i Lewis Uses Good
Slides In Lecture
PRESENTATIONS BY PLAYERS sional m1ann2er. I1ors themselves,
CHUB P RBO SUICCESSFUL The three playsa were directed and rather trying c
produced under the direction of s'tu- ly was it hard
(Continued from Page One) dent members of the Players club, when the scener
this humorous' part in truly profes- Too much canot be said for the act- climax of the fi
THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921.
t and Mrs. Burton will not be "at home" next Wednesday,
ag to the Spring Recess, the April meeting of the Senate Council will
d at 4:15 on Monday, April 18, instead of April 11. This meeting is
at the request of the President.
R. W. BUNTING.
y, College of Literature, Seience and the Arts:
eports on all students whose work is unsatisfactory are requested
liately after the spring vacation. Report cards will be found in the
lual compartments or in the upper -portion of the messenger boxes,
the Dean's 'office. JOHN R. EFFINGER, Dean.
3 Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
here will be a meeting of the Advisory Committee Friday afternoon,
8, at 4 o'clock in the Dean's office. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
ie regular weekly meeting will be held at the Union at 12:15 o'clock
MARCUS L. WARD.
Students in Engineering: .
ill have their next Assembly today, April' 7, at 9 o'clock . in
348 New Engineering building. Professor Sanders will address the
and important business will receive attention.
H. H. HIGBIE.
ie April Assembly will be held today, the 7th, at 10 a. m., in
348. Arthur L. Cross, Hudson Professor of European History, will be
eaker. A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.
nen and Sophomores:
e Health Lectures required of Freshmen will be repeated for those
ig late and as make ups in the Natural Science Auditorium at 3, 4
30 as follows:
. 1, April 20; No. 2, April 21; No. 3, April 22;,No. 4, April 25; No. 5,
N ; No. 6, April 28.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, Director.
ts from Foreign Countries:
ery person interested in taking the trip must meet me at University
loom 206, Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock or report to me before that
y. A. C. HILDNER.H
te annual election of officers will be held in Room 205' Mason Hall
With striking colored slides illus-
trating the progress existing in the
so-called backward portions of the
world, James H. Lewis, candidatesec-
retary, for the Methodist Board of
Foreign Missions, presented a lecture
filled with astounding facts concern-
ing the mechanical and economic ad-
vance made during the past few years
throughout the world. The lecture
was given under the auspices of' the
World Service department of the S. C.
A., last night in Lane hall.
After showing that modern conven-
iences are in existence and used con-
siderably in all parts of the world,
Mr. Lewis presented statistics and
slides which showed how one part of
the world is economically dependent
on the rest. The lecture was con-
cluded with a plea for better trained
men to devote their lives to assist-
ance of these people, who are in need
This lecture is one of a series which
this department of the S. C. A. pre-
sents about once a month, for the
purpose of acquainting the public with
SOPH DENTS SHOW HIGH
PERCENTAGE OF DISEASE
Results of the physical examination
given, to all sophomore dental stu-
dents before and after Christmas va-
cation show a higher average percent-
age of disease in that group than in
other groups examined in the past few
years, according to Dr. Warren E.
Forsythe, director of the University
Health service. About 150 students
were examined. Of these, 81 per cent
were found to have variously diseased
tonsils as copared with 15 per cent
of the freshman class examined last
year. Twenty per cent of these were
advised to havetheir tonsils removed
as compared with 9 per cent ,of the
freshmen. Again, 10 per cent of
the sophomores examin d were found
to have a marked trouble in breathing
as compared with 6 per cent of the
freshmen, class examined last year.
Other results shown from the recent
examinations were: 4 cases of heart
disease, 2 cases of early suspected tu-
berculosis, 1 case of bright's disease
and 5 cases in which patients were
advised to have their eyes examined
In regard to the examination, Dr.
Forsythe said, "The Health service
has always recognized the importance
of annual medical examinations as an
important means of preventing dis-
ease and maintaining good health
among the students."
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
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IT'S GOING ON
or engineers meet in room
wal banquet of Baptist guild.
ation dinner- of Monon club
al Union rehearsal, School
dlolin club rehearsal, Union.
hman, band practice, Uni.
elub., rehearsal, Union.
ting of La Sociedad His.
room 202, South Wing.%
ng club meets, "room 323,
a Nu business meeting,
oor, University hall.
ing of Kansas City club,
ing of Round-Up club, Un-
stian Science society meets
NOMINATING CO)MITTEE OF
WOMAN'S LEAGUE MEETS TODAY
The Woman's league nominating
committee will be in Barbout gym-
nasium from 4 to '5 o'clock this after-
noon to receive all petitions and sug-
gestions concerning candidates for the
V. F. W. Ball Tickets Still on Sale
In view of -the fact that but few
tickets for the V. F. W. military ball,
which will be held Friday night at the
Union, remain to be sold, it has been
requested by the committee in charge
that all ex-service men desiring to
attend the ball secure their tickets to-
day at the main desk in the Union.
The price of the tickets are $3 per
Read The Daily for Campus news.
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Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety .Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
1 dance of Richard:
V. F. W., Union.
ng tickets for V. F. W. mil-
>all Friday night, may still be
d at main desk in Union.
)ol exhibit in upper galleryq
Li Memorial hall, will be open'
hours except from 10 'to 12
om 2 to 3 o'clock Friday..
3of the IL.0. T. C. may secure
at Graham's bookstore for
rps dance which will be held
22 in Barbour gymnasium.
of officers of the A. S. M. E.
e held from 9 to 12 and from
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830 So.,State St., (Nickels Arcade)
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
today near the
To lower our stock of MEN'S FURNISHINGGOODS
by May 1st, when we move into our own building at Ran-
dolph and Wabash, Chicago, we have made a radical reduc-
WELVE CLASSES BEHIND
Treasurers of the senior and
shman law, the junior and
phomore medic, the junior and
sshman architects, the senior,
phomore, and freshman dental,
junior homoeopathic, and
junior and sophomore phar-
c classes have not yet paid the
ident council assessment for
year 1920-1921. Payment
ould be made immediately to
3 council treasurer, Thornton
Sargent, Jr., at 512 South
Men's Athletic Union Suits
Former prices up to $2.50.
Reduced to 95c each.
(all sizes, 34 to 44.)
SAMPLES NOW ON DISPLAY
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