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for money and "S" grades during the fall term.
ng at the In the university grading system "H"
the state if stands for honor, the highest possi-
s vacation. ble grade, and "S" for superior, only
subscribed. slightly lower in the scale. Thirty
contribution of the students were men and 26
anonymous women. The girls, however, have a
better average in scholarship than the
men.
m have reg-
e in agricul- Illinois-A movement is being start-
nester at the ed at the University of Illinois. to
y 300 rooms unite all Republican clubs into a fra-
Y. M. C. A. ternity., The adoption of a eonstitu-

g a special appeal
he twin cities that
i care of. If rooms
i a house to house
will be undertaken,

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n to students
;he Armory,
.nces at the
y and Satur-
is week.

tion was necessary to national affilia-
tion. Two hundred and seventy-five{
members of the university Republican
club were present at the first meet-
ing.
Oregon-The Girls' Glee club at the
University of Oregon will make a tour
of the towns in the southern part of;
the state during spring vacation. In
addition to these longer trips. the club1
will take several week end trips to.
near-by towns.
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Girls desiring tickets for the Fresh-
man dance which is to be held Jan.
24 in Barbour gymnasium can find'
them on sale at Dean Jordan's of-
fice.
Positions in clerical work, house-
work and the care of children are openj
to girls desiring to earn part of their
living while attending the University.
Application should ,e made at the
office of Dean Jordan.
All those taking required gymnasium
work should sign up immediately on
the bulletin board in the dressing
root for posture examinations which
will begin Tuesday, Jan. 27. No cred-
it will be given unless posture exam-
ination is taken.
EX-STUDENT TO
TALK ON RUSSIA
Harriet Beard, '98, who has just re-
turnaed from Zechosloyaki, a Russian
province, will speak at the Women's
league party at 4 6'clock Friday aft-
ernoon. She will tell about her ex-
periences there and something about
the Russian situation. Since her grad-
uation here she *ias been abroad most

of the time, doing extensive work on
Red Cross commissions in Mtaly,
France, and Zechoslovaki.
All the women who are interested in
hearing Miss Beard are asked to come
to Barbour gymnasiuia this afternoon.
Phil Diamond's orchestra will play,
and tea will be served in the parlors.
Rumor A bout New
Dorm Unfounded
A groundless rumor has been circu-
lated recently to the effect that the
Betsy Barbour dormitpry would be re-
served exclusively for foreign women
attending the University. As there are
less than 20 now , enrolled it is evi-
dent thatthis poli'y would be absurd.
A small 'number of oriental women
will be admitted. At least 30 freshmen
will be included in the 79 that the
dormitory will accommodate, the re-
Maining number being apportioned
among the other casses.
Of all the dormitories so far con-
structed, the lower floor of Betsy Bar-
bour seems the most satisfactory. A
large sun parlor facing State street
extends across the entire width of the
house: Back of this is a spacious par-
lor 48x22 feet, with a smaller parlor
16x22 opening from that. The remain-
ing part of the right side of the first
floor willbe 'used for the dining room,
and serving room. The business man-
ager's office will be in the rear. To
the left of the hall that divides the
building will be the social director's
office and rooms for the girls.

)I UST FIND ROOMS
FOR NEWSTJJDENTSl
Thirty applications from women to
enter the second semester have been
received to date. Most of these are
perclass girls, including a number
Some app'rehenision is felt about se-
frirng housing accommodations for
these newcomers. Only eight vacancies
have been reported from girls grad-
uating or withdrawing.
Dean Jordan is urging all the dorm-
itories, sororities and league houses to
report vacancies to her at once, and
to try to make room for as many as
possible. Anyone having rooms that
heretofore have not been rented, which
will be available, are requested to r0-
port them to the Dean's office.
ATU NA SOCIETY CRITICIZES
~NEW BOOKS AND AUTHORS

To Race in Aerop.1wls in Spring
Columbia. harvard and Yale willj
take part in a three-cornered airplane
e ;r next spring.

ger, 3 and that of Lor
by Doris Gracey, '21,

Books and authors were presented
Tuesday night in the program of Ath-
ne Literary society. Ellen Lardner,
'20, reviewed and criticized Fratics
Sentor's book, "The Influence of
Newspapers on Crime." Adele Tap-
pan, '21, told the plot of "The Four
Horsemen of the Apocalypse," by
Belasco Ibanez. "The Hagitited Book-
shop," by Christopher Morley, was
given by Margaret Stone, '22.
Lela Stephens, '20, said the purpose
of Alfred Noyes, the poet, is to bring
back childhood. She reqommended
"The Flower of Old Japan" as a rep.
resentative poem. The biography o

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WANTED--Young man desires yingh-
room, private family, near the cam-
pus. Possession after February 7.
Box B. D., Daily.
WANTED--A few ladies for figuring,
a few hours each day. Apply at of-
fice, rear of second floor, Mack &
Co.
WANTED- Stenographer wanted for
part time. Should be abld to put in
about ten hours a week. W. L. Bad-
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WANTED-Young ma room mate at
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WANTED-Three more boys to eat
ose-leaf note book contain-j home cooked meals at 514 E. Jef-
ester s notes. Name on cdv- fersoi. Rate $7.00 per week.
se phone H. N. Walker, 1016. FOR RENT
ather note book in Engineer- FOR RENT-Large steam heated room
ding or between there and on first floor. One block from Cam-
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office.
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