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FRIDAY, D1WEMBER 16, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

PAGE THREE

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APPOI1TMENT BuREAU
HAS MANY cLLS FOR
SUSTITUTE TEACHER
All 'TYPES OF SCRIOLS APPL
1:1t NEW INfTlUCTORS TO
SlART NEXT SEMESTER
13 GOLLEGEJOBS LISTED
i rte'vyews With Students Enrolled Ir
Rireau Of Appointments Are
Being Completed
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Calls for teachers are being re-
ceived eevery day at the offilce of thec
Bureau of Appointments in Tappan
hall, and many more are expected to
come in during OhTistmas vacation
for teachers to fill positions in Feb-
ruary, according to Mrs. Hellen Sham-
baugh, head of the Bureau.
Sinrbe enrollment week, several
weeks ago, Mrs. Shambaugh has been
interviewing students of the Univer-
sity who enrolled for places with the
Burehu. At the present time, she ha
interviewed 160 of these who' en-
rolled with the Bureau and whose
names began with A through K. Im-
medihtely ater 'the, hqltlays thse
short interviews will be r'stiimed for
those whose names begin with L on
through the alphabet, and the last
week of the semester will be set aside
for those who dre riiable' to conie at
their appointed time.
Htave Many ~~s
The Bureau has now received 46
calls for teachers to fill vacancies
in February, 1' of them beig from
colleges. Twty-six of the newly en-
rolled appli< its xpressedprefer-
ences for February jbs,a sidethere are
many who ha held over from prev-
ious enrollmeifs.
In the recent enrollmrit week, 41
men and women enrolled for the first
time with the ,Bureau. Of these, 120
are candidates for positions for teach-
ing English, 53 wish to teach History,
33 desire to tedch mathematics, and 31
declared for Latin. The remainder
stretched out their choices in the'
large field exclusive' Of these sub-
Sects..
Must Fill i t Card.'
It was also announced that those
who enrolled with the Bureau will be
aske& to fill out schedule cards soon
after the start of the second semester.
These cards will contain the daily pro-
grams of the owner and will be on
file with the Bureau so that the per-
son ihay be located fo'r an interview
at any time during the day. This idea
will be used so that visiting school
officials will be able to conduct inter-
views with wiprospective teachers with-
out delay.
Fc)fRESTkY GROUP
HEARS BREWSTER
"The lumber blsiness has been ser-
iously handicapped by poor merchan-
dizing due to over-competition,"
Donald R.i Brewster, trade extension
engineer .or .the . National Lumber
Manufacture' association stated be-
fore a meetng of the forestry club
last night> rthe over-competition
caused distress lumber to be dumped
oa the market' to prevent profit, Brew-
-ster said, and for this reason national
lumber manufactures banded togeth-
er to safeguard thesnelves.

WHERE

REPUBLICANS

WILL CHOOSE NEXT CANDIDATE MICHIGAN HAS ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR WINTER
SPORTS, SAYS A. WV. STALE, PUBLICITY DIRECTOR

,:V{. . . .Now that M ichigan r as slarneidt to
:':'.: e'; ,:''.: :.: .utilize the vast natural resources that
.4 .., pactionists, AfnrthrnW Saiche, i
tin urauanovcfpesdet f h
e began to organize an effective winter
sports program.r
e 3IMichigan has everything--the scenic
*',''~"" ~., beauty, the lakes, hills, forests, and
bracing climates-essential to the
~ ....,.,success of such a program, he avers.
::::::.: .In this respect he compares the north-
. pne, and central parts of Michigan with
,.""::. .:,..:::: {.::.the great winter play centers at Lake
Placid in the Adirondacs and St.
T'.. 'V"" V' ' Y,:,":+.Maritz in switzvertnd inow theseat

