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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EAGUE TO- SEEK

COLLEGIF OFFERS
SIX ADMWH.10IT WOMEN
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JIODE RII['IIRD[D~ Six fellowships, of the value of $500 j II N1 UWLI
each, and without charge for tuition, 3
have been established by the trustees
of Smith college. They are open to Ex-service women who have in-
Three Day Campaign Among Under. women graduates, either of Smith cutred disability are to be admitted
graduates 11111 Open Jams. college or of other colleges of re- to a national home for disabled vol-
ary Eight cognized rank, and are awarded an- unteers, by a resolution which was
nually, subject to renewal at dis- adopted by the board of managers at
COMMITTEE PLANS TO CANVASS cretion. its meeting held September 14, at Day.
OF ALL OOiA'NJZED HOUSES The holders of these fellowships are ton, Ohio. The secretary of war has
required to render some assistance, just authorized announcement of the
not instruction, not Ito exceed six action.
Life membership in the University hours a week, if such assistance s For some months this matter has
of Michigan League will be solicited in required by the respective depart- been under consideration of the warl
a three day campaign to be conducted ments. Each fellow must present a department and a decision was finally
by the Women's League on Tuesday, thesis embodying the results of her reached to extend the soldiers' home
by he ome's eage o Tusda, !work at the end of the year. The p~rivileges to ex-service women on ex-
Wednesday, and Thursday, Jan. 8, 9',applicant should submit to the sec- artly the same status as men, subject
and 10. The women of the Universityrtary of the committee on gradate to the confirmation of the soldiers'
will" be reached through their houses inistruction sneciniens of her work home board.
and by means of booths in the Library nsforec tion 1wethe depar ik The conditions for admission to a
and in University hall. for exmination by the departmesntes hm ae tianlcat
an iUivrstyhal.which bhe desires to study. Appli- !! soldiers' homne are: the applicant
Arrangements for the campaign cations must be filed by noon on! need only to have been honorably dis-
have been planned so that every house Marci 1 y charged from the army, navy, or Mar-
on the campus will be canvassed by Applicants mre requested to ask ine corps to be eligible for admission
some member of the committee. Let- persons qualified to judge of their in case there is sufficient disability;
cers of information will be sent to the fitnes for further study, to write di- the disability need not have been in-
ouepresidents. They will also be
telephoned before Monday so that an- retly to the secretary of the cod- curred in service; the disability must
r d ytph. erdrbf hcr-IB rednyrs; tehaiiyn~.m ittee in support of their application. be the result of old age as well as
nouncements can be niade in plenty of .Information may be obtained fro sickness; admission does not necessi-
time to insure the presence of every the Socretary, College HaL 8A, North- tate permanent residence, as residents
resident when the committee member ampton, Massachusetts. may be discharged upon their own
calls. Seniors especially wil be solicit- request or when cured. Transpor-
ed since this is the their last oppor- Opp ns Cafeteria. tation to the designated home is fur-
tunity to have their life membership Walter R. *Wilson, connected with nished by the government to all eli-
subscriptions count on the quota rais- B. A. Railton, wholesale grocery baible applicants.
ed by the undergraduate women. The company of Chicago, bns !ecently Application blanks may be obtain-
motto of the drive is "Every senior a opened the Harmony cafeteria at 5081 ed from the National Home for Dis-
member." However the advantages of E. Williams street in the former stand abled Volunteer Soldiers at Dayton,
signing up when a freshman or a of the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria. He is Ohio; or at Milwaukee, Wis.; Aug-
sophomore are stressed since the mem- serving meals in cafeteria style at usta, Me.; Hampton, Va.; Leaven-
bership is almost paid by graduation. modern prices, worth, Kan.; Los Angeles, Calif.;
The amount required to secure life Marion, Ind.; Danville, Ill.; Johnson
membership is $50, payable in full or CCity, Tenn.; and Hot Springq, S. D.
M$10 fo the first payment with $10 year- I-,,,, co,<y,, .+2.-The .M,,ican

All women who were ashed to help
on the life membership drive are re-
quested to attend a committee meet-
ing at 3 o'clock tomorrow in Barbour
gymnasium. Those who can not attend
are asked to call Beata Wagner, 2946J
or Charlotte Blagdon, 2597.
Poria Literary society will hold its
first meeting of the year at 7:15 o'colck
tonight in room 302, Mason hall, when
Blanche Knast, '24, will give a reading
of "As You Like It." All members are
urged to be present and to bring
guests if they wish.
The December meeting of the D. A.
R. was held at the home of Mrs.
Chalmers J. Lyons, 1004 Oakland ave-
nue. Mrs. Geo Langford was in charge
of the musical program which consist-
ed of solos by Miss Etsher Hollands
and Dorothy Rockwell. '24, and carol
singing by all present.

