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September 22, 1931 - Image 7

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LICHTY,
Every Day on Page 7

Former Editor of the Gargoyle, Starting next
Tuesday morning.

Watch for It!

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UNIVERSITY EMPLOYMENT BUREAUS
FLOODED WITH REQUESTS FOR JOBS
Many Students May Be Forced and kitchen help; 224 steady part-
S to Drop Out; Situation time cash jobs; and 1265 requests

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t Rehearsal Is Scheduled
Text Week; Freshmen and
Faculty Eligible.
he first regular rehearsal of one
lichigan's oldest musical orgarn-
ons, the University Symphony
estra, will be held next Mon-
Sept. 28, Prof. David E. Mat-
director of the organization,
ounced yesterday.
ny member of the University
ity or student body who has
ability to participate in a sym-
ry orchestra may try out at
time, he added. Regular credit
be given to School of Music
'ents who remain in the organ-
on an entire semester or year.
rough the purchase of the
ado symphony library, the or-
tra now has one of the fullest
pped libraries of any college
phony in the country, Mattern
ed. The membership, as it did
year, will number approximate-
I musicians. A full instrumenta-
is expected.-
ie tentative program so far in-
es concerts throughout the
e, as well as a number of broad-
s over the University radio sta-
, WJR. Some of the bookings
ide concerts in Saginaw, Kala-
oo and at the Detroit Institute
rt. They will take place some

Grows Acute.
The unemployment situation has
broken through the University lines
and, according to reports has
thrown students seeking part-time
jobs for a loss.
Not only are there more students
than jobs; the employment bureau
in University Hall looks like a foot-
ball contest-with the, students in
a huddle. The situation is so acute
that it is feared some students may
be forced to withdraw because of
low resources.
In order to obtain jobs for stu-
dents, Miss Elizabeth A. Smith, in
charge of the bureau, has sent out
a call to Ann Arbor residents who
plan to offer students board in re-
turn for part-time service. The
call was in the nature of a plea to
notify the bureau of board, room,
or odd jobs.
This, Miss Smith explained, would
enable students to locate perma-
nently and enable them to give the
University the required address by
Sept. 28, when classes start. Few
requests have so far been received
for student help, Miss Smith said.
In her report for 1930-31, Miss
Smith stated there were 156 re-
quests for students to Work for their
rooms; 784 requests for dining room

for odd jobs. During the past year
1252 students applied for work, 200
less than the previous year.
In addition to the employment
bureau in University Hall, the Stu-
dent Christian association, with
headquarters in Lane Hall, State
street, has sent out an appeal for
listing of jobs for students.
Union to Hold First
Dance ThisWeek-End
The Union will hold its first dance
of the season from 9 to 12 o'clock
Saturday in the ball room. The pur-
pose of the "Pre-season Dance," ac-
cording to Hugh R. Conklin, presi-
dent, '32E, is to allow the freshmen
to become acquainted with the Un-
ion social functions.
Don Loomis and his orchestra
have been secured again this year
by the Union and will play at the
dance.

Work on Directory
to Begin Tomorrow
Sophomores and second semes-
ter freshmen wishing to try out
for the Michiganensian and the
Student Directory should report
at once to the Michiganensian
editorial office for assignments,
Ben McFate, acting editor of
the publication, announced yes-
terday.
Work on the Student Directory
is scheduled to start tomorrow,
he added. Alphabetizing and
preparation of organization copy
will comprise the prelininary
work.

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Today's Radio Programs
(E.tern Standard Time)

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The Liberty
Cut Rate Store
NEW STORE JUST OPE
Tasty sandwiches
Delicious Coffee
Flavorsome Sodas
Delectable Deserts

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3:00-,r)(, 8ynrtpators- XV 1K, WJiZ.
oJac1(k 1wiith - WMAL,
WFBMf.
4:40- laze of Mlelod'. W114R. WJ[Z.
50-Birdanal l ish-IA XBC, KMOX.
:15--The Phantom A mounc'er-WJR.
:3(-The1 1 Saannah i neri- WJZ, WGN.
6:45- Musical 11tasters-lX 1lt.
7:00-Amos anm Xny-WVJR.
t .1.., 1 os ofs Rhythm 'A JR.
7:45-The Goldbergs-WWJ, WEAF.
8:00-The Armstrong Quakers-W.11R, KYW,
KiDKA.
8:15--Rold Towners - WEAN, WOKO,
WAkBC.
8:30-The Werk Bubble Blowers - WJR,
W LW.
9:00-henry George Sketch-WEAN, WXYZ.
10 :00-.-Songs We Remember-WJ1R.
Ben Bernie and!his orehestra-WXYZ,
WEAN, WA-.C.
10:45-Waves of Melody-KDEKA, WJZ.
11 :00-FletchidhHeniderson and hia orches-
tra-KMOX, XFBM.
'The Rladio Reporter-WJR.
11 :30-The R~ed Apple Cub--WJR.
Bing Crosby, radid's latest sen-
sational interpretive tenor, will ex-
change places on the air with "The
Street Singer of the Air" beginning
tonight. Bing will be heard at six
o'clock from station WXYZ, while
Arthur Tracy, the street singer, will
be heard at 10 o'clock. oBth Crosby
and Tracy will be heard in fifteen
minute programs on the air daily
except Sunday.
A revue of the old and new dance

tunes will be heard in a medley of1
the pieces designed for the shimmy,
the Charleston, the Black Bottom,
and the Rumba, latest Cuban im-
portation, in the program of the
Franco-Italian piano duo, Fray and
Braggiotti, Sunday night from 6:15
to 6:30 o'clock over the Columbia
chain.
A series of "Football Forecasts"
will have its debut this Friday over
the Columbia system at 4:45 o'clock
with Henry McLemore, United Press
sports columnist, at the micro-
phone. He will be heard at the same
time each week thereafter during
the duration of the football season.
NOTICE
The Ideal Does It Best
IDEAL LAUNDRY
Formerly Moe Laundry
204 N. Main St. Phone 3916
9
FOREST INN
Good Home Cooking
538 Forest Ave.
Fritz Hahn 10

Thieves Steal
Sentenced

Suit;
to Prison

Four hours after they stole a suit
of clothes from a Main street store
Saturday morning, Hugo Comfort,
24, Lake Pontiac, and James Rey-
nolds, 24, Pontiac, were sentenced
to prison terms by Judge George
W. Sample in circuit court.

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SPECIALS
SHAVING CABINETS
$2.00 value .......49c
50c value..... ...29c
Shaving Cream and
after shave lotion
60c value .........35c
RFEDUCED
PRICES
Mon., Tues., Wed. only
$10 Permanent
Waves ..*"*".00
Hair Cutting ... 50c
Shampoo and Finger
Wave ..... $1.2
Shampoo and
Shampoo Plain.. 50c
Manicure ...... 75c
Hot Oil Treat-
ment .".....$1.50
Facial. .. .. . . $1.50
Marcel. . ... .. . 75c
Finger Waving". .15
Appointments made until 7:30
Open Evenings
Di Mattia
340 S. State
Dial 8878
CLASSHIEI
ADVERTISINI

--HIGH GRADE REPAIR SERVICE
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry

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"Credits" Toward
College Chic
With her head a whirl from rushing
parties, admission exams and other cam-
pus . mysteries, who can blame a brand
new freshman for being a bit fluslered
about clothes? She needn't be, as the
upper class women can tell her, if she
will come to Jacobson's. To the freshmen,
we exten a cordial invitation to get ac-
quainted with us and to her older sisters
we suggest we renew our friendship.
Jacobson's

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Comany.
FRATERNITY AND SORORITY SPECIALISTS
Wholesale Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry
Eggs and Meats
Fruits and vegetables purchased fresh daily at the Detroit
Union Produce Terminal.
We wish to assure all last year's patrons that our mer-
chandise will be of the same high quality as of the past and
we extend an invitation to all those houses which we have
not had the pleasure of serving to call personally or phone.

F n llion Hoovers .~~.the
world's record for major household
electrical appliances! Think what
that means to you. What better guide
could you have inchoosing your cleaner
than the fact that more women have
bought The Hoover than have bought
any other make! .. . The Hoover is
first in sales because it is first in clean-
ing. Scientific tests prove that The
Hoover, which$"beats .. , as it sweeps
removes three times as much dirt as

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FOR MAJOR
HOUSEHOLD
ELECTRICAL-
APPLIANCEiS

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with business and college educ
tion, experience. Tel. 7026.
STUDENT help wanted. Inqu
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RENT

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G . A Home Demonstration will amaze you. You can
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ROOMS-Desirable double roor
for University students. News
decorated and comfortably ft
nished. Reasonable rent. 5
Monroe St.
ROOM for two $3.50 each. Su:
for four $3.00 each. OverstuffE
chairs, bridge lamps, comfor
able. Board if desired, individu
meals. 1110 Judson court.
WEST SIDE - 2 room suite, w
rent to 2 girls for $5.00 per wei
or 3 girls for $6.00. Private hon
with privileges. Also single rooi
2 block from campus. Phoi
23336.
F O R R E N T-Two suites, $30
month. Quite neighborhood. I
ano available. Dial 7382. 10
Michigan.

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