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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wyvern will not meet today. The
next meeting will be held second se-
mester.
Senior society will meet at 12:30
o'clock today at Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
Headquarters for the social service
department of the Homoeopathic hos-r
pital will be at Newberry hall while'
the hospital is under quarantine. Mag-
azines, paper dolls, or victrola rec-
ords to be donated for use among thet
patients may be left there. Informa-
tion concerning service work at the
Homoeopathic hospital may be had by
calling 937-W.

Nebraska-The Nebraska cornhusk-
ers will carry their own cook with
N~ws From The ther Collgesthem on football trips next year and
News From The Other Colleges se~o~onii:"g~gf
so provide the same training table
4___all during the season.
Vassar-Editors of Vassar, Welles- gram and girls dressed in Chinese cos-
ley, and Radcliffe student journals are tumes will serve the punch. Kansas-Sororities have banned the
contemplating tie idea of an inter- wearing of pins by freshman women
collegiate magazine. The plans pro- Southern California-Prof. Henri at the University of Kansas. Anoth-
vide for a regular co-operative pub- Bergson, the French philosopher of er restriction which has been imposed
lication of the six colleges, Smith, Vas- world renown, will visit Los Angeles is that sorority girls must have no en-
sar, Barnard, Holyoke, Radcliffe, and next fall and deliver a series of lec- gagements before four in the after-
Wellesley. tures at the University of Southern noon. The purpose of the ruling is a
California. While visiting America, desire to subordinate the Greek let-
ter organizations to the university.
fY!.ifcesn.a Pho laiir ~aifnrian rnfcen Rasyen Wil 1nt1rA t n

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altiIi- " Te Duai ky a ornian, I uroiessor
the student newspaper, is attacking few other.

t)ergson wii eCLure
American universities.

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Cor. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 308

the extravagances of formal dances
which are held on the campus. It
was pointed out that the expenses of,
Junior day, celebrated recently, total-
ed more than $18 for the men who at-
tended the farce in the afternoon and
the prom in the evening. This accusa-
tion is resented by some of the men

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Students Lunch

409 Jefferson

-PALI DING
Athletic
Equipment
Por Every
AndOO
Sport
Cataloszoe on reques~t
A. C SPALDING & BROS.
2I1 S. State St., chdcago, 1ll.

Wishes You All

A's and B's

All social service workers of the of the junior class and they hold that
Homoeopathic hospital are requested the expenses were not more than $10
to report at Newberry hall at their during the day. There is a general
regularhours. nloveln"eit on the campus to cut down
the exlenses of all social affairs.
Posture examinations will be held Flowers are now barred at all campus
Thursday and Friday of this week at dances by university ruling.
Barbour gymnasium.
Kansas-Ten thousand dollays to be
Junior girls who tried out for the expended on the grading preparatory
class play will meet with the cast at to the construction of the stadium will
4 o'clock Thursday in Sarah Caswell! be paid to students, if plans material-
Angellhall. Those not attending will'ize It is planned to have the students
forfeit any chance of a part in the work in four hour shifts, attending
play. 'classes half the day and working the
other half The wage scale has not
COLONIAL BALL yet been announced. Many students
OPEN TO PUBLIC who felt they would not be able to
return to school for the second sem-
ester will thus find it possible.
In order that it may be more gen-
erally understood that the colonial Washington-If flowers are worn at
ball to be given by the Sarah Caswell the junior prom to be held at the Un
Angell chapter of the Daughters of the iversity of Washington on Feb. 5 they
American Revolution, on Feb. 16 is not j must be deposited in a basket to be
limited to members of the chapter, the taken to the children's hospital. Chi-
committee in charge wish to stress the!
commtte m carg wis ostres tE 'nese music will be a novelty in the pro-;
fact that anyone may obtain tickets ..
from members of the committee or__
from Miss Sara Wheedon, 1814-M.
A ire sT7a

Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

W ITNE-
TONIGHT

High Class Food

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HURD'S Lawnette, M
el and Deck
CRANE'S Linen Law
shapes and si

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ECA SALE_
op
OF -
Fancy Stationery
LY REDUCED_ PRICES
LUDES SUCH PAPERS AS
ilano, Picadilly, Tuscany Linen, Pan-
le-edge.-
vn, Highland Linen in many colors,
izes.
ain, Representative Linen, Organdie,
higan Seal, Fraternity, Sorority in sev-
M O RRILL
NICKELS ARCADE
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i'S Oak Gr
Deckle-edges

DIE EMBOSSED Mic
eral varieties.