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Screen-Today
Arcade - "Six-Cylinder Love,"
with Ernest Truex and star
cast.

Majestic-"Anna Christie," fea-
turing Blanche Sweet and
William Russell.

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Wuerth-"The Call of the Wild,'
by Jack London.
Stage--This Week.
Whitney - Saturday, Jan. 5 -
"The Blarney Stone.," 'featur-
ing Walter Scanlan.
Garrick] (Detroit)-E. H. Soth-
ern and Julia Marlowe in
Thursday-"Hamlet," Friday-
"Twelfth Night," Saturday
matinee-'Romeo and Juliet,"
Saturday night -- Taming of
the 'Shrew."

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SAMPLES
1'rmanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & Co.
380 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Designed by
WHITEHO US E & HARDY
iNCORPORAYTO
BROADWAY ATr40" STREET 144WEST 42"SfRE=T
MEMROPOUT OPERA NOUE BLDG. KNICKEROCKE8R SVIf4ON
INEW YORK

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ly. The entire sum goes directly to-
ward the building fund and is not used
for campaign expenses.
The central committee in charge of
the drive is headed by Charlotte Blag-
don, '25. Other members are Mation
Barlow, '25, posters; Ellura Harvey,
'25, advertising; Beata Wagner, '25,
business manager, and Frances Maass,
'25, booths.
Pacurtty Women's Club To Reopet
The Faculty Women's clubhouse, 2"
South Ingalls street, will reopen Mon-
day, Jan. 7. During the following week
Mrs. Elmer D. Mitchell will be hostess.
She will be assisted by Mrs. Albert E.
White, Mrs. Orlando W. Stephenson,
Mrs. Maurice F. Johnson, Mrs. Floyd
E. Bartell, Mrs. Grover C. Grismore
and Mrs. Louis A. Hopkins.
A. A. C. Professor Dies.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 2.-Walter H.
French, 60 years old, professor of
agricultural education at the Michi-
gan Agricultural College, former dep-
uty superintendent of public instruct-
ion and prominent Mason, suddenly
collapsed Monday night while address-
ing a Masonic New Year's eve dinner,
dying yesterday. Death was due to
a stroke of apoplexy.

army is believed to be the only buyer
of airplanes in Mexico.

Daily classified for real results.

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Engagement DeLuxe of
Eugene O'Neill's Pulit-
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Greatest
American
Drama
In Years

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Quit kickf'inme. Don't you see
I'm beiten? :Marry liim'n If I'd
me him two years ago I'd have
imaped at i chance. And I
I' ould now--Olyl he's such a
siMple guy--a big kid-and I
ain't got the heart to fool him.

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He Pinks I'm decent. Gawd!
An id those -wo years in St. Paul.
Meal, men, I hale them all. But
uOn't never say again he ain't
good eiiough for me.. It's me
ahi't good enough for him."
presents

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Announcing the closing out sale of coats, some with fur collars and cuffs,
some with fur borders and others of sport weaves in jaunty styles.
A particularly happy occasion and opportunity to attain the luxury of style,
fabric and fur of the better coats, at astonishing prices-

The
Ssmartly cut
overcoat
You'll fid it in the Society
Brand Robinhood. A me-
dium weight single-breasted
overcoat, with patch pockets
and a s1;&at flare to the skirt.
It' smart because it's cor-
0rectly cut. And that's also
why it's popular.
Wadham's & Co.
State Street Main Street

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Coats originally priced to $ 45.00 will go at $ 29.75

IBLA"NTRIE SWEET
- EOR1GE MARION

with

WILLIAM RUSSELL
EUGENIE BESSERER

Coats originally priced to
Coats 'originally priced to
Coats originally priced to
Coats originally priced to

59.50 will go at
79.50 will go at
115.00 will go at
165.00 will go at,

39.50
59.50
79.50
115.00

-IN ADDITION-

ALFRED EVANS
Composer-Pianist
in
"Just Singing and
Playing"

The Comedy Riot
"EXIT CAESAR"
a
MERMAID Comedy

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