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THEI MICIGCAN DAILY

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TILTOlrN SE DO PON OCEAN FLOOR
SPECIA LACOTAT

Hill To
'Librarv

Recoun t His'
Experiences

" li( 1Ie! ort Of Vorpor,'ations" tf
MtS(to Di sc~ussedBy 'Nembler j
Of .1ihskiiis-Sels Firm
QUO'W RIPLEY ARTICLE
"Some day, whe~n the certified public
accountants have sufficiently earned
thie respect of the people, our legis-
lature may a~mend the corporation act
to require, as in England, that all
companies employ audlitors, chosen byI
the stockholders, to be independent of
the management or officers," was the
conclusion reached by Frederick A.
Tiltoni,:is>eukin ; yesterday afternoon
in Natural Science auditorium on the
subject, "public Repor ts of Corpora-I
tions." Mr.rpTilton is a member of the
firm of Hlaskins and Sells.
An article by Prof. W. B. Ripley, of
Harvard university, p)ublished in the
September issue of the Atlantic!
Monthly, was the source from which
Mr. Tiilton. obtained much of his rna-
terial. The -article, entitled "Stop,
Look and Listen," was a discussiofi cofI
the extent to which the individual
stockholder of a corporation~ should be
vappraised of the affairs of the organi-
zation, and at the time of publication,
caused a great comment in financiall
centers.
"Criticism of corporations and bigc

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Experiences encountered during a
generation of library serviae w~ill 11^
recounted by Frank P. Hill. Ii bi'ariaiin
of the Brooklyn Pub*c libra :-y, wjho
will address the Ann Arbor Lib~ ary!
;club) on the subject "An Old Stager-
Forty-Five Years in a, Public Li-
brary" at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in
room 110 of the Library. The students
of the department of library science
will be the guests of the club on the!
occasion.
Mr. Hill was the first to start a free
public library in Ne~w Jersey in 1885,'
later inaugurating the/ Salemn, Mass.,!
Public library and the Newark, N. JT., j
Public library. Since 1901 he has,
been librarian of the Brooklyn institu>-
tion. Mr. Hill was formerly the pres-
ident of the American Library associa-
tion,- and also the chairman of the
association's war finance committee
in 1917, which raised more than $1,-
700,00 to erect library buildings at
army camps to provide reading matter
for soldiers 'and sailors.
The Brooklyn Public library is one !
of the largest. libraries in the East,
comparing favorably with the one in
New York, proper on Manhattan
(Island. Mr. IBill is an authority on
library systems and during the years
of his connection with the Brooklyn
library he is said to have brought it
to a point of great efficiency.
1,1T THE 2ETROIT THEATRES
TH EAT ER
DiF rROI'T
L~afayette at Wayne J Cad. 1100
"The Vagabond King "
"IF 1 WERE KING~"
Ngtito $3; Sat. Mat., 7Sc to $2.50.
Ethel 4Watters In
N ights, ~IOC to $2.00
M~atinees-'i t to $1.40)
SHURTLAFAYETTE
Lafayette at Shelby Street
Biggest Musia1 Hit on four continents.
CASTLp ES
IN THE AIR
I Withi Doniald Irian, Roy Cropper,
Virginia O'Bricn

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William BeebeI
Director of tropical research for the
New York Zoological society, plans to
drop 5,600 feet below the surface ofj

business is always a p~opular pastime,"I tropic seas and wally on te ocean
said Mr. Tilton. "Conversely, their floor in a steel, glass-windlowedl cylin-
defense is equally unpopular. der'.
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