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PAGE TWO

THE MIICHP'.'AN DAILY

YOST TO ADDRESS
"HG C LHerb Steger. machug Staff, WIU be
Present. at Banu et for Ann Arbor
FeoofbaR Men
C. OF C. ARE'HOSTS
Fielding H. Yost, director of inter-
collegiate athletics, will be one of the
principal speakers at the banquet
which will be given the Ann Arbor
high school :football team this noon{
in, th'e Chamber of Commerce Inn.
Re~sides the members of the high
school team Captain Herb Steger and
six of the coaching staff of the Michi-
gan teams will also be guests of the'
Chamber.
Coachees Little,. Weiman, Baker,
Mather, and Fishcor will all give three'
minute speeches, and Mayor George
R. Lewis willl then present the m em-;
besof the Purple and. White team
with the. gold football charms which
are to take the place of letters this
year. The program will be rounded'
out by selections by the high school
orchestra, and by. a solo by Frank
Ryan, also of the high school.
Thle. Ann Arbor team has completed
three of the most successful years of
its _history,' having lost only three
games during, this time. During the
past year the Purple and White teams
scored 242 poi'nts against 55 for op-
pponents. The purpose of the banquet
is to show that the business men are
behind their highr school as well as
their university, .and. to give oppor-
tunity, for. the -expressions of appre-
ciation for: the record made by the
home team during the past year.
The members of the team who will
be present as guests of honor are:
Holloway, Walsh, Taylor, Roban,
Lichieneurer, Wenzel, Stoll, Nolt,
Harms.,'Backs,. Shankland, Wilson,
Frey, Mortenson, 1111, Bethke, Musil,
Spencer, Peet.
Tickets are still available at 60
cents. each from Capt..I. C. Holm at
the Armory,. and from Claude Drake
at the Quarry Drug store.
D1Avis Leaves For
Extension Talks

Plain MW. Coolidge Visits -Chicago

ALUMNUS TO TALK
AT CHEMIST MEET
11(3y A. Plumb, 166E, of Triuston Lab.j
oratorlies, to Speak on G"The
Tragedy of Neal'
HAS LONG EXPERIENCE
Ry A. Plumb, '06E, general mina-
ger of the Truscon Laboratories. in
D~etroit, Avill speak at the meeting of}
I tht) itadent branch of the American
Institute of Chemical Engineers atI
I7:30 o'clock Tuesday, Dec. 16, in room
'3205 East. Engineering building. Mr.
Plum)) will -talk on "The Tragedy of
Necai°," treating some of the diffictul-
ties which beset young chemical en-I
gineers filling an executive position.1
lie has had experience in the chem-j
ical engineering field, holding the po-
sition of analytical chiemist in the
IWelsbach Light company in 1906, be-
ing chief chem-ist of the Olds Motort
works in 1906, directing the Michigan
'T'echnical Laboratories from 1906 to
1909, acting as technical direct or of
the Truseon Steel company ofI
Youngstown, Ohio. during the threeI
years following, andi as general direc-
tor of the same firm from 1913 to the
preCsent date.
The Truscon Laboratories in Detroit
are manufacturers of paints, cwater-I
lroof coatings, cement tile roofs and
cement shingles.
One third of the buildings on the

TUE*SD:AY, DECEMBER 9.,1924
hich he feels holds . an attractioni.- IL
for hfim. The consultations are mere+ 4HRvvTTFs0 YEARlyadisr MENreopntWILLsu
S ~~ ~ ~ ~h CcA.VIILmGVmWd itteane op uinsen 1: an d 'u HOLD LUNCHEON DEC, 17
y ~p rofessors will meet next wveek toorI
ganize the work. In the meantime, -
Comitiittee (of ProfesssO"aniid Buisiineisssteiial upon the kinds of wor'k. In- a iuileoii for all member's of that

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of Profession1
MEET NEXTr WEEK
In order to aid studen1tsixho are
undecided as to what fieild of w,)rk,
to enter upon after gradual ion, the>
vocational guidlance department of
the Student Christian association ha:s
invited all such students to consult
with the committee in charge of this
wvork at Lane hail any dlay fr'om h to
G and 7 t0 S o'clock. Harold Williams,{
255, is in charge of the department.
StumientIs who ar- t hinuking oi' cii nag
ing courses in laehr .,ary ar'e especial-
iiugcdt lke" ad!1 go h
help offer'ed byflthe ctntuent Christ ia
assock tion. In connection wfl ii the
voca inal guidamne deplartlc01t, a
(c01Ti'. it, ecC (Oil) Pos efi of l) rof ' i
fr'om ievery :school gild college oil th0e
Ca n 12? s v l g ,been organized s o ft ham "l at udeat ca n:
ie IVC lerson: l cow., IiI 1at"ions viit Ii
io1'. Fitt"G harO ill fie cer~taina field

dividuai eficiency cnarts ill ialso
be madle for any student desiring
them].
Day To Discuss
Foreign Problems
Dean Edmund H. Day of the School
of Business Administration will deC-
liver an address on "The Economic Re-
habilitation of Euirope' at 7:45 o'clock
tonight in Room 1313 of the Union, un-
del thea auspices of tile League of Na-
tions :.in-Partisani association. All
nwimbers of the association and all
others interested are invitedl to at-
tenl(L.

ion, uender ; he (ir'ection of the Uinion
olldi'(a.ess department. The purpose
of I he luncheon will be to have a fi-
nial assembly before the Christmas
holidays, at which time the fall games
will te discussed and phlans made for
the spring games.
There will b~e a meeting at 7:15
o'clock tonight in the Union of all cap-
tainis and managers of the freshman
groups to plan for the luncheon.
Tickets for the gratbhrng' will be
placedl on sale tomorrow at the main
(esk in the Union and they will also,
he so1 l y nmee:bors of the class.
Doflt .1 el a-l'a v your ho bscri p1 iot)
today.

ORDER SOME OF OUR

Tasty cocoanut -macaroons!
fingers ! Wholcsome Raisin

Delicious lady
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Let
CONNIE'S
MICH IGAN MEN
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F'or lEn agrezent~s Call s'

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The photo shows President Coolidge
practicing the economy he urged upon
congress. The President departedj
from the usual custom of private car,
special train and elaborate secret ser-1I
vice protection and journeyed to Chi-
cago in an ordinary Pullman with Mrs.,
Coolidge to speak at the international
live stock show there. Ilie pointed outI
the saving totaled $1,750. 1ie and Airs.
Coolidg are shown leaving the pull-,
man at Chicago.
Sundwall Gives
Le cture In Easy.
Dr. John Suundwai, hreatd of the Unl-
versity health service, ret urned Mi~on-

*"' ~~~ Uampus Jt ere oCi t )UIUwIlUH y I.Vcutri-
_ bhutions from alumni.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF RETAILING
Trains for e~c'i(t ixe Ipositions in merohaindising, adveri sing, personnel,
hlne11e and control tri'aning, and teaching. Stor'e service is combined
with classroom instr'uction.
SERVICE FEILOWSIPS--- $12.00 per week
Graduate Division C ortific, te -- M. S. in Retailing
Under-graduate Division with tashington Square, College, B. S.
Students may enter February or' September.
Illustrated booklet on applica ion. For further infor'mation write
Dr orris A. B~risco, lDirector, 1.0) Washington Sgt~xe, New York City.
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WE MAKE A SPECIALTY

President
Coolidge
says that
certain, and
equal ej uial.

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and
E N 0 R A V IN'Christmas Greetng and Calling Cards.
high grade shill insure satisfactory work.

Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the School of dlay morning fromnthilt iroore, where
Education. left. yesterday to give a be delivered the Doe Lamnare lecture
University extension lecture in Sagi-, befor.e a group) of stu'deatis of thie
nlaw, and will go directly from there Johns Hopkins hehool of I lygienke <<and
to Chicago today, where he is to ad- Public Health.
dress Chicago junior high school Atl the rerlue:,t ofJDirecto]. W. 11.
principals this afternoon in one of a !Welchi of the Ball un ore school, D r.
series of lectures recently arranged Suadwal1 talked If) the students, 11111,y
under the direction of William Mc- of Whom11 vere from the various3
Andrew, superintendent of city countries of Eurto±c. and t o ut b Ainr-
schools. Professor Davis is expect- ica, on "Constructive Jlealth Activi-?
ed to return 'to Ann Arbor tomorrow, ties in the llnivei sitios.'

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Personal Stationery,
New equipment and

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CHARLEVOIX

MANN ARBOR

Christmas if --

STETSON
OAST young men today
-~know the importance of
I ~ looking fit. Good ap-
pearance counts mrd.c
in the game of life.' The yoling
man who dresses with taste has
a decided advantage.
But--it is surprising how little
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he
seems to stop dressing at the neck:
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buyT a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its quality means long wear.

As an excellent gift, some

di3tilh' li'e

article' of ,haberdashery

is without an

equal. At Cartier s you will findl clever
suggestions which are sure to please;.

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Over' I lisJewelry

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Protect yOur F eet
wiL t this Stylish B-3oot-
The Zipper, Boot is a marvel of
comfort and smartness. It is worn
right over your shoes or slippers.
On and off in a jiffy - nothing to
button, hook, lace or tie.
The Hookless Fastener -exclusive
on Zipper footwear-dloes the trick.
A little pull of the tab and ZIP!
>>sit opens wide or locks snug
and tight. .
Ask your dealer for Zippers. Sizes
for men, women and the kiddies.s
Made only by
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER CO.
ESTABLISHED 1870 Akron, Ohio

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