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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

i[ LNB GIVE[S Scene From 'Just Married'
1'relbleiii 31 lay Be so)IV4d 1 /r
B3 Cooperaltionl

l 1 jColum)i :, Ohio, April 7.-Eivlit dis-
~~O [~LA1U YI!'1 in Mirror Lk od lovbyille Vigilan'ce,
J ~ ~5 < ;:;1iitrte for not wear ingthir Crosh
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STATES VIEWS ON QUESTIONS
AJl$IY4G 11031WORLI) WAR
S Contending tlhat the MOutonof 11w
present-day race pr'oblem lies in oh-
- ,taining through cooperation a better
spirit- of understanding between the
races of the world, Dr. Jesse Edward
Moorland, prominent negro lcaloec,
gave the principal speech at the Uni-
versity Services Sunday night.
Dr. Moorland has been a leader in
Y. Al. C. A. activities among the negtro,
race for some years, and has in tis
capacity been able to serve his people
in the construction ayd maintenance
of Y. Ml. C. A. buildings,
In his address "Our Greatest Chal- I
lenge", he pointed out some of the
reasons for the friction which is the
basic cause for the ills of the world t
to day, and gave leis solution for some !
of the problem3 which are at present
facing the governmrents of the world. j
"It is not b~y nalgamating with t
4,othey Jpeople, but rather~ by striving
to b;ring out the better qualities whichi
acre known to be in all races and all

Coming Soon 111t Whul ney-
"Just Married," wih, a, cast of ? ete," by istke just before the ship
Broadway favorites that mnade New ski's! for N ew, York. From tihe time
York laugh for two solid years, comnes ;the stunul1ated gentleman conels
to the Whitney Theater on ThursdayI aboard, the oddly assorted couples, old
evening for a single performance. The; and young, married and unmarried,
stor y old is that of a slightly, me-l beemile so confused that there is ap-
briatecd 'young mn -%&ho gets aboard, parently no untangling of their dif-
the French Line steamship, "Lafay- ficultie8.

(Continued from Page Th rof)
Ruth Rankin, c:orresp~ondling secre-;
taory; Margaret Beal, Marion BI',rlowr,
senior member of the judiciary cnunc-f
cii; Nornma Bicknell, l..retta Coopr,1
.junior nienibler of the judiciary c ou-m
c it ; lizalbet h Kennedy,.1lary Kent
Hill er, sophomore membuler; 1Et,,
Schroeder, IBeata \Vag;ner,ldn -
dow, senior class reps esenti C; ves onl
the boardl of (directors; E lizabedth MTic
Woweli, Anne Seeley, llargar et Gel-
Ses ICS,l race MacDonald, juInior' (-Ia s
! )cj 'sazita! iveig; Hannah Fitclh, Kath-
ryn K{elder, IDorothy Nix, Tvl oav iiel a r.
sophomor-e repersentatives. 'To rep-
I: Vc ntitivc. on the hoard (31 dirtc tors
*ruln cach .,ass will be elec ted trom
the candidates listed.
The Y. W. C. A. has the followinigE
candidates-: Jane Gibso'i, Ellura liar-1
vey, president; Ber-tha Kiel, osaleaI
Spaulding, vice-president; Cynthia
Smith, Mary Tyler Louthan, secre-
tary; Geraldine Truscott, Thyra-Shef-
Jield, treasur er.
W. A. A. \ omuies
nointius for offices in the Wo-
mn's Athletic association are as fol-
low's,: arianna Smalley, Louise RoO-
erts, Dorothy Ogborn, president;
Faith Dminas, Adelaide Sherer, vice--I
president; Aleen Miller, Marion Linds--
Iey, treasurer; Hlelen. Searight, Norma
Clark, secretary; Elizabeth \hayes.
Elizabeth Rixncsk, senior representa-
tives; Alberta Blendall, larguierite
Ainsworth, junior representative;
Mary Allshouse, Irene Field, sopho-
more representative.

