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University Will Aid
" . . " Alumni In Research

GROUNDH OG DIDN'T SEE HIS SHADOW;
SPRING WILL BE HER-E EARL- ES?

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By Bobo only city to be struct by this vio-
JI f > O1 er Co-operation Of F s u es t February 2, last, was groundhog lent cold wave, as Lansing report-
'UDegree To Shaw In Ievestigatsiorday,.that iallowed and traditional ed a sub-zero temperature of 20
Of Alumni Collegestime when an illiterate animal is-, degrees and the whole, state shiver-
Oldest Bank In Washtenaw County sues forth from seclusion to fore- ed in the grip of temperatures
WilHold Reception For Co-operation to the fullest de- cast the weather for the coming varying from eight to 22 degrees
Publicgew pm d W d season. Mr. Groundhog did not below zero.
Pblhgreas pomiedr to f red U. see his shadow, therefore, an early Coming at the same time as this
hw te m sfh -spring was forecast. frigidity, a new cold wave has
PAT1=RSON IS PRESIDENT versity of Michaclub 0ofJe But the probable reason why this struck Europe, according to Asso-
troit, Monday, for his extensive in-,I
vestigations into the possibilities lowly brute saw no sun shining is ciated Press dispatches, and has 1
Formal, opening of the new First and developments in the Alumni that so cold was the weather that postponed thaws which were rap-
National Bank building will be University conception. Mr. Shaw, but two were loyal to their calling, idly developing a most dangerous
marked by a reception' tendered by who has just been selected by the one of which froze to death upon situation.
the board of directors and em- American Association for Adult first putting in appearance, while
.ployees of the bank to the visitingEducation to conduct a survey of the other was shot down in the Blid1 "
public tonight in the new building past developments and potential streets of Altoona, Pa., being mid-
at the, corner of Main and Wash- happenings in the realm of col- taken for a dog. Play gere Tuesday
ington streets. Members of the legiate alumni education, is travel- All those who slept with an open
board and employees of the bank ing around the country in his new window Tuesday night have. no Willie Hoppe national 18.1. balk
of which. Geprge W. Patterson, as- capacity. His first stop 'as in De-, doubt but that the groundhog mis-; line champion, will meet Ralphi
sociate. dean of the College of En- troit. He left Ann Arbor yester calculated, to some degree. The Greenleaf, national pocket billiard
gineering, is president, will be on day afternoon for visits to, Chicago thermometer registered the lowest, champion since 1919 in a series. of
hand to explain all of the interest- and Northwestern Universities. figure to which it has dropped in exhibition matches to be staged
ing points of construction and On Washington's birthday, he more than 17 years, showing a tem- net Tuesday afternoon and night
will spa taseilclbaio perature of 19.5 degrees below zero;
equipment of the new headquarters at speak at a special celebraion Iat :4 a. se rin the billiard room of the Union.
of Wshteaw ount's ldes atDe Pauw University at Green-at54am.Toehbinsreto be ed
of Washtenaw County's oldest castle, Indiana, after which he will The readings of the University Two exhibitions ae to be hel
banking institsution. go East to secure information fromJ Observatoiry instrument showed+ one in the afternoon and one. at
Another member of the Univer- several eastern colleges which have many peculiar viscissitudes, regist- night. The afternoon demonstia
sity faculty, Prof. Waldo M. Abbot, either adopted in part or entirely ering a minus 12.4 degrees at 7 tion will begin at 4 o'clock and-the
of the rhetoric department. and aJ the alumni university program or ,o'clock, then at 7:30, a fall almost1 night exhibition at 8 o'clock. The.
member of the board of directors; have at least reacted favorably to to its previous low mark. On Feb- number of tickets for each has
will be. on hand at the reception it. ruary 16, 1912, the records show a been limited to 250. They are now
for which an elaborate program In order to conduct his investiga- temperature of 20.8,degrees below, on sale at the main desk in the
has been planned. The program tions, Mr. Shaw has been granted a fraction of a degree colder than lobby of the Union and in thye
will include several selections, by a six months leave of absence from that experienced Tuesday. Union billiard room. The price is
the University School of Music his duties as General Secretary of Ann Arbor was not, however, the $1.
symphony orchestra, under the d!- the Alumni association and editor
rection= of Joseph E. Maddy. of the Alumnus. T. Hawley Tap-'
Beside. theactual working quar- ping, '16LL, Feld Secretary of, the
Alumni association will take his
ters of the. First National Bank, place. The entire survey is being
the entire new building will be financed by the Carnegie Founda-
thrown open to the public for in- tion which became interested in
spection tonight. Several of the the proposal as the result of a joint
tenants have occupied quarters in meeting of the American Alumni
Ann Arbor's newest and tallest sky- Council and the American associaW-e:a t Nt
scraper since December 15, but the tion for Adult education which W
building has not been formally was held just recently at Vassar Company and the First National
opened before this occasion. college.

