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SOCIAL SE ICE WORK
FATOR IN HOSPITAL
(By ilauirce Berman)
How many of us are aware that the
University hospital, which we usually
think of as a place simply to be "made
well," devotes considerable of its at-
tention just toward making people
happy and contented? Modern thera-
peutics recognizes that it must go
further than correcting "mistakes" by
surgery and medicine. The University
hospital maintains a distinct depart-
ment of social service for the well-
being of patients. It goes further than
correcting physical ills.
Helps in Various Ways
What profiteth a man to get well, if
he cannot find work, because of a cer-
tain physical defect? Among other
things, the department finds work for
discharged patients, furnishes clothing
for patients, and attends to securing
mothers' pensions and workmen's com-
pensation.
In the treatment of children, it is
most desirable that they be kept happy
and contented. In addition to bedside
work, such as reading to the children,
parties are arranged on different holi-
days, an once a week, the children
are taken to the movies. Heads of the

used at all times and at all games- this log as country-wide propaganda
a guide book containing all the rules, for bolstering up recruiting.
by-laws, and exceptions to the rules of The literarily-inclined will find some
the gridiron sport-illustrated explan- solace in the fact that true art sur-
ations of the various intricate plays vives, despite the tendency of the times
and terms which so often perplex to discourage it-"Sweet Alice," Gar-
would-be savants of the great out- goyle's prize poem, is worthy indeed
door game-all these are combined in of a greater author (Freshmen are1
the November issue of the Gargoyle, warned not to use this gem of inspir-
which will appear on the campus niion for their rhetoric themes.) A
Tuesday, Nov. 15, in time for the un- "The Pestiferous Dr. Few Kanchu,"
learned to study up before the Min- a novelette that will thrill even those
nesota game next Saturday. wo have seen Pola Negri's latest
The cover depicts a football hero, proUction, has just been secured from
in the garb of a Turkish potentate, the pen of one of America's foremost
joyously basking in the smiles and engineering experts.
caresses of many handfuls of beauti- i'le home and hearth lave not been
ful maids. The hero (envied be he!) neglected in this number, and the
is putting up weak interference against famiiy department continues stronger
the forward passes of his friendly op- and more powerful in giving bineficial
ponents. Oh, Omar, npw thy secretl advice to the housekeeper, the love-
is out-thou must have been captain loin, and those who aspire to beauty
of the sultan's smoke-eating, harem- or fame. One girl has written in to
owning, love'defying-but-not-denying the editor stating that one glance at
football team! this page so enlightened her that she
Following close in the wake of Air-1has decided to cancel her J-Hop date
mistice day, ex-tars who saw service and go home to her brother's wedding
in Brooklyn, Hoboken or Calias, will party instead,
find the "Log of a Rum Runner" of "Louie the Lit" makes his first ap-
especial timely interest. Requests pearance Tuesday, having arrived rath-
have come from the fereal naval re- er late. but full of advice to "debs,"

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s 1ichigan men started *
> playing billiards with us *
Mn 19A~ and have kept it g
up in increasing numbers *
V ever since. Michigan men *
of today will find here A 1 *
equipment, good fellow-
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G o l s Grid Game'Ne r xt "buds," and also the male species of
arg y s x society shining lights. He knows more
W il g -*T girls than the Ypsilanti section of the
nemphus nsDirectory used to contain-and surely
that alone is worth the price of the
An athletic program which can be ruiting ofices for permission to use magazine.

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department ciaim that the work could_
hardly be carried on without the aid
of the King's Daughters, who are in-
constant co-operation, arranging the
parties,nfurnishing clothing, books and
take the children to the movies.TA E E A A
Others Lend a Hand
Man girls in the University are .___________
lending their services, giving at least T D - M NDAY - TUEDAY
the children, telling stories and writ- r
ing letters. Professor Ray K. Immel l..r" **
of the public speaking department,
frequently sends students in his story
telling classes to the hospital to en
tertain the kiddies. Occupational train- 2
ing, such as basket-making is given
to patients, who through physical
weakness might be inactive other -
wise. e -
The Hallowe'en party whichwas re-=a5Wiflam =
cently given the children through the Hat
efforts of the King's Daughters of the r
Congregational church was a big suc-
cess, and the kiddies are now looking
forward to their Christmas party.
Some of them, it is claimed, have never
seen a Christmas tree. 12
Several hundred garments for the't
children have been brought into the2 y
hospital by state-wide work of the
King's Daughters, but there is stilld-
need for children's outer garments, -
and coats and trousers for convales-
cent men.
THEY'RE GOING TO DRESS W
DOLLS AT NORTHWESTERN
Fraternity boys at Northwestern uni
versity will spend their spare time r
for the next fe wdays in making doll
dresses. One sorority has sentan in-Il
vitation to each of the twelve fra-2, =
ternities to enter a do in a contest
which is to decide which fraternity D II i
has the best idea of the dress that best
symbolizes the modesty of girls.
He was better at punching cattle than jamming words. But he looked like the Governor!
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Come and see the new kind of light Brand carried to the Capitol!
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