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FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sleep Anyplace i1ut
Eat at Rex 's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

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Of Interest to University Women

FORthe student or prof.,
the supcrb VENUS out-
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Our food is the best
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The Blue Front
Cigar Store
STUDENT OWNED
Corner of State and Packard
Register Now
New Class Starts
Mon. Jan. 24 '21
We Guarantee to teach
You to Dance in one
Course. This is at
HALSE Y'S
Dance Studios
The Name Speaks For Itself

NEW SOCIOLOGY COURSES
WILL BEGIN NEXT FALL

College Notes

74
5

HOURS
A. M. TO 1 P. M.
P. M. TO 7 P. M.

"There is no reason why we should
not provide courses for the further
training of social workers here," said
Prof. A. E. Wood of the sociology de-
partmentEin an interview yesterday.
"We ought to make a beginning by
next fall."
"At a recent meeting of representa-
tives of" social agencies of Detroit,
Saginaw, Grand Rapids, and other ci-
ties of Michigan, which was held
here, the need of such courses was
authorized. Our present courses in
the sociology department must be sup-
plemented with practical field work
under the supervision of Detroit agen-
cies.
"Courts, schools, and relief agen-
cies of various types have to depend
at present on whatever workers they
can obtain. These workers, though
interested in their problems, are oft-
en untrained. The only alternative
method of procuring them is the ex-
pensive plan of sending people to
schools farther east or to Chicago for
the necessary training.
"The probable courses which will
be installed at the University will be-
gin in the junior year and be contin-
ued throughout the senior year, with
work for graduate students. Other
schools have recently inaugurated
similar though variously named de-
partments."

A heart and lung examination is re-
quired for all upperclassmen taking
elective work in gymnasium.
All girls who do social service work
are requested to report at Newberry
hall attheir regular hours instead of
at the University hospital.
Mortarboard will hold a meeting at
7:30 o'clock Thursday night at Helen
Newberry residence.
Senior society and Mortarboard will
hold a joint meeting at 8 o'clock to-
night at Helen Newberry residence.
Therewill be a short meeting of all
freshman and sophomore squad cap-
tains at 4 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon.
ORIENTAL WOMEN TO BE
GRANTED .SCHOLARSHIPS

'YWORKER DISCUSSES
HOUSING CONDITIONS
One of the functions of modern
women's organizations, according to
Miss Blanche Gary, director of the
economic and agricultural bureau of
the national Y. W. C. A., visiting Ann
Arbor Saturday, is the solution of the
housing problem for women.
"There are 12,000,000 women engag-
ed in gainful occupations in this coun-
try now, and the lodging problem for'
them is as great as that of the work-
ingman and his family, which is re-
ceiving the attention of boards from
private and national organizations,"
said Miss Gary. The association has
been working for 60 years to relieve
this one situation. ,
"The Y. W. C. A.," said Miss Gary,
"feels that the problem of housing
students is primarily the concern of
the educational authorities. It is too
large and involved for solution by the
community and is too huge for solu-
tion by any welfare organization. Itj
is as much the duty of educational
authorities to provide housing as ade-
quate 'classroom accommodations."
In this connection, she told of many
great universities which recognize
that the housing conditions are inade-
,quate for the students in a given year,
yet proceed to enroll an even greater
number the next year without any
provision for their accommodation.

SIX FELLOWSHIPS
OFFERED WOMEN
Announcement has been received in
the office of the dean of women that
six fellowships of the value of $500
each and without charge for tuition,
have been established by the trustees
of Smith college for the encourage-
ment of advanced work.
They are open to womeni graduates
of any college of recognized rank.
Holders of these fellowships are re-
quired to render some assistance, not
instruction, not to exceed six hours a
week, in the department entered, and
to present a thesis .. covering the re-
sults_ of her year's work.
Application should be submitted to
the secretary of the committee on
graduate instruction, with specimens
of work for examination ik the 'de-
partment where entrance is desired.
"BANK DAY" STARTS OFF
NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK
National thrift week started yester-
day with what was designated as "bank
day,", in which the people are urged
to deposit certainsums in the bank at
stated intervals as a'beginning of the
habit of thrift.
Tommorw is "budget day," and is
being aided by the women's clubs and
the high school students. The thrift
week campaign is under the auspices
of the City Y. M. C. A. and literature
uponthe subject is being distributed
by that organization:
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Fresh Florida Strawberry bunaaes
are being served at Tice'A Fountain,
117 S. Main St.-Adv.

SUNDAYS
8 A. M. TO 7:30 P.M.
512 EAST WILLIAM STREET

Appointment of 14 Barbour schol-
arships for oriental women of the
University will be made by the com-
mittee in charge of the scholarships
within the next few weeks. This de-
cision was reached at a committee
meeting yesterday afternoon at which
the general policies were discussed.
Each of the 14 scholarships amounts
to $700.

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The "Y" Inn.

At
Lane Hall

Good Home Cooked Meals
Prompt Service

Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.-Adv.