by auto or comfortable sleigh from a ization, he believes. There must be
northern railroad station to a warm organization of these sporting eventk
hotel where he can secure good food following the system that is first going
and all the equipment essential to an into effect this winter among te
enjoyment of the winter weather, pro- norther towns as they beghin Or
per clothing, skates, skis, and a place launching forth of an extensive hockey
to get out in the open air, refreshing program. If the oter sports are e.
and bracing as it is, Mr. Stace. d-
cla red. xwis exploited as they are done in the
If added to these are instructors for sport centers of Canada, them is eve,
the uninitiated, then the natural win- I reason to believe that :Michigan will
ter weather and scenery of those parts i offer as much of an attraction to the;
of~ Michigan that have real winters' vacationist in winter as in summer.
will be all that is necessary to attract Once this accomplished Michigan~
as great an influx of winter visitors as athletes will remain at home for their
come to the state during the summer sport carnivals of Michigan rath'er,
months. than follow their custom in former
Need Organization. years of wintering on Lake Placidj
But all that is necessary is organ- Mr. Stace concluded.

Convention < inj T>ill tan . ', ihe Ii c"the Republican national conve
Jue 12. 1928. Kansas City was select (d by the Republican moguls after a b
Francisco also wx e considered si'iously.
POstAl Officials Urge Early Shipment
Of Mail As Christmas Gradually Nears

DETROIT, D, c. 1).-"Oniy eight
more shopping days until Christmas"
was the old and familiar battle cry of
shopkeepers and postal otficials of
Detroit and throughout the state this
week as the annual broadside of adver-
tising was begun designed to lure pro-
crastinating Christmas shoppers and
package mailers ito0 immre(at e ac-
tivity.
"Along about Dec. 22," one Detroit
postal official declared, "mobs of
patrons will be storming the receiving
windows at the lostal offie:s all over
the state, demanding to know why the
postoffice forces will not guaraiiteo
delivery before Dec. 25 of the packages
or boxes they are mailing to Aunt
Sophronia in Spokane or Uncle Jasper
in Medicine Hat.,
"Year after year the patrons are
urged, cajoled, and prodded into early
shopping and mailing, and to repeal a
popular statement, 'they always comfy
back for more.' Every year, thousands
are disappointed because their pack-
ages failed to reach the destination un-
til a day or two after Christmas."
"It's the sam in our business," a

shoplkeeper reported, "Every year we
put that time-worn appeal to 'shop
early,' and each year the rush seems to
increases. Of course, there are num-
erous legitimate last minute shoppers.
but the majority seem to have 'just put
it off' until the lastest hour-then
there is that constant nerve-rac'king
'onfusiionand battle to get what is
left in the shops."
FEAR FOR SAFE T Y
OF MISSING BOAT
(By Asociated Press)
HOUGHTON, Dec. 13-Fear that the
Canadian package freighter, Cam-
loops, which has been missing since
last Tuesday, has gone down in Lake
superior with all on board, was ex-
pressed today by marine officials. Al]
attempts to trace the whereabouts of
the vessel have proved futile.
The Eagle Harbor coast guard was
advised today by marine insurance
underwriters of Chicago to search
Kewenaw Point for the missing
sleamer and its crew of 22 men

.:rcenters for winter sports.11 i i11N111.t1tiltli11I t I 11fll tl lll t ii 1i1 i 11111E11t1111111111111:
Has Winter Resorts. -
Following almost a year of extensiv" -
propaganda, the people of the colder A
portions of the state are awakening WE CARRY
for the first time to the fact that
winter offers them as great an oppor-
tunity as do the summer months. THE LARGEST STOCK
Now that Michigan has open roads
all winter, all that is necessary is that
the people of the north country organ-
mtion will be held, beginning Tuesday, ize their winter sports on a basis that OF
itter contest in which Detroit and San will attract outsiders. The southern
traveler must be assured that in a
night's ride from Detroit, he can go
____ ______________ IICHRISTMAS CARDS
U IN THE CITYIw
Will bOpn
During Xmas Vacation SLA
THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD-=
Exclusive, but not Expensive BOOK SHOP
Open 8A.M. to 7:30P.M.
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A
Very Merry Christmas
and a
HpNwe
Happy|Newp Year

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