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T E MICTHIGAN DAILY.x . . ..a:.ar '..HIp

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Do You Ko

New "MKovie Czar" VETRNBUREAU HELPS
Fo ShoF Ilm STUDENTS TO POSITIONS,

'The purpose of the Model high
school?
What has yet to be completed on the
1,ospital?"
When ,ground was biroken for ,lie
new engineer~ng shops?
YESTERDAY'S A'NSVEI{S
The present mall is considered to,
be the space bet*een th~e Natural Sci-
ence and Chemistry buildings. The
walks which run in front of the build
ings start from the Iintersection of theI
diagonals, and the.se, In the s,.ric
sense of the word, constitute the maill
The future mall will. be a continua.
tion of the present one down Northj
Ingalls street, which will be closed, t(
East 1-u ron. University buildings ar,
I lanned to flank this walk" the entire
distance.
IThe adlditional taxes each person
pays for the upkeep of the University
is 82 cents a year. In 1921 a total or
$430,782,51 taxes were paid in thf
state., Of this $272,394,284 were federal
taxes, $68,411,081 local, $45,633.329 fnr
the mainitenanc'e of schools, $23,891,7771"
to the county, $20,452:380 to the state,
and $3,018,750 for the University.,(on.
a percentage basis this :s 63.2 per rent,
15.8 per cent, 10.5 per cent, 5.1' per
cent, 4.7 per cent andI 0.7 percent, re-
spoctively. Each person in the state
(paid $74.21 to the federal government,
$18.25 in local taxes, $12.33 for schools,
$6.46 to the county, and $5.52 to the
state. which includes the 82 ents for
the University.
iThe new, Physics building, the first
unit. of which is now under construc-
tion, will be of L-:,hatred dr-sign. Its
dimensions are 135 by 242 ff el.. The
most striking feature of the building iN
j the depth. It was necessary to exca-
vrane to a great depth to providf switici,
light and vibration proof rooms for
(elicate experimental work. 'there will
be adequate lecture and crass rxros
i 'th N department's work 'xvhilt-327
ns9 will he (levoted to researuh
.Sh:dent Musicians',
In Recital Today,

All of the 15 students graduated#
from the IUniversity last month wvic.
. >:. ..had been availing themselves of the
help of the Student Veteran Bureau
have secured positions at salaries ol
;:::": more than $200 a month according to a
report just issued by the local board
On'e former student is now the head oif:
a.S.Louis concern at $6,000 per year;
:r:: ? ;"~another is principal of a etroit
.r : school; while a third is head of a lie-
troit factory at $3500 a year.
More than $500,000,000 is spent an-
:.::... r;nually by the government in trainin j{
incapacitatedi war veterans in various
trades and professionrs, according tc
Ithe Ann Arbor office.'Ti or x
tends over the entire country, about
$35,000 being allotted to the Ann Ar-
bor branch, which is maintaining 1731
studlents in the University.
The students are divided into twe
i classes, those in the first class re-
ceiving their tuition expenses and sup-
__________________________ plies, while those in the second class
---- receive, in addition to this, $100
Francis M. 1lugo, secretary of state month for single men and $135 forl
married men, with allowances for de
In Governor Smith's first cabinet h-as pendents.
just been appointed the "Will Hays of Most of these studlents were engag-
school films." With an advisory coin- o d in good positions before the war;
mitee f cei'yinn e wll ickfil~sbut, due to incapacitation, have been{
mitte o clrgymn h wil dik flmsforced linto other lines.
to be shown in churches and schoools-__ ______
of New York. Today Is E1313 Pay.

