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WEDNESDAY,

APRIL S, 1"5

THE, MICHIGAN

D AILJY

WEDNSDA, ARIL , 125 HE ICI-IGA DALYPAGE ':IP.E

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The
Campus

TIoday's questioni : Should an at-
tenipt be made to bring a good stockI
company here at least once a week?
W1here asked: University hail.
1"he answers: It. A. Hoffman, '26E,j
--"T think good plays should bed
booked at least occasionally, as they
.form a means of dramatic instruc-
tion and appreciation."
Geraldine Schubert, '28,-"Tliere
-sehould be a good stock company here
every week, becuse that might take
aiway the attraction of the movie."
C. A. Johnson, '28,-"I think this
attempt should 'be encouraged. Al-
most any student would enjoy seeing
a good play at least once a week."
Helen Best, '26;-"Yes, I think that
a really good stock. company would
be appreciated by the student body."
Alice Callender, '27,-"I think that
thie Bonstelle company from Detroit
would be a splendid stock company to~
bring here frequently. We surely do
need better plays."
General Electric
Offers To Train
SeniorEnier
In accord with the general policy,
of the General Electric company toI
pirovide a means for further special-
ized training for engineers desiring it,
W.M.: Skiff, manager of the electrical
engineering, department of the Na-
tional Lamp works of the General
Electric company at Nela Park, Cleve-
land, Ohio, was in Ann Arbor yester-
day interviewing electrical engineers
for the purpose of giving information
to those students interested in obtain-
ing further, training for the lighting
business. Mr. Skiff, in interviews,
explained the opportunities offered
an~d the desirability of training atj
Nela Park.
The Nela Park lighting laboratories,
according to Mr. Skiff, are the larg-
est lighting laboratories in the coun-
try, and facilities are offered there
in research work and practical appli-
cation of engineering training, which
cannot be obtained so easily else-
where. Instruction in lighting is of-
fered at Nela Park in conjunction withy
the regular work carriedl on in the
laboratories.
Patronize D)aily Advertisers -- it,
ppys,-Adv.

Alumni News
lie ;-etordlG(. Fitch, '03,~ is prey;ii cii
of the Ta coma, Washingtoni, Bar asso-
ciation. On the Board of Tru~t ees
are to 1)0found thle namies of Charles
W. Johnson, '14I,, and Edgar N. Eisen-
hower, '141,
Simon .J. U mlfinger, 4,1 9-'2i1,has
been adlmitt ed 'to the 8;' r in the :slut e
of New Jersey, and1(1is5no w Ven < ,C(
in the practicee oA lawx in Newark.
I Dr. Eliza Mosher, '75MV, wa:- recent -
ly honor-ed b~y a ha ncuut tendered by
fifty organizations in Brooklyn, New
York. Ile thas been practicing for
more than half a century,
*Winifred ('aine, '95, (M~rs. :Tames
Maclay) is in charge of lpart-t ime stl-
dent empilloymen t at Tleachers' college,
Columbia university, Ncwv York.
Thonnas F. AI;.-,onal, '1 7I, ha;; been
a admittedl to the law firmt of Spencer
and D~onnell as a partner. The seiot'
p~artner, Mr. Spencer, is the United
States senator fromt Missouri. The
firm is located at St. Louis.
Harvey WV. Goddar(d, '12, M.'S-.F. '15,
is appraisal confleree, corp)orationi
audlit division, income tax unit, IT. S.
Bureau (A Internal Revenue, Wash-
ington, D. C. --

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and Return
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This special 1925 excursion rate, offered to travelers in our
improved third class [Tourist Section]l, New York to South-
ampton and return, places an enjoyable and profitable trip to
Europe within the reach of all For a few dollars additional,
passengers may proceed via Cherbourg or Hamburg. Person-
ally conducted tours in England, Ireland, France, Germany,
Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Italy at inclusive rates
of $325 upward may be arranged.
Investigate new 2 Make your reservations early I
For further information apply to
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