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January 09, 1920 - Image 6

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1,000 STUDENTS

THIS YEAR COMMITTEE FATORED

1ouncement

,.,

OF the shortage of help

e increasing volume

of our

s, we have" decided to shorten
en hours. Until further notice
close daily, except Saturday, at
m. On Saturdays, we will be
1t11 9:30 p. M.

I 400 Given Steady Work This Semester;
Average Pay 40 Cents Per
Hour
Handling more requests for student
employment than ever before, due to
taking over the Michigan Union em-
ployment service, the University Y.-
M. C. A,. has found work for nearly
{ 1000 applicants since' the beginning
of this semester. About 400 permanent
jobs that will last throughout the en-
tire school year were give# out since
SSeptember, while 700 were assigned,
t emporary jobs. The average length
of the employment is four hours a day,
_ and the average wage is 40 cent. an
hour.
During the holidays employment
was found for practically all appli-
Scants. Student holiday earnings in
SAnn Arbor are estimated by the em-
ployment officials at a total of be-
1 tween $650 and $700. The number of
male students who are partially orJ
wholly earning their way through col-
lege is estimated at about 1,500.
The number of applications for jobs
has exceeded slightly the number of
vacancies. Officials wrote to the De-
troit Y. M. C. A. about a month ago1
to secure week end jobs for students.
in Detroit, but reply was received that
= it is difficult to place students there.
= Dr. A. S. Wrthin Spoke in Portland
5 -Dr. Aldred S. Warthin went to Port-
: land, Oregon, during Christmas vaca-
tion upbn the invitation of the Port-
land Academy of Medicine to deliver
their annual address on the evening
x of Jan. 5. Dr. Warthin also gave two
or three talks on "Autopsy Technic"
while on the trip. He is expected to
return to Ann Arbor in a few days.

To Keep Men Eligible ing's studio.
The committee is going ahead with
plans to help men keep eligible. It has -Sections 689 and 590 'of U. S. A.
obtained the names of those athletes hl aqe nUin
who will be. wanted for the spring 6:45 Menorah society board of direct-
teams, and in co-operation with the ors meets in Lane hall.
Athletic association, is .planning to 7:15--Alpha Nu tryouts for Mid-West-
do everything it can to help them pass emn debate in University hall. /
the Kforthcoming examinations. A sys- 7:30 - Baptist guild sleigh ride.
tem ;of volunteer student tutoring is Couples only.
being worked out. 7 30--Polonia Literary circle meets in
: The committee will meet again Sat- Lane hall.
urday, and the fraternity secretaries 7:30-Bayonne club meets In room 306
will meet again the first of next week of Union.
to hand in their lists of names. 7 :30-Chinese Students' club holds
business meeting in Lane hall.
PROF. W. F. LOMBARD AGAIN j7:45-Methodist social'in church.
HEADS PHYSIOLOGY SOCIETY 9:00~-Rounid-Up elub's annual pre-
exam dance in the Union annex.

(Continued from Rage One)
wanted. It is not necessary that they
be stars, for past performances have
shown that many of the best college
athletes were not stars in prep
school.

.W arrangement will, We feel,
us to give still better service
trons. We are sure that any

IWHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
12:00-Pi Delta Epsilon luncheon at
Union.
12:300himes starf picture 7or the Mich-
iganensian will be taken at Sped-

11 :00-Senior engine4
room 348 Engineerb
7:30-Varsity Mando
in .University Hall.

Lg assembly in
building.
club practce

John P.
ality and

arising

therefrom will

Prof. Warren P. Lombard of the
Physiology department, was re-elect-
ed president of the American Physio-
logical society at . its convention in
Cincinnati during the Christmas hol-1
idays.
The subject of a paper he read was
"The Duration of the Systole of the
WIuman Heart."
ALPHA NUl TO HOLD, TRYOUTS
FOR MID-WESTERN DEBATE.
Annual tryouts to determine the
representatives of the Alpha Nu de-
bating society In the Mid-West debate,
will be held at 7:15 o'clock Friday
evening on the fourth floor of Uni-
versity hall.

