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aminations. Last date for filing ap-
plication is noted in each case:
Psychiatric Nurse, $3,200 a yr., Feb.
17, 1941.
Medical Guard-Attendant, $1,620 a
yr., Feb. 17, 1941.
Medical Technical Assistant, $2,000
a yr., Feb. 17, 1941.
Junior Veterinarian, $2,000 a yr.,
Feb. 17, 1941.
Physiotherapy Aide, $1,800 a yr.,
Feb. 17. 1941.
Junior Physiotherapy Aide, $1,620
a yr., Feb. 17, 1941.
Principal Inspector (Subsistence
Supplies), $2,600 a yr.; Senior Inspec-
tor (Subsistence Supplies) $2,300 a
yr.; Inspector (Subsistence Supplies),
$2,000 a yr.; Assistant Inspector (Sub-
sistence Supplies) $1,800 a yr.; Junior
Inspector, (Subsistence Supplies) $1,-1
620 a yr.. Applications received until
further notice.
High-Speed Radio Equipment Op-
erators, $1,620 a yr., until further
Chief Engineering Draftsman, $2,-
600 a yr., Dec. 31, 1941.4
Principal Engineering Draftsman,
$2,300 a yr., Dec. 31, 1941.4
Senior Engineering Draftsman, $2,-
000 a yr., Dec. 31, 1941.
Engineering Draftsman, $1,800 a yr.,
Dec. 31, 1941.
Assistant . Engineering Draftsman,
$1,620 a yr., Dec. 31, 1941.
Assistant Home Economics Special-
ist (Food Utilization), $2,600, Feb. 17,
Assistant in Home Economics In-
formation, $2,600, Feb. 17, 1941.
Assistant Home Economist (Food
Economics), $2,600, Feb. 17, 1941.
Assistant Home Economist (Clo-

thing Economics), $2,600. Feb. 17, ester freshmen women are required
1941. to take the hygiene lectures, which
Assistant Home Economist (Family are to be given the second semester.
Economics), $2,600, Feb. 17, 1941. Upperclass women who have not com-l
Assistant Home Economist (Family pleted the hygiene lectures, or theirc
Economics Writer), $2,600. Feb. 17, equivalent Hygiene 101, should also;
1941. enroll for these lectures, at the time
Senior Home Economics Specialist of regular classification at Waterman
(Food Utilization), $4,600, Feb. 17, Gymnasium. Any women who did
1941, not complete the lecture series in
Home Economics Specialist (Food a previous year are urged to attend4
Utilization), $3,800, Feb. 17, 1941. the lectures so that they may pass
Associate Home Economics Special- the final examination, thereby corn-
ist (Food Utilization), $3,200, Feb. pleting the requirement.
17, 1941. Students should enroll for one of
Associate in Food Composition, the following sections. Each section
$3,200, Feb. 17, 1941. vill meet at the same hour and day
Associate Home Economist (Food each week for seven weeks.
Economics), $3,200,"Feb. 17, 1941. Section No. 1, Monday; 4:15-5:15.
Associate Home Economist (Fam- Date of first meeting, February 24;1
ily Economics), $3,200, Feb. 17, 1941. Room: Natural Science Aud.
Complete announcement on file at eection No. 2: Tuesday, 4:15-5:15.
the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office Date of first meeting, February 25;
hours: 9-12 and 2-4. Room: Natural Science Aud.j
These lectures are a graduation re-I
A, r,,r ,m ,, xvAea1 rn quirement.


