100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 03, 1926 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1926-10-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

,4

t

SUNDAY, OCTOnER 2, 1920
Sun Moves Army
South To Yangtse

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

f are filled by student help, each year,
0 [9N 0 F TUD[of which the great majority are boardA
UTsland room jobs, according to Mary L.
DEN FSTDETStewart, in charge of thedison
[ rI fee drn h college year,a
[F[ ~ M ~ Y JOB and room, taking care of lawns and7
I'thllrloyuieIt Of Various Kinds Filled furnaces, dishiwashing, surveying, con-a1
'I'lrougli Application To D~ean ! struction, stenography, hotel clerk-
Bursley's (afe ing, bookkeeping, waiting table, cook-
finlg, washing cars, posing for artists,
STEWVART IN CHARGE j painting posters, lettering and sign
- paintinug, campus guides, sandwich
Washing automobiles and washing man (walking around~ with advertising,
cows are but two extremes of odd jobs boards), reading to studlents, and sell- c
often available at the Student Em- ing commodities of one sort oran
plomnbueuithDenoSt-ohrents office. Approximately 1,000 jobs Most of the Gob)s are steady through-c
The Ace of Music Comedies
The Musical Comedy with a Real Story

out the year, but odd jobs of a sea-
sonal nature are available all during
the college year, such as gardening
work, transplanting and similar work.
The employment bureau also acts in
an advisory capacity and informs stu-
densts as to the standing and possibili-
ties of numerous firms. The depart-
Sment often places graduate students,
preference generally being shown by
companies for graduates who have
earnedI their way through college.

Rehearsals 0Of144 {r
0 Neil Plays a hl :e
Begun By nt wl ',
_____I__proalen
Rehearsals for Eugene ;'N t11,, Sam'!
S. Glencairn" which will be prv1 f y'c ri
by Mimes as the opening production. I , j
of the year in the Mimes theater *on ba<2 d iri,

Ai in Hill auditorium on Cardiff" and Ia the Zone." The tit le
is derived fr'omlthe fact that the ac:-
S. Glencairn" was the play l tion of all three takies place on board
;ed thn itlrainatic1 season of the S. S. C, %%~r, hile severail of
'st~ f l 'i. ,latM<" , echar. > - :,u'par in allt h ree
aso he the init ial campl4us, i1J~

ofthis year. . i<fically
ft v'liich lproC K 'last_
1:s. .. _-rt'iier ,Shut,,r v A
,I all 2iucsdramatic:

l3OULO(:4, , orance.--- Georg;esMlt-
c'el, the Frienlch baker whIo rccknutly
-,athe English (Tanel in the rec-
Wd time or? W, houl-=ra illites, is.
s~2,d t a4~\ a accpt -,trrough his
mnal - or Abled o".'.mI UMontreal
for a20-w. k music; Ihailexhibition
Zit $500 a waeek.

"W e never know just what m ay turn Oct. 19,20, and 21 have been b er'; n by a num ber otf (A wvill also u , ad Ai s S e a ths.h t -It e c s . h r e o le i o .
dents come in during the year for the }f'1The 1)051ponment to [he above dates ".SCe~i'~~{5n
m iscellaneous jobs. Specialized jobs; from Oct. 12, 1.1, and 14 as previouslY s17, (7o fte comin w ch t r i to u s al n o n ed as e e st t d by 11cyp r inT d 4Ic
opportunities." unavoidable conflict with the Elsie of : aril;, "1-.at or

1

ribe for f i-

' iig'all Dily.

-
U

;i

STARTS SUNDAY
Ui

A iMF>'

TREAT

tam

-~ ~-~-

JULIA
Sanderson

FRANK
Crumit

2larshal Sawn
important member of the big pow-'
ers, who controls five eastern prov-,
inces, which he previously held his,
troops readly to defend.
Bobby Jones, of Atlanta, Ga., who
captured the British open golf cham-
pionship with a 291 at St. Anne's
last June, has "peen elected to mem-,
bership in the Royal and Ancient Clubj
of St. Andrews.

Superb Supporting Cast
More Pretty Girls Than a iBeauty Contest.
A Laugh or a Song Ililt Evecry Atinute.
Nighits 75c to -$3; Wed. Mat. 75c to $2
Sat. Mat. 75e to $2.50
Note the Popular Wednesday Matinee

r.r.010.01 ar-00

0 V.00+04M.O.C. r., Co C. ,*"l

m a --- - k - - Illillill1i 11 = 1111 11 1111 1 O N I I

~1

I

NOW
AT
THE

i .

I'

C

GraEst. yster

NOW
AT
THE

The

n

ima of the Year

k
4
4

s

K
r
it i
''-Y
F
'!
r
. '
I
1 J
' ' l

i,

~~41F

-, f

/"(/

C

D

-

=

°Y "
ti

r
i

.4 '?

x- -

14Y

ti

tRI LYIIL
An13 amznlBLLI E TeEomni
An mazng equl to the famous Lon,,e Wolfstre.Teomni
figure in. modern fiction brought to life again on the screen for the last time !

I I, IN I

SUlPLR A1D11J FLATURES

AN 0. HENRY GOMED)Y

WUERTH ORCHESTRA
N"Tr)_ +AT (NPR.TDiector

i 1

I

I

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan