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


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.

February 24, 1925 - Image 8

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1925-02-24

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



TtTESDAY, I"l L , t' ltd' 24, D25,

Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the F.Tesident until
3:30 P. im. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday'
Volume 6 TUESDAY, FEBMOARY '24, 1925 Numiber 100'
Faculty, ('ilege of' Literature, Science and thec Ails:
The postponed meeting of the Literary Faculty will tape lplace Tuesday,'
FebpIrary 24th, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2225 Angell Hall. The special orders

I day, February 25 at It A. M. in Room 248, west Engineering building.
Succeeding lectures will he given each Wednesday at the same time and(
Pla5ce. Students and others interested in the subject are invited to at tend.
rflThese lectures arc required for' those electing E.F 13--Principles of E.c
tIric Corymunication

Legion's Host


Rem?,'od~el IBu~ild~ing Ithe ,work is VZIrc iw 1 tl}Y' i*;i
For School's lUst? givciento'I tihe a m. ii toiI
Mrrill- i's Inn'sschl ssemo1Ih
Renmodeling of the Universi~ ~,ty 101 ot.
building on South Ingalls street, no0w ilh e Ih :
There wil eamein: (g h
uised as headquarters by the F<aculty !ia club ;,t7-30 oclock NVeile<s
Wonman's club, has lbeen started, and I in room 3041 of the Union..


IBenii. F. Imay.


to be considered at that time have already been distributed.
John It1. Effinger. (Continued from Page Six)
ern in this event. Gow should also
The foel fehe lecture in hygiene for inen, will 1)e given in W'na- count. in the century race. SamsonI
terman Gyina,,,1in on Thursday and Friday, February 26th and 27th, at pos e,:ses tihe ability to b~ecome thme,
3:15, 4:15,' and ,5't15 P. M. George A. May. fastest man in the Conference in all
of the free style races with more
Mitheauities: (iollcg* ofi Literature, Science, and the Arts: practice. Thunnakin is another swim-I
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff on Tuesday, February (.ltdonaa1)-
24, at 4 P. M. in Room 3010 Angell Hall. J. L. )Jarkley. merwona ecutdo salns
sib~le po~int gainer ii inte '220 or 00.
The Michigan relay tea n which last,
Public S00aking for Engineers-,English 3: w elbfrete: ,omi ~ud
Assembl'y in Room 348, West Engineering Building at 7 P. M~. Thursday, we e m el rkethe Conference ro,
February 26. Chairman, Mr. J. C. Lever; Speakers, Messrs. C. 13. Bredt, H' 1(1, shldf k place theo o the l3adg -
0. Cedargreen,, I. Hanford, L. Buell, C. M. Clemens, II. C. D7alnke, itIi . ! ga,;regation in the Conference
Chappell, and "L. D.Ewen. ,meet.
It. L. Lindeinuider, Chairman of Assembihlies. NVltittinglaain has boon shuowing
___________________ apid imip1.ovenmeiit sice time Chicago
Mz-Tm In Sociology 141 and 121: 111ce(t anald shoul d ecoun teor ii dif-
iMake p* u lns in these coitrses will be held Wednesday, February j faculty in placing no aamong the fir'st
25, from -9 u 5o'clock ill Room 202, Economics Building. tlmre 200 yard brzeaststroke race. In
A. F. 4aoo Hie lplunge, Siedmaan is now doing
close to 30 seconds in covering the
60 feet underwater.
Faculty Women's Cliub: apnuhadSarethv )t
The 4tbletic Section, through the courtesy of tile Physical Education beaenhin a tairityththe facytiv
DepartnVmi is enaied to invite memiber's of the Club to attend the classes and should comue through for places
in Folk Dancing, given by Miss Burchenal from February 24th to the 20thj in thme chamlpionship contest.
inclusive. YSpecial privileges and prices will be granted Club members. _________
ll rs. Lop iiBredi old. Intramuralltems

