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THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

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FOREIGN STUDENT IN PARIS
B Life of Foreign Students in
will be the subject of a lecture
given in French by Mr. MichaelI
ent of the French department
> o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
203, Tappan hall. Because of
ct that he is a graduate of the
rsity of Paris and has had am-
portunity to note the life of the
t in -France, Mr. Pargment is
o be well fitted to lecture on
-pic,
address is one of this year's
being given under the auspices
Cercle Francais. It takes the
of the one which was originally
led to be delivered by Prof.
s B. Vibbert of the philosophy
;went.
VA CLUB TO HOLD
OPEN 31EETING TONIGHT
women who are interested in
mneva Y. W. C. A. conference will

hold an important meeting at 7:30
o'clock tonight in Lane hall. A moving
picture depicting a typical da/at the
camp will be shown. Geneva camp
songs will be sung and-several of the
girls who have attended a conference
will tell of their experiences. The con-
ference this year will be held from
Aug. 23 to Sept. 2.
Betsy Barbour Governors Meet
The board of governors of Betsy
Barbour house held a meeting yester-
day morning. Members of this board
in attendance were Mrs. A. W. Diack,
of Detroit, Mrs. Julius 0. Schlotter-
beck, Mrs. John R. Effinger, and Dean
Myra B. Jordan.
NO DAILY DURING VACATION
The Daily will cease publica-
tion until after the Spring vaca-,
tion with, the issue of Friday,
April 8.

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ment means more
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DNTED¢ CLOTING cGOES
TO SCHOOL IN MOUNTAINS
In response to a call from Cross-j
more school in the Kentucky moun-
tains, the Women's league is plan-I
ring to send a boxxof clothing to the
school shortly after spring vacation.
Worn garments, hats, shoes, gloves,
and pieces of cloth are all acceptable,
and may be placed in the box in Bar-
bour gymnasium, or given to the stew-
ardesses of sorority houses and dormi-
tories.
The hats and various articles of
cloting will be taken to pieces, reno-
vated, made over in a different style
and sold. "the girls in the dressmak-
ing and millinery courses will thus be
enabled to see just how the garments
were made, and will receive training
in sewing during the remaking proc-
ess. The money obtained fom the sale
of the articles which the girls have
made over will be used toward paying
the expenses of the school.
Donations may be made either be-
fore or shortly after spring vacation.
Harriet Gustin, '22, and Louise Gra-
ham, '23, are in charge of the work.
DR. SHELDON WILL ADDRESS
EIYSICS COLLOQUIUIII TODAY
Dr. H. H. Sheldon will address the
Physics colloquium at 4:20 o'clock
this afternon on the subject, "The Ab-
sorption of Gases by Charcoal'.
The physics colloquium, an organi-
zation of mmbers of the physics fac-
ulty and graduate physicsystudents,
holds weekly discussions in room' 202
of the physics building to which all
interested persons are nvited.
Today's paper will be about a sub-
je t with which Dr. Sheldon is sin-
gularly familiar as he was engaged in
research work on gas absorption dur-
ing the war and was under the direc-
tion of the Gas Defense board. He
will discuss the theories of charcoal
absorption and the results of his re-
search and investigation at the meet-
ing this afternoon..
ART INSTITUTIONS HAVE
PRODUCTIONS ON EXHIBIT
The Rhode Island School of Design,
the Pennsylvania School of Industrial
Design, Pratt Institute of Brooklyn,
and the Art School of the Boston Mu-
seum of Fine Arts are represented in
a collection of drawings and paint-
ings now on exhibit in the upper gal-
lery of Alumni Memorial hall.
The exhibits were brought here by
Miss Goodison, chairman of the Art
Section of the Schoolmasters' club, for
the meeting last week and through her
courtesy will be shown all this week,
except from 10 to 12 and from 2to 4
o'clopk Wednesday and Friday after-
noons.
IDELEGATE CHOSEN FOR
PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE
Elsa Oisen, '23, will be sent as a
delegate of the local Panhellenic to a
conference to be held on April 8 and
9 in Bloomington, Ill. Representatives
of similiar organizations from colleges
and universities in Kentucky, Illinois,
Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan are to at-
tend the meeting.
Rotary Club Will be Guests of Honor
Members of the- Rotary club will be
-the guests of the Conopus club at a
dinner to be given in the assembly
hall of the Union at 6 o'clock Thurs-
day evening: Dean E. H. Kraus, as