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Mystery To Reign
At Jiasqued Ball

SMALL PRIVATE DINING
ACCOMODATING AS HIGH AS 25

BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
INDIVIDUAL MEALS

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Comm ercial
Photographers
719 N. UNIVERSITY
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There is a hum and a stir in many
of the campus houses for women as
preparations are made for the Wom-
en's league fancy dress party, which
is to be given at 8 o'clock Saturday
evening at Barbour gymnasium. Mys-
terious creations are being concocted
from rolls of vividly colored crepe pa-
per. Cotton batting, airy tarlatan, and
silver tinsel are being heaped togeth-
er in interesting looking piles fi-om
which, by the end of the week, all
sorts of masquerades and disguises
will have been evolved.
Stunts of all types are being re-
hearsed, and promise to show not only
originality of thought, but also bril-
liant and attractive costuming. After
the two first dances, which will be
masqued, the stunts, will begin and
will be interspersed between dances
from then on until the end of the
evening.
The grand march will take place at
9:30 o'clock, and it is at this time
that the costumes will be judged. The
prizes will be awarded for the clever-
est stunt, the most unified group cos-
tume, the most manly man, the most
attractive girl, and the most unique
costume.
50 WOMEN JOIN
COMMERCE CLUB

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COUMN LA S SI F IE0 :OLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
Ar3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

'LOST AND kOUND'
LOST--Botany notebook and Wagner's
Spannish grammar. Name Leland in
cover of notebook, Bastian in gram-
mar. Finder please turn in to Sec-
retary's office, U-Hall. 76-3
LOST-Doubled black bag from car
on either North U., State or Huron
Sts. Notify N. F. Tibbetts. Whit-
ney Hotel. Reward. 76-4
LOST-Small Conklin fountain pen.
Left in Registrar's office or lost on
Campus or State St. Thursday noon.
Finder please call 810. 76-3
LOST-Between Arcade Cafeteria and
Division St., Sunday evening, long
brown wool glove for right hand.
Phone 498-J. 77-2
LOST- Delta Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Initials "H. C. H." on back.
Finder kindly phone Hunt. 269-W.
Reward. 77-2
LOST-Gamma Alpha jeweled badge,
probably between Chubb's and Chem-
istry Bldg. Reward. Call 1110-R.
77-3
LOST - One gold Eversharp pencil
with the name Alva V. Moore. Phone
1421-J. Reward. 76-3
LOST-Black leather Notebook. Size
8x11. Phone 1856-R. 339 So. Divis-
ion. 77
LOST-A pair of galoshes at Armory,
Friday night. Call 993-J. 76-2
LOST-Slide rule on Saturday. In-
itials K. M. Call 2708-M. 77-2
MISCELLANEOUS
THERE IS a fine opening for a good
dentist in Berrien Springs, Mich.'
A good office room can be had'
centrally located. Correspond with
T. W. Reynolds, Berrien Springs,
Mich. 77-5
STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady income, with a chance toI
build up a permanent business,
should call at 310 State St., third
foor. National Casualty Co. 13

,. WANTED
WANTED-A roommate, preferably an
upperclassman for a nice front room
second floor. Apply at once be-
tween six and seven P. M., 110 So.
Ingalls. Phone 1722-W. 77-3

WANTED-To rent suite for two.
ferably with private family.
H. X., Daily Office.

Pre-
Box
77-3

WANTED-To rent a furnished house
for twenty students. Apply Box H.
T., Daily. 73-7
WANTED-A canoe. Call 1838-R any
noon hour. 72-6
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Large, front suite of
rooms, steam heated, block from
campus. Address Box F. L., Daily
Office. 77-3
FOR RENT- Single front room with
private family. No other roomers in
house. Phone 2560-W. 76-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
writers, No. 2. A new model with
many novel improvements. Price
$50. Wesley Marston, Agent, 1951-R.
555 Packard. 76-6
FOR SALE-International Telephone
Stock, four shares of preferred and
two shares of common. B. D. Wool-
ley, Johnstown, Ohio. 13
FOR SALE-Typewriter. Latest L. C.
Smith model. Call room 305, U-Hall
from 1-2 P. M. 76-3
MISCELLANEOUS
LIKE A CHECK FROM HOME? Build
up an income bearing business dur-
ing the summer that lasts the year
round. Call at National Casualty
Co. Agency, at 310NStateaSt., and let
us explain. 75-6
I OCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
Keeler. 74-12

Fifty women have joined the Com-
merce club to date. Under the new
plans for the club the president, Glen
Marcy, '22, expects the membership
to reach 1,500, of which 500 should be
women. All students in the depart-
ments of economics, political science,
or sociology, are eligible to member-
ship.
The purpose of the club is to bring
speakers from the commercial world
before the meetings and to organize
an employment bureau for the benefit
of members. The immediate work is
to bring the membership up to the
desired number.
Sylvia Hosbein, spec.; the vice-pres-
ident of the club, has appointed the
following women to act as a canvass-
ing committee among the women stu-
dents of these departments: Martha
Seeley, '21, Melba Foltz, '21, Ethel
Ward, '21, Dorothy O'Connor, '21, Ma-
rie Sullivan, '21, Frances Oberholt-
zer, '21, Irma Schreiber, '21, Adele
Zimmerman, '22, Alice Beckham, '21,
Agnes Hohnquist, '22, and Katharene
Montgomery, '22.
Prof. Had Returns from Lecture Trip
Prof. W. C. Hoad, head of the San-
itary Engineering department, has re-
turned from the East, where he has
been lecturing at the School of Pub-
lic Health and Hygiene, connected
with Johns Hopkins university.
The appearance of Professor Hoad
was at one of a series of DeLamar
lectures given throughout the year.
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.

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