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SCHOL hUSINE SS AMERICAN ENVOY
HEAR ATE[S LEICTIUR

THE MICGANDAILYl

PRESENTS

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PAPERS

commmirTEI: OF STrATE
HAS HAD WIDE CONTACTS
u1d ti rillel And Augnents iem-
Cou arse o ffered In )eplniit
:next Seiwester
F. A. Newton, a member of the
Michigan Commiittee on Public Utility
Informat ion and rate exp~ert for Rod-
enpyl-Ilardy and Company, will :;peak
to' the st udents of the School of Busi-
ness Administration at 4 o'clock
Thursday aft ernjoon,,Tan: 5 in room
206 Tappan hal. Bidugoing Mr. Nw-
ton to Ann Arbor is in line with the
p~olicy of the school which aims to
bring to the students men of promin-
ence in their particular fields, and is
also in recognition of the growing in-
terest, in the p7ublic utility fiell as
place for collage trained mien, ,leeordl-
ing to officials.
Is a Naanag'eaieiit Conclerni.
H odlenpyl-liardy and Company, wxith
which Mr. Newton is connected, is a
management corp~oration sup~ervising
utility prop~erties ini Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, and Tennessee, and
fqr the past several years Mr. New-
tonl has been considering the rate
problems of the following 'operating
companies : Southern Michigan Might
and Polder Co., ('onsumers ,Power Co.,
The Northern Ohio Power and Light
Co., Ohio Edison Co., Southern Indi-
ana (Gas and Ele'ctrice Co, 'Illinois
Power Co., Central Illinois Power and
Light Co., Illinois Electric Power Co.,
.Tennessee Elcettic Power Co., and the
Nashville Railway andl Light Co. The
aggregate value .epresented by these
properties ais over $400,000,000 while ( hInulgos annso h
combined properties are in excess of
$ 70,000,000.it
To speak on thies.
The subject of Mr. Newton's talk
will be "Rate Making as a Manage-
an n r b e , n n w i h h Sfitted to speak because of his prac-'
tical experience, and his apfearanceI
at this time is particularly pertinentII
rill light of the fact that the School ofi
Business Administration is going to
oifer a course in "Public Utility Man-
agement" beginning the second seines-
Ster of this year. While at first this
will be but a one semester cour sec, 'it
will undoubtedly be extended as in-
terest in the subject demands, and for
the time being the class will be open
to second sem ester students in the
!first year of their business school
training or to seniors in] thjcol
IN AUTOACCDT
Thomas (. McDaniel, '31 o Tulsa,
Okla., was killed in an auto accidlent
last Thursday night while spending.
Christmas vacation at home.
McDaniel accompanied by Enlie
Hlarringtoni, a Tulsa high school grad-
uate of last Juno, and Roblert Adams,
a Tulsa high school senior were driv-I
ing in a coupe to a fraternity dance
being held at one of the country
clubs. The car skidded while round-
ing a curve and hit al filling station.
McDaniel and Miss Harrington were'
dead and Adams was unconscious
when the car was reached by the serv-
ice station attendant who living: near
by heard the crash while prepang~4
for bed. At 'last reports Adams
though badly injlured wa3a expected
to live.
WINNIPEG, Mau.-1\lanitoba's 1023
Rhodes scholar will be Davin Turn-
bull, 20 years old, University of Man-
itoba. lHe was chosen from among
four applicants for the honor.
Detroit Theaters

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SLU-SSERAND LOCUM'
RECIV ART AWA.RDS
Mic i'ian Entries Awarded Prizes In
EX11ibit Sponsored By D~etroit
Scarahi'}s ClubI
WINS SCULPTURE PRIZE
Two cutrvies-fro m the LUnivr~ sity of
-Michiga n at the exhibit of the Scarab
club, a state artists' association, at
the Detroit Institution of Art last
week received first awards in a large
field of competition.

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Annual Jz
Coats

inuary Clearance of

and

Dresses

r a k= v , 4 l prize for the best water color wasj
z v: awardled to Jean Paiul Slusser for hisI
painting ''People's Houses.'' The
'' >Y r' ;{ } (Hellbig sculpture prize was awarded
' iM ;1, 1ti tp { to Victor V. Slocum for a portrait
. munst.
! S t Zt g Ja P~aul Siusser, who is professor
of (liawing and painting in the Col-
leg of Architecture, receivedi his 1
i _-- ! canry training at the U.niversity of
} l*Iichigan and later spent much time
Nfi i~ncm .uai ctti~ p~it~ mfsalP t 'b ii abroad in study. He is well known in
picttmr, d iarillthoCy in oijo the presidental masonH-avana, has; the art world as a water color painter,
prese'ntedi his cr edletiiel, and has taken uprl his residenc in the Cuban capitol.l having exhibited in New York, Chri-
'TEhe anr ailo'rr is the iiet ~;id fiown the le'ft. Others included in the group cag o, and other large cities. He is
aboverMtdigtrai left- to right, are: secretary of state, Martinez Odtiz,
r ecognized as a brilliant technician
1 Presidlent("Oral do Macilado, andl ice-President. te kIa Rosa,ancorit
1and colorist

Every garment in this sale is from
it represents the highest standard
ultimate in fine workmanship-at
it is a value of the 1first importance.
first will enjoy the privilege of first
wait.

