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SATURDAY,, APZIUT 23, 1927

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WILL I11E L . tadim Bonds May Michigan Faculty Woman Conducts Preliminbry Games' DR. MOSHER WILLS1 Z
Aid League Building Personnel Research In Education Will Begin MondavA2000 TO LEAGUE
B nA gift of $2000 wasaeceived by the to
L pol the suggestion and consent of "Personel Research in Educanion" develop the individual, teach pupils, Intramural baseball will begin this alumnae council yesterday in th idents a
U IFieldingr . Yost, stadium bonds may is the subject of an article in a re- not courses. next Monday when the preliminary form of a remembrance in the will of
T'ide, P1 rP itent Michignit Woinn be turned in to the W omen's league cent copy of "The Independent Wo- " 'But how can this goal be accom- games of the Intramural baseball' Drlis Msher '4.thelben
Are Included In PersoniieI.Qa fund and the owner r'etu is man" official magazine of the Nation- plished? Can personnel research be of t.ournanent will be played. With the -tatives u
YiR, d layers holers privileges until final payment F of Business and Pro assistance? Yes, it can if the person- exception of only a few houses every Betsy Barbour, Delta Gamma vs. 3, 4, 5, G
is made. The League will accept the ) ranzd oseO cmgsi going Kappa Delta,5 o'cock., AlpaOi-vodd
FFER U SE TICKETS bonds at par and the donor retrns'essional Women's clubs, and is writ- nel investigators and the educators °ranized ho se on cameus is chrn K Piv oe , 'Ch Aepha Omi-'who did
_' _ TC T his ticket rights so long as the tenby Miss Grace Manson, Ph. D., work together for the common good. t take part b the tournament whichcrou Pi vs Zone 3, Chi Omega v Al- after v
Th oka "lyrtecmayi u.assistant in Personnel Research in "Wh. proemul sae ha tIise t be oe of the best ever pha Phi. Wednesday 4 o'cloc, DeltaI All kind
Ti'eRoil(l aes the company is out. a~sati esne eerhi We have p eviously stated that it held. It will be held at Palmer fild Zeta vs. Zone G, Alpha Epsilon Phi be accep
of Michigan graduates now complet- The first person to take auvan-I the School of Business Adminstra- .epni-hichas not been stroyer by the ; vs. Alpha Xi Delta, Zeta Tau AlphapWA.
ing a sevep months season of stock tage of this plan is Mr. George Orh Ition of the University of Michigan. us the responsibility of personnel re- ben de r the
a R k ortsasow orstntas ,ofthM.ortr , Miss Manson is the research assist- search to ascertain the abilities and excavation being made for the new vs. Delta Delta Delta. 5 o'clock, Alpha Barbour
at RoCkfoof rinlyois, will present a strom, 4of theG G . . Oh n (Mr. ohr- ant of the National.sesearchcouncilinterests of each individaul n to field house. The following schedule Epsilon Iota vs. Kappa Alpha Theta, morrow
series of spring plays in Ann Arbor,ah C ns., 44 Waslast- N Y.fr.hmr and chairman of the State Personnel place him in so far as it is humanly is the one for the coming week. If Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Phi Sigma terested
from May 3 to May 18, in Sarah Cas-IstronR is a son-in-law of Prof.henry.r committee. She is at the possible in an environment where the tre are any changes to be made Sigma. Friday, 4 o'clock, Helen New- letin boa
wlAnelhlndrtedrconRiggs of the School of Engieeri '.Researchcomte.Seiathepsblinnevrnetweete they will be announced at a later berry residence vs. Zone 15 Phi Gam-
of Roert ideison 26 H sen in dditon t the$503sta-present time engaged in collaboration opportunities for self-expression, self- '(ae o 1' 4 ''11nce ataXtrbryrsdnc s oe1.PiGm
of Robert.eddson, '26. I He sent in addition to the $50 sta with Miss Margaret Elliott, assistant as ertion, self-respect, sef-advance- te. onday, 4 o'clock, Martha Cook ma Mu vs. Sigma Kappa, Alpha Chi Japan
Toetrsesnwlbefrtedium bond, a cash gift of $292, which p vs. Pi Beta Phi, Couzens Hall vs. Omega vs. Adelia Cheever. trade un
benefit of the Women's building, an added to a previous gift makes the pprofessor of Personnel Management ment, and social approval may be ___ _Ph_, C__zens __ _ _s. __mes._AdeCh__er.__ ad
benefi rofths oen b uilxdngs and added o p revios gt ke s e in the School of Business Adminis- provided in ways that are consistent
all proceels above bare expenses will!, total pledge of Mr. and Mrs. Ohr- !tain nmkn a cua ionl ihI
be donated. to the league fund. Last 1 Strom to the Women's league fundtain i aig a ocuaioal wt productive work. I

N0TICES
aunt tickets must be turned
arjorie Miler by house pres-
t 10 o'clock today.
ummage sale of books for
efit of the Women's league
d by the Board of Represen-
as been postponed until May
, and 7. This will give those
not bring books from home
acation to send for them.
of book are needed and will
'ted.
A. breakfast hike will leave
gymnasium at 8 o'clock to-
morning. Anyone that is in-
is asked to sign on the bul-
ird in the gymnasium.
has about 10,000 women
ionists.

