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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JA

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LIONS CLOSE FEBS 7
R SECOND SEMESTERI

Wow Boys! She's A Flapper
And A Movie Actress

Work on the dining hall of the Law
club building has progressed to a
point where the walls are ready to re-
ooceive the roof. The dimensions of the'
hall are 140 feet long, 40 feet wide
and 60 feet high. There will be carved
panelling of oak,12 feet high, aroundI
the entire circumference of the room.
The entrances to the hall are to be

All second semester election blanks
for students enrolled in the literary
college must be handed in to the
proper class election committees in
University hall from Monday to
Thursday, Feb. 4 to 7.
The freshmen election committee
will meet in room 206' University hall,
the sonhomore committee in room 208
in the same building, and the junior
and senior committees in the Reg-
istrar's offce.
The above information together
with a list of changes which have
been made in second semester courses
since the last announcement of the
literary college is found in the sup-
plementary announcements which are
now being distributed from the Reg-
istrar's- office.
NiON WILL CONDUCT
LD BOOK EXCHNE
A book exchange that will enable
students to dispose of second hand
books and to buy other books will be
established during the second week of
examinations in the lobby of the Uni-
ion. Any student wishing to buy or
sell books may list-them at that
time.
The exchange is carried on by the
Union as a service to students. A
double file system is kept, one listing
the books for sale and the other those
who wish to buy books. Those wish-
ing to buy books are thus allowed
to get in touch withthose wishing to
sell them.
Last year more than 500 books were
exchanged through the service. Rob-
ert Grab, '26 is in charge of the ser-
vice this year.
W. L. 0BA0GERTO ATTEND
MEETING ON RSEARCH
Prof. W. L. Badger, of the chemical
engineering department has been in-
vited to attend a meeting of the Nat-
ional Research council to be held in
SNew York on Jan. 29. At the meeting
of the council, which is composed of
prominent research workers in var-
ious branches of science, a committee
on heat transfer will be formed.
The purpose of such a committee.
according to Professor Badger, would
be to supervise and coordinate all
phases of research on heat transfer
throughout the United States. The
work would be- of an advisory nature
only, and the committee as such will
carry out no research work of its own.
The publications on evaporator de-
sign which have issued from the de-
partment of chemical engineering in
the last few years are given as the
reason for this recognition.
Two Students Added
To S'. C. A. Cabinet
E W. Davis, '25, has been appointed
chairman of the inter-church relations
committee of the Student Christian
association it was announced yester-
day. Davis will become a member of
the cabinet through this appointment.
J. L. Nathanson has also been ap-
pone as an active member of the
association's cabinet it was announc-
ed. Nathanson is prsidnt of the
University Jewish student congre-
gation.
SMOKIN IS ]PROHIBITEDUE
C IN YOST FIELD JHOSE JI
I Smoke laden air is disturbing I
to athletes on contending teamsC
in the Yost field house, and dur-
ing any athletic contests hereaf-
ter prayed there the ruling pro-
1 hibiting smoking within this
I building must be strictly adher-
L ed' to by everyone present. 1

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heavy oak doors hung on massive
hinges and under each portico in the
long entrances will be hung heavily
leaded antique lamps. The entire floor
of the room will be of marble flagging.
Just above the wainscoting and at
various degrees of height frorm the
floor, carved stone figures will be
placed along the walls. The ceiling
will be constructed of heavy oakJ
planking and supported by grotesque-
ly carved oaken beams. This wood
SEMI-A

work will be given a natural finish
with probably a dark stain as its base.
There will be a false roof above this
ceiling and this will be covered with
lead.
The room will be lighted by chan-
deliers suspended from the beams and
they will hang considerably below
them. All the windows will be lead-
ed after the old English. A terrace is
to be constructed in conjunction with
the dining hall. A roof from the side
of the building will extend over this
GENERAL-STEAMSHIP AGT
Tickets. Travelers Checks, Letters of Credit. Tour-
1st insurance. etc. Passport, visacs. clearance
papers. readmissilon affidavits, etc-. Information.
£j Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
our legalized papers bring relatives and friends to
V.13. fromforeigneountries. NSVRANCE.e Ali
ktnds, a oryu uiess, home, auto, etc.
E. G. tUE LEP, 601 E. Huron St.
Phone 1384 A14N ARBOR, MUCH.

terrace and it will be paved with lime- department of Chemical engint
stone flagging. Some of the faculty member's
The architecture of the room and have been changed and their
terrace tends to the Medieval English. painted on the new doors hence
ing some to go to the new offic
Some slight confusion has been new offices will not be occupies
caused in the Chemistry building due the start of the second semest(
to the remodeling that is being done
to the rooms recently vacated by the Patronize The Daily Advertd

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Oh to be a flaper and a movie act -the movies and in geology, and Oc-
ress! Clara Bow, a newcomer to the casionally even in real life. The in-
screen who is pictured above, is both. spiration for Gertrude Atherton's
O "novel, "Black Oxen," was a gland op-f
of these things in "Black Oxen," eration and treatment practised by a
which is coming to Ann Arbor, Jan,!Vienna doctor to bring aged people,
27. She makes eleven changes of cos- especially men, back to youth. This
tume during the course of the picture. doctor did not claim that his treat--
Conway Tearle has a scarcely lessment invariably brought rejuvenation
desirable role as a cynical New York of appearance, but only of physical ca-
newspaper man who falls in love with 'paityan ener. nhat is undoubt-
edly why men were willing to undergo
Rejuvenation sometimes happens in the operation more often than women.

