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PrInceton-The university store at+
Princeton will pay $13,000 out to un-
dergraduates as a dividend for their
purchases. The dividend payable to'
each member amounts to 10 per.cent
of the price of purchases made during
the fiscal year ending July 1, ,1919.
Only the three upperclasses will ben-
efit from' this year's dividend.
Johis Hopkins - The alumni of
Hopkins have organized a varsity
club. The object is to promote inter-
est in school athletics in the alumni
and to broaden the scope of the uni-
versity's, athletic campaign.
Minnesota - An airplane ride .has
been planned for the. woman at the
University of Minnesota who gets -the
greatest number of subscriptions for
the Gopher, the monthly publication
of the university.
Oklahoma-Twelve houses will be-
built soon on the 40 acre plot of
ground tobe taken over as a new re-
stricted university addition by the
University Home Builders' corpora-'
tion. The addition is directly west of
the administration building, on the
same street as the university, green
house. The corporation was capital-k
ized at $100,000 to' build homes. No
house may be built in the addition
costing less than $,000 and the con-
sent of the corporation must be secur-
ed before land will be sold. Members
of the university faculty and parents
ravorea Dy the corporation.
Iowa-Students in home economifes
at Iowa state college recently held a
day of celebration: , Displays were
made of methods of decorating and
setting tables and exhibits of cooking
and sewing. In the evening vaude-
ville'acts were presented by the home'
economics students. One of the novel
features of the publicity work were
the sandwich girls who advertised
the day's festivities.
OklahoMA--Col. Carl Baehr, com-
mandant of the university-R. O. T. C.
unit, told university officials recently
that the men at the University of Ok-
lahoma are more physically fit than
the men in many other states in the
union. He says that they show the
marks of out-of-door men.
of children in the university will
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NEW OFFICERS. ELECTED AT
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Senior honorary society elected new
officers for the ensuing year at a.
meeting last night held at Helen New-
berry residence. Gretchen Jones was
elected president; Edna Apel, vice-
president; Ruth Vokes, secretary, and
'Helen MacGregory, treasurer.
FEBRUARY 14th, give flowers to your
and dearest. In their beauty, life and fra
flowers are the perfect, the most charming yo
your seniments. On St. Valentine's Day,
One important thing to consider about Flow
entines is their arrangement, and in this pa
there-is great scope for individual preference
gormize Bouqiuets fr ~ronl w1
haplin in "The Fireman"
w and Saturday
"The Country Cousin"
We can offer you original suggestions, at prices
order, the most painstaking care and attention.
Juniors Hold Thir4 Practice Saturday
This year's Junior Girls' play is pro-
gressing in spiteof the flnal examin-
ations. Two practices have been held
thus far at which the songs have been
dictated and partially learned. This
Saturday, the next practice will be
devoted to the reading and learning
of the play.
moderate, and wi
us a once for
Blu"Ma-e Blossom Shop
Dance music will be furnished and
tea will be served for members of the
Women's league who may find time
for recreation at 4 o'ciock Friday!aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Many sophomore girls have not yet
signed up for posture examinations.
No credit for the course will be given
until the examination is taken.
Girls who wish to borrow money
from the scholarship loans for the
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second, semester should see
Myra B. Jordan at once at her4
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There are many positions open to
girls during examination weeks, such
as caring for children and doing 'light
housekeeping ,duties. Any one wish-
ing to work should see Deanl Myra B.
Jordan' at once.
No girls will be permitted to' vacate
their rooms for the second semester'
without consulting Dean Jordan about
Girls' Reserve club leaders and as-
sistant club leaders will meet at 12
o'clock Thursday at Newberry- haell to
have their picture taken. Flora B. El-
lis, '20, urges all to be present.
The home department of Women's,
clubs will meet at 2:30 o'clock Sat-
urday at the dommunity house to sew.
The Girls' Educational club will not
meet until the first Wednesday of the
"George Eliot-Her Social and In-
tellectual Background," will be the
subject of a lecture to be delivered
by Prof.,R. M. Wenley of the philoso-
phy department, at 2:30 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon in St. Paul's Cathedral,
"MEMOIRY AND CONCENTRATION" a
new booklet ,which will aid stu-
dents, business men and others who
desire to improve the mental pro-
cess. Aids in remembering names
and faces. Bookstores and new-
stands, 60c. By mail, 70c. The Ed-
ucational Courses, Box 98, A nAr-
bor. A re-creative vacation study.
As Hop Time Approaches.
and you have most of your costumes planned, you re-
alize that now is the time to think of footwear, an4 es-
pecially evening footwear. Comfort is a big consider-
ation, the all important one after "smart appearanice",
and we have evening slippers which combine these
We have a complete display of opera pumps, made
in models with the crimped throat which prevents cut-
ting over the instep, and with full Louis covered heels.
We have these models in silver, white kid, white and
black satin, dull calf, glazed and patentkid.
We are daily expecting a shipment of the same
models but in Baby Louis heels, in black satin and dull
$9.00 to $12.00
ulty man and wife
once a couple of
for light house-
n conveniences re-
e bath 'desirable.
ladies for figuring,
1 day. Apply at of-
ond floor, Mack &
desires a room or-
died in a-good loca-
D. M. K.. care' of
desirable suite or
ent to tend. furnace
>ut the house. Ap- I
FOR RENT-Steam heated apartment.
Will sublet lease from about Feb.
1st to September. Call at Malcolm
610 E. Libertya Apts., No. 4, or J.
Karl Malcolm, 610 E. Liberty .St.
POR RENT-Exceptionally nice sin-
gle room, southern exposure. 908
Forest Ave. Phone 2239-K.
FOR RENT-Suite. Roomer to share
same with student. 608 E. Jeffer-
FOR RENT- Desirable front suite,
two bocks from campus. 827 E. Un-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Blagk folding purse contain-
ing coins and bills. Friday night
between Gray Shop and . Science
Building, Library of- Auditorium.
Finder please call 2093-J.
LOST-Sat. night, between State St.
and' Whitney theater. Elgin gold-
wrist watch, attached to long black
ribbon. Reward if returned to
LOST-Back leather note book con-
taining semester notes. Name in
last sheet of book. Reward. Phone
William Mathews, 566 or 2487-R.
LOST-Will the person who picked up
a red scarf neaf the Coliseum skat-
ing rink Tuesday evening, please
notify owner. Phone 2127-R.
' Make your appointments at. the beauty
parlor NOW, as our time is rapidly being
filled for February 13 and 14. We are having
special operators for marcelling and manicur-
ing.r Mrs. Missi'ss, our Chiropodist, will also
be here at that time.
A WOMAN of 'experience (white)
would' like to take ,entire charge of
dining room and kitchen in some
reliable fraternity house. Satisfac-
tory references guaranteed. Apply
Box Z, Daily.
FOR SALE-Full dress suit-,very fine
quality-sizO 88-worn once. Phone
Student to do light house-1
about 1 hour each day at
st Ave.- Call 2627-W.-
-Dress suit in good con-
ze 38 610 First National
ding. Phone 900-J during
-Two tickets for Hofman
4ain floor. Phone Math-
Ja Tzz Darce
At The Armory Thursda;