THE MICHIGAN DAILY
GOLF AND POLO
Odd Prizes To Be
Prizes for the contest winners at
the fancy dress party on Saturday eve-
ning have finally been selected, after
much thought and deliberation on the
part of the committee in charge. Each
one has been chosen with regard to
the exact nature of the winner, or
winners. The prize for the "most
manly man" is something which will
prove very useful to "him," and the
two group prizes are of a divisible na-
ture so that each performer may have
a share of the spoils.
The decorations are in charge of a
competent committee, who promise
that the gymnasium will be completly
disguised by .Saturday evening. at 8
o'clock. Eleven stunts of all types
from a minstrel show to a grand opera
are being prepared, and will be given
between dances throughout the eve-
PROF. RANKIN SPEAKS ON
WAR'S EFFECT ON LITERATURE
"The Influence of the War on Lit-
erature" was the subject of a talk
given by Prof. Thomas E. Rankin
at the regular meeting of the Sarah
Caswell Angell chapter of the D. A.
R. yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Junius E. Beal.
"The influence of the war on liter-
ature can be met only in terms of
prophesy," said Professor Rankin.
"The most important works were writ-
ten in France, between the years,
1914 and 1918. None of these are like-
ly to stand he test of time. Very few
wil have any effect upon literature.
However, many of the great books,
such as Dante's "Divine Comedy,"
would never have been written had
it not been for wars. War_ has
brought forth literature in the past;
what will it bring in the future?
What we may be more intent upon is
the literature of tomorrow."
The meeting of all girls who tried
out for the Junior Girls' play which
was to have been held at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall, has been cancelled. Instead there
will be a meeting of the 22 girls, whose
picture as members of the cast was
taken at Spedding's, at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
Iota Sigma P1 will hold its regular
meeting at 1 o'clock Saturday after-
noon in the Chemistry building.
The decoration committee for tho
fancy dress party will meet at 4 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a rehearsal for the
girls who are taking part in junio4
class stunts at the fancy dress parity
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning id
All girls who do social service worl
are requested to report at Newberry
hall at their regular hours instead of
at the University hospital.
Dean Myra B. Jordan has been ask-
ed to- give a talk to Detroit Junior
college girls this afternoon at the
College club in that city.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
1921 -Spring Price
S. State St. at William St.
All of our stock has been rehuced
to meet the new scale of prices
MOVIES ADD FILM EDITING ELEANOR STEPHENSON TO CEL-
TO WOMEN'S PROFESSIONS EBRATE WEDDING SATURDAY
I111itl 11i 1J111i 11111111 1 tlllliliilililllltillifit111 1111liillll tlltll IIIIIIIt 111
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES_
THIS INCLUDES SUCH PAPERS AS
HURD'S Lawnette, Milano, Picadilly, Tuscany Linen, Pan-
el and Deckle-edge. _
CRANE'S Linen Lawn, Highland Linen in many colors,
shapes and sizes.
WHITING'S Oak Grain, Representative Linen, Organdie,
DIE EMBOSSED Michigan Seal, Fraternity, Sorority in sev-
0. D. MORRI LL
=17 NICKELS ARCADE
.lI1 1111111 1IIiI 111i111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111U1111111
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
New professions have been added to
the steadily enlarging business field
of the modern woman by moving pic-
tures. Los Angeles, the center of theI
moving picture indutsry, provides em-1
ployment for, hundreds of girl film
editors, cutters, and splicers. Women
are also extensively employed in the"
stdios as title, scenario, and continu-
ity writers. 4. 1
Film cutting or editing is not theI
merely mechanical task which it ap-
pears 'to '~be. It means weeks of day1
andnight work in a darkened projec-
tion room, viewing over and over again
the many+ "takes," selecting the bee t1
scenes, eliminating the unessenht'
and building up the whole into a wel
rounded production. A film editor can
"make or break" a picture and man'y
a poor picture has been saved from the
shelf of oblivion by a clever "cutter."
Dr. Ting Addresses Detroit Y. W. C. A.
"We want your secretaries for we
need their help very much in teach-
ing our women, but what we want so
much for the future is our own I
trained workers." This was the plea
made by Dr. Me R. Ting, '20M, at a
meeting of the world fellowship com-
mittee held recently at the Y. W. C.
A. building in Detroit.
Dr. Ting, who graduated from the
University last June, is serving an ap-
prenticeship in a Detroit hospital.
Former M. C. B. Dietician in France
Mrs. Lulu Frick Taylor, former
dietician at Martha Cook building in
1916 and 1917, is now in charge of a
cottage at the American cemetery at
Bony where many of the dead of the
105th infantry are buried. The cottage,
at Bony of which Mrs. Taylor has
charge is one of the four rest houses
maintained by the Red Cross and the
Y. W. C. A. at American cemeteries
for the comfort and convenience of
relatives visiting American graves.
