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THE MICHIGAN DAILp

DISCHARGED MEN TO BE AIDED
BY BIG EMPLOYMENT CAMPAIGN
To Use Selective Service .Machinery
and Organized Local
Boards

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Washington, D. C.-March 7.-Dis-
charged soldiers and sailors are to be
aided in finding employment by a
nation-wide campaign, under the di-
rection of Arthur Woods, former pol-
ice commissioner of New York City,
who has taken up the task at the in-
stigation of the war department.
For furthering his campaign, Woods

intends to organize the various cham-
bers of commerce, commercial clubs,
and state public officials throughout
the country into a concerted , whole.
The selective service machinery will
also be used.
POSITIONS OPEN FOR MEN
This is a good opportunity for Men'
who have ability to manage. We
want a student who has made good
selling something-such as books or
other specialty. Work will begin in
June or July. Give reference and ex-
perience. Address I. A. Roehl, 56
Lafayette Blvd., Detroit.--Adv.

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THE DAYTIME BILLIE BURKE. An orig-
inal idea of the DOVE designers, which will be-
come as popular as the Billie Burke Pajama,
which is generally worn at night. The Daytime
Billie Burke is an Envelope with bloomers attach-
ed, open all the way down the front, and with
pocket at side. Comes in assorted tailored and
lace trimmed models.
NEW STEP-IN WITH CIRCULAR DRAWER.
A delightful new garment, made with very
full circular drawer. Comes in assorted styles both
tailored and lace trimmed.
DOVE STEP-IN ENVELOPE.-The most
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'DR. CHASEYTO LECTURE
DURING SUMMER SESSION
WILL PRESENT COURSE IN' EDU-
CATIONAL PROBLEMS
HERE
Educational courses in the summer
school this year will be given unusual
attention by the fact that 10 lectures
on educational problems will be pre-
sented by Dr. Charles E. Chadsey,
head of the Detroit board of educa-
tion, who has recently been elected
superintendent of the Chicago public
schools.
Dr. Chadsey, in his new position in
Chicago with the salary of $18,000 a
year, will be one of the highest paid
public school .superintendents in the
country.
Notice Called To
Absence Excuses
Absences in classes at present as
well as since the start of the second
semester in the literary college are
comparatively few, the committee on
attendance reported yesterday. This
includes all absences, intentional or
unavoidable.
The percentage of absences to the
literary college enrollment this se-
mester has decidedly fallen in com-
parison to that of last semester and
last year. Of all these, few are caus-
ed by other than sickness, thus mak-
ing the intentional qnd miscellane-
ous absences small in number. In
order to impress upon the student
the value of the explanation of ab-
sences, the following rules are print-
ed by the attendance committee for
the literary college:
1. All absences should be explain-
ed to the comMittee within one week,
and every absence not explained with-
in two weeks will be marked unex-
cused. If summons are not respond-
ed to within one week, all absences
involved will be marked unexcused.
2. Each absence on the day imme-
diately preceding or following a va-
cation or holiday shall be counted as
three.
3. Excessive absences shall render
the student liable to prohibition in
public activities or to a reduction in
general credit for the semester.
4. Willful disregard of summons
from the committee or the dean shall
render the offender liable to suspen-
sion.
The committee for men meets from
11:15 to 12:15 o'clock on Wednes-
days, and from 3:15 to 4:15 o'clock
on Thursdays in the registrar's of-
fice; for women, from 11 to 12:15
o'clock on Thursdays. Excuses will
be received only at these times.
H. X. LUNSDEN, '20, GIVES TALK
AT FORESTRY CLUB MEETING
H. M. Lumsden, '20, was the speak-
er at a recent meeting of the Forestry
club and gave an interesting narration
of his overseas service with the Naval
Battery which operated six of the 14-
inch naval rifles with great effective-
ness against the Huns and their al-
lies on the western front. His experi-
ences ranged from a narrow escape
of falling victim to one of the kai-
ser 's submarines to actual front line
fighting.
Two committees were appointed at
this meeting to look after the social
affairs of the organization for the rest

of the semester. B. R. Hook, Spec,
was made chairman of the program
committee with L. H. Hartzell, '21,
and H. M. Lumsden, '20, assisting him.
The refreshment committee is com-
prised of K. W. Tunnicliffe, '21, chair-
man, C. W. Blashill, '21, and J. V.
Wagar, '20.
CUSTER RECRUITING ATTRACTS
YOUTHS TO FURTHER SERVICE
Camp Custer,March 7.-All the men
recruited thus far at Camp Custer
under the newly authorized large army
plan are between the ages of 18 and
21 probably due to the fact that many
between these ages who had hoped
to be drafted into the National army
were disappointed when the armistice
was signed.
There has been no rush of dis-
charged soldiers seeking re-enlist-
ment but a plan to make it more
,popular has been evolved whereby
enlisted men will have a month's fur-
lough after again signing up with
Uncle Sam. They can take it at
once, or any time within 30 days of
their new enlistment.
Immel Lectures in U. Extension Work
Mr. R. K. Immel of the oratory de-
partment left Friday to deliver a lec-
ture in university extension work at
Lake Odessa, Mich. He will return
Saturday.

HIGHWAYS EXPERT ENGINEERING FACULTY HAVE
TO VISIT COUNTY N TlING UP THEIR SLEEVES
Back fo Normal Our Only Present
Mr. W. M. Bryant, of the State Aim, Says Dean
Goods Roads association, will spendA
the first three days of next week in C
Washtenaw county going over plans!
for carving on the work of building The engineering college is devoting
better highways of communication all of its energies at present to get-
throughout the state. ting scholastic accomplishment back
While here Mr. Bryant will be to a pre-war basis, according to Dean
taken over the roads in the county by
Mr. William Underdown, chairman of
the Good Roads committee that was
appointed by the new Chamber of
Commerce recently.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB WILL

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Mortimer E. Cooley.
"We are all working now to put the
college back on its feet," states Dean
Cooley. "Many of the men, both in
the faculty and among the studetns
have returned and before long the
school will have reached the place
that it occupied before the war. Until
we have caught up, the engineering
college will attempt no new plans
We have nothing up our sleeves."

PAY VISIT TO OBSERVATORY
Members of the Cosmopolitan club
will meet at 730 o'clock Saturday
night at the Observatory. Prof. Wil-
liam J. Hussey, director of the Ob-
servatory will conduct the party
through the building and explain the
apparatus. Botl4 chapters of the club
are invited.
A reception will be held for the
club Saturday evening; March 15, at
the Martha Cook building, at which
the members will furnish a program.
A fraternity and a boarding house
baseball league is to be re-establish-
ed, this spring, at the University of
Kansas.
Use the Daily to reach the students.
Four .thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.
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