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Pennsylvania- Twenty-eight men,1
who have been in war service, have
been given free four-dear scholarships;
to the University of Pennsylfania by1
the committee on war activities of the
Knights of Columbus. In order to:
utilize surplus war funds the commit-
tee selected twenty Catholic institu-
tions and twenty non-sectarian schools1
to which to sent worthy men who
had been in the service for some time.
Dartmouth - The alumnidbody of
Dartmouth has decided to donate. a
stadium in which to play its football,
lacrosse, and soccer games next year.
The stadium will be known as Alumni
Oval and will have a seating capacity
Yale-The collection of material for
the Yale war library which has been
going on. since 1914 is virtually com-
pleted. The assemblage of douments
is now one of the laifgest in the world.
In additionto maps, photographs, and
sketches there -are books of contem-
porary history, files of newspapers,
magazines, official documents, pamph-
lets and posters. One of the most in-
teresting features is a bookcontaining
prophecies written in 1914 telling of
the end of the war in 1918. There is
material from every country which
was involved in the war.
IllInois--It has been suggested that
temporary buildings be erected at the
University of Illinois to lessen the
congestion in classrooms. It seems
unwise to build any permanent build-
ings at present because of the unrest
in the industrial world. With the
registration of 7,500 students this fall
it has been necessary to use every
building to its highest efficiency cand
with the expected entrance next fall
of 2,000 freshmen the difficulty will
only be increased. The only new
building which will be added to the
university this year is the Music
building. 'the transfer of the School
of Music c asses will release a few
)Ohio.-The committee in charge of
examining the students of the uni-
versity in the fall of 1919 have com-
piled comparative tables of the re-
suIts of the psychological tests. On
October 10th, between the hours of
8:15 o'clock and 5 o'clock the army
intelligence test was given to 5,950
students. Five percent in each class
were found to have very superior in-1
telligence and the same percent were
graded as having very poor ,intelli-1
Xansas.-A plan for a $1,000,000
drive for the erection of a service
building and stadium in honor of the
University of Kansas men who died
in the military service of their coun-
try was adopted by the University as-
sembly a short time ago. Accdrding
to the plan as adopted not more than
$500,000 is to be expended for the
service building and the remainder of
the $1,000,000 as far as it will go on
All entering freshmen and sopho-
more women must register in gym-
nasium classes before Wednesday
All women who expect 'to take
swimming this semester must enroll
in the director's office in Barbour
There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper
services until further notice.
Y. W. C. A. Postpones Campaign Plans
Plans for the Y. W. C: A. campaign
to suppor, Dr.-Clara Sargent in China
have been postponed. The campaign
which was to have been launched is
week will be held immediately pre-
ceding spring vacation.
Wilson, '12E, Married at Twin Lake
Richard H. Wilson, '12E, and Miss
Agnes Hart were married Wednesday,
Jan. 28, at Twin Falls, Idaho. Their
home is now in Olympia, Wash., where
Mr. Wilson has a position with the
State Highway commission.
Daughter Born to Former Engineer
Scott Dunlap, '11E, of LaGrange,
Illinois, has notified friends in this
.city of the birth of a daughter on Sat-
urday, Feb. 14. Mrs.. Dunlap was for-
merly Miss Ethel Hogan of this city.
Read the Michigan Daly o Ctpzsw
the gowns, the fair '
that lately bloomed for
hard to see a "thing of
begbty," created from silver cloth,
tulle, brocade, taffeta or satin "blush
unseen" in the closet, and to know
that two long months must pass be-
fore it may appear to dazzle the be-
holders. Then, fashion is a fickle god-'
dess and maybe by April 9 something
just a little newer will have come
out and that "24 hours from New York
feeling" will be no more.:
We have it from a reliable modiste
that most of the girls are hoarding
the evening gown but it is no use to
ask them to save the afternoon dress-
es. Union dances from now on prom-
ise to see their initial appearance and
something "springier" must be had for
hop time. Besides, you know that old
saying about "many a slip-," other
creatures beside fashion are likely to
The classes which were con-
ducted by Mr. and Miss Moses in
the Michigan Union Annex be-
fore it burned will be held in the
Arcade Dance Hall on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings.
The Beginners', Class will be
formed at seven o'clock tomor-
The Advanced Class, which is
exclusively for Uiiversity men
and women, will be formed at
eight o'clock tomorrow night in
the Arcade Dance Hall.
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NEW JUNIOR GIRLS
Junior advisors are needed for en-
tering freshman girls. Several weeks
ago the chairman, Lois DeVries, '21,
issued a call for more junior girls -to
volunteer for this work, but so far
none have responded.
Some twenty girls who were soph-
omores last semester can be ranked as
juniors this semester. These girls
should now become junior advisors
to the new freshmen. They may learn
full particulars by calling Lois De-
-Vries at 2325. This should be done.
however, before the end of this week.
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WANTED-Student barber. Guaran-
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