Disciples Guild (Christian Church):1
10:00 .m. Students' Bible Class,9
first floor corridor of the Architec- U. Ratcliff of the School of Business U. L. Pickerill, leader.
ture Building until Feb. 1. Administration will discuss "Housing, 10:45 n.m. Morning Worship, Rev.
Professor Waugh is noted for his the Economic Moses?" before a meet- Fred Cowin. minister,
life-long efforts in the conservation ing of the Club at 8:00 p.m. on Mon- 6:30 p.m. Guild Sunday Evening
of the native rural American land- day. January 27, in the West Confer- Hour. Panel Discussion "What Are
scape. ence Room of the Rackharn Building. Life's Highest Values?" by Mr. and
Graduate students and staff members Mrs. Donald K. Anderson, Marie"
Exhibition by artists of Ann Arbor in Economics and Business Admin- Savage, Jack Field. Mr. and Mrs. H.
and vicinity, in several mediums, istration are cordially invited. L. Pickerill. Refreshments and so-
Alumni Memorial Hall.' afternoons Icial hour will follow.
2:00-5:00 through Jai. 31. The Romance Languages Journal First Methodist Church: Student
- Club will meet Tuesday. Jan. 28, at Flassat 9:30 a.mith Prof. George'
4:15 p.m. in the West Conference EsCarrothers Morningrorship
Room of the Rackham Building. The Service at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W.
Warden Lawcs lecture tickets may program will consist of a discussion Brashares will preach on "If I Had
be purchased at the box office, Hill of what constitutes a reading know- the Jitters." Wesleyan Guild meet-
Auditorium. Mr. Laws, warden of ledge of a foreign language, and ing at 6:00 p.m. in the Assembly
Sing Sing Prison, will be presented how it may best be imparted. Profes- Room. Prof. Ralph Hanmmett will
Monday evening, Jan. 27, at 8:15 p.m. sor M. S. Pargment and Dr. Hirsch give an illustrated talk on the theme
by the Oratorical Association. Lec- Hootkins will examine the problem of Church Architecture. Fellowship
ture Course patrons are requested to from divergent viewpoints. All who 'hour and supper following the meet-
use the tickets originally issued for are interested are invited. ig
this lecture under date of November _ _in1
11. Attention: Varsity Men Debaters: Un~itaian' Chzrc: 11:0 'AA m "~ih

I talk at 6:00 p. Professor Arthur
Dunham will speak on "The Founda-
tions of the New Wl" Fellow-
;hip supper at '7:00 l).m.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church,
Sunday: 8:00 a.n. Holy Communion:
9:30 a.m. High School Class, Harris
Hall: 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis:
11:00 a.m. Junior Church: 11:00 a.m.
Kindergarten, Harris Hall; 7:00 p.m.
College Work Program. Harris Hall.
Prof. Palmer A. Throop will talk on
"Religion and Ethics." Refresh-
First Baptist Church: 10:30-12:15,
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Oriental Gift Shop
300-B S. State St.

Actuarial Lecture: Mr. Ralph
Burks. Comptroller of the Standard


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Margaret Bell, M.D.


Biological Chemistry Seminar will Medical Adviser to Women xAcin insurance Company, wea
meet on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 7:30-- talk on Casualty Insurance at 8:00s
p.m. in 319 West Medical Building. Doctoral Examination for Mr. Win- p.m., Monday, January 27, in the
"Ketosis" will be discussed. All in- ston M. Scott. Mathematics; Thesis: East Lecture Room of the RackhamI
terested are invited. "On Matrix Algebras over an Alge- Building.
----- braically Closed Field," Monday at
Math. 370, Seminar will Meet on 3:15 p.m., in the East Council Room, Events Today!
Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 3:00 p.m. in Rackham Building. Chairman C. J. .
3201 A.H. Dr. W. Kaplan will speak Nesbitt. Varity Glee Chub rehearsal at 4:30,
on "Analytic Functions in Linear By action of the Executive Board p.m. today. Prompt attendance will
Algebras." the chairman may invite members of be required. Arrangements for specialI
the faculties and advanced doctoral part rehearsals to be held between
Speech Students: On Monday, Jan- candidates to attend the examination semesters will be made at this time.'
Mary 27, at 4:00 p.m. in the West and he may grant permission to those I
Lounge, second floor, Horace H. who for sufficient reason might wish International Center Little Sym-
Louge scod lorHoac H Fphony Porm Cntrary to the
Rackham School of Graduate Studies, to be present. Programi Con
will be held an assembly of all gradu- C. S. Yoakum the concert of the Little Symphon
ate students in Speech, Speech con- Orchestra which is to be presented
centrates, and teaching majots and Co certs on the Sunday Night Program of the
minors in Speech for the purpose ofntn Cerh B -
considering abstracts of the papers Minneapolis Orchestra Concert: International Center in the Ball-
room of the Union tonight is not
presented at the Washington conven- The Minneapolis Orchestra, Dimitri at 7 o'clock but at 8 o'clock.
tion of thb National Association of Mitropoulos, Conductor, will give the Admission is by ticket only. These
Teachers of Speech. eighth concert in the Choral Union tickets are complimentary and are
G. E. Densmore Concert Series Tuesday, Jan. 28, at limited in number.
S8:30 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. A _____'
English I, Section No. 6 (taught by limited number of tickets are avail- Members of La Sociedad Hispanica
Mr. Woodbridge): Please bring your able at the office of the University j will have their picture for the En-
essay books to class on Monday, Jan. Musical Society, Burton Memorial sian taken today at 3:00 p.m. at the,
27. They will be needed for the im- Tower. Dey Studio on State St. Those who
promptu. B:shave not paid their dues, please
R. G.. Walker, Band Concert: The Unversity Con- :Ome prepared to pay them.
Temporary Instructor cert Band, conducted by Prof. William __
D. Revelli, will present its annual Graduate Outing Club: There willj
Conflicts in final examinations in Mid-Winter Concert at 4:15 p.m. be no meeting today.
the Engineering College should be today in Hill Auditorium. A special .
reported before 5:00 p.m. Tuesday,program of modern and classical mu- Bethlehem Evangelical-ReformedI

A meeting of all men interested in
varsity debate will be held in room
4203 Angell Hall Monday, January
27, at 4:00 p.m. This will be anor-
ganization meeting at which plans
for the spring debating will be out-
La Sociedad Hispanica has had to
change the date of the next two
lectures of its series. Prof. Kenis-
tion's lecture will take place at 4:15
p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20, in 103 R.L.,
and Prof. del Toro's at 4:15 p.m. on
Thursday, Mar. 6, in 231 A.H.
German Table for Faculty Mem-
bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
in the Founders' Room. Michigan
Union. Members of all departments
interes ted in German conversation
are cordially invited. There will be
a brief talk on "Film-Musik" by Mr.
Percival Price.
Women's Debates: A meeting of
wQnen debaters will be held on
Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 4:00 p.m. in
room 4003. Angell Hall. All who plan
to debate during the second semestet
are urged to be present.
Fellowship of Reconciliation meet-
ing-Monday, Jan. 27, at 7:00 p.m., at
Lane Hall, will be a continuation of
last week's discussion of difficult
questions confronting pacifists. Thc

V IILI 1al 1.HILI 1 ; A .V 2.1 , .du
eral Religion in a 'Yar of Crisis."
sermon by Rev. Stephen Frichman,
of Boston, Mass.
7:30. Round Table discussion. Re-
Ann Arbor Society o,' Friends
(Quakers) meets Sunday afternoon
in Lane Hall. The meetmg for wor-
ship at 5:00 pim. wril be followed by


4..1 aI ?,14e ep/
T y
who makes an appointment
before J-HOP.

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mreeting is open to all.
The Deadline for JGP health re-
checks is February 1. Appointments
t 71z i 4b .7 +,)c l f - n.t

AMERICAN ' 6 Jan. 28. Instructions are posted on.
IT 0 the Bulletin Board in Room 3209
I BEAUTY SHOPPE ' East Engineering Building.
formerly DiMattia s
S. State Ph. 8878 Required Hygiene Lectures for Wo-
338 . tmen, 1941: All first and second sem-
Sook<Ahead<-o FEO RUARY>
...it's an important date
DAY. How she'll love some hand-
kerchiefs or a gay head 'kerchief. .
Show her you care!
GIRLS: FEB. 14 is J-HOP. Are you
all set to go? Have you got a be-
i witching evening hankie for your
gown? And a dressy one for your
best date dress?v
"Always reasonably priced"
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sic has been
concert will
public, for
children will

arranged. Aithough ti I
be open to the general
obvious reasons small
not be admitted.

