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December 14, 1926 - Image 2

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PAGE TWO ' THE MICI GAN DAIL Y

NUMBER OF WAR 1NNQS'Former Law Scho(
DE RE SE__HI 1ff R ecent listscompile'd by PronCC:%
D [ H A S S H I IA ,y lisu r, of* the Law sch~( ool, sh1ow ,
__________school or' literary college nc-,v hld'r
Comparison Of Mid-Semester Rieport;.! seats in high 'ourts tS I1nouglhout this
With Years 1923, 1924 Shows ; catr}
More Failures 01Onof Ith"c5 mn, e. corge S7 tI Hr
land, is at present-a just ice flin the
PLAC~E SIXTY ON PROBATION, 0,*usi~
in 1S) and 1883 hbut li nt reainto

A Students Hold

Seats

obtain his degree, p~referring to fini
hi>; studies privately,.lie was given
an honorary dlegree by the University
in 1917.
Twenty-one of the alin in i hold seat e
oil thle Supreme courti benches of t heir
respeet ive :tates, vhiles11 of them arc-
ii fed oral dist rict counts. The re-
miai ug three are in =i tots where the
C1h ighest courts, are not: the supreme
cour2ts, i ; far example, Judge C"harle ;

C . Black, '81 L, who sits on the Now =\louh ile state of! Michigan has
Jersey C'ourt of Error and Appeals lbe most nivorsil v alumnii in the
beneb, whicPh is I he highest court in
that state. fedecral courts within its boundarie s,
Altogether those 319 meu aredi Montana with four le.d-, the way in
f ribut ed a uong 21. different, st ates., thisi regard in T he state supreme;
They .Toc, !pv laces in, feder l courts con its.

Warnings issued and students plat-j
ed on probation following the mid-se-i
mnester examinations held recently
are less. in number than those of last
fall at this time, according to an-'
nouncement yesterday at the office o,
W. R. Humphreys, assistant dlean of
the literary college. Statistics showe
that 201 warnings were issued and 60!)
/placed on probation this fall as comn-
'pared to 239 warnings and 100 placed
on probation, at the same time i
1925.
The figures reveal that although a
decrease has been shown this yeaai-
nevertheless the number of student:,'
placed on probation and the number
of warnings issued following the re-E
cent mid-semesters and those of last
year were greater in number than
1924 and 1923. In 1924, following the
fall mid-semester examinations, 147
warnings were issued and 66 students i
placed on probation.

s. E, v.u t. i)u .a. rive) 41 to L, 14 1LA. i I V L. 11411ai1,I Al L-V

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H-omle Cook,,,i n

'1h b~ est meals in 'town-that's Tuttle's.
Food fliat is selected and prepared in
On,- best wvay, and served with the utmost
care.
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Any retail business that has grown to a volume
of more than $100,000,000'a year must be
c fondedupon sound business principles.
Kresge's is a dignified business. It meets the
everyday human needs - of folks everywhere.
The S. S. Kresge Company has developed the
art of retail store-keeping to the point where
it may well be termed a science. Merchandise
of standard grade is sold in Kresge stores-but
in such quantities that prices are consistently
lower than in stores that lack the organization
and resources of a great national institution.
There are already more than three hundred
stores in the Kresge chain- and new ones are
being added constantly. For these new stores
we shall need managers-competent men,
thcroughly experienced -- and Kresge-trained.
A linmited number of young men-college men
of good character and prom~ise-will be given
the opportunity to train for these positions.
Write at once and arrangements will be made
for You to meet one of our representatives.
SHe will tell you -all about our organization
Sand the opportunities it offers college men.
Personnel Dept
S SKRESGE C
1S I02.3' $TOM.S ,*"* 15-90 1122 STOR.ES
Fefi KreS, iB

HARRY W. REPPERT
from newsboy to
Kresge Store Man~zger
When a boy, Mr. Reppert atten lcd
school in Reading, Pa,, where he
sold the Saturday Evening Post to
earn spending money.
Later he attended Wharton School
of Accounting and Finance, Ujniver-
-ity of Penn,3lvania. Mr. Reppert
has this to say of his business career:
"I became acquainted with a Kresge'
store manager and heard the story
of the Kresge plan of intensive
training on a practical scale. After
a weeks' deliberation, I started in
training.
"Remember this: I held a good
position in a steel mill (with my own
letter heads, desk, stenographer,
etc.) and was reputed to be the fut-
ure superintendent of the depart-
ment in which I was working.
"My friends and business associates
couldn't see the future of the chain
store business. They actually
laughed at my change from a com-
fortable position to stockman in
overalls. But today,thanks to myowns
judgment and the Kresge Company,
Ihave reached the point where I
am managing a store of my own
(Dunkirk, New York), have in-
creased my earning power consider-
ably and best of all, I have a future
that is worth whi14 ahead of me."

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