LAN TO AID MAIMED
"Attention." The lieutenant brought
i his command to a. halt, and for five
minutes they remained the center of
the public eye while the C. O. proceed-
ed to look them over at his leisure.
U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
a POSITIONS TO MEN
The following casualties are report-
ed today by the commanding general
of the American Expeditionary Forc-
es: Killed in action, 177; died of
wounds, 101; died of disease, 31; died
from accident and other causes, 3;
wounded, degree undetermined, 106;
wounded slightly, 19; prisoners, 1.
its first year
cals in 40 di
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nierican Tiresome, you say? Not a bit of it,
ilt 40 for drill was taking place on North
rly 300 University that day, and at least five
e than pretty girls had Just entered the
rerseas Hair Launderers on their way to a
sailors shampoo and the Joys of the electric
ks and curler.
guages. Suddenily an electric thrill shot
of our its way through the ranks in spite of
the glares of haughty petty officers.
In vain the young lieutenant shouted
Cross the command "Eyes right." In -the
marine window of the Hair Launderes' hair-
e been dressing establishment, a switch had
460 .i- been hung to the breeze. It was
ned in brown hair, thick and long, hair with
Chris- a mild reddish cast, and it had evi-
of Co- dently just been put through the or-
Salva- deal of much hot soap and water.
i mess There was whispered speculation as
to the possible owner, but the mascu-
eager- line mind was unable to fasten the
d sail- guilt unanimously on any one of the
them five. So after drill a group of khaki
elf-de- clad boys 'made it a point to be at
, to be the entrance doors when the girls re-
better appeared. There-were but four of the
e rap- five who had acquired hair with a
ccupa- brown reddish cast (in the short
return.space of forty-five minutes).
s of the Yo
nv. and in b
e workers a
Washington, Nov. 7. - Plans for
training and placing in remunerative
positions soldiers and sailors maimed
sin war, worked out by the United
States employment service and the
federal board for vocational educa-
fion, are ready to be put into opera-
The employment service has in-
structed its representatives through-
out the country to obtain information'
that will be h.elpful in the placement
of partially disabled soldiers and sail-
ors. Surveys of labor needs will be
made in conference with employers to
determine where such men can be
The board for vocational education
will maintain in each hosjpital for the
treatment of wounded, a representa-
tive who will confer with disabled
men before their discharge from the
hospital. Every effort. will be made
to assist the men toward that occu-
patiol in which they are most inter-
*steol and for which, because of apti-
tude and experience on one hand and
handicaps on the other, they are best=
Cases Referred to Local Boards
After the vocational adviser has as-
sisted the recuperating patient to
choose a suitable occupation, his case,
with full information, will be refprred
to a local board in his community.
made up of two representatives of the
district employment office, one a phy-
sician, tWo representatives, chosen
from the locality, one to be an employ-
er and the other a representative of
labor. The board will see to his train-
ing, and while it -is in progress he
Will be supported by the government
and given_ the same allotment and
family allowance for dependents as
when he was in military or naval ser-
vice. His expenses, in the main, rill
be covered 'from the compensation
provided in the vocational rehabilita-
tion act. .
Bonds Must Be Converted Today
People holding Liberty bonds of the
first two issues will be given their
last opportunity to convert them into
four and one-fourth per cent bonds
today. Any person who may have
converted his origin Al bonds into four
per cent ones may change these into
those bearing the higher rate of in-
Any bank 'in the country will take
care of this work for bond holders.
It is necessary that these bonds be
sent to Washington by the banks.
Elsa Haag Announces Engagement
An announcement has been made
of the engagement of Elsa Haag, '20,
and Max Coulter. Both are residents
of Port Huron. Miss Haag is a mem-
ber of .Kappa Kappa Gamma .sorority.
Many Navy Men Sign for Bonds
The men in the students' naval
unit began signing up for payments
on their Liberty bonds Friday after-
noon. A total "of 380 men in the unit
subscribed for bonds of this last issue.
AFTERNOON-2:oo and 3.30
EVENING-5:3o, 8':oo and 9:30
SSat- Edith Robert in ' "eans." Al
Sso News and .Comedy.
" Sun-Moan--o-r r-Mildred Harris in'
"The Doctor and theWoman." (Sin
Parts.) Also Comedy.
HARRY MOREY and BETTY BLYTHE
"THE GREEN GOD"
The Feature will be
Thoroughly Renovated & Fumigat<
Wherein an American GI
is caught in the web of eN
dence surrounding a stranf
ted,* * * * * * * * * *
ooo,- _*AT THE THEATERS
cash for the support of" this
of the American -Library as-
n. In order to continue the
for another year, and to ex-
as our new selectives service
s assembled, the association
t least $3,500,000.
he purpose of raising such a
has combined with other or-
ons ,operating under the su-
Majestic - Douglas Fairbanks
in "Say, Young- Fellow." Majestic
orchestra and- Community sing-
Arcade - Harry Morey and
Betty ,Blythe in "The Green God"
'and' Star' Conied , "Shot in the
Wuerth - Edith Robert in'
"Beans." Also 'News-and Comedy.
Orpheum - Mary Pickford in'
"Amarilly of Clothes Line Alley."
Also News and Comedy.
~~te O rpeumThae
AFTERNOON-a:oo and 3:30
EVENING-5:3o, 8:oo and 9:30
Sat-9-Mary Pickford in "Amarilly
of Clothes Line Alley." Also News
: and Comedy.
