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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY + 24, 1925
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TUESAYFEBRARY24, 925THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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$ eggA TO DISCUSS
I. ~IOERN PROBLEME1
D~r. 3iroellman of RIochester Secured
*As Speaker; Faculty lien Will
- Lead 11Wirk
HOLD BANQUET MAR. 3
Present lay socials prob)lem discus-
.(sion groups will be sponsored by the
student -Christian association b~egin-
--- -iing March 10) and lasting for five
weeks, under the leadership of prom-
in ent. facul t y menbers. They will b)e
* open to all students.
A banquet will be0 held March 3 open
tto all students who are planning to
J attend one of the classes. D~r. C. 11.
Moehlman, 'G2, of Rochester, N. Y.,
has been secured1 for the speaker. Dr.
* Moehiman is a brother of Prof. A. P.
Moehilman of the School of Education.
Ilie will be in Ann Arbor for the par-
pose of giving four lectures b~efore the
' chool of Religion at 4:15 o'clock on
iNarh -5 ncusvein teauditorium
of ImKe hall.
At the banquet. complete plans will
be announced. Five independent
c jroups will be carried on, each one
npeting at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesdays.
Each group will meet at Lane hall
but will carry on its discussions separtl r m t e oh rca s s
-Prof. P. W. Slosson of the history
d'~epartmnent will lead a discussion
_ ~group on the subject of the evolu-
* .tion of Christianity. This course wil
.~rfollow the development of modern
thought in regard to the church by
166king through the eyes of some of
teleaders in times past. It will be
A historical study of the development
f the church.
d A special class has been arranged
f women, directed by Mrs. E. W.
Vlapory, director of social service in
,e Psychopathic hospital. This class
is sponsored by the Y. W. -C. A. The
:ibject will be announced later.
'~Prof. Leroy Waterman of the sem -
14tcs department will lead a group in
4survey of the present day churches
i ragard to problems brought up by
iacial differences in this country. It
will involve a comparison of religions.
,Howard Y. McClusky of the psy-
0iology department will conduct a
,roup for the purpose of discussing
tjhe present college generation. The
connection of the college student with
Ilie social problenms of the day will be
eonsidered.
The last class is different In char-
,jAter from the other four. It will be
symposium of lectures. Each eve-
iAtng a different professor will lecture
to this groan on a general world pro-
blem such as war, racial difference,
industry, and crime.
Other announcements of the discus-
sion classes to be held will be given
out at Lane hall.

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Lauded By Science

'SHOPS JOB TOTAL
REACHES $500,000

Immediate Future Of Yellow Empire
In Hands Of Two Jealous War Lords

Ankle Neurazlgia Wot Rcs° I
Of Low Heels-Dir. Budghc

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IE'diuite (C0.tof Plumbing
1110(~))tsl Buillding at
$ 1f83,K07

in Newv

IS IIALF GOMPLETED

Ijaor equipment and constructionj
I jobs now tinder way ini University
shops under the direction of thneI
Ibuildings and groundls department to-
t al more than half' a million dollars
in value, acordiiiig to. figures releasedi
yesterday. T ios0t (of the work, includ-j
ing jobs over $1,000 estimated value,
~ is being hand led by the carpen try,
painting, electrical, beating, ventilat-
ing and plumbing depart ments, and
;;:::: x:; , itotals $637,718.
~~j La boratIory tables for use in the new
_________________________$28,828 are being made in the car-
_ I pentry shops, and are now approxi-
mnately 50 p~ercent. complete. The or-
The nedical wo'rl(I is lauding thej der~ consists of 94 tables.
IIdiscovery of a p)owerful new ant~isep~t- Work of. the electrical department
I ic b~y lr. Vender Leonard, of Johns totals $122.385 and consists chiefly of
-Hlopkins' medical school, Balti jiore. wor k on the newx hospital and Medi-
1It has 50 times the strength of car- cal building. The seven separate
bolic acidl, but dloes not injure hu- jobs included in this are: electrical
mans when taken internally by fiis- installation in nospital, $107,000 es-
take. JDr. Leonard worked ten yearsI timated cost, 70 percent complete;
Ito find t1he formuila, which has been1 power plant extension, additional
nlamed l[lexylresorcinoi. electric power, $20,610 estimated cost,
______- 185 percent complete; power plant ex-
COLrLEE S OF , tension, distribution of new power,
$18,300 estimated cost, 75 percentl
WIEST CALLED complete; electrical installation ini
, A Icampus tufnnels, $43,400 estimatedl
.Q :. ecost. 95 percent complete; electric1
WL O K 7 A T Installation jn new Medical b uilin g, $3 , 7 si a e o t 0 p r etI h e t r ol g s o m r -(,
"in te wesern ollecsmoflmet-; djrect current service to
ca, many girls entered are there with dentistry and south hospital b~uildings
the primary purpose of getting mar- !$5,500 estimated cost, 50 percent comn-
ried," asserts H. A. E. Fisher, for'- j Melte; direoct current service to store-
inermm ste ofeductio fo (1eathouse andl shops, $1,500 estimated cost,.
30 percentcope.
Briai, n n rtcl publishied in In the dlepartments for heating,
t his month's "Current Opinion." ventilating and plumbing, four major
"Segregational Culture" is recomn- lJobs are underway. They tire: plumb-
mendled by Mr. Fisher as a remedy for ilug in newv hospitl building, $183,807
estimated cost, 50 percent complete;
this evil and he points to the private1 heating system in new lospital,
schools of. America as best demon- $119,964 estimated cost, 70 Perceent
strating this typ~e of education. I complete; heating system in new Med-
Our co-edlucational universities Mr. cal building, $33,500 estimated cost, 70
Fisher finds are ''great harmnonizers, percent. complete.
nation-maker,; and essentially Aei
Amr-can''slut Ihe(' doub~ts it' we are "get- effect in every quarter of American
t ing frill value for the money thus; life.''
lavishly expended." Mr. Wells AIwio Hits Co-eds
'The plrivate clhools, the Britishl "Education suffers because of too
educator finds are in "a very geneirali much. instruction is given to wvomen,"
although unconscious revolt againstI declares f-I. G. Wells, leading British
the leveling spirit, of (democracy writer in an interview published in
Iwhich is pr'oceeding with d(evastating the New York Times recently.
it v W -w - vYv is gSvrr, m X11!fl re-r\$S na !fl/\

