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SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1925

HLMICHIGAN

DAILY

INDUSTRIAL HEADS
Vt MEET HER
Taylor Socifty Will Nefft here At
Union Vor Tlhree D)ays Startingr
Thursday
LLOYD WILL SPEAK
Leaders of Michigan industry and
mnan ement experts from all parts
of the country will meet May 14, 15j
and 16 in Ann Arbor for the 1925
meeting of the Taylor saiety.
The purpose of the Taylor society{
is to "┬░promote the science and the
art of administration and of manage-
ment." This year's meeting is being
given under the auspices of the Uni-
versity. The headquarters for the;
meeting will be in the Union where
all of these sessions will be held ex-
cept the one on Friday, eveniug,
which will be held in the Natural
Sicience auditorium.
Thursday's session is planned pri-
marily for students of management
in the Engineering school andt the
School of Business Administration
and for the younger executives at-
lending the meeting. Acting 1.resi-
(lent Alfred 11. Lloyd will welcomej
the members of the society at the
Thursday evening 'meeting, andl 11. I.
Sliepherd, Vice-President of the
Guardian Trust company of Cleve-
land will speak. C. L. Barnum, con-
sutlting engineer will address the af-
ter'noon session.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notaices to appea- tir11ijS cohIITo -A fl 'IM
ptlv l f I ToXr 'Ex t toe I I<
Us ioc. tr(C'( . t p 1110 11Y Of sfite
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Edgrpuet
Wil l Adress
]Jlo;thers0To2a'

(1 0: Ii- bUuldlin Fof the campus. The iyesterday. The nmeeting at Bill and- {Corn aY (bc 1 ;1 hrre chotiro->") olwiIbidns"er iie;hl 1ioin ilbe h ia vli nte, ;, lS oe
a nfl iterm lin, NaturIal Science buildling, Mlot hers Week end t ) 'gr11.a11 il sg ' t : i tnvPln ~ npee
s;rrI ha [t, l'ioit, Alumni Mtenor- r- ---- --re e mt'mig ue,,th dy
i.1I l IaO, :,x zlzlb, 11;1,t (aolto r- f r]~x~i 'w tl ae ~ ht a Ilottl'
uc y, lm(u1 \1iI1am1'. (Clemuents li- fComeC(y '+ 0* i pliei' i xdntl lin o h nnua11l-11i
Jill Yacaurc's 1tux i" t : i eta icr,, i 1.i ".o h held nder the-au pi ces
)nu tu, t \'hoe been solu l tes _;-o l;plc I Tuesday Iinit crt the Mimes
.11 1,' ' tL tt; hate ar racticllly 'ou l d
t hrit; t ,tl I t ()ttIV tltr(1i'ou.1l1:t. 'I*'3 bli hi yar(;, .aS in the 1paSt, 1t1eaxe'.i-
Bor I 1 meorerd ninvest1i- c:1l ;udenijs will stage take-off
t L '"11 Atr*t' t ';? lo'.tl o'ittY (11tt i? i ebuH dt~rtBI1 ilC , t2';t7iiution 11 a l ui of iid ttm ns al k th s on te m m es lte f
t1~ , i: 1)ot<Iu;lt 1 iiin;1 thle Y. XW. ' 1h'c :tut; X 11illh(' b( !II (11 Ti1 rn p satietti~lain of ut
-~.i is Iitaij11o f thle' I llelvs' Day i U shlx r. ill HI a: Iititt ttltit t A h r t ak t i. om n F v he ftens~
e i h'xe vei~ sudnt it J tal ,\ll Iot'tL;oa ie eanE trie s CIEp.rianent v111act as> toaist-
vvca :I I l te\\(.rintrespnectto 10hi, 01'her lit.. ,cli 1t)(e1tant~l n f ltu''n'o.' li;Mifb( ~--1,h-- - ' .-p", - - - -

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Mr. An ,r X:ecry~ I off t's w ol ',\i Ctltest SW;scl (cmdtiito siteatbak
"'Cod and vI\]o (Ar l.ox ',"at the r!a1mm ci jog ,"iniIDetrmoit sisot allft- in' "
1isI' triatn ('hut..m(il. ~ eling ~ilil 11911 tdtOrlinml o 51Im W11l
~:tO-lht~i' V !'4ijus t' i*';ls L ax'('imi" and, ~tiy ltputm tin t 'm'x-
ut udet , (li5"( Utli '1m lIass Wathe l 'xo" a:it o!hte'. triTg.1he tts
itlyW rtl'ln c h. xx : art lpt ttld IV A (>'(W h !
Awl.-Ha Ii 4t i iii limeeiti isudeud m W 'a r ilbe op.-e amtZ:20t o (mU'.
classes; at the Guild house led by! I w n nl~y ItOme iWalil 60 titemA .a'
Profoss-or Watertuan 1and IPdr. Chiap- x; itl hI turi I' n 50 S aw1 It
tamt . n' t i tl: (U>riwet'e shtown NbohIt. Ann %'--

2:~r i - ';:41i1 - it t c's a i ni I e { .{f' .t:' id
orI-fifc'1'2 j)ai2dmii';s fm Ia time(':tr-!
uiN)--- i, len a' l Ithl .
~ :~t 1,i Pal's St udeni clb ,meets
at4230 Wes:t L ierty :treed for an
3 :(41--- dgm' A. u1{t(st p :aks at ThQ, . v
e <rs l v s'r i'eitbill 'Jttdil('rwttlt
11lee t ati{larsisitall.
I ta> -d i rus, 3Studcens' !'iden :i'~l
cnbim t ,ne i nPg at Ib1o(church.
(hal~t tA l " (?ongm'a tional ('hurt11,
l\1iv. I). i.ouirk hi A'yjailanu Ii spedaks
on "Trhoe 1Dra ma nd the (Xsi n-
S:r30-- S"ocal haour at, thle Preshyterxti
chuiirch.
S :34)----1a lst; 14 iid studiifriend ship
hou111,at the (Guild Dhouse.
6 :131-nsl~allatilon of new cabinetltat
the Presbyterian church.I

1),) an ~ t he i (' t tiiiits by the 1, -1i'
"i t 1tLi'ltS f tn' iV t('
1'''ji l mi Lt V ositnsl Ihs

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,"r;{, i,,t t 11(cof mot1hers Care inI
As iYtort Imlii x'. AMany house par-
ties a.I.t t tiotiss Ii,:',oii Iies addsorer-I
sis tewxillihe (cotlitdetl today which l
his t) t.'Id jut'Itttthers of tthe!1
a -t hlttt of t.me visitors were l
}r,'u-seitattte Spring Games and at
hue I tt ii SI AL'-Aliciiai ttackmeet.

'I peteJ o t. 't ose7line0110 ~;tp :11 or'are Xt
of' a eday\whtcht thoy tanl givet (it ard-I
el' to give the mlemtbers arl iiestc
theil I Ah t V. voi cemidty ~,p.'t'he lieti
lt(>1suih) o1 the 'clutitis lmitedt to t~
ut Lto th I' .rgl~t1lll Iele .' a l tton,
bet' tf \vtaaLi ito be huerd.

t-ot tat.~fI di~ ii e tui alse';of te t am D r. La wrence
:-s't~il Sil L Ii' I) I ,t ,}tll trof I.iiCUIr1ey and1 )i . Albert C. IFUr-
(,A ' too ny, iI a- a 5c Ia e ste.nbum'g till ,also speak.
infonl'a fOI scintit..t'' I -

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.Parallel sessions will be held dslur- rs Jtali 511 lic ca'i xr t iYlalineIttI-
ing Friday morning. L. J1. Purdy, igldl~ im ekIon
production supervisor of thre Oakland, "Il()t101'lImg ur Mot her s."-
Motor plant will speak to those at- 6:a:h-Fred J. i'hiin leads St. P'aol' ;
tending the one on motor car produc- Student ('1ub1 in a(discussion In
Pion, and W. H-. Leffingwell, President "Are Luxuriant C hurches Lesir-
of the Leffing'.ell-Ream company of; able?"e
New York will address the other. 1. S:(4)-M1otion l ictuire service at tihe
I-i. Marks, purchasing agent for the Conigregational church. Mother.,'
Packard Motor Car company, James :Day tiln, "The Lullabye."
If. Collins, merchandising director of '--
the Chilten, Class Journal company 11ON DAXY
of' Philadelphia and H-. M. Jewett, tl:hfl :(ltl--Itegmstrat iont for anuial
President of the Paige-Detroit- M~otor all-campus elections at. booths" on
company will talk before the after- the camus. 'ilii*J
no~on and evening sessions. 1:30"5 :(R) -- Internationail ehbo
A session on Industria~l psychologyl of m~odern ?p aitntings from the ('ar-
during the morning at which Prof. C.I negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
S., Yoakum of the Psychology depart-'itumnhi Memorial hall.
went will speak, and the Michigan- 2:30-Voineidy 011l) tr'youts are hell
M'innesota baseball game in the after- in Newberry hail.
noon will constitute the, Saturday 41:15 -Senate council meets Ini lPmesi-
program.- dent's offhee.
1::30--Comuplete rehearsal of resh-
Taylorville, Ill., May 9.-The 17tH man pageant in Sar'ah Caswell tn-
child, a son, was born yesterday to gell htall.
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Morrell, of S:(k)_IVnhersity Senate nie~ iii
Langley, three miles west of here. room (1, La~v building.
'The Morrells have been in this coun-
tyfor 19 years. Ten of the childt'en Sewanfe, Tentn., Max 9.--Ninet eeu
are living, of the 2'2 in embers olh'Ile Sooxt'.hera
(2onf e . n.'e htave ct I ~' cd itthird I'll o
Paltr oize , Daily Advertisers -- Ii t al tric'k amidfield1 tmt('(etelti'{.'Yh
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ABIE'S IRISH ROSE
P'layed in Chicago for fifty-eight weeks. f-ir,
COMPANY is still intact with Anne Nichols leading
Seats now for Next Week:
Nights, 50c to $2.50
Wednesday Matinee, 50c to $1.50
Saturday Matinee, 50c to $2.00
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