Suits, Overcoats, Top Coats,
Hats, Caps, Bath Robes, at

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Permanently on Display at
GUV W OLFOLK & Co.
'36 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Micil.
Designed by
WHITEHOUSE & HARDY
BROADWAY Az 40'"STREET 144 WEST 42" STREET
MrmopoumA Om Hous. Bo. Krncamoc!nR OB'ING
NEW YORK

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Brushed Wool

Building Progress
Plans are being completed for the
new landscape improvement work on
the campus by the landscape archi-
tects, Pitkin and Mott, of Cleveland,
0., and it is expected that they will
be finished duirng the next two or
three weeks. according to the building
and grounds department. As soon as
the plans are ready the department
will be able to order the shrubs and
bushes that are stipulated on the plans
for the work, for spring delivery.
While the work of cutting down
trees and removing undesirable shrubs
can be carried on in this kind of1
weather very little of the constructive
work can be accomplished, and it will
have to be postponed until the season
permits. The plans also call for new
arrangements of cement walks on the
campus and also for the installing of
walks around the new buildings. As
few cement walks on the campus as
can reasonably accommodate the
crowds that use them between classes}
wil be laid, as some objections have
been raised to the amount of cement
that is now on the campus.

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The building and grounds depart-
ment is now started on the work of
removing the undesirable trees on the
campus. It is estimated that there
are between 30 and 40 such trees that
will be removed because of their age,
appearance, or position on the campus
~landscape.
The writer went through the work-
shops of the building and grounds de-
partment. Most of the trade work of
the University is done in these shopsj
at a pecuniary saving to the Univer-
sity and the work is usually more
satisfactory. The shop, which occu-
pies a space of about a square block,
is divided into five departments, elec-
trical, blacksmith, furniture construe-
tion, tin shops and paint shop. The
electrical department manufactures
all the large switch boards that are
installed in the University buildings
besides doing whatever repair and up-
keep work is necessary. The furni-
ture shops manufacture all the furni-
ture for the University, such as
benches, desks, tables, chairs and.
cases. The tiu shops build all the
heating conductors for the buildings1
and fans and ventilating systems while
the paint shop finishes all the work
that demands painting that is turned
out by the rest of the departments.
Nights50 to $ 2.00
GARRICK Sat. Mat. Soo to $1.50?
Wad. Mat. 50a to $1.00f
WALKER WHITESIDE
Due to the illness of Miss )miry stevens, the
playing of" Love in a Cottage," which was
cheduled for this week, has been postponed.

Mufflers and Sweaters at
331/3% Reduction

Heavy Union Suits,

Flannel Shirts,

Sweaters,

Lined Gloves,

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at 20%zw Reduction

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The Home of Society Brand Clothes
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IRVING WARMOLTS
D. S. C.
Graduate and Registered
Chiropodist and Orthopedist
707 North University Phone 2652

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DAILY REQUESTS LIST OF
J-iIOP IESTS FOR EXTRA
The Daily will publish a J-Hop
Extra Saturday morning, Feb. 9.
All campus organizations hold-
ing house parties at that time are
requested to mail a list of guests
and chaperones to the editor of
the J-Hop Extra as soon as
nossi1ble.

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Choice of a Career
From the Yale News
THE NINETY-FOUR
Someone, probably an insurance
agent, was quoted recently as saying
that from the mass of one hundred
college graduates one individual only
rose to the Polo and butler class, peril-
ously near the top of the financial lad-
der. Five others became comfortably
off and found themselves after twenty
years at the small yacht and chauffeur
stage. The other ninety-four presum-
ably congregate in the great section of
the American people who drive their
own Buicks to the golf club. In other
words, dreaming about being a rich
man is one thing, and making the grade
is "something else again."
Yet the ninety-four presumably work
just as hard as the sumptuous six. Their
business is the axis on which a small
and uninteresting world revolves. They
have become devotees of the dollar
and when that fickle deity deserts, have
nowhere else to turn. Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of business they can
never leave the road and jump the fence4
into finer fields of life. This, then, isf
the portion of ninety-four men out of
every hundred now on the campus..
The answer to. the problem lies in
the proper choice of a career.,
Between now and Commencement we
shall have something to offer on the
subject of "Careers." Watch for the space
with the Famous Signature.

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The Michiga
J-Hop Extra,
February 8t
contain a gr
attending th
and guests p

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in Daily will issue a
Saturday Morning,
h. This extra will
oup picture of those
e Hop, lists of booths
)resent, and a corn-
e of the previous
ties. Reservations
ay be made by call
ness Department of
call 960.

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