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cnservative estimnates M o n dl a yll
ed the num~ber of. students search- -
for jobs, by which they can sup- I,
tthemselves, at between 1.200 andti!
0. Flocking to Ann Arbor undera
aliluremnent of the caption, Mci
at Poor Man's C'ollege,"many have
te leer with buit $100 to $300 to'
thn through the entire year.
:h the inroads of tition and cost of
Mks, some have to look toward ini-
Blate employment for their coritinu--
in the University.
yrs. Mlary. L. Steward, employment
retary in the office of the d(ean of
dents, said yesterday, "The rudden
ulsh of. self-sumpprting sudcents has
mped the em~ploym~ent bureau.
re are fear more stuntst, than jobs
lunless some teapporary remedy
b e found, muany. o° them will he
ced to leave college 1before al egn 1.~Iaiwr tha
r have stated tha~t they aire en-
ly self-supporting."
Ithou(gh many have ;specializedl lines
work, most are seeking' to do any
d of work that will keep 'them
the University. The Union, to-
her with the larger boarding 'houses
1 afeterias, offer a arge nu.mber Of
den~ts~ employment. -Adding to theos
fraternity and sorority houses,
re thap S500 will be able to earn.
ir boaxrd. by waiting table, washing
lies; and -the like. Good muisicians,
dance oroelltiras a-re particularly
demand. It is said thGat enough'
e appliedI to form at least ive

Several changes have taken place
or are soon to take place in the loca-
tion of some of the campnlus fraterni-
tic., and sororities. During the sum-
mer the Dielta Kappa bEpsilon frater-
nity moved from its old house oil
State street to the new one at 1912
Geddes. Their old house has been
takena over by the Delta, Alpha. Ep-
silon fraternity.
T"he Z,.±a ]iota Tau fraternity has
changc(d its addIress f"romn 807 Southl
Statc strceectto 644 Taippan. The State
street h~ouse, is occupied by the Phi,
T'au f~raternity. The Xi Upsilon fra-'
terniiy will move' from its present
addtcss early -next semnester.
WHAT'S GIN G ON

So H, D0ANE TO HEAD
TAIE~CIIRGE O' LASSI-
JNG 1F. P..JORI)ANI

aband o 75 niece.s will be "a reality
'o,- the University this year, accord-
igto those in ch~arge. More than
100 men were presen% to try out for
'places.
Drurnnmcrs, and saxophonists pre-#
domiinated w«hile there was a notable
lack of those ,who played, the cornet
andl the clarinet.
Xreguilar practice is scheduled for
tonight at the same place. At that
t inae an opportunjity will be given
those who were not at the meeting
last night to try for a place.
BRSNTS TOIVEET- FRIDA Y
ioutino ijsiiess e'=cled dfor Coni-

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Gilbert H.L Doane, formerly assistant
librarian of the library of the Uni-
versity of Arizona, has been appointed
to succeed F. 'P. Jordan as head oi'
;the classif iation deffarlmnent of thde
MrPoanie, who is a gradluate of
2clgt unvers;ity and of the Newr
York State Library school, s said
'to be exceptionally well fitted for 0(-
Work, as hielhas held S,-erai inlar
positions in other institutions.
During the war, Mr. Doane served
as a federal librarian, and, in the last
year of the war, had complete charge
of the naval library at Newport, Rhode
Island.
Mir. Jordan, who tendered his res-
ignation last June, has been a mem-
ber of the library staff since 1887.

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Today
Screen
# Wuerth-Colleen Moore in "The
Wall Flower."
Majestic-House Peters in "The
Storm."
Arcade-Jack Holt in "While Satan
Sleeps."
Orpheum-Alice Joyce in "The
Scarab Ring."
2'h ~Week
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Garrick (Detroit) -Frances White
and Taylor Holmes in the -musical
comedy, "The Hotel Mouse,"

S"tud1entsSuply Store
I1't11 South- University Ave.
Engineers' and Architects' MI1teria~s
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf :Bookcs
Cameras and SitpoIies -
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tbaccos
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COMING
eManslaughter"
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Plunkett speaks inl room ;48 Engi-
I^1 1cin} buildling befora: hFresh::io
Eng:1 ieers on "Get 1. tingL'"a Toehold.
WJ''hr ~ il !bw a hiee" tl}nof all
}toSE 2"i;<toite in trYing alut for
A rt Y;or''ioni ChT]imesat the CimIe s
cfic'e on thie fourth fboor of the
Unin. Tryouits are requested to
br32ing san los o' their work if pos-
S shble,.:
4 5l-eAm' Adtmiral Charles B.
P'lunket speaks before general Ui-
versity au2i~lienoe on "Railroad
Units in Firance: Their Design,1
Con triuction, Manufacture, Trans-{
pertation, and Ope ration," Natural
S ciducc auditorium, illustratedil
wtith mnotion pictures.
7 :6P--arlsity hand rehearsal hti
*University Hall. Music and racks..
7 :^--.1eaeting ofrtallBeta PR Ini the
E1ngin2eering 'society rooms.,
7 :00-Wayfarer's club mccs llsi room
30i2 of the Union.
7 :3O-9ftudent coclCm leetig Rt th.e
Union.

iulttixac v.u [N idatloit o .+ u Bo.ard ,..s
______Laundry Cases-the "Quick-Pac," at
No matters of outstanding import- W'ahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.
ance are scheduled to come before the.
Board of Regents at their regular I Fountain Pens that will keep you
monthly meeting Friday. The usualI sweet at WVahr's.-Adv.
routine business will be taken care of,1
as well as as anything; else that maycoiupI
Authoritative word has been issued;
that the much mooted ,proposal rtol A NI T
establish a > e- arate school for nurses ANN T R
will not be settled at this meeting,
and that in all probability it will
U in(Ierg() much more official discussion
i'ofore it is finally decided. \yJf P+f k , 4

EDUCTION

BAND CALL BRINGSI
FCORTHMANY MEN

Seventy-Five 'Piece .O;rganizatlon
- Promised This Year

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H-v .q means of ntroducino ourselves

Laboratory supplies, coats, aprons,
tc., at Walir's.--adv.

The turnout of prosu~ectivo e,.
hers oi' the banmd in University Hall
auditorium l ist night indicated that.

to the new girls at Michigan.. We cordially
invite you to come to our s5hop at your earli-
est convenience and-becamne acquainted with
us.

Ask a user: he will tell you Rider's

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BLUMAIZE1 L SOM SHOP, Inc.
THE- HEADQUARTERS FOR FLOWERS

Having returned from an e-
tended visit at the FashionT
Show., we arey now prepared to
tell you about the most ad-
vanced 'styles of' the season.
'We are lookfig forward to this
opportunity.

MRS. VANT SCHOY1CK
'230 Nickels Arcade
Phone 716-W

4.111 ryouts wantedl
res 'wishing to try out for
A4 staff of the Michiganen-
cal :at the ichOiganensian
q between three and five
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Welcom~s the newcomers

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and its old friends

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ALL W 'S

and wishes them a most
successful year

Eat here once and if you aren't a regy-
ia1ar c'ugtom.er we'd Tike to know the
reason . T
HOME-MADEPIES A NDCAKES-
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HOME COOKING

Say it with Flowers

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Opena till 12:30.

Delivery at night

NICKELS ARCADE

213 E. LIBERTY ST.

'538 FOREST

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NEW AND SECOND HAND

FOOT-WEAR for

Autumn

Occasionls

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The new foot-wear may be ever-changing in Its variety "- but it is never-changinig
as regards its quality. Each rests' fifnly in fashion on slender or, sporting heels, pre-
senting the mode in an unfailingly interesting manner. Oxfords, Strap pumps, com-
bination, leathers - in such variations that the only difficulty is to decide which you
like best.

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LEATHER NOTE BOOKS

If your frock is of brown or tan shae4 ou
will need brown satin pumps to wear with it
- and a dainty pump that combines brown,
satin with brocade in a two-strap style is par-
ticularly wvell adapted to dress wear,, . he
Louis heel makes this style of pump took well
with the new, long skirt and the mode is trim
.enough, for anly occlasion. This pump is ..priced

An effective 'pump that combines the popular
sports effect with. a semi-dress style will be~
found in this combination of mahogany and
Chippendale. The style is particularly attrac-.
tive - the pump havinig one wide stra~p that
is finished 'with a buckle. The 10-8 heel: has a
rubber lift that makes it 'a good walking shoe
and the quality insures the wearer of long:
service., This pump is priced

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