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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913.
Night Editor-Leo N. Burnett.
Meeting of the Cub's club at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in the editorial
Human nature is diversified. It de-
mands a change. And most suscepti-
ble to this desire for something new
are the social pleasures and amuse-
Like it or not, the tango and the
one-step are here to stay. Whether in-
troduced by the professional dancing
teacher or the college student on his
vacation home, they have swept the
country like wildfire. Blind obstinacy
to the merits of the steps will accom-
B.ut human nature is reasonable.
Any attempt at reform, save abolition,
will be tolerated, and perhaps be co-
operated with. If such a reform is de-
sirable, regulation, not destruction,
will be found the way out.t
The cry of the times is for the all-
around man, the man who is consist-
ently versatile, the ambidextrous man.
The campus society cares not for
the man who is able to compel recogni-
tion by physical or mental prowess
alone; but rather the man who is a
good "fellow," and physically or men-
tally powerful, at the same time. The
class society cares not for the man,
who is prominent, because of his ex-
ecutive ability alone; but rather for
his organizing powers, coupled with
his ability to make friends, and keep
them. The drinking society cares not
for the man who is best equipped to
handle liquor alone; but the man who
can handle a goodly amount of spir-
its, without serious embarassment, and
at the same time remain a popular
personage with his classmates.
And so it goes on and on, without
end, from the lowliest to the highest,
from the serious to the less serious.
There are some legitimate objections
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(Edited by Stylus.)
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Miss Helen Bennett, manager of the
Chicago collegiate bureau of occupa-
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day to speak to university women at
Newberry hall. Miss Bennett is wide-
ly known in college circles all over
the country, and her present work, that
of opening a way for college women
into vocations other than teaching, is
a great and important one. No uni-
versity woman can afford to lose the
opportunity of hearing Miss Bennett
A round table meeting will be held
next Monday morning in Newberry
hall, for women who wish to talk with
Miss Bennett about possible vocations.
The Japanese bazaar, given by the
Y. W. C. A. in Newberry hall, will be-
gin this afternoon and continue
throughout Thursday and Friday. This
is a spelnded opportunity to purchase
attractive articles suitable for Christ-
mas gifts. Home-made candy and
baking will also be on sale.
Dr. Elsie Pratt has returned fromf
her eastern trip, and is again holding
her regular consultation hours, 1:30
to 3:00 o'clock daily, at the dispensa-
There will be an important meeting
of the Girls' Glee club at 5:00 o'clock
this afternoon in Sarah Caswell An-
Mrs. F. N. Taylor, 527 Church street,
and Mrs. R. M. Wenley, 509 Madison
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Prof. Levi Speaks on French Series
Prof. Moritz Levi spoke in French
on "Le Theatre de Maurice Maeter-
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terday afternoon. "Un Voyage aux In-
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on the course, and will be delivered
Mr. P. F. Bursley, instructor
French, January 13.
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