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LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers ¢
One half block South
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MEATS
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Conrteous and satisfactory
TI tEATMENT to every custom-
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or small.
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Won IIdand 'Nru9, $625.0t{)w0?
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CENTURY MARKET

218 N. MAIN

Christmas Goods

lig Graduating
Class Looked For
"More seniors, will graduate next
spring than ever before," said Reg-
istrar Arthur G. Hall yesterday. "The'
tentative list of graduates recently
posted, together with the constant ad-
dition of names, shows that the class
of 1921 will be unusua«lly large."
A tentative list of possible members
of the class was posted last week in
the registrar's office, and many names
have been added to the list since that
time.
Many seniors have conferred with
the assisant registrar regarding their
credits on the basis of the notification
cards recently mailed out to every
member of the class of '21.
NEWARK CTLUB TO OJWANIZE
DRIVE FOR SWIMMINGP OOL
With the view of systematizing the
subscription work for the Union pool
drive in. Newark and the immediate
vicinity during the Christmas vaca-
tion, members of the Greater Newark
club will hold a special meeting at
7:30 o'clock Friday night in room 302
of -the Union.
A campaign committee has already
been appointed, and a chart of the
city has been divided into sections in
proportion to'the number of solicitors.
This will provide separate sections
for each member to canvass, and will
prevent overlapping of districts. All
men from New Jersey who are not
members of the organization are in-
vited to attend the meeting, and aid
in the plans of the club to help make
the Union pool campaign successful.
Prof. Whipple Speaks on Mental Tests
Prof. G. M. WhiNpple of the educa-
tional department gave a brief talk
before the Research club Wednesday
night in which he told, of ef pilency
tests which are being used in deter-
mining the pupils who are able to do
advanced work in certain subjects. He
stated that it is possible by the effi-
ciency tests to make an accurate se-
lection on the basis of ability.

ALL SENIOR SMOKER PLAN
OF COIBINED CO3MITTEES

Now on Display

The entertainment committees of
the senior lits and the senior engi-
neers have collaborated in making
plans for an All-senior smoker to be
held Thursday, Jan. 13, in the assem-
bly hall at the Union.
Pres. Marion L. Burton; Dean John
R. Effinger, and Dean Mortimer E
Cooley will be the principal speakers
of the evening. Entertainment, in-
cluding an orchestra led by George
Rogers, '21E, will be provided in addi-
tion to the usual smokes and refresh-
ments.
Although the arrangements are be-
ing made by the lits and the' engineers
the affair will be open to all seniors on
the campus.
PROF. EDMONDSON RECOMMENDS
CHANGES IN ATHLETIC POLICY
Prof. J. B. Edmondson of the Uni-
versity educational department, said
during a recent interview that changes
are badly needed in the athletic policy
throughout the state. He thinks that
the state association ought to provide
a set of rules which meet the needs
of interscholastic athletics, to place
the interpretation and enforcement of
these rules in the bands of a perma-
nent commission, and to gi"e this body
power to suspend all schools which in-
sist on breaking the rules.
UNIVERSITIES IN SOUTH
AMERICA TO BE DISCUSSED
"South American Universities" is
the subject C. 3. Eswald, general sec-
retary of the Y. M. C. A. in South
America, will speak on at 8 9'clock
tonight at the Cosmopolitan club meet-
ing in Lane hall auditorium.
Mr. Eswald, who is said to be an
authority on the subject, has resided
in South America and has studied stu-
dent life in that country. The Cosmo-
nolitan club extends a cordial invita-
tion to all interested to attend the
lecture and social gathering.

Pres. Vurton, Dean Effinger,
Cooley -AmongPrincipal
Speakers

Dean

"No one knows where fashions will go in years
but judging by the past and present, we should not
see the white waistcoat entirely supplant the black
with the dinner coat, among particular people.

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expect
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WHICH IS PROPER-?
WHITE OR BLACK DRESS WAISTCOAT
WITH TUXEDO SUIT

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Ivory Toilet Articles, Perfumes,
Safety Razors, Cameras,
Stationery, Manicure Sets

This question has been asked of us several times in the last
few days and we are printing the opinion of one who is an
authority on dress wear.

We know, and have recorded the fact, that in the larger
cities, particularly, the younger set is partial to the white waist--
coat for such usage. This is a fad, and it cannot be called
inicorrect because it preserves the black-and-white scheme. But
the dinner coat is the founge jacket of evening, and when one
wears with it the white waistcoat, tie-and gloves and the-poke
collar, he is not only mixing the-schemes of dress, but adopting
the accessories of dignity for usage to which they are unsuited.
We regard the effect as more "snappy and would bein-
clined to approve it for towns in which the dinner coat is used
for quite formal events. This observation, however, does not
justify giving it place in the Correct Dress Chart, which is
based upon the most approved practice among.those who are
both conservative and discriminating. .

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