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RED CROSS CHAPTER IS
ORGANIZED IN ANN ARBOR
MRS. L. P. HALL DESCRIBES WORK
IN FRENCH HOSPITALS; SO-
CIETY ELECTS OFFICERS
With the arrival of information out-
lining a definite working schedule
which will be received here within a
few days from the American Red Cross
headquarters, an active campaign will
be waged by the newly formed local
chapter which was organized at an
enthusiastic mass meeting Friday aft-
ernoon in Harris hall.
Prof. Louis H. Boynton, who was in
charge of the meeting, outlined the
purposes of the society and described
some of the work which has already
been accomplished along this line un-
der the direction of the national so-
ciety, of which there are 265 chapters.
Mrs. Louis P. Hall, recently an aux-
iliary nurse in the American ambu-
lance hospital on the French front,
tamed several specific requirements
for giving the greatest relief in the
French bospitals. She also made a
number of suggestions for the differ-
ent kinds of relief work to be under-
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
In Thomas Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
MONDAY BLAZE MAKES
I7 STUDENTS HOMELESS
FLAMES CAUSE $1,000 DAMAGE TO
HOUSE ON SOUTH INGALLS
With the thermometer hovering be-
low zero mark, 17 University students
were driven out in the cold whe fire
broke out in a rooming house at 220
South Ingalls street yesterday after-
Shortly after 1o'clock yesterday aft-
ernoon, Duke Dunbar, '17L, discover-
ed smoke in one of the rooms on the
third floor and immediately sent in an
alarm to the fire department. It is
thought that the fire started from a
The flames spread to the adjoining
rooms and to the roof. It was estimat-
ed by Mrs. H. S. Leslie, the present
tenant of the house, that $1,000 dam-
age was done. The owner of the build-
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200-204 E. Liberty St.
We have just received
another shipment of
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STILL ON AT
taken by the local chapter.
The directors of the local society
met last Sunday afternoon with the
ex-officio members of the organization,
consisting of Mayor E. M. Wurster,
President Harry B. Hutchins, Mr. H.
W. Douglas, president of the Ann Ar-
bor Civic association; Mrs. H. M.
Bates, president of the Visiting Nurses'
association, and Mrs. F. P. Ward, presi-
dent of the Federation of Charities of
the city. At this meeting the offer
of the city Y. M. C. A., to let the
society have the use of the whole sec-
ond floor of their building for Red
Cross work, was accepted.
Owing to the fact that the work
would be a training for Red Cross
work in case of war, it is expected
that many university students will co-
operate in the movement.
MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
GOES ON SALE TOMORROW
February Nuihber to Contain Articles
by Edward S. Corwin and W. H.
308 S. State St.
Oe ouf Our Dihnners
ing is Mrs.
city, who is.
"EM AKE ME A CHILD AGAIN,
JUST FOR TONIGHT"
Austin, Tex., Feb. 12.-Sedate col-
lege professors and husky foot ball
warriors will join pretty women stu-
dents tonight in playing "ring-around-
a-rosy," "pussy-wants-a-corner," and
other more or less interesting games
as part of the program of home econ-
The games will be staged by the wo-
man's physical training department of
the University of Texas as a compli-
ment to the State Canning club agents,
who are meeting here. These agents
and many rural school teachers com-
plain that one of the hardest things
they are up against in training chil-
dren is cooperative playing. They say
they fear modern children are los-
ing the "art of playing."
The professors, foot ballists, and
women are going to show 'em how.
A. F. WENDLER, '18E, VICTIM OF
ACCIDENT WHILE COASTING
Gertrude Beierlein, '19, is at the
University hospital with a broken
ankle and a dislocated foot and A. F.
Wendler, 18E, is confined to his home
with a fracture as a result of a coast-
ing accident on the observatory hill at
9:30 o'clock last Tuesday evening.
No matter what course
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Mary E. Adams of this
at present in St. Peters-
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Main. St. State St.
B ECAUSE of the superla-
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If you like a thick, soft lead
that marks so that you can
read the writing half-way
across the room, choose the
soft degrees 6B--5B--4B.
Served from 11to 7
Regu ar Dinner 35c consists choice of
meals; mashed or boiled potatoes; one
vegetable; choice of pie or pudding; tea,
SPECIALS, as served
Soup .10 with meat order .05
Roast or Fricassee of chicken .25
Roami Prime Ribs of Beef .25
Roast Leg of Veal with Dressing .25
Pork Sausage with Sweet Potatoes .25
Pork Chops Breaded. Extra Special .25
Small Steak with Onions. Ex. Spec'l .25
Bread and Mashed Potatoes included
with above meat orders.