hIle preliminary round in All-camt-
pus foul throwing will close *Wednes-
!day February 25th. Individuals wish-
ing to compete can (10so anly after-
noon by calling at the Intramural
office in the YWateirilll11 gymnasium.
While the number competing this year
is greater than last, yet fewer have
qualified. Fifteen successful throws
out of twenty--five must be maude in or-
ue r to (qualify for the second round.
Enltries are now being received for
All-canp.us indoor track meet. The
following events will comprise the
! pro rain: 50 ya rd dash, 440 yard dash,
halIf mile run, mile run, 65 yard high
hurdles, 65 yard low hurdles, shot put,
rmunaning 1broad i uni p. running high
'unin. All members of varsity and
ireshi ma squads are barred from this
meet. Entries c -n be made on the
!)1 blet~n Luard at Waterman gyulnas-

Anian Raymond, attorney, and comn-
mander of Omaha post No. 1, largest
Legion post, will be the official host
when the American Legion holds its
annual con venti on in the Neb~raskat
city in October.

I s

vt. /.Y.I" Iwr1.y.rr0./../Y, 1 ".1.O~",s.0°,/«r.+"1,t"#". """ a .t° :; s^ Ii'~



And every conlvenienceC in supplies for the student.
1111 South university Ave. P'honme 1160-R

U~niversity Lectur'e:
Prof. Manue Seigbahn of the University of Upsala will speak, Tuesday,!
Feb. 24o. at-.j.o'clock in room 1041 New Physics Building on "Tihe Exact
Measurement pf.X-Ray Wavelengths." The lecture is open to all interested.
11. M. Randaull.
Electrical Engineeoring Not ice:
The electrical engineering department announices a series of twelve

(Continued from Page Six)
instead of Tuesday as previously an-
noun cod. The following teams, are
scheduled for that night, Feb). 25, at
8:'30 o'clock: Group 1 vs. Group 5,
iGroup 7 vs. Group 4, Group 2 vs.
!Group 6.

Effective Wednesday, February 25 many
changes will be made in our operation.
Among these special attention is called to
the following:
1--Burns Park-Depot coaches wil also serve the los-
pitals and terminate at Washington HeIights.
2---Coaches on this route will1 give 1 5 ninute service.
3--Packard-Broadway coaches will continue out Main
St. to Summit, than to Broadway, extending their
service to Cedar Bend Drive.
4--Coaches will be withdrawn from the Southi Main
St. -1Ioover operation.
5-Service will be established on South State St. to
Granger in order to care for activitics at Ferry Field
and Yost Field House.
V-Coaches will operate from Geddecs terminal to the
Miller Loop; from the Miller Loop to South State
and Granger; from South State and Granger to the
Liberty terminals; from the Liberty Terminals to
7--The southerly terminal of the 'Packard Huron will
be on Brooklyn on Baldwin instead of thle M\orton-
Granger loop.
8-The new arrangement giver additional service to the
University Campus from all points of the city.
Anniouncement is made to Clubs and Lodges arind SocWU'isS
that Motor Coaches may be engaged for Special Parties. The
charge is $7.50 an hour for runniulg tirui< and $5.00 for stagmj-
ing time.


