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March 06, 1920 - Image 5

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.LE TR.YC
OUT FOR

UTS
PARTS

Art," so far as
ictures is con-
ye had a great
ussia owing tc
ernment pays a
all works ap-

The co-operative book store plan
has the approval of the University of
Iowa student's committee which has
been investigating the question in
various colleges of the West and
Middle West. Chairman I4oosier of
the committee reported that the lplan
was universally successful and the
student body is nowV considering its
adoption.
Round-Up CIOub Will Hold Dane
The Round-Up club will 'hold a
dance oni March 13 at the Country
club, it was decided at a recent meet-
ing of the club. About thirtyr new
members were accepted, whose initi-
ation will take place next week.,

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Lan of art has been
control of a council
s, four of whom are
ism. Artists' earn-
Increased through a
y the council under
res that pass the
paid for at the uni-
?rubles each.
artist has devoted
sous labor to a' pic-
it is a daub which
hours to paint, the
,e same. With such
.e numnber of artists
easing rapidly.
GINEERS WILL
rROF INSPECTION

Of those who were in the final try-
outs Thursday night for places in the
Cast of "L'Amni Fritz," Cercle Fran-
cais play, the following have been
retained for assignment of parts and
will be notified by the director; when
to report: M. E. Beckett, '22, B.
Warsau, '22, H. C. Gustin, '22, M. A.
Haugh, '22, D. Watts, -'21, S., Jiras,.
'21E, A. J. Ilimnfelhoch, ,'20,° W. G.
Sharpe Jr., '23, 3. Freedman, '21, R..
Sherwood, '22, and II..Ranft, '21.
"Flu" Worse Than Cholera in Chinia
Weihsien, Shantung Pr v.,, China,
March 5.-Influenza which, has reap-!
peared in this district is much more

severe than it was last year. Pneu-
monia sets in early and death ensues
after two or three days. Chinese say
the epidemioc has caused far more
deaths in a few weeks than did the
epidemic of cholera which continued
through the whole siummer.
PONTIAC' CLUB TO 'EINTERTAIN
NEB'{' OSPECTIVE ATHLETES
The Pontiac club will tender a ban-
quet to Pontiac high school students
during spring vacation in order to
influence athletes to come to Mich-
igan, it was decided at a club dinner
Thursday night at the Union. Other
business was also taken up. Prof..
John R. Brumm, who was scheduled
to speak, was unable to appear.

Student'.Headquarters
For everything, in "Brighten Up" finishes, best asso
ment of swing frames, Hand-made picture frames a
window shades at lowest prices.
PAINTS L .WENZEL covrl

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Phone 84- 207 E. Liberty St.

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collegiate authors to
1productions and he
arrange contests for
ithe near future.
Real Governing Body
1 5.-That Spain is
ecabine of the day
,ortes is evident~ from
al decrees issued and
the eight years 1911-
decrees ther'e were
e laws which found
igh parliament numn-
aLectures at Alma
W. Bishop gave two
as college last Tues-
,d one lecture to the
sent Status of College
Libraries," and the
dent body on Books
of the Fifteenth Cen-

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SPRING SUITINGS
Now on display
Get measured
today and be ready
for spring wear.
"Cheaper than
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