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Other Colleges

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Indiana-There are nine contest-
ants at Indiana university this year
for the annual Bryan prize. The sub-
ject for discussion is, "The Solution
of the American Railroad Problem."
Each year the subject is on some
phase of the principles underlying our
form of government. The prize was
established in 1898 by Hon. William
Jennings Bryan and consists of the
interest on the sum of $250. The con-
test is open to all undergraduate stu-
dents.
At a recent mixer held at Indiana
university a girls' orchestra furnished
the music.y
Illinois--The senior class at the
University of Illinois is to present the
University with a memorial of
chimes. Those seniors who graduate
this semester will be canvassed first.
An amount of $2,000 must be raised.

THE ARCADE
Beautiful scenic effects are fre-
quent in "Out Yonder," starring Olive
Thomas again today at the Arcade.
Interest is centered, however, on the
fortunes of "Flotsam," a little -ra-
ged ocean waif who loves and wins a
man belonging to an entirely different
social plane.

or of adopting some form of honor
system for all departments. Over 3,000
assembled. at a mass meeting to hear,
the, discussion of the subject. Only,
100 voted against it. A committee was
appointed t6 draw up a code which
will be presented for a final vote
later.

Elect Officers of Martha Cook Ann
Residents of Martha Cook build
elected the editor and business ma
ger of the Martha Cook annual
their Wednesday night house meeti
The officers chosen are Elizab
Oates, '20, and Helen McDougal,
Members of the two staffs will be
pointedin the near future.
Patronise our advortieom.

Boston-A new plan is being con-
templated at Boston college whereby
all gate receipts and other' athletic
taxes will be forever abolished for
students.. The trustees of the institu-
tion and the faculty are considering
the question. They propose that all
expenses concerned with athletics be
borne by the college itself.
Princeton-In the vacation follow-
ing the mid-year examination the
Triangle, club will make another trip
to Washington, New York and Mont-
clair. Probably other cities will-bel

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1LORJA SWANSONand THOS.MEIGHAN ,
Cecil 8.DeM ile's'Male and Female'
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"WALE AND FEMALE"WILL BE S HOWN FOR FOUR DAYS .BEGIN-
NING TOMORROW AT THE MA JESTIC THEATER.

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Since it is true that there is not now, never has' been, and
probably never will be another person in the world exact-
ly like you, if you fail to express your "personality" it's
not for lack of suitable equipment, but because of un-
willingness or inability to make use of it. : * Tomorrow
morning, at the Congregational Church, Lloyd C. Doug-
las will deliver the second sermon-lecture of the series on
Personality." *':* *This "Second Phase" of the subject
will treat of the practical principles of "personality expres-
sion"-and will be of special interest to university stu-
dents. If you have no other church affiliations, con-
sider yourself cordially invited to attend this service. It
is of advantage to come early. Mr. Moore announces an

included in the trip. "Isle of Prom-'
Pennsylvania-Students at the Uni- ise"- will be presented in Washing-
versity of Pennsylvania voted in fav- ton on Feb. 12.
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11:30 a. m. to midnight
Any Lenses ,Duplicated 'Steaks and Chops 314 S. State
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attractive and inspiring musical program-chorus, quartet,
and a solo by Mr. Hamilton.

Takes More Than
Powder To Enter
Women 's Party
"I was very much amused," said
Dean Myra B. Jordan yesterday, "at
the statement in The Daily that pow-
der, wigs and feminine apparel prov-
ed effective for several male stu-
dents Saturday night when at least

The Screen

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THE MAJESTIC

Lila Lee in her latest comedy,
"Rustling a Bride," will appear again
today at the Majestic. Critics have
declared this to be one of the best of
Miss Lee's releases. As an added at-
traeto Charlie Chaplin will be shown
in "A Day's Pleasure,"
Cecil 13. DeMille's "Male and Fe-
male," with Thomas Meighan, Theo-
dore Roberts, Gloria Swanson, and'
Wesley Barry, supported by others of
ability, will begin a four days' en-
gagement at the Majestic tomorrow.

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5 Nickels Arcade
A thoroughly modern and up-to-the-minute establish
ment catering to the needs of discriminating women.
A complete stock of genuine human hair goods, ani
toilet necessities.
MANICURING FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
EXPERT MARCEL WAVING
Phone 2678 M

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these students claim they at-
the Women's league party.
such attempt has been made
903 when a college man, mas-
zg as a darky mammy, was.
red by Mrs. Angell and me
the grand march had begun.
s later suspended from the
ity for one year.
sonally identified every person
tended the fancy dress party
ar. There were no masks,
rpowdered hair, except in the
'one faculty woman who at-
in costume. In fact, there was
.mpt to disguise, but, on the
and, most of the costumes
ther clever or grotesque.
urse, such, an article is good
ing for men who wish to take
s parts in the Union opera,
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Lo foundation."