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Female wvearers of high heeled Dr. Badlgie. Expressed the opinion
shoes on the campus who became that anyom, vwhor is not accostomed
alarmed at reports that many Icon- to wearing tenis~i: shoes would suffer
don society women are suffering from p)ained ankles or "ankle neural-
from "ankle neuralgia" due to the gi g it hie were to wear : n- s. shoes
wearing of this kind of footwear, in for any length of time. .-iithe same
accordance with the (dictates of fash-f way women who are accostomed tI
ion can be relieved of their worries.; wearing high hieel'. . shoes naturally
It has been disclosed that the termI feel painedI when they suddenly
"ankle neuralgia" is niot one thail change their form )ot attire. to
should cause worry, because it is low lheeled ishoci,
really a technical expression refering In order ifur i--- preserve
to pains ana aches which are corn- their ankle charm an .«, -free from
mon to the average individual. pained feet, Dr. t dl y says that
'Ankle neur algia,'"' said Dr. Carl (aCIt individual NV11"n should wear
E~. adgey, rthpedc sugeo atshoes that are e:?pecially adaptable
the University hospital, yesterday, to rfa om.Frisac
"really means prained nerves, musclesI woman with a, hi gh arch. should not
and ligaments of the ankle due to a wear a low, heeled shoe.
sudden change from high heeled
shoes to lowv heeled shoes or wear - Fencing to be used in connection
ing shoes which are not' fitted to the Iwith the dog kennels on the roof of the
feet of. the par ticular individual} new medical building, is being made
There is no need for alarm at the in the blacksnifth shop of the build-
temused by the London newspapers tngs and grounds department.
because ankle neuralgia' refers to
pains familiar to us all." HAVE You suBSCrBE!) YET?
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Shanghai, Feb. 23.-Thie inmodia toe fullre of ('Ii ma is in the hand of
two jealous war lords, Feng Yu-flsi andg and (hlOng ''=o.-lin. Both are
powerful, andI 1oth are anxious to b e suprme inii ble Yellow E{mpire.
Consequently, it is expectedi to be onl y a unI i 2i o(1110'most us nil C (hina is
again dripping with blood spilled b y atiiW, in set thug xwhether Feng or
Clhang is the all highest.
The recent warfare removed a s core of principals from the Chinese
drama, and left Fang and Chang in the center of the stage.

PRINCETOIN

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New Stock

liondon, Feb. 23:--An agency (dis-
patch from Constantinople says the
newspapers there publish an official
p~rocla mat ion fixing Mar~ch 2 as the
final date xwhen all the Greeks held to
be exchangable must leave the coun-
t-v o--~ r.e forcibly-I ex~uelei(1a

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(,1i IOYLE TRYOUTS
All second semester Freshnmen
-wiszhingt to try oilt for the Busi-
ne;"; ;taff. of "Thle Gargoyle'' are
urged to report any afternoon
this we -k at the Gargoyle office
ill the P'ress Bldg. from 2 to 4 P.

Spring Suits and
Topcoats

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Paris, Feb. 23.-The basis for a
commercial pact between France and
Germany was reached.

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Conklin Engineers called this "the
Students' Special" because it was "built
to meet the severe stresses of school l
and college use."
Which is a scientific way of saying
that here's a pen that will walk right
into the jaws of calligraphy for the
most aggressive logomachist in the
class room. r
For mien and xvomeni, fitted with "the
clip that can't slip" or the gold ring for
ribbon. "Try one at your favorite store.

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rf.The
Credo
F ---any lr 7udices against a mntn w lpho
wvould take folk dlance lessons?
Where a4Pslc : Upper study hall of
the library. I
The answ'}ers : Lillian Wetzel, '26,
- ."I can think of more w6rth while
c cupations. There are other forms
of athletics which seem bet ter, suited j
to a mbn."
II: h. Latta, grnad,--"No. I would
not have any prejudice against4 such
a person if it wvould be possible to
findl himt. I wvould admire his nerve ;
-and sense of the aesthetic."
Marguerite Vestal. '2f,--"To my
mlindl it vould he ab~surdl for anyone
to hold a prejudice against a mhan who
took: folk dance lessons. It seems al
natural, healthy form of exercise. The
stigma o1' being considered a 'sissy'i
d~ that sort of thing rses from the
ftict that. for the most p~art, girls are1
the only ones who care about this
kind of exercise."
Walter C. Wilke, '27,--"I cannot sayr
definitely that I would have any pro-'
judice against such a man. A course
in folk (lancing might improve thei
d ancers of the Michigan Union opera." -
I START CA)IPAl('N TO 111) I
I BUIILI)NGS OF RAT PEST !I
I In an effort to rid campus
1 buildings andl heating tunnels I I
o ~f rats, the B3uildings and
{ Grounds department has con- I
Idueted a. .vigorous campaign dur'-
ing the past xweek.I
The xwork is under the super-
vision of F. M. Place of Ypsi-!
I .lanti, wvho used the plan recoin-
Imended by the state (department I
{ of agriculture. Ilarium carbon- '
ate was used as the poison in{
connection with bait of several
I (different types. xvhich was plac-j
Ied at intervals in the tunnels (

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