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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

more Women
Tea Dansant

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A tea dansant for sophomore wom-
will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock
is afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
Us is the first gathering of this kind
at the class has had this year.-
The party will begin with a grand

march, music for which will be fur-
nished by a four. piece orchestra.
Among other attractions will be re-
freshments, games, and circle two-
steps.
The chaperones will be: Mrs. John
R. Effinger, Mrs. Arthur G. Hall, Miss
Marguerite Chapin, Miss Martha S.
Hills, and Miss Eleanor Sheldon.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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Grad Describes
French Schools
Kennetha Berry, '19, studying in
Paris on a French scholarship is "dis-
covering Paris bit by bit," and in ad-!
dition to her regular courses holding
"an hour of conversation a day with1
one of the mistresses" of the school'
in which she is studying, according to
a letter received from her recently'
by Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Miss Berry received her master of
arts degree in French here last year,
but in telling. of her work abroad,.
modestly expresses her belief that she
will actually learn French before she
gets through. "It is a fearfully bad
influence-this being able to get along
almost everywhere with English and
a few gestures," she says.
She describes the school buildings
as contrary to custom, very modern'
and well built, but inferior to Amer-'
ican schools in organization admin-
istration and instruction. She terms
the method of instruction "parrot,
like," adding, however, that "when
they have finished their courses, there
is a certain amount of material that is
drilled into them that they never could
forget."
Miss Berry, who is living with fourt
other American girls, writes that they
have graduated from the use of their
"yard square map of the city to be
perused at every corner," but, de-
scribes the Paris traffic as really dis-
maying.
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News From The Other Colleges
Wisconsin - The state hospital partment of the University of Nevada
soon to be erected on the campus at has nearly completed the exploration
the University of Wisconsin will be of a cave in Nevada, sealed up by
the largest building there. The cost nature 3,000 years ago. It contains

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is estimated at $600,000, and will be
operated in connection with the med-
ical school.
Johns Hopkins - A course in the
psychology of music has been an-
nounced. The course will cover theI
psychology of hearing, the psycho-
logical principle underlying melody.
harmony and rhythm and the musical
art work.
Indiana-Eight hundred and eighty-
four courses are offered at Indiana
university this year. The new school
of commerce and finance opened with
a large enrollment. Difficulty in re-
taining faculty members has been ap-
parently due to the salaries paid.
Columbia-Miyo Kohashi has been
studying journalism at Columbia uni-
versity. She is the first Japanese
woman to edit a woman's page in her
own country.
New York - Along with the new
graduate school of business adminis-
tration at New York university a bu-
reau of business research has been
established. This bureau will place
the facilities of the school at the serv-
ice of the business men and public
officials.
Syracuse-Steps have been taken
to biuld new dormitories to house the
women at Syracuse university. Ac-
commodations provide %or 1,000 at
present and over 1,000 are quartered
in private homes.

relics of what is believed to be the
ancient race from which the Ameri-
can Indians sprang.
Woman 's Freedoiz
Again Attacked
Another attack has been made on
the freedom of the individual. Legis-
lation for the detriment of a class of
society is impending. The Massa-
chusetts Osteopathic society has pro-
posed a bill forbidding women to wear
heels more than one and one-half
inches in height. Now is the time for
all small women to rise-at least as
high as possible-and protest against
this violation of one of their choicest
perogatives.
The advocates of this law give as
one of their reasons the fact that wo-
men have equal suffrage. Such an
argument! Women wanted suffrage to
add to their rights not to curtail them.
Even though voting may have caused
a demand for hats a size larger, the
most bitter opponent has never claim-
ed that it would increase the height.
Tall ones as well as short ones are
patrons of the high heel. All should
and will object to this law, but the
leaders in the war against this viola-
ation of personal rights, should be the
girls who answer the qualification for
quality in the quotation: "Good things
come in small quantities."
Expect to Complete Donation Today
All of the 6,000 volumes donated to
the University by the Tappan Pres-
byterian association are expected to
be received by the Library today. So
far, more than 45 cases of books have
been transported.
Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. Q. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.

STATE RATES LESS
THAN INTERSTATE
Students going home this Christmas
may in many cases save considerable
money by heeding the interstate dom-
merce commission ruling, authorizing
an increase in the rates for interstate
journeys. Certain states, among them
Michigan and Ohio, have not made
corresponding increases in the rates
for journeys wholly within the state.
For example, a student going to Cin-
cinnati may purchase a ticket from
Ann Arbor to Toledo, and at the latter
station, a second ticket from Toledo
to Cincinnati for a total sum several
dollars less than a cost of a through
Likewise, the fare from Ann Arbor
ticket from Ann Arbor to Cincinnati.
to an upper peninsula destination is
considerably cheaper by the wholly
intra-Michigan route by way of Mack-
inaw City than by way of Chicago, an
interstate route. Pullman service will
be provided to many upper peninsula
points.
Only 65 Pay Swimming Pool Fees
In spite of the fact that more than
115 girls have signed up for swim-
ming at the city Y. W. C. A., only 65
have paid fees. It is necessary that
at least 50 more girls make payments
at once if the swimming is to begin
next week.
The required amount is $4 for mem-
bers of the Women's Athletic asso-
clation and $5 for non-members. This
money may be paid from 3 to 5
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Ncw Is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.
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Cover designs for .the program of'
the Junior Girls' play must be sent
to Harriet Gustin, '22, 1520 South Un-
iversity avenue, before Dec. 17. Lyrics
are due on the same date so that the
girls can work on the music during
vacation.
Girls who have uncompleted toys
in the Y. W. C. A. toy shop are urged
to finish their work this week.
All those who have signed up for
the playground course should report
at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon if
they intend to report at all. If less
than 30 attend, the course will be dis-
continued.
This will be the last week to enter
the elective course in gymnasium
work.
The judiciary council of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 5 o'clock
this afternoon in the parlors in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
The organization of presidents of
University houses will meet to elect,
officers and conduct other business
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-
tory department, will address the open
forum, at 4:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Newberry hall, on the sub-
ject "The New Europe." Discussion
will be conducted by Helen Koch, '21,
chairman of the "International Serv-
ice" forum group.
The fifth hygiene lecture will be
held at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Tickets for the sophomore tea dan-
sant may be purchased from 8 to 12
o'clock this morning at University
hall; also, at the door.
Fees for the use of the city Y. W.
C. A. swimming pool may be paid
from 3 to 5 o'clock this afternoonain
Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of the
Women's Athletic association board at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house.
The banquet for Presbyterian wom-
en students which was to be held
Thursday evening at Newberry hall
has been postponed. The date will
be announced later.
The meeting of Stylus has been
postponed until 8 o'clock Dec. 14,
at the Chi Omega house.

