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William P. Henderson--Varsity has- intercollegiate debating team, freshl of directors, Michigan Optic advisory EgbertI
e Q ualifications Of h(t~all, V7arsity football, elan spread committee, board ofj board. Keandnaseth
Women's League, vice-president of tW~1ter' K. Scherer--w-bslCess ;toff ad1,l
anldidaties For F 1 ee tions STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; Women's League. i of The D~aily, Student counifjl. Michig aner
President Blanche Kynast-Portia literary so-! Plilip J. Schneider -- Thle Daily, commnitIte,
Harry C. Clark-(See record above). clety, Junior class social commiiittee. ° Michiigaiiensian editor a)' fraternity yWilliamn
of candidates to heC ]Edvward C. Mlla er----sssta nt rec- Mllillard I1I. Pryor--The Daily, public- Oratorical board. andI senior sections, chaiirmanu tdenIt mngr
ays llcapu eec secretary, chairm11an temnporar'y ity conmittee S. C. A., chairman com- iTreasurer ro,,iinng committee, general chain.n a i~il i,
;low. The records have directory and information commnittee, mittce of Wesleyan guild, general sec-i Frank II. Backstrom-Varsit y cen-ofIniaretonc mtet aktebod
the ofelectioncptoncomicommit- ee har
inoofteomi-Union executic coiuncil,, announce- retary of !Chamber of Commerce,, tral league debating team., squad.-C tro
piino h o mi-nent cos.mitt-e, reception committee. chairman of membership committee of Ew'iC rpe-raue f Mro i th-aaigeio
sing but revelent facts Literary Tice-President !Adelphi. Alpha .:'i, treasurer of Chamber of of The Daily, Student Advisory coin-hoe
camps wrkoteSecretary Commerce, track squad. imitteC.
dae.HryC l,--ahrsdycr orman B. Johnson-Varsity debat-
NT COUNCIL inittee, Unlionl editor, swimming pool; -
esident drive, Milne, plaver, J-Hop committee, ilig teals, winner of exteluporancous IOR) CNROIF TDNT10 I N OTO 1
udent council, nlianag-S.. C. A. connttee chairman, Theseaigcnstchrmnvaiol PUBLICATIONS! T-L IC
yeBorinCnrlDaily: conmmittee of S. C. A., president ofIRa on AnLdt-buinssmng
Evangelistic board of Baptist guild. HuhK uedMciaosa, RyodAnt*uiesmngr
blcations, Michigan James Dresbach -- Union opera,. R;obert Straub-S. C. A. cabinet, Gar- president of Junior literary class, of Where-to-Go, freshman track and
chimnentertainment committee, E oldrco fCabro a-Uincmite.cross country, varsity track and cross1
c-Uin ebr h aeirdngolofirctomodChabelofCoi- Uioncotitte
1 ronmmbrhp rsiet fCmeyclb erce. Harry lHoey--Night. 'editor of The cur~
r'man swimng pool Edward C. Stark--High nian in Un- 1Diy no omtes ulct Stewart R. Boyer -- (See record
ry committee, Union ioni life membership drive, housings above).
counil. comitte, fll rcepton cmmitee, ORATORICAL ASSOCIAT ION committee of 1024 class, chairman. ___-__
ionom Presidentf Julian E Mack-Athletic program,
pONnit eas amangro lery . K.F Clardy--id-WVest debating night editor of The Daily, Union coils- Vteln campus eeLostdy
JNIN mtte, ssstat anaerof le clb.team, Central League debating team, iit'a
esident Donald WV. Steketee--Secretary stu- rtrclcnts.mtes TODAY IS "x" DAY.4
ll-Secretary Student, dent advisory committee, sophomore oaoia ots. Ewr .:kcobmngnoi
ttee, chairman Sopho- Prom committee, Gargoyle. Donald O. Cook -Oratorical board, tor of Chimes, chairman of senior
speaker for Adelphi, Varsity Mid-West E ~i111i!1111111!liill!l11
irman Adnvisory corn- Engineering Vic-President I(latntem class memorial committee. IIIh~l~I9Iml~~lIumi~jIf;
daing lbrtt.Pareraderisig an . DOROTHY B. LOWRY
al eter reparaetio os !C A. Caiupli I--Sophom~ore engmn- 3. K. Dunn- -Varsity debating team, aeb~ ~e. ayuiriiaae r ~~
i cering class president, president eng- treasurer, and vice-president of Al- f h DilOrtrialbar. 0 1t3't V an ldgOR
inent committee, Lin.. ineering honor commiittee, general' iha Nu, winner of extemporaneousofTeDiyOrticlbad. 66itNt Bn d'
Da ean- Bates port- Max R. Schrayer-managing editor ' Hours. 1-6,p m. Phone 4 13
an- chairman Union life membership drive,j speaking contest, Oratorical board, of theMcignsin Chimes board V~f j
oeChimnSuetcucl chaiirman or local oratorical contes s. ______________l_11________________________________________________
Dogesst-C hairman nion______________________________________
Unasstn h ion William C. Kratz-Treasurer of En- Vice-President____________________________
dieadsi ig'gineering society, assistant general l debtin
chairman of Union opera. i taynriana lasgow-- arsity
dgsertrdeatIdeaigfinance campaign of Law Vice-President sity cheering squads, Adclphi hiouse
Stewart R. Bayer-Manages Varsity! representative.I Spring iBians
y-Vice-president jun- baseball, chairman. Union committee.! Norman B. Johnsorn---(See record j
s, Episcopal vice-pies- I S. C. A. cabinet, J-Hop committee. above).j Light Lunches4
k,, student committee Bowen E. Schiumacher-Night Edit- Secretary9
s, organizations editor or of The Daily, assistant managingk Fried a Diekhoff-Vice-president of Daity saladS
an, J-Hop committee, i editor of Chimes, Michigan Law Re- sophomore class, secretary of AthenaI
drive, fall reception view, advisory committee of junior Cooling "drinks
it chairman of S. .I law class. ,-------------

