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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1919.

MEN PICKED, FOR
NA9TIONAL CITY BANK
YORK OFFICIALS WILL MEET
SELECTED MEN AT AN
EARLY DATE

Men with such excellent qualifica-
:ns applied for the National City
ank *fellowships that Prof. I. Leo
iarfman, of the economics depart-
ent recommended five men to the
ink instead of three.
Those who were selected are:
harles L. Clark, '21, Wade E. De
ries, '21, Gilbert R. Byrne, '19, Walt-
r R. Stark, '19, and Charles A. Towl-
, '19. Many sophomores who had
>mpleted only two semesters of
ork at the University were of the,
uality which is necessary for secur-
g the position, but the bank desires
.en who will be juniors or better at
e end of this year.
Men Will Be Interviewed
The men who were recommended
ill be interviewed by officials of the
ink, either at New York, or some
;her point more convenient, such as
etroit or Chicago. It is possible'
ossible that all five men may be sel-
eted by bank officials. Other univer-
.ties have not been able to fill their
tiota with suitable men.
If this is not the case, two of the
ye will be weeded out by the inter-
Lew with the bank official. Some may
e eliminated by the failure to pass
he physical examination which is a
equisite.
B. Russe D'Ooge, who was appoint-
d last year but who enlisted in the
avy before entering upon his work,
'ill probably enter the school this
ear at the National City bank. The
nen will start their work this year,
uly 1. _

and six months immediately after,
and the seniors will attend the school
for a year straight. After being grad-
uated from the school at the bank,
they are sent to foreign countries to
take charge of branches of the in-
stitution.
Actual classes in foreign languages,
credit, foreign exchange, and other
corresponding studies are taught at
'the bank and at the same time actual
experience in banking is gained by
working in all departments of the
bank under close supervision of of-
ficials.
During the apprenticeship in the
bank, a salary of $60 to $75 is paid
which is increased materially upon
completion of the course. Recom-
mendations are made every year by
Professor Sharfman of Michigan stu-
dents. Those sophomores who could
not be recommended this year will!
probably be chosen next year.
MONROE DOCTRINE AND JAP
EQUALITY CLAUSES OMITTED

W HAT'S GOING ON

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U-NOTICES BELIEVES AIRPLANE WILL BE
The Cosmopolltai club will meet at ABLE TO LAND IN ANN ARBOR
7:30 o'clock Friday night in room
205 University hall. (Continued from Page One)

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TODAY
3:30-Senior, Girls' Glee club enter-
tains Freshman Girls' Glee club at
Newberry residence.
4:00-Last Women's league party in
Barbour gymnasium.
4:00-"Inlander' 'tryouts in West hall.

All Varsity band men who have taxi'
bills from Chicago trip call E. F.
Merrill, phone number 344; Friday.
FACULTY MEN CONDUCT WORK
IN VACUUM TUBES RESEARCH

it pursued its course along the mar-
gin of the ice west of the city and
continued past Ferry field down the
broad valley to Saline and into the
Raisin river.
Planes May Land Here

TECHNIC DESIRES DATA
An obituary of all Michigan
engineers whose deaths occurred
while in the service will be pub-
lished in the next issue of the
Technic. As an aid in the com-
piling of this data, students hav-
ing any information on the sub-
ject will please communicate
with the Technic staff at their
office in the Engineering build-
ing.

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4:15-Arne Fisher will talk on the Prof. N. H. Williams of the physics "Were it not for the buildings and
"Theory of Probability," 205 Mason department and Mr. E. J. Martin, for- the numerous trees, the campus plain
hall. merly of the Signal Corps of the Unit- of "Glacial Outwash" would be an
7 :30-Jesse S. Reeves lectures on thei ed States army, are doing special re- admirable place for airplanes. Some1
'Nature of International Law," 205 search work in the use of vacuum suitable place free from trees can per-
University hall. tubes in radial communication. haps be found upon the flood plain
7:30-Debate between Saginaw High The results of this work will be of the present Huron river or on the
and Ann Arbor High in High School Used by Professor Williams in a lec- bed of the ancient Huron at Ferry
auditorium. ture that he will give on the after- field, or in the plain surrounding it.
-~ ~noon of April 4 in the west lecture With a moderate amount of leveling,
TOMORROW room of the physics building before a suitable-place could perhaps be'
9:00-Women's league directors' spe- the Schoolmasters' club. found near the city upon the surface
cial meeting.
6:30-Homoeopathie faculty banquet Use the DOaiy to reach the students.
for students of department at Mich- Four thousand students read it every Martha Washington Candies fresh
igan Union. morning.-Adv. every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. -Ad.

DANCE AT YPSI
Next Saturday night, March 29, there
will be a dance at the Masonic Tem-
ple. "Ike" Fisher is sending one of
his best orchestras composed of "Bill"
O'Donnell, piano; "Tommy" Tompson,
banjorine; "Don" Rhodes, traps; "Sta"
Rhodes, violin; and "Ted" Rhodes,
saxaphone. These men played togetmi-
er at Lake Orion last summer. Danc-
ing 8:30 to 11:30, $1 per couple.-Adv.

(Continued from Page One)
"They were reported on Feb. 14,
and the world has had a full month in
which to discuss every future of the
draft covenant then submitted.
"During the last few days the com-
mission has been engaged in an effort
to take advantage of the criticisms
which the publication of the covenant
has fortunately drawn out. A com-
mittee of the commission has also had
the advantage of a conference with
representatives of the neutral states,
who are evidencing a very deep inter-
est and a practically unanimous de-
sire to align themselves with the
league.
New Co venant Completed
"A revised covenant is practically
finished. It is in the hands of a com-
mittee for the final protest of draft-
ing and will almost immediately be
presented a second time to the pub-
lic."

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Serice Alvays

SATURDAY
SPECIALS

Personal interest assures pleas-
ing service. Our sales organiza-
tion is made up of individuals
who constantly endeavor to
serve exactingly and gladly.

A regular weekly event. Some-
thing different each Saturday.

Stationery
Correct stationery expresses
taste and refinement, Paper of
the very highest quality and lat-
est design distinguish our sta-
tionery department. When bet-
ter papers are manufactured we
will offer them for your inspec-
tion.

Watchour Friday
ments. -

announce-

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Stationery Sale Extraordinary

IHurd's Medallion Vellum, Keith's Kraften Linen,

Armorial Linen,

Old Colony

Linen, in buff, white, blue and pink

To Be Sent Abroiad
e sophomores will spend three1
ths each summer until graduation

Regular prices 40c to 75c.

Saturday only 25c, 35c and 45c

ALL FRESH

STOCK,

SOME

YET UNPACKED

Service and Meats

Charles

W.

Successor to
Graham SHEEHAN & COMPANY

Unexpected guests cause no worries for our
customers. The have only to step to the
phone and give us their extra order, large or
small, and the meats will be delivered to their
hiome shortly.

p.

)ur customers appreeiate this se
vould you. Call us for our prices.

t rvice.

So

J. P. ESCHELBACH

East Huron St

Telephone 821

Stewards Attention
Do you buy Butterine for your table? If so,
it will pay you to investigate the quality of
our VEGEO MARGARINE.
We buy it direct from the factory. we sell
it to youat less than wholesale prices.
It is the best piece of goods we ever bought
Kyer & Whitker

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JARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR THE
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Cola.
You can't drink Coca-Cola without
being delighted. and refreshed.
The taste is the test of Coca-Cola quality-so
clearly distinguishes it from imitations that you
cannot be deceived.
Demand the genuine by full name
nicknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
A TLANTA, GA.

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