~ t Datlu
June 2, 1921
fel. XX-New Bed. L IOWA CITY, lOWA, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1921 NUMBER 196
NEW BLEACHERS TO BE BUILT TODA Y IS SENIOR CUT DAY
UNION NOW HAS Work on Four Concrete Sections to
ELEVEN GO TO Senior Picnic Will Start From Close ADELAIDE BURGE
OVER $250,000 Start This Summer
Four sections of concrete bleachers
CHICAGO MEET Hall at 9:15
Today is senior cut day. This is the
WILL BE ACTING
Student. abd F acuity Have
Pled red About $125,000
will be built at Iowa field this sum-
mer, under the direction of Prof.
Byron J. Lambert of the college of
Men Are All in Excellent last chance for seniors to cut any
Condition - lIlinoia
At a meeting of the senior women
DEAN OF WMEN
of Thi. Amount engineering. The work will start im- Expected to Win yesterday afternoon the sentiment No Chanle in the General
mediately after commencement. The was decidedly in favor of eontinuing Policy of Department
More than $250,000, or one-fourth plans call for two new sections at Eleven members of the track team the custom. A few p'eople hesitated
of th amount nece ary to build the each end of the present stands in the accompanied by Coaches Bresnahan because they feared that credit might Say. Mn. Burle
Iowa Memorial Union, has been pledg- east side of the gridiron. and Jones, and Dr. Walter Feisler, be deducted or grades lowered. How-
ed. This ia th fad brought out after The work will be done mostly by left Iowa City at 9 :45 last evening ever, when the head of one depart_ HAS BEEN ASSISTANT DEAN
• brief analy i. of the financial re- students, a number of whom have al- in a special Pullman for Chicago ment gave his assurance that there
ports of the surv yor although the ready applied for jobs. where the men will participate in the would be no trouble made in his de- Will Start Duties With the Summer
exact figure on the aurvey are not Professor Lambert went to Cedar preliminary events of the Big Ten partment, the women decided to cut Session - Miss Blakely to Continue
yet availabl . Rapids yesterday to consult with the conference annual outdoor track and classes. as Social Assistant to the New
The .rod nt body and faculty has Interurban people about the installa- field meet, to be held on Stagg field A picnic will be held at the city Dean - No Social Assistant for
pledged aproximately $126,000 of the tion of the projected gate at the east this afternoon. park pavilion at 9 :30 o'clock. Senior Summer Has Been Appointed
total amount. The nct pledg of the entrance of Iowa field. If this new Preliminaries will be held this af- women should meet at Close hall at
students and faculty will be made gate is built by the Interurban com- ternoon in all of the field events, and 9 :16 to proceed together to the p'ark. Mrs. Adelaide L. Burge has been
public ju t aa lOOn a. the final fig- pany a concrete wall along the east in the 880 and 440 yard runs. Hoff- A committee has prepared for a pic- appointed as acting dean of women
or of the aurvey can be compiled. side of the field will be constructed man, Devine, Bailey, and Slater will nic breakfast and a good time is ex- according to President Walter A.
The surv y cl ed Thursday. All at the expense of the athletic board. represent Iowa in the field events, pected. The tickets are 40 cents. In Jessup. Her services will begin with
day th la t day, th committeemen and Marty, Parker, Noll, McIntire, case of rain, the picnic will be held the summer session. Miss Violet
turned in th ir repor cards whether will comepte in the quarter and hali at Close hall at 9:00 o'clock. Blakely will continue to be the dean's
or not they had b en able to see all
their Ii t. Alar e numb r of pledges
NEW YORK MAN mile.
The six other members of the team,
"The general policy of the office
came in which will rai tb present
total conaid rably. TO SPEAK HERE Wilson, Hill, Crawford, Seiling, Beld-
ing, Friedlander, Peterman, and
KENDALL TO BE of the dean of women will be carried
out the same as by Mrs. Aurner, the
retiring dean of women", said Mrs.
"Not all of th committeemen re- Lambert will compete in the dashes
n ported on th I t day and we have tomorrow. Crawford and Captain Burge. "Our ideas are similar and
Charle. Edward Jeffenon little change will be made."
d ided to I \'e th "d k" in the Belding will run the hurdles.
liberal arts ball one mar day, for to Give Baccalaureate The Iowa men are all in good con- Mrs. Burge has been assistant dean
th conv nj nce of the committee- Sermon, June 12 dition and if weather conditions are
R. O. T. C. Will Fall in For of women for the past two years and
men," said Dir tor Gra sfield. A favorable the day of t he meet Iowa Parade and Review understands the work and responsibil_
nUtnber of committe men reported should place much higher that it did ity of such a position. She was in
Rev. Dr. Charles Edward Jefferson at 9 O'clock charge of the University rooming
that th y would compl te their work
of the Broadway Tabernacle, New last year in the conference. Eric WiJ...
