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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ibeing made by social service workers
at Newberry hall to be sent to the
I I otĀ°eF ch ildren in the University hospitaW
during the quarantine. Girls who do ON C I PROL
sodialservice work at the hospital
There ill be no more Women's should report at then customary
league parties until next semester. The ours at Newberry hall"Our work consists mainly in train-
Friday afternoon parties will then be ing native leaders in the public health
resumed. Gymnasium classes will be held on movement among the women of Chi-
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 31 and Feb. na," is the statement of Miss Abby
Chaperones for the week end named 1, as usual. Mayhew, who has returned to America
at the office of the dean of women from Shanghai, China, where she or-
are as follows: Saturday at the Posture examinations will be held ganized a normal school for women in
UnIon--Mrs. Walter Sherman; at the from Wednesday, Feb. 2, to Friday, hygiene and physical education. "The
AMdory-Miss Martha Hills Feb ' Chinese girls in our school are vitally
interested in their work," said Miss
The social service department of Mayhew. "They are going out through
the University hospital has sent out All relief drive teams with money the nation teaching the people how to
an apeal for late numbers of the not yet turned in should leave it in preserve their health."
popular magazines. The hospital is room 306 in the Union from 3:30 Dr. Clara Sargent, '5M. who is be-
under quarantine and the need for o'clock on this afternoon. ing supported by the University Y. W.
reading matter is very pressing. It C. A., is assisting in the work of pop-
is requested that the contributions be All social servie 'workers of the ularizing health among the people who
sent to the social service department. Homoeopathic hospital are requested heretofore have thought of illness as
to report at Newberry hall at their the result of the workings of the evil
Toys, puzzles, and scrap-books are regular hours. spirits instead of disobedience to the
laws of hygiene, according to Miss
Mayhew. Dr. Sargent is connected
U. S. Army Wool Blankets, all kinds. with the council of public health ed-
w ucation and is interested primarily m
Reg. Q. D. Wool Shirts, Wool Navy Underwear, preventative medicine.
0. D. Wool Laced Breeches and Full-Length Trousers, Miss Mayhew left yesterday after-,
noon, following a luncheon given by
Extra quality;FRUIT JAMS, 7 lb. can for . . '....$1.60 lMrs. Frederick P. Jordan, where she
Sliced Pine Apple in No. 2 cans at........ ..... . .25 met the Chinese girls of the Universi-
Bacon in cans, less than 20c per lb. Canned Roast Beef, Corned ty. She also attended a meeting with
beef, Pumpkin,. String Beans, Corn. Barracks Bags,aPuttees, Jerkins, Y. W. C. A. officials here.
Gloves, Toques, Rubber Boots, Arctics, Shoes, etc., on sae at
"Y" WORKERS AMONG FOREIGN
ARMY SURPLUS STORE - 213 N. FOURTH AVE. STUDENTS ARRIVE TOMORROW
Charles F. Hurrey, internationally
prominent Y. M. C. A. worker and
chairman of the committee on friend-
ly relations among foreign students,
comes here Sunday for a four day stay
in Ann Arbor before his' trip to South
America, where he will inspect the
universities and tell them of the con-
ditions of South American students in
W SCHOOLSthis country.
THMr. Hurrey will be accompanied by
Elmer Yelton, Daniel C. Fu, Oscar A.
Gacitus, and Dr. Kalo, foreign mem-
bers of the committee of which he is
4W U E R TH -NC EL chairman.
During their stay here these men
will speak in the local churches, ad-
dress gatherings of foreign students
and make a general survey of the for-
eign student work here particularly
that of the South Americans.
Sunday night at 9 o'clock 'there will
be a reception in Lane hall for all
students who are interested in meet-
ing Dr. Hurrey and his associates. The
Students' Christian association is
planning tc have the men come in
contact with the student body as much
HALSEY'S DAN CE STU DIOSas possible and in addition to their
work among the foreign students they
will tell at their meetings something
of the opportunities for development
and commerce that lie in South Amer-
'WUERTH - Arcades - NICKELS ica.
GIRL RESERVE LEADERS HEAR
TALK ON COMMUNITY WORK
"Community Work and Co-opera-
tion in Community Affairs" was the
subject of a talk-by Miss Genevieve
Forsberg to Girl Reserve leaders
Thursday night at Newberry hall.j
Miss Forsberg gave a general out-
THIS THIS line of what cmmunity work is, how
IC it has been conducted, and what girls'
CLOSES CLOSES clubs can do to help. Some of the
AT3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT a P M methods that have been successfully
tried are safety first campaigns, hos-
pitality week, recreation week, clean-
up week, thrift campaigns, and munic-
ipal Christmas trees. Miss Hulda
FOR SALE-- Schiller Piano in good WANTED-Six students for exclusive Bancroft conducted a model discus-
condition, quartered oak case. Will occupancy of second floor of new sion as a demonstration for use
be a bargain at $175. Call at 523 W. home. Room and two meals per among the groups.
Liberty St. Side door. 87-2 day-$8.00 per week. Call 2522-]