FL. Isbell-T'wicl team. i house Managers to .beet Tomorrow
SKerr--Freshuman Toot lmlli All fraternity house man agers have
Wali squad, f'eattue itor of been reqluestedt to meet. at 7:30 o'clock
11iiau.Union efitrtaimuten; tomorrow in room 318 of the Union.
qFath ers (ay' commmth'e. AIt this time the interscholastic depart-
imeut wishes to bring before them
H. ^:e:'ncr -- l r. zu .;1alan for housing the athletes who will
secret~t;y manag~er's club of attend the interscholastic track meet
chairmnan atlilotli u commit- which ilbehdhreMy1an
of athletic dirttor~s, ilbehlihr0ay1 n
.B. Stahl --- (;gee record,


Work in which your
college caeer 'counts
Choose a life-work in, which all you have
learned will count -where you will continue to
learn through association with men of high
calibre-where your education will be an aid in
meeting men.
Enter the insurance profession. Insurance -
Fire, Marine and Casualty -places you at once
in touch with big' business men. Not only will all
you have learned be an asset but you will be daily
increasing your education along economic and
industrial lines., The Insurance business makes big
men. Choose Insurance as your life-work.
The Insurance Company, of North America is
a national, historical institution - founded in
1792--with over a century and a'quarter of well
earned prestige. Conservative policies and de-
pendable ser'vice have been responsible for the
growth and for the constructive activities of the
Company in the development of the entire,
insurance profession.
Insurance Company oft
North America
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
wrrite practically every form of im uance except life.




ra, tap room entertain-
ee, Spring games com-
il chairman of upper
v committee, Union life l

-2awson--Chlairman of. J-Hcr,
drum major Varsity band,
ra, assistant chairman of
advisory committee, Union
potlmgb,t, Union executive
tairman Father's day.
J. Lynch-Chairman Union
pool campaign, assistant
advisory comtmittee chair-
n opera committee, execu-f
itee, Union summer sp)ot-
--man special train to 0. S.
esident of Student council,
pring games, chairman Cap)
surer Engineering society,
)phornore engineering class,

{ AlMedic Vice-PresidentI
Howard B. Hoffman--Board of con-f
Carleton, B. Peirce-Junior music
committee chairman, Union opera, as-I
sistanlt manager of Varsity band, and
mnanager of Varsity band .
Combined Vivs-Presielent
Gilbert C. Ely--Ttack teatm.

Votes In ecampuli~s elections today.
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Suits with extra. Trousers f
No o.Sat t
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Pleasant'. surroundings

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Tuttles Lunich Room

33M Maynard. St.

South of Majestic

;t--Assistant rec-{
tairman registra-1
utive council, re-
life membership
1drive, annlounce-'

K ~h Jm' Burke s Whitmore,
Lake daningpavilio nFri-
Y ;day and Saturday, May - .th
and t 4, t4 t

gradat School ofBusiness
A two-year course i busin ess, open' to, college graduates,.
leading to the- degree of Master in Business MAmiistration

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eery 11. Hubbard-Union life mem-
ship drives, swhuii~g pool drives,
retary of. ugineering society,
surer of junior engineering class,
etary of sophomore class.
ote In the campus elections today.

TPoints of interest regardin 1
1. The above graph shows the
gerowth in enrolnent and the
lgenmeofsuet ping rom institutions other than
Harvard. During the present
year 158 colleges are repre-
i. The case methodis used. Actual
problems obtained' from bu si-
ness are used as the basis, of i n-
struction. A staff' of investiga.
tors is constantly at work ga.
erinig problems.
3. Business is regarded and studied
as a profession.
4. What thestudents intheSchool
think of the training which they,
receive is indicated by the high

the Harvard 'EusinessSchool:


Your bank should be sound, accurate and

percentage of eligible first year
men who return to complete
the course-84 per cent. the
present year.'
5. The training in the. School
materially shortens the appren-
tice period in-business. A
poietbusiness man recent-
lysaid "n the basis of our ek-
perience with your graduates, I
estimate that you are saving
themx five years net. Six
months after they come to us,
your, mien are as well fitted to
assume responsibility and. to
make decisions as the typical
college man at thirty."
The enrolment is limited in first
year courses.


But that is not enough.


service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.

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That is what this bank tries to be.


For further information a':d enrolment blanks, write to
Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration
University 23, Cambridge, Massachusetts


101-105 SO. MAIN

330, So. STATE ST.






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P Written Work
At Babson Institute they make a
business of teaching business to
college trained men who wish to
fill positions of responsibitity and
and trust without spending years at
routine work.
Standard office equipment through-
out. No classes or lectures, but a
business schedule of work fr-am 8:30
to 5:00 oclock, including daily con-
ferences. directed by men with years
of business experience, and discus-
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executives at their plants. This re-
moves the instruction from the hypo-
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to look at things in the same light as
a man actually engaged in business.
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
fitting men for executive responsi-
bilities, invites you to send for the
booklet. "Training for Business
Leadership." 'S'rite today.
abson Institute

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checks for
stripes for




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