Get your Furniture and
Koch and Henne.-Adv.

Rugs at

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The Delta The Delta
ADVERTISING

Girls' Reserve club leaders are ask-
ed to take notice that the meeting to-
day will be held at 2:30 o'clock at
the city Y. W. C. A. This is a change
from the usual time and place of
meeting and it is especially requested
that all attend at the new place and
time.
All gymnasium classes will meet on
- Mondvy as usual

OLIVE THOMAS
- in -
OUT \YONDER"
NEW SCENES-NEW FACES-NEW
CHARM-?NEW PLOT
Thrills, suspense, action-and a beau-
tiful love strain that grips and holds.
Can You Ask for Anything.
More?
Also "Smiling Bill" Parsons in
"OH, BILL, BEHAVE"

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Friday A. M., in Law building
or Natural Science bulding, brown
velvet hand bag., containing smaller
purse with gold watch marked AV.
A. M. and money, silver powder box,
"etc. Reward. M. A. Miller, 428 S.
Main. Phone 1465-M.
LOST-Jan. 20. Silver barrel of foun-
taini pen, between Wienberg's Colis-
em and 814 S. University. Phi
Kappa Psi engraved on barrel.
Finder call 192-M. Reward.
LOST- Child's brown fur Thursday
evening on William St., via Nichols
Arcade to .Arcade theater. Return
to 513 E. William St. Reward.
FOUND-In Science building a .gold
ring. Owner may have same by
identifying 'property and paying for
this advertisement. Call 2323.
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta sorority pin.
Name on back. Phone 2325. Re-
ward.
LOST-A gold fountain pen between
West Halle and U-Hall. Please re-
turn to 1414 Washtenaw. Reward.
LOST-Gold wrist watch somewhere
on campus. Finder call 1526-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE person who took by -mis-
take a green felt hat with a Dick-
erson Hat Co. insignia upon the lin-
.ing, please return same to Mr. Don-
-.- ., F,, T ;- - ., t -1, - - F

WANTED

WANTED-A few ladies for figuring,
a few hours each day. Apply at of- Tickets for the freshman party must
fice, rear of second floor, Mack & be secured before 11 o'clock this morn-
Co. ing at Dean Jordan's office. No tick-
WANTED-Young man room mate at ets will be sold at the door.
810 E. Washington. Warm, light,
roomy suite. A number of University houses have
____________________________not yet sent in their reports on the
WANTED - Experienced fraternity new house rules. These must e sent
porter. Single preferred. Reference in immediately to Sue Verlenden, '20,
required. Apply Box F. P., Daily. 1205 Hill street. No results can be-
A E T my t determined until all reports are in.
WA NTED-Three more boys to eat f
home cooked meals at 514 E. Jef-' nrym t
Senior society will meet *at 7:309
ferson. Rate $7.00 per week. o'clock Monday evening at Helen New-
WANTED -- Second semester, small berry residence.
furnished apartment or light house-

TOMORROW-MONDAY

"SHOULD A WOMAN TELL?"\

- featuring --

keeping rooms. Call Mrs.
WANTED-J-Hop tiicket.
1848-M after 7 o'clock

Fox, 885-M.
Please call
evenings.

Cast and chorus members of the
Junior Girls' play will have their first
rehearsal at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All are requested to bring their fee
of $2 with them.

ALICE LAKE

(who played the part of NORAH in "LOMBARDI, LTD.",
FROM THE ORIGINAL STORY BY FINIS FOX

FOR SALE -

To Lose Love by Confiding?

Or to Withhold the Gnawing Secret of Her

FOR SALE-Latest style dress suit, .-
nearly new. A bargain if taken at-i Freshman girls who want to attend
once. Phone 932-J, evenings, 7:00 to the class dance this afternoon in Bar-
9:00. ,, bour gymnasium must procure their
' tickets from Dean Jordan's office be-
FOR SALE-Dress Suit, size 38. Lat- fore this noon. No tickets will be
est style. Call at 1333 Wilmot St. solid at the door or during the after-
i 1noon. .I -
FOR SALE-Two Airedale doges. Fref1
Kleinschmidt, Saline. Phone 197-F22.

Youth? See How One Girl Met this Dilemma

COMING SOON -
NORMA TALMADG&in "SHE LOVES AND LIES"

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For J-Hop. Full dress'
suit, size 37 1-2. 620 E. Univer-
sity.

Rev. F F. Peterson E D U CAT I O NAL S'UNDAY, JANUARY 25
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
U10:30 A. M. "SUCCESS in RELIGIOUS EDUCATION'
of Mass. will give 6:30P,. "BETTER CROPOF BOYSAND GIRLS"

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RENT-Single room at 810 E.'

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