Thunday ev ning and make a final son, the Iowa sprint star seems to system and women's absences, while
York City, will be the speaker at the
report Frida . It ia the belief that have the edge on his rivals in the 100 The program which will be followed acting as assistant to the dean.
baccalaureate ervices, at 4 o'clock
v ry cornmitt man will eitb r com- on Saturday, Governor's day, was Miss Violet Blakely has been social
Sunday afternoon, June 12. He has yard and 220 yard dashes if his time
pI le hia ork or turn in bi card records of this season give any in- made public yesterday afternoon by secretary to the dean of women for
not announced his subject.
by aturday noon. Lieut. Colonel Morton C. Mumma, the past two years and will continue
The services wiIl be held in the dications. He ran the 100 in :09 4-5
Th • m tin of tb xecutlv com- commandant. The exact time the as social secretary to Dean Burge.
natural science auditorium this year and the 220 in :21 2-5 in the Iowa-
governor will arrive is uncertain, as Miss Blakely has charge of all Univer-
mitt at the Union hich was plan-
instead of outside as has been the Minnesota dual meet last Saturday.
he will come here from Iowa Falls, sity social functions. Chaperons for
ned for y t rday afternoon wu poat-
custom in previous years. Both of these' marks exceed the con-
and it is not known at the present all functions are turned in to her.
pan d but will b held m time this
One year ago Rev. Dr. Jefferson ference reeords. If Wilson runs the time, when he will leave there. This Miss Blakely will not be at the Uni-
w Ie. wa engag d to give the baccalaureate 100 in :09 4-5 and the 220 in :21 2-5 may mean that the plan of sending a versity during the summer session
addre s this year. According to Prof. he would without doubt win both ev- military escort to the train will be
ELEVEN STUDENTS TO ents and break the l'ecords at the
but will return in the fall. No social
G rge T. W. Patrick chairman of abandoned. secretary for the summer session has
BE GIVEN COMMISSIONS the vesper committee which has same time. Whether he wiII do this
The entire regiment will fall in as yet been appointed.
FROM R.O.T.C. SATURDAY charge of the selection of the bac- or not is a question. Much deepnds
upon the weather conditions 'and upon Saturday morning at nine o'clock
his physical condition and frame of on Iowa field. The escort to the colors BASEBALL GAME WITH
Rev. Dr. Jefferaon was llorn at and the parade and review will be con-
ambridge, Ohio, in 1 60. He received mind at the time of the race. MAROONS TODAY WILL
Duke Slater will participate in his ducted first, and will be followed by
his B. . degre at Ohio Wesleyan the track and field events. The com-
PROBABLY GO TO IOWA
in 1 2 and his B. A. there in 1886. last conference meet. He has thrown
the discus in practice further than has petitive drill win be the last event of
R r eiv d his degr e of Doctor of the morning, so that the governor Eleven Iowa baseball players and
Divinity at Oberlin college in 1898, the conference record holder. Last Coach Ashmore left last night with
year Duke's farthest throws in the and his party may have an opportun-
at Union coIlege, 1 9 , and at Yale in ity of seeing it. the track team for Chicago where
1903. He receIved the L. L. D. degree conference meet were not counted be- they wiII battle the Maroons this af-
at Ohio W sleyan University in 1905. cause he stepped out of the ring. He At twelve o'clock a luncheon will be
ternoon in what promises to be a
has shown better form this year and given in honor of the governor and
Rev. Doctor Jefferson is the author hard fought game. Chicago is at the
fans expect him to place high in this his party, at the Pagoda. The officers,
of Jllany books among which are bottom of the Big Ten baseball ladder
event. non-commissioned officers and cadet
"Qui t Hints to Growing Preachers while Iowa is but two rungs above.
Illinois has been doped to win the officers in the miJital'Y department
In My tudy", "Doctrine and Deed", A win for Iowa will not make any
meet with Notre Dame and Michigan and other invited guests will attend.