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creeds, that the ultimate will ever bel
reacthed. That, qualities wvhich are,
con-idered as good actually do exist
in allI races of ilh( earth is admitted
by the greadest authiorities of the day,
,end it is only by bringing out these
qumlities that lasting happiness for
thewm witllbe achieved."
Dr. M1oorland has for th e past' fetw
months been making a tour of the'
colleges and universities of tihe corm-

WHAT'S GOING ON

e VW-i'resliucn : Ii eCC el.~ practice,'
room 308, Union.
7 :OQ1-Nrnn hers of the Coonit ol Main
Iclub spring trip meet in Lane, hall.
! :3s -a1''~ 6y-4thiet 1lecture, assent-
Wy balllUn ion.
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This advertisement, submitted by S. H. Lebensburger of the University of Pennsylv-ania, was
awarded the first prize in the Postum Cereal Company's intercollegiate advertising contest.

All pe rsons or societie's using flIii
C0111f lil shlid include in their notice'.
day, hour,, and4 place. All notices
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Mlaje ;tic---"The White Sister," 1~~~
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Wueorth- Chiarles Ray vin (°rple )___
CotIship of Myles Standrish." 1~)EIA
Orphieum --- DIinhy Dean in "AL 1". ;-MllstiYM 'C Muscale f? lutt'I*'
Prince of a- Ring."j Union.
stage-T,1i1 lWpok I per reading roomn, lnian.
W1hitey-T'1hlrsd ly-"J3ust Mar-
n ted." 'I " ,LUE FTlEBU
Wthitliey - Saturday -- Alice
lidy'S in "ZJanlder t1he Gre-lt." I ALit('iurie l.elues
Garrick, (Detroit) --D, V'olt' '1 .1~I~fNW N
1-opper and the 'Nulgents in Wslieezr Fyn.2i t-

meets in room 302, Union. _
7:30--- I)eolay meeting, Lane ballYhovDo ntae
- Yellow *Dog club, educational. so-
Po'f )alies Correction I ciety, initiated 161 students last night
In the Slirplus Stippliesstore adve:- C at the Union. The club is iffiiated
t isenmint for Saturday, April 5 the sale - with the Educational. society and
of slickrer,, and raincoats was re-! numbers-some of the most prominent
:txcte t "<nille ;sze ony. Th °educational mlen of the country among
..bould anply only to the special lot I its mtemzbera.
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'Grape-Nuts"
and Psychology
An interesting letter
from a student at the
University of Pennsylvania

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We will be open during Spring Vacation to
zccommodate those students who will be ins town.
L unches, and dinners served at regular hours.
POLLY LITTLE TEA 'SHOPPE

xPOSTUM CEREAL COMPANY, INC.
Battle Creek, Michigan
Gentlemen:
Today in psychology class we ;had
an experiment known as the mental
imagery experiment in which we
were given the Galton Breakfast
Table Blank to fill out.
The procedure of this interesting
experiment was first to recall in the
"mind's eye " the breakfast table as
we sat down to it that morning and
to call up its general appearance:
the table, the food, dishes, and those
present.
This is what happened to me:
I tried to recall the appeara.nce of
the table, the dishes, those who sat
at. the table with rae-the only thing

University oif Pennsylvania
January 12, 1924

that I could recall was my brea f ast
food-" , Grape-N uts." I. could see
plainly in my mental imagery the
crisp and wonderf ully delicious d i,s
of. my breakfast food and tihe well-'
konbox of Grape-huts.
The cause for this mental imnagery
of "GCrape-Nuti s " was that -we arc
"conscious of environment through
sensations "-that we -will recall in
mental imagery those things that
have made a favorable impression
upon our minds.
I have eaten "Grape-Nuts" since
the time I started to grade school
and your famous slogan "There's a
Reason" explains' it all.
Yours for a well-balanced food;
(Signed) S. HI. L zB2zNsBaGEU

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