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THE .MICHAIGAN -DAILY____

E'xhibit Shows Functions
Of .library Departmenits
In an attempt to acquaint the stu- the gradual imporvement in bindings
dents more thoroughly, with the var- sdi ulclbais
ious departments of the Library and The last section of the displayj
thieir funictions, a special exhibicionz shows in detail the work done by 'tho"
hasbee arangd i th loer or-extension department in supplying

Woman Considered
For Bench Vacancy -oe
The class in playground work ill
mieet at 2I'll 'l- kWednesd~vaytr
4. nflO~nr; in Bar'bour gymna_.slu??.

KSocial Worker TO
H eadh'Deleg ation
IAt Hague Meetzng

)VI1 sings tob e Issued For Taxi 25c, 445. Huron 5CTari.-
Letters of wrarning and probation AY
will have been sent from the office of
prof. WV. R. Humphreys, assistant dean Lost Something? Let "a "Daily~ class-
of the literary college, by 'the end of ified ad find it for ,you.--Adv.
next week.. Reports of the mid-se-
Wtrs o~f {cors~resart- pnflyl a'll in

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ridor of the Library whicre it will re-
main on displayi for several weeks. It
is divided into five sections eakch o:
them dealing withi one of the five ihaiu
departments of the library.
The fir'$t section, dealing withth t
order departmeant, shows by saimple
forms, ,maps, and other disp7lays Allof
the work connected with the procur-
ing of new b~ooks.
Afte arr iving iat the j';nivers~itu
through the order depa-rtmnent, adl
books are turned over to the clatssi-
fication department. This deparf-
ment is perhaps the hmost highl'y tech-
*nical of the many divisions. The see-
ond section of the exhibit is devotedl to
a display of the work of this depart-
ment. Several volumes from the rare
hook department are also shown in
this display.
'Phe third section is devoted to an
explanation of thee workings of the
circulation departmrent, A feature of
this exhibition labeledl "from index
card to call slip", is a diagrinm ex-
plaining, the meaning of the variouqj
symbols found on the index cards and
their utse in drawing a book. Twql
graphs also contained in this section
of the exhibit show the fluctuations in
volume of circulation for the days in
the week, and for the various nmonths
of the year.
Samples of the materials fused in
the rebinding of books, and' illustra-
tions of the various stages of its work
takie up the greater part of the bind-
cry department display., Copies of
wvork from the University's cdllection
of rare bindings are also shown;
Among them is a volume done by Al-
dus (1515), said to be one of the first,
volumes ever printed in italic type.
it is also cloined to be the oldest
sample 'of morocco binding owned b~y
the 'itn iversit~t. Another important
group in this section is a display ofi
PHYSICAL EUCATION
SOLONS TO .MEET HEE

i snoos aaL ILUI d1 e LIII.)tlgI1UL flet
yt"state with reading matter dealing,
rwith current economic, social, and po-
Li litical problems, and supplying lists
of dlebate topics, pla~rs and other mad-
terial for high school work.

Any wcmen, with tetiI~ Xl)tionl0
frieshimen, w.ho swish to try out for
the advanced (class in gyminast ici are
requested to attend the next mc u
whiich will be held at 4 :1i5 oWl"4
Tuesday afternoon in Parhour byn-
nasium.

1 11 OLC n U1* :U~~t.'C A ile *leul-l* . Aall I
and those students who are delinquent
in their work will be "notified officially
by this office.
]hirsley Leaves for Coniference
Joseph . Burslev, Dean of Students,
Ilft Thursday for New York to attend

FOLLOWW THE TRACKS OF

'IPOPORTIO I BSI
OF GHRUiKDVELOPMENT,
That proportion was the basis of a
,eek greatness was the opinion ex-
pressed by Miss Dorethea Spinney, i-
*terpreter of Greek drama, who lire-,
sented "The Medea" Tuesday even-
1ing in Sarah Cas ell Angell hal.
The -athletes ot the dlays of reek
c. flture (developed both body~ anl
amind equaly, and they had a mental-
ity which we cannot touch," Miss
Spinney wenti on to say. She pointed
tut how the Greek youths found their
Ipleasure in re-creating their minds, in'
Ith e mental refreshment and stimula-
Stion of the thought found in greatj
drama. She further pointed out how
such recreation is not oftensought by
the athletes of today, the majority
of whom would rather find forget-
fliness in jazz and movies.'
Miss Spinney declared that she
could' not imagine a well proportioned
person being content to fox-trot
around a room for many hours.Fow-
ever, she expressed 'her belief that
there can be no such lives as these
which the Greeks lcd until p6ple live
in smaller communities and can de-
Ivelop in proportion. She, stated that
i the enthusiasm for classic drama is
growing in America, ibut that the most
appeciative audiences are to be foud
in England.
Display Ofl=DolIs
Delights Dancers
Those who attended the W[tomn's,
League party yesterday afternoon had
1an opportunity to inspect the collec,
tion of dolls which were :dressed bey
different Women on campus adl des-
tinedI for the sick children of the lio-
pitals, ,Several h~uses sent in collec;
tions o dots and these were display-
ed in groups. There. were about 75
dolls in all, presenting a variedl array
of costumes.
Perhaps several attraed more
than the usual attention. One buried
in a suit of angora would delight the
heart of any child. An evening gown
of sequzinsgave -one litte lady a stri-
ing apipearance. The whole display
was well received.