"Things Fundam ntal", "The Minister difference in the race for there is
a a Propht't' , "Faith and Life," "The strong competitors, Idwa Wisconsin, The entire regiment will fall in small possibility that Northwestern
Old Year and th New," "The Char- and Ohio State are expected to be again at 1 :20 p. m., and conduct the or Chicago will win any more. games.
act r of Jesus", "Why We :a lieve in among the first six highest point win- escort to the color. This will be fol- Should Chicago win it will place her
Lil Mt r Daath", and "What the ners. lowed by the parade and review. in a tie with Northwestern for the
War Ha Tau ht Us." oach Bresnahan has left, fully pre- President Jessup will then present the cellar while Iowa should remain in
pared to keep his men In the best prizes to the winners of the track and seventh position.
sortl of physical condition for the field events, and competitive drill. Rib- Iowa should have little trouble in
ENTRIES FOR THIRD meet. The men rode to Chicago in a bons will be given to those who take winning her last game of the season,
ANNUAL CANOE RACE special Pulman in order to avoid need- the first three places of each event. and the last for Anderson, and Ir-
MUST BE IN TODAY less confusion and congestion. Each ish, for the Maroons have won but
member of the squad will pe supplied The last event of the day will be
the presentation of commissions in one game and that with the Purple.
with drinking water from Iowa City. The following men made the trip:
All ntries for the third annual the reserve corps of the regular army
A sudden change in drinking water Hurlburt, Becker, Michaelson, Ander-'
canoe race to be held tomorrow must to the eleven graduates of the Reserve
is liable to be harmful to a runner es- son, Irish, Wilhelm, Draper, Shimek,
b iv n to David A,. Armbruster Officers Training corps, by Governor ,"
pecially in time of hot weather. Locke, Voltmer, and Dyke. Becker will
b for 6 o'clock today. In order that Kendall.
Preliminaries in the dashes will be be the coach's pitching selection.
cad l. in th Governor'a day military "I want to extend a cordial invi-
held Saturday morning,
program may compete, the time for tation to the members of the faculty,
the start of the race has been changed APPARATUS BEING SHIPPED
COMMERCE CLUB ELECTS to the student body, and to the peo-
to 4 o'clock. The medals which ~ll be ple of Iowa City, to see both the morn- TO LAKESIDE LABORATORY
awarded the winner. are now on dill- Jacobs Chosen as New President at ing and afternoon events, especially
play in Wh tstone's window. those in the afternoon," said Lieut. Apparatus is now being shipped to
Th race will IItart from Iowa av- Colonel Mumma. "This will be the last the Iowa Lakeside laboratory which
enue bridge. The coursee goes to the will open June '20 and continue in
Granville B. Jacobs AS of Fort chance to see the entire regiment in
park bridg and return. The rulea session for ten weeks. The advance
Madison was elected president of the formation this year."
gov rnin th ra e will be explained Commerce club for next year at the enrollment includes college and Uni-
to the competitors and the drawing final business meeting of the year versity instructors, graduate students
for placell will be at 3:60 p. m. STATE BOARD OF DENTAL and one undergraduate who is pre-
Wednesday night at 7 :80 o'clock.
Leat year twelve canoell were in EXAMINERS HERE JUNE 6 pared for thia type of work.
b t Price f" the rac from Coralville to Iowa av-
Thc other officers elected are: Roy
The work, following the plan adopt-
A. Sands A3 of Sheldon, vlee-presl-
Clothill' enue bridge. The coutlle was ahort- dent; Lucille Everett AS of Iowa The state board of dental examin- ed two years ago, will consist wholly
a lot of old DR. 8 CITY ened this year to make It faater and Fa)]s, IeCretary, and Paul W. Pen- ers will give examlnationa at the col- of individual investigation. No· class
Dr. ordla • Bunch, "_Ident u- to allow a ar ater number of peo- nlngroth A3 of Tipton, treuurer. lege of dentistry from Monur, Jau work will be offered and all facilitiel'
with yoU .. at tant ot Otology In the colle,. of pi to witn ... the entire race. Ther. The retiring oftlcera are: Charlea 6, to Thursday of that week. will be focused upon individual work.
old clothes jD... IIIcfklne I. attending a m tin, of th Is no admlll.lon fee. Member. of the F. Glaagow A4 of Shenandoah, prell- The following men are members of Funds have been raised to carry on
Ammcan Trlologtcal allOClatlon In Eela club will aet a. judgea. dent; Mart H. Saundenon AS of the board; Dr. C. W. Work of Ottum- an extensive building and repair pro-
AU.ntl Ity, New JeI'H7 tbl. week. Keosauqua, vice-prelideut; Robert o. wa, Dr. C. B. Miller of Des Moinea, gram this summer. Two dormitory
RN, Red IfJJS a, will pr aent a paper before tM WEATHER FORECA8T Paramore A4 of Hawarden, leer. Dr. Harry P. White of Sioux CitJ, cottages will be erected to ~e the
lberty LUDcb) IIIoelation r portln, hla fny..tl,a- tary; and Erlll'll t.nou A4 aI Kan- Dr. Fred W. Conover of Decorah aDd place of the tents that have heretofore
tiona on the Pitch ran.. audltometer. 'air and cool.r. awha, treuunr. Dr. George Brooks of Greenfield. been provided.
