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THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1924

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Editor And Professor Rivals
in Connecticut Senate
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Race

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thus making advertising and window
display a vital part of business sei-
HAMER FCMR December 7 Named
Dean Edmund E. Day, of the School 'Tuberculosis Day'
of Business Administration, presided
at the "Trade in Ann Arbor" pro- In a letter received by T. J. erle,
gram held by the Chamber of Com- executive secretary of the Michigan
merce at their luncheon yesterday Tuberculosis association, Gov. Alex J.
noon in the Chamber of Commerce Groesbeck announced that Sunday,
buidin. J W.Gristof hicgowasDec. 7, would be set aside as Tubercu-
builing JokenGriest, of Chicaon wat losis Sunday in M ichigan. Mr. Groes-
Sdue to his illness, Frank Stockdale, beck also mentioned in his letter that
secretary of the Retail Merchants' it would be fitting for all pastors to
Institute of Chicago, handled Mr. emphasize on that day the importance
Griest's subject "The Need of Prac- of the work which the association has
tical Training in Business." so long carried on for the better
Mr. Stockdale pointed out that all health and happiness of the people of
have either a direct or indirect inter- tl 's st te.
est in-business and its economical ad- The sale of Christmas seals whichl
ministration. "The universities of the extends from Thanksgiving to Christ-
country have come to recognize the mas is the sole support of the organiz-
value of a practical training in busi- ation which fights tuberculosis and
ness," he said, "and they realize that which is now in its 16th year of exist-
to succeed one must have a true ap-, nce inthis state.
preciation of values." Thirty percent
of the people of this country are in the Washington, Dec. 2.-A delegation
retail business, according to Mr. of members of the National Woman's
Stockdale, and thus to be live a town party will meet. today with Sen. A. B.
must be a good retail town. Cummings.
"The elements of success in any bus- -
iness," Mr. Stockdale said, "are co-
ordination, organization, and adver- Read the W ant Ads'
tising." He pointed out that 75 per-
cent of all selling is through the eye,

Who Wins the Beauty Contest?

Dinah Doll: "I shuah is gettin' proud. I is the cutest
rag doll at this bazaar
Sassy Sue: "Will you listen to the conceit of that dark
baby ! Of course, she hasn't the class that I have. No doll
at this bazaar has."
Debutante Dora: "Susan! Such an egotistical remark!
I am the belle of this bazaar. Everyone says so."
See the doll beauties at
The Women's League and
Inter-Church Bazaar
BARBOUR GYMNASIUM DECEMBER 5 AND 6

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Either Hamilton Holt (left,) editor, or Hiram Bingham, professor, will
be elected to succeed the late Fran k Brandegee as U. S. senator from
Connecticut in the special election t o be held in December. They are the
nominees of the Democrats and Republicans, respectivly. Bingham, now lieu-
tenant-governor, is governor-elect of the Nutmeg state.

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Courtesy of Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.

UN 1 RSITY MEN CT AS
LLAULRS AT STATE MEET

ference, the student leadership of dis-
cussion groups has proven in its two
years one of the outstanding features
of the convention.
The Michigan students -ho made the
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trip were: Earl Blaser, '27, Albert
Michigan's 22nd annual State Older Boehringer, '26, William Diener, '26,
Boys' conference, held last Friday, Perry Hayden, '25, James Herald, '23,
Saturday, and Sunday last week in George Likert, '27, Rensis Likert, '26E,
Muskegon featured University students Harry Mitchell, '25, Charles Oakman,
on its .program. More than 50 men '26, Stanford Phelps, '27, Howard Pres-
from universities and colleges in ton, '25, Harold Steele, '25, Herbert
Michigan, more than,25 of whom were Steger, '25, C. A. Stevens, '26, Henry
from Ann Arbor, conducted the dis- Totzke, '27, Donald Williams, grad.,
cussion groups, where boys met in John Yeasting, '27, George Douglas,
groups of 10 and 15 to discuss the is- '26, Benjamin Oosterbann, '28, Gerrit
sues presented to them by the program; Fielstra, '26, Henry Grinnell, '28, and
speakers. 1JohaVanCoevering, '26.
On the regular program were "Herb"
Steger, '25, "Bob" Brown, '26, and Per--
ry Hayden, '25, president of the S. C. NOTICE
A., who spoke at the Saturday evening;-
session. Steger and Brown talked to The Ensian will glady receive
the boys on sportsmanship, while Hay- I any pictures taken this fall of
den described conditions as he saw campus scenes, initiations, fall-
them in Europe last summer. gaines, and other events of in-I
According to J. F. MacFarland, terest. Any expenses incurred
state "Y" secretary for high school Will be met with.
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