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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

rM-FSDAlY, RMARCH 10, 1925

others are now in progress. Prince-
ton raised $5,000, Smith college $6,000
and Ybale university has contributed
$4,000 for t heir 1425 quotas.
To start the funidl here, Ann Arbor
churches Sundlay collected a large
sum, the exact amount of which is not
yet known. 'theatres will aid, and a
special benefit dance will be given
Saturday at the Union.
Special committees have beenl or-
ganized to~ care for faculty contrilau-
p tions, andl each member of the Uni-
versity .staff will receive a letter
with the conveniecut check form.
'Tow.nspeople ~il also be given the op-
portunity to take part in the campus
drive, as they aided considerab~ly in
reacbing the :goal set last year.
The disposition of finances of thej
Student Friendship fund last year is
mnade clear by the report of the Price
Wat;erhouse company of New York
which audited the 1023-24 accounts of
the fund. Under this :statement, the1
total receipts of the fund, includingf
school and private donations, and the
1923 balance, were $505~526.05. The
priva'te donations, which includedI
itich contributions as that of the
]Lauar Spelman Rockefeller founda-
tion, amounted to $313,3616.27, and were1
largely given with the request that{
th)ey he given out to a special use.
0ollege and university contributionsm
tutlalled $156,976.71.
NO6W U NDE R SUIRVEY
C(°s).i'o Cc'U n(*rji £%M!"f U toVC4i (*Exui Ine
A c%"tt iul 3 11 "er rtiona
For Buidget

Recent Earthquake Onme Of Series In U. S.

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Trolley; Estimated MUileage
is 1,50 1)Dally
'WELVE IN OPERATION
Busses operated by the Peoples Mot-
Coach company in Ann Arbor coy-
more than 1,500 miles andl transport.
or than 5,000 passengers daily, coin-
lations by officials of the company
,w. The number of passengers reg-
tereol and the distance traversed
,ly is said to be much higher than
)so recorded by the street car sys-
in which was recently replaced by
ebusses here.
The estimated mileage per gallon of
isoline is between five and seven
ides. Although considerable tire
ouible has been experiencedl by the
busses -ii operation, little delay is
«do In the time schedule because
ir busses are kept, in reserve to re-
eve any bus on the road. Trhe com-
Iations show that there has been
Tactically no engine trouble in the
sses since they staxtea to carry pas-
n-ers in Ann Arbor. The engines
"e carefully inspected at the end of
each dlay's journey by a corps
'coimpetent inech anics.
There are four busses in the Unl-
rslty region and the use of thre bu§
rvicc by studlents is said to be more
ian expeeteo. It is claimedl that
any more st udents ride in the new
ii5se that did in the street cars.
With the advent of the bus system
to Ann Arbor "ride stealing" which
as somewhat common while the
~eet cams;: were in operation has been
iminated, it is said.
Mated to hin, thle members of the
i iversity club express their profound
mn:p atlly.
"It >is 'esolvcd that this tribute be
tiredi u_}ioni the records of the club
yil that a cony of it be sent to the
n~l " -
Prof. 11. E. Riggsi of the civil enl-
ineering department leftf yesterday
nr Chicago where he will attend the
iintial convention of the American
railway Engineering association to-
o-cr row and Thursday.

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"Classified" Columns

EUROPie and Return
$155 and up

Students

-- Teachers

- Artists

This special 1925 excursion rate, offered to travelers in our
improved third class [Tourist Section), New York to South-
ampton and return, places an enjoyable and profitable trip to
Europe within the reach of all For a few dollars additional,
passengers may proceed via Cherbourg or Hamburg. Person-
ally conducted tours in England, Ireland, France, Germany,
Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Italy at inclusive rates}
of-$325 upward may be arranged.
Investisate now! Make your reservations earty!
For further information apply to
177 'North Xiehigrait Ave., Cl~icago, Ill.
-VUNITVED t alfIJCAN LINES
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joint .serfVJCCWith +

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M~ore. Food Value Per Bite
In a Barbecue Sandwich than in any
other lunch at the same price. They are
good to eat, t90. Stop by and get one.

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Survey of the organization, and adl-
ministrative methods of the Ann Ar-
bor city government is being under-
t aken by Giffen'hagen and Associates,
management engine'ers of Chicago,
unen.tOwdirection of Mr. it.0. lBeck.-
iai, '1 2L. Tphis firm was recently
employed1 by a Special committee of
t-he city council to make an audit of
the affairs of the municipality.
Onze of the purposes of the survey
,is to recommnendt equitable rates of
pay for city employees. Another is
to suggest what amounts shall be ap-
propriated for various city acetivities
during the coming year, in connection
with the preparation of the city bud-

