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CER 27, 1927.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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PRES METING PLAN
KEARINOI COPtLETION
Jonrnliits To Convene Here Oct. 21,
~~ 22 andl 23; Ediltors, JPublislhers '
1Fi'omi State to Attend,
CONSERVATION IS TOPIC
Plans for the University- of Michigan
Press Club convention to be held here
this year, Oct. 20, 21 and 22, are going
forward rapidly, Prof. John L. Brumm,
' of the journalism department said
yesterday. The feature session of this
year's convention will be the conser-
tion discussion arranged for Friday
afternoon, Oct..21.
The convei Jon is an annual affair
held in Ann Arbor, and the Press club
is composed of editors and publishers
throughout the state with journalism
,students in the 'University as associate
members.
The discussion of conservation-prob-
lems will be led' by Leigh J. Young,
director of the state conservation O.e-

Merchandising Club.
To Resume Meeting
With Store Officers

WINNER IN NA TIONAL AIR RACE

Directory To Appear
Before -October 1

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The Bureau of Business Research of
the School of Business Administration
resumes its monthly department store
meetings today when 15 department
store executives, from ten different
cities comprishig research group A,
assemble at the Michigan Union. for
an all-day session.
These meetings, which are a part of.
the program of the School of Business
Administration for maintaining a close
contact between the faculty and busi-
ness men, are attended by representa-
tives of various non-competing stores,
one from each town. Here they study
the various problems of store manage-
ment, using the data which each store
compiles about its own business.
The meetings are held once a month
throughout the winter, alternating be-
tween Ann Arbor and one of the uuem-
ber stores, the next meeting to be held
in Lansing, Mich., late in October. The
'following towns are to be represented
at the meeting tddy,: Toledp, Ohio,
Oshkosh, Wis., South Bend, Ind., Ham-
mond, Ind., Evanston, Ill. and Jackson,
Battle Creek, Port Huron, Lansing,
and Flint Mich.
NEW HIGH SCHQOL
EXAMINER CHOSEN

Institution of new methods of com-
piling material for this year's Student
Dirctory will make it possible to go
the book out by Oct. 15, it was an-
nounced recently by Bryan Hunt, '28
managing editor of the 'Ensian. The
staff of that publication are prepr:"
the directory.
Shifts of the staff working for two
hours each instead of .
ods will not only shore
quired for the preparation t
make the work more comph'tP
curate than in the past. The tc-n a;
date set for the first. ay of
two weeks earlier thlnp h
pEared last year.
i11re complete thant: a a
tWfof fLS ;.'C1l-:111(! !'31,1
will be bound in light blue wit:: 1 'ck
printing and will sell for $u..

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STUDENTS OBTA I
CARDS AT UNION
More than 4,000 have already regis-
tered at the Union for their member-
ships. It is necessary for all students
to obtain their membership cards in
prder to have swimming and other
Privileges of the Union. The registra-
tion Will continue all this week at thej
kstudent offices on the third floor.

Portraits of
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partment, and a former professor of
forestry in the University. Norman
Hill, of the SaXilte Ste.j Marie News,
and Harry Whitely, editor of the
Dowagic News, both members of the
conservation commission, will explain
the responsibility of the newspapers
in this respect..
Conservation of. health, another
phase of the problem, will be dis-
cussed by some member of the medical
faculty and the conservation of educa-
tion will be the subject of some mem-
bers of the department. Dr. W. A.
Stalker, of the Methodist church, will
speak on the conservation of religion.
Other speakers and their subjects
are: Prof. Robert M. Wenley, head of
the philosophy department, "Personal
Impressions of Post War England";
Prof. Roy W. Sellars, of the philoso-
phy department, "Ethical, Problems";
Prof. Thomas E. Rankin, of the
rhetoric department, "Newspaper Eng-
lish." President Clarence Cool Little
will be the main speaker at the Presi-
dent's dinner on Thursday night, Oct.
21.
Spanish Commercial
Treaty Is Proposed
WASHINGTON. Sept. 26.-While the
State department was still without
word from Paris today as to when
the next Frenchr ommunication in the
tariff and commercial treaty discus-'
sion is to be expected, it was learned
that the Spanish government last July,
in accepting proposals for negotia-
tion of a most-favored-natibn commer-
cial treaty had indicated that a special
commission to conduct the negotia-
tions would be seht to Washington at
a date yet to be fixed.
In absence from Washington of the
Spanish ambassador, State department
officials do not expect immediate
developments in connection with
treaty negotiations with' Spain.
The ambassador is expected to Ve-
turn about the end of October and as
in all likelihood he' will be named by
his .government as head of the delega-
tion, the conversations will not open,
before November at the earliest.
PROFESSOR LEVI
PUBLISHES BOOK

"Speed" Holman, St. Paul, Minn., pilot, left, has been named winner of
class "A" division of the transcontinental air derby, New York to Spokane.
He came in first at Spokane, carrying Thomas D. Lane, right, as a
passenger.

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A. H. Clevenger has recently been
appointed as a high school inspector
for the University of 1ichigan. yIr.
Clevenger has been serving as super-.
intendent of schools at Wakefisld,
Mich., during 'the pa st six years,. The~
Wakefield school system is one of the
largest and most progressive township
systems in Mlichigan. Prior to his ap-
pointment at Wakefield, Mr. Clevenger
was one of the assistant inspectors of
high schools at the University of Illi-
nois.
Mr. "Clevenger has a master's degree
from Columbia, and., is expected to
complete his work for a doctorate at
the University of Chicago within a
short time. He will devote his entire
time to the inspection of high schools
under the general direction of Dr. J. B-
Edmonson, who was made director of
the division of University Inspection
of High Schools at a recent neeting of
the Board of Regents,

"Caine the Dawn-"
The Motion Picture
is the thing-they're
not just "movies"
an y more. And
"CHANG" is enter.
tainment w i t h o u t
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Double Feature and Stage
4 I-DFORMIjANVES DAILY
Prase from Everywnhere!

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"CHANG' uniutc y e' f In the ategory of
great pictures, U only i? the hick you get from it.
I10l may nTt -e a I esi ari, but it certainly is of
enitert:iimumient. nO hi3g in t]he cimemna line to date
c:an bwu this tilim for iinf, suai'ned interest and
tit i' ilig i1't iRO h-' , aporoach it for sur-
; rise. li '3i?' a'e an old picture min and think y i
1' nOW Wbali the i eovis c'anI do, go see "CH ANG." Go

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UNION TRYOUTS

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$econd semester. freshmen or
sophomores interested in activi-
ties at the Union are asked to see
William V. Jeffries, '31L, at the
student offices from 3 to 5
o'clock any day this week.

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Professor Emeritus Moritz Levi, of
the French department, recently an-
nounced his publication of the comedy,
"Le Voyage do 'A. Perrichon," by La-
biche.
Another book upon which Prof. Levi
is now workig. correcting the last
proofs, will lbe published in about two
months, called "Reading, Writing and
Speaking French,"I

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Arrangement by'
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NOW SHOWING
Carl Laemmle Presents
REGINALD DENNEY
"OUT ALL NIGHT"
with MARIAN NIXON
A William A. Seiter Production

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IT'S strenuous business
for the athlete to keep up
with his work and at the
same time get the sleep .
the coaches demand.-
Many have discovered a
way to do it. They use a
Remington Portable for
all their writing. It helps
them get better marks
because of the neatne~s
and legibility of the type-

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smallest, lightest, most
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He Had a Lot
to Learn
about back-stage life when he fell in love with the
beautiful star of the musical show. He wooed her
and won her in one wild night-but one hundred
thousand. dollars said he couldn't admit 'they were
married. Pretty hard on a honeymooning couple-
but a riot of fun for you!
ON THE STAGE-
TWO KEITH FEATURES
PRINCE WONG
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DEMPSEY-TUNNEY
FIGHT
Crowd, Stadium and
Dignitaries.
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