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THE MICHIGAN UAILY FRIDAY, NO

nal Christmas cards-order
w at Wahr's University Book-
-Adv.
EY TO LOAN on Real Estate
n Valley Bldg. & Sav. Asso.,
Herbst, Cecy. Savings Bank
dv.
dancing at the Packard Acad-
onday and Thursday evenings,
0. Competent instructor and
nt.-Adv.
IAJESTIC
2--3:0-7-8:30
TIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
)DAY AND TOMORROW
WALLACE REID
THE SOURCE"
VAITER'S WASTED LIFE" Comedy
COMING SUNDAY 3-DAYS
WARY PICKFORD in
JOHANNA ENLISTS"
RCAD
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Hours 3:00 oo, 8:30'
phones
ce, 296M' Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Fri-21-22-Grace Valentine in
e Unchastened Woman" and Chris-
Comedy, "Just Like Dad."
3-Hedda Nova and J.rFrank
idon in "By the World Forgot" and
edy.
ion-24-25 -Madge Kennedy in
e Kingdom of Youth" and Capitol
edy, "Smiling Bill" Parsons in
aching Billy."
uerthTheater
Fri-21-22-Mary Miles Minter in
e Eyes of Julia' Deep." Also Corn-
and News.R
Y Nov. 22 Afternoon and evening
lion Show-Liviug Models -

NUMEROUS SCHOOLS CLASS ELECTIONS HELD IN

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NEED INSTRUCTORS
The United States Commissioner of
Education has announced that 50,-
000 teachers' places are vacant, and
that 120,000 persons are teaching this
year who never before taught a class.
Many thousand schools are closed be-
cause of this shortage. Teachers of
science and mathematics and manual
training are especially hard to get.
Instructors in physics and chemistry
have gone into government laborator-
ies, others have gone into industrial
employment.
According to the department of Ed-
ucation in the University, the rea-
sons for the present decrease in the
supply of teachers are not only be-
cause of higher paid employment else-
where but also that so many men, o'
course, have been taken into the
army. It is expected that with de-
mobilization many will return to their
former occupations, and that the grad-
uating class will fill many vacant po-
sitions.
The United States Bureau of Edu-
cation urges that professional men
take classes in neighboring schools
for part of each day. The need is
for physicians, pharmacists, and skill-
ed mechanics who could be used in
manual training, temporarily. These
men, who are qualified for such spe-
cial service, are asked to register
with the new School Board Service
Division in Washington.
Heretofore teachers were expected
to be college graduates at least, but
this year many persons who have not
completed college courses are teach-
ing.
WAR WORK DRIVE ENDS
WITH QUOTA UNATTAINED

ALL COLLEGES YESTERDAY
(Continued from Page One) l
roll; secretary, Ruth Conway; treas-
urer, T. L. Vernier.
Senior architects -- president, Leo
J. Hosman; vice-president, Benjamin
W. Hertel; secretary, C M. Norton;
treasurer, E. F. Ruihley.
Junior architects - president, Eu-
gene Straight; vice-president, Sam
Popkins; secretary, Phillip L. Klau-!
ner; treasurer, Glenn Benjamin; ser-
geant-at-arms, Richard Ware.
Sophomore architects - president,
Joseph C. Goddeyne; vice-president,
James Kidney; secretary, Armin A.
Romoer; treasurer, M. Shatt, and ser-
geant-at-arms, Jay Evarts.
Freshmen architects - president,
Stanley Simpson; vice-president, Ruth
Perkins; secretary, Ruth Pipp, treas-
urer, Gaylord Husteu; sergeaut-at-
arms, Frazer Slater.!
The Homeopathic Medical college
held their elections at times most con-
'venient to the respective classes.
Seniors-president, E. D. Winfield;
vice-president, L. W. Snow; treas-
curer, J. D. Van Schoick; secretary,
J. K. Durling.
Juniors - president, K. J. Knode;
rice-president, N. E. Lavely; secre-
tary and treasurer, M. S. Ballard.
Sophomores - president, H. L.
French.
Freshmen-president, G. F!. Burk-
hardt; vice-president, D. T. Pulford;
treasurer, M. S. Chambers; secre-
tary, G. B. Ulvild.

U-NOTICES
Open house will be held at the
First Baptist church at 8 o'clock
this evening instead of, at
7:30 o'clock as has been the
custom in the past. All S. A.
T. C. and naval unit men are
especially invited.
The class on international re-
lations of the Cosmopolitan club
will be addressed by Mr. H. E.
Yntema of the political science
department on "English Univer-
sities," at 7:30 o'clock this
evening in room 205 U-hall.
The Red Cross benefit bazaar
will be held at Martha Cook
building Friday afternoon and
evening and all day Saturday.
Everyone is invited to attend.
There will be a meeting of the
freshman spread committee at
4:39 o'clock this afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Nippon club will meet at,7:45
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
Methodist church will hold a
social at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Mary Pickford in "The Eagle's
Mate" will be shown at 7:45
o'clock Saturday night at Meth-
odist church.

SWHITNEY THEATRE SAT. AND SUN NISHI
SUjN. MAT. 3 P. M.

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3-Fritzi Brunette in "The Velvet (Continued from Page One)
." Also News and Comedy. . the button. Mr. Bacon also gave a
short talk on . salesmanship. The
committees met again last night and
Aheum Theater gave their report. They hoped to fin-
ish up all canvassing last night.
Tri-2l-22-F. McDonald in "Tony There were possibly 1,000 army men
ica." Also 2-Reel Comedy. who had not pledged, and many ci-
-Baby Marie Osborne in "Mi- vilian students who had not been
0' The Beanstalk." Also News ..
Comedy, "Why Pick On Me?" reached.
--Julian Eltinge in "The Widow's = Campus women were not canvass-
." Also Weekly and Comedy, e
Almost Proposed." ed, as the matter had been present-
tl~llllilllltlltlllllltltllitttltt1111i ed at the league houses, dormitories,
and sororities at least twice. The
¬ęCK Matinees average for the women" is a little
ICK Wednesday and
JT I Saturday over $4.50 a head. This is better
ods presents the Comedy supreme than the other averages of the cam-
ess Before Pleasure pus, but, still far behind the amount
a a yearsun at the ltingeThatregiven to the Friendship fund last
New York year.

lONE PHONE
1701 1701
ows at Shows at
3:00 2:00
3:30 3:30
1:00 7:00
5:30 8IJT C ':30
Al TIC
T0D AYAND TOMORROW
WALLACE REID
"TH E SOURCE"
Adapted from the story of same title in the Saturday Evening Post.
"*A WAITER'S WASTED LIFE"
Sunshine Comedy

Nightly and All Shows Sunday ".Aajestic Orchestra

COMING SUNDAY 3-DAYS
MARY PICKFORD
"JOHANNA ENLISTS"

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They Follow the Flag

Kirschbaum Uniforms for Army Officers

From the Phillipines to the Piabe,
from 7lanchusia to the Neuse
Kirschbaum-tailored officers'
uniforms are worn by the tens
of thousands because the y
stand the gaff and always
look the part.

FRED W. GROSS
309 So. Main St.
Headquarters for Kirschbaum S. A. T. C.
Uniforms in Ann Arbor

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