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Now exam week is approaching
At a very rapid rate,
So I think I ought to study
And not have another date.
But the dance is so attractive
That I ought to go once more;
And the Huron sure is pretty
From the wooded western shore,
And the room's too hot for working,
And the stars are shining bright-
Oh, gee whiz, boys, what's the differ-
If I go out just tonight?
A COOL ONE FROM A NICE BERGER
"What is the funniest bone in the
body, .Mr. Berger?"
"The humerus, professor."
USE EASTERN ACCENT
I know a good joke on a prof.
I know it would raise a big laugh.
But if I give it away,
I know, too, hell say'
"Your grade, sir, will be cut in half."
NAME GIVEN ON REQUEST
When the army boys went to De-
troit yesterday one of them received
an invitation to return to Ann Arbor
In a Hudson with a friend. He is now
congratulating himself that he got
even with the D. U. R. ,for one of those
trips to Jackson, because he did not
use the return coupon.
THE WESTERN ACCENT
There was a young miss from N. Y.
Who ate her ice cream with a f.
When asked why she did,
She shifted her quid,*
And answered, "That was learned in
"Do you believe in osculation?"
"Assuredly. But at times it does
"What is the best thing to do then?"
"Try another application a day
Mr. M. G. Hedin, The Wolverine
sports reporter, was in Detroit one
day last week. While there he visited
the recruiting office and the armory.
The boys took him out to the cavalry
grounds where they were training the
horses. The cavalry captain said,
"Why don't you join the cavalry,
Hedin? You can ride all the time,
get good pay, kgood care and good
Hedin. "When I get orders to re-
treat I don't want to have to drag no
horse after me."
P. A. T
ROTARY CLUB DELEGATES
ATTEND STATE CONVENTION
Twelve delegates rftreseting the
Ann Arbor Rotary club attended the
Rotary club convention in Battle Creek
You w ill Thursday. Over 400 members from
eothe different Rotary clubs in Michigan
enjoy one at were present at Camp Custer, where
Hom1ethe meetings were held.
A resolution was drawn up and sent
to the war department urging for the
adequate provision of a large number
Price $2.50 of bungalows to be used for officers
and their friends in the different con-
tonments throughout the state.
See them at the
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Cor. Maynard and William Streets
WAD'g CUDES POSITIONS
IN CDEINMENJ OFFICES
Salaries Range from $900 to $6,000 a
Vear; Applicants Slow in
ToMn 2 larger nuncmer is anticipated in the
engincering, medical, and scientific
Rfeturn This Paulaar-t
ReturntTais of the letter firom Regis-
cgt<Ir hill I rediTs larger trar IIall, whic , wee sent from Les
Ireshen (la 1; 1ill Ofisel Chenaux Islands, where he has been
Loss in Othler Classes sucnnerin, is as ollocs a:
'"lbs cismcer sf lareahisco admitted
Contrary to the opinion of the ia- ithus far to the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, is considerably
jority Of people, hews from authentic in excess of hat at the same ete last
University sources seems to ildicate year. This indicates a large Fresh-
that the enrollment at Michigan this man class. I hazard ite guess that
fall will not suffer as heavily as pre- the attendance in the University next
dicted. year will not show so great a reduc
Rlegistrar Arthur G. IIall, in a letter tion as has been anticipated by some."
A large number of government posi-
tions are open to successful appli-
cants. A complete list of the va-
cancies to be filled, together with the
necessary qualifications and additional
information can be procured by ap-
plying at the postolfice on Main street,
or at the sub-postoffice in the Nickels'
Arcade on Maynard street.
Salaries range from $900 to $6,000
a year. Practically all applications
are merely passed upon; the re-
mainder has fixed days for examina-
tions, which are held several times a
List of Vcaneies toI Be Filled
The positions open to men are as
follows: Aeronautical engineer, me-
chanical draftsman, draftsman, me-
chanical engieers assistant inspector
of engineering material, sub-inspector
of ordnance (navy department), in-
spector of small arms, assistant su-
perintendent small arms ammunition,
superintendent smallarms ammuni-
tion, inspectors of artillery ammni-
tion, junior chemist, assistant chemist
and metallurgist, assistant metallurg-
ical chemist, and electrical sub-inspec-
tor. The above branches of govern-
ment service require men immediately.
Many other positions are also listed
and information can be obtained from
the secretary of the local board of ax-
Examinations for entomological in-
spector, scientific assistant in drug-
plant investigations, shop apprentice
and laboratory helper will be held on
August 22. The following examinac
tions will be held for aeronautical
engineer, radio engineer, heating and
ventilating engineer and draftsman,
electrical engineer, mechanical engi-
neer, economist, accountant and chief
draftsman on September 4. Appli-
cants for positions as junior architect,
Junior civil engineer, grade 1, labora-
torian (qualified in chemistry and
physics), and laboratory aid in agri-
cultural technology will be examined
on September 5. On September 11 an
exainination is scheduled for those
applying for a position as expert elec-
trical and mechanical aid.
An assistant and teacher (open to
women) will be examined on August
22 and 23 for the Philippine civil serv-
PLAN TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS
Building and Grouids Commaittee to
Riemodel arious eBiligs
Several minor improvements will be
made on the University grounds by
the building and grounds committee
between the period of summer ses-
sion and the fall term.
The new laundry will probably be
finished before the first of October
and the old laundry will then be con-
verted into a medical laboratory for
the use of Dr. Nellis Foster. The lab
oratory will be devoted to the study
of internal medicine.
At the same time the basement of
the Medical building is to be remodel-
ed. One half is to be made into a
laboratory for the use of Dr. Mark
Marshall in special work in thera-
peutics, while the remaining part will
become a linen store room.
A special benefit of the repair sea-
son will also acrue to the women of
the University'since the upper part
of the Health Service building will be
enlarged and newly decorated.
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KODAK DEVELOPING ;AND FINISHING
PERFECT WORK PROMPT SERVICE
Work called for and delivered
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will offset a considerable loss. Al-
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mc ic have been admitted than at the
camce date a year ago.
While some of the departments are
expected to suffer heavily other de-
partments are looked to, to balance
the enrollment total. In all probabil
ity, the total registration in the liter-
ary college will be smaller, while a
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