SATURDAY
11:34'-Men's Educational club has
Michiganensian picture taken at
Spedding's studio.
1:00-Pi Delta Epsilon group picture
will be taken at Randall's studio.
1:30-Sigma Delta Chi i*s Michigan-
ensian picture taken at .Randall's
studio.
2:30-CathlIle Students' club hold
dance in old Union. Admission bye
card.,
7:30-All delegates to the Des Moines
convention meet. in Lane hall.
8:00-Stefansson speaks under aus.
pices of Orato ical association. Ad-
mission 50 cents.
8 :00-UnItarian guild holds party in
Guild hall.

U-NOTICES
P1 Delta Epsilon's goup picture will
be taken at 1 o'clock Saturday aft-
ernoon at Randall's studio instead
of at 12 o'clock today, as previously
announced.
Representatives from each of the tol-
lowing organizations are requested
to identify members in group photo-
graphs at the Michiganensian offices
immediately: Girls' Cosmopolitan
club; Girls' Glee club; Mortar-~
board; Senior society; Japanese
club; Phylon; Kappa Sigma; Gam-
ma Phi Beta; Delta~ Delta Delta,
and; Kappa Alpha Thkta.
The entire editorial and business
staffs of the Michigan Chimes have
Michiganensian picture taken at
12:30 o'clock Friday noon at Sped-
ding's studio on Liberty street.
NE W CASTLE ALUMNI HOLD
MEETING DURING VACATION
Alumni of the University held a
meeting during Christmas vacation at
New Castle, Pa., with James K. Pol-
lock, '20, acting as toastmaster. Prof.
John L. Brumm'was one of the. speak-
ers of the evening.
Limits Cost of Fraternity Houses
No fraternity or sorority house at
the University of Washington can cost
more than $45,000 in the future, ac-
cording to the building limit set by
the board of regents.

nced by our

increased

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NO OIDSvAND ENDS TO OFFER YOU

Mirs. M. . Aiat
&1fio East WOUR=a

ONLY NEW STYLES
IN THE FINEST
FITFORM BRAND
U's.

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It Pays
I/ to Pay
Cash at
Corbett's

We close at 6:30 p. m.

A

Ind,

and satisfactor
to every custom-
e acbount be large

Bank

Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St'

>r. Main & Huron
Uu-ersit- Ave.

1.

verco$
We have been selling at the low-
est possible prices all the year
and giving a discount at the time
when you want the clothes the
most. We did not mark prices
up so we could make a cut now.
The best we can do is to continue
giving a

;I

RDO STRACCIARI1 BARITONE
AAC VANGROVE,-PIANIST

Spring
Styles
in Suits
and
Overcoats
Are Now
, Ready

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--I .

Thursday" Jafn. 15th

PROGRAM

Reduction of 10 per cent

-"Oh, casto fior mi sospir," from "Re d'Lahore' ......Massenet
16 sera (Si'adows of Evening).....................Mililotti
icino (only smile, I will ask nothing more) ...... .Salvator Rosa
......... .. .... ......... .... ...... sti
"0 de' verd' anni miei," from "Ernani" ........Verdi
[eapolitan Songs:
anella Mia.. ...................................Valente
nto per'me ....................................deCurtis
loma .... ..............................Yradier
ux lien ........................,...........Alfred )pelbruck
ur Suzon .......... ..............................Delibes
of You .....................................Frank Waller
"Largo al factotum," from "Barbiere di Siviglia".......Rossini

But-Go and inspect the few Suits and Overcoats offered at an y of the sales then come here,- inspect
quality of the woolen fabrics and then compare our prices with the other's "Sale Prices" and you will see1
other seasons of the year that we give you the best vhlues for your money.

the styles, note the high
that now as well as at all

Big Shipment of Overcoats
just received. If you want an Overcoat you should see this lot for they are the finest to be found in the eity and our discount
prices save you several dollars.

TOM

C ORBETT

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: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00; COURSE TICKETS (including con-
Hofmann, the Detroit Symphony, and $3.00 May Festival
$5.00, $5.50, $6.00.

Walk a Few Steps and Save Dollars-I 16 EAST LIBERTY STREET-Between Main Street an4 Fourth Avenue

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Every Friday and Saturday Night.
Fisher's Very Best. Tickets at Graham's
and Fisher's. Dancing Friday 9 to 1. Sat.
9 to12

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