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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BATH SUGGESTIONS
t I to be a Christian ?" will be
ect of the union service at the
Prian church this eveningat
clock. The speaker for the
is the Rev. Jos. A. Vance, of
t Presbyterian church o( De-
iich has the largest congr-ga-
hat denomination in MichilAn.
ilon services will be held in
ning, with a short a:6ress by
or, the Rev. L. A. Barret'.
Theodore Soares, of tT-ie Dvin-
ol of the University of Chicago,
each at the Corgregation it
his morning.
ev. Henry Tatlock will deliver
on at St. Andrew's Episcopal
this morning on "Woman Suf-
Bible classes for student men
nen will be held at noon.
'llowship Service" will be Ield
'ning at the Baptist cnurcE, the
ank Bachelor speaking or. "The
ovenant," and the Rev. N. C.
Jr., on "The New C venant."
er was ordained into th i ap.-

tist ministry Friday evening, at which
ceremony Dr. T. W. Young of Detroit,
a former pastor of the chuich well
remembered here, preached tl.'e or-
daination sermon.
Dr. N. C. Fetter, Sr., of Saginaw,
will address the Guild Class t noom,
and at 6:30 o'clock in the evenir'Dlr.
Dean B. Smith of the univ rsity will
talk to the Young People's Unio on
"The Re ation of Gooc Health to Mor-
als and Religion."
"Some Religious Certamtin.s' 'viil be
the Rev. A. W. Stalker's ubjec' for
this morning, and in the evenir- the
sermon will be on "The fnevitabh
ness of Christianity." lBble classe :
for university men and women will le
cnductoed at noon by th- Rev. and
Mrs. Stalker. Services at the First
Me Fthodist church.
At the Church of Christ this morn-
ing, the Rev. George Knepper will
conduct the services as usual, his sub-
ject being: "Character and Culture."

MACHINE IS INVENTED
TO TEST THE MEMORY.
(Continued from Page 3)
instant. The operator repeats -the
syllable and the one that should fol-
low, thus making a complete word.
These words are usually manufac-
tured, and have no real meaning as a
cpmmon word would fail to test the
operator.
One of the least known functions of
the machine is experimentation with
colors. A series of tests will be in-
augurated to determine the, ability of
the machine in this field of research,
and as soon as the possibilities of the
contrivance is known, explorations
will be made in other fields of psych-
ological research.

University Y. M. C. A.
at Newberry hall this
informal discussion. A
social hour will follow.

workers meet
afternoon for
luncheon and

1 BeD e
4 eDelighted
>ment you put on a Spirella Corset, as it is the
rset which reflects every detail of style correct-
he flexibility and ease so much desired. The,
QLA STAY, which .bends backward, forward
ewise, or twists with equal ease, allows the most
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E TO THE WEARERS MEASURE. A trial

MANY NEY BOOKS ARE
WRITTEN BY ALUMNI .
(Continued from Page 3)
discussion of the progress of the Eliza-
bethan comedy appears as an intro-'
ductory essay.
"Peter Ramus and the Educational
Reformation of the Sixteenth Century"
is the title of a book recently written
by Frank P. Graves, '93, '95 L, profes-
sor of the history of education at
Ohio State University. This is a pro-
fessional biography of the great re-
former, Ramus, and a review of his
contributions to education.
The University of Chicago Press has
recently issued a volume by Andrew
C. McLaughlin, called "The Courts,
the Constitution, and the Parties." It
is already regarded as a helpful con-
tribution to the literature of thjis sub-
ject.
Robert McMurdy, '80, one of the
founders of The Alumnus, has just
published a novel called "The Upas
Tree;" and Robert H. Whitten, '96,
has issued through the Banks Law
Publishing Co., of New York, a book
on the "Valuation of Public Service
Corporations."

