice of
T'rrsitlnt Coolidg e for cihai ian of th-e
M ay Be ead OfY1. S. shipping board to suncceed Ed-
Shipping Board wardl P. Farley. .The senate o-
merce committee refused to confirm
the appointment of Farley.
New Orleans, Jan. 14.-4,000 tear
gas bombs consigned to revolutions
in Mexico were stopped in transit here
{Thursday, the' Daily States said to-.
day.

When Noses ivas in Egypi
AKHNA TON Tas probably rule;'. He attemp,,te
to establish a newv idealistic religion and 11;aS knioi.n as ii;
heretic king Tuankilhamen succeedingq to the throne restore
the former religion.
I HEAR ARTHUR WIALTELL ,THlE SOY E)IS
ORATORICAL. ASSOCIATION PROGRAN
WHIINE THEAPEJANUARY 19

I- "What was the matter
with Professor Henry this
morning? I've never seen
him so peeved. He seemhed
to be boiling Over."
P'ythbias-
"Boiling over is good. He
was. Didn't you notice
why? The old boy had mis-
laid his, Eldorado pencil."
Eliiwb

MAIL NO

p

MR. WALKER
WTEIND

T. V. O'Connor
T. V. O'Connor, of Buffalo,.president
If the Longshoremen's Union and long
active in marine labor affairs, is be-

A THRILLING MYSTERY PLA 1'. F
n. ' THE WIL Y WA YS OF INDIA
ALL SEATS RESERVED'
W Prices $1.1O-1.65-__$2.20--$2.;

r r r i

a

city limits of Ypsilanti .runs through portenits will °withdraw.
the center of Washtenaw road, this"+ y" "}
making it~ necessary that the city of --'
Ypsilanti pay for one, half -of this
portion of the road and the state the WH TS G IG O
other half.{T1A I40I LTO
The entire cost will be shared by
'the federal government, the state, andj
the county. The federal government 'TiJESIAY

under what is known as the Federal
aid plan, will furnish roads in coun-
ties.
MUSSC, AND
MUSICIANS
Members of the University 'Sym-
ph'ony Orchestra under the direction
of S. P. Lockwood gave; their open-
ing concert of the season .Sunday in
Hill auditorium, :playing before a
large audience.
Miss Ora Lorthard, in her perform-
ance of Boeliman's well known
"Symphonic Variations", displayed, a
thorough knowledge of her instrif-
mient and its tonal possibilities. Her
technique was of the highest calibre
but, unfortunately the- brilliant .pass-
age~ requiring all of the artist's skill
were usually, submerged by, her ac-
conipanist.
A' keen rythmic sense bringing out
to their best. advantage. the. broad mel-
odies of the ever popular "Je Veaux
vivre"'from "'Romeo et Julliette", wol
for' Mrs. Grace Johnson.Konold an ex-
cepitional appreciation'. of h'er voice
by the audience.
The orchestra, under the capable
direction of Samuel P. Lockwoodl, es-
tablishedl a. high, standard, of. perform-
ance for the' season. While rather
weird in thieir coordinatio'n during the
opening number, .,,they- soon found
themselves, approaching professional
brillance in the Intermezzo movemeblt
of ;"Sigurd Jorsalfar" by Grieg. Es-
pecially noteworthy was the perform-
ance' of the string section who, by
their solid tone, good technique anid
understanding of their scores more
than made up for' some poor work
by the wood winds.
F''. K. S,
.Bonner's Father
* Dies In San Juan,
Prof. Campbell Bonner of the
aGreek department received word by
cable from Porto Rico yesterday of
the' death. of his father, J. W. Bon-{
,'ner, insular treasurer of Porto Rico.1
:Mr Bonner was found dead at his
dect at 8. o'clock yesterday morning.
Mr. Bonner is survived by a, widow,
residing In San. Juan, Porto Rico, Mrs.
'A. lo,. Hopkins of Cambridge, Mass.,
~who was graduated fromi the tnvr
Uie-sity in 1912, M. H. Bonner of Houston,
Texas', and Professor Bonner of Ann

