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Finishing

Lantern Slides

GROUPS
Daylight or Flashlight
Indoors or Outside
13 E. University Ave.

N~EW SCHOOL OF EDUCATION~
SHOWS ENROLLMENT INCREASE
An increased enrollment of 68 new
members in the new School of Educa-
tion was reported this semester in
addition to the total enrollment of 147
students at the opening of the school
last semester. There is now a total
of 193 members, 62 men and 141 wo-
men. In the department "of physical
education, there are 19 enrollments,
12 men and seven women. Registra-
tion is open only to juniors and se-
niors.

EXPLAINS COMPUTATION
DOEP SCHOLARSHIP CHART
Scholarship charts for fraternities,
sororities,' and house clubs, issued in
September each year, are based upon
the grades of the two semesters of
the preceding year jointly. ' Groups
frequently wish, however, to ascertain
their standings for the first semester.
The method of computation, as out-
lined by Registrar- Arthur G. Hall, is
therefore explained by means of the
following, allustrative example.
The number of hours of each grade
of every member of the organization,
all schools and colleges of the Uni-
versity, should be tabulated and to-
taled. The hours of incomplete, ab-
sent from examination, etc., are to

Queer Salutations Figure In Letters
Advertising "Sm art Set" Article

(By Delbert Clark)-
Circulation advertising for the lit-
erary whip of America has recently
been flooding the Michigan campus
in formidable waves. Faculty and offi-
cers of administration of the Univer-
sity, from the President down to the
Janitor of the R. 0. T. C. office, have
each received a stereotyped letter in-
closing a subscription blank for the
publication.
Balderdash?!
A casual scansion of this mess of
drivel will reveal to a one-eyed amo-
eba that it -is a lot of blithering balder-
dash. An inexcusable ignorance of
facts is coupledwith half-wit .stupid
ity. A few examples will suffice to
convince the -most pig-headed of the

ot Dry Cleaning is washing
your garments in Benzol'
or Gasoline. We use't
Benzol exclusively.
Ann Arbor 's Only Cleaners NOT Using Gasoline

be omitted from the
tion. Example:
Hours
A 10 x
B 39. x
C 50 x
D 20 x
E 10 x
IX 8
120.

further computa-

Count
1.004
.85
.40
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Total
10.00
25.50
35.00
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0

78.50

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The weighted credit, 78.50, divided
by the number of hours completed,
120, gives the percentage standing of
the group, 65.4. percent. By reference
to the margin of last year's chart,
this will be found to be considerably
below tC grade average.
SOPH LIT DUES I
Soph lits may 'pay their dues I
for the year, from 0 o'clock until F
4 o'clock, Tuesday, Feb. 21, in I
the main corridor. of University
hall. No tickets for the prom I
will be issued to anyone who has I
not paid. The -dues are $1.00.
CLASS. TREASURER.
A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main

infallibility of my statements, not only
in this case but in any others that
may arise. The No'rdic influence of the
pack of stoneheads whose influence
emanates like bad whisky from the
Atlantic coast is driving all accurate
biologic thought from the country.
But I weary of tiresome originality-
let me quote. The rot that follows is
an example of what may be found in
the advertising matter which has been
received from the whip by campus
' officials:
"Prof. Marion L. Burton, Dear Mad-
am,;-it is too nerve-racking, this,
fearful expectation of seeing some day
the address, Dr. Thomas Edison Lov-
ell, President, University of Michigan,
Dear Tom. But to continue: "Prof.
Francis J. Dunbar, Dear Sir"; posh!
The lady in question is too busy at the
Shop to thunder a fitting denunciation..
This bosh is worthy of the dinosaurs,
perhaps, but not of moderns like "the
aristocrat of American magazines." 1
do not know how they get that way,
neither do I care. They are that way.
It may look humorous, but to me it is
pathetic. It is a strong indication of
the passing of a great race.
And Again ... .
By thecourtesy' of the Secretary of
the University I have secured the fol-
lowing, gem to completa the brooch,
in 'lead-foil setting:"Miss.Shirley*W.
Smith, Dear Madam"; damned rot! I{
renounce the publication and I have