PAGE TWO THE DAlLY IOW.AN. STATE UNIVERSITY oJ'lew.\. Friday, June 3, 19U . Frlilay,
THE DAILY lOW AN In Tuesday's Iowan appeared an ar-
t h e English Language," published in
London in 1773, is one of the most
PabU.hed every morn Inc except KoncIaT b,. tile
Dally lo .. an Publiahlne Company at 111-
116 South CHnton. Street, 10..a Cit,., Io .. a
ticle in which were several misstate- valuable of tile new books, and it ~ .• l.
Illbacription rate, delivered •••. $(.00 per ,.ear ments l'egarding Mi s Matilda T. is the largest of them all.
Oalled fo r .................. , $8.65 per year
8111,1. copy .............. " .......... G centa Paul G1 of Iowa City and her appoint- "Old England," a two volume his- Dance!
ment to a position outside of U. S. tory profusely illustrated, is one of _:1'
From Now On
MEMBER IOWA OOLLEGE PRESS at th ofT
Miss Paul will teach in the Philippine the oddest of the book . It was pub-
Entered aa secon d elan matter at the poet tonight,
office of Io ..a Olty, Io ..a Islands, not Hawaii as the paper stat- lished in 1845 and contains many _I country
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
ed. She received the appointment im_ quecr pictures of Old England. I chapt r
, Oharles H . Weller, Chairman; E. M. McEwen, mediately after applying to the Civil Of t.he books printed in a fon'::rn "j
)1. B. Kittredlre, Edmund J. Harrlncton,
Sel'vice Commission. She had been en- language, "Aunctores Mythographi
Dorothy M. Lineham. William O.
Moore, Earl W. Weill.
GEORGE L. STOUT ....• ..... Editor -In-eh ief
cOUl'aged to apply by the Philippine
Educational Agent who spent a day
Latini," a Latin book published in i
1747, is the o l d e s t . !
We'll make our own ni ht, D
Telephone Black 1767, Room 1. L. A. hou e aT
in Iowa City in April (19t h) inter-
DWIGHT A. DAVIS .... .. . Business Manapr
Telephone 149, 115 South Clinton Street
Harold A. Smith Circulation Manacer
viewing prospective teachers, because
she met the requirements for Philip.-
MAIL INQUIRIES POINT
TO LARGE ENROLLMENT
weather! L trh m
Raid Ray Advertiline lIlanaeer
pine service which are higher than for i
J. J. Wenlrert
Ant. Adv. ldanaeer
Hawaii. Miss Paul will sail from Van-
FOR SUMMER SCHOOL i ound a bit conceited do n't it? Th ,
DorDth,. M. Linlrham ldana,lne Editor "j '19 of I
Xauriee Van Metre Asaociate Editor couver, June 23.
Thelma B. Grave.
Reba D. Kelly
II. F. Carpenter
Special Sport. Writer
150 BOOKS ADDED TO
Advance mail inquiries indicate a
large summer session enrollement. To
We have just compl ted the in"tallation
of ::t 30 inch suction fan at the back of our
'20 of \\
OlIarl.. B. Goula Book and Drama Editor
NIGHT EDITORS NEW BOOK SHELF IN
date the regi tl'al"S office has receiv- 'Ij dining room.
Huberleen Kueneman fred G. E ..alU ed 1200 rcquests for information con-
Robert T. Ken ..ortlly Thelma B. Gra... LIBRARY THIS WEEK .cerning thc summer ses ion of the ,
Ilarpret Brady Jaml'e J. Wenlftt
Univcrsity to begin June 13, and Prof. !
The advisability of ordering corn flake
Many antique books of English his-
Charles H. Weller, summer session I
in the rear booth i que. tioned.
Fred G. Evan director, said yesterday that a large
tory may be found among the 150 j In fact even oup i hi hly doubtful.
number of students enter who make
THE PROF-PICKING ANGLE
"Pick Your Prof 01' Getting By in
College," a new book by David E.
volumes on the "new book" shelf in
the University library this week. The
oledst book was published in 1631, al~ d
no inquiry by mail. The 1200 does not
include any students now in the Uni-
But no matter what the weather we 11 be
to cool you off.
