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Y, JANUARY 26, 1912.

'AN CLUB PLANS
NY ENTERTAINMENTS

NEW COT
DE
Changes in
istry i

ven next Sunday at
a St. Andrew's church
es will deal with th

Torces- A series of entertainments has been
30ston, planned by the Cosmopolitan club for
ires in the second semester. The principal
event is a .'National Night" in which
series all the representative nationalities of
10:30 the organization will take a part. Spe-
. The cial features peculiar to different rac-
e sub- es and nations will be staged, and act-
ed by native students. Other interest-
ughou; ing activities in the nature of illus-
aectioni trated lectures, and musical programs
t" of have been provided for. No date has
mes to been set for any of the events, but def-
of the inite announcements will be made in
udents' a few weeks.

nuel

to

Ralph

in New York.
conceded to be the
the United States

Up

I In

a result c
ng forward

the recent agita
:o the establishn
aary, several can
e signified' their
ig the project

is 0

or means of an organized c
Board of Directors of
Union will consider ti
of such an action at the
0 and several other univE
ry have made known their
'Is :he movement by indi.:

.e tc

0r

out. In order to be eligible,
s must elect English 101, a one
urse in dramatic technic. " hose
this course must hanrl their
o Dean Jordan or Pro'. Strauss
or classical dramas are quite
n at other universities. Leland
d, the Univer.ity of Washiu-
Harvard have presented suchf
vhich have met with inuch suc-

Sul

ION.

Some valuable data concerning the will pass througt
manner in which illness among stu- being taken out of
dents is cared for at other universi-
ties, was made public yesterday by Seniors Receiving
2rof. M. P. Tilley, of the English de- The seniors of
Fartment. Prof. Tilley' collected the been receiving a
information in detail some time ago, Harvard regardin
reports having been received fromschoo t is note
nearly every large university in theo is part of a larger
tountry. A striking feature revealed local post-office a
,y the statements on file is that prac- there have been
tically every American college, of anyC the bulletins arri
:;_nsiderable size, makes some pro. is- from Cambridge tb
ion for the medical treatment of stu- EXAMS ONLY CA
dents, other than that meted out in POPULAR
.finical hospitals.
Following is the substance of the The continued
data received from a number of rep. brought out the 'cot
resentative schools: bers. .On every s
Harvard-An endowed infirmary l authorities have
maintained,. compulsory annual fees popular winter spo
from students also being required. many every day a
About 500 bed patients are cared for the air" and onl
annually. exams will cause
Princeton-This institution conducts any among the ,
an infirmary with an annex for con- The small boys an
tagious diseases. There is no univer- er, make up for tl
sity physician and every patient iE that are compelled
allowed to choose his own medical at- On account of t
tendant. dents that resulte
Yale-A $100,000 infirmary is main- coasting the city

to Daily's Use of Spelling
ginated by Andrew
Carnegie.

es no responsibility
expressed in com.

To the Editor of The Daily:-
Will you allow me space in which to
$. protest emphatically against the Dai-
ly's adopting the mode of spelling il-
is lustrated in your recent editorial?
o- This system, as is well known, wVs the
a- invention of Andrew Carnegie, the plu-
s, tocrat. The money by which it is
g. being propagated was wrung from the
ry heart's blood of toiling millions. If
as the Daily makes any further use of
te this tainted spelling, I shall cancel my
subscription.
p (signed) SOCIALIST.
at

tnd
s a
of
his

Prescott 'lukb to Dance Tonight.
A large turnou' is expect^,I at tht;
dance of the Prescort club to be given
8:30 this evening. Dean and Mrs. J.
0. Schlotterbeck will act as chaper
ones and Fischer's orchestra will fur-
nish the music.

tained, this hospital being open to both
faculty members and students. Pa-
tients are cared for at the rate of $1
per day. No regular college doctor is
employed.
Chicago-Endowed beds in a city
hospital are open to student patients
Women- are cared for iU a special in-
firmary.
Pennsylvania-A ward is conducted
in the hospital with beds for ten stu-
dents. A charge of $1.00 per day it
made for infirmary attendance, exclu-
sive of physician's fees.
Illinois-A students' hospital asso-
ciation pays for the care of sick stu
dents, who are members, in the city
hospital. An assessment of fifty cents
a semester entitles any student tc
membership in the association.
Thirty-seven men are working on
Wisconsin's winter football squad.

ulating the pastime this yea
there have not been any
reported at any of the hospi
city physicians.
Shakespeare Students Pe
Professor Trueblood's c
Shakespearean Reading gave
of Shakespeare's "Merchani
ice" last evening in Saral
Angell hall. The manner c
tation surpassed that of
years and the talent show:
closely on the professional,
Prof. Trueblood stated that
had a class that evinced
matic powers as his class
A journalists club has be(
at the University of Iowa m
cers are managing editor,
managing editor, copy rea
ness manager, and "devil."

tale

ase Regents Hold Meeting Today.
vill At the January meting of the Re-
gents this morning, the plans of the
faculty committee on the university
ion Jubilee will be presented. The ques-
taff tion of a blanket tax for university
athletics may also be considered.

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