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December 17, 1919 - Image 4

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Positions OpenI
At the appointment bureau they are
getting in more applications for teach-
fers to begin work at the beginning of
next semester than they can fill. This
is always the case at the first of each
school year, it was stated./
/Frequently it is exceedingly hard to
find a student or experienced teacher
to fill just the position desirepd. For
instance, calli comes in for a man to
teach. history, economics and Cakle
char'ge of athletics, possibly they have
someone who can do one or two of
these things but not all three. There
has always been a plurality of wom-
en teachers records show, and this,
~has ,risen greatly since the war, This
year 172 women have enrolled wit~h
them and only 42 men.
Pictures are coming in froml pro-
spective teachers to be sent ~to ~the
emnploying bodies of the schools. The
picture, is attached to th~e other data
about the teacher and the whole re-

other more personal matters such as
religious convictions and age and a
report of whaat his teachers anid form-
er employers think of him and his
work..j
BOAXRD OF R~EGENTS~ COMMITTEE l
DISCUSS $ALAR~i CHIANGES
P~roposed changes in salaries of the;
University faculty were discussed at a
meeting of the special Board of Re-
gents committee on salaries Tuesday;
afternoon. The committee consists
of Regents Leland, Murfin, and Saw-
yer, and President Harry 'B. Hutchins,
ex-officio.7
Matters, brought'up at the last meet-
ing and referred to the commit~tee were,
considered, and the finding of the comn-
mittee will be announced at the Boardf
of Regents meeting Friday.
Special sale of fan~cy box? stationeryE
and Christmas cards, 0. D. Morrill,!
17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

"Dolls" Tuesdazy.
Five hundred children saw "$Dolls"
presented Tuesday afternoon. Masquesl
and the Women's league repeated the
play for the benefit of the children
of faculty members, children fr'om 1the
University hospitals, and about 150
from the Sewing circle and Girl IRe-'
serves of the city Y. W. C. A.
The smaller' ones climbed down from
their seats and stood on'tiptoe. They
all expressed lou~d appreciation. of the
doll house, and dolls, particularly of
the baby doll with "real buttons and
button holes." When 'the dolls were
impersonated in the second scene,
they exclaimed, "Great big dolls?"
IMartha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's, 1171 S. Mafnl St.
-Adv.
EFine line of 3M and Numeral pipes at.
CUSH ING'S RHARMACY.-Ady.
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Sou and as soon- as you~ retumrn leave
it with us to be Cleaned, Bleached
and Rebloclted. There is a reason-
all. Panamna Eats left with us up to
Janf. 16th will be done at last season's
price's; after that date the price will
be -advanced on account of the tre-

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dealer is comtplete- assurance that
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