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DAiLY

PAL HOSPITAL
STATE-VAUGHAN

Medical Facilities in Rural
rcts No^Attraction for}
Good Doctors

the result that younger and better
doctors will be locating there. The
alarming death rate for the rural dis-
tricts will decrease immediately, Dr.
Vaughan says.
FORMER MICHIGAN WOMAN
DIES AT LOCAL SANITARIUM

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"Does Michigan hold the lives of
ys and girls living in small towns
d the country as less valuable than
e lives of those who dwell in the
rger cities?" This is a question
ised by Dr. R. M. Olin, commission-
of health, recently.
According to Dr. V. C. Vaughan,
an of the Medical college, there is
present a serious lack of medical
eilities available for use by country
ctors, and as a result only inferior
ctors are found in the country and
e small towns.
"What is needed is a municipal hos-
tal in every county in the state,"
ys Dr. Vaughan. In this way modern
edical apparatus will be available for
e by doctors in rural districts with

Mrs. William J. Digby, '11, of De-
troit, died this morning at St. Joseph's
sanitarium, following an attack of
heart trouble.
Formerly a resident of Ann Arbor,
Mrs. Digby attended the University
and later had charge of the medical
desk at the University library in
1915. While in 'the University Mrs.
Digby was a member of Collegiate
Sorosis and the Detroit Review club.
Funeral services will be held to-
morrow in Battle Creek.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

TEChNIC IANTS WORKERS I
JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY Freshmen and Sophomore try-
outs are wanted at once for the
DISTINCTIVE COSTUMES CIIAItAC- All entering students should make Technic. {
T ENTIVE ODTCE CAA arrangements at Barbour gymnasium
TION Ufor medical examinations.'~
TIOg Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
Approximately 10 girls make up hImportant meeting of senior girls
Apprximaely100 irl mak upat 4 o'clock Wednesday in Barbour A AD NERTY
the final cast of the annual Junior at4HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Girls' play which will be given on gymnasium.DECH
March 18 and 19 at the Whitney thea-!
ter. The three performances includ- All senior girls should be measured There is unlimited demand for skilled
ing the matinee on Saturday will be for caps and gowns this week at den ists and specialists in dentistry.
open only to women, as has always Mack's department store, in order that 'Ihis school offers a most thorough
been the custom. they may be ordered in time for Jun- ;nd efficilnt training in this interest-
Work on the play is progressing ior Girls play. n profession. For those who wish to
rapidly with rehearsals scheduled specialize therare course in55 i Oral
every day. The cast includes 22 The board of directors of the Wom-S urgey ,Orhodontia (straightening
, ot teeth) and other branches. Instruc-
speaking parts and a number of dis- en's league will meet at 1 o'clock Wed- lionbeandens. IBstrcd
tinby leading dentists of Boston and
tinctive choruses. Much talent is dis- nesday to discuss a change in life vicinity. Up-to-date equipment with
played by the members of the chorus- membership fees. unusual opportunities for practical
es as well as by the leads, according work. A college certificate indicating
to the committee in charge, and un-'one year's work in college English,
General rehearsals of Junior Girls' Biology, Chemistry, as well as high
usual costuming will add greatly to play will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock school or college Physics, required
the general effectiveness of the plot this afternoon and from 7 to 9 o'clock for admission. Write for particulars.
itself. tonight, at Sarah Caswell Angell hall. ErGENE 1. SWIT1, 1. 1. )., Dean
for rehearsals, I see no reason why Best ci, )fass.
Our layshold ot b evn btte Athena Literary society will meet
our play should not be even better
than anv before." said Edna Groff. '22.promptly at 7:15 o'clock tonight in

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4EGE ly L[iV , AGE .L L i , , w
chairman of the play committee. The the Alpha Nui rooms in University
cast, manuscript, lyrics, music, and hall.
committee have already contributed
much toward making the play a suc- Regular practice of the University
cess. Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
)AUGHERTY '81Lgymnasium. All members who have
not turned in the Glee club dance tick-
IN NEW CABINET ets are asked to check up at this time.

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Two graduates from the
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST- Black leather pocket loose-
leaf note-book. Notes very import-
ant to owner. Finder please write
or leave at Box X. H. B. Daily of-
fice or call 1739-R. 99-2
LOST-One Silver Coin Purse, initial
H. C. S. Finder please return to
1333 Washtenaw or call 2226-M.
Reward. 10.0
LOST-Girl's red sweater Thursday
night between Ferry Field and 433
Maynard St. Phone 2707-J. 100
LOST-Pair of gray buckskin gloves,
Saturday morning. Reward. Phone
Dunn, 1166. 100-2
LOST-Silver Eversharp pencil en-
graved D. W. C. Finder please call
1534-W after 6 P. M. 99-2
LOST-Grey suede glove on State St.,
Tuesday. Call 1521-W. 100
WANTED
WANTED - Advanced Engineering
and Commercial Art students, good
at tracing and making sketches, to
teach a process to local and out-of-
town business men. Call Monday
and Wednesday evenings only. Maj-
or Carson, 1200Packard St. 98-3
WANTED - Summer salesman for
splendid selling propostion. You
are guaranteed $525.00 salary, andl
can make three times that much.
For particulars call, Martin Larson,
959. 99-3
WANTED-Regular Boarders at 1106
Washtenaw Ave. Across from Gym
and Dental College. Good home
cooking. Inquire at 407 E. Univer-
sity Ave. for rates. Dinner 11:30
to 1:00: Lunch 5:30 to 6:30. 100-3
WANTED--To rent first floor suite.
Bath on same floor. North of cam-
pus. Box F. B., Daily. 100-2
WANTED-Student living near Wal-
nut and Geddes Aves. to tend furn-
ace. Phone 2635-R. 100-3
WANTED - Two tickets for Soph
Prom. Call 357, 98-3

