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IJATE ENGINEERS

EX-SOLDIEES <AID N1EEDI

TODAY ONLY

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"A\ FA'VOR TO
A FRIEND"~

F roteccion of graduate engineers
and architects «a an.;t "shysters" who
j Oso a3 traLin ad imen will be accoin-
pished bytUbe new law regarding reg-
isiration and licensing of engineers,
architects and surveyors, according to
Prof. Emril Lorch, head of the archi-
,4ectural college.
This act, which was passed by thie
state legislature to take effect last
A ugust, was drafted b~y representa-
tives of three state technical societies
in the professions affected by its pro-s
visions. Mr. Gardner S. Williams,
formerly of the civil enginieering de-
partment, represented the engineers,
Prof. Clarence T. Johnston, of the sur-
veying department the survreyors,
while Prof. Emil Lorch acted for the
"The standard of the profession will,
be greatly imnproved by this law, as It,
requires a rigid examination before a
license to practice is granted," said
Professor Lorch. "Before applying
for examination, the applicant must
have had at least six years of educa-,
tion and experience combilied."
Many so-called enginheering schools
which are really no more, than trade-
schools will be forced 'to' increase
their requirements for a degree, ac-
cording to Professor Lorch ,for their
graduates w,,ill be unable to pas4, the
examin~ations unless this is done,
.1 ark-1g'e of Hirele3 11111 Anunedj
Announcement has bean made of the
marriage of Miss Margaret Johnston
and Henley Hill, '17, which occurred
on Aug. 12, in New York. WVhile in
the U~niversity, Hill was night editor
on The Daily. He wa:s a member' of
Gamma Eta Gamma and Pi Delta
Epsilon fraternities. Mr. and Mrs.
Hill are at home at 709 West 169th'
street, New York city.

Students w;ho hiave sen niil-
itary service are re,_qiie.tedw by
COl. John P. Lucas, protessoGr of
military-science andt tactics, to
aid ini assembolin-, and marchiing
classes over to Convocatioa next
Friday. Colonel Lucas is 11
charge of the assembling pro-
gram and will need th~e services
of a number o-. faculty ' nern-
bers and _students capable of
handling men. 'Those who are
wvilling to volunteer are reiquest-
ed to report' at his office, before
Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, room
'239. -Engiaeerinrg buildinag.

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Upper Room Bible Class tonight at 444
South State.-Adv.

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Snapped heiress who
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THE. MAJES lC
DorgOty Dalton appears in "The
Lady of Rted Bu -tte" for the lust tin~es
today at the Majestic. Th~e story deals
with a young tho logical 'student who'
denientqd by over~work, wanders :about
the couhtry oblivious o1 his actions,
until he strikes a western mining
camp. H-1ere he meets a' girl who is
the owner of the faro hall in the
town. Although she adopts four home-
less children, tl t stuldent calls upo;n
God to curse her for what he, in hip
unbal~nced con4itions, believes iWnr to
be. Love, intrigue and 'self-sacrificet
are portrayed in the course of the
story which culminates in the s tu-
dent's recovery and .heroic restitution
for the havoc he had wrought:

Ana unusually big year is anticipat-
ed by the Cercle Francais, the honor-
ary French,- society of the qampus.
The overwhelming number :ofl uppgr-
jclassmen, taking advanced French
courses and the increased enrollment
in all French classes, show a marked
increase in the number- interested ini
,the La nguage.
Ex-Soldliers know Lnguage3
This is attributed: chiefly to the
nu-mber of returned soldiers who have
picked up more or less of the speech
while in France, and the Cercle this~
year plans increasing its customary
membership of 35 to 50 1 norder t
permit the election of those who can
till the requirements.
A large associate mem~bership is al-
so looked forward to and this will
make possible a more elaborate pro-
g amn than has ever before been at-
tempted. 'This will Include ,a number
of lectures by both local' and outside;
speakers, a grand all-French. enter-
tainment, and the annual French play.
Work to Be Outlined "Tuesday
The Cercle Francais will hold its
opening meeting at 7:30° Tuesday
evening in 'its rooms in. University
hall. Invitations have, been issued
to the French faculty and addresses'
will be given by seevral professors.
The remainder of the meeting 'will be
taken up by outlining the year's pro-
grami.
The officers for the current season.
r re president, Lawrence Seizer, '204;
vice-president, Kathryn Class, '20;
secretary, Nora Wilsoni '21; treasurer,
Lee Woodruff, '21; faculty' director,
:tr. Everett 'Hackes.