lectures on various phases of the tele phone business by officials of tile Thie medals for tie winnemrs ini the1
Michigan Bell Telephone company. Those lectures give a general outline ; all-campus wrestling tournament areV
of the commnercial, managerial, and technical problenms of a. nation wideI at the Intramural office. The winners Night jj
public utility. The first lecture, "General Outline of Telephone Engineer- can get their medals by calling at ai i~ i i u r~
Ing" will be given by Carlyle Kittredge, '97E, Chief Engineer, on Wvednes- this office. at G aa "
WHAT'S GOING ONQ and everyWGresaygerdyan
+wWednsday Fidn
Notces to appear in this olum ut il - -vat r a ng t
be left in the box~ at the Daly office S p1P1fl F oo w earby
provided for tnt purpose before 4 %)IL l s U1 h3 Al- U Music b l
o'clock preceedinthe dtacy of issue. w il akisan=i
TUJESDA1Y G Iranger Eight.
3:00-Prof. 31anne Sieghiulin gives talkI
on X-Ray in room 1041, New Phy- !
sis building. We are now showing a = (NI1IC ETfR1S Ar 1FM Y
a d B CN l a speaks in H-ill auditorium . 1Im ost co mpee li e o
WEINSDArkI:Y spring footwear in strap-
4,iiIrf t .Slcua fChtn and goring effects, in pat I
bia speaks in Chemistry anphithea-',, t4
7 :1bi Seic~ud lispnit' mees Ient, dull, satin, and the .4
! tt111l1~111tli1i1iilii1t11111111111Itlm lI~n room 30, Union. new tansh d s fo= ==
;:36Prof. F. A.tEoller talks ol "Surg- saes ro= -
ery of the Dark Ages," in west am-,
pitheatre of Medical building. dLbA
7: :0---Professor Sherman gives sece $.00to$a.re
ond talk in Chemistry anipitheatre. =$.0t 90
7 :3-Re publican club meets In room- - -______________
306, Union.-
7:30 -Saginaw cub mieets in room F R Y UN I-
304, Union._'
Chicago, Ill., Ii eb. 23.-Private Jack; vva, 1vr S hoe- - -ore -- - _ __
C. Gillander of Monmiouth, Ill., sta-
tIoe tCauefedde hsmr- -r
ing a sa result of an injury received ] 08 S. Main Phone 1115
during .a boxing match. The mortal s -=
blow came in the second round. It li11111 1=10111111111II11111111111111i111 111N111111i
was a glancing right to the chin. {-°'- -
Buenos Aires, ,Feb. 23.-A dispatch' L e -
from Lima,.-Peru, says that ancient 0 i1-
cities, one of Inca and the other' of pre- Pn rlf th taeSi g
Inca origin have been discovered =-p~ n
near Cuzzo.
/1 beast intho tisttEg-e
f -
'- Ina vauiedtoplase the m ost
AXcdingI discriminating And the
Nichlines prcs are rasonable-$25,
Burroughs, Victor, Barrett, r$28 and+$30.
Portaible 'and other makes. -
New, rebuilt and second-t Photogra pher /- Tiforin Clothes have that =
had od an etd individuality about them -
" Morrill!= which appeals to the college
0.j.' man. They are just a bit c
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter and j_' different than the ordinary
Stationery Store 334 South State Phone 303-W -,
Open evenings
~*UUUUUUU*UUUEUUEU*UmEUU***UE'=Very latest in Spring -





c 0.00 Cocoo Ze.-Cr. r. el 0 C r. 4.4 IM, X-04 0.1 or. COCC r. 0 0.1 rl. 04..14 ol

'' s' "ne .s 'r. '"'. . p p' '

Bu1sine.s Caveer C
Swhat every ambitious senior is
thinking about at the present.
41 time. Life insurance is one of the y'
best, one of the most desirable, and
4"1one of the most satisfactory as a
O~ipermanent calling.
In assets and volume of buiness,
life insurance is one of the three
At leading businesses of this country,
r' 'yet, the field is comparatively under.
' developed. O nly 7 per cent of the e o o i a u fh m nlf nt e
United States is covered by insur- Gm
f9, ance.This gives an idea of the big field
A still to be worked, especially business I
insurance for firms and corporations. .,;A o r m n rti n: R p rs o ,,
college graduates who have entered
business indicate that life insurance is !
rb~ at the very top as a source of income. f
Now is the time for you to consider
, A what you are going to do after gradu- a
ation. If you are am bitious and will-igt w r ad a d r n e etdt
I~a know about life insurance, address
r V Agency Department

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan