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co~nomist To Talk TEACHERS' APPOINTMENT BUREAU EN[AOS O FlA[TA U BETA P GIVES FIRST
Befre ocl'CubREPORTS MANY WITHOUT PLACES I UiL0E0LR1INE1METN
Firt ets of the School of Education hasj them have been filled. These re Ta Beta P, national honorary en-j
ALM e Ig e more teahr hsya hnet aemostlylfrom hignrschools flITV'
F 1p l a c 'es t i ~ i~n m n g S i O ' i ~ J I ~ ~ U 1 1 L lJ I I g i e e r n g f r a t e r n it y , h e ld t h e fir s t . o f
P r a n k K i g h t a n u t h o i t y a n y p e v o u y e a r , t h e r e a r e m o r e a n d ( c o l l e g e s , r e q u e s t s f r o m t h e l a t t e r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ase Wrdi n the econoic~1 theory of pr1ofie~a n unplaced persons on the list than. having increased greatly this yar. 1iiitinas:adds P1ample to -1.ointig _________________________
sWhile hldell~r o hi necnmcItte ever before, according to Mrs. Hlellen lit speaking of the large number of i 3s of Llliture 1)lc ealig
" University of Chicago, will address teSam ug whitenwha o uinilaed teachers,Ars hmag+WihhsSujc
Econmicsclub of this university, . the bureau. Many of th'ese personspntdotthtotalftesai.(
Econorstmi ofte {annot fill positions aon account of p ,teu. ta ntal fths U LV R17kS A iTI R E ,E
IT FED tsfitmeigothyert:4poremiatnsicorewhhIleft iot positions as many go into yUVR ~ SAIU' ) 1 ~
(c clod(, Thursday, ?tithe 'Union. orcmiain i ore hIl
i and Prof. Thae Economitc s club is comnposed ofthey are to teach. ther ~es for the time being. An-TieBraofApntnsisathrreonorhelgeumrof' ladngtatheqsinofhn
uticl enin-faclty members of the economiics{;de- TeBra fApitet saohAesnfrtelrenme f Camn htte{etc fwe
ca ndrfree service which is rendered 'to mecn ~ihestahr stefc ~a the University was establishedcher is inefaGOODat FOOD
the summer aatet nlieavne nde-ad women, of the University who are nay have poor combinations .of his opinion something which should
grad~rual , and praduate tutdenrt",
'right Fiel, Professor Knight is the author of prepared to fill teaching positlins. Not courses in which they,expet to give e sett led without further delay,
on 'withire" "lcs, Uncertainty, andl Profit," .a only graduates of the School of Educa- ifstruotioni. If sophomores pid FPrank I. Culver, '75' attempts to de-
fee sarrinn retmeito teecnonn lnYs re given help, but 4z'lso those r'nqr m 'tteution to choosing right con'cte teuestion in a amphrlt issuedl
vohvhd'n oki h Yhobtiun ter Stop in Tis ,ive
e) turned inl those problems., a ; well as ther eto-wohv a nywr nteshol maI'sa hebgnigo hirrcnl.Il onlso st h
Thywr ri rtn- hc r ldoii eluicding the sunmner sessions, are work n the school, they would stand effect tat the (date for the founding Stywreeakwrtnsvaihae t~triiel
af Torsional ,j-e taught. economic thee/i a. tile. given the advantage of the service. ~ m ;h better chance of securing of the University Was 1817, that the
,des," "To~r liniva ity Of Iowa for several year, I aca N ovember, these who are readly teaclihg positions when they gradi- date for its location at lDetroit was Cemo
ver Wingrs," and va e Infi!to reach in February or 'the following Mterl, he declared. 1821, bult that the (ate for its estab-
with Tubu'i chair ecmetly iappoitd hesol year register with the burau, Ml hmag s h e edO ishment at Ann Arbor was 187. Grilled Sirloin Steak
shatpe and Prof. economrk ic innChicago. whir receives requests for ±^icbe's the ', reau, haing succeeded Miss Mr. Culver quiotes first from the
ecnmcceprmnesedysi from all over the country, but es- Mar 'a et Cameron whrlo went into the "Political History ofM ia" b Spanish Slaw
