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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY ~AQ~ TJIRE~

CAMPBELL TO GIVE

Moves Permanently Into Office

MA JOR CONS TR UC TION JOB S ON
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL COMPLETED ~ TO DICAL IICKETS
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but there ~re many seats still to be
had on the first floor and first bal-
cony.
WILMINOTON, N. C., Oct 17.-A
strike of 1,184 telegraphers employed

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~ !Ag~ Work
PLAN CONSULTATIONS ~
As pare of the program arranged
by I he vocational guidance Commit
tee of I he St udeut Christian associa
~ ~)fl, J~5)J~(A~'t, .1. (atupimll, treasurci I ~
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of the Ilniversit a iid mayor of Ann 1
Arbor, will talk on Oct. 22 in Lane
hull to all members of the student
body who are desirous of receiving
~'s A~Q k'~
counsel in choosing their life work.
Mr. Campbell, in his address ''What
are yOU here for'' will outline some
~ Ian w Ii erehy the puzzled students
can I hiuk out thvir personal diffi I
(flit WA
In addition to such lectures as Mr
Campbell's I he committee has ar
ranged consult at ion hours every af I'
ternoon at Lane hail from 4 to 6
o 'jI9(kA when any stu(lent may ohtain
ussr I ~in ee which Will (lirect him into
channels where he may secure pro
fessional gui(lauce. By a study of
the ])eIsoaa lily coluplex of the al)pli
caul s, the members of the committee
Xv ii endeavor to poijit Out suitable oc
cul3at ions ami ways in which that
personality can. be bettered. ThIs
stedy is made, not by psychological
methods, hut by a very ingenious
chart system xvhicli is now being
used in large industrial plants an .... .4 As'
in cmployment bureaus. .~.,..,..........
President Clarence Cook Little has
highly endorsed this work, accor(lillg
to fisrald Williams, '26, who is in
charge. The President Slated that all
possi bIG co-operation would he ~- ~..:.
tFnded 0 the (:Ounuuittee in fulfilling '
its task and ~lso suggested that next .. .*~ . ~
year similar work might be carried ,. - .. ,~'4
Cu by die University. lie also stated I
that at the University of Maine work
ot a like na hire was carried on with * 4 ~
P ighiy satisfactory results. The per-
(:C'nh~gPi of si uidents leaving the Uni- Dwight F. Davis of Missouri eVA~eP 5 ~ ( jj
wersity of Maine because of dissatis- manently into the office in Washinoto ~ ~,os:o ijy
faction was cut from 10 per cent to months, in the absence because 01 ii ei b~ ~, A~ ~ .!l,'i;seen
zero, at work at his desk. Inset are vn \V S '1 a Vi I Iii 'C ;At ii I~ I S :~ isny
uniform, and a picture 01' Mrs. ii i. CAIAA ~-si- A.~ \~, iS 1 le ('ib-
DETROIT, Oct. 17.-lmprovements- met, James J., secretary of labor.
costing "many mil]ions of dollars"
are contemplate(l to serve the Detroit -~
area by the Pennsylvania railway. Want a room? Read Page Seven amid u~' I li~* (2a.;si Fied columns. .Aulv.

TI i(mugh work is still being done on Of tIm e sueciahly ~milt quipment..' HIlL A ~ ~ ILL IIYIIILIWLLI
Inc heW 'inversity hospital building, I hat for geniAsal surgery is 99.5 per
the structure is about 99 l)CV celit ((Ant Jconhl)let e; that for nurses and Many good seats are still available
OIiil)lCt Q ~t report prepared for the nurses' t rain i tig, 99.5 pci' cent; social for the regular lecture course of the
l;e~osl of Regents l)y Assistant Seer~- service, 9S per cent; ophthalmology, Uratorical urogram with the mail or-
ary .1. C. ('hristensen indicates. ot ology, puhia tri('s, gynecology an(l (id's tilled and the first week of box
"All of the major construction 101)5 oust ci lies, dermatology, neurology, othee sales con~iplete, Prof. R. D. T.
ha;e l)e('n completed and the building ehS('t~'o ciii diographi, aiid pharmacy, Ilollister, faculty manager of the as-
is in full use as a hospital," the re- tr;.5 per ('clii ; and the general lab- *sOCiitt ion said yesterday..
port says. Special equipment, ~s- oratoties, 79 per (;elit. 01 the path- Nearly 1,000 mail orders for re-
lieciahly Ioi' laboratories, is now be- ohogy depart mciii equil)nWmIt, aboUt 15 served season tickets were filled a~nd
ing built in the lJniversity sliolis. ])ei' cciii. is itistalled and ready f~' about 400 tickets were sold at pub-
- . - much The rest has beeii ordei'e(i, and lie sale during the week.
has already arrived. L Professor Ilollister said that the
Eye Test Results ' ~ ~~ time work is under' best $3.50 s~'ats oti the first floor
wa'~ Oil tile hospital group to fit ~di(l the firSt balcony have been sold,
Given In
Jx~pOIt those him lId ings tom' use 01 convales-
Of Emory 14/ Sink ccitt pal i(Almts. This work includes
cit jelly tile refinishing oi iuteripr
I waIls a ml the refinishing of fioors.
Dr. Emory W. Sinh of the Ilealt h ___________________________
sem'vice yesterday aiinounced the re-
sults of the eve examinations taken (barley Ilollocher, ~om'nier Cub
fall 011 thd enterilig *'~ shortstop, wn() is now on the injured
01' the t,726 #~en examined, ~G ~ ~ he will be aimle to return
aring or had worn glasses. ~(l( to the uncut, next yeaV~
>e .e, -16 per cent wear their spec-
Ic continuously while the remaio- Alieb'v Walker, welterweight clAim-
tb's use them only for reading or pien narro x ly es('aped injury in an
A tiny. Only 59 per cent of those wear- ant oniohile accident near Cincinnati
1mg ghjseS were really defective with- i' l'ida\'.
mit I b mu.
'1'hese figures a gree very closely
e~ I h those of last year. The 41 per 3 ~ P I 225 SoUTI-
-cut whose vision is not (lefective VVdIIIIUItb5U~ ~ I
good vision often have consider able 707 N. University Ave. ione 21~12 _________________________________________
~S glasses, according to Dr. Sink, g j _________________________________________________
IlJR4~ P4)1)1W!' A N I) BEHIND HILL
:o r~'1icx e eye strain. People with "' ORT1~HOPEDTSW
em' sI rsin when doing close work. ~ __________________________________________________

on the Atlantic Coast Line railway, to
take effect at 4 o'clock tomorrow, was
announced here today.
Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
Made from Impression of the
Individual Foot.
Louise M. O'Brien
Featherweight Arch Supports
Appointment by Telephone
21579
410 south Division
- ANN ARBOR, MICH.

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