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UESDAY, -FIMIRUARY 16, 1926
BRADEY TO6 STARTT
D~etroit Director Of New York Life
Insurance Company Will Advise
Students About Profession
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'Survivors Of British Freighter Tell StorySCMAlEIOSFM
Iof Brave Exploit Enacted By Crew of rmn NEWYOKCNETN
of Business Administration, reetY
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Resuming its policy of securing
prominent 'business mn to talk upon
their particular field of work to stu-
dents interested in that field, the vo-
cational guidance committee of the
Student Christian association has se-
cured Arthur Bradley, agency direct-
or. of the New York Life Insurance
comhpany in -Detroit, to give "a talk onf
'In~surance as a Profession" at 7:;30
o'clock tomorrow night in Lane hail
auditorium.
Mr. Bradley has been with -the New'
York Life Insurance company for
miore than 12 years in Cleveland, be-
ing recently promoted to his presentj
position in ljetrott. Hj-e is a graduate
44 Oberlin college and the Masschus-}
O(ts Institute of Technology. After
graduation from the latter institution,
lhe was appointedI to the faculty of the
Oise Scientific school of Cleveland,r
7 ut left that institution to go into
i'"isurance work.
,,Mr. Bradley's talk is the first of a
4eries which has been arranged by
ljie committee to biegiven at intervals
of two weeks or less on the various
professions. On March 7, Dean Ed-
iiiund E. Day, of the School of Busi-
ne~ss Administration, will talk on pre-
liaration for a business career, and.
on March 31, Jesse Lynch Williams,
holder of the fellowship in Creative
Arts, will discuss, "Journalism as a
Pr'ofess ion."
All students who are interested in
~Iy of these fields are urged to attend.
All of the lecturers will answer any
qulestions which those present may
wish to ask them.
MICHIS tREPRESENTED
.IT S, C, A. CONVENTION!

tional Retail Dry Goods association,
which was held from February 8 to
12 at the Pennsylvania hotel.
The National Retail Dry Goods as-
sociation is the largest, association of
its kind in this country.' Its annual
conventions, such as the one Profes-
sor Schmalz attended, is one of the
means which the association provides
for the exchange of managerial ideas
and for personal contact between
members.
All union Dances
Open To Members
All Union dances, Friday and St
Sa-urday evenings, are now open to gen-
eral membership, according to an an-
nouncement yesterday, no particularI
class preference being given hence-
forth. By opening the dances each
jweek-end to all members of the Union,
the house committee desires to per-
mit a larger number of student to'-:at-
tend.
Bridge tables have been placed in
the reception room adjacent to the
ballroom, and playing cards and score
pads provided for those who wish to I
play during dances or at intermis-
sions.
LANSING.-For the second time the

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'ESTABLISHED -R8OM
MAVISON OWENE COP. FORTY-FOURTH SIRE~
EWYO R1
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLrER, Detroit
Today and Tomorrow
February 16 and 17
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring

LITTLE 3UILDING
'AteUotRT Co*. BoYtlaroi

PALM BEACH
-PLAZ-A BUILDING
C o u i TVr RA *A

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AUDRAIN BUILDING
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While captains of the U. S. liner Roosevelt and th~e German ship Westphalia are being internationally laud-
edl for heroic rescues, survivors of the British freighter Laristan are telling the story of another brave exploit
in the North Atlantic for which the crew of the S. S. Bremen is responsible. They were taken off the strick-
en vessell afte h e l~ Breein had etruzzitar1 fnr wn alk in ~- +1- -, 1., . . ..41.-T_ --- -.- , - -_

and some of the survivors.
Rescuers At Sea
Receive Rewards
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.- Awards of
gold and bronze medals and cash to
Captain Carl Graalss, commander of
the German liner Westphalia, and his
men who rescued the crew of the
sinking Dutch 'freighter Alkaid, were'
announced Saturday by the Life Sav-I
ing Benevolent association of New l
York.
Captain. Graalss and J. Ruttberg,
second officer, who commanded the
flife boats in the rescue were each

;r~eu oruwoclys to save thmi. Photo snows thc Laristan going cdown,

hspostponed a hearing on the De-
BAIKU, Russ.-On an allegation that SYDNEY.--"Qunts" the Q een s i ie uwyIc
they squandered millions of dollars of, land and Northern Territory Aerial -______________________
state money in night revels, picnics ( services, has ahinounce(I that in the
and the like, a number of officials of;'three years it has been operating its ~ e s l i
beenhald bfor theSupemecout mies ithut ny ijures o ethe qaliet enlt
the Azerbaijan state wine trust havei pilots have flown more than 300,000 the
here, officers or passengers. in. heWQ 'ld
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Shirleyawarded a gold medal. Members of
'Bretary.Sly W. Smith and the rescuing crew will be awarded
Harold C. Coffman, general secretary $50 each and bronze medal. The award
of the Student Christian association, will be presented March 15, when the
represented the University at a meet- vessel returns here from Hambur~g.
ing of the Big Ten S.C0. A. secretaries_______
a~id board members at Chicago during
the past week-end, the meeting being I MURREN.-Prince Chichibu, see-
h~dto' allow the secretaries to dis- ond son of the Emperor of Japan, suf-j
cu.ss common problems. Secretary fered a slight injury while skating on
Smith is a member of the board of the ice rink of his hotel.
trustees of the S. C. A. here.
,~All schools of the Big Ten with the._____________________
e ception of three were represented I DETROIT7 THEATRES {
by secretaries and board members at ,
the, week-end conference. Coff man is T___ H___ I___S___WEE _____K
president of the association.
~jEves. - 50c to $2.50'
~AR R IC Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50
CHICAGO.-It is the fault of the I Sat. Mat. tlic to $2.001
.phool itself rather than the pupils if Detroit Echoes Broadway's Praise of
school scandal stories get into the "Stol n Fru t"
papers, in the opinion of Prof. Henry ,I
C: Morrison of the school of education with These Three Stars
o* the University of Chicago. AnaS Harding Re3lo Peters
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