News From The Other Colleges__j
Northwestern-A chapter of Gam-
ma Omicron Pi, a national society
for collegiate Republicans has re-
cently been organized at Northwest-
ern university. The G. 0. P. is a na-
tional organization whose avowed
purpose is to uphold, improve, and
forward the tenets of the Republican
party." It's chief purpose is- to in-
terest and acquaint college men with.
the mysteries and intricacies of na-
tional politics. G. 0. P. was orgin-
ally formed in 1912 at the University
of Illinois. Since then chapters have
been created at Purdud, Indiana, Mis-
souri, Iowa, Chicago, and other col-
leges and universities in the middle
Membership is limited to those bn-
dergraduates who are sincerely inter-
ested in the Republicanarty and its
principles. Members of the faculty
may become associate members, but
they will be given- no voice in the
discussions. Application blanks for
membership will-soon be printed.
Toronto-Dr. C. K. Clarke, M.D.,
L.L.D. dean of the faculty of" med-
icine of the University of Toronto,;
has recently resigned his post in or-
der to devote himself to the Capadian
national committee of mental hygiene
of which he is medical director. He'
has asked that his resignation date
from July 1 of this year.\
Oregon -- About 50 editors from
various parts of the state are to meet
at the Vniversity of Oregon for the
opening session of the annual Ore-
gon newspaper conference. An inter-
esting program of noted speakers is
Neada-The girls' basketball team
left for the coast Feb. 20, to play their
AND RAY BINDER, LEADING COMEDIANS IN "CHIN
H APPEARS AT THE WHITNEY, SATURDAY, FEBRU-
first intercollegiate game of the sea
son. They meet the College of Paci-
fic team, at College Park.
Oregon--One of the advanced class-
es in dramatic interpretation at the
University of Oregon is to present
"Huckleberry Finn,' a four act play
iwhich has been aranged from the
well known book by the same name.
A matinee performance for the ben-
efit of children will be given.
Cornell-A Cprnell debate club is t
be organized at Cornell. The club will
promote discussions on topics of cur-
rent interest, and it will be the gen-
eral policy to hold a formal debate
at every meeting. For a few years
preceding the war there was an or-
ganization of this same type. This
new debating club kill be open to
all men in .the University except fresh-
Oberlin-Oberlin college is to have
a motion picture machine installed in
the college chapel. This matter has
been under consideration for some
time, but no action has been taken.
Recently President Kin appointed
a committee to investigate The matter
and decide whether pr not a machine
could be successuflly installed inthe
Wahash-About a hundred men of
Wabash recently volunteered to give
their blood for u transfusion operation
to be made on awoman seriously ill
with typhoid fever in an Indianapolis
hospital. The blood of none of the
pen could be used, however. on ac-
count of the low *hite corpuscle test.
Belot-Fraternity leaders at Be-
loit college have taken action against
they floppy footwear affected by many
students. Some of those most op-
posed to the fad gathered all the avail-
able pairs of goloshes and hung them
on the flagpole of the campus.
Oregon-Only seven or eight cases
of the influenza have been reported at
the University of Oregon. These cases
are confined to the infimary.
Union - Sophomore at Union col-
lege recently received permission
from the undergraduate governing
body to clip the hair of all freshmen
who could not sing the coilege song.
Princeton-On n Feb. 21 alumni day
exercises were held at Princeton when
Memorial hall "ws dedicated to the
memory of the 146 Princeton men who
died in the service of their country.
The dedcation exercises were opened
by an address' by Colonel Franklin
D'Olier, '98, national commander of
the American legion. This address
was followed by one from President
Hibben. At the end of his addre
at precisely 5 o'clock, the minute f
silence was observed by Princeton
men throughout the country in mem-
ory of those who died.
Nufnerous social functions of the near future
will require Footwear apparel which-is in keep-
in3 with the occasion.
