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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY m wEDNESDA

nrEinii UENST Vincent Nitti Views ACOLYTES HEAR -
ii~~r I ~American NoveltiesSELR SPA
I t10U3 (Continued ~from Page Onue) "The basis of ieligion is man'sn I-:
________ depend for its entire appeal upon at-i to adjuist himself- to theuii
weny Fromt Other L~ands W17ill'Visit tacking Mussolini, he said, but is comn- sail Prof. R. W. Sellairs, of the phtil-
tainug' Cities And] institutions l posed of' international news articles, osop.hy dlepartmelnt in reading sev ,-:i
During Spring Recess cartoons an1d financial news as well chapters from a book on which hlir-
_______as two articles; on the general sit-1 working at present, b~efore the Acol-
li~tMAKETRI IN US ation in, Italy. "We believe that i
VILL AKE RIP I BUSis doinga necessary service for the l ytes Monday night, "Religion is Ib(-
inprviusyers theanpole of Italy," Dr. Nitti said, "orI coming socialized again," he continue..
As inpreiu ~s n we would not spend the tune and i "Emphasis is no longer being placetl
ip throughout the state for. foreign! money in publishing it that we do. on other-world'iness. religion of 't1,:
udents will be~ held during spring( It is perhaps the sole neansn the future 'must face reality.",
cation, according to Carlton Wells,,rg average Italian has of obtaining
th htrcdpatet h snews of. the outside .w6rld and of __________________
thIhtrcdprmnwo learning what is harujeninig in Italy,"

35ARCADE

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SUPI'JES
for all 1' ines of
T 'YPF WI ITI t S
Rapid turnover, frpEsh stovli 111sures
best quality at a moderate rie
17 Nickels; Arcade. l~one 66i15.

COLLEGE MEN AND WOMIEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than, ever.
C 703 Packard St.

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La- Performances To+day !I

he faculty manager of thie trip. the
our is arranged for a group of about
0 men students from other lands,j
nd this year it will last from Aprill
1to April 13.
Of the 20 students to be taken on
,he trip, half have already signed up
o go. This number includes students
Tom Hawaii, China, Philippines, Eng-I
and, Palestine~, and Russia.
~Amon- the cities on the itinerary
,his year are Battle Creek, Kalama-
00o, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Jack-
on. During the week the group will
isit numerous major industrial plants:
several educational institutions,, mu-
icipal wyorks, in addition to the state
,apitol building at Lansing, and the
;tate prison at Jackson. Members of
he tour will be entertained by chain-
ers of' commerce in the various cit-
es visited, and will be received in,
kmericTan homes for overnight ar-I
"angeknents.
The trip this year, it is stated by
qr. Wells, will be more profitable and
ejoyable than in past years, due to
,e fact that a private motor bus
as been chartere~d for the whole trip,{
,hich will not only add to the corn-
°ort anid speed of traveling, but will
nsure that the party will be togeth4
r when going from~ city to city. To-
;al expenses for the four and one-hal
lays of the tour will not be moreE
;ban $12, Mr. Wells declares, allow-
'g $2 for incidentals above the neces-
ary expenises.
The tour, according to Mr. Wtells,I
fters a unique opportunity to foreign
tudents who wislh 'to see" Americanf
ndustries, Am~erican~ cities, and
Amercan scho~ols. In addition, hie
;ays, it is' an opportunity for those
tudents who desire Ato meet repre-.
entative Americans in the hospitals.-
Y of Amercan homes.
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Dr. Nitti speaks English with a.
slight Italian accent, although lie is
easily understood. "It is by far the1
hardest language in the, world Ito
learn," he said. "I. started when °I
was 22." Stranigely eno'ugh, Dr. ?'itti
said, he leairned to speak French be-
fore Italian. ']his was the result of
heis having a French nurcie when he;
lWas a boy.
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CASS T HEAT RE
ReI' nuing Sunday,. MarchlIS1
Prices-\ ig'hts, $1 to $3. Wed.
Mat., 40c to $1.50. Salt. Matt'
0C to $2.00. (Plug Tatx)
Gilbert Miller Tresents
1,OJA31.0)QK BLI-N
Special Returli Engagement
"THE fPLAYI$ THE THING"

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finger ti's will tingle! She luhas a
nuiw Loy frienld who 'leairns li1,ing
frc;n (tlara. He's red-heaided, .to'o!

Woodward,, at Eliot
1 ~ilON STEt LE
PLAYR~OUSE
1 NIGHITS, 5c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Biegining llay, .Mzurch19
A Glimpse Into the Life of Al-
jilost Any Amnericaln Family
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GARRI CK
Jieginnig Sunday, MarchA 18
a Jed. ilaris' World-Famious
JDraina of tie' Cabarets
BROADWAY
N~1ights, 50e to $2.50; .;atturday
)Latiuiee, 50C to <$2I

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SCOWLINIPARIS
All, Expenses Including round
trip steamship fare for Two
Months
$750
Directed by Home.r A. Des. frals
Arranged by M-Traviel Club,
Grand Rapqids, -Michigan.

Sbbeitt-Lafayette
Beginninig Sunday, 1ifarch+,IS
"ricer : 1igbts, use to $2.50; Sait.
ffat. i50c to$i; Popular Thurs.'
day Maut., i'% to $1.50
2 GIRLS' WANTED
A Comedy of Youth, RiinanCe
And ThrIlls

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R. L. Jewett 'says'
"'In 1915 I was grad uated from St.7
Lawrence University. At that time,
like many other college seniors, I
had no definite idea of the kind
of wvork I would follow, After
making two false starts which offer-
ed a but little promise for the future,
I was told of the S. S. Kresge Comm-
pany's system of promotion. I was
convfinced that this work was in-
teresting and offered a real future,
to I applied and started in the
stock room of the Providence store.
Here,!I found myself working with~
m~en of my own age, splendid asso-
ciates who were all enthusiastically
working for advancement and se-
curig promotion rapidly. After
my period of training I was put
in charge of a small store and sine
then I have been promtnoead to
larger stores.
With the company expanding as
r'apidly as it is today, I believe that
the opportunities it now affords
are the best in its history.. There
is still ample opportunity for my
future advancement, which of
of course will depend on my owen
effort and ability.,,

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K RESGE, ;Store Managerships' are positions of trust and re-
sponsibility-dignified positions that carry incomes far above
the average. Wherever there is a Kresge :Store the Manager of
that store is looked upon as an outstanding exarnp~e of a success-
ful business man--and yet he 'is usually a young man, perhaps
just a few years out of college.
We now have a few opportunities'open for college men to train
for positions of this kind. The men we choose will be men of
ambition and foresight-those who are willing to stalrt in a modest
way-work hard and put in long hours. To men of this caliber the
Kresge Company offers a future limited only by their own, ability,
If you think you can qualify, write to our Personnel Department
today. A graduate of your own college who has already become
a successful store manager with us will arrange a meeting with, you
and tell you all about our training plan.
PERSONNEL DEPT. 5

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