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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNDAY. CTOBE IR . 1925

THLDITITEAdmirals Visit At 'White House1
11 -BUSINESS HERE 1
Kay Morton }Candy Will Address Five- i
Da7ty Coiiyetij at Werth ''' " z*. 1
Theater
STUDENTS INVITED d
Local merchants and employees' U
will assemble for the opening session!;
of the Better Business Institute a
8 o'clock tomorrow morning in the!,?c
Wuerth theater. The convention,!
sponsored by the retail division of!
the Chamber of Commerce and ex -
tending over a five day period, will i.
be addressed in a series of lecturess
'by Ray Morton Hardy, a figure of
national reputation as a business andf
bominmity analyst. t
Mr. Hardy has spent a number oflI
years in a detailed study of the prob- 1
lems of growing towns' and cities.
pointing the way to -civic beauty andc
progress and helping the citizens toi ° .;
appreciate the value of co-operative
effort. His lectures and meetings ared
conducted with a view of promulgat-I
ing new ideas and developing those i 's
best suited to this community.
This will be the first convention ,qf ,'
this naure to be held in Ann Arbor1
tr a number of years, according t sN
Percy P. Woodbridge, secretary ofI -~
the Chamber of Commerce, and it
has been arranged with a view to thel
awakening of the keener interest n<_'
busin~ess problems and raising .theI
standard of business efficiency. Dean!laf
Edmund E. Day, of the School ofjz
Business Administration, has evi-
denced an interest in the series of' The secretary of the navy, Cu 'U s 'ier (center taes The new and
talks . given by Mr. Hardy, and all~cmadn retiring admirals of the United States fle to see the President Let, f3.
students who are interested are in- S. Robinson, now cammande-in-chie f f all the ~nited States naval forces.1
vited to attend the meetings of thesight, R. E. C ontz, who steps dow un as admiral of the let to become}
convention. comadatof the fifth naval district."
The program for each day has been .-___
a~l~uc~dasfolow: onay t~- Dr. Hyma, respectively. Recent and WASHINGTON, Pa., Oct. 17.-Two
~ng,"$aesp~pl I aveMet, ad aconstitutional history under Prof. A.R spectators wee -illed, and a number
luncheon address oni "Where ProfitsL rs - ae y14,adPo.o tessstie rknbnshr
Come From" Tuesday morning, "How1Crsartaeby14anPrfofohs uaiedrknhnster
T~eal~wrk 3uids ale" folowd "y F W. Dow has more than 150 en- this afternoon when a section of the
Teawor BuldsSal", ollwedbyrolled in medieval European history Washington and "Jeferon college
"Planning For Bigger Business" at
the midday session; Wednesday, LASNOt17-h - football grandstand collapsed durin{
LANSIG, Ot, 17-TheMichigan! the W. & J.-Tech game.a
"Mental Attitude and the Sale" in the j tt ambra a alduo ~ _ _______
morningat ond TMsang"Adertising1 the farmers of the state to band to- l Ir every article fr sale, there k,
Rayadt on;ale Turces ad"The M gether to secure tax reforms. !a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.
ness Standards and Practices" lPi-
day, "Turning Sales Difficulties into.
Sales Opportunities", and "Store Mo-J
rate".r.T
HISTOR Y PRO VES Neck rings.
Increased Interest Brings Total Et. a r-er
rolment in Depifikment to
?,&OO ark " Allady starts on a soping tour with the _
last word in complexions. filord has gone
Increased interest in history has to work with clean ,,have, clen collar, and
brought the enrollment in that de- everything.-
partment to more than 2,500, accord- '
ing to figures recently compiled. The In the evening her ek and his cllar display
three freshman courses account for a u ring-placed there by tle fne, grimy dst
half 'of that number in theiselves;- a
Prof. W. A. Frayee~s modern Euro- I tat collects on spat collars and fors._
pean history leading with -,26. Al- bresMralaigwilrv ta rm
most as many, 52.0, take- couse five, = ols ,rcenn O eoeta rm
dealing with England, under Prof '- front furs and fabrics and, free from il, tle
Rreston W. Slosson. Ancient history garments will not ctchi and hold dust so!
apparently does not attract as mucreadily.
interest, as Professor Eoaja reports ant
hnrollment of '150 in courses und and
129 combined.L Phone 213 i
The greatest single increase was Unlucky for Spots
in Prof. A. S. Aiton's Spanish his-
tory, which has taken a jump from j
50 to 137 since last spring. Perhapsis
this is due to the fact that it is a Piwot~-
hour subject. Professor Atonl gives ' J/
an estimate of 210 in hs other two - .
American history occupies the f- I Exclusive Users in Ann Arbor of_
forts of 481, 290 studying colonial
and revolutionary times under Prof. I
C. H. Van Tyne, and 1O1 takinig more
recent history under Prof. U. B. Phil -..
lips. /,
More than 75 are enrolled in .thre J -

new courses in Prussian, ,Eastern Eu- = CLEAN AS A BREATH OF SPRANG
grope, and. Renaissanice history under -- --
Prof. P. ,AT Slosson, Mr. EKatchas, and___!1!!!!______ I'
Every College Student NeedsI

Wabash College
Discourages, Use
Of Student. Cars~

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WABASH, Indl., Oct. 17.

P me,.

George I_.. Mackintosh turnedI a foot-
b-il rally inito( an indignation mneet-.
iug here last week when he ailnoune-
ed the trustees' ruling againxst stu-
dent automobiles. As .(discontent:
and feeling rose the students voted
unanimously to strike in case any
oiie was expelled for violation of this
rule.I
The Bachelor, student publication
of the college, declared that the trus-,
I' 'CS CIi ti;sd to 'veioheir reasons for
forbidding students to drive cars.
a tdiitot ial rage lashed the govern-
ing board of the college without re-
straint.
PONTIAC, Oct. 17.--Oaliland Couin-
ty supervisors today voted unanimous-
ly in favor of establishing a super-I
highway commission through -whichl
Oakland and Wayne counties may!
co-operate.
Albion High school defeated Bills-I
dale 19 to 0 in their game at Albion
Friday afternoon.
Little investment-big returns, Thee
Daily Class ifieaus.-Adv.

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Support ing Cast
A stirring tale of the Southern
Arizona border country with thme
blot woveni around a band of
smugglers that is ov er-riunnig
the United States. The time is
the p~resent, but the band, by its
daring, has trajisformi'd the civi-
lized into the primitive. 'There
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Children, the

TYPEWRITING

IN Y tCO LLEGEV
'Yogi need Shorthand to
take better lecturer notes.
Typewrite your theme notes
and theses.
Earn money by typing for
your fellow students or as 'a
part time stenographer.

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AFTER COLLEGE
Take notes and make mem-
oranda in shorthand. Type
your own letter's and papers.

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