Berg is offered for sale by the Insti-
tute for Public Service, New York
most of the English histories were
prirlted between 1730 and 1850. Be-
versity or any that may have written
to special colleges or department
City. The book promises to be very sides these therc are many more mod-
attractive. An advertising circular Inquiries to date have come from I!
ern books on the shelf which deal
says-"Don't these page titles sound with the political and social sciences, all of the state of the union except ii
interesting?" Then it quotes the Vermont, New Hampshire, and Dela-
and several volumes of fiction. !!
pages-"Pick Your Prof Craftily,
Vaudeville Possibilities, Bluffing in
The "best circulators" within the
,w are, and those outside of the Unit- !i "The hop \ ith the campw pirit. '
Self Defense, Like the Prof's Jokes,
Kidding the Prof, and Cramming for
last few wecks arc, according to one
of the librarians: "Outlines of His-
ed States have been from Canada,
China, Germany, and Porto Rioo.
Iowa applicants number 5 2 and Il-
tory." "Moon Calf," "White Lights
Exams." linois is second with ninety-six. "I
in the South Seas," "The Brass , ,
Very interesting! Very interest- A further intimation of record um-
ing, too, to reflect that it is this sort Check." "Main Street", by Sinclair
Lewis, one of the most widely read mel' enrollment is drawn from esti-
of insipid comment on undergmduate
books has been stolen from the libr- mates of faculty members who have !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!''!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
life that is responsible for a lot of visited cities and towns in the state,
the unfair criticism levelled at our ary and is no longer available.
.a nd report that an unusually large
universities. Some of it, like this "Ancient Funeral Monuments With- ~m:'::-::-::'::'::'::'::'::.::.::.::-::.::-::.::.::-::.::-::-::-::.::-::-::-=.=-::r~~.::.::~=
number of school superintendents ex-
book by Mr. Berg, creeps into print. in the Monarchy of Great Britain,"
Its aim seems entirely inllOcent.
It is for fun, and some of it, among
is the olde t volume on the shelf. Some
of the other antique English books
pect to enroll in summer cour es.
a certain cult of former students and are: "The Work of Andrew Marvell",
graduates, is fOl' the peculiar pleasure in three volume , published in 1776 i
that one has in unlimbering his imag- "Rise and Progress of the English
ination on the theme-"When I was Commonwealth," two volumes, pub- THEATRE H
a boy." Mr. Berg, the In titute says, lished in 1732; "Historical Charters t', .
is a university graduate and "gives
every vidence of having known the
and Documents of the City of Lon-
LAST TIMES TODAY D OF
don,' by Walter De Gray Birch; "Re-
many device employed by students collection of the Life of Lord Byron" LIONEL BARRYMORE D ,Suits and
to get the greatest amount of credit published in 1814; "Life and Writ-
for the least work." ings of William Cowper," four vol-
There are tho e who fall into this umes, published in 1 06; "View of
class of cour e. All univer itie have
them i so do churches and businG5s
concerns, and municipal boards of
the Ru sian Empire during the Reign
of Cathel'in II" publi hed in 1 00.
amuel John on's "Dictionary of -
aldermen. But why does not someone Every garment ,reatly
write of the big majority, the stu- CLYDE COOK r duced in price
dents who are not in it for a rmxi-
ll\um of credit on a minimum of. work, JONTEEL COMPACT in his laugh-getter
.vho are out to learn, to improve their
mental capacity, add to their store of Face Powder .. _.. __ SOc "THE GUIDE"
knowledge, and quip themselves to Talc Jonteel .. _.. _.. 25c
fill a better place in the world out-
The writ r of "Pick Your Prof"
75c And we have with us
Saturday, Sunday and
doubtless has written a side-splitting
book, has had a lot of fun with it, For Friday and Satur- Monday
and its Teaders will doubtle s have day only, we will sell these Mr. and Mra.
