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j IUniversity of Michigan, League
RR RY which is necessary if the best results
are to be secured.
SECRTARY ANNUNCE iMrs Earl W Dow returned from the
l est ihot.Chrstnastime: While
AN.17 09TE SIT'f OR was away she did work with the
NeANngl21 almDATEmetSETwiF
ALUJMN9ECOUNCIL H T groups as well as interviewing sce
-- !taris ofcolleges which~ have been
GRtAND 1RAPID~S OB1TAINS 100 PER engaged in financial, campaigns. Thus
CEN4T LIF2E i1RE3 lIV IP slit has been able to bring back in-
formation useful to the Alumnae
- !council.
Mrs. Henry Carter Adams, executive .
secretary of the Alumtnae council of
the A~lmiU amsociationthas sent out] r ' I~r
a call for the annual mid-year meeting ; I1 ~II A IlNI ~I

Sink Says

The ordinary table light or light onlr
Poor L ghting A nd , drop ('(ord, is a faulty light evenI
Eyestrain'shaftde and a v isor is 'worn, when it i y
-___ _ ___ located in froi t of the reader.-" 1

motor cars; the Franklin, the Detroit 1 andOrfts Studl
Air cooled. and the Chevrolet "cooper direction of chiari
cked., sddft t! and the e
The decorations for the show will the supervision of
be Egiyptfian in line and color, and are ager of the Detro
being constructed by the Detroit Arts e r s' association.

Eyest rain, originating for the most
part in one or two simple causes, is
'the reason for the great majority of
glasses worn by students, states Dr.
Emory W. Sink, assistant physiciani
of the grea t University Health Service.
"One mnight be apt to infer", said DIr.
Sink, "on observing the large number
of students wearing glasses at the
present time, that the eyes of the race
were becoming weaker, or that a large
number of the glasses worn were worn
because of inherent 'weakness in the
eyes." He states, however, that con-
tinued near vision, and reading with
improper~~ light, arc, the twtio c beD
I causes, making glasses necessary.
The focus of the eyes f.or various
objects is obta ie1, riot as the focus
in the can-era is .obtained, by sliding
the lens back and forth, but by the
action oft a numbedl. of small nv;cles
within the eyeball, which tler the
shape of the. crystalline 'lens and tihus
provide the proper focus. The accom-
mnodation of changing from a near to a
distant focns is done automatically.
and uneonciously. It is not the chang;-

ing of the focus whirl. is the Cause of -.-
eyestrain. byt the keopihg the muscles D roit A to ' {
of the ey-e undler colistant'tension for L'CL )~&J./
lo-ng periods of timie, as is done when Opees Janu rY,20.
objects are viewed aa too close;I
range. When this is done, tiring,
b lurring, and headache result, even l? etroit Allton ,,l;le Dealers' Asso-
thiough th}'eee may. be normal. ciation wvill hold their 22nd., annual
Improper lighting, the othe " rix- !auto ash.ow Jan. 20 to 27 in the Muni-
cipal caui4e of eyestrain, acts in1 sole- i cip al Garage building, Jefferson Ave.,
'what the same way to produce symp- at Cherie St. Includted in the display
toms of headache, blurring, and, tir- this season by the ID. A.D.A.'s exhibit-
ing, according to Dr. Sink. Whenever ors will he three lines of air cooled
direct or reflected light enters the,_____________________
eye, as, when a book: is placed (Iirectiy
under a la.mp. or when thnesourco of
li;ght is visible. to thle eye, the tilny W het er '
m~uscles ot the eyeball are maintainedet r s
1.a constant, tension to adjust the
opening of the pupil to the proper
diamnetecr. This tension on the muscles
will produce scver e eyestrain if pei-
sisted inl. Dr. Sink says, "for this EGGS, or
reason, it, is highly desirable to have
the :source of light above and behind
the shoulder. and inclined to the page
At such an angle that reflected rays of
liit, are not reflected into the eyefa.

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of the council which will be held Sal
urday, Jan. 27, at the Union.
m-.Edward Pomeroy, of,'Chicago
chairiZ-a1 of the council, will arriv+
two (lays before the meeting and .wil
renmin throughout the sessions. 01
thee&tays there will be, meetings o:
the executive 'board-and joint meeting,
wvith the University of. Michigar
The particular-business of the mid.
year meeting will be the maturing of
p ,a+ns for the completion of the $250,"
000 endowment fund campaign. Ir
this connection it mpay be said Ahat
Grand Iiapjids is the first group tc
aannounce that it hads secured the
leges t~o comuplete its. 100 precent lift
mienibership). If all the alumnae of
the University of Michigan were or-
gan~ized, and each group could make
the sarne announcement, there would
be not only sufficient money to com-
plete the endowment fundr, 'ut ajp-
pIroxinmtely $25,00 over to apply
to the actual building fund of $750,000.
Before the call for the meeting ques-
tionnaires were sent out to all organiz-
ed groups with the' ideai of gaining
for the offie: here, accurate infor'ma-
tion as to- the activities and the in-
terest each -group has in the proposed
butidlng for.Michigan women.
Such groups ias have returned the
questionnaires have given great en-
couragemient to the council. AtI1 have
have shown a real interest in the
building and Nave furb shod d'cjto
wahich Will be of inestimable value for
the fnure work of the organization-
T3hhs information will tend: to. give the
close pxersolial touch"' between the
council and the individual groups

n Comp'etitive charts, giving in detail
q'the comparative amounts raised by
Rs!the different dormitories, sororities,
nand league houses on the campus dur-
ing the present semester a~s well as an
-account of all servi es rendered by
individual members in these houses,
}jAre niow being compiled liy Neva Love-


