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.English Strike' Of American Roentgen Ray Society;

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Organization Dliscu sses 3Mainteniance
Probleins And Tours Ann Arbor
At Annual Convention
PARDON NAMED LFADER
Superintendeat E. C. Pardon, of the
Puildings and Grounds department
yesterday was Clected president of the.
next annual convention of the heads
of maintenance departmlents in the
colleges and universities of the Mid-
dle West. Mlr. Pardon has° been vice-
president of the organization during
the past year; his place will be filled
by H. iE. Hildebrant, superintendent of
the buildings and grounds department
t. of the University ofMinnesota.
The delegates met President Clar-
ence Cook Little yesterday. forenoon.
and made a tour of the administra-
tive buildings, meeting the various of-
ficers of the University. A luncheon
was held for them in University hospi-
tal, which building, together with Hill
auditorium, Angell hail, the Lawyer's
club, and the *William L. Clements li-
brary, was inspected during the after-
noon.
An informal program was carried
out Monday and yesterday afternoon.

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Ir. Prestoni M. ickey>, professor ofl!(Cadillac hotel, and will continue
ro'enI ocolot;Y, who is in charge of1 through out that week, the 200 dele-
arrangements for the Ann Arbor pro- !Lgtes coming to Ann Arbor by bus on
gi am of the 27th annual meetinug off Neoinesdlay for, the local meetings.
1 the American Roentgen Ray Society, This will be the second- time since the
Mlay I19, is now completing the last de- opening of the new University hospital
tails of the event:, of that day. hI that a medical gathering of national
addition to the progra'm 01 scientific ;scope, meeting in Detroit, has arrang-
(lenmc LstartionS previously anonncedl edI for a, program in Ann Arbor. The
it is now planlied to take the physic- l ocal s^essions includ e a dlemonstration
jans on a short t-ur' of the points *of inI~ he phjysics laboratory, an inspec-
interest on the canmpus.i.o. i Oof the. x c~tfenotlogy d p rtIx ent '
The convention xiii op~en in I )cI nnt at the hospital andl a .number of talks
May 19 with headquarters at the l3ook l;1y inenhrs'of the medical 'faculty.

Warm weather again, and
with 'it 'a need for foods
different. from those that
winter demands. The Arcade

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Friday May 14
STHE OUTSTANDNe
LATST-GRM:,4x'sr PLAYV
Success of Two Continients exac
aprodUced. one ear at Emsi'
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i iow in its thir'd_ ye t P n.1,4
Mail Now
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Nickels Arcade

Although , no previously prepared ar-
ticles or reports were delivered, dis-
cussion was made of several problems
arising in connection with mainten-
ance department work.
Superintendent Pardon states that
the organization will be active
throughout the year. The members
are expected to keep in touch with one
another, ,exchanging experiences and
data.
The delegates were tendered an in-
formal banquet last night at the~ Un-
ion. This morning they will go to
Detroit to inspect the Packard motor
plant and the Highland Park plant of
the Ford "o motor company. The con-
vention will officially adjourn after
the inspection tours,_ to meet next
year at Minneapolis.
According to Superintendent Par-
don, the convention this year is the
largest ever held by the organization.f
LANSING.-The legislative commit-
tee investigating criminal procedure~
will meet in Detroit next Saturday.
IDE'TROIT THEATRESI

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Benjamin TlUett
Benjamin Tillett is .one of the fore-
most leaders of the. Labor partyin
England. He is a labor member of;
Parliament and secretary to the in-1
ternational and political department
of the dock, riverside, and wharf
workers. In this position he has much
influence over the workers and is an .
authority on strikes. He has writ-
ten a number of books and pamphlets
on working conditions and strikes.j
Many of the present day unions, were'(
organized by him some time ago. I
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~EI'Nights - 25c to $1.50
G~ARRICrK Mats S d"2 5c-15c
THE CARRICK COMPANY
With Ann Harding-Rollo Peters in
"T'AR NIS 4"'H"
The IRONSTELLE CO.
Presents -Wm. Favershamn as Guest Saar
in
0t7he Squaw Man"
Bostiele Playhouse rats.ue , $ r.
hW oadwvard at Eliot }}Tc1. Glendale 9792
Shubert Laay afayette i tt ~e it$$30
Sat.Mat. 50c-$2.50
Pop.Thurs.Mat. 50c to $2, plus tax. Cad. 8705
THIS WEEK MATINEES THURS.--SAT.
Brief Return Engagemen!
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World's M*ost Charming Operetta

Matinees
2:00-3:40
Prices
lOc, 25c, 35c

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What Is
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Underwriter?.
Orewho executes and delivers
a life insurance policy. In
other words, a person whose
business it is to offer the
known benefits of life insur-
ance to individuals, to corpor-
ations, to partnerships, etc.
But further, the life under-
writer is one who must con,
win~ce those clients of the
benefits offered. This means
stimulating contact with hu-
man character, and with large
affairs. Some underwriters
prefer the game of character
and deal mainly with indi-
viduals. Others prefer affairs;
to them is open the great field
of business insurance.
Furthermore, the business of
life underwriting pays highly
for initiative and ability.
And still more, the life under-
writer offers to his client a
commodity which has no risk'
in k, does not deteriorate, and
adds no burden of mental
worry. The life underwriter
sells absolute security, the
fourrdationof serenityof mind.
It is worth while to think
these things over now and to
remember them when, per-
haps, you find yourself wrong-
ly placed in'whatever business.
you may have chosen.
You can obtain confidential in-
farmation from the Inquiry
Bureaujohnl-Hancock Mutual
Life Insurance Co., 197 Clar-
endon St., Boston, Mass.

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Ch what a boy she makes in this
colorful, fast-moving, romantic com-
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fun-you'll hail His Royal Shyness
as the greatest of screen comedi-
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