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rNOw PRfWflS ITTRICTfIMMITEE WILL MEET

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Vomen' Table in University Hall
htiows Increa e of Neurly e10
S11lbscriptioI S
FIRST DAY TOTALS 500
Returns for the second day of cam-
pigning for subscriptions to the 1925
Michiganensian show an even greater
Sale than that of the first day. Thie
pledges signed on the first day this
year numbered over 500 which is 200
more than the number signed on tiLe
first day of any former year. Tues-
day's sale from the women's table
in University hall showed the largest
increase with nearly 50 Mnore pledges
signed than were signed on Monday.
If pledges are not signed during the
campaign period which ends at 4:30
on Friday the price for anyone de-
siring an 'Ensian after that time will
be $6.00 By signing the pledge the
cost is only $5.00 unless payment is
not made before December 19 when :
the price for those signing pledges
goes to $5.50.
This year's 'Ensian will have many
new and original features. The
women's section is to be enlarged
and more closely grouped. Pictures
in the Senior section are to be ar-
ranged with the panels vertical in-
stead of horizontal and 12 picturesI
will be on a page instead of 14.

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lHomval KV Gore, assistant secre-
tary of afi culture, and Republican
nomince for governor of West Virgin-
ia, is in (1aarge of the departmeat of
agrienltur2 util a successor is nlamfed
to ia late henry C. Wallace. The
President is not ex')octed to make the
ap' iftment hr some time.
no"Ii T -oirnr r fWet rgn-

RUBBER CULTURE EXPERT
fllfEffEf flUllfl AnnAb polled one of the largest
votes in the history of the city yes-
terday, according to a statement made
Demoralization of the rubber indus- by Judge John Thomas. The judge
try in the region about the Amazon stated that "due to the three amend-
was discussed by Carl D. LaRue of ments which were before the people;
the botany department in a meeting this year, considerable feeling was,
of the botanical seminar yesterday created which drew votersesecially
afternoon. His subject, "The Rubbery women to the polls who otherwise
Situation in the Amazon Valley," was$o thenpollshwo oth"s
base tion is orklas yer wit-h ould never have voted."
esd upo iea r of a gost ye ;ih tJudge Thomas notes that unmarried
wom i S ofhAgerNmentLa- ben between the age of 21 and
pedition to South America. Mr. La- 25 did not come out. to vote, whereas
:;rue was a specialist in rubber cu- married women and elderly single
rty, ssladies turned out in unprecedented
He made a comparison of thrty.th- numbers. The vote this year h'as been4
ois of handling, the relative condi- about evenly divided between men
os of growthng, anthe rket of- and women in Ann Arbor. Many more
bns of grow ithhathe market o. women have voted this year than
usual aInd it has been predicted that
Dr. LaRue spoke of the apparent age ti ilb on reo h onr
of these trees stating that some oftsawllefos te ofas hencAnr.
_them which still stand give every in- as a whole as well as'in Ann Arbor.
_,ication of having been full grown
tr ees at the time Columbus discovered London, Nov. 4.-Dr. Michael Gav-
America. rilovich, Jugoslavian minister to
Great Britain, is dead.
City Council To -- ---_
Hear Bus Report
Proposals have been nade by theI 1
T~er°it United Railwavs to urchase ;

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BYp'ADIORETUNS TEACmSCANDIDATES
Candidates for teaching positions
Union, Majestic, and University Club in the fall of 1925 will meet at 10
Filled To Capacity By Students o'clock Saturday morning in New-
And Townspeople berry hall auditorium to discuss the
form of application and to enroll with.
USE UNION BALLROOM the bureau of appointments of the
University. Miss Margaret Cameron,!
Large crowds filled the ballroom of secretary of the bureau, will address
the Mihgn Union, teMjetctthe group.
Michigan Uthe Majestic h Plans have been made to distribute
theater and the University club last
temporary enrollment slips so that
night to hear reports from the pres- students will understand what will
dential elections which came in over be expected of them in filling out the{
the radio at these places. The Union permanent blanks at the office ofthe
had horns placed on the orchestra bureau in Tappan
platform in the ballroom and a largebreumT pn hall next week
platfor inrd the allro nd a large The general character of th appoint-
score board beside it on which re- inent service and responsibilities in-
turns were posted for the candidates curred by enrolling students will be
as they came in. First reports began madecarafrthpelmnyi-
to arrive at 8 o'clok and continued e clear; after the preliminary in-!
until a late hour. ; structions have been given out, ques-
The Majestic's midnight show was tionswof dividual students wil l e
crowded to capacity and returns, re- T
ceived over a special Western Union he meeting on Saturday w l be
wire were announced. A radio set was the only one held before formal en-~
also used to report the voting during rollment begins. Next week the office
the picture. Waring's Pennsylvanians of the bureau will be open every day
were en the regular program at the to receive applications. A fine of $1
midnight show.., will be charged for registration after
The University club on the lower that time."
floor of Alumni Memorial hall drew a Seniors and graduate students are
large crowd of members to hear the
radio reports. The American Associa-
tion of Engineers installed the set at! PIA N PIPE
this place. Returns began to come in
early and the club stayed open for a'
several hours. q1 PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
A Special Course for advanced
IITIEfl tr-rin ~ students who plan to teach
CHMISTWi IL LECTURE: piano is also offered.
lrfl~flfflflII Sm~dl-61W .LbryS.
E .E DMBORROW NIGHT% t Macom.Apt. 8S'.
HEREIiinuv 1~i
EMMA FISCHER CROSS
Dr. Gerald Wendt, dean of the de-oU et h
partment of physics and chemistry at formerly of University Shool ofl
the state college of Pennsylvania, Music, head of piano department
will lecture tomorrow night at the at The University.of Washington
Chemistry amphitheater on the sub- and Bellingham State Normal,
ject, "Chemistry As a Fine Art." Dr. Pupil of Leschetizky, Vienna.t
Went is being brought here under Phone 2183-J
the auspices of Phi. Lambda Upsilon, Register Now
national honorary chemical society
Dr. Went, although a young man,
is one of the leading chemists of thel
country. He has been especially in-
terested in Radio-activity and Photo- VHITNEY THEA.
chemistry. The lecture will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock and the public
is invited to attend DnireL MeU
Q-
Denishawn Dancers
The finest of foods are
often ruined by poor
cooking. You will find ffl
our meals well cooked
Fn.amous Spanish Ballet
IA hDivre tissruci nu
Wal v o~h l~cr. ol .
vaiw ortn "/"'M?
oe SePackardGorgeous Costumes
Corner State, Pakad
an; .Arbor Mabjiffirent, y
Phone 1117
Reserved Seats Selling Now by
Lower

Ibest qualified to apply for teaching
positions, according to Miss Cameron.
When a junior is leaving school for
a year to teach, application may be
made, although it is often difficult to
secure a position under such' circum-
stances. Calls for teachers come to
the bureau from junior high schools,
high schools, normal schools, colleges,
and universities. A few are from for-
eign countries, and most of them are
widely scattered throughout the
United States.
New Club Aims At
500 Membership
In connection with its financial
campaign the S. C. A. has created
a new organization, having for its
purpose the betterment of moral and
social conditions on the campus. This
club seeks quantity membership as
well as quality, and is extending its
efforts to the enrollment of 500,stu-
dents who feel the need of such a so-
ciety. Membership fees in this organi-
zation are five dollars per capita, pay-
ment of which is to insure the insti-
gators of the plan that all applicants
for admission are sincere in their
purpose.
"A Better Michigan is
Greater Michigan"
Did yOU know
that the
aa
s. C. A.
conducts Freshman Dis-
cussion Groups to aid new
students in getting started
right.
Prove.26:20, "Where no wood
is, there the fire goethio01
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ARILONMAGEMENT

The Chicago fTemp Ii,
Chicago, lllisois
HOLADIRD & ROCHE,
Architects
Dttw by Hush-Ferriss

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Brewster P. Campbell, '22, manag- jobs" to applicants for office
ing editor of The Daily in 1921922, tions as well as for factory w
and now with the General Electric
company has written an artcle en- Geneva, Nov. 4.- Sir Eric
titled "Tests for Shop and Office G
Jobs" which- was published in the mond, secretary general of the I
October issue of "Management and of Nations, has communicated
Administration." ally to all governments, includi
In this article Campbell discusses United States, the league's new
what the General Electric company col of arbitration.

ted by which the company er
to determine the position a
cant is best suited to underta
These tests are given as

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,ERE the architects envisioned a picture, saw the modern office
building in terms of the great art of the Middle Ages-and the
result is a demonstration that the utilitarian structure, the modcrn office
building of commerce may be as picturesque as it is practical. Vision,
imagination, courage and practical ingenuity in stylistic adaptation
have enabled the architects of this country to astonish the world with
their achievements of today and their promise of tomorrow.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill and organiza-
tion, will prove more than equal to the demands of the architecture
of the future.

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Mail--Prices $1.10, $1.65, $2.20
Floor, $2.75

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ELEVATOR COMPANY
Offices in all Principal Cities of the World

the Ann Arbor city car lines, and to
roplace them with sixteen motorbuss-
es. Tlle matter has been referred to
the railway committee of the common
council. The report of the committee
will be made at the next regular
maeeting of the council which is to be
held next Monday.
According to tentative proposals of
t.he D. U. R., should the plan be car-j
ried through, a fare of ten cents willI
1e charged.

rF¢nght and Tonmorrow
"LILY OF THE
ALLEY"
A elodrama of the
London Slums

Last Times
, onloght

ALL SEATS

2:00-:-7:0.n

Presenting

This Season's Screen Surprise Event With
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"A Better Michigan Is
Greater Michigan"
Did you know
that the

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And Great
Paramount Cast

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Publishes the
"FROSH BIBLE"
Every new student re-
ceives one without cost.
Prov. 26:20, "Where no wood
is, there the fire goeth out."

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Saecause is o i
p
theQUCSTION
tthePROTION
And iby
We mean loss pay-
ing policies handled
through a reputable
agent who is going to
be here when your loss
occurs.
A call is all that is
necessary.
imr. Mundus-With
C. LOUIS ANDREWS

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pre..rent~r
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1thriin t xor of Love"andJ2omance
byO BERT W. CHAJMER2' 4
SUNDAY
ma Kirkwood nd Lila Lee I

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PENNSYLVANIANS

ANy'
rp~EN-
T .WO big favorites in
4 picturization of a fa

In a New Program

In !addition
"ROUGH AND
READY"
A Mermaid Comedy

mous prize - win
novel. Screened 'mid

tropical
Seas.

beauty of the So

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THURSDAY COMING SL-NDAY
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