PIPES
The Largest Stock in the City. Came
In and See Them.
City Cigar Store
jALARM CLOCKS
Guaranteed. Try One
J. L. Chapman. Jew, ler
11)3 3outh Main Srr, et
Cotjrteo Usa ud 'i -at 1'URrtt
'1'k --A'I'M I INT ti;(ver) custo
e~r, whothorer ru o'tilhe Iargi-
ITe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
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Shows at 3:0;7Pones7;O
Theatre, 266-M 'Mgr's
Sat-ii-E~mmy Wehlen in'
a 'Friend;" Cartoon,
'Shirt" and Scenic.~
Sun-M~on. 12-Id-3&rt Lyt,
bardi, Ltd."; Christie C,
bcdy s kWidow," and 352
(Special songs and music
er's jazz Band), 30c.

- For -
FRIESH FRUIT SUNDAES
FRESH-FRUIT SODAS
HOME: MADE CANDIES
Fresh Daily
HOT CHOCOLATE
'Visit the
The Sugar Bowl
109 S. M1AIN STREET

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BY COSM O HA MLtl
LAST TIMES TO
Dorothy Da
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'"The Lady
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THlE ARCADE

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FURN*ISHIINGS
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Hats
Caps:
Shirts
etc.

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ilversary of the Arcade
'US CELEBRATE
songs and music by
HIEM'S JAZZ BAND1

VARSITY
TOGGERY sHOP'
1107 S. University Ave'

E'my, Wehien in "A Favor to, a
Friend;," a breezy comedy-drama,,, full
of delighitful situations will be shown
^t the Arcade today. To escape her
gutardlian MLiss Wehien allow s hersljf
to be kidnapped\ by a'likeable young
fallov. As she tries to extricate her-
self fr omI the embarrrassing predica-
mtenit she lfind, herself in, many enter-
taiining situations arise. By, realizing
onits farcial valuses, John .Ince the
director, ha-, made the most of the op-,
portunities offered by the rnelodvram-
atic vein in the story.
Tomiorrow acid Monday the ANrcade
will celebrate its fifth anniversar~y.
"Lombardi, Ltd.," featuring Bert Ly-
tll will be shown and special songs
and music will be furnished by. Ike
YFish er's :iazz band.
TO 'AID O,\'UNION COMM1)1ITTE ES
IUnderclassmen. are urged to work
oil Un i0ocmmittees by President
Carl H-ogan. '20,. in order that theyr
may be in line for the m sore impar-
tant posiciens during their last two
yea's., Men who come- out during
their first "two years are given chanc"-
,es to show their ability for better
places. /
More. than 3,000 men are needed-to"
work on various commit~ees, at the
Union this year, and any "interested
are urged to hand-in their nam'e to
President Hogan or, to George F.
Harley, general manager. Upper-
classmen are also needed for work.
The" Upper Room, Bible, Class meets
tonight at' 7 o'clock. It is for all
"Michigan" men, and it jut - lasts an
W'OR SALE
FOR SALE-Handsomely embroidered
navy-tricotine dress, size 38, and pair
patent kid boots 'with satin tops,
size 6AA. Never been worn. En-
quire White Elephant Shop, Nickels
Arcade.
FOR SALE--Girls' bicycle almost new.
Price reasonable. Phone 2600.
MISCELLANEOUS
INEXPENSIVE room-z-With -bath, in
private family where student girl
may earn part of room rent by light
housework. Call the office, of Dean
of Women.

