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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIIRSD \,OCTORBR7, 12

YOAKUM TO ASSIST
uIN BUSINESS STUDY
1"4ofessor 1'O{f Bsns dums ~
Is:A1ppoiftri )o ii ;ieitwll
iteseiircli ('oiiiiittee
EIXPERTS ARE CHOSEN
Prof. C. S. Yoakumn, of the
school of Business Administ ra-
tion, has been plac ed on the
co:mmittee on angere i-
seachmethods aqari iil 1i cal ion1s;
1u5t organized by the American MVan-I
agnelniltassociation. Th~1is associa -
tion ha, a memibership of officials of
the leading business concerns of tho
country. Upon this new committee
have been placed 33 other business
and industrial experts., Stanley 1'.
Farwell, vice-president and (director,
Business Research corporat~ion, andI a
director of the American Mafnagemnent
association, has been appointed chair--
man of the committee.
The purpose of this group, accord1-
ing to the board of director',, is '"to
stimulate an interest i andl growth
of, and to provide adeqluately for the
+_iscussion of scientific meathodI ill
management investigations as distin.
guished from experience, results of
art, and to afford somle means Of enl-
couragement through professional re-
cognition for those who are competent
uisers of scientific methods of hinvesti-
gation in the management field and;~
especially those who have made sub-
stantial contribultionls to the fund of
kn owledge by the discovery of new
mrethods of investigating managementl
problem s."
The first meeting of thbe committee
-will be hield at Cleveland, Oct. 11, dur-
ing the fall convention of the associa-
tion.
HEALTH SERVICE
RADIO RETURNED7

EX-PRESIDENT'S 'New Spur ofl!-1
ISON IN POLITICS;B Ddcaed-
____1_1_o__e__eicaed Jy

RIGGS APPOINTED
TO SAFETY GROUP

~st reet ind highway safety.
The American Engineering council,
of which Professor Biggs is a mem-i
The, om llfina~ited in i imn their represeni-

Robert A. T-: ft
Son of the chief justice of the Sit-
prerne court and former President,
who ha.: been elected speaker of :the
Ohio house of representativesIlie is
37 years old.
Reduction of Phone
Rates Is Announced
Changes that will affect the cost of
long-distance telephone calls both to
points within and without the state
have been announced by J. J. Kelly,
manager of the local branch of the
Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
These changes in rate include a re-
duction from $3.35 to $2.55 in the sta-
don-to-station calls, basic rate to Newl
York; an earlier evening reduced rate
period with a reduction of about 25
per cent from the day rate on calls
between 7 and 8:30 o'clock; a reduc-

F ,ocQ Is i L ,011 Pest{
P 1ei ii'rSr-c l ai eer: i'C~fec fromri
the state high wacycolla missionr by t he :-
Irwin P~rieskorni po-1t of lhe American'
LIegionr to ded icate the Sb! lr of'M-7
1w14104l is to e:Jtend from Wasitenaw
a yr oane to South Main street, and
which is nlow inl the process 01 col-
struci ion. It will be niamed the Amer-
ican Legion Motmorial h1ighway.
IThe new r'oad will meet South Ma.in
strmeet at the neOw sadi umn and will
ruin alonb the somuthi end of. the field.
fBecause the route of the road has
I bcen so plainned as to a*,,oid the town j
twaffic, it is expected to considerably
sh~orten the time necessary to get to
thme stladium~ from Detroit and other
pla ce, east of JAnn A\rbor.t
The Irwin Prieskorn post, which is
thme combline(I Ann Arbor and former
Universi'ty post, will plant 500) elml
trees along thle edge of the road, with
name plates at the base of each, giv-
iug the names of Waslitenaw county
men who ;saw service in the 'Worl
wvar. The forestry department of tihe
I~niverail yr has agreed to take charge
of tihe planting and maintaining ofj
the trees,.
The legion plain to fins nec the pro-
ject from the p~rofit s derived from
their second annual poppy sale which
will bf held Nov. 11.
Sutbscribe fo-r The Ifichigan Daily.
*TTHE DETROIT THEATRES
GARRICKj
DETROITj
>The Amnericani Criook Conmedv with a
Millon Laughs
'Square Gro,%oks
With IDOROTHYX APl HBY
j S THEATER;
i~afa ette at Wayne Cada. iioo
1 ( Mats. Wed. and Sat.1
The Ace of Musical (joiedit s
-1 "QUEEN HIGH"
With Juliai Saul a on ad Dr1 k rt
Nighlts 75c to $3; Wed.Mat7co$ Sat
F ~Mat. 75c to $2.50
I SHUBERT LAFAYETTEI
La!fayette at Shelb y Street
AIll lHIS WFJ K
BONSTEGILLE Ma1t~s u 1hulSt
PLAYHOUSE 50cCand( 75c.
Mliss BonStrl1e, in conijunlction wvith Albert
( Wwis. preseuits the whii Iwind c oinedy
"STORM CENTER "
By J. IT. Barnes and Max Simion
Did you ever buy a home :nm the country?
Conic and laugh1 at the fellow who did t