more, but it is to I.e hoped that it, and
the hand-rne-down tradition of flag- two indispensible summer CARTER DE HAVEN
flapping, ro llicki ng college days will articles for:
be regarded a on ly trifling little side-
lights and not the big story of mod-
ern university life. 59c
In the circulation of the Co-ed num- OTHER JONTEEL
ber of the Journal of Business ye ter-
day mornirrg, another comm ndable PRODUCTS Thr
piece of work is added to the year's Summ r uit
collection of campus publications. Soap Jontcel ............. 25c for th Big
Its supervision by the women of Cold Cream Jonteel ........ 50c
the school of commerce is further evi- Combination Cream Jonteel. . 60c Lot No.1
dence, evidence much st~nger Face Powder Jonteel ....... 50c 19.50
elnce the war and the reporte of in- (Four Ihades) Fln(l all ,
du strial and professional experiments, Rouge Jonteel ............. 60c f w mixtur
that woman, in most phases of moderll (Three Shadel) ton through rtm nt
life, is not tl'Uggling to attain to Eyebrow Pencil Jonteel ..... 250 of lIiz and 010111, v ·ry IP lal
man's plane but is actively on, the (Three shades) ,19.50
same level. Lil)stick Jonteel ...... .. ... 25c
Beyond that, the Journal of Bus i- (Three IIhades) Lot Ne. 2
ness has a legitimate place, though Cuticle Solvent Jonteel ..... 35c 35
a small one perhaps, in the field of
There are a lot of big laugh. .' In quality navy Trl olin ,
Nail Bleach Jonte I .. . .... . 35c
trade publications. It is not an es- Nail ream Jontc 1 .....•.. 25c
coming to you from thi. braid and b ad trinllned- th
eentialJ y undergraduate magazine Nail Polish Jont el .... ... . . 25c funny farce comedy a1' a few light ult In th lot,
publish d for undergraduate readers, ManicUl'e et Jonteel .. ... . $1.50 .lze 16 to 42, pial, 3
with t he usual collection of campus Odor Jontccl .............. $1.50 -- - - - - - - -----. --
mi scellany that typify those period- OdOl' Concentrated . . ....... $3.00 Lot No.3
Icals. It has, of COUl'se, a certain Unl- A good a ortm nt of th hlgh-
verl!lity of Iowa intimacy, but hall 1ft lit cla' ult model In na )'
addition articles which mUl!lt be of in - I will pay the highest prices rl'icotinl! , Rookll', tan and
terest and profit to general readen,
especially tholle now active In the
Henry Louis for your discarded clothinr,
8uits, overcoats, sweatel'l, and
ch ck d velourl, fln lit tailoring,
commercial world .
Druggist ,hoes. Denecke'l Garment Salon, b======::====--!i!!!I'!~
The journal II In its firat ISlue 81'cond floor. I~
under that title, following the gen.r-
al at),l. of the Organller of lalt )'ear.
The Rex.1I " Kodak
Store Bring them to me now.
It hu an excellent beglnnln,. and
with the merit that It aeema to de- 124 East Collea-e at.
a'rYe, Ihould loon be on. the campaa a
atable and growin, eltabUahmnt. M. KIM III L
une 3, 1921 .
Friday, Jun 3, 1912 THE DAILY IOWAN, STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA PAGE THREE
Hicks is sports editor on t he Water- FORTY-SEVEN WOMEN Grove. and Phyllis Greve; dasies, Marie Phil-
100 Evening Courier. ARE ASSIGNED PARTS Muses: Gertrude Meloy A3 of Fort lips A3 of Iowa City, Myrtle Fisher,
Dodge, Jean Spiers A3 of Reinbeck, and Alma Held. Sweet peas, Pauline
IN AESTHETIC DANCE Phyllis Greve A2 of Mason City, Spencer A2 of Des Moines, Jean
Danc for th we k nd approved Martha Stewart, Lorna Ludwick, Spiers, and Margueriette Struble A3
Adriana Corso and Charles A.
at the offic of the d an of women are: Forty-seven parts al'e being wor k- Frances H ungerford A3 of Iowa City, of Iowa City.
l\fockmore were married Wednesday
tonight, igma Phi Epsilon at the ed up for t he Dance Drama, t he "Theft E milie Hartman A2 of Junction City, Buttercups : Evaline Curtis A4 of
morning at St. Mary's l'ectory, Iowa
ountry club; Phi Kappa Psi at the of Persephne", which t he aesthetic Kans., J ulia Darrow A3 of Columbus Red Oak, Edna Tolander, and Fran-
City by Very Rev. A. J. Schulte. The and interpret ative danc:ng classes Junction , and Adelaide Rodier Al of
chapter hOll ; Alph Tau Omega at bride was graduated from t his Uni- ces Hungerford. Cornflowers: Blan-
the city park; and ar ity. Tomorrow will give on t he president's lawn as a Davenport. che Davis, Beatricee McGarvey, and
versity in 1919 and has been serving
night, Delta Tau Ita at the coun- ,part of t he commencement program Sea Nymphs : Blanche Davis A3 of Elizabeth Devine A4 of Livermore.