THE ABOVE PULP STYLE WE HAVE NOW IN
Dull French Kid Gold and Silv'er Cloth
French Pat Colt White Washable Kid
Black and White Satin
Courteous and satisfactor ,
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $5Z0,001.01
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
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itute for this guid-
league each year
ersity of Michigan
able to help the
y speaking on'va-
a Vocational con-
nd, assistant pro-
education of the
an, is our nearest
approach to a vocational guide to
women. She will speak on the topic
"The Ethics of Choosing a Vocation"
at 4 o'clock on Thursday afternoon in
As a teacher Miss Murtland will'
be able to offer practical suggestions
to girls who plan to teach, and her
remarks will also be of interest to
girls who are undecided as to their
Hurt in Bob-Sled Spill
Mildred Henry, '22, was hurt Mon-
day afternoon in a bob-sled accident
on the boulevard. Her doctor says
complete recovery is certain, but that
she prbably cannot attend classes for
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Women's Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Whether or not women should in-
dulge in in rcollegiate athletics has
long been a subject of discussion.
With so much depending upon the ath-
letic standing of a school and the
growing interest of *omen in things
athletic it seems an auspicious time
to take a definite stand on the mat-
Good Material Available,
That there is good athletic mater-
1al on han cannot be doubted from
the gratifying results; of the' various
branches of athletics now participated
in by the women. That women are
competing with men in swimming,
tennis and golf shows the trend of'
the times in the outside world. That
ipternational sports are actively be-
ing participated in by the :women'
stamps the approval of the outside
world. High schools re.lognize the
many beneficial results of, the out-
Swedish Woman a Champion
Right now Sweden is sending a ten-
nis champion, Molla Bjurstedt, to
compete for the world's championship
title.' The French tennis champion,
MIle. Leiglen, is expected soon and
will compete with all comers, includ-
ing Miss Bjurstedt.
That there are many proficient play-
ers in the University not actively par-
ticipating in the campus athletics
shows that sufficient incentive is lack-
ing. .If Michigan women are to come
up to the standard set by women of
other colleges, and of the outside
world, that incentive must be provid-
(Signed.) A MICHIGAN WOMAN.
SPRING PROGRA M
XODAY and TOMORROW
The Girls' Educational club will
hold a business meeting to elect ofi-
cers at 8 o'clock tonight
LOST AND FOUND
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thousand dollars an-
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LOST-Pearl handled knife Monday
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college. Finder please call Mc-
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Saturday evening. Finder please
call Pabst, 2651-R.
LOST-On Thompson St. Sunday aft-
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chain 'and a gold knife. Call 2666.
LOST - Fraternity pin; name on
back. Call 2666.
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across from engineering building,
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Masques held a meeting yesterday
afternoon in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium to discuss plans for the
second semester's wtrk. A meeting
of the play-reading committee and any
members of the 'lub interested in the
selection of a play for the yearly pro-
duction will be held next Tuesday in
Barbour gymnasium. The make-up
committee and class will meet the
Plays to be given this year will in-'
clude one of Stuart Walker's Port-'
manteau plays, before the Woman's
league, which will be presented in
March, Masques' yearly play, early in
May, and a play for Dean Jordan's
Charity Bal to Benefit University
Part of the proceeds of the Alpha
Iota charity ball to be given Feb. 271
in the Statler hotel, Detroit, will bej
devoted to a scholarship at the Uni-I
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.
It has been found necessary to post-
pone the women's cotilion and ban-
quet which was to have been held
Saturday, Feb. 28, until Saturday,
Important board meeting of Wom-
en's Athletic association will be held
at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
Baptist Guild Holds Luncheon
Twenty-six Baptist guild members
and had luncheon Monday noon at
the guild house, the home of. L. R.
Chapman, director. A group picture
was then taken in front of the build-
ing for use by Frank W. Padelford,
of New York, secretary of the Bap-
tist national committee of religious
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Shaw to Address New England Club
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, secretary, of
the Alumni association, will address
the New England club at 7:30 this
evening at their regular meeting in
Lane hall. The subject of Mr. Shaw's
address will be "Michigan Men." This
is one of the few tims that Mr. Shaw
has ever addressed a group of stu-
dents in connection with the Alumni
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