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SATURDAY,'' NOVE'AlBER I'll, 192'6

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IPHL NSTRSP INVESTIGATIONS
3ronthlyl Rcport's Received By Bureau
ofi Business Research Forii
Basis Of Study
MEETINMS To BE HELD
Monthly reports from a large num-
ber of department stores are being
received ; y the Buireau of" Business;
lbearch, which was organized about~
a year ago as a department of the
School of Business Administration.
,,These reports enable the bureau to
comnpile valuable statistics regarding
retail store management and brings
tlhe bureau info close contact with
store managers
"These contacts keep the school up-
to-date with business and enable the
school to teach the best of current
business practice as well as sound
principle," (declared Prof. C. N.
Schmalz, assistant director of the bu-
reau.
Professor Schmalz recently visited
department stres in a number of
cities in this vicinity, and succeeded
In arousing interest for a series of
meetings to be held at the Union,
which will be attended by executives
of the stores to discuss business as
well as the monthly reports, thus
keeping them in touch with one an-
oth er.
STUDENTS STRIKE
TO GAIN HOLIDAY
(By Associatd Press)
SIOUX CITY, Nov. 12.-Because the
school authorities would not declare
Armistice day a holiday, more than
1,500 high school students declared a
"strike" Thursday afternoon which re-
suilted in the release from classes of
13,500 pupils in other schools through-
out the city. The students declared
the strike a "huge" success when the
superintendent of schools said they
would not be punished.
The walkout origiated at Central
high 'school. A parade was formed
and a noisy procession was led to the
business district for a demonstration.
CentraY high authoritis, with only
a handful of pupils remaining, decided
to dismisss school for the day. The
superintendent then ordered all
schools in the city dismissed.
TOPLAY "'VICTORS9
OVER RADIO WEAF
Orchestration for the "Victorsi
sent the advertising department o the
M. J. Whittall associates, carpet man-
ufacturers of Boston, to be used on
their program of college songs whi:
will be broadcast. from WEAF, And r
4layed through WWJ, on Nov. 26(, ac-
cording to Waldo M. Abbot of the
rhetoric department who is program
manager for the Michigan Night radio
programs.
The request was received from the
Detroit News station, which broad-
casts all of the University programs,
and who were asked to choose a song
from one of the universities represen-
tative of this section. "The Victors"
will be played by the Whittal Angl-
Persians in conjunction with other
college songs of schools throughout
the country.
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NOTED EXPLORER Cement company, where they were es
corted through the plant, andl the vari-
ous operations in tihe process of ce-
meat manufacturing wer e explained to
them by the superintendent.
f } Principally interested ini the con-
struction of the lift bridge over llbc
C fi jRiver Rouge, the group mado 1,11i
point their next stop. Control of t lie
structure was explained to teem by .
Wayne county engineer who operated
the bridge or the benefit of the party.

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Just Received--
A big shipment of Kirschbaum Virgin Wool
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graph of D~r. Andrews was recently
taken as he sailed from New York for
London, where he is to lecture be fore
the Royal Geographic and Asiatic so-
cieties.
CLASSES VISIT
DETROIIT PLANT
In carder to become better acquaint-
ed with the different methods ot pre-
paring concrete mixtures, 40 students
of civil engineering recently spent a
day in Detroit on an inspection tour
of various concrete, projects under
construction, and of a cement factory
in operation.
The party, under tile direction of
Prof. R. H. Sherlock, of the civil en-
gineeri ng departmient, chlartered sev-
eral busses and started for Detroit at
7 o'clock. Their first stop was at the
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