The marriage of Eleanor Stephen-
son, ex-'21, to Edward Peacock, ex-'21,
will take place tomorrow night in the
First Presbyterian church, South
Bend, Indiana. Miss Stephenson is
a member of Alpha P41, sorority.
FlorenceFreeman, '22, and Charlotte
Schurz, '23, are to act as bridesmaids
and' Miss Stephenson's brother, Al-
bert Stephenson, will be the best man.
Following the wedding, a reception
and dance will be held in the Oliver
hotel. The couple will make their
home in South Bend.
Values to $75
711 North University
Lane. Ha .
Friday Ei .ng t 7: 3)
"For God loved th
world, that H egave 1-1
only begotten Son, that who-
soever believeth in Him
should not perish, but have
DRESS WELL AND
Nobody likes to look "econom-
BUT everybody likes to save
Do this by having your clothes
MADE TO. YOUR MEASURE
You spend less because you buy
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$35.00 AND UP
Albert Gansic, Tailor
113 South Main Street
WANTED--To rent-Beginning second
semester, seven or nine uupperclass-
men desire rooms in same house,
near campus; preferably entire sec-
ond floor. Address Box H. X. Y.,
care Daily.- 79-3
WANTED - A roommate in a good,
warm suite. 812. E. Catherine St.
Two blocks from U. of M. Hospital,
four blocks from campus. Phone
WANTED-Rooms for six upperclass-
men in furnished apartment or home.
Leave notice for interview. Phone
258 or write H. Michals, Y M. C.
WANTED- Suite of rooms for light
housekeeping. Location near cam-
pus desired. State price. Reply
box I X. Y., Daily. 79-3
WANTED - Student help. Inquire
Students' Pressing Shop, corner
North U., and Thayer St. Down
WANTED- Experienced saxophonist
for dance work. Call Violinist.
WANTED-This ad with 25c will give
you a suit press Liberty Cleaners
and Pressers. 523 E. Liberty. 79-3
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 310 State St., and let
us explain. 75-6
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
LOST AND kOUND
LOST - Watch chain with circular
pendant atttched, Saturday after-
noon in either Medical school lib-
rary, or between Medical school and
Union. Finder please call Johnson,
LOST-Conklin fountain pen in car-
ton on N University or Washtenaw.
Finder please return to A. G. Snea-
ton, 1331 Washtenaw. Phone 2618.
LOST - Delta Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Initials "H. C. H." on back.
Finder kindly phone Hunt, 296-W.
LOST-Reed and Guthe Physics text,
left in Michigan Union, Tuesday P.
M. Finder please call 2578-M 79-3
LOST-Psi U pin. W. C. Colburn on
back. Finder please return to Psi
U. house. Reward. 79-3
LOST-Black leather note book, 7x9.
Finder call Cohn, 1996-J. Reward. 80
FOR SALE-A Vega banjorine; spec-
ial "locktite pegs" and sounding
board. A $90.00 instrument, like
yew, will sell for $37,00. Some bar-
gain. Call Davis or Martin, 612
Church. Phone 1070-M. 79-2
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-Victrola in good condi-
tion. Will sell cheap. 551 Church
St. Phone 1526-R 79-6
FOR RENT-Double or single room on
third floor. Quiet place. Phone
Story Telling Class Open to Children
A story hour open to all children
between the ages of 5 and 10 years
was held by the story telling class-
es of the public speaking department
from 4 to 5 o'clock Thursday after-
non in room 302 Mason hall. This
was the first of a series of similar,
meetings which will be held at 4
o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday aft-
ernoons during the next two weeks,
Priesbyterian Women Entertained
Presbyterian University, women
were entertained at a "get acquaint-
ed" tea Thursday afternoon at New-
berry shall. Plans for the organiza-
tin of a Presbyterian denomination
of the S. C. A. were made. Stewart
C. Baxter, '21, addressed the girls.
Prof. Frayer to Address Y. W. Forum
"Europe Since the Armistice" is
the subject of a talk which Prof. W.
A. Frayer, of the history department,
will give before the meeting of the
Y. W. C. A. forum group at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon at New-
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use The Michigan Dally.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv
LET US FIGURE YOUR BILL
213 N. MAIN
KSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
ys. Repairing locks and fitting
ys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
3 STUDENT that did janitor work
U. of M. hospital during holidays
at lost glasses, call 210-J. 80-3
FOR RENT-Large room and sleeping
porch, call 829. 79-2
FOR RENT - Nine room house for
rent. 1113 College St. 79-3
225 EAST LIBERTY