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Sturdy strength, robust style,
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well, v'22, executing secretary of the ;11igtft it~it~t~lll11lli##1#itSt~1 I!#I~tE !il
t undergraduate campaign for the Mich-
'gadn League. These charts, when ~Bg O.MT E.
ocompleted will lie published in the 'TONIGHT 1I '(! I t' . )
paper and will also be posted in. con- 50ciiia) hmi 1SaMtO.50, t
f Icuu places around the campus. _____________ ____________
In order' that every house 'which 2M. ANTOINE~, in "L'lnformation," de- i
-jhas acted in any way during the 2A llrs Hrew aeamatric-
'~semester may obtain full recognition . 1Il ,L 1/Ft asterpiece of the Conedie-Francaise. I 2;
for its 'services, it is necetssary that a ----________.-- use this word1 advisedly. A masterpioce
full report of its activities be sub- - - _ s Such ,a rare occurrence."-
mitted to tlae secretary before Jannia- ..
ry 17. Miss Lovewell announces that .,
*there iis still a considerable amount of hi PA11G111 U :S
m roney which has been raised by vani- Ank.
os benefits that has not been turned
in. No credit evil be given in these %0
charts unless all accounts have been .
settled and reports handed in. - - I ' Tile play is clean--not N
Norn an an offensive lin e or
r a decen$ tougt lovdeer nd afeRdbt-
Ran Freshman Daltesi at iowsa adeendoeceant aide,-ob r
IoaCiy Jn11-ccrin'o" r vor Jcent husbiand-no smut Wa ick~
IaCiyJa.1-codn tono suggestrins." =
the University regulations at Iowa, no ; - -- -
social engagements amre permittedl
frsmnwmnecp nFiaSays CHARLE- S DARNTON, in New York ilveni ng World: "Grace
Satrda an Suda nihts Sktin; George never- so fine--one of those fair rewards of the theater
1 audyadSna ihs ktn so often sought andI seldom found. En1bled( Grace George to -I
parties with men are considered de- ~re, ch a point in her career that she has never even approached "
finitely social engagements and are t before and at the same time gave her associates, Norman Trevor
Spboeial rivilgesbaertoWarwick,thcesopounistataveerom
granted second' semester freshmen. An S aldi rnc Amr"hs --
2a vrg:pristefruaest-- aldi rnhAie, a been in the
"A" verge ermts he ortnat st- Arepertoire of the Come die-Fran caiso since 2
dent to enjoy as many week dates asJy= last November and is to continue in eirery week's program for a, year =1
she desires. The student with theI to come. No other play has achieved that honor in twenty years. Thre i
""average must content herself with '2 French Academy has awarded ,"To Love" its gold,. medal as the finest
fwo while the' "0 rPl;"averarere al- play of 1921.
lows h'ue one additional mid-week date. nnuitnift1t111111NI~hi tIilwI I1111!Illtl> 1t1i1jii1AII1 1i!!t~fIltiiti iiIE



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IYlOTie Benefit Proves: SUeCMSfu1
More than $60 profit was made on
cle presentation of the movie "Lorna
Doorne,by the 'residents .of ;Martha,:
Cook building. The mnoney will be
given to the University of MYiceiigan
league. '
The Months
find many; of us
careless or for some
unknown cause
subjects for various
Troublesome \Ailmehts.

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ALL over the country the whistle is blowing for
the kick-off, the start of that go'at game-
another college year..
Ile on your toes when the whistle blows..A good
start will carry you wvell on toward your goal.
Let the football candidate start 'by working
away till his muscles ache from bucking the line.
Let the aspirant for manager put in careful
study of' his team's needs, always eager to help
-arranging a trip or carrying a pail of water.
Let the publications man -be alert for news and
tireless in learning the details" of, editorial -work.
Whatever activity you come out for, crowd a
lot of energy into these early Fall days.
A.nd if a good start helps win campus honors,
it helps win class room honors, too. The sure way
to be up in your work is to aim now for, regularity
at lectures,' up-to-date note-books and particular
attention to the early chapters of text-books, thus
getting a grip on the basics.
This is best in the long run, and-selfishly-it is
easiest in the long run. That is, if life after college is
made 'easier by the things a bigger income can buy.

F n irt i tat ti[s

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