a registrar at the University hos-
try club; D Ita hi at the chapter Monday, June 13. The pageant in- Osage, Edna Tolander A4 I)f Olds,
pita!. Mr. Mockmore was graduated eludes eleven solo dances and num-
bou e and Var itl'. from the college of engineering at the Myrtle Fisher A3 of Solon, Beatrice
erous group dances. The parts are: McGarvey A2 of Wate1'loo, Alma
University in 1920 and has been as-
Youth, Regina Desjardins A3 of Den- Held A4 of Waterloo, and Helen
I, tt'hrm-Hick si tant to MI'. John M. Fisk, superin- vel', Colo.; Ceres, Jean Hicklin A4 of Stearns.
tt'ndcnt of grounds and buildings, for
Th , doing of Romola Ltltchem Wapello; Persephne, Dolly Hender- Flowers: Narcissus, Gladys Tag-
j.he pa i yea 1'. The couple will leave
'19 of low City and Frank Hick .son A4 of Hawkeye; Father Time, gart A2 of Spencer; roses, Ruth Wil-
Iowa City August 15 for Corvallis,
'20 of Waterloo oct'urr d at 2:30 ye - Marjorie Gailey A3 of Iowa City; son AS of Seymour, Gertrude Meloy
Orellon, where MI'. Mockmore will be NOW SHOWING
terdlY afternoon at th hom of the Spring, Lorna Ludwick A3 of Bellevil-
an instructor in engineering in t he
brid' par nt, fr. lind 1.1 • J. Fo. Ie, Kans.; Summer, Martha Stewart
state agricultural college. Mr. Mock-
Latch m. Mi. Dorothy Latch m, sis-
t er 0, lh b' l Iay
1'1( e p d a pre Iud e more was the winner of the "Big 'A4 of Houghton, Mlch.
Ten" conference medal last year for
A4 of Chariton; Sun, Claribel Wright
· Are you looking ANITA
con. i Hng ot f nd I ohn's "Sprillg Pluto, Dorothy O'Donagbue A3 of
ong" and Dvorak' "Humore que",
follow d by Loh ngrin' w dding
excellence in scholarship and athletics.
He is a member of Sigma Xi and of
Storm Lake; attendants of Pluto,
Mary Freeman A3 of Nocatee, Fla. for a large fra- STEWART
Tau Beta Phi, honorary engineering
march. The c r mony wa pe!ormed frat l'nity. and Dorothy Brooks A2 of Tiffin; in her latest feature
by R v .. 11'. Rob rt R. R ed of the . Poppy, Helen Stearns A2 of D s
Fir t I'r yt rian church. Th living
room. wh r th c r mony took plac Pledge nnounced
Moines; Famine, Violet Koften A4 of
,T yndall, S. Dakota; Cold, Helen Hay- "Sowing the Wind"
WI dora ed b a I ttic work of Alpha Delta Pi sorority announces es A3 of Iowa City. If so Inquire at
oak Ie \' ,palm. and ferns. the pledging of Mrs. Gertrude Blake- Fates: Helen Haddock A2 of Green- Al 0 Comedy
The brid wor a uit of navy blue
poir twill nd a black I ce hat
Jy of F ort Dodge, chaperon of their 'field, Winifred Lewis A3 of Woodbine,
chapter house. and Dorothy Middleton A3 of Eagle
530 IOWA AVE. "Hubby Behave"
beaded .. 'ith j t and carrl d a hower ..!!!!!!!JII!!!!!I!I!!!!I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~
bouqu t of whit ro and lillie of
the vall y.
Foll ing he c r m ny th couple
left for an auto trip throurh Wi.. on-
in and Jllinoi . Th 'I will b at home
in Waterloo aft .r July 1. where Mr.
Mulllilll!:!!!!11!I I1I' !lil!lllul!!IIIIU~lI1II11I11I11II1I1III1IIIIIHIIIIIIIII!
ce TODAY & SATURDAY
SWEEP -STAKE SALE
NOW IN FULL SWING
Began Yesterday and Going Strong
AND WHY NOT
When a great Big High Grade Stock of Young Men's Clothing
and Furnishings is on sale all the way down the line at legitimate
This is the Maiden- reduced prices. And every article sold represents a standard estab.
from morn till
II' r II ttinll Your Going Home Suit
Correct in Style, a Big Range of Patterns and Fabrics, and Last
Th r ' more truth l han poetr In
th tat m nt _hen e a ou wtJl
but not Least [Under price]
'1" the tim of our III at T HE
80 E TH . T J ZZ BUILT.
Also Screen Snapshob
Better Come and Look'em Over
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FRID Y EVENING
VARSITY DANCE SATURDAY EVENING
• JUNE 4
Co. IIA" Armo~
Dancm,8 :8()" :46 Dancing 8 :30-11 :46
PAGE FOUR THE DAILY IOWAN, STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
fRATERNITY JEWELRY Y. w.
