THE MTCHTCAN DAILY mm
Party Sipper s
We are showing an extensive line of
ladies' dress slippers in back satin,
suede, or kid, in plain or beaded ef-
fects with baby or Junior Louis heels
108 SOUTH MAIN STREET
11111111111111111111111111111111111111liii 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 l Iiil 1
Some of you are thinking of a Diamond purchase
during the coming month.
Better come down and lok over our wonderful
assortment of stones.
- Our Diamonds have Maximum Brilliancy. -
Our Prices are lower than others charge.c
Value alone must sell our Diamonds.
Comparison alone will prove our values.
Our business grows every year because our values
No obligation is incurred when you look.
And the mountings we show are the very choicest.
We can give you a Beautiful Ring at most any price
tnolb & Company .
Jewelers Main Street
Say Auto Makers
"Education should be made more
practical," - was the consensus of
opinion at the luncheon of the Hudson
Motor company, Monday, according to
Prof. A. E. White, director of the de-
partment of engineering research, In
an interview last week.
"t is regretted that so many young
nen enter industry to become execu-
tives in the twinkling of an eye.
They should have been instructed in!
matters of administration, in produc-
ticn methods, economics, and contract
law, as well as in technical engineer-
ing details. It is unwise to encourage
specialization, because a very small
percentage of the men remain in the
line of work entered in college."
"Mr. Herbert H. Rice, of the General
Motors corporation, stated that he
thought college men were placed in
an embarassing position," continued
Professor White. "The average col-
lege man being a student, it takes
some time to get in proper relation
with the field.
"It was rather strongly pointed out
that the colleges must turn out
broader men-men who realize that
executives are made by months and
years of hard work. It was the under-
lying feeling that the men lacked in-
struction in the lines of work which
would teach them how to handle hu-
There will be a meeting for league
house presidents at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day, Nov. 9, in Sarah Caswell Angell
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at
home for ail University women from
3 to 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoons.
Indoor work in gymnasium classes
will start on Thursday, Nov. 10.
Uppc.rclassmen who have work in
gymnasium from last year to make up
must see Miss Wood before Wednes
day, Nov. 9, in order to arrange class-
Stylus will hold its regular meeting
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, Nov.
8. at the Chi Omega house.
All women who are interested in the
Commerce club will meet at 3 o'clock
Tuesday, room 101, Economics build-
ing, to nominate candidates for the
vice-presidency of the club.
(Continued on Page Seven)
Business Women Organize Club
Ann Arbor business women met Fri-
day night to complete the organization
of a club which will be known as the
Business and Professional Women's
club of Ann Arbor. The following
officers were elected: Mrs. C. B. Green,
president; Miss Honora M. Fogerty,
vice-president; Miss Bess L. Mc-
Louth, recording secretary; Miss
Katherine Murray, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Nora Bau, treasurer. The
club will meet on the second Tuesday
of each month.
Women To Open
Manicuring and hair waving parlors
will be opened at 8 o'clock Friday
morning in Barbour gymnasium, the
profits from which will be given to the
campaign committee of the University
of Michigan league.
Girls may make appointments by
calling Lurella Hollis,, 1287, or by,
signing up at the gymnasium. Office
hours -will be from 8 o'clock in the
morning until 6 o'clock at night every
day in the week. This time has been
divided among a group of girls who
have volunteered for the work and who
will receive instruction from a pro-
The plan is to extend the service to
marcelling, etc., as soon as sufficient
profits have been made to warrant the
purchase of equipment. The price of
a manicure will be 35c and that of
hair wave 25c.
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
Toe on a
that women are
interested in the
\ ~ I
The New Squared
115 S. MAIN ST.
In Engineering -
W TEN you come to apply for that
job let's hope the chief will say:
He's a hard worker-clean cut-well ed.
ucated-with a scientific bent-and he
knows his way 'round, because he smokes
The Cigarette Elect of All Nations"
Winners on! 6OV~ent
RememberthatMelachrino is a masterblend
of the finest Turkish Tobaccos as originated
by MiltiadesMelachrino. Egyptian ciarettes
are simply those that originated in Egypt.
But the tobacco is what you want to know
about-and if it's Melachrino-it's right.
A laugh, a thrill, a tear; one receives
all these in charming "JusT SUP-
THOSE OF NEW YORK SAID
It is a human document that makes
one long to see more of the same
you buy your shirts by pattern alone, you
will like these new tasteful, colorful, exclusive
patterns created by the Eagle designing staff.
If you buy shirts because of the fabric, you
will appreciate the novel advantage of having
the individual fabric name woven in the label as
a guide to future purchases.
If you buy for cut, you'll find this make snug
at the wrists and shoulders, where you want fit,
full in the body where you like comfort, long in
the skirt where you need anchorage.
When we demonstrate to you personally their
many points of superiority, you'll understand
why these shirts are preferred.
Two nights only commencing Friday, Nov. 11-12
Edward H. Robins
The Young Romantic Actor
Charming Comedy Romance of
Love - Youth - Laughter
A. E. Thomas
With the same great Cast and Production that
played the Henry Miller Theatre, New York,
for one whole year.
Buy Eagle Shirts by the fabric name in the label
---< - . .
J.F 2uertk C
"JUST SUPPOSE" is magnificent in
its simplicity. It brings a lump to
your throat; it gives many a thrill
and much laughter.-Times.
PRICES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
The popularity of JuST SupposE"
is due to the good material of its au-
thor. It is genuine and it is well
done.-Globe, Aug. 9.
MAIL ORDERS NOW