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on display a
exclusive a n d
)-date showing of
At the Parlors of
vens & Pershing,
618 Packard St.
also carry a fine line of
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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only highclass
work. Factory Hat Store,617
Packard St. Phone 1792.-
We put the "eet" in "sweet"
PROFESSOR AND' SCHOOL SUPER-
INTENDENT TO LECTURE
Teachers' short term institute will
be held in Ann Arbor from March 30
to April 1. Prof. L. M. Terman, of
Leland Stanford university, and F. E.
Spaulding, superintendent of schools
in Cleveland, Ohio, will be the prin-
cipal speakers. The following pro'-
gram beginning Tuesday morning,
has been arranged:
Program of Sessions
Tuesday, March 30-9 A. M., lec-
ture, "Salary Schedules; Some Prin-
ciples and Factors Involved in their
Construction," by Superintendent
Spaulding. 10 A. M., lecture, "The
Significance of Mental Measurements,"
by Professor Terman. 11 A. M., con-
ference on "Practical Problems Relat-
ing to the Introduction and Use of
Mental Tests,' by Professor Terman.
2 o'clock, lecture, "Intelligence Tests
as an Aid in the Grading of School
Children," by Professor Terman. 3
o'clock,. lecture, "Salary -Schedules;
Taking Advantage of the Educational
Opportunities Offered in, Their Con-
stru tion," by Superintendent Spauld-
ing. 4 o'clock, conference, Superin-
Wednesday, March 31-9 A. M., lec-
ture, "Retardation Problem from the
Point of View of Mental Test Results,"
by Professor Terman. 10 A. M., lec-
ture, "Text Books, Courses of Study,
and Teachers' Manuals; their Respec-
tive Functions and Use," by Superin-
tendent Spaulding. 11 A. M., confer-
ence, . Superintendent Spaulding. 2
o'clock, lecture, "Some Fruits of
Twenty Years' Experience withSchool,
Boards,"- by Superintendent Spauld-
ing. 3 o'clock, lecture, "The Mental
and Physical Traits of Gifted Chili
dren," by Professor Terman.4 o'clock,
conference on "The Education of
Gifted Clildren," by Professor Ter-
Schoolmasters Club to Jain
Thursday, April 1-Joint session
with toe Schoolmasters'* club inthe
Natural Science building. 10 A. M.,
lecture, "Mental Tests and Vocational
Guidance," by Professor Terman. 11
A! - M., lecture, "Significant Observa-
tions and Experiences in Helping to
Provide Educational Opportunities for
Our American Expeditionary Forces in
Franc' and Occupied German Terri-
tory," by Superintendent Spaulding.
Stylus will meet at 7:45
Tuesday evening,, March 23,
Chi Omega house.
I ~1o.Men .
709 N. University'
inecial offer for March
's Charmona Face Powder
Liggett's Cocoa Butter Cold Cream
Each one of these high grade
preparations has a retal sell-
ing value of sixty cents.
We offer both for only 6oc
SSUGAR BOWL ~
109 S. MAIN ST.
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All girls in the Junior Girls' play
who have no$ their costumes are re-
quested to cone to Sarah Caswell An-
gIl hall, at 9 o'clock Saturday mofn-
ing. Samples of the costumes will be
shown at this time, material will be
'there, and needed assistance will be
'given. Bring needle and thread, and
'scissors. This is as important as any
Any University house dsiring a
.copy of the neyv house rules lately
passed may obtain same at Dean Myra
B. Jordan's office, in Barbour gymna-
Ferris Institute club will have a
banquet in Ypsilanti Saturday night,.
March 20. All members of the club
will leave on the 6:10 car that night.
_ Board qf directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock Satur-
day, March 20, in Barbour gymnas-
Dr Cabot Speaks
To Women Toda
"General Wood as Presidential Can-
didate will be the subject of an ad-
dress which Dr. Hugh Cabot of the
Medical school, will deliver !before
a meeting of the University and Ann
Arbor women and members of the fac-
ulty at 8 o'clock Monday evening in
Martha Cook building. The purpose
of the meeting will be to interest wo-
men in the candidacy of General Wood
and to explain the importance of the
primaries to them.
Dr. Cabot has been a personal friend
of General Wood for more than eight
years. He was his physician in 1911
and the two men have been friends
ever since that time. Dr. Cabot will
describe the personal rather than the
political side of the general's charact-.
The committee in charge of the
meeting Is made up of Mrs. F. R. Wal'
dron, chairman, Mrs. C. G. Parnall,
and Mrs. W. H. Faust.
COLORED COLLARS TO SHOW
CLASS OF BASKETBALL TEAMS
Lucy Hoffman, '20, has been elected
captain of the senior girls' basket-
ball team. The juniors have not as
yet elected a captain,
To distinguish the class tea~s it
has been decided to adopt the use of
different colored collars to beattach-
ed to the middy blouses. The seniors
will wear blue collars, the juniors red,
the sophomores yellow and the fresh-
man green. The captains of the re-
spective teams are to be held respon-
sible to see that these collars are
ready before the interclass games be-
"JUNIOR PARTY IS NOT A
"Junior girls should understand
that the junior lit party ag the Union
this afternoon is.not a couple affair,"
said Albert C. Jacobs, '21. "It is not
a 'mixer,' but we want the girls to
come whether they are asked or not.
Come in couples if you care to but be
sure to come. That is the main
Students Accept Appointments
Since the first of the year, a num-
ber of teaching positions have been
filled by the appointment committee,
while a number of graduating students
have accepted positions for next
Those accepting positions in Febru-
ary are: Joanna Graham, '21, Grace
Burrett, -'19, Gladys Thompson, '20,
Georgia Davis,. '20. The following
have taken positions for next year:
Dorothy M. Collier, '22, Ernest \ H.
Chapelle, '21, Laura French, '20, Lu-
cile McKenzie, '20, Helen E. Camp-
bell, '20, and Mary C. Nelson, '20.
Phone 173 315 S. State St.
Cream of Green Peas
NEW SPRING MODELS
NOW ON DISPLAY,
210 SOUTH MfAIN STI.EET'
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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUE Y
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 8. State
J. L. CHAPMAN
113 SOUTH MAIN STREET
f 12 to 2 P. M. Price $1.00
A la Carte Service 5 P.M. to 7 P.M
Steaks, Chops, Hot Club Sand-
wiches, Salads. Etc.
Roast Surloin of Beef, Brown Gravy
Fricassed Chicken with Biscuits
Asparagus Tips on Toast
Cherry Pie Raisin Pie
Pineapple Cream Sherbet
Tea Coffee Milk
War tax 3c-
-War tax 3C
DSILL'S REXALL DRUG
210 S. MAIN ST.
Quarry u and
I - Fine large rooming
Perfect condition. Rare op.-
ty for fraternity or .club
Box A, Michigan Daily.
F-Beautiful evening gown
3 at a bargain. Call at 10
E--Two large new' ostriche
ust the thing for the J-Hop.
E-Three May Festival coo-
Call Cashier at Daily Office.
LOST-Large 'black, imitation leather
note book, .Irving Pitt make. Con-
tain's important economics notes.
Please call 1906-J.
LOST-Five dollar bill on State St.
betWeen Huron and S. University or
at Dental clinic Wednesday after-
noon. Reward. Please call 413-W.
L2OST-Alp a Gamma Rho pin, 'initi-
als B.. K. '16, on back. Finder
please phone' 962-J. Reward.
LOST-Ec. 2 book, Eschy's exchange
and large blue covered, notebook.
Finder call 1330-M. Reward.
FOR RENT ,
STORE FOR RENT - Ground floor
front.' Ann Arbor Press Bldg. Suit-
able'for offices. Tenant take same
all newly decorated April 1. Apply
Ann Arbor Press.
Funny Feature A t
Marguerite Cavendish, '21, repre-
sented Pierrot, and Mildred Henry,
'22, Pierrette, in their dance at the
Women's league party yesterday aft-
ernoon. A dozen girls from Hall
house then became a musical instru-
ment while Mary Griffin, '23, pulled
their "pigtails" . (variously tied with
red and green ribbons) instead of
playing he keys of a piano. The tune
they phfyed was "On the Tail of a
Helen Partlow, '23, Lorene Conley,
'23, and Florence Slawson, '22, from
I ent house gve a minstrel. It was.
introduced by a sign, "Kent House,"
with the end men reproduced. Banjo
tunes, popular southern songs, one
"solemn, number," and instructive
jokes made up their entertainment.
In one of the last the colored gossips
discussed why friend dog wags his tail
up and down and finallyndecided it
was because he was born in West
hall and didn't have room to wag it
Marion Ackley Visiting Friends Here
Marion Ackley, '19, of Detroit came
to Ann Arbor today for a week-end
visit with friends.
The Michigan Daily, the -only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
SALESMEN WANTED-Factory re-
built tires are in great demand; at-
tractive proposition submitted upon
application; estimated commissions
about $100 weekly to start; territory.
assigned men who can produce; only
histleri need apply. , Necessary that
you iuare the use of an Automobile.
EASTMAN RUBBER WORKS, Inc.,
213 W. 40th St.,
New York City.:
WILL THE Person whom I saw tak-
ing money from a coat in the shop
locker room Thursday afternoon,
leave same at the Daily office, box
W. R., where owner -can call for it.
Otherwise your identity will be pub-
-Gibson 10andolin in per-
lition. Call 2173-R.
E-Four coupons for May
C-Three May Festival cou-
c-Two May Festical cou-
-A. comfortable, warm sun-
on ground floor in a quite
ome. Willing to pay well.
es exchanged. Address,
S. S.,, care Michigan Daily.
-At once cook for table. of
rood wages. Phone 1399.
FOR RENT-One double room. 603 E.
Washington St. Phone 2522-M. One
block from campus. Reasonable.
FOR RENT-A suite with hot and cold
water. Phone 907-R. One block
from the campus.
WANTED-A Japanese student wants
good furnished room near campus.
Answer 821 Huron St.
Texas Helium Plant Nears Completion
Fort Worth, Texas, March 19.-A
great helium plant from which the
United States government hopes to ob-
tain non-inflammable ga's in suffi-
cient quantities to supply its military
balloons is near completion here. In-
stallation of machinery has begun and
'it is expected the plant will be in
operation by Aug. 1, unless congress
should fail to further support the un-
dertaking. Helium is extracted from
natural gas by a secret' process.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World