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STUNDAY, NOVEMBEs PR 15, 1925

FlI-7 MICIGCAN DAILY

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Of PerscimneI 1 e';ea"h At
t'.a.riiegle Ivnstitulte
HAS WIDE EXPERIENCE.F

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Jore than 100 gu rests were enter-;j

2 t ~n11wree'oa !Clzt wok fr Am at the Lawyers' club over the
iI~ :~ tle o~it i, ndweek-end. A large percentage of the

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Dr. Walter N. Koelz of the bureau

of fisheries, who recently returned ' i t opmi wor. ritr wrtpatiincawes n
from his arctic trip with the McIii- ,. ' ' 1_ ;.a c . ter failes.patiig lwes Bn
an expedition, will address tKiirnfamilies
and their wives at a dinner at 6 o'-' N1 IY-l?1 .-Ignfla ?'lIdc'w- Sal fAtat
clock tomorrow at the Masonic terni- ( In anCfI~1ogrsaSm ake sf tatoo fal
*ple. Dr. Koelz, who was invited b) e Yr n ylandI
the National Geographic society to z a p r(-,ier of the r elie1'mhhe et Po-i away fromNe YokadMrln; .
make the trip for the purpose of vl hlas iu11, . rri e'1 in the U~nited! because of their wetness. lie gave
studying animal life in those regions, ;Mates icr a con-ert tour of this (coun-I the Anti-Saloon league convention his Re ,ad]
will relate some of his experiences try. ideas.

(Open for
)rchestra Bookings
Week End of
Miinnesota Game
Cal
gauss, M~ajestic Theatre

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r. C. S. Yoakum of the School of .:::..:....:......
Fus~inuss Administration will talk on
"I\4easuring Personality", before a
meeting to be held under the auspices
Hof the vocational .guidance committee'
of' the Student Christian association
at;7 o'clock D.-onday night in Lane:
halt auditorium. Dr. Yoakum was di-
rector of the bureau of personnel re-
search at Carnegie Institute of Tech-.
nology before coming to Ann Arbor i4 .."
and ,has 'had considerable experienceF:
etireting personnel research in in- ?
dustrial plants.:}<::.{ ,:
,Te salient qualities of a good bus-'
iiesman, as Dr. Yoakum will out- Charles P. Taft II
lime them, are genuine honesty, in-! Charles P. Taft II,. Cincinnati law-'
(10ryand ability to get along with
o excuties nd sborinats. er and son of chief justice of Su-
EMoyers desire these qualities in' preme court of United States, is new
t z members of their organization, president of International Y. M. C. A.
according to TDr. Yoakumn. He believes;

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beets used the last few years I DETROIT THEATRES
ties of an employee, is not satis-atmttneemn h 0- I THS WE
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students on the campus who are' Schubhert Lafayetten Lafayette at Shelby
,~a~UU~lLUIUIHW Nights, 50cCto $3
ested in this subject or who ex- Bargain Mat.,
to enter the business world are' Thursday, best seats, $2. Sat. Mat., 5oc to .$2.5o
ed toatted. Tel, Cadillac, 8705
led o aThed.9thWEEK
UTH ~ ~ ~ ~ h BNNv 4-aes STUDENT PRINCE:
UTH ENDNov 14..Tams +The Musical Triumtph
prs, 19, freshman at the Univer- Iof a Generation-
of Notre Dame, whose neck was I0A Eves. - 50c toll2.550q'
den 10 days ago in a scrimmage, GARRIC Wed. Mat. 50c to X61.50 f-i ,hsitlhr-tdy
in a ospial hre tday.Sat. Miat. 50c to $2.00
Positively Last 6 Days ;
tronize Daily Advertisers.'A ' E'S IRISH R SE
__________________ Last Time November 14
l at Feet Remedied by Arclies SEE IT NOW!I
[ade from Impression of the - vglt 75c to 1.5
idividual FOOt. B stllPlayhouse rue% I'hnrs &Sat.1
~ J Mats. ScC and 75c
~ouise MV. L'BLren woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
Feathierweight Arch Supports TWO WEEKS ONLY
tAppointment by Telephtonea The BONSTIELLE CO.
21579 In the Molnar Romantic Comedy
410 South Division "67'i I E sovvYA 1!1;
ANN ARBOR, iTUCLI. As Payed by Eva Le Gallieune
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A Special' Performance c- md --, '.Ae tho comedy
(B.Rqu sti' INot Puoilahr Comesans t _hc Core y Cast mIt
(By Request) , ~for the Year 12'?l eGmyG
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Tuesday Evening, Nov. 17 ./7
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