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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY MEMBERS
READ PAPERS AT CONVENTION
The Amercian Psychology associa-
tion held is annual convention Dec.
28, 29, and 30 in Chicago. Discussions
of tests which have been made dur-
ing the past year occupied the main
part of the meetings.
Papers were read by Prof. John F.
Shepard, of the psychology depart-

ment of the University, and Martha
Guernsey, '19. Prof. Walter B. Pills-
bury was chosen a member of the re-
search council.
An unusually large attendance of
approximately 175 delegates was pre-
sent at the convention.
Use tne advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor;p buyers.-Adv.

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News From The Other Colleges

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TYPEWRITERS
For Rent or Sale
Typewriting Done
Mulitgraphing
- HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
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Ames-Another fraternity -at Ames,
the T. L. B. (tall long boy), elected
six lanky six-footers as pledges from
the national fraternity membership in
State- college recently. In this con-
nection it might be stated that Lamb-
da Tau Rho, honorary red head fra-
ternity, recently pledged seven men at
the University of Illinois. A crimson
ribbon is the emblem of membership.
Kansas-Scholarship at the Univer-'
sity of Kansas for the last school
year, 1919-20, again shows an increase
lom en
All University women are invited to
the annual fancy dress party to be,
given by the Women's league, Jan. 22,

over that of previous years, the figure
being 81.93 per cent. This means that
81.93 per cent of the work carried by
the 4,000 students of the university
was finished with a grade of not less
than 75. The scholarship has grown
yearly from 1913, when the percentage
was 57.7.
Cornell-Non-fraternity men at Cor-
nell have organized into the "Cornell
Independent association." The pur-
pose of this organization is to co-
operate with fraternity men and with
other organizations to promote the
best intertests of Cornell.
,Indiana-The University of Indiana
will ask the state legislature for $1,-
195,000 to cover expenses of the com-
ing year. This amount includes a
building program of $700,000.

LAST TIMES TODAY

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LAST TIMES TODAY

in Barbour gymnasium. Wr'eck holds up Ann Arbor Service
Wreckage due to an accident Sat-
urday night when seven freight cars
o'clock tonight at the Chi Omega were overturned just north of the loc-
house. al station, caused suspension of traf-
fic over the Ann Arbor railroad for 24
hours. The tracks were cleared be-
meingrsaty30o'cloModaitgnht fore the returning students' rush be-
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday night gn fiil aeanucdta
at the home of Bernice Nickels, 33 gan. Officials have announced ta
Maynard street. new heavy rails would be laid over
the entire road.
Girl reserve work will continue asToBidFrpofCeiaStre
usual this week in spite of the fact orkonl Fireproof smca torages
that Miss Litaker who has charge of Woknafreofstaghue
this diisinofY. WhC.Ashorgisun- for the chemistry department, will be-
this division of Y. W. C. A. work is un- gin in a few days, according to an
able to return until next week. announcement by the buildings and
grounds department yesterday. Ether
The beginners' class in dancing willgands tertmbteyestera s wthe
meet at 5, o'clock this afternoon " in and other inflamable materials will
Barbour gymnasium.be stored in this new structure.

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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Tryouts for the midwest debating
team of the Athena Literary society
will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon
in the Alpha Nu room. Tryouts con-
sist of five minute speeches.
All Junior girls are asked to pay
their social tax of 50 cents today or!
tomorrow in the main corridor of:
University hall.
DETROIT TO BUILD GREATEST
TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL
According to "Michigan-Out-of-
Doors," Michigan is to have the world's
greatest tuberculosis hospital. It is
to be erected by the city of Detroit
near Northville, 25 miles from Detroit
at an estimated cost of $2000,000.
The January number of "Michigan-
Out-of-Doors," a quarterly magazine
issued by the Anti-Tuberculosis asso-
ciation, contains among other articles
one by George F. Granger, secretary
of the Texas Public Health associa-
tion on "The Case Against Climate,"
and another by Dr. E. R. Vanderslice, a
specialist in tuberculosis at Lansing,
Michigan, on "Compulsory Reporting
of Tuberculosis."
The first named article makes a
point of the fact that communities
should provide sufficient accommoda-
tions for their own tuberculosis peo-
ple instead of sending them to be-
come charges of some other part of
the country.
Dr. Vanderslice emphasizes the nec-
essity of reporting cases of tuber-
culosis since it has been proven that
the disease is not hereditary but con-
tagious.
RED CROSS REFUGEE WORK
DESCRIBED IN "NEWS SERVICE"

