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TION t t:: ° sccess you have just as good 1work and ir efficiently serving othi- DEAN DAY WILL ATTEND NBAK.A bl oipoii N IGcacsfrporsices f I rteeyetbihn euain ®F OIT e tdnsi h
VOCATIO hF BAN INGi ad icrese1f;L er gterey stalisingarrstttyearCNFstNudOFSnCts
nancal rturn andadvacemet inas aman of character and ability, and tt nvriyadaInra col
i~r~iecr P~flhI~position, as in many other profe-lyou are able better than anyone else!psedb
- B M E sions and businesses. Good salesmen to determine this ot of your awno n D a Edmund R. Day o the School; senate and is now brfore the sifting
DISCUS I D renot plentiful, and they are always 'consciousness. In your first attempt, of Business Admlinislr :iioni is leavingi committee of the house.
(ContinuEl from Page One) Generally speaking,th selection ofn aeutyu it ing othewAmerican Associal ion of oei o~ oltlvda rbef'o rdct te eut
ttehog oopevlnttrhongmnro ttoosani yvolaupole.ngorsl t tera ifeet ors oleia u7ie. chos hchi
aohrjThat'is, it is mostly up to you. Others and you will then have abletter un- to beDealtdatHarxrd Ma Prtaande
to ry irs oe tingandthn aothr cannot hell) you, very much. You must' dersiandling of you rself and have a i ea ~y is to preside over a confer- oo a Pral
in the hope that they Will ultimatelyI think it out largely for yourself. Tbis; more philosophic outlook on- life ence ol the problems of the bureaus of at Rider's Pen Shop
find a vocation in whiichthe advance- is for the reason that success consists Many times adversity is not wyhat it business researh on Saturday. HeEayferiP
mnet is rapid andl the rewards 'large.!largel in being contented in your seems io be. also is to discuss f~ture lans of thie Ti satuhwiheprec ei'ascai
onstrates and which- comes home to =-
men in later years..
Now as to specific application of
tesbetgvnmbyteeioWe Put Up Lunches s Exclusive Programs A lva !
tieprofessions ivetef adTa e 'in C~as reatest Accompllishents Appear Rgularly at eig erlnakn oT h aitesf t a e Ou l tr 'cld ; h crd arets ~r
thn1 ncomnh. s ate1f iAithrs and Dir etors.
fact they are quite distinct voca-_____________ ____ _______ ____
tobn. B anking consists of the hand-!I nHOis f Quality Foc
ling of the moneys of others entrust-'u - y ~ -'~I
ed to the bank by its depositors by And Now
hlaing it to individuals and corpora-a
tions, wherecas investment banking is
the buying and selling of investment L E UT
secrities-stocks and bonds. This is
1 Slp Ovrof these two professions. As in every-
thing else, there are opportunities in _______________________________________
them andl there always will be for
young men, with promise of ample re- l____________________________________________!
wards. In the future. Likewise, as in o-w °-"- r
everything else, progress in the main;I
Islow, but thirearChance icp i i±igS ~ ~ 'ih rt L fy te~ o.1reS tarts
part in this progress, butChance (des MiMat S ch bet L fa ete Ngts10
not lie in wait to pounce upon those T oday ;u t X.0
who do nothing but wait for it to
'Phmeeis really not very' much to 1tajt lSh~y S.Opposite Postofftie Ca dlilize 875)A E I.K OC KOU"T TO GLOO
be said about the financial profes- ;"FIRST TI1E IN DTOITI AT POP I'AR PRICES
sion whch cannot be said about all 1
others. It is an honorable business.!
In its lower ranks its returns are
small, and the higher posit ions -in j I.Smre ru;tz'
the wav of financial rewards rankW.omrt agm'
poiatl lwadmdcn, virile stry done Into I
apprximaely ithlaw nd mdicie.ramnatic form by Joany
It has its oportunities for service to!- Coltow and Centencee)
others, andst resents sime ,'emp- Raiido-lIp"it
ation to serve the God of Mammon'
at the expense, of its clients. It is no '
(ifferent in this latter, respect, how-
ever, than any of the ther profes- e
sons, and on the whole it is a clean RAPL~EY IIO1ArIE'S and F311A 1WILCOX, Guet Stars
andl wholesome work.' It' calls for a (ihtl rgnlcnz aeC~pJ3
thorough study of all sorts of bus-f(itthOrgnlJaeI er Crlsny
iness andi economic question s. The
college manl, if his courses of studyd
have been the proper ones, is Betterray TAE NATIONT1 AL PjLAAYER wit],
fitted to make a success of the in-
vestment business than others al- IhAZEL.1WLIIMW'JJIRE - HERBEIRI (.1 IRK
though, as in everything else, there
ie exceptions to this rule.I,
Aside from the executive positions, Sunday 3Matinees, Best Sats 5dc Tu,, and Sit. flats. !,it, 15e, 75
thle investment banking business 'isl
divided into buying and ,selling. It isC
in tlre selling end of it that most'
young men start. I often think that ___________ _____________________
in this, or in any business, salesmen
are born, not made. Selling calls for!'
peculiar qualifications which some!I
young raen do not and never will The Night r'
possess, and the sooner they find 'this i ARY
out the better for them. On the otheri Cl ub Classic BR A
hand, if you should undertake this ~I
profession and select the selling end;
of it, you should be ready to face . And Unusua C
failures and discouragements and give
yourself a thorough trial before decid - " H vT
ing that you are not fitted for it. "T lE QU t
You should select an investment (of' 1ed~~Ir-yF
house' which has a reputation in its I
community for honorable dealing. You pmke o he tii el(-j
cannot afford to be associated with . Eo hDn:>
any other. It does not make much te4lo
difference whether your employer does 66 9°f5
a large or a small business. If you
develop the qualities that make forra& WNmmL ;s
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CLEANING'
There. are only a few in the
Un ite'd States lke this high
grade work s, and none other!
near you. -
Oreta Rugs w.ashed 'L.arricKi-Now.
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Orginal colos are restored. Eves. 50c-$250
Pure Soaps - Rugs Repaiied 5c$3
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Ann Ar'bor Savings Bank Sat. Mat. 50c-$2.00OO
or your neighbor.
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