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October 13, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ILEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
ir State and Packard Streets

Dr. George E. Mickle
- OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint
ment Telephone 2528
Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.
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HARD TIMES PRESENT PROBLEM
TO STUDENTS; MANY SEEK JOBS

UNIVERSITY POWER HOUSE
HAS WINTER COAL SUPPLY
Sufficient coal was laid in over the
summer by the University power house

to meet the demands of the University
for the entire winter. The maximum
amount of coal that may be used will
not exceed 20,000 tons. The power
house has 15,000 tons on hand at the
present time.

Thousand Apply for Positions;
Five Hundred Last
Year

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SHORTAGE IN ATTENDANCE
ATTRIBUTED TO FINANCES
National business conditions have
in general considerably decreased the
amount of money available to stu-
dents at the University, and has had
a direct effect upon the attendance in
the opinion of officers connected with
the welfare of students.
More students are working their way
through school this year than ever
befo.re, according to data from Uni-
versity employment bureaus. Joseph
A. Bursley, Dean of Students who this
summer took over the employment
service formerly managed by the Stu-
dent Christian association, states that
of approximately 1000 applications for
employment this fall, three-fourths
have been filled; while the 1920-1921
S. C. A. report shows 537 permanent
positions isupplied. While all stu-
dents needing employment last year
were placed. Dean Bursley's files show
100 students, at present needing per-
manent jobs, "No men will be com-
pelled to leave school on account of
lack of )work," according to Dean
Bursley." Permanent room and board
positions are hard to find, but plenty
of work is available in the form of odd]
jobs."
R. A. Campbell, treasurer of the Uni-
versity, states that there is a larger
demand for loans from the University
than ever bgfore. "The University
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loan funds are almost depleted," says
Mr. Campbell. Students have less
ready money than usual, according to
Mr. Campbell, averaging perhaps $150
dollars in funds available at the open-
ing of the semester instead of almost
$300.
Carl A. Braun, vice-president of the
Ann Arbor Savings bank, states that
so far as he can judge, students have
not as much money to spend, general-
ly speaking, as in former years.
Though the present freshman class
in the engineering college is smaller
than either of- the two immediately
preceding it, Professor John C. Park-
er of the electrical engineering depart-
ment expects as many men to graduate
in 1925 as in '23 or '24. "The number
of students entering the school two
years ago was abnormally large due
to post-war conditions, but while num-
erically the succeeding classes have
decreased, I find the general quality
of the entering students higher," says
Professor Parker. "Last spring all
the graduates of the electrical engine-
ering department were placed except-
ing six who suffered special handicaps,
and in four years' with a return to
normalcy we will find a decided nation-
wide lack of technical men due to
small enrollments this year."
According to Professor William
Butts, assistant dean of the Engine-
ering school, more than one-half of
the 100 who were admitted to the
school this fall and failed to register
gave financial difficulties as their
reason for not entering.
President Emeritus Harry B. Hutch-
ins, who first affiliated with the fac-
ulty of the University in 1872, states
that heretofore, in his opinion, busi-
ness depression by making employ-
ment scarce ahs tended to increase
the University enrollment. "It should
be borne in mind, however, that usual-
ly depressions are of a sporadic na-
ture, rather than general as at pres-
ent," says Doctor Hutchins. "It is
fortunate, in my opinion, that there
is no large increase in.attendance at
the University of Michigan, in view of
of the present lack of facilities."

308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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ELECTRICAL GOODS

FOR ELECTRICAL GOODS - COME TO SCHUMACHER'S
where you will find everything in the electrical line

ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC

CURLING IRONS
TABLE LAMPS
FLOOR LAPS
HEATERS
GRILLS
EGG BOILERS
DISH WASHERS
IRONS,-

ELECTRIC URNS
ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCO-
LATORS
ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ELECTRIC CHAFING DISHES
ELECTRIC CORN POPPERS
ELECTRIC IRONERS

SCTREMACER NARDIWAR[ COMPAN
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHERS-HOOVER ELECTRIC CLEANERS

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OUT OF THE HIGH RENT
Same Style -Same

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Most of the Time-
That's why your clothes
should retain their style
and fit perfectly. i(~ You'll
like ZISfrm tailoring-indivi-
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MICHIGAN REPRESENTED AT
PENN STATE INSTALLATION
Prof. A. E. White, head of engine-
ering research in the.chemistry de-
partment, left yesterday afternoon for
Pennsylvania where he will repre-
sent the University of Michigan at the
installation of Dr. Thomas as new
president of Pennsylvania State uni-
versity. Professor White will also
address Octobesr 18, thIngineering
society of Western Pennsylvania on
the nature of brass.

Prices- Less
CLOTHING FURNISHINGS
SHOES
H OUHAGEN
213-2 15 SOUTH ASHLEY STREET

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