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.nda Hepner, dean of wom-
raska university, arrived;
>or Friday night to spend
nd Sunday as the guest
A. Neuman and Mrs. Neu-
.te to Cleveland where she
the convention of deans of
id universities and heads
hools throughout the coun-
+ek.
ner spent yesterday visit-
nitories and expressed her-
ng well pleased with our
housing the University
ebraska university women
ses similar to our Univer-
i. The dormitory system
been tried out but is now
ted.
t 18 years Miss Hepner has
structor in the German de-
Af the university and has
fice of dean for the past
She will leave today for
AVOR SKNTINIG AM)
ABOVE OHER SPORTS
and skiing are the two
ar sports among University
s winter. Due to the fact
niversity offers no oppor-
skating, the city rink is
ace available to University
The unusually cold 'winter
ample opportunity for ex-
>yment of this sport.
anking next on the list, is
the boulevards and every
.any followers of this sport
themselves there in merry
he boulevards are especial-
ted to this sport and are
lace where it may be en-
ay great extent.-
and coasting hold place
nportance upon the list of
rts and have their custom'-
r of followers.-
EDUCATIONAL
Campbell has had thirty
rience with Eastern Uni-
rd Colleges in his Phrenol-
k. , He will deliver his on
r-Principles and Proofs"
arge to any Ann Arbor Un-
ganization. Private Phren-
laminations in respect to
Choice of Vocation, Brain
fariage adaption, etc. Fee:
ing, one dollar! study with
dollars. Lectures and ex-
by appointment. Address
.ison. Phone 2154-R.--Adv.

Because of the sickness prevalent
in Ann Arbor there will be no meet-
ing of the association of the collegiate
,alumnae this month.
Wyvern will hold its next meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 o'clock in
the Pi Beta"hi house.
All members of Masques are re-
quested to attend an important meet-
ing at 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon
of next week in Barbour gymnasium.
Plans for the semester will be discus-
red. Any members who are unable to
be present are asked to communicate
wigh the president.
Corporate communion for Episcopal
women will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Sunday morning at St. Andrew's
church.
Ali entering freshman and sopho-
more girls should register at the office
of the .physical director at once.
Anyone willing to play the piano
for dancing classes is requested to re-
port at the office of the physical dI-
rector in Barbour gymnasium.
All women who expect to take
swimming this semester must enroll
in the director's office in Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper
services until further notice.

Y. M. POOL OPEN '
TO CLUB MEMBERS
Special hours will be arranged atl
the Y. M. C. A. in which the faculty
women, University women, and busi-
nesp girls may use the swimming pool.
The tank is lone of the most mol-
ern in Michigan. It is of white tile;
the water being pue, spring water,
warmed to 75 degrees and changed
daily. In this way there is no chance
of infection.
Women who wish to have the ad-
vantage of the tank must join the
swimming club at $5 for a period of

six months. In order to accommo-
date the University women the six
months may be divided and run over
into the fall of 1920. This membership
entitles the women to a competent di-
rector, showers, lockers, and all of
the advantages of the pool. Women
who are not members of the Y. W.
C. A. may join that organization for
a period of a year and may join the
swimming club for a period of six
months both for $5 at the city Y. W.
.. A. Memberships may also be pro-
cured at the University Y. W. C. A.
The Michigan Daily is an all-Cam-
pus paper.-Adv.

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WOMLEN URGED TO ABANDON
SEPARATE POLITICAL PARTY
Leaders of the new league of wom-
an voters, successor to the national
kmerican women suffrage association,
irge the alignment of women voters
with existing political organizations
and the abandonment of efforts to in-
augurate a political party of their
own. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, re-
tiring president of the suffrage asso-
ciation, adds to this a request that,
after affiliating with their respective.
parties, women do not go to the polls
as mere endorsers of the party plat-
form.
* "Get into a'party and make it what
you want it to be," says Miss Mary
Garrett Hay, chairman of the wom-
an's division of the Itepublican party.
I do not believe that there should be
a woman's party of any kind. Wom-
en and men must work together pol-
itically."

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materials.

OLD ARE YOUI NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
u like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
I youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
EAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prime
-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
e HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular meet-
or yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
to make your evenings enjoyable.

LJp gi 1ntrocc te yp tq Miss
M-a"nhOtn th@ n-t timepyop
come to our Ready-to-Wear D1-
partment on the Second Floor,

'TON BROS.
D) BOWLING, CIGARS AND CANDIES
RARETTES AND PIPES
e try to treat you Right"

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The First Glimpse into
Fashion's Hat-Box Revealing
THE NEW SPRING MILLINERY STYLES
Toxorrcw we shall have on display the advance fashions in Millinery for Spring. Naturally the dis-
play 0nt large, bjt for that very reason it especially recommends itself to women of taste and discrim-
ination, to those- why pref r to ma e hgir selections from a limited assortment of exclusive styles.
These new hats show unmistakably the fashion trv n d for Spring; the correctness of the styles is undis-
puted. For pattern hats such ws thase our pries are remarkably loW,
(Second Floor)

FOR SALE ; WANTED
lebuilt L. C. Smith type- WANTED--Turnspare time into mon-
all6nt61J.dition. Very ey. / Sell guaranteed trees, shrubs,
roses. Weekly pay. Permanajnt.
A light six Studebaker, Write today. Guaranty . Nursery,
new. A bargain price. Rochester, N. Y.
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WANTED - Zwet's Theoretical Me-
Dress Suit $20.00. Cal chantcs and Pierces Integral Tables.
R. R. J. Plate, 1115% S. Univ. Phone
n £ ,r rnC.2064-J.

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to work for board ate
Address Box B. L., ILOST-A leather pocketbook contain-
ing a Michigan Engineering mem-
bership card and a chemistry cou-
uld like roommate. In- pon. Finder please return to Win-

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