ants Schools and provide scholarships or special
idents provisions for self-help. America will
then, assume the educational leader-
t help build ship to which her new responsibilities
e future ,by call her."
of her uWi-
all over the Griffin to Speak at Convention
eau of edu- The second semi-annual convention
Interior, in of the Michigan Retail Dry Goods as-
d: "School sociation will be held March 10 and
11 in Grand Rapids. Prominent
institutions among the speakers will-be two local
been pros- men, Prof.'C. E. Griffin of the Econm-
ge numbers ics department of the University, and
entists have Mr. E. F. Mills of the Mills company.
Q. liarmn nvn
Purdue-Plans are being made at
Purdue University for ther annual in-
formalt Blanket Hop to be given in
March. The purpose of the Hop is .to
raise funds to buy "P" blankets for the
varsity men. The dance last year was
very successful, and as a result, over
thirty "P" men were furnished with
Ohio--A beautiful custom has re-
cently been inaugurated at Ohio State
university at the request of the Amer-
ican Legion, as a token of reverence
to the Ohio State men who died in
service. "Taps" are sounded each
Wednesday at a designated hour.
Once each week there is a pause in
the confusion of campus activities in
honor to its haloed dead.,
Chicago-Two Chicago university
women recently advertised in the
Daily Maroon for men to accompany
them to the Washington Prom. They
advertised that they would furnish
the dress suits and the taxi, but all
sleuthing on the part- of the young
men has failed to reveal the identifica-
tion of these two mysterious girls.
Indiana--The first session of the
Educational conference will be held
at Indiana University on May 5, 6, and
7. Herbert C. Hoover has tentatively
accepted an invitation to address the
conference and many other educators
of note will be present.
Indiana-The influenza ban was lift-
ed at the University of Indiana Tues-
day when the committee on student
health announced that the "flu" con-
ditions were sufficiently improved to
justify the continuing of the regular
campus activities. All rules on col-3
lege meetings and week-end trips
were withdrawn by the committee.
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ar with its
Yale Beats Princeton at Hockey
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 21.-Prince-
ton went down to defeat before the
Yale hockey team in a game played
here last Saturday. The final score
was 4 to 0, the Yale goal being seldom
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Hit the High C's
with Constance and Ham '
this super show
th cracked lips are cautioned to avoid the
eek. The management positively refuses to
sibility for either split lips or side aches that
gild to uplift bootlegging, aided by a chorus of
ered) so tough they eat dynamite, rambling
the farm, love scenes in the old cow plot and
VE COMEDY CREATION; A TRIUMPH
[IG YOU HAVE EVER SEEN BEFORE
COME WHEN THE SHOWS START
Sunday-1:30, 3:00, 4:80, 7:00, 8:80
Monday, Tuesday-2:00, 3:80, 7:00, 8:30
Those who are able to do so are requested
to attend the matinee shows and avoid tO
big night crowds
Constance Talmadge trips lightly on the screen in a new and saucy picture "TV
WEEKS," with a bathing costume of moonbeams and midnight witchery. All a
Arbor will hold its sides with laughter as "Goldie Locks" vamps the three crusty
bears in a play that is just naughty enough to be nice-the story of a little show
who spends 'two weeks unchaperoned in the home of three bachelors - scintilla
with genuine humor and piquant, spicy fun,-but never overstepping the border