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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TTIURS)AY, CTOBER P, G.1927

schedules. They will also tell what for their room ~audhoard~ in the home

TOO FEW JOBS FOR MANY WOMEN 1 AT OHIOK STATE;
FRESHMEN GET PREFERE !'NCEBY EMPLOYERS THERE
Ohio State freshma'n women are not now being reorganized for the pur- ? etsnm.adestlpoenm
I oing to let "papa" pay for their pose of giving a more, complete serv- her, class rank, college, andl her age
education., They are going out after ice to both ernloyers and girls. will head the alpplication blank. Ap-
the money themselves, and they are! Reports of emp7loyers will e a new plicants will also be required to tell
going to get more of it than the girls? feature of the service. rhiese will their major studies, gradle averages,
of any other class. Seventy-five per aid the students in getting future number of hours being carried, and
cent of those getting jobs through employment, and will also help other- ________________
the Y. W. C. A. are freshmen, statis- employers. They will contan. the
tics there show. employer's name, his address, hisE TRY )1 IS FOR RECORDERP
They will do many' kinds' of work willingness or- unwillingness to recv- I
this year. In fact, there seem to be omtmend the applicant. and will tell All sophomores and second

p~revious experience they have had(1inl whlich I ty live. MisAlive oe
and what recommendations they caln miloi1], as' siantlto 1the dean of
offer. Applicants will splecify the women, is in ch~a crg(of this<< bureau,
kind' of work dlesired and1( the hours --
cpen for employmnent. D)ETROIT-Tlhe Tigrs led the
1 In add~ition to this service, a self major leagues inl doubihlayst 1il~
help bureau has been established for season with 170, and( i stolen bases
1women studIents who wish to work with 138.
"Whthpee

p~rompt, car~ful, Zoes satisfactory
work, and the attitudIe she takes to-
ward the work. If an applicant: fails
to take a positic.n wvhich ithe deparL-
mnent offer, thc reason will be given
in the employer's report.
A more complete record of almli-
cants willI also he !kept. The stu-

retary's offico are requested to
Ireport in the student office of
the Union from 3' to 5 o'clocki
Thursday or Friday afternoon.
WV. ROGERI GRv'EENEt, I
I Recording Secretary.

to Phil?"'
"His girl friend asked him
to- return her picture but
it was stuck in his album
with Higgins' Paste, so
she pasted him with a
bottle of Eternal Ink."

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that everyone desires to appear at their best at
the game Saturday. If you trust your shirts
to us, our laundry method& will answer your
most exacting requirements.
r . ~ IAL. 391 6
MOELAUNDRY
a 204 North Main Street

Higgins' Eternal Ink (fine for fountain pens). Both are
made to last, both are made to give satisfaction. Both do !
You'll find these and other Higgins' Quality Products
at your neighborhood dealer's. Ask for them by name.

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