THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA
I OT OFWORK
gation Carried on in Over
Cities in 31 States nd
9 PERCENT JOBLESS
New York, Sept. 29.-From 10 to
12 per cent of all workers in the Un-
ited States, including men and wom-
en, are out of work all the time.
That was the statement made here
today by the Russell Sage founda-
tion foliowing a five year study of
employment methods in the United
It is made clear in the report that
the. figures represent the average of
good and bad year s for the past two
decades, and are not necessarily true
of the present day. The investigation
was carried to more than 70 cities in
31 states and Canada.
Practically every known means of
bringing work and the worker togeth-
er, including "want ad" pages of
newspapers, free-charging labor agen-
cies, public employment offices, the
labor union method, and many others,
After citing the fact that each year,
from one to six millions of persons are
out of work for certain periods, the
report of 600 printed pages which i5
soon to be- issued, states "There is
something which we are just begin
ning to recognize, a resentment on
the part of the workers against an
industrial situation in which such in.
security and uncertainty of employ-
ment is possible. It is not only un-
employment but the fear of unemploy-
ment, the knowledge that any joy is
uncertain and insecure, subject to the
fluctuations of economic change,
which is responsible for much of our
greatest industrial unrest."
For Field Trip
T. Hawley Tapping, field secretary
of the Alumni association will leave
Monday, Oct. 6, for a week end trip,
organizing alumni clubs in nearby
states cities. Adrian, Coldwater,
Ionia, and Niles will be visited for'
The concluding stop on the trip
will be Lansing, where the alumni.
ire to organize the night before the
M. A. C.-Michigan game. An alumni
registration bureau will be maintain-
ed by Mr. Tapping and other alumni
officials on Saturday at the Downey
hotel there. It is urged that students
and alumni make this booth their
headquarters in Lansing.
were warnings against driving
through stop streets, running with
improper lighting, driving witi more
than three in the front seat, and the
operation of a car without license.
Yesterday the police reported more
than a dozen student cases of traffic
violation as the result of Sunday's;
driving, the principal offense being
attempt to crowd at least four in the
drivers seat. Each of these violations
are accompanied by a considerable
fine as well as risk to human life,
so the police ask the earnest coopera-
tion - of all students to avoid further
Austin, Texas, Sept. 29.-Buildings
valued at over $2,000,000 are under
construction on the campus of the
University of Texas.
Need work ?-Daily Classifieds.
J6 K, DUU L.EAVES FOR
J. K. Dunn, '24, left yesterday for
Hawaii where he will join his parents
for a few months stay on that island.
He will then go to England where h'e
intends to study for two years at Ox-
ford. After' finishing his course at
Orient where he plans to make a
this institution he will return to the
sudy of the pople, their life, and cus-
Dunn was very active in S. C. A.
work, and obtained a reputation as
a member of the debating tearm dur-
ing his course at the University.
While in Hawaii Dunn will address
a meeting of the University of Michi-
gan alumni club there. The meeting
is to be in the form of a banquet
on Oct. 25, the day of the Wisconsin
game. Because of the difference in
time, the results of that game will
be received during the luncheon.
Princeton, Sept. 29.-Of the 500,000
university students in Europe, 150,000
had received some sort of direct help
from the Student Friendship fund, at
the close of the fourth season last
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IM 'ENSIAN PICTURES
Arrangements have b e e n made
with Rentschler, Dey, Spadding, and
Randel, local photographers, to make
the pictures for the 1925 Michigan-
ensian. All seniors and class officers
must have their pictures taken before
Thanksgiving and group pictures
will be taken immediately after the
Christmas vacation. Persons who
are to have their pictures taken will
pay $3.00 at the business office of
the Michiganensian in the PressI
building. They will receive coupons
at that time and then engagements
may be made directly with the photo-
Thenecessity of having pictures,
taken so early is to avoid the quality'
of work which results from a last
minute rush. Backgrounds for pic-
tures this year will be grey and they
will be run in squares rather than inj
ovals as has been the practice forl
the past three years.
&GURT CHARGES HEAVY
POLCE WARN STUDENTS
Police regulations are to be rigid-"
ly enforced from now on, according
to word issued from the police office
his week. A few days ago The Daily
printed a list of "Don'ts" issued by,
the chief of police. Under this list
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Our Formal Opening
Wednesday, Oclober Hirst from two to live iin the -
afternoon and fronm seien to nine at iiigit.
* ~ There will be music andl flower s for thc ladies.
This is an exclusive Coat, Dress and Milliner~y store,
and the new styles will be shown here simultan-
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