le respective i-nes of work,, andi are
of an lionorary nature, mmesi
being orained only thiro ugh election.
The paper's to be gi venbyDgWr
thin and Dr. Weller ildal it
th~e results which they have cbU
in' highly specialized research in
tpathology during the pa ;t year. O t e C o h - s
every one tat was admitteadidu to a present the results of research wvork
lack of campus rooming faciles . ewmtod anlsi arido
WILLAR MINy Professor WXillard in collaboration
W" R RTE RILSwlith his advanced stuidents. In the
Foil f HEAiAL PURLLCAT'IOX past se ven months 1,c has published 14.
pap;ers on this subject and on perch-
Pirofks;Or I K TL Wilard, of the lorates wb]Cli are his specialty. 'Fhe
cemlistry department, will have two papers to,-appear in April are en j
ppers> in1the journal Kof t_ mercan tited,"The, Volumetric DeterImina-
;heicl s ity o prl hose wl ,tin of'Mlolybd6enum by Titration with
a Titanous Salt" and "The Volumet-
ric .Determination of Selenium in the
Presence of Tellurium, Iron, and Cop-
Remember "Jimmie the adtaker's"
4Let "Jimmie the adtaker" find it!
v:. y E R TWU
aljl club plans, if the pre- the plan 1of taking out an insurance
ent mneets with general ap- policy for tile class gift. On the ex-
ffer P. prize of $7,500 and a r> lat :cfl of the policy, thecge will
intract to the college base-I recere- o45,O0O.
who is judged most worthy1- - g
u~dging will be e on the 5 a4utn"aryr of a
Free things: athletic abil- been introduced as ani trani~ral
'ship, and character. I 5110l't. M 'embers1. of thevriu fra- '
Aigler expressed hirn sell ternities and Club5.,ar'e organizing si; x-
in favor of this plan, and man teams to talve parn the play.
iich would encourage both' Texas is another university to show-:
Ad scholarship. H-e said interest in thiS sport.
directly in line wvith the
athletic board, which an- Colim.-JoiaA new mehdofean
ds a prize of $100 to the ination has b2een inaura ted whereby,
athlete who is judged to a studceit marks right cr wi ong state-
deserving by .these same maswihaegvnhm yti
method each unswer' coun11ts one, on--
g more specifically upon is substracted for each ircori'et ans= _
i cl b s b n (,,P O iS O er, a d a l u a eic t C i.athat he did not see how counts nothing.
succe:ssfully carried out.
ou,t that it is a gigantic W'ashiingtoni-Senior nr clearer'
one athlete fromt the many: $210 shining .shoes one dlay. Tie money,
ol.He also doubted the 'was turned over toQ associated char-
d2 2S:1LSd'b: 6L7CY. ,CL$ 'YC. rt'^;;..; ;';':L' a"S 5'3SE1F!tLL.;: . :7 .? . ,'.t RT:$"..aS :: "raY .
S ;iSiG -- _ ai(r:.S" _. . .. ._:.:i./r- X Y. ':' A.. . 's_, S iS Y A. _-
Arnold Johnson and Ta4 Orchestra
2377--Crinoline DaYS - Fox Trot - from llkt o
]Box Revue of 1922-23"
k Aa~y DOWix East in Maine-Fos Trot
Oriole Terrace Orchestra
23378-J-ourney's End-Fox Trot-Introdueing '-!lo
Upj" from "Up She Goes"
Porcelan - Maid - Fox Trot - From "MIusic
Box Revue of 1922-23"
1508-Pegutals alasEstrellas (0 Ask of the
Stars Beloveci) Mexican Folk Song
El Celiro (The 1Zephyr) Mexican Folk SQ1ug.
Herbert L. Clarke (Cornetist)
2367-Carnival of Venice (Arban)
Stars in a Velvety Sky (Clarke)
Ernst Hare (Baritone)
2372-In a Corner of the World
Whdfte ay Male Quartet. Frilly Jones (Terror)
2$73-Georgia Cabin Door
Who Did You Fool After All
NEW BRUNSWICK~ RECORDS
NO more waiting to the end of the inpith.
Always something new at Brunswick. Shops.
.Brunswick Records can be played on any phono-
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S. Warthin and Dr. C. V.
d the Medical school leave
for Boston t~o he present a
.bions of several mxedical ire-
:anizatioins to be held there
29th, and 3 0th of taigamonthl.
Carl !Tubcr w fl, at the sameI
in Chica o to be present at
lg of the exe.cutive comnmit-
e American Association of
Whisconsgin-A new freshman hatl'a
replaced the famous skull-cap this
lebraska-The Order of the Goldle
F leece is 'awarding prizes to the fier -
iest freshman," the girl wvith the r.;st
fascinating freckles, the one with the
smost flamling hair, and the one w ithi.
hair nearest lemon. "The go-ea
haired Ibeautdes" wil awari t'e ries
erect a 17250,000 dormitory fo"r grsi
the -01"I- of 1924. Each ofth 7
crne ft --.esiate will have to(c3 -
tribute ~$2 Per moniker to rch ',ithe s+Y v i uk b
2,y valuable s. I nc the j , 1L co i e C;e .ba 1 f t o " tm..d.7 ST'.4H:.f_______________rNr,'+tt+°.. .~ a:-.
(-t_.' r away, ". s l two" uncswwgi t rms:= lastst nvayer.i.erK"5ors
TODAY AND TOMORROW
lhe P~oston insepaings,, Dr. War-
ii-d Dri. Weller will each ad-
the meeting of the. American As-
oni for Cancer Research, and the
lto f t e ATei f- Pathology and Bacteriology.
actors are nlem~bers of tho Coun-
the International. Association of
il FMuseun-s'and w1_11 also at-
the raeeting of the executive
1 of that body. Dr. Warthin is
tber of the editorial bo.rd in
eof' the publications of the Iu-
jonal Association of -Medical
organization,-, whose meetings
Pop. Mats. 7-ues.,
Thurs. Pnd Sawt.,
le QQoRpagn y
y -.Colorful Musical
.y of ,Spanish iFouls
WAe.Maq. - ri52to1.5a
S;J5 Nlst..- 50C e tl 02.5E
*srs. Shubort Prseint
ngfill , f Youih'
vf _lane 'S Pla Sca
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f if 7U TLD
3L~r^ V <;5has they tenseness4 of
.f TOL'ABLE DAVID"
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Sao" o °c o't
iNE~Z 1 HT, I i 11 I i " Featuring :1"
A!CA1)E .Ik r hI qII P'lin Strr
I,~Ri elell Simpsonr
All ~e'its, 2ic stUr as
I .}hr a d hi am u
, / r
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on your old
Betty as a glowing creature 6f fire and
romance-half H-awaiian, half American. In
a story of love and mystery actually filmed
You'll see Betty riding
famocus beach at Waikiki.
the natives with her wa~id
the surf at the
r ® n f rct s .
inl exchange for a
ALSOTO0N llE ''
The Eintertainers Who
Arbor ipith a
Hab, Hit Aimn
y mo ur
and his famous