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AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
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CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
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COMING SUNDAY
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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

EST. 1857

The New Silhouette

ESSUE HAYAKAWA inAN AAIAPJ ANIGH T
PC>SCR-r9 -COLE
Added Business of
BRAY-COMIC Camping
FOX - NEWS Arcade Music
IAIS THIS
COLUMN PI-1f COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Is eexmplified in the new spring gowns that are arriving daily in our
ready-to-wear salons. Fashion is the keynote of the desirability and value of
a frock. The value of any ready-to-wear garment to an up-to-date person is

its style. No one wants out-of-date and out-of-style clothes.

The style in

WANTED

FOR RENT

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WANTED - Some typewriting done. FOR RENT - Furnished house for
Ten cents per page with carbon rent, 726 Oakland Ave. Phone 118
copy. Must have owen typewriter. or 1267. D. E. Seeley. 66-3
Lit Students preferred. Box XY.
67-1 FOR RENT-Furnished room. Single

"News Service," a pamphlet full of
live information concerning the Am-
erican Red Cross, states that among
recent activities of that society, is the
establishment of a camp for 500 Jew-
ish refugees from Russia in Constan-
tinople.
Poland is also being helped by the
American Red Cross. With govern-
ment reports estimating the number
of children infecte'd with tuberculosis
at 40 per cent, typhus spreading at an
alarming rate, and an estimated food
supply sufficient to last only four
months, Poland is facing her darkest
winter, according to reports to Na-
tional headquarters of the Amercian
Red Cross. A sum of $10,000,000 has
been appropriated toward a medical
program in an attempt to alleviate the
suffering in Poland.
"New Service" also states that the
Red Cross will use the balance of an
unexpended fund for the purpose of
providing "new faces" for more
wounded French soldiers.
Oct. Wedding Announced Last Night
Announcement was made last night
of the marriage of Mary D. Blough,
'22, to Charles Wagner, '22, both of
Harrisburg, Pa., which took place Oct.
5 at Howell, Mich. Mr. Wagner is a
member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity.
Paronize Daily Advertlers.-Adv.

frocks changes probably more than anything else. This spring the lines are
radically different from those of last season. The new silhouette shows wide
skirts and flaring lines. Overskirts are very wide and waists are either tight
fitting basques or bloused effects. Taffeta seems to be fashion's favorite in
materials, although many gowns of crepe de chine, satin, crepe meteor and
combinations of satin and georgette, satin and lace and crepe de chine and
satin are shown. Colors are mostly dark with the brighter shades appearing
in trimmings such as pipings, buttons and collars. Sleeves are nearly all short
and many show tiny puff sleeves of lace or georgette.

You will be more than surprised at the prices of the frocks.

For some

time we have been preaching back-to-normal prices in our store and we are
very happy to be able to say that prices are coming down. These frocks are

WANTED - Economical students to
buy pressing cashucards. $3.50 for
$3.00. Call at August C. Barth's,
619 E. William St. 67-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Cheap - Locomoble
speedster-five good tires-complete
equipment, including spotlight, bat-
tery, tools. Completely overhauled.
Call Weston, 258. 67-3
FOR SALE- Late model typewriter
with chemical keyboard. Room 362
Chemical Bldg., afternoons, or phone
1203-1, evenings. 67-3

or double. No other roomers.
Geddes Ave., Phone 1168.

1312
67-3

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished single
room. Alsoshalf of double room.
110 S. Ingalls. 1722-W. 67-2
LOST AND kOUND
LOST-Monks' Fraternity Pin. Call
Thorp at 2562. 67-2
MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and will call.
at your convenience. 65-6
ROOM FOR a few more students at
Durfee's, 514 E. Jefferson. Home
cooked meals. $7.50 per week. 67-3

nearly half what the same quality and style would have been last season.
heartily invite your inspection of these new gowns.

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