C. A. COLLECTS CLOTHING Other universities have contributed WANTED- Typing, the 8, notes
MFG. CO. FOR EUROPEAN STUDENTS money this year; Yale $1508, Smith etc. Phone 1407 ev nings.
$600 and Iowa State College $670. . , .
Fraternity and College Women! freshmen, sophomores, The University has not been asked to LOST- T n dollar blll near law FOR ALE-Tennts rack t. Call
Jewelry juniors, seniors, seniors, what are contribute but now the Y .W. C. A. building. Phone R1074. R ward. 196 at 197.
Society and class pins a you doint; with that discarded cloth- is asking for that discarded clothing.
ing that won't go in the crowded It is not for the citizens, merely for
specialty trunk? Why not bring it to the Y. the students who are starving and fei. IJ:-
Dance Favors and Programs
223 First Avenue
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
W. C. A. room from where it will be freezing.
sent to needy students in central
Europe! Saturday as it must be sent thein by
All clothing is to be turned first
of next week.
LA ST CA LL
If you want baggage hauled, call
&enu this Ef'lJening 768.
FOR HIRE - Good quiet saddle
CLAM CHOWDER lOc
Fancy Short Cut Steak ________________ 30c
horses. Craen and Morner barn. Phone
LOST-Gold pencil on Washington
CAP and GOWN Go•• K
Fancy Short Cut Steak Smothered :.....:.. ~ _40c
or S. Dubuque Wednesday. Bring to
Fried Channel Cat Fish _________________ 30c IOWAN office. 196
~ench Toast and Jelly ,,_. _______________ 2Sc
LOST-In Y. W. room, brown silk
Creamed Beef on Toast _________________ 2Sc umbrella. Finder return to Iowan
(J elly Omelette ________________________ 2Sc Office. Reward. Must Be In By
Lyonaise Potatoes - _- __ - ____ ",_, __________ Sc LOST-New Conklin, in front of
;Hot Biscuits ------------------ ________ tOc
Butered Lima Beans 5cCreamed Asparagus lOc
Armory call Pearl Davies, 1435. Re-
SATURDAY, JUNE 4th
~uttered Lima Beans - - _- ________________ Sc Vacation and spare time. Make We cannot promile delivery after
Creamed Asparagus - - - - - - ____ ,_,_. ________ toc extra money selling Fibre HOUle
COLD MEATS Brooms and Waterproof Kitchen that date
Aprons. Sample proposition. Ban-Ton
Oold Chicken Breast, Potato Salad ________ 3Sc Mfg. Co., 211 South Broadway, St.
Cold Ox Tongue, Potato Salad ___________ 25c .[.Quis, Mo. H
Cold Roast Pork Potato Sal ad ...... ,~,_, __ 2Sc BONDS FOR SALE-Marengo 6
Cold Roast Veal, Potato Salad ___________ 2Sc per cent Funding Bonds, Jefferson 6
Cold Roast Beef, Potato Salad ___________ 2Sc per cent Paving Bonds. Spenced 6 per
cent Sewer Bonds. All exempt from
~uality Coffee Room local, state, federal and income taxes.
Bailey & Murphy 181tf
WANTED-Students to work meal
time and evenings during
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Think of tt Dinty" and 'ENGLERT
I l Go and Get It," and TllltATBIl
the1~ find their power
eclipsed in Marshall
Neilan's greater pro-
duction, Bob Hamp-
N o w
(I TODAY, SATURDAY
ton of Placer." SUNDAY AND MONDAY
We ley Barry as Buddy Marjorie Daw a "n Kid" Jam Kirk od
Headed by this All-Star Cast
With graduation days at hand Miss
Coed's thoughts tum to Organdies,
Voiles and Dotted Swisses.
BobHam ton and
Weare showing a fresh line of dainty
summer dresses of many colors and styles,
so crisp and cool looking. Why not stop in
bindina! Of Place: Frontien-
, and see these. Weare sure you'll be im- Enacted amid the acenic arandeur of Glacier National Park
pressed with their daintiness.
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F. j. Strub & Son (tUell' they've lot me, Bob," Budd, ",hl,pered. The
lut to 10 do",n In CUlter'" ftlhL See It In till, ....
nlllleent featlre. ..... . . . .
For laughing purposes the Paramount-Fatty Arbuckle cOJllfdy "Out West"
with Buster Keaton and Al John. at.