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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AN .910 EXPERT
ILL ADDRESS BUILD
ANDERSON TO SPEAK AT
METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY

.sj PROFESSOR ATTENDS NATIONAL the conference were Dr. James R,
Sty es 'u umHYGIENE ASS'N CONVENTION Angell, president of Yale university,,
and Dr. Haven Emerson, former health,
To uommon es
Mrs. Barbara H. Bartlett, professor commissioner of New York City. At
of public health nursing at the Uni-- this meeting, plans were discussed for;
In the past, fashion decrees have the better co-ordination of private and
usually caused women to sigh and versity has returned from New Haven, public agencies interested in child wel-
take as their sole consolation the Conn., where she attended the twelfth fare, and reports were given on the
words that the Arab king had engrav- annual meeting of the American Child 32 states that had adopted bureaus of
ed on his signet ring "This too will j Hygiene association which was held child hygiene. Health education was,
pass." in that city Nov. 2-5. Over 400 dele- another topic of the session. All the
Today, however, fashion has joined gates were present from allthe states meetings were open to the general'
forces with common sense and togeth- 'u the union. public and were well attended by par-
er they combat tradition and patrio- Among the important speakers at ents, teachers, and the general public.

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ry Anderson, chief of the Wo-
s Bureau of the United States
rtment of Labor, will give the
id of the Wesleyan Guild lecture
s at 7:30 o'clock Sunday night
e Methodist church.
.ss Anderson is one of the two wo-
to occupy positions as bureau
is and is the only woman to re-
a presidential appointment under
resent administration of such im-
ante as to require a confirmation
he -Senate.
e is one of the best informed ex-
s on the problem of emplhyment
romen in the world today. She
led and arbitrated many of the
utes between the government and
yast army of women munition
'ers during the period of the war.
she is endeavoringkto bring about
r working conditions for- the wo-
in industry.
ss Anderson was born in Sweden
came to this country at the age- of
ecial discount on personal Christ-
Card orders received before
20. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Ar-
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Join Our
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;racked-Scratched Records
Exchanged for New Ones
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tin with the result that women's
clOths have gained in sanity.
the long, tight ones that made rwaling
an art diflicult to accomplish. high--
heeled and pointed-toed shoes are no
longar considered suitable for street
wear and the shoes of the modern wo-
manare better shaped and designed
primarily for comfort. Crino;linecs and
flounces and trains had their day and
are picturesque relics of a shackled
past.
Frills have been superseded by use-
ful garments, and the sweater, which
until recently, was tho t to be far
too mascufline for mliladyi~'s wardrobe.
is now popular. Plain, tailored blouses
have gained the favor formerly given
to transparent ones.
The loose, unhampered clothing
which is fashionable at present seems
to be a symbol of the freedom which
women have gained. There was never
a time when it was possible to dress
rationally with so little opposition as
there is now.
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Nowhere is the service more prompt
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Prof. I. Leo Sharfman, of the eco--
nomics department, has been appoint-
ed vice chairman of the Michigan com-
mittee of the nation wide appeal to be
conducted in the near future by the
Jewish War Sufferers' relief. The cam-
paign was recently decided upon at a
Chicago conference and it is hoped to
raise $14,000,000 for Jewish sufferers
in Eastern and Central Europe.
The Michigan quota is $400,000 to be
raised by local committees throughout
the state. The Ann Arbor committee
consists of Os5ias Zwerdling, chair-
man; Mr. Rosenthal, first vice chair-
man; George Bittker, second vice
chairman, and Max J. Goldman, secre-
tary.
Those on the Michigan committeei
besides Professor Sharfman are Fred;
M. Butzel, chairmafi; Louis A. Weil,
secretary; Capt. Isadore Levin, treas-
urer, and Miles Goldberg, campaign
manager.
EETING TO DISCUSS l1Y
BUSINESS FOR JUIJOR GIRLS

We
Suppogse
that all washers
have their
good points,
but the
Universal
Liecric
comes pretty
close to
perfection.

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Adolph Zukor presents
Richard Barthelmess
a"YoutW'
£ The lure of life and all its caressing voices.
The way of the world with one who has turned to the left.
The hand of love, lifting a broken soul to happiness.
Shaped into swift-rushing drama that moves with hundreds
of players through. scenes of tingling realism.
TWENTY -NINE STARS - SEE EDNA
WHEATON AS "BEAUTY." SHE WAS CHOS-
EN FROM 10,000 GIRL$ IN A BEAUTY CON-
TEST, NEW YORK, N. Y., AND DETROIT.
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"Service for Patronage"

For the purp °,os=e of discus'ng bus-
ness concerning ;the Juni r Grls' play
there will be a meeting of all women
of the junior class at 4 o'clock Tues-
day in the league rooms at Barbour
gymnasium. It is especially import-
ant that those interested in trying out
for the play be present to register and
classify for parts. Prof. John L. Brumm
will speak at this time and a sketch of

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FEATURING LOUISE FAZENDA
It's a Scream - Every Scene

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And while their father went down fighting, two lads fled for their lives.
One to become Governor; one a rough, silent plainsman, Unknown to
each other until-? The rest is love and struggle and thrill. With Wm.
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