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MISCELLANEOUS LAUNDERING

ESMWT Course Is Organized 1
For War Personnel Managers
An ESMWT fall series course ii education or equivalent industrial ex-
"Selection of Personnel" opened in I perience.
Detroit yesterday under the supervi- Ann Arbor's course in radio circuits
sion of Prof. J. W. Riegel, it was an- is being given for the first time and
nounced by Prof. R. H. Sherlock, co- concerns itself with elementaryan-
ordinator for the University of Michi- alysis of radio circuit components. It
areineerori nScienesatyndMan-is under the direction of T. W. Hilde-
gan Engineering. Science and Man- brandt.
agement War Training program. - . -

Highlights

LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox
Careful work at low price.

darned.

FOR SALEI
F3OR.FULLER BRUSHES - Phone
6835.j
CHRISTMAS CARDS-The largest'
selection in town. All imprinted
with your name. From 50 for $1.00}
up. Craft Press, 305 Maynard St.

ROOM and BOARD

ROOM & BOARD for 2 men students
who can work part time. Phone
7070.
PERSONALS
WILL PERSON to whom I loaned
brown Esterbrook pen during regis-
tration please return it to George
Darrow, 303 Wenley House. 2-4401.
HELP WANTED.
ROOM in exchange for attending
furnace and yard. Call 7021, 417
S. 4th Ave.
STUDENT or a student and ,wife.
Meals in exchange for work. Call
2-1293. Address, 520 S. Forest.
PART TIME GAS ATTENDANT-
Hickey Service Station, corner
Main and Catherine, opposite post
office.
BOY to help in kitchen for board.
Hours are short, work is easy. Call
2-1682.
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Phi Sigma Delta fraternity
pin on campus. Finder please call
Bob Stahl-2-4589. Reward.
LOST: Wallet with valuable papers.
If found, keep money, return wal-
let. Bill Teesdale, West Quad.
DOESN'T the person who swapped
light blue coats at Union Friday
want her long skinny one back in
return for my short and wider one?
Please call Helen Ruskin, 2-4200.

Enrollment for this course was re-
ported at 50 persons, who in order to
be eligible must be presently engaged
in employment-interviewing in war'
} industries. Professor Riegel, in com-
menting about the new course, said
that it was well-received because of
the large employment program that
industries expect to be forced to insti-
tute in the next six or nine months.
"The course includes job analysis
for selection purposes, practice inter-
viewing, use of references, and the
induction of new employees-all sub-
jects that personnel managers must
be familiar with when interviewing
the women, older workers and people
transferred from non-essential indus-
tries to replace draft losses," Profes-
sor Riegel said.
The course will last 16 weeks and
meetings will be held twice a week.
Beginning next Monday two other
fall series ESMWT courses will be
started in Ann Arbor. These are;
courses in mechanical drawing and
elementary fundamentals of radio
circuits. The mechanical drawing
course will involve use of instruments,
application of geometry and ortho-
graphic projections. In order to en-
roll a person must have a high school
Speech Defects
Of New Students
To Be Corrected
Freshman and transfer students
having speech defects serious enough
to warrant training and correction
will be notified this week and should
apply for an interview as soon as pos-
sible after receiving this notification
at the Speech Clinic, 1007 E. Huron
St.
Professor H. Harlan Bloomer, di-
rector of the Speech Clinic announced
yesterday that five per cent of the
newly-enrolled students have been
recommended for training. However,
facilities are limited and it is neces-
sary that these students apply im-
mediately, he said.
Any student who hasn't received
some communication from the speech
clinic, and who is in need of speech
correction should call at the speech
clinic and make application, as train-
ing schedules are being made up now.

Student Directs
DebateSquad
Members of the women's debating
team will carry on inter-collegiate
debates, discussions and other speech
activities this year under the direc-
tion of Miss Jane Grills, graduate
student.
Although no definite schedule has
been arranged as yet, plans are under
way for debates with Michigan State
Normal College, Albion, Kalamazoo
College, Western Michigan College of
Education and Michigan State Col-
lege. The women will also work with
Wayne University in some of their
speech bureau activities in Detroit.
The topic this year is one dealing
with post-war world organization.
The team will debate the question,
"Should the United Nations estab-
lish a permanent federal union?" The
type of federal union to be established
will be considered in the various dis-
cussion groups.

On Campus... J
Registration At Unionw
All male students of the University
who have not as yet registered for
the 1942-'43 year in the Michigan !
Union are urged to do so immediate-
ly, from 3 to 5 p. m. in the Union Stu-
dent Offices.
University WAAC's
Among the first University women
to be commissioned in the Women's
Army Auxiliary Corps are Charlotte
Homehouse, '38; Barbara Richards,
'41; Elizabeth Guild, '39 and Ger-
trude V. Pratt, Grad., all of whom re-
ceived their training at Fort Des
Moines, Iowa. Miss Pratt is now a
2nd Lieutenant. The others have been
commissioned as Third Officers.
Astronomical ObservationI
The first in a series of public stel-
lar observations of the Astronomy
Department will be held at 8:00 p. m.
today in the Students' Observatory on
the fifth floor of Angell Hall. The
specific object of study for this eve-
ning is the moon.
Avukuh Will Meet
Avukah, student Zionist organiza-
tion, will hold a wiener roast and pic-
nic on the island Sunday evening.
The group will meet in front of the
Rackham Building and leave prompt-
ly at 5 p. m. Suppers will be supplied
at cost.

Ann Arbor Organizes For War
Ranking among the leaders of large nounced the appointment of Mrs.
cities acting upon the suggestion of Charles Fisher to direct the organiza-
the State Defense Council for bring- tion of neighborhood clubs which will
ing wartime opportunities to every bring opportunities for war activities
family regardless of race, color or such as salvage, consumer control,
creed, Ann Arbor yesterday took the child care, nurse's aides in all homes.
first step in the development of its Chief Air raid Warden James J.
Neighborhood War Clubs. O'Kane will assist Mrs. Fisher in us.
Mayor Leigh J. Young, chairman ing the geographical divisions already
of the City Defense Council, an- set up by him.
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in a 4eat$-1aing, dramatic ator o deat4/e63 Ieroi3m
"Odyssey Through Hell"
The thrilling saga of an American woman among the death-defying Chetniks,
Yugoslavia's unconquerable guerrillas, and her thirteen months of horror in eleven
Nazi prisons.
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old day in and day out

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