Student Guild will have supper at liN4'U ICuayiaue by any
the Church at 6:00 this evening. girl participating or wishing to par-
Harold S. Grey will tell of his ex- ticipate next semester in JGP.
perienep csas n onm'jrc a r' -nfimc ci,,

Sonata Recital: Hanns Pick, Cellist,
and Joseph Brinkman, Pianist, will
present a Sonata Recital at 8:30 p.m.
Monday, January 27, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. The concert
will be complimentary to the geneal
Little Symphony Concert: The Uni-
versity of Michigan Little Symphony,
Thor Johnson, Conductor, will pre-
sent its annual concert complimentary
to the International Center tonight,
at 8:00 p.m. in the Ballroom of the
Michigan Union. Admission by ticket
Exhibition: Thirty etchings of de-1
tails of landscapes by Frank A.
Waugh, formerly head of the De-
partment of Landscape Architecture
at Massachusetts State College, are
on exhibit in the wall cases in the

Skirt and Skirt
in Corner Cupboard Colors
TAILORED CLASSIC that this design.
er does so well. Dress it up with "jewels"
for dates, wear it unadorned to class, pair
the shirt with suits and other skirts. In
ribbed rayon faille.
Butter ,crock yellow, delft blue, jam pot red,
salt glaze grey, cookie jar beige.

F~t-.'- CV~i W LU oUI t)UU)JUJ jeCL Or
in the last war.
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet this evening in the
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall at 5:30.
Supper will be served and then there
will be a discussion period. All are3
The Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship will meet today in the Fireplace
room of Lane Hall at 4:30 p.m. Rev.
Harold De Vries of the Grace Bible
Fellowship will speak. All studentsj
interested are cordially invited.
Comin Events
Botanical Journal Club will meet
Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in
Room N.S. 1139. Reports by: Alma
Hunt, "Demonstration of the three
germ layers in the shoot apex of
Datura by means of induced poly-
ploidy in periclinal chimeras." Thom-
as Muzik, "Botanical Microtechnique
Elements of Botanical Technique -
Reviews." Lois Jotter, "Series of
papers on chromosome aberrations.
By Karl Sax and students." Profes-
ior B. M. Davis, "Review of Camp-
bell's 'Evolution of the Land Plants'."
Economics Club: Professor Richard
on all FALL and WINTER
DRESSES - % to off
formerly $3.98 at $2.98
formerly $2.98 at $1.98
SWEATERS - 1 lot at $1.49
$1.50 values for $1.00
drastically reduced
,5.95 and up
$5.98 reduced to $3.98
1 lot discontinued numbers
closing out at 59c
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Faculty Women's Club: The Play-
reading Section will meet Tuesday
afternoon, Jan. 28, at 2:15 p.m. in
the Mary B. Henderson Room of the
Michigan League.
Michigan Dames: The Music Group
will meet Monday, Jan. 27, at 8:00
p.m. at the League.
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
Recruiting in
"Oomph" Appeal
Red on youir fingertips
S/ars in you)' e")es
Stri];es on your iUew
Nautical Extravaganza
Polish. R.emaovcr, and Ad heron

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and you can't be too choosy
about your gown. First on
your list of request numbers
you want an evening dress
to play you up romantical-
ly. Then you want your
finishing touches to be bril-
liant, gay, and in harmony
with your festive mood -
jewels, your bag, and glove;.
to- 25-00


For anything from dancing
to an afternoon "coke" date,
a print's the thing. And you
can't go wrong with an El-
len Kaye, sold at Collins ex-
]6.95 to 25.00
Others 12.95 and up


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