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 29, 1927 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-01-29

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

1

ANJAR.Y 29, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4

'AORi TIR

To

BOLAND APPOINTS;!Dr. Wang Tells Mli c h
TWO COMMITTEES i Cno Gvrm
John Doland, '27, rsdnto-h
Interfraternity council, announced tl Ibleeta thegoen ntO
Canton which is 1now of course ithe
appointments of two, comnittees yes- recognized capital of Chijn, will bet
terday. The committees will consider! permanent," declared Dr. C. T. Van!"
the problems of activities, and that of' former president of the Chinese re-
bringing -abourt a closer relAationsi l public and now head of the University
between the student body and the fac- !of China at Peking, in an intiew
ulty. They will make reports at the with M. A. Wenger, a studkent of the
next meeting of the council, with the; "floating university." Dr. Wang spent
committee on deferred rushing which one year at the Univcrsity of Michigmn
was recently appointed.! and three years at Yal.
The committees are: Deferred rush- Dr. Wang enunmerated the ee reas~ons
ing: Fred Glover, '27, chairman ;NV for his belief. "First," jhc said, "it is
Calvin Patterson,' '27, Nathan Pein~-,a civilian type of governmc it, \Vhicil
ginger, grad., Henry Lathrop, '27, and has control over tho various nitlry;
Henry Maentz, '27:.!forces. Secondly, it is re-arranging'
Activities: William Hayes, '27 the tax system and in the province oft
chairman; C. Wayne Brownell, '28.i Canton alone has raised one hunlred
Closer student-faculty relation: James million dollars in a year,. thirty mil-'
-leraid, '28, chairman; Richard Sayv-; lion being the most ever obtined
age, '28, and Paul Endriss, '28. from the same province in prey'-Iiur

ua' eenpo~nbi: W Pl etcher nail, has been reopened, and
('U i:. v~L~-K will1 be open to the public Feb. 19, it
;~e a ~ ~ was announced yesterday by the man-
1V"iindiE: 4 ye)ars ,ago. agernent. Fletcher hallis managed
~ '\):i2fPW5r by the Dormitories corporation, with
and 1 theoffices in Detroit, of which "Charles HI.
poprI~arit.v to Ix, well-grounded".'' Moody, '97, is president.
The fomrPresident of thle lclml- A banquet will be tendered the res-

!I
.j
,
-
l
.

igan StuetTa DORMITORY WILL
ntWl Be Permanent. OPEN CAFETERIA
Flietcher dining room, located in

Ex- aise WilelmA private familyg athering was held
ExKaisr W ihelm during the day, at which were pre~sent
Bi , rthd~a. a mer Crown Prince Frederick Wih-
irthday ain, the Prineess of Hiesseni,th
kaiser's only daughter, and her hus-
(By Associated Press) band, the Duke of Braunschweig.
!DOORN, ;Jan. 28. - Gaiety reigned
all day today at the Chateau of for- RO E-h Facsmitlasno
mer ME-h Emperor William of Germany in! only a part of thee Italian army, but it
honor of the 68th birthday of the ex-t a necessary complement of it, the
lied monarch.( Court of Cessation ruled.

lie deporedl the fact that. China is re-r
gardedc as a market ius~tead of a na-
'on by the Powerrs. ",She wvants the
rights of a, nation--her tariff anton-
exiny, --d lb i' opport lity to govern'I
her own atTh Irs '' he de~clareCd.
Dr. W',ar L pointed out the fact that
China. has already b~eg un to take
things into her own hands braising
duties onIlinports, despite numerous
proteststha wer'e received, but were

idents of thle dormitory and several
faculty members on Feb. 18, James P.
Sallivan, manager of the cafeteria
stated, following which regular meals
will be served. Until then, light
lunches will be served from 10 until
12 p. m.
Sullivan, who has served on num-
cl 011 culinary departments in pre-
paratory schools and colleges, also
has arranged for club facilities for
dormitory memhbers in connection with
the dining room.

We Are Open

At almost any hour of the day or night to
supply your needs in candy, tobacco, maga-
zines, etc.
R LPH'S
Varsity Laundry Agency

r'eturn'iedlunheaded.

nrna,.w. a.nrnqJz.~vs,.u ii

Das

Dew

Ask for
DEVOE

p

South University, app. Engineering Arch

.l'araei'"dh

AllTISTS'
OILS and VARIMSIIES
Acaidemio
Water Colors
School Water Color Boxes
Show Card Colors
rastel Boards

LAST TIMES TONITE

WENZEL'S
20J7 Iast Liberty

Take

- A

- Flir

Afternoon

lExam,

s shousld
tea. with.

To0

-Paradise-

1 j isTIIII r

YPSILANTI

be followed by

I:

s-M If

I

your

friends. at the Deno

In This Snap py, Mile-a-Second
Comedy Scream-Wait Until
You See Lewis Stone Do the
Comedy Bit In

i

t

I

I

i

*Watch Repairing
Jewelry Repairing
Optical Repairing

A Johf
'aiici Dillo
Prdicli
Hn ?heC-tarn

I'

I

State Street Jewelers.

Fri

.... ...

RdcePrcstnA'

Managemnt
of ,Johin
McCormick
with
Chester Coniklini
and Splendid
SupporthI ;"Cast

fatioua
PI~trO

. . All Colors, in "wool, Slicker or Sheepskin Lining
* Priced $5.00 and Up.
~rd~" Vestsfor extra warmth, we have all kinds.
For Ladles and Xeix
For your selection we are offering a large assortment of Wool Blouses,
Leather Coats and Jackets in Tan or Grey Suede, Brown Reindeer Flesher,
Black and Brown Napa and Horse Hide. Also Corduroys, Wool Plaids
and Wool Navakotes, all at a saving.
, obes an Wool Bla kets,
All kinds, for every need, just what you need these cold nights.
Also a large showing of Auto Robes and Steamer Rugs.
and High-T.1ops
:skating and Coasting Breeches, Wool and Sweat Shirts, Puttees,
Wool Hose, Leather Helmets, Fleece Bedroom Slippers,. Etc.

I, You'll

Be Surprised. i

ND utt and Jeff ComedyLoal
AND Cartoon "Don't Fire" Today's News
TOMORR OW-SUNDAY
Here's One That Received a Tremendous Ova-
tion at the Michigan-Detroit Last Week~!

I

If

I

i

I IN

PF / xl----* , .-.., ,'m N

f ..

M

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan