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TUESDAY. (fir l'r PER, 20, 1925

PAGE TWO -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1925

HARDY ADDRSSES
LOCALMERHANTS
Lansing Man Opens Program of Bet-
ter Business Institute; Stresses
Putting Customer First
WILL TALK AT WUERTH
Speaking before more than 175 bus-
iness men and merchants at a lun
cheon at the Chamber of CommercE
inn yesterday, Ray Morton Hardy, o
Lansing spoke on the subject, "Wher
Profits Come From," the second o
his first-day lectures on the progran
to the Better Business Institute. The
luncheon was held under the aus-
pices of the Kiwanis club.
Mr. Hardy stressed three points as
being vital to the success of every
retail merchant. "The customer is
boss; all good merchandising begins
with the customer and the customer
is first in the mind of every forward
looking merchant; his needs must be
met and his desires must be satisfied."
The necessity of every mechant
maintaining a varied assortment of
his particular commodity. made pos-
sible by a complete knowledge of his
customers' needs andwants, was al-
so emphasized by the speaker. "It
is possible for the average merchant
to double the variety of his assort-
ments and even reduce his stock in-
vestment," said Mr. Hardy.
"How Teamwork Builds Sales' is
the subject of Mr. Hardy's talk at 8
o'clock this morning at the Wuerth
theater, and the meeting will be open
to anyone interested. The fourth of
his series of lectures will be given at
a Chamber of Commerce luncheon at
12 o'clock today on the topic, "Plan-
ning for Bigger Business."
Exhibit Shows
Color Scenes
(Continued from Page One)
Regarding Miss Smith's water col-
ors of the coastal swamps near Char-
leston, critics agree in their recogni-
tion of her mastery of technique and,
soundness of composition and all de-
tect the Japanese similitude in the
kse of the moon shining through de-
corative trees, small, frail-appearing
bridges, shadow silhouettes, and the
other characteristic trappings. Re-
ports indicated that one of the most
striking features of Miss- Smith's
scenes is the inclusion in many of
the pictures of the great lanky swamp
birds, native to the region. Philadel-
phians, the reviews indicate, were at-
tracted particularly to the picture
"Great Blue Herons," which as the
title indicates, features a conclave of
these great smoky colored birds on
l moss-covered tree snag. In "The
Path of the Moon" a sea scene, the
substance of the prospect centers in
a flock of great white herons, flying
in formation across the path of
inmoonlight. A promise of artistic per-
fection in the approaching exhibition
may be derived from the recent com-
ment of a Carolinian in the Boston
Transcript, "In the pictures the
moss, which is so inseparably a part
of our landscape, is a thing alive,, a
product of the air and sunshine, tak-
ing character, chamelion like, from na-
ture's mood."
The Ann Arbor Art association
which is bringing this series of eight
exhibitions to Ann Arbor, draws its
membership from those citizens of
Ann Arbor interested in bringing the
'Vork of outstanding contemporary
artists to the city. The membership"
fee of $1 entitles the member to ad-
mission to all of the exhibitions.
Students in the University and public
schools of the city are admitted to the
exhibitions free of charge.

Beginning Wednesday and through-
out the duration of the exhibition the
west gallery of Alumni Memorial hall
will be open from 1:30 to 5 o'clock,

The Rhine Becomes Peace River Of Europe

UNIERSITY
FAIL TO

MEASURES
HALT THIEVES

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Activities of overcoat thieves have
been chocked to some extent at least
through announcement of the Uni-
versitys reward of $100 for infornia-
tin leading to the arres:t and con-
vietion of those stealing clothing. o
other things, from University build
ings, Assistant Secretary Paul Buk
ley said yesterday. Since announce-
rment of the reward, five coats have
becn taken. however.
As a second precautionary meas-
ure, steel lockers are being installed
in the Law school where most of the
thefts have been reported. Part of
room 1 has been partioned off to
serve as a locker room.
Thus far this year 25 coats h v(
been reported stolen. The total foi
all of l ist year was close to 200.
Lil}'arians Will
Prese nt Papers
Papers will be presented by Wil
liam W. Bishop, University librarian
and Miss Esther Smith of the catalog
department, at the Tri-State library
convention being held today and to
morrow at Fort Wayne, Indl. Mr.
Bishop's paper is on the "Relation 0o
University, College, and Public Libra.
vies to the Extramural Work of a
University," and that of Miss Smith
's called "Some Books of Interest to
tiniversity Catalogers."
Mr. Francis L. D. Goodrich, assist-
ant librarian, will be the leader of

the round table for the college library
section. Tonight Mr. Bishop pre-
sides at the general mneeting of the
'onvxention.
OTTAWA, Can., Oct. 19.-The Cana-
dian government proposes the con-
struction of warehouses at Leamin t-
oon and other points in Essex Coun y
to assist the onion-growing if~st
The first wareh ouse is la iii 1'00'
Leamington at an estimated cos" o
$~60.000. Several othe'rs areo too be i h
when tih irc is suffcielnt busines; to
warrant a considerable amount (i
inion shipping.
Kittle investment-big returns. The
Daily -Classifieds.-Adv.
IPAY
BEST PRICES
For -Ienl's 'ed Clothing.
Phone 4i 1 11
H. B I A:,uy

leteiket dahar2,y life!
hod e eye,
thou vim cb,
forths' avl1sion
of aIife rom i
it ~w'copies
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The Rhine"becomes the peace river of Europe, and famed "Watch onthe
in the Locarno conference of a pledge by France and Germany never to cros
other. Photo shows the river at Col ogr

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Instructing Women To Drive Car7i
Aids Student In Earning Livingt
Teaching a woman to drive a car cause of weak eyes. Campus guides
constitutes one way in which a Mich- are often in demand by visitingt
igan student is helping to pay his school delegations and many obtain
way through school this year. While jobs in such a capacity. Knowledge
board jobs, consisting of waiting on of the German language proved val-
table and washing dishes, are by far uable t one man who was thus able
the most numerous, a large variety to secure employment in a German-
of occupations'are found which aid American restaurant.
the student through college. Stenographers, painters, surveyors,
During the autumn months apple wood splitters and window washers
picking attracts a large number while make up the majority of the other
on Saturdays when there are football' positions filled by students.
games here, students manage to earn
money by parking visiting cars and#
selling athletic programs. With the'
approach of winter the demand for' T EC
students to clean furnaces and cel-
lars increases. One request came sev-
eral days ago to Mrs. Mary L. Stew- CAO-
art, in charge of the student employ- -
ment bureau, for someone to install JACKSONVILLE, Florida, Oct. 19.
a furnace. -The Clyde line steamer Comanche
Many tutors secure employment bound from Jacksonville to New York'
each, year, while several men read to caught fire off Narport, Florida, early
those who are unable to do so be- tonight. The blaze followed an ex-
plosion aboard the vessel according to
radio and telephone reports reaching 1
STUDATS AY, BTAI thre. Efforts of the crew andi pas-1
.Iger sto subdue the flames were not;
successful and a message intercepted;
-RESHMANlflflflhn by a wireless station here shortly
after 9 o'clock indicated the Comanche
was burning to the water's edge.
Nearly 1,000 freshman handbooks Capt. Jonassen, master of a Texas
which have not been issued to mem- company oil tanker, sent a wireless
bers of the entering class, will be giv- message to the effect that he was
en free to any student on the cam- standing by the burning ship and tak- 1
pus, regardless of his class, who ing off passengers and crew. Laterl
!vishes to obtain a copy. Envelopes messages indicated the Comanche was
can also be obtained in which the heading back to Mayport, which is
handbooks can be mailed to prospec- located at the mouth of the St. Johns;
tive students and friends, if desired. river.
1 Information contained In the hand- Requests were received here by doc-
books relates to campus activities and tors and nurses to meet the return-
each book contains space for dailyF

Rhine" a dove, with the signing
s it again to wage war on each
ne. I
ing liner at the docks and prepara-1
tins were made to"care for any vic.-
tims of the fire.
Newport, R. I., Oct. 19.-The coast
guard cutter Mojave is proceeding to
the assistance of the schooner Pen-
dleton off Montak point.
Read the Classified Page-it pays.1

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NEW YORK
Our Representative will be at the
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main desk in Lane hall on, any after-
noon.
during wveek days, and from 2 until
5 o'clock on Sundays.
LONDON, Oct. 19. - The Tribune

learns that
has placed
Armstrong,
new navy.

the Chilean
a $100,000,000
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order with
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TYPEWRITING

IN COLLEGE
You need Shorthand to
take better lecture notes.
Typewrite your theme notesI
and theses.
Earn money by typing for COMMIRCIA
your fellow students or as a
part time stenographer.
These courses lead to a very efficient mastery
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your own letters and papers.

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