VER PAUPERS AS RESULT
OF PROHIBITION, IS CLAIM4
at Lane hall.
orah board of directors
i Lai hall.
earsal of eligible members
club in Lane hall.
dolin practice ini University
club skating party at Wein-
roit club meets at Lane hall.
f. C. 0. Carey speaks on
mces in China," at Lane
ley club meets in Practice
Dom of Law building.
iard Wood rally. Deans
nd Vaughan will speak.
Sigma holds regular meet-
oom B173, basement of the
Science building. Date
ha Nu debating society holds
meeting in room 402, U-
ss meeting of Soph Lits in
sting par at Wein.
party in guildl
for the N. 0:I. must be
1 and ianded in to Prof.
by. 10 o'clock Saturday
ent from-the final exam-
* Economics 1 last.semes-
given a make up exam-
'9 o'clock Saturday morn-
6, in room 202, Ecoflom-
al Board forI
onal Education are urged to
t with-the District officer any
from 9< to 4 o'clock today in
202 University hall.
in of all student church social
ttees are requested to meet at
'clock Thursday in Lane hall.,
iembers of the Mandolin and
lubs who have arm bands are
ted to bring them to re-,
ils Thursday night.
who were in arnly ambulance
e are invited to attend ,a din-
iven at 6 o'clock Thursday
g in the Union. Those who
to attend are requested to
M. Seabright, phone 184.
ploynment office of the Y. M.
t,Lane hall requests that men
their application on file for
ill send second semester clas3
iles showing the hours they
ree for outside eniployment.
Tiitan essay contest time has
extended from Feb. 20 to the
t meeting of La Socidad His-
t will be held March 2.
ents holding proofs of senior
anensian sittings should re-
he same to the respective pho-
hers today in order that prints
e run off for the yearbook.
its of the' following; organi-
s should call at the Michi-
Sian officesathis afternoon to
y members in group photo-
: Phi Kappa Psi, Chi Rho
Collegiate Sorosis, Athena
ry society, and Girls' Athletic
Laboratories Put in Condition
hing is in readiness for the
on of studies in the Dental
fonjlay morning. The labor-
have been put in "readiness
is in first class condition for
dling of the large -number of
It is expected that the lab-
iand class rooms will be filled
lowing, according to Dr. R. W.
secretary of the school.
Galveston, Texas, Feb. 25. - Pro-
hibition has so decreased the number
of paupers, throughout the 'Unted
(States that the country's medical col-
'leges are facing a shortage of bodies
for laboratory instruction work, ac-
.crdng to Dr. William Keiller, pro-
fessor of anatomny of the University of
"There are fewer sick men than in
the.. bygone 'wet' days, as sober men
have enough sense to protect them-
selves in bad weather," Dr. Keiller
said. "Absence of intoxicants and not
bigh wages, is responsible for the
scarcity of paupers, ; as many men
would spend most of their earnings
for liquor no matter how much they
made," he added.
People who formerly patronized the
charity wards of the large hospitals
and clinics, now frequently drive up
to the front door of the best institu-
tions in their own automobiles, the
DR. CARRERA, GRAD, SECURES
MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE
' Dr. Jose Louis Carrera of the Grad
uate school had the degree of Master
of Science conferred upon him recent-
ly by the Graduate school of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Dr. Carrara was one of the first o.
the graduates from a Spanish univer-
sity to be sent to this country to take
up graduate work. He'worked.here in
the Pathological'laboratory and was
made research assistant to Dr. Aldred
S. Warthin. Dr. Carrera is the author
of a number of articles which have
appeared in El Siglomedica, a Madrid
Sain has mapped out a system by
which it will select a number of pen-
sioned students each year to be sent
to American universities.
PROH1IBITION FORCES' FAMOUS
CAFEPTO CLOSE ITS DORS
New York, Feb. 25.-The Cafe de
Paris, formerly known as Rector's,
acknowledged its defeat by prohibition
and today closed its doors. An in-
voluntary petition in bankruptcy was
also filed against the Pekin, another
popular cafe under the old regime.
Charles E. Rector established the
Rector cafe more than 25 years ago on
Broadway near 42nd street. When
the late Mayor Gaynor ordered restau-
rants to stop serving liquor after 1
o'clock in the morning Rector's was
forced into banckruptcy.- Afterward
it was moved and renamed- the Cafe
FOR RUSSIA BY BOLSHEVIKI
Geneva, Feb. 25. - A Bolsheviki
pamphlet supposedly issued by Nick-
olas Lenine, the Russian soviet prem-
ier, and just'received here rases the
question of Constantinople. It aoks
why the Allies are deliberating on the
future of the city, "Which belongs, to
Russia under, a promise made by the
Allies in 1515,as recompense for the
The document delares the deerm-
ination of the Bolsheviki to have Con-
stantinople and fight for it if neces-
ALPHA DELT DEFEATS DELTA
UPSILON BY 9 TO 1SCORE
Alpha Delta Phi defeated Delta Up-
silon in the interfratern'ity hockey
race yesterday, by a score of 9 to 1.
Steketee and Cushing starred for the
winders. 4 ' , A
N,. Today at 4:30 o'clock, the. 4pha
Delts will play the Trigons and at 5:15
the Nu Sigma Nus will play the Delta
Kappa tpsilons. This will complete
the semi-finals and the remaining
game between today's winners will be
played on Friday.
Six Students on Hospital Sick List
The following students are at present
confined to the University hospital:
George Bailey, '20E, Dan Bellinger,
'21D, Hobart Carpenter, '23, Thurlow
W. Geecl , '23M, Charles O. Oehlhof-
fer, '21M, and Willis Weaver, Jr.,
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Michigan Men Will Compete in D. A.
At the swimming practice held yes-
terday \afternoon Coach Drulard se-
lected four tank men to represent
Michigan in the Detroit Athletic club
meet next Saturday night. These men
Valentine, Hyde, Babcock, and Bush,
will be entered in the 50 yard free
style, and in the relay. Valentine is
a freshman and holds the University
record of 21 seconds for the 40 yard
swim, two seconds over the Confer-
Practice duringthe afternoon con-
sisted of time trials;and starts, and if
the results obtained are any criterion,
the Maize and Blue swimmers should
show well against the state's best in
the Detroit. meet.
Two new candidates for honors are
Barnes, '21M, and Elliott, '22. Barnes
is a fancy diver of no little ability
and with a bit of practice should de-
velop into a point winner. Elliott is
a transfer from Leland Stanford
where he was a member of the fresh-
man team. The plunge for distance
and back strokes are his specialties.
Soo Club Will Skate Friday
A skating party at Weinberg's col-
iseum will be given by the Soo club
jFriday evening. Members of the club
may come early for the hockey game
,and skating will begin immediately
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j ROM Bagdad to
1 Fisco, men in every
walk of ,life greatly
prefer pure Turkish
" Our Spring"Suitingrs are
now ready, are. you?
Th fact that "ordinary cigar.
ettes a trifle less, sometimes
to o- . 0 pocket, but never to
cis are-'100% pur~e Turkish -the
most famous tobacco for cigarettes.
Don't wound your pride o- .cramble your taste for
urads are worth more than they cost-and you
don't have to sneak the pack a: in and out of your
pocket in any company-you know what we mean.
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Way ~ uk1~i
[unt, '16, former as-
r on The Daily and1
der, was married to
on Jan. 14, at De-
Wilkinson, '20, and,
11, '21, acted as
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