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COLUMN PI F lECOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

FOR RENT
R RENT-Housekeeping apart-,
ents and double rooms---furnish-
I or unfurnished. Same with hot
nd cold running water. Near down
wn and campus. $18 and up. 203
outh Thayer St. 89-3
I RENT-Large double room, four}
indows, a block and a half from
ie campus, for one or two students,
w price. Call 751-W, ask for
lee. 88-4

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Saturday evening between 209
St. State St. and the Armory, Sigma
Kappa Delta pin. Initials C. K. C.
on back. Reward if returned to
above address. Phone 2488-J. 89-3

FOUND - Package of

gentleman'sI

* RENT-Pleasant room for
ntlemen or man and wife. In
iking distance of campus.
Universtiy. Phone 2579-R.

two
easy
1105
89-3

R RENT-Furnished housekeepingI
partment. Two rooms and kitch-
tte. Near campus. Quiet surround-
igs. 1207 Willard St. 90-3
R RENT-A front suite for two.
ien. Half. block from campus.
'rice $10.00 a week. Phone 1496.
89-3
R RENT-Large warm front suite
>r man and wife or ladies. Near
ampus. 1724-J. 89-3
R RENT-Pleasant front suite and
orch. For next semester. 429 So.
ivision. 89-3
WANTED
.NTED--200 caps to clean and
ress. We make them look like
ew, for very little money. Stu-
ents' Pressing Shop. Cor. North
. and Thayer. In the basement. 90-2
NTED-Large warm., quiet room
r suite for two students at Uni-
ersity. Will pay the price for pro-
er place. Box D. G., Daily. 90-2
NTED-A roommate of good hab-
s to share suite. Call Babcock,
672-R, or 421 Thompson. 90-2
NTED - Upperclassman to share
rge suite. Steam heat. Phone
194-M. 89-3
NTED-Six men students to board
t private home second semester.
iquire 206 14th St. 91-3

laundry, marked C. A. Inquire at
Bldgs. and Grounds Dept., Univer-
sity. 91
LOST-A book of Milton's poems lost
somewhere in Mason Hall. Name of
owner in book, Helen Middleswart,
Newsberry Residence. 91
LOST-One gray glove. Reward. Tel.
2633-M. 91
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Woodstock typewriter in
first class condition, $35. Call Pen-
noyer at 1526-R between. 5:30 and
6:00. 89-3
FOR SALE-A Vega Banjorine-a $901
instrument; will sell for $35. Look
it over. Call Davis or Martin, 612
Church St., 1070-W. 90-2
FOR SALE - Furniture, Highest
grade oak dining room and mahog-
any buffet. Phone 1558-J. 90-3
FOR SALE-Man's evening clothes,
size 36. Call at 1109 Prospect.,
Phone 1405-J. 90-3
FOR SALE-Highest grade oak din-
ing room set, also mahogany china
cabinet, telephone 1558-J. 91-3
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady income, with a chance to
build up ,a permanent business,
should call at 310 State St., third
floor. National Casualty Co. 13
WILL THE fellow who exchange($
overcoats with me in Poly. Sci. 1,
Wednesday morning at 8, please call
Bradley, 2220? 91
ADDITIONAL copies of suggested
questions for Psychology 7 can be
secured today from 2 to 4 and from
7 to 9 at 953 Grenwood. 25c. 91