rude L Rudd,
wilding. Cor,State ud Li erty
Up Stairs. Rooa £I

Phone 593-L

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SCHOLARSHIPOFFERED WOMEN
Michigan Placed on List of Institu-
tions Whose Students May
Receive Aid.
A growing appreciation of the Amer-
ican women who are willing to sup-
port themselves through college is
clearly demonstrated in a communi-
cation received by President Harry B.
Hutchins recently, from the Associated
College Women Workers of Chicago.
The organization, which was formed
four years ago, is financed by three
wealthy Chicagoans. This year it has
granted twenty scholarships to girls
in various institutions, and is now
seeking to raise $60,000 by January 1,
1913, for the purpose of aiding at least
200 women in various colleges.
Michigan has been placed on the
list of colleges that may have the bene-
fit of the scholarships, and President
Hutchins has been offered a place on
the advisory board of the association.
The award of these scholarships will
be made one month after the close of
the present school year .and will be
based on the average standig of the
competitors. The only stipulation is
that recipients shall submit a monthly
data of their expenses..
The purpose of the association is
four-fold: first, to ascertain the num-
ber of women working their way
through college; second, to find out
the various ways in which they earn
their expenses; third, to get an idea
of the average scholarship standing,
and fourth, to ascertain the average
amount of their expenses. Just wheth-
er these scholarships are granted in
return for certain service done is not
clearly stated. Dean Jordan has writ-
ten for further information on the
subject.
"This is the first time that the wom-
en of the University of Michigan have
been offered any spontaneous outside
help," said the dean of women. "Hith-
erto all aid has been solicited from
alumnae or people whom alumnae
have interested. It would certainly be
a splendid thing, if this association,
organized on strong business prin-
ciples, is able to make its influence
felt nationally"
PRES BUITIEAU VURNISIS
MICHIGAN ATHLdPTI1 NEWS.
Offices ]Equipped to Disseminate Dope
on Daily Develbpinent of
Yost's Machine.
With Michigan's steady advance in
prestige in the football world, the
doings of her warriors are of more
and more interest to the football en-
thusiasts of the country. As a con-
sequence, much more space is being
devoted by the press to the antics of
the Wolverines this fall than ever be-
fore.
A small group of men handle this
work for the different papers of the
country, and to facilitate their labors
they have fitted up comfortable quar-
ters at the new Press Bureau in the
Malcolm block.
From that busy little room the
daily development of Yost's machine
is telegraphed each night as far as
New York, Boston, and Philadelphia,
in the east; and Chicago, Minneapolis,
and St. Paul, in the west. The Detroit
and state papers are also taken care
of in the same worksnop.
H. H. Johnson, Frank Shaw, Loren
Robinson, W. D. Bryant, Gordon Eld-
redge, and F. M. Church are the men
engaged in handling the Michigan
sporting news this year. All but Mr.
Johnson, of the Ann Arbor Times
News, are students.
CORDA lFRATRES WILL SMOKE
AT UNION TOMORROW NIGHT.

The committee having in charge the
proposed schedule or entertainments
planned by the Corda Fratres Cosmo-
politan club for the winter is making
final arrangements for the first of the
events, which occurs on November 4
This will be a smoker at the Michigan
Union, in conjunction with which
there will be held an entertainment
staged by Japanese students.
Students Announce Engagement.
The engagement of Elizabeth Ware,
'13, and Leonard Waterman, '10, '13 M,
has been announced. Miffs Ware is a
graduate of the University School of
Music and a member of the Collegiate
Sorosis. Mr. Waterman is a member
of the. Sigma Nu.
May open Chem. Library Evenings.
Petition has been made to Librarian
T. W. Koch requesting that the chemi-
cal library be opened evenings. As
yet no action has been 'taken but it
is expected that the request will be
acted upon favorably.

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Why not board at a real Boarding
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Meals like those at home.
Come to 100, N. University and be
convinced.
HOME COOKING
For small tables and good srvice go
to (REEN'S BOARDING HOUSE
Phone 991-J.
MR. PROFESSIONAL MAN.
There are over 5,000 students in
Ann Arbor who read the Michigan
1)aily regularly. They want to know
the reliable professional man. Call
number 960, and arrange for space in
the BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

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