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January 11, 1922 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Traing for Leadership
BUSINESS LEADERSHIP is a matter of
mental training and ability plus a knowledge
of business principles and their practical
application to business life. In addition to your
undergraduate work, which should serve as solid
foundation, it will be well to consider the advisa-
bility of special training which will cut off years of
apprenticeship in the business world.
The Babson Institute offers an intensive training
course of one or two years-which teaches the fun-
damental principles of business and how to apply
them in the conduct of commercial affairs. By
laboratory methods the student is shown and
taught the principles of Executive, Management
which have built many of America's leading con-
cerns. Babson Institute is conducted for the pur-
pose of aiding young men, who are to occupy
positions of responsibility and trust to fill such
positions ably and with credit to themselves.
Write for Booklet
Igou are seriously ambitious for leadership send for
boo/el. You will learn oft/he unusual methods peculiar
to this institution by which men are fitted without loss
of time for executive positions. Merely send your
name and address to
B absonInstitute

Important Campus Events Of 1921

Dec. 10-Medical merger.
Dec. 12-Lichtenberg football man-
ager.

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Dec. 16-3-hop date announ
Dec. 16-Opera starts trip.
Jan. 4-Vick all-American.

(Continued from Tuesday's edition.)
Nov. 1-Lester made costumer for
opera.
Nov. 2-Campus theater plans.
Nov. 3-Site chosen for Clements
library.
Deans' conference prepares for
price war.
Nov. 8-Foch visits Ann Arbor.
Mortarboard Initiates.
Union Life membership drive starts.
Nov. 11-Armistice celebration.
Nov. 12-Michigan ties Wisconsin.
Nov. 15-Frost reception.
Nov. 16-Class toque day.
Nov. 18-Plan University movie.

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team.
Nov.
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Dec.
Dec.
eleven.
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Dec.
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19-J-Hop to be reestablished.
20-Michigan beats Minnesota,
20-Sophs win fall games.
23-McCorm~ack sings.
27-Eckersall's all-conference
29-Musical clubs concert.
29-Bishop Remington speaks.
1-Twenty men football

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6-Opera opens.
6-oGebel football captain,
8-Sigma Xi elects.

Department 350

Wellesley, Hills, 82, Mass.

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At nouncing
Substantially Reduced
Prices
On Many Desirable Models
of Type Shoes, including the
"Buckingham"
A Complete Display Over
CALKIN'S DRUG STORE
TOM LALLY, Representative
ON GRAND CIRCUS PARK
DETROIT

SCHOOL OF MUSIC '
RECITAL TONIGHT
Advanced students of the School
of Music will give their second re-
cital of the year at 7:30 o'clock this
evening at the school. These pro-
grams are planned with special care,
and are designed to apepal to the
general public as well as to students
and teachers of music.
The program will be as follows:
Sonata, Op. 57..........Beethoven
Alegro Assai
Ermine Hackbarth
Birthday Song ............Woodman
Theme and Variations........Proch
Esther IHollands
The Sea ..................Palmgren
Sposalizio..................Liszt
Juba Dance.... .............Dett
Minnie Huber
Concerto, No. 2, D minor......Spohr
(First Movement)
Clarence Post
Strange Lands and People;
Catch Me If You Can. ...... .Schmmn
-ibefe-- ..........Kreisler
Love Me or Not ...............Seccht
Requiem ......................Foote
Love Song .................Brahms
Richmond Gardner
Impromptu, Op. 36..........Chopin
Reftets "ans lean..........Debussy
Gordon Loud
Albumblatt .........Wagner-Wilhelm
Josephine Connable
Prelude
Vision Fugitive ..........Prokofieff
Etude
Max Ewing
WHINERY RESIGNS AS HEAD
OF DAILY EDITORIAL BOARD
Thomas 3. Whinery, '23L, who has
been acting this year in the capacity
of chairman of the Daily Editorial
board, has resigned his position to
take up work with the Michigan Law
Review. L. Armstrong Kern, '22, will
take Whinery's place with The Daily.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv

SHURERT Wed. & Sat. Mat. 5"c to
MICHIGAN Nlights 75c to $2.50
(DETROIT)
The Providence Players Present
"SThe Emperor Jones"
By Eugene O'Neill
with CHARLESCILPIN
GAR RICK Mat. Wed. Sat. 5oc to x.sn
Nights - 50Sc t0 2.0o
DETROIT
EDDIE CANTOR
in
"The Midnight Rounders"
with NAN HALPERIN
and Glittering Chorus
RAE
IAST TIMES TODAY
"BURIED TREASURE"
A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL
with
MARION DAVIES
Also Christy Comedy
This "AD" with 15 ernts will
admit you today
Tomorrow "~DOU1GLAS R'cLFAN"1
Soon: Rudolph Valentino in
"THh SHEIK"
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