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large front room for
single student. Well lighted and
, well beated. Very congenial people.
Three other fine roomers. Very
reasonable Well located. Call
2388-J. 100
F OR RENT-Large room - for two
students-modern throughout. Also
roommate desired. Apply 408 S. 5th
Ave. Just off Williams. 100-3
FOR RENT-A large front room ar-
ranged for two students. $3.50 each
or $5.00 for one. 425 S. Division
St. 100-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Dressers with 14x24 bevel
plate mirrors and three drawers,
solid oak, $24.75. Brand new spring
designs. The St. Clair Shop, 309-311
N. 4th Ave. Phone 454. 100-3
MISCELLANEOUS
YOU CAN earn two thousand dollars
next summer. Mr. Cobb at Bay City
earned $220.50 last week. Good pos-
tions for next summer may still be
obtained by calling on H. L. Bald-
win. Income does not stop when
summer vacation is over. but con-
tinues the year around. 310 State
St., 3rd floor. 98-7
MAKE A NOTE OF THIS.
Typewriting of all kinds. First;
class work guaranteed. Double
space, 10c per page; single space,
20c per page; carbon -copies, 1c ex-
tra, each. 0. N. Graves, 517 S. Di-
vision; H. A. Hart, 953 Greenwood.
Phones 1512-J., 2726-W. 97-6
SAVE RENT-Buy a sanitary couch+
and spare space. Garvey Wishbone
fabric, six spirel supports for $8.50.
The St. Clair Shop, 309-311 N. 4th
Ave. Phone 454. 100-3
SERVICES of a high-grade cook avail-
able for catering in your own home.
Dinner parties a specialty. Phone
2705-J. 95-6
LOCKSMITH - All kinds, door and!
trunk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
ialty. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. 92-121

Edwin Denby, '96L, secretary of the
navy, and Harry M. Daugherty, '81L,
attorney general, are two graduatesI
chosen by Senator Harding.
Harry M. Daugherty was Harding's
campaign manager at the Chicago con-
vention. He has led a public life.
Elected to the Ohio legislature in
1888, he served for five years. He
was chairman of the state RepublicanI
executive committee in 1912. In 19204
he scored his greatest success in hav-a
ing Senator Harding nominated as Re-
publican candidate for president in the
Chicago convention.
Senator Harding has repeatedly
stated that he believed in Daugherty's
ability to serve as attorney general
and legal advisor.
ALUMNAE TO SPEAK
AT W.A.A. BANQUET
Plans for the annual banquet and
cotillion to be given by the Women's
Athletic association on Saturday,
March 5, are well under way.
Arm bands and silver pins will be
awarded at the banquet to those girls
who have earned the required number
of athletic honor points. Toasts by
Dean Myra B. Jordan and alumnae of
the association will be given. Claris-
sa Vyn, '18, a former president of the
association, will be one of the speak-
ers. Special entertainment has been
planned for the cotillion, which will
be held in the gymnasium after the
banquet.
Tickets -are now on sale in Miss
Marion Wood's office in Barbour gym-
nasium.
BRUMMD AND WHITE SPEAK IN I
TOWNS ON EXTENSION TRIPS
"Education in Life" was the subject
af an address delivered by Prof. J.
L. Brumm of the journalism depart-
ment, before a meeting of the Parent-
Teacher association last night at
Clio. Prof. Albert E. White, of the
chemistry department, spoke before a
meeting of an industrial organization
yesterday afternoon at Pontiac.
Both lectures were delivered under
the direction of the University Exten-
sion Service.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN MEET
INDUSTRIAL CLUB LEADERS
Mrs. Thomas E. Rankin, Mrs. Louis
Karpinski, Miss Hulda Bancroft, and
a group of University women attended
the fifth annual banquet of the Grace-
Whitney-Hoff federation of clubs of
the Detroit Y. W. C. A. at the Board
of Commerce, Saturday night.
More than 500 members of the In-
dustrial Girls' clubs were present.
Dean Jordan Unable to Return Home
Due to unexpected illness, Dean:
Myra B. Jordan will not be able to be
at home to University women this aft-
ernoon as was previously announced.
Dean Jordan is at present at Atlantic
City, where she has been attending a
convention of deans of women.
Prof. Tealdi Gives Lecture at Howell
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, of the land-
scape design department, lectured up-
on civic improvement last week be-
fore the chamber of commerce and
school children in Howell.

Basketball practice will be
the regular hours this week.
Let a classified ad find that
ticle.-AdY.

1 *FN 0
ft 4 - A N -'0
PRESSEV

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Vesper services will be held at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in New-
berry hall.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at Helen Newberry residence.
A meeting of Mortarboard will be
held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night
at the Delta Delta Delta house.
Tickets for the banquet and cotil-
lion will go on sale between 3 and 5
o'clock Thursday at Barbour gymnas-
ium. Extra cotillion tickets will also
be on sale at that time at Miss Wood's
office.
Any girls wishing to act as squad
leaders in gymnasium work are re-
quested to report at Miss Wood's of-
fice at once.

VA'SLUNCH
Where they all go
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