11 :00-Sinor. engineers' assembly.I
room .340, Engineering building.
11:00.12 :00--c4hick tests for, immun-
ity from diphtheria given at H4ealth
service.
12:10--Medical faculty lunch, Union. I
12:10-1larristers, hmncli,room t319,
Union.
2;:0---..Hop tiet.s on sale at desk lit
lobby, Union.
3:00-Plays' club tryots W for "The
Dover Road,", room 205, Masan hell.
4 :00-.J4lop cominull 'e m'ets in roo II!
304, IUnioni. tp nr
4 :013-1Inion cow0ed1111-iroadsiinro
302, Union . J cmu
4:00-R1epresentatives o ale iu
groups who were not relpresented at.
Sunday's meeting to discuss thee.
Fair, 'will- meet in Union, re ading
room.
4:00.5:00---Schicek tests atIie: lf I erg
vice.
4:00--Graduate Wonmen's ,club meets14
in type play roomt, Betsy B~arbourI
house.E
4:00-Last tryopts for tihe annuaj
French play held in room 202 S. W.
4 :30- 60~rlsW Glee, cllub meets , in lRar.* Ibo r'g m a i .
i7:15--Cercle Francals meets i Bar-
jbour gymnasium' parlors.
7 :14 -Mr. Thomnas Iden's Bible classc
meeting in Upper room, Lane hall.'
Subject: "Thle Bible and Miracles."
7 :15--Alpha Delta Sigma meets in
room 323, Union.!
7:30-A. S. X. IE.' smoker, rooms '318.
20, Union.,
7 :30-Les Vyagers meet In room 304,
Union.
7:30--Freshman. assemnbly and vande.
ville in Union assembly hall.
7 :30-Aipha Rapna Psi meets In room
306, .Union.
8:00-Hock-ey at tire, coliseum. Am.
eflcan School of Osteopathy vs.
Mlichigan.,
8 :0)0--Miclulgan Dames- meet at time
Faculty Women's clubhouse.
10:00-PI Deta Epsilon meets in room
( 302, 'Union.;
Read the Wan t Ad s

rfltirib UuRJ VORJL
REPORTED HULL UPWARD
Seattle, Washington, Jan. 14.-Thre
coast guard -cutter Halda left Port Ang-
lea yesterday to serve a large wooden
sailing vessel, =reported hull upward
off the Washington coast.'
The derelict may be, the five-masted
schooner'Ecola which left Cape Town,
South Africe, Aug. 27 for Astoria, Ore.
and has not been, seen since. Sh(
carries 30 men in her crew, no wood-
en vessel has been reportedI as missing
in these waters.
La1ndon, Jail. 14.---Frankt B. Kellog,
tnew American amtbassador fus s re-
ceived in audience by' King George
yesterday-nmorning t+o iresent his dip-
lomatic credentials.
Pocket Malted Milk!1
Like to drink malted milks?
j Sure thing, Old Top !
Then why not eat em--.
here's your chance.
I THOMPSON'S
Pure Malted Milk Bars.
contain..nto cane or beet sugar
Safe for Athletes In Training
Right size or your pocket. Go
great at the game-at the show--on
hikes--at school or in your room.
5cr- At All dealers - 5e
Send a nickel for a sample.
Thompson's Malted Food Company
Makers of
HEMO
the incomparable fountain drink
710 RIVERSIDE
Wankeshia, Wisconsin

SEMI-ANN UAL

Clerance

Sale!

Suits, Overicoats, To p Coats,
Hats, Caps, Bath Robes, at

Superior
Foods

1

I

at.

25%

Reduction-

Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Nla nand St,, South of Ma Jestic

Brushed Wool

Mufflers and Sweaters at
'331/3% Reduction

1_

I

HaAf-.,-eloln

Havy Unon Suits,,

Flainnel1 Shirts

Swveater's,

Lined Gloves,
AUi COIjt Attached, Shirts
At 20% oRed uction
Wa ..dhams & C.
The Home of Society Bread Clothes

The best prep arallon® we have
found to kel the hands Soil
and white
Men use it after shavin and
wvomen" like, Itz as a batse for'
lace powder..
Itls cheap at the regularxprice

This Iveek we offer it as, a

STATE ST.

AWN ST.

SPECIAL

11

wrnr

ri

' ' +

'THEFIRST NATIONAL BANK
TH ORGANIZED 1863
You will ,find-;
Our-service courteous
and pleasing in every way
OLDEST BANK, IN ANN ARBO
MAIN STREET AT HURtON

CalkinsmFletche

30c Bottl e for, 19c
TILL SATURDAY NIGUlT

DRUG
31.4 S. State St.
State

E. and S. Universily Al

*bor.

9

Its *,ru3 efficency to use

Dalip

M
Neatly combed, well apt hair is a
business anid social asset.
STPACOMB makes the hair stay combed
fi any style you like ;even after it has
just been washed.
) STACOMIB-tkc original--has- been
used for years by stars of stage and
screen-leaders of style. ,_Write today
for free trial tube4 .r.)
Y-Tubes 35cWJars-7c,%,
t Insist on STACOMB-inm the black.
'vrti...w ....A.gold .arira a'.

TASM elhe al
scant

'S
.e }ever
ailing
action.f

-r

,

8

4
.,5
I ,.
I.

/1

I

I

/

acliri
st isf

C

cr

STET

S

ON

) . C6---'.-

© 0. . GO.The Iecksher Building, New York City
Warren & Wetmnore, Architects
.Architecture-Today and Tomorrow
Pr1HE great buildings of today, designed in masses which rear rug-

.

I.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan