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.

June 26, 1925 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1925-06-26

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

Tl-

SUMMER MICHIGL

J DAILY

.i.

..

DAILY OFFICIAL
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925 Number 187
Smoking In University Buildings:
The following rule expressly adopted by the Regents applies to all
University buildings including the Hospital.
Smoking except in private offices, private laboratories or authorized
smoking rooms is expressly prohibited.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.,.
Summer Session Reception:
A general reception to the students of the Summer Session will be hela
Tuesday,_June 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. in Alumni Memorial Hall.
E. H. Kraus..
Students, College of Engineering:
There will be an 'Assembly on Friday, June 26, at 11 a.m., in Room 348,
for all students in the summer session of the College of Engineering.
Louis A. Hopkins Secretary.
Seniors, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
All Seniors who expect to graduate after the summer session should
call at the Secretary's Office, Room 263 West Engineering Building, and
check their requirements with Mrs. Green.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
School of Education:
The faculty and studentst of the School of Education will hold an in-
formal "get-acquainted mixer" in the University High School Gymnasium
Friday evening, June 26th, from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. All'students taking
courses in Education are invited, also the wives and husbands of married
students.
.Clifford Wod Chairman of Committee

News From 0

scholarship has been much beater
than the average. Snyder is also a
j World war veteran and was disabied
ther Colleges while i nthe service. Despite hs dis-
abi!ility, he has developed into one ofI
thebest hurdlers in the world, and
with Phin Gurthie has been starrig
of the best rounded graduates Ohio in the track meets of the nation year.
State has ever produced as Piresident-

FN and the foundation of a
in the university, it is a
n ad c by the undergradu
selves. This initial conti
cents the entire year's sti
the Law club's dues. Ea
surplus from the Law c
ities will be added to the
known as the Princeton

Bloomington, Ind.= Of 16 campus
men's organizations questioned as to
changes they would find necessary in
preparing for a house mother next
fall, only one reported that the change
would cause absolutely no inconven-
ience. Rebuilding, refurnishing, and
remodeling will be necessary in at
least 12 of the organization houses in
order to provide quarters for a "chap-
eron."
Bloomington, Ind. - Six days of
registration resulted in a total count
of 1,451 students, 74 below the total
number at the end o the sixth day in
1924. Light registration during the
last three days indicates that the total
figure will rise but little more.} The
drop to below last year's figures was
expected by the officials. Among the#
total number of registrants, 694 ere
men and 757 were wormen. Only 240
of this number are matriculants. Pro-
spective school teachers numbered
1,017.

I

Thompson said of Snyder in his pre- Princeton, N. J. - Announcenent Law club fund. It will bi
sentation talk in the Coliseum where was recently made of the establtsh- rust in behalf of the Law
the Commencement exercises were Iment of a fund by the University Law board of trusties
held last Tuesday. Snyder was cap- club to be used for some p rpose con---
tain of the Varsity track team this : nected with a law school should such The enrollment for the
year and last; lie also played on the a -chool be started in Princeton. Com- session at Indiana universi
football team two years ago. -H-s ing as the first definite step taken t&- 1,472 Monday.

BOOKS....

ew andSecond-Hand Text Boo
A coplAeteline of school suppli

WAHR'S

UNIVERSI']
BOOKSTOI

Columbus, 0.-The Western Confer-
ence Athletic Scholarship Medal was
awarded to Lawrence N. Snyder, one

p

Read1

"' . ". . . '. °, ". . ',.fry../"",in°. 'i..f",iy. +" .f"".1w . ° "..r _ '

Excursions:
Excursion Number 2 will include
Detroit, luncheon at the General Moto
Detroit Public Library. The party wil
and State Streets. Total expenses, inclu
names in the Summer Session box, Roo:
m. to insure adequate transportation.
Carlto
Student Ma:
Letters addressed to the following
at the Office of the Summer Session,F
Mr. Norman Cameron, Mr. N. L. Ch
Miss Helen Dumond, Mr. and Mrs. Do
Hennell, Mr. Lloyd Henry, Mr. J. Lind
Mills, Professor D. C. Shilling, Miss1
lMr. William -Slack, Mr. Leeman Snod
J. B. Whitener Mrs. Gail Henry Wilcox
ALL A"BRADES GIN
TS SIXTEEN NGINEERS
The following 16 students of thel
Colleges of Engineering and Archi-,
tecture received all "A'- grades for
the past semester:!
Michael Auer, '28A R. H. Beeder,
'27E, J. L. Buell, '27E, C. E. Center,
'26E, James DeKiep, '27E, J. E. Din-
widdie, '25A, C. C. Driscoll, '25E, C.
E. A. Ebendick, '28E, R. O. Earl, '27E,
H. W. Hinckley, '26E, C. L. Hulswitt,
'25E, Herbert Kuenzel '27E, R. W.

the Ford Plant at Highland Park,
rs Building Cafeteria, and the New
1 meet at 8 a.m., corner of Packard
iding luncheon, not over $2.75. Leave
mm 8, University Hall, by Friday, 6 p.
on Wells, Director of Excursions.
persons may be obtained by calling
Room 8 University Hall:
ang, Mr. Josh. C. Cody, Miss 0. Dau,
nald Falconer, Mr. C. H Folz, Mr L.
er, Dr. C. S. Malcomson, Mr. Kepler
Hide Shiyohera, Mr. A. E. Shively,
grass, Miss Isabel Waterworth, Mr.
Miller, '27E, W. J. Pock, '27E, H. R.
Stevenson, '27E, L. C. Verman, '27E.
Center, Ebendick, Hinckley, Huls-
witt, Pock, and Verman made an all
"A" record for the first semester also.
Tokio, June 25.-The government
has granted a subsidy of about $250,-
000 to a school which will train Boy
Scout leaders.
Nearly 1,000,000 pounds of reindeer
meat now are being shipped to the'
United States each year.
Read the Want AdA
Privatei
Parties
Served
ED TAVERN
Huron St.
ns Phone 7781

You will find a cool quiet E
Room and the best of Fo
TUTT IL E

the Want Ads
)ining
od at
i 7813
- I
Fa a..A

itikil

/i

I ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE

2:00-3:30
It Abounds

NOW SHOWING
in Romance,
Comedy
and 0
Suspense

i:309:0

i#IA ... A

338 Maynard Street

Dia

Mat.
35c
Eve.
85c
50c
Children
lOc

7

~"1. /l./asmr*%./,dhI./":/1././.4"1l./; " /'/J"Jd.0" h. . . . s°1. ' f' . 1~,A

THE

COOL

7:30-9:00 NOW SHOWING

2.00-3.30

Two Ann Arbor Favorites
That Promise You
Great Entertainment
VIOLA DANA
atid BEN LYONS in
EnVIL
And Big Cast

{ -._,
r ' ,
' 'tt ' .
i i y, _\ 7
y . 9
( )
1
'("
L.. _. )/
{(

.
tl
._
'!

Coming Sunday
CORINNE GRIFFITH in "DECLASS

Featuring
ION CHANEY
as Dr. Ziska
iedy News Concert

Organist

i

at alltms
/4 )f

, .

1' ''
~

--n

We Do Not
Serve
On Monday

THE HAUNT
417 East,
For Reservatio

-KEITH HEADINER-
-KEITH HEADLINER-
VERA KERINSKA and
EDWARD GEZART
Assisted by DAN SLAVIN
in "DANCES DE' ART

Also
Christie
Comedy
"SIT TIGHT"
KINOGRAMS
ORCHESTRA

1

After eatin or smokin
Wri +ey's reshens the
muth and swmtens the breath

I

Y

. , "-r"

:Sunday-"ANY.WOMAN," featuring Alice Terry

0.010,/

ifi

r./J111.ill./l.~~Y1,I"~"l~."...,r ".1~J1.Y, "".d" 0.1../"J'.i"' "'.r . ..

y

I

lI

11

. i

Toot Your Own
Horn!

- YEWRITER -

So easy to carry the little
packet in your pocket!I So
important to have when the
mouth needs cleansing and
freshening
Odors of dining or smoking
quickly disappear'teeth are
brightly burnished, Smiles
eust naturally come because
nerves are soothed, throat is
refreshed,the stomach relieved
and digestion aided.F

I

But be sure that it is a
Conn. The splendid tone
of the Conn horns has done
much in the past years in
making Conn friends. The
high sound quality is just
one feature, for every Conn
horn is an instrument ofr
beauty. It is no wonder that
these instruments are the,
favorites of the great mas-
ters.
Sheet Music
Orchestrations and .sAccessories
Records
Conn Music Shop
14 Nickels Arcade

Best
L. C.

quality guaranteed factory rebuilt Underwood,
Smith, Royal and others at a saving of one-third
to one-half of new machine prices.
Second-hand- large machines and portable
typewriters at - - - $25.00 up

. dfer 0 e;er el

Renting and Repairing a Specialty

Adding Machines
Sold and Rented

WrIlteys to m
thanasweet-1
positive bete
1any doctor
dentists rec,
mend X,

COnoNA
The Personal Writing Machine

I

Novelties!
Stationery
Typewriters
Fountain Pens
Greeting Cards

SD. MORRILL

Printing
Engraving
Embossing
Typewri gig
Mimeographing

F9

GLEI

C

17 Nickels Arcade

The Typewriter and Stationery Store

I

&~neWrley

AM

I

1 '.1,

"""WAR"

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan