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AY, NOVEMBER 8, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TEACHER'S BUREAU.,
TO OFFER SERVIC
Prospecte't eachers 'To vMeet Tioday
In ewberry halt,; Classi 'ica tionE
Kiovem ber 10-1,)
JUNIORS MAY ENROLL
Imphortnt information in regrardl to
teachling positions to be eoelnx
V(ebruary and next Septembehr, will.
be given to prospective teachers pct a
ueeting to bheld1( at 10 Wolc this
morning, in Newberry 1,0alIluitorium
render the auspices of the University'
buireau of appointments.
Ca dd tsmo ,i st u to a n dinistrative positions, will be present
to discuss methods of applicatilon and{
general serviece, remideredT b) the coin-
inittee,. lMiss iMargazret Cameron, sec-
retary-of 1the0appointment bureau,
will distribuate temporary enrollment
blankm s and explain the procedure, to
bie followed at the regulanr enrollment
next week.
Trhe officenor the bureau in Taippano
hanll will be open Novembe r !0-15,
when seniors and graduates may co)'i-
plete their- enrollment. Ulnder special

Norway's Futfure
King Palis IWit

whic will offer ample opportunity
' - tor golfing ski.ljdue to the diversified
PURO hLLS CLUBwhich. will lbe located on a,
IA f SEridge of land, giving it a good view
Iiof the rolling country around Anna
P L1 i~SC UiF ~0 Varbor, will not lie started until early'
'1 im f! 'o(urse to be LGocatfedl Th directors of the new club are:
lBt 5, een: tsl entaii and tiRegent.. E.Beals, who is also vice-I
j t.<e A venneb~~sac president, Mayor George Lewis, Sec-
- - -- ietary Shirley Smith, Mr, T. E. Pier-
;WORK BEGIlNS MONDfAY V on, secretary of the club, Prof. G.I
Carl Hluber of the botany department,
Mr. Tuoiiy, and Dean E. H. Kraus ofr
Construction on the niew 11 uron h hrayclegpeieto h
Hills golf club which i, to be loca ted f org anizadioin. Mr. H.I . yr Jaw l ytis
about a mile anti a hllf romn the cae-1treasurer of the club.
pas between Washlenaw and Geddes I
avenues will com menc e Monday morn-p
1.id it oen the no .v ste.
iBen l C i a :(ll t( ,i ''a": c h c itect from B I S I B liK L E
Ci c g,1 _.Benelo hasa laid out!,
!ior3ie t'a't~l t}C0 courI {I I' roughout thei -
couni ry a~iu'mig which ar-sme of the Witl~in a moul I a new bool-let of
laErgest cours es,. (litfordIWiclia:ms' ofd j An Ai'hor will be niublishe'd by the
I)iunofldale, an 0xperjcn(d builder I
of 'I misswllhaeccu~iiCharmber ~if Comm'.1rce. T'en years
cha rge of the work.
Th (ii'c oshaeplainned t~o li- . y J lioOf tlie (11 r, its instituteion ,,an &*'

one which is now being planned will
surpass all former publications.
The University, with the latest pic-I
tares of the new buildings, will be
strongly featured. The part that the
University has played in helping in
the development of Ann Arbor indus-
tries through its aid in research work
is to be stressed.
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Slickers of oiled silk and alli-
gator cloth will inlsure compleUte
protection against every antUiln
downpour. These are smly
made, in all colors. Aliso-)a
$10.50 to $22.5'-0.
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condition, junziors may enroll for pos i-
win ob ildi 12.Afe"n~veeks a late enrollment fee of $1 will
bo collected. The services of the bur-
eau are at' the disposal of students
free of charge.
Calls for 'men and women to fill
positions come from everywhere in
thle Un ited States and even from for-
sign countries. Junior high school;;
call for principa ls and teachers; high
s;chools, nor,1mal schools, colleges, and
universities ask for instructors.
BIIOSTS WILL 'HOLD
<tlSUMMERCAMPREUINION
Studecnts "a7d faculty w vho 1hav ebeen
to he nierstySumimer biological
S ta;t ion at, any~ time since 1909 are
1'oldfing their first annual "bug" camp)
rcunion oat 7:30, o'clock tonight _in
roomn 24.2 of the Natural, Science
lbuilding.
The feature on the program is a

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American Uho devscshoars there.
Oltaf is a nephiew of the B~ril ib kirig.
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#Plans areix being made b~y the under-
class; deparitm ent of the Union to or-
g-an ize a freshm1ian band to play at the
f i[alln the spring games this year.
A 1, hr of the Varsity bandl has
be i s(Urilto direct the rehearsals,
tihe it u o Wwhich] Will lhe held 'at 7:1
o'clock next TIuesday ini room 3084 of
the Union
The Varsity band has- agreed to fur-I
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!hier, of tHe ?reslunan class who can
play, any band instrument, are urged]
to -r(lport at the, meeting Tuesdaty
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"Gertrude the Governess," which will cessfiil it is hoped that early practice
bie given by an all-star calst of the and organization wvill make the band
campers. After the play there will be tter this year.
be a program of games. ________

Matinee Prices: 50lc, 85c, $1.00)Mht Prices: 85c, $1.10, $1.65
AI, SEATS RESERVED

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Detroit Teachers
Conduct Research
Dr:.Katherine Chamberlain, of :the:
dlepall incint of miathe matics and phy-
-ics of the Detroit City college, and
(-. D. Altenburg head of the physics
department at the Higlandl Park
Junior College, are dtoing research
ivork in phl.ysics at the U niversity
each week-endl. Mr. Alte, nburg is
v'orking wit h Prof. D. L. Rich of the
lhysi; cs depart uent, every Saturday3,
cii plho ograpIhical sound waves.
Pr. Chanub erlain, who rceived bher
dloctor's _degree from fthe Unriversity
last June is the first woman to have
been gizven a doctor of phiilosophy's
derein lphysics frorp. t he-;Un;iver-
. She -;lCis (lofing research wrk I'in
v Pay ith Prof. CUo. A. indsay eachl
1'iAy andj(Saurda 'iy.

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From +Cleveland'
Prof. W. L. Badger, of the chemical
engi~lnerIng (Tlpe rtmet, returned(
from" lveadysedawhere he
attended thle thiurd intersectional
mneeting of thie American Chem-ical so-
ciety Thursday~t. H-e addre sse~d thej
convention v t the morning session on
the subject, "Soule Unsolvedl Problems
'in l11 eat Transf~er."
' Officers of Ithe!Ijuiver ;ity of M ich-
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Gymas'ctryouts willitelect ,lc ip-
tami for the t eam at 'ameigi
War~termangmas1. i'r15um wi~ich Vwll lbe
hecld at 10 o'clock today. The clas,
-which)is con mosed of men interestedl
ini advan"mce appara1tus work and tum b-
ling,;has a meei rship of :0men
At the endl of the yearr a meet will
be Field betweenT the members. Nm--
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who obtains the highest numbher of"
l~ollts in an. event.

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the 1923 literary class, are being
mounted in'the lobby of the new lit-
erary building. The class of '25F has
also made av gift of lamps5 for the new
engineering building. The lamps are
being mountedl on either side of the
main entrance.'

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