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TheFirst Hun-dred Years.
Are, the Hardest

XAT will you be doing ten, fifteen
years from now? Fifteen years
seems a pretty long time to be worrying,
about, you say. Yet it's the fellow who
looks ahead who usually comes out on
top. He builds the foundation now.
The successes of today and tomorrow
are built on the foundations of yesterday.
In the utility field that statement is par-
ticularly true. A power station built today
anticipates the needs of the community
for manyr tomorrows. A transportation
system is laid to take care not only of the
present but of the future riders.

Stone & Webster finances, builds and
operates public utilities. It is constanIly
looking forward,developingnewmethods,
new ways, new ideas. The Stone &
Webster man is progressive. His business
makes him so. He pioneers because only
through pioneering may the service needs
of his public be met satisfactorily.
You're going to know Stone & Webster
when you leave college. You'll find an or-
ganization of men with sound judgment:
and upon whom you can depend. You'll
find the Stone &,Webster organization is
worth knowing and worth doing business
with.

Althoug theee will be notning in
the banking headquarters which
will not be fully explaiped to thoseLocal Theat P0e
in attendance. at the reception by, iTalkeMo vre" System
the members of the board of direc -__
tors and the personnel of the or- J According to announcement by:
ganization, the First National Bank Richard Watson, manager, thes
will not be open for business until Wuerth theater will install Vita-
Saturday, Feb. 28, when substntial phone and Movietone systems. The f
souvenirs will be presented to all first talking pictifres will be shown
those who open new savings ac- I there on March 24, according to
counts. present plans.
The new First National Bank It was stated that the Butterfield
building is an example of, the type circuit management will make the
of bank 'building ,which gives a Wuerth theater one of the best!
massive, monumental appearance. talking pictures theaters on its
The emphasis upon the character string, and that the best produc
of the building is expressed in the tions available in the talkie line l
design of the exterior, rather sim- will. be shon here.
ple in modified Romanesque style.
Several members of the faculty CQLUMBUS-Under Ohio State
are listed as stock-holders in the intramural boxing rules, the referee
bank. may stop the bout in the middle of
a round in case of a bad knoek
Subscribe to the Michigan Daily down, the next round commencing
$2.25 for the half year. two minutes later.

Bank on their faith in the future
of Ann Arbor and appreciate the

opportUnity of being the,

Arch'-

tects for their new building.

FRY & K ASURIN
ARCHITECTS
904 First National Bank Buil ding

STONE &

WEBSTER

N C ORPOR ATED

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WE TAKE PLEASURE
IN OFFERING OUR
CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE
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FIRST NATIONAL 1
BANK
Upon dhe completion and opening
of its handsome new home
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR TRUST COMPANY
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The First National Bank of Ann Arbor and

The National

company

of Ann Arbor

b~y th e 't Officers and Directors
ikto.;to ins-petthe i , nmw Bant-k IngCffices rd Bi :x .

Thursday

evening,

February Twenty-first

f "om seven until"'tern"'lock

and

on Saturday,

February

Twenty-third

nineteen hundred twenty-nine
during banking hours

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