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and to suggest ways and means
ucereasing the efficiency of opera-
of the various odepartmnents.
[. Beckman has specialized in
onnet work for mnany years, andl
ntly served as assistant director
lie congressional commission on
!lssification of salaries. While in
(,(- lie served as a mnember of The
higan Daily staff and engaged in
=r. campus11 activities.
D. Eato''sNovel
Shows Large Sales

gin
Airove: '[ le chart from the seismograph at; John .Carroll uiversity. (Ic e elanid, tell!",, the story of the cart i.
j quake. T.Ihe upper series of4 waes m-as made byv the n ,,!re wide3h i a(!ords the disturbanlces of tihe earth's u
emust along a* north anmd south_ line. 't'he( lower series shows the rec crol of lie ei:v4 n.IyI est action . Be.
t ew: lc Rev. 1F. L. (ideubaehm, a tiuIIhe seismlilograpuhl.
I Cleveland, Ohio, March 9. - - I
Fiather Tondlorf of the University of UATI V ERSITY CL UB EXPRl ESSES:
Georgetown, inotedl seismologist, leas A.PPRECIII IOJV DR. B UR T014.
piredicted that another earthquake of
the magnitude of the recent distiu-b-
ante that set a large part of thae I'zui- At it;; nicE: lg on March G, thed- great parnt realizedl. VWho can say to -
ed States in an upheaval1 is not 1 ihel Y irect ft~ 1inie I 'iv IX'i V(dcl)b i;csejil - what heighlts ". character' so richly eln-
to bie repeated for at least .50 or' 6o "d ftle followigl);!.)allec (tf o" ia- doxx'ed mlso s everely trained for his
vacaation night not havec reaached had
years. ii~'c'ln ~ inIBin on, and hslf ei prd
Scientists are at present worKinghslfebe ., aaropted
on the conditions surrounding the 'I'ht' lpaling loss whichi he Itn'- '"Yet we need nt dwelcl only uipons
Iquake in anl effort to discover whe (t'} (rsit y, I he comnuni ;y, and the n atIion 0o1' loss, gi'evioas as that is. Presi- I
e r or not it is one of a series of sal)-';havo sustained in the death of Ii cl (ilt. lhlirton left behlind himt two
fterrean disturbances that ar'e g 'da- (lent \laarion LeRoy Burton cannot at <",reat eaisavsbl eayi h
all pshng p henorhestsec ~flthis timec be adequately apps ai.sed. lie lumildiliga of the campus that will I
of, this country, as claimed by Revc;. 1+. was in the very midst of a great car- he'reafter' he imonuments to) his fore-!
L. Odenbacl (alcove) of John Cairroll eeco'.lHe had unbounded visionl, cour- si~h Li i roti(a odsnsada
univers. l ad e. olnivicl igocl)sense and a
.aw, divig pwerand persoi' nag a- iviibeall([ : iitlel legacy in the;
nlet anl. lie had Becen succ eisf~ul lbees. hle of a noblo and beautifil life
(Princeton, N. ., lam. !a.-'-i lancing v cond the mloat saniguine hopes of al (-l i w til isxiirea generations of
ait Junior' Prom, Princeton's m~ost inliP;i iri~lill and of tihe frien(ds of tihe Woli lc'~i ii m hthe !ambition to)1
portant social event o#' tie s tflin±;, 1 '? in5 -t . I liS plans hiad b l-lilaid v i s 1, i £g ood even as i' _:was.
will last from 10 to ) 'c hx'Ii~. xvitla co-nanni mate shill and(1were;i' li -o tiL ol~ w ' weiiorinit imiat ely
jRead the Want Ad..',,
] TH CLTHE THY TALK ABOUT

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SLEEP AIY WMERE BUT.
EAT AT REX'S
TI4E CLUB 3 LUNCH
71 2.Arbor Struet
Near State and Packard Sts.

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Sprng fords,
- For Men =
Waher's Super Seven Oxfords
61. for men include -a tan and
- black Oxford of Russia calf
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Sales mounl'ing well over 300 hake
been reported by local bookstores, for
"i-ackfurrow," a novel written by G.'
I . Eaton, '23. One dealer has sold out
his complete supply of tile books, and
all have bad to place orders for addi-
I ioial copies.
"lBaclcunx-ew" was placed on sale
about F'eb. 1. and in tbo first week
over" 100 books were soldl. During
thle r'emainder of the mnonthl there was
afalling off of demand, but the 1)00k
has again become popular.
Dr;;,f i ilg material, including T-
~[0liturre':, was re,)orleo stolen to the
oflice of the secret iry of the college of
a rc'hitecture ye terdaly.

if you are going to need a
gift or picture you better
take advantage of our won-
derful reduction on our en-
tire stock.
Only a few d&ys m~ore.
20% off.
APPLIED ;ART
2 Nickels Arcade
opposite Substation

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F . C. Pardon, suplerint enden t of the
.Buildings andI Grounds oeartnent is
in x.'13 ca go 'on business for his de-
hc!"inient. Ite will i'eturn T'.i'tu~sday.
Plants add greatly to the
attractiveness of a room.
"There is a great
variety of them
at

Topcoats

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Br and and other good makes

Cousins & Hall

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611 E. University
Phone 115

You can depcnd upon us
for prompt delivery and
courteous attention.

Announcing
the Next Showing of
A.r~o a
for the Collcge Man
at
lI IUSTON BROS., 307 State St.
Tluur:,da-y, Friday, Saturday, March 12-13-14
Hand-tailored to measure, of all-wool material,- NA-
TIONAL CLOTHES, at $29.50, represent an amazing
value, the equal of which is not found in many garments
costing much morc. 4No, MONEY CAN Buy CGREATER
SATISFACTION.
You will agree with us in this if you are flow wearing,
or have acquaintances who are wearing, our clothes.

$27.50 to $45.00
Spring Suits
Society Brand
$40.00 t'$5.0'0
(See our windows)

25 KEITHSTARS
VEA TUBIMG
JONES & JOES
St(iTT,'. ALLEN & LEE -- FARRMELL & CHADII)WWK
THE FIVE CR.ACKERJACKS
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8 PEPPER GIRLS
01 T----O ti LESCfREIN-
RIupert HIughecs' Rollicking Comieudy
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Everyone Else Does

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