THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, -DECEMBER 41, 1926
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Speaks Of Inmportanace Of Estblihing
Standards Of M~leauremienit for
TALKS IN SAGINAW
SHEAD OF COLLEGE
"It is impossible to over emphasize
the importance of establishing stand-
ards by which business performanceA:
can be measured, and it is just as im-
portant for the manager of a small '
store to have a standard as it is for : y
the head of a large organization" de-
clared Prof. Carl N. Schmalz of thefy>.
School of Business Administration
speaking b~efore' the convention of the
Michigan Implement Dealers' asso- -'
ciation Thursday in Saginaw.
Professor Schmalz went on to say
that without standards to go by, a r>.
dealer cannot tell "whether his sales' '
are running at a proper level, whether
expenses are too high or too low, or
whether his stock is in proper rela- LusU llkn
tionship to his sales and if profit is at I
the correct rate. Every merclnt Who was inauger atedl yesterdaya
should get comparable figures by j the seventh president or Wabash col
which they can set up a standcard," I lege, Crawfordsville, ind. 1-is brother)
added the speaker.4 Dr. Ernest. M. Hopkins, president 0o
Professor Schmalz, whon is also the Dartmouth college, (delivered the prin.
assistant director of ,th Bureau of1 ciple address.
Business Research, outlined the ob-
ject of the bureau, which he said wasi PARIS. - The FJranco-Amleicai
(1) maintaining 'a high standard of treaty signed jiune 30I, 1,341, recogniz-
i s r ci n b ke p n in cl s to c ilg 11 0 r g t o A m r c n a t o itewith business; (2) fostering a p rofes to search suspected rum runner a v a p rt a o g b s n s e , w ti 2 11l 'l m t a p r v u h a e v d s t e m d c l a d t e b h h m e f D p t e i h u
law circles; (3) constantly adding to debate.
th nweg fbsns ycnatI-~of the faculty and business men. Subscribe for the Ai chigani Daily.
oryas. The Mexican Federation of :IIIIIIIIfl111I[I II111III~S1I~ln[IIIIIIII~ii li .
M exico Is N"aew Nation Rising 'From Laorhih a a enrollment of twon--
I IleMud,"Sa s aberm n InSpeechI powerful organic~tions of its kind in (
Reltig o scil ndpolitical and as they had to buy their essentials 117 pahn.rth rsethoi~.- W y n te jy ifrn lt h
ill-Aoxco M, abrmn ai tatth +_ w
history of Mexico for the last decade, in the stores of their landlords theycus of all the trouble over the 1 nidoch sr
Roberto xHabermnan, thc unoffical repy- remained ini debt for life," stated(r.1 ns laws 1betweeni this coutr~ty anii stheIICbest rc etrUiown
resentative of the Mexican depart-'liaberman. It was not until six years ! s th lack of sympathy in ther laws (if -
mnent of labor, called Mexico "the new ago, under the presidIency of Obregon, th w ain.Thtwihw o
nation that is arising fr om the murrl' :that conditions began to be bettered.,tsieracofctonnAmra '/
in his lecture, thne "New Era in Me\- s;hools built, hospitals established thiougt of as legitimate in MVlx oi T IsL-'S PAV9~
i:o," 'Ihvr Clay aft ernoon in rooin 1 and the bandits run out. The fornme r HIe beleved that much trouble oiifll _' SH S P .Y O < o heLwbulin.li aste ;Lndlwswrerpaldan he4s
of te Lw bildngliewasthelan las wre rpeaed nd he ibe avoided if we had anl arbassador l=
second speaker to appear lnvler 11tce tri1buion of land among the Indians ,h 1= ata sokasobvb
auspices of the Round Tab]le clubtP) r was c r l f hc eivd the wencued coties.so bobrb-
season, and has recently at tended tle .l' cjt ionnsof the a-ricultural classa fes ube cnlt wao(.ffeu --_
mi cee ugof the American 1"cderatioI 3:ulrrduced the-illiteracy from 80 per Itis lbetween thec hurcas o i the t ater
of Labor. 1.enlt to GO) per c et.Itidu to tie refusal of he '<i' s
'The i4exieanr Indian was always in At presenut the Mexican government I a *' i ' "" '' 'd'"Il"1.to :'. ", ~.T/«t". priest a ,. , "1
debt andI under the lawrsof Mexi co hadli; sonie of the mhost advanced aal ndmisest register under ther
Meia as ietedcosad to work for his creditor' until the debt humiaie laws of any country of the I ica laws, live the (soo s tand
was paid. Under that sysem, the; world. Clauses of their constitution i
Mexoians lived in mud hovels without. are things for which the labor unions consent to register they can gor back 720% Discount on All1
I otei hrce ngood standling
furniture working for their credlitors. of other countrie, have been fighting wi thetilechDuarcohds andn
MEXICO CfEW.-- Bihslop Framcsco /
Campos Angels has been 111n-d 5J(:
Start the DaypRigs for violating Mexico's re roru IH E W AC
jROME.--A favorable balance, fur
r; last year was shown by Italian rai-Cf
Letyss 1121 South University Ave. Off Church
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