Prof. A. F.' Greiner of thq mechan-
ical engineering department, has been
,;ranted a letive of absence of one year
in order that he may go to Europe to
look after property interests and study
conditions i war-stricken countries.
Owing t o the great lack} of labora-
tory alcco~mmodation for physics class-
e , ni ht s'ctfiors from 7 to 9 o'clock.
'lave been: established. Over 80 stu-
dents were Enable to enter day sec-
tions even after dropping the names
of those who had not paid their fees;
Poor attendance caused the .post-
ponenient of the sophomore class meet-
ing. scheduled for Wednesday eve-
ning.
Mr. K. WV. Lsgg has been appointed
instructor in mechanical eniginf-eing.
He is a graduate of Ohio State univer-
sity, coming to Michigan after six
years of engineering practice, four of
which, were with the. Packard Motor
Car company of Detroit.
Coningsby Dawson Lectures Nov. :
The lectures by Coningsby Dawson,
first of the series given here under
Ithe auspices of the Oratorical asso-
ciation, will b6 held Nov. 5 in Hill
auditoarium.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN ENROLL IN
DANCING CLASS
Over fifty men have enrolled in the
dancing class for beginners, which
starts, Tuesday~ at 7 p. in., in the Old
Union dance hail; the number of wom-
en enrolled is not yet that large, prob-
ably because many do not knowits
open to. University women.
The dancing classes to be held in
the Old Unilon this year are, sanction-
ed by Dean Jordan and are exclusive-
ly for college men and women. Those
wishing to join the class, may do so
'by calling 1666-J.--Adv.'
The Michiganl Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50,
a year.-Adv.
Have you. subscribed for the Daily?.

2:00. 3:30, 7:00, 8:3C
Sat. 11I-Warren Kerr'gan
Man's Chiance" with a
Sureen Magaizne.\
Sun-MAon, 12-13-All-Start
Times," a .GComedy Dri
Lloyd Comed~y and Colore
Tues-Wed. 141-15-Mlary Mi
"Yvonne from Paris," wit
Comedy and KinogramV
Also Vaudeville.
Thu rsri. 16-17-'Taylcr Ho
side Dawn," with a two'
AI1so Vaudeville.
ORPHEUM THI
Sat. 11---Shirley Mason in"
Girl,," with a News and
Sun-Monm. 12- 13-June Elvic
and th:e Woman," witha
by 'and Mutt & Jeff Carto
Merry-Go-Rfou~nd," with
W ,stern.
Thurs-Fri. l16-17 - borothy
"The Heart of Humani
New, and Comedy.' (Ret
Sat. V --"The Turn in the
roeI Special, returned, byr
News and Comedy.

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Added Attr'actions
Picking After' Pizza T AGH OD
Mak-estic Orchestria

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FOR RENT
RENT - Beautiful large 'front
)n, first floor, furnished for two,
"ee or four students, $6.00 per'
ek., Small, double room, third
r, furnished for one or two stu-
its, $3.00. Two single beds in
ble rooms with other students,
50 for one on second floor and
00 for one on third floor. Ten
cent discount for rent three
nthis in advance. Steam heat,
ctric lights, hot water. 303. E.
n St. Phone 1013-W.
RENT-Suite, two front rooms
I sleeping porch in completely
3 sleping porch in completely
dern hous . 1828 Viniewood Blvd.
one 1881-ft
'REINT-'-A large room for two"
dents, One block south of cam-
3. 705 Oakland' Ave, Phone
0-R.
LOST AND FOUND
r'--Fairly large brown English
LI dog without collar. Notify Al-
Et D~elta Phi house. Phone 18.
r--Insurance Rate Book near
ntal 'Bldg. Finder please notify
E. Washington. Phone 866.

! WANTED
WANTE~D-Colored woman, for. sec-
ond cook in fraternity. Room,
board and wages. More profitable
than day work. 'Qall 343 and ask
for steward.
WANTED-By two 'students, experienc-
ed in wiring, installing fixtures,
electrical apparatus, and .telephones,
work in the above line. Box VC,
Daily.
WANTED - Experienced automobile
salesman to work on commission
during spaxre hours. Phone 686.
LOST AN) FOUND
LOST-On Jefferson between 5th Ave.
and Thompson or on. East' side of
Thompson between Jefferson and
William, -an open faced watch. in-
itials J. W. Finder please call
839-J or notify 515 S. 5th.Ave. and
receive reward.
LOST-In Engineerin~g Bldg,1k. & E.
Log Log Slide Rule. Finder please
call or return to C. E. Bottum.
Phonie 1399.
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch ^ at
School of Music or in South lEast
part of city. 402 lE. Jefferson and
get reward.

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For Sclhool Year

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Stff let's Newns Stand.
110 -East 'Washington,
We'll Meet or Beat any Offer Made

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