ie regular Jacobson stocks-
of fashion-it represents the
this January Clearance price,
Ofcourse, those who come
selection. Act today--don't

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F~ive f~romn Fac uity ITAYLOR AND DAY
Attend Conference' CHOSEN TO OFFICE
-- -- At the recent meeting of various
Five members of the facultyv of the learned societies in *Washington dlur-
School of Business Admziistration re- iug the Christmas holidays two mem-I
turned last: week fom meetings, hers of the Michigan faculty werej
which wer~e he'ld in Washington, D.C., eetdtoofce
by several national associations allied Prof. Fred M. Taylor of the Ulniver-
'ith the fie'ld of business administra-11ic>on mnc

Mir. Sloum, who is now in hisj
second year as instructor in modeling
in the College of Architecture, studied
at the Boston :Museum and Philadel-
phia M\useum art schools, working
under leading American scuiptuors.
'ils work in seulptoring is marked by
diep sinecerity, according to critics.

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tion.
Prof. Clare E. Griffin, acting-dean
of the School of Business Administra-
tion, presided over the meeting. of
the marketing section of the American.
Economics association in his capacaty
as chairman of that organization.
Prof. Ernest M. Fisher took part in
the discussions of the Land Economics
association. Prof. Earl S. Wolaverj
mete with the teachers of business
law. Prof. Carl M. Schmalz led dis-]
eussions in the prolblemis of bureaus
of business research.
Prof. Olin W. i-3ackette delivered a!.
paper on "The Place of Statistics in i
Business Training" before a meeting]1
of the American Statistical society. 1

ed as p~resident of the American E1con-
oinic association for 19)2S and Edmund
E. IDay, dean of the School of Business
Administration, who this :,ear retired
as president of time American Statisti-
cal association, was reelected as a
member ot the executive committee of
the society:
Prof. I. L. Sharfman and Prof. John
V. Van Sickle of the economies de-
partment readl papers before the
American Economics association. Pio-
fessor Sharfman also spoke before the
American Association for Labor Leg-
islation, amnd Dean Day delivered the
presidential address before the statis-
tical association.I

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the Regal representative to
show you the $6.60 Regal
Reproduction of London's
Leading Shoe Stylc selling
on Regent Street at 75 shil-
liugs ($18.25).
An English Oxford made
from Genuine Martin's Im-
ported Scotch Grain, Full
Leather Lined, ,$6.60.
$6 60
Camputs Representative
SidneyK. Meyer
Dial 9327

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A group of 60 wool dresses-jerseys,
wool crepes, and twills in navies, com-
binations, reds, greys, biege and lighter
shades. All sizes.
SilkDresses
Silks in late Fall and Winter shades.
Crepe de Chines, Satin 'Crepes, Geor-
gettes and Taffetas in many shades. All
sizes.
A group of our better wool dresses
offered at $14.75.

:'his xroup includes many of our finer
sik resses for street, afternoon and
ev-ening weVar. Silks and Velvets in dis-
tilcti-.e jacouson patterns. All sizes and
colors.'
Choice resses
A wonderful collection of our better
grade dresses-all shades and combina-
tioncls for street, afternoon and evening
wecar. Al! sizes and styles.

C RNA
the pioneer portable
Nearly a million in use
17 N ivl~efs Arade, L'hon it t6x,
Anti oed e If,:L.C. Sith & "Corona Tvpewxriters, Inc.; also
I erning tit andi Underwood portables.
Re : ug nd repairing of all mn, kcs a ~specialt.

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Goats

at Mreosai*g

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Coats at
Richly furred coats-unusual values at
this price. Variety of colors and ma-
terials for travel, dress and sport wear.
One of a style.. All sizes.
Coats-luxuriously furred and finely
tailored. Individually styled and superb
in quality. Twills, Velours, Tweeds and
Broadcloths. All sizes.

This group includes many of our fine
patterns trimmed with Badger, Lynx,
Fox and Mink. All sizes in a variety, of
materials and colors.
Coats at
Many of our finest Coats go at this spe-
cial ar ice. Amazing values-richly
trimmed with the finest of furs and of
superior workmanship. Complete range
of sizes for womnen and misses.

All F"ur Coats* Are

Reduced
$69.5°

10%

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W.- 11

Wcodwi~rd, at Eliot
PLAYHOUSE
L'o. 3 at. T urs, St.,,4tc, 75C.
y iils, 7"c to $l.iIW
seo-nd d 4 Last Week
Miss oiistcle plays,-
".T1E 1 SEIAVS HIGHI"
Shiubert
LAFAYETTE DETROIT
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Pony Coats in blacks and browns. Skin-
ners satin lined.- Ideal for the college
girl. M~isses' sizes.
$0
In this group at this special prcie are
Muskrat Coats, Garey Krimmer Coats,
Wallaby Coats and Caraculs. All sizes

Beautiful South e.n Muskrat Coats that
represent the biggest values that we have
ever offered. Both Golden and Silver
shades. All sizes.
.0

Drastic reductions feature
Hudson Seal Coats, Alaska
Toupe Muskrat-beaver tr
Mink .Muskrat-beaver trig

this group.
LSeal Coats,
immned and
rmmed- sne-

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