Patrons of the ball have been chos-
en and are as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
Wooster W. Bernan, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Wait, President and Mrs. Mar-
ion L. Burton, Dr. and Mrs. Harry B.
Hutchins, Dr. and Mrs. Wilbert B.
Hinsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Dud-
ley, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson,
Dr. and Mrs. Victor C. Vaughan, Dr.
and Mrs. Claudius B. Kinyon, and Mrs.
William G. Doty.
PROFESSORS TO TALK AT GOOD-
FELLOWSHIP MEETING TONIGHT
Dr. A. L. Cross, Hudson professor of
European history, will speak at the
Goodfellowahip meeting to be held
at 8 o'clock tonight in Harris hall. He
will take as his subject "A Few Re-
marks." Prof. S. L. Bigelow, of the
chemistry department, will report on
the "follow-up" work of the nation
wide campaign for Goodfellowship.
PROF. DAVIS TO ADDRESS
MINNESOTA TEACHERS, FEB. 17
Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the education
department, will talk the night of
Feb. 17 and the morning of Feb. 18,
at a meeting of the Northeastern Min-
nesota Teachers' association in Du-
luth. His subjects will be "Moral
Education in the Schoolsl' and
"Standardizing Agencies and Their
Work."
Athena Society Elects Officers
Semi-annual elections of the Athe-
na Literary society were held Tuesday
night, at which time the following peo-
ple were elected to office: Euphemia
Carnahan, '22, president; Doris Grac-
ey, '21, vice-president; Beatrice Cham-
pion, '23, secretary; Rebecca Condon,
'22, treasurer; Martha Shepard, '22,
oratorical delegate.
SHAKESPEAREAN CLASSES
TO PRESENT "INGOMAR"
"Ingomar" will be presented by the
Shakespearean reading classes of the
public speaking department at 8
o'clock this evening in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. This is the second pub-
lic recital of the plays studied by the
class to be given this semester.
Miss Wardner Called Home by Illness
Miss Doris Wardner, of the physical
education department, has returned to
her home in Norwood, Mass., on ac-
count of her mother's illness. It is
uncertain when she will be able to re-
turn.
Art needle work, supplies, stamp-
ing, hand made articles. Lessons giv-
en in embroidering, knitting, crochet-
ing, painting and basketry. The Wis-
teria Shop, with the Women's Ex-
change. No. 10, Nickel'sArcade.-
Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertlseru.-.Adv.

LAST TIMES TODAY

Lnaded
by an.
ALI: STARCAST

COMING
ONE WHOLE WEEK
STARTING NEXT
SUNDAY
CHARLIE
CHAPLIN
IN
THE GREATEST
COMEDY THE
WORLD HAS
EVER KNOWN
"Th
A COMEDY WITH A
SOUL AND DEVOID
OF CHEAP SLAP-
STICK
A COMEDY WITH
A TEAR AS WELL
A LAUGH AND A
CHUCKLE
Showing in
Conjunction with
WORLD'S
PREMIER
SHOWINGS.

We have pointed out that about
eighty tons of rock must be
brought to the surface and un-
dergo various treatments in the
course of three years to pro-
duce the value of a finished one-
carat stone. Even after the
rough stones are transported to
London, the great diamond mar-
ket, and from there to various
parts of the world by expert
diamond - cutters, there is a
waste of practically 60 per cent fYoU 1 iSEd Ou
in the cutting.-Continued.
. Last !'ight Try Now.
SHLANDERER PhoneE4Rt.
- AND a
'611me of Good Diamonds"M T A M T O If

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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A woman pays
te price of folly
when conscience speaks
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THE PHOTO-DRAMATIC
SENSATION
LjOVE .HONOR
AR!)OBEY,
WITH AN~
PPA=D FOR ThE ScEEN Y
EUGEA4WALER
P1AOUCEIDBY
ARTHUR HERBRT
┬žAW T11KQ LBIN
1 P'ICTURE S I.NC.'
From Charles Neville Buck'. powerful
novel, "The Tyranny of Weakness.' Di-
rected by Leander de Cordova. Personally
supervised by MAXWELL KARGER

poignantly human drama
of the love of luxury-and
the luxury of lo)e.
Prom the ,tagepla by Avery
Hopwood and Channing Pol-
lock. Scenario by Arthur
Zellner. Directed by Fred
Sittenham.
M 4XWELL KARGER
Director General

notebooks,
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etc.,
90-4

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