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Of Interest to University Women$
many changes have been made. In th~e
modern language department, Prof.
Emilio Serra has been added to the
staff and the. following ,instructors
have been engaged : H. H. Britton,
T. A. McGuire, C. L Driscoll, Jose M.
Albaladejo and A. T. Jobin' Only
one man has been lost by this depart-
ment, former Instructor P. M. Molt.
Instructor R. C. Cole has been add-
ed to the descriptive geometry de-
partment and W. L. Stanton has been
II LYNDON & COMP
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The first regular monthly meeting of Mrs. Blackburn by Wednesday,
the year of the Sarah Caswell Angel 20.
hie first meeting of the Girls' Edu-
onal club will be held at 8 o'clock
lnesday evening at Martha Cook
ding. A special program is being
third tryout for Masques, the
hen's dramatic society, will be
3 at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
3arbour gymnasium, to accommod-
those who have not yet had the
ortunity to appear before the
irls who wish to see about advisory
-k may- meet with the chairman of
committee from 10 to 11 o'clock on
sdays and from, 1 to 2 o'clock on
rsdays in Dean Myra B. Jordan's
unior advisers are requested to
e their freshmen to the formal
aing of the Women's league to be
I at 3:45 o'clock Tuesday after-
n in Hill auditorium.
chapter of the D. A. R., will be held'
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Oct.
21, at the Chi Omega house. Reports
of the delegates from the recent state
conference held in Grand Rapids will
be the program for the afternoon.
Girls who desire to enter the tennis
tournament must sign the lists in Bar-
bour gymnasium before Wednesdayl
evening, in.order that matches be ar-
ranged on Thursday.
Juniors and seniors who hie sign-
ed up for hockey should report at 5
o'clock Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Barbour
gymnasium to make arrangements for
All girls who have not presented
their locker tickets to Mrs. Black-
burn should do so by Wednesday
noon, Oct. 20. This is the last chance
to-secure a locker.
Gymnasium clothes should be pre-
sented, "marked with full names, to
Flowers of Quality
213 E. LIBERTY ST.
715 N. UNIV. AVE.
PHONE 294F1= F2
Girls who left any of their gymnas-
ium clothes at Palmer field or Bar-
bour gymnasium last year can get
them from Mrs. Blackburn from 2 to 5
o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 20, or from
9 to 12 o'clock Thursday, Oct. 21.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-
men's Athletic association board and
all those who are helping on the mem-
bership campaign at 5 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Senior advisers must see that all
their advises get to the formal open-
ing of the Women's leage at 4 o'clock
today in the Women's league rooms in
Residents of Martha Cook dormitory
were hostesses Sunday evening to for-
eign women students, advisers, Uni-
veristy Y. M. C. A. secretaries, and'
a number of invited guests. Profes-
sor Bowen, of .the School of Music,
led in a sing, and several of the for-
eign students present entertained with
songs and speeches.
P.rogram Announced for Athena Meet
The regular meeting of the Athena
Literary society will be held at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday evening in the Alpha
Nu rooms in University hall. The
program of the evening will consist
in three minute talks on the proposi-
tion, "Resolved, That a parliamentary
form of government should be adopted
by the United States."
Newberry Entertains Betsy Barbour
Helen Newberry residence enter-
tained the girls of Betsy Barbour
house at7 o'clock supper Sunday eve-
ning. Following this a short program
of readings and piano selections was
given by some of the hostesses.
NUEROUS CHANGES IN
Many new men have been added to
the roster of the University faculty
and a fairly large number of men
have given up their positions with the
University for various reasons.
In the Romance languages depart-!
ment a large number of last year's
men are missing. Prof. H. D. Austin
is no longer on the faculty and the
following instructors have resigned
or are on leave of absence: Mr. H. C.
Barnett, Mr. R. H. Bonilla, Mr.
Charles Bratt, Mr. George Bratt,
Mr. B. S. D'Ooge, Mr. O. K.
Lundebrg, Mr. Stephen Scatori, and
Mr. Karl Shedd. New men in this de-
partment are Instructors Caesar Bar-
ja, Michael Bennet, Charles Garry) J. B.
Cloppet, De Flippis, Nelson Eddy, R.
H. Hering, H. Hootkins, James Kerr,
J. H. Muyskens, W. F. Patterson, Rus-
sell Purnell, and E. E. Rovillain.
Many Medic Changes
In the Medical school, Dr. C. G.
Darling, Dr. I. D. Loree, Dr. C. H.