hunted in the waste basket for the
various rejection slips they have sent
me in the past, and which I have been
saving as souvenirs to make a crazy
quilt, in order to send them back. 1
cannot find them. As I remember
now, I seem to have pieced them to-
gether with binder twine into a neck-
tie for my Sunday outfit, and it has
no doubt long since succumbed to the
onslaughts of the Vhrsity laundry,
thus completing the cycle of evolution.
I am not adverse to destructive
criticism, especially of anything I my-
self write. And keeping this in mind,
I say that American pseudo-civiliza-
tion - is fulfilling my fondest expecta-
tions, and with the chuckle-heads who
have condemned our literature to a
perdition of eternity without Crane,
without Cabell, without Father Eddie
Guest, we may look soon for a snivel-
ling. petticpatocracy of stenographers
who cannot spell, and dictators who
idiotically confuse professors with
presidents, and males with misses, to
the eternal hysteria of the letter-read-
ing public, with its perverted sense of
the ridiculous. Asses?
'Nuffs Enough
If they are not asses, they-are most
certainly worms. In this forecast I can
not be mistaken. My biologic search
convinces me of it, and'the unutter-
able pishposh uttered by magazine
editors points to the confirmation of
my views.
But I weary. I shall take my Sans-
krit dictionary under my arm, my
flask of bootleg Nestle's food in my
hip pocket, my typewriter in my hand,
and wander dismally down to State
street, to watch the procession of pif-
fling dolt dribble past,
Detroit Alum
Plan Dance Tor
AIi Universities

Want to be .conomical?
Here 's a final clearance of

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Good News
For'
Hungry Students

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If you have not yet become acquainted,
with Good Eats Caf eteria, there is no
better time than now.

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$1650 $2150

Alumni from 25 different universities
are now co-operating with the Detroit
University of Michigan club to give
the All-university bill Feb. 27, at the
Graystone in Detroit.
The plan was started by the Uni-
versity of Michigan club and the De-
troit Association of University of Mich-
igan Women, and all university people
will be invited regardless of their alma
mater. The proceeds of the dance
will be given to the fund for the new
Women's League building.
The patrons: and patronesses from
Ann Arbor are Regent Junius E. Beal
and Mrs. Beal, Dean Joseph A. Burs-
ley and Mrs. Bursley, Registrar Arthur
G. Hall and Mrs. Hall,. Frederick. P.
Jordan and Dean! Jordan, and Wilfred
B. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw. Mason P.
Rumney, '08E, president of the Detroit
alumni, invited President Marion L.
Burton and Mrs. Burton to attend the
ball,tbut because of a previous engage-
ment on that date, the President will
not be able to be there.
Tickets for the affair have been
placed on sale at the desk in the Union
or may be procured from Wilfred
Shaw, editor of the Alumnus. The
price is $5 a couple, or $3 ,for a single
ticket.
The Graystone, where the affair
will be given, is a new building on
Woodward, between Willis and Can-
field avenues. It has one 'of the
largest ball rooms in the state and a't
least 1,000 couples are expected to
attend.

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we are serving old fashioned,
CHICKEN DINNER
FOR
65c
which you find will hard to beat
Regular Meals 35c up

Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Mars

The Best in Town
GOOD EATS CAFETERIA
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fabrics, styles, colors, tailoring.
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Prices are sensational to make
the clearance immediate!

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Women's Swimming Meet
Tuesday, February, 21
Enter Monday, City Y. M. C. A.

Women's

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CITY Y.M.C.A.

ReU Conlin Fiegel Co.

Class Hours:

Monday and Thursday, 3.30 to 4.3o P. M.
Tuesday and Friday, 8.oo to 9.00 P. .
Wednesday and Saturday, 9.30 to 10.30 A. ).

T ain Street at Washington

SIGN AT U. HALL MONDAY

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TICKETS
on Sale at
SCHOOL fOF MUSIC

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ruary 20

Soloiat With the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Oslp Gabrilowitech, Conductor.

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