Sun-i o-Bessie Love in "Little Sister
S of Everybody." Also News and
'l111111|1l11111l|1111111 111ill 11111111!! '
Also Star Comedy
"SHOT IN THE DUMBWAITER"
COMING - Sunday and Monday -
(The New Goldwyn Star) in "JUSI
e Old Hobby'
,ys of abstinence from
he people of Ann Arbor **
ed to pursue their far-
Ford Canvass Made
A canvass recently made at the Ford
motor plant at' Detroit, showed the
Jobs that could be filled by legless
men, 670; by one-legged men, 2,637.;
by one-armed men, 715; by totally
blind men, 10. The time estimated
to become efficient at these jobs is
estimated for 1,733, one day or less;
for 1,641, one day to one week; for
251, one week to two, weeks; for 543,
one month to one year; for 43, 'one'
to six years.
AT THE WHITNEY
- '4 .-
atres I Richard Carle's new musical com-
y during the influenza
ney will be unable -to.
etions booked for Oc-
erth theatres have an
stem by which they do
racts far in advance
The feature movies that would have
been shown here during the epidemic
will, in most cases, soon be brought
back. The theatres have become such
a factor in the average person's life
that they were sorely missed while
they-were closed. "Oh, to see a mov-
e" has been sighed by more than
me since the influenza,-epidemic came
upon us. It is expected' that there
will be line-ups at the ticket windows
his afternoon at the first performance
>f all the theatres. Dr. 3. A. Wessin-
ger states that he considers it per-
ectly safe to attend public places as
hey have recently been 'completely
umigated and there is no longer any
Langer of contagion.
Iotarboard Gives to United War Work
At the last meeting of Mortarboard,
senior girls''honorary society, it was
lecided to give $10 to the United War
Work campaign. A list of new mem-
ers of the society will soon be an-
4. A. T. C. Uniforms Delayed In Route
Two carloads of uniforms for the
3. A. T. C. have been delayed in route.
When these uniforms arrive it is ex-
ected that every S. A. T. C. man will
b completely equipped.
edy, "Furs and Frills," which will be
seed Sunday night, Nov. 17, at the
Whitney theatre, has a plot which al-
ways proves of particular interest to
the feminine sex. The central fac-
tor is a valuable Russian sable coat
which experiences varied fortunes and*
whose exploits afford an unusual
fund of amusement. Mr. Carle has a
role exactly suited to him, and it is
generally admitted. that he is this
season doing the most important work
of his career.
Light, tuneful song hits punctuate
the performance and are interpreted
by a chorus which for beauty ,and
talent stands second to none. Among
the well known musical comedy fav-
orites who will be seen in Mr. Carle's
support, may be mentioned Harriet
Burt, Martha Craver, Hattye Fox,
Jay Elwood, George Bogues, Milt
Dawson, William Wolf, Edward Mer-
idith, Joseph McNamee and others.
NO FURTHER DATA FURNISHED
CONCERNING FRENCH MISSION
Send 16 Men to Camp Wadsworth
Sixteen men will entrain from
Washtenaw county for Camp Wads-
worth, Spartenburg, .South Carolina,
next Wednesday. This quota is as-
signed to general military service.
The Photographic Aronautic divi-
sion is open for voluntary induction.
Thirty-five men with some knowl-
edge of photographic chemistry are
required to fill a quota of men going
to Catn Sheriman, Chillicothe, Ohio.
Engineering Society's Campaign On
Over 60 men have subscribed to
membership in the Engineering so-
ciety during the past two days. The
campaign which is being conducted
will be continued a few days longer
for the advantage of those men who
have been delayed in joining..The cam-
paign is in room 212, Engineering
SENIOR SOCIETY TAKES SIX
WOMEN IN FALL INITIATION
Thoroughly Renovated and Fumigated
Doug playfully toys with the spinning fly-,
wheel of a huge engine in this one
It's a thriller, believe us!
No further information concerning
the visit in this country of the French
educational mission has'been receiv-
ed from 'the American council on edu-
cation. Although the council has al-
ready announced who the members of
the mission will be, and the length
of their extended visit, yet the definite
days have not been given out. The
University has been told that the mis-
sion will probably be here about No-
Senior society held its fall initiation
Thursday night at the home of Kath-
erine Kilpatrick. Six girls were in-
itiated and a "few of. the, honorary
members: were present.
The next meeting of the society will
be held Thursday evening, Nov. 21,
at Martha Cook building. Themem-
bers are requested to come supplied
with needle and.. thread to work :on
garments for the Belgian relief.
A large collection of Medici Prints
on exhibition for ten days at DeFrie's
Art Store. 223 So. Main St.-Adv.
ARCADE OPENS SATURDAY
Sat., 9-Harry Morey and Betty
Blythe in "The Green God," and Star
Comedy, "Shot in the Dumbwaiter."
Sun., Mon., 10-11-Tom Moore in
"Just for Tonight" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Birds-.of a Feather."
Tues., 12-Kitty Gordon yin "Merely
Players" and Star Comedy, "House-
Wed., 13-Edith Storey in "The Si-
lent Woman" and Screen Telegram.
Thurs., Fri., 14-15-Norma Talmadge
in "The Safety Curtain," Christie Com-
edy, "Kids" and Offc.ial War Review.
Majestic Theater Orchestra I Community Singifi
D. W. GRIFFITH, The Master Director, Presents
-A heavy gold watch bearing
ae of owner. Report to bar-
ks 44. Phone 120.
-Body of a gold cased foun-
. DevhWaterman'self filler. Call
LOST-Hand carved silver watch.
Name in back. Reward. Call 251.
$6 TO -10 "every week for your: spare
time.' Just like throwing - your
money away to waste your Satur-
days. I: can use three or more en-
ergetic ladies or non-war students.'
James Montgomery COMMUNITY BURTON HOLMES
Hick Manhattan SINGING TRAVELOGUE
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