submidnl:ci that the meeting wouldy not be of in Lecially from MIzchg 4 c scoogs. and r ~nts office. The new secretary Judlge Jamens V. Campbell. That book e
re entitled t:crest t ) the general public, but that u~oleges. s a;1auate of the University, took; says, "In 'the prospect of at future
y iplane," anyone skilled in econics would Since the lat registration in Novemt- lher' g auate work at Carnegie lust' rowlt of 'poplation, it was deenmxl Coffee
ane," and "A find it enlight~eniig. I her of 1926, 5,93 teachers have enroll ed tudte of# Technology, and was with the proper o 'rga.nize a university for - l
nal Stability___ with the Bureau. 916 calls for teach- ['011b State Department of Education whih provisions had been mnae
N TI L M E I G ers have been received and 438 if last y'ar. several ye ars before. On August 26ftr,
in at briefr - 117 ancla pse oinoprt
flights, said, OF ATHENA HELD, 1Planes Await Start PASS UPON BUYINGthe Catholepistemiad or University of~ TRY ONE OF 01.
Wili -Iegen- -- p CGratAi D rb ATHllLETIC FIELDS Micl'igaia. This institution was Oc
ion. It will The firs t meeting of the year fr O Gra Al: ''_ientical with the ~resent University. IOe
oe of the suce- Athena, women's debating society, LANSING, Sept . 27.-The fintace I ute usata.ino i
"l lgt to claims, Mr. Culver quotes a dcision
yflgt conceruedl itself chiefly with business (Coninued on Page Four) committee of the state administrative fi-om Judge Campbell who, speaking
is also my
majority of discussion andl future programs. Vani- SPOKANE, Sept. 27.-Rival racers board has authorized the purchase of for the supreme. court, said, "In its
['a nyoceanfic ens business was brought uip by the tuned up 24 speedy airplanes todlay seven pieces of land for use'as part of origin in 1817, the University had -no "
laci xp . r-mmesad(ics thoroughly. I for a swift marathon across Washing- the athletic field at Michigan State loalty l rscibd.Whnth mid-Cmu
at is, flyfinr The meeting was presided over by ' ton and down the Columbia river Nra olgYslni h adfyiig act of 1821 was jpassed~, it was
NomlcleeYpiat.Telnor sea, with Pauline Zoler, '28 Ed, chairman, and' located at lDetroit. When the law was
guie. he cosidrabe umbr o lat yar' igorge in the Spokane-Portland Air which is in small parcels, can be pur-
ge. The p a c onmes erbe penmbe fmasntopcy earyfor prizes of $3,500. chased for $6,450.r g ('.
training in for discussion was this year's try- ol1 l~lkri I 'le
able one to outs. It was decided to give any _Ai the World's Most Natural Cornedian -BIM O ,?1
any security woman desiring to become a member M
mail is even the opportunity to do so, at 7:30 7
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haippen and everything des-loe deck, storm deck, all around the
boat. Denny tumnbles I aud out of screatuing ,situations and loes -tlEOHRE NS-
every thing but his hbrand new id fe. PiTE O HR VNT

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Two Keith Vaudeville Features Criowds - ge - Loal
PR NCoMRJ RIs Before Today's New~
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IGE GRt '.ONG' BURTONQ' DAILY AFTER SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ,3IATINEE, 4]Y
SFrom Shanghai to San "The Grand Opjera 40li
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8:0 J Comedy . News J~ Fables J) Orbestra -LC OC
MATINEES _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __WITH___ __ __ _WAVE___ _
lac Tomorrow-JACK MULHALL in "!Smile, Brother, Smile" Rr
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ral and' His" Guatam~Ilan nsemble______________________
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