Marshall, and Dr. C. L. Washburn have
resigned their positions on the fac-
ulty and the following men have been
added to the teaching staff of that
college: Dr. Le Roy Abbott, Dr. John
Alexander, Dr. F A. Coller, Dr. Philip
Hadley, and Dr. Frank Wilson. The
reason for the changes in this de-
partmnt is that under the new sys-
tem the instructors are required to
devote their entire time to Universit-
work whereas formally only part
time was required in some instances.
In the Homoeopathic hospital the
University has lost Dr. R. H. Criswell
and Dr. J. D. Van Scoich both of
whom have returned to private prac-
tice. Dr. J. A. W. Johnson has been
promoted from the rank of assistant
to that of instructpr, and the follow-
ing new men have been assigned duty
in this department: Dr. L. J. Boyd,
assistant professor; Instructors Dr.
P. G. Hanna, Dr. Harvey Wynn, and
H. F. Closz, and Assistants Dr. Nels
Olson and Dr. J. K. Durling. Dr. G.
W. Boericke, formerly an instructor,
has been made an assistant professor.
In the English department, no loss-
es are recorded and only two new
men have been added to the faculty,
these being Instructors Kemp Keena
and Carl L. Bahlstron.
The following new instructors have
been added to the rhetoric depart-
ment: Messrs J. R. Adams, F. K.
Mitchell, G. C. Quinnell, and A. G.
Bouchard. Only five of last year's
staff in this department are gonel They
are Instructors H. A. Donnelly, J. A.
Yager, C. D. Willson, and E. G. Gor-
In the engineering college, a good
Two new men are on the mechanic-
al engineering faculty, Instructors G.
A. Morley and C. F. Kessler. Mr. K.
W. Legg, has resigned from this de-
Mr. G. R. Anderson and Mr. E. E.
Dresse are new men on the electrical
engineering faculty and Messers. P. H.
Evans, G. A. Pomeroy, L. W. Brun-
son, and H. L. Ballard have resigned.
In the chemical engineering depart-
ment, Messers. J. C. Geniesse and G.
G. Brown have been given positions,
and Messers. F. P. Zimmerli and A.
F. Wendler have resigned.
In the engineering shops Messers.
Benjamin Taylor, H. A. Rea, and A.
L. Beaclr are new men; in the survey-
ing department Messers. T. J. Mitch-
ell and H. J. McFarland are new men;
in the engineering mechanics depart-
ment, Prof. C. T. Olmsted is new; in
the civil engineering department Mr.
L. C. Pope is new; and in the archi-
tectural college,. Instructors Newman
and Odell are new.
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ANTED--A room-n'ate to share nice
large room, $4 a piece. Inquire 403
E. Washington. Phone 1463-M.
ANTED-Two roomers at 606 Oak-
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)R SALE-New Fox portable type-
writer, $50. Also one used portable
Blickendorfer, $10. Phone Marston,
1951-R, 555 Packard.
)R SALE-Small Victor Phonograph
in good condition. Call Clark, 408
Thompson St. Phone 1741-W.
)R SALE-Cheap, Indian Motorcy-
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)R SALE-- Buick Roadster--first
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST--Wed. on either tennis court 11
cr 12, brown slip-on sweater. Name,
on inido. Finder please commun-'
icate with J. B. Neely, 921 Ann St.
E Phone 354-J.
LOST-A pair; of glasses enclosed in
lsaender case. Please return to
Dora Harris, 209 S. Ingalls, 849-R.
LOST - Pearl Beads-Tuesday-be-
t.ween Mary St. and campus. Re-
turn to Secretary's office or call
1313 J. Rew rd.
LOST--Jecveed Theta Chi pin. Name'
'Stegga." on back. Reward. 1351
Washtealaw, Phone 2738. Howard
ix1ST-- Bunch of keys at or after
game Saturday. Finder please re-
turn to 336 E. Washington St. Re-
LOST-A Delta Delta Delta sorority
pin. Nihe on back. Return to 4331
Mnynard St. Reward.
LOST-The first week in Oct., on Mon-
roe, E. Univ., Willard, or Church
Sts., blue silk dress. Phone 1492-W.
LOST-Gold cuff link Sunday night on
Ingalls St., near campus. Finder,
please call 2363-M after 5:30 P. M.
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FOR RENT-Double or single room.
Private famify of three, $4 single.
$6 double. Phone 1588-J.
FOR RENT-One pleasant, well furn-
ished double room, vapor heat. $3.50
each. 415 N. Division, Phone 320-J.
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