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January 06, 1928 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-01-06

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HOW L EPLOYEEDANA SPEAKS AT 'Prof. Ford Uses Psychology To Discover
HOSPIAL EMLOYEE___ fficient Employees For Detroit Firm
Iiirn IN ACPIDI[LT Dean Samuel T Dana of the- -_ for 4COnonsica 7ranspotticn
INSchool of Forestry and Conservation Prof. Adelbert Ford of the pysychol- After all the facts havd been cor-r
___ left yesterday for Lansing where he o.gy department, who is interested in relatedl several eficiency tests are_
jured When Car Skils clubs of the lower peninsula who1 with the employment department of (determine the man's knowledge of the
Off Bridlge. were called in convention in that the Detroit Edison company to put theory of machinery coupled with a
city. lHe discussed forestry problems their work on a scientific basis, practical operation examination. Re-
W\iliamn Watson, 18, an employeean pone ouho thfoety iswrlescelyndeem- ports by foremnen, and accounts of
of the Universty hospital- was killed, qaiiain
and two comnpanions, Hiram O'Toole school could be of assistance to the ing by various tests, the quaifcaiosacientsy anequrrorns.cmlt h
clb ebes D A D.Hndr of the various employees, and then efcec eurmns
and redSimns f An Aror ereclu meber. I~'. . . Hndeson using the data as a scale for hiring
andouiy F~ red Cha fAn ristma we e e director of t1ho extension department, new help. At present he< is working...................
aloattended the meting, s peakingI with the substation men. ., -
the touring car in which they as were on the work of the extension depart-' The tests that are used are of two {. Detroit Theaters
driving east on Broadway skidded on (met.Itypes, the first, a personal examin--__ -
the bridge over the Michigan Central The Kiwanis of the state have for ion, and the second, a test for eff- 0--0
tracks and crashed dlown an unpro- some time been planning to establish ciency. The former consists of an in- -
teted embankment on the left into a Kiwanis forest. H-. R. Flack, a grad- tlligence test to determine the men- G S S VHE TR
uate of the University forestry school tailty of the man, his education, max- -
the gas plant. and Louis Reimann of Ann Arbor, a immtietath ore n i Mat nrday, $1f1© to 2.;x0.-1.
Watson fell beneath the car as it former star of the football field, are previous jobs, and his marital ;status. = Nfghts, 9+1 tr.+ $:L
rolled down the embankments, and primarily interested in the project. S ~CIIWARl & iAI)E11 uPreset
died soon afterward. O'Toole and Black is at present the city forester "GOOf'® D E ~ f = -+
Simons were taken to St. Joseph's mental in preparing arrangements for -_ory lasr rehe
Mercy hospital in a critical condition. -=____ ABE LY MAIN (Himself) _
A fourth passenger in the car, TI'*a and Is Orchestra_
Raleigh O'Toole, received minor in- 1'YPEITV ZIER is JiavoriLe _________________
juries. Al 1EI'AI ING ____________________
The acident occurred in the same All mkes Of1 Ina-
manner as that in which "Butch" c 1 tns j (fr eqip.il jghuTobacoo2.5.=
Domhoff, 30, was fatally injured last Nights"ere 50comitooene,"Wxa
August. rThe father of the youth tels; n~esat.TereutSOt.1,126aLit; , SWe to $2.04)
killed Christmas eve is suing the city t'ieuly ears' arefl huildln4%'. Larus & Bro. Co. 1A61T WEEK
of Ann Arbor for damages on the 0. D.NI 0R R RicLmLnd Va.= FRANCIN E
ground that the embankment should 0'D Y A IDerSs: Z Q :
have been protected. Since the acc- 1Iikl Ac~e hoebb am a prodigal son. LARR\MOR
dent a double wire cable has been I began pipe-smoking with Edge- i-CIC G
stretched between posts along the worth. But after a while I began to ___________CHI____________
dangrous parts of the west approach wander, trying other tobaccos, experi -__________________
totebigmenting to see if there were any better -"_______
tote rdg.tobacco for the pipe. I Woodward at Eliot
1s SVEETLAND I have tried most of the best known I BOIN' ST i LE r
brands and a number of the more ob- I PLAYHOUSE t a
scure, both imported and domestic, pop. M~ats. 'rhitus., Sat., .)4), 75c.
The House of Quality but they didn't suit. NgtTet 15
i So now I have returned-I am using
IEdgeworth again, satisfied that no Second and 1Last Week
better tobacco is made. Mliss Bontelle playsl
For deliious tosted fhAnd the prodigal son partook of "~'GOEhNS11W
- For ~~~ sadicheus tatd when I retur;Ined to Edgeworth. wpp TEGOEHtG IH
sadihsad; With many thanks for my cool, mel--
BESTI BOARD low, eweet smokes, I am, Slinbert
waffles.21 Very truly yours, LAFAYETTE DETROIT s

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Excellent Coffee
Corner Slate and
Wacish ington

The Talk~ of The Town
212 South Main

E dgeworth
Extra High Grade
Smoking Tobacco

Pop. Thurs. ,lict. iSOc- to $1.,10.
Sat. Mat., i~c to $2.00.
Nighits, ,)4c to $2.50



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Daring- --A characterization you havenvrse i obfr

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w far can a 'man
regard a woman's
Gilbert plays a reporter
falls in love with a beauti-
irl. He forgives her past,
vhen the other man comes
passion sweeps him
Ord the brink of disaster.
utterly moving, powerful
John Gilbert's answer to
who said: "He can't
eanother 'Flesh and the

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