FRIDAY, llWELMi E'R 4, 1925
THEE MICHIGAN DAILY
]ddDAYCEI4l3ER 4. t925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TO ASSIST NEEDY
S. C. A. Suggests Christmas Dnners
Be Given Poor Children_ In
Keeping With Custom
MUCH DONE LAST YEAR
As has been the custom in the past,
letters have been sent to fraternities
and sororities requesting them to en-
tertainone or two needy children with
a Christmas dinner, andesupply them
with a few articles of clothing. This
is a tradition which has been lived
up to very splendidly in the past, and
it is hoped the. response will be equal-
ly good this year.
The letters which were sent to the
. individual houses, contained a return
post card addressed to Mrs. L. H.
Boynton, Family Welfare bureau,
Chamber of Commerce building, upon
which the number of children each
house will entertain 0hould be writ-
ten, and -the cards mailed as soon as
Last year, morethan 100 children
were entertained and clothed through
the benevolence of the various'houses
that responded to the request., In
some cases, the children were com-
pletely outfitted by the houses, this
is .not expected by tb): committee,
only a dinner and a few articles of
apparel are asked.
Several responses have already been
received by Mrs. Boynton, one of
whch expressed a desire to entertain
three boys, but the name of th-e house
was not signed on the card. If this
house will kindly signify to the Stu-
dents Christian association or to Mrs.
Boynton their intention again, it will
be appreciated by the committee.
DAY SPEAKS AT
Speaking at the first regular meet-
ing of the newly organized Business
Administration club, Dean Edmund E.
Day of the School of Business Admin-
istration, outlined the qualities that
he considered essential to a success-
Capacity for effective and sustained
application, ability to analyze trou-
bles, or a thorough insight into the
values of the numerous factors pre-
seting themselves in any problem,
completetknowledge of some special
phase of business, -the habit of self
development and study, and the ability
to meet and mix with other men were
the points stressed throughout the
address. Pure intellect beyond a cer-
tain standard was shown to be unim-
Dean Day emphasized the necessity
of a continued study of whatever
business one is engaged in. "The
truly successful man," he insisted,
"is a life long student. College men
should abandon the idea that after
graduation they will no longer be stu-
dents. The man who studies on the
job is sure to get ahead in time." He
reminded the audience that all these
qualities except that of specializing
had to be developed outside of the
Earlier in the evening the mem-
bers of the organization decided to
offer honorary memberships, to Dean
Day, the professors and associate pro-
fessors on his faculty. It was also de-
cided .to have a picture of the club
in the 1926 Michiganensian.
MADRID.-King Alfonso has agreed
to the abolition of the military direc-
torate and its succession by a civil
cabinet, under Capt. Gen. Primo D
Vivera., The new government was to
take the oath of office before the king
T hree As
Mine Peace Is
W A RNINGS TUOBE """'""""""""""""""""""""""
MAILED TUESDA Y Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
Owing to an extension in the time Served at
given members of the faculty of the
literary college in which to turn in = "BOULEVARD INN
reports of deficiencies in students'2,
work, warnings will not be in the :.Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
mails before Tuesday of next week, from noon till midnight.
it was announced at the office of As-
sistant Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys. Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
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'IV. W. Inglis
Striking miners in Pennsylvania anthracite fields are ready to return
Gifford Pinchot to work immediately on the concluding of definite contract between opera-
tors and themselves, with peace pro posals of Gov. Gifford Pinchot as a
basis. John L. Lewis, Mine Workers' Union president, has approved the proposals and is awaiting action
by operators' negotiating committee, headed by W. W. Inglis.
Lippnann Favors DETROIT. - Total postal receipis WASHINGTON.-The arrangement
for Detroit this present year will made with Canada in 1922 for the re-'
America's EntrV Ireach approximatel $9,350,000, an in- c procal passage over the internation-
crease of $1,250,000 over 1924, Charlesal boundary of aircraft of the two
In W orld Court C. Kellogg, postmaster, has announc- countries, has been extended to April
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"America's entry into the World
court should be accomplished under
any -reservations or conditions which
would effect that entrance," said Wal-
ter Lippmann of the New York World,
after his lecture yesterday. Mr. Lipp-
mann stated that even Senator Bor-
ab's discrimination against any con-
nection between the Lague of Na-
tions and the court would not be too
great a sacrifice, if America's partici-
pation in the international tribunal is
"The World court can never be di-
vorced from the league more than it
is now," he stated. "It is essentially .
a separate institution, and could ex-
ist entirely independent of the lea-
gue." Mr. Lippmann said that, in
his opinion, the arguments that the
court is dependent upon the -League
of Nations have no intrinsic value *in
themselves. They are only used by
Ahose who oppose any dealings with
Europe, who wish to avoid involving
this country in European affairs.
PARIS.-It is the boast of Foreign
Minister Briand that he has used the
same top hat for more than 20 years.
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