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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY,

NOVEMBER 27. 192

TWO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 192fl

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FRATERNITY
Dean Bursley, Frank
Boland, '27, Repr
At Annual C
DISCUSSION
More than 200 offi
the National Greek-
the United States a
yesterday the annua
lege fraternity menE
sylvania in New Yo
day session is unde
the InterfraternityI
which various pro
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HCIALS QINDUSTRY LOOKS FOR CHARACTER,
NATIVE ABILITY, ADVISES SHEAFOR
"Industry is looking for these things Mr. Sheafor counseled against heed-
in the men they wish to employ: char- ing too strongly the representatives
+ !acter, native ability, and a desire to sent out by firms to recruit men. "Ev-
Graham, '27, John work," declared John T. Sheafor, per- cry one, of course, believes his job is
esent Michigan sonnel manager of the Michigan Bell the best," said Mr. Sheafor. "And they
CoImVCntioii Telephone company in an address be- are here for the sole purpose of get-
fore the American Institute of E!ectri- ting good men into their organization."
S PLANNED cal Engineers yesterday afternoon in "Give intelligent thought to your
Natural Science auditorium, "Choos- choice," continued Mr. Sheafor. "Don't
cials of nearly all I ing a Job," was Mr. Sheafor's sub- j go into a job blindly. Try to find out
letter societies PI ject. all you can about every industry, in
nd Canada opened i "In looking for a .Job, note thr/e which you think you would be inter-
A conclave of col- things," said Mr. Sheafor. "Choose a ested. Concerns will give you much
at the Hotel Penn- job you think you will like. Get a help.along this line. Don't wait until
rk City. The two- t job that has the elements of perman- too late in your college career to look
r the auspices of ency. And most important. get into a to the future."
Conference, in concern whose personnel policy is Aftcr"Mr. Sheafor's lecture, a film,
'iblems concerning fair; that promotes on the basis of grapheally depicting the fundamentals
vill be discussed. merit." of radio communication was shown.

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Dean Bursley, with Frank Graham,
'27, and John Boland, Jr., '27, of the
local Student council, left Thursday
for New York to represent Michigan
at the convention.
The meeting will be eighteenth in
the history of the Interfraternity con-
forence, since its founding by a small
group called together by Dr. William
H. P. Faunce, president of Brown, for
the study of fraternity aims and ideals.
The convention was called to order
yesterday morning by its chairman,
Henry R. Johnson, banker from Wil-
liams. The morning session was de-
voted to various reports and an ad-
dress by Dean Floyd Field from the
Georgia Institute of Technology. The
afternoon session was addressed b'y
Rev. Boyd Edwards, headmaster of
Hill school.
The morning session today, which
will conclude the conference, will in-
clude discussions of fraternity prob-
lems.
ROME-Mussolini signed an Italo-
Greek convention on commerce and
r .vigation.
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distinction-and plea-
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that insures a new sat-
isfaction every time
they're worn. Make
your new Fal l shoes a
pair of Bostonians.
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 South Main St.

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gift of worth and our stock is one of the largest and finest
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Personal Christmas Cards should be ordered without
further delay. It takes time to do good work. Our
selections are the finest we have ever offered.

classnmen in some of these departments.

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noon. Regular staff meeting Monday, 4:30 P. M.

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