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Following the lecture of Dr. Wil-
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NEW DANCE SCHEDE
ANNOUNCED By UNION

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ous historians are scheduled to ap-
pear at the University this month.
Prof. Arthur Percival Newton will
lecture Jan. 21 on the "British Em-
pire," and Dean Charles Haskins Jan.
27 on "The.Peace Conference.",
Professor Newton, professor of im-
perial history in the, University of
London, is making a tour of this coun-
try and recently read a paper on they
"British Crown Colonies" at the an-
nual meeting of the American His-
torical association at Cleveland. Pro-
fessor Newton is interested in bring-
ing about closer co-operation between
British and American universities, es-
pecially in historical studies and the
exchange of students and professors.
Charles Haskins, dean of the Har-
vard Graduate school and professor
of history in that university, had,
charge of the group of experts who
provided information for the United
States government in adjusting the
Alsace-Lorraine question at the Peace
'conference.'
For some years Dean Haskins was
secretary of the American Historical
association council ands recognized as
one of the authorities in medieval in-
stitutions. He was the recipient of a
grant from the Carnegie institution
for the purpose of investigating the
old Norman Juries.
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GENERAL MEMBERSHIP DANCES
WILL BE GIVEN DURING
VACATIONS
Only eight general membership
dances will be held at the Union dur-
ing the remainder of the year, and
just one comes during a regular ses-
sion of the University, the remainder
being during 'examination period or
spring vacation, according to the
schedule announced by the Union.
The rest of the dances will be given
over to departments and classes. Each
class or department will have four
dances. The schedule was effective
this week-end when the senior lits and
engineers had Friday night and the
Medics Saturday night.
Any Member Can Secure Tickets Later
Tickets for the Friday evening
dance go on sale at 5 o'clock Wed-
nesday, and for the Saturday night
dance at 5 o'clock Thursday. At 1
o'clock on the following day, any
Union member Is entitled to secure
tickets, if they all have not been dis-
posed of. The new schedule is,
Junior lits and junior engineers,
Friday, Jan. 28; dents, pharmics, and
homoeops, Saturday, Jan. 24; sopho-
more lits and engineers, Friday, Jan.
30; law school, Saturday, Jan. 31; gen-
eral membership dances on Friday and
Saturday, Feb. 6 and 7; open date,
Friday, Feb. 13; general membership,
Saturday, Feb. 14.
Freshman lits, Friday, Feb. 20;
architects and graduates, Saturday,
Feb. 21; freshman engineers, Friday,
Feb. 27; medics, .Saturday, Feb. 28;
senior lits and engineers, Friday,
March 5; all laws, Saturday, 'March
6; junior lits and junior engineers,
Friday, March 12; dents, pharmics,
and homeops, Saturday, March 13
sophomore lits and sophomore engi-
neers, Friday, March 19; architects
and graduates, Saturday, March 20;
freshman lits, Friday, March 26; fresh-
man engineers, Saturday, March 27;
general membership, Friday, April 2.
All laws, Saturday, April 3; gen-
eral membership vacation dances,
Friday and Saturday, April 9 and 10,
and Friday and Saturday, April 16
and 17; senior lits and senior engi-
neers, Friday, April,23; all' medics,
Saturday, April 24; Junior lits and
engineers, Friday, April 30; dents,
pharmics and homoeops, Saturday,
May 1;.sophomore lits and sophomore
engineers, Friday, May 7; architects
and grads, Saturday, May 8; freshman
lits, Friday, May 14; freshman engi-
neers, Saturday, May 15; senior lits
and engineers, Friday, May 21; all
medies, Saturday, May 22; junior lits
and en'gineers, dents, pharnaics, and
homoeops, Saturday, May 29; sopho-
more lits and engineers, Friday, June
4; architects and grads, Saturday,
June 5; fresh lits, Friday, June' 11;
freshman engineers, Saturday, June
12; general membership dances on
Friday and Saturday, June 18 and 19.
BUILDING'OF HELTH
SRVIE TO BE ENLARGED
BETSY BARBOUR DORM WILL BE
COMPLETED BY
FALL
Enlargements on the building occu-
pied by the University Health service
will be begun by the buildings and
grounds department of the Univer-.
sity soon.
Owing to the limited space of the
present quarters it has been found
necessary to build an addition to the
north side of the building whih will
be 12 by 335 feet,, one story high. The

waiting room will be enlarged' by
tearing out one of the partitions be-
tween a room now used for consulta-
tion and the present waiting room.
Seats will be placed here for the ac-
commodation of the waiting parties.
The addition will contain two pri-
vate examination rooms and one dark
room, according to Mr. 'R C. Par-.
don, superintendent of buildings and
grounds.
1,000 Lockers Ordered
The buildings and grounds depart-
ment has had 1,000 lockers for use in
In Waterman gymnasium ordered for
some time, and the first shipment is
expected to arrive the first week in
February, when work will be begun
immediately on their installation.
The west end of the basement of
Waterman gymnasium is being plas-
tered and a cement .flooring is being
laid for the lockers. This room was
originally intended for a swimming
pool.
Contracts to Be Let
Speaking of the progress of the con-
struction work on the new Betsy.Bar-
bour dormitory, Mr. Pardon said,

"Contracts for the work on the inte- the opening of 'school next
rior will be let as soon as satisfactory ber, the time set by Mr. Barb
bids are received and arrangements donor of the fund for the I
can be made as to the details. If no
satisfactory bids are offered, the Stockyards Does Heavy Bu
buildings and grounds department Chicago, Jan. 17.-More tha
may complete the work under its own 000 cattle, 8,000,000 hogs and
supervision. The 'department has 000 sheep were received in
done all the construction work to date the Union stockyards here.
either with men in its employ or by cial figures are: Cattle 3
hiring the painting and. similar parts calves 751,008; hogs 8,672,476
done." 5,243,957; and horses 45,762, i
Mr. Pardon said that the building Loaded stock cars received ni
would probably be completed before 303945 for the year.

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FINALLY WON OUT-LOVE OR FAME?
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