Anbss aj and Airs. C'yruis E. Woods
Cyrus E. Woods, United States pi: vcy to. Spain since 1921, is now enroute
to. Japian to take up iris new duties a s ambassador to that country, Alex-
ander d'. Moore, Pittsburg publisher, s ucccedls Wceods at Madrid.
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Michigan Dafly, Supplemient
To Students' Diectory

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Choose your lifeow.ork
amiong igmen
Every college graduate has ideals concerning
his future business career. There is one wise
choice open to you. This choice will not only be
a business of standing in itself but it will put you
in touch with every business and prove a gateway
to countless opportunities.
Scores of the highest ranking graduates of every
college are yearly entering the Insurance business.
They find in Insurance-1ire, Marine and Casualty
-- ideal surroundings, ideal conditions and ideal
business contacts.
The Insurance Company of North America is a
national,-historical institution-founded in 1792-
with over a century and a quarter of well earned
prestige.' Conservative policies, and dependable
service have been :responsible for the growth and
for the. constructive activities of the Company in
the development of the entire insurance profession.

Golden, Lewis Alexander, '25, 1030 11. - Hron. 1ihnd 1.rk.
1854-R.
Goodman, .1. W., '23E, 319 Thomps..~ Grand Rapids. 213>.;W.
Goodman, Marguerite J., '26, 708 S. State. Schcnectady, . .
1462'W.
Grohs, Edward M., '26L, 811 S. State. Cleveland, 0., 1184-R1.
Guerwsey, Klw ood D), '26E, 1220 So. University. Ogden, Utah.
- 3193-5.
Gutc103, Alton, '26;,332 E. Madison. East Homer. N. Y. 1548-w.!
Guttman, Max, '26L, 706 Oakland. Omiaha, Neb. 72-J.
fIlager; R. John, G rad., 901- E. Washington. Holland. 2129-W.
Hartson-, Earl C., '24, 530 S. Division.. Port Huron.. 1203-R1.
flathaway, H4. W., '241L, 803 S. State. P~aw Paw. 1680-11.
Ilawkzinbon, Roy E., '26L~, 337 E. Jefferson. South Bend, Inc.
811-W.!

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jAdvanced students, of the SchcW Io"
Music will be heard in recital at 4:1
o'clock this afternoon in 11111 auditor,
ium,; their concert replacing the cus-
tomary Twilight Organ recital. Thew
following program is announced:
Samson et Dalila-Printenips qui com-
mence ............ Saint-Saenfi
The lDanza ................Chadwick
Doris Howe
The Last Song.............. Roger,.

Hetllnuth, Eryma, '24, 1016 Forest. Bay City. 1283. #HIerodiade-Vision Fugitive .Massenet
Herd, Warden, '26E, 415 Hamilton. Pittsburg, Pa. 196-M. Thomas Dewey
Hlershdor fer, Leo J., '23,94 S. State. Blooimfieldl,,1~. J.2301-W. M'arriage of Figaro-Voi the sapetc
S.Mozart
Iiliuser, G. S., '24E, 212 N. 74th. Ann arbor. 3260J. SogofteHbe Madn. ..
Holland', Thlong., W., Grad., 430 Packard. Big Rapidsxioussorgsky"
Hogg, Hazel E., '25.. Betsey, Barbour Bldg. Big Rapids. 3237.1 Sunlight.............:..:......Ware

Insurance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA,
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
awrite practically every form of insurance~ except life.