Prof. IHenry E. Riggs, head of the ttv otecmite
lelxartment of civil engineering, hastaieothcnntee
been appointed by Herbert Hoover, Professor Riggs has (lone extensive
secret ary of commerce, to act on a «Ir on pubjic utilities committees,
commlnittece which will study the sub- at. one time holding the p~osition of
ect of elimination andl protection of consulting engineer on railroad grade
gradle crossings in connection with separation for the city of Detroit.

Starting Today
The Genial Host
STODDARD
And Isis
"Streets of 'New York"
(NOTE: The same broys that played at ltl
Auditorium on Cap Night lust year, now
in a new act.)
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SEE THIS SENS3ATIONAL COMED
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A RTHUR HOPKINS' Production of Maxwell
Anderson and Laurence Stallings~' vivid War
Comedy exactly as it was pre ntcd 442 times
at the Plymouth Theatre, New York.

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An Excellkut Cast 'and I~roduetlon

--In-

Lioth at wil maie mte rate of an any-
Imunates of the University hea lth ocne call made between 8:30 and 4:30j
Service are, now able to follow the o'clock, approximately 50 per cent of,
football games play by play by meansI the day rate.
(d the radio receiving set inst ailed! Incidental with these changes there'
thlere last week by the Student Chris- was also the announcement that, the
ti an association. ,short-haul rate within the borders of
The set was first put in last fall, Michigan has been changed in order
but was removed at the close of tile to make the schedule consistent, but
'spring semester to be taken to the that in no case will the increase be
boys' camp at Patterson lake. over five cents.
WARSAW-Marshal Joseph Pilsud- VIENNA-Former Chancellor Pre-
ski, who Friday, took over the forma- Plate Seipel has intimated In a talk
tion of a cabinet, has completed it,I before -Christian 'Socialist party lead-
eliminating three ministers of the ers that he might return to political
Barti cabinet who were criticized by leadership in Austria to combat cor-
Parliament. ruption in office.
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OTHER ADDED MAJESTIC F'El Al HUjE
Sunday-_
BUSTER
K EATO N
As 'BATTLING BUTLER"

THE ONE RSEAL WAR. PLAY
"TREMENDOUS! SARDONIC LAUGHTER
FILLS ITS EVERY SCENE."
-Alexander Woollcott, N. Y. Sun
"A RUDDY GEM! RICH IN HUMOR."
-Perey Hammond., 'N. Y. Tribune.
"A GORGEOUS, SALTY COMEDY!"
Gilbert W. Gabriel, N. Y. Telegram-Mail.
THE MOST DISCUSSED PLAY
IN AMERICA
ITS LAUGHTE'R HAS ECHOED,
AROUND THE GLOBE-

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Prics $75, 2.2~ $165,$1.14).

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