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r .in 2A ~ *auvn et c ,4s ~
(lancing will meet at 4:
d (ay andl WedneCsday
H1arbour gymnasium.

after2noo-.s i inj

JThe Nurses, registery, has been mnov-j
ed from 303 South Division street to1
1 213 South Ingalls. Phone nmber Is
1710.
December pledges for the Y. AN C.I
A. ate dune on or before Dec. 8. Mn
November pledges are 1atill unpl-,id,
and those w,,ho wish to pay them mnay
do so any day this week.

the interfraternity conference. Hle
will not' return until the latter part I
of next week.
SHUSE RT Niahto 50-715-.$ 1.0
I IHIGAN Pop. Mats. Tues.,Thirs.
OPPosite Cadlillac Hotel Main 7700
THE BONSTELLE CO."
In Shearidan's Brilliant Comedy
"The School for Scandal"
A Play of Manners, Romance and Satire
t GARRICK ThJL MAT.
E Best Seats.l.g 1.50
SNights St>c'to $;2.50 Sat. Mat, 50c to $2.00
Leo Ditrichstei n
"In den Hecht's Hilarious Comedy lit
"Under False Pretenses"

the wo d-. d
stralght to the ARCAD)E
lV ednesday in
a' RAWNHEF THE NORTH"9
"B.leats ."The Silent. Call°.

M'iss Florence lRing
rpy 'Remiblican Woman's
Chicago, ifs boomzing Miss
King, Windy City attorney
years' practice, to fill the v,
the federal bench for the nom
trice of Illinokis. H ardingi
be considering her appoiuni

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's club of Chaperones for the dances this eve L Janie Addams, promiftent American
Florence are as follows: Armnory, Mrs. HI. C . social worker ahd head of Chicago's
of twenty lerger; Union, Mrs. Mtlble E. Cake, famzou~s "]3zlull(House," now is an her
a cyway to The Hge edn a party of
'thern (is- ;Hlouse ure~idents are Creques ed to iall,;ecn
is said tol bring the November slips for1' ni- jAme ricaa wcomen who will take part
ent. out to the office of the dean f N, 01 w °o:,n. ill r &I'li ionarl neace meetings there.

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'Jany University people will he,
guests and speakers at the fourth:
an:]l convention olf the State Coun-
Sof Phystiical 1Eduication of the Mich-
nDepartment of lPublic Iustruction, 1
,vcn it nicety here Dec. 11, 12 and 13
aft- the Union.I
'Tresident Miarion bL. laurtcu andl
Mrs. Burton will be, intr'oduced to theI
gathering at a dinner in room 319! ofr
the Unign Monday evening. At this
occasion Dean Allen S. Whitney, of the
School of Education, and Mrs. Whit-'
ni'tyy, will preside... e U e'
Included 'among te niversity
s1neahers are Dr. George A. May, (11
rti:tor of Watermian gymnasium, wyho
will talk on "A pparatu.s 'Work for
lIoyW; Prof. Jam nes 13 Edmionson, of
th~o secondary education department,)
whmo will serve as toastmaster at the
fi t luncheon Monday noon; Dr. John
;ndwtall, director c-f students' physic-
al- welfare, on "responsibility for the
H ealth Program"; and Prof. Elmer D.
I\litcholl, director of intramurtral ath-
lefics discussing "Ability "Tests."
Minisicr Coleman
Lauds University
P'residlent Marion L. Burton recently
received a letter, of appreciation in
answer to one. ef congratulation to
tl~e 11ion. F.. W. B. Coleman, "99L, who
Was recentlyr appointed, by President
WpVrren G. Harding as minister to
asthenia, Lithuania, and Latvia.
<In his letter, Miinister°Coleman says,
"F~or what little I mnay hae able to ac-
caniplish here, the credit properly be-
le-ngs to the University of Michigan
slcunlike the so-called self-mlade
n~an, I claima none for myself."
Dolls Wanted at Ne-werry hallil
113,,ls, obtained -from thle Y. W. C.
A. to be dressed for the hospital child-
ren, ~which wore not -f nished in time
i;r he xhibition, are to be turned
in at the cf ice of Nowberry hall a;
soon as possible.
"Stevenson andt His ,Art", by Ie'e n
(I, Lynch in Thce Sunday Magazine for~
pecemnber 3.-Adv.

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luiopens to Charlie-hiearty
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