Nevada - The archaeological de-
A CHECK FOR CHRISTMAS
OFFERED FOR UNIQUE IDEAS
Did you earn money toward your
college expenses last summer, or do'
you have any unique ideas as to stunts
for parties and entertainments? If
you have done anything original along
either of these lines there's a chanci
to give others the benefit of your
knowledge and receive a chek for
Christmas, according to letters re-
ceived at the office of the dean of
women from the Ladies' Home Jour-
nal, and kept there for any women
interested.
"We are anxious to learn, first, of
dignified ways in which girls earn
money toward their college expens-
es, and second, about their parties.
Atunts and entertainments," they say.
"It is not necessary to write an ar-
ticle, for the ideas are the important
thing and may be presented with full
details in a personal letter addressed
to the editor."
Gilbet's and MarthakWashington
(t-ndies for Xmas. Packed for mail-
ing. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
S.-Adv.

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The Place Where You
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Look It-
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the Very Soul
of Humanity

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LOST-Black leather notebook with
name Bernadette Cote engraved on
outside. Finder please return to
Betsy Barbour House office. 13
LOST-Polyphase Duplex Slide Rule.
Case marked with A and two stars.
W. Chamberlin, 332 Maynard. Phone
1376-R. 53-3
LOST-Gold ring in gym in wrestling
or boxing room. Inscription, L. I.
B., rather worn. Call 1797. Re-
ward. , 55-3
LOST-A Delta Upsilon fraternity pin
with diamond center and pear bord-
er. Reward of $10. Call 502 E.
Madison. Phone 184. 55-3
LOST-Alpho Rho Chi fraternity pin.
Initials A. P. X. Finder please call
1366. Reward.' H. R. Stanley. 54-2
LOST - Theta Phi Alpha pin with
name on back. Call 1700. Reward.
54-2
LOST-Fountain pen. Name engrav-
ed on gold band. Call 1058-R. 55-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - New pair of cordovan
brogue oxfords. Size 7. Worn very
few times. Cost $17, will sell for
$11. Box B. L., Daily. 54-2
FOR SALE - New set of Richtor
Drawing Instruments. M. Williams,
723 Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
FOR SALE - Banjo-mandolin and
case. Will sell cheap. Call 1201
between 7_ and 8 P. M. 53-3
FOR SALE-Hand made banners, pen-
nants, and pillows. 1341 Wilmont.
Phone 2384-M. 55-6
FOR SALE-Tenor banjo and case.
Fine condition. Call 1153, G. Hag-
grman. 56-6

Fru IRENTJ
FOR RENT-Room with south and
east exposure, steam heat. Also
roommate wanted for another room.
Phone 1194-M. 53-3
FOR RENT-Apartment, two rooms
and kitchennette-running hot and
cold water. Steamheat. Mr. Leith,
203 S. Thayer St. 54-6
FOR RENT-Large suite half block
from campus, suitable for business
people or students. Call 1724=M. 55-1
GARAGE for rent at 524 Linden St
Call or phone 2328-J. 53-3
TWO WEEKS room rent free to stu-
dent, for particulars call 936-W or
723 Oakland. 54-3
WANTEDi
WANTED-Six students for exclusive
occupancy of 2nd floor in new home
second semester. Two meals and
room for $8.00 per week. Phone
2522-J. Mrs. L. B. Bebout. 55-3
WANTED-Roommate, 214 S. Thayer;
one-half block ftm Campus. Phone
1083-M. 53-3
WANTED-A student to share a front
suite at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
sonable. Phone 1565-J. 53-5
MISCELLANEOUS
$15 REWARD offered to anyone as-
certaining as to whereabouts of a
man's brown leather overcoat, beav-
er collar and belt, stolen from
Chemistry building on Nov. 30. Call
1830-J. 53-3
HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old,
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will;
call at your convenience. 50-12

DEL GRENNAN

CUSTOM TAILOR

Satisfaction

Tuxedoes

Evening Clothes
Golf Suits

White Flannel Vests
Riding Breeches
Knickers

Freshmen are requested to pay their
social tax of 50 cents either at Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office in Barbour
gymnasium or to Helen Delbridge, '24,
at Helen Newberry residence.
GTRLS ATTENTTON! Rain wter
4hampoos, marcel waving. manfeiir-
ng, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at Mrs. . R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S University. side entrance.
Phone 696-W.--Adv.
Gilbert's and Martha Washington
candies for Xmas. Packed for mai#-
;ng. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
St.-Adv.

Place Your Orders Now for Christmas Delivery

14 Nickels Arcade

Telephone 152-R

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