Side Orders Extra
Potatoes mashed .05 Stewed tomatoes .05
Potatoes boiled .05 Stewed corn .05
Potatoes fried .05 Stewed peas .05
Potatoes german fried .05
The only signs of
spring in this cold sea-
son, are the fashion
suggestions at the
MARQUARDT has ex-
tensive varieties in
styles and textures.
Early orders mean best
service and guaran-
For short-hand notes or easy writing
3B-21- (medium soft) are popular.
For sketching, general writing purposes,
Home made pies per cut .05
tard .o5, with cream o.
Coffee .05 Tea .05
Milk per bottle .05
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
Open All Night
J. A. QUACKENBUSH, Mgr.
Second-hand Text Books-Cords of Our alarm clocks are good clocks.
them at Wahr's University Bookstore. Chapman, Jeweler, 113 South Main
13-18 incl. St. tues-eod
Dancing classes and private lessons Featuring hot soda for zero weather.
at the Packard Academy. tf Bloomfields. N. University.
According to present plans the Feb-
ruary number of the Michigan Law
Review will be off the press and ready
for circulation tomorrow.
This issue contains two articles of
unusual interest, one entitled "The De-
velopment of Judicial Review in New
York," by Edward S. Corwin, and the
other "The Carmack Amendment in
the State Courts," by Wayland H. San-
ford. Professor Corwin graduated
from Michigan in 1900, and received
his Doctor's degree from the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania four years later.
The following 'year he succeeded'
Woodrow Wilson as Preceptor of
Princeton university where he is still
engaged. Mr. Sanford is a member of
the present senior class of the Law
The issue will also contain the usual
notes and comments, recent important
decisions and book reviews.
Glasgow, '13E, Marries Miss Given
Mrs. Josephine Given, 878 Second
avenue, Detroit, Mich., announces the
marriage of her daughter, Lillian A.,
to Mr. George L. Glasgow, Thursday
morning, Feb. 8, at Holy Rosary rec-
tory. Miss Given is a musician. Mr.
Glasgow is a University of Michigan
graduate of the engineering class of
1913. The young couple have left for
an extended wedding trip, after which
they will reside at Hampshire road,
Protect your feet and starve the
doctor. Davis shoes protect. Davis,
at 119 Main. 13-17-18
The Michigan Daily for service. c
etc., HB-F-H-2H (med-
iufi) will prove desirable.
For drafting, a medium
hard pencil gives the best
results and you'll like 3H-
For very thin, narrow lines
for extremely accurate
graphical charts, maps, de-
tails, etc., 7H-8H-9H are
Number Treated at Health Service.
The University health service has
just issued a monthly report for Jan-
uary. There were 3,120 office calls
and 151 new patients registered. In
January, there were 286 throat infec-
tions, 145 head colds, 1 small pox, 1
scarlet fever and 4 vaccinations among
the students. The department's aver-
age number of office calls and stu-
dents treated is 20 per cent larger
than those for the same month last
Students' Society Attend Meeting
The members of the Students' soci-
ety of the local Unitarian church at-
tended the meeting of the Young Peo-
ple's society of the Woodward Avenue
church of Detroit last Sunday after-
noon. Warden Osborne, of Sing Sing
prison, and H. D. Moses, '18, gave
University Men Lecture in State
Mr. R. K. Immel will give a lecture
this evening in Hartford, Mich., on
the "Power of Habit."
Mr. Earl V. Moore will give an organ
recital tomorrow evening in Muskeg-
Look for the distinctive water mark
finish on each of the 17 black degrees
and hard and medium copying.
Your professors will confirm these
statements as to the merits of VENUS
For sale at the college book store.
you are taking.
American Lead Pencil Co.
215 Fifth Ave., Dept. D. D., New York
W. A. Richards, '17E, was confinod
to the contagious hospital for diph-
P. A. Hadsell, '17L, was sent to the
contagious hospital Sunday to be
treated for scarlet fever.
Miss Rubie Johnson was operated on
for appendicitis Friday at the Homoe-
H. P. Chaney, '20, was confined yes-
terday for the Homoeopathic hospital.
Dennis Smith, '20, was sent to the
contagious hospittal Saturday morn-
Fred Blyer, the only student being
treated for smallpox, was released
from the contagious hospital Satu rday.
Garbage Disposal Subject of "Talks
Prof. H. G. Raschbacher, of the sur-
veying department and Prof. W. C.
Hoad, of the engineering college, spoke
to the members of the city council and
the board of public works last night
on garbage disposal.
We are showing tf
nobbiest line of
in the city.
a big line of the
Sprin g ats,
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LOST-Heavy gold ring set with three
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FOR SALE-Banjo, professional style
Friedrich make, cost $20.00, will sell
for $12.00 cash. Inquire Mrs. K. M.
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CLARA KIMBALL YOUN
In Thomas. Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH V IRGI
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