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i ECONOMIC ESSAY

azil President
Started Life As
Clerk In Grocery

INTELLIGENT AND INTERESTED

TAKE A REMINGTON PORTABLE

Home With You

Your bank should be sound, accurate and

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LANUSCRIPTS ON PURCHASING
POWER WANTED BY
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efficient. But that is not enough.

Banking

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For the best manuscript on the sub-
Ject "A Statistical Index of the Pur-
chasing Power of Consumers in the
United States" three prizes will be
given by the J. Walter Thompson
company, New York City, amounting
to '$1,500 for the first, $800 for the'
second, and $500 for the third.'
The purpose for this competition as
stated by the J. W. Thompson com-
pany, is to drevelop if possible methods
and material which wil be of definite
use in the more accurate measure-
ment of the purchasing power of com-
munities.
The, competition is open to any3
contestant, man or woman, college
graduate or not. No minimum of
maximum lengths are specified for the
papers. The judges wil give full con-
sideration to t'e ouality of writing,
necessary st--porting evidence, and
relevancy of material, in judging the
quality and adequacy of a contest-
ant's paper. For further information!
write the J. Walter Thompson corn-
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"Garg" Advocates
A. Gump As Dean

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Christmas atmosphere will be cre-
ated on the campus Wednesday as a
ftting., iApetus for, the coming holi-~
days when the'Santa Claus number of
the Gargoyle - is placed on sale. A
red and white cover, with a sleigh,
snow and all of the typical Christmas
scenes, drawn' by'A. T. Peck, '25, in-
troduces the issue.
Burlesques on some of the leading
cartoonistsc 9f the, day introduce An-
dy Gump as a candidate for the posi-
tion of dean of men and Maggie Briggs;
as the dean of women. "Paw" of "Pol-
ly and her Pals" fame is made a pro-r
fessor, and Evertt True gives vent to
his usual rage against one of theM
campus errors.
The Michigan Daily Sunday maga-.
zine is muade the subject of a page of
comment. The Honorable Stetson
Dobbs is interviewed in a style typical
of the magazine. Further satirical
material on' student publications is
included in a publications banquet
menu that lasts from "Toasted Rolls"
to "High' Scream".
A copy, of one of the contributions
that did not get accepted as the Mich-
igan opera is published in full. It is
called "Over and Under" and the
scenes and music are remarkably like
that of the production that was used.
Poetry is especially featured in the
.number. ' Christmas poems that are
unusual and poems that are 'related,
to evry subject from college women
tO "The Cabbage Tree" are. published.
PIROFS. WENLEY, HENDERSON,
'BRUXM GIVE EXTENSION TALKS:
'Three University Extension lec-
tures were delivered in the state yes-'
terday by members of the faculty.
Prof.-Robert MA Wenley, of the phil-
osophy department, spoke at School-
craft on "Scotch Proverbs and' Stor-
ies' Befor~e .the Ladies Library Asso-
ciation. Prof- William D. Henderson,
of ?the Extension departm'ut, address=
ed 'the Alba "Columbia club at White
Pigeon on 'The Social Problem of the'
Boy and the Girl".
Prof. John L. Brumm, of the jour-
nalism department, talked at Kalama-
zoo on "Education and Life" before
the Kalamazoo Court of the Catholic
Daughters of America.
Band Tendered Banquet
Members of the Varsity band at-
tended a banquet in their honor at the
Chamber of Commerce, last night. The
Kiwanis club acted as host. The ban-
quet was in recognition of the serv-
ices which the band' performed when
they accompanied the local Kiwanis
club to their convention at Toronto.
Father Michael Bourke was the prin-
cipal speaker.

President Arthur Bernardes
ThiPty-four years ago a thirteen-
year-?ld boy left school in Visosas,
state of Minas Geraes, Brazil, and
started his business career as a gro-
cery clerk, selling beans and rice. He
became manager, bookkeeper, lawyer
and politician. Now he is President
Arthur Bernardes of Brazil.
WO, KALEIS TO AOORESS'
Members of the Engineering Society
will gather at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
the assembly hall of the Union "ur
their third discussion meeting o :hc.
year. Entertainment features have
been provided, including speecl, s, a
boxing match, and music.
MMr. W. R. Kales, engineer c t:c:
new field house at Ferry field, and
Prof. E. M. Bragg, of the department
of marine engineering, will address
the organization. Under the auspices
of the Boxing club Clifford McKeck-1
nie, '23E, and George Wolinitz, '24,
will stage a boxing,match. Music will;
be provided by Frank Pollen's or-
chestra, James J. Johnson, '23, and
the quartette of the Varsity Glee club. I
Refreshments and smokes will be
served.
Members of the society will be ad-
mitted to the smoker upon presenta-
tion of their membership card.
Michigan Song Book, Monory
Books,. Bauner and. Pennants at
Wahr's University Bookstore-Adv.

E VERY woman of refinement
wants the same daintiness and
good taste reflected in her "quiet-
hour" slippers as in her shoes for
street wear.
That is why so many women are
interested in the beautiful Daniel
Green Boudoir .Slippers we are
showing. You can take their-c m-

fort for granted, for they 'are hAdd
in the famous Daniel Greafsc=
tory, where their felt Comfy Slip.
pers are made.
You will enjoy looking over the
s any beautiful designs in or
store. They give you a wide
range of choice to ma.tch your fa-
vorite frocks and dainty negligee.

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Westerners Mreet Tonight.
Special entertainmnt 'will be pro-
vided for the last meeting of the West-
erners club before Christmas vaca-
tion, at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Lane
hall. Plans for a party to be given
in Ann Arbor during vacation for the
membors of the club not planning to
return to their homes will also be dis-
cussed.
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PRIVATE\LESSONS
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