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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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owderAndCream
rarred In Y Pool
Perhaps it was just the instinctive
ninine desire to offset the monotony
uniform gray suits, or perhaps the
drability of secented baths was a
alluring. At any rate, before their
tial splash into the depths of the
M. C. A. swimming pool, certain
itators of Mack Sennett's nymphs
re been seen ruthlessly and gener-
sly applying their favorite brands
cold cream and powder to noses,
ms, and shoulders. Whereupon the
wers in charge recently summoned
the swimming class into a corner,
ere it was solemnly exhorted never
contaminate the Y. M. C. A. waters
th dier-kiss and lip-sticks again!

Clo~er investigation, however, heap-
ed the guilt upon only a few juvenile
high school members who evidently be-
came afflicted with the spirit of Wal-
lace Reid's "Charm School" in advance
of its press notices. Needless to say,
the training of the enlightened co-
ed swimmer exonerated her as being
far too practical to indulge in such
temporary wiles-(other than at sea-
shores in the summer!)
EDUCATION CLASSES TO VISIT
HIGH SCHOOLS OF JACKSON
Prof. Calvin O. Davis of the edu-
cation department is planning to ac-
company 50 members of his Education
50 classes at their convenience with-
in the next few days to Jackson.

SUMMER' COURSE OPEN
TO GRADUITE NURSES

WJt~omen

All freshmen who have missed their
More than 15 graduate nurses have physical examinations or have failed
written to the Department of Public to make an appointment for one should
Health Nursing, according to Mrs. take them between 8:30 and 12 o'clock
Barbara H. Bartlett, head of the de- this morning or from 1:30 to 4:30
partment, stating that they would o'clock this afternoon.
attend the Summer session starting;
June 30, 1921. Sophomores who have finished their
The department is offering a shprt required gymnasium work should take
course in Public Health Nursing open a physical examination today at Bar-

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 the
patients may be left there. Informa-
tion concerning service work at the
Homoeopathic hospital may be had by
calling 937-W.
All social service workers of the
Homoeopathic hospital are requested
to report at Newberry hall at their
regular hours.
Posture examinations will be held
Thursday and Friday of this week at
Barbour gymnasium.

Exclusively

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THATS WHY
THE "SPOTS"

WON'T

Jim's Cafe

Come and Try Our
25c Luncheons

only to graduate registered nursesI
who desire to fit themselves for pub-
lic health work. The course covers
four months' study and consists of
two months spent at the University'
in theoretical work followed by two
months of field work. Students whoC
have sent in their credentials willI
come from Iowa, Washington, Wyom-
ing, Pennsylvania, Maine, and Illi-
nois. Some of the applications are
from nurses residing in Michigan.
An unusual feature of the fieldc
work is that after one month of ob-
servation and instruction in various
forms of public health nursing at the
Delray Health Center in Detroit,
every student will have an opportu-
nity to study rural problems in
Wayne and Washtenaw counties.
There are many demands for public
health nurses sent in to the depart-
ment, most of the letters asking that
the nurses have a sympathetic under-
standing of rural problems. In order
to give the student an opportunity to.
study county organization, a survey}
of Washtenaw and Wayne counties
has just been made through the as-
sistance of the county chapters of the
American Red Cross.
Learn Shorthand and Typewriting
next semester. Hamilton Business i
College. State and William Sts.-Adv.

Gymnasium classes will begin on
Monday, Feb. 21, for the new semest-
er.
Elective work in gymnasium for the
new semester will be held at the same
hours and will begin on Monday,
Feb. 21.
Headquarters for the social service
department of the Homoeopathic hos-

Illinois Women Run Honor system
The University of Illinois has for
the past two years referred all women
students reported as violators of the
honor system during examinations to
an honor commission composed of
seven women of the university ap-
pointed by the Student council. Stu-
dents found guilty are turned over to
the council of administration for pen-
alty.

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Ann Arbor's only
CLEANERS
not using gasoline
in any form

bour gymnasium.

COMIE

VAN'S LUNCH

YA CK!

Tell-A -
1890 or

Phone
1891

12 to 2-5 to 8t

Where they all go

Try our Special Sunday Dinners

Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.

at a popular price

1116 So. University Ave.

We cater to the best eaters of the stu-
dent body as well as after-adance
parties and theatre parties

We Invite inspection of our kitchen
and foods that we use.

JIM'S

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TODAY and TOMORROW
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THEATRE
TODAY and TOMORROW

JAS. HARDING,Mgr.
Formerly known as S. U. Restaurant - 1121 South University Ave.
WHERE SOME OF THE GOOD EATERS GO

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CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

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CLOSES
ADVERTISING 1AT 3 P.M.

WANTED
VANTED-Room for use as exclusive
art shop. Near campus,-on or near
State St, preferred. Phone 1438-W
or call at Wisteria Shop, No. 10
Nickel's Arcade. 92-3
V'ANTED-Girl to share suite with
two beginning second semester. $4
per week. Opposite campus. Box
J. J., Daily. 92-3
VANTED-Roommate to share nice
front room on second floor with
Soph. Engineer. 923 Greenwood. 92-3
VANTED-Single room near Engin-
eering Building. Must be reason-
able. Box E. J., Daily. 92
VANTED-Six men students to board
at private hometsecond semester.
Inquire 206 14th St. 91-3

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-18 ft. Old Town Canoe
and equipment, set of drawing in-
struments, American Vignola, I and
II, Reed and Guthe's College Phys-
ics. Phone 2019, or inquire 333 E.
Huron St. 92-2
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
REWARD-Twenty-five dolilars cash
reward will be paid for arrest and
conviction .of the person or persons
who took from the hallway of the
Law Building, my green bag con-
taining case books on criminal law,
Sunderland on Pleading, and God-
dard on Agency. F. D. Leonard.
Phone 136-J. 92-3
LOCKSMITH. All kinds door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks and
fitting keys a specialty. Phone 2498.
Dell Keeler. 92-12

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Dougs" latest United Artists productin
in which the big punches pack fremendous
Wallops. rapid fire action.-appealing romance
thrills aoi'e

CONSTANCE TALMADGE
n~ THE P E R F E CT WOMAN

TANTED-Essays, notebooks,
to type. Call 962-M.

etc.,
90-4

FOR RENT
OR' RENT-One two room suite, one
double room, one single room. At
908 Monroe, one block from campus.
House is owned and run by a stu-
dent. 92-3
OR RENT-Furnished housekeeping
apartment.; Two rooms and kitch-
ette. Near campus. Quiet surround-
ings. 1207 Willard St. 90-3

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Light tan muffler in Econom-
ics Bldg., at 9:00 A. M. Thursday.
Kindly return to Wendell Herrick,
526 Church St. Reward. 92-2

RENT-Double room

for next'

semester. Price reasonable. 1012 LOST-Package of photographs. Re-
E. University. Phone 1130. 92-3 turn to 1345 Geddes, 1420-J. Reward.
OR RENT-Large, newly decorated -92-2
front room, on first floor. 923 Green- LOST-Envelope =containing themes.
wood Ave. . 92-3 V. P. John. Phone 2682. 92
OR RENT-Front suite. 924 Oak-- LOST-One gray glove. Reward.
land. 92-3 Phone 2638-M. 92

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Tried to vamp him into submission
By applying for a steno's position
But she was too alarmingly pretty,
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There isn't much we can say except, if you come
early perhaps you can find a seat.

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Hockey Game Tonight

Skating Session Starts 8 O'clock

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