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k summer, when the company present-
ed a six we 6 ° 8eason in Sarah Cas-
well Angdll hall under the auspices
of the Summer-"Session, some $7001
was earned for the building; and with
the interest algady aroused in the
coming product, bus it is anticipated
that a large sum will again be turned
over to the. League.
The personnil' of the company in-
cludes three -Michigan women prom-
inent in egmps dramatics in past
l'eairs. Cliet among these is Amy
Loomis, '23, who was director of the
Junior Girls' play for two years. Miss
Loomis is now leading lady of the
company and -has made a large fol-
lowing for herself in Rockford.
Frances Horine, '25, and Camille
Masline, '28 are also members of the1
Players and are remembered for the
last summer.
The list of plays include the five1
outstanding successes of tl :eom-

$1,000.
nanv's Rockford season, opening MayI
3, with a gala performance of thet
"Firebrand," in which Joseph Schild-
kraut, now of movie fame, recently
made such an extraordinary NewI
York hit. The other bills list Freder-
ick Lonsdales' "The last of Mrs. Chey-
ney"; Booth Tarkington's "The Inti-
mate Strangers"; Patterson McNutt's
"Pigs"; and William Archers "The
Green Goddess" in which George Ar-
liss scored such a triumph.
Seats for all the performances are
reserved and prfced at 75 cents.
Course tickets, offering the five playsI
for the price of four, are now on
sale at the State Street bookstores
for $3.00. These tickets may be used
in any order, at any time, and by
any person, and are also being sold
by members of the Women's league
executive committee.

survey or members or thme Natonal
Federation of Business and Profes-
sional women, which is expected to
be of much value to Vocational educa-
tion.
Mis Manson's article follows in
part:
"T'he slogan of present day progres-

"First of all we shall have to know
more about each pupil than we or-
dinarily do at the presentstime. Next
Swe shall have to have a school sys-
tem flexible enough to meet the needs
of all individuals. And finally we
shall be farseeing and assist the pupil
subsequent vocational career.

sive educators is

humanize education,

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The "Black Btt
Sweater is New
$3.50
A "Black Bottom" is a smart slip-over
sweater of fine wool and rayon yarn in'
fancy stitch-in creamy white with cuffs

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May be included in your menu here or may be enjoyed at
your own house dinners if you call us and order. Try our
home bakin for your next special dinner.
COOPER'S KITCHENETTE
State Street (Over Derrill Pratt's)

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There is real encouragement when we
find that most of our patrons
are long-tume customers

THE steel industry demands and is
using Otis Furnace and Bell Hoists
for their modern blast furnaces.
These may be in continuous opera-
tion night and day for periods of
from three to seven. years, depend-
ing upon business and life of furnace
lining. Hence the Otis Hoist and
Otis automatic controlling mech-
anism must be extremely reliable
and constructed to withstand the
severe strains and wear imposed by
years of continuous service.
One of the most important fea-
tures in connection with furnace
hoists is the question of continuous
operation. The machines must be
entirely dependable, so that there
will be no shutting down for re-
pairs, as it is a very expensive matter
to shut down a'complete blast fur-
nace, which would be necessary if
the hoist were out of service.
The filling of the furnace itself is
done by one man, all operations
being so interlocked that the opera-
tors cannot deviate from the pre-
scribed schedule. The furnace is
filled by means of skips operated by
Otis automatic electric hoisting
machines. The materials used are
ore, coke and limestone, each load
of.a kind being dumped into the
skip from a car carrying material
from the bins.
'As the skip reaches the top of
the furnace, it automatically de-
livers the material onto the upper

The excellence of
is not a mere by

Varsity service
r-word, but pro-

yen by the continued growth
.. of our clientele

PHONE 4219

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BLAST FURNACE WITH HOIST
Central Alloy Steel Corporation, Massillon, Ohio
valve or small bell of the furnace.
As the skip starts down, an auto-
matic device starts the small bell
operating mechanism, allowing the
small one to open and deposit the
material on the lower valve or large
bell. After a number of predeter-
mined loads of the various mate-
rials have been deposited on the
large bell, the automatic device
starts this into motion, allowing
the full load to slide off the bell
into the furnace.

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