president of the Conopus club, will act
as chairman, while Prof. F. N. Scott,
of the rhetoric department, will be
toastmaster.
Mianesota Abandons Honor System
The honor system in the literary
college of the university of Minnesota
will be discontinued indefinitely, ac-
cording to a vote by the student coun-
cil there. The council says that the
discovery and trial of a large 'number
of "cribbing" cases during the last ex-
aminations was responsible for the ac-
tion.
Hospital Employe Killed lia Fall
Timothy O'Brien, 58, of Detroit,
died Saturday from the effects of a
fall from the fourth floor of the new
University hospital, where he was em-
ployed. He was to have completed
his work at noon, when he expected
to r eturn to his home in Detroit. Bur-
ial will be in Bethlehem cemetery.
Styuis Members to Hear Prof. Scott
Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric
department, will address the members
of Stylu s at their regular meeting at
7:39 o'clockc tonight at the Delta Gam-
ma house.
Use Classified advertising and sell
lour miscellaneous articles.---Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-AAdv.

WIomen
Miigan Dames will hold an im-
portant business meeting at 8 o'clock
tonight in Newberry hall. All mem-
bers have been requested to attend.
Girls trying out for the indoor meet
should take their apparatus examina-
tions today.
Pledges for the Doctor Sargent
campaign are due and are pay-
able at Newberry hall.
Social service workers are needed
at the University hospital. Anyone
wishing to do this work may sign up
between 2 and 5 o'clock any afternoon
at Newberry hall.
All girls who are interested in go-
ing to the Geneva Y. W. C. A. con-
ference are urged to attend a meeting
which will be held at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in Lane hall.
Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha
Nu looms.
University Girls' Glee club will re-
hearse at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
All juniors who depositedj money
with Caroline Leonard, '22, for the
Junior Girls' play, may obtain a re-
bate from 4 to 5 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium.
The annual indoor gymnasium meet
wilt be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. at Barbour gymnasium.
Spectators are invited to attend.
An important meeting of 'freshman
lits will be held at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon in University Hall.
The Women's Athletic association
board vill meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the Caryatides house.
Lightweight igported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. ild & Co., State St.-
Adv. )
SICE CREAM*
TOBACCO
CANDY
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NEVERYTHING
Ask
Grubaugh
"pap's Place
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Evanston-Chicago
SUIMER SESSION
OntheShoreofLakeMi
The University Campus (ahalf-hour's ride
north of the city of Chicago) extends for
nearlya mile along the shorof Lake Mich-
igan~ Boating available, bathing beaches
fight on,,the Campus. tennis courts and
gymnasiutmnear. Dormitories for men
and women. Organized excursions to inter-
eting points in and near Chicago and lake
trips toother cities on Lake Michigan. Lec-
tures, concerts, recitals and dramatic per.
formnances on the -Campus.
THE COLLEE OF LIBERAL ArT-Couses
leading to B.. and B.A. degrees. Reular
college subjectsaincluding courses inZooogy,
Chemistry and hysics for pre medcal stu
dents. Nine semesterhourso fcredit obtain-
able. Eight weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE-Coures
leading to the degrees Bachelor of Science i
Commerce Masterof Business Administration
and Certifed Public Accountant. Courses in
Accounting. Advertising Finance Business '

