ANN ARBOR STEAM
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TO ENTER AUXILIARY
EMPLOYfENT hEAD FILLS AP-
PROXIMATELY 700 POSITIONS
Neil D. Ireland, '18, employment
secretary for the Y. M. C. A. has re-
signed his position to enter the Naval
Auxiliary, and will leave for Cleve-
land next Sunday. The employment
department will be in charge of E. G.
Hersman during the remainder of the
Approximately 814 positions have
been filled through the employment'
office since October. Of these, 142
were permanent, and 652 temporary,
or odd jobs. The total estimated wage
value of the positions filled, assuming
that all permanent positions continue
throughout the year, will approximate,
$21,893. Seven hundred University
men have applied for work during the
Due to the unusually small demand
for student help this year,it has been
impossible to secure work for all of
the applicants. However, practically
all of those most in need of work have
secured it. The policy of the office.
has been to give the job to the man
who needed it most.
Several positions, requiring special
training,' such as picture framing,
stenography, and mechanical drafting,
have not been filled, due to lack of
qualified men, On ma y occasions the
office has been unable fill calls for
temporary help, because the calls for
it came in too late to be filled.
The employment office will be re-
turned to Lane hall the latter part of
this month, with the same phone, 823.
Choice Fits From
A million dollars hs been awarded
to McGill university by the Carnegie
corporation in recognition of McGill's
devotion and self-sacrifice. The money
will be kept as an endowment fund.
party were held last
were nominated: Firs
Huesel; second ward
C. T. Donnelly; fifth
Spathelf; sixth ward,
of Arthur Long tried
offense'the jury failed
deliberating 22 hours.
evening and the
, E. R. Mayer;
The caucuses of the Democratic
In the case
for a statuary
to agree after
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Long will probably have to undergo
a new trial during the May term of
According to announcements a new
draft has been ordered and the local
board expects to begin drafting men
in small groups to fulfill the quota.
The local board expects to complete
the draft of the first registration.
F. L. Keeler, state superintendent of
public instruction, has urged the
teachers in the stateto attend the
lecture given here March 25 by Dr.
George Myers. He will give an ad-
dress on "Vocational Training."
G. L. Thomas, Harold MacCormick
and L. C. Hackbarth have been sent by
the local draft board to San Antonio,
Texas, where they will enter the army
service in the motor department.
Arraig n Canies
In Justice Court
"Bill," familiar canine figure on the
campus, and another bull dog were ar-
raigned in Judge Doty's court yester-
day afternoon as the result of a fracas
on South University avenue which
was brought to a climax by the inter-
vention of Officer Schultz of the city
police force. Both offenders were
whisked to the judicial chambers
wherein a fine and costs amounting to
$8.45 were imposed.
One dog, straining from a leash,
and the other from Officer Schultz's,
grip, growled hymns of hate to each
other during the session of the court.
Representatives of the two fraternities
owning the belligerents and Judge
Doty completed the unusual scene.
Two pleas of guilty were rendered,
as the city ordinance that forbids un-
muzzled .dogs running at large was
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iey37 CITY MEN RECRUITED
tes IN SHIPB 11 DING RESERVE
Thirty-seven nien have signed the
244M -lists of Uncle Sam's shipbuilding re-
- serve which is being recruited at the
local post office. The majority of these
The many shipbuilding yards that
are running under forced construction
plans make it necessary for the navy
department to secure an extra supply
of men to handle the' additional work.
Mechanics and laborers 'are being
called from all parts of the.couutry to
assist the government by helping build
the ships. Any skilled worker will be
enrolled in the reserve upon applica-
tion at the post office.
Ford to Build Second Destroyer Plant
Detroit, March 12.-A seecond ship-
building plant to produce submarinej
destroyers is to be erected near New-
ark, N. J., by Henry Ford, local auto-'
nobile manufacturer., according to in-
formation given out here yesterday,
The eastern plant is to be an exact du-
plication of the one in course of con-
struction by Mr. Ford at River Rouge
Completion of the plant is expected
within three months and it is planned
to turn oAt the submarine killers at
great speed. Its proximity to the At-
lantic seaboard was pointed to today
as making for a minimum of delay of
getting the new crafts in action. >
Six hours of garden work is to be
substitued for six hours of laboratory
for freshman botanists at the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati. A similar experi-
ment proved successful last year, and
the instructors declare the system in-
teresting and instructive.