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Hovey, L. J., 126, 1217 Willard. Preshio, N. Y. 2878-J.
" owaxid, Caroline E., '26, 536 Elm. Youngstown, 0. 409-W.
Hursley, 'rank McChl1, '24, 714 S. State. Detroit. 1257-W.
Jagrowski, L., '25K, 632 Church. iDetroit. 1226-W.
Jameson, Walter M., '2q,'-311 Thompson. Ada, 0. 1198-J.
Johnsbn,"Edward F., '25L4, 326 Thompson. Wahoo, Neb. 192pl)J.
Johnson, Oscar A., '26, 735. Haven. Derr Moines, Ia. 1158-J.
Jones, Edlward T:, '25D7, 608 E. 1-ill, Iron Mountain.'
Joseph,. Margaret, '23IKd, 414 S. lDivision. Grayling. 239-J.
Kan~,Dorothy, '26, 407 Hamilton. D~etrot. 1443-M.
'Kao, C. Y., '24E, 114 N. Ingalls.,rTientsin, China. 855-..
Kipp, G. F., '25F, 523 Packard. Brons~on. 2866-M.
Kirschner, E. A.,"'25, 210 N. State. Peebles, 0. 751-W.j
Klein, Leonore, '25, 1020 S. University. Mu'ikegon. 904-11.
Kohler, Robert F., '26K, 804 Monroe. New York, N. Y. 1114-M.
K~reinheder, Arthur C., '26L, 428 Hamilton. Detroit. 2545-M.
Krell, Benjamin, '23E, 614 Monroe. D)etroit.
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' ~ Esther Hollan'ls
SHlora Novissima-People Victorious..
... . . . . . . . . .Parker
The Last'Hour.............Kramer
I Hleard a Lark Sing .......... Glenn
Die Allmacht............... Schuber'
Miss Howe
Red, Red; Rose ............. Cottenet
('here Nuit B-achelet .......... Procd'
'Theme and Variations......... Procl,
Miss Hollands'
SHear Me, Ye Winds and Waves.:.
... .. . .. . .. . an d e,
D)er Wanderer .............. 5chubert
In A Persian Garden-Myself When
Young .............Lehmann
Mr. Dewey
Accompaniments by Irene Finlay
and. Max Ewingj
! Prof. It. It. Derrick Speaks on 0hi1ad
Prof. H. B. Merrick, of the geodesys
andl surveying department, spoke on
"Snapshots in China," yesterday. at
the Chamber of Commerce luncheon in
the Chamber of Commerce inn. Pro-I
fessor Meirick spent four years in
IChina, first as assistant engineer of
the grand canal improvement board
and later as engineer in charge of sur-.
,teys under the Chile commission.

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FR ANK

___________ DTROIT, MICH.,

An

Exhibition

of

for

Young

Lang, Josephine, '24, 1222 Washtenaw., Denver, (Colo. 8S
ILaPlantz, Marion F., '25, 510 K. Jefferson. Genoa, 0. 23
LaRowe, Philip E., '251L, 643 Oakland. Maywood, Ill. 24i
Lasley, K. D., '26E, 826 Tappan. Toledo, 0. 1454.
Layman, Reuel b., '26E, 2025 Hill. D~owagiac. 1327-J.
Levy, Jacob, '25, 939 Greenwood. Youngstown, 0. 2563-J.
(To be continued tomorrow)

85-W.
,77-d.
M1-WX.

Suits,

Topcoats,

Today is "'I" Day.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

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Positions Open
ToEntomnologists
Competitive examinations, for jun
for entomologist nave .been announced
by the United' States Civil servicc
Comii~on for April 4. Vacancies ir
the bureau of entomology, department
of agriculture, for duty in Washing-
ton, D. C.,. or- in the field 'at salaries
which range from' $1,440 to $1,800 2:
year, depending on the qualifications
of the appointee, will be filled frem
this examination.
All citizens ;of the United State;
who have graduated with a degree
frzm a -college or university of re-
ognized standing and who have taken
some special work in entomology arc:
considered eligible for examination
Candidates will be judged on practic-
al questions in entomology, a thesis
(to be delivered to examiner on thec
day of examination), training, educa-
tion, and experience.. Applicants must
not have reached their fortieth 1)irtb-
day before the date of examination
Appointees whose services are satis-
factory may be allowed the increase;
granted by Congress of $20 a month.

Here's the Latest
Brunswick Record
Porcelain a Maid
Fox Trot
journey's End
Fox Trot
Arnold Johnson and His
Orchestra
The Stoflet P hono Shops
Nickels' A rcade and

Your presence at this
Exhibition is especially t
requested.
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