or see Mrs. Bebout at 1331 White GRAND-DAUGHTER OF PRES.
FOR SALE-Skates with shoes attach- St., near old gate of Ferry field. 87-2 ANGELL TO WED FEB. 14
ed. Size 4 1-2. Call mornings. 1345 AEB
Wilmont St. 87-2 WANTED-By two upperclassmen, a -
warm and comfortable suite, not Members of-the University faculty
FOR SALE-Farland banjo. Wooden necessarily near the campus. No will be especially interested in the
rim, beautiful instrument. For par- other students. Box D. E., Daily.
ticulars call1791-M. 82-6 87-2 marriage Monday evening, Feb. 14, in
Chicago, of Constance Winsor Mc-
FOR RENT WANTED ROOMS-Instructor, mar- Laughlin, daughter of Prof. and Mrs.
ried, wants suite of two rooms near
FOR RENT-A suite of rooms suitable State St. business section. Call Andrew C. McLaughlin, of the Univer-
for two or three students. Half 713-M after 7:00 P. M. 86-2 sity of Chicago, to Donald Ross Green.
block from8campus. Call 1660-R or WANTED-To buy a Ford Roadster. Miss McLaughlin-is a grand-daughter
220 So. Ingalls. 86-5 Must be in good condition. Address of the latc President James B. Angell.
FOR RENT-Suite for two men on Mr. Kling, 614 E. University Ave.
second floor. Double suite for two 86-3 University Woman Speaks at Saginaw
on'third floor. 1209 S. University. WANTED-Roommate to share suite. Mrs. Barbara H. Bartlett attended
Phone 1217-W. 87-2 Call after 7:00 P. M., at 815 South a state meeting of nursing education
FOR RENT--uite\during second sem- State St. Phone 1184-M. 86-2 at Sagniw, Jan. 26 and 27. Mrs. Bart-
ester. Call 2316-J. 86-2 WANTED-Washerwoman to do wash- lett spoke at the Wednesday meeting
ing for two students. Phone 1808-M on "Training of Public Health Nurses
MISCELLANEOUS and call Farnam. 87-2 in Michigan." Miss Mary Welsh, sup-
ARE YOU working your way through STUDENT in good health wants study erintendent of the University hospital,
College or a part of it? Don't for- room and sleeping porch. Must be was elected president of the Michigan
,get that working for the National reasonable. Box P. J., Daily. 87 State League of Nursing education for
Casualty Company, furnishes you LOST A-D i0UND the coming year.
an income the year round. 310 State
St., third floor. 82-6 T fl-r! v , ha...'. T 1h_

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CHANCEI

Contribute to European Relief Fund
and Help Save a Life

YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, TOO!

Special Charity Matinee

THIS MORNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK

Special Program

jL

M eighatx

IN
"The PrinceChap"
AT THE
MAJESTIC

Adults 25c

Children 10c

Every Penny turned over to
Hoover Relief Fund

YOUR DUTY TOCM

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Smtart Apparel for Spring Is Here

Onyx
"Shee
silks"

NYX "Sheer - silks" are the
smartest things in hosiery
now, and we've underpriced our
entire recent shipment of them.
The colors are polo gray and
black, by far the most popular
shades. The immediate
special price is, per "pair. $

Onyx Silk Hose, in black only, with
"Pointex" heels, are, per pair,
$3 and $5

(Main Floor)

: ,

STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady income, with a chance to
build up a permanent business,
should call at 310 State St., third
floor. National Casualty Co. 13
LOCKSMITH-All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks and
fitting keys a specialty. Phone 2498.
Dell Keeler. 87-2
FRENCH lessons by native French
teacher. Phone 1158-R. 816

,vi 1--t usay evening geween i.1
rary and 826 Tappan, silver Alpha
Phi pledge pin. Reward if return-
ed to above address. Phone 114.
87-3
LOST - Tortoise rimmed spectacles-
Tuesday - corner Cambridge and l
Olivia. Return to 1004 Olivia or
call 2730. Reward. 87
LOST-Black and Tan Airedale pup,
female. Seven months old. Detroit!
license when lost. Reward. 302-J.
618 Church. '87-2

SENIOR ENGINEERS

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Senior engineers can pay their
class dues from 9 to 10 o'clock
any morning this week in room
306, Engineering building. Only
names of those fully paid up will
be placed on commencement in-
vitations.

124 South Main

Street

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