To the best "all-around" girl who
has made enough points in athletics to
own a sweater, Miss Juliet Maxwell,
director of woman's physical educa-
tion at the University of Indiana, of-
fers a yearly prize beginning next
"Doctor of Public Health" is a new
degree which has appeared iR the an-
nual catalogue o rown university.
More than 100 scientifl schools and
colleges have volunteered to offer
coures to train drafted men for spec-
ial service in the army.-The Daily
Eleven fraternity houses at North-
western university were canvassed by
chaperoned co-eds last week, during
the drive for the sale of War Savings
stamps, The girls met with unusual
The University of California has in-
stalled a course for the training of
voices for the soldiers in giving com-
All men eligible for taking part in
varsity athletics at Harvard must en-
roll in some naval or military course,
according to a recent announcement
of Dean Briggs.
Ice Rate Not to Be Raised in City .
Despite the fact that many cities are
considering a raise in the price of ice,,
Ann Arbor ice dealers declare that,
they will not advance their present
price for some time. Last year the
price of ice in this city was raised to,
$10 a ton to meet'the increased cost
in manufacture. At present, mater-
ials necessary in the manufacture are
plentiful, and the dealers feel that the
prices for them do not justify a raise.i
Arrange for Your
ol at present
he Galen so-
of the col-
Advanced studeuto of the University
School of Music will give a concert
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
Frieze Memorial hall.
The following program will be giv-
Etude, F minor .. . ..........Liszt
Concert de Mazurka.....Ovid Musin
Indian Lament .... Dyrak-Kreisler
Arabesque in E........,....Debussey
Music Box .................iao
Prelude, F major, No. 18.......Pach
Etude, Op. 10, Nos. 3 and 5
. - . . . . ... . Chopin
Clara Lund ell
Japanese Sunset ...........:.Deppen
Souvinir de Lubeck ........Reineke
Papillons, Op. 2 .......... Schumann
FLOUR FAMINE IS POSSIBILITY
IN DETROIT; SUPPLY LOW
Detroit, March 12. - According to
William B. Campbell of the Commer-
cial Milling company, one of the larg-
est mills in Michigan, Detroit's food
supply is so low that a three-day store
of a year ago must now be conserv-
ed to last ten days, Under govern-
ment instructions, the mills are re-
leasing to the dealers only 40 per
cent of what they had a year ago,
and only half of this amount will be
delivered at one time.
"The country's flour supply needs
must gradually diminish," said Mr.
Campbell, "because the mills are clos-
ing as fast as they are grinding their
allotment of wheat, and they will have
no more wheat until the next crop.,
Although Mr. Campbell admits that
GLEN OREN, Manager
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Wednesday morning we will have in our em
--that's a real cook-"just like mother."
Come in once and get acquainted with Oren
will be there.
We want young men for trav-
eling salesmen during the sum-
mer months, especially men who
can travel for three or more
consecutive summers. We pay
a straight salary with traveling
expenses, bonus and commis-
sions. Address: Sales Manager,
W. H. Hll Company, 56 Selden
to the I Chemical Sorority Offers Prize
Now Iota Sigma Pi, women's honorary
e the chemical sorority, is offering a prize
.s are of $5 for the best essay on the sub-
have ject, "Women in Chemistry." This
nove- gift was made possible through the
. generosity of an alumna.
The contest will close June 1.
Acad- - -
rings, Free -Exhibition, of Raemaeker's
y ap- Great War Cartoons, daily at James
r. Foster's House of Art.-Adv.
The official R . 0. T. C. and U. M.
Insignia have arrived at Erenry & Co.
715 N. University.-Adv.
the situation is grave, he neverthe-
less does not entirely share the ap-
prehension of some distributors who
say that Detroit faces a real flour
famine between March 15 and April 1._
Sale of Smileage Books Progresses
Smileage books are still on sale at
many business places throughout the
city although the active campaign for
selling them ended in the middle of
February. Those in charge of their
sale in Ann. Arbor do not know how'
many have been sold since the cam-
paign was concluded. The business
men handling them are only required
to hand in reports once a month. The
next ones are not due until.the end of
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