A meeting of the University Girls'
I Glee club will be held at 1 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
sked to STUDENTS OFFERED
ny or- EUROPEAN TOURS
from 9 Four student tours to European
countries, membership in *fwhich is
open to students and instructors in
at and American colleges and universities,I
ay will has been organized for the summerof
morn- 1922 under the auspices of the Institute
all. of International Education. The four
groups include tours to Great Britain,
naking Italy, France, and the Scandinavian
Baker, The tours have been established on
a non-commercial basis for the pur-
pose of enabling college students to
r the travel in foreign countries during
H. W. their summer vacation, at the lowest
rtt. 'possible cost, under capable guidance
.and instruction, and under dignified
Imitted auspices. In many cases special cour-
ednes- tesies will be accorded to the students'
once a tours by the governments and univer-
ednes- sities of the countries visited.
All members of the tours will sail
from New York on the steamship
Janet "Saxonia" on July 1, and will return to
e work New York on September 1. The price
1 work of membership in each of the tours is
l from $675. Travel artangements will be
:ernoonmanaged on behalf of the Internation-
al Students' Tours by the travel de-
partment of the American Express
company. Qomplete information can
Fresh- be obtained from Irwin Smith, director
held at of the International Student Tours',
30 East 42nd street, New York City.
Over in the University hospital is a
whole ward of helpless little children
Buy your class
-youngsters who can't move, pho
can't play, and who sometimes can't
even use their hand or read. And
they are really human children too,
who wantto do all theschildish things.
So, because they are so helpless, the
Y. W. C. A. social serviceecommittee
sends University girls over to play
with them, read to them, cut out
pictures, and do the many other little
things that mean so much to bedridden
So far this semester there have not
enough girls been going over to the
hospital to help in this way, and some
of the little patients lie there day after
er day, and nobody comes. So Miss
Janet Spiess, who is in charge of the
social service work' at the hosptial
is calling for more volunteers for this
work. Girls may come over as many
times a week as they care to, and for
just as long or as short periods as is
convenient, but the main thing is that
they come. Miss Spiess will be in her
office at the University hosptial from
1:30 to 2:30 o'clock every afternoon
except Mondays, and girls who are in-
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liberty
GRACE D'ARMOND in
"The Beautiful Gambler"
also Larry Semon Comedy
WILLIAM S. HART In
S"The Three Word Brand"
Soon - Tom Meigha in
"The Conquest of Canaan"
"A DEVILISH ROM
A Fox SUNSHINE COMES
SEEING GREENWICH VILLAGE ARCADJ
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SUNDAY AND MOND
Gets Japanese Decoration
Tokio, Jan. 23.-(By mail).-Prof.
G. A. Marcolm, of the Phillipine uni-
versity, has gone on the record as the
first foreigner who has won the Japan-
ese degree off Hogaku Oakase, or
Doctor of Law, for his essays on the
comparison of the constitution in the
Phillipine and the Western Powers.
League Holds Informal Party
Informality marked the regular Fri-
day afternoon party of the Women's
league. Mrs. Albert B. White and Mrs.
Frederick W. Peterson assisted by the
girls of Jordan house served tea in
the parlor. Dancing in the gymnasium
followed the tea.
* Donaldson Has Influenza
Bruce Donaldson, of the arts de-
partment, has been unable to hold
classes this week as the result of a
touch of influenza. At present he Is
at his home in Detroit convalescing
-from his illness.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It nays.-Adv
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
AnIce. Cream Brick Special
Each week-end we put up a specially prepared
ice cream brick. This week's special is called
-- The Irresistible
Made of selected FrenAh Marshmallow Nut
and Maple Mousse,
Call us or get it of our dealers.
A Reliable Jeweler.
113 South Main
nnmu A~ X
2-11 p. m.
Baby Dodo Reid
Last Times Today
A Tale of Tempestous
Wooing on the Spanish
Isle of Madalena
A picture with the glamour of old Spain--
its impetuous loves and the lure of the
soft moonlight nights on the ancient trop-
ical isle of Magdalena.
"Ain't Love Grand"
A Sunshine Comedy
Kinograms - Orchestra
Erlse and Wallas.
Jazz is a wonderful thing!
Many a girl has jazzed her way int
is the story of a girl who jazzed hI
any fun. It broke her heart, to do
But there was another girl in the c
And, since none of this happened
had to go. So this girl drove aw,
But, of course, he didn't stay drive
Youth and the
Kie fem.~e oP U6w pci&
Hew's is onIS one of
A RALPI TWO CE
from~ the p~Ann Stcee Wdouiad r
in his opera box.
And when these
ed and married-
the years that fo
of every angle
York life. With
cast and a dazzle
ty and pleasure.
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