Organization. Sales managemctory
Management, etc. Special trips of inspection
to factories, bank and stoe~n hcao Nine
semester hours f credit obtainable. Eight
weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION-Coursed
leading to B.S. B.A.,M.A and Ph.D.degrees,
with special diploma in E~ducation. Profes-
sional courses for high school teachers, ele.
mnentary teaches, city superintendents? high
school principal, proessors of Education ia
normal schools and colleges, and educational
leaders. Nine semester hours of credit ob-
tainable. Eight weeks' course.
THE LAW SCHOOL - John RI. Wigmtore,
&han. Classes conducted in the city of Chi-'
cago. Courses leading to the degrees of Juris
Doctor andLL.B. Summer Faculty contains
judges of state supreme courts of Illinois.,
North Dakota, Mississippi 'and Washington.
Fourteen hours of credit obtainable. Ten
weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Petor C. Lutkin
Dean. Courses in Public School Music and
Piano Normal Methods with demonstration
classes. Private instruction in Piano, Voice,
Organ. Violin Cello; class instruction in Har-
mony, Musical Analysis, Ear-Training, Solfeg.
gia. Six weeks' course. '-
THE SCHOOL' OF ORATORY - Ralph D.
Dennis, Director. Courses leading to B.S. and
B.A. degrees, or diplomas in Oratory.. Class
work and private instruction for teache of
Public Speaking, for teachers of Englsh nd
for professional and amateur readers and
speakers who want greater platforin kil1 and'
power, Courses in Debate and Public Speak.
ins for college students. 'Ten hours of credit
obtainable. Eight weeks' course.
THE DRAOUATE SCHOOL-Cou esleading
tyM.A. and Ph. D. degrees. Unusual library
facilities in Evanston and Chicago. Nine hours
of credit obtainable.
Courses open Monday, June 27, 1921.
For book of Campus views and detailed
description of courses address
J-~ALTER DILL SCOTT, President
23g7 University Hall, Evanston, Illinois-

UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS WANTED
to sell rowboat motors now and-
during vacation. Can be han-
died on the side if desired. Best
opportunity for those who will
be in or near summer resorts.
Commission is liberal. Highest
grade rowboat motor manufac-
tured. Direct factory supervis-
ion and sales instruction.
The Caille Perfection Motor Co.
Detroit, Micr.

WEEK-END

FOR QUALITY, FLAVOR AND PUR"

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Call 2738
and 7:15

SELL BRUSHES
During Spring Vacation
Free Training
akeGood M'oney

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It's becoming from every
on everyone.

vu will look good
in a Priscilla Dean Tam. You can get-it in
your favorite color, to harmonize with
any costume. What color do you prefer?
Come in and try one on.
Mack & Co.

You will wonder
how you ever got
along without a
Priscilla Dean Tam
-you'll find it ap-
propriate for almost
any, informat occa-
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certainly enhance
y our appearance.
It's the i d e a l hat
for general wear-
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AL.OSES
ADVEAriSING AT 3 Pel.a

)Z~wojc/he :Perfed Aouthpiece
Men who know pipe satisfaction
will tell you that they prefer
REDMANOL to any other
mouthpiece because it has just
the rig t feel on the teeth.
REDMANOL is as transparent and beau-
tiful as, amber; but stronger.Modern
science has made it tasteless and odorfess.
Whether you are buying; a cigarette
holder, a cigar holder, or a "jimmy" pipe,
ask your dealer to show you one with a
REDMANOL bit.
All Shapes-All Prices
If yourlocal dealer doesn't carry REDMANOL
pipes and holders send us his name and address.
Redmanol Chemical Products Co.
657 West 22nd Str

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LOST AND FOUND
'-Between N. Ingalls and 12th1
, a Phi Sigma Kappa pin with
ne Gridley on back. Findler please
909.- Reward. 130-3
'-Pair shell-rimmed glasses Sat-
lay evening between Glen Ave.
lState St., on Catherine. Re-
d. Call 2251-J. 130
-Theta Delta Chi pin. Satur-
night, name D. W. Nelson on
k. - Box F. L. E., Daily office.
130-3
FOR SALE
SALE-18 ft Mullins Canoe, cost
5last fall, only used several
es. A real bargain at $90. J. B.
ek, 1508-W. 836 E. University. 13

FOR BENT
FOR RENT - Very plasant suite.
Light on three sides and a porch,
Two blocks rom campus, 815, East
Huron. 124-9
-FOR RENT-Very good piano at rea-
sonable rate. Call Miss G raham,~
2730. 130-
WANTED
WA ED - Two students to -worl
through spring vacation. A too
proposition for reA1 workers. (Call
in person. Stofflet's New' St'nd.
110 S. Wash. 13 -'
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-The most wonderful summer
furs and chokers being sold at sur-
prisingly low prices at Zwerdlin's'
Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. 217 E.
Liberty St. 130-41

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