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rkMtjJ4Y, AU(.+UST 4, 1922 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY GE THREE

WILHOLD EXAMS FOR
ARM OFICERS SEP1.9
ARMY, NATIONAL GUARD, RESERV-
ES, UNIVERSITY .GRAJUATES
ELIGIBLE
Final examinations for appointment
of second lieutenants in the regular
army will be heald the week beginning
department of military science and
Sept. 9, Prof. Robert Arthur of the
tacties, announced yesterday. This
examination will be open to all class-
es of eligibles for appointment, and
appointments will be tendered suc-
cessful candidates shortly. before Dec.
31, 1922.
Vacancies exist in each of the fol-
lowing branches: Infantry, cavalry,
field artillery, coast artillery, engineer
corps, air service, signal corps, quart-
ermaster corps, ordnance department,
chemical warfare service, finance de-
partment, and Philippine scouts.
Applications should be submitted on
the prescribed form to the command-
ing general, Sixth corps ares, 1819
West Pershing road, Chicago, Ill., or
to the professor of military science
and tactics, University of Michigan,
room 220, Enginering building, Ann
Arbor, Mich. Forms may be obtained
from either of these offices or from the
adjutant general of the army, Wash-
ingtan, D. C.
Eligibility for appointment is fixed
by law, and candidates must be citiz-
ens of the United States between 21
and 30 years of age. At the time of
the final examination each candidate
must be in one of the following class-
es:
(a) A warrant officer or enlisted
man of the regular army with not less
than two years' service.
(b) A reserve officer or a member
of the enlisted reserve corps.
(c) An officer, warrantaofficer, or
enlisted man of the National guard.
(d) A graduate of the University.
Civilians who pass the preliminary
examination may become eligible for
the final examination by entering eith-
er class (b) or (c).
The preliminary examination in-
quires into the physical moral and
-mental qualifications of candidates,
The final examination is the same for
all candidates and consists (1) an ele-
mentary part embracing history, gram-
mar, geography, arithmetic, algebra,
geometry, trignomentary, and physics,
and (2) an advanced part embracing a
large number of subjects (mathemat-
ics, mechanics; surveying, languages,
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literature, chemistry, law, minor tac-
tics) from which the candidate
chooses three in which he is examined.
Liberal exemptions are granted to
candidates according to their educa-
tion ,training, and experience .
Detailed information may be ob-
tained from Major Robert Arthur, room
220, Engineering building, or any of
the officers in the city or any milit-
ary station. Examinations will be
held at Fort Brady, Mich., Camp Cust-
er, Mich., and Fort Wayne, Mich.
Professor White Leaves on Taeaion
Prof. Albert E. White, director of the
department of engineering research,
and family left early yesterday on
a motor trip to Ironton, Mich., where
he will spend a month's vacation.
DELIVERT NOTICE
Complaints against the deliv-
ery of The Daily may be enter-
ed by calling 960. If you are
not getting your paper, or if the
delivery is irregular please call
us.
Solvay Athletic Club, Whitmore
Lake, special frog, fish, and chicken
dinners. Room and board by day or
lveek.-Adv.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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Today-Screen
Arcade-Agnes Ayres in "Bord-
erland"; comedy and news.
Wuerth-Patsy Ruth Miller and
Cullen Landis in "Watch Your
Step"; comedy.
Orpheum-Viola Dana in "There
Are No Villians"; comedy.
This Week-Stage
Garricka(Detroit) - iBonstelle
company in "Dear Me."

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Friday - Saturday
Viola Dana
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Johnnie Hines
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and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
GARRICK MTSn.Tus 5
Night, 25-50.7651
13th Annual season 13th Week
TAE BN S T ELLE Co.
li 'he Whimsical. Fascinating Comedy
"EAR ME"A Played byHale
Next Week-"EVERYDAY [Rue
COL.UMN CL.OSES AT 3 P..M,
GOING EAST? Want company? Two
students leaving Aug. 13 would like
tojoin with auto party leaving about
Aug. 13. Box N. J., care Summer,
Daily. 34-21
WANTED-A club of 30 or 35 boys to
board for the next school year.
Fine location near campus. Box W,
Michigan Daily. 36-2
SITUATION WANTED-First class
typing promptly done. Call 1016 W
mornings. 362
WANTED-To rent rooms or small
apartment for coming year. Box B.
D., Michigan Daily. 33
LOST-Bill fold with sum of money at
Whitmore Lake. Call Don at 5-M.
$5.0 reward. 36

TODAY AND SATURDAY
Die Picture so widely Acclaimed at the
Capitol Theatre in Detroit where it is
Playing Today!

If You Wish to
Save Money
You
Better
Hurry.
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ParkerPea
Sale
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BORDERLAND"
Agnes Ayres was never so alluring as in this appealing
drama of impetuous young